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


For Fiscal Year 1990 Through


Highlight


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This is the first Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) produced~ roi 6irrewly redesigned
central accounting system called STAR. One of its major advancements
is the creation of a central summary general ledger from which the MTS
and all other reports will be generated. The Financial Management Service has achieved
another significant milestone in its mission to improve the financial integrity of the U.S. Government.


RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH FEBRUARY 1990


500 Contents

B 400 Summary, page 2
I Receipts, page 6
L 300
OUTLAYS I Outlays, page 7
L
200---- Means of financing, page 20
I RECEIPTS
O Receipts/outlays by month, page 26
1001
N Federal trust funds/securities, page 28
S 0 ^ Receipts by source/outlays by
DEFICIT function, page 29
-100 Explanatory notes, page 30


Compiled and Published by the
Financial Management Service
Department of the Treasury


i) N -/X






Introduction


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

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

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


of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts, revolving and manage-
ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended
are treated as deductions from gross outlays; and interest on the public debt (public
Issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Major information sources include ac-
counting 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 State-
ment 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. Govern-
ment 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 1989 and 1990,
by Month
is millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus (-)


FY 1989
October ........................... 63,582 90.590 27,009
November ......................... 64,320 93,454 29,134
December ......................... 193,655 1105,097 11,442
January ........................... 89,306 86,500 -2,806
February ............. ............. 61,897 89,769 27,871
March ............................ 68,205 103,984 35,779
April ....................... .... 128,892 88,320 -40,572
May .............................. 71,025 96,491 25,466
June ............................. 108,249 100,460 -7,789
July .............................. 66,191 84,430 18,239
August ........................... 176,136 198,285 22,150
September ........................ 99,233 105,299 6,066

Year-to-Date ................... 990,691 '1,142,680 2151,988



FY 1990
October ........................... 68,426 94,428 26,002
November ......................... 71,213 100,958 29,746
December ......................... 89,130 103,903 14,774
January ........................... 199,538 '90,118 -9,420
February ........................ 65,170 101,588 36,417

Year-to-Date .................. 393,477 '490,995 397,518


'Includes a reclassification of $98 million for FY 1989 and $4 million for FY 1990 for Forest
Service, resource management timber receipts from a governmental to a proprietary receipt.
2The receipt outlay and deficit figures differ from the 1990 Budget released by the Office
of Management and Budget on January 9, 1990 by a net of $47 million due mainly to revisions
In data following the release of the Final September 1989 Monthly Treasury Statement.
includes a net adjustment of -$87 million in October, $787 million in November, $133 million
In December and $500 million In January made by the Tennessee Valley Authority previously
reported as expenditure transactions instead of nonexpenditure.


... No Transactions.
Note: All receipt and outlay figures have been revised to show a reclassification of customs
user fees from a governmental to a proprietary receipt.
Note: This month's statement has been realigned to the 1991 Budget reflecting new titles
and Postal Service as an off-budget entity.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.





Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]

Current Budget Prior Budget
This Fa Estimates Fiscal Year Estimates
ClassfMonth Y ar to Da Full Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
Year to ate Year (1989) Year (1991)'


Total on-budget and off-budget results:
Total receipts ................................. 65,170 393,477 1,073,451 372,761 1,170,232
On-budget receipts ......................... 44,133 289,540 788,017 270,839 855,691
Off-budget receipts ........................... 21,037 103,937 285,434 101,922 314,541
Total outlays ................................. 101,588 490,995 1,197,236 465,410 1,233,331
On-budget outlays ........................... 82,025 401,829 971,452 381,608 997,374
Off-budget outlays ........................... 19,563 89,166 225,784 83,802 235,957
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-).................... 36,417 -97,518 -123,785 -92,650 -63,099
On-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ............ -37,892 -112,289 -183,435 -110,769 -141,683
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ............ + 1,474 + 14,771 + 59,650 +18,119 + 78,584
Total on-budget and off-budget financing ........... 36,417 97,518 123,785 92,650 63,099
Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public ..................... 18,221 98,695 109,324 78,381 58,635
Reduction of operating cash, increase (-) ....... 25,462 21,384 10,973 19,572 .....
By other means ............................. -7,266 22,562 3,488 -5,303 4,464

'Based on the FY 1991 Budget released by the Office of Management and Budget on January 29, 1990.
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 1989 and 1990

$ billions
150

120 Outlays

90 -

60 -
Receipts
30 -

0

30

60 Deficit(- )/Surplus

90


Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug. Oct.
FY
90


Dec. Feb.


Oct.
FY
89




Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990

$ billions
140

120 Total Receipts

100 -

Social Securit Taxes
80 -

60

40 Income Taxes

20

0 :::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Other Taxes and Receits
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug.
FY
89






Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990

$ billions
120
Total Outlays
100


80 Social" Securit & e

60
Other Non Defense
40

20 ....n... ....................... .
:: : :: :... .. : .......... ........::::::.. ..............
In :::


Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug.
FY
89


Oct. Dec. Feb.
FY
90


Oct. Dec. Feb.
FY
90





Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods
[$ millions]


Budget Receipts
Individual income taxes ................. ...............
Corporation income taxes ............. ..............
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions (off-budget)............
Employment taxes and contributions (on-budget) ............
Unemployment Insurance ............................
Other retirement contributions ..................... ...
Excise taxes ................. ................... .
Estate and gift taxes .. ................ .............. .
Customs duties .................... .................
Miscellaneous receipts ...................................

Total Receipts ......................................

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

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

Budget Outlays
Legislative Branch ................. ...................
The Judiciary ............... ..........................
Executive Office of the President .. .......................
Funds Appropriated to the President ......................
Department of Agriculture .... .........................
Department of Commerce .. .............................
Department of Defense-Military ...........................
Department of Defense-Civil .................. .........
Department of Education .................................
Department of Energy ............ ......................
Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security ............... ................
Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security ....
Department of Housing and Urban Development .............
Department of the Interior ..............................
Department of Justice ................. ................
Department of Labor ...................... .............
Department of State ............... ................... .
Department of Transportation ...........................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt .................. ..........
Other ..........................................
Department of Veterans Affairs ............... ...........
Environmental Protection Agency .............................
General Services Administration ...... ...................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration...............
Office of Personnel Management ..........................
Small Business Administration ..........................
Other independent agencies .............................
Allowances, undistributed .............................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest ................ ................... ........
Other ................ ............................

Total Outlays .......................................

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

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

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

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

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


28,830
1,231

21,037
5,436
2,230
352
2,260
664
1,228
1,902


192,199
26,342

103,937
26,972
6,080
1,835
13,557
3,847
6,875
211,834


172,836
29,619

101,922
26,835
6,763
1,839
14,300
3,273
6,476
28,900


489,444
112,030

285,434
73,164
22,029
4,734
36,154
9,279
16,785
24,397


65,170 393,477 3372,761 1,073,451

44,133 289,540 270,839 788,017

21,037 103,937 101,922 285,434


160 846 857 2,317
177 684 569 1,701
8 59 56 174
846 4,758 57 9,162
3,297 219,600 224,694 48,246
195 1,204 1,186 3,861
24,157 116,781 119,122 286,791
2,050 10,227 9,647 24,751
2,116 10,506 9,665 22,316
893 5,180 5,111 12,290

15,538 75,248 66,745 191,174
20,507 99,044 91,552 244,587
1,586 8,413 8,144 22,802
353 2,567 2,270 5,832
519 2,796 2,403 6,898
2,188 9,538 8,466 24,935
360 1,729 1,581 3,777
2,027 11,923 11,015 28,281

17,315 111,727 100,493 254,850
443 -3,725 -3,323 -7,611
2,590 11,423 11,548 28,733
352 1,954 1,864 5,492
121 -485 -481 253
923 4,994 4,407 12,026
2,516 12,860 11,783 33,211
55 251 76 1,056
4,026 414,664 14,019 26,637


-843 -29,934 -24,123 -60,843
2,884 -13,838 -13,992 -36,462

101,588 4490,995 465,410 1,197,236

82,025 401,829 381,608 971,452

19,563 89,166 83,802 225,784

-36,417 -97,518 3-92,650 -123,785

-37,892 -112,289 -110,769 -183,435


+1,474


+14,771


+18,119


+59,650


'Based on the FY 1991 Budget released by the Office of Management and Budget on
January 29, 1990.
2Includes a reclassification of $98 million for FY 1989 and $4 million for FY 1990 for Forest
Service, resource management timber receipts from a governmental to a proprietary receipt.
3The receipt, outlay and deficit figures differ from the 1991 Budget released by the Office
of Management and Budget on January 9, 1990 by a net of $47 million due mainly to revisions
in data following the release of the Final September 1989 Monthly Treasury Statement.


4Includes a net adjustment of $87 million in October, $787 million in November, $133 million
in December and $500 million in January made by Tennessee Valley Authority previously reported
as expenditure transactions instead of nonexpenditure.
... No Transactions.





Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Clasification Gross Refunds Rc Gross Refunds Gross Refunds
Receipts (Deduct) Reces Receipts (Deduct) Recepts Receipts (Deduct) Rece


Individual Income taxes:
W withheld ........................... ............
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ..................
O their ................................... .. ......
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 Board ...........
Deposits by States ..............................
Total-FDI trust fund ..........................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ..........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ...........
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board ...........
Deposits by States .............................
Total- FHI trust fund ..........................
Railroad retirement 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 ................
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..........
Foreign service retirement and disability fund........
Other ................... ..................
Total-Federal employees retirement contributions..
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..........

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-Exclse taxes .............................

Estate and gift taxes ...............................
Customs duties ....................................
Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks .........
All other .. ....................................
Total-Miscellaneous receipts ....................

Total-Receipts ................................
Total-On-budget ...............................

Total-Off-budget ..............................


132.852
4
'960


169.657
5
31.209


150,563
4
29,755


33,816 4,986 28,830 200,871 8,671 192,199 180,322 7,486 172,836
2,678 1,447 1,231 33,345 7,003 26,342 35,831 6,212 29,619




117,898 ...... 17,898 92,359 ...... 92,359 90,844 ...... 90,844
11,102 ...... 1,102 2,097 ...... 2,097 2,167 ...... 2,167
(*) ...... (**) 2 ...... 2 -4 ...... -4
(" ) ...... (" ) (- ) ...... (I-) (--) ...... (V*)
19,000 ...... 19,000 94,459 ...... 94,459 93,006 ...... 93,006

11,931 ...... 1,931 9,276 ...... 9,276 8,708 ...... 8,708
1106 ...... 106 202 ...... 202 207 ...... 207

("*) .. (*" ) (";) .... ("*) ( VCV ) ....... V(*)
2,037 ...... 2,037 9,478 ...... 9,478 8,915 ...... 8,915

14,796 ...... 4,796 24,883 ...... 24,883 24,737 ...... 24,737
1292 ...... 292 554 ...... 554 572 ...... 572

(" ) ...... (" ) 1 ...... 1 1 ...... "
5,088 ...... 5,088 25,438 ...... 25,438 25,310 ...... 25,310

209 (**) 208 883 29 854 920 2 919
140 ...... 140 680 ...... 680 606 ...... 606

26,474 ('*) 26,473 130,937 29 130,908 128,758 2 128,756

1,397 ...... 1,397 4,625 ...... 4,625 5,113 ...... 5,113
810 6 804 1,332 37 1,295 1,578 30 1,548
2 ...... 2 103 ...... 103 95 ...... 95
27 ...... 27 56 ...... 56 7 ...... 7

2,236 6 2,230 6,116 37 6,080 6,792 30 6,763

342 ...... 342 1,775 ...... 1,775 1,780 ...... 1,780
3 ...... 3 13 ...... 13 12 ...... 12
(**) ...... (* ) 2 ...... 2 1 ...... 1
345 ...... 345 1,790 ...... 1,790 1,793 ...... 1,793

7 ...... 7 45 ...... 45 46 ...... 46

29,062 7 29,055 138,889 66 138,823 137,389 31 137,358


628 54 575 5,653 374 5,280 6,435 357 6,078
435 ...... 435 1,894 3 1,891 1,611 80 1,531
1,211 9 1,202 6,353 236 6,118 6,552 111 6,442
49 ...... 49 268 ...... 268 249 ...... 249
2,323 63 2,260 14,169 612 13,557 14,848 548 14,300
682 18 664 3,946 99 3,847 3,379 107 3,273
1,284 56 1,228 7,157 282 6,875 6,737 261 6,476

1,570 ...... 1,570 10,634 ...... 10,634 7,937 ...... 7,937
331 (*) 331 1,200 () 1,200 992 30 3962
1,901 (t) 1,902 11,834 (*) 11,834 8,930 30 8,900
71,746 6,576 65,170 410,211 16,734 393,477 387,436 14,676 3372,761
50,709 6,576 44,133 306,274 16,734 289,540 285,515 14,676 270,839
21,037 ...... 21,037 103,937 ...... 103,937 101,922 ...... 101,922


I In accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act as amended "Individual In-
come Taxes Withheld" has increased and "Federal Contributions Act Taxes" correspondingly
decreased by $2,261 million to correct estimates for the quarter ending March 31, 1989. "Individual
Income Taxes Other" has been decreased and Self Employment Contributions Act Taxes"
correspondingly increased by $287 million to correct estimates for calendar year 1987 and prior.
2 Includes amounts for windfall profits tax pursuant to P.L. 96-223.


3 includes a reclassification of $98 million from a governmental to a proprietary receipt.
... 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 1990 and Other Periods


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-Legsllative 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:
Guarantee reserve fund .........................
Foreign military financing .........................
Economic support fund ..........................
Military assistance ............... ...............
Peacekeeping operations ...........................
Other ........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................

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

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral assistance:
Contributions to the International Development
Association .................................
International Organizations and Programs .........
Other ............... ..... ..................

Total-Multilateral assistance .................

Agency for International Development:
Functional Development Assistance Program ........
Sub-Saharan Africa, Development Assistance........
Operating Expenses, Agency for
International Development .................. ..
Payment to Foreign Service Retirement and
Disability Fund .............. ... ............
Other ................... ................. ..
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total-Agency for International Development ....

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

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


(")
(")


1







(")


141
237
91
7
56
109

20
39
149
12
10

-10


(")
(")


3







11


141
223
81
7
55
166

-8
32
146
11
16

-9


(")
(")


3







1


161 1 160 861 15 846 861 4 857

1 ...... 1 7 ...... 7 7 ...... 7

172 ...... 172 646 ...... 646 536 ...... 536
3 ...... 3 30 ...... 30 26 ...... 26

177 ...... 177 684 ...... 684 569 ...... 569



2 ...... 2 12 ...... 12 13 ...... 13
3 ...... 3 18 ...... 18 19 ...... 19
4 ...... 4 29 ...... 29 24 ...... 24

8 ...... 8 59 ...... 59 56 ...... 56


7 2 5 245 252 -6 563 556 7
207 ...... 207 1,512 ...... 1,512 -2,853 ...... -2,853
140 ...... 140 2,173 ...... 2,173 2,279 ...... 2,279
14 ...... 14 164 ...... 164 270 ...... 270
2 ...... 2 7 ...... 7 17 ...... 17
3 ...... 3 16 ...... 16 12 ...... 12
...... 16 -16 ... 117 -117 ...... 1,145 -1,145

374 18 356 4,117 369 3,748 288 1,702 -1,413



.... .. ...... 457 ...... 457 397 ...... 397
4 ...... 4 124 ...... 124 125 ...... 125
30 ...... 30 152 ...... 152 232 ...... 232

34 ...... 34 733 ...... 733 754 ...... 754

108 ...... 108 570 ...... 570 487 ...... 487
39 ...... 39 137 ...... 137 44 ...... 44

29 ...... 29 173 ...... 173 33 ...... 33

...... .. ........... ..... 76 ..... 76
23 5 18 71 18 53 109 19 90
...... 51 -51 ...... 338 -338 ...... 303 -303

199 56 143 951 356 595 750 322 427

11 ...... 11 60 ...... 60 62 ...... 62
(") 29 -29 27 99 -72 5 56 -52
7 (") 7 27 1 26 27 2 25

251 85 166 1,799 456 1,343 1,598 381 1,218





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Funds Appropriated to the President-Continued
International Monetary Programs ...................
Military Sales Programs:
Foreign military sales trust fund ...................
Special Defense Acquisition Fund .................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Other ................. ................... ......

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Administration .......................
Agricultural Research Service ......................
Cooperative State Research Service...................
Extension Service ............ ..............
Foreign Agricultural Service........................
Foreign Assistance Programs ........................
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Conservation Program ..........................
Other ................................. ....
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs .................
National Wool Act Program .......................
Rural Electrification Administration ....................

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

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

Soil Conservation Service ............ .........
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.............
Agricultural Marketing Service .......................
Food Safety and Inspection Service ...................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program ..............................
State child nutrition payments ................. .. ..
Women, infants and children programs ...............
Other ................ .....................

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

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

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

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

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


59

722
18

12


59 -294


12
476


722
6
-476
12


3,477
75

31


-294 -232


121
3,501


3,477
-46
-3,501
31


3,452
98

20


-232


33
3,052


3,452
65
-3,052
20


1,436 591 846 9,205 4,447 4,758 5,224 5,167 57


13 ...... 13 68 ...... 68 39 ...... 39
47 ...... 47 248 ...... 248 240 ...... 240
35 ...... 35 152 ...... 152 128 ...... 128
36 ...... 36 150 ...... 150 160 ...... 160
8 ...... 8 39 ...... 39 35 ...... 35
-6 ...... -6 200 ...... 200 511 ...... 511

30 ...... 30 1,476 ...... 1,476 1,265 ...... 1,265
13 ...... 13 -19 ...... -19 -42 ...... -42
89 14 75 800 294 506 805 122 683

1,278 690 589 8,427 3,126 5,301 13,879 3,285 10,594
1 ...... 1 3 ...... 3 2 ...... 2
372 420 -48 1,686 1,772 -86 1,402 1,395 6



204 148 56 942 1,722 -780 975 1,680 -705
243 242 1 1,951 1,034 916 2,015 1,049 965
39 29 10 1,902 1,649 253 2,177 1,885 293
(**) (**) () 3 1 2 2 1 (*)
34 ...... 34 159 ...... 159 166 ...... 166
9 ...... 9 55 ...... 55 56 ...... 56
5 ...... 5 31 ...... 31 29 ...... 29

533 418 115 5,043 4,407 636 5,419 4,615 804

59 ...... 59 323 ...... 323 284 ...... 284
29 ...... 29 148 ...... 148 152 ...... 152
130 ...... 130 310 ...... 310 380 ...... 380
36 ...... 36 175 ...... 175 166 ...... 166

1,385 ...... 1,385 6,237 ...... 6,237 5,675 ...... 5,675
462 ...... 462 2,156 ...... 2,156 2,006 ...... 2,006
197 ...... 197 900 ...... 900 785 ...... 785
49 ...... 49 236 ...... 236 210 ...... 210

2,093 ...... 2,093 9,529 ...... 9,529 8,676 ...... 8,676


21 ...... 21 491 ...... 491 727 ...... 727
9 ...... 9 166 ...... 166 152 ...... 152
14 ...... 14 49 ...... 49 72 ...... 72
120 ...... 120 373 ...... 373 221 ...... 221

163 ...... 163 1,080 ...... 1,080 1,171 ...... 1,171

26 1 25 111 12 99 115 13 102
..... 144 -144 ...... 738 -738 ...... 664 -664


4,985 1,688 3,297 29,949 10,349 19,600 34,789 10,095 24,694




Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


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

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

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

Total-Military personnel .......................

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

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

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

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

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

Total-Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation .

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

Total-Military construction ......................

Family housing:
Department of the Army .........................
Department of the Navy ......... ...............
Department of the Air Force .......................
Defense Agencies ................. .............
Revolving and Management Funds:
Department of the Army .........................
Department of the Navy ...........................
Department of the Air Force.......................
Defense Agencies ................. .........
Other:
Department of the Army ... .......................
Department of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force ........................
Defense Agencies ................................

Total-Department of Defense-MIItary ...........


2


15


86 17
248 ..
122 ..


107 4 104 587 9 578 601 6 596
2 ...... 2 47 ...... 47 55 ...... 55
11 ...... 11 68 ...... 68 50 ...... 50
6 ...... 6 30 ...... 30 30 ...... 30

127 4 123 732 9 723 736 6 730

3 ...... 3 40 ...... 40 38 ...... 38
.. 5 -5 .... 23 -23 ..... 19 -19
(**) .... (*) -2 ...... -2 -3 ...... -3

206 11 195 1,251 47 1,204 1,228 42 1,186



2,477 ...... 2,477 10,744 ...... 10,744 11,770 ...... 11,770
2,174 ...... 2,174 9,982 ...... 9,982 10,492 ...... 10,492
1,776 ...... 1,776 8,010 ...... 8,010 8,815 ...... 8,815

6,427 ...... 6,427 28,736 ...... 28,736 31,078 ...... 31,078


2,115 ...... 2,115 10,813 ...... 10,813 10,088 ...... 10,088
2,636 ...... 2,636 11,600 ...... 11,600 11,855 ...... 11,855
1,950 ...... 1,950 10,149 ...... 10,149 9,901 ...... 9,901
622 ...... 622 3,383 ...... 3,383 3,151 ...... 3,151

7,322 ...... 7,322 35,944 ...... 35,944 34,994 ...... 34,994


967 ...... 967 6,076 ...... 6,076 6,683 ...... 6,683
2,623 ...... 2,623 12,777 ...... 12,777 13,046 ...... 13,046
3,026 ...... 3,026 12,390 ...... 12,390 12,687 ...... 12,687
248 ...... 248 1,127 ...... 1,127 1,066 ...... 1,066

6,864 ...... 6,864 32,369 ...... 32,369 33,482 ...... 33,482


508 ...... 508 2,226 ...... 2,226 1,978 ...... 1,978
759 ...... 759 3,680 ...... 3,680 3,586 ...... 3,586
1,151 ...... 1,151 6,564 ...... 6,564 6,192 ...... 6,192
628 ...... 628 3,269 ...... 3,269 3,167 ...... 3,167

3,046 ...... 3,046 15,739 ...... 15,739 14,924 ...... 14,924


90 ...... 90 543 ...... 543 637 ...... 637
109 ...... 109 733 ...... 733 712 ...... 712
97 ...... 97 609 ...... 609 607 ...... 607
151 ...... 151 362 ...... 362 261 ...... 261

447 ...... 447 2,248 ...... 2,248 2,218 ...... 2,218


121 ...... 121 661 ...... 661 601 ...... 601
66 ...... 66 288 ...... 288 254 ...... 254
71 ...... 71 384 ...... 384 386 ...... 386
1 ...... 1 9 ...... 9 7 2 5

-51 ...... -51 -98 ...... -98 12 ...... 12
-209 (*) -209 138 1 137 341 1 340
137 ...... 137 156 ...... 156 186 ...... 186
80 ...... 80 159 ...... 159 311 ...... 311

36 132 -97 352 210 142 237 145 92
-11 79 -90 341 282 60 211 -112 323
22 -6 27 63 193 -130 89 163 -75
(") 6 -6 13 35 -22 16 28 -12

24,369 212 24,157 117,502 721 116,781 119,349 227 119,122





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Defene--CMil
Corps of Engineers:
Construction, general .... ......................
Operation and maintenance, general .................
Other ................ .. ......................
Proprietary 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 .........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

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

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary Education
Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs .................. .......................
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Education for the handicapped .....................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research......
Payments to institutions for the handicapped ..........
Other ..........................................
Office of Vocational and Adult Education ...............
Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ...........................
Student financial assistance ......................
Guaranteed student loans ...... .......... ... ......
Higher education ................... ..............
Howard University .............................
Other ................................. .......

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

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

Total-Department of Education ..................
Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities ......................
Energy programs:
General science and research activities ..............
Energy supply, R and D activities ...................
Uranium supply and enrichment activities .............
Fossil energy research and development .............
Energy conservation ...........................
Strategic petroleum reserve .......................
Nuclear waste disposal fund .....................
Other .............. .. .......................

Total-Energy Programs ................... ......

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

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


96
86


8


56 441
96 539
86 457
-8 ......


60


..... 441 447


539 537
457 435
-60 ......


57


238 8 230 1,438 60 1,377 1,420 57 1,362


...... 10,596 ... 10,596 9,782 ... 9,782
(**) (**) (" ) 1 ...... 1 1 ...... 1
1,803 ...... 1,803 8,780 ...... 8,780 8,259 ...... 8,259
...... ..... .. 10,596 ...... -10,596 -9,782 ...... -9,782
8 ...... 8 29 ..... 29 6 ...... 6
10 (**) 10 42 (") 42 22 (*) 22
...... (**) .... ...... 2 -2 ...... 2 -2

2,059 8 2,050 10,290 63 10,227 9,707 60 9,647


370 ...... 370 1,876 ...... 1,876 1,867 ...... 1,867
21 ...... 21 438 ...... 438 417 ...... 417
104 ...... 104 564 ...... 564 407 ...... 407
1 ...... 1 3 ...... 3 2 ...... 2
...... ...... .... ...... ... ..... (" ) ...... .......
6 ...... 6 27 ...... 27 23 ...... 23

502 ...... 502 2,907 ...... 2,907 2,716 ...... 2,716

13 ...... 13 66 ...... 66 74 ...... 74

120 ...... 120 870 ...... 870 843 ...... 843
142 ...... 142 747 ...... 747 603 ...... 603
5 ...... 5 29 ...... 29 69 ...... 69
2 ...... 2 12 ...... 12 5 ...... 5
166 ...... 166 575 ...... 575 357 ...... 357

1 1 1 15 50 -35 15 27 -12
610 ...... 610 2,809 ...... 2,809 2,794 ...... 2,794
451 ...... 451 1,946 ...... 1,946 1,605 ...... 1,605
48 ...... 48 289 ...... 289 297 ...... 297
18 ...... 18 80 ...... 80 76 ...... 76
3 ...... 3 11 ...... 11 -3 ...... -3

1,130 1 1,130 5,150 50 5,100 4,784 27 4,757

18 ...... 18 103 ...... 103 128 ...... 128
19 ...... 19 114 .... 114 120 .... 120
...... 2 -2 ...... 17 -17 ...... 6 -6

2,118 2 2,116 10,573 67 10,506 9,699 34 9,665

673 ...... 673 3,470 ...... 3,470 3,244 ...... 3,244

80 ...... 80 390 ...... 390 346 ...... 346
159 ...... 159 932 ...... 932 927 ...... 927
64 ...... 64 646 ...... 646 799 ...... 799
28 ...... 28 152 ...... 152 142 ...... 142
30 ...... 30 122 ...... 122 98 ...... 98
30 ...... 30 169 ...... 169 222 ...... 222
23 ...... 23 123 ...... 123 132 ..... 132
38 ...... 38 189 ...... 189 238 ...... 238

452 ...... 452 2,723 ...... 2,723 2,904 ...... 2,904

75 115 -40 466 544 -79 466 586 -120
28 ...... 28 186 ...... 186 171 .... 171
...... 207 -207 ...... 1,046 -1,046 ...... 993 -993
-14 ...... -14 -74 ...... -74 -94 ...... -94

1,214 321 893 6,771 1,591 5,180 6,691 1,580 5,111





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social
Security:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration .. ..................
Health Resources and Services Administration:
Public enterprise funds .......................
Health resources and services ....................
Indian Health Service ..........................
Centers for Disease Control ....................

National Institutes of Health:
Cancer Research ............................
Heart, Lung, and Blood Research .................
Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases ...........
Neurological Disorders and Stroke .................
Allergy and Infectious Diseases ...................
General Medical Sciences .................. ....
Child Health and Human Development .............
Other research institutes ... ...................
Research resources ............................
Other ........................ ..............
Total-National Institutes of Health ..............

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration.
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health ..............
Total-Public Health Service .....................

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

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ................. ...... .......
Administrative expenses and construction ...........
Interest on normalized tax transfers .............
Total-FHI trust fund .........................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction ...........
Total-FSMI trust fund ......................
Federal supplementary medical insurance catastrophic
coverage trust fund ................ .........
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 ...............
Family Support Administration:
Family support payments to States .................
Low income home energy assistance ................
Refugee and entrant assistance .....................
Grants to States for special services .................
Payments to States for family support activities ........
Interim assistance to States for legalization ...........
Other ......................................
Total-Family Support Administration ..............
Human Development Services:
Social services ................. ...............
Human development services ......................
Payments to states for foster care and adoption assistance
Total-Human Development Services ..............
Office of the Secretary .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ..


43 (*")


43 223


1 222


1 206


95 ...... 95 653 ...... 653 636 ...... 636
75 ...... 75 441 ...... 441 428 ...... 428
34 ...... 34 205 ...... 205 230 ...... 230
32 ...... 32 207 ...... 207 229 ...... 229
48 ...... 48 292 ...... 292 273 ...... 273
44 ...... 44 277 ...... 277 260 ...... 260
35 ...... 35 183 ...... 183 166 ...... 166
71 ...... 71 401 ...... 401 375 ...... 375
22 ...... 22 148 ...... 148 161 ...... 161
59 ...... 59 85 ...... 85 9 ...... 9
514 .... .514 2,891 ...... 2,891 2,768 ...... 2,768

198 ...... 198 782 ...... 782 629 ...... 629
6 ...... 6 87 ...... 87 81 ...... 81
1,081 (**) 1,081 5,372 1 5,371 5,061 1 5,060


3,171 ...... 3,171 15,843 ...... 15,843 13,629 ...... 13,629
2,748 ...... 2,748 14,230 ...... 14,230 13,656 ...... 13,656
-19 ...... -19 15 ...... 15 52 ...... 52


5,429 ...... 5,429 26,192 ...... 26,192 21,943 ...... 21,943
88 ...... 88 369 ...... 369 438 ...... 438

5,517 ...... 5,517 26,562 ...... 26,562 22,382 ...... 22,382

2,977 ...... 2,977 16,311 ...... 16,311 13,798 ...... 13,798
131 ...... 131 487 ...... 487 484 ...... 484
3,108 ...... 3,108 16,798 ...... 16,798 14,282 ...... 14,282

...... ..... ...... 51 ...... 51 (* ) ...... (V )
14,525 ...... 14,525 73,498 ...... 73,498 64,001 ...... 64,001

206 ...... 206 1,213 ...... 1,213 2,361 ...... 2,361
74 ...... 74 364 ...... 364 373 ...... 373
1,115 ...... 1,115 4,475 ...... 4,475 4,204 ...... 4,204
1,395 ...... 1,395 6,052 ...... 6,052 6,938 ...... 6,938

1,138 ...... 1,138 5,128 ...... 5,128 4,771 ...... 4,771
177 ...... 177 804 ...... 804 886 ...... 886
48 ...... 48 160 ...... 160 148 ...... 148
29 ...... 29 139 ...... 139 166 ...... 166
41 ...... 41 73 ...... 73 30 ...... 30
33 ...... 33 157 ...... 157 88 ...... 88
7 ...... 7 32 ...... 32 33 ...... 33
1,473 ...... 1,473 6,493 ...... 6,493 6,122 ...... 6,122

344 ...... 344 1,222 ...... 1,222 1,201 ...... 1,201
237 ...... 237 1,171 ...... 1,171 1,024 ...... 1,024
183 ...... 183 628 ...... 628 432 ...... 432
764 ...... 764 3,021 ...... 3,021 2,657 ...... 2,657
-16 ...... -16 56 ...... 56 42 ...... 42
...... 936 -936 ...... 5,013 -5,013 ...... 4,419 -4,419


...... -2,703 -14,144


- 2,703


.... .. -14,144


-13,565


- 13,565





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social
Security-Continued
Payments for tax and Other credits:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ................
Other ........... ............ .........
Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
Except Social Securtty .........................

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 interfund 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 .... ............ .........

Proprietary 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:
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 ..................
Other .................................... ....

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

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

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

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

Total-Government National Mortgage Association ...

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

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


-46


..... -46 -86


...... -86 -91


-91


16,474 936 15,538 80,262 5,014 75,248 71,165 4,420 66,745




'18,447 ...... 18,447 89,090 ...... 89,090 83,220 ...... 83,220
131 ...... 131 610 ...... 610 747 ...... 747


61 ...... 61 417 ...... 417 448 ...... 448

18,639 ...... 18,639 90,117 ...... 90,117 84,415 ...... 84,415


12,013 ...... 2,013 9,782 ...... 9,782 9,125 ...... 9,125
54 ...... 54 318 ...... 318 330 ...... 330

6 .. 6 40 ...... 40 43 ...... 43

2,074 ...... 2,074 10,140 ...... 10,140 9,498 ...... 9,498

.. (* ) ............ ( ) ...... ...... (" ) .......
-206 ...... -206 -1,213 ...... -1,213 -2,361 ...... -2,361


20,507 (*) 20,507 99,044 (**) 99,044 91,552 ...... 91,552




582 492 90 2,737 2,531 206 2,953 2,459 494
19 53 -34 411 257 155 723 515 208
-1 5 -6 3 27 -24 13 34 -21
4 ...... 4 20 ...... 20 19 ...... 19
12 ...... 12 50 ...... 50 49 ...... 49
41 ...... 41 254 ...... 254 223 ...... 223
6 ...... 6 44 ...... 44 36 ...... 36
30 ...... 30 414 ...... 414 391 ...... 391
95 ...... 95 517 ...... 517 243 ...... 243
1 ...... 1 9 ...... 9 8 ...... 8
888 ...... 888 4,319 ...... 4,319 4,051 ...... 4,051
1 ...... 1 5 ...... 5 5 ...... 5

1,680 550 1,129 8,781 2,814 5,967 8,713 3,008 5,705


156 ...... 156 691 ...... 691 600 ...... 600
22 2 20 255 27 229 392 23 369

178 2 176 946 27 920 992 23 969


(*) (*) (*) 11 13 -3 3 8 -5
142 119 22 523 546 -23 294 400 -106
. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... (" ) (" ) (" )

142 119 22 534 559 -25 297 408 -111


5 8 -3 26 50 -24 51 47 4
205 ...... 205 1,191 ...... 1,191 1,240 ...... 1,240
18 ...... 18 112 ...... 112 86 .. 86
12 ... 12 79 ...... 79 63 ...... 63
6 ...... 6 33 ...... 33 35 ...... 35

246 8 238 1,441 50 1,391 1,476 47 1,428






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of louslg and Urban Development-
Continued
Management and administration .....................
Other ................... .......................

Total-Department of Housing and Urban Development

Department of the Interior:
Land and minerals management:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources..............
Payments in lieu of taxes ............... .........
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 ........................................
Geological Survey ...........................
Bureau of Mines .................................

Total-Water and science .......................

Fish and wildlife and parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service ..............
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:
Receipts from oil and gas leases, national petroleum
reserve in Alaska ............................
Other ............... .......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ..........................

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

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
operation .............................. ..... ..
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds ................. ......................
Other ................................... ....


20 ...... 20 154 ...... 154 145 ...... 145
(**) ...... (**) 7 ...... 7 7 ...... 7

2,265 680 1,586 11,863 3,450 8,413 11,630 3,486 8,144




1 ...... 1 173 ...... 173 224 ...... 224
(*V IV*) ...... ( ) (**) ...... (**) (**) ...... (**)
12 ...... 12 194 ...... 194 159 ...... 159
54 ...... 54 252 ...... 252 257 ...... 257
26 ...... 26 135 ...... 135 140 ...... 140

94 ...... 94 754 ...... 754 780 ...... 780



50 15 35 358 46 312 215 15 200
16 ...... 16 77 ...... 77 34 ...... 34
-12 ...... -12 38 ...... 38 40 ...... 40
36 ...... 36 239 ...... 239 225 ...... 225
15 1 14 74 10 64 71 10 61

106 17 90 785 56 729 585 25 560


57 ...... 57 327 ...... 327 332 ..... 332
65 ...... 65 426 ...... 426 450 ...... 450

123 ...... 123 752 ...... 752 782 ...... 782


84 ...... 84 470 ...... 470 461 ...... 461
17 ...... 17 144 ...... 144 129 ...... 129
12 1 12 236 5 231 73 4 69

113 1 112 850 5 845 664 4 659

7 ...... 7 210 ...... 210 173 ...... 173
13 ...... 13 49 ...... 49 38 ...... 38


...... ...... .... 1 1 ...... 1 1
..... 85 -85 ...... 657 -657 ...... 721 -721
(**) ...... (**) -115 ...... -115 -3 .. -3

455 102 353 3,285 718 2,567 3,019 749 2,270


118 ...... 118 650 ...... 650 527 ...... 527
110 ...... 110 652 ...... 652 652 ...... 652
56 ...... 56 213 ...... 213 214 ...... 214
84 ...... 84 442 ...... 442 348 ...... 348
117 4 113 531 23 508 451 20 432
35 ...... 35 189 ...... 189 171 ...... 171
2 ...... 2 143 ...... 143 59 ...... 59

523 4 519 2,819 23 2,796 2,423 20 2,403



258 ...... 258 1,357 ...... 1,357 1,288 ...... 1,288
29 ...... 29 146 ...... 146 132 ...... 132
11 ...... 11 51 ..... 51 62 ...... 62

8 ...... 8 107 ...... 107 1 ...... 1

.. .. ...... (**) ...... (**) 7 ...... 7
3 ...... 3 20 ...... 20 29 ...... 29





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Labor-Continued
Employment and Training Administration-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 ................
Other ................................. .....

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

Total-Employment and Training Administration ....

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

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

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

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

International Organizations and Conferences ............
Migration and Refugee Assistance ...................
International Narcotics Control ..... ..................
Other .............. .....................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................

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

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways .... .....................
Other ............................... .......
Other programs .................................

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

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

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

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


1,659
207
30
14

11
3

1,924
1a33


1,659
207
30
14

11
3

1,924
213 0l


6,964
985
53
63

37
76

8,179
Q Oca


6,964
985
53
63

37
76

8,179
a ocn


5,496
1,061
60
64

37
12

6,730
C Qjm


5,496
1,061
60
64

37
12

6,730
a nn


J I .. 9785o9 0,24" .... 8,249

60 287 -227 304 533 -230 327 180 147

9 ...... 9 67 ...... 67 90 ...... 90
101 ...... 101 -651 ...... -651 -536 ...... -536
51 ...... 51 251 ...... 251 260 ...... 260
7 ...... 7 40 ... 40 32 ...... 32
15 ...... 15 80 ...... 80 98 ...... 98
3 ...... 3 69 ...... 69 80 ...... 80
32 .... 32 172 ...... 172 157 ...... 157
1 -1 4 -4 ...... 3 -3
-35 ...... -35 -115 ...... -115 -107 ...... -107

2,476 287 2,188 10,075 537 9,538 8,649 183 8,486



181 ...... 181 703 ...... 703 655 ...... 655
52 ...... 52 130 ...... 130 116 ...... 116

...... .... ... 106 ..... 106 108 ...... 108
29 ...... 29 140 ...... 140 132 ...... 132
2 ...... 2 17 ...... 17 17 ...... 17

263 ...... 263 1,097 ...... 1,097 1,027 ...... 1,027

56 ...... 56 476 ...... 476 480 ...... 480
24 ...... 24 187 ...... 187 151 ...... 151
13 ...... 13 54 ...... 54 27 ...... 27
4 ...... 4 23 ...... 23 44 ...... 44
. ( ) ( ) 1 1 1 1
( ) ...... ( ) -106 ...... -106 -148 ...... -148

360 (*) 360 1,730 1 1,729 1,582 1 1,581




899 ...... 899 5,841 ...... 5,841 5,567 ...... 5,567
11 ...... 11 50 ...... 50 41 ...... 41
6 ...... 6 29 ...... 29 38 ...... 38

917 ...... 917 5,920 ...... 5,920 5,646 ...... 5,646

22 ...... 22 112 ...... 112 98 ...... 98


... ...... .... 315 ...... 315 325 ...... 325
9 1 8 -39 15 -54 52 5 46

9 1 8 276 15 261 377 5 372


''''''


I


''''''


I






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Transportation-Continued
Urban Mass Transportation Administration:
Formula grants ..................................
Discretionary grants ..............................
Other ....................... ....... .......
Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations ........................... .........
Other ....................... ..... ..........
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports .........................
Facilities and equipment ................ .........
Research, engineering and development ...........
Operations .................. .................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses ............................
Payment to the resolution funding corporation .........
Claims, Judgements, and Relief Acts ...............
Other ........................................

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

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

Internal Revenue Service:
Administration and Management ....................
Processing tax returns and assistance ...............
Tax Law Enforcement ............................
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability for tax
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest ........
Other ........................................

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


217 ...... 217 969 ...... 969 847 ...... 847
55 ...... 55 349 ...... 349 333 ...... 333
39 ...... 39 287 ...... 287 218 ...... 218

201 ...... 201 1,204 ...... 1,204 1,199 ...... 1,199
(**) ...... (**) 1 14 -13 (**) 1 -1

73 ...... 73 513 ...... 513 459 ...... 459
140 ...... 140 535 ...... 535 325 ...... 325
12 ...... 12 57 ...... 57 61 ...... 61
68 ...... 68 333 ...... 333 193 ...... 193

293 ...... 293 1,437 ...... 1,437 1,037 ...... 1,037

494 ...... 494 2,643 14 2,628 2,236 1 2,235


160 ...... 160 807 ...... 807 786 ...... 786
36 ...... 36 120 ...... 120 126 ...... 126
32 ...... 32 168 ...... 168 156 ...... 156
17 (*) 17 99 2 97 83 3 80

245 (**) 245 1,193 2 1,191 1,151 3 1,148

63 36 27 305 132 173 244 162 82
3 (**) 2 49 5 44 51 5 46
(**) (* ) ...... 4 -4 ...... 2 -2
-1 ...... -1 -6 ...... -6 -8 ...... -8

2,064 37 2,027 12,096 172 11,923 11,193 178 11,015



-133 3 -135 -631 12 -643 -534 17 -551
8 ...... 8 48 ...... 48 47 ...... 47


21 ...... 21 98 ...... 98 102 ...... 102

32 ...... 32 141 ...... 141 211 ...... 211
4 ...... 4 61 ...... 61 136 ...... 136

56 ...... 56 301 ...... 301 448 ...... 448

-114 ...... -114 135 ...... 135 390 ...... 390

19 ...... 19 107 ...... 107 98 ...... 98
14 ...... 14 104 ...... 104 139 ...... 139
82 ...... 82 668 ...... 668 600 ...... 600
24 ...... 24 24 ...... 24 1 ...... 1
8 ...... 8 29 ...... 29 65 ...... 65
19 ...... 19 69 ...... 69 94 ...... 94


10 ...... 10 29 ...... 29 40 ...... 40
111 ...... 111 713 ...... 713 754 ...... 754
251 ...... 251 1,445 ...... 1,445 1,444 ...... 1,444
931 ...... 931 975 ...... 975 658 ...... 658
146 ...... 146 708 ...... 708 764 ...... 764
(*) 1 (*) 4 6 -2 2 1 (**)
1,448 1 1,448 3,874 6 3,868 3,662 1 3,661





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


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

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

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

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

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Benefits Administration:
Public Enterprise Funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......................
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 ............

Veterans Health Services and Research Administration:
Medical care .. ........... .....................
Other ................................... .. ....
Departmental Administration:
General operating expenses.......................
Construction projects .................. ..........
Other ............. ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ..... .......................
United States government life ................. ...
Other ........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

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

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

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

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

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


5
4


126
99


162
88


162
122 -34


16,028 ...... 16,028 80,371 ...... 80,371 74,857 ...... 74,857
1.287 ...... 1,287 31,357 ...... 31,357 25,637 ...... 25,637

17,315 ...... 17,315 111.727 ...... 111,727 100,493 ...... 100,493

3 ..... 3 18 ...... 18 16 ...... 16
... 641 -641 ...... 1,703 -1,703 ...... 1,995 -1,995
-67 ...... -67 -456 ...... -456 -491 ...... -491
-327 ...... -327 -6,372 ...... -6,372 -5,973 ...... 5973

18,411 653 17,758 109,949 1,947 108,002 99,306 2,136 97,170




189 63 126 1,012 671 341 1,043 679 364
18 24 -6 98 132 -33 99 127 -27
1,352 ...... 1,352 5,201 ...... 5,201 5,650 ...... 5,650
33 ...... 33 229 ...... 229 303 ...... 303
21 ...... 21 98 ...... 98 130 ...... 130

101 ...... 101 478 ...... 478 462 ...... 482
2 ...... 2 13 ...... 13 13 ...... 13
9 4 6 46 81 -35 42 78 -36
4 ...... 4 -3 ...... -3 -10 ...... -10

1,732 91 1,641 7,172 884 6.288 7,733 884 6,849


886 ...... 886 4,713 ...... 4,713 4,368 ...... 4,368
38 17 21 213 97 116 229 94 135

44 ...... 44 364 ...... 364 327 ...... 327
51 ...... 51 274 ...... 274 280 ...... 280
18 ...... 18 83 ...... 83 31 ...... 31

...... 30 -30 ...... 162 -162 ...... 165 -165
...... (" ) (**) ...... (**) (-*) ...... (-) (**)
.... 36 -36 ...... 170 -170 ...... 178 -178
-4 ...... -4 -83 ...... -83 -99 ...... -99

2,763 174 2,590 12,736 1,313 11,423 12,869 1,321 11,548


62 ...... 62 346 ...... 346 337 ...... 337
43 ...... 43 221 ...... 221 205 ...... 205
147 ...... 147 878 ...... 878 875 ...... 875
83 ...... 83 448 ...... 448 383 ...... 383
24 1 23 121 10 111 242 1 241
...... 7 -7 ...... 51 -51 ...... 28 -28
...... ...... .... ...... ...... ...... -150 ...... 150

360 8 352 2,014 61 1,954 1,893 29 1,864


103 ...... 103 -398 ...... -398 -385 ...... -385
-28 ...... -28 -34 ...... -34 -98 ...... -98
24 ...... 24 -108 ...... -108 -42 ...... -42
1 ... 1 4 ...... 4 4 ...... 4
13 ...... 13 69 ...... 69 69 ...... 69
...... 1 -1 ... 21 -21 ...... 31 -31
. -9 9 ...... -2 2 ...... -2 2

113 -7 121 -466 19 -485 -452 29 -481





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gros Applicable utlay
Outlays Receipts Oay Outlays Receipts O y Outlays Receipts O y
Outlays


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
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 benefits ................... ....... ........
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund ....
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..............
Employees health benefits fund ......................
Employees life insurance fund ........................
Retired employees health benefits fund ................
Other ..................... ...................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions .......................
Other ............................... .......

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

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

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

Other Independent agencies:
Action.........................................
Board for International Broadcasting ..................
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 .... ............ ..........
FSLIC Resolution Fund .... ............ .........
Savings Association Insurance Fund ................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public Enterprise Funds .................. ........
Disaster Relief ................. ................
Salaries and expenses ............................
Emergency management and planning assistance......
Emergency food and shelter program ................
Federal Housing Finance Board ......................
Federal Trade Commission................. ....
Interstate Commerce Commission .....................
Legal Services Corporation .........................
National Archives and Records Administration ...........
National Credit Union Administration:
Central liquidity facility .... ............ .........
Credit union share insurance fund ..................
Other ........................................


1,896
2,176
79
840
3


1,896
2,176
79
840
3


1,422
2,136
85
779
-15


1,422
2,136
85
779
-15


923 ...... 923 4,994 ...... 4,994 4,407 ...... 4,407


238 ...... 238 926 ...... 926 845 ...... 845
(**) .. ('*) ( ) ...... (**) (*) ..... (**)
2,593 ...... 2,593 12,667 ...... 12,667 11,728 ...... 11,728
862 983 -121 4,200 4,541 -341 3,497 3,918 -421
97 300 -202 433 893 -461 439 867 -429
1 1 .5 5 .... 5 5
11 ...... 11 83 ...... 83 73 ...... 73


(**) ...... (" ) (**) ...... (**) (**) ...... (" )
-3 ...... -3 -15 ...... -15 -12 ...... -12

3,799 1,283 2,516 18,299 5,439 12,860 16,573 4,790 11,783



61 60 2 367 345 22 407 353 54
61 39 22 297 232 64 156 268 -112
(**) 1 ("*) 13 9 4 9 8 1
32 (*) 32 161 (*) 160 134 ...... 134

155 100 55 838 587 251 705 629 76


13
60
7

31,605
519
2

71
94
14
31
18
1
3
3
47
18

28
-9
2


2

80
1

1,347
9
2

14




(**)





27
4
(**)


-2
13
-20
6

258
510


57
94
14
31
18
1
3
3
47
18

1
-13
2


538
9
75
647
45

5,291
3,839
2

402
924
58
123
49
17
24
19
129
63


41

852
8

4,350
1,545
4

91




7


538
-32
75
-205
37

941
2,294
-2

312
924
58
123
49
10
24
19
129
63


96 102 -6
57 127 -70
-23 (") -24


62
79
228

521

81
736
44

5,446
12,956


33
34
62
118
52
28
27
20
102
60

102
136
-20


34

924
40

5,902
3,593


164




29





109
139
1


521
-34
81
-187
3

-456
9,363


-131
34
62
118
52
-1
27
20
102
60

-6
-3
-21




Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


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...
Milwaukee railroad restructuring, administration ........
Rail Industry Pension Fund:
Benefit payments ............................
Advances from FOASI fund ....................
OASI certifications .............. ..... .........
Administrative expenses .....................
Interest on refunds and taxes....................
Supplemental annuity pension fund ................
Other ................... .. ........... .......
Intrabudgetary Transactions:
Social security equivalent benefit account.........
Payments from other funds to railroad retirement
trust funds ..............................
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 ........................
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET):
Federal employer contributions ..................
Payments for military service credits .............
Federal disability insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET):
Federal employer contributions ..................
Payments for military service credits .............
Federal hospital 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 ..........

Total-Employer share, employee retirement ......


14 ......
9 .
9 .
136 .
29 3
36 36

2,497 42,804
. .... .....


14
9
9
136
27


71 ......
48 ......
60 .. ...
719 ......
162 11
196 190


-307 13,721 14,283
...... 263 ......


141 ......
104 ......
(**) ......


28 ......
(**) ......
("**) .


-80 ......
s0 ......
80 ......
8 ......
(" ) ......
219 ......
(**) ......

360 ......


-80 -387 ......
80 386 ......
6 25 ......
(") 56 ......
219 1,082 ......
(" ) 1 ......

360 1,737 ......


...... 168 ......


67 ......
51 ......
58 ......
642 ......
152 ..
212 184


-562 12,570 13,630
263 218 ......


145 ......
151 ......
(") .....


-387 -364 ......
386 364 ......
25 20 ......
56 1 ......
1,082 1,033 ......
1 1 ..

1,737 1,676 ......


-168 -149


67
51
58
642
152
28

-1,060
218


145
151
(")


-364
364
20
1
1,033
1

1,676


612 ...... 612 2,976 ...... 2,976 2,880 ...... 2,880

2,346 ...... 2,346 14,011 9,527 4,484 ...... ...... ......
12 3 9 60 7 52 59 ...... 59
24 ...... 24 121 ...... 121 116 ...... 116
423 485 -62 52,711 2,902 -191 2,241 2,218 23
78 ...... 78 373 (") 373 377 (*") 377
44 2 42 482 27 455 463 28 434

8,845 4,819 4,026 48,739 34,075 14,664 41,013 26,994 14,019


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



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



-1,355 ...... -1,355 -6,654 ...... -6,654 -7,456 ...... -7,456



-408 ...... -408 -1,779 ...... -1,779 -1,605 ...... -1,605



-44 ...... -44 -181 ...... -181 -154 ...... -154


-178 ...... -178 -806 ...... -806 -755 ...... -755


-9 ...... -9 -33 ...... -33 -26 ...... -26

-620 ...... -620 -3,123 ...... -3,123 -2,834 ...... -2,834

-2,613 ...... -2,613 -12,575 ...... -12,575 -12,830 ...... -12,830





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
S[ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classlficaton Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts O ays Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Undlstributed offsetting recelpta-Continued
Interest received by trust funds:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ....................
Department of Defense-Civil:
Education benefits fund ....................
Military retirement fund ... .....................
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund .......
Corps of Engineers ............................
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) ...............................
Federal disability insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) ............................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund...............
Federal hospital insurance catastrophic coverage
reserve trust fund .................. ..........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ..
Federal supplementary medical insurance catastrophic
coverage trust fund ...........................
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .................... .
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .......
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ................... ..
Oil spill liability trust fund ......................
Highway trust fund .................. ..........
Department of Veterans Affairs:
United States government life insurance fund........
National service life insurance fund ................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Other ......................................
Post-closure liability trust fund ....................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ........
Office of Personnel Management fund:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ..........
Independent agencies:
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account ....................
Other ......................................

Total-Interest received by trust funds ...............

Unrealized Discount on trust fund investments ..........
Rents and Royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands .

Total-Undistrlbuted offsetting receipts ............
Total outlays ................................
Total On-Budget ..............................
Total Off-Budget.............................
Total Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) ..................
Total On-Budget.............................
Total Off-Budget..........................


-3 ......

-12 ......
-147 ......

(**) ......


-161 ......

-24 ......
-36 ......


-32 ......


-109

("*)

-4

-6

(**)
-1

(**)
("-)


-161


-135
-17

-848

5


3,456
113,769
91,402
22,367


-3

-12
-147

(")


-6

-32
-3,446
1
-12


-161 -6,947

-24 -409
-36 -3,821

-19
-32 -603

...... -46

-109 -2,046

(**) -213

-4 -600

-6 -728

(**) -7
-1 -517

("*) -1
. .... ( *)
(*") -1

-161 -10,115


271

271
12,181
9,377
2,804


-135
-17

-848

5
-271

3,727
101,588
82,025
19,563
-36,417
- 37,892
+1,474


-293
-45

-29,907

-28


-42,509
562,911
459,462
103,449


401,829 431,314
89,166 97,432
*-97,518
-112,289
+14,771


MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays


Proprietary receipts ................ ................
Receipts from off-budget Federal entities .................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...... ....................
Total receipts offset against outlays .................

1Includes the first of two phases of repayments of amounts deducted incorrectly for the
Catastrophic and Medicare programs. Repayments totaled $292 million (OASI: $272 million; DI:
$19 million.)
2Includes FICA and SECA tax credits, non-contributary military service credits, special
benefits for the aged, and credit for unnegotiated OASI benefit checks.
3 includes $1,153 million of notes issued in lieu of cash payments.
4The Postal Service figure represents reporting for the full calendar month of February and
Is partially estimated. This estimate includes $736 million for postal money orders between February
10th and 28th.


[$ millions]


Current
Fiscal Year Comparable Period
to Date Prior Fiscal Year
....... 15,539 15,109
....... 456 491
....... 75,042 69,156
....... 91,038 84,756

5Includes a net adjustment of $87 million in October, $787 million in November, $133 million
in December and $500 million in January made by the Tennessee Valley Authority previously
reported as expenditure transaction instead of non expenditure.
6The receipt, outlay and deficit figures differ from the 1991 Budget released by the Office
of Management and Budget on January 29, 1990 by a net of $47 million due mainly to revisions
data following the release of the Final September 1989 Monthly Treasury Statement.
... No transactions.
(*) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


-6

-32
3,446
1
-12


-6,947

-409
-3,821

-19
-603

-46

-2,046

-213

-600

-728

-7
-517

-1
(")
-1

-10,115


-293
-45

29,907

-28
-1,263

-43,772
*490,995


-7

-27
-2,674
-4
(*")


-4,578

-353
-3,044


-418

(**)

-1,586

-194

-479

-552

-8
-504

-16
(**)
(")

-9,320


-314
-29

-24,106

-17


-36,953
528,747


-7

-27
2,674
-4
(")


-4,578

-353
-3,044


-418

(")

-1,586

-194

-479

-552

-8
-504

-16
(")
("*)

-9,320


-314
-29

-24,106

-17
-1,161

-38,115
6465,410
381,608
83,802
6-92,650
-110,769
+18,119


1,263

1,263

71,916
57,633
14,283


1,161

1,161

63,336
49,706
13,630


''''''


''''''


I




Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, February 1990 and Other Periods
_$ millions]
Net Transactions
nd L (-)denotes net reduction of either Account Baan
DAssets and L tiabilities ity or asset accounts Current Fiscal Ye
Directly Related to
Budget and Off-budget Activity
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month TClose of
This This Monmonth
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Liablity accounts
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ................ ..................
Federal Financing Bank ................. .................

Total public debt securities ..............................
Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities
(See Schedule B. For other agency borrowing, see Schedule C) .....

Total federal securities .................. ................. .

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of government accounts
(See Schedule D) ............. ...................

Total borrowing from the public ..........................

Plus premium on public debt securities ....................
Less discount on public debt securities ....................
Total borrowing from the public less premium & discount ...

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

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

Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:3
Federal Reserve account ................. ..................
Tax and loan note accounts ...... ........................
Balance ................ ................... ...........

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings ................ ................... ........
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ................
Balance .................. ..............................

Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ................. ..................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...........................
Letter of credit issued to IMF ............... ...............
Dollar deposits with the IMF .................................
Receivable/payable (-) for interim maintenance of value adjustments

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

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

Total cash and monetary assets ..........................

Miscellaneous asset accounts ................ ..................

Total asset accounts ..................................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ...........................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details) .................................
Total budget and off-budget federal entitles
[Financing of deficit (+) or disposition of surplus (-)] ............


19,770 136,924 120,663 2,842,432 2,959,586


2,979,356


....... ........ ..... 15,000 15,000 15,000

19,770 136,924 120,663 2,857,432 2,974,586 2,994,356

1,157 '7,792 10,333 23,680 130,314 31,471

20,927 144,716 130,996 2,881,112 3,004,900 3,025,827



-2,706 2- 46,021 -52,616 -676,842 2-720,157 -722,863

18,221 98,695 78,381 2,204,270 2,284,743 2,302,965

( ) 232 -15 607 839 838
-107 7,729 870 16,055 23,891 23,784
18,328 91,198 77,496 2,188,821 2,261,691 2,280,019

-9,285 -10,854 -5,496 40,747 39,177 29,892
-43 181 152 6,270 6,495 6,452
267 -1.665 441 9,312 7,380 7,647
1,189 -4,336 -2,059 11,222 5,698 6,887

10,456 74,523 70,534 2,256,373 2,320,440 2,330,896




-6,540 -6,839 -6,725 13,452 13,153 6,613
-18,922 -14,545 -12,847 27,521 31,899 12,976
-25,462 -21,384 -19,572 40,973 45,051 19.589


175 729 580 9,487 10,041 10,216
...... ... ........ ......... 8,518 -8,518 -8,518
175 729 580 969 1,523 1,698



..... .. ..... ... 19,699 19,699 19,699
-157 663 557 3,233 4,053 3,896
-105 -15 -435 -14,336 -14,246 -14,351
-5 7 -3 -65 -53 -58
98 -405 -325 179 -324 -226

-169 250 -206 8,711 9,130 8,961

-17 -47 -78 74 43 27
2,165 5,554 -202 9,598 12,987 15,152

23,308 -14,899 -19,478 60,325 68,735 45,427

-2,608 7,861 -2,335 8,460 3,207 599

-25,916 -22,759 -21,813 68,785 71,942 46,026

36,372 97,282 92,347 2,187,587 2,248,499 2,284,871


45 235 303 ......... 190 235


36,417


97,517


92,650 2,187,587 2,248,688 2,285,106


SIncludes an adjustment for public power bonds issued by Tennessee Valley Authority for
$4 billion In October and $4 billion in November.
2 Includes an adjustment for $8 billion of investments in Public debt securities by Tennessee
Valley Authority for $4 billion in October, $3 billion in November and $500 million redemption
in January.
3 Major sources of information used to determine Treasury's operating cash include the Daily


Balance Wires from Federal Reserve Banks, reporting from the Bureau of Public Debt, electronic
transfers through the Treasury Financial Communications System and reconciling wires from In-
ternal Revenue Service Centers. Operating cash is presented on a modified cash basis, deposits
are reflected as received and withdrawals are reflected as processed.
... No transactions.
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 1990 and
Other Periods


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period.......
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Classification of FSLIC securities as budgetary transactions .......
Reclassification of Federal Retirement Thrift Investment
Board to a Nonbudgetary Status ........................
Reclassification of Veterans Affairs Canteen Service Revolving
fund outlays to investments in Public Debt Securities ..........
Adjustment to gains and deficiencies on exchange
transactions previously written off ..... ....................
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) .............
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year........
Changes in composition of unified budget ......................

Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table 2) ...........................

Total-on-budget (Table 2) ..................................

Total-off-budget (Table 2) ............... .................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage..................................... .........
Increment on gold ......................................
Proceeds from currency ..................................
Proceeds from sales of loan assets with recourse ...............
Profit on sale of gold ....................................
Net gain (-)loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ..............
Total-transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit ................ ...................

Excess of liabilities close of period ..........................


2,248,499 2,187,587 2,036,254


......... .........44
2,248,499 2,187,587 2,036,266

36,417 97,518 92,650


36,417 97,518 92,650

37,892 112,289 110,769

-1,474 -14,771 -18,119


-42 -227 -262


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

-3 -8 -15

-45 -235 -303

2,284,871 2,284,871 2,128,613


Table 6. Schedule B-Securities issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, February 1990 and
Other Periods


Classification


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:
Bank Insurance Fund ................ ...................
FSLIC Resolution Fund ............... .................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgages ............... ...............
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration .... .......................
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ..............................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages ................................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners assistance mortgages .........................
Independent agencies:
Postal Service ............... .........................
Tennessee Valley Authority ..............................

Total agency securities ................................


11,153
-38


("*)

42


153
-347


(**)

-15


992
9,303


-3

45


28,000 .........


1,157


7,792


10,333


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


3,130
18,598


7

295

13


(**)


6

250
1,380


23,680


2,130
18,289


250
9,380


30,314


'Represents notes issued in lieu of cash payments.
2Represents an adjustment for public power bonds issued by Tennessee Valley Authority
for $4 billion in October and $4 billion in November.


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


3,283
18,251


250
9,380


31,471




Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
February 1990 and Other Periods
[_ millions]

Transctions Account Balances
Current Fical Year
Classification Flcal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
Th r Prior Yr Th Yr Thi Month is month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Guaranty Reserve Fund ....................................
Housing and Other Credit Guarantee Program, AID ...............
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation ..... ...... ....................
Farmers Home Administration:
Agriculture Credit Insurance Fund ................. .........
Rural Development Insurance Fund .............................
Rural Housing Insurance Fund .. .. ............... ....
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation Fund .....................
Rural Electrification Administration:
Rural Communication Development Fund .....................
Rural Electrification and Telephone Revolving Fund .............
Rural Telephone Bank .................. .............
Department of Education:
College Housing and Academic Facilities Fund ...................
College Housing Loans .............. ...................
Department of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration ............................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Federal Housing Administration Fund ........................
Housing for the Elderly or Handicapped .......................
Public and Indian Housing:
Low-Rent Public Housing ............... ................
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund ................................
Department of Justice:
Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated .........................
Department of Transportation:
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft Purchase Loan Guarantee Program ....................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing Fund.........
Settlements of Railroad Litigation ........................ .
Regional Rail Reorganization Program ........................
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Financing Bank Revolving Fund ........................
Veterans Administration:
Direct Loan Revolving Fund ............... ................
Other Independent Agencies:
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National Insurance Development Fund .......................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
FSLIC Resolution Fund ................ ...................
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation:
Land Acquisition and Development Fund ......................
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad Retirement Account .............................
Social Security Equivalent Benefit Account .....................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center Parking Facilities ....................
Tennessee Valley Authority .................. ..............

Total agency borrowing from the Treasury
financed through the Issue of public debt securities .......


8

-234


26
8

514

-3,670
-1,260
-2,115


293
5

458

-2,105
-1,270
- 2,890


......... 213 43
.. ...... ~ ~ .... ...


......... 36

....... 50
.. .. 50o


100


50 -1,500


-23

-60


62
250


447
58

13,707

12,595
3,646
6,041

113

25
7,865
759

31
921

1,794


4,451
6,681


150 1,650


......... ......... 89
...-95 -. 89
......... -95 -82


-696


-2,520


473
58

14,455

8,925
2,386
3,926

113

25
8,078
759

67
921

1,844


4,776
6,851

100

252

20


1


3 3 3
95 .........


-4,027 121,087


1,730


217


1,082


1,051


2,128
2,335


119,263

1,730


129

36

63

2,128
3,200

20
150


-555 -6,616 -8,038 188,814 180,753 180,198


14,220

8.925
2,386
3,926

113

25
8,078
759


1,844


4,876
6,851


118,567


2,128
3,417


- 555


- 8,616


-8,038 188,814


180,753


180,198




r-UWFssawy 1.7UmC .


[$ millions]


Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Foreign military sales ........................................
Overseas Private Investment Corporation .....................
Department of Agriculture:
Rural Electrification Administration ...........................
Farmers Home Administration:
Agriculture Credit Insurance Fund ................. ..........
Rural Development Insurance Fund ................ .........
Rural housing Insurance Fund ............... ..............
Department of the Navy ................ .....................
Department of Education:
Student Loan Marketing Association ..........................
Department of Energy .................. ....... ....... ...
Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social Security:
Medical Facilities Guarantee and Loan Fund ....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low Rent Housing Loans and Other Expenses ...................
Community Development Grants .................. ...........
Department of Interior:
Territorial and International Affairs ......... ...... ...........
Department of Transportation:
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation ...............
General Services Administration:
Federal Buildings Fund ............... ...................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Space Flight, Control and Data Communications ..................
Small Business Administration:
Business Loan and Investment Fund ..............................
Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ........................
National Credit Union Administration .........................
Postal Service ................ ...........................
Tennessee Valley Authority ............... ................
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority .......................

Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ..........


-1 -145


6

-645
15


- 4,280


-168


-645
165

-48

-30


-8


-6


1

-59


-696


-78

-5
-6

-1,589


-2,525


-38

(-")


(**)

-42
-3

(**)

-3

-4

96

-60

70
-6
300
-27


10,189


23,458

23,665
25,971
3,675
1,721

4,910


168

1,995
283

57

37

378


995 1,096


1,368

10,984
111
6,195
19,762
177


... No transactions.
Note: This table includes lending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the pur-
chase of agency financial assets, by the acquisition of agency debt securities, and by direct loans
on behalf of an agency. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own


securities and in turn may loan these funds to agencies in lieu of agencies borrowing directly
through Treasury or issuing their own securities.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


10,045


10,044


23,283

23,665
26,121
3,675
1,672

4,880


23,290

23,020
26,136
3,675
1,672

4,880


1,951
264


173

1,951
272

56

24

373


1,296

10,979
104
6,195
18,232
177


134,270


1,096

1,290

10,979
105
6,195
18,173
177


133,573


4,027 136,099




Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts In Federal Securities, February 1990 and
Other Periods
I_ mllions]J

Net Purchases or Sales(-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

ClsectTson FRical Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month month


Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture ........... ........................
Department of Commerce ............... ...................
Department of Energy ................ .....................
Department of Health and Human Services ........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal Housing Administration fund:
Public debt securities ...................................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities ...................................
Agency securities .....................................
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities:
Public debt securities ...................................
Agency securities .....................................
Other ....................................... ..... .......
Department of the Interior:
Public debt securities ........................................
Department of Labor ........................ ..................
Department of Transportation .................................
Department of the Treasury .................. ..................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....... .....................
Canteen Service Revolving Fund ..............................
Guaranty and Indemnity Fund ...............................
Independent agencies:
Export-import Bank of the United States .......................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund .........................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank Insurance Fund ................................. .....
FSLIC Resolution Fund:
Public debt securities ................. .............. ...
Savings Association Insurance Fund ............................
Postal Service ............................................
National Credit Union Administration ..........................
Other ............................... ......................
Total public debt securities ................. ................
Total agency securities .............. .......................

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

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court .....................................
Library of Congress ................. ......................
Other .............................. .... ...............
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund...............................
Department of Agriculture ...................................
Department of Commerce ....................................
Department of Defense-Military ................... ............
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military Retirement Fund ................ ...................
Other ......................... .. .......................


-1
2
53
-5



-33


(..)


-31
1
(**)

1
238
94
210

-3
1
11

20

-273

926

44
1
153
11
50


(")
4
212




-60


3 30
. .. .. .. .... ....


7
8
32

-2
242
125
-293

20
1
11

204

-273

-746

-1,456
102
1,375
95
16,796


89
19
-31

-34
-157
14
-338

20
3


262

16



-51

2,088
24
65


12
1.9
2,129
5



6,092


3
65

1,596
72
76

1,077
918
536
1,179

655
40


67

499

2,216

1,839

4,420
1,847
2,128


11
12
2,292
23



6,342


10
14
2,345
18



6,309


1,635
79
108

1,074
922
568
676

678
40


339
101
5,642
1,931
8,874


1,604
80
108

1,075
1,160
661
887


383
102
5,794
1,942
8,924


1,468 6,680 2,155 27,355 32,567 34.034
1 8 19 138 144 146

1,469 6,688 2,174 27,492 32,711 34,180


(**)

(")


(..)

-251
14


(*-)

11,924
107


-2

10,812
104


8

53,487
985


21

8

65,662
1,078


23

8

65,411
1,092





Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, February 1990 and
Other Periods-Continued


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

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ................ ..................
Other ....................... ...................
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ....................
Other .................................... ..........

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ................. ...............
Highway trust fund ........................................
Other ......................................... ........

Department of the Treasury ................ ..................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Government life insurance fund ........ .......................
National service life insurance:
Public debt securities ................ .....................
Veterans special life insurance fund ..........................
General Post Fund National Homes ............................
Environmental Protection Agency ... ..........................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ....................
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ................ ....................
Employees health benefits fund ................................
Employees life insurance fund ............... ..............
Retired employees health benefits fund .........................
Independent agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .........................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund ................
Japan-United States Friendship Commission .....................
Railroad Retirement Board ............... .................
Other .............................. ................

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

Total trust funds ......................................

Grand total ................................................


1,412
13


14,217
-32


270 4,141


137
6

-85



473
37

-21



141
191
46

10

-2

-74
-6
-66
(")


-1,478
114
202




-1
151
("*)


2,629
68

3



-67
11

221
("*)


1,049
1,070
27

20

-6

199
35
3
163
(**)


2,405
360
464



2
-1
295
-1


17,012
43

6,974

3,836
50

-27
130


3,732
-30

219



892
1,359
29

34

-5

209
36
2
285
16


2,304
426
430


1,434
1
-1
107
12


148,565
8,428

82,914

11,928
199

206



44,994
33

4,372
(")


12,913
15,978
495

148

182

10,694
1,233
28
2,151
15


214,589
3,422
9,681
1

12,800
47
17
8,589
76


161,370
8,383

86,786

14,419
261

294



44,455
7

4,614



13,821
16,857
476


10,967
1,274
30
2,379
15


218,472
3,667
9,944
1

12,800
49
17
8,733
76


162,782
8,396

87,055

14,556
267

209



44,927
43

4,593



13,962
17,048
522


10,893
1,268
30
2,313
15


216,994
3,782
10,146
1

12,800
49
15
8,884
76


1,237 39,333 50,311 649,350 687,446 688,683
......... 130 ......... ......... ..........

1,237 39,333 50,441 649,350 687,446 688,683


2,706


46,021


52,616 676,842 720,157


722,863


'Includes $8 billion of investments in public debt securities by Tennessee Valley Authority for $4 billion in October, $3 billion in November and $500 million redemption of public debt securities in January.
... No transactions.
(")Less than $500,000.
Note: Investments are in public debt securities 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 1990
[$ mllllonsa

Com-
Fical con-
Year parable
Ctaelfication Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Period
Dae Prior
F.Y.


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

Total-budget receipts this year ..

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

(Of-budget) .................

Total-budget receipts prior year ....

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

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

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

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

Civil ... ............ .........
Department of Education..........
Department of Energy ............
Department of Health and Human
Services, except Social Security:
Public Health Service...........
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ..
Federal hospital ins. trust fund .
Federal supp. med. ins. trust
fund .............. .... ..
Federal supp. med. ins.
catastrophic coverage........
O their .........................
Social Security Administration ....
Family Support Administration ....
Human Development Service ....
Other ... ....................
Department of Health and Human
Services, Social Security:
Federal old-age and survivors ins.
trust fund ..................
Federal disability ins. trust
fund ................... ...
Other ... ................


35,493 34,448 37,385 56,044 28,830
729 2,385 18,878 3,118 1,231


23,100
859
350
2,970
835
1,493
2.598


24,303
2,088
401
2,939
693
1,421
2.535


25,266
161
378
2,763
850
1,293
2.156


31,767
742
354
2,624
805
1,440
2.644


26,473
2,230
352
2,260
664
1,228
1.902


192,199 172,836
26.342 29,619


130,908
6,080
1,835
13,557
3,847
6,875
11.834


128,756
6,763
1,839
14,300
3,273
6,476
8,900


68,426 71,213 89,130 99,538 65,170 393,477 ......

50,122 51,989 69,052 74,243 44,133 289,540 ......

18,304 19,223 20,077 25,295 21,037 103,937 ......

63,582 64,320 93,655 89,306 61,897 ...... 372,761

45,783 46,935 74,541 65,187 38,392 ...... 270,839

17,799 17,385 19.114 24.119 23,505 .... 101,922


149 163 168 205 160 846 857
80 117 108 202 177 684 569
13 12 11 16 8 59 56

1,719 238 696 739 356 3,748 -1,413
540 81 157 400 166 1,343 1.218
-434 -26 -131 -64 324 -332 253



366 1,941 1,379 1,235 583 5,505 11,107
3,455 3,225 2,173 2,527 2,715 14,095 13,587
233 311 223 242 195 1,204 1,186


5,232 6,772 7,933 5,038 6,130 31,105 31,862
6,301 8,093 9,327 7,469 8,068 39,257 40,610
6,324 8,036 8,692 6,845 8,235 38,132 38,700
1,295 1.686 1.796 1.785 1,724 8.286 7.949

19,152 24,586 27,749 21,137 24,1571 1 116,781 119,122


2,004
1,957
1,275


1,189


3,128
5,215

3,368

-1
2,634
-214
1,124
501
-3,594



17,549

1,940
368


2,066
2,259
1,048


923


3,259
5,158

3,498

45
2,302
1,177
1,070
420
-3,576



17,755

2,021
-25


2,037
2,037
1,183


1,194


2,917
5,314

3,326

7
3,739
2,193
1,298
525
-4,583


2,069
2,137
781


984


3,367
5,357

3,497


2,841
1,501
1,528
811
-3,733


17,930 18,244

2,021 2,085
-40 -1,310


2,050
2,116
893


1,081


3,171
5,517

3,108


2,729
1,395
1,473
764
-3,700



18,639

2,074
-206


10,227
10,506
5,180


5,371


15,843
26,562

16,798

51
14,244
6,052
6,493
3,021
-19,187



90,117

10,140
-1,213


9,647
9,665
5,111


5,060


13,629
22,382

14,282


13,708
6,938
6,122
2,657
-18,033



84,415

9,498
-2,361


__ __ __ __ L .1 .1 .1 A .1 A .





Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1990-Continued
[$ millions]

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


Outlays-Continued
Department of Housing and Urban
Development.............
Department of the Interior
Department of Justice ............
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund........
Other .. ................... .
Department of State..............
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund .............
Other ... ....................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt.......
Other ... ....................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Compensation and pensions .....
National service life ............
United States government life ....
Other ... ....................
Environmental Protection Agency ...
General Services Administration ....
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..................
Office of Personnel Management ...
Small Business Administration .....
Independent agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp...
Postal Service:
Public Enterprise Funds (Off
Budget) ...................
Payment to the Postal Service
Fund.....................
Tennessee Valley Authority ......
Other independent agencies .....
Undistributed 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) .................

Totals-outlays prior year ...........

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

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

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

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

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


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


1,737
652
494

1,266
283
356

1,574
1,039

16,460
-1,651

56
60
2
1,374
369
1

1,126
2,655
170

913


368

107
-235
4,674


-2,557
-139

-388
-53


1.714
615
629

1,416
104
365

1,259
1,234

20,202
-741

1,256
52
2
1,301
376
268

976
2,324
-6

268


526

37
205
2,647


-2,559
-3,367

-212
15


1.846
519
664

1,488
586
387

1,210
1,229

40,998
-338

2,465
64
3
1,120
442
-866

1,065
2,540
-2

624


-924

6
-32
2,651


-2,297
-25,207

27
3


1.530
427
491

2,085
122
261

937
1,415

16,753
-1,438

71
69
2
935
415
-9

904
2,825
34

661


-225

113
-67
-1,678


-2,549
-345

-418
1


1.586
353
519

1,924
265
360

911
1.116

17,315
443

1.352
72
2
1,163
352
121

923
2.516
55

767


-307


-62
3.628


-2.613
-848

-271
5


8.413
2.567
2,796

8,179
1,360
1,729

5,891
6,032

111,727
-3,725

5,201
316
13
5,893
1,954
-485

4,994
12,860
251

3,233


-562

263
-191
11,921


-12,575
-29,907

-1,263
-28


8.144
2.270
2,403

6,730
1,736
1,581

5,608
5,407

100,493
3,323

5,650
297
13
5,588
1,864
-481

4,407
11,783
76

8,906


-1,060

218
23
5,930


-12,830
-24,106

-1,161
-17


94,428 100,958 103,903 90,118 101,588 490.995 .......

74,641 81,055 92,306 71,803 82,025 401,829 .......

19,787 19,904 11,598 18,315 19,563 89,166 .......

- 26,002 29,746 14,774 + 9,420 36,417 -97,518 .......

-24,518 -29,065 -23,253 +2,440 -37,892 -112.289 .......

-1,483 -680 +8,480 +6,980 1,474 14,771 .......

90.590 93,454 105,097 86,500 89,769 465,410

73, 705 75,320 92,124 68,849 71,609 381.608

16.885 18,134 12,973 17,651 18,160 83.802


-27,009 -29,133 -11,442 +2,806 -27,871 92,650

-27.922 -28,385 -17,583 -3,662 -33,217 -110,769


+6,468 +5.346


+ 18,119


SI C I 2 I I 2 ____ 1 ___ ___ I ____ I ____i ___


+913 -749 +6.141




Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of February 28, 1990
[$ millions]

This Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Close of
This Year This Month This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and investments held:
Airport................................ 438 293 145 2,491 1,444 1,047 12,913 13,821 13,962
Black lung disability .................. .. 50 51 -1 272 251 21
FDIC ................................ .... ...... ....... ...... () () 12,800 12,800 12,800
Federal disability insurance .............. 2,122 2,074 49 10,165 10,140 24 8,428 8,383 8,396
Federal employees life and health ........ ...... -323 323 ...... -801 801 13,104 13,612 13,928
Federal employees retirement ............. 1,148 2,623 -1,475 15,446 12,809 2,636 219,106 223,234 221,737
Federal hospital insurance ............... 5,357 5,517 -161 30,194 26,562 3,633 82,914 86,786 87,055
Federal old-age and survivors insurance .... 19,758 18,639 1,119 104,302 90,117 14,185 148,565 161,370 162,782
Federal supplementary medical insurance.. 3,661 3,108 553 19,347 16,798 2,549 10,365 12,442 12,579
FSMI catastrophic coverage .............. ...... ...... ...... 407 51 356 1,033 1,388 1,388
Highways ............................. 1,208 961 247 6,845 6,323 523 15,978 16,857 17,048
Military advances ..................... 476 722 -246 3,501 3,477 24 ............ .............
Railroad retirement....................... 510 584 -74 2,050 2,900 -850 8,589 8,733 8,884
Military retirement ...................... 1,501 1,803 -301 20,696 8,780 11,916 53,487 65,662 65,411
Unemployment ......................... 2,346 1,924 423 8,179 8,179 1 44,994 44,455 44,927
Veterans life insurance .................. 31 109 -78 687 456 231 12,109 12,420 12,338
All other trust .......................... 297 246 51 1,826 1,191 635 4,965 5,483 5,446

Total trust fund receipts and outlays and
Investments held from Table 6-D ..... 38,903 38,330 573 226,408 188,677 37,731 649,350 687,446 688,683

Less interfund transactions 6,464 6,464 69,196 69.196

Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of tables 4 & 5 32.439 31,866 573 157,212 119,481 37,731

Total federal fund receipts and outlays ..... 34,288 71,278 36,990 245,414 380,663 -135,249

Less interfund transactions .34 34 -22 -22

Federal fund receipts & outlays on the basis
of tables 4 & 5 34,254 71.245 36.990 245.436 380,685 -135.249


Less offsetting proprietary receipts 1,523 1,523 9.171 9,171

Net budget receipts & outlays.............. 65,170 101,588 -36,417 393,477 490,995 97,518


....No transactions.
(" )Less than $500,000.
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 budget outlays. In this table, 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.





Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government, February 1990
and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Cl M Fiscal Year Comparable Period
Cl cion This Month To Date Prior Fiscal Year

RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ............... ......... ....... 28,830 192,199 172,836
Corporation income taxes ................................ 1,231 26,342 29,619
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ...................... 26,473 130,908 128,756
Unemployment insurance ................ ......... .... 2,230 6,080 6,763
Other retirement contributions ........................... 352 1,835 1,839
Excise taxes .................................... ......... 2,260 13,557 14,300
Estate and gift taxes .................................... 664 3,847 3,273
Customs .............................. ................ 1,228 6,875 6,476
Miscellaneous .......................................... 1,902 11,834 8,900

Total ........................................... 65,170 393,477 372,761

NET OUTLAYS
National defense ..................................... 24,870 120,581 122,656
International affairs ...................................... 1,144 6,311 2,139
General science, space, and technology ................... 1,066 5,822 5,085
Energy ...................... ............... ........ 83 1,309 1,903
Natural resources and environment ........................ 1,034 7,524 7,126
Agriculture ..... ....................................... 949 6,029 11,482
Commerce and housing credit ............................. 3,040 9,382 10,443
Transportation ........................................ 2,097 12,223 11,439
Community and regional development ...................... 575 4,162 2,515
Education, training, employment and social services .......... 3,421 16,513 15,096
Health ................................................ 7,162 36,388 33,158
Medicare .............................................. 4,942 24,178 18,601
Income security ..................................... 13,609 59,994 55,197
Social security. .......... ............................... 20,646 99,801 93,422
Veterans benefits and services ............................ 2,608 11,488 11,580
Administration of justice .................................. 819 4,211 3,631
General government ..................................... -484 4,480 4,301
Interest ............................................... 15,924 74,435 69,629
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................... 2,884 -13,838 13,992

Total .......................................... 101,588 490,995 465,410


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


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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 account-
ing 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
categories: (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called
applicable receipts). Budget receipts are collections from the public that
result from the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental
powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also
called 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 appropria-
tions or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts deposited
in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or fund accounts
normally can be used without appropriation action by Congress. These
occur in two instances: (1) when authorized by law, amounts collected
for materials or services are treated as reimbursements to appropriations
and (2) in the three types of revolving funds (public enterprise, intragovern-
mental, 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) intragovernmental funds-
these are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria-
tion or fund accounts. They finance operations within and between Govern-
merit 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 en-
tity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the budget
totals.
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories:
(1) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group
(either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund
group; (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and receipts
both occur within the Federal fund group; and (3) trust intrafund transac-
tions, 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 by
Government disbursing officers, and cash payments made. Certain in-


tragovernmental outlays do not require issuance of checks. An example
would be charges made against appropriations representing a part of
employees' salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting collec-
tions and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by law,
refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and
management funds. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recog-
nized on the accrual basis. Outlays of off-budget Federal entities are ex-
cluded from budget outlay totals.

4. Processing
The data on payments and collections are reported by account sym-
bol 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 con-
sistency of the data reported:
1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported
by Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to
the payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers.
2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on
Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by
Federal Reserve banks.

5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government
Financial Activities

A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, March 1981
(Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, Gaithersburg,
Md. 20760). This glossary provides a basic reference document of stan-
dardized 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, in-
ternational statistics, and special reports.

Annual Budget Publications (Available from GPO, Washington,
D.C. 20402). There are five annual publications which provide informa-
tion concerning the budget:
-The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19_
-Special Analyses
-Historical Tables

United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20226). This annual report presents budgetary results
at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt and
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