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Monthly Treasury Statement
ot f ( (Reeipts and (utlays (f the United States ( j0\(1 flnm1.t For Fiscal Year 1992 Through June 30, 1992, and Other Periods




l Highlight


This issue includes t e semi-annual interest payment to trust funds investing in government se unities.


RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH JUNE 1992

1200
Contents
1000 Summary, page 2
B
800- Receipts, page 6
L 0 Outlays, page 7
L 600"
L Means of financing, page 20
I 400- o RECEIPTS
0 Receipts/outlays by month, page 26
N 200Federal trust funds/securities, page 28
S 0
.Receipts by source/outlays by
-20 function, page 29
-200
Explanatory notes, page 30
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Department of the Treasury Financial Management Service







Introduction

1 eMom u'ur Satmet f Receipts and Outlays of thre United States of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts,' revolving and manage(.enrrer ~d5 pe~ire t>meFinancial Management Service, Department of ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended are 11 ~- r..p,.r ad ate api a e. Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, is treated as deductions from gross outlays, and interest on the public debt (public
norma,. ... eae nre1S orikday of the month following the reporting month issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Major information sources include Te pui ato absdondta provided by Federal entities, disbursing officers, accounting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal an ;i i.& R~ct ~o; kz>Reserve banks.

Triad of Publications
Audience The MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports. The Daily Treasury
The, VATS ., puble to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government, It provides it, t' :,o, (f the TeasuryThose wo are rspodatae onr thencashteandn debtonoperationsd def theraTreasuryhe basedry upond reporepongiofofthe It,, loement s budget results, and individuals and businesses whose operations Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of depend upon or are related 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 outlays of the Disclosure Statement Government. It is published annually in accordance with legislative mandates given
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government to the Secretary of the Treasury. and off-budget Federal entities conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S. Government, i e, receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means Data Sources and Information ot financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented on a The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information concernmodified cash basis. 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. Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and the DeficiVSurplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1991 and 1992,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus IIFY 1991
October ... ......... ...76,986 108,350 31,.364
November ....... II... ..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 -30,009
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..... .... ... 109.350 116,237 6.887

Year-to-Date............................... 11,054,265 11,323,757 1269,492

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 14,609
May 62,244 21 09,029 46,786
June, 120,909 117,126 -3,783

Year-to-Date ...............815,573 1,043,315 227,742

or err o tla d i ltrIlqiffOler firn the 1993 Budget Supplement released by ?The nutiays for the Agricuitura Stabilization and Conservation Service have beei ... r.. ed
Oi iIMar, ai-r !i fi rieor Jaruary 29, 1992 iiy a net of $746 million due mainly to by $149 millon to correct previously reported amounts
I al t i ij 1 t i the rinal Septerrber 1991 Mnnthiy Treasury Statement






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


Current Budget Prior Budget
This Estimates Fiscal Year Estimates
Month Feal Full Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
Year to Date Ya'(91
Year (1991) Year (1993)


Total on-budget and off-budget results
Total receipts 120909 815573 1075706

On-budget receipts 91,428 584,565 774,784 566266 8394
Off-budget receipts 29,482 231,008 300922 223 630 32 776
Total outlays 117126 1,043315 1,475.439 968 021 151307

On-budget outlays 102,319 863,109 1,223,909 793,667 1 251 324
Off-budget outlays 14,807 180,205 251 ,530 174354 263983
Total surplus (I or deficit ) 3,783 227,742 399,733 178,125 349946

On-budget surplus (+) or deficit ( ) 10,891 278,545 449,125 227,401 411 740
Off-budget surplus ( ) or deficit ) 14,675 +-50803 -49,392 49 276 -61 793
Total on-budget and off-budget financing 3783 227,742 399 733 178.125 349,946

Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public .... 22,318 235,385 390,041 182,163 350,678
Reduction of operating cash, increase ( ) -26,919 5.563 11.484 3.428
By other means ...... 817 2,080 1,792 -609 732

'These figures are based on the FY 1993 Budget Supplement. released by the Office of No Transactions
Management and Budget on February 18 1992 Note Details may not add to tota0 due to rounding





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



$ billions

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t,4 Outlays t







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30" Receipts






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-60- Deficit(-)/Surplus


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


FY FY
91 92










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



S bons
1601

Total Receipts 120

Social Securi 10


.... ii iii;..........................

40
rIncome Taxes 20- ~Other Taxes and Receit
0
_____Other Taxes and Receipts Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun.
FY FY
91 92




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

$ billions

140




Social Security & Medicare



au m Other Non-Defense
40

SNational Defense J:
2 0 .~.......... .
60



OInterest

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

IY FY
91 92



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Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, June 1992 and Other Periods
IS millions)
Current Cmaal
Classificaton This Month Fiscal
Year to Date F Fs


Budget Receipts

x { 4'ii i 4ii ,
Sit i11 aIi 11ia1. F, 1; 8) i





.~ .' r .1...... ... .....
Tc o1 ..... ..... 12 .0 8 15,7 7W 89
164 9 1 1 1

1 4, 1 I 1
F t; 2 127 87 14
Total Receipts .,..120,909 815,573 789.896 1 0 5

{On budget) .. .. ...............91,428 584,565 566.266 77a '84






3911
(Off budget2.48 21,0082330362
.. 2,36 B t 1 9 1,857 1 1
Iis J dca ry 274 1 762 1F84
S,' Oto of t1 Prumnt Service 12 145 144
F rsAip opraed to th President 391 9.605 1046511.
D art nent of'1 AgrIc ture .... 3912 45,653 43}481 I:3
e nret o Co nr 192 1934 1978
Dept e12 Servces Deociae SecMuirt 24868 212012 19'88 9-.
D i 12art in o Deend s C 2358 21036 19Dp43 F/81,5
Dnpartlieet of Educ~ation .. 2,363 21 668 19809 >,:
Depaur 1enl of E neg ..... 1403 11,418 9,224
Departrment of Heat andir Huoman Ser vices, except Social
Seacurt .. ... ... .. .... 22,505 190,668 158o923 3
De'partment1 ot H-e 12 anid Human2 Services. Social Security 27.070 :210 500 200 230 2805
Department of Housing and Urban Development ........2.053 18,451 17 1412,1>
Department of t Interior 484 4,728 4432
Department of J u-ice 905 7,493 6 281
Department of Laor .4273 35,079 25 573 44 WI
Department of State .520 3,859 3 200 4
Deparnent of1 rarisportaton ..2.862 23,434 22 172 3
Dep artmenct of I hei Treasur y
Interest o te Puic Debt .50,008 238.022 230,855
Oter .777 2,645 5,787 1t
Deparent of Veterans Affairs. 2,514 25.165 23,588
rorta Proteton Agency .... ...552 4,451 4223 9
ira rws Admni traton .....204 528 593 414
Nat ora AeroaJut S arid Space Administration 1,151 10.557 10 440 1
Otte of Persone Manageent ...... 3051 26742 25984 3i hr
So B siress Adniistratiorn . .22 291 495
Otteir indepenldent agen c is
e i t o rst Corporaton .. .. .. .2.030 2,447 23,414 4 .;
Oler .1,878 19.831 15,109
A oiwances .>
U I nteresn 32,889 76872 70019 7'
O .. .. 3,172 26,899 27.91
Total outlays ...................... ....... ...... 117,126 1,043,315 968.021 1 475 439

(On-budget)....................................... 102,319 863,109 793,667 1,223.909

(Off-budget) .... ........ ............ ........ ....... 14,807 180,205 174,354 251 530

Surplus (4) or deficit ( )..................................... +3,783 227,742 178,125 399 733

(On-budget) ................ 10,891 278,545 227,401 449 125

(Off-budget) ................................................ +14,675 +50,803 +49,276 +49 392


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

Classification Gross Refunds Gross Refunds Gross IRefunds
Receipts (Deduct) Reeps Receipts (Deduct) Reeps Receipts (Deduct) Rcit

Individual income taxes:
w nr~.33,570 308.550 303282
P1~ ~dElect.~~ ion Fund -4 20 31
21,104 119.077 117,480
Total-individual income taxes.................... 54,671 1,599 53,072 427,647 77,978 349,669 420,793 73,932 346,861

Corporation income taxes.. ........................... 21,631 848 20,784 90,252 13,557 76,694 88,152 11,721 76,431

Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Emo )n~t t! -, and contributions
Feora oaq and -urvivors ins trust fund
Fdra 5aie Contributions Act taxes 123,488 23,488 194,309 194,309 186,569 604 185,965
Se moretContributions Act taxes 13,139 3,139 14,316 14.316 16,068 16,068
Dpo ts b~y States I. ) C) 4 .. .4 10 10
Other C. *l C C *) .. (. C) *
Total FOASI trust fund 26,627 26,627 208,629 ...208,629 202,647 604 202.043

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes '2 529 2,529 20,832 ... 20.832 19,934 66 19,868
Self -Employment Contributions Act taxes .'326 .... 326 1,546 .. 1,546 1,718 ... 1,718
Deposits by States I"* 1" 1 ....1 1 1

Total FOI trust fund 2,855 .. 2,855 22,379 22.379 21,.652 66 21,586

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .... 6,586 6,586 55,646 55.646 50.188 161 50.027
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .' 944 944 4,572 4,572 4.364 4,364
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board. 337 337 337 337 329 329
Deposits by States C(* C (*1 3 .3 2 2
Total FHI trust fund_.. 7,868 7,868 60.558 ... 60,558 54.883 161 54,722

Railroad retirement accounts,
Rail industry pension fund .............175 -3 178 1.768 2 1,766 1.701 -8 1.709
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit 17 ..... 173 1,053 1,053 939 939

Total-Employment taxes and contributions 37,352 -3 37,355 294,386 2 294.384 281,822 823 280,999

Unemployment insurance:
State faxes deposited in Treasury ...... ....574 ... 574 13.136 13,136 11,511 11,511
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes 76 9 67 4.390 110 4,280 4,074 116 3,958
Railroad unemployment taxes 1 1 112 .. 112 141 141
Railroad debt repayment.,. .. C) ... C) 34 .... 34 84 ..84
Total-Unemployment insurance .651 9 642 17,672 110 17,562 15,809 116 15,693

Other retirement contributionsFederal employees retirement employee
contributions. 368 368 3,461 3,461 3,333 ... 3,333
Contributions for non-federal employees. 16 .. 16 80 .... 80 80 80
Total-Other retirement contributions ...... 384 ... 384 3,541 .. 3,541 3,412 3,412

Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ...................................... 38,387 6 38,380 315,599 112 315.488 301,044 939 300,105

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes ... ... 2,392 102 2,290 17,869 273 17,595 13,561 354 13,207
Airport and airway trust fund.. ....... 389 .... 389 3,511 7 3,503 3,619 10 3,609
Highway trust fund 1,496 ... 1,496 12,789 275 12,514 12,557 352 12,205
Black lung disability trust fund .52 52 474 '1.. 474 495 495
Total-Excise taxes................................... 4,328 102 4,226 34,642 555 34,087 30,232 715 29,517

Estate and gift taxes ...................................... 868 25 842 8,607 253 8,354 8,526 245 8,282

Customs duties......................................... 1,551 73 1,477 13,163 593 12,570 12,258 607 11,651

Miscellaneous Receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks .. 1,854 1,854 15,669 15,669 14,700 14,700
Ail other 274 C 274 3,046 5 3.041 2.358 9 2,350
Total- Miscellaneous receipts ........... ............ 2,128 (*) 2,127 18,715 5 18,710 17,059 9 17,050

Total- Receipts.................................... 123,563 2,654 120,909 908,626 93,053 815,573 878,063 88,168 789,896

Total- On-budget ...................... ........... 94,082 2,654 91,428 677,618 93,053 584,565 653,764 87,498 566,266

Total- Of f-budget ......... ............ ............... 29,482 ... 29,482 231,008 ... 231,008 224,300 670 223,630

Ti i -..' I ,,~t-rded inrit .u I iirne 'irlud aui'5 inits tor windfall profits tax( pursuant to P L 96-223 I ,iI I~ I ,.ii~iii iltliut i. A ta 0',No Irr, ion'
I i~~ 1i .4 1 1 Ii ir~ b tIr ilirt io rrqloo' 1 i ess than. $500,000i
I I I ,' I I', I ri ii t o~tI hS, ~r"ntw Corithi Note betali rnray riot add to totals due to roundinq A' Il,' .'. r ',i, ,:gyl ro, i ,ir,1'r~ro 110ie 1idr



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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, June 1992 and Other Periods [S millions]

This Month Current Fiscl Year to Date Pr or r 1 ii Y_,
Classification
Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Aplicabl Outlays G
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays PR' epr'


Legislative Branch

Cof gresso il u t (All A'

C IjI' n F~ I t't 2t~~
Ar Ih ev fs e Cap to 12 .' 11 1 .4 1 f '.
L ci i t Cngjress 33 ,3222
Overnimliei Pr tng Of9 r1ico
Reolv"n9 fund el.. 24 24
GeneOra z od IppI v.3 itlolis 11 1t1 80 80 8
General Accou rig 0f1? i32 32 1 319
United Stites Tax Court 2 2 2
Othier L egs d ye Branch aigenOe ... ... 324 24 22
Propietar r1 e0pts 1roi the pubic 1 1
-n --a-udget- .r .nsact . 1 1 9 9 ...
Total-Legislative Branch....................... 172 3 169 1,877 20 1,857 1,763 12 1 751

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States 2 2 21 21 14 14
Courts of Appeals District Courts, and other judicial
services 257 C 257 1661 C 1661 1308 1 0
Other 16 16 80 8 66
Total-The Judiciary..................... 274 ( ) 274 1,762 ( ) 1,762 1,384 .. 1,384

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the White House
Office 2 2 27 2' 24
Office of Management and Budget ...... .. 4 4 40 40 38 38
Other 6 6 79 79 82 82
Total-Executive Office of the President ............... 12 ..... 12 145 145 144 ..... 144

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance
Guaranty reserve fund 93 87 6 760 536 225 5797 64 5 733
Foreign lii i1tary financing grants 241 241 3,798 3 798 475 475
Economic support fund 137 137 2475 2,475 3663 3663
Military assistance 3 3 131 131 73 73
Peacekeeping Operations 22 22 33 33
Other 3 3 32 32 28 28
Proprietary receipts from the public 59 59 391 391 246 246
Total~ International Security Assistance ..... 477 146 331 7,219 927 6,292 9,118 310 8 809

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance
Contributions to the International Development
Association 630 630 530 530
Internatonal organizations and programs ......... 11 11 191 191 204 204
Other 26 26 437 437 384 384
Total Multilateral Assistance ........ .... 36 36 1,257 1,257 1,119 1 119

Agency for International Development:
Functional development assistance program 96 96 1 058 1 058 1,143 1 143
Sub-Saharan Africa development assistance .... .... 41 41 366 366 311 311
Operating expenses 36 36 340 340 302 302
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disabihity fund 40 40
Other 45 3 42 417 31 386 181 31 151
Proprietary receipts from the public, 95 95 613 613 623 623
TotaI Agency for International Development 217 98 119 2 181 644 1,537 1 978 654 1324

Peace Corps 15 15 149 149 132 t32
Overseas Private Investrrment Corporation 5 17 12 173 223 50 41 131 90
Other 6 3 3 2 11 51 50 13 7

Total- International Development Assistance 280 118 161 3823 878 2945 3319 798 2522

International Monetary Programs 221 221 407 407 65 65
Military Sales Programs
Special defense acquisition fund 30 49 19 216 214 2 126 275 149
Foreign military sales trust fund 980 980 9.262 9 262 8 680 8680
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund 17 17 260 54 206
Proprietary receipts from the public 859 859 8697 8697 9469 9469
Other i.) 2 2 6 6

Total-Funds Appropriated to the President ........... 1,564 1,173 391 20,375 10,770 9,605 21,316 10,851 10,465


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

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

Department of Agriculture:
,'-,: ;- .- '_ 53 53 518 .... 518 466 466
C Service 44 ..... 44 317 ..... 317 289 289
40 ..... 40 299 ..... 299 272 272
inspection Service 47 47 339 ... 339 299 299
tion Service 38 38 358 358 341 341
Service 43 43 573 4 568 505 1 504
76 ... 76 626 .... 626 591 591
j S,, i:, non and Conservation Service:
I'ton programs 33 33 1,766 ...... 1,766 1,732 ..... 1,732
C" I 1 62 62 1532 532 -25 -25
,- ;, -- stance programs 116 ...... 116 668 668 580 580

F H< ne Administration
P ,: enterprise funds
Agricultural credit insurance fund 421 130 290 2,499 1,931 568 3,387 2,127 1,260
Rural housing insurance fund ....... 442 293 149 3,487 2,397 1,089 3,980 1,969 2,011
Rural development insurance fund 123 50 73 880 366 514 900 356 544
Other 2 C *) 2 17 2 14 11 2 9
Salaries and expenses ....... 48 ...... 48 460 ... 460 303 ... 303
Rural water and waste disposal grants ... .. 16 16 129 129 106 106
Other 8 8 67 ...... 67 64 ... 64
Total-Farmers Home Administration..... ...... 1,059 473 586 7,539 4,697 2,842 8,751 4,454 4,297

Rural Electrification Administration... .... .. 528 870 -342 2,407 3,146 -739 2,842 2,712 130
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation .. ................. 24 2 21 745 279 467 779 296 483
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ................... 749 674 75 15,565 5,357 10,208 15,947 5,494 10,454
National Wool Act Program. 8 8 171 ...... 171 169 169

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program ......... .... 1,912 ...... 1,912 17,315 ... 17,315 14,567 14,567
State child nutrition payments- .......... ....... 637 ... 637 5,221 .... 5,221 4,618 4,618
Women, infants and children programs. ................. 226 ... 226 2,029 2,029 1,768 1.768
Other ........... ....... 25 25 452 ...... 452 430 430
Total- Food and Nutrition Service ..................... 2,800 2,800 25.016 25,016 21,384 .... 21,384

Forest Service:
National forest system,. ....... 105 105 1,049 ... 1,049 964 ..... 964
Forest service permanent appropriations ... ..... 18 ... 18 162 .... 162 205 ... 205
Other ............. 135 135 913 .... 913 865 ...... 865
Total-Forest Service ...... ... 258 258 2.124 2,124 2.034 2,034

Other ....... 43 3 40 474 23 451 373 22 351
Proprietary receipts from the public ............. ...... ... 86 -86 ... 877 -877 ... 871 -871

Total-Department of Agriculture ........................ 6,021 2,109 3,912 60,037 14,384 45,653 57,329 13,848 43,481

Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration 18 2 15 103 33 70 153 21 133
Bureau of the Census 21 21 245 245 390 390
Promotion of Industry and Commerce 22 22 222 222 216 ... 216

Science and Technology
N;it, -ial Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 136 2 134 1,220 22 1,198 1,034 11 1,023
Pa'--" and Trademark Office .. ... ... ... ... .... 16 .... -16 47 47 16 .... 16
%wi -1' Hstitute of Standards and Technology 12 12 136 136 123 ... 123
9 9 67 67 65 ... 65
r (,- and Technology .. ... .... ......... 141 2 139 1,470 22 1,448 1,238 11 1,227

6 6 65 65 61 ... 61
t, t' f,,) i the public 10 110 -110 46 -46
-1 -5 -5 4 ....
receipts, C V *) .... V C *) ... C C

Total Department of Commerce... .......... ..... 207 15 192 2,099 166 1,934 2,055 77 1,978






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government June 1992 and Other Periods-Continued f$ millions]

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

Grsifctinoss Applicable ta, Gross Applicable ulay Gross 'Applicable Ota~
Gr A 'CableOutlaysOtas uly
Outlays Recet Ouly Receipts Outlays Receipts


Department of Defense-Military:
Military personnel
Department ot the Army .. ..2,896 2,896 234/! 234~ 4~
Department of the Navy ....2,119 2,119 2095('12 2095 A14 ll4
Department of the Air Force...... 1,904 1,904 124 123 1671l
Total-Military personnel_ ... 6,920 6,920 596,,13591 661

Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army ........2,229 2,229 19,503 1 0 65~2 4
Department of the Navy ......2,183 2.183 19,732 19,732 21 99 9
Department of the Air Force. .. 1,782 1,782 18,747 18,747 264~ 2
Defense agencies ......1,398 1,398 9,435 9435 6 16,4614
Total-Operation and maintenance 7.593 7,593 67,416 67,416 75 231 h23

Procurement
Department of the Army .......1,497 1.497 9,801 9,801 11,413 11413
Department of the Navy ......2,691 .. 2,691 24,033 24,033 25,649254
Department of the Air Force.. .. ......... 2,197 2,197 19,915 19,915 22.327237
Defense agencies..., .. ..... 257 257 2,433 2,433 2,257 25
Total- Procurement .6,643 6,643 56,182 56,182 61.645 6 4

Research, development, test, and evaluation,
Department of the Army ..... 486 486 4,486 4,486 4,179 47
Department of the Navy.. 706 706 5,872 5,872 5,788578
Department of the Air Force .............. 1,083 .. 1,083 9,085 9.085 9,872 9 872
Defense agencies........ 862 862 6,418 6,418 6,140 6,140
Total-Research, development, test and evaluation .. 3,137 3.137 25,861 25,861 25,980 25 980

Military construction:
Department of the Army ..... ....69 69 620 620 698 698
Department of the Navy....... 108 108 798 ... 798 645 645
Department of the Air Force.... 134 134 801 801 640 640
Defense agencies ....... 69 69 819 819 634 634
Total-Military construction .............381 .... 381 3,037 .3.037 2,617 2,617

Family housing:
Department of the Army ...127 .127 1,138 1,138 1.182 1,182
Department of the Navy. ........ 69 .69 586 586 595 595
Department of the Air Force .............81 ... 81 654 654 676 676
Defense agencies.. ... .... .... ................6 3 4 26 7 20 38 1 37
Revolving and management funds:
Department of the Army ... .. 151 151 13 -13 74 74
Department of the Navy. ...... .... 13 ..12 26 62 2 64
Department of the Air Force..... .. 7 7 179 179
Defense agencies. ... 65 C 64 3,001 2 2,999 884 3 887
Trust funds:
Department of the Army ()() (' 1)71 79 8
Department of the Navy. ......5 1 4 34 13 21 83 62 21
Department of the Air Force........ ..... 3 3 1 25 26 --1 102 134 32
Defense agencies ... .. ............. 46 46 1 1
Proprietary receipts from the public.
Department of the Army 3 3 120 120 241 241
Department of the Navy .......55 55 317 317 163 163
Department of the Air Force... 12 12 242 242 410 410
Defense agencies ..... ..._.... ....... 25 25 71 71 130 130,
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Department of the Army ........23 23 129 129 360 .6
Department of the Navy ....81 81 773 773 36836
Department of the Air Force .. ........2 2 10 10 29 2
Defense agencies
Defense cooperation account ..13 13 280 280 362 6
Other ... ... .7 7 .393 393
Offsetting governmental receipts
Department of the Army ..... ... .... ..4 4 13 13 1 ,
Defense agencies
Defense cooperation account, ... .... .... 4 1,10. 4, 1fU33') l4~

Total -Department of Defense- Military .............. 24,919 51 24,868 217,733 5,721 212,012 230,574 39,786 190.1788







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

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

Classification
Gross :Applicable Otas Gross Applicable Otas Gross Applicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts


Department of Defense-Civil

c. 1119 119 813 813 874 874
V 1, tl r q ea130 130 1 077 1,077 948 948
55 55 788 788 717 717
Prr .tv, < ~ 'rith pt15 15 124 1408108
S .,304 15 290 2,678 124 2,554 2,539 108 2,431


iiennfud11,169 ... 11,169 10,782 10,782
Ret rC 'a *)) 1 1
Mty rtinntfund 2,058 2,058 18,288 18,288 17,215 17,215
lntt~~q ti rnsaction s 11,169 11,169 -10,782 10,782
Ed,.a :-,' Ine 1 6 6 131 131 55 55
0tf er 6 f )5 75 3 72 47 (47
F"op etar re etv, from the public 11 8 -8 6 -6

Total-Deparment of Defense-Civil.................... 2,374 16 2,358 21,172 136 21,036 19,857 114 19,743

Department of Education:
Of fice of Elementary and Secondary Education
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ..... 483 483 4,996 4,996 4,077 4,077
Impact ad 57 57 704 704 728 728
School iprovemnent programs- 151 151 1,199 1,199 1,109 1,109
Chicago ltigationi settlement 9 ..9 9 6 6
Indian education 7 7 54 ... 54 52 52

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education 697 697 6,961 .. 6,961 5,972 5,972

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs 19 19 149 149 148 148
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
Special education 196 196 1,838 1,838 1,813 1,813
Rehabilitation services and disability research ..153 153 1,513 .. 1,513 1,.520 ..1,520
Special institutions for persons with disabilities 8 8 78 .- 78 84 84
Office of Vocational and Adult Education 236 236 833 ... 833 861 861

Office of Postsecondary Education
College housing loans 2 212 52 4018 47 29
Student financial assistance .......303 303 5,436 5.436 4,707 4,707
Guaranteed student loans 651 651 3,807 3,807 3,726 3,726
Higher education 30 30 481 ..481 410 410
Howard University 12 12 148 148 136 136
Other 3 3 14 .. 14 27 27

Total -Office of Postsecondary Education 1 .000 2 997 9,899 52 9.848 9,024 47 8,978

Office of Educational Research and Improvement 29 29 227 227 209 ...209
Departmental management. 32 32 276 276 265 .265
Proprietary receipts from the public 5 5 4 54 40 40

Total-Department of Education ..................... 2,370 7 2,363 21,774 106 21,668 19,895 87 19,809

Department of Energy:
Atornic er erqy defense activities 922 922 8,169 8.169 7,377 7,377

Energ;y !rogr ,
Genr, -' i nd reserc activities 94 94 948 948 783 783
FnrySilyR i D activities 239 239 1,994 1,994 1,663 1,663
.rri. ... ip, arderchment activities 91 91 966 966 917 917
F vi io ry oerlad development 37 37 307 307 31t1 311
Enryio ~ta r43 43 334 334 266 266
St aoirperAriinri'ere25 25 153 153 283 283
Nu ar~~i,)dsos ud 26 26 232 232 203 203
Other 64 C 64 477 3 474 446 3 443

Tii F...il n~iruo 619 C 619 5,412 3 5,409 4,305 3 4302

Pov' Mert i dii r1ti 51 98 53 1.104 1,034 71 873 1.357 485
Doaro rt~l dn r tiatr27 27 310 310 308 308
Prpretr' i p u ~m pt207 207 2,273 2,273 2,061 2,061
Irtrtidjn~mytiri,.i tors9 9 216 216 175 175
(.ffntirj ~imrir~ t m mips1 1 52 52 44 44

Total-Department of Energy.. ....... .. 1,710 307 1,403 14,779 3,361 11,418 12,689 3,465 9,224



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

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

ClsiiainGross Applicable ulas Gross 'Applicable Otas Gross Applicable utay
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlay-; Receipts


Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security:
Public Health Service
Food and Drug Administ ration 58 C8 'n ~ ~ 4' 471
Health Resources and Services Administration 162 r ~ 168161 '~ 4
Indian Health Service 115 115 119119 919t
Centers for Disease Control 126 1b 83 8<.

National Institutes of Health,
Cancer research 147 147 1 341 1,341 1241 4
Heart, lung, and blood research 99 99 859 859 82782
Diabetes. digestive and kidney diseases 46 46 472 472 44343
Neurological disorders and stroke ,50 50 401 401 386 386
Allergy and infectious diseases ...80 80 677 677 6281 628
General medical sciences 59 59 578 578 533 533
Child health and human development 41 41 359 359 342 342
Other research institutes 128 128 956 956 828 828
Research resources 23 23 244 244 274 274
Other 38 38 338 338 256 256

Total-National Institutes of Health, 709 709 6,226 6,226 5.739 5,739

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, 244 244 2,077 2,077 1,957 1.957
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research 8 8 74 74 2 2
Assistant secretary for health 42 42 171 171 177 177

Total-Public Health Service, ....... 1,463 (1 1,463 12,667 3 12,664 11,350 2 11,348

Health Care Financing Adlministration
Grants to States for Medicaid 6.862 6,862 49,946 49 946 37.763 37,763
Payments to health care trust funds 31262 3,262 31,071 31,071 27,675 27,675

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments, __ .... 7,240 7,240 259,728 59,728 51,002 51 002
Administrative expenses and construction. 93 93 838 838 666 666
Interest on normalized tax transfers.
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from FHI. 1,100 1.100

Total-EHI trust fund, ......_1 7,333 7,333 60,566 60,566 52,767 52.767

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..._ .... ......... 3,894 3.894 '35.876 35,876 32,976 32,976
Administrative expenses and construction .....120 120 1.247 1,247 1,143 1,143

Total-FSMI trust fund ........ .. 4,015 4,015 37,123 37 123 34 119 34.119

Other,.... 10 10 49 4991 91

Total-Health Care Financing Administration .... 21,461 21,461 178,657 178.657 152,415 152,415

Social Security Administration:
Payments to Social Security trust funds ...... 163 163 4,594 4,594 4 287 4,287
Special benefits for disabled coal miners. 69 69 625 625 640 640
Supplemental security income program 1,636 1,636 14,096 14,096 11,437 11,437

Total-Social Security Administration 1,867 1,867 19,314 19,314 16,364 16,364

Administration for children and families
Family support payments to States 1,076 1,076 11,395 11,395 10,041 10,041
Low income home energy assistance 72 72 1,.037 1,037 1,549 1,.549
Refugee and entrant assistance 47 47 222 222 267 267
Community Services Block Grant Act Programs- 36 36 339 339 286 286
Payments to States for afdc work programs ,,,,60 60 458 458 411 411
Interim assistance to States for legalization .....21 21 450 450 765 765
Social services block grant .. ..... 172 172 2,078 2 078 2 133 2 133
Acf service programs, 366 366 3,020 3,020 2,419 2,419
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance 239 239 1,823 1,823 1,565 1,565
Other(** l( 1 l

Total -Administration for children and families.. 2,.. 089 2,089 20,823 20,823 19) 437 9 3

Office of the Secretary- .... 28 28 132 132 13313
Proprietary receipts from the public .. .1,141 1 141 9,851 9,851 9,111 91,111
Intrabudgetary transactions
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund
From FHI, FOASI. and F~l 3989 3989






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, June 1992 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]
... ............ ..... ... ............ ... .. .............. .. .
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
ClassificationI i
Gross Applicable Oa Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Securty --Continued
hea, tt .r n r~r iif le aged
s e nerary rued1 ial irance trust fund 3,225 3,225 30,365 30.365 27,049 27,049

.4 pt. i, snoan e trust fund 37 37 706 706 625 625

Total -Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security............. ....... ......... 23,646 1,141 22,505 200,523 9,855 190,668 168,036 9,113 158,923

Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (off-budget):
d~ge~ p and survivors insurance trust fund
B3 ftpyments 21,192 21,192 187.484 187,484 175,921 175921
A ieenses an(I construction 149 149 1,358 1.358 1,318 1,318
1-t,, t ad retirement account 3,148 3,148 3,148 3,148 3,375 3.375
t o orma zed tax transfers 418 418
U r a tSan sfes to the general fund from
2,114 2,114
Tota' FASI trust fund 24,490 24,490 191,991 191.991 183146 183,146

Fed~r dsaii ty insurance trust fund:
flu seIt pay ents .. 2,625 2,625 22,458 22,458 19,878 19,878
A nr'si tat expenses and construction 59 59 627 627 590 590
Payn ert ro railroad retirement account 58 58 58 58 82 82
in',crt on normalzed tax transfers 45 45
iaiueni transfers to the general fund from FDI .... 775 775
.FDI trust fund 2,743 2,743 23,143 23,143 21,370 21.370

Prot'tay rece pts from the public C ) (C ) 1 ( )
tnra.detary transactions' .. -163 -163 -4,633 4.633 4.287 4.287

TotalI-Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security(off-budget) .............................. 27,070 ( ) 27,070 210,501 1 210,500 200,230 ( ) 200,230

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Hr u ip programs
Pubnic enterprise funds:
Feder housing administration fund 686 472 215 7,259 5,.06 1,853 6,079 4,616 1,463
Horig for the elderly or handicapped fund 30 51 21 1,074 488 586 1,029 478 551
Other 14 6 8 43 53 -10 -- 5 53 58
...t pprement payments 4 4 41 41 39 39
f oe .wrership assistance .............. 5 5 58 58 90 90
:Rt to sing assistance 52 52 486 486 487 487
ita housing development grants 1 1 13 13 20 20
Lw :r~n public housing, 51 51 633 633 662 662
P vc noosing grants 223 223 1,541 1,541 1,292 1,292
C( pe ho qsg grants 3 3 17 C 16 16 l<) 16
l -ie r n e housing assistance .............. 891 891 7.999 7,999 8,185 8185
S-n-a 8 contract renewals 150 150 1,077 1,077 197 197
Portun ity program lees 3 3 8 8
< purpose grants 2 2 10 10
O t ~ . . . . . . . . .1 .1 1 3 .1 3 1 1 1 1!

ot fosr g programs .2,116 528 1,587 20 271 5.947 14,324 18,103 5,147 12,956

P in: rd n Housing programs:
yr Is f operat on of iow nome housing
199 199 1635 1,635 1,469 1,469
I o s ng Lo-ns and other expenses 4 3 1 149 33 116 242 32 210
P Phl ar id ur h f Huri programs 203 3 200 1.784 33 1,751 1 711 32 1,679
in in in r it Nitioriai Mortgag~e Assoc.iationr
Mi} flidd C at ng t i jnS .. 2 2 c 3 3
(4,11 ir of I io ~ rtgage ckd seurties ........261 301 39 1.616 1937 322 1,562 1,834 271
ii (ta r-i G rn ernt Nationt Mont{age Assosat on 261 301 39 1,616 1 940 324 1,562 1,836 274

Cornr ii t ri ard Dev Itoprnit
I' I t~r nr tI fns 11 9 2 154 81 74 67 84 17
r y t e i o p r t ra t . . .2 8 0 2 8 0 2 .2 7 2 2 ,2 7 2 2 ,1 7 5 2 1 7 5
s 18 18 152 152 307 307
it, t'Pirii .ini LDe ~Ioinirt 309 9 300 2,579 81 2,498 2,549 84 2.465



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

This Month Curront -i Year to Dli P -Yl V- ,
Classification
Outlays Receipts Outl ns Rece'ipts Ou 1 y ) uri iy, temptn


Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Continued
Otr 4I:e ]i Aii ~i t~t public
Propr etary r'ept- trox in be pub(

Total-Department of Housing and Urban
Development ............... 2,916 863 2053 26b43 8193 18451 24240 /100 17 1

Department of the Interior:
Land and inerai management
Bureau of Land Mvanaigement
Management of hands and resources 42 42 r,
Fire protection 13
Other 7 17
Mineras Management Srwce 43 4 1 1
Oftice of Surface Minrig Recamat on aid
Enforcement 28 28 2 -11
Tota Land and minerals management 143 143 38 12

Water and science
Bureau of Reclamation
Construction program 4 4 2 5
Operation and maintenance 19 19 178 8
Other 42 10 902 47 3 I4l 7
Geological Survey 45 4'0 7 18 2
Bureau of Mines 15 3 12 14 4 13 13 2 '1
Total-Water and science 126 13 113 l433 114 1 1 13

Fish and wildlife and parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service 128 t 8 818 -3' 757
National Park Service,,, 109 109 845 845

Total-Fish and wildlife and parks 237 237 1)2 816 1 0 162

Bureau of Indian Affairs
Operation of Indian programs, 84 84 822 822 99
Indian tribal funds 38 38 331 331 83
Other_ 22 2 20 250 5 235 1 13
Total-Bureau of Indian Affairs 144 2 142 142 15 1388 1 81 11 r469

Territorial and international affairs 18 18 251 25 t38 238
Departmental offices 9 9 76
Proprietary receipts from the public 177 117 395 1 3.- 1 4-7 1 4Intrabudgetary transactions i1 101 151 -3 1
Offsetting governmental receipts (.4 4

Total-Department of the Interior ........................ 676 192 484 6,257 1.528 4,728 5.999 1.566 4 432

Department of Justice:
Legal activities 198 198 2 296 29- 1 95
Federal Bureau of Investigation 193 :9 1 411 1 411 1 291 '1
Drug Enforcement Administration 80 8 -47 4 4
Immigration and Naturaihzation Service 155 1 001
Federal Prison System. 166 6 5r0 t 40 -4 1-8r 1 17 48
Office of Justice Programs 87 87 r0n r06 4
Other 67 6 3- 08 0 S
Intrabudgetary transactions 6 t1 68
Offsetting governmental receipts 28 23 2 29 24 2
Total-Department of Justice............................ 939 34 905 7,876 384 7,493 6,570 290 6,281

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Adimnistratior
Training and employment services 45 4. 2 -3 8 n I i 03
Community Serwce Eployent for 0 der Air- m 28 23 -8 7
Federal unernploy mei benefs ard a o,amce 11 1 1
State unemployment insurance n ermptyn rvcr
operations 8 4(
Advances to the unemploynient trust fuid I11 tr
funds 1,A W






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

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

Department of Labor: -Continued

Unemployment trust fund
Federal-State unemployment insurance.
State unemployment benefits.. 3,370 .... 3,370 28,276 ... 28,276 19J39 ... 19,139
State administrative expenses, 188 ..... 188 2,365 ...... 2,365 2,065 ... 2,065
Federal administrative expenses 10 ... 10 168 168 157 157
Veterans employment and training., ....... 13 ... 13 128 ...... 128 120 120
Railroad unemployment insurance 8 ..... 8 74 ...... 74 74 ...... 74
Other 2 ... 2 19 19 16 ...... 16
Total- Unemployment trust fund, 3,592 .... 3,592 31,031 ... 31,031 21,571 ..... 21,571

Other. ... ... 5 ...... 5 56 56 55 55

Total- E m employment and Training Administration 4,147 4 4,147 34,459 ...... 34,459 24,680 ...... 24,680

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...... 63 59 4 573 954 -380 517 947 -430
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses.... ........ .... 15 15 170 170 165 ... 165
Special benefits.. ... ......... 151 .... 151 227 ...... 227 236 236
Black lung disability trust fund 50 50 468 468 461 ...... 461
Other- ....... 9 .... 9 86 .... 86 78 ...... 78
Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 21 21 227 227 193 193
Bureau of Labor Statistics. ... ........... ... 20 ...... 20 167 ...... 167 155 ...... 155
Other ...... ............. ... 34 34 347 ...... 347 325 ..... 1 325
Proprietary receipts from the public .... ....... C *) 2 -2 ...... 3 -3
Intrabudgetary transactions ..... __ ................... -179 ...... -179 -691 ...... -691 -287 -287

Total-Department of Labor ......................... .... 4,333 59 4,273 36,034 955 35,079 26,523 951 25,573

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salaries and expenses.. ... ..... ........ ......... ..... 148 ... 148 1,428 1,428 1,385 1,385
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad .... .... 45 ...... 45 239 ..... 239 274 274
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund ...... ....... ........... ... ..... 113 ...... 113 109 ..... 109
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ........ 32 32 285 ... 285 275 ...... 275
O ther. .. ............ ................ ... 1 1 72 72 62 62
Total- Admin ist ration of Foreign Affairs, ... ....... 226 ..... 226 2,136 .... 2,136 2.104 ...... 2,104

International organizations and Conferences. ............... 1205 ...... 205 1,228 ... 1,228 728 728
Migration and refugee assistance ......... ..... 575 75 462 462 381 381
International narcotics control ... ... ___ .... .... 11 11 98 ..... 98 85 .... 85
O ther ... .... ..... ....... .................. 3 3 48 .... 48 54 54
Proprietary receipts from the public ............... ......... ...... 3 -3
Intrabudgetary transactions ........... ....... C *) ...... -113 ...... -113 -149 .... I -149

Total-Department of State ............................... 520 ...... 520 3,859 3,859 3,204 3 3,200

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ..... .. ....... 1,488 ... 1,488 10,389 ... 10,389 10,139 ...... 10J39
O ther ....... ....... ........ ... ... 18 18 105 .... 105 98 1 .... 98
Other programs .. ... .... ... ...... 41 41 130 ... 130 57 ..... 57
Total-Federal Highway Administration, ... ... ..... 1,547 .... 1,547 10,624 10,624 10,294 .... 10,294

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration .... 18 ... 18 172 ... 172 177 .... 177

Federal Railroad AdministrationGrants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation. ... 20 20 396 ..... 396 426 426
Other 25 1 25 334 18 317 178 4 174
Total-Federal Railroad Administration., 46 1 45 730 18 713 604 4 600













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



This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fisc-al Year to ,ar
CtasifcatonGross 'Appticabte Otas Gross Appticabte!Otty Gross Apphcaible )t
Outtays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Department of Transportation-Continued

>,rrr uO jrdril'. ~~104 i4 1511'Ol 1/I




Operal oil 15,7 17 1 04164 16k

Air por ir I ir wad thrust fund
G3rants 1(1 for 1irporls 185 185 1 1 ~ 1 251 1,113 11
F1,liies andeq~r-,ent 146 146 1,327 1,327 1,0081
Reea .... i,)n ad development 17 1 7 150 150 1 30
Oprtos176 17 1,582 1,582 1,503

Total-Airport and airway trust fund 523 53 4,310 4,310 3,754 3~

Other l(-1112

Total eea Aviation Administration 681 68' 1 6,004 1 6 003 5,4472 544

Coast Guard
Operating expenses 226 226 1,802 1,802 1,575 1,575
Acquisition, construction, and improvements 18 18 276 276 254 254
Retired pay 47 47 340 340 327 327
Other 46 46 232 4 228 151 4 147

Total-Coast Guard 301 () 301 2,650 4 2,646 2,307 4 2,303

Maritime Administration 88 58 30 820 468 351 918 666 252
Other 291 30 183 10 172 134 14 120
Proprietary receipts from the public_ 46 24 22 46 26 20 2 2
Offsetting governmental receipts 14 14 70 702 2

Total-Department of Transportation............ ........ 2,960 98 2,862 24,031 597 23,434 22,868 696 22,172

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental offices
Exchange stabilization fund 299 1 300 1,609 12 1,620 1,581 19 1 600
Other 24 24 68 68 19 19

Financial Management Service,
Salaries and expenses 15 15 176 176 167 167
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation 1,751 1,751 1,293 1,293
Claims, judgements, and relief acts 104 104 663 663 384 384
Other 20 20 147 147 155 155

Total -Financial Management Service-.. 140 140 2,737 2,737 2,000 2,000

Federal Financing Bank. 556 556 339 339 337 337
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco arid Firearms
Salaries and expenses, 24 24 255 255 226 226
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico, 20 20 160 160 165 165
United States CusItoms Service 171 171 1.399 1,399 1.341 1 341
Bureau of Engraving and Printing, 10 10 26 26 36 36
United States Mint 6 6 75 75 63 63
Bureau of the Public Debt 13 13 188 188 134 134

Internal Revenue Service:
Processing tax returns and assistance 121 121 1,272 1,272 1,322 1 322
Tax law enforcement 247 247 2,644 2,644 2.590 2 590
Information system 81 81 802 802 475 4'5
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability
for tax 158 158 7,609 7,609 4,753 4753
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest 149 149 2,505 2,505 2,009209
Other 14 1 13 108 4 103 100 5 9

Total-Internal Revenue Service 770 1 769 14,940 4 14,936 11,249 5 11 44













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

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

Classification Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Otas Gross Applicable Ouly
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts Ouly


Department of the Treasury: -Continued
United States Secret Service 44 44 373373333
Comptroller of the Currency 23 2 21 246 181 64 209 148 61
Office of Thrift Supervison 17 2 15 184 159 24 168 208 -39

Interest on the public debt
Public issues (accrual basis) 17,544 17.544 158,648 158,648 158,115 158,115
Special issues (cash basis) 32.464 ... 32,464 79,374 79,374 72,740 72,740

Total-interest on thle public debt 50,008 50008 238,022 238,022 230,855 230,855

Other 6 .6 35 .35 30 30
Proprietary receipts from the public 228 228 .. 2,147 -2,147 .... 2,460 --2,460
Receipts from off-budget federal entities ....463 .... -463
Intrabudgetary transactions .1951 975 13,720 .. 13,720 16,742 -16,742
Offsetting governmental receipts 73 73.496 -496 .. 471 --471

Total-Department of the Treasury .............. ...... 49,537 306 49,230 243,665 2,999 240,666 228,378 3,310 225,067

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration
Medical care 1,014 ,. 1,014 10,046 ... 10,046 9,190 9,190
Other 10 21 11 272 188 84 391 172 220

Veterans Benefits Administration,
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ..... 38 83 45 890 825 64 1,.733 1,.396 336
Other .... 80 86 -7 802 559 243 205 421 -217
Compensation and pensions 1,381 1,381 12,307 .. 12,307 12,104 ,12.104
Readjustment benefits 59 .59 590 590 454 454
Post-Vietnam era veterans education account, 8 ..8 106 .. 106 137 ...137
Insurance funds
National service life.....................71 71 1,131 .1,131 946 946
United States government life .1 1 21 -.. 21 21 ...21
Veterans special life. 7 71 -64 113 170 -57 89 165 -76
Other. 5 .5 8 ..I 8 11 ..111

Total-Veterans Benefits Administration,.. 1,649 240 1. 409 15,968 1,554 14,413 15.699 1,983 13,716

Construction ..........57 ... 57 477 C 476 509 C *) 509
Departmental administration... 101 ... 101 758 758 723 -.... 723
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life .35 -35 315 315 30730
United States government life C* C) C) ) I .. C ') C
Other ......20 -20 6277 -277 360 -360
Intrabudgetary transactions ) )19 ,-19 -102 -.-102

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs.................. 2,831 317 2,514 27,501 2,336 25,165 26,410 2,822 23,588

Environmental Protection Agency:
Salaries and expenses ....59 59 824 824 762 762
Abatement, control, and compliance 104 3 101 708 7 701 575 575
Construction grants ..........238 .238 1,805 1,805 1,695 ..... 1,695
Hazardous substance superfund 124 ..124 987 ., 987 1.007 ..1,007
Other 39 -1 40 527 17 511 1.126 15 1,111
Proprietary receipts from the public, 9 9. 127 127 ... 64 6
Intrabudgetary transactions 25 250 861 -861
Offsetting governmental receipts 2 2

Total- Environmental Protection Agency................. 563 11 552 4,602 151 4,451 4,304 80 4,223

General Services Administration:
Real property activities, 110 110 343 343 343 ,343
Personal property activities 28 28 96 96 140 140
Information Resources Mariagenient Service, 49 49 41 41 86 .86
Federal p)rope rty resources activities 1 .1 15 15 12 ..12
Genra ativities' 17 17 52 52 49 49
Proprietary reepsfrom the public Cf C I1 18 18 37 -37

Total-General Services Administration.................. 205 C 1 204 546 18 528 630 37 593










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

This Month Curre'nt Fisc.al Yewr to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Daf,it

ClasifcatonGross Applicable Otas Gross, Appl, ictlv uly Gross Applicable Ot
Outlays Receipts Outly lays Recriipt% tas Outlays Receipts


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and A eveim~i j,,- 4
Space flight, conrol,, and Iddkmnn lOf'330' 40 '
Construction of f',i ,
Research and progirami minagemen ... ... if4 Other 1101

Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration........................... ........... 1.151 1,151 10,557 10,557 10,440 ... 10,440

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitants, employees health
benefits 264 264 2-3 2 537 2,4:,-4
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund C .) C '1 1
Civil service retirement and disabilty fund 2,791 2 791 2~1025,340 2509J5C
Employees health benefits fund 1,165 1 176 12 1028 10 ,i 318 9079J 9872 3
Employees life insurance fund 103 107 89 1'787 890 861 1,648 8
Retired employees health benefts f fund 1 1 l*)6 6 C )7 7
Other 15 15 114 114 90 90
Intrabudgetary transactions
Civil service retirement and disability fund,
General fund contributions C
Other. 4 4 41 41 49 49

Total-Office of Personnel Management............... 4,335 1,284 3,051 39,134 12,392 26,742 37,511 11,527 25,984

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Business loan and investment fund ... .82 65 18 779 611 168 698 572 126"
Disaster loan fund... .... 15 42 27 341 396 54 485 418 o
Other ...3 1 2 41 14 27 25 15 1
Other 29..'29 29 151 C ) 151 292 29

Total-Small Business Administration.................... 130 108 22 1,312 1,020 291 1,500 1,005 495

Other independent agencies:
Action ........17 17 146 146 138 138
Board for International Broadcasting ........23 23 162 162 163 163
Corporation for Public Broadcasting-..... 327 327 299 299
District of Columbia:
Federal payment 691 691 671 671
Other,.. ........ 12 335 323 7 43 36
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ......14 14 1 58 158 148 148
Export-import Bank of the United States. 282 253 29 1,549 1 566 17 1,493 1,664 171
Federal Communications Commission 9 3 6 94 36 58 86 35 52
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation,
Bank insurance fund 4,032 668 3,364 17,869 8 877 8,992 9.649 7,021 2,629
Savings association insurance fund 4 2 6 12 205 194 24 63 39
FSLIC resolution fund 222 127 94 4,722 1,739 2983 7,048 2,428 4620
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public enterprise funds 9 43 35 278 246 32 94 246 152Diase rlif114 114 613 613 474 4
Emergency management planning and assistance, 35 35 201 201 20222
Other 23 23 232 232 23023
Federal Housing Finance Board 1.. 1 1 9 13 4 7 92
Federal Trade Commission 5 5 62 62 55 S
Interstate Commerce Commission 2 2 29 29 34 3
Legal Services Corporation 29 29 241 241 244
National Archives and Records Administration 5 5 130 C' 130 102 1C
National Credit Union Administration,
Credit union share insurance fund 5 9 15 211 460 249 51 31120
Central liquidity facility 11 11 C *) 266 375 109 373 349 2
Other 8 i 18 9 2 11 729

















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

[$ millions]

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

Other independent agencies:-Continued
Na ona E .r orhe At ...12 12 127 127 128 128
ao Endowmenit no 'he Humanities 15 15 107 107 105 105
Na r eon Ba. 11 .11 118 118 109 109
Nat- Sce Foundat 226 226 1,585 1.585 1,456 1,456
N.Ce Regulatory Comn in 41 14 27 403 331 72 331 73 258
Pai a Ca 'I I. 39 45 -6 375 384 -10 370 390 -20

P1u entere funds (off-budget) 3,629 73,733 105 32,929 35,514 2,585 31,779 33.442 --1,664
Pyme the Postal Service fund 393 393 393 393

a road Ret renment Board
Fedora w 4ndfa ssidy 25 25 230 230 242 242
Federa payments to the railroad retirement accounts (* ) ( ) 180 180 78 78
Regiorna ra i transportation protective account .( ) ( ) ( ) (* *)
Pa industry pernson fund:
Advarces from FOASDI fund 88 88 778 778 746 -746
OASD C tficators .88 ... 88 778 778 746 746
A:,vn strait e expenses 5 5 52 52 50 50
interest on refunds of taxes C *) C) (C ) (*) -4 4
Supplemental annuty pension fund 233 233 2,100 2,100 2,026 ..... 2.026
Other 1 1 6 ... 6 3 3
lntrabudgetary transactions
Social Security equivalent benefit account, 388 388 3.436 3,436 3.323 3.323
Payments from other funds to the railroad
retirement trust funds ... .... .206 ... 3,206 3.206 3,206 3,457 3.457
Other 262 262 82 .... 82 183 183
Total-Railroad Retirement Board -2,293 ..... -2,293 2,879 2,879 2,444 2,444

Resolution Trust Corporation 817 2,846 -2.030 36,599 39,046 2,447 56,946 33,532 23,414
Securities and Exchange Commission ... ........ .... 7 7 80 ...... 80 110 110
Smthsonian Institution 29 29 280 280 254 ... 254
Tennessee Valley Authority .. .... .... ... ... 514 467 47 3,498 2,382 1,116 4,673 3,928 745
United States Information Agency.. 106 ( *) 106 775 7 768 735 2 733
Other 91 3 87 867 120 747 822 177 645

Total-Other independent agencies .................... 8,075 8,227 152 109,022 91,638 17,384 122,238 83,716 38,522

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Other interest (* *) (C *) C(* ) ) .*) )

Employer share, employee retirement
Legislative Branch
United States Tax Court
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund C ) C ) C ) C )
Department of Defense- Civil,
Mitary retirement fund 1.398 -1,398 -12,317 -12.317 -13,002 -13,002
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance fund (offbudgetn
Federal employer contributions 436 436 3,807 -3,807 3.620 -3620
Pay-nts for military service credits -120 .120
Federal disabIty rsurance trust fund (off-budget)
Federal employer contributions 47 -47 411 411 -390 -390
Payments for military service credits ...16 -16
Feterd, hosp insurance trust fund
Federd employer contributions 182 182 -1,647 .... -1,647 1,555 1,555
Paymnts for military service credits 30 30
D) p~ori ornt tf State
Sor eign Ser ve retirerent and disability fund 7 7 71 71 65 -65
Off ie f Persour e Managerrient
Ciw srwi 0remrnent and disability fund 697 697 6,820 6,820 6,409 -6,409
rideper dI(,r t aigercies
o vetern appearieent fund C ...(3

tot~l firpoyr h ii k yee ritirerient 2,766 2,766 25.072 25072 25,207 25 207











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

This Month Curre'nt Fiscal Yemr to Dato Prior F[) Yr er .0
Classification
Gross Applicable O y Gross Applcable O Gross App O
Outlays O utlays
Outlays Receipts Outlays Recepts Outlays Receplc


Undistributed offsetting receipts-Continued
Interest reo eie !y rus funds,
The Judica ry
Judit ij surors Mc fnuty11 fufld 1. 1
Department of Defense C.wi
Corp, of Engineers 1 1

Military retirement fund 43 43 873 7
Education benefits fund C
Soldiers and airmen s home permanent fund C 1
Other C
Department of Health and Human Servces
Federal old age and survivors insurance trust fund
(off-budget) 11,176 t1 17 22438 22438 19* I-I
Federal disability insurance trust fund (off-budget) 499 499 1 04 1 4 1 0,
Federal hospital insurance trust fund 4,990 4990 1009 0 2 8 8
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund 777 777 1675 1 75 1 5
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund 1 477 1 477 6 4 27S8
Department of State,
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 260 260 513 13 478 478
Department of Transportation
Highway trust fund 841 841 1632 1632 1455 45
Airport and airway trust fund 618 618 1 264 1264 1 29 1 29
Oil spill liability trust fund 1 1 6 6 4 4
Department of Veterans Affairs:
National service life insurance fund 529 529 1,070 1 070 1,062 1 062
United States government life Insurance Fund 5 5 12 12 13 1
Environmental Protection Agency ,,, 3 3 2
National Aeronautics and Space Administration C 1 1 1 1
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund 11,782 11,782 23.653 23,653 22.123 22 123
Independent agencies,
Railroad Retirement Board ............ 27 27 597 597 664 664
Other, 2 2 2 2 10 10
Other -7 7 84 84 1 1
Total-Interest received by trust funds 32,896 32896 76587 76587 69,913 n9 913
Unrealized discount on trust fund investments 7 7 285 1 285 106 106

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands 405 405 1 827 1 827 2,383 2383

Total-Undistributed offsetting receipts ................. 35,655 405 36,061 101,945 1,827 103,772 95,226 2,384 97,610

Total outlays ................................................. 133,852 16,726 117,126 1,211,871 168.556 1,043,315 1,160,862 192,841 968,021

Total on-budget ........................................ 115,312 12,993 102,319 996,151 133,042 863,109 953,065 159,399 793,667

Total off-budget ............................................ 18,541 3,733 14,807 215,720 35,515 180,205 207,796 33,442 174,354

Total surplus (+) or deficit .................................. +3,783 227.742 178,125

Total on-budget ................................... 10,891 278,545 227.401

Total off-budget ........................... .. +14,675 +50,803 +49,276

MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against out(a {S millions]
Curr ent
Fsial Yiear Comlparab e Period
to Date Prior F scaI Year

Proprietary receipts .30505 30 678
Receipts from off-budget federal entities 463
Intrabudgetary transactions 4166728 163448
Governmental receipts 6 205 39 396
Total receipts offset against outlays 203438 233986








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Table 6 Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, June 1992 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions Account Balances
Assets and Liabilities ( ) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Directly Related to liability or asset accounts
Budget Off-budget Activity Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month -This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Liabiity accounts

c t uor general Financing authorities:
o h Uted States Asued by
U te T s 50,221 319 353 304.675 3.650,303 3,919,435 3.969,656
Bank 15,000 15,000 15,000
Tap y d ecurities 50,221 319,353 304,675 3.665303 3,934.435 3.984,656

r public debt securities -5 224 17 823 1.052 1,048
uo public debt securities -3471 2,019 16,024 84,960 86,412 82,941
t o debt securities net of Premium and
53,688 321,596 288.668 3,581,168 3,849,077 3902,765
A ed undr special financing authorities (see
b (r Agency Lorrowing, see Schedule C) ... -12 -1,729 7.806 17,751 16.034 16,022

F es .. 53,676 319,868 280,861 3,598,919 3,865,111 3,918,787

F r fis eld as investments of government accounts
DsI ee 1(e.. D......... 31,360 89,012 98699 919.022 976,674 1.008,034
L isot on federal securities held as investments of
nt accounts 2 4,529 7,962 12488 12,490
Ne edra seurties held as investments of government
.... 31,357 84,483 98699 911.060 964.186 995,543
r g from the public ................. 22.318 235,385 182,163 2,687,859 2,900 925 2,923,243
A'eh eres payab e to the public _..... 6,075 506 1,103 42,026 36,457 42,532
A at p wn rights ... ........... 171 310 382 6,703 6,841 7,012
De- t und 282 -578 815 8,154 7.858 7,576
r.seilre s ac ourts includess checks outstanding etc.) ......... -7,554 -1,440 -8,446 3,637 9,750 2,196
Total liability accounts............... ................................. 20,728 234,182 175,252 2,748,377 2,961,831 2,982,559
Asset accout :deduct)
Cash 1 d aonetary assets
US Tres r operating cash'
Fed era Reserve account 8,047 5,702 4,184 7,928 5 583 13,630
Taaccounts .. ou......... 18,872 139 756 33,556 14,545 33,417
Ba ae... 26,919 5,563 3,428 41,484 20,128 47,047

Specta drawing rqtts
Tutac : *di*g 282 875 357 10,722 11,315 11,597
SDR -rcates sued to Federal Reserve banks ... 1.500 10,018 10,018 10,018
a a ....... .... 282 875 1,857 704 1,297 1,579
Resre potin on the U S quota in the IMF:
U S ubscrption to International Monetary Fund:
Dr ect quota payments ... ..... 19,699 19,699 19,699
Marotenat of value adjustments 624 1,132 1,398 4.813 5.321 5,945
Letter f credt sued to IMF ..... -348 454 184 15045 15,151 15,499
Doat dhpst with the IMF .......... -2 -11 3 60 69 70
Re vai e Payab i i for interni maintenance of value
tn-t 69 -390 1,793 309 630 699
e 206 277 207 9.098 9.170 9,375
Loas t r.. Moatry Fund ( C (C *)
.......assets1 106 19,505 4.789 5.188 24,799 24,693
s d netay assets 27,301 26,220 6,567 56,474 55.394 82,695

Net. aht} rt hit financing 856 1,655 -799 1.655
t atity I tr facing .. 562 1,697 1 135 1,697
I t .--2,467 19,606 4,582 17778 638 -1,828
Total asset accounts... .............................................. 24,540 6,656 1,984 74,253 56,368 80,909
Excess of liabilities () or assets ( )..................................... 3,812 +227,526 +173,268 +2,674,125 +2,905,463 +2,901,651
it t F ( 0 t rnt years surplus or deficit (see
e i ttis .. .29 217 4,858 188 217
Total budget and off budget federal entities (financing of deficit (+) or disposition of surplus (). ............................3,783 +227,742 +178,125 +2,674,125 +2,905,650 +2,901,867

t r 1r r cash income ictulde the No Transactions
F;ri r n fr~ tire bureau of Public Debt ( ) L ,ess' than $500,000
r A ystemrr ind re oiing wires Note Details nFay not add to totals due to ro n(din r r r Fi r F/ ,F) o fFd i Las '. b s isdepoits'.



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

Fiscal Year to Date
Cl aiica tion This Month
This Year Prior Year

E xc-s of Iabitie nn If i(no















a<1h r 11.r)IJ Of
kjr'l217

Ex es fr lib lte cl s fp ro . .. .. .. ,0 5 0 5 ,8 7

-t -I -r -1 i ----------- '---- --- --------------- -----FTab~l6 Scedl B-eurte 14r- by Feea Agecie Une pca'iacn utoiis ue19 n
Other~ Pe1riods~r r I
')A191[$ millions] 5





Excess ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Lablt oflailtecloeoceroounts..... 290,5 20,5 28,7



OthersiPeriods



Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of 1Close of This Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Yea,- This Month Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:



f3r Ai r I 521,531 95 93 93
F L r 966,357 6,124 2.168 2 l68





Frsss r si5 91 336 427'3





1 Ih 11 149 13 141


Li palrs r Is 5'J2

-- -- r. . .
To al rs tn(, rc nr s..... ......... 217 978 61 ,5 60 41 ,2
....... .....r.r...............I






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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
June 1992 and Other Periods
[$ millions]

TransationsAccount Balances
TransationsCurrent Fiscal Year
Classification
ThsMnh Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This onthThis month This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Treasury:
Funri'; Arpropriat-(1 to the President
Iteratinal ecuityAssistance:
Gurnyrsrefund -458..
Agrnc~forIntr itional Developmenti
Hosgand other credit guaranty programs .... ....35 130 130 130
0..-rseas Private Investment Corporation. C C
De-artment of Agriculture
F meg assistance programs 27 27 27
C.omm. od Iy Credit Corporation .... ---14 -1,527 5,270 21.794 20,280 20,266
Farrrier Home Administration,
Agriculture credit insurance fund ....73 -6,567 -4,350 11,990 5,350 5.424
Self'-help housing land development fund..............
Rural housing insurance fu n d _.............. 128 -2,119 -1,540 3,811 1,564 1,692
Rural development insurance fund .. ... 5 -506 -1,130 2,036 1,526 1,530
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Federal crop insurance corporation fund ....113 113 113
Rural Electrification Administration:
Rural communication development fund .......25 25 25
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund 18 21 124 7,865 7,867 7,886
Rural Telephone Bank. ..... ... 2 759 761 761
Department of Commerce:
Federal ship financing fund. NOAA .............. 6 6 6
Department of Education
College housing and academic facilities fund. 46 137 137 137
College housing loans ..........594 594 594
Department of Energy:
Isotope production and distribution fund.... ...... 6 ..... 6 6
Bonneville power administration fund .-....-150 58 60 1,.672 1,880 1,730
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs
Federal Housing Administration .. ... ... 7,323 1,338 7,323
Housing for the ederly and handicapped.. 1,316 439 7,458 8,774 8,774
Public and Indian housing:
Low-rent public housing .... ..... 100 ..
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation Loans .... C 1 1 1
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund, .................. 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving funds for loans .......... C 6 6 6
Department of Justice
Federal prison industries, incorporated ....... 20 20 20
Department of State.
Repatriation loans .. .. ... ..... .... C)
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration:
Settlements of railroad litigation ... ..39 -39 -39
Amtrak corridor improvement loans11 ... ... 1
Regional rail reorganization program....... 39 39 39
Federal Aviation Administration
Airc:raft purchase loan guarantee program )1t 1 C C *
Dopa,rtmient of the Treasury:
feea Financing Bank revolving fund ..........1,231 -13,386 11,810 179,234 164,617 165,848
Depari~tment of Veterans Affairs,
Loan guam arity revolving fund 144 718 .... 573 718
Guajranty and indemnity fund, ........ 6 25 ..19 25
Direct loan revolving fund C C ... 1,730 1,730 1,730
Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund,... 1 1
Srrall Business Administration:
Business loan and revolving fund,.. 11 11 11
Othe.r independent agencies
F xportiriiport of the United States 68 68 68
Federal Enmergenicy Management Agency
National insurance development fund .. .. .... C 144 8 152 8 8
Penn nyl ir ia Avenue Development Corporation
Lanid jqustiori and development fund ..... 7 66 73 73
I 'al 1a R i erie II'IfTit Board,
,I, a l( unnere r!n account 2,128 2.128 2,128
oniSeuiyequivalent benefit account 2,513 579 518 2.532 4,466 1,953
Sr itmnnia Iintitution
.in rit r ir eny Center parkig facilities ...20 20 20
lfn Valley Authority 150 150 150
Total agency borrowing from the Treasury financed through
public debt securities issued ................. ................ 974 29,881 11,231 251,996 223.089 222,115

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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the issue of Public Debt Secunties,
June 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]j
Acourt aarce
Current! Fs Y> ii
Classification
F si. i Y I ito 8~egin of ( {o
This !4onth
Thi> Tilr Prior Y( ar This Year Ths Mrrh

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to th President
Foreign military saesi ,
Department of Agriculture
Ruril Eject rfc.t on Am ni'strahon 24
Farmers Home Admnistration
Agriculture credit insurance fund I
Rural housing insurance fund
Rural development insurance fund
Department of Defense
Department of the Navy .1 024 l2
Defense agencies
Department of Education
Student Loan Marketing Association 4 850 4 n20 1
Department of Health and Human Services,
Except Social Security
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund 142 1
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low rent housing loans and other expenses ,.03 15%
Community Development Grants .5 205 1
Department of Interior
Territorial and international affairs I 1 53
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration 2 2 21 20
Department of the Treasury:
Financial Management Service ................. 125 125
General Services Administration:
Federal buildings fund 3 41 25 628 rib'
National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Space flight. control and data communications 33 03 33
Small Business Administration:
Business loan and investment fund 9129 12 3 940 820 8
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...... 488 3111 102 11261 8638 150
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund ........ 3.292 f 864 2 900 8,296 11 868 1- t6
National Credit Union Administration t. .O. ........ .. 10" 23 114 5
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ..... 4 14 29 33
Postal Service 353 13 8,201 9551
Resolution Trust Corporation .. ...... ......... ... .. .. 1091 9 188 u 6 62882 54786
Tennessee Valley Authority 6 284 1438 14322 11442 11443
W ashington Metropolitan Transit Authority ...... ........... 177 771
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ................. 1,231 13,386 11,810 194,239 179,623 180,854

No I,~ I r I ,r r t i b erlg by q h Fed'ra F inarriing Bank accompi shed by th Purl lidse N T i 0f agencyr ii area assets 1y t1e ac o of1 agencyi debt seuritie', and by idire't iians, ori t 0
1 ,'t ol ii aej, 0, i.ra, F i 9 B hank bo~rrOWS rom Treasury and issue's Is ow~ Not r e r ,, ,rro i, d 2, '
lii te ar t 'i I, r t > I i to~ i age 's ii heu ul agii.es, nurrowno 1nidlr I,































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ile [)--Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, June 1992 and OhrPeriods
[$ millions]

NeTucaeso ae Securities Held as Investments
Net urchsesor SlesCurrent Fiscal Year

Classification ThsMnh Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

Thiss Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


2 _1 C 7 4 6
C1(~ 9 7 7

a l24 -3,401 5.773 7,607 4,182 4,206
4 424 410 3,024 3,443 3,447
arnn Development

Ii S~tit t Lind
75 57269 6,647 6,205 6,131
NlaoArsociation
1 U adt ngfunctions fund:
Sut 2 3 3 6 6
65 65 65
a aiae : backed securities:
90 313 268 2,328 2.551 2,641
...13 -3 74 87 87
C 4 45 217 222 222

-s2 1,358 65 1,187 2,547 2,545
1 4,913 436 10.367 15,281 15,280
ltsi4 -6 112 771 769 765
_tauv10 20506 2,507 2,277 2,267
V~ItrsAtf 3irs
itv ing fund -3 2 49 46 46
ro ty fund -15 -223 180 385 177 162
a rrurance fund 21 11 13 504 494 515
~t. insurance fund 8 8 15 191 191 198

itKi fthe United States. 104 169 72 90 155 259
IiManagement Agency:
irne development fund .........49 183 383 432 432
-I i Srance Corporation
',d371 2,047 -1,262 6,108 4,432 4,061
tar lnd
it I er ur0'~15 45431 939 59534
t nrisurance fund 6 194 39 48 236 242
in Adnistration .7 259 272 2,160 2,413 2,420
315 4,656 1,798 3,339 7,680 7,995
Au.thority -1,838 2,304 2,879 1.041 1.041
1 60 228 751 810 811
112 102 223 2,386 2,376 2,488

aL euiis.231 3,841 6,916 54,885 58,495 58,726
5(ates.13 3139 152 152

il ederal funds. .... ......................................... 231 3,854 6,914 55,024 58,647 58,878




C 5 2 16 6
Curl C C *) *) 4 4 4
C 1 1 26 26 26

itItU,16 12 174 190 190
U )U2 5 5 5

I, I Ii U)C 8 8 8

11t60 13,810 13,288 76,056 90,526 89,866
27 450 193 995 1.418 1,445














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Table 6. Schedule D-Investrnents of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, June 1992 and
Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions)

Net Purchases or Sales (
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Be nr9
This M onth ....................
This Year Prior Year This Year T

Trust Funds-Continued

Departmen at o Health erd Humne Services exept Soual scurry
Federal hosp ta insurance trust fund
Public debt ser ur ies 5 141
Federal suppleme ntary med a insurance tru t fund 1 188 1
Other 10 11
Department of Heath and Humn Services Socia Securty
Federal old ge nd survivors insurance trust fund
Pubic 000' s turbe 14 223 4 429 4
Federal dsai tty insurance trust fund 525 7R
Department of the Inter or
Public debt securt>s 14 42 1
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund 1 630 9411 5
Other 9 24
Department of State
Foreign Serve retirement and disability fund 240 440 441 4
Other Department of Transportaton
Highway trust fund 1018 2897 2 9
Airport and aIrway trust fund 544 417 1 1 94
Other 26 148 21 1
Department of the Treasur, 6 45 1 1
Department of Veterans Affairs
General post fund national homes 2 1
National serve life insurance
Public debt secuntes 467 235 395 11 1
Government lfe insurance fund 3 11 11 140
Veterans special life insurance fund 62 55 73 1 .
Environmenta Protection Agency 56 421 808
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ) ( ( *
Office of Personnel Management
Civil service retirement and disability fund
Public debt securities 10.119 8704 6763A
Employees health benefits fund 12 322 812
Employees life insurance fund 3 890 785 11 4
Retired employees health benefits fund C
Independent agencies
Harry S Truman memorial scholarship trust fund C 4 2
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ( "I 1 1
Railroad Retirement Board 163 770 75 1 4
Other 1 18 8 8
Total pubt debt secures 31,128 85,158 91 785 863 9

Total trust funds .................. .. .................... 31,128 85,158 91,785 863,997 918 02

Grand total .......... ................................. 31,360 89,012 98,699 919,022 976 64

o Tran ~ac25
SLess 1- an $500Noe- Ori> r ad r .



























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

~~Fiscal Cm
Fisal parable
Year
Classiication Oct Nov, 0, c, Jan, Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept T Period
Prior
Date F.Y.


Receipts:
98F 45 160,748 22.391 20.317 67.993 12,012 53,072 349,669 346,861
-i 5161 21 65 2709 1,052 10,939 14.198 2 691 20,784 76694 76,431

-..viv 30 4 30797 29964 33.557 44,432 32.005 37355 294.384 280999
293 22 619 1.945 265 2,608 7,991 64- 17.562 15,693
445 374 35( 415 373 415 422 366 384 3541 3,412
36T 4 0 >909 i341 3389 4,071 3,871 3.440 4,226 34087 29,517
-93, 984 747 925 729 875 1,477 853 842 8354 8,282
1 1 412 1 45 1 367 1,291 1,412 1.374 1,224 1,477 12,570 11.651
2962 1 593 3151 3170 923 1,066 2,057 1,662 2,127 18,710 17.050
-a ----------Tota Receipts this year.............. 78,068 73,194 103,662 104,091 62,056 72,917 138,430 62,244 120,909 815,573

(On-budget) ... ........... 57,216 50.898; 80.172 79.937 38,290 46,353 103,405 36,866 91,428 584,565 ......

(Off -budget) ........... 20,8F2 22,296 23,490 24.155 23,766 26,564 35,025 25,377 29,482 231,008 ......
/ i 'v. 101 iit 100, 1? 0-,05- t)4.805 140),380 1 3,50i0 103,3891'1 1'

5 v 1 i 00 3 2' 45. 5194 39.011 1() -45 41, 95" ,322 56,26o

i 1. ,'/ 4/,41 0,' (,i) 2063 "1)4 316 34 21 ,03 2"706 7 -223,630

Outlays
Leo 7 .i Br t 244 2121 159 204 207 195 207 260 169 1,857 1,751
131 155 161 141 226 164 349 162 274 1,762 1,384
th'. v 1 e of the President 15 18 18 18 14 16 17 18 12 145 144
F .t 1 A~ p;oated to the President
i nta Securty Assistance 452 1 306 480 820 431 366 1,782 324 331 6,292 8.809
ite l Development Assistance 607 220 387 400 357 192 382 239 161 2,945 2.522
Ot 191 220 78 84 207 284 134 561 102 367 866
Ocpt e tv of Aqrnc lure
For sstance special export pr vjraiidi a Commodity Credit
Corporaion 1,047 2,060 2,558 1,216 734 1,489 900 843 199 11,047 11,202
Othe, 5.329 3,866 3,203 3,156 3,171 3,973 4,180 4,014 3,713 34,606 32.278
DOparttr et Io Commerce 265 205 205 212 147 195 288 225 192 1,934 1,978

Dctart r+vt O! Defense

Vtary personnel 6567 9.565 6490 7,197 6,066 3,732 6,272 6,804 6,920 59.613 62.651
U it n and maintenance 7.604 7 216 7,030 8.008 6,946 8,066 7,872 7,082 7,593 67 416 75,231
Procreet 6,386 5.535 6925 6.107 6362 6,519 5,714 5,990 6,643 56,182 61,645
R'earch development test, and
itor 2 626 2 759 3,059 2,502 3,009 3,119 2,879 2,770 3,137 25,861 25,980
.1 tiry corstruction 236 301 348 287 372 319 392 400 381 3,037 2,617
7 ung 251 218 244 286 276 294 275 273 281 2,397 2,490
Re'. n9 and nanagerent funds 92 706 256 975 396 322 309 195 -100 2,968 698
DIfitse cooperation account 1 237 1 242 1,290 193 337 35 828 16 13 5.190 38,912
424 277 32 363 172 229 621 -119 27 271 214
I t,1 Vt tary 22,765 24.780 23,094 24,806 23,262 22,109 22,948 23.379 24.868 212,012 190,788

.2,405 2300 2,262 2376 2,294 2.346 2,361 2,335 2,358 21.036 19,743
2,413 2,213 2,64? 2,818 2,358 2.279 2679 1,903 2,363 21,668 19,809
SF ,1 352 1 393 978 1162 1035 1,206 1,196 1,403 11,418 9,224
[3.1 e nat t (1 Heayt I uliruan

1 1 ,"47 1 409 1,279 1284 1560 1463 1,440 1.463 12,664 11,348
liia vi 0 vi F vii Iit} Adrr riisrrt)n
t681 n 5,194 5.199 5,565 5653 4,998 6.862 49.946 37,763
l i it fud 689 6.645 7,619 6650 6,759 7333 60,566 52,767
;i liii 4t n tust fund 4 4283 4381 4456 3642 3107 4,756 4082 4,015 37123 34,119
7 31 4988 3111 3096 3911 3125 3,121 3,252 31022 27,766
6 r49 2,668 1.667 506 3,272 1,817 1,867 19,314 16364

02,916 2,578 2254 2,528 2.283 2,089 20,823 19,437
t 4201 4,245 5014 -4231 4.253 4,375 40,790 40.642



0,<70433 21,130 21.165 21 293 21303 21,374 24,490 191,991 183,146
it 44 I 5, 'li5 ,44t676 2,711 2.743 23143 21.370
r1t135 20 89 1503 16 163 4.633 4,287

,03, 1,907 1,938 2,131 2,271 2,053 18,451 17,141
v ., i 't0 it1' ., 44 413 455 503 585 497 484 4728 4432



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


Ye r a
Classification Oct, Nov. Dec Jan Feb. March April May June July Aug Sept T
Pror
Date
F f


Outlays-Continued
Deprirnen! )f.. JJt e 1258 786 'F7 689 38 725

Unep oyrner ,ru 010 fund 1 968 3098 4150 3880 451 4 368 3 9 3
Other 670 119 470 6 125 144 81 i 4 8 0 .
Department of State 330 '398 437 303 331 3
Departmnk-t of Trans ortabon
Hqglway trust fund 1,401 311 1149 974 822 13 69 1 326 506 1 4
Other 1482 1396 1,481 1573 1292 1447 1494 1419 1356 14
Department of the Treasury
nterest on the public debt 18596 342 17 755 18608 18419, 23791 008
Other 11273937 108145 2427 286 13287 99 108
Department of Veterans Affairs
Compensaton and pensions 1,325 25661361 107 1,42 1382 1383 5 1 4
National servce life 68 58 54 86 401 34 41 37 36
United States government ife 3 2 1 3 7 1 1 2 1
Other 1,652 1,412 1182 1 001 1 349 1,661 1 403 1265 1,096 !2 2'
Environmental Protection Agency 564 498 579 361 424 537 502 435 552 4 45'
General Services Administration 154 354 226 191 317 426 601 3431 204 28
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration 1.251 1,194 1308 103148 4133 1151 1057 11 44
Office of Personnel Management 2,972 2709 2,999 2968378 2775 3 051-2 "3, 0
Small Business Administration 163 23 23 7 6 19 36 6i 22 291 4
Independent agencies,
Fed Deposit Ins Corp
Bank insurance funds 1,214 3042 443 1502 1634 639 890 418 3364 8992 <629
Savings association fund 41 3 10 6 3 _181 21 -6 194 39
FSLIC resolution fund 156 540 9 463 582 187 382 587 94 2983 4 62(
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (0ff-budget) 533 151 647 473 102 232 76 717 10258 164
Payment to the Postal Service
fund 158 118 118 393
Resolution Trust Corporation 2,121 1,413 5917 2,128 870 7889 4261 4374 2030 2'447 23414
Tennessee Valley Authority 93 362 27 140 50 66 264 254 47 1 116 746
Other independent agencies 2229 1118 1462 582 1409 1646 1146 1049 1516 9125 8425
Undistributed offsetting receipts
Employer share, employee retirement 02771 2,536 2,700 2895 2,838 2869 -2914 2783 2,766
Interest received by trust funds 184559 32318 125 566 380 614 43993 32896
Rents and royalties on outer
contnentai shelf lands 185 30 448 252 13 369 120 4 405 1 38
Other .31 2.50 67 21 11 8 263 7 285 106

Totals this year: Total outlays ............................ 114,660 117,878 106,199 119,742 111,230 123,629 123,821 109,029 117,126 1043,315 ..

(On-budget)..... ................. 94,678 95,584 95,500 97,188 88,006 100,699 102,795 86,339 102,319 863,109

(Off-budget) .......................... 19,982 22,294 10,699 22,554 23,224 22,930 21,026 22,690 14,807 180,205 .....

Total-surplus (+) or deficit ( )....... -36,592 44,684 2,537 15,650 49,174 50,712 +14,609 46,786 +3,783 227,742 .....

(On-budget) ......................... 37,461 44,687 15,328 17,251 49,716 54,347 +610 49,473 10,891 278,545

(Off-budget) .......................... +869 +3 +12,792 +1,601 +542 +3,635 +13,999 +2,687 +14,675 +50,803

Total borrowing from the public....... 41,283 25,791 22,923 11,449 21,351 50,138 6,292 33,840 22,318 235,385 182,163
8]r? ..I _1t) n? 9/,iiO S IL im> / 1 1x '-:) Q ".'....

U)n Si,;,:+',' 9 4' 906 "' 1 4 Q 144 ''fi\I '44" 9' 4r4 4;1 /',. "

18, 913 '1144,0 14 u Inn> :1/0 II '6 1'- i : -' 4 (4/ 4

Jr, ..../ 36,4 4' '71 ',-Io'i() fol ,(l 4//Si Sr 's'4 3 <'} '


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Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of June 30, 1992 [$ millions]
i MSecurities held as Investments This Month / Fiscal Year to Date Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts 1 Outlays Excess C e
This Year This Month This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held
Ar' 1,007 532 475 4,767 4,337 430 15 194 15,0? 15,611
B+rk rgi s ..52 50 2 476 468 8
Fedec'a sity are... 3416 2,743 673 24,008 23,143 865 13105 13446 I3,971
r e-poees Ie and reah (*) .949 949 17,033 182a1 18246
Fteea enpoyees trnernt ....... 13,133 2 829 10304 34772 25.631 9.141 264147 262950 2'3308
eer o t surance .13,114 7,333 5,781 73262 60,566 12,696 109327 117633 122 774
Fetea ad-aqe atI s tr(iirs insurance 38387 24,490 13897 239.343 191,991 47,352 255,55' 288 62 302 986
Federal supplen er t iry media insurance 5,098 4,015 1.084 41,538 37 123 4,415 16,241 18209 19397
11hfuay.. 2337 1,634 703 14146 11,543 2,603 19389 21268 22287
K ta', advance ..859 980 120 8697 9262 565
2a ,a retrenert. 2923 626 2,297 6,574 5,593 981 10434 11,367 11,204
K ary1 rernent 1 356 2,058 702 32,355 18,288 14,068 76,056 90.526 89,866
2,en t .. 2297 3,592 1,295 21,814 31,031 9217 47,569 39789 38 158
Veterans Ie ns.rance 569 9 561 1,398 1 095 303 12655 12,403 12,934
A ot'er trust 434 472 38 3802 2,623 !179 7290 8376 8,414
Total trust fund receipts and outlays
and investments held from
Table 6-D ................................ 84,982 51,363 33,619 506,953 421,745 85,208 863,997 918,027 949,156
Less rnterfund transactons 42,218 42218 152,908 152,908 .......
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 42,763 9,144 33.619 354,046 268,837 85208

Total Federal fund receipts and outlays ...... 80,347 110,183 29,836 481,666 794,617 312,951 Less Interfund transactions I.. .. 17 17 223 223
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 80,330 110,166 29 836 481,443 794,394 312,951

Less offsetting proprietary receipts, 2,184 2,184 19.916 19,916

Net budget receipts & outlays ................ 120,909 117.126 3,783 815,573 1,043,315 227,742

No transaction Note Details may not add to total, due to r
Iterfund inup- id outlays are transactions between Federal lunds and trust funds
*: a> FedetaF paytents atd contributions. and interest and profits on investments in Federal t't rttIes They 'ao t I ficr ot overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipts side of a 1 r t aa t l ii t a! t bugdet Outlays In this table Interfund receipts are shown as an i stmt to arrive t oa irei pts 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, June 1992
and Other Periods
[S million,]

Classification This Month To Dat r d

RECEIPTS
Co I ra fi 0no tIi>' 20 )1.7

U(ero o y t en r' 1t in(, 2 7 D14
Othri trrte ,ie ii notirb ht t ri 3 84 3;4 ,
Ultrer rades 4 22r i 34 r4vmir 38
Estlitn ind I ft t~ren 842834
Customs 1 477 1/'71",
M>scellar reoun 2 127 18 71 "

Total ...................... ....... 120,909 815,573 8 8

NET OUTLAYS
Natrorral ile~nne 25851 220 928
Interiatmon atta r. 930 11
Goneradl >0 srene w 0' Ii> t ig, 951 12
Energy~ !40 3071
Natural resoces anI 1nw.( nmenl 1626 15074
Agrnculture 678 13 94
Commerce and -ju!,nl red1 1,719 109t4
Transportation 3352 24 185
Community and Reqona Devei:,ient 638 5913
Education training employment and social services 3,938 34 735
Health 8635 65503
Medicare 10214 878n9
Income se'uriy 13,565 151 001
Social Securly. 27,232 215 094
Veterans nenetits and serwce> 2.527 2537S
Administration of justce 1,400 10833
General government 1,456 9 665
Interest 15,447 150254
Undistributed offsetting receipts 3,172 26.899
Total ....................... ................ 117,126 1,043,315 968021



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Explanatory Notes
1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement employees' salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
The Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) is assembled from data in the for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting central accounting system. The major sources of data include monthly collections and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by accounting reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily law, refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and reports from the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail accounting management funds. Federal credit programs subject to the Federal Credit transactions affecting receipts and outlays of the Federal Government Reform Act of 1990 use the cash basis of accounting. Budgetary outlays of and off-budget Federal entities, and their related effect on the assets and subsidy and administrative expenses are recorded in the program liabilities of the U.S. Government. Information is presented in the MTS on account. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recognized on the a modified cash basis. 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
categories: (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 the 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 fines, certain licenses, 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 appeanng 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, S. 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, intergovernmental, and trust); collections are netted 9 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) intergovernmental 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 of 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) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402, by (either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund
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 the payments and receipts both occur within the trust statistics, and special reports. fund group, Budget of the United States Govemment, Fiscal Year 19
Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402). This publication is a outlays by function, by subfunction, or by agency. There are four types of single volume which provides budget information and contains: receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed
offsetting receipts. They are: (1) agencies' payments (including payments -Appendix, The Budget of the United States Govemment, 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.e., 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 for on the basis of checks issued by f rom Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury, Government disbursing officers, and cash payments made. Certain Washington, D.C. 20227). This annual report represents budgetary intergovernmental outlays do not require issuance of checks. An example results at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt would be charges made against appropriations representing a part of and appropriation accounts at the detail level.





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