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Monthly Treasury Statement
of Rece~ipts and ( )tly
of the uLlnih d Stcaltes (i\'ernnimen

[()r- I ca 1991 1 buoug Novembier 30, 1992, wlHI( Fj





Highlight',


Military active duty pay, veterans benefits, and supplemental seICUrity incon-te pa\ mnnL totu. h 1, 1992 were acceleratedI to October 30, 1 992, thereby lowering outlays for the month ()f N\en)wr



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH NOVEMBER 1992


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Introduction

The Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts; revolving and manageGovernment (NITS) is prepared by the Financial Management Service, Department of ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended are the Treasury, and after approval by the Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, is treated as deductions from gross outlays and interest on the public debt (public normally released on the 15th workday of the month following the reporting month issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Major information sources include The publication is based on data provided by Federal entities, disbursing officers, accounting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal and Federal Reserve banks Reserve banks.

Triad of Publications
Audience The MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports. The Daily Treasury
The MTS is published to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provides in the cash position of the Treasury, Those who are responsible for or interested in data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the the Government'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 of f-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 of 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 Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit./Surplus



FY 1992
October ............................. 78,068 114,660 36,592
November ........ .................. 73,194 117,878 44,684
December .... .......... ...... ..... 103,662 106,199 2,537
January ............. 104,094 119,758 15,664
February 62,218 111,391 49,174
March .... ................. ....... 73,087 123,799 50,712
April .... ........ 138,503 123,894 -14,609
M ay ................................ ..... 62,303 109,089 46,786
June ....... ...... 120,920 117,137 -3,783
July 79,080 122,226 43,146
August ...... ....... ............ 78,218 102,920 24,702
September 118,344 112,943 -5,400
Year-to-Date .......................... 1,091,692 1,381,895 290,204
FY 1993
October ...... ........... 76,833 125,698 48,865
November .... ........ .............. 74,635 107,365 32,730
Year-to-Date .......................... 151,468 233,063 81,595






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


Current Budget Prior Bud9gI
This Estimates Fiscal Year E'tmafe.
Classification Month Fiscal Full Fiscal to Date Next Fi'ia
Month Year to DateFulFsatoDe t,
Year1 (1992) Year 1994i'



Total on budget and off-budget resuLts
Total receipts 1463' 151,468 1 162934

On-budget receipts 51 221 ,06 278 838 919 108 114
Off-budget receipts 23414 451 90 324015 4,148 -4 '3
Total outlays 107365 233063 1 503886 232 38 74

On-budget outlays 83446 187,303 1 238,659 19025' 1
Off-budget outlays 23919 45,760 265,227 42283 7' 412
Total surplus (-) or deficit ( 1 32 730 81,595 340 952 81 276 2742 1

On-budget surplus (+) or deficit .32225 81.025 -399,740 82,141 344558
Off-budget surplus ) or deficit ) 505 570 58,788 865 19
Total on-budget and off-budget financing 32,730 81,595 340 952 81,276 274 23

Means of financing,
Borrowing from the public 61,969 60416 342,265 67 073 274 796
Reduction of operating cash increase (-) 7,346 32,074 16,960
By other means -21893 10,895 1313 2757 57

These figures are based on the Mid Sesston Review The President s Budget and Economic No Transactions
Growth Agenda released by the Office of Management and Budget on July 24 1992 Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding





Figure 1. Monthly Receipts, Outlays, and Budget Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993





$ billions

150
Outlays

120-, .

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Feb Apr.Jun Au
90 %60-"""


30- Receipts






"30


-60- Deficit(-)/Surplus


-90j. I I I I I I
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Ot Nov.


FY FY
92 93








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Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993



$ billions
160
Total Receipts
140


120
OSocial Securi n. A
1008060

40
Income Taxe 20
0Other Taxes and Receip~ts


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

FY FY
92 93




Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993


$ billions
140 "
Total Outlays



100
Social Security & Medicare 80


60- Other Non-Defes

40
Ntonal Defense 20- / ,t

Oil I IInterest Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Nov.

FY FY
92 93


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Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 1992 and Other Periods [S millions]

Current Comparable Bde
Classification This Month Fiscal PirPro

Year t DateFull Fiscal Ye4r'
Budget Receipts

Ildiv dudI inCOm~ taxes 1U97 8 ~ O
Corporation income taxes 1,4,8 It5~
Social insurance taxes and contributions
Employment taxes and contributions (off-budget) 23,414 45,190 4
Employment taxes and contributions (on-buidget) 6,850 13,209 1~ o
Unemployment insurance 2,270 3304 36
Other retirement contributions 366 792 t
Excise taxes 4.082 7,752 153
Estate anid gift taxes 954 1 9811 90
Customs duties 1,503 3,169 3019
Miscellaneous receipts 618 2.109 455(,S
Total Receipts .......................... ................... 74,635 151,468 151,262 1,162,934

(On-budget)............ .............. ................... 51,221 106,278 108.114 838,919

(Off-budget)... .......................... .............. 23,414 45,190 43,148 324,015

Budget Outlays

Legislative Branch 211 414 458 2.785
The Judiciary 162 297 286 2,792
Executive Office of the President 22 40 3325
Funds Appropriated to the President ......3,625 4,858 2.995 1 8
Department of Agriculture 5 624 12,674 12 302 6233
Department of Commerce 285 575 471 2,882
Department of Defense- Military 19,949 46,182 47,545 278,006
Department of Defense-Civil 2 506 4.999 4705 29260
Department of Education 2.675 5,008 4,626 30,781
Department of Energy .....1 391 3,105 3.045 16232
Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security 18.914 44,563 42 897 290,789
Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security 24,141 46,919 43.911 296,912
Department of Housing and Urban Development 2,053 4,644 4,024 26,128
Department of the Interior .....500 1.198 1 280 6544
Department of Justice 913 2,128 2,045 10366
Department of Labor .. .... ...2,832 6 498 4,895 38.914
Department of State .... .365 1,265 963 5,209
Department of Transportation ............2,976 5,910 5.595 34,512
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt .....22,506 40,484 41,079 307,463
Other ., _...........902 764 2 065 3,312
Department of Veterans Affairs ..........1.717 5,778 7,086 34 180
Environmental Protection Agency .......511 950 1,062 6,156
General Services Administration 478 313 508 1,320
National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1,317 2.4 15 2,444 14,086
Office of Personnel Management ........2,586 5,676 5,682 37,499
Small Business Administration 95 208 186 392
Other independent agencies:
Resolution Trust Corporation ....3,628 6,206 3,535 42,457
Other 2,403 4.703 8,231 30,251
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest 4,952 5.395 4,694 81,975
Other 2,954 -5.750 5-2237,539
Total outlays .............................................. 107,365 233,063 232,538 1,503.886

(On-budget) ........................ ............... ...... 83,446 187,303 190,255 1,238,659

(Off-budget).............................................. 23,919 45,760 42,283 265,227

Surplus (+) or deficit ................................ 32,730 81,595 81,2763492

(On-budget).......................................... ... 32,225 81,025 -82,141 399,740

(Off -budget) ............................................... 505 570 +865 +58.788

'These figures are based on the Mid-Session Review The President s Budget arid Econiomiic No Transactlions
Growth Agenda, released b~y the Office of Management and Budget on July 24, 1992 Note Details May not add to totals due to rounidiig













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

Classification Gross Refunds Gross Refunds Gross Refunds
Receipts Receipts Receipts
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts (Deduct) Receipts (Deduct)

Individual income taxes:
33,085 33,085 67,600 67,600 69,739 ... 69,739
F, C FLInd C C C C C C
1,775 1.760 14 5.357 2,570 2,787 5.468 3,018 2,450
Total -Individua I income taxes ...... ........... ..... 34,860 1,760 33,099 72,957 2,570 70,387 75,207 3,018 72,189

Corporation income taxes ... ............................. 2,312 833 1,478 6,603 3,028 3,575 6,024 3,946 2,078

Social insurance taxes and contributions:
EMPlOyMent taxes and contributions
Federal old-age and survivors ins trust fund:
Federal insurance Contributions Act taxes 21,148 21,148 40,826 40,826 38,968 X968
Self -Employ ment Contributions Act taxes
Deposits by States C 4 4
Other C C C I C ') C *)
Total-FOASI trust fund 21,148 21,148 40,815 40,815 38,973 .... 38,973

Federal disability insurance trust fund
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ......... 2,266 2,266 4,375 4 375 4,175 ..... 4,175
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ........ ...... ...... ...
Receipts from railroad retirement account ......
Deposits by States .. .... ....... C C C
Other
Total- FDI trust fund ..... ....... ........... 2,266 2,266 4.375 ...... 4.375 4,175 4,175

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .... ..... 6,568 6.568 12,625 12,625 12,068 12,068
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board
Deposits by States 1-11 1 1 1 I -1 1 *) C
Total-FHI trust fund ........ 6,568 6,568 12,625 12,625 12,069 12,069

Railroad retirement accounts
Rail industry pension fund ...... 151 151 323 7 316 335 335
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit ........ ... 131 131 268 .... 1 268 304 304

Total Employment taxes and contributions 30,264 30,264 58,406 7 58,399 55,857 55,856

Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury 1,849 1,849 2,629 2,629 2,349 2,349
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ... 390 5 386 639 12 628 855 12 843
Railroad unemployment taxes .... .... 12 12 22 22 43 .... 43
Railroad debt repayment ........... ....... ... 24 24 25 25 28 ... 28
Total U nern employment insurance 2.275 5 2,270 3,316 12 3.304 3,276 12 3.264

Other retirement contributions
Federal employees retirement employee
contributions 358 358 777 777 802 802
Contributions for non-federal employees ........ ...... 7 7 15 ... 15 15 ...... 15
Total-Other retirement contributions 366 366 792 ...... 792 817 ..... 817

Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ....................................... 32,905 5 32,900 62,514 19 62,495 59,949 12 59,937

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes' .... 2,288 129 2,159 4,132 164 3,968 3,985 84 3,901
Airport and airway trust fund 464 464 861 861 832 3 829
Highway trust fund 1,408 .... 1,408 2,820 1 2.819 2,932 184 2,748
Black lung disability trust fund .... 50 ... 50 104 104 102 ... 11. 102
Total-Excise taxes ..................................... 4,211 129 4,082 7,917 165 7,752 7,852 271 7,581

Estate and gift taxes ........................................ 982 29 954 2,027 46 1,981 1,954 51 1,903

Customs duties ............................................... 1,578 75 1,503 3,314 145 3,169 3,140 122 3,019

Miscellaneous Receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks 360 360 1,508 1,508 4,012 4,012
All other 259 1 259 602 1 601 544 1 543
Total Miscellaneous receipts ....................... 619 1 618 2,110 1 2,109 4,555 1 4,555

Total Receipts ... ................................... 77,467 2,832 74,635 157,441 5,973 151,468 158,683 7,421 151,262

Total On-budget .......... ......... ................ 54,053 2,832 51,221 112,251 5,973 106,278 115,535 7,421 108,114

Total Off-budget .......... ............ .......... 23,414 .... 23,414 45,190 ...... 45,190 43,148 .... 43,148
------------- --wind', purSAjant to P L 96-223 Less than $500.000
Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding




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

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

ClsiiainGross Appli cabe Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlay%
outlays ReepsOutlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Legislative Branch:
Senate 34 C 4 70
House of Rpenatys73 C 73 130 C
Joint items 6 6 131 t
Congressional Budget Office 1 1 4 44
Ahictof the Capitol 23 1 22 48 452
L o)rary o f Congress 23 23 59 52
Gove~rnment Printing Offlice
Revolving fund (net) 6 6 19 1j 49
General fund appropriations 11 11 18186
General Accounting Office 40 40 83 83 73
United States Tax Court 4 4 6 6 5
Other Legislative Branch agencies 2 2 6 6 7
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 1 1 11
Intrabudgetary transactions C f* (** C. 1
Total-Legislative Branch ............................. 212 2 211 418 4 414 462 4 458

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States 2 2 3 3 88
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial
services 161 C 161 294 U294 272 f. 272
Other C C) C C f 7
Total-The Judiciary .................................. 162 V 162 297 C 1 297 286 C' ) 286

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the White House
Office ... .4 4 7 7 55
Office of Management and Budget 5 ..5 10 10 8 8
Other 14 14 23 23 19 19
Total-Executive Office of the President ........22 .... 22 40 .... 40 33 ...33

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance:
Guaranty reserve fund 98 40 59 158 53 105 167 56 112
Foreign military financing grants 1,986 1,986 2,164 2,164 855 855
Economic support fund ................. 1,367 .. 1.367 1,484 1,484 791 791
Military assistance -7 -7 -7 4
Peacekeeping Operations ....._1 1 2 2 7 7
Other .... _4 4 6 -6 6 6
Proprietary receipts from the public 17 17 -29 -29 17 17
Total -I nternat ional Security Assistance 3,449 56 3,393 3,808 81 3.727 1,830 73 1,758

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
Contributions to the International Development
Association 186 186 236 236
International organizations and programs 73 73 118 118 62 62
Other ........45 .... 45 182 182 170 170
Total- Multilateral Assistance 118 118 486 486 467 467

Agency for International Development
Functional development assistance program 97 97 232 232 216 216
Sub-Saharan Africa development assistance .....28 28 ill ill 61 61
Operating expenses ......31 31 70 70 69 69
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund .. .. .. .
Other 49 7 42 87 10 77 98 5 93
Proprietary receipts from the public 52 52 90 '90 96 96
Intrabudgetary transactions
Total-Agency for International Development 205 59 147 501 100 401 444 t10 343

Peace Corps 20 20 38 38 36 3
Overseas Private Investment Corporation 3 34 .31 7 53 46 5359
Other 7 C* 7 10 1 10 10 1' t

Total -International Development Assistance 353 93 260 1,043 154 889 963 136r8;

International Monetary Programs 175 175 618 618 85 15
Military Sales Proigrams
Special defense acquisition fund 16 2 14 51 42 9 56 4313
Foreign military sales trust fund 804 804 1,829 1,829 1,948 t 948
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund C' C) *) 1 1 62 54 8
Proprietary receipts from the public 1,021 1 021 2 218 2218 1 47'4 1 '4
Other C' C' 3.3 I

Total-Funds Appropriated to the President ... 4,797 1,172 3,625 7.352 2,495 4,858 4.775 1.779 2,995


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 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 Agriculture:
A -, Research Service 61 61 137 137 129 ...... 129
Cooperative State Research Service .... 33 ..... 33 68 .... 68 67 ... 67
Extension Service 30 ... 30 62 62 61 61
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service 35 ..... 35 85 ...... 85 65 65
Food Safety and Inspection Service 38 38 88 ..... 88 85 85
Agricultural Marketing Service ........ 182 1 181 231 1 230 183 4 178
Soil Conservation Service 70 ... 70 160 160 147 147
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
Conservation programs ............. .... 37 37 1,668 1,668 1,639 ... 1.639
Other .... .. ... 62 ...... 62 98 ... 98 91 91
Foreign assistance programs ....... 189 189 50 50 44 44

Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Agricultural credit insurance fund ........ 18 132 -113 229 277 -48 469 373 95
Rural housing insurance fund ...... 326 253 73 598 528 70 1,004 401 603
Rural development insurance fund ............ 76 32 44 197 64 133 236 65 171
Other ... ... -- ....... 1 C *) 1 3 1 2 4 1 4
Salaries and expenses ....... ....... 49 .... 49 113 113 110 .... 110
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...... ....... 24 24 48 ...... 48 32 .... 32
O ther ... ... ........................ 8 ...... 8 19 19 14 ...... 14
Total-Farmers Home Administration 503 416 87 1,207 870 338 1,870 841 1,029

Rural Electrification Administration ...... 84 414 -330 176 603 -428 159 259 -100
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation .......... ....... ..... 87 212 -125 179 277 -98 267 93 174
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ...................... 2,513 434 2,079 4,575 699 3,875 3,824 762 3,062
National Wool Act Program ............. 8 ...... 8 5 5 1 1

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program .............................. 2,066 2,066 4,017 ... 4,017 3,608 .... 3,608
State child nutrition payments .............. 549 ...... 549 1,120 1,120 1,026 .... 1,026
Women. infants and children programs ...... ...... 240 ...... 240 485 ... 485 407 407
O ther .......... ............. ... ..... 28 28 167 ... 167 179 ...... 179
Total-Food and Nutrition Service ... .... 2,884 ...... 2,884 5,789 5,789 5,220 5,220

Forest Service
National forest system ............................... 141 141 242 242 267 ...... 267
Forest service permanent appropriations .. .... ... 19 ...... 19 31 ... 31 33 33
Other .... ....................... 146 ...... 146 308 ... 308 266 ...... 266
Total- Forest Service ........................ --- 305 305 580 580 566 566

O ther .. ... .. .... ....... ............ ......... 53 2 51 113 5 108 103 5 98
Proprietary receipts from the public ....... ... ..... 71 -71 .... 142 -142 254 -254
Intrabudgetary transactions ... ........ ...... ...............

Total-Department of Agriculture ....................... 7,174 1,550 5,624 15,272 2,597 12,674 14,521 2,219 12,302

Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration ........ .... 29 3 27 49 4 45 28 5 23
Bureau of the Census .. ............ ........... 38 ...... 38 88 88 78 ..... 78
Promotion of Industry and Commerce 22 ... 22 53 .... 53 48 48

Science and Technology
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...... 158 1 157 321 1 319 259 2 257
Patent and Trademark Office 14 ... 1 14 17 ... 17 17 ...... 17
National Institute of Standards and Technology 17 .... I 17 35 .... 35 39 ...... 39
Other ... ... ... ........... 4 3 1 13 6 8 19 ... 19
lotal-Science and Technology 192 4 188 386 7 379 334 2 332

Other 20 20 28 ... 28 20 20
Proprietary receipts from the public ....... 9 -9 .... 19 19 29 -29
Intrabudgetary transactions .1 .. ... .. .... .... ...... ... -1 1-1 1
O ffsetting governm ental receipts ...... .... ...... .... ... .. ......

Total-Department of Commerce ....................... 301 16 285 605 30 575 506 36 471









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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 1992 and Other Periods-Continued IS millions)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Pir~~ rrI. a,

Classification rGosjplcb Gross Applicable Outlays Gros Appiidht abl
Outlays Receipts Otys Outlays Receipts Outl... Ril'"


Department of Defense -Military:
M111tar pe -.'Dea mn tthe Ar my 1.188 118 4ld4//
Deaten fthe Navy 1,478 148 '231I
Deponent 1l th Air Force 947 34 7 72

TotalMtryprorfe 3,613 3.613 13 102 13 102 1,1

Operation and main tenarrie
Deparlent Of the Ar my 1,901 1.901 33
Department of the Navy 2.157 2,157 3,463li t
Department of the Air Force 1,933 1 933 3, 653 U, 3
Defense agencies 1,274 1,274 2,742 2 742 11
Total-Operation and maintenance 7,265 7,265 13,791 13 791 1 2

Procurement
Department of the Army 1 040 1,040 2,088 2,088 /1
Department of the Navy 1,916 1,916 4,403 4,403 S~
Department of the Air Force 2.119 21 119 3,952 3 952 390
Defense agencies 252 252 582 582 44

Total- Procurement 5,327 5 327 11,025 11,025 119 ;21l1r

Research, development, test, and evaluation,
Department of the Army 429 429 908 908 983
Department of the Navy 505 505 1.086 1,086 1 1071
Department of the Air Force .... ... 1,148 1,148 2,405 2,405 2,13421k
Defense agencies 671 671 1,355 1 355 1,1611

Total-Research, development, test and evaluation .. 2,752 2.752 5,754 5,754 5,385 5

Military construction:
Department of the Army 108 .. 108 158 158 123 1<
Department of the Navy ....58 .. 58 139 139 147 1417
Department of the Air Force ... ..... 120 120 254 254 142 142
Defense agencies .... 140 ... 140 277 277 124

Total-Military construction ...... 427 .... 427 827 827 53753

Family housing.
Department of the Army ...... 107 107 173 173 20820
Department of the Navy ..47 47 128 128 118
Department of the Air Force 58 58 125 125 14014
Defense agencies ......... 6 C) 6 11 (' 11 4
Revolving and management funds:
Department of the Army ._. ........-178 .. 178 -137 137 21 21
Department of the Navy .. .8 8 23 23 28 28
Department of the Air Force ........... 5
Defense agencies .......279 C 279 1,128 r 1,128 560 560
Trust funds
Department of the Army ...) ..' ...) ...... ... CC1
Department of the Navy .. ....4 1 3 10 4 7 9 45
Department of the Air Force ...1 1 C *) 7 6 1 8 9 1
Defense agencies .. ... ... ...2 2 6 6
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Department of the Army 15 15 15 15 "
Department of the Navy 6 6 131 131 70
Department of the Air Force .... ........3 3 97 97 9"
Defense agencies 23 203 39 39 9
Intrabudgetary transactions
Department of the Army .....2 2 122 122 23121
Department of the Navy .. .....26 26 819 819 42342
Department of the Air Force 5 5 20 20 21 2
Defense agencies
Defense cooperation account .. .8 8 3 3777
Other 17 17 428 428 28121
Offsetting governmental receipts
Department of the Army 3
Defense agencies
Defense cooperation account 11137 37 _124

Total- Department of Defense-Military............... 19,741 208 19,949 46,510 328 46.182 50,213 2,668 47.545







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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 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 Detense-Civil
Corps of Engineers
Construction, general 118 118 212 212 222 222
Operation and maintenance. general 120 120 241 241 266 266
Other 166 166 362 .... 362 233 233
Proprietary receipts from the public 10 -10 32 -32 27
Total-Corps of Engineers 404 10 394 815 32 783 721 27 694

Military retirement,
Payment to military retirement fund 12,273 12273 11,169 11,169
Retired pay
Military retirement fund 2,089 2,089 4,178 4,178 3,955 ...... 3,955
Intrabudgetary transactions 12,273 12,273 11,169 11,169
Education benefits 17 17 30 30 30 30
Other 8 7 10 1 9 27 1 27
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 2 2 2 -2

Total-Department of Defense-Civil ................... 2,518 11 2,506 5,033 34 4,999 4,734 29 4,705

Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ....... 503 ... 503 1,030 1,030 912 912
Impact aid 348 348 377 377 64 64
School improvement programs ... .. .... 151 151 290 290 286 286
Chicago litigation settlement ...... ...... I* *) 1 1 C
Indian education 5 ... 5 12 12 11
Educational excellence ,. ... ...
Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education 1,007 1,007 1,709 1,709 1,273 .... 1,273

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs 17 ... .. 17 35 35 31 31
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Special education ... .. 218 218 416 416 387 ...... 387
Rehabilitation services and disability research .... ....... 173 173 321 321 330 330
Special institutions for persons with disabilities ..... .... 16 16 26 26 19 ... 19
Office of Vocational and Adult Education 248 ...... 248 379 ... 379 150 ...... 150

Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans .. ......... ... ... .. 9 -9 ...... 22 -22 3 19 -16
Student financial assistance .. .. .. 628 628 1,336 1,336 1.314 1,314
Guaranteed student loans 278 278 507 .... 507 892 892
Higher education 28 28 140 140 130 130
Howard University 18 ... 18 37 37 32 32
Other -4 -6 -6 -2 -2
Total-Office of Postsecondary Education .... 948 9 940 2,015 22 1,993 2,370 19 2,350

Office of Educational Research and Improvement .... 32 ...... 32 63 63 50 50
Departmental management 27 27 72 ... 72 42 42
Proprietary receipts from the public ...... .... 3 6 -6 6 -6

Total -Department of Education ........................ 2,687 12 2,675 5,036 28 5,008 4,652 25 4,626

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities ..... 861 861 Z000 2,000 1,971 ... 1,971

Energy programs
General science and research activities 99 99 231 231 225 225
Energy supply, R and D activities 235 235 504 504 549 549
Uranium supply and enrichment activities 79 79 206 206 349 349
Fossil energy research and development 39 39 68 68 72 72
Energy conservation 37 37 67 67 54 54
Strategic petroleum reserve 39 39 56 56 29 29
Nuclear waste disposal fund 25 25 59 59 56 56
Other 10 10 51 C 50 108 C 108
Total-Energy programs 564 C 564 1,241 C 1,241 1,442 C 1,441

Power Marketing Administration 171 104 67 365 207 158 261 193 68
Departmental administration 49 49 97 97 75 75
Proprietary receipts from the public 86 86 308 308 443 443
IntrabOdgetary transactions 63 80 80
Offsetting governmental receipt-, 2 2 3 -3 6 6

Total- Department of Energy ... .......... ..... 1.583 192 1,391 3,623 518 3,105 3,687 642 3,045


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 1992 and Other Periods- Continued
1$ milhonsl

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Por FDsa Year f, D
Classification
C Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays G App cabie
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Rere pl u


Department of Health and Human Services. except Social
Security:
Public Heailth 'sirn
F od nd Drjg Adni stration 5 1 1 1
Heal th Resources ad Services Admninstron i12! 2
rndin Health Service 116 It !6 27 4
Centers for Dise Control 109 1

National lnstdtutes of Health
Cancer research 161 I 1 3- 2>
Heart lung, vnd blood research ilt 11 16 19
Diabetes digestive and kidney diseases 68 68 1 t 11 10
Neurological disorders and stroke 44 44 91 1.
Allergy and infectious diseases 88 88 161 1 1
General medical sciences 88 88 140 t4(
Child health and human development 39 39 86
Other research institutes 119 119 225 220
Research resources 26 26 5757'8
Other 30 30 60 60 9
Total National Institutes of Health 775 775 1,467 1467 3

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration 238 238 464 464 4 43
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research 11 11 4 4
Assistant secretary for health 48 48 111 111 116 1

Total--Public Health Service 1 476 1 1,476 2 914 1 2914 2 766 1 2 766

Health Care Financing Administration
Grants to States for Medicaid 5,592 5,592 11,807 11 807 10 963 4
Payments to health care trust funds 3,157 3,157 6,355 6,355 6402 6402

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments 6,481 6,481 13,696 13,696 12218 12 218
Administrative expenses and construction 74 74 158 158 214 214
Interest on normalized tax transfers
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from FHI
Total-FHI trust fund 6 555 6,555 13,854 13854 12432 12432

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Benefit payments 3725 3,725 8472 8472 8698 8 69
Administrative expenses and construction ... 48 48 152 152 218 218

Total-FSMI trust fund 3,773 3,773 8,624 8,624 8.916

Other 113 113 162 162 16 16

Total-Health Care Financing Administration 19,190 19,190 40802 40,802 38,729 38 729

Social Security Administration:
Payments to Social Security trust funds 5 5 1 528 1,528 1 682 1 682
Special benefits for disabled coal miners 67 67 134 134 138 138
Supplemental security income program 314 314 3414 3414 4047 4 47
Total--Social Security Administration 386 386 5,076 5,076 5 867

Administration for children and families:
Family support payments to States 3.1....... 1,36 1 316 2,752 2,752 2 394
Low income home energy assistance .... 50 50 258 258 25
Refugee and entrant assistance 28 28 44 44 68 68
Community Services Block Grant Act Programs 24 24 63 63 54 54
Payments to States for afdc work programs 29 29 65 657
Interim assistance to States for legalization ..... .... 16 16 28 28 161 tnt
Payments to States for day care assistance 17 17 24 24
Social services block grant 323 323 432 432 297 29
Acf service programs 277 277 563 563 559 ...
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance 53 53 81 81 417 :,7
Other C CI *) Cl .) '.
O th e r.. .......................--........ ... ... .......... ..... ( )( )( )( )l
Total-Administration for children and families 2,132 2.132 4,310 4 0 4 C 4 L)

Office of the Secretary 19 19 83 83 3n 6
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 131 1,131 2268 2268 2 -9-0






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

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

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


Department of Housing and Urban Development:Continued
ntraucg~ary rans 'Is0
Cu,,' rate tr to the general fund
FrnriFOASI and FOI.. ..
P:.net io a Onsurance for the aged,
F- lerl hospital insurance trust fund ...
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund 3,157 .. -3,157 -6,355 .. 6,355 -6,402 -6,402
Paymnents for tax arnd other credits.
Federal hospital insurance trust fund C*)(
Other

Total -Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security ............................ 20,046 1,132 18,914 46,832 2,269 44,563 44,997 2,100 42,897

Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefi payments ..21,322 21,322 42,711 42.711 40,302 40,302
Administrative expenses and construction .. 186 ... 186 327 327 500 500
Payment to railroad retirement account .. ... ... ...
nterest expense on interfund borrowings ... ......
Interest on normalized tax transfers ...
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from
FO ASI .. . .
Total-FOASI trust fund 21,508 .. 21,508 43,038 43,038 40,802 .40.802

Federal disability insurance trust tund:
Benefit payments ......... 2,567 .... 2,567 5,278 5,278 4,666 4,666
Administrative expenses and construction 71.....7171 132 .... 132 124 124
Payment to railroad retirement account ........... ...... ..
Interest on normalized tax transfers
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from FDI
Total-FDI trust fund 2,638 2,638 5,409 ... 5,409 4,791 4,791

Proprietary receipts from the public .... .. U*
Intrabudgetary transactions' .. .... 5 .-5 -1,528 .. 1,528 -1,682 -1,682

Total -Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security(of f-budget) .......................... 24,141 () 24,141 46,919 () 46,919 43,911 V 43,911

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programsPublic enterprise tundls
Federal housing administration fund .... 682 431 251 1,252 871 381 2,229 2,223 6
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund .....-5 49 -54 404 100 304 429 108 321
Other ... .24 7 17 53 12 40 6 12 -6
Rent supplement payments 3 3 8 8 10 10
Homeownership assistance 5 5 11 11 15 15
Rental housing assistance .. ....47 47 106 .. 106 108 ..108
Rental housing development grants ..... C) .... C *) 7 7 4 4
Low-rent public housing ...47 47 85 85 266 266
Public housing grants .........169 .. 169 382 382 327 .. 327
College housing grants .... ...2 2 3 3 4 C ) 3
Lower income housing assistance ... 781 781 1,778 .. 1,778 1,762 .... 1,762
Section 8 contract renewals .... ........ 170 170 330 330 190 190
Portability program tees ..........* *) .... C* *) C *) C *)...
Special purpose grants 2 ..2 3 3 1 1
Other 2 2 4 4 2 2
Total-Housing programs ........ 1,928 486 1,442 4,425 982 3,443 5,351 2.343 3.008

Public and Indian Housing programs:
Payment-, for operation of low-income housing
projects 178 .... 178 375 .... 375 339 339
Low-rent public housing-Loans and other expenses .. 247 3 244 259 17 242 94 18 75
Total-Public and Indian Housing programs ...... 425 3 422 634 17 616 432 18 414

Government National Mortgage Association
Management aid liquidating functions fund C C C C) C C (r I
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities ..91 149 58 188 276 88250 403 -153
Participation sales fund
Totial-Government National Mortgage Association 91 149 -58 188 276 88250 403 -153

Community Planning arid Development
Pu~bli en ter prise tund s 8 8 ()22 17 5 33 19 14
Goi uiy Development Grants 261 261 559 559 541 541
Ott..r 21 21 42 .. 42 33 33
T, nil Comrmunorit y Plannring and Development 289 8 281 624 17 606 606 19 588



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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, November 1992 and Other Period s-Continued
IS millions]

This Month Current FiscalI Year to Date pror Fr 1(' Dat

ClasifcatonGross jApplicable Otas Gross Applicable Oullay9 n pp it
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Oullay~. Nr p'


Department of Housing and Urban Development:Continued
........r'rr r I! Ailrrn' I ratIn0 7 7 103

Prurne n 'p'fr om the public 4.3 43 4'1

Total- Department of Housing and Urban
Development............ ...... ...... ........... ..... 2,742 690 2.053 5,979 1.336 4,644 6 807 2,182 4 024

Department of the Interior:
Land and mrirerals~ management
Bureau of Land Management
Management of lands and resources 42 42 99 4
Fire protection 10 10 27
Other 28 28 44 441
Minerals Management Service 59 59 126 126e 1
Office Of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement 25 25 57 5

Total-Land and minerals management 165 165 353 3

Water and science,
Bureau of Reclamation
Construction program ..28 28 50 50VS
Operation and maintenance 22 22 53 53 4.
Other 33 7 26 71 11 6096'
Geological Survey 52 52 120 120 9
Bureau of Mines 15 2 12 33 5 28 34 4

Total-Water and science ...... ...150 9 140 327 16 311 2618

Fish and wildlife and parks
United States Fish and Wildlife Service ... ..84 84 182 182 1821.
National Park Service .... 120 120 262 262 213 ~

Total-Fish and wildlife and parks .. ...204 204 444 444 395 395

Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Operation of Indian programs 120 120 197 197 109
Indian tribal funds 36.6.2 28 13813
Other 14 2 13 63 2 61 24 2

Total-Bureau of Indian Affairs ..98 2 97 232 2 230 271 _.271

Territorial and international affairs .. ... 9 9 129 129 145 145
Departmental offices ... ...55 55 58 58 51 51
Proprietary receipts from the public ....165 -165 322 322 269 269
Intrabudgetary transactions __5 5 -6 6 -4 4
Offsetting governmental receipts(*) )(II4

Total -Department of the Interior......................... 675 176 500 1,538 340 1,198 1,572 291 1,280

Department of Justice:
Legal activities 222 222 835 8358485
Federal Bureau of investigation 176 176 371 3713433
Drug Enforcement Administration 78 78 143 143 10 -.p6
Immigration and Naturalization Service .... .... 136 136 242 242 21221
Federal Prison System ...187 7 180 366 14 352 413 1240
Office of Justice Programs 68 68 129 129 146 14
Other 80 80 119 119 58 5
Intrabudgetary transactions .. ... ... 2 2 5 52
Offsetting governmental receipts ........_....24 24 57 57 6.2 64

TotalI-Department of Justice............................. 944 31 913 2,199 71 2,128 2,121 76 2,045

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration
Training and employment services 333 333 686 686 626
Community Service Employment for Older Americans 33 33 62 62 64
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances 11 11 18 18 33 3
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operations 48 48 21 21 37 3*
Payments to the unemployment trust fund 710 710 1,300 1.300
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds 25025





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

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

Classification Gross Applicable 0Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Department of Labor: -Continued

Feacra ~ ~ ~ ~ i ta- mpy *tisurarce
Sa ynnttefts2,784 2,784 5.529 5,529 3,583 3,583
Stt nn .raieepcnses 302 302 568 568 465 ..465
Fe.er 1-1nstatv expenses 10 10 22 22 16 16
Vtrisrpoy ntand training 18 18 27 27 24 24
Reprnn i f adnrces from the general fund
Ra ,ie .n rpoment insurance 4 4 10 10 14 14
Otn- 3 3 4 4 3 3

Tot Unemploymrent trust fund 3,119 3,119 6.160 6,160 4,105 4,105

Other 4 4 9 9 16 ...16

Total -EmploymentI and Training Administration 4.162 4.162 8,465 8.465 4,882 4,882

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 63 2115 -51 126 79 47 109 4 106
Employment Standards Administration
Salaries and expenses ....20 20 37 ...37 38 38
Special benefits -672 -672 -701 .. 701 -322 -322
Black lung disability trust fund ....51 51 99 99 104 .104
Other 9 9 24 ,24 21 ..21
Occupational Safety and Health Administration 17 17 40 40 44 44
Bureau of Labor Statistics 17 17 45 .. 45 41 41
Other 39 39 58 58 77 77
Proprietary receipts from the public C~~ *) ..1 1 1 1
Intrabudgetary transactions 761 -761 1,616 1 -1,616 -95 -95

Total -Department of Labor .......................... 2,947 115 2,832 6,578 80 6,498 4,899 4 4,895

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salaries and expenses .140 140 408 408 342 342
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad ..... 33 33 93 93 40 ..-40
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund .113 ---113
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ..37 37 68 .68 63 63
Other 22 22 27 27 8 ....8

Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs .... 232 .232 595 595 565 565

International organizations and Conferences ..81 .81 567 .567 431 431
Migration and refugee assistance 82 .82 116 116 52 52
International narcotics control .......9 9 18 18 14 14
Other .. . .. . ..6 6 15 15 15 15
Proprietary receipts from the public
Intrabudgetary transactions 46, ... 46 -46 46 11313
Offsetting governmental receipts ..

Total-Department of State ........................... 365 ... 365 1,265 ... 1,265 963 ... 963

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund
Federal-aid highways 1,472 1.472 2,944 2,944 2,695 2,695
Other .15 15 21 .21 23 23
Other programs .... 20 20 39 .. 39 32 32

Total-Federal Highway Administration 1,507 1,507 3,004 3,004 2,751 .2,751

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 21 21 38 38 29 29

Federal Railroad Administration
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation 76 76 180 180 113 113
Other 35 2 33 52 3 50 45 1 44

Total Feideral Railroad Adrmiinist ration 112 109 232 3 229 158 1 157













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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal 4-ear to unis,
Classification Gross Applicable OutlGys Gross Applicable Outlay o A
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Reci'pts


Department of Transportation:-Continued
Federal Tr AdrnStrt
Forr a grr m S 4 .4
OD>~,ct oary marnrt 1la; a i 6
Other 1 1r


A ,: _Jrld
Federal An to Ad IOpstrat pII
Opera ons 186 185 4, 2

Airport anrd irway trust fud 6
Granrts', ald ar a reports 177 1'' 40f4}; f
Faliht es and eq Jnprnent iI }1131 ,32 23 22
Research erng neer ng and deve oprment 11 11t 2C 62
Operations 285 25 30 (
lotad-A rport arnd arway trust 'und 605 n0 1 044 I 044 605

Other "

Total-Federal Avation Admrnistraton 791 791 1470 1 472 1;42

Coast Guard
Operating expenses 150 150 419 419 41
Acquisiion construction and improvements 14 14 36 36
Retired pay 34 34 76 76 69
Other 11 11 22 1 21 28 1
Total-Coast Guard 210 209 553 1 552 562 1

Maritime Administration 66 31 35 106 41 65 182 70
Other 45 1 45 80 1 79 53 35
Proprietary receipts from the public ") 1 1
intrabudgetary transactions C) (*) 3 3
Offsetting governmental receipts .. (" 2 2 1

Total-Department of Transportation ................. 3,010 34 2,976 5,957 47 5,910 5,671 76 5,595

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental offices
Exchange stabilization fund 100 1 -101 5 2 6 338 3 341
Other 19 19 58 58 30 30

Financial Management Service
Salaries and expenses 19 19 39 39 33 33
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation 587 587 58' 58
Claims. judgements, and relief acts 28 28 46 46 349 349
Other 33 33 40 40 32 32

Total- Financial Management Service 80 80 712 712 1 002 1 00?

Federal Financing Bank 110 110 223 223 222 222
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Salaries and expenses 23 23 60 60 52 52
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico 18 18 33 33 36 36
United States Cuntnms Service 159 159 301 301 272 272
Bureau of Engravng and Printing 1 1 5 5 1 1
United States Mrnt 8 8 26 26 21 21
Bureau of the Pubic Debt 16 16 35 35 30 30

Internal Revenue Servie
Process ng tax returns ard ass stance 117 117 253 253 22'
Tax law enforcement 286 286 638 638 524
Information system 76 76 171 171 127 27
Payment where earned come credit exceeds abity
for tax 22 22 43 43 34
Health insurance supplement to earned ncone credit 2 2 4 4
Refunding i-tera revenue col1ns interest 189 189 371 31t 664 r 4
Other 34 34 30 30 30
-. .-.-.-.-..-.-.---.--..--............. ....... ... ...6 0
Total-Interna Rever je ervce 726 726 1 510 1 I1 1,h0' 1 1











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

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

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


Department of the Treasury: -Continued
ma- r>S c n ~49 49 101 101 79 79
('ntur tm ueny27 3 23 65 8 57 47 3 44
Oh Irf ~e ~n16 2 14 41 12 29 53 50 3


Pc arua basis' 16,775 16,775 34,059 34,059 35 503 35,503
Se sscash basis) 5,731 .. 5,731 6,425 6.426 5,591 14 5.577
Ft itr-tOn thle Public debt 22,506 22,506 40,484 40,484 41,094 14 41,079

~ .5 5 8 8 6 6
Pr re eipts from the public 373 373 247 -247 53753
I~ep- trorn off-budget federal entities
.0 ~1, t r v, transactions -1,399 -1,399 -3,111 -3,111 -4,017 -4,017
Of-t rs _-renmental receipts 59 -59 .... 109 -109 ... 127 -127

Total- Department of the Treasury .................... 22,042 437 21,605 40,098 378 39,720 39,749 734 39,015

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration:
Medical care 1,185 1,185 2.258 2,258 2449 2,449
Other 21 20 1 38 39 -1 104 46 58

Veterans Benefits Adrmnistration
Pubi c enterprise funds.
Lcan guaranty revolving fund 181 45 136 341 88 253 273 129 144
Other 93 64 28 138 124 13 134 105 28
Compensation and pensions 79 .. 79 2,702 2.702 3,891 3,891
Readjustment benefits 63 63 153 .. 153 152 152
Post-Vietnarn era veterans education account 5 ..5 20 20 33 33
Insurance funds.
National service life 60 60 129 129 193 193
United States government life 1 1 2 2 4 4
Veterans special life .........5 3 2 13 7 6 15 7 8
Other -13 .. 13 21 21 -8 -8

Total-Veterans Benefits Administration 474 112 361 3,476 220 3.256 4,687 242 4A445

Construction 44 44 93 C) 93 120 120
Departmental administration .... ......171 171 269 269 183 183
Proprietary receipts from the public
National service life 33 -33 65 -65 66 -66
United States government life C *) C** C (*) C *) C (*) C ')
Other 12 12 ..29 29 102 102
Intrabudgetary transactions ..' ........ ... C C3 .. I" C *)

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs ................. 1,894 178 1,717 6,131 353 5,778 7,542 456 7,086

Environmental Protection Agency:
Salaries arid expenses 14 14 61 61 234 234
Abatern eif control, and compliance 115 115 225 225 145 C 144
Construction grants 158 158 315 315 401 401
Hazardous substance superfund 105 105 209 209 249 249
Other 128 (C' 128 159 1 158 56 C* 55
Proprietary receipts from the public 7 -7 17 -17 23 23
Intraburigetary transactions
Offsetting governmental receipts1111

Total-Environmental Protection Agency................. 520 9 511 970 19 950 1,085 23 1,062

General Services Administration:
Re poprty act vi ties 513 513 -251 -251 546 546
Pesoalpoperty activities 19 19 -56 -56 31 31
f mTur Reouce Management Service 33 33 38 38 36 3
F ea om yresuc activities 1 1 3 3 3 3
Ce 'a 1tviis15 15 29 29 32 32
Pro-'t,r r e iipt s fromir tfie public -3 3 C' C() 6 6

Total-General Services Administration.................. 481 3 478 31V'' 313 514 6 508











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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior i~a Yeair iih
Classification Gross Appicable Gross Applicable Otas Gross Applihcablt'
I OutlaysOuly
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts~


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Reiisearch ad development I, 513' 11
Spae tht ont, ol and data omJMUnjCat1()W, 9h~r 47/9 *,




Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration................................. .1317 1,317 2,415 2,415 2,444 2444

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitant, employees~ health
benefits 293 293 540 540
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund
Civil service retirement dnd disability fund 2 798 2 798 5.586 5.586 5 7
Employees health benefits fund 1,085 1,220 134 2 261 2,41? 151 2 o
Employees i fe- insurance fund C ) 390 390 210 517 3081
Retired em ,ployees health benefits fund 1 1 1 11
Other 23 23 16 10 r J
Intrabudgetary transactions
Civil service retirement and disability fund
General fund contributions
Other 4 4 8 8 101

Total-Office of Personnel Management.............4,196 1,610 2,586 8,606 2,930 5,676 8.435 2,753 5 682

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds
Business loan and investment fund 60 52 8 177 136 41 185 15
Disaster loan fund 84 44 40 153 81 72 130
Other 13 2 11 17 3 13 124
Other 37 () 37 82 C82 70 e

Total-Small Business Administration.................... 194 99 95 429 221 208 398 212 186

Other independent agencies:
Action 16 16 34 34 27 2
Board for International Broadcasting .......7 7 42 42 17 1
Corporation for Public Broadcasting .......319 319 327 2
District of Columbia
Federal payment 698 698 690 0
Other ()5 24 20 6 .37 3
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 24 24 39 39 34 3
Export-Import Bank of the United States 39 178 -139 95 324 20157 273 110
Federal Communications Commission 9 3 7 22 5 17 21 6 i
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporationi
Bank insurance fund 1,213 980 232 2,154 1,825 329 5,866 1,610 425
Savings association insurance fund ... ...3 1 1 5 3 2 41
FSLIC resolution fund 502 163 339 548 296 252 991 29560
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Public enterprise funds 30 17 13 53 42 12 47 67'
Disaster relief 149 .. 149 411 411 47
Emergency management planning and assistance 1 1 19 19 45
Other 31 31 30 30 29 2
Federal Housing Finance Board 1 ()1 2 (C' 2 2 121
Federal Trade Commission 9 9 15 15 13 1
Interstate Commerce Commission ....4 4 7 7 8 8
Legal Services Corporation I 111.11 1 59 59 39 39
National Archives and Records Administration 9 C 9 25 ('125 14 13
National Credit Union Adlministration
Credit union share insurance fund 5 56 61 15 82 -68 130 14
Central liquidity facility 10 10 27 27 120 185 0
Other 6 6 1 6 11 3

















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

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

Classification
1Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross 'Applicable Ouly
Outlays Receipts Ouly utlays Receipts Otas Outlays Receipts


Other independent agencies: -Continued
c~ r ' Na r, u, itr~ tri ~t~,13 13 25 25 21 21
Nrr ., ~ tr r16 16 32 32 26 26
a'' 195 195 375 375 365 365
N.e, xr r it40 3 37 70 92 2279 11 69
pa-s r 'rr40 40 f*1 83 81 2 85 80 4

P~ez~r cra f ott4,186 33.858 327 8,035 8,159 -124 7,181 7,85767
Pu'et S'. e srd69 69 158 -158


Felr .i oa u',iI 24 24 49 49 52 52
Fece !a rt otr od ri r)I accounts ('~ ')16 16 58 58
R.g insriPors ue rteie account CC C ) l C' C *

Ao~cs rmFOASDI fund -88 -88 1575 169 169
GAND co rt rr 88 88 175 175 168 168
Adr inrrstrat ye exense', 6 6 12 12 10 10
interest on refunds ( f Caxe* C *) 5 5 C *) C *)
Supplemental annuity pe )ner fund 233 233 475 475 458 458
Otter 1 1 2 2 1 1
lotrabudgetary transactions
Social Security equivalent benefit account 387 387 771 771 747 747
Payments from other funds, to the railroad
retirement trust funds,
Other 16 165858

Total-Railroad Retirement Board 651 651 1,313 1,313 1,268 1,268

Resolution Trusf Corporatiorn 472 4,101 -3,628 3,793 9,999 6, 206 8,042 11.577 -3,535
Securities and Exchange Cuninissiont 11 11 17 17 20 20
Snmithsonian Institution 31 31 59 59 64 64
Tennessee Valley Authority 869 562 307 1,700 1,123 577 -80 -535 455
United States information Agency 76 C *) 76 173 C *) 173 145 C *) 145
Other 79 4 75 188 7 181 158 8 150

Total-Other independent agencies .................... 8,752 9,978 -1,225 20,588 22,091 -1,503 26,195 21,499 4,696

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Other iterest() () ) CC

Employer share, employee retirement
Legislative Branch
United States Tax Court
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund C* C)() ( *
The Judiciary
Judicial survivors annuity fund
Department of Defense -Civil
Military retirement lund 1,155 1,155 2 496 .. 2,496 2,705 2,705
Department of Health arnd Human Services
Federal old-age and survivors insurance fund (offbudget)
Federal employer contributions 402 402 804804 70740
Payments for military service credits
F ederal disability insurarrce trust fund (oft-budget):
Federal employer contributions 43 4386 -86 -80 8
Paym-ents for military service, credits
Federal hosp itl nsurar trust fund
Feer enpuyr uni turos 89189 -378 378 358 358
Pd rner sfurr riit t 0 vi.ecredits

FIr ij eviere rtad disability fund 7 7 8 8 18 18

v ~ ~ ~ i ,mrverttrirta iaiity fund 715 715 1 513 1,513 1,407 1,407

Courtef vei tar appea' retrer rt fundf

1 t I~ rmrrIar r hye rernent 2,511 2,511 5,295 -5,295 5,307 5,307










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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior F is ar Ii D !
Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Gross Aprini ah
Outlays Receipts Outlays Recpts Outlays Outlays R. .p..

Undistributed offsetting receipts: -Continued
rtr', .d, e1 b r s ud

Depar rtmn t of)efense.~ Cw

,.I I r 0 Ireient fund 4u54 4 54 4 713 4/F 420
F tuc 1t on Onef 1-r fqnd 18 18 18 18 .1
Sod in> wd le,en s nome permanent fund 2 2 6 6
Other
Drrr rn4 f leath n d Humain Serwc fs
F eden i ol rile and nurwOr> insur ance trust fund
rofflbudgett 81 81 110 110
F ederaI d >abnhy nsutnce tust fund (off-budget) 24 24 35 35 2
Federal hospital insurance t rust fund 18 18 31 31 F
F edera suppentry lmniedcalt insurance trust fund 12 12 30 30 4 4Departnient of Lab~om
Unemployment trust fund 40 40 66 66 41 4
Depairtrent of Stale
Foreign Servwce retirement and disability fund 1
Depar Inent A rraisportation
Hghway trust fund .10 10 16 16 22
A rport and airway trust fund 2 2 7 7 2
0 spdlily trust fund 2 2 2 2 2
Department of Veterans Affairs
National service ife insurance fund 1 1 2 2 3
United States government life Insurance Fund C '11. ( C C( (* *
Environmental Protection Agency C. C C) (* *) C"
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Cf ) I" C) ( "
Office of Personnel Management
Civil service retirement and disability fund 59 59 -62 62 63
Independent agencies
Railroad Retirement Board 114 114 281 281 164 tn4
Other 3 3 3 2 e
Other 6 6 8 8 7 7
Total-Interest received by trust funds 4,952 4,952 5 395 5,395 4,694 4694

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands 442 442 455 455 215 215
Sale of malor assets

Total-Undistributed offsetting receipts ................ -7,463 442 7,906 10,690 455 11,145 10,002 215 10,217

Total outlays ....................................... 125,038 17,673 107,365 269,689 36,626 233,063 271,170 38,631 232,538

Total on-budget ...................................... 97,261 13,815 83,446 215,770 28,466 187,303 221,029 30,774 190,255

Total off-budget .......................................... 27,777 3,858 23,919 53,919 8,159 45,760 50,140 7,857 42,283

Total surplus (+) or deficit ................... 32,730 81,595 81,276

Total on-budget ........ ............................... 32,225 81,025 82,141

Total off-budget ....................................... 505 570 +865

MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays [$ millions]
Current
Fiscal Year Comparable Period
to Date Prior Fiscal Year
Proprietary receipts 6,605 6,014
Receipts from off-budget federal entities
Intrabudgetary transactions 35,218 33,327
Governmental receipts 301 2.617
Total receipts offset against outlays 42,124 41.959

]'i di- FiA and '-C A lax credits non-contrnt)utory military seryce credits -, erai benefits No Transactions
o e tged ind rd Ifor unnhotated OASI benefit Checks ") Less than $500000
Oln udtes m deeae ri nel outlays nf $76 million for amortization of zero coupon bonds Note Deta is may not add to totals due to rounding oa r au 's corvposerd of 28day accounting periods I on ifomi wih
nrhe rS I at dr nll repo~rtg ts~ utdi :ed by all other Fderal agencies the MTS reflects OCPT n 'ests thoigh 11 13 and estimates for $713 million through 11 30











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Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, November 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 This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

This month
This Year I Prior Year This Month

Liability accounts:
B- : -1--n the public
F ( curities, issued under general Financing authorities
ij :,I,,, of 'he United States, issued by:
u- -,, ,* ie- Treasury ...... ... 65 498 68,206 82,060 4,049,621 4 052,329 4,117.826
Fo I' Financing Bank ... 15,000 15,000 15,000
1 'a; public debt securities 65,498 68,206 82,060 4,064,621 4,067,329 4 132.826
Plus premium on public debt securities ................. -5 -10 -4 1,032 1,027 1,023
Less discount on public debt securities ....... 417 817 81,090 80,648 81,066
Total public debt securities net of Premium and
discount ... .. .... .. ............ .................. 65,075 68,221 81,238 3,984,565 3,987,710 4.052,785
Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities (see
Schedule B for other Agency borrowing, see Schedule C) ......... 276 428 1,038 18,250 18.403 18,678
Total federal securities ....................... 65,351 68,649 82,277 4,002,815 4,006.113 4,071,464
Deduct
Federal securities held as investments of government accounts
(see Schedule D) 3,306 8,208 16,761 1,016,453 1,021,355 1,024,661
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts ___ ... .......... -76 -25 1,558 12,415 12,466 12,390
Net federal securities held as investments of government
accounts ...... 3,382 8,233 15,204 1,004,039 1,008,889 1,012,271
Total borrowing from the public 61,969 60,416 67,073 2,998,776 2,997,224 3,059.192
Accrued interest payable to the public ........ -19,201 -9,921 -5,919 44,212 53,493 34.292
Allocations of special drawing rights .. ...... .................. -132 -460 62 7,216 6,888 6,756
Deposit funds I ... ... ...... I ... ... ....... I ....... -415 -594 -466 6,422 6,244 5,828
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks outstanding etc.) ...... -2,215 -2,923 325 2,143 1,435 -780
Total liability accounts ............. ..................................... 40,005 46,519 61,075 3,058,770 3,065,284 3,105,288
Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
US Treasury operating cash:'
Federal Reserve account ... ... ...................................... 2,573 -17,601 -1,611 24,586 4,413 6,985
Tax and loan note accounts ... ._ ....... ....... ....... 4,773 --14,473 -15,349 34,203 14,956 19,729
Balance ... .............. ....... .................. 7,346 -32,074 -16,960 58,789 19,369 26,715
Special drawing rights
Total holdings .. ........... ............................................ 65 615 220 12,111 11,561 11,495
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve banks ........ __10,018 -10,018 -10,018
Balance ....... I ... I ... I ........................... -65 -615 220 2.093 1,543 1,477
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 ... -483 -1,682 228 6,692 5,493 5,010
Letter of credit issued to IMF .... ............. ......... -305 -380 15,381 -15,456 -15,761
Dollar deposits with the IMF ... ....... 10 12 -4 -73 -71 -61
Receivable,, Payable for interim maintenance of value
adjustments ... 309 1,064 -143 -1,167 -412 -103
Balance -470 -987 -155 9,770 9,254 8,784
Loans to International Monetary Fund .... ....... ...............
Other cash and monetary assets ........ -22 -104 14,937 23,842 23,760 23,738
Total cash and monetary assets ....... ..... 6,788 -33,780 -1,958 94,494 53,926 60,714
Net activity. guaranteed loan financing .. .... .............. .......... -264 63 -826 -997 --1,089
Net activity, direct loan financing 382 617 91 2,447 2,682 3,064
Miscellaneous asset accounts ...... ...... ...... ...... 221 -1,600 -18,332 --1,411 3,232 -3,011
Total asset accounts ................. ................................... 7,298 -35,027 -20,136 94,704 52,379 59,677
Excess of liabilities (+) or assets ( ) .................................... +32,706 +81,546 +81,212 +2,964,066 +3,012,905 +3,045,611
Tar,,,v t ,,)q not applied to current year's surplus or deficit (see
', i ,J ii(, i for Details-) 23 49 64 26 49

Total budget and off-budget federal entities
(Financing of deficit (+) or disposition of
Surplus .......... .............. ....... ............... ............. +32,730 +81,595 +81,276 +2,964,066 +3,012,931 +3,045,661

treasury s operating cash income include the No Transactions
ini reporting from the Bureauof Public Debt, ') Less than $500,000
J1 Communication System and reconciling wires Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding
i, presented on a modified cash basis, deposits


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

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



I on,, by feral agencies~ to the prior budget results
F, es o itb einrng of perno (current basis) 012 90" 6 6 4 1,


Basd o omostonr of tn fed! budget in prior fiscal yr 32 7i10 81 55 8 n
Crr~ge'~n oopostonof oniied budget
Total Sun uro;dfi (Table 2) '32 73 0 8159l1 7

Total-on budget (Table 32 221 02 21

Total off-budlget ital j5051 57 W6

Tranact nsrot aphdto current year s surplus or deficit
6teignior ag 23 49 64


Tot al- trans-,actions n01 applied to current year s Surplus or
deficit 23 49 64

Excess of liabilities close of period .............................. 3,045,611 3.045,611 2,755,337

Table 6. Schedule B-Securities isued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, November 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 Close of
This Month I This month
This Year Pro er This Year IThis Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities: Obligations of the United States, issued by
Export-import Bank of the United States C
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund 93 93 93
FSLIC resolution fund 4.... 1,137 1,137 1,137
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by
Department of Defense
Family housing mortgages C 7 7
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ....35 43 29 301 309 344
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management .....13 13 13
Department of Transportation:
Coast GuardFamily housing mortgages .....C
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by,
Legslative Branch
Architect of the Capitol 12 C 162 163 164
Department of Defense
Homeowners assistance mortgages
Independent agencies
National Archives and Records Administration 302 30230
Postal Service 220 22020
Tennessee Valley Authority 239 383 1.014 16,015 16 158 163
Total, agency securities ... ............. ....................... 276 428 1,038 18,250 18,403 18,678


"Jt~rSafr 000
may-hrasrn, nor add to totals due to rounding















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

Trnacin Account Balances
Tranactins jCurrent 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:
Fund~: Appop are to the President,
Agc fr Intrational Development,
Hot. ugon other credit guaranty programs ....125 125 125
Overseas Pr vte investment Corporation C** ** **
Departmen of Agriculture
Foreig:n as sistance programs ....13 13 70 70 83
Corno t, cy Credit Corporation .....2,137 7164,142 17,282 8,029 10,166
Fanners Home Administration:
Agnculture credit insurance fund ...18 54 -7,020 5,526 5 562 5,580
Rural housing insurance fund 113 -83 -2,824 1,989 1,794 1.907
Rurar development insurance fund ....8 -4 518 1,545 1,532 1,541
Rural development loan fund 1 1 1 1
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 ..... 13 20 ..7.905 7,912 7,925
Rural Telephone Bank .. .......) 763 763 763
Department of Commercei
Federal ship financing fund. NOAA ....... -..2 2
Department of Education:
Guaranteed student loans .- .......... 2,090 2,090 2,090
College housing and academic facilities fund .. .......156 156 156
College housing loans .............524 524 524
Department of Energy
Isotope production and distribution fund ....... ......... 9 9 9
Bonneville power administration fund ............ ..... 200 ....1,906 2.106 2,106
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Federal Housing Administration ....-7,323
Housing for the ederly and handicapped ,230 185 284 8,774 8,729 8,959
Public and Indian housing:
Low-rent public housing ...... ..I............50 50 50
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation Loans ............2 2 2 2 4
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund ... 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving funds for loans ......(...... ....)... 8 8 8
Department of Justice:
Federal prison industries, incorporated ..............20 20 20
Department of State:
Repatriation loans ........1 1C
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement
financing funds . .. . . . .8 8 .8
Settlements of railroad litigation .._ ... .. ......... 39 -39 -39
Amtrak corridor improvement loans ... ...2 2 2
Regional rail reorganization program .... ....39 39 39
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program ..... .... .... C C C C
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund -3,320 -7,843 603 149,422 144,899 141 ,579
Department of Veterans Affairs
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......... .....678 116 921 243 243
Guaranty and indemnity fund ....... .... .......8 1 40 49 49
Direct loan revolving fund .. .. .. ...........)... 1,730 1,730 1,730
Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund .... .... C C C 1 1 1
Environmental Protection Agency.
Abatement, control, and compliance loan program .... C 1 1 2 2
Small Business Administration:
Business loan and revolving fund ........). .. 11 11 11
Other independent agencies
Export-import of the United States 2 9 ....88 95 98
Federal Emergency Management Agency
National insurance development fund 2 5 18 22 24
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation:
Land aquisition and development fund ...... 73 73 73
Railroad Retirement Board
Railroad retirement account ..2,128 2,128 2,128
Social Security equivalent benefit account 238 482 456 2,670 2.915 3,152
Smithsonian Institution
John F Kennedy Center parking facilities 20 20 20
Tennessee Valley Authority 150 150 150
Total agency borrowing from the Treasury
Financed through public debt securities issued .....536 14,738 20,365 206,410 192,209 191,672

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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securetis.
November 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]
Transactions
Lurren t F scaii Yn,at
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date R-j j f of
This Month
Th 5rru mtr
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to the President
Foreign mitary sales .20 21 4 0 4 1
Department of Agriculture
Rural Electrificatior Adrnisrat on i 2r 1 1 29
Farmers Home Admnirntration
Agrculture credit insur an e fund .3. 1
Rural housing insurarne fund 2 2 4-t :r 4
Rural development -nsurarce fund
Department of Defense
Department of the Navy ..4 t24
Defense genes 4t
Department of Educairon
Student Loar Marke rg Association 30 30 424
Department of Health and Human Services,
Except So(- a Secur ty
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund .24 1
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Low rent housing loans and other expenses 52 52 50t8 18%
Community Development Grants 5 1
Department of Interior
Territorial and international affairs 51 51
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration .. l "" 19 19 1
Department of the Treasury
Financial Management Service 21 125 104 104
General Services Administration,
Federal buildings fund 7 121 5 699 813 82
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Space flight, control and data communications 33
Small Business Administration,
Business loan and investment fund 12 26 21 782 768 756
Independent agencies
Export-import Bank of the United States ...... 7692 7,692 7692
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund .. ... 2,324 10.160 10,160 10 16
National Credit Union Administration 65
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation .... 5 10 5 78 83
Postal Service 537 537 9,903 9,903 04
Resolution Trust Corporation ........... ...... .. 3,588 8037 1,144 46,536 42,087 38498
Tennessee Valley Authority ....... 195 342 520 9592 9445 9250
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority .............177 177
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ............... 3,320 7,843 603 164,427 159,904 156584

Note Tins tabie ncudes ending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the purchase No Transactions
of agency rrantal assets, by the acquisiron of agency debt securities, and by direct loans on Less than $500000 enaif r f ani ageny I e Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own Note Details may not add to t it_. e ro rounInq curntes~ and in tr ma y .... rhese funds to agencies in lieu of agencies borrowing directly rnrogn T reasur y or s ig tnir own securities






























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

Net Purchases or sales Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture ........... ... 2 C -6 5 3 5
Department of Commerce .. .... .. 8 8 8
Department of Defense- Military:
Defense cooperation account ... ............ ...... .... ......... .... 10 -830 2,484 2,032 1,192 1,202
Department of Energy ....... ... .... _.. ... ............. 49 55 152 3,513 3,519 3,568
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities ... ....... C 102 5,858 5,737 5,737
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities ............................................... C C 6 6 6
Agency securities ... 60 60 60
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities:
Public debt securities ... 32 58 165 2,699 2,725 2,756
Agency securities I ............ .......... ............ C C *) 62 62 62
Other .... .......... ............... ........ C 3 C 245 247 247
Department of the Interior:
Public debt securities .......... ........ .......... ........ 25 223 1,292 2,333 2,532 2,557
Department of Labor ...... ...... ............................ ....... -25 -73 1,409 15,480 15,432 15,407
Department of Transportation 28 37 20 781 790 818
Department of the Treasury ............................................... 197 479 612 3,462 3,745 3,942
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Canteen service revolving fund ............ ....... .................... -2 ... 43 41 41
Guaranty and indemnity fund ...... ....... ...... -44
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....... ...... __ -2 -5 509 508 506
Servicemen's group life insurance fund .............................. -31 -31 -7 198 198 167
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States .............................. 145 249 121 88 192 338
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ........... ....... ....... 12 12 96 543 543 555
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund ............ -235 -277 -1,552 4,664 4,623 4,388
FSLIC resolution fund:
Public debt securities ...... 58 173 -375 1,319 1,434 1,491
Savings association insurance fund .......... -1 -2 5 340 340 338
National Credit Union Administration .............................. .... 55 67 -119 2,392 2,404 2,459
Postal Service .......... 315 719 1,593 4,679 5,083 5,398
Tennessee Valley Authority .................. ............... ......... -225 -296 -25 2,239 2,169 1,943
Other .................... .......... -10 -11 765 755 755
Other .. .... ...... ............... ... 22 62 -20 2,410 2,450 2,472
Total public debt securities .......................... ........ ... 430 492 5,886 56,611 56,673 57,103

Total agency securities ... ............... ........ .................. ...... 123 123 123

Total Federal funds ............................................. 431 492 5,886 56,734 56,795 57,226

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
Library of Congress .......... .................. ........ -2 3 4 1 6 4
United States Tax Court ..................................... C 4 4 4
Other ... ... ... 27 27 27
The Judiciary:
Judicial retirem ent funds .............................................. 4 3 9 193 193 197
Department of Agriculture ... -- 1 ........ ................ C I *) C 6 5 5
Department of Com merce ............... ....... ...... ...... ..... C (* I C *)
Department of Defense- Military ......................... 1 1 C 160 160 160
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund ...... ... ... ... ........ _._ ............. 3,999 14,013 13,650 87,753 97,767 101,766
O ther ... .... ............ ...... .......................... 75 131 285 1,098 1,153 1,228











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

Net Purchases or Sales lSecurities Hed (sIeta s
CurrentFclYei
ClasifictionFiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Ti o~

IThis Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust Funds-Continued
Department of Health
Department of Health and Human Services, except Social Security F-1,r hi ospital insurance trust fund
Puli ebt securities 622 654 i2 ~ 1
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund 118 163 018 41
Other 9 20 21
Department of Health and Human Services, Social SecurityFederal old-age and survivors insurance trust fundl
Public debt securities 241 178 874 U52'41
Federal disability insurance trust fund ... .316 839 482191 r94,'Department of the Interior
Public debt securities 15 8 5236 1
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund ....490 1,513 632 3131
Other 9 17 12524
Department of State
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 32.... 54 72599i'
Other ....
Department of Transportation
Highway trust fund ....178 338 160 20,962 0 2
Airport and airway trust fund ....44 225 191 15,090 1490 46
Other 15 37 34 1,39914146
Department of the Treasury 23 56 23 184 01&
Department of Veterans Affairs:
General post fund national homes .......i...... 34343
National service life insurance:
Public debt securities ...... .... 26 59 122 11,310 11,27~'125
government life insurance fund .....1 2 4 134 13J1
Veterans special life insurance fund -2 67 1,406 140140
Environmental Protection Agency .... ....3 46 13 4456 49940
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .. ....... ..... 16 n6
Office of Personnel Management.
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities .. ........ -1,645 3168 2,969 284 430 282,9062826
Employees health benefits fund ... ....133 ill 43 5 993 5,971 104
Employees life insurance fund ....................390 308 303 12,604 12,522 12912
Retired employees health benefits fund 1..... .... 1......
Independent agencies
Harry S, Truman memorial scholarship trust fund ....1 1 1 47 46 47
Japan-United States Friendship Commission 1 1 3 17 17 18
Railroad Retirement Board ......12 36 163 11,527 11,479 11 491
Other .............1 3 2 104 106 110'
Total public debt securities ......................2,875 7,716 10O875 959,719 964,560 96743

Total trust funds ............................................ 2,875 7,716 10,875 959,719 964,560 967,435

Grand total .................. ........................................ 3,306 8,208 16,761 1,016,453 1,021,355 1,024,661

No Transactions Note investments are nt public dent Secunitesies te(vent
C *) Less than S500,000 Note Details may not add to totals due to roud






























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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1993
_______[$ millions]

Fiscal CornYear parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To Period
Dt Prior
Dae F.Y.


Receipts:
noc.a ioe taxes 37,288 33,099 70,387 72,189
Crrcr come taxes 2,096 1,478 3.575 2,078
Soc s~rane taxes and

t,, 5e taes and
cot t~ios28,135 30,264 58,399 55,856
Unnpyet insurance 1,034 2,270 3,304 3,264
Otne,. ret rernen contributions 426 366 792 817
E, se taxes 3,670 4,082 7,752 7,581
Estate and g taxes 1,027 954 1,981 1,903
Customs duties 1,666 1,503 3,169 3,019
Mr sue.aneous receipts .. 1.491 618 2,109 4,555
Total-Receipts this year.......... 76,833 74,635 151,468 ...

(On-budget)............. ........ 55,057 51,221 ___ 106,278 ...

(Off-budget).................... 21,776 23,414 45,190 ...
I, u R pi' powr jcr 7",(( 7O 7.194 151,262
5 lu.c '216 50,898 108,1)4

oh r,/i2(1,552 22,296 43,148

Outlays
Legislative Branch .. 204 211 414 458
The Judiciary ....1 135 162 297 286
Executive Office of the President ... 18 22 40 33
Funds Appropriated to the President:
international Security Assistance 334 3,393 3,727 1,758
International Development
Assistance .. .... 629 260 889 826
Other .... 270 -27 242 411
Department of AgricultureForeign assistance, special export programs and Commodity Credit
Corporation ..... .... 1,653 2,277 3,930 3,107
Other .........5,397 3,347 8,745 9,195
Department of Commerce .... .. 290 285 1 1 1 1 575 471
Deoariment of Defense'
Military
Military personnel .. .. .... 9,489 3,613 13,102 16,132
Operation and maintenance .... 6,526 7,265 13,791 14,820
Procurement ...... 5,698 5,327 11,025 11,921
Research, development, test, and
evaluation I I... I.... 3,002 2,752 5,754 5,385
Military construction ........ 400 427 827 537
Family housing ..... ... 219 218 437 469
Revolving and management
funds ..... ..... 905 109 1,014 614
Defense cooperation account -30 3-34 -2,479
Other ... 25 2401 264 146
Total Military .....26,233 19,949 46,182 47,545

Civil 2,493 2,506 4,999 4,705
Department of Education ...... 2,334 2,675 5.008 4,626
Department of Energy ... 1,714 1,391 3,105 3,045
Department of Health and Human
Services, except Social Security:
Public Health Service .... .... 1,438 1,476 2,914 2,766
Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ._ 6,215 5,592 11,807 10,963
Federal hospital ins, trust fund ... 7,299 6,555 13,854 12,432
Federal supp, med ins trust
fund 4,851 3,773 8,624 8,916
Other 3.247 3,270 6,517 6,418
S cial Security Administration 4,691 386 5,076 5,867

1, i ,iies orciIlde n 2,178 2,132 4,310 4,000
thr4,271 4,269 8.540 -8,465
L-)itne I of Health and Human
eri oi Security
'J e iei ldag and survivors ins,
tr~tI rd21,530 21,508 43,038 40,802
fj (111 (Ii ability iris trust fund 2,771 2,638 5,409 4,791
Oth er 1,523 5 -1,528 -1,682



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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1993-Continued
1$ millions)
... .. .. .... ...... ..... ... ....... .... ... ... .. .. . ..

~~~yea, aal
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept Pe1
To
D=te FY
Dat

Outlays-Continued
Department of Housing and Urban
Deve opimet 2,591 2053444
Department o the Interior 698 500
Departure t of Justce 1,215 913
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund 3041 3,119
Other 626 28833.
Department of State 900 365
Department of Transportation
Highway trust fund 1,479 1,4869 2
Other 1,454 14902944 2
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the pubic debt 17,978 22506 40484 41
Other 138 902
Department of Veterans Affairs
Compensat on and pensions 2,623 792702 389
Nationa ser ce life 37 2764
United States government life 1 12 4
Other 1,400 1610.3010
Environmental Protection Agency 439 511950
General Services Administration 165.478.313 508
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration 1098 1317.2415 13444
Office of Personnel Management 30905676 68
Small Business Administration .... 9208 186
Independent agencies
Fed Deposit Ins Corp
Bank insurance funds 2..... 329 4 57
Savings association fund ...1 2
FSLIC resolution fund 8......252 696
Postal Service
Public enterprise funds (offbudget) 327 124 677
Payment to the Postal Service
fund 6969 1 58
Resolution Trust Corporation .... 2578 3628 6206 3535
Tennessee Valley Authority 271 307 577 455
Other independent agencies ... 402 1195 3598 334
Undistributed offsetting receipts
Employer share employee
retirement 2,784 2.511 5295 5307
Interest received by trust funds ... 443 4,952 5395 4694
Rents and royalties on outer
continental shelf lands 12 442 455 215
O ther .) '... ..._"_'_ _"_"Totals this year:
Total outlays ......................... 125,698 107,365 233.063

(On-budget) ...................... 103,857 83,446 187303
(Off-budget) ...................... 21,841 23,919 45,760
Total-surplus (+) or deficit ( ..... -48,865 32,730 81,595

(On-budget) ....................... 48,801 32,225 81,025
(Off-budget) ....................... 65 505 570
Total borrowing from the public 1,552 61,969 1 60,416 67,073


On i,,it]tt . 94 4" 71 ) 5 '4 ,!<

)ti hIud1, 19 990 2, '94 4

I~o~iifi~i~ or deic~it i Priort
.?6.92 44 4 ____________ ___1

-,454 44



No transactions
*) Less, thd $500,000
Note Detals may not add to totals due to rounding






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Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of November 30, 1992 [$ millions]

This Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification

Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Beginning of Close of
This Year This Month This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held:
Airport 466 605 -138 868 1,044 -175 15,090 14,909 14,865
Black lung disability .. .... .. 51 51 104 99 5 ..... I .... ..... I
Federal disability insurance 2,333 2,638 -305 4,560 5,409 -850 12,918 12,394 12,078
Federal employees life and health -428 428 ...... -336 336 18,598 18,494 19,017
Federal employees retirement ... ...... 1,164 2,835 -1,670 2,405 5,654 -3,249 290,626 289,081 287,408
Federal hospital insurance .. ....... ...... 6,816 6,555 261 13,115 13,854 -739 120,647 119,371 119,993
Federal old-age and survivors insurance ... 21,635 21,508 128 43,194 43,038 156 306,524 306,461 306,702
Federal supplementary medical insurance 4,257 3,773 484 8,564 8,624 -60 18,534 18,253 18,371
Highways ., ., __ .. .... 1,418 1,635 -217 2,835 3,201 -367 20,962 20,802 20,624
Military advances 1,021 804 217 2,218 1,829 389 ......
Railroad retirement ..... 420 627 -207 906 1,264 -358 11.527 11.479 11,491
Military retirement ......... ... 5,709 2,089 3,620 19,481 4,178 15,304 87,753 97,767 101,766
Unemployment ........ 3,047 3,119 -72 4,957 6,160 -1,203 35,133 34,110 33,620
Veterans life insurance ... ........... 34 63 -29 67 137 -70 12,850 12,813 12,783
All other trust ...... ..... 468 158 310 800 594 206 8,556 8,627 8,716
Total trust fund receipts and outlays
and investments held from Table 6D .......................................... 48,838 46,030 2,808 104,073 94,749 9,324 959,719 964,560 967,435
Less: Interfund transactions ....... ....... __ 11,448 11,448 ...... 32,559 32,559 ......
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 ........... ..... ... 37,390 34,582 2,808 71,514 62,190 9324

Total Federal fund receipts and outlays .... 39,531 75,069 -35,538 84,707 175,626 -90,919
Lew Interfund transactions ........... ... 18 18 ...... 41 41 ......
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 ..................... ... 39,513 75,050 -35,538 84,666 175,585 -90,919

Less: offsetting proprietary receipts ........... 2,267 2,267 4,712 4,712 ......
Net budget receipts & outlays ............... 74,635 107,365 -32,730 151,468 233,063 -81,595

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 budget outlays. In this table, Interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment to arrive 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, November 1992
and Other Periods
[$ millions)

Classification This Month Fiscal Year Compar'lble P0ro
To Date Prior Fiscali Yiir

RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes 33,099 70,387
Corporation income taxes 1,478 3,575
Socol insurance taxes and contributions,
Employmnent taxes and contributions 30,264 58399
Unemployment insurance 2,270 73304
Otheor retirement contributions 366 792'
Excise! taxes 4,082 77-52,
Estate and gift taxes 954 19861
Customs 1,503 3,169
Miscellaneous 618 2,1094"
Total .............. ........................................... 74,635 151,468 151.262

NET OUTLAYS
National defense 20,819 48,230
International affairs 4,018 6,144 .8
General science, space, and technology ....1,612 3.021 25
Energy 529 1,136 1 34
Natural resources and environment 1,801 5.142 495
Agriculture 2,139 4,409 3959)
Commerce and housing credit 2474,679 21-4
Transportation 2,981 5,914 57
Community and Regional Development ..728 1 756 145
Education, training, employment and social services 3,882 7,680 757
Health 7,420 15,441 14.478
Medicare ......9,200 20 219 19,252
Income security 14.188 32,487 29,398
Social Security .... ...........24,146 48.447 4 ,9
Veterans benefits and services .................1,743 5,821 7,146
Administration of justice ....1,277 2,398 2245
General government 106 2.635 3,360
Interest 16,148 32,610 33,143
Undistributed offsetting receipts .......-2,954 5 5,522
Total..................................................... 107,365 233,063 232,538


Note Detaiis may not add to totals due to rounding
















































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Explanatory Notes
1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement employees' salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
Thp klontt7ly Treasury Statement (MTS) is assembled from data in the for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting '"at iCCounting system. The major sources of data include monthly collections and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by & counl ng reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily law, refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and n frc-n the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail accounting management funds. Federal credit programs subject to the Federal Credit
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 US 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 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, intergovernmental, 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 Mcl 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
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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
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3. Notes on Outlays United States Government Annual Reporl and Appendix (Available
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