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Monthly Treasury Statement
{)4 Re( (11) 5 and ()tla\iv,
of the UnfitedI States( GOVCHrnment1

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Federal o)ld-age in(I Survivors insurance e trust fund a-nd Federal dlisability inSUran( e t rust f lln( benetitt
payments for January .3, 1 993, were acc elerated to I )e( ember 31 1 992.


This issue includes the semni-annual interest payment to trust tuLdS Investing in government Se un~rtie(s.



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH DECEMBER 1992



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Introduction
Tr e "-"': R '. ar Oays the Untea States of receipts are treated as deduchons from gross rece pts re.o. nq and manageC -- e~r*', '. T s; e a'e-.',, t ',ana Mar ~nenetSer.ce Department of meant fund recepts reimbursements and refunds ofmonespreosyexpendedare
5. 7 '' < .? --e Fa Astat Sec-retar of the Treasur, s treated as deductions from gross outlays an nearest cr the pbc deot pubhc
o3 a y reea<' or t- 15 ,'. o Of ''ne rvohtr, fo o~i n uee repOrt ng morth ssues) is recognized on the accrual bas s Ma or nformator sources ncude

Tn e Federa entres 0ursnq ofcers, accounting data reported by Federal enttes dsbursn offers and Federal Reserve banks

Audience Triad of Publications
The MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports The Dail Treasury ... ... -eo erso er or nerested Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government It pro ides r. te ,,r p~st>r tr~ Tr r ose hn are response boe for or interested in
data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon report ng of the tC Gqet re ad nd wd .as and businesses wnose operations Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks The MTS s a report of
-pe' ;,or, a ea~red o 'r Go.ernment .. nancal operations Government receipts and outlays, based on agency reporting The US 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 g yen
fri -. 'tter ,- s nn arzes tme I nancial activities of the Federal Government to the Secretary of the Treasury and cf. r dt Fe>n enr t eai conducted in accordance witn the Budget of the U S Go~"rr,-r" e~- -opt> ,nd -ut ays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means Data Sources and Information c- r rarn r e tel eer Or coos r' of the surplus Information is presented on a The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information concernO car ss rece prs are ac-cointed 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 DeficitlSurplus 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 73194 117,878 44.684
December 103.662 106,199 2537
January 104,094 119,758 15664
February 62,218 111,391 49,174
March 73,087 123.799 50,712
April 138.503 123894 14,609
May 62,303 109,089 46786
June 120,920 117,137 3783
Ju y 79,080 122,226 43,146
August 78,218 102,920 24,702
September 118,344 112,944 5,400
Year-to-Date ........... ...... 1,091,692 1,381,895 290,203
FY 1993
Ocober- 76,833 1125,621 148 788
Noverer .74.635 107,365 32730
Decem 113,757 152,702 38,945
Year-to-Date 265,225 385,688 120,463

7 r te Dsaster Assistance Liquidating Account
Fe,+. a tI '-1~ 5 ,'A p Aq e~cy ,~m nn-bugetars status to budget outlays





Table 2. Summary of Budget and Ott-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government, December 1992 arid
Other Periods
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Figure 1. Monthly Receipts. Outlays, and Budget Deficit Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993







,.,,,Outlays .............. .
1 2 0 .. ... ... ... ........... ... ......... ..

%
% ------60

30] Receipts

A




Deficit(-) ;Surplus

_90 I I I I I I I T .
Dec, Feb. Apr. Jun, Aug. Oct. Dec,

FY FY
93





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



$ billions

ITotal ReceiptsI
140

10-cial Security1

10080




Income Taxe. .. .

OhrTxes and ceps Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec.

FY FY
92 93




Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993
$ billions
160
140- Total Outlays




100- Social Security & Medicare
14





60- Other Non-Defense




.............. ..
2 0.. .....erest
0-"
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec.

FY FY
92 93




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

Current Compar ite Budget
Classification This Month Fiscal Ef "mae
Year to Dale Prior Perod Full Focal Year

Budget Receipts


n rpu ~ trt I IoMe andcnr es f tfO o 24950 26 -t .
FO : it 1 r1 tr-ie taes and i.Ciito o r i t o n W p 6/st~1 r
Em-np yent 1axes rdlctrb n ofbd 2406 i !8 6 48 2

UOtote etren~r con1 0r1but ons- 421 1.l 213I 6' 5
I ,.cse t- ~ 4014 11 I6 11 491 480
Esd tte ,ild gIf taxes 959 240 2601 4
Cust-. d.uIes- 10539 4 708 4424,1
Msce Ialeous, reepits 1 206 3 '14 7 70 0
Total Receipts ................................................. 113,757 265,225 254,924 1,162 934

(On-budget) .............. ........ ....... ......... 89,661 195,939 188,286 838,919

(Off-budget) .... ............................. 24,096 69,286 66,638 324,015

Budget Outlays

Legsla ye BranCh 193 608 616 2
Te Ju1c ary 183 480 446 2 792
Executive Office of the President 14 54 51 255
Funds Appropriated to the President 813 5,671 3941 11080
Department of Agriculture 6,645 19319 18063 62337
Department of Commerce 228 802 675 2882
Department of Defense- Mlitary 28,946 274,842 70 640 278006
Department of Defense-Civil 2,509 7.508 6,967 29260
Department of Education 2.664 7672 7269 30,781
Department of Energy 1,549 4,654 4438 16232
Department of Health and Human Services. except Social
Security 24,873 69,436 63,413 290789
Department of Health and Human Services Social Security 48962 95882 66,759 296,912
Department of Housing and Urban Development 2,232 6,876 6,137 26 128
Department of the Interior 447 1,645 1,813 6,544
Department of Justice 849 2,977 2782 10,366
Department of Labor 3869 10,367 8,462 38,914
Department of State 529 1,794 1 361 5,209
Department of Transportation 2,966 8,875 8,225 34512
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the Public Debt ... ... ....51,678 92,162 91,158 307,463
Other 537 227 2,173 3,312
Department of Veterans Affairs 4,125 9,902 9,700 34180
Environmental Protection Agency 510 1,461 1,641 6156
General Services Administration 734 421 282 1 320
National Aeronautics and Space Administration 1,266 3.681 3,752 14,086
Office of Personnel Management 2,986 8,662 8,682 37499
Small Business Administration 44 252 209 392
Other independent agencies
Resolution Trust Corporation ....... 1,392 7,598 9,452 42457
Other 989 35,615 8,564 30251
Allowances
Undistributed offsetting receipts
Interest 34461 39,856 37013 81975
Other 2783 2-8,247 8,671 37539
Total outlays ............... .............................. 152,702 385,688 338,737 1.503,886

(On-budget) ............ ................................ 116,641 303,868 285.755 1,238,659

(Off-budget) ............................................ 36,061 81,821 52,982 265,227

Surplus (+) or deficit ( ).............................38,945 120,463 83.813 340,952

(On-budget) ............................................. 26,980 107,929 97,469 399.740

(Off-budget) ................................................ 11,965 12,535 +13.656 r58,788

..e.e t.. re are based on the Md-Sesston Reiew The President s Budget arid Economic 3lncrudes reIas,--o, t S7 r ,t,-t A. .t ,.- i
Growth Agenda released by the Offce of Management and Budget on July 24 1992 Federal Eergenc Mateiqnron i ,i b .1etr, .1 to 1'. t t
lnc odes an ad-us)tent o1 $286 million tn correct ai agency reporting error for October 1992 No transachois
Note Dea iay iii idd o Oh-. dkr ot










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

Classification Gross Refunds Gross s Refunds Reeps Gross Refunds Rcit
ts Receit Receipts Receipts
Receipts (Deduct) Pt Receipts (Deduct)Reips (dut

Individual income taxes:
W h c48,189 115 789 109,682
Prsdn cto apinFund C (*) C *
Omer 3,666 9,023 8,082
Total-individual income taxes................. ..... 51,855 683 51,172 124,812 3,253 121,559 117,764 3,757 114,007

Corporation income taxes .......... ..... I............... 23,721 772 22,950 30,324 3,799 26,525 28,571 4,857 23,713

Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment ake arid contributions
Federa' C d aqc I,)d survivors ins trust fund
Federal is-rance Contrbutions Act taxes 21,765 21,765 62,591 .. 62,591 60,185 60,185
SelfI -Errp;)ymrnt Contributions Act taxes
Deposits by States II111 -1 1 -10 10 5 5
Other ()() ()(* *)(*
Total FOASI trust fund 21,.766 21,766 62,581 .. 62,581 60.190 .. 60,190

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes 2,331 2,331 6,706 6.706 6,448 6,448
Self Employment Contributions Act taxes Receipts from railroad retirement account
Deposits by States 1C *
Other
Total-FOI trust fund 2,330 .... 2,330 6,705 6,705 6,448 6,448

Federal hospital insurance trust fund.
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes 6,836 6,836 19,461 19,461 18,719 18,719
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board... ..
Deposits by States -3 .. 3 -3 3 1 ... 1
Total-FHI trust fund 6,833 6,833 19,458 .. 19,458 18,720 18.720

Railroad retirement accounts:
Rail industry pension fund ............... 158 C 158 481 7 474 467 1 466
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit ._ ... 165 165 433 433 450 .... 450

Total-Employment taxes and contributions 31,252 () 31,252 89,658 7 89,651 86.275 1 86,274

Unemployment insurance
State taxes deposited in Treasury 202.. 202 2,831 ... 2,831 2,540 ... 2,540
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes 46 4 42 685 16 669 901 21 880
Railroad unemployment taxes .......1 1 23 23 43 .43
Railroad debt repayment ...(.." ) C(*) 26 .26 29 .29
Total- Unemployment insurance ...... 249 4 245 3,565 16 3,549 3,513 21 3,492

Other retirement contributions:
Federal employees retirement -employee
contributions .... .. 410 .- 410 1,186 1,186 1,141 ... 1,141
Contributions for non-federal employees ........11 .11 26 ..26 27 .. 27
Total-Other retirement contributions 421 ... 421 1,213 .. 1.213 1,167 .1,167

Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ................................... 31,922 4 31,918 94,436 23 94,413 90,955 22 90,933

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes ... 2,183 -65 2,248 6.315 99 6.216 6.021 136 5,884
Airport and airway trust fund ......350 5 345 1,211 5 1,206 1.235 7 1.228
Highway trust fund .. ....... .. 1,467 98 1,369 4,287 99 4,188 4,398 176 4.222
Black lung disability trust fund .. .._ .. .....52 .... 52 156 ..-156 156 ...156
Total-Excise taxes.................................. 4,052 39 4,014 11,969 204 11,766 11,810 319 11,491

Estate and gift taxes..................................... 989 30 959 3,016 75 2,940 2,735 85 2,650

Customs duties ........................................ 1,595 57 1,539 4,910 202 4.708 4,642 217 4,424

Miscellaneous Receipts:
DDpoits C earnings by Federal Reserve banks 859 859 2.367 .2,367 6,959 6,959
All other 347 C 346 949 1 948 747 1 746
Total- Miscellaneous receipts .... .................. 1,206 V 1 1,206 3,315 1 3,314 7,706 1 7,705

Total- Receipts........... ................ ..... 115,341 1,584 113,757 272,782 7,557 265,225 264,183 9,259 254,924

Total- On-budget .......... ............... ....... 91,244 1,584 89,661 203,495 7,557 195,939 197,545 9,259 188,286

Total- Off-budget ........................ ..... 24,096 ... 24,096 69,286 ... 69,286 66,638 ... 66,638

.'. Ifl iuor- ax;)rsuant tn 1 1 96 223 1f Less than $500,000
t~ lr rNote Details may not add to totals due to rounding





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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and Other Periods
[S millionsl

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

Legislative Branch
1'; t36 11 "{8 "

(P r B d )11 Ofu 2 2 5{
Ai 1b, 11 1r, t ~p 18 1 16 6r5 4 r. 4 5
17 17 7 7 '1 '1
Go i nit Pr qm Of1 See
Ore'. I r'l( 1e1I 11 7 13
G era i Its rjpii 4opralos 11 t11 29 29 ~ 2t2
G rerr Aco Alg O cr 34 34 117 117 1 109
Ute State rae. Co .r2 2 8 8 8
Othe L Branchcn ag ences C2 2 8 8 10 10
1'o ,'1ii a r fee i Iron ltre puhc 1 1 2 2 1 1
'r' a15 igei t' 1c1 o3 3 3 3 1 1
Total-Legislative Branch ................... .... 195 2 193 613 6 608 622 6 616

The Judiciary:
rt I the United States 3 3 6 6 9 9
C).rl I Appes Ostr~ctI Courts. and other judicial
176 C ") 176 470 C 470 430 ( 430
Other. 3 4 4 7 7
Total- The Judiciary ..................................... 183 ( ) 183 480 ( ) 480 446 ( ) 446

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of tIe President and the White House
Offce 2 2 9 9 8 8
Office of Management and Budget 3 3 13 13 12 12
Oter 9 9 32 32 31 31
Total-Executive Office of the President ... 14 14 54 ..... 54 51 .... 51

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Securty Assistance
Guaranty reserve fund 91 78 13 249 131 118 261 157 104
Foreign ihtary fnancing grants 335 335 2,499 2,499 1,207 1,207
Econon c support fund 218 218 1,703 1,703 985 985
Mihtary assistance 1 -1 8 8 6 6
Peacekeeping Operations 8 8 10 10 10 10
Other. 2 2 8 8 8 8
roperfrom the public 54 -54 83 83 82 82
Tota Inernatonal Security Assistance 653 133 521 4,461 214 4,247 2,478 240 2,238

lnternatonar~ De .eopment Assstance:
Mu I atora Assistance
ContrbLt.ons to the International Development
Assoaton .186 186 236 236
Irernatorna organ zatons and programs 22 22 140 140 116 116
Other 58 58 240 240 219 219
Total- Multlateral Assistance 80 80 566 566 570 570

Agency r r ternatorai Development
F c....a.t.e.eopment assistance program 144 144 376 376 385 385
SubSaharln Afrca development assistance 47 47 158 158 113 113
Operating expenses .37 37 107 107 103 103
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
d sa blity fu n d . . . . .. ... .. .. .. ...
Other 37 6 31 124 16 109 165 8 157
Propretary receIpts from the public 142 142 232 232 142 142
Iritraudgetary transactions
votal.Agency for International Development 265 147 117 766 248 518 765 150 615

Peae Corps 17 17 55 55 51 51
Overseas Prvate Investment Corporation .......... 5 14 9 12 67 55 14 50 36
Other 11 (C 11 21 1 20 14 1 13

Total -International Development Assistance 378 162 216 1,420 316 1 105 1 414 201 1 213

Inernatial Monetary Programs 85 85 703 703 410 410
Military Sales Programs
Speia defense acquisition fund 27 32 5 78 74 4 82 77 6
Foreign mitary sales trust fund 1,133 1,133 2962 2,962 3,180 3!80
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund ... .......... 2 2 3 3 93 54 40
Proprietary receipts from the public 1,142 1,142 3,359 3359 2326 2326
Other 3 3 6 6 1 1

Total-Funds Appropriated to the President .......... 2,281 1,468 813 9,634 3,963 5.671 6,838 2,897 3,941






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

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

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


Department of AgnicultureA~ 1 r~ri 'O. ~66 66 203 203 181 181
C ~ ro H.er er e41 41 109 109 101 ..101
F ,.32 32 94 94 92 92
c rt ~ r~n~ec nService 39 39 124 124 97 97
F 0 > a~ npe~onSeb e34 34 122 122 120 120
A ji~rn5r e21 21 252 1 251 246 4 242
'n r n5r e70 70 230 230 210 210
Ay ~ tan/oton noConservation Service
00 .tns35 35 1,703 1,703 1,664 1,664
Cr n62 62 160 160 141 ..141
0 r.rssccpogas56 56 106 106 135 135

Fr rnr.Prn g tration:
itp Ofunds
Aqrtr irdtnsurance fund 21 259 -238 250 536 -286 494 709 -215
Rur houig insurance fund 104 347 -244 702 875 -174 1,231 761 470
R .ro d.oo, ent insurance fund 59 57 2 256 121 135 289 129 161
Ohr5 5 8 1 7 6 1 5
Salaries and expenses 45 45 158 ..- 158 152 152
Rural wa ter and waste disposal grants 22 22 70 ..70 50 ..50
Other 7 7 27 27 21 .21

Total F armer s Home Administration 262 663 41 1,470 1,533 -63 2.244 1,599 645

Rural Electrification Administration 473 533 -60 649 1,136 -488 660 783 -123
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation 98 21 77 277 298 22413 213 200
Commodity Credit Corporation
Price support and related programs 3,769 478 3,291 8,344 1,177 7,166 6,667 1,138 5,529
National Wool Act Program ....-3 ~-3 1 1 1 1

Food and Nutrition Service
Food stamp program 2,035 2,035 6,052 6,052 5,601 5,601
State child nutrition payments 658 658 1,778 1,778 1,675 .. 1,675
Women. infants and children programs 274 ..274 759 759 667 ..-667
Other 32 .... 32 199 199 224 ...224

Total-Food and Nutrition Service .. 2,999 2,999 8,788 ... 8,788 8,167 8,167

Forest Service:
National forest system 149 .... 149 390 390 379 379
Forest service permanent appropriations 101 101 133 133 139 ....139
Other 108 .. 108 415 .415 358 358

Tutal -Forest Service 358 .. 358 938 ..938 876 ..876

Other 53 3 50 166 8 158 152 7 145
Proprietary receipts from the public 120 -120 262 -262 359 -359
Introhudgetary transactions... ...

Total -Department of Agriculture ............ 8,464 1,818 6,645 23,735 4,416 19,319 22,166 4,103 18,063

Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration 18 4 14 67 8 60 45 12 34
Bureau of the Census 16 16 104 104 90 90
Promoterio of industry and Commerce 22 22 75 75 72 ..72
~(nud T cor nogy
&aoi er and Atmospheric Administration 148 7 141 468 8 460 416 9 407
Potet an Trademark Office C () 17 17 24 .. 24
NimuIttteof Standards and Technology 31 31 66 66 51 ..51
Oth...r 11 3 8 24 9 15 26 26

r(otal Scierce and Technology 190 10 180 576 17 559 518 9 509

otr l' 6 6 34 34 16 ..16
r retr nretfrm republic 10 -10 29 29 ..44 -44



Total -Department of Commerce...............252 24 228 856 54 802 740 65 675










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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and Other Periods-Continued ($ millions)
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This Month Current Fiscal Year to Dale Prior yo i, i,
Classification Gross Applicable! Gross Applicable Gross Appi,,-ibif
Outlays Outlays
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays

Department of Def ense- Military:
Military personnel
Department of the Army 3269
Department of the Navy 3 136 i 6 7
Department of the Air Force 2 514 ,114 1( 1
Total-Military personnel 9 1 18 1

Operation and maintenance
Department of the Army 2,250 2 2 'o IP3
Department of the Navy 2,181 2,181 5,644 tA4
Department of the Air Force 2,323 2.323 5976 5,976
Defense agencies 1387 1,387 4,129 4,129
-------------------------------- ------ ----- -- -------- ------------ --- --------- -- ---------- ----------------Total-Operation and maintenance 8 140 8140 21,931 21 931
-- --------- - ----- ------ -- ---Procurement:
Department of the Army 985 985 3,073 3073 3311
Department of the Navy 3.007 1007 7,410 7,410 8,168
Department of the Air Force 2,741 2,741 6,694 6.694 6,464
Defense agencies 241 241 823 823 9 .... ......... .............. .. ..
Total -Procurement 6,974 6,974 18M0 18.000 188-Research, development, test, and evaluation:
Department of the Army 524 524 1,432 1,432 1,511 1
Department of the Navy .. .......... 606 ... 606 1,693 1,693 1.793
Department of the Air Force 1,349 1,349 3,754 3,754 3,237
Defense agencies 857 857 2,212 2,212 1,903
Total-Research, development, test and evaluation 3,337 ..... 3,337 9,092 9,092 844.1

Military constructiom
Department of the Army .... ..... ...... 129 129 287 287 167
Department of the Navy 110 110 249 249 230
Department of the Air Force 125 ...... 125 379 379 228
Defense agencies .... .. ..... 135 ... 135 412 412 260
Total- Military construction ...... .. .. ... ...... 500 500 1327 1.327 885

Family housing:
Department of the Army ... .. ...... .. ...... ill 284 284 336 336
Department of the Navy ....... 68 68 195 195 181 181
Department of the Air Force ............... ....... 77 77 202 202 188 188
Defense agencies ..... 9 1 8 20 1 19 8 8
Revolving and management funds:
Department of the Army .. ...... ........ .. 168 168 31 31 64 64
Department of the Navy 17 17 41 41 22 22
Department of the Air Force C *) .... C *) 7 7
Defense agencies ...... ... ... 491 490 1,619 1 1 618 778 1178
Trust funds:
Department of the Army C
Department of the Navy 4 2 3 15 5 9 14 6 8
Department of the Air Force .... .. 5 5 1 12 11 .) 10 12 2
Defense agencies 9 9 15 is 27 27
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Department of the Army 84 99 99 11 11
Department of the Navy .. .... .. -9 9 122 ill 111
Department of the Air Force .. ... .. ... 29 29 126 126 107 1
Defense agencies 35 35 3 3 30
Intrabudgetary transactions
Department of the Army ...... .. ..... 1 1 121 121 231 2
Department of the Navy ........... 12 12 807 807 503
Department of the Air Force ...... 18 18 38 38 21
Defense agencies:
Defense cooperation account 3 3 C C
Other C C 428 428
Offsetting governmental receipts
Department of the Army 7 7 7 7
Defense agencies:
Defense cooperation account 37 37

Total-Department of Defense-Millitary .... ........ 29,031 84 28,946 75,255 413 74,842 74 549 3,909 70.640
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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Otas Gross Applicablel outlays
Otas Receipts Outlay uly eps Outlays Receipts


Department of Defense-Civil
Cr:> H ro'
Coor Oprar ,I c ne n general 121 121 363 363 384 384
0tre. 197 197 559 559 310 310
Prp Ltr ir p.fom the public 13 1344 -44 34 3

'oa or>UEoqgneers 410 13 397 1,225 44 1,181 988 34 954


Pa Ie tom ry retirement fund 12,273 12,273 11,169 11,169

M i tartireen fund 2,091 2,091 6,268 6,268 5,937 5,937
Intr abadgtar tra nsact ons 12,273 -12,273 -11,169 1.6
Educate oncreet 20 20 50 50 46 46
Other 2 C )2 12 1 11 34 1 33
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 -1 3 -3 22

Total -Department of Defense-Civil ................... 2,523 14 2,509 7,556 48 7,508 7,004 37 6,967

Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged 667 667 1,697 1,697 1,473 1,473
Impact aid 41 41 418 418 334 ...334
School improvement programs ...... 115 ..115 405 405 428 428
Ohicago ligation settlement 3 3 4 4 4 4
Indian education 6 6 18 18 16 16
Educational excellence

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education 832 ... 832 2,541 .. 2,541 2,254 2,254

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs 5 5 40 40 46 46
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Special education 236 236 653 653 630 630
Rehabilitation services and disability research ..... 182 .182 504 504 491 491
Special institutions for persons with disabilities 9 9 35 35 28 28
Office of Vocational and Adult Education -27 -27 352 352 267 ..267

Office of Postsecondary Education
College housing loans .. .... ... 5 -5 ..27 27 4 27 24
Student financial assistance 656 656 1,993 ...1 1,993 1,869 1,869
Guaranteed student loans ............. 648 .... 648 1,155 ..... 1,155 1,353 1,353
Higher education ..42 ... 42 182 ..182 168 168
Howard University .18 1... 18 55 .55 46 46
Other 5 ..-5 -1 1 C() C *

Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ...... 1,370 5 1,365 3.385 27 3.358 3,439 27 3,412

Office of Educational Research and Improvement 27..., 2727 90 .90 81 81
Departmental management ..37 ... 37 109 109 72 72
Proprietary receipts from the public 4 -4 10 -10 .11 1

Total-Department of Education......................... 2,673 9 2,664 7,709 36 7,672 7,307 39 7,269

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities ... .....1,025 ..... 1,025 3,025 3,025 2,981 2,981

Energy prorgrarms
General science- and research activities 119 119 350 ..350 336 336
Energy su.;ply R arid D activities 238 238 742 742 785 785
Uranjw on' piyadenrichment activities ........73 ..73 279 279 430 430
Fossil energy reearch arrd development ....37 37 105 105 103 103
Enr gy 0evto i 43 43 109 109 91 91
Straeti per loni ser vii 30 30 86 .86 46 4
Nor lear ...... dipsl furnd 27 27 86 86 83 83
Other 8 C" 8 59 1 59 140 1 140

Total Enera y prograrn> 574 C 574 1,815 1 1,815 2,015 1 2,014

Powe Mar t ketfii gAiiii raii 141 114 27 506 321 185 397 296 101
Dearhrortaadriri'trtiiii35 35 131 131 114 114
Prp tayrm itfir hepTIb 95 95 403 403 697 697
ir~t~r ~' it0/ r i ,,rtor,14 -14 94 94 66 6
Of' ,t g>.~r nr'rtr rep1.2 2 4 4 7 7

Total -Department of Energy........ ............. .... 1,760 211 1,549 5,383 729 4,654 5,440 1,902 4,438


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

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

Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable O Gross Applicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security:

Food ai d DC A. strain 61 60 177 1 175 174 1 1 7
feath~n Reso ~e ad Sevces Admnstat on 175 175 435 435 41, 41
11r u 0r "neot e rc 1.. .... .40 140 407 407 380 380
Ceters for Dsae Contro ....... 104 104 329 329 286 286

Nait ion Insttes o1 Heath
Carcerresearc .. 161 161 496 496 485 485
Heart ung and ood research 106 106 302 302 299 299
P oles d-geVeI and kidney diseases 59 59 168 168 170 170
Neoga disorders and stroke 55 55 146 146 139 139
Aergy ind netous dseases......... 81 81 242 242 240 240
Genera me'a senes. 69 69 209 209 206 206
Cr d eah and nhunan dee opment 43 43 129 129 131 131
Other re searc n ues ........148 148 381 381 328 328
Resear re .... .. 23 23 81 81 84 84
Ote .r.30 30 90 90 107 107
Total Nato na Institutes of Health 777 777 2,244 2,244 2,190 2,190

Alcohol Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration 261 261 725 725 629 629
Agency for Healtr Care Policy and Research 2 2 3 3 26 26
Assistant secretary for health 58 58 169 169 77 77

Total Puhc Heath ServIce 1,574 1,573 4,488 1 4,487 4,176 1 4 175

Healin Care F nang Administration
Grants to States for Medicaid 6,320 6320 18,127 18U127 16475 16,475
Payments to .. eah care trust funds 7.708 7,708 14,063 14,063 11,389 11,389

Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Benef t payments 8,040 8,040 21,736 21.736 18,769 18 769
Adm nistrative expenses and construction 77 ... 77 235 235 302 302
Interest on norm-a ized tax transfers
Quinguennial transfers to the general fund from FHI
Total-FHI trust fund 8,117 8,117 21,971 21,971 19,071 19,071

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Benefit payments 4,876 4,876 13,349 13,349 12.716 12,716
Administrative expenses and construction 109 109 261 261 349 349
Total-FSMI trust fund 4,985 4 985 13,609 13.609 13065 13,065

Other 14 14 176 176 16 16

Total-Health Care Financing Administration ....... 27.145 27,145 67.947 67.947 60,016 60,016

Social Security Administration,
Payments to Social Security trust funds 21 21 1,548 1 548 1,708 1 708
Special benefits for disabled coal miners 134 134 268 268 206 206
Supplemental security income program 3328 3,328 6,742 6,742 5,602 5,602
Total-Social Security Administration 3.483 3,483 8,559 8,559 7,516 7,516

Administration for children and families
Family support payments to States 1159 1,159 3,911 3,911 3.608 3608
Low income home energy assistance 177 177 435 435 121 121
Refugee and entrant assistance 37 37 82 82 76 76
Community Services Block Grant Act Programs 39 39 102 102 83 83
Payments to States for afdc work programs 113 113 178 178 108 108
Interim assistance to States for legalization 5 5 34 34 194 194
Payments to States for day care assistance 28 28 52 52
Social services block grant .254 254 686 686 448 448
Acf service programs. 337 337 899 899 960 960
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance .357 357 438 438 579 579
Otrer C C C
Total Adnrnistraion for ch dren and families 2,507 2507 6,817 6817 6,177 6,177

Office of Ih Setr tary 122 122 205 205 63 63
Proprietary retceIs frormn the public 2,248 2248 4,516 4516 3145 3 145





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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 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 Health and Human Services, except Social
Security:-Continued
!nt~abudqe ar sact ons
04 renna transfers to the general fund
Fro F FOASI and FDI
Pjy w- s oa to insurance for the aged
edrai tosrp ta insurance trust fund
Federi supermentary medical insurance trust fund 7,709 .... -7709 -14,064 -14,064 -11.389 11,389
Payr tsF for tax and other credits
Fdr. h' I sp tal insurance trust fund (*) (**)


Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security ................................ 27,122 2,249 24,873 73,953 4,518 69,436 66,559 3,146 63,413

Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (off-budget):
Federal ol d-age and survivors insurance trust fund
Benef t payments 43,675 43,675 86,387 86.387 60,753 ..... 60,753
Adnotrative expenses and construction 163 163 489 489 482 .... 482
Payment to railroad retirement account
interest expense on interfund borrowings
Interest on normalized tax transfers .........
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from
FOASI .....
Total-FOAS trust fund ..... ........ 43,838 ..... 43,838 86,876 86,876 61.235 61,235

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ...... 5,085 ..... 5,085 10,363 .... 10,363 7,029 .... 7,029
Administrative expenses and construction ............... 60 60 191 -.... 191 202 ..... 202
Paym ent to railroad retirem ent account ....................... ..... ............... .............
Interest on norm alized tax transfers ........... ......... .. ... ..... .........
Quinquennial transfers to the general fund from FDI ... ....... ...... ....
Total-FDI trust fund .... 5,145 ..... 5,145 10,555 10,555 7,232 ... 7,232

Proprietary receipts from the public ... ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ...( ) ( *)
Intrabudgetary transactions2 .. ...... -21 -21 -1,549 1,549 1,708 ... 1.708

Total -Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security(off-budget) ............................. 48,962 ( ) 48,962 95,882 ( ) 95,882 66,759 ( ) 66,759

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programsPublic enterprise funds:
Federal housing administration fund .. ....... 660 534 126 1,912 1,405 507 3,014 2,680 334
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund -4 50 -54 400 149 251 478 162 315
Other .. ....... 29 5 23 81 17 64 7 17 -10
Rent supplement payments ... ... .... 6 6 14 .... 14 14 .. 14
Homeownership assistance ........... 6 6 17 17 19 19
Rental housing assistance .. ... ..... ......... 58 ... 58 164 164 161 161
Rental housing development grants ...... ...... 6 6 13 13 5 5
Low-rent public housing .. ...... 74 ... 74 159 159 341 341
Public housing grants ...... 226 226 607 607 512 ..... 512
College housing grants 2 2 5 ... 5 5 ( *) 5
Lower ncome housing assistance .. ...... 1,011 1,011 2,789 2,789 2,651 ... 2,651
Sc-tion 8 contract renewals .............. 193 ... 193 523 .... 523 290 ... 290
Portabiity program fees ( ) ( )
Special purpose grants ........ 2 2 6 6 1 1
Other 2 .. 2 6 ... 6 3 3
Total Housing programs ......... ..... 2,273 589 1,683 6,698 1,572 5,126 7,502 2,860 4,642

Puibc arid Indian Housing programs:
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projorcts 1.. ...... 208 208 582 ... 582 531 ,.. 531
Lo reot public housing-Loans and other expenses 7 1 6 266 18 248 101 18 83
t t Public and Indian Housing programs 215 1 214 848 18 830 632 18 614
er nt National Mortgage Association
M~-jr roet and liquidating functions fund ( *) (" ) (*) ( ( C
W iritrr of mortgage backed securities 107 115 8 295 391 _-95 463 554 -90
Pr fpnt .n a.es f.nd..
t. .overnient National Mortgage Association 107 115 8 295 391 -95 463 554 -90

Ci ,i r t ry Paniri and Development:
ht trprisi funds .. .6 9 15 16 26 11 57 27 30
C ir-uraty bevehopinent Grants 315 .... 315 874 874 807 807
Ot 24 .... 24 66 66 51 ... 51
rr rr ri ty Piarning and Development 333 9 324 956 26 930 915 27 888

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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and Other Periods-Continued [S millions)
T
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal fs-ar to Date
T .. ........ ...... ..... .... .....
Classification Gross Applicablel Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Appl- inii- r,
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Ff., pl%
.......... ....... .....

Department of Housing and Urban Development:Continued
and Administration 39 39 142 142 141
2 Id 7
Proprtfary receipts from the public 21

Total -Department of Housing and Urban
Development ....... ........................... .... 2,968 735 2,232 8.947 2,071 6,876 9,661 3,523 6,137
-- --------------------------- ----------------------------- ---------------- ----- -- .........
-- -- ---------- .................... --------------- .. .. .... ......... .... .... ..
Department of the Interior:
Land and minerals management
Bureau of Land Management
Management of lands and resources 47 47 145 145 122
Fire protection 9 9 36 36
Other 18 18 62 62
Minerals Management Service 50 1 49 176 1 175
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement 26 26 83 83 ell
------Total-Land and minerals management 149 1 149 502 1 501 516

Water and science
Bureau of Reclamatim
Construction program 20 20 70 70 78
Operation and maintenance 22 22 75 75 60
Other 46 14 32 117 25 92 149 26
Geological Survey .. ... 38 38 158 158 151
Bureau of Mines 17 2 15 50 7 43 50 8
Total-Water and science ... ... 143 16 127 470 32 438 488 34

Fish and wildlife and parks
United States Fish and Wildlife Service ... .. 97 97 279 279 268
National Park Service ...... ...... 129 129 390 390 334
Total-Fish and wildlife and parks 226 226 670 670 602

Bureau of Indian Affairs,
Operation of Indian programs ....... 125 125 322 322 218 218
Indian tribal funds ...... 46 46 18 18 136 136
Other 19 1 17 81 3 79 119 C 118
Totai-Bureau of Indian Affairs 190 1 188 422 3 419 473 C .1

Territorial and international affairs 27 27 156 156 167
Departmental offices .. .. ... .. .. ... .. ... 24 34 34 55
Proprietary receipts from the public 242 565 565 420
Intrabudgetary transactions ...... ........ 4 -4 9 9 31
Offsetting governmental receipts ....... 4 4

Total -Department of the Interior ....................... 707 260 447 2,245 601 1,645 2,271 458 1,813

Department of Justice:
Legal activities 136 136 971 971 1,014 1,014
Federal Bureau of Investigation 114 114 485 485 492 49?
Drug Enforcement Administration 77 77 219 219 173 1
Immigration and Naturalization Service ... 120 120 362 362 309
Federal Prison System ..... ...... 186 8 178 552 22 530 594 18
Office of Justice Programs 138 138 267 267 197
Other 286 286 405 405 109
Intrabudgetary transactions ... .. ........ ...... -173 173 178 178 3
Offsetting governmental receipts .. ... .. ........ 26 26 83 83 85
Total- Department of Justice ........................... 883 34 849 3,082 105 2,977 2,885 103 2,782

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration
Training and employment services 309 309 996 996 915
Community Service Employment for Older Americans 31 31 93 93 92
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances 18 18 36 36 45
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operations 76 76 54 54 27 7
Payments to the unemployment trust fund 953 953 2,253 2,253
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds 250 250 C





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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 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 I Receipts

Department of Labor: -Continued
Unemployment trust fund
Federal-State unemployment insurance
State unemployment benefits 3,178 3,178 8.708 8,708 6,383 U83
State administrative expenses 250 250 818 818 725 725
Federal administrative expenses 8 8 30 30 30 30
Veterans employment and training 14 14 42 42 36 36
Repayment of advances from the general fund
Railroad unemployment insurance 7 7 17 17 23 23
Other 2 2 6 6 6 6
Total Unemployment trust fund 3,459 3.459 9,620 9.620 7 203 7,203

Other 7 ... 7 17 17 22 22

Total- Employment and Training Administration ... 4,853 4,853 13,318 13,318 8,306 8,306

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 67 3152 85 193 231 -38 206 205 1
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ... ...... .... .... 28 28 65 65 60 60
Special benefits ...... .... ... .... 52 ... 52 -649 195 195
Black lung disability trust fund ...... ... .......... 53 53 153 153 156 ...... 156
O ther .. .. .... ...... .................... 12 .... 12 36 36 30 30
Occupational Safety and Health Administration 28 28 68 68 71 ... 71
Bureau of Labor Statistics ..... 25 25 70 70 65 65
Other 37 ... 37 96 96 125 125
Proprietary receipts from the public .... .. C C *) I 1 1 1
Intrabudgetary transactions -1 134 -1,134 -2,750 -2750 -156 ... 156

Total-Department of Labor ............................. 4,022 153 3,869 10,600 232 10,367 8,668 206 8,462

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs
Salaries and expenses 156 156 564 ... .. 564 391 391
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad ..... 45 45 137 137 36 36
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund .. ... ... ... .... .. ........ ................... 119 .... 119 119 119 113 113
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ....... 32 ...... 32 100 100 92 92
Other 7 7 33 ... 33 16 ... .. 16
Total -Admin i st ration of Foreign Affairs ........ 358 ...... 358 954 954 649 649

International organizations and Conferences .......... 213 ...... 213 780 780 645 645
Migration and refugee assistance ......... 57 57 173 173 142 142
International narcotics control ....... ......... 15 15 33 33 15 15
Other ...... 4 4 19 19 23 ... 23
Proprietary receipts from the public ... ....... ... ...
Intrabudgetary transactions ....... __119 __119 ... -165 -113
Offsetting governmental receipts

Total- Department of State ......... ................... 529 ... 529 1,794 .... 1,794 1,361 ...... 1,361

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways .. .. .... ...... .... 1,311 1,311 4,255 4,255 3.839 3,839
Other 9 9 30 30 29 29
Other programs ... 19 ... 19 57 57 46 ... 46
Total-Federal Highway Administration .... 1,339 1,339 4,343 4,343 3,913 3,913

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ... 26 26 64 ... 64 54 54

Federal Railroad Administratiom
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation 180 180 113 113
Other 39 39 92 3 89 70 1 69
Total-Fecleral Railroad Administration 39 39 271 3 269 183 1 182












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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
C lassification .. *. ....... .
Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Appicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Transportation:-Continued
Federal ran> t A n trat
Forrn I grants 243 243 438 438 5'4
D >icretonairy grarts 133 1 33 349 349 I0 IC
Other 31 31 96 96711

Federal A at on AdIn n trat on
Operation 85 85 512 nl2 1t' 167
Arport and airw'ay trust lund
Grar ts ad for a reports 209 209 615 615 47 47
Fac es and equpent .. ..202 202 434 434 39, 3A6
Resea n.neern and development 20 20 46 46 50 50
Operait ons 190 190 570 570
Tota -Aport and airway trust fund 621 621 1 665 1 665 91n 916

Other (*") 31 l) ( .. -.

Totai Federa Avaton Adminstration 707 706 2177 2,177 2083 2 083

Coast Guard
Operating expenses 239 239 658 658 696 696
Acquisition construction, and improvements 22 22 58 58 68 68
Retired pay 38 38 114 114 100 100
Other 24 1 24 46 1 45 55 1 53
Total-Coast Guard 324 1 323 876 1 875 919 1 918

Maritme Administration 154 57 97 260 98 162 295 100 195
Other 32 1 30 112 3 109 95 5 90
Proprietary receipts from the public 1 1 1 2 2
Intrabudgetary transactions .) .. 2 2
Offsetting governmental receipts 1 1 1 3 3 1 1

Total-Department of Transportation ................... 3,027 62 2,966 8,984 109 8,875 8,336 111 8,225

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental office
Exchange stabilizaton fund 187 1 188 191 3 194 662 5 667
Other 8 8 66 66 46 46

Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses 17 17 56 56 53 53
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation 587 587 587 587
Claims, judgements, and relief acts ........... 47 47 93 93 346 346
Other 23 23 63 63 56 56
Total-Financial Management Service 87 87 799 799 1 042 1 042

Federal Financing Bank 561 561 337 337 338 338
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms:
Salaries and expenses 37 37 97 97 81 81
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico ........ 24 24 56 56 60 60
United States Customs Service 130 130 431 431 415 415
Bureau of Engraing ard Prnting 12 12 7 7 39 39
United States Mint 3 3 29 29 24 24
Bureau of the Puihc Debt 41 41 76 76 41 41

Internal Revenue Servce
Processing tax returns and assistance 120 120 373 373 381 381
Tax law enforcement 313 313 952 952 823 823
Information system. 96 96 267 267 19n 195
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability
for tax 19 19 62 62 43 43
Health insurance supplement to earned income credit 1 1 5 5
Returning internal revenue collections interest 146 146 517 517 989 989
Ottr~ 1 C) 1 30 1A 30 4' 1 46
Total -Internal Revenue Servce 696 C f 696 2206 (" 'I 2206 2478 1 2476










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

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

Department of the Treasury:-Continued
U'te::< SLtates S rt e e .....37 37 137 ... 137 122 122
Cot r o e Currecy .. .30 5 25 95 14 82 71 5 67
Of t'rft S~per 26 1 24 67 13 54 74 52 22
'Iers on th Xptr i. cebt
P.: s s accruai oassn 17,471 17,471 51,530 51,530 53,494 53,494
3esu ',h iass 34,207 34,207 40,632 ..... 40,632 37,688 24 37,664
T'h .In ere-t on tie public debt 51,678 51,678 92,162 .... 92,162 91,182 24 91,158

5 5 13 13 9 9
Prop otry reCepts from the public 189 -189 436 -436 .... 696 -696
Rec pts tronr off-iudget federal entities ......
traudgetary transato -. -670 -670 -3,781 .... -3,781 -5,340 .... -5,340
Ofsttng governmental receipts 83 -83 ...... 192 -192 ...... 174 -174

Total-Department of the Treasury ..................... 52,495 280 52,215 92,593 658 91,935 89,942 958 88,984

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration:
Med care 1,033 ..... 1,033 3,291 .... 3,291 3,485 .... 3,485
Other 387 26 361 425 65 359 210 69 141

Veterans Benefits Administration
Pnbh enterprise funds
Loan guaranty revolving fund 160 47 113 501 136 366 377 193 184
Other 58 94 -35 196 218 -22 200 190 10
Compensation and pensions 2,694 ..... 2,694 5,396 ...... 5,396 5,267 ... 5,267
Readjustment benefits 110 110 263 ...... 263 218 218
Post-Vietnam era veterans education account 15 ... 15 35 ...... 35 46 46
Insurance funds
National service life 85 85 213 213 285 285
United States government life ....... 2 2 4 4 6 ...... 6
Veterans special life 10 73 -63 23 80 -57 25 78 -53
Other ...... 7 ..... 7 -15 ...... -15 18 ... -18
Total Veterans Benefits Administration ......... 3,142 214 2,929 6,618 433 6,185 6,406 462 5,944

Construction 57 ( ) 57 150 (' ) 150 171 ...... 171
Departmental administration 137 137 406 ... 406 256 ...... 256
Proprietary receipts from the public
National service life 33 -33 98 -98 ..... 104 -104
United States government life .............. ( (*) ( *) ... ( ) (*)
Other ...... 357 -357 387 -387 ... 192 192
Intrabudgetary transactions -2 -2 -5 ...... -5 -1 .... -1

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs ................. 4,755 631 4,125 10,886 983 9,902 10,527 827 9,700

Environmental Protection Agency:
Salr es and expenses 5 5 66 ...- 66 333 .... 333
Abatement control, and compliance 85 .... 85 310 .... 310 209 3 206
Construction grants 222 ... 222 537 537 699 ....- 699
Hazardous substance superfund 119 .... 119 328 ... 328 352 .... 352
Otter 107 1 106 266 2 265 332 1 332
Prpretary receipts from the public ........ 26 -26 44 44 .... 32 -32
Intrab dietary transactions 1 ... 250 ...... -250
Offsetting governmental receipts ...- 1 1 ... 2 2 .
Total-Environmental Protection Agency ............... 538 28 510 1,508 47 1,461 1,676 35 1,641

General Services Administration:
Re property acivities I...... 658 658 407 407 272 272
Persar r-operty activities 13 13 43 43 -42 42
-r f torl Resources Management Service 47 47 10 .... 10 6 6
eder a propJerty resources activities 1 1 4 4 4 4
r r ..14 ... 14 43 43 49 49
Pro r 'tar, y r ioent fror the public ( *) ( *) 1 1 7 7

Total-General Services Administration ................ 734 V 1 734 421 1 421 289 7 282










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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and Other Periods-Continued (S millions]
- ------------- --- ---------------------------------------------------------------- ---- ... ... ................. ............. ---- 11 --,""I'll" -1-11 1111111- 1 -11 "1 "1 T
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
............ ...... ........ ..................
Classification
Gross Appi ble Gross 'Applicable! Gross Applicable
Outlays Ou Outlays Outlays
Outlays Receipts i flays Receipts Outlays Receipts
-- ------------------- ----------- -------- ---- --- ----- -------------- ........ ........................ ... ......... ..........

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and development 678 678 1 '5 1
Space flight, control, and data communications 414 414 1 il'i 1,
Construction of facilities 46 46
Research and program management 126 126 74
Other 2 2 4 4
......... .... 11_111111111- .. ......
Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ............. ....... ................. ... 1,266 1,266 3,681 ...... 3,681 3,752 3,752

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitants, employees health
benefits 292 292 832 832 823
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund
Civil service retirement and disability fund 2,770 2.770 8356 8.356 8,049
Employees health benefits fund 1,180 1 266 86 3,441 3,678 237 3370 3308
Employees life insurance fund 110 120 10 320 637 317 279 597
Retired employees health benefits fund 1 1 C *) 2 2 C 1) 2 2
Other 23 23 39 39 81 81
Intrabudgetary transactions
Civil service retirement and disability fund,
General fund contributions
Other 4 4 12 12 15 15
Total-Office of Personnel Management ........... ... 4,372 1,387 2,986 12,979 4,317 8,662 12,589 3,907 8,682

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund 76 66 10 254 202 51 263 193 69
Disaster loan fund ... ... 32 42 10 185 123 62 146 125 21
Other 2 1 1 18 5 14 17 5 12
Other .. .. .. ... ... .... ... .. ... 43 43 125 C *) 125 107 C *) 107
Total-Small Business Administration ........... ...... 153 109 44 582 330 252 533 324 209

Other independent agencies:
Action ..... 21 21 55 55 43 43
Board for International Broadcasting 19 19 61 61 38 38
Corporation for Public Broadcasting 319 319 327 327
District of Columbia:
Federal payment 698 698 690 690
Other ... .. ....... 7 7 2 24 27 C ') 37 37
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 13 13 52 52 52 52
Export-Import Bank of the United States _,__ ..... 244 349 105 339 673 -335 547 506 41
Federal Communications Commission .. .. .. .. ... .. 9 3 7 32 8 24 29 8 21
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund .... .. 1,256 2,103 848 3,410 3,928 518 6,619 2,805 1813
Savings association insurance fund 3 5 3 7 8 2 8
FSLIC resolution fund 182 152 30 730 448 282 1,200 513 687
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Public enterprise funds 27 12 15 80 1130 26 73 92 20
Disaster relief 151 151 562 562 94 94
Emergency management planning and assistance 27 27 46 46 73 73
Other ..... ... 32 32 62 15 44 44
Federal Housing Finance Board 1 1 3 3 3 13 10
Federal Trade Commission 6 6 21 21 19 19
Interstate Commerce Commission .. .. ... 3 3 10 10 12 12
Legal Services Corporation .. .. ... 58 58 117 117 86 86
National Archives and Records Administration 20 20 45 C 45 25 C 25
National Credit Union Administration,
Credit union share insurance fund ... 24 12 12 39 94 55 195 20 175
Central liquidity facility .. .. 10 10 38 38 166 271 105
Other 6 C *) 6 7 1 7 9 C 9
















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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Oulay Gross Applicable Otas Gross ApplicableOuly
Outlays =Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Other independent agencies:-Continued
Na ~ Lr.o in(r tArts 16 16 47 47 46 46
Na.aEc 'rot o reHumanities 12 12 37 37 31 31
NB ~: ,>:aR tosBardi 11 11 43 43 40 40
~ r~ on~rn187 187 562 562 530 530
N ci O( .r, omson 38 2 36 108 94 14 118 27 92
,~ r araCm aon 43 52 -9 125 132 -7 122 1252

rtrp funds (off-budget) 4,543 54,194 349 12,578 12 353 225 10,842 12,166 -1.324
IntePostal Service fund .... 69 .... 69 158 158

B ~ racR~ e' er!Board
F,~r s' roalsbsidy 24 24 74 .. 74 78 78
Fd~ amn~ to the railroad retirement accounts C C 16 16 58 58
F,~~ c'a'rtsportation protective account C C C C *'
Fr t.typnion fund,
ACacstorFOASDI fund 172 .. 172 347 34 25225
AS rtIctos88 .... 88 263 263 252 252
tr sta ye expenses 7 7 18 18 16 16
ntetonrefunds of taxes C *) C U 5 5 C *) C *)
S_;ppe -ent annuity pension fund 235 .... 235 710 .710 686 686
Otner1 3 3 1 1
Intrabudgetary transactions
Social Security equivalent benefit account ...... 411 .. 411 1,182 1,182 1,123 1,123
Payments from other funds to the railroad
retirement trust funds.. .. ........
Other 1616 58 5

Total-Railroad Retirement Board ...... 595 595 1,908 1,908 1.905 1,905

Resolution Trust Corporation 2,827 4,219 1,392 6,620 14,218 758 9.633 19,085 -9.452
Securities and Exchange Commission ....5 5 22 22 29 29
Smithsonian Institution ....40 .. 40 99 99 94 94
Tennessee Valley Authority ... .... .... 607 492 115 2,307 1,615 692 44 831 428
United States Information Agency .... ..88 C *) 88 261 C *) 261 224 C 224
Other 89 3 86 277 11 267 257 10 247

Total-Other independent agencies................... 11,204 11,608 -403 31,793 33,775 -1,983 33,963 34,852 -889

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

Eroployer share, employee retirement:
Legslative Branch.
United States Tax Court
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund ... .. .... C C C *
The Judicary
Judicial survivors annuity fund .........
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund ........... -1,086 1.086 -3,296 -3.296 -4,033 4,033
Departmnirt of Health and Human Services
Federal old-age and survivors insurance fund (of fbudget)
Federal employer contributions 0 .. 402 -1,206 .. 1.206 1,110 _1.1 10
Payrnrts for military service credits .......
Federal disob iity insurance trust fund (off-budget):
Fedteral employer contributions 43 -43 -129 129 120 .. 120
Payments for military service credits.
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
F(dr em ployer contributions ........... 189 _189 567 567. -537 537
armr'for military service credits

I rnrr i'vcr rtrerrient and disability fund -8 8 2626 24 2
Of nnofPerorneManagement
(aari'rtrmnt and disability fund 79 .....794 2,307 -2,307 2,182 2,182

n> t fii~r~~i ',upar retirement fund
j t i .i r .are err Inoyee retirement 2,522 2,522 -7,532. 753 807807










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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fical to ate
Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays Gros, App ibtoe
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Here pts

Undistributed offsetting receipts: -Continued
n'er I .v. y. 4 1 r1 1



1,1~r In, .V'elr' tIf 54 54 4r659 4r6} 4 1r5Ed o e~e fi- d I ")(" 18 18 02
on d

S i oe enlirmanent fund 17


Feder od~a~e a A srvor i>nsurance thrust ful ,t
oif W, pet' 12345 12345 12455 12 4b 1 1
F eAeri da y na A A n trut fund off -budget) 460 460 496 496 14 51.
Feturi hos01a isJIr,- trust fund 5,172 5172 5203 5203 4844
Feert spp etaryI ,edia i nisurance trust fund 841 841 871 871 8 88
Dep lan of ,It aro
Uen p ny 1.lt 1r253 1,253 1,318 1 318 1954 1 54
Department of Sta1te
Fore pq 'l. ne Iree nt and disabPl~ty fund 267 267 267 267 252 252
DepartAre-t If IIrnsp1r1to
H-ighw ay trus f.jnd ...727 727 743 743 774
A rport nd a rway trust furd 539 539 546 546 630 630
O > s i b a dty trust fund "}("1 3 3 2 2
Department of Veteran-s Affairs,
Natona Iere tl inurance fund 536 536 537 537 536 36
United States government 1 fe Insurance Fund ... 5 5 5 6 6
Envi nentaI Protection Agency
Natona Aeronauic-, nd Space Administration C )"
Offe of Personnel Management:
Cal service retirement and disability fund 12323 12,323 12,385 12385 11612 11,612
lndepe-ndent ageroes
Railroad Retrment Board 42 42 322 322 208 208
Other. 1 1 4 4 4 4
Other 4 4 11 11 5 5
O ther~~~ ... . .. ...........
Total-Interest received by trust funds 34,461 34 461 39,856 39856 37013 37,013

Rents arid oalties 0n the outer continental shelf lands 261 261 716 716 664 664
Sale of 11ao0 assets

Total-Undistributed offsetting receipts ................ 36,983 261 37,244 47,388 716 48,103 45,020 664 45,684

Total outlays ...... ..................................... 174,129 21,427 152,702 443,817 58.129 385,688 399,913 61,176 338,737

Total on-budget .................... ........... .. 133,874 17,233 116,641 349,643 45,776 303,868 334,766 49,010 285,755

Total off-budget .......................................... 40,255 4,194 36,061 94,174 12,353 81,821 65,148 12,166 52,982

Total surplus (e) or deficit ................................ 38,945 120,463 83.813

Total on-budget ................................... ..... 26,980 107,929 97.469

Total off-budget ..................... ............ 11,965 12,535 t13.656

MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays [S million-,
Curreit
F-,cal Year Corrrparae Per-od
to Date Pr or Fs a~ Year

Proprietary receipts 11,639 93r3
Receipts from off-budget federal entities
Intrabudgetary transactions 81.763 75,038
Governmental receipts 421 3953
Total receipts offset against outlays .. 93823 88353

i'c des ii .111,- 1~t T tr $2861 1hot u o correct an agency repoting error for October 1992 PosP a t e a ro a lrr ao111 o, 8 1ay a l l I aT r-1 Ar cud,-- CA At I 0 7A Ii) C,- I I-, nun cnnb4uory Alhtary services credit-, specaa benefits w~ r l'h- Ml I anXi dar lI' IAIX re a'r nj'ass II -0 ~J~ 1 by a -An~ i e a- 1 ar H I>t M~l)a 11,- ia-Ie: Id ra- II .r rnt~a't d OASl leit mh(rk-, retie 1- etna USP> -,us I- hIlo.41h 12 11 a I -l J es- t S n $8 l
ah Ia-a a ,-ls a- n At~ la o $891 illho n ot f ai moritizatin oI tero oupoin A)rid-, Nb '1ra,4 a
'Inlulde-- I ma-sIf. i I) $77'I l 1or the 0D-,,itei Assine Liquidati g Account. (" au> Les n 55000000
F a-eraI- Eme r--yH, M n a enI A ien y roma inun thudqetiary status, tu budget outlays Note Detati a no A add I Io oas I~ t' I o1 1











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Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, December 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 Otf-budget Activity ThsMnh Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

This month
This Year IPrior Year ThsYa 'his Month

Liability accounts:

PUD rh eurIe sued under general Financing authorities
Onqt os otInCUite d States, issued by
U tted SlatesTreasry I '1111 -I.. 44,183 112,389 136,395 4,049,621 4 117,826 4,162,009
F, F, ,an ) Bank 15,000 15,000 15,000
'al public debt securities 44,183 112,389 136,395 4,064,621 4,132 826 4,177,009

Plus prerniurn on public debt securities -5 -15 -8 1,032 1,023 1.018
Less discount on public debt securities 86 61 -16 81,090 81,066 81,152

Total Public debt securities net of Premium and
discount ..44,092 112,312 136.403 3.984,565 4.052.785 4,096.877

Agency securities. issued under special financing authorities (see
Schedule B for other Agency borrowing, see Schedule C) ..239 667 955 18,250 18.678 18,917

Total federal securities .. 44,330 112,979 137,357 4,002,815 4,071,.464 4,115,794

Deduct,
Federal securities held as investments of government accounts
(see Schedule D) ... 23,163 31,371 48,924 1,016,453 1,024.661 1,047,824
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts .-89 -141,563 12,415 12,390 12,301
Net federal securities held as investments of government
accounts .23,252 31,485 47,361 1,004,038 1,012,271 1,035,523

Total borrowing from the public .... .... 21,078 81,494 89,997 2,998,777 3,059,193 3,080,271

Accrued interest payable to the public .... .... ... 8,939 -981 280 44,212 34,292 43,231
Allocations of special drawing rights ....... 19 -479 306 7.216 6,756 6,737
Deposit funds .. -...31 -563 -301 6.422 5,828 5,859
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks outstanding etc.) __11,180 8,257 -3,063 2,143 7010,399

Total liability accounts ................................................. 41,209 87,728 87,219 3,058,770 3,105,289 3,146,498

Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets
U S Treasury operating cash
Federal Reserve account ...._......... 506 -17,094 9,769 24,586 6.985 7,492
Tax and loan note accounts 2,669 -11,804 -2,472 34,203 19,729 22,399
Balance ..... ......... .. 3,176 -28,899 7,297 58,789 26,715 29,890

Special drawing rights
Total holdings ............. ... -2.992 -3,608 518 12,111 11.495 8.503
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve banks ...2,000 2,000 .10,018 10.018 8,018
Balance ..... 992 -1,608 518 2,093 1,477 485

Reserve position on the U S guota in the IMF,
U S subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct guota payments2 .............. ..12,063 12,063 .... 19,699 19,699 31,.762
Maintenance of value adjustments ..................-297 -1,979 1.119 6,692 5,010 4.712
Letter of credit issued to IMF ...... 8,968 -9348 18 -15,381 15,761 24,729
Dollar deposits with the IMF 32 -20 -4 -73 6193
Receivable; Payable ()for interim maintenance of value
adjustments 212 1,276 708 -1,167 103 109
Balance ..2,978 1,991 388 9,770 8,784 11.761

Loans to International Monetary Fund (C *) C *) I. .
Other cash and monetary assets ... ... 2,522 -2,626 16.792 23.842 23.738 21,216

Total cash and monetary assets .2,639 -31,141 24.995 94,494 60.714 63,353

Net activity. guaranteed loan financing ........... -415 -678 103 -826 1,089 1,504
Net activity, direct loan financing ...........188 881 211 2,447 ~ 3141 3.328
Misc~ellarieous asset accounts 115 1,715 -21,.818 1,411 -3,011 3,126

Total asset accounts ................................................ 2,297 32,653 3,491 94,704 59,754 62,051

Excess of liabilities (+I) or assets ................................... +38,912 +120,381 +83,727 +2,964,066 +3,045,535 +3,084,446

Tra--,-i ,,tui riot applied to current year s surplus or deficit (see
I -dul- as for Details) 33 83 86 49 83
Total budget and off-budget federal entities
(Financing of deficit (4) or disposition of surplus ..))............. +38,945 +120,463 +83,813 +2,964,066 +3,045,584 +3,084,529

IA .' I ,I. -C r Cr~~ri i, Iriany ',operating cash) income include the 'includes a reclassification of $77 million for the Disaster Assistance Liquidating Account, a r~~s ii ro miv b~iik, i-p ro1m the Bureau of Public Debt, Federal Emergency Management Agency from a non-budgetary status to budget outlays ii ,., iii Ii i,-,.ii r.ir~ al(, n i, ii tion Systemr aird recunciling wires No Transactions
i i~~~~~~~ S' i iIIi (p-rli i. .tr-rre iiSnuditier ,iasli basis, deposits *1 Less than $500,000
iiriI i ~ I i li i~~si ~ ,r, rlk p- -. ~ ,i( 1- Note Details may not add to totals duoe to rounding
1~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~- ,re-1 1,iiii-,0hu ,19 CjCihlTisUoI, ini the international
l~~~~~tiii~~~~~~~ I-i. r, i t/.l ii ii Ui26 68 million

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Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities of the U.S. Government, December 1992 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This Month
This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on )onrpo't of unified budget in preedng peri ( d 3,045 611 2964066 2 6'344'
AdJStienlts dur icalurrent fi year for c ;anges in conpos tion
of UO f ed budget
Rec 8assification of the Dsaster Assistance Lqu dating Account
FEMA to a budgetary status 77
Reis ons by edera agenc es to the prior budget results C
Excess of iablites begnnng of period (current basis) 3 045535 2964066 2674 125

Budget surplus or deficit
Based or composton of unified budget in pror fiscal yr 38,945 120463 83813
Changes n composIt00 of unified budget
Total surplus or deficit (Table 2) 38,945 120463 83813

Total-on-budget (Table 2) 26,980 107929 97469

Total-off -budget (Table 2) 11 965 12.535 13656

Transactions not appi ed to current year s surplus or deficit
Seigniorage 33 83 86
Profit on sale of gold
Total-transact ons not applied to current year's Surplus or
deficit 33 83 86

Excess of liabilities close of period .................................. 3,084,446 3,084,446 2,757,852

Table6. Schedule B-Securities isued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, December 1992 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions Account Balances
denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Liability accounts

Classification -_-_-_---_-_---------_-_-----------_-_---This Month T c Year to Date Beginning of Close of
Thhis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by
Export-Import Bank of the United States C C
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Bank insurance fund 1............... 1 93 93 93
FSLIC resolution fund 277 1,137 1,137 1 137
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by
Department of Defense
Family housing mortgages C. i" 7 7 7
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration 30 73 61 301 344 374
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management 13 13 13
Department of Transportation
Coast Guard
Family housing mortgages ........ .. C
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Legislative Branch:
Architect of the Capitol 1.3 1 162 164 166
Department of Defense,
Homeowners assistance mortgages 1.1
Independent agencies
National Archives and Records Administration 302 302 302
Postal Service 220 220 222
Tennessee Valley Authority 208 590 1173 16015 1639 16605
Total, agency securities ....................................... 239 667 955 18,250 18,678 18,917


,,"rLs ta $500 00
Note Dei s y rio ad 1 o In talks due to roundinq












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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
December 1992 and Other Periods
[S millions]
Account Balances
TransationsCurrent Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of coeo
Thise Mont
TThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Treasury:


H ua~ rr rdtguaranty programs 125 125 125
0. ~e>PrteI ,e)et Corporation C CI C

Fjeg anicprgaS 13 70 83 83
C~ rn rdtCroat on 3,242 3,874 3,970 17,282 10,166 13,408
ja !! oe dnF taion
Agiir f iC(e tnuac und 27 80 -7.000 5,526 5,580 5,606
Se eptPs i nd development fund ...C ~lC C
Rur r ow r srne fund 90 7 -2,723 1,989 1,907 1,997
uR, .....pr insurancene lund 10 5 -517 1,545 1,541 1 550
Rurw uv ient loan fund C1 1
Fedr Cro Insuratnce Corporation.
Fedor crop insurance corporation fund 113 113 113
Rurar F ectr ifcation Administration
Rural commnunication development fund 25 25 25
Rural electrificatiorn and telephone revolving tund 16 36 7,905 7 925 7,941
Rural Telephone Banik C )763 763 763
Department of Commerce:
Federal ship financing lund, NOAA ... 2 2
Department of Education
Guaranteed student loans 2,090 2.090 2,090
Collego housing and academic facilities fund ..156 156 156
College housing loans 524 524 524
Department pf Energy.
Isotope production and distribution lund 1 1 9 9 10
Bonneville power administration lund 200 1,906 2.106 2,106
Department o1 Housing and Urban Development
Housing programs
Federal Housing Administration 72
Hous~ing for the edlerly and handicapped 185 284 8,774 8,959 8,959
Public and Indian housing.
Low-rent public housing 50 50 50
Department of the Interior
Bureau of Reclamation Loans C" 2 2 4 4
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving funds for loans (~ 18 8 8
Department of Justice
Federal prison industries, incorporated 20 20 20
Department of State
Repatriation loans )111
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 112 2 2
Regional rail reorganization program 39 39 39
Federal Aviatiori Administration
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program C C) 1C
Department of the Treasury
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund 1,585 9.428 8,658 149,422 141.579 139,994
Departrrent of Veterans Affairs
Lear,- guaranty revolving fund 678 199 921 243 243
Guar -anty and indemnity furrd 8 3 40 49 49
U rE, t ran revolving fund C) C) 1,730 1,730 1,730
Vpra 'ia rehabilitation revolving fund f(C11 1 1
Err, rnmonta Protection Agency
Ac!ratenre-ntontrol. and compliance loan program 111 2 3
Smal Bus neP Administration
Ho i'' onand revolving lund C11 11 11
0 tie ir npir de agencies
I t pr fteUnited States 7 16 88 98 104
I~ ~ ~ ~ h cdr Ivi --1re' angmn Agency
Na rari rrr 'dv !utei furnd 1 6 18 24 25
P r ta r Amr re ti velrprIi Corporation
I r t t 4onr drtv rierrt lurid C 73 73 73

Ha t O r It r 't rt it2,128 2,128 2.128
a r t /iirilri teeft r out257 739 700 2,670 3 152 3.409

I frr i t1 artirpar rtl urlites20 20 20
VayA,~r y 150 150 150

Total agency borrowing from the Treasury
Financed through public debt securities issued................2,068 12,670 29,006 206,410 191,672 193,740


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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Secunties
December 1992 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions)
Account Br nces
Transactions
Current F sca Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month ..C.o...o
ThTs month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank

1 5R 5A8 4 r


i~ I ; it AIn r r 1 f130 12 858

2 03044 44





30 30479
Doepare of Def1nse








Les 52 501 853 1 801 1 801
Do~ rt n,~50 i10 i5 174 .916



F Dpar21 1250o 4d104
cv .....







'F1'de 270 391 3 699 821 091
Budt Lo t iarnt, o At fun 10 36 45 782 7 745








indepner o ta
Except i Uned State 490 490 1,458 7 692 7 6927 202

BaMeru 2.324 10,160 10 160
National Credi Union Adminnstation 105
Departenn t ana. a Developent Corooraton 6 16 10 78
L ow01 ren hus ] 0on and other ox pen ses 5? 50 15,3 15 01 '" 01










Postalrn y D53o7p0nt Grat 5 5 7 1
Resoparle n- T Ceroaon 1294 9332 5856 46536
Tet ora d Autehor 7 335 1 158 9a2 51 1
Depart en rap n Tanst Authoty 177
TotFederal borroadwing froAdm the Federal Financing Bank .............. 1,585 9428 8,658 1649427 156584 154999
Department f the rarg Bank accomplished by the Purchase Tn
Financa Maage ty debt secuties and by direct loans on than
General Serw ces Admn nstrat on











Federa from Treasury and issues its own Not699 Details n o a
National Aeronautcs arid Space Adrorn stration: Space ft got, control and data Commun canons 33
Sinai Business Adinis trati0n









Bus an d r a lnesten funded lieu of agencies borrowing directly 10 36 45 782 5 4
Independent agen2es
Exportrsrporl Bank 01 the United Slates 490 490 1458 7692 792 7 2
Federal Depost I nsurance Corpora2on
Bank insurance fund .... .... ....2324 10160 101t60 10 160
Naliona} Credt UnOron Admin stral on .. .. ... 0
Pennsy vanra Avenue Development Corporation .. .6 16 10 78 87 9
Poslal Serwc~e .. .. ...537 9 903 10 4401 44:
Reso ut on Trust Corporation .1,294 9.332 5.856 46536 38498 3'? 24
Tennessee Vasl ey Authonty ............7 335 1!158 9592 925o 9 25
Washington Metropolitan Trainsit Authonity 1... .. .....77 1'7"7
Total borrowing from the Federai Financing Bank ........1,585 9,428 8,658 164,427 156,584 154.999

N~t rhS I .u r to'. hi dr the Federal Financin~g Bank accomplished bry rhe purchase No tranoacr ons.
Oainc r'.ar/crr aset b t q t on of agerncy debl secun Ies and by direct loans on "" Less. than $500 000
notii a r r ,;rc th Fede.rai Financ' n Bank borrows. from Treasury and issues rfs own Nore DOrai~ mnay no! ado ro rota'. t e to rou n '.e.,rr e'. anr Ir turr' r I o anrI tese runds' to agencies in leu of agencies borrowing directly mn rr Treir, or .1r r fer OAl, se'.u~rlon





























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

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

This month
This Year Prior Year 'his Month

Federal funds:
C, ,nl A, -culture 2 2 5 3
C, iimerce C 8 8 8

D,, ...... account 3.774 2,032 1,202 1,202
Deparlr- -' of Energy 23 133 3,513 1568 3,535
Depir ... ent of Housing and Urban Development
H,-- j programs
F ,.Ierai housing administration fund
Public debt securities -300 102 5.858 5,737 5,436
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund.
Public debt securities C 6 6 6
Agency securities ....... 60 60 60
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities
Public debt securities 20 78 116 2,699 2,756 2,777
Agency securities 62 62 62
Other 3 1 245 247 247
Department of the Interior
Public debt securities .... 32 192 1,265 2,333 2,557 2,525
Department of Labor 2 75 1,559 15,480 15,407 15,405
Department of Transportation 22 36 781 818 803
Department of the Treasury ........ 1,294 1,774 1,059 3,462 3,942 5.236
Department of Veterans Affajrs
Canteen service revolving fund ... ... ....... .... 2 2 43 41 41
Guaranty and indemnity fund 44 .....
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....... ........ 21 18 16 509 506 527
Servicemen's group life insurance fund ... 6 -25 C 198 167 173
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States 221 23 88 338 309
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ...... .. .... C 12 72 543 555 555
Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationBank insurance fund ....... ... ........ ... .... 833 556 1,337 4,664 4,388 5,221
FSLIC resolution fund:
Public debt securities .... ..... .... 186 359 433 1.319 1,491 1,677
Savings association insurance fund 3 1 8 340 338 341
National Credit Union Administration ............ 18 48 -184 2,392 2,459 2,441
Postal Service 70 648 2.089 4,679 5,398 5,328
Tennessee Valley Authority ...... 296 2,239 1,943 1,943
Other ....... 1 -11 4 765 755 754
Other 158 221 2,410 2,472 2,630
Total public debt securities Z020 2,512 7,467 56,611 57,103 59,123
Total agency securities C *) 123 123 123

Total Federal funds .......... ....... .......................... 2,020 2,512 7,467 56,734 57,226 59,246

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch
Library of Congress .. ... ... ........ ....... ............ C 2 4 1 4 4
United States Tax Court C C 1) C 4 4 4
Other 27 27 27
The Judiciary
Judicial retirement funds 1 3 9 193 197 196
Department of Agriculture 1 1 1 6 5 5
Department of Commerce C C *) C C *) C *) C ')
Department of Defense- Military 1 160 160 161
Department of Defense-Civil
Military retirement fund 1,015 12,998 12,993 87,753 101,766 100.751
Other 5 136 293 1,098 1,228 1,233













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Table 6. Schedule D-nvestments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, December 1992 and
Other Periods-Continued
(S mnillion-,]

Net Purchases or Sales I Securities Held as investment
Current Fiscal Year
CasfctoThsMnh Fiscal Year to Date Beginning ofCl f


This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust Funds-Continued
Department! ofHo t
Department ofH xihad HuMan Services, etoui'ia
Federal nospital insurance tr ust fund
Public debt set is4>lfl 1' ,4 1jV (
Federal supplementiry ve ntda insurance trust fund d 110141 14
Other /j 1(0'i
Department of Health and Human Services. Social Security
Federal old-age and >urvivors, insurance trust fund
Public dent scne 114 a
Federal disab' liJ -nsurance trust fund 11f 2,81 81
Department of the Interior
Public debt securities 4 ~ 3t ~
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund 108 1 621 15f 13332ifl
Other I3 30 a 23
Department of State
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund 37, 322 315 9949 5 946 6 321i
Other
Department of Transportation
Highway trust fund 604 266 709 20,962 20624 21,228
Airport and airway trust fund 16t 64 946 15.090 14,865 15,026
Other 16 53 46 1.399 1,436 1,452
Department of the Treasury 25 81 45 184 128 102
Department of Veterans Affairs:
General post fund national homes 34 34 34
National service life insurance
Public debt securities 463 404 318 11,310 11,251 11,714
government life insurance fund 1 1 5 134 132 133
Veterans special life insurance fund 60 55 47 1,406 1 400 1,460
Environmental Protection Agency 87 132 181 4,456 4,501 4 588
National Aeronautics and Space Administration i 116 16 16
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund
Public debt securities ..10,772 7,604 6 932 284,430 281,261 292,034
Employees health benefits fund 88 199 65 5,993 6,104 6 192
Employees life insurance fund 10 318 312 12 604 12,912 12,922
Retired employees health benefits fund r iV
Independent agencies,
Harry S, Truman memorial scholarship trust fund V1 5 47 47 47
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ..V... .. 17 18 17
Railroad Retirement Board 7 44 130 11,527 11,491 11,484
Other 1 2 4 104 107 107
Total public debt securities 21,143 28.859 41,457 959,719 967,435 988,578

Total trust funds............................................ 21,143 28,859 41,457 959,719 967,435 988,578

Grand total ............................... ........................ 23,163 31.371 48.924 1,016,453 1,024,661 1,047,824

No Transactions Not investmeAntFs arn public debt -securities unless, otrierwise noted
V1Less than $500 000 N, I, De-tils mnot add to toItals due t0 rounding





























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

Fiscal Con
Year parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mac pi a ue Jl u. Sept. Period
To Prior
Date FY


Receipts:
.3 28 3099: 51,172 121,559 114,007
~ 296 1 8 22,950 26 525 23.713



28 135 30,264 31 252 89,651 86,274
n t s~u e1 034 2,270 245 3,549 3.492
~9r~'r r"ot onrWAes426 366 421 1,213 1.167
.,. ~3,670 4,082 4014 11,766 11,491
Este a t xs 1,027 954 959 2,940 2,650
1,66 150 1,394,708 4,424
1,41 68 12063,314 7,705

Total-Receipts this year .......... .76,833 74,635 113,757 265,225 ...

(On-budget)................-.....55,057 51,221 89,661 195,939 ...

(Off-budget)........ ............. 21,776 23,414 24,096 69,286____...9.28
7" ifpS~ -,,94,/~n 254,924





Outlays
Legislative Branch 204 211 193 608 616
The .Judiciary 135 162 183 480 446
EXeCut yve Office of the President 18 22 14 54 51
Funds Appropriated to the President
nternational Security Assistance 334 3,393 521 4,247 2238
International Development
Assistance 629 260 216 1.105 1,213
Other 270 27 7731 48
Department of Agriculture
Foreign assistance, special export
programs and Commodity Credit
Corporation 1.653 2,277 3,344 7,274 5.665
Other 5,397 3,347 3,301 12,046 12.398
Department of Commerce 290 285, 228 802 675

Department of Defense
Military
Military personnel 9,203 3,613 9,118 21,934 22,621
Operation and maintenance 6,526 7,265 8,140 21,931 21,850
Procurement 5,698 5,327 6.974 18,000 18&847
Research. development, test. and
evaluation 3.002 2,752 31337 9,092 8,444
Military construction 400 427 5001.2 85
Family housing 219 218 264 701 713
Revolving and management
funds 905 109 676 1,690 870
Defense cooperation account 30 3 3 37 3.769
Other 25 240 1 59 1111205 179
Tital Military 25 947 19,949 28,946 74,842 70.640

C2,493 2,506 2.509 7,508 6.967
I, crtnent of Education 2 334 2.675 2,664 7.672 7.269
Li-rr;nt 1of Erergy 1.714 1,391 1,549 4,654 4,438
Deprtr en ofHeailth and Human
0 .1 (ACptSum, A Security
Pjiu i- t evie1.438 1.476 1,573 4,487 4,175
H vu t queFrutli Admninist ration,
Grn' OSit5fr Medicaid 6,215 5,592 6,320 18,127 16,475
Feeu o~ uirstr f undt 7.299 6.555 8,117 21,971 19,071
F edra jp ne nstrust
4 851 3,773 4,985 13609 13,065
( r3.247 3,270 7.723 14,239 11,405
,~~t Ai trtei4,691 386 3,483 8,559 7,516

il2,178 2,132 2,507 6,817 6,177
4j~ 4271 4,269 9,835 18,374 14,471



1 1,0 3,3 86,876 61,235
1! Sr Iat rist fund 17't 2,638 5,145 10.555 7.232
1 i 5 21 1,549 1,708



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

Y -r i~~b
Classification Oct, Nov Dec, Jan Feb. March April May June July Aug Sept T



Outlays-Continued
Jiepait111 n Of Ho mt;d Urbani Devi pnn 2 31 .206 232053
O' ,o~rmini n 1f 'i' Iteii 698 500 447
Depa,.mrtment od .,' 1 210 913 849

Jre on y rt r rd 3041 .3119!
Ohe 626 288 41 3
Oepart'nent f SI900 36 029
Depaurment of Tree n itrta n
H~ghv,,y trust1 O f 1479 1486 1320
Oner 1 454 1 4,U 1 645
Departrent o1 Ih 1 resuy,250
Interest On 1he p c debt 17,978 22 51 678
Otner 138 902 537
Departmesnt0 ol ieerns, Afair-s
Corpensaton and pensions 2623 79 2,694 1 1
Nat ona serwe in 37 27 51
Un ted States~ goernment hfe 1 1 2 !
Other 1 400 1610 1,377 8
Enwronme ta Protect ion Agency 439 511 510
General Servces Administration 165 478 734
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration 1 098 1 317 1 266 8
Office of Personnel Management 3.090 2,586 2,986
Small Business Adnmn station 113 95 44 22 2
Independent agencies
Fed Deposit Ins Corp
Bank insurance funds 97 232 848 8Sayings association fund 1 3
FSLIC resolution fund 87 339 30 287
Postal Service
Public enterprise funds (offbudget) 452 327 349 3
Payment to the Postal Service
fund 69 1-8
Reso ut on Trust Corporation 2578 3628 1392 59 42
Tennessee Valley Authority 271 307 115
Other ndependent agencies 2326 1195 1345481
Undtrbuted ofsetting receipts
Empoyer snare employee
retirement 2,498 2,511 2,522
Interest received by trust funds 443 4952 3446139
Rents an royait es on outer
ntnenta sel lands 12 442 261
Otner"" "

Totals this year:
Total outlays ........................ 125621 107,365 152,702 385,688
(On-budget) .....................103,781 83,446 116,641 303.868
(Off-budget) ................... 21,841 23,919 36,061 81,821
Total-surplus (+) or deficit ( )......48,788 32,730 38,945| 120,463

(On-budget) ..................... 48,724 32,225 26,980 j 107 929
(Off-budget) ....................... 65 505 11,965 12535
Total borrowing from the public ... 1,552 61,969 21,078 81 494 89 997

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Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of December 31, 1992 [$ millions]
ThisMonh FicalYearto ateSecurities held as Investments
ThisMonh FicalYearto ateCurrent Fiscal Year Classification
Beginning of ClOseo
IReceipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Thse Mot
This Year This Month
Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held:
Aiq rpt 883 621 262 1,752 1,665 87 15.090 14,865 15,026
Baku~ua y52 53 1- 157 153 4
Fnr 1art 'rfle2,834 5,145 -2,311 7,393 10.555 -3,161 12,918 12,078 11.221
Fedra lmlyo ife and health 80. 80 -416 416 18,598 19,017 19,115
Fedora empl )oyees retirement 13,936 2,802 11,134 16,341 8,456 7,885 290.626 287.408 298&555
Fer it, osI'pita insurance 12,245 8.117 4,128 25.360 21,971 3,389 120,647 119,993 124,584
Fedral odclage and survivors insurance 34,534 43,838 9.304 77,728 86,876 -9,148 306,524 306,702 306,737
Federa supplementary medical insurance 10.746 4.985 5.760 19.309 13,609 5.700 18.534 18,371 24,334
Highw~ays 2,096 1,507 589 4,931 4.708 223 20,962 20,624 21,228
Mitary advances 1,142 1,133 8 3.359 2.962 397
Railroad retirement 365 570 -205 1,271 1,834 564 11,527 11,491 11,484
Mitary retirement 1,032 2,091 -1,058 20,228 6,268 13,960 87.753 101,766 100,751
Un~employment 2,630 3,459 -830 7,587 9,620 -2,033 35,133 331620 33.513
Veterans life insurance 575 24 550 641 161 480 12.850 12,783 13,308
All other trust 524 334 190 1,324 928 396 8,556 8,716 8,890
Total trust fund receipts and outlays and investments held from Table 6D0 ..... .......... .................... 83,594 74,601 8,993 187,381 169,350 18,031 959,719 967,435 988,747
Less Interfund transactions 46,149 46,149 .. 78,422 78,422 ...
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 37,445 28,452 8,993 108,959 90,928 18,031

Total Federal fund receipts and outlays .... 79,889 127,827 -47,938 164,596 303,091 -138,494

Less Interfund transactions 18 18 ..60 60 ..
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 .... ..79,870 127.808 -47.938 164,537 303.031 138,494

Less: offsetting proprietary receipts ... 3,559 3,559 8,270 8,270

Net budget receipts & outlays.............. 113,757 152,702 -38,945 265,225 385,688 -120,463

No transactions Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding
Note Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust tunds such as Federal payments and contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities They nave no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipts side of such transactions is ottset against bugdet 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, December 1992
and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Classification This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year

RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes 51172
Corporation income taxes 22950 262
Socia insurance taxes and contributions
Employment taxes and contributions 31252 89651
Unemployment insurance 245 3549
Other retirement contributions 421 1 213 1 !
Excise taxes 4014 1 766 49
Estate and gift taxes 959 2940 2
Customs. 1,539 4 70 44,4
Miscellaneous 1,206 3314
Total ........................................... 113,757 265,225 254,924

NET OUTLAYS
National defense 30,010 77954
International affairs 1 170 7,314 4970
General science, space, and technology 1,571 4,593 435'
Energy 525 1 661 629
Natural resources and environment 1,540 6,682 6497
Agriculture 3,428 7,837 o398
Commerce and housing credit 1,874 6553 456'
Transportation 2,983 8,897 8503
Community and Regional Development 774 2,453 2011
Education, training, employment and social services 4,393 12,073 11 511
Health 8,191 23 632 21 807
Medicare 10,854 31 074 28996
Income security 18,689 51,176 45446
Social Security 48,983 97,430 68 467
Veterans benefits and services ...4... ........ 4,148 9,969 9 783
Administration of justice 1,236 3,634 3383
General government 2,306 4941 4645
Interest 16,559 49,170 49712
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2,783 8,247 8 671
Total ......................................................... 152,702 385,688 338,737


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Explanatory Notes
1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement employees salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes. and
Ao TlinyTra ~ tatement (NTS) is assembled from data in the for savings bond allotments, Outlays are stated net of offsetting
conta amount s iti The major sources of data include monthly collections and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by
3~oj''~)wprt o Fdoaientities and disbursing officers, and daily law, refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and 0-) )t>h ~ un edraR~er: anks, These reports detail accounting management funds. Federal credit programs subject to the Federal Credit ti -.a~ o> afec n e eptsan outlays of the Federal Government Reform Act of 1990 use the cash basis of acconting. Budgetary outlays of
~~ind ..f. .i id edrlot sand their related effect on the assets and subsidy and administrative expenses are recorded in the program
ab ~ ~ ~ C esoc- USGvrment Informiation is presented in the MTS on account. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recognized on the aoi ac~lh> 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 u icluded in the report are classified into the following major
cateqre> 1 budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called 4. Processing
app ia:i receiptss, Budget receipts are collections from the public that The data on payments and collections are reported by account symbol
res t rm the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from
poesexcluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also this system for use in the preparation of the MTS.
,,l governmental receipts, Consist mainly of tax receipts (including There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the s(oc ai insurance taxes). receipts from court fines, certain licenses, and consistency of the data reported. cleposits 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 ito 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. rntragovernmental. and trust), collections are netted *A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budgef Process, March against spending, and outlays are reported as the net amount. 1981 (Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office. Gaithersburg,
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being Md. 20760). This glossary provides a basic reference document of appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories. (1) proprietary standardized definitions of terms used by the Federal Government in the receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against budgetmaking process. outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovernmental fundsthese are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria- *Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington. D.C. tion or funds accounts. They finance operations within and between 20402, on a subscription basis only). The Daily Treasury Statement is Government agencies and are credited with collections from other published each working day of the Federal Government and provides data Government accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury. payment and receipt both occur within the budget or from receipts from
off-budget Federal entities in those cases where payment is made by a .Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States Federal entity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the (Available from GPO. Washington, D.C. 20402 on a subscription basis budget totals only). This publication provides detailed information concerning the public
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories: debt. 1) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group
toither Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund *Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402, by group, (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and subscription or single copy). Quarterly. Contains a mix of narrative, tables. receipts both occur within the Federal fund group; and (3) trust intrafund and charts on Treasury issues. Federal financial operations, international transactions. where the payments and receipts both occur within the trust statistics, and special reports. fud group Budget of the United States Government. Fiscal Year 19
Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and (Available from GPO, Washington, DC. 20402). This publication is a outlays by function. by subtunction, or by agency, There are four types of single volume which provides budget information and contains: receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed
off setting receipts They are: (1) agencies* payments (including payments -Appendix. The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19 b~y off-budtget Foderal entities) as employers into employees retirement -The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19 futds i12) initerest re ceived by trust funds, (3) rents and royalties on the -Special Analyses Outer,) ConinentIal Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i e., interest collected -Historical Tables or 0 inte Cotinental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money is -Management of the United States Government transferre inito the budget) -Major Policy Initiatives

3. Notes on Outlays *United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
Onntysuregnerally accounted for on the basis of checks issued by from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
to -r irn' t i'furrq officers, arid cash payments made Certain Washington, D.C. 20227). This annual report represents budgetary
tr~ew'nr rinnti uly (Jo riot require issuance of checks, An example results at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt
/,u 4 r ir(Je rT ii- against appropriations representing a part of and appropriation accounts at the detail level.





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