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Monthly Treasury Statement









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RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSiDEFICIT
THROUGH MAY 1992


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Introduction
Tne ~ ~ ~ ~ .. ...nr Fj- J ttmn f ee n Outlays of the United States of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts, revolving and manageo ~ ~ ~ ~ i~ il Vrp 1r~teFnn ai agement Service. Department of ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended are
1' 'r ~ A &nI L~rVA y'he, Fscal A! distant Secretary of the Treasury, is treated as deductions from gross outlays, and interest on the public debt (public n 'no *i~-e ~.,< tc 1 O wr,3y of the month following the reporting month issues) is recognized on the accrual basis, Major information sources include
7 1,e dat rovided by Federal entities, disbursing officers, accounting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal
V I nn i >l~e xi ~- ~Reserve banks

Triad of Publications
AudienceThe MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports, The Daily Treasury In-A~l sp~O sn-ntomeet trhe needs of Those responsible for or interested Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provides T-,v(jr. Tosewhoareresonsile or r iterste in data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the Ii, (. ~rin Ct u~ge reulsand individuals and businesses whose operations Treasury, account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of
X" n!, Oinreae to the Government s financial operations Government receipts and outlays, based on agency reporting. The U.S. Government
Annual Report is the official publication of the detailed receipts and out lays of the Disclosure Statement Government. It is published annually in accordance with legislative mandates given
Ti sileml tsummari~es the financial activities of the Federal Government to the Secretary of the Treasury,
o it n igt Feeral enitties conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U S
i enet e_ receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means Data Sources and Information
0?1 n gtne deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented un a The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information concernb ncs asis receipts are accounted for on the basis of collections, refunds ing the flow of data into the MTS and sources of information relevant to the MTS.


TABLE 1 FOOTNOTE (STMPO81)











Table 1. Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and the Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus



FY 1991
October............ 76,986 108,350 31,364
November ..... ......70,507 118,230 47,723
December ......101,900 109,287 7,387
January. ....... 100,713 99,062 1,650
February_ 67.657 93,848 26,191
March, ......... 64,805 105,978 41,173
April 140,380 110,371 3,0
May .. .63,560 116,926 53.367
June .....103,389 105,968 2,579
July 78,593 119,424 40,831
August ......76,426 120,075 43,649
September 1109,350 1116,238 6,887
Year-to-Date............... ............... 21,054,265 21,323,757 2269,492
FY 1992
October 78,068 114,660 36,592
November ..........73,194 117,878 44,684
December ...103,662 106,199 2,537
January, 104,091 119,742 15,650
February, 62,056 111.230 49,174
March 72.917 123,629 50.712
April 138,430 123,821 1,0
May ....62,244 109,179 46.935
Year-to-Date ...............694,663 926,338 231,675

ii ,Al i~jslmrni m $ nii to increase outlays and correspondingly increase receipts 2The receipt, outlays and deficit figures differ from the 1993 Budget Supplement released by
'.,i~r l~ir, ', ~e ,or vwas erronenously recorded as an offsetting collection tn the Office of Management and Budget on January 29, 1992, by a net of $746 million, due mainly to .1 ~/ Iin d I Ils~i dl 011 1nenrrevisions in data foiiowing the release of the Final September 1991 Monthly Treasury Statement












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Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government. May 1992 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]


Current Budget Prior 0
Current
This Estrnates Fi -i t Yar
Classification Month Fiscal Ftis cal t Ya
Month Full F,-., 0oD teN
Year to Date
Year T u99ui1*


Total on-budget and of8t 6bud4t r8 'l






Off budget out sy 209 6 38. 3
Total surplus or t44 64 4 ( :
Onr budget rece pts 3686 493 137<''




On budget recpt 2ts2 2t 1 6. 44 12
Told outlays 1093 1 '9 96,1338 1 4 1'82

On-budget out ays~ 86489 7600940 1 2}9. 7 2(47
Off-budget outlays .. 22,690 lb65398 5153 19 0!
Total surplus ()or detict ( .46935 231675V 39973 /7554D

On-budget surplus < or deficit 1 .. 49622 2r 780I 449,125 2127
Off-budget surplus ( or ect .2,687 -3 128 4939237 1
Tota on budget and oft -budget financing 46,935 231 675 399733 15 4

Means of fnanong
Borrowing from the public 33840 213,066 390 041 171 125
Reduction of operating cash, increase ( 20,977 21 356 11 484 12302
By other means 7,882 2,748 1 792 7 88

These figures ae ased on the FY 1993 Budget Supplement released by the Office e N a n
Management and Budget on February 18 1992 N



Figure 1. Monthly Receipts, Outlays, and Budget Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992




$ billions

150

Outlays
120
%m

90-.

60

30 Receipts

30



-30

-60- Deficit(-)/Surplus

-90 1,1 1 1 1
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. May

FY FY
91 92








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Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992



$ billions
160
Total Receipts
140

120
Social Securit

100
.....' .. .......
80

60 .....'.
? ~~~..............
60


jIncome Taxes

Other Taxes and Receipts
0- [ 1 I 1 1 1 1 '1 I' 1 1 ''
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr.May FY FY
91 92




Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992


$ billions

Total Outlays
120



ocial Security & Medicare



60
60-~. Other Non-ens


40 I ~National Defenseil, 20



Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. ,Aug. ctL Dec. Feb. Apr.May FY FY
91 92







Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods
[S iiilhon'j

Current Comparable Budget
Classification This Month C cb E
Prior Period tmae
Year to Date Full Fisca Year


Budget Receipts

Crpoior come tjixes, cti1, '1 d8 3
rica i nsuance tXe and cntr o






(m Of-b de t) ...... ....... .on......o. .......t 25,37 20.52 1 / 96,563 3 0922
E "lpoymrent taxes and0 Contrt1 ci i''t'wu~t ,} f 827
U, eli p oymernI ,n.uraice !, 2 15 44L 2254

FA >e tres 4'12 81 25 999 46 ic98
Estat ac d Al~If t taxes 12 7 54 12 63

M ',e l4o.os receipt-,I i' 1' 583 14 933 1 643
Total Receipts ..........................62 244 694.663 686,506 1,075,706

(On-budget) ...........................36.866 493,137 489,944 774,784

(Otf-budget) .................... ......25,377 201,526 196,563 300,922


Budget Outlays

Legsai ,e Branch 26 1688 1 557 2760
ne Judiiary 112 1,488 1,245 2,371
Executve 0 ce of the President 18 133 129 199
Fund Appropr ted to the Preent 3 9215 10,238 11 482
Department of Agriculture 507 41,890 39662 61,794
Department o Commerce 225 1,741 1,812 2867
Department of Defense Military 23 39 187144 169,699 294,420
Department of Defense-Civi 233 18679 17541 27,890
Department of Education 1 903 19.305 18,060 26 528
Department of Energy 1,196 10015 8,106 15,719
Department of Health and Human Service-, cept ca
Security 20,247 168,162 142,043 263397
Department of Health and Human Serices Soc Securty 24,069 183 431 174,318 280,654
Department of Housing and Urban Deveopmen 2,271 16,398 15,221 24,159
Department of the Interior 497 4.245 4,044 7,094
Department of Justice 818 6587 5,673 9367
Department of Labor 4 148 30,805 22.565 44,384
Department of State 525 3,338 2,946 4,539
Department of Transportation 2745 20 573 19 680 33.367
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the Public Debt 23.791 188014 183,286 292,992
Other 991 3,422 5,515 1,110
Department of Veterans Affairs 2686 22,651 22,424 33,603
Env, ronmental Protection Agency 435 3899 3705 5948
General Services Administration 343 324 240 444
NatonaI Aeronautics and Space Administration 1,133 9,406 9,410 13.819
Office of Personnel Management 2.775 23,691 22,926 36,141
Siai Business Administration 6 269 446 502
Otner independent agencies
Resolution Trust Corporation 4374 417 19919 40467
Otner 1611 17953 14,592 55,724
At owances 96
Undistributed offsetting receipts
Interest 5257 43,983 39,378 77 224
Other 2 787 23728 24 539 38.760
Total outlays ............................ 109,179 926,338 862,053 1,475,439

(On-budget) ................... ........... 86,489 760,940 702,647 1,223,909

(Off-budget) ............................ 22,690 165,398 159,406 251,530

Surplus (+) or deficit ( ) ........ 46.935 231,675 175,546 399,733

(On-budget) ..... ........................................ 49,622 267,803 212,703 449,125

(Off-budget) ............................................ 2687 +36,128 +37,156 +49,392

Mai -i I and B12dqret o Ferary~.. I .... N.. -l,'l ------- --- ---- 1 to i, du I- ---d---







Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods [$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

Classification Gross Reeits(D dct Receipts Gross eps Refunds (eut Receipts Gross Refunds Rcit
Reeits (Ddut)Reeits (Ddut)Receipts (Dedc) Reit

Indiad income taxes.
29.470 274,980 275 833
r. cunFu 17 24 26
2 447 97,972 98,798

TotalI-ndiv idual income taxes..................31,934 19,922 12,012 372,976 176,380 296,597 374,658 72,330 302,328

Corporation income taxes. .............................. 3,606 915 2,691 68,621 112,710 55,911 70,680 10,789 59,891

Social in-surance taxes and contributions:
F rv ~ x~ utr utiens
Fe cr ~ .rr -urv .vors irs trust fundl
verr r.. 'eCributiens Act taxes 21,888 21,888 170,821 170,821 163,743 163,743
Sc Gup lrnl ont utions Act taxes ...1,035 1,035 11,177 11,177 13,847 -13,847
Des ie0 ttes 2 -2 4 ...4 1 1

Tr JASI trust fund 22921 22,921 182,002 182,002 177,589 177,589

Foder1 C sb ty surance trust fund
Fedra r surnr Contributions Act taxes 2.345 2,345 18,304 18,304 17,493 17,493
-c)nporot Contrbutions Act taxes ill11 1.219 ... 1,219 1,480 1,480
Drp 'bySates C' *') 1 .1 1 1
lC-e '*).( f ~ .~ **
T dta F DI trust fund 2 456 2,456 19,524 19,524 18,973 18,973

Federal orspita insurance trust fund:
Fe~dor 1,r-uranco Contributiens Act taxes 5,962 5,962 49.059 49,059 43.940 43.940
So Er p, yment Contributions Act taxes 326 326 3,628 3,628 3,687 3,687
De s by States _1 1 3 3 2 2
Total l-I trust fund 6,289 6,289 52,690 52,690 47,629 47.629

Railroad retirement accounts.
Rail industry pension fund 175 3 172 1,593 5 1.588 1.528 4 1,532
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit 166 166 1,226 .. 1,226 1,124 1,124

Total -Em ploymnent taxes and contributions 32,008 3 32,005 257,034 5 257,029 246,843 -4 246,848

Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury 6,202 .. 6,202 12,563 12,563 11,326 .. 11,326
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes 1,782 12 1,770 4,314 101 4,213 3,999 108 3,891
Railroad unemployment taxes .3 3 110 110 141 141
Bailroad debt repayment.,. 16 .16 34 34 83 ...83
Total-Unemployment insurance 8,003 12 7,991 17.021 101 16,920 15,550 108 15,442

Other retirement contributions:
Federal employees retirement employee
contributions.. 362 ... 362 3,093 3,093 2,983 .2,983
Contributions for non-federal employees 4 4 64 .64 74 ...74
Total-Other retirement contributions 366 366 3,158 3,158 3,057 3.057

Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ...................................... 40,377 15 40,362 277,213 106 277,107 265,450 103 265,347

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes 1,559 -32 1,591 15,477 171 15,306 11,814 405 11,409
Airport and airway trust fund, 469 1 468 3,122 7 3,114 2,994 7 2,986
Hignway trust fund 1,424 99 1,325 11,293 275 11.019 11,428 264 11,164
Black lung disability trust fund .... 56 .56 422 422 439 439
Total-Excise taxes..................................... 3,507 68 3,440 30,314 453 29,861 26,675 677 25,999

Estate and gift taxes......... ................................ 885 33 853 7,739 1227 7,512 7,785 212 7,574

Customs duties ............ ............................ 1,295 71 1,224 11,612 520 11,093 10,955 519 10,436

Miscellaneous Receipts:
Deposts o earrings by Federal Reserve banks 1,244 1,244 13,816 13,816 12,739 12,739
AllOto 418 1 418 2,772 5 2,767 2,201 8 2,193
Total -Miscellaneous receipts .............. ..........1,662 1 1,662 16,587 5 16,583 14,941 8 14,933

Total Receipts ...................... ...... ...... 83,268 21,024 62,244 785,062 90,399 694,663 771,144 84,637 686,506

Total- On-budget................................... 57,890 21,024 36,866 583,536 90,399 493,137 574,581 84,637 489,944

Total Off-budget...... ......... .......... .......... 25,377 .........25,377 201,526 201,526 196,563 ... 196,563

S~ ~ ~ ~~~n ,Il F 8 i iv rjliin innnie tax 'Includes arinunts for windfall profits tax pursuant to P L 96-223
1 t lrx n dnI. i, is r1,s I by No Trairsactions
I, toi il Iiin(,viP r r : ir y IfIS ') Less triarr $5d0,000
Not Debtails mray net add to totals due to reuring





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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods 1$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prier Fi'itdi Yeor t- rii.

ClassificationGross iApplicable Gross Applicable Go~ plral
Outlays Receipts, uly Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts;6


Legislative Branch
Senate 4'13
House ot 801'et~t~' n.'4A
Joint items
Congre2:,sonu, 2uqtOl11 Architect of the Capitoi 1 1 1 1412 ~ 1
Library of Conciress 89 89 .
Government Printing Office
Revolving fund (net) 10 1
General fund appropriations 7
General Accounting Office 29 29.
United States Tax Court 221
Other Legislative Branch agencies 2 2
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 1 4A
Intrabudgetary transactions (

Total-Legislative Branch. .............. ........... ... 262 2 260 1,705 18 1 688 1,568 12 1 55

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States 1 1 11- 19 ~ 1
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and otner judicial
services, 158 158 1,404 t 1 1,404 1 117
Other ..3 3 64 64 55
Total-The Judiciary...................................... 162 () 162 1,488 V 1,488 1.245 1 ,245

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the White House
Office.. 3 3 24 24 2
Of fice of Management and Budget 5 5 36 36 35
Other 10 10 73 73 72
Total-Executive Office of the President.................. 18 18 133 .. 133 129 ... 129

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance
Guaranty reserve fund_.... 51 34 16 668 448 219 5,791 62
Foreign military financing grants 198 198 3,557 3,557 73373
Economic support fund .....106 106 2,338 2338 3,544 34
Military assistance C' *) ') 128 128 58 5
Peacekeeping Operations 1 1 22 22 31
Other ....8 8 28 28 25
Proprietary receipts from the public 6 6 332 332 246 4

Total- International Security Assistance 365 40 324 6,742 780 5,961 8,717 307 84

International Development Assistance,
Multilateral Assistance
Contributions to the International Development
Association ...........630 630 53053
International organizations and programs, 9 9 180 180 20020
Other 63 63 411 411 342 3
Total-Multilateral Assistance 72 72 1,221 1,221 1.072 1'>

Agency for International Development
Functional development assistance program 120 120 962 962 1,0261 .r
Sub-Saharan Africa development assistance 43 43 325 325 28121
Operating expenses ..41 41 305 305 2722"
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund, 40
Other, 37 2 36 373 28 345 161 2 3
Proprietary receipts from the public 53 53 518 51854 4
Total-Agency for International Development. 241 55 186 1,964 546 1,418 1,781 571

Peace Corps 15 15 134 134 120 1
Overseas Private Investment Corporation- 2 39 38 169 206 38 35 1163
Other 8 5 4 56 8 48 45104

Total- International Development Assistance 339 99 239 3,544 760 2,784 3 052 02 0

International Monetary Programs 172 172 187 187 1081
Military Sales Programs,
Special defense acquisition fund 22 C22 186 165 21 118 221
Foreign military sales trust fund 1,031 1,031 8,282 8,282 7,817 1
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund ...37 37 243 54 189
Proprietary receipts from the public 1,478 1,478 7 838 7838 86129 C
Other C2 2 6

Total-Funds Appropniated to the President.........1,621 1,618 3 18,811 9,597 9.215 19,603 9.365 10.238


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued (S millions

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification
Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Outlays Outlays
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts
-------Department of Agricu I t u re:
53 53 466 466 414 414
32 32 273 273 254 254
28 28 259 259 240 240
Service 36 36 292 292 269 269
Foc I Si vice 37 37 320 320 304 304
Agt ..... e 15 15 530 4 525 468 467
_t_ 67 67 549 549 531 531
and Conservation Service
C i pi, )rams 28 28 1.733 1,733 1,702 1,702
G."i" I I I I 1 1 215 215 619 619 18 18
For,- v-- islance programs 42 42 552 552 507 507

Fa- H,)me Administration
F_ enterprise funds,
Agricultural credit insurance fund 690 138 552 2,079 1 801 278 2,851 2,024 828
Rural housing insurance fund 465 269 195 3,045 2,105 940 3,483 1,732 1,751
Rural development insurance fund 105 33 72 758 316 441 788 329 459
Other 1 1 15 2 12 9 2 7
Salaries and expenses 47 47 412 412 267 267
Rural water and waste disposal grants .. .. ...... 12 12 114 114 92 92
Other 9 9 59 59 57 57
Total-Farmers Home Administration., 1,329 440 889 6 480 4,224 2,256 7 547 4,086 1460

Rural Electrification Administration_ 117 321 204 1,879 2,276 2 729 2,567 162
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation .. .. .. 17 11 5 722 276 445 749 293 457
Commodity Credit Corporation
Price support and related programs 1,325 537 789 14.816 4,682 10,134 15,377 4,894 10,483
National Wool Act Program ...... 13 13 162 162 168 168

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program ..... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1.954 1,954 15,403 15,403 12,902 12,902
State child nutrition payments. 568 568 4,584 4 584 4,113 4.113
Women, infants and children programs .. .. .... 192 192 1 803 1 M3 1,563 1,563
Other 27 27 427 427 379 379
Total-Food and Nutrition Service ...... 2,741 2,741 22,216 22,216 18,957 18,957

Forest Service:
National forest system ..... 114 114 944 944 759 759
Forest service permanent appropriations 27 27 144 144 203 203
O ther ... ............... ... ....... ... .... .. .... 93 93 778 778 837 837
Total- Forest Service ..... ... ... ... 234 234 1,866 1,866 1,800 1,800

Other .... .. 64 1 63 431 20 411 342 20 322
Proprietary receipts from the public 77 791 817 -817

Total- Department of Agriculture ........................ 6,394 1,387 5,007 54,165 12,275 41,890 52,341 12,679 39,662

Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration 17 6 11 85 31 54 141 19 122
Bureau of the Census ........... ...... 24 24 224 224 367 367
Promotion of Industry and Commerce- 21 21 199 199 193 193

Science and Technology,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 148 6 142 1 084 20 1 063 93- 9 929
Patent and Trademark Office 2 2 63 63 18 18
National Institute of Standards and Technology, 10 10 125 125 ill ill
Other 6 6 58 58 65 65
Total --Science and Technology 165 6 159 1.329 20 1 309 1,131 9 1.122

Other 20 20 59 59 57 57
Proprietary receipts from the public 9 9 100 45 45
Inlrabudgetary transactions 1 1 4 4 3 3
Offsetting governmental receipts C *) I I I C C
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Total -Department of Commerce ......................... 246 21 225 1,893 151 1,741 1,885 73 1,812






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued

[$ milholnsj

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior F a Yes t r),

Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays G Apphc(, %e A1 1,
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays RecipTs

Department of Defense-Military:







D lo',in 0;~ An1 maintnanc
Depart er ..... th~e Armry 4 }8 2 i '
Depa-- Vn or rte Na:vy 1 21,342,

Ctperd ,,1 n8J 1171 110: I



Depar I of Ore Ar orce i 17,718 17 718


Doa efeypenos, 0 i 196 2,175 2,175i [!


OResearco it.-d mantestan ealaton
Deparile-! of the Arrmy 495} 49 t74,000 400 1'
Departn i If th Navy 21 6 2 154 1 648 96
Department of the Air Force 1 0 1 960 I8,0 8,0 8 I,
Defense agencies 9 91590 1 50536 5, 429
Total Operati de mntenace 7s a02 270 5824 59.74 2315 3 105
Procurement
Department of the Army 1218 18 8304 504 10
Department of the Navy 2 2537 2537 21342 21 342 226
Department of the Air Force 2039 2039 17 718 17718 1 685
Defense agencies 196 119 2175 2175 1989 989
Total-Prouremen t n 5990 5990 49539 49539 54664 4 64
Research, development, test. and evaluation:
Department of the Army 2495 495 4,000 4000 3,00 1
Department of the Navy 621 621 5166 5167 5123 51
Department of the Air Force 964 964 8002 8002 8833 o 83
Defense agencies 689 689 5556 5 556 53429 429
Total -Researc development test and evaluation d2s770 2770 22 724 22724 23105 23105
Military construction:
Department of the Army 1367 67 550 550 609
Department of the Navy. 122 122 689 689 555 55
Department of the Air Force 92 92 667 667 577
Defense agencies 119 119 749 749 605 205
Total-Military construction ... .... 400 .400 2 656 2 656 2 346 2 346

Family hosng
Department of the Army 122 22 1011 1011 1054 104
Department of the Navy... 69 69 517 2517 535 535
Department of the Air Force 82 82 572 572 611 611
Defense agencies .3 20 4 16 33 1 32
Revoling and management funds
Department of the Army 183 183 139 139 120 120
Department of the Navy 2133 33 13 13 44 2 42
Department of the Air Force 1 1 7 7 42 42
Defense agencies 7410 410 2936 1 2935 506 2 508
Trust funds
Department of the Army 34. ) ") ( <1 65 10 1
Department of the Navy 2 2 1 29 12 17 72 4 r8
Department of the Air Force 2 3 1 22 23 1 94 12 9
Defense agencies 3 3 46 46 1
Proprietary receipts from the pul c
Department of the Army 91 12 123 123 147 147
Department of the Navy ...... ...... ... 2t 21 263 263 66 66
Department of the Air Force ... .... 32 32 229 229 32032
Defense agencies .... ... .. ...7 7 96 96 178 1>7
Intrabudgetary transact ons:
Department of the Army .. .34 34 152 152 54054
Department of the Navy .. .14 14 692 692 371 371
Department of the Air Force 7 7 8 8 28 28
Defense agencies
Defense cooperation account C16 6 267 267 320 32
Other .. .. .19 19 400 400 2
Offsetting governmental receipts:
Department of the Army 9....97
Defense agencies:
Defense cooperation account i 'i ("i" 4,910 4,910 37810 37810

Total-Department of Defense-Military .............. 23,433 54 23,379 192,814 5,670 187,144 208,479 38780 169,699






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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods -Continued
[$ millions]

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

ClsiiainGross Applicable Otas Gross Applicable Otas Gross lApplicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts


Department of Defense-Civil

C r~iea90 90 693 693 792 792
). ~i rneance general 112 112 947 947 827 827
Ot.73 73 734 734 646 646
Prve ,c t rmthe public 14 14 110 -110 88 -88

Tas '.p f Engineers 275 14 260 2,374 110 2.264 2.265 88 2,177


P at aatayrtirement fund 11,169 11,169 10,782 10,782
Ce *,' Ca *~ .) 1 .11
Mtrrerrrrtfund_ 2,058 2,058 16,230 16,230 15,268 15,268
tr i 1~a transactions -11,169 -11,169 10,782 -10,782
Eo~terOrn s12 12 125 125 58 58
Ohr6 C' 6 70 3 67 43 (')43
Fpretr receipts from the public .....1 -1 7 75 -5

Total-Department of Defense-Civil..................... 2,351 16 2,335 18,798 120 18,679 17,635 94 17,541

Department of Education:
Of fice af Elermentary and Secondary Education
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged .... 496 496 4 513 4,513 3,579 3,579
mpact aid 53 53 647 647 652 ..652
Schuoil improvement programs ..... ill1 1,048 1. 048 970 .-. 970
Chicago i tigation settlement. 1 9 9 2 ...12
Indian education 7 ..7 48 48 45 ..45

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education .. .... .. 668 668 6,265 .... 6,265 5.248 ..5,248

Office af Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs 18 18 129 129 125 125
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Special education. -........ ....... 188 188 1,642 1,642 1. 660 1 660
Rehabilitation services and disability research .....156 156 1,360 1,360 1,345 1,345
Special institutions for persons with disabilities ...10 10 70 70 76 ..76
Office of Vocational and Adult Education.. ....... 116 116 597 597 810 810

Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ...._. .... ..... 7 7 12 49 37 17 44 27
Student financial assistance ........ 422 .. 422 5,133 5,133 4,448 ..4.448
Guaranteed student loans,....... 217 217 3,156 ... 3,156 3,462 .3,462
Higher education ..........44 ...44 452 .. 452 373 ...373
Howard University 18 18 136 136 122 122
Other .. ... ..2 .. 2 11 11 25 .. .25

Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ._-_. 704 7 696 8.900 49 8,850 8,447 44 8,404

Office of Educational Research and Improvement. 27 ... 27 198 198 189 189
Departmental management. ..... 35 ...- 35 244 .. 244 238 .... 238
Proprietary receipts from the public .... .... 12 -12 49..49 4934 34

Total -Department of Education...... ............... 1,922 19 1,903 19,404 98 19,305 18,138 78 18,060

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities 904 904 7,247 7,247 6.562 6,562

Energy programs.
General science and research activities. ..... 97 .97 854 854 721 721
Energy supply. R and D activities 201 201 1,756 1,756 1,486 1,486
tjraniun supply and enrichment activities 90 90 875 .875 832 832
Fossil, energy research and development ........28 28 270 270 273 ..273
F iegycnservation 33 .. 33 292 ... 292 234 234
Straegi petroleum reserve. 15 15 127 127 297 297
Nuciear waste disposal fund 27 27 207 207 182 182
Other 67 C* 67 413 2 410 364 3 361

Totli Energy programs 559 C' 558 4,793 2 4,790 3,795 3 3,792

Pae M qkt i Administration, 113 129 16 953 936 17 756 1,236 479
1,~i ti in t addr ni tration 32 32 283 283 285 285
Prreayrcit from the public .........219 -219 .. 2,065 2,065 1,832 1.832
lrabudetar transactions 62. .... .......62 206. 206 178 -178
Oftett r g gvernmental receipts 2 2 51 --51 43 4

Total -Department of Energy .......................... 1,546 350 1,196 13,069 3,054 10,015 11,220 3,114 8,106



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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions

This M onth Curr et Fis cl Yer to 0, ti' Pu '

Classification Gross Applicable Outlays r Apphibl, Out to
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security.
Fo arid Dr A tin 0s'ra!~o b8 rl 5 4: :

rda ieojth Serwce 15-4 154 I 4 )4
er r> or D sease Contro 108 0
Nat or tst tu.tes o! Hea th
Cancer research 108 1 8 11:
Heart Jng and bluo research 707 606 2
1 obtes digest ve andt k.dney d 'sease, 4n 4r 4. 4 .... ,
Ne rogical d sorders and stroke .. .35 35 351 35N3
A er y aid lectlous dseases 52 5r2 9$7 52
(etea} med ca scieences 55 5r5 5 !9 51 -, /6:
Chd Oea th a .d homan deve opment 29 29 3 180
Otheri research >nsttutes 102 102 828 882c
Research resources .24 24 221 221
Other .. .. ... .25 25 3 300 229

ota Nat ona Institutes of Health 546 546 5517 5 17 05

Aco-o Drug Abuse and Mental Health Admnstration 240 240 1.833 1833 1 784
Agency tor Health Care Policy and Research 8 8 66 66 5
Ass stant secretary for health 36 36 129 129 234 2

Tota.PubIc Health Service 1,440 C 1440 11204 3 11 201 1 112

Health Care Financing Administration
Grants to States for Medicaid 4,998 4,998 43,085 43 085 32409 3
Payments to health care trust funds 3,150 3,150 27,809 27809 24529 4

Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Benefit payments 6,733 6.733 52.488 52488 45629 45 629
Administrative expenses and construction 25 25 745 745 614 6
interest on normalized tax transfers
Guinquennial transfers to the general fund from FHI 100 1
TotaI-FHI trust fund 6,759 6,759 53,233 53233 47,343 47 343

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Benefit payments 3856 3,856 131,982 31,982 29 524 29 524
Administrative expenses and construction. 227 227 1,126 1,126 1,004 104
Total-FSMI trust fund. 4,082 4,082 33,108 33,108 30529 3 529

Other 29 29 39 39 89

Total-Health Care Financing Administration 18,960 18,960 157,196 157.196 134 899 1">'

Social Security Administration
Payments to Social Security trust funds 7 7 4431 4,431 4279
Special benefits for disabled coal miners. 70 70 556 556 56c6
Supplemental security income program ..... .. 1741 1,741 12,459 12,459 t 356 11
Total-Social Security Administration 1 817 1 817 17447 17447 16205 5

Administration for children and families
Family support payments to States 1,270 1,270 10,319 10319 8941
Low income home energy assistance ... 61 61 965 965 1473 1 4'
Refugee and entrant assistance ... 16 16 175 175 26 26
Community Services Block Grant Act Programs 31 31 303 303 :4.
Payments to States for afdc work programs 55 55 398 398 344
Interim assistance to States for legalization., 11 11 430 430 666 66
Social services block grant 252 252 1906 190 193
Acf service programs, 363 363 2654 654 2 2
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance 224 224 1,584 1 c84 139
Other C. .
Total- Administration for children and families 2 283 2,283 18,734 t7 '2 1

Office of the Secretary 9 9 105 105 19
Proprietary receipts from the public 1111 1111 8711 8801(
Intrabudgetary transactions,
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund
From FHI, FOASI, and FDl .....399


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions] _______________________________This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

Clsiicto Gross :Applicable! rs Gross lApplicable Ouly
Ouly eeps Outlays GrsOApicbe Oulys Otayyecit
Outlautlay Receipts ulay

Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security -Continued
F~ r- 'e1: r'~.icefor teaged1
F~!, ~-ni ~ eeia e lisrne trust fund 3,150 3,150 27,140 -27,140 23,904 -23,904

K c pr r~udlOtutfund 669 66962562

Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security.... .......... ........ ... 21,359 1,112 20,247 176,876 8,714 168,162 150,123 8,080 142,043

Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (off-budget):
Fene a a a1 SUrvVVff5 insurance trust fund
Bentple a21,257 21,257 166 292 166,292 155,947 155,947
An -t teepeesand construction 117 117 1,209 1,209 1,185 1. 185
te Ano l e ax transfers 418 418
0 1.nlna tansersto the general fund from
F-GCo 2,114 2,114
1otal -FOASI trust fund 21,374 21,374 167,501 167,501 159M64 159,664

Federa, disability insurance trust fund,
Bereft payments 2,646 2,646 19,833 19,833 17,578 17,578
Adm 0- rative expenses and construction 65 65 568 568 535 535
Irr...st on normalized tax transfers ._ ......45 45
On o'quennial transfers to the general fund from FDI 775 775
Total--FDI trust fund .2,711 2,711 20,400 20,400 18.933 18,933

Proprietary receipts from toe public. 1.11.. Intrabudgetary transactionS2 .1 16 -4,470 -4,470 -4,279 .. 4,279

Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security(of-budget) ........................... 24,069 1 24,069 183,431 1 183,431 174,318 () 174,318

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal housing administration fund... ... .... 608 580 28 6,572 4,934 1. 638 5,297 4,115 1,183
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ..400 51 349 1 045 437 607 992 425 567
Other ... .. ..7 6 2 29 47 18 -10 47 -57
Rent supplement payments .....4 4 37 37 34 34
Homeownershrip assistance- 6 6 53 53 81 81
Rental housing assistance _......51 51 434 434 433 433
Rental housing development grants. ... ....... C ')I C 12 12 20 20
Low-rent public housing ..... 73 73 582 582 610 610
Public housing grants ...........160 160 1,318 1,318 1,154 1,154
College housing grants ......... ......3 3 14 l314 14 (314
Lower income housing assistance .....894 894 7,108 7T108 7.286 7,286
Section 8 contract renewals 135 135 927 927 151 151
Portability program fees 2 2 5 5
Special purpose grants, 1 1 7 7
Other .....2 2 11 11 10 10

Total-Housing programs, 2,346 636 1,710 18,156 5.419 12,737 16,073 4,587 11,486

Public and Indian Housing programs:
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projects 223 223 1.436 1,436 1,304 1,304
Lola rent public housing-Loans and other expenses .3 1 2 145 30 115 234 31 203

Total-Public and Indian Housing programs. 226 1 225 1,581 30 1.551 1,538 31 1,507

G~ve'imr tNatioral Mortgage Association
Ma geetarnd liquidating functions fund_ C* C1U3 2 2 U333
Gurnes fmrgage-backed securities 260 192 68 1,354 1,637 283 1,378 1,635 257
Parti ut ~aa fnd

t.t ,~ori~n National Mortgage Association 260 192 68 1,354 1,639 285 1,378 1 63825

(,or n n t Pidn n an Development
Pu nerp se u d 15 8 7 143 71 72 63 75 1
(ior ,rurtyU eoprirt Grants 239 239 1,992 1,992 1,937 1,937
tr-r16 16 135 135 274 274

it (r 'uyPla nnig arid Development 270 8 2 (12 2,270 71 2.198 2,274 75 2,199




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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[S IIhoi j

Thi Month Current F Il Year to Date Prior F ii s' i
Classification Uros. Applicbl Outlays ,ross, AppIicable Outlays Gro Appi yii)
(Jutljyi Reeipts Outlays Reci pts Outlay Re ipts


Department of Housing and Urban Development,
Continued

Other 1 1,' 4 f
Propr iiry r'e n p1t rorr 1tl Iit / 1' 1'

Total--Department of Housing and Urban
Development 3,129 858 2,271 23,728 7,330 16,398 21,551 6,331 15,221

Department of the Interior:
Land ard r e .... r' r i i ...
Bureau of Lanrd Mdaaerrent
Managerierit ot and', ardro 'urces 5> 5 35} 1( J
Fire protect on 84847
OthEr 1 1 188 88 8
M neras' Manragement Serv ce 47 4 42 422' 466I 46,
Office of Surface M niig Recaion and
Enforcerment 197 197 22
Total-Land and minerals manaqenent 128 128 1 242 1242 1 1r2 ii

Water and science
Bureau of Reclanation:
Construction program 35 35 198 198 203
Operation and maintenance .2 21 158 158 149 149
Other 42 8 34 387 80 307 394 73 321
Geological Survey., 41 41 425 425 338 338
Bureau of Mines 16 3 13 139 21 118 124 19
Total- Water and science ....... ...... .. 155 11 144 1,307 101 1,206 1,207 92 1 11(

Fish and wildlife and parks
United States Fish and Wildlife Service 111 111 690 690 672 072
National Park Service .. ..... 108 108 888 888 735 735
Total-Fish and wildlife and parks 219 219 1,578 1,578 1,407 1407

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Operation of Indian programs .. .... 81 81 738 738 899 899
Indian tribal funds, 39 39 293 293 316 316
Other ......... 18 1 17 228 13 215 209 10 198
Total-Bureau of Indian Affairs 138 1 137 1,258 13 1246 1,423 10 1,413

Territorial and international affairs 10 10 233 233 229 229
Departmental offices 7 7 62 62 68 68
Proprietary receipts from the public, 148 148 -. 1,218 1,218 1,299 1299
Intrabudgetary transactions .. ..... .. ... 2 2 100 100 52 52
Offsetting governmental receipts ........ 4 4

Total-Department of the Interior ........................ 657 160 497 5,581 1,336 4,245 5,445 1,400 4,044

Department of Justice:
Legal activities .............173 173 2,097 2097 1,786 1786
Federal Bureau of Investigation 1... 50 150 1,218 1 218 1,163 1 163
Drug Enforcement Administration, 34 34 467 467 426 426
Immigration and Naturalization Service 103 103 852 852 808 808
Federal Prison System 194 7 188 1,474 49 1,426 1,036 43 993
Office of Justice Programs ...... 69 69 519 519 436 436
Other 158 158 318 318 297 29'
Intrabudgetary transactions 2 2 9 9 17 1
Offsetting governmental receipts 55 55 301 301 219 219
Total-Department of Justice ............................. 879 61 818 6,937 350 6,587 5,935 262 5,673

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration,
Training and employment services 295 295 2,384 2 384 2,269 22n
Community Service Employment for Older Americans 28 28 260 260 241 241
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances 6 6 74 74 104 104
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operations 123 123 47 47 17
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds 15 15 150 150 3C






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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

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

ClsiiainGross Applic -able Otas Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays
Ouly eesOutlays Receipts Outlays Rcit


Department of Labor-Continued


q ,r~t 3,295 3,295 24,906 24,906 17,115 17,115
I l ~~i>>360 360 2,177 2,177 1,814 1,814
K eriiir>t'Iv e~r~>11 11 158 158 147 147
F~'01. t n15 15 115 115 107 107
1K o ~et no7 7 66 66 68 68
2 2 16 16 15 15

io ~r-t fund 13689 3,689 27,439 27,439 19.266 19,266

7 7 51 51 50 50

F- LP. I" v-t and Training Adminitration 3,918 3,918 30,311 30,311 21.977 21,977

Be> Gra Corpo(ral on 62 3 155 -93 510 894 385 471 91043
F non 'o innI~gzAar'iirration
Sooe accposs19 19 155 155 152 152
a eo s222 222 76 76 45 45
i~k 1fl i:ait tust fund ...51 51 418 418 410 410
trn9 9 77 77 70 70
0c 4o r !(Slty anda Health Administration 22 22 206 206 173 173
F.r~oo ao Statistics 22 22 147 147 138 138
Ott or 1 43 43 313 313 288 288
Prop etary receipts from the public C~ C(*) 2 -2 33
Intobdgelary transactions 6565 -512 512 24724

Total -Department of Labor ..................... ..... 4,303 156 4,148 31,701 896 30,805 23,477 913 22,565

Department of State:
Adm inistration of Foreign Affairs
Salaries and expenses .. 149 149 1,279 1.279 1.270 1,270
Acquisilion and maintenance of buildings abroad ..21 21 194 194 237 237
Paymniet to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund 113 113 109 109
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 31 31 253 253 243 -243
0Other 13 13 70 70 57 -57

Total-Administration of Foreign Aftairs ..214 214 1,910 1,910 1,916 1,916

International organizations and Conferences ... 199 199 1,023 1.023 724 724
Migration and refugee assistance ....94 94 387 387 334 334
international narcotics control, 14 14 87 87 75 .. 75
Other 4 4 45 45 49 49
Proprietary receipts from the public_() 1' 22
Intrab idgetary transactions f ( ) 113 113149 149

Total- Department of State ............................ 525 ... 525 3,339 () 3,338 2,948 2 2,946

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration
Highway trust furnd,
F odera-aid highways 1,309 1,309 8,901 8.901 8.883 8,883
Otheor 16 -16 87 87 79 ..79
Otheor progranis 15 -15 89 89 52 52

Total-Federal fHighway Administration .....1,340 1,340 9,077 9,077 9,014 9.014

Nat r ana H i hway Traffic Safety Administration ... .21 21 155 155 155 155


(4r!' toNt r0 Railroad Passen,-rger Corporation C C 376 376 425 425
Ot r130 8 122 309 17 292 175 3 172

I a Foo iRailroad Admniristration 130 8 122 685 17 668 600 3 597















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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued

[$ millions]

This Month Current F seal Year to Dale Prior si. I ii

Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outly rb
Outlays Recelpts u Oullays Receipts Outlays Reruepi


Department of Transportation:-Continued
F Gdera i I A
Fo.rnia gradnts 1>7 1
a ilctonar Jit 1, 1 I
Other 22 1

Fenera A. ato A 1Tn stritor
Operate ons 132 1'

A Trport and a rway trust lu ru
Grantsin ad for aiports, 104 104 10 1 1 I
Faclhtes and equpmet 14 14 1 181 1
Research eng neetrni and deweop ier 15 1 133I} 19
Operations 6 es e 1 1

Totail-Arport and a33 trSt 1uA 478 4 77775

Other 1. 1. 1 t
Total--Federa! Avation Admnsrat on ri1 1)" 11 5324 1 :,2 49 8!4

Coast Guard
Operating expenses ...183 183 15976 t 1;6 447.'t:
Acquisition construction and improvements 53 53 904 94
Retired pay ...... .33 33 292 23. 281 S
Other 1 186 4
Total-Coast Guard ... 269 "" 268 2349 4 /345 26

Maritime Administration 90 54 36 732 4 t1 1 832 5 '
Other .. .. 12 1 12 206 9 I 7 0 1 1<8
Proprietary receipts from the public .3 ("}3 6 2 4
Offsetting governmental receipts 24 4 56 5n

Total-Department of Transportation ............. 2,832 88 2,745 21,072 499 20,573 20,361 681 19.680

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental offices
Exchange stabilization fund ....... 353 1 354 1 310 10 1320 1454 1' 4''
Other 29 29 44 44 23

Financial Management Service,
Salaries and expenses 19 19 161 161 154
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation 1,751 1 1293
Claims, judgements, and relief acts 7 7 559 559 352
Other 23 23 126 126 131

Total-Financial Management Service, 49 49 2 598 2 598 1931

Federal Financing Bank 113 113 217 217 216 21'
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms,
Salaries and expenses 22 22 231 231 207
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico 15 15 140 140 145 145
United States Customs Service 129 129 1,228 1,228 1,225
Bureau of Engraving and Printing 4 4 16 16 32
United States Mint 6 6 69 69 0
Bureau of the Public Debt 41 41 175 175 125

Internal Revenue Service
Processing tax returns and assistance 161 161 1,150 1250 1213
Tax law enforcement 254 254 2397 239 2 322
Information system 73 73 721 Ut 445
Payment where earned income credit exceeds ability
for tax 725 U2 "451 T41 4 r2Refunding interna revenue collections. nterest 148 148 2357 235 1 5o2
Other 1 "i 11 94 3 90 89 4
Totai Interna Revenue Ser1,c !372 1371 14 170 3 14th' 1 216 4













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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Period s-Conti nued [$ millions]

Thi MothCurrent Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Gross Applicable 1Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Ouly
Ouly eeps fasOutlays Receipts Outlays Outlays ReceiptsOuly


Department of the Treasury: -Continued
& je rv34 34 329 329 300 300
Cv v' 0t urfly23 1 22 223 179 43 188 147 42
0.Ir pr sn18 2 16 166 157 9 150 203 -53


P1 u5a~dbs)17.709 17,709 141,104 141.104 140,787 140,787
,d sscata's61083 6,083 46,911 46,911 42,499 42,499

eesO t", pu1blOc debt 23,791 23,791 188,014 188,014 183.286 183,286

4 4 29 29 26 26
frp .'r7n 1 orn the public 586 561,919 -1 919 2,329 2,329
Re ~ ~nr otogt federal entities 463 -463
i~~3~a~ rnatoe1,627 1,627 11,746 -11. 746 -14,943 14,943
0hnto oennntal receipts 45 45 423 423 ...425 425

Total -Department of the Treasury.................... 23,436 636 22,801 194,129 2,693 191,436 180,895 3,125 177,770

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration:
Met ca care 1,065 1,065 9,032 9,032 8.236 8,236
Other 50 20 30 535 167 368 345 153 192

Veterans Benefits Administration
Public enterprise funds
Loan guaranty revolving fund, 76 55 22 852 743 109 1.565 1.319 246
Other ..... 84 57 26 722 473 250 174 332 -158
Compensation and pensions 1,382 1.382 10,926 .. 10.926 12,039 12.039
Readjustment benefits 77 77 531 531 427 427
Post-Vietnam era veterans education account. 12 12 98 98 133 133
Insurance funds.
National service ife_ .... 75 75 1,059 1,059 843 843
United States government life ... 2 2 20 20 19 19
Veterans special life. .. .. ... 7 4 3 106 99 7 81 97 1
Other, ......... 5 5 3 3 10 10

Total-Veterans Benefits Administration- .... 1,719 116 1,604 14,318 1,315 13,004 15,292 1,748 13,544

Construction 39.... 39 39 420 C 420 450 C450
Departmental administration ...........36 36 656 656 674 674
Proprietary receipts from the public.
National service life..-............ 38 38 280 280 274 -274
United States government life. C ') C ~ C) *) C *) C *) C 1)
Other 50.. 50 530 530 324 324
Intrabudgetary transactions .... C ')C ')19 _19 75 -75

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs.................. 2,910 224 2,686 24,942 2,291 22,651 24,923 2,499 22,424

Environmental Protection Agency:
Salaries and expenses .....86 86 765 765 647 647
Abatement, control, and compliance .... .......84 1 83 604 4 600 498 498
Construction grants ......156 156 1,567 1. 567 1,506 1,506
Hazardous substance superfund .......99 99 863 863 891 .891
Other 33 C ) 33 489 17 471 1,095 15 1,081
Proprietary receipts from the public...... 22 22 118 118 .54 -54
Intrabudgetary transactions .........250 250 861 -861
Offsetting governmental receipts 22

Total -Environmental Protection Agency................. 458 23 435 4,039 139 3,899 3,776 71 3,705

General Services Administration:
teal prperty activities, 296 296 233 233 2 2
PFro- prpryi(tvtt 8 8 68 68 153 153
rfrnotnReo rce management Service ...40 40 -8 8 78 78
lea roet esucsactivities 2 2 13 13 11 11
(en t t s13 13 36 36 32 32
Prnu o n eupsfroi: tf'e public 1 1 18 18 36 36

Total-General Services Administration ............344 1 343 341 18 324 276 36 240










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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[ $ mnillonii

This Month Curient F'5ia Y io I
Classification Gross Applicableo A
Out H 4"pt- outlay Rec'pt

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:

Spc tirt Con r nd li (o n n 11r 4 +:I i
Construct1onu of, Ia fe ;4 1 1
Research n d pr(. jrainii, ma r i 0.3en t121
Other

Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ......... 1133 1,133 9,406 9,406 9 410

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment ',r nuants epoyees health
benefits 304 4
Payment to cvi service ret rment and I sab ty fund
Civil service ret remen and dab ty fund 2 855 2 2
Employees hea th benets fLund 1 124 1224 101 1 t4
Employees lfe insurance fund 104 38 24 !.,' :'"
Retired employees health benefits fund 1 1
Other 3
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund
General fund contributions C
Other 4 4
Total-Office of Personnel Management ............... 4,380 1.605 2,775 34,799 11,108 23,691 33 279 10 354 22,926

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund 63 70 7 696 546 11
Disaster loan fund 46 47 326 3, 53
Other 5 1 4 38 13
Other 10 C 10 122 122
Total-Small Business Administration ................... 124 118 6 1,182 913 269 1 348 902 446

Other independent agencies:
Action 17 17 129 129 12)
Board for International Broadcasting 13 13 140 14
Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 327 3
District of Columbia
Federal payment .69! no
Other 289 289 12 335 3
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission_ 29 29 144 144 11
Export-Import Bank of the United States 127 57 70 1,267 1.313 4m 1 1 1 46
Federal Communications Commission 14 3 11 84 32 5
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund 1027 609 418 13 838 8209 562 624 m 4
Savings association insurance fund 22 2 21 16 203 187 2 2
FSLIC resolution fund 722 136 587 4501 1,612 2888 2
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Public enterprise funds .... 28 29 1 269 202
Disaster relief 75 75 49
Emergency management planning and assistance 15 15 166 1 1 1
Other 26 26
Federal Housing Finance Board 1 113 6
Federal Trade Commission 5 55 7 4'
Interstate Commerce Commission 2 2 23
Legal Services Corporation 29 29 212 11
National Archives and Records Administration 18 18 1 24 1,
National Credit Union Administration
Credit union share insurance fund, 13 8 4 217 4 134 1
Central liquidity facility .6 6 255 364 1 bi
Other 6 C 6 17 1
















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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

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

Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Otas Gross Applicable Outlays
iOutlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts


Other independent agencies: -Continiued
No i F- :i',i~ rrmeArs13 13 115 115 118 118
-aiL~~i'o~r m Humanities 12 12 92 .. 92 91 91
r~,u Rd Bad11 11 107 107 99 99
~,~i<.~,atn171 171 1,359 1.359 1,273 1,273
N.)vF rr om~ n 35 44 9 362 317 46 297 58 240
oa ~C ~Ca::~ m43 421 335 339 4 331 351 -20
P :
Pin~n:'s ns (off-budget) 2 927 3.644 -717 29,300 31,781 2.481 28,714 30,073 1,358
;tu-al Service fund 393 393 393 ...393

Ba ~ ~ B-!:r- e board
Fee' u da sdy 25 25 205 205 216 216
F-ar ayet to the railroad retirement accounts. .* C ~ 180 180 78 78
Req n r ;trnsprtation protective account C C* C) C** C
Ba outr en n tund,
Ad.ne rmFOASDI fund 8888 -690 -690 661 661
CAD c-i ations 88 ... 88 690 ... 690 662 662
Ad n s,trate expenses 5 5 47 47 45 45
nt -s n refunds of taxes, -~)( ) 4 -4
$upt emoental annuity pension fund. 242 242 1,867 1,867 1,800 1,800
0OtherII 1 1 6 ..6 3 3
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Social Security equivalent benefit account.. 382 382 3,048 3,048 2,948 ...2,948
Otner ........ -180 1078 78

Tolai Railroad Retirement Board .. .. 655 655 5.172 5,172 5.008 .. 5,008

Resolution Trust Corporation ...... 654 5,028 -4,374 35,782 36.200 -417 50,863 30,944 19,919
Securities and Exchange Commission_ 9 9 73 ...73 100 100
Smithsonian Institution ...30 30 251 251 228 ...228
Tennessee Valley Authority,.... 785 531 254 2,984 1,915 1,069 4,367 3.691 676
United States Information Agency 72 C *) 72 669 7 662 624 2 622
Other ...56 5 51 777 117 660 736 172 564

Total-Other independent agencies ..................... 7,670 10,433 -2,763 100,947 83,411 17,535 110,639 76,128 34,511

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Other interest C C C' C

Employer share. employee retirement:
Legislative Branch
United States Tax Court
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund .. C C) I .. C )(
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund 1,403 .. 1,403 -10,919 10.919 -11.549 ... -11,549
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance fund (of fbudlget):
Federal employer contributions ...... 436 -436 -3,371 .. 3,371 -3,202 .30
Federal disability insurance trust fund (off-budget):
Federal employer contributions .,- ....-47 47 -364 -3643435
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Federal employer contributions, .82182 -1,.465 1 .465 1,.376 1,.376
Department of State
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 7 7 64 .. 64 57 5
Office- of Personnel Management
C~r service retirement and disability fund ... 707 707 -6,123 -6,123 -5,717 -5.717
c, deedent agenciesCoo of' veteran,, appeals retirement fund.. C

Total -Ernpioyer share, employee retirement 2.832,783 -22.306 -22,306 22.247 22,24


















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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods -Continued [S milhonsJ

This Month Curnent F scdl 0ur to bure Pr or F s
Classification Gross Appicable Outlays IAp ll.
Gross Apphable utlas Gros Aphcab~ Outays ross Appi caus 0~
Outlays Receipts Outlays Recepts Outlays R1 -4 r ,


Undistributed offsetting receipts:-Continued




inrs reea e Hiytrs fandsH
The1 Jd ry
Judea a >,,ror n ty r n
Department of Defense CLbr
Corps f Engn ers
Military retiremernt fund 414
du.aton benefits fund 205
Soiers and airmen s ho e perrranrus fun
Otrrer ""
Department of Health and Human Serv es
Federa od dage arid survivors nsurarnc t. rust 1urd
(off- budget). 1167 IrI2 :1 : 4
Federal disabity insurance trust nund off-5udetr I3 1
Federal eosp tal lsurance trFst fund C3 9
Federal supp ementary medical r surarnce trust fund 20. m9 n 80 nf
Department of Laoir
Unemployment trust fund ace !t 1 12 2t9:
Department ot State n
Foreign Service retirement and disab ty fund 1 16 27 1 34
Department of Transportatorr
Highrway trust fund .. ... 5 9 79 70o
Airport and airway trust unrd .1 1 r. .. 141 64
Oil spin ability trust fund tu fn 4 ") 4 44,95
Department of Veterans Affa irs
National service life insurance fund 1 1 41 54 1 24
United States government life Insurance Fund r........ 80 4 8 61 67 6 7 7
Environmental Protectlon Agency ...( )( )22 2
National Aeronautics and Space Administration 128,126 19 1 7 1084 1 1 1 8
Offlice of Personnel Management:
CiviT service retirement and disability fund 116 1 6 11,62 11871 1,27 11 027
Independent agencies
Railroad Retirement Board 4 ( ) o 4..... ............... ..... 4 5 2 675 1,44
O their -bud ..... .. .. .............. ......... .....1 .1 (2 2 3 102 1 0
O their ... .... .............. ... 9 9- 67 77 1 1
Totai--Interest received by trust funds 4993 4993 4369' 43 691 39275 39275
Unrealized discount on trust fund investments ...... 263 (" 'r 263 292 ) 292 103 1 (3
Rents and royal t Res on the outer continental shelf lands e4 4 1422 1 422 2292 2 22

Total--UndGstributed offsetting receipts..................8.040 4 8,044 66.289 1.422 67.711 61.625 2.292 63.917

Total outlays ...........................................128,126 18,947 109,179 1,078,441 152,103 926,338 1039322 177.269 862.053

Total on-budget.......................................101,791 15,303 86,489 881,262 120,322 760,940 849,843 147,197 702,647
Total off-budget ........................................ 26,334 3.644 22,690 197,179 31,781 165,398 189,479 30,073 159.406

Total surplus (+) or deficit.......................................... 46,935 231,675 175,546

Total on-budget----------------------------------------------------49,622 267,803 212,7d3

Total off-budget----------------------------------------------------+2,687 +r36,128 +r37.156

MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays IS m ions]j
Current
F scal Year (Cormparab e Pernou
to Date Pr or F sca YerProprietary receipts .. .. .. ... 734 2 .2
Receipts from off-budget federal entities..... .46
lntrabudgetary transactions ....122569> 121 305
Governmental receipts ... .607 38564
Total receipts offset against outlays 155 973 18 55

the .0 ay rthre! edera S 4pp~mennary Med maitnsurame tru,,t turd nave- 'noer derasd ed- r mn-n r ,, r .$n1 r r1 rr t n and rthe o)tray to. rh FeIderal Ho.prda Irnsurance rrus r unad nave hoercorespund r ijiy d- nr yseu NO t

O tnd es FrAanr 1SFCg a redt r (n~o nrr ur>on riny rot ,-vc cnr .p:-2 ,} tA- e'rr )or rrhe a ed a0 1 red I r r ,nr egotard OA he 'eft chrer ks










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Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, May 1992 and Other Periods [$ millions]

Net Transactions
denotes net reduction of either Account Balances
Assets and Liabilities liability or asset accounts Current Fiscal Year
Directly Related to
Budget Off-budget Activity This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of lose of

This month
This Year Prior Year This Month

Liability accounts;
Borrower : ',,- 11%e public:
Public 0(- securities. issued under general Financing authorities:
Obli, or-- of tne United States. issued by:
Ur' -ed States Treasury ...... __ .... ..... 42,461 269,131 263,919 3,650,303 3,876,974 3,919.435
Fe,:t-, F dancing Bank ......... 15 000 15,000 1 5 000
Total, public debt securities .. ..... ..... 42,461 269,131 263,919 3,665,303 3,891,974 3,934,435
Plus premium on public debt securities .... ........... -2 229 20 823 1,054 1,052
Less discount on public debt securities. .... ........... -384 1,452 16,231 84,960 86,796 86,412
Total public debt securities net of Premium and
discount ........ ......... ... 42,843 267,909 247.708 3,581,168 3,806,233 3.849,077
Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities (see
Schedule B. for other Agency borrowing, see Schedule C) ..... 46 -1,716 -7,731 17,751 15,989 16,034
Total federal securities ....... ............. ................ 42,889 266,192 239 977 3,598,919 1822,222 3.865,111
Deduct
Federal securities held as investments of government accounts
(see Schedule D) ... ............ ......... ............ 8,968 57 652 68,853 919,022 967,707 976,674
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts. ... ...... -81 4,526 ... 7,962 12,569 12,488
Net federal securities held as investments of government
accounts .. .... ........... ............. .............. 9,049 53,126 68,853 911,060 955.137 964186
Total borrowing from the public ......... ................ 33,840 213,066 171,125 2,687,859 2,867,085 2,900,925

Accrued interest payable to the public ..... .... .............. ...... -13,032 -5,569 -11,611 42,026 49,489 36,457
Allocations of special drawing rights ...... ........................ ......... 130 139 -253 6,703 6,711 6,841
Deposit funds .... ... ......... ........... ... __ ............ -98 -296 837 8,154 7,956 7,858
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks outstanding etc ) ..... __ 7,586 6,114 112 3,637 2,164 9,750
Total liability accounts ..................................................... 28,426 213,454 159,985 2,748,377 2,933,405 2,961,831
Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
US Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account .... ........... ............. ....... .... 891 -2,344 -1,019 7.928 4.692 5,583
Tax and loan note accounts .......... .............. -- ............... -21,868 --19,012 -11,283 33,556 36,413 14,545
Balance. .... ........... ................ ........................... -20,977 -21,356 12,302 41,484 41,105 20,128

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings ... ...... .............. ............... 384 593 151 10,722 10,930 11,315
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve banks ... __._ ......... -1,500 -10,018 -10,018 -10,018
Balance ..... ......... .................. .............. 384 593 704 912 1,297
Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
US subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments .... ............. __ __ ............. ... 19,699 19,699 19,699
Maintenance of value adjustments ... ............... 476 508 927 4,813 4,845 5,321
Letter of credit issued to IMF ....... ........... ............. 33 106 328 -15,045 -15,184 --15.151
Dollar deposits with the IMF.. ... ............ ....... ........ -1 9 5 60 68 69
Receivable, Payable ( --- ) for interim maintenance of value
adjustm ents .............. ................... .............. -304 --321 1,035 -326 -630
Balance. ........... ............ ............. 204 72 431 9 098 8,966 9,170
Loans to International Monetary Fund ..... ........ ...... C *) C *) C *)
Other cash and monetary assets.. ... ... ..... ........... ............... -1,102 19,611 8,074 5,188 25,902 24,799
Total cash and monetary assets ..... ....... ....... -21,490 -5,448 56,474 76,884 55,394
Net activity. guaranteed loan financing .......... ...... -38 761 799
Net activity, direct loan financing ...... ........... ....... ........ 362 1.135 773 1,135
Miscellaneous asset accounts ... ............... ....... 2,679 17,289 5,291 17,778 --2,190 489
Total asset accounts ....................................................... --18,488 --18,034 10,739 74,253 74,707 56,219
Excess of liabilities (+) or assets ( -) ...................................... +46,914 +231,487 +170,725 +2,674,125 +2,858,698 +2,905,612
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit (see
Schedule a for Details). .. .. .... ....... .......... ...... 21 188 4,822 166 188
Total budget and off-budget federal entities (financing of deficit (+)
or disposition of surplus ......................... ................... +46,935 +231,675 +175,546 +2,674,125 +2,858,865 +2,905,800

to determine Treasury s operating cash income include the No Transactions
....... ie Banks, reporting from the Bureau of Public Debt, ') Less than $500,000 Ti- ,sury Financial Communication System and reconciling wires Note Details May not add to totals due to rounding 0[,,,ratrng cash is presented on a modified cash basis, deposits
withdrawal,, are reflected as processed



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Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities of the U.S. Government, May 1992 and
Other Periods
[S millions]

Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This Month--- I
This Year 'Prior Year
Excess of liabilities beginning of period:






Ro o yldreaei '' to in i_5I I o 81

Tota 01 r t 1us i Tl (~'1 2)po 17 833




Total-on-budget (Tat, 2) 492 6803 212 7U3

Total-off -budget (Table 2) 2 61 3 128 37,156

Transactions not applied to current year s surplus or deftci
Seignorage 21 187 311
Proceeds trom sales~ o1 loan assets with recourse C C
Profit on safe of gold C''
Net receipts from cancelled checks 4 511
Total- transactions not applied to current year s Surplus or
deficit 21 188 -4,822

Excess of liabilities close of period.......... ............... ...... 2,905,612 2,905,612 2,580,326




Table 6. Schedule B-Securities isued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, May 1992 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]

Net Transactions Account Balances
denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Coeo
This Month Ti ot

This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities: Obligations of the United States, issued by
Export-Import Bank of the United States C Cl
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Bank insurance fund_ 2 1,531 95 93 9
FSLIC resolution tund 3966,264 6,124 2.168 26
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense,
Family housing mortgages C C* C)~ 7 7
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Federal Housing Administration 8 91 49 336 4194.
Department of the Interior
Bureau of Land Managenment 13 13
Department of Transportation
Coast Guard
Family housing mortgages CI
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by
Legislative Branch,
Architect of the Capitol 1 7 14 149 143 142
Department of Detense
Homeowners assistance mortgages C 1 1
Independent agencies
National Archives and Records Administration 3023038
Postal Service 22022
Tennessee Valley Authority 39 2,159 10,503122 9r3
Total, agency securities. ...... ......................46 1,716 7,731 17,751 15.989 16.034



Nob~~~~~d to. ti. a o n o ras due to r iunriri








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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)- Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
May 1992 and Other Periods
[$ millions)
Account Balances
Transactions ICurrent Fiscal Year

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

Borrowing from the Treasury:
F. ah AO.opr atiud to ri e President
tta or Seurty Assstanrce:
ua ranty r s re tfu .. . .. .461. .. .. .
tarcyfr Intern t orat Deve opmtr
otus nq ad aoter crent guaranty programs. 32 130 130 130
Ov.ers>eas Prvate inv.estment CorporaOtion .. ... ....(" ......( ") (*)
p re o Agrut
Co no a ty, Credt Crporaton .951 1,514 5,171 21,794 19,329 20.280
1-arr Homen Ada a strat an
A r cutfre credt isurance tund 97 6.640 -5185 11,990 5,254 5,350
R ,ra osnq insurance fund 107 2.247 1,795 3,811 1 457 1.564
Runa aeeopmert insurance fund 2 -510 1.215 2,036 1 524 1,526
eaera Cr p Insurance Corporation
Federa- crip insurance corporation fund 113 113 113
Rural Electrification Administrafion
Rural communication development fund 25 25 25
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund,, 1 3 124 7,865 7,866 7,867
Rural Telephone Bank, 2 2 759 759 761
Department of Commerce:
Federal ship financing fund, NOAA 6 6 6
Department of Education
C -o housng and academic facilities fund 46 137 137 137
Cal ege usingg loans 594 594 594
Department of Energy
Isotope production and distribution fund 6 6 6
Bonneville power administration fund 208 60 1,672 1.880 1,880
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Housing programs,
Federal Housing Administration 7323 1.073 7,323
Housing for the ederly and handicapped 237 1,316 439 7,458 8,537 8,774
Public and Indian housing
Low-rent public housing 100
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation Loans 1.... ......... 1 1
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Revolving funds for loans (**) 6 6 6
Department of Justice
Federal prison industries, incorporated 20 20 20
Department of State
Repatriation loans .(* ) (C C .
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration:
Settlements of railroad litigation 3 39 -39 39
Regional rail reorganization program (* ) 39 39 39
Federal Aviation Administration
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program .( ) 1 C ) 1 C ') C )
Department of the Treasury
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund 7,262 -14,616 9,263 179.234 171,879 164.617
Department of Veterans Afta rs:
Loan guaranty revolving fund 114 573 460 573
Guaranty and indemnity fund, 5 19 13 19
Direct oar revolving furd C ) 1,730 1,730 1,730
Vocaiura rehabiitatwi revolving fund C 1 1 1
)mat Busirness Adninistratiuri
BusIiess luau atd revtig fund 11 11 11
Oftrer ndependernt aget n'e
Federal Energery Maageeniet Agency
Nat uoal insurance development fund 3 144 8 152 5 8
Pen sylvan a Avenue Developnrent Corporation
Laid ag tiotn atnid dew lprent fund 7 66 73 73
la iroaid Retirernent Bouard:
Railrto d retirettint ita uit .. .. 2,128 2,128 2,128
So a Sertty euivlenit benefit a unt ..... ....r 240 1,934 1.857 2.532 4,226 4.466

Johi F Keniedy (etetr parking faitie .... 20 20 20
T riese Vaiey Authoarty 150 150 150
Total agency borrowing from the Treasury financed through
public debt securities issued.................... ............ 5,502 28,907 9,514 251,996 228,591 223,089

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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities'
May 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]

TranactonsAccount boainTranactonsCurrent I a Ye a r
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning off
T his M onth .h r............ ......or.t..r..................
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to, the President
Foreigo military sai e- 1' 149t4
Department ofAgute
Rural Electrification Administration 33189 17 ~
Farmers Home Adni rystratio
Agriculture credit nurcefund 2203230 n n1*y
Rural housing insurance' fund 2'030 620.r~
Rural development insurance fund
Department of Defense
Department of the Navy 48 L1r
Defense agencies 48 4
Department of Education
Student Loan Marketing Association, 30 30 4 ~ -n
Department of Health and Human Services,
Except Social Security
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund, 3 314
Department of Housing and Urban Development,
Low rent housing loans and other expenses 50 47 19313
Community Development Grants 213 2520 9
Department of Intenior,
Territorial and international affairs,11i35
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration. 2 1 212
General Services Administration
Federal buildings fund 6 38 98 628 566
National Aeronautics and Space Adlministration Space flight, control and data communications 33.. 1,063 33
Small Business Administration.
Business loan and investment fund,......... 18 120 116 940 889
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ..2,623 159 11 261 863 83
Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationBank insurance fund ...... ....3,572 8,296 116 db
National Credit Union Administration. -109 -7 1145
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation 4 30 26 33596
Postal Service 1,350 -297 8.201951i1
Resolution Trust Corporation 4,778 8,096 16,426 62 882 5954548
Tennessee Valley Authority- 2892,880 9914322 11731 11442
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority. .. 177 177 177
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank.................. -7,262 1,1 9,263 194,239 186.885 179623

Note This table includes lending by tne Federal Financing Bank accomplisrhed by tne purchase No Transactions
of agency financial assets, by tme acquisition of agency debt Securities and by direct ioans on *) Less than $500,000 behaf of an agency Tne Federal Financing Bank' borrows from Treasury and issues its own Note Details may not add to totalS due to ( nr securities and in turn may ioan tnese tunds to agencies in lieu of agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing tneir own securities


































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Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, May 1992 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]

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

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

Federal funds:
De at t A r 1.. ... 3 C 7 5 4
t .. (' ) 1 9 7 7
De part uet Defens Mhtary:
490 3,425 9,571 7.607 4.672 4.182
Departn nt rg ...62 420 429 3,024 3,382 3,443
Derpauieit iof ,osn n Urban Development,
Hos rg Fnedea o.s on -strat on fund.
F 1 442 258 6,647 6,206 6,205
vrnert N a Mortgage Association
alageunurst andg qutdat ng functions fund.
p d e ..2 3 3 6 6
Agey tei ..65 65 65
Gra tees ol moi rtgage-nacked securities
P.li de:Ot er.. 1... 118 224 260 2,328 2,669 2,551
Ager 13 -3 74 87 87
One ( 4 33 217 222 222
Depa rent ot trhe winter
Pubc det secure tes ..93 1,360 68 1,187 2,454 2,547
Deparent ef Labor 13 4,914 444 10,367 15,268 15,281
Departnti ot Transportation, 23 2 102 771 792 769
D p o e Treasury .... ...... ... 885 230 381 2,507 1,391 2,277
Department of Veterans Affairs
Canteen servce revolving fund ...... -3 -3 2 49 49 46
Guaianty and indemnity fund ............. .............. ....... ... -65 -208 151 385 242 177
Veterans reopened insurance fund ........... -2 10 -6 504 496 494
Servicemen s group lfe insurance fund .......... ...... C ) 7 191 191 191
Independent agencies,
Export-Import Bank of the United States... -62 65 171 90 217 155
Federal Emergency Management Agency
National insurance development fund .................... 49 183 383 432 432
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund ............................. 431 -1,676 1,635 6,108 4,863 4,432
FSLIC resolution fund:
Public debt securities 79 -420 -616 939 440 519
Savings association insurance fund -21 187 37 48 256 236
National Credit Union Administration ............ 10 252 2i3 2,160 2.423 2,413
Postal Service. ....... ...... ................... 7 4,341 1,536 3,339 7,673 7,680
Tennessee Valley Authority ................... 309 1,838 1,729 2,879 1,351 1,041
Other .... ... C *) 59 254 751 810 810
Other ........ -10 -11 208 2,386 2,386 2,376
Total public debt securities ... -408 3,610 9,621 54,885 58,903 58,495
Total agency securities 13 3 139 152 152

Total Federal funds ............................................... -408 3,623 9,619 55,024 59,055 58,647

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch
Library of C congress ... ....... ........... . -) 5 1 1 6 6
United States ax Court .....(") (*) (" 4 4 4
Other (") (") () 26 26 26
rt-e Judiciary
J uticia retirement funds 4 16 12 174 186 190
Departrnr. of Agrculture 1 ( ) 2 5 6 5
Deparlm ernt of Cu m ri e .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. (" ") t* *) .. .(" *) (* ")
Department o Defense Military ( ) ( ) 1 8 9 8
Depart enr t f Dotirse C vil
Military r reent r fundj ...3,735 14.470 13,783 76,056 86,791 90.526
Other 78 423 179 995 1,340 1,418
Departrn o f Ireaith add Human Services, except Social Security:
Feder fl h ti i i isur e trust fund
PublI deit se nit ..138 8,306 6,382 109,327 117,495 117.633
Federal iipmntar5 medical insurance trust fund 223 1,968 2,331 16,241 18.432 18,209
Otr nr 13 101 144 501 589 602







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Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, May 1992 and
Other Periods-Continued


NetPurhass o SaesSecurities Held as Inesmd nt
Net urchsesor SlesCurrent Fiscal Yeari
Classification Fsa ert aeBgrnqO
This ~ Month Clos DofBqnnjo
This onthThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust Funds-Continued

Federl o da~e a U buy vos urare t, rust fun 1

Feder tslt ir.:e trust fund 4 ,11 4





Department of State
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 21 20.1 21! ~ 4.154
Other
Department of Transportation
Highway trust fund 9811,256 1 8 1362 6
Airport and airway trust fund 75 1!213 1141499 56
Other 42 1 3 214 13 3210
Department of the Treasury 39J 39 41 2 198
Department of Veterans Affairs
General post fund national homes 2 1 3134 34
National service life insurance
Public debt securities, 31 232 35 111010,949 10,918
Government life insurance fund 1 13 12 148 136 135
Veterans special life insurance fund 3 6 16 135 35 351
Environmental Protection Agency 16 365 674 394284,264
National Aeronautics and Space Adnministraton, 1 166
Office of Personnel Management
Civil service retirement and disability fund
Public debt securities, 1 570.. .. ... .. 1,415 2,572 258,549 258p 704 257 134
Employees health benefits fund ...........121 311 779 5,570 575 5 880
Employees life insurance fund...... ..... 276 887 788 11,463 1207,4 12.349
Retired employees health benefits fund ... 1.1. Independent agencies
Harry S Truman memorial scholarship trust fund .......1 3 2 51 46 4
Japan-United States Friendship Commission, C* 1 17 17 1
Railroad Retirement Board ....450 934 487 10,434 10,917 1136
Other .. .....1 17 7 88 10410
Total public debt securities ............9,376 54,030 59,234 863,997 908,652 91802-7
Total trust funds........................................ ..... 9,376 54,030 59,234 863,997 908,652 918,027
Grand total............................... ....... .................... 8,968 57,652 68,853 919,022 967,707 976,674

No Transactions Note Investments are in public debt seCurir eS unless otnerw senoe
Less mran S500.000 Note Details may not ado to totals due to rounding




































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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1992
____[$ millions]

Fiscal parabl
Yearpaal
ClsifctinOc. No. De. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. set
Clasifiatio Oc. Nv. Dc. Tot Period
To Prior
Date F.Y.


Receipts:
a c.a obtats39.332 31,987 41.818 60,748 22.391 20,317 67,993 12,012 296,597 302,328
C 'ortirom O 1,171 1,516 21,635 2,709 1,052 10,939 14,198 2,691 55,911 59,891
Soc anscrnce ax, an contributions
Emp' nttie, ar,: contributions, 27,022 28,835 30,418 30,797 29.964 33,557 44,432 32,005 257,029 246,848
Une-p Iren 1 uac 971 2,293 228 619 1,945 265 2.608 7,9911690 5,4
Ote e rmn otributions 443 374 350 415 373 415 422 366 3,158 3,057
Ecetes3,640 4,200 3,909 3,341 3,389 4,071 3,871 3,440 29,861 25,999
Estate and g txes 923 984 747 925 729 875 1,477 853 7,512 7,574
utmsCts1,607 1,412 1,405 1,367 1.291 1,412 1,374 1,224 11,093 10,436
Means ri eepts 2,962 1,593 3,151 3,170 923 1,066 2,057 1,6621653 4,3
Total-Receipts this year ............. 78,068, 73,194 103,662, 104,091 62,0561 72,917 138,430, 62,244 ___ 694,663 ...

(On-budget),....... ............. 57,216 50,898 80,172 79,937 38,290 46,353 103,405 36,866 493,137 ...

(Off-budget) ...................... 20,852 22,296 23,490 24,155 23,766 26,564 35,025 25,377 201,526 ...

I R. 76~ ,9X6o '0 .0(1 101,900( 100. '1 6-,657 64,805 140,380 63. 560 686 500

U) io 7, () 5 4i.5301 C 0,09 7(),22 45,5 94 139,011 108, -4 41.95 489,944

19,960 24,977 19841 30,690 22,003 25, 794 31,634 21,603 196,563

Outlays
Legislative Branch 244 212 159 204 207 195 207 260 1,688 1,557
The Judiciary_ 131 155 161 141 226 164 349 162 1,488 1,245
Executive Office of the President 15 18 18 18 14 16 17 1813 12
Funds Appropriated to the President
International Security Assistance.,. 452 1,306 480 820 431 366 1,782 324 5,961 8,410
International Development Assistance. 607 220 387 400 357 192 382 239 2,784 2,349
Other .... 191 220 78 -84 207 284 134 ~-561 470 -521
Department of Agriculture.
Foreign assistance, special export
programs and Commodity Credit
Corporation ........ 1,047 2,060 2,558 1,216 734 1,489 900 843 10,847 11,158
Other 5,329 3,866 3,203 3,156 3,171 3,973 4,180 4,164 31,042 28,505
Department of Commerce ......2651 205 2051 212 147 1 195 2881 225 11 1,741 1,812

Department of Defense:
Military,
Military personnel .... 6,567 9,565 6,490 7,197 6,066 3,732 6,272 6,804 52,693 58,292
Operation and maintenance..... 7,604 7,216 7,030 8,008 6,946 8,066 7,872 7,082 59,824 67,527
Procurement. ........... 6,386 5,535 6,925 6,107 6,362 6,519 5,714 5,990 49,539 54,664
Research, development, test, and
evaluation .... 2,626 2,759 3,059 2,502 3,009 3,119 2,879 2,770 22,724 23,105
Military construction,. 236 301 348 287 372 319 392 400 2,656 2.346
Family housing .._ __.. 251 218 244 286 276 294 275 273 2,116 2,232
Revolving and management funds. -92 706 256 975 396 322 309 195 3,068 -544
Defense cooperation account. -1,237 -1,242 -1,290 -193 -337 -~35 -828 -16 -5,177 -38,130
Other 424, 277 32 36 1721 229 62 -1191 1 298 208
Total Military 22,7651 24,780 23,0941 24,806 23,2621 22,109 22,948 23,379 187,144 169,699

Civil, 2,405 2,300 2,262 2,376 2,294 2,346 2,361 2,335 18,679 17,541
Department of Education ...2,413 2,213 2,642 2,818 2,358 2,279 2,679 1.903 19,305 18B,060
Department of Energy 1,692 1,352 1,393 978 1,162 1,035 1,206 1,196 10,015 8,106
Department of Health and Human
Services, except Social Security:
Public Health Service ..... .1,519 1,247 1,409 1,279 1,284 1,560 1,463 1,440 11,201 10,108
Health Care Financing Administration,
Grants to States for Medicaid 5,283 5,681 5,512 5,194 5,199 5,565 5,653 4,998 43,085 32,409
Federal hospital ins trust fund 6,653 6,011 6,407 6,489 6,645 7,619 6,650 6,759 53.233 47,343
Federal supp med ins, trust fund 4,402 4,283 4,381 4.456 3.642 3.107 4,756 4.082 33,108 30,529
Other 3,237 3,181 4,988 3,111 3,096 3,911 3,125 3,121 27,769 24.618
Social Security Administration 3,130 2,737 1,649 2,668 1,667 506 3.272 1,817 17.447 16,205
Administration for children and
failies 2,001 2,000 2,176 2.916 2,578 2,254 2,528 2,283 18,734 17,320
Other -4,238 -4,227 -6,006 -4,201 4,245 5.014 4.231 4,253 36,415 36.488
Departre ....t of Heledth and Human
Sefrvie S- 'ocial Security
F-1r- ni age and survivors ins trust
fid20,265 20,537 20,433 21,130 21,165 21,293 21,303 21,.374 167,501 159.664
Flia iiity iris trust fund 2,386 2,405 2,441 2,609 2,585 2,588 2.676 2,711 20,400 18,933
tilr1,675 7 26 1,135 20 89 1, 503 -16 4,470 4,279
Deprtr i fIiusiigard Urban
DLiipr Zi 212 1,805 2,103 2.032 1,907 1,938 2,131 2,271 16,398 15,221
Deat nti r 'Itrior 654 613 534 403 455 503 585 497 4,245 4,044



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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fisca Year 1992- Continued




Classification Oct. Nov, Dec, Jan Feb Mrc Ap M J, July A S



Outlays-Continued
Department 7 8s6 e 1 58 '8r
Department f Labor
Urnpyme- trust>1 lu1d 2 13 iS 8 3{t 44
Otner 670 119 40 '!1 1. ;
Department of State o33 o30 38 4io3
Department of 1ransprtation
Highwvay tru-,1 fund 1 408 1 311 1 149 '74 82 o. 8 < ,
Other 1482 1 36 141 1 .

Department of the Ireasury
1 12
Interest on the pub c debt1 18 596 225o6h o03, 180 A. Z5 I ; i'% 4;
Other 1.127 937 108 9 4- 4,} ":4
Department of Veterans Affairs
Compensaon and peons ,325 2 566 1 3
Natioral >er, ce hfe 68 58 5 86 4
United Sates government life 3 2 1
Other 1,652 1412 118? 1 1
Enwironmenta Proeton Agency 564 498 57 o61 424
General Services Adrnanistraton 154 354 226 191 51
National Aeronautics a nd Space
Administration 1,251 1 194 1308 1035 1 44 1 4 34,
Office of Personnel Management 2,972 2.709 2999 296n8 2 0 2 29
Small Business Administration 163 23 23 1
Independent agencies
Fed Deposit Ins Corp
Bank insurance funds 1,214 3042 443 1 502 1634 0 10
Savings association fund 4 1 3 10 1
FSLIC resolution fund 156 540 9 463 582 C 7 2888 4' 4
Postal Service
Public enterprise funds (off-budget) 533 647 473 !02 7 71'
Payment to the Postal Service
fund ...118 11 393 3
Resolution Trust Corporation 2121 1413 5917 2.128 87 8 4 4a 1' 1
Tennessee Valley Authority 93 362 27 140 5 6 2'4 1
Other independent agencies 2229 1.118 1.462 582 1409 1646 114 1 049 0 'A' 182
Undistributed offsetting receipts 1
Employer share employee retirement 2771 2.536 2,700 2895 2838 269 914 2 73 223 2.247
Interest received by trust funds 135 4559 32.318 125 56 3 14 4993 4494' 3'?"
Rents and royalties on outer
continental shelf lands 185 30 448 252 369 12 4
Other 31 50 67 1 11 9 263

Totals this year: }
Total outlays ............................ 114,660 117,878 106,199 119,742 111 230 123,629 123,821 109179; 926,338

(On-budget) ......................... 94,678 95,584 95,500 97,188 88.006 100699 102 795 86,489 760940
(Off-budget) .................... 19,982 22,294 10,699 22,5541 23,224 22,930 21,026 22,690 165,398
10 69 k _-_... .. ........ _........

Total-surplus (+) or deficit ( )..... -36,592 44,684 2,537 15,650 49,174 50,712 14,639 46,935 231,675

(On-budget) ........................ 37,461 44,687 15,328 17,251 49,716 54,347 60 49.622 267,803

(Off-budget) ................... +869 +3 +12,792 +1,601 -542 -3 635 +13,999 2,687 .+36 128

Total borrowing from the public ....... 41,283 25,791 22,923 11,449 21.351 50.138 6 292 33,840 213.066 171,125



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Table 8. Trust Fund impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of May 31, 1992 [$ millions]
Securities held as Investments
This Month Fiscal Year to DateCurnFiclYa
Classification
Beginning of Coeo
Receipt Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess
_Thi Yer Ths Mnth This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held:
A rporl 469 478 -10 3,759 3,805 -45 15,194 14,992 15 067
Bac rj1snt 56 51 5 424 418 6
Federat i-,an t nurance,, 2,518 2.711 13 20.592 20,400 192 13.105 13,642 13,446
Federal en- (poos fe and health 289 289 99949 17,033 17,834 18,231
Federal en, poyees retirement, ... 1,206 2,887 -1,681 21,640 22,802 -1,162 264 147 264,537 262,950
Federal opitansurance. ...... 6,572 6,759 -186 60,148 53,233 6,915 109,327 117,495 117,633
Federal old-age and survivors insurance I 1 23,538 21,374 2,164 200.956 167,501 33,455 255,557 286,624 288,762
Federal supplementary medical insurance 4.241 4,082 159 36,439 33,108 3,331 16,241 18,432 18.209
Highways 1.330 1,476 16 11,809 9,909 1,900 19,389 21,366 21,268
Military advances 1,478 1,031 448 7,838 8,282 -444
Railroad retirement 509 630 121 3.652 4,967 -1,316 10,434 10,917 11,367
Military retirement .5M86 2,058 3.748 31,.000 16.230 14,770 76,056 86,791 90.526
Unemployment 8,054 3,689 4,365 19,517 27,439 -7.922 47.569 35.332 39 789
Veterans life insurance ... ....39 80 -41 829 1,087 28 12,655 12,439 12,403
All other trust 404 24 379 3.368 2,151 1,217 7,290 8,252 8,376
Total trust fund receipts and outlays
and investments held from
Table 6-0 ............................. 56,219 47,042 9,178 421,972 370,382 51,589 863,997 908,652 918,027
Less Interfund transactions ........... 11,020 11,020 1 10.689 110,689
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 .... ..... 45,199 36,022 9,178 311,282 259,693 51,589

Total Federal fund receipts and outlays .... 19,788 75,901 -56,112 401,320 684,584 -283,264
Less Interfund transactions .. ._-17 17 .206 206..
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 ... ._ ....... 19,771 75,884 -56,112 401 .113 684,377 283.264

Less offsetting proprietary receipts ......_ 2,727 2,727 17,732 17,732

Net budget receipts & outlays............... 62,244 109,179 -46,935 694,663 926,338 -231,675

No transactions Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding
Note Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds such as Federal payments and contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipts side of Such transactions is offset against bugdet outlays in this table, Interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment to arriye at total receipts and outlays of trust funds respectively.













































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Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government, May 1992
and Other Periods
[$ millions]

Classification This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Ye~ir

RECEIPTS
Individua icome11 tdaCe ....... 12012 296 59' 0
Corporion f 1ncom ta11 xes 2691 55.911 9
So a( ,urance taxes and contrnbut ons
Employment taxes and contributiOnS 32005 257029 246 8
Unemployment insurance 7991 lb 920 15 442

Other retirement contributions 366 3158
Exse taxes .3440 2981 29
Estate and git taxes 853 7,512 754
Customs 1224 11 093 1046
Miscellaneous 1,662 16.583
Total ......................................... 62,244 694,663 686,506

NET OUTLAYS
National defense 24324 195077 177 098
International affairs 369 12583 12722
General science, space. and technology 1,401 11 355 10630
Energy 312 2,931 2 142
Natural resources and environment 1,460 13,449 12,392
Agriculture 1,778 13,395 13408
Commerce and housing credit 3,251 9,247 28,114
Transportation ...... 2,747 20,833 20,380
Community and Regional Development, 619 5,276 5,157
Education, training, employment and social services- 3 198 30,797 28,756
H ealth .... ........ .. .. .. .. .... 6 .684 56 ,869 44 ,6 14
Medicare...... ... .. ... 9,732 77,655 68718
Income security, 17,158 137,436 119378
Social Security .... ...... 24,076 187,862 175,245
Veterans benefits and services 2,704 22,852 22.535
Administration of justice 1,188 9,433 8,175
General government, 387 8,209 7,617
Interest, 17,080 134 807 129510
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2,787 23728 24,539
Total ...................................................... 109,179 926,338 862,053


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Explanatory Notes

1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statemen employees salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
Fo Aonny ~e~j~Stae ,o 15~~~ nne oiit nthe for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting
centa acou tngsy~em i em ~jr >urc> o I C ~emonh y collections and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by accon ug reodo eea o o r hr~ t.r n aily law, refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and
reprtsfro th Feor Roe ~e Or ~ Tie~ epr sni.to counting management funds. Federal credit programs subject to the Federal Credit trasac as afecin a-e PS ra ut ysof ne earo ovrment Reform Act of 1990 use the cash basis of acconting. Budgetary outlays of
an oti-unge Fedor tn t>en ieri Cr ate a+t~ n s~tnd subsidy and administrative expenses are recorded in the program
ablit es of the U S Germent InformatCion r prsr te'rtr TS on account. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recognized on the a moifid csh basr- accrual basis. Outlays of off-budget Federal entities and activity of the
financing and liquidating accounts subject to credit reform are excluded 2, Notes on Receipts from budget outlay totals.
Receipts included in the report are classified into the following major
cotegoriCsi (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called 4. Processing applicable receipts) Budget receipts are collections from the public that The data on payments and collections are reported by account symbol result from th e exercise of the Government s sovereign or governmental into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also this system for use in the preparation of the MTS. called governmental receipts, consist mainly of tax receipts (including There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the social insurance taxes), receipts from court tines, certain lcenses. and consistency of the data reported: deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System, Refunds of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts. 1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported by
Offsetting collections are from other Government accounts or the Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to the public that are of a business-type or market-oriented nature. They are payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers, classified into two major categories. (1) offsetting collections credited to 2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on appropriations or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by deposited in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or Federal Reserve banks. fund accounts normally can be used without appropriation action by Congress. These occur in two instances; (1) when authorized by law, 5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government amounts collected for materials or services are treated as reimburse- Financial Activities ments to appropriations and (2) in the three types of revolving funds (public enterprise, intragovernmental, and trust); collections are netted *A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, March against spending, and outlays are reported as the net amount. 1981 (Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, Gaithersburg,
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being Md. 20760). This glossary provides a basic reference document of appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories. (1) proprietary standardized definitions of terms used by the Federal Government in the receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against budgetmaking process. outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovernmental fundsthese are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria- *Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington. D.C. tion or funds accounts. They finance operations within and between 20402, on a subscription basis only). The Daily Treasury Statement is Government agencies and are credited with collections from other published each working day of the Federal Government and provides data Government accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury. 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 .Monthly Statement if the Public Debt of the United States Federal entity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402 on a subscription basis budget totals. only). This publication provides detailed information concerning the public
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories: debt.
(1) intertund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group (either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund *Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington. D.C. 20402, by group. (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and subscription or single copy). Quarterly. Contains a mix of narrative, tables, receipts both occur within the Federal fund group, and (3) trust intrafund and charts on Treasury issues, Federal financial operations, international transactions, where tne payments and receipts both occur within the trust statistics, and special reports.
fundgrou. *Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 19Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and (Aalbefo GPWsignDC202)Thsplctonsa
outlays by function, by subfunction, or by agency. There are four types of (Ailble rom GPO.h Waoidsing D..n002.ohrubiation itisa receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed sigevlmwhcpridsbgtinoainadcnan: offsetting receipts. They are. (1) agencies payments (including payments -Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19. by off-budget Federal entities) as employers into employees retirement -The United States Budget In Brief, FY 19 funds, (2) interest received by trust funds. (3) rents and royalties on the -Special Analyses Outer Continental Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i C.. interest collected -Historical Tables on Outer Continental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money is -Management of the United States Government transferred into the budget). -Major Policy Initiatives

3. Notes on Outlays *United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
Outlays are generally accounted fu)r ontebasis of checks issued by f rom Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Government disbursing officers, arid c si ayments niade. Certain Washington. DC. 20227). This annual report represents budgetary intragoverrirrental outlays do not requir 10 a00ie of ihicks. An example results at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt would be Gharrjes ma r~de against appropriat ions ie)O it iig a part of and appropriation accounts at the detail level.





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