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BUDGET
OF THE

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT
FISCAL YEAR 1993




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GENERAL NOTES
1. All years referred to are fiscal years, unless otherwise noted.
2. Detail in the tables, text, and charts of this volume may not add to the totals due
to rounding.
3. The details of the President's Comprehensive Health Reform Plan are not included in this document. Detailed tables showing the budgetary effects of the
Plan—which will meet the pay-as-you-go requirements of the Budget Enforcement Act—will be provided in early February 1992.
4. A separate document containing the Historical Tables, detailed budget estimates
for the Department of Defense, and other materials will be published in mid-February 1992.




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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part One. AGENDA FOR GROWTH AND PRIORITIES
FOR THE FUTURE




Page

1. The Budget Message of the President

1-1

2. Director's Introduction (and Overview Tables)

1-5

3. Economic Assumptions and Sensitivities

1-33

Investing in the Future
4. Reforming American Education and Investing in Human Capital

1-45

5. Focusing on Prevention and the Next Generation

1-67

6. Enhancing Research and Development and Expanding the Human Frontier

1-85

7. Improving Transportation and Other Infrastructure

1-147

8. Providing Hope to Distressed Communities

1-163

9. Ending the Scourge of Drugs and Crime

1-187

10. Preserving America's Heritage, Protecting the Environment, and Providing
for a More Secure Energy Future
1-205
11. Preserving National Security and Advancing America's Interests Abroad

1-237

Addressing Inherited Claims and Hidden Liabilities
12. Modernizing the Financial Services Sector

1-255

13. Identifying Long-Term Obligations and Reducing Underwriting Risks

1-265

14. Accounting for Federal Borrowing and Debt

1-285

Managing for Integrity and Efficiency
15. Strengthening Management and Accountability

1-305

16. Increasing Returns on Investment

1-365

17. Reforming Regulation and Managing Risk Reduction

1-395

18. Improving the Budget Process

1-407

Advancing States as Laboratories
19. Encouraging Experimentation

1-415

20. Reporting on Variation and Innovation

1-423

21. Providing Federal Aid to State and Local Governments

1-433

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Part Two. RECEIPTS

Page

22. Receipts

2-1

23. User Fees and Other Collections

2-13

24. Tax Expenditures

2-21

Part Three. ALTERNATIVE BUDGET PRESENTATIONS
25. Introduction to Alternative Budget Presentations

3-1

26. Generational Accounts Presentation

3-5

27. National Income and Product Account Presentation

3-15

28. Trust Funds and Federal Funds Presentation

3-21

29. Physical and Other Capital Presentation

3-33

30. General Accounting Office Preferred Presentation

3-51

31. State-Type Presentation

3-55

32. Operating, Retirement, and Debt and Interest Presentation

3-59

APPENDICES
Appendix One. Federal Programs by Function, Agency, and Account
SUMMARY INFORMATION

1. Federal Programs by Function
2. Federal Programs by Agency and Account

1-1
1-17

3. Federal Credit Programs

1-123

4. Federal Employment

1-137

5. Relationship of Budget Authority to Outlays

1-141

6. Comparison of Actual and Estimated Totals for 1991

1-143

7. Off-Budget Federal Entities

1-147

DETAILED BUDGET ESTIMATES

8. Explanation of estimates and governmentwide general provisions

1-151

9. Legislative Branch

1-161

10. The Judiciary
11. Executive Office of the President

1-215

13. Department of Agriculture

1-253

14. Department of Commerce

1-373

15. Department of Defense—Civil

1-407

16. Department of Education

1-425

17. Department of Energy

1-459

18. Department of Health and Human Services, except Social Security

1-493

19. Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security

1-527

20. Department of Housing and Urban Development




1-201

12. Funds appropriated to the President

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1-191

1-531

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21. Department of the Interior

1-573

22. Department of Justice

1-643

23. Department of Labor

1-675

24. Department of State

1-701

25. Department of Transportation

1-719

26. Department of the Treasury

1-781

27. Department of Veterans Affairs

1-817

28. Environmental Protection Agency

1-865

29. General Services Administration

1-877

30. National Aeronautics and Space Administration

1-895

31. Office of Personnel Management

1-901

32. Small Business Administration

1-911

33. Other independent agencies

1-923

34. Proposed Revisions in Budget Authority—Including Supplemental and
Rescissions
1-1053
35. Estimates for Government-Sponsored Enterprises

1-1061

Appendix Two. Budget Enforcement Act Preview Report and Current
Services Estimates
36. Budget Enforcement Act Preview Report
37. Current Services Estimates

2-3
2-11

Appendix Three. Glossary, List of Charts and Tables, and Index




Glossary of Budget Terms

3-3

List of Charts and Tables

3-9

OMB Contributors to the 1993 Budget

3-21

Index

3-25

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