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Monthly Treasury Statement
of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government For Fiscal Year 1996 Through February 29, 1996, and Other P 0>


Highlight


This issue includes the estimates from the President's budget for fiscal years 1996 and 1997,
released by the Office of Management and Budget on March 19, 1996.



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH FEBRUARY 1996


700- Contents
600--,Summary, page 2 B 50-'Receipts, page 6

L 40 41TASOutlays, page 7
L Means of financing, page 20
300- RECIPTSReceipts/outlays by month, page 26 20N' Federal trust funds/securities, page 28

S 1001Receipts by source/outlays by function, page 29

Explanatory notes, page 30



Compiled and Published by


Department of the Treasury
Financial Management Service Wf






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 (MTSI 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.


Audience Triad of Publications
The MTS is published to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested The MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports. The Daily Treasury in the cash position of the Treasury; Those who are responsible for or interested in Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government- it provides the Government's budget results; and individuals and businesses whose operations data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the depend upon or are related to the Government's financial operations. Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of
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 ft Disclosure Statement Government. It is published annually in accordance with legislative mandates given
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government to the Secretary of the Treasury. and off-budget Federal entities conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S. Government, i.e., receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means Data Sources and Information of financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented on a The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information conceiTvmodified 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 1995 and 1996,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficlt/Surpllus


FY 1995
October .................................. 89,024 120,365 31,342
November ................................ 87,673 124,915 37,242
December ................................ 130,810 135,613 4,803
January ................................... 131,801 116,166 -15,635
February .................................. 82,544 120,899 38,355
March .................................... 92,532 143,074 50,643
April ...................................... 165,392 115,673 -49,720
May ....................................... 90,405 129,958 39,553
June ...................................... 147,868 135,054 -12,814
July ....................................... 92,749 106,328 13,579
August ................................... 96,560 130,411 33,851
September ............................... 143,219 135,972 -7,247
Year-to-Date ........................... 11,350,676 11,514,428 1163,852
FY 1996
October .................................. 95,593 118,352 22,758
November ................................ 90,008 128,458 38,450
December ................................ 138,271 132,984 --5,286
January ................................... 142,922 123,647 -19,274
February .................................. 89,349 133,644 44,295
Year-to-Date ........................... 556,143 637,086 80,943

'The receipt, outlay and deficit figures differ from the FY 1997 Budget, released by the Office of Management and Budget on March 19, 1996 by $68 million due mainly to revisions in data follovAng the release of the Final September Monthly Treasury Statement.






Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government February 1996 and
Other Periods
_______________[$ millions])________ ________ _______Current Budget Prior Budget
Classification This Fiscal Estimates Fiscal Year Estimates
Month Yert aeFull Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
Yea t DteYear' (1995) Year (1997)'



Total on-budget and off-budget results:
Total receipts ..... ... ...........89,349 556,143 1,426,775 521,851 1,495,238
On-budget receipts ......... .......60,913 417.701 1,059,334 386,768 1,107,223
Off-budget receipts .. ....... ..I~ .....28,437 138,442 367,441 135,083 388,015
Total outlays ........... ............................. 133,644 637,086 1,572.411 617.959 1,635,329

On-budget outlays .... ......... .... 105,711 519,439 1,270,292 504,391 1,317,655
Off-budget outlays................. ............... 27,933 117,647 302,119 113,568 317,674
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-) ............ ............ ..-44,295 -80,943 -145,636 -96,107 -140,091

On-budget surplus ()or deficit (-...................-44,799 -101,738 -210,958 -117,622 -210,432
Off-budget surplus +)or deficit ......... +504 +20,795 +65,322 +21,515 +70,341
Total on-budget and off-budget financing .......44,295 80,943 145,636 96,107 140,091

Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public ........................... 47,022 75,609 165,272 111,970 164,326
Reduction of operating cash, increase (-) .....6,297 6,792 -2,051 98...I
By other means............. ...................... -9,023 -1,458 -17,585 -15,960 -24,235

'These figures are based on the FY 1997 Budget, released by the Office of Management and ..No Transactions.
Budget on March 19, 1996, Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.





Figure 1. Monthly Receipts, Outlays, and Budget DeficitlSurplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1995 and 1996




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Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1995 and 1996 $ billions
180
Total Receipts
160

140

Ohrxocial Securit pts


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O- l "Other Taxes and ReceiptsOct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb.

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Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1995 and 1996 $ billions
180

160- Total Outlays
140


Social Security & Medicare 1 100

80
her Non-Defense 609

40
National Defense
20- ntrsI


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

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95 96



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Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods ($ millions)

Current Comparable Budget
Classification This Month Fiscal Prior Period Estimates
Year to Date Full Fiscal Year'

Budget Receipts
Individual income taxes .... ................ 40,327 271,061 247,833 630,873
Corporation income taxes ... ............... 1,692 48,745 41,787 167.108
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions (off-budget) ....... 28,437 138,442 135,083 367,441
Employment taxes and contributions (on-budget) ........ 7,574 40,901 40,332 105.745
Unemployment insurance ............... ............ 2,546 8,004 8,251 29.810
Other retirement contributions ..... 403 1,875 1,862 4.539
Excise taxes .. ..... ... ... .......... ......... 4,308 23,026 22,537 53,886
Estate and gift taxes ........ ............. 1,090 6,269 5,434 15,924
Customs duties ..... ......... ....... .......... ....... 1,456 7,756 8,396 19,313
Miscellaneous receipts ............ ............... ...... __ 1,517 10,064 10,336 32,136
Total Receipts ................................................. 89,349 556,143 521,851 1,426,775
(On-budget) .................................................. 60,913 417,701 386,768 1,059,334
(Off-budget) ................................................. 28,437 138,442 135,083 367,441

Budget Outlays
Legislative Branch ........ ... 199 967 1,298 2,695
The Judiciary .............. 212 1,151 1,058 3,297
Executive Office of the President ...... ...... ......... ... 15 74 96 206
Funds Appropriated to the President ... .... 2,340 5,531 6,957 10,445
Department of Agriculture ... ........ ...... 3,682 24,521 29,509 54,840
Department of Commerce ............................ ......... 307 1,554 1,479 3,789
Department of Defense-Military ....... ......... 20,478 101,369 104,111 254,325
Department of Defense-Civil ...... ................. 2.853 13,531 12,982 32,255
Department of Education .... ....... .... 2,568 12,475 13,516 30,404
Department of Energy .............. 1,285 6,800 7,338 14,678
Department of Health and Human Services ............ 26,203 128,669 119,824 327,429
Department of Housing and Urban Development ........ 2,162 10,947 11,959 26,432
Department of the Interior .......... ....... ... ... 625 2,781 3,141 6,939
Department of Justice ..................... ......... 932 4,672 4,300 12,964
Department of Labor _.. ......... ............................. 2,520 13,821 12,655 34,404
Department of State ......... ................. 423 2,034 2,681 5,500
Department of Transportation ....... ....... ......... ....... 2,979 15,652 15,903 38,994
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt ...... ... 20,977 150,213 141,292 344,628
Other ... ....... ....................... ............. 6,870 7,337 4,217 20,328
Department of Veterans Aff airs ....... ....... ............ 2,883 14,333 14,247 37,606
Environmental Protection Agency ..... ................ ........ 526 2,579 2,399 6,329
General Services Administration ................ 382 1,195 165 469
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................ 1,073 5,500 5,188 14,190
Office of Personnel Management ... ... .................... 3,252 17,201 16,649 42,374
Small Business Administration ................ ...... ........... 23 345 396 957
Social Security Administration .... ................ ......... 31,206 151,299 144,718 377,255
Other independent agencies .... .............. ........... 553 1,923 -1,394 9,192
Allow ances ............. ........................ ................. ..... ...... ... 647
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest .................... ........ ........................... -1,028 -47,709 -45,283 -97,598
Other ............... ........... ...... ....... .... -2,855 -13,680 -13,441 -42,268
Total outlays ................................................... 133,644 637,086 617,959 1,572,411
(On-budget) .................................................. 105,711 519,439 504,391 1,270,292
(Off-budget) ................................................. 27,933 117,647 113,568 302,119
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .................................... -44,295 -80,943 -96,107 -145,636
(On-budget) .................................................. -44,799 -101,738 -117,622 -210,958
(Off-budget) ................................................. +504 +20,795 +21,515 +65,322

'These figures are based on the FY 1997 Budget, released by the Office of Management and
Budget on March 19, 1996.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding,






Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods [$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Refunds l Gross funds Gross Refunds
Receipts R Receipts
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts (Deduct) I ece'Pt' Receipts (Deduct)

Individual income taxes: I I
W ithheld ..................................................... 46,722 239,533 219,117
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ....................... 7 9 6
Other ......................................................... 3,163 45,440 40,446
Total-Individual income taxes ......................... 49,892 9,565 40,327 284,982 13,921 271,061 259,569 11,735 247,833
Corporation income taxes .................................... 3,797 2,105 1,692 57,001 8,257 48,745 49,710 7,923 41,787
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ............ 23,948 ...... 23,948 116,420 643 115,777 99,064 ...... 99A64
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ............. 177 ...... 177 1,634 ...... 1,634 1,757 ... ... 1,757
Deposits by States ..................................... V I ...... V 1 -1 ...... -1 1 ...... 1
Other .................................................... V I ...... V I V I ...... (* I C I ...... (* I
Total-FOASI trust fund ............................. 24,125 ...... 24,125 118,053 643 117,410 100,822 ...... 100,822
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ............ 4,280 ...... 4,280 20,723 119 20,603 33,418 ...... 33,418
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ............. 32 ...... 32 429 ...... 429 842 ...... 842
Receipts from railroad retirement account ............. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Deposits by States ..................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... V I ...... V I
O ther .................................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Total-FDI trust fund ................................ 4,312 ...... 4,312 21,151 119 21,032 34,261 ...... 34,261
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ............ 7,175 ...... 7,175 38,584 -13 38,597 37,728 ...... 37,728
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ............. 69 ...... 69 729 ...... 729 861 ...... 861
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board ............. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Deposits by States ..................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Total-FHI trust fund ................................ 7,244 ...... 7,244 39,313 -13 39,326 38,590 ...... 38,590
Railroad retirement accounts:
Rail industry pension fund ............................. 205 49 156 910 133 777 939 7 932
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit ............ 174 ...... 174 798 ...... 798 810 ...... 810
Total-Employment taxes and contributions ........ 36,060 49 36,011 180,226 882 179,343 175,422 '7 175,415
Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury ....................... 1,996 ...... 1,996 6,384 ...... 6,384 6,510 ...... 6,510
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ................... 562 13 550 1,638 30 1,608 1,740 14 1,726
Railroad unemployment taxes ............................ I ...... 1 11 ...... 11 12 ...... 12
Railroad debt repaym ent ................................. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 2 ...... 2
Total-Unemployment insurance ... .................... 2,559 13 2,546 8,033 30 8,004 8,265 14 8,251
Other retirement contributions:
Federal employees retirement employee
contributions .............................................. 391 ...... 391 1,838 ...... 1,838 1,821 ...... 1,821
Contributions for non-federal employees ................. 12 ...... 12 37 ...... 37 40 ...... 40
Total-Other retirement contributions .................. 403 ...... 403 1,875 ...... 1,875 1,862 ...... 1,862
Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ........................................ 39,022 62 38,960 190,134 912 189,222 185,549 21 185,528
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes' ................................ 22,766 58 2,709 12,238 337 11,900 10,768 262 10,516
Airport and airway trust fund ............................... 2-405 ...... -405 1,460 6 1,453 2,161 9 2,151
Highway trust fund .......................................... 1,951 ...... 1,951 9,520 97 9,423 9,828 211 9,617
Black lung disability trust fund ............................. 53 ...... 53 249 ...... 249 252 ...... 252
Total-Excise taxes ..................................... 4,366 56 4,308 23,466 440 23,026 23,009 472 22,537
Estate and gift taxes ......................................... 1,120 31 1,090 6,433 165 6,269 5,602 167 S,434
Customs duties ............................................... 1,525 68 1,456 8,222 467 7,7S6 8,913 517 8,396
Miscellaneous Receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks .......... 872 ...... 872 8,292 ...... 8,292 8,742 ...... 8,742
All other ..................................................... 644 V 1 644 1,776 4 1,772 1,602 7 1.595
Total Miscellaneous receipts ........................ 1,517 1,517 10,068 4 10,064 10,343 7 10,336
Total Receipts ........................................ 101,238 11,889 $9,349 580,308 24,166 556,143 542,694 20,843 521,951
Total On-budget ...................................... 72,802 11,889 60,913 441,104 23,403 417,701 407,611 20,843 386,768
Total Off-budget ...................................... 28,437 ...... 28,437 139,205 763 136,442 125,083 ...... 135,083

'Includes amounts for the windfall profits tax pursuant to P.L. 96-223. No Transactions.
2Acoording to Internal Revenue Code Section 9502(b), Treasury's authority to transfer taxes *) Less than $500.000.
Into the Airport and Airway Trust Fund expired December 31, 1995, therefore the transfers of Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding. $405 million made to the fund In January 1996 have been reversed.


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods [$ 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

Legislative Branch:
Senate ... .............. ................ 37 r 1 37 176 1 175 182 1 181
House of Representatives .... ................ .... 62 C 1) 62 293 1 293 312 1 311
Joint items ....... 6 6 34 ... 34 32 32
Congressional Budget Office ........... 2 2 9 ...... 9 9 9
Architect of the Capitol __ ........... ....... 7 1 6 64 3 62 81 3 78
Library of Congress ....... ......... ........ 28 28 139 ... 139 424 424
Government Printing Office:
Revolving fund (net). __.. ........... .......... ... 14 14 28 ...... 28 42 ...... 42
General fund appropriations 13 ..... 13 39 ..... 39 36 ...... 36
General Accounting Office ....... ............. ...... 35 ..... 35 176 176 171 ... 171
United States Tax Court .................... ...... ...... 2 2 13 ...... 13 14 .... 14
Other Legislative Branch agencies ................ 2 .... 2 12 .... 12 13 ... 13
Proprietary receipts from the public ...... ... ... ... -1 ...... 4 -4 7 -7
Intrabudgetary transactions ....... .......... -7 ...... -7 -9 ...... -9 -5 ...... -5
Total-Legislative Branch ................................ 200 1 199 974 6 967 1,310 12 1,298
The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ...... ................ 3 ...... 3 12 ... 12 11 ... 11
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial
services ..... ............ .................. 199 1 198 1,095 3 1,092 1,007 2 1,005
O ther ...... ............ ........ ...................... 11 11 47 ..... 47 42 ... 42
Total-The Judiciary ..................................... 213 1 212 1,153 3 1,151 1,060 2 1,058
Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the White House
O ffice .......... ............. .................... 3 ...... 3 15 ...... 15 14 ..... 14
Office of Management and Budget .... .................. 4 ... 4 21 I .... 21 22 22
O ther ....... ....... .................................. 8 ...... 8 38 ...... 38 59 ...... 59
Total-Executive Office of he President .............. is ...... is 74 ...... 74 96 ...... 96
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military loan program ............................ 66 76 -9 193 227 -34 395 244 151
Foreign military financing program ......... .............. 1,256 ... 1,256 2,150 .... 2,150 2,337 ..... 1 2,337
Economic support fund ..... ... ........................ 882 ...... 882 1,570 ...... 1,570 1,995 ...... 1,995
Peacekeeping Operations .................................. 4 ...... 4 21 ...... 21 25 ...... 25
O ther ... ......................... ... ........... 1 1 12 ...... 12 10 ..... 10
Proprietary receipts from the public .... ................. ...... 123 -123 ...... 446 -446 ...... 378 -378
Total-Internationall Security Assistance ................ 2,210 198 2,012 3,946 672 3,273 4,762 622 4,140
International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
Contribution to the International Development
Association ...... ........... ..................... .... ...... ...... ...... 627 ...... 627 509 509
International organizations and programs .............. 2 ...... 2 17 ...... 17 340 ...... 340
Other ... ............... ......... ........ ... 26 ...... 26 238 .... 238 250 ...... 250
Total-Multilateral Assistance .............. ........ 28 ... 28 883 ...... 883 1,099 .... 1,099
Agency for International Development:
Sustainable development assistance program .......... -7 ...... -7 615 ...... 615 550 ...... 550
Assistance for eastern europe and the baltic States 58 ...... 58 146 ...... 146 139 ...... 139
Assistance for the new independent States of the
former soviet union .. ....... ................ 101 ... 101 255 ...... 255 318 ...... 318
Development fund for Africa ............................ 54 .... 54 243 ...... 243 291 ...... 291
Operating expenses ....... ........ ............... 42 ...... 42 196 ...... 196 216 ...... 216
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund .... ...................................... 46 ...... 46 46 ...... 46 45 ...... 45
Other ....... ................ ........... ................ 27 7 19 122 26 97 109 23 86
Proprietary receipts from the public .................... ...... 64 -64 ...... 352 -352 345 -345
Intrabudgetary transactions .... ........... ........ ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ...... ... .. ....
Total-Agency for International Development ....... 320 71 248 1,623 378 1,245 1,668 368 1,301
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ........... 5 43 -38 36 133 -97 19 115 -96
Peace Corps ........ ........ .................... .... 16 ...... 16 77 ... ... 77 95 ...... 95
O ther .................... ............ ............ ....... 6 6 36 ...... 36 35 ...... 35
Total-International Development Assistance ........ 375 114 261 2,654 511 2,143 2,917 483 2,435
International Monetary Programs ....................... .... -172 ...... -172 369 ...... 369 -231 ...... -231
Military Sales Programs:
Special defense acquisition fund ... ...... ............. 1 3 -1 23 53 -30 80 85 -6
Foreign military sales trust fund ........ ................. 989 ...... 989 5,902 ...... 5,902 5,483 ...... 5,483
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund ..................... V I ..... I C *) V I ...... V *) V 1) V *)
Proprietary receipts from the public ... .................. ...... 752 -752 ...... 6,142 -6,142 ...... 4,876 -4,876
O ther ................ ........................... ........ 3 .... 3 15 ...... 15 11 ...... 11
Total-Funds Appropriated to the President ........... 3,407 1,067 2,340 12,910 7,378 5,531 13,023 6,066 6,957

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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Confinued [$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date prior Fiscal Yew to Data
Classification Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlays I Receipts Outlays I Receipts

Department of Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Service ................................ 62 ...... 62 314 ...... 314 311 ...... 311
Cooperative State Research Education and Extension
Service:
Cooperative state research activities ..................... 37 ...... 37 166 ...... 166 183 ..... 183
Extension Service .......................................... 23 ...... 23 154 ...... 154 179 ...... 179
Other .................................... 2 ...... 2 11 ...... 11 is ...... is
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service ................ 37 ... 37 193 ...... 193 213 ...... 213
Food Safety and Inspection Service ........................ 40 ....... 40 216 ...... 216 212 ...... 212
Agricultural Marketing Service ............................... 25 ...... 25 389 .... 389 426 ...... 426

Farm Service Agency:
Salaries and expenses .................................... 62 ...... 62 178 ...... 178 425 ...... 425
Conservation programs .................................... 7 ...... 7 1,773 ...... 1,773 1,790 ...... 1,790
Federal crop insurance corporation fund ................. 196 2 195 1,164 338 826 299 447 -148
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs .................... 722 821 -99 6,436 3,242 3,194 11,179 3,160 81019
National Wool Act Program ............................. -1 ...... -1 -1 ...... -1 4 ...... 4
Agricultural credit insurance fund ......................... 26 51 -25 280 670 -390 471 765 -294
O ther ....................................................... V I ...... I ...... 1 1 ...... 1
Total-Farm Service Agency ........................... 1,013 874 139 9,830 4,250 5,581 14,170 4,372 9,798

Natural Resources Conservation Service:
Conservation operations ................................... 52 ...... 52 260 ...... 260 242 ...... 242
Watershed and flood prevention operations .............. 18 ...... 18 103 ...... 103 125 ...... 126
O ther ....................................................... 14 ...... 14 58 ...... 58 44 ...... 44
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural electrification and telephone fund .................. 64 162 -97 913 1,621 -708 787 1,124 -337
Rural development insurance fund ........................ 46 15 30 254 210 44 297 202 94
Other ....................................................... 4 15 -10 265 90 175 178 94 83
Rural housing and Community Development Service:
Rural housing insurance fund ............................. 461 258 203 1,184 1,057 127 1.439 1,046 393
Other ....................................................... -300 .... -300 47 ...... 47 -164 ...... -164
Foreign Agricultural Service .................................. 68 ...... 68 163 ...... t63 449 ...... 449

Food and Consumer Service:
Food stamp program ...................................... 2,164 ...... 2,164 10,795 ...... 10,795 10,896 ...... 10,896
State child nutrition programs ............................. 743 ...... 743 3,572 ...... 3,572 3,265 ...... 3.265
Women, infants and children programs ................... 315 ...... 315 1,568 ...... 1,568 1,491 ...... 1,491
Other ....................................................... 23 ...... 23 148 ... 148 230 ...... 230
Total-Food and Consumer Service ................... 3,246 ...... 3,246 16,083 ...... 16,083 15,882 ...... 15,882

Forest Service:
National forest system .................................... 19 ...... 19 559 ...... 559 537 ...... 537
Forest and rangeland protection .......................... 16 ...... 16 143 ...... 143 328 ...... 328
Forest service permanent appropriations ................. .55 ...... 55 383 ...... 383 417 ...... 417
Other ....................................................... 62 ...... 62 352 ...... 352 343 ...... 343
Total-Forest Service ........................ .......... 151 ...... 151 1,436 ...... 1,436 1.626 ...... 1,626

Other .................... .................................... 35 3 32 196 16 180 217 15 202
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 92 -92 ...... 428 -428 ...... 472 -472
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. (* I ...... V 1 -46 ...... -46 V I ...... C I

Total-Department of Agriculture ....................... 5,100 1,418 3,682 32,192 7,671 24,521 36,834 7,325 29,509

Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration ...................... 43 1 42 201 4 196 136 7 130
Bureau of the Census ....................................... 4 ...... 4 125 ...... 125 183 ...... 183
Promotion of Industry and Commerce ...................... 29 ...... 29 129 ...... 129 155 ...... 155

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ....... 202 1 202 856 5 851 814 11 803
National Institute of Standards and Technology ......... 49 ...... 49 225 ...... 225 171 ...... 171
Other ....................................................... -5 2 -7 46 11 34 63 14 49
Total-Science and Technology ........................ 246 3 244 1,126 16 1,110 1,048 25 1,023

Other ................................ .................. -2 ...... -2 48 ...... 48 40 40
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 11 -11 ...... 53 -53 ...... 52 -52
Intrabudgetary transactions ........ ....... ................. V 1) ...... V I V I ...... V I (* I ...... (* I
Offsetting governmental receipts ............................ ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

Total-Department of Commerce ....................... 321 14 307 1,628 74 1,554 1,563 94 1,479



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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification _T
Gross Applicable Ou Gross Applicable Gross jApplicablel outlays
tjpts outlays Outlays
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Defense-Military:
Military personnel:
Department of the Army .............. 2,083 ... 2,083 9,321 ... 9,321 9.548 9,548
Department of the Navy ....... ........ ...... ...... 2,090 2,090 9,594 9,594 10,171 10J71
Department of the Air Force ......... 1,587 ... 1,587 7,139 7,139 7,299 7,299
Total-Military personnel ............ ........ 5,760 ... 5,760 26,054 26,054 27,019 ... 27,019

Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army .................. .... 2,226 2,226 8,842 ... 8,842 8,896 8,896
Department of the Navy .... ...... ...... 1,878 .... 1,878 8,737 .... 8,737 9,218 9,218
Department of the Air Force ......... ...... 1 875 ... 1,875 9,525 ...... 9,525 10,499 .... 10,499
Defense agencies ... ...... ...... 1,599 ... 1,599 8,139 .... 8,139 7,655 ... 7,655
Total-Operation and maintenance ..... 7,579 7,579 35,244 35,244 36,268 36,268

Procurement:
Department of the Army ................. ........ .... 507 ..... 507 2,722 ...... 2,722 3,041 3,041
Department of the Navy ..... 1,286 ...... 1,286 7,604 ...... 7,604 10,118 ...... 10,118
Department of the Air Force .... .......... 1,285 ... 1., 1,285 6,902 .... 6,902 9,233 9,233
Defense agencies ... ............ .............. ....... 318 ...... 318 1,537 ..... 1 1,537 1,692 ... 1,692
Total-Procurement ...... ....... ... 3,396 ...... 3,396 18,765 ...... 18,765 24,084 24,084

Research, development, test, and evaluation:
Department of the Army ..... ................. 422 ... 422 2,127 ...... 2,127 1,991 ... 1,991
Department of the Navy .......... ...... ...... 837 ... 837 3,500 3,500 3,894 ...... 3,894
Department of the Air Force ........ ..................... 948 ..... 948 5,051 ...... 5,051 5,305 I .... 5,305
Defense agencies ...... ........... __ ........... __ 671 ...... 671 3,424 .... 3,424 3,099 ...... 3,099
Total-Research, development, test and evaluation 2,878 .... 2,878 14,102 14,102 14,289 .... 14,289

Military construction:
Department of the Army .... ................ ............ 97 ... 97 368 ...... 368 331 ... 331
Department of the Navy .. ....... ....... __ ....... ... 39 ...... 39 262 I .... 262 344 ...... 344
Department of the Air Force ..... ............ 85 .... 85 514 ...... 514 550 ...... 550
Defense agencies ...... ........ 207 ...... 207 1,608 ... 1,608 1,253 ... 1,253
Total-Military construction ..... .................... 429 .... 429 2,752 ..... 2,752 2,478 ...... 2,478

Family housing:
Department of the Army ...................... ....... ... 90 ...... 90 516 .... 516 466 ...... 466
Department of the Navy ... ..... ........... .......... 107 ...... 107 539 ...... 539 406 .... 406
Department of the Air Force .......... ........ ..... 82 ...... 82 424 ...... 424 432 432
Defense agencies .............. ...................... 10 7 4 59 29 30 62 20 41
Revolving and management funds:
Department of the Army .............................. 5 ...... 5 52 ...... 52 -17 ...... -17
Department of the Navy .... ......................... .... 121 ...... 121 496 ...... 496 89 ... 89
Department of the Air Force ..... ....... ....... ... ... ...... ...... .... ...... ... ... ......
Defense agencies:
Defense business operations fund .... ... 29 ...... 29 2,105 ...... 2,105 -1,274 ..... -1,274
Other .... ................................................ 28 C 1 27 -11 2 -13 -40 2 -42
Trust funds:
Department of the Army ...................... ...... C I V I ...... 1) ...... C I
Department of the Navy ..... ...... ....... ........ 3 1 3 20 10 10 12 3 9
Department of the Air Force ..... ....... ............ C 1) V I V 1 3 3 V I (* I I C I
Defense agencies .......................... ......... 5 5 83 ...... 83 72 ...... 72
Proprietary receipts from the public,
Department of the Army ... ...... ... ...... 7 -7 ..... 153 -153 ... 220 -220
Department of the Navy ............. ................ ...... 3 -3 ...... 64 -64 ...... 110 -110
Department of the Air Force ............. ....... ........ 10 -10 ... 197 -197 ...... 264 -264
Defense agencies .......................................... .... 68 -68 ...... 64 -64 ...... 130 -130
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Department of the Army ....... ................ ... 37 ...... 37 76 ...... 76 58 ..... 58
Department of the Navy .................. ............... 62 ...... 62 761 ...... 761 414 414
Department of the Air Force .......... ................... 14 ...... 14 132 ...... 132 89 ...... 89
Defense agencies .............. ........................... -62 ...... -62 -279 ... -279 -49 ...... -49
Offsetting governmental receipts:
Department of the Army .... ......... ....... ....... ..... ...... ...... ...... 2 -2 ... ...
Defense agencies ............................. .......... ...... ..... ...... ...... C I V I .... (* I V *)

Total-Department of Defense-Military ............. 20,574 96 20,478 101,894 524 101,369 104,859 749 104,111







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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

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

Department of Defense-Civil
Corps of Engineers:
Construction, general ...................................... 65 ...... 65 440 ...... 440 449 ...... 449
Operation and maintenance, general ........ ............. 72 ...... 72 442 ...... 442 630 ...... 630
Other ....................................................... 219 ...... 219 829 ...... 829 565 ...... 565
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................... ...... 11 -11 ...... 65 -65 .... 51 -51
Total-Corps of Engineers ............................. 356 11 345 1,712 65 1,646 1,644 51 1,593

Military retirement:
Payment to military retirement fund ...................... ...... ..... ...... 10,699 ...... 10,699 11,470 ..... 11,470
Military retirement fund .................................... 2,492 ...... 2,492 11,856 ...... 11,856 11,339 ...... 11,339
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................ ...... ...... ...... -10,699 ...... -10,699 -11,470 ...... -11,470
Education benefits ........................................... 11 ...... 11 6 ...... 6 27 ...... 27
Other ......................................................... 6 1 6 31 2 30 30 2 29
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 1 -1 ...... 7 -7 ...... 6 -6

Total-Department of Defense-Civil ................... 2,865 12 2,853 13,605 74 13,531 13,041 59 12,982

Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Education for the disadvantaged .......................... 645 ...... 645 2,949 ...... 2,949 2,865 ...... 2,865
Impact aid .................................................. 127 ...... 127 220 ...... 220 588 ...... 588
School improvement programs ............................ 119 .... 1. 119 536 ...... 536 589 ...... 589
Other ....................................................... 20 ...... 20 117 ...... 117 45 ...... 45
Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education ............................................... 912 ...... 912 3,821 ...... 3,821 4,086 ...... 4,086

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs ....................................................... 16 ...... 16 64 ...... 64 85 ...... 85
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Special education .......................................... 342 ...... 342 1,412 ...... 1,412 1,380 ...... 1,380
Rehabilitation services and disability research ............ 153 ...... 153 1,020 ...... 1,020 945 ...... 945
Special institutions for persons with disabilities .......... 13 ...... 13 52 ...... 52 61 ...... 61
Office of Vocational and Adult Education .................. 121 ...... 121 682 ...... 682 662 ...... 662

Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ..................................... I V I V I 1 24 -24 14 34 -20
Student financial assistance ............................... 791 ...... 791 3,499 ...... 3,499 3,566 ...... 3,51%
Higher education ........................................... 17 ...... 17 346 ...... 346 344 ...... 344
Howard University ......................................... 17 ...... 17 76 ...... 76 83 ...... 83
Federal direct student loan program ...................... 32 ...... 32 296 ...... 296 220 ..... 220
Federal family education loans ............................ 60 ...... 60 881 ...... 881 1,777 ...... 1,777
O ther ....................................................... 3 ...... 3 1 ...... 1 3 ...... 3
Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ............. 920 920 5,100 24 5,076 6.001 34 5.967

Office of Educational Research and Improvement ......... .30 ...... 30 154 ...... 154 166 ...... 166
Departmental management .................................. 66 ...... 66 202 ...... 202 183 ...... 183
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 6 -6 ...... 9 -9 ...... 17 -17

Total-Department of Education ........................ 2,574 6 2,568 12,508 33 12,475 13,567 51 13,516

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities ............................ 956 ...... 956 5,129 ...... 5,129 4,978 ...... 4,978

Energy programs:
General science and research activities .................. 92 ...... 92 440 ...... 440 668 ...... 668
Energy supply, R and D activities ........................ 238 ...... 238 1,337 ..... 1,337 1,396 ...... 1,396
Uranium supply and enrichment activities .............. 9 ...... 9 45 ...... 45 39 ...... 39
Fossil energy research and development ................. 30 ..... 30 198 ...... 198 182 ...... 182
Energy conservation .................. .................... 54 ...... 54 270 ...... 270 243 ...... 243
Strategic petroleum reserve ............................... 19 19 96 ...... 96 93 ...... 93
Clean coal technology ..................................... ...... ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .....
Nuclear waste disposal fund .............................. 17 ...... 17 100 ...... 100 143 ...... 143
Other ........... ........................................... 73 C 1 73 350 1 350 404 1 404
Total-Energy programs ........ .................. .... 532 (* 1 532 2,836 1 2,835 3,168 1 3,168

Power Marketing Administration ............................. 134 206 -72 627 793 -166 790 805 -15
Departmental administration ......... .............. ........ 40 ...... 40 162 ...... 162 186 ...... 186
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 114 -114 ...... 771 -771 ...... 739 -739
Intrabudgetary transactions ....................... ... ..... -57 ...... -57 -386 .... -386 -231 ...... -231
Offsetting governmental receipts ............................ ...... V 1 4 -4 ...... 8 -8

Total-Department of Energy ............................ 1,606 321 1,286 8,367 1,567 6,8W 8,892 1,653 7,338


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Pedods-Continued ($ millions)

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

Department of Health and Human Services:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration ....... 66 1 65 312 1 311 328 2 326
Health Resources and Services Administration ........ 499 499 1,338 .... 1,338 990 ... 990
Indian Health Services 212 ..... 212 884 ...... 884 960 960
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ............ 389 ...... 389 1,003 I .... 1,003 729 729
National Institutes of Health ......... .............. 405 ...... 405 3,814 ...... 3,814 4,357 4,357
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Administration ..... __ ................... 164 ...... 164 832 ...... 832 990 990
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research 13 ... ... 13 54 ... ... 54 51 51
Assistant secretary for health ...... ....... .... 73 ...... 73 294 ...... 294 201 .... 201

Total-Public Health Service ........................ ... 1,822 1 1,821 8,531 1 8,530 8,606 2 8,604

Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ............ .............. 7,411 7,411 36,165 ...... 36,165 35,397 .... 35,397
Payments to health care trust funds .............. 4,833 ..... 4,833 22,275 ...... 22,275 17,908 ...... 17,908

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ................... 10,648 ...... 10,648 49,635 ...... 49,635 43,494 43,494
Administrative expenses .... ................ ........ 60 ...... 60 496 ...... 496 506 ...... 506
Interest on norm alized tax transfers ................. ..... ...... .... ...... ... ... ...... .....
Total-FHI trust fund ..... ...... .................. 10,709 ...... 10,709 50,132 ... 50,132 44,000 .... 44,000

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments .... ........ ... ................. 4,887 ..... 4,887 27,395 ...... 27,395 24,955 ... 24,955
Administrative expenses .......... ...... ............... 156 ...... 156 719 ...... 719 698 ...... 698
Total-FSMI trust fund ... ____ ............ ...... 5,043 ...... 5,043 28,113 ...... 28,113 25,653 ..... 25,653

Other .... ....... ......... -19 ...... -19 4 ...... 4 V *) ...... V *)

Total-Health Care Financing Administration ........... 27,977 ...... 27,977 136,689 ...... 136,689 122,958 ...... 122,958

Administration for children and families:
Family support payments to States ...... ......... ..... 1,361 ...... 1,361 7,544 .... 7,544 7,397 ...... 7,397
Low income home energy assistance .................... 123 ...... 123 483 ...... 483 789 ..... 789
Refugee and entrant assistance ....... ........... ...... 22 ...... 22 134 ...... 134 166 ... 166
Payments to States for the job opportunities and basic
skills training program .... ................... .... 92 ..... 92 380 ...... 380 386 .... 386
State legalization impact assistance grants .............. -2 ...... -2 143 ...... 143
Payments to States for the child care and development
block grant .... .................................. .... 71 .... 71 436 ...... 436 373 ... 373
Social services block grant .... ............. ............. 357 ...... 357 1,153 ...... 1,153 1,185 ...... 1,185
Children and families services programs ................. 445 ...... 445 2,134 ...... 2,134 2,040 2,040
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance .............. .................................. 287 ...... 287 1,482 ...... 1,482 1,250 ...... 1,250
O ther ....... ............................................... 39 I .... 39 107 ...... 107 7 ...... 7
Total-Administration for children and families ... .... 2,795 ...... 2,795 13,851 ...... 13,851 13,734 ...... 13,734

Administration on aging ................. ....... ....... 77 ...... 77 309 ...... 309 378 ...... 378
Departmental management .................................. 6 ...... 6 ill ...... ill 130 130
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 1,640 -1,640 ..... 8,546 -8,546 ...... 8,073 -8,073
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ..... ............ ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund -4,833 ...... -4,833 -21,131 ...... -21,131 -16,778 ...... -16,778
Payments for tax and other credits:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .... ............. ... ...... ...... -1,143 -1,143 -1,130 ...... -1,130
O ther ............... ............ .............. ........ ...... ... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... I ...... ......

Total-Department of Health and Human Services 27,843 1,640 26,203 137,216 8,548 128,669 127,899 8,075 119,824















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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Confinued [$ millions]

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

I Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays I Receipts
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Public enterprise funds .................................... 8 3 6 55 30 25 65 43 22
Credit accounts:
Federal housing administration fund .................... 743 790 -47 3,615 4,601 -986 4,158 4,223
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund .......... -10 55 -65 227 237 -10 287 278 9
Other ...... .............................................. 56 ...... 56 265 ...... 265 233 ...... 2W
Rent supplement payments ............................... 29 ...... 29 48 ...... 48 55 ...... 55
Homeownership assistance ................................ 7 ....... 7 43 ...... 43 48 ...... 48
Rental housing assistance ................................. 61 ...... 61 275 ...... 275 266 ...... 266
Rental housing development grants ...................... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... V I ...... V I
Low-rent public housing ................................... 20 ...... 20 356 ...... 356 367 ...... 367
Public housing grants ..................................... 311 .... I 311 1,674 ...... 1,674 1,492 ...... 1,492
College housing grants .................................... 2 V 1 2 8 V 1 8 8 (* 1 8
Lower income housing assistance ........................ 781 ...... 781 3,366 ...... 3,366 4,099 ...... 4,099
Section 8 contract renewals .............................. 478 ...... 478 1,977 ...... 1,977 1,975 ...... 1,975
Other ....................................................... 27 ...... 27 135 ...... 135 66 ...... 66
Total-Housing programs ............................... 2,515 848 1,667 12,043 4,868 7,175 13,120 4,544 8,576

Public and Indian Housing programs:
Low-rent public housing-Loans and other expenses ... 3 C 1 3 239 186 53 247 197 50
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projects ................................................... 240 ...... 240 1,162 ...... 1,162 1,075 ...... 1,075
Community Partnerships Against Crime .................. 15 ...... 15 91 ...... 91 62 ...... 62
O ther ....................................................... 8 ...... 8 34 ...... 34 5 ...... 5
Total-Public and Indian Housing programs ........... 266 V 266 1,527 186 1,340 1,389 197 1,192

Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund .............. ...... ...... ...... ...... V I V I ...... I C I
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities ............... 11 85 -74 94 351 -257 161 351 -189
Total-Government National Mortgage Association .... 11 85 -74 94 351 -257 161 351 -190

Community Planning and Development:
Community Development Grants .......................... 307 ...... 307 1,918 ...... 1,918 1,749 ...... 1,749
Homer investment partnerships program .................. 88 ...... 88 476 ...... 476 489 ...... 489
Other ....................................................... 37 14 23 153 49 104 127 53 74
Total-Community Planning and Development ......... 431 14 417 2,547 49 2,498 2,364 53 2,311

Management and Administration ............................ -52 ...... -52 286 .... 286 213 ...... 213
O ther ......................................................... 3 ...... 3 21 ...... 21 23 ...... 23
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 65 -65 ...... 117 -117 ...... 166 -166
Offsetting governmental receipts ............................ V I I ...... C I V I ...... ...... ......

Total-Department of Housing and Urban
Development ............................................. 3,175 1,013 2,162 16,518 5,571 10,947 17,271 5,312 11,959

Department of the Interior:
Land and minerals management:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources .................. 61 ...... 61 279 ...... 279 288 ...... 288
Other .................................................... 15 ...... 15 78 ...... 78 217 ...... 217
Minerals Management Service ............................ 58 ...... 58 264 ..... 264 300 ...... 300
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement .............................................. 19 ...... 19 158 ...... 158 135 ...... 135
Total-Land and minerals management ................ 153 ...... 153 780 ...... 780 940 ...... 940

Water and science:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Construction program ................................... 20 ...... 20 105 ...... 105 134 ...... 134
Operation and maintenance ............................. 25 ...... 25 99 ...... 99 97 ...... 97
Other .................................................... 50 6 43 163 50 113 170 85 84
Central utah project ....................................... C I ...... (. 1 21 ...... 21 24 ...... 24
United States Geological Survey .......................... 44 ...... 44 199 ... 199 198 ...... 198
Bureau of Mines ........................................... 14 2 12 67 10 57 69 10 59
Total-Water and science ......................... I .... 155 8 146 655 60 594 692 96 596

Fish and wildlife and parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service .................. 117 ..... 117 506 ...... 506 479 ..... 479
National Biological Survey ............. .................. 25 ..... 25 51 ...... 51 49 ...... 49
National Park Service ...................................... 155 ...... 155 605 ...... 605 600 ...... 600
Total-Fish and wildlife and parks ..................... 296 ...... 296 1,161 ...... 1,161 1,127 ...... 1,127


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued j$ 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 the Interior:-Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Operation of Indian programs ..... ......... 118 .... 118 573 .... 573 653 ... 653
Indian tribal funds ........ __ .... 16 ...... 16 112 ...... 112 75 75
Other .... __ ....... ..... 23 1 22 144 6 139 186 5 182
Total-Bureau of Indian At fairs ........ 157 1 157 830 6 825 914 5 909

Territorial and international affairs ....... 7 ... 7 167 ...... 167 323 323
Departmental offices ........ ..................... 19 ...... 19 57 ...... 57 92 ..... 92
Proprietary receipts from the public ....... ........... .... ...... 146 -146 .... 707 -707 .... 739 -739
Intrabudgetary transactions ............ ....... ........ -7 ...... -7 -96 ...... -96 -108 ..... -108
Offsetting governmental receipts .. .................. ...... ...... V I V I V I C I I .... (* 1)

Total-Department of the Interior ....................... 780 155 625 3,SSS 773 2,781 3,980 839 3,141

Department of Justice:
Legal activities .... .......................... 238 ...... 238 1,049 .... 1,049 1,046 ... 1,046
Federal Bureau of Investigation ...... ........... ..... 253 ...... 253 936 ...... 936 790 I .... 790
Drug Enforcement Administration .......... ............ .... 75 ...... 75 357 ...... 357 381 ... 381
Immigration and Naturalization Service .... ....... ..... 172 ...... 172 834 ...... 834 689 689
Federal Prison System ........ ....... ..................... 233 11 222 1,293 56 1,237 1,131 53 1,078
Office of Justice Programs ...... ....... ................... 110 ...... 110 405 ...... 405 216 216
Other ... ..... ......... ............. -25 ...... -25 220 ... 220 422 ...... 422
Intrabudgetary transactions ............... ............ -5 ...... -5 -22 ...... -22 -21 ..... 1 -21
Offsetting governmental receipts .. ...... ....... ..... ...... 109 -109 ...... 345 -345 ..... 1 301 -301
Total-Department of Justice ........................... 1,052 120 932 5,073 401 4,672 4,654 354 4,300

Department of Labor
Employment and Training Administration:
Training and employment services ........................ 326 .... 326 1,652 ...... 1,652 1,722 ...... 1,722
Community Service Employment for Older Americans ... 26 ...... 26 173 ..... 1 173 155 ...... 155
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances ......... 23 ...... 23 117 ... 117 109 ...... 109
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operations ... ........ ... .......... .... I ........... 27 ...... 27 42 ... 42 58 58
Payments to the unemployment trust fund .............. ...... ...... ...... ...... .... ....
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
fu nd s .. ...... ........ ............ ....... ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...

Unemployment trust fund:
Federal-State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits ......................... 2,300 ...... 2,300 9,722 ...... 9,722 8,850 ...... 8,850
State administrative expenses ... .............. 231 ...... 231 1,332 ... ... 1,332 1,324 .... 1,324
Federal administrative expenses ... .................. 38 ...... 38 96 ...... 96 93 93
Veterans employment and training ......... ........ 18 ...... 18 61 ...... 61 76 ...... 76
Repayment of advances from the general fund ..... ... ... ...... ...... ..... ...... ...... ......
Railroad unemployment insurance ...................... 7 ...... 7 32 ...... 32 27 ...... 27
O ther .................................. ....... .......... 2 ...... 2 8 8 9 9
Total-Unemployment trust fund .................... 2,596 ...... 2,596 11,252 ...... 11,252 10,379 10,379

O ther ......... ......... .................................. 8 ...... 8 34 ...... 34 33 ...... 33

Total-Employment and Training Administration ....... 3,007 ...... 3,007 13,269 ...... 13,269 12,457 ...... 12,457

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...................... 82 314 -232 406 400 6 644 496 148
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ........ ........... ...... 22 ...... 22 93 ...... 93 93 .... 93
Special benefits ......................... ....... ... -357 ...... -357 -19 ...... -19 -515 ...... -515
Black lung disability trust fund ....... ....... 51 ...... 51 228 ...... 228 236 236
O ther ............... ....................................... 11 ...... 11 61 ...... 61 60 ...... 60
Occupational Safety and Health Administration ............. 28 ...... 28 119 .... 119 116 ...... 116
Bureau of Labor Statistics ............. ............... 20 ...... 20 85 ...... 85 ill ill
Other ............ ........................ 42 ... 42 196 ...... 196 176 .... 176
Proprietary receipts from the public .... .................... ...... 1 -1 ...... 2 -2 .... 2 -2
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. -69 ...... -69 -215 ..... 1 -215 -225 ... -225

Total-Department of Labor ............................. 2,835 315 2,520 14,223 401 13,821 13,152 498 12,655










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Table S. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

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

14 1 Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts
Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Diplomatic and consular programs ........................ 170 .... 170 736 ...... 736 642 ...... 642
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad ........ 36 ...... 36 231 ...... 231 211 ...... 211
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund ....................................................... ...... ...... ...... 56 ...... 56 129 ...... 129
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ........... 39 ...... 39 189 ...... 189 185 ...... 185
Other ....................................................... 29 ...... 29 147 ...... 147 162 ...... 162
Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs ............... 274 ...... 274 1,359 ...... 1,359 1,330 ...... 1,330

International organizations and Conferences ............ I ... 116 ...... 116 443 ...... 443 1,176 ..... 1,176
Migration and refugee assistance ........................... 44 ...... 44 237 ...... 237 289 ...... 289
Other ......................................................... 20 ...... 20 95 ...... 95 68 ...... 68
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. -30 ...... -30 -100 ...... -100 -182 ...... -182
Offsetting governmental receipts ....... .................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ......

Total-Department of State .............................. 423 ...... 423 2,034 ...... 2,034 2,681 ...... 2,681

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways .................................... 1,383 ...... 1,383 7,635 ...... 7,635 7,442 ...... 7,442
Other ..................................................... 17 ...... 17 77 ...... 77 72 ...... 72
Other programs ............................................ 7 ...... 7 96 ...... 96 78 ...... 78
Total-Federal Highway Administration ................. 1,408 ...... 1,408 7,808 ...... 7,808 7,592 ...... 7,592

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ............. 14 ...... 14 115 ...... 115 105 ...... 105

Federal Railroad Administration:
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation ..... 1 1 390 ...... 390 492 ..... 492
Other ....................................................... 19 2 17 102 5 96 86 4 82
Total-Federal Railroad Administration ................. 19 2 17 491 5 486 578 4 573

Federal Transit Administration:
Formula grants ............................................. -123 ...... -123 251 ...... 251 304 ...... 304
Discretionary grants ....................................... 170 ..... 1 170 892 ...... 892 826 ...... M
Other ....................................................... 307 ...... 307 677 ...... 677 787 ...... 787
Total-Federal Transit Administration .................. 354 ...... 354 1,821 ...... 1,821 1,917 ...... 1,917

Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations ................................................. 207 ...... 207 1,023 ...... 1,023 798 ...... 798

Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports ................................ 173 ...... 173 736 ...... 736 863 ...... 863
Facilities and equipment ................................ 219 ...... 219 949 ...... 949 1,024 ...... 1,024
Research, engineering and development ............... 19 ...... 19 93 ...... 93 89 ...... 89
Operations ............................................... 185 ...... 185 926 ... 926 1,117 ...... 1,117
Total-Airport and airway trust fund ................ 596 ...... 596 2.704 ...... 2,704 3,093 ...... 3,093

Other ....................................................... V I V I V I V 1 1 -1 V I V I V I

Total-Federal Aviation Administration ................. 802 V 1 802 3,727 1 3,726 3,891 3,890

Coast Guard:
Operating expenses ....................................... 196 ...... 196 969 ...... 969 1.011 ...... 1,011
Acquisition, construction, and improvements ............. 33 ...... 33 160 ...... 160 137 ...... 137
Retired pay ................................................ 47 ...... 47 223 ...... 223 221 ...... 221
Other ....................................................... 22 V 1 22 73 2 71 116 2 114
Total-Coast Guard ....... ............................. 298 V 1 298 1,426 2 1,424 1,486 2 1,484

Maritime Administration ...................................... 61 15 47 234 61 173 269 72 197
Other ......................................................... 32 1 31 124 3 121 175 3 172
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... V I V I ...... 2 -2 ..... 1 2 -2
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. 8 ...... 8 7 ...... 7 ...... ...... ...
Offsetting governmental receipts ............................ ...... V I V I ...... 25 -25 ...... 27

Total-Department of Transportation ................... 2,997 is 2,979 15,7S2 100 15,652 16,013 110 15,903







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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued 1$ millions)

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

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental offices:
Exchange stabilization fund .......... .......... -249 22 -271 -793 54 -848 -819 8 -827
Other ... ...... ....... ... 31 31 198 ...... 198 85 ... 85

Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses .... ....... 16 ... 16 100 .... 100 100 .... 100
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation ........ .... 1,164 ...... 1,164 1,164 1 ... 1.164
Claims, judgements, and relief acts ... ... __ ... ... 183 .... 183 383 ...... 383 320 .... 320
Net interest paid to loan guarantee financing accounts 1 1 33 ...... 33 766 ..... 766
Other .......... ........... ........ -2 -2 39 ..... 39 43 ... 43
Total-Financial Management Service ..... ....... 199 ...... 199 1,719 1,719 2,393 2,393

Federal Financing Bank .... ........ __ ....... ......... -106 ...... -106 117 ...... 117 122 122
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms:
Salaries and expenses .... ......... ............... ..... 33 33 123 ...... 123 163 ... 163
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico .............. 23 .... 23 106 ...... 106 100 .... I 100
United States Customs Service .... ....... ...... 152 ..... 152 775 ...... 775 750 ...... 750
Bureau of Engraving and Printing ... ...... ..... ...... -6 ..... -6 30 ... 30 25 ...... 25
United States Mint .... .... ........................... 79 96 -18 205 439 -235 -49 ...... -49
Bureau of the Public Debt ....... ......... ....... 13 ... 13 105 ...... 105 112 ...... 112

Internal Revenue Service:
Processing, assistance, and management ....... 155 ... 155 600 ... 600 708 ... 708
Tax law enforcement .. ....... ........ ....... ... 434 .... 434 1,800 ... ... 1,800 1,716 ...... 1,716
Information systems ... ....... .... __ .............. 143 ...... 143 592 ...... 592 606 ..... 606
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability
for tax ..... ......... ......... .......................... 6,225 ...... 6,225 6,605 ...... 6,605 3,391 .... 3,391
Health insurance supplement to earned income credit ..... ... ...... ... ...... ...... ...... ......
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest ......... 146 ...... 146 904 ... 904 1,009 ...... 1,009
O ther .. .... .... ...... .................. .......... C I ...... C 1 1 ...... 1 2 2
Total-Intemal Revenue Service ..... ....... ..... 7,104 ...... 7,104 10,500 ...... 10,500 7,431 ..... 7,431

United States Secret Service ......... ........ ......... 38 ...... 38 226 ...... 226 230 ...... 230
Comptroller of the Currency ....... ..................... 30 106 -76 159 189 -30 187 187 V 1)
Office of Thrift Supervison ... ........ ....... 11 3 8 74 74 1 71 75 -5

Interest on the public debt:
Public issues (accrual basis) ................ ............. 19,079 .... 19,079 100,459 .... 100,459 93,834 ...... 93,834
Special issues (cash basis) ........ ................ .... 1,897 ..... 1 1,897 49,754 ...... 49,754 47,458 ...... 47,458
Total-interest on the public debt ...... ........ 20,977 ...... 20,977 150,213 ...... 150,213 141,292 ..... 141,292

O ther ............... ........ ....... ........... 5 ...... 5 30 .... I 30 20 1 .... 20
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 17 -7 ...... 1,586 -1,586 ...... 2,441 -2,441
Receipts from off-budget federal entities ....... ........... ...... ...... .... I ..... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................ ......... -116 .... -116 -3,383 ...... -3,383 -3,448 ...... -3,448
Offsetting governmental receipts .. ........ .......... ...... ...... 136 -136 .... 512 -512 ...... 441 -441

Total-Department of the Treasury ..................... 28,216 370 27,846 160,403 2,854 157,549 148,663 3,154 146,509



























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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Gross JApplicablel I Gross JApplicable
Ot Outlays Outlays Outlays
outlays I Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration:
Medical care .................. ............................ 1,239 ...... 1,239 6,548 ...... 6,548 6,540 ...... 6,540
Other ....................................................... 45 14 30 260 82 178 294 116 178

Veterans Benefits Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Guaranty and indemnity fund ........................... -41 50 -91 359 257 102 291 2DO 91
Loan guaranty revolving fund ........................... -140 24 -165 151 140 11 208 168 40
Other ................. : ... ... --- ...... ** .... *"*"*' 9 6 3 56 52 4 83 53 29
Compensation and pensions .............................. 1,561 ...... 1,561 6,144 ...... 6,144 5,959 ...... 5.959
Readjustment benefits ..................................... 114 ...... 114 522 ...... 522 507 ...... 507
Post-Vietnam era veterans education account ........... 4 ...... 4 17 ...... 17 27 ...... 27
Insurance funds:
National service life ..................................... 113 ...... 113 471 ...... 471 482 ...... 482
United States government life .......................... 1 ...... 1 6 ...... 6 7 ...... 7
Veterans special life ..................................... 13 3 10 59 86 -28 58 86 -28
O ther ....................................................... 5 ...... 5 4 ...... 4 6 ...... 6
Total-Veterans Benefits Administration ............... 1,639 83 1,556 7,790 536 7,254 7,628 507 7,121

Construction .................................................. 55 ...... 55 284 C 1 284 240 V 1 240
Departmental administration ................................. 82 ...... 82 455 ...... 455 573 ...... 573
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ........................................ ...... 23 -23 ...... 96 -96 ...... 114 -114
United States government life ............................ ...... ...... (* I C I ...... V I C I
Other ....................................................... ...... 56 -56 ...... 285 -285 ...... 286 -286
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. -1 -1 -5 ...... -5 -7 ...... -7

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs ................. 3,059 176 2,883 15,333 1,000 14,333 15,268 1,022 14,247

Environmental Protection Agency:
Program and research operations ........................... 1 ...... 1 44 ...... 44 381 ...... 381
Abatement, control, and compliance ........................ 132 ...... 132 724 ...... 724 578 ...... 578
Water infrastructure financing ............................... 260 ...... 260 1,117 ...... 1,117 824 ...... 824
Hazardous substance superfund ............................ 113 ... ... 113 556 ...... 556 559 ...... 559
Other ......................................................... 32 V 1 32 238 V 1 238 432 V 1 432
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... 10 -10 ...... 95 -95 ...... 122 -122
Intrabudgetary transactions .................................. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... -250 ...... -250
Offsetting governmental receipts ............................ ...... 1 -1 ...... 4 -4 ...... 3 -3
Total-Environmental Protection Agency ............... 538 11 526 2,678 99 2,579 2,523 124 t399

General Services Administration:
Real property activities ...................................... 365 ...... 365 1,013 ...... 1,013 62 ...... 62
Personal property activities .................................. -55 ...... -55 -92 ...... -92 -74 ...... -74
Other ......................................................... 72 ...... 72 288 ...... 288 174 ...... 174
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................... ...... V I V I ...... 15 -15 ...... -2 2
Total-General Services Administration ................ 383 V 382 1,209 15 1,195 163 -2 165

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Human space flight .......................................... 408 ...... 408 2,170 ...... 2,170 685 ...... 685
Science, aeronautics and technology ........................ 414 ...... 414 1,857 ...... 1,857 701 ..... 701
Mission support .............................................. 202 ...... 202 917 ...... 917 706 ...... 706
Research and development .................................. 12 ...... 12 287 ...... 287 1,894 ...... 1,894
Space flight, control and data communications .............. 7 ...... 7 139 ...... 139 990 ...... 990
Construction of facilities ..................................... 28 ...... 28 120 ... 120 125 1 ..... 125
Research and program management ........................ V I ...... V *) 3 ...... 3 82 ...... 82
O ther ......................................................... 3 3 6 ...... 6 6 ...... 6
Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ............................................ 1,073 ...... 1,073 5,500 ...... 5,500 5,188 ...... 51188

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitants, employees health
and life insurance benefits ................................. 328 ...... 328 1,428 ...... 1,428 1,658 ..... 1,658
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund ..... ...... ...... ...... ..... I ...... ...... ... ...... ......
Civil service retirement and disability fund ....... ....... 3,196 ...... 3,196 16,192 1 ..... 16,192 15,738 ...... 15,738
Employees life insurance fund ............................... 136 328 -192 678 1,179 -501 673 1,129 -456
Employees and retired employees health benefits fund .... 1,323 1,399 -76 6,500 6,412 88 6,352 6,658 -306
O ther ......................................................... 1 1 6 6 29 ...... 29
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
G eneral fund contributions .............................. ...... ... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Other ........... .......................... ........... -2 .... 1. -2 -12 ...... -12 -13 ...... -13
Total-Office of Personnel Management ............... 4,980 1,728 3,252 24,791 7,591 17,201 24,436 7,787 161"9

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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued J$ millions)

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

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan fund .... ...... 35 57 -22 273 191 82 154 142 12
Disaster loan fund ...... ........ 19 19 -1 198 140 58 252 107 145
Other .. .... ........ 2 1 1 5 6 -1 9 6 3
Other ..... .... ...... ....... ................. 45 V 1 45 207 V *) 207 236 V *) 235
Total-Small Business Administration .................. 101 78 23 683 337 345 651 256 396

Social Security Administration:
Payments to Social Security trust funds ....... ..... 16 16 2,676 ...... 2,676 2,246 2,246
Special benefits for disabled coal miners .... 56 56 282 1 ..... 282 307 ... 307
Supplemental security income program ....... ....... ... 2,387 .... 2,387 9,322 .... 9,322 8,686 8 686
Office of the Inspector General ................... ....... 2 2 4 4 .....

Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund (offbudget):
Benefit payments ......... ............... ............... 25,040 ..... 25,040 123,436 123,436 118,563 118,563
Administrative expenses ......... ....... ...... .... 122 122 744 ... 744 641 641
Payment to railroad retirement account ............ .... ...... ...... ...
Quinquennial military service credit adjustment .... ... 129 129
Total-FOASI trust fund .. ....... ........ 25,163 ...... 25,163 124,309 124,309 119,203 119,203

Federal disability insurance trust fund (off-budget):
Benefit payments ................ ....................... 3,582 ... 3,582 17,373 17,373 16,260 .... 16,260
Administrative expenses .. ....... ....... ....... ....... 90 .... 90 441 ...... 441 453 ...... 453
Payment to railroad retirement account .. ... ... .... ...... ... ... ...... ...
Quinquennial military service credit adjustment ... ....... ...... .... ...... 203 ...... 203 ...... ... ......
Total- FDI trust fund ................. ......... ....... 3,671 ...... 3,671 18,016 ...... 18,016 16,713 ... 16,713

Proprietary receipts from the public:
On-budget ................................. ................ ...... 70 -70 ...... 299 -299 ... 189 -189
Off-budget .. .......... ................ ........ ...... ...... 3 -3 3 -3 2 -2
Intrabudgetary transactions:
On-budget:
Quinquennial Adjustment for Military Service
Credits from FOASI and FDI: ........................ ..... -332 ..... -332 ...... .... ......
Off-budget2 .................. ........ ................. -16 ..... -16 -2,676 ...... -2,676 -2,246 ...... -2,246
Total-Social Security Administration ................... 31,279 73 31,206 151,601 303 151,299 144,910 191 144,718

Other independent agencies:
Board for International Broadcasting ........ ............... -1 ...... -1 C I V 1 93 ...... 93
Corporation for National and Community Service ........ 45 1 ..... 45 180 .... 180 166 ...... 166
Corporation for Public Broadcasting .................. ..... ...... ...... ...... 275 ...... 275 286 ...... 286
District of Columbia:
Federal paym ent .... ................................. ... ...... 457 ...... 457 714 ...... 714
O ther ....................................................... 1 .... 1 2 12 10 1 12 11
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ................ 18 C 18 89 C *) 89 101 V 1 101
Export-Import Bank of the United States ..... ... 24 83 -59 168 630 -462 749 464 285
Federal Communications Commission ....... ............. 16 1 15 184 8 175 60 23 38

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund .......... ...................... .... 88 98 -10 466 1,246 -780 1,075 5,077 -4,002
Savings association insurance fund ...... .... 25 27 -2 152 525 -373 21 488 -467
FSLIC resolution fund:
Resolution Trust Corporation closeout .... ............ 77 753 -676 434 4,888 -4,454 2,203 7,950 -5,748
Other .. ..... ...... ...................... ............. 10 36 -27 769 410 359 1,146 588 557
Affordable housing and bank enterprise .............. _.. C *) ... I.. V 1 1 ...... 1 2 ...... 2
Total-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ............. 200 915 -715 1,822 7,069 -5,246 4,446 14,103 -9,657

Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public enterprise funds ..................... .............. 88 19 70 368 117 251 235 125 110
Disaster relief ............................... ....... 215 .... 215 860 ... 860 1,062 ...... 1,062
Emergency management planning and assistance ..... 20 ... 20 98 98 108 .... 108
Other ......... ........................... ............ 34 1 33 99 9 90 127 5 122
Federal Trade Commission ................................ 7 7 38 ...... 38 29 .... 29
Interstate Commerce Commission ......... ........... C *) C 1 8 ...... 8 17 ... 17
Legal Services Corporation ... ....... ....... 2 ...... 2 96 ..... 96 193 .... 193
National Archives and Records Administration .............. 25 C 25 80 V 1 80 ill C I
National Credit Union Administration:
Credit union share insurance fund ..... ............ ..... -29 -20 -10 36 -3 40 -37 12 -49
Central liquidity facility .... ....... ....... .............. ...... ... ...... ...... 5 5 C *)
Other ....... ....... ..................... -15 V 1 -15 -2 2 -4 18 2 16


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued [$ millions]

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

Other independent agencies:-Continued
National Endowment for the Arts ........................... 20 ...... 20 62 ... 62 77 ...... '77
National Endowment for the Humanities .................... 10 ...... 10 63 ...... 63 66 ...... 66
National Labor Relations Board ... ......................... 12 ...... 12 67 ...... 67 74 ...... 74
National Science Foundation ................................. 161 ...... 161 1,097 ...... 1,097 1,030 ...... 1.030
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ............................. 38 24 15 201 224 -23 220 263 -43
Panama Canal Commission .................................. 48 54 -7 250 272 -21 228 245 -17
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (off-budget) ....................... 4,416 34,696 -280 22,465 24,287 -1,822 21,074 22,656 -1.582
Payment to the Postal Service fund ...................... ...... ...... ..... 79 ...... 79 84 ...... 84

Railroad Retirement Board:
Federal windfall subsidy ................................... 20 ...... 20 99 ...... 99 107 ...... 107
Federal payments to the railroad retirement accounts ... C ...... C 102 ..... 102 109 ...... 109
Rail industry pension fund:
Benefit payments ........................................ 239 ...... 239 1,175 ...... 1,175 1,158 ...... 11158
Advances from FOASDI fund ...................... .... -94 ..... 1 -94 -462 ...... -462 -456 ......
OASDI certifications ..................................... 94 ...... 94 462 ...... 462 456 ...... 456
Administrative expenses ................................. 6 ...... 6 29 ...... 29 29 ...... 29
Interest on refunds of taxes ............................ 13 13 35 ...... 35 16 ...... 16
O ther ..................................................... C I ...... V 1 2 .... 2 3 ...... 3
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments from other funds to the railroad
retirem ent trust funds ............................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ... ...... ......
Other .................................................. ...... .... ..... 102 ...... -102 109 ...... 109
Supplemental annuity pension fund:
Benefit payments ........................................ 7 ...... 7 36 ...... 36 38 ...... 38
Interest on refund of taxes ............................. V I ...... V ...... 1 1 ...... I
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit account:
Benefit payments ........................................ 416 ...... 416 2,056 ....... 2,056 2,040 ...... 2,040
Interest on refund of taxes ............................. 10 1 ..... 10 28 .... 28 V I ...... C I
O ther ....... ............................................... C *) ...... V 1 1 ...... 1 1 ...... 1
Total-Railroad Retirement Board ...................... 710 ...... 710 3,463 ...... 3,463 3,392 ...... 3,392

Oversight Board ..... ........................................ C I ...... V 1 558 ...... 558 -4 ...... -4
Securities and Exchange Commission ...................... -9 ...... -9 4 ..... 1 4 53 ...... 53
Smithsonian Institution ....................................... 43 ...... 43 175 ...... 175 176 ...... 176
Tennessee Valley Authority .................................. 619 727 -108 3,896 3,492 404 3,887 3,030 857
United States Information Agency ........................... 99 ...... 99 493 ...... 493 459 C 1 459
Other ......................................................... 378 142 236 1,148 835 313 1,194 946 248

Total-Other independent agencies .................... 7,195 6,642 553 38,878 36,955 1,923 40,497 41,892 -1,394

Undistributed off setting receipts:
Other interest .... .......................................... ...... ...... ...... ... V 1) C ...... C 1) C I

Employer share, employee retirement:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund ............ C ...... C I V I ...... V 1) ......
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ........................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund ................. ......... ..... -944 ...... -944 -4,613 ...... -4,613 -5,081 ...... --5,081
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions ................... -148 ...... -148 -811 ...... -811 -764 ...... -764
Postal Service employer contributions ............... -49 .... -49 -198 ...... -198 -229 ...... -229
Payments for military service credits ................ ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ... -8 ....... -8 -43 ...... -43 -43 ......
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..... ....... -875 ...... -875 -4,222 ...... -4,222 -3,922 ...... -3,922
Social Security administration (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions ....................... -453 ...... -453 -2,117 ...... -2,117 -2,063 ...... -2,063
Payments for military service credits ............... ...... ...... ...... ... ...... ...... 17 ...... 17
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions ....................... -81 ...... -81 -378 ..... -378 -369 ...... -369
Payments for military service credits ................ ...... ...... ..... .... -17 ...... -17
Independent agencies:
Court of veterans appeals retirement fund ............ ...... .... C I C I ...... ...... ......
Total-Employer share, employee retirement .......... -2,559 ... ... -2,559 -12.382 ...... -12,382 -12,471 ...... -12,471



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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month jCurrent Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

ClasifictionGross Applicable Outlays Gross Applicable Otas Gross ApplicableOuly
Outlays IReceipts Outlays IReceipts Otas Outlays IReceipts Ouly

Undistributed offsetting receipts:-Continued
Interest received by trust funds:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ..................... -5 -5 -11 -119 -9
Department of Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers...... .... ...................... -2 -2 -9 -9 -8 -8
Military retirement fund......... ......... ... -6......56 -566 -5,781 -5,781 -5,583 -5,583
Education benefits fund ........ ..............4...... -4 -19 -19 -22 -22
Soldiers' and airmen's home permanent fund ...-1 .... -1 -3 .... -3 -5 -5
Other .................................. .......... --11 -1 -1 -1
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund.......... ......... -22 ... -22 -5,203 ... -5,203 -5,355 .. -5,355
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund -17 .... -17 -580 .... -580 -935 -935
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund....... ...................... -7 -7 -1,682 -1,682 -1,314 ... -1,314
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ..... V I ....) -312 .. -312 -299 .. -299
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund. ......................... ........ -9 ... -9 -597 .. -597 -524 ... -524
Airport and airway trust fund ........ .................. -8 ... -8 -397 ... -397 -380 ... -380
Oil spill liability trust fund.......................... I...... V (') -3 ... -3 -3 ... -3
Department of Veterans Affairs:
National service life insurance fund.................. -1 -1 -526 ... -526 -537 ... -537
United States government life Insurance Fund ..... V) I ... -4 ... -4 -4 -4
Environmental Protection Agency ........................ ( V I .... -1 .... -1 C I .... V
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ...... C I(... 1 -1 .... -1 -1 ....-1
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund.............. -146 ... -146 -14,229 ... -14,229 -13,848 ... -13,848
Social Security administration (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund .. -55 .... -55 -16,575 ....-16,575 -15,242 .. -15,242
Federal disability insurance trust fund............. ..... -13 ... -13 -1,108 ... -1,108 -845 ... -845
Independent agencies:
Railroad Retirement Board............................ 116.. -116 -631 ... -631 -300 -300
Other............................... ................ -7 -7 -16 ... -16 -9 ... -9
Other ................................................. -48 -48 -23 ... -23 -62 ... -62
Total-interest received by trust funds............... -1,028 ... -1,028 -47,709 ... -47,709 -45,283 ... -45,283

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands .... 295 -295 .... 1,298 -1.298 .... 970 -970
Sale of major assets............................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... ... ... ......
Spectrum auction proceeds.......................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... ......

Total-Undistributed offsetting receipts ................ -3,587 295 -3,882 -60,090 1,298 -61,386 -57,754 970 -58,724
Total outlays .......................................... 149,215 15,571 133,644 720,138 83,052 637,086 704,441 86,482 617,959

Total on-budget ..................................... 116,563 10,872 105,711 578,200 58,762 519,439 568,215 63,824 504,391
Total off-budget...................................... 32,632 4,699 27,933 141,935 24,291 117,647 136,226 22,658 113,568

Total surplus (+) or deficit .................-44,295 -80,943 -96,107

Total on-budget............................................... -44,799 -101,738 -117,622

Total off-budget............................................... +504 +20,795 +2 1,515

MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays [$ millions]
Current
Fiscal Year Comparable Period
to Date Prior Fiscal Year
Proprietary receipts ............................................... 19,894 20,479
Receipts from off-budget federal entities ........................ .......
Intrabudgotary transactions ........................................ 99,882 93,643
Governmental receipts ............................................. 1,126 1,048
Total receipts offset against outlays ............................ 120,902 115,171

'Includes $629 million of unclassified February payroll charges. ... No Transactions.
2lndludes FICA and SECA tax credits, non-contributory military service credits, special benefits 1* 1 Less than $500,000
for the aged, and credit f or unnegotiated OASI benefit checks. Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding
nThe Postal Service accounting is composed of thirteen 28-day periods. To conform with the MTS calendar-month reporting basis used by all other Federal agencies, the MTS reflects USPS results through February 4th and estimates for $1,817 million through February 29th.









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Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government February 1996 and Other Periods millions]
Not Transactions Account Balances
Assets and Liabilities denotes not reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Directly Related to liability or asset accounts
Budget Off-budget Activity This Month FRI I Year to Date Beginning of Close Of

This month
This Year I Prior Year This Year I This Month
Liability accounts:
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general Financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ............................................. 29,604 43,058 161,548 4,958,983 4.972,436 6,002,041
Federal Financing Bank ............................................. ...... ...... ...... 15.000 15,000 15,000
Total, public debt securities ...................................... 20,604 43,058 161,548 4,973,983 4,987,436 5,017,041
Plus premium on public debt securities ...................... -7 -38 -40 1,236 1,205 1,198
Less discount on public debt securities ....................... 890 -1,245 2,457 81,231 79.096 79,986
Total public debt securities net of Premium and
discount ..................................................... 28,707 44,265 159,050 4,893,989 4,909,547 4,938,253
Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities (see
Schedule B. for other Agency borrowing, see Schedule C) .......... 8,033 9,213 -1,747 26,962 28.141 36,174
Total federal securities ................................................ 36,740 53,478 157,303 4,920,950 4,937,688 4.974,428
Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of government accounts
(see Schedule D) ............. -10,076 -21,721 45,468 1,320,800 1,309,154 1,299,079
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts ......................................... 206 411 135 3,188 3,392 3,598
Net federal securities held as investments of government
accounts ..................................................... -10,282 -22,132 45,333 1,317,612 1,305,762 1,295,481
Total borrowing from the public .......................... 47,022 75,609 111,970 3,603,338 3,631,926 3.678,947
Accrued interest payable to the public .................................... -15,809 -14,957 -9,257 50,611 51,464 35.654
Allocations of special drawing rights ...................................... 83 -184 132 7,380 7,113 7,196
Deposit funds .............................................................. 7,641 21,240 2,119 8,186 21,785 29,426
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks Outstanding etc.) ...... -160 -5,433 -4,340 4,813 -460 -620
Total liability accounts .................................................... 38,776 76,275 100,624 3,674,329 3,711,827 3,750,604
Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:'
Federal Reserve account .............................................. -2,578 -2,988 42 8,620 8,210 5.632
Tax and loan note accounts .......................................... -3,718 -3,804 -140 29,329 29,243 25.525
Balance .................................................... I .......... -6,297 -6,792 -98 37,949 37,454 31,T57
Special drawing rights:
Total holdings .......................................................... 327 70 1,187 11.035 10,778 11,106
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve banks .................. ...... ...... ....... -10,168 -10,168 -10,168
Balance .............................................................. 327 70 1,187 867 610 938
Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments .............................................. ...... ...... ...... 31.762 31,762 31,762
Maintenance of value adjustments ................................. 460 -998 717 8,196 6,738 7,197
Letter of credit issued.to IMF ........................................ 333 502 556 -26,315 -26,147 -25,814
Dollar deposits with the IMF .......................................... -1 -2 -3 -105 -106 -107
Receivable/Payable (-) for interim maintenance of value
adjustments ........................................................... -288 629 1,145 2,062 1,774Balance .............................................................. 503 131 784 14,682 14,310 14,813
Loans to International Monetary Fund .................................. ...... ...... ...... V I V I V .)
Other cash and monetary assets ....................................... -1,678 -515 3,900 30,525 31,688 30,010
Total cash and monetary assets ............. ............... ....... -7,144 -7,106 5,773 84,023 84,061 76,918
Net activity, guaranteed loan financing ................. .................. 447 216 -468 -12,714 -12,945 -12,498
Net activity, direct loan financing .......................................... 766 5,840 2,758 19,732 24,805 25,571
Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................................. 412 -3,618 -3,268 -1,721 -5,750 -5,338
Total asset accounts ..................................................... -S,519 -4,688 4,795 $9,320 90,171 84,6S2
Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) .................................... +44,295 +80,943 +95,829 +3,585,006 +3,621,656 +3,66S,951
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit (see
Schedule a for Details) ...................................................... ...... ...... 278 ... ...... ......
Total budget and off-budget federal entities (financing of deficit (+)
or disposition of surplus (-)) ............................................ +44,295 +80,943 +96,107 +3,51115,008 +3,621,656 +3,665,951

'Major sources of informaflon used to determine Treasury's operating cash Income Include No Transactions.
Federal Reserve Banks, the Treasury Regional Finance Centers, the Internal Revenue Service *) Less than $500,000 Centers, the Bureau of the Public Debt and various electronic systems. Deposits are reflected as Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding received and withdrawals are reflected as processed.



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Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities of the U.S. Government, February 1996 and
Other Periods
[$ millions)
Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This Month
This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period ....... 3,621,656 3,584,970 3,422,146
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in composition
of unified budget:
Revisions by federal agencies to the prior budget results 39 -268
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) .......... 3,621,656 3,585,008 3,421,878
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal yr .... 44,295 80,943 96,107
Changes in composition of unified budget ... .... .... .......... ... ......
Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table 2) ...... ........... 44,295 80,943 96,107
Total-ort-budget (Table 2) ............ ....... ..................... 44,799 101.738 117,622
Total-off-budget (Table 2) .... ....... ................ -504 -20,795 -21,515

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ....................................... ..................... ...... ...... 278
Profit on sale of gold .......... ....... ....................... ..... .... V I
Total-transactions not applied to current year's Surplus or
deficit ............ .............. ................................... ...... ...... 278
Excess of liabilities close of period ................................... 3,665,951 3,665,951 3,517,707




Table6. Schedule B-Securities Issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, February 1996 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]

Net Transactions Account Balances
denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification

This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This 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 I V I C
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
FSLIC resolution fund ............................................ ..... -32 -32 158 126 126
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by: Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgages ............................................. ...... ...... 6 6 6
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ..... .................................. 3 -52 -52 87 31 35
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management .............................. ........... ...... ... ...... 13 13 13
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages .... ............................... .... ...... V I C I V I
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by: Legislative Branch:
Architect of the Capitol .............. ...................... .......... -7 -2 -2 182 187 180
Department of Defense:
Homeowners assistance mortgages ................................... V ...... V I V
Independent agencies:
Farm Credit System Financial Assistance Corporation ................ ...... ...... ...... 1,261 1.261 1,261
National Archives and Records Administration ....................... -2 -2 ...... 295 295 293
Postal Service .................. ...................................... 4,665 4,665 ... ... ...... 4,665
Tennessee Valley Authority ................. ............. ............ 3,374 4,636 -1,662 24,960 26,221 29,595
Total, agency securities ........................................... 8,033 9,213 -1,747 26,962 28,141 36,174

No Transactions.
*) Less than $500,000,
Note: Details may not 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,
February 1996 and Other Periods
[$ millions)

Transactions Account Balances
current Racal Yew
Classification

This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This month
This Yearl Prior Year This Year I This Month

Borrowing from the Treasury:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military loan program ......................................... ....... 343 337 788 1,131 1,131
Agency for International Development:
International Debt Reduction .......................................... ...... ...... ...... 335 335 335
Housing and other credit guaranty programs ........................ I ..... ...... ...... 125 125 125
Private sector revolving fund ......................................... ...... ...... ...... 1 1 1
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ............................... ...... 18 22 52 71 71
Department of Agriculture:
Farm Service Agency:
Commodity Credit Corporation ........................................ ...... -6,836 -9,075 6.987 151 151
Agricultural credit insurance fund ..................................... ...... 604 -1,748 1,605 2,209 2,209
Natural Resources Conservation Service ............................... ...... ...... ...... 4 4 4
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .................... ...... 678 689 8,666 9.3" 9,344
Rural Telephone Bank ................................................ V 1 -20 97 664 644 6"
Rural development insurance fund .................................... ...... 220 715 2,806 3,026 3,026
Rural communication development fund .............................. ...... ...... ...... 25 25 25
Rural housing and Community Development Service:
Rural housing insurance fund ......................................... V 951 1,177 5,353 6,304 6,304
Self-help housing land development fund ............................ ...... ...... 1 C I V 1 C 1
Rural Business and Cooperative Development Service:
Rural development loan fund ......................................... ...... 17 40 61 78 78
Rural economic development loan fund .............................. ...... ...... 5 30 30 30
Foreign Agricultural Service ............................................. ...... ...... -7 563 563 563
Department of Education:
Federal direct student loan program .................................... ...... 7,607 4,868 5,067 12.674 12.674
Federal family education loan program ................................. ...... ...... ...... 11,134 1,134 1,134
College housing and academic facilities fund ........................... ...... ...... 18 184 184 184
College housing loans ................................................... ...... C ...... 360 359 359
Department of Energy:
Isotope production and distribution fund ................................ ...... ...... -14 ...... ......
Bonneville power administration fund ................................... ...... 90 -5 2,563 2,653 2,653
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Federal Housing Administration ....................................... ...... -68 -21 1,647 1,679 1,579
Housing for the elderly and handicapped ............................. ...... -805 -770 7,714 6,909 6,909
Public and Indian housing:
Low-rent public housing ............................................... ...... -20 ...... 20 ..... ......
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation Loans ........................................... ...... 9 ...... 17 26 26
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund ......................................... ...... ...... ...... 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving funds for loans ............................................. ...... ...... 8 28 28 28
Department of Justice:
Federal prison industries, incorporated .................................. ...... ...... ...... 20 20 20
Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
High priority quarters loan fund ...................................... ...... ...... 20 32 32 32
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement
financing funds ....................................................... ...... ...... C I V I V 1 V I
Amtrak corridor improvement loans .................................. ...... ...... V 1 3 3 3
O ther ................................................................... ...... ...... ...... V I V V I
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program ........................... ...... ...... V I V I V I V I
Minority business resource center fund ................................. ...... 7 14 15 22 22
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund ................................. -10,478 -16,260 -8,969 69,297 63,515 53,037
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Guaranty and indemnity fund ........................................... ...... 1,161 586 302 1,463 1,463
Loan guaranty revolving fund ... ....................................... ...... 722 903 1,272 1,994 1,994
Direct loan revolving fund ... ........................................... ...... C I V 1 1 1 1
Native american veteran housing fund .................................. .... 18 12 7 25 25
Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund ................................. V 1 -1 ...... 2 1 1






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Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
February 1996 and Other Periods-Continued
j$ millions]

Transactions Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year
Classification

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

Borrowing from the Treasury:-Continued
Environmental Protection Agency:
Abatement, control, and compliance loan program 10 11 37 47 47
Small Business Administration:
Business loan and revolving fund ......... ....... 342 342 342
Disaster loan fund ... 7,999 7,999 7,999
Independent agencies:
District of Columbia ........ ................. ....... 232 147 379 379
Export-Import Bank of the United States ........ ...... 59 -25 2.665 2,723 2,723
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ... 58 235 268 445 503
Disaster assistance loan fund ..... ......... ........... ... ... 175 222 222 222
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation:
Land acquisition and development fund ............. ............. ...... 85 85 85
Railroad Retirement Board:
Rail industry pension fund ......... ................. .... ...... .... 2,128 2,128 2,128
Social Security equivalent benefit account ....... ................ 258 1,276 1,252 2,828 3,846 4,104
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 .................. -10,162 -9,752 -9,682 134,892 135,302 125,140

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Foreign military financing program ........... -21 -88 -96 3,493 3,426 3,405
Department of Agriculture:
Farm Service Agency:
Agriculture credit insurance fund ............ ....... ...... .... ...... -95 1,470 1,470 1,470
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .................. -6 -236 44 21,875 21,645 21,639
Rural development insurance fund ............. .............. ....... ...... ...... .... 3,675 3,675 3,675
Rural housing and Community Development Service:
Rural housing insurance fund ..... ........... ........ -685 -460 21,700 21,015 21,015
Department of Defense:
Departm ent of the Navy ..... .................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... 1,624 1,624 1,624
Defense agencies ........ ....... ........ ................ ......... -49 -47 -192 -242 -242
Department of Health and Human Services:
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund ............... ...... ...... -18 33 33 33
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low rent housing loans and other expenses ....................... ...... -62 -58 1,689 1,627 1,627
Community Development Grants ......... ........................... C -6 -14 89 84 84
Department of Interior:
Territorial and international affairs ....... ............... ..... .... -1 -1 21 20 20
Department of Transportation:
Federal Railroad Administration ................. ....................... C -1 -3 14 14 13
Federal Transit Administration .......................................... ...... ...... -665 ...
General Services Administration:
Federal buildings fund ............. ....... ........................ 3 -11 95 1,893 1,879 1,882
Small Business Administration:
Business loan fund ....................... .............. -3 -19 -50 361 345 342
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ... ....... ....... ..... .... -463 -478 2,506 2,044 2,044
FSLIC resolution fund:
RTC closeout ...... ....................... ................ ..... -1,785 -4,523 -5,873 13,209 10,471 8,686
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ........................ 6 48 48 374 416 421
Postal Service ............................... ............................ -5,465 -6,965 -1,100 7,265 5,765 300
Tennessee Valley Authority .......................................... ... -3,200 -3,200 -200 3,200 3,200
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ................ -10,473 -16,260 -8,970 84,298 78,511 68,038

NoW This table includes lending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the purchase No Transactions.
of agency financial assets, by the acquisition of agency debt securities, and by direct loans on *) Less than $500,000 behalf of an agency. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding securities and in turn may loan these funds to agencies in lieu of agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.












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Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, February 1996 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 I This Month

Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture ...... .......................................... -1 1 3 ...... 2
Department of Commerce ................................................. 1 3 3 20 22 23
Department of Defense-Military:
Defense cooperation account ........................................... -4 1 1 1
Department of Energy ..................................................... 63 624 366 4,951 5,512 5.575
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs:
Federal housing administration fund .................................. -147 223 -570 6,678 7,047 6,901
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities ........................ .......................... .... 15 ...... 15 ...... ......
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities:
Public debt securities ............................................... 73 250 219 4,210 4,387 4,460
Agency securities ................................................... ...... 1 ...... 1 ...... ......
Other ..................................................................... 2 10 19 209 216 219
Department of the Interior ................................................. 192 42 549 3,431 3.281 3,472
Department of Labor ....................................................... 232 -75 -149 5,796 5,489 5.721
Department of Transportation ............................................. -94 -82 43 481 493 399
Department of the Treasury ............................................... -1,086 337 -949 2,559 3,982 2,896
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Canteen service revolving fund ......................................... ...... 1 3 38 39 39
Guaranty and indem nity fund ........................................... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
Veterans reopened insurance fund ...................................... -4 9 12 526 539 635
Servicemen's group life insurance fund ................................. ...... V 1 -38 4 4 4
Independent agencies:
Export-import Bank of the United States .............................. 63 214 194 135 287 350
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund .................................................. 10 807 4,050 21,017 21,815 21,825
Savings association insurance fund ................................... 2 375 468 3,600 3,972 3,974
FSLIC resolution fund ................................................. 27 -226 -590 528 276 302
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National flood insurance fund ......................................... ...... ...... 120 ...... ......
National Credit Union Administration .................................... 26 -45 32 3,325 3,265 3,280
Postal Service ............................................................ -206 -43 528 1,249 1,412 1,2D6
Tennessee Valley Authority .............................................. -138 533 -2,701 1,242 1,912 1,775
Other ...................................................................... -4 177 183 1,422 1,604 1,599
Other ...... ................................................................ 118 182 298 2,978 3,042 3.160
Total public debt securities ........................................... -871 3.317 1,849 64,399 68,587 67,716
Total agency securities ........................... .................... ...... -16 ...... 16 ...... ......

Total Federal funds .......................................... ... -871 3,301 1,849 64,415 68,S87 67,716

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
Library of Congress ..................................................... -1 1 8 13 15 14
United States Tax Court ................................................ V I C *) V 1 5 5 5
O ther ..................................................................... V 1 1 5 31 32 32
The Judiciary:
Judicial retirement funds .. ............................................... 40 44 36 287 291 331
Department of Agriculture ................................................. V 1 46 4 310 356 356
Department of Commerce ............................................. V I ...... C V I V I V I
Department of Defense-Military:
Voluntary separation incentive fund ............ ....... 68 204 5 685 821 889
O ther .................. .................. ............................... 4 21 1 88 71 67
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund .................................. ....... ....... -702 8,172 11,533 112,963 121,836 121,135
Other .................................................. .................. 43 130 68 1,495 1,581 1,625














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Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, February 1996 and
Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions)

Not Purchases or sales Securities Hold as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

This month
This Year I Prior Year This Month

Trust Funds-Confinued
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .................... ....... -3,066 -2,281 3.416 129,864 130,649 127,583
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ..... ............. 1,017 831 -980 13,513 13,328 14,345
Other .................................. .............. .............. 4 2 26 992 990 994
Department of the Interior ...... ......... ... .......................... 64 152 36 315 403 467
Department of Justice ...... .......... ............................. 26 72 58 .... 46 72
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .......... ......... .................... 155 -930 -358 47,141 46,056 46,212
Other ..... ........................................... ......... -7 -45 -26 77 38 32
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ....................... 8 282 345 7,801 8,075 8,082
Other ........ ............................................................ V 1 -27 -9 29 2 2
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ..................... .................. ........ .... 324 1,117 1,168 18,531 19,323 19,648
Airport and airway trust fund .................... ...................... -1,054 -707 -609 11,145 11.492 10,439
Other ..................................................................... 25 37 180 1,880 1,892 1,917
Department of the Treasury .. 74 -7 -3 235 154 228
Department of Veterans Affairs:, ........
General post fund, national homes ..................................... V I V 1 -1 36 36 35
National service life insurance ........................................... -95 145 164 11,954 12,194 12,099
United States government life Insurance Fund ........................ V 1 -3 -2 106 103 103
Veterans special life insurance fund .................................... -14 24 28 1,546 1,584 1,570
Environmental Protection Agency ................................... 16 250 493 7,243 7,478 7,494
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......................... V I V 16 16 16
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities .............. ................................... -14,743 -60,436 3,847 366,126 320,434 305,690
Agency securities ...................................................... 7,865 7,865 .... ... **' ...... 7,865
Employees life insurance fund ........................................... 191 500 456 15,839 16,148 16,339
Employees and retired employees health benefits fund ................ 71 -72 312 7,890 7,746 7,817
Social Security Administration:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund .................... -524 14,250 3,933 447,947 462,720 462,196
Federal disability insurance trust fund ...... ........................... 684 4,671 19,274 35,225 39,212 39,896
Independent agencies:
Harry S. Truman memorial scholarship trust fund ..................... 1 1 1 54 53 55
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ........................... V I I V 1 16 16 16
Railroad Retirement Board .............................................. 320 715 85 14,440 14,836 15,156
Other .................. .................................................. 5 -4 125 544 535 540
Total public debt securities ........................................ -17,069 -32,887 43,619 1,256,385 1,240,567 1,223,498
Total agency securities ................................................ 7,865 7,865 ...... ...... ...... 7,865
Total trust funds ................................................. -9,205 -25,022 43,619 1,256,385 1,240,567 1,231,363

Grand total .................................................................. -10,076 -21,721 45,468 1,320,800 1,309,154 1,299,079

... No Transactions Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.
Less than $5W,000. Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.




























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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1996 [$ millions)

Fiscal ComYear pffable,
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. TO Period
Date Prior
F.Y.

Receipts:
Individual income taxes ................. 51,840 39,524 53,179 86,192 40,327 271,061 247,833
Corporation income taxes ............... 2,180 1,694 38,021 5,158 1,692 48,745 41,787
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions ......................... 30,549 34,919 37,123 40,742 36,011 179,343 175,415
Unemployment insurance ............. 1,214 2,940 223 1,081 2,546 8,004 8,251
Other retirement contributions ........ 342 340 416 374 403 1.875 1,862
Excise taxes ................. ........... 4,453 5,154 4,870 4,241 4,308 23,026 22,537
Estate and gift taxes ................... 1,160 1,349 1,383 1,288 1,090 6,269 5,434
Customs duties .......................... 1,786 1,593 1,439 1,482 1,456 7,756 8.396
Miscellaneous receipts ................... 2,070 2,496 1,618 2,364 1,517 10,064 10,336
Total-Receipts this year ........... 96,593 90,008 138,271 142,922 89,349 556,143 ......
(On-budget) ........................ 72,200 63,651 110,322 110,615 60,913 417,701 ......
(Off-budget) ........................ 23,393 26,357 27,949 32,307 28,437 138,442 ......
Total-Receipts prior year ........... 89,024 87,673 130,810, 131,801 82,544, ...... 521,851
(On budget) ........................... 65,384 62,083 103,860 101,036 54,405 386.768
(Off budget) ........................... 23,639 25,590 26,950 30,765 28,139 ...... 135,083

Outlays
Legislative Branch ....................... 175 173 158 262 199 967 1,298
The Judiciary ............................ 197 196 226 320 212 1,151 1,058
Executive Office of the President .... 14 14 14 18 15 74 96
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance ..... 120 764 239 138 2,012 3.273 4,140
International Development
Assistance ........................... 801 256 240 585 261 2,143 2,435
Other ... .............................. -199 183 -286 350 67 115 382
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation and
Foreign Agricultural Service ......... 820 2,104 352 112 -31 3,356 8,472
Other ................................... 4,990 4,436 3,888 4,138 3,713 21,165 21.037
Department of Commerce ............... 353 280 250, 363 3071 1 1 1.554 1,479
Department of Defense:
Military:
Military personnel ................... 3,033 5,927 8,009 3,325 5,760 26,054 27,019
Operation and maintenance ........ 5,957 6,721 7,265 7,723 7,579 35,244 36,268
Procurement ........................ 3,616 3,250 3,924 4,579 3,396 18,765 24,084
Research, development, test, and
evaluation ......................... 2,645 2,689 2,905 2,985 2,878 14,102 14.289
Military construction ................ 535 611 635 543 429 2,752 Z478
Family housing ..................... 307 287 296 337 283 1,510 1.345
Revolving and management
funds .............................. 796 1,105 702 -145 182 2,640 -1,243
Other ............................... 381 -328 253, 24 -281 1 1 1 302 -130
Total Military ................... 17,270 20,262 23,988 19,371 20,478 101,369 104,111
Civil .............................. .... 2,660 2,707 2,593 2,718 2,853 13,531 12,982
Department of Education ................ 2,056 2,336 1,891 3,624 2,568 12,475 13,516
Department of Energy ................... 1,495 1,383 1,498 1,139 1,285 6,8W 7,338
Department of Health and Human
Services:
Public Health Service ................. 1,902 1,696 1,478 1,632 1,821 8,530 8.604
Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ..... 7,252 8,071 6,702 6,730 7,411 36,165 35,397
Federal hospital ins. trust fund .... 9,082 9,869 10,302 10,169 10,709 50,132 44,ODD
Federal supp. med. ins. trust
fund ....... ....... .......... 5,367 5,913 6,032 5,758 5,043 28,113 25,653
Other ............................... 3,934 3,792 3,577 6,161 4,814 22,279 17,908
Administration for children and
families ............................... 2,426 2,972 2,607 3,051 2,795 13,851 13,734
Other ....... .......................... -5,545 -5,485 -4,931 -8,049 -6,390 -30,401 -25,473
Department of Housing and Urban
Development .......................... 1,087 2,350 2,701 2,646 2,162 10,947 11,959
Department of the Interior .............. 641 478 Soo 537 625 2,781 3,141
Department of Justice ................... 809 985 837 1,110 932 4,672 4,300
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ............. 1,786 1,864 2,133 2,872 2,596 11,252 10,379
Other ..... .......................... 730 957 298 661 -76 2, 70 2,276
Department of State ................ ... 531 341 439 300 423 2,034 2,681
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ................... 1,632 1,873 1,492 1,315 1,401 7,711 7,614


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Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1996-Continued
(Smillions) __Fiscal Comn
Year parable
classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. TO Period
Dae F.Y.


Outlays-Continued
Other 1..... .... l506 1,427 1,630 1,800 1,578 7,941 8,388
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ...... 21,631 26,006 60,676 20,923 20,977 150,213 141,292
Other ... ......... -30 -1,053 1,146 406 6,870 7,337 4,217
Department of Veterans Affairs:
compensation and pensions 101 1,488 2,911 83 1,561 6,144 5,959
National service life ._ ... ... 75 63 63 83 91 375 368
United States government life ..... 1 1 1 1 1 6 7
Other .... 1,442 1,710 1,441 1,985 1,231 7,808 7,912
Environmental Protection Agency .... 484 538 435 595 526 2,579 2,399
General Services Administration ... 339 389 477 -393 382 1,195 165
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ........ .. 1,128 1,119 973 1,208 1,073 5,500 5,188
Office of Personnel Management .. 3,576 3,418 3.576 3,379 3,252 17,201 16,649
Small Business Administration ...... 16 238 76 -9 23 345 396
Social Security Administration:
Federal old-age and survivors ins.
trust fund (off-budget) ... ....... ... 24,544 24,413 25,064 25,126 25,163 124,309 119,203
Federal disability ins. trust fund (offbudget) ....... ............ 3,516 3,475 3,773 3,581 3,671 18,016 16,713
Other........................... 174 2,233 3,941 254 2,372 8,974 8,802
Independent agencies:
Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp:
Bank insurance fund ........ -609 -69 20 -110 -10 -780 -4,002
Savings association insurance
fund .. .............. -40 -14 -82 -235 -2 -373 -467
FSUC resolution fund:
RTC closeout ............ -1,502 -840 -638 -797 -676 -4,454 -5,748
Other .............. ...... 407 87 -71 -37 -27 359 557
Affordable housing and bank
enterprise ...... _................( ........( (V I(CI ) 1 2
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (offbudget) ................. -374 -618 333 -883 -280 -1,822 -1,582
Payment to the Postal Service
fund......................... 55......5 ...... 3 21 ................................79 84
Oversight Board ...... .. 556 C" I V I("IC) 558 -4
Tennessee Valley Authonity ....... .....123 186 96 106 -108 404 857
Other independent agencies .......... 2,026 1,792 1,069 1,408 1,655 7,951 8,908
Undistributed offsetting receipts.
Employer share, employee
retirement ........... ....-2,404 -2,365 -2,562 -2,491 -2,559 -12,382 -12,471
Interest received by trust funds ........-415 -5,736 -40,465 -65 -1,028 -47,709 -45,283
Rents and royalties on outer
continental shelf lands ........ -361 -200 -121 -322 -295 -1,298 -970
Other ......................())............(.... CI VI...... ...... ____ C___ I ~ C I)

Totals this year
Total outlays ..................... 118,352 128,458 132,984 123,647 133,644 ___ ______ 637,086 ...
(On-budget) .................... 92,151 101,767 121,753 98,056 105,711 ___ ______ 519,439
(Off-budget) .................... 26,201 26,691 11,231 25,591 27,933 __ ______ ___ 117,647 ...
Total-surplus (+) or deficit (-) ...-22,758 -38,450 +5,286 +19,274 -44,295 __ __ -80,943 ...
(On-budget).................... -19,951 -38,116 -11,431 +12,558 -44,799 __ ______ ___ -101,738 ...
(Off-budget) .................... -2,807 -334 +16,717 +6,716 +504 ___ +20,795 ...
Total borrowing from the public ... 13,353 38,339.-18,358 -4,747, 47,022 _______ ___ 75,609 111,970
Total-outlays prior year ........... 120,365 124,915 135,613 1 16.166 120,899 .... ___ ___ ___ 617,959
(On-budge!)..... ................. 95,307 99,464 124,316 90,883 94,421 ...._ ________ ___ ___ 504,391
(Off-budget)....... _...... _...... 25,059 25,452 11,297 25,282 26,478 .... 113,568
Total-surplus (+) or deficit ()prior
year .................. ........ -31,342 -37,242 -4,803 +15,635 -38,355 -______ __________ ___96,107
(On-budget)......... ........_... -29922 -37,381 -20,456 +10,152 -40.016 ...... ____ ____117,622
(Off- budget) ............. ....... .-1,4201 +138 +15,653 +5,483 +1,661 ___ ______ ______ ______ +21,515

No transactions.
) Less than $500,000.
Note: Detais 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 February 29, 1996 [$ millions]

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

Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Beginning Of Close Of
This Year This Month This Month
Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held:
Airport and airway ............................ -398 596 -993 1,850 2,704 -853 11,145 11,492 10,439
Black lung disability .......................... 54 51 3 251 228 23 ...... ...... .....
Federal disability insurance ................... 4,408 3,671 737 22,698 18,016 4,682 35,225 39,212 39,896
Federal employees life and health ........... .... 1. -268 268 ...... -413 413 23,729 23,894 24,157
Federal employees retirement ................ 1,470 3,236 -1,766 20,830 16,388 4,442 374,219 328,805 321,974
Federal hospital insurance ... :--" ... ... 7,558 10,709 -3,150 47,114 50,132 -3,017 129,864 130,649 127,583
Federal old-age and survivors insurance .... 24,650 25,163 -513 138,600 124,309 14,291 447,947 462,720 462.196
Federal supplementary medical insurance ... 6,390 5,043 1,347 29,805 28,113 1,691 13,513 13,328 14.345
Highways ..................................... 1,961 1,875 86 10,021 9,257 764 18,531 19,323 19.648
Military advances ............................. 752 989 -237 6,142 5,902 239 ...... .....
Railroad retirement ........................... 446 691 -244 2,309 3,363 -1,055 14,440 14,836 15,156
Military retirement ............................ 1,510 2,492 -982 21,093 11,856 9,237 112,963 121,836 121.135
Unemployment ................................ 2,622 2,596 25 9,894 11,252 -1,357 47,141 46,056 46.212
Veterans life insurance ....................... 24 125 -101 626 450 177 13,606 13.882 13.772
All other trust ................................. 406 313 93 2,066 1,888 178 14,060 14,535 14,851
Total trust fund receipts and outlays
and investments held from Table 6D .......................................... 51,852 57,281 -5,429 313,299 283,445 29,854 1,256,385 1,240,567 1,231,363
Less: Interfund transactions .................... 8,602 8,602 ...... 96,620 96,620 ......
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 ............................... 43,250 48,679 -5,429 216,679 186,825 29,854
Total Federal fund receipts and outlays .... 48,632 87,498 -38,866 354,817 465,614 -110,797
Less: Interfund transactions .................. 49 49 ...... 162 162 ......
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 ......................... 48,582 87,449 -38,866 354,655 465,452 -110,797
Less: Offsetting proprietary receipts ........... 2,483 2,483 ...... 15,191 15,191 ......
Net budget receipts & outlays ............... 89,349 133,644 -44,295 556,143 637,086 -80,943

... 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, February 1996
and Other Periods
J$ millions]
Fiscal Year Comparable Period
Classification This Month To Date Prior Fiscal Year

RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ........ ............. ......... 40,327 271.061 247.833
Corporation income taxes ......... ....... 1,692 48,745 41,787
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........... 36,011 179,343 175,415
Unemployment insurance ............................. .......... 2,546 8,004 8,251
Other retirement contributions ......................... .... 403 1,875 1,862
Excise taxes ........... ..... ............................ 4,308 23,026 22,537
Estate and gift taxes ........... .......................... ....... 1,090 6,269 5,434
Customs ............. -- ............... ...................... 1,456 7,756 8,396
Miscellaneous ... ............... ........... 1,517 10,064 10,336
Total ......................................................... 89,349 556,143 521,851

NET OUTLAYS
National defense ............ ........... ......... ............ 21,691 106,898 109,516
International affairs ................................... ............. 2,604 6,814 10,021
General science, space, and technology .......................... 1,326 7,037 6,886
Energy ............... .......... ...... ............ ............... 54 844 2,008
Natural resources and environment ... -- ....... ....... 1,817 10,477 10,431
Agriculture .. ....................... ....... .......... 345 4,788 9,084
Commerce and housing credit ....... ........ ........... -1,024 -6,614 -9,930
Transportation ................. ....... ............................ 2,960 15,582 15,841
Community and Regional Development ..... ................... 396 4,346 4,096
Education, training, employment and social services ............. 4,498 21,279 22,241
Health ......... .................................... .............. 9,542 46,621 45,760
Medicare ............. ............................. ...... 14,117 69,718 61,596
Income security ..... ....... -- .... .................. 23,812 93,393 87,665
Social Security ................... ............. I I ................... 28,833 141,994 135,915
Veterans benefits and services .......................... ....... 2,901 14,376 14,310
Administration of justice ... ............................... ......... 1,281 6,801 6,461
General government ............. .................. ............... 1,575 6,319 5,717
Interest ................................. .......................... 19,771 100,092 93,782
Undistributed offsetting receipts ..... ............................. -2,855 -13,680 -13,441
Total ......................................................... 133,644 637,086 617,959


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









































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Explanatory Notes
1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement the employee and credits for whatever purpose the money was withheld.
The Monthly Treasury Statement I'MTS) is assembled from data in the Outlays are stated net of offsetting collections (including receipts of central accounting system. The major sources of data include monthly revolving and management funds) and of refunds. Interest on the public accounting reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily debt (public issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Federal credit reports from the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail accounting programs subject to the Federal Credit Reform Act of 19M use the cash transactions affecting receipts and outlays of the Federal Government basis of accounting and are divided into two components. The portion of and off-budget Federal entities, and their related effect on the assets and the credit activities that involve a cost to the Government (mainly liabilities of the U.S. Government. Information is presented in the MTS on subsidies) is included within the budget program accounts. The remaining a modified cash basis. portion of the credit activities are in non-budget financing accounts.
Outlays of off-budget Federal entities are excluded by law from budget
2. Notes on Receipts totals. However, they are shown separately and combined with the omReceipts included in the report are classified into the following major budget outlays to display total Federal outlays. categories: (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called
applicable receipts). Budget receipts are collections from the public that 4. Processing result from the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental The data on payments and collections are reported by account symbol powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from called governmental receipts, consist mainly of tax receipts (including this system for use in the preparation of the MTS. social insurance taxes), receipts from court fines, certain licenses, and There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System. Refunds of receipts consistency of the data reported: are treated as deductions from gross receipts.
Offsetting collections are from other Government accounts or the 1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported by public that are of a business-type or market-oriented nature. They are Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to the classified into two major categories: (1) offsetting collections credited to payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers. appropriations or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts 2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on deposited in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by fund accounts normally can be used without appropriation action by Federal Reserve banks. Congress. These occur in two instances: (1) when authorized by law,
amounts collected for materials or services are treated as reimburse- 5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government ments to appropriations and (2) in the three types of revolving funds Financial Activities (public enterprise, intergovernmental, and trust); collections are netted
against spending, and outlays are reported as the net amount. e A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, January
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being 1993 (Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, P.O. Box 6015, appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories: (1) proprietary Gaithersburg, Md. 20877). This glossary provides a basic reference receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against document of standardized definitions of terms used by the Federal outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovemmentall funds- Government in the budgetmaking process. these are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropriation or funds accounts. They finance operations within and between 9 Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. Government agencies and are credited with collections from other 20402, on a subscription basis only). The Da* Treasury Statement is Government accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the published each working day of the Federal Government and provides data payment and receipt both occur within the budget or from receipts from on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury. off-budget Federal entities in those cases where payment is made by a
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Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories: only). This publication provides detailed information concerning the public
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Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 19
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by off-budget Federal entities) as employers into employees retirement -Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19 funds, (2) interest received by trust funds, (3) rents and royalties on the -The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19 Outer Continental Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i.e., interest collected -Special Analyses on Outer Continental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money is -Historical Tables transferred into the budget). -Management of the United States Government
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3. Notes on Outlays
Outlays are generally accounted for on the basis of checks issued, United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available electronic funds transferred, or cash payments made. Certain outlays do from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury, not require issuance of cash or checks. An example is charges made Washington, D.C. 20227). This annual report represents budgetary against appropriations for that part of employees' salaries withheld for results at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt taxes or savings bond allotments these are counted as payments to and appropriation accounts at the detail level.



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