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FISCAL YEAR 1992







HISTORICAL TABLES




Contents of the Historical Tables
Page

Introduction .........................................................................................................................................................................

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Section Notes .......................................................................................................................................................................

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Section 1—Overview of Federal Government Finances .....................................................................................................
Table 1.1—Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and Surpluses or Deficits: 1789-1996 ...................................................
Table 1.2—Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and Surpluses or Deficits (-) as Percentages of GNP: 1934-1996 .......
Table 1.3—Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and Surpluses or Deficits (-) in Current Dollars, Constant (FY 1982)
Dollars, and as Percentages of GNP: 1940-1996 .....................................................................................................
Table 1.4—On-Budget Receipts, Outlays, and Surpluses or Deficits (-) by Fund Group: 1934-1996 ......................

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Section 2—Composition of Federal Government Receipts .................................................................................................
Table 2.1—Receipts by Source: 1934-1996 .................................................................................................................
Table 2.2—Percentage Composition of Receipts by Source: 1934-1996 .....................................................................
Table 2.3—Receipts by Source as Percentages of GNP: 1934-1996 ...........................................................................
Table 2.4—Composition of Social Insurance Taxes and Contributions and of Excise Taxes: 1940-1996 ................
Table 2.5—Composition of “Other Receipts”: 1940-1996 ...........................................................................................

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Section 3—Federal Government Outlays by Function.......................................................................................................
Table 3.1—Outlays by Superfunction and Function: 1940-1996 ...............................................................................
Table 3.2—Outlays by Function and Subfunction, 1962-1996 ..................................................................................

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Section 4—Federal Government Outlays by Agency..........................................................................................................
Table 4.1—Outlays by Agency: 1962-1996 .................................................................................................................
Table 4.2—Percentage Distribution of Outlays by Agency: 1962-1996 .....................................................................

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Section 5—Budget Authority (On-and Off-Budget) ............................................................................................................
Table 5.1—Budget Authority by Function and Subfunction: 1976-1996 ...................................................................
Table 5.2—Budget Authority by Agency: 1976-1996 ..................................................................................................
Table 5.3—Percentage Distribution of Budget Authority by Agency: 1976-1996 .....................................................

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Section 6—Composition of Federal Government Outlays ..................................................................................................
Table 6.1—Composition of Outlays: 1940-1996 (In Current Dollars, as Percentages of Total Outlays, as Percent­
ages of GNP, and in Constant (FY 1982) Dollars)...................................................................................................

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Section 7—Federal Debt ......................................................................................................................................................
Table 7.1—Federal Debt at the End of Year: 1940-1996 ...........................................................................................
Table 7.2—Debt Subject to Statutory Limit: 1940-1996 ............................................................................................
Table 7.3—Statutory Limits on Federal Debt: 1940-Current.....................................................................................

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Section 8—Outlays by Budget Enforcement Act Categories ..................................................................... ........................
Table 8.1—Outlays by Budget Enforcement Act Categories: 1962-1996 ...................................................................
Table 8.2—Outlays by Mandatory and Related Programs: 1962-1996 ......................................................................
Table 8.3—Outlays for Discretionary Programs: 1962-1996 ......................................................................................

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Section 9—Federal Government Outlays for Major Physical Capital Investment ...........................................................
Table 9.1—Outlays for Major Physical Capital Investment in Current and Constant (FY 1982) Dollars:
1940-1992 .................................................................................................................................................................
Table 9.2—Outlays for Major Physical Capital Investment in Percentage Terms: 1940-1992 ................................
Table 9.3—National Defense Outlays for Major Public Direct Physical Capital Investment: 1941-1992 ...............
Table 9.4—Nondefense Outlays for Major Public Direct Physical Capital Investment: 1941-1992 .........................
Table 9.5—Composition of Outlays for Grants for Major Public Physical Capital Investment: 1941-1992 .............
Table 9.6—Outlays for Major Public Physical Capital Investment in Constant (FY 1982) Dollars: 1940-1992 ......

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Section 10—Federal Government Outlays for the Conduct of Research and Development...............................................
Table 10.1—Summary of Outlays for the Conduct of Research and Development: 1949-1992 (In Current Dollars,
as Percentages of Total Outlays, as Percentages of GNP and in Constant (FY 1982) Dollars) ............................
Table 10.2—Composition of Outlays for the Conduct of Research and Development: 1949-1992 ...........................

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Section 11—Federal Government Payments for Individuals ............................................................................................
Table 11.1—Summary Comparison of Outlays for Payments for Individuals: 1940-1996 (In Current Dollars, as
Percentages of Total Outlays, as Percentages of GNP, and in Constant (FY 1982) Dollars) ................................
Table 11.2—Functional Composition of Outlays for Payments for Individuals: 1940-1996 .....................................
Table 11.3—Outlays for Payments for Individuals by Category and Major Program: 1940-1996 ...........................




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Contents of the Historical Tables—Continued
Page

Section 12—Federal Grants To State and Local Governments..................................................................................................... 132
Table 12.1—Summary Comparison of Total Outlays for Grants to State and Local Governments: 1940-1996 (in
Current Dollars, as Percentages of Total Outlays, as Percentages of GNP, and in Constant (FY 1982) Dollars)
132
Table 12.2—Total Outlays for Grants to State and Local Governments, by Function and Fund Group: 1940-1996
134
Table 12.3—Total Outlays for Grants to State and Local Governments, by Function, Agency, and Program:
1940-1996 .................................................................................................................................................................. ........... 138
Section 13—Social Security and Medicare ..................................................................................................................................... 165
Table 13.1—Cash Income, Outgo, and Balances of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds: 1936-1996 ................ 165
Section 14—Federal Sector Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts........................................................... 174
Table 14.1—Federal Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts for Federal Fiscal Years:
1947-1992 .................................................................................................................................................................. ........... 174
Table 14.2—Federal Transactions in the National Income and Product Accounts as Percentages of GNP for Fed­
eral Fiscal Years: 1947-1992 ................................................................................................................................................ 176
Section 15—Total (Federal and State and Local) Government Finances.......................................................................... ........... 178
Table 15.1—Total Government Receipts in Absolute Amounts and as Percentages of GNP: 1947-1990 ............................ 178
Table 15.2—Total Government Expenditures: 1947-1990 ..................................................................................................... 179
Table 15.3—Total Government Expenditures as Percentages of GNP: 1947-1990 .............................................................. 180
Table 15.4—Total Government Expenditures by Major Category of Expenditure: 1947-1990 ................................. ........... 181
Table 15.5—Total Government Expenditures by Major Category of Expenditure as Percentages of GNP:
1947-1990 .................................................................................................................................................................. ........... 182
Table 15.6—Total Government Surpluses or Deficits (-) in Absolute Amounts and as Percentages of GNP:
1947-1990 .................................................................................................................................................................. ........... 183




HISTORICAL TABLES
INTRODUCTION
Historical Tables is designed to provide budget users
with a wide range of data on Federal Government fi­
nances. In many cases, the data cover all years from
1940 to the estimates for 1996. Additionally, Section
1 provides data on receipts, outlays, and surpluses and
deficits for 1934-1939 and for earlier multi-year peri­
ods.

Structure
This document is composed of 15 sections, each of
which has one or more tables. Each section covers a
common theme. Section 1, for example, provides an
overview on the budget and off-budget totals, Section
2 provides tables on receipts by source, and Section
3 shows outlays by function. The purpose of this set
of tables is to present a broad range of historical budg­
etary data in one convenient reference source and to
provide relevant comparisons most likely to be of assist­
ance. The most common comparisons are in terms of
proportions (e.g., each major receipt category as per­
centages of total receipts and of the gross national prod­
uct).
Section notes explain the nature of the activities cov­
ered by the tables in that section. The first time any
new budget concept is introduced, the covering notes
provide a nontechnical definition of the concept. When­
ever it appears that some additional descriptive infor­
mation would be useful, this information is also in­
cluded. Explanations are generally not repeated, but
there are occasional cross-references to related mate­
rials. When a section contains several tables, the gen­
eral rule is to start with tables showing the broadest
overview data and then work down to more detailed
tables.
Because of the numerous changes in the way budget
data have been presented over time, there are inevi­
table difficulties in trying to produce comparable data
to cover so many years. The general rule underlying
all of these tables is to provide data in as meaningful
and comparable a fashion as possible. To the extent
feasible, the data are presented on a basis consistent
with current budget concepts. When a structural change
is made, insofar as possible the data are adjusted for
all years. No major structural changes were made in
the 1991 or 1990 budgets. However, an example of the
application of this rule comes from the 1989 budget.
Prior to the 1989 budget one major function was enti­
tled “general purpose fiscal assistance.” The principal
component of that function—indeed, the reason that
function was of sufficient importance to be a separate
major function—was the general revenue sharing pro­
gram. General revenue sharing started in 1963 and
its last significant outlays were in 1986. With the aboli­




tion of general revenue sharing, in the 1989 budget
the general purpose fiscal assistance function was con­
verted from being a separate major function to being
a subfunction in the general government function. The
data base incorporates the general purpose fiscal activi­
ties as a subfunction of the general government func­
tion for all years—not just since the abolition of general
revenue sharing.
In November 1990, the President signed the Omnibus
Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990. Part of this legisla­
tion was the Budget Enforcement Act, which not only
provided new enforcement mechanisms, but also in­
cluded significant changes in budget concepts. The
major conceptual change is in the measurement of Fed­
eral credit activity in the budget. Under the new law,
only the subsidy cost (the cost to the Government, in­
cluding the cost associated with loan defaults) of direct
loans or loan guarantees is to be recorded as budget
authority and outlays. The remaining financial trans­
actions are to be recorded as means of financing items.
The new law will be effective for direct loan obligations
and loan guarantee commitments made in 1992 and
beyond. Unfortunately, the historical data could not be
converted to this new measurement basis. Thus, data
prior to 1992 are on a cash flow or pre-credit reform
basis. Data for 1992 and beyond are on a cash flow
basis for obligations and commitments made in earlier
years, but reflect the subsidy cost or post-credit reform
concepts for the forty or so budget program accounts
providing direct loans or loan guarantees.

Coverage
The Federal Government has used the unified budget
concept as the foundation for its budgetary analysis
and presentation since the 1969 budget. The basic
guidelines for the unified budget were presented in the
Report of the President’s Commission on Budget Con­
cepts (October 1967). The Commission recommended
that the budget include all Federal fiscal activities un­
less there are exceptionally persuasive reasons for ex­
clusion. Nevertheless, from the very beginning some
programs were perceived as warranting special treat­
ment. Indeed, the Commission itself recommended a
bifurcated presentation: a “unified budget” composed of
an “expenditure account” and a “loan account.” The
distinction between the expenditure account and the
loan account proved to be confusing and caused consid­
erable complication in the budget for little benefit. As
a result, this distinction was eliminated starting with
the 1974 budget. However, even prior to the 1974 budg­
et, the Export-Import Bank had been excluded by law
from the budget totals, and other exclusions followed.
The structure of the budget was gradually revised to
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show the off-budget transactions in many locations
along with the on-budget transactions, and the off-budg­
et amounts were added to the on-budget amounts in
order to show total Federal spending.
The Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control
Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177) repealed the off-budget
status of all then existing off-budget entities, but it
included a provision immediately moving the Federal
old-age, survivors, and disability insurance funds (col­
lectively known as social security) off-budget. To con­
form with the rule that the historical data provide a
consistent time series, the budget historical data show
social security off-budget for all years since its incep­
tion, and show all formerly off-budget entities on-budget
for all years. Subsequent law removed the Postal Serv­
ice fund off-budget, starting in fiscal year 1989. Prior
to that year, the Postal Service fund is shown on-budg­
et.
Though social security and the Postal Service are
now off-budget they continue to be Federal programs.
Indeed, social security currently accounts for around
one-third of all Federal receipts and one-quarter of all
Federal spending. Hence, the budget documents include
these funds, and focus on the Federal totals that com­
bine the on-budget and off-budget amounts. Various
budget tables and charts show total Federal receipts,
outlays, and surpluses and deficits, and divide these
totals between the portions that are off-budget (the two
social security trust funds and the Postal Service fund)
and the remainder of Federal transactions, all of which
are on-budget.

1989 Outlays and Deficit
The outlay and deficit totals for 1989 published in
the 1991 budget have been increased from $1,142.6 bil­
lion and $152.0 billion to $1,144.1 billion and $153.4
billion, respectively. The 1989 data in the 1991 budget
has been updated to reflect revised reporting of 1989
transactions to the Treasury by several agencies, main­
ly the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC), the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation’s (FDIC) Bank Insur­
ance Fund (BIF) and FSLIC Resolution Fund (FRF),
and the National Archives and Records Administration
(NARA). FRF outlays have been increased by $7 million
in 1988 and $1,365 million in 1989. RTC outlays have
been increased by $64 million in 1989 and BIF outlays
have been increased by $63 million in 1989. NARA
outlays for 1989 were reduced by $55 million. Correc­
tion of an error in the 1991 budget reporting of 1989
actuals reduces 1989 net outlays for the James Madison
Memorial Fellowship Foundation in subfunction 502 by
$10 million. Miscellaneous governmental receipts for
that year are reduced by $10 million and other Federal
fund excise tax receipts are increased by $10 million.
Total governmental receipts are unchanged.

Note on the Fiscal Year
The Federal fiscal year begins on October 1 and ends
on the subsequent September 30. It is designated by
the year in which it ends; for example, fiscal year 1990
began on October 1, 1989, and ended on September




30, 1990. Prior to fiscal year 1977 the Federal fiscal
years began on July 1 and ended on June 30. In cal­
endar year 1976 the July-September period was a sepa­
rate accounting period (known as the transition quarter
or TQ) to bridge the period required to shift to the
new fiscal year.

Notes on Section 1 (Overview of Federal
Government Finances)
This section provides an overall perspective on total,
on-budget, and off-budget receipts, outlays (spending),
and surpluses or deficits. Tables 1.1 and 1.2 have iden­
tical structures; 1.1 shows the data in millions of dol­
lars, while 1.2 shows the same data as percentages
of the gross national product (GNP). For all the histori­
cal tables fiscal year GNP is used to calculate percent­
ages of GNP. The fiscal year GNP data are shown
in Table 1.2.
Table 1.3 shows total Federal receipts, outlays, and
surpluses or deficits in current dollars, constant dollars,
and as percentages of GNP. Table 6.1 provides a
disaggregation of the constant dollar outlays.
Concepts Relevant to Tables in this Section
Budget (or “on-budget”) receipts constitute the income
side of the budget; they are composed almost entirely
of taxes or other compulsory payments to the Govern­
ment. Any income from business-type activities (e.g.,
interest income or sale of electric power), and any in­
come by Government accounts arising from payments
by other Government accounts is offset in computing
budget outlays (spending). This method of accounting
permits users to easily identify the size and trends
in Federal taxes and other compulsory income, and in
Federal spending financed from taxes, other compulsory
income, or borrowing. Budget surplus refers to any ex­
cess of budget receipts over budget outlays, while budg­
et deficit refers to any excess of budget outlays over
budget receipts.
The terms off-budget receipts, off-budget outlays, offbudget surpluses, and off-budget deficits refer to similar
categories for off-budget activities. The sum of the onbudget and off-budget transactions constitute the con­
solidated or total Federal Government transactions.
Table 1.4 shows on-budget receipts, outlays, and sur­
pluses or deficits by fund group. The budget is com­
posed of two principal fund groups—Federal funds and
trust funds. Normally, whenever data are shown by
fund group, any payments from programs in one fund
group into receipt accounts of the other are shown as
outlays of the paying fund and receipts of the collecting
fund. When the two fund groups are aggregated to ar­
rive at budget totals these interfund transactions are
deducted from both receipts and outlays in order to
arrive at transactions with the public. Table 1.4 shows
the application of this rule to the on-budget accounts.
This rule was modified with regard to payments from
on-budget to off-budget accounts, and vice versa, and,
therefore, the off-budget amounts are not shown in
table 1.4. so normal accounting can be followed. In
other tables, if the normal accounting had been fol­

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lowed, the collections arising from payments from onbudget Federal funds to the off-budget funds and from
off-budget funds to on-budget Federal funds would have
been recorded as off- or on-budget receipts. A special
deduction would be needed to eliminate this double­
count when the on-budget and off-budget totals were
combined. To avoid this complication, collections by offbudget accounts from on-budget, and vice versa, are
all offset (deducted) in computing the outlays of the
receiving side, thereby allowing the addition of on- and
off-budget receipts and on- and off-budget outlays with­
out double counting and without any further adjust­
ments.
The term trust fund as used in Federal budget ac­
counting is frequently misunderstood. In private ac­
counting, “trust” refers to funds of one party held by
a second party (the trustee) in a fiduciary capacity.
In the Federal budget, the term “trust fund” means
only that the law requires that funds must be ac­
counted for separately and used only for specified pur­
poses, and the account in which the funds are deposited
is designated by law as being a “trust fund.” A change
in law may change the future receipts and the terms
under which the fund’s resources are spent. The deter­
mining factor as to whether a particular fund is des­
ignated as a “Federal” fund or “trust” fund is the law
governing the fund.
The largest trust funds are for retirement and social
insurance (e.g., civil service and military retirement,
social security, medicare, and unemployment benefits),
financed largely by social insurance taxes and con­
tributions and payments from the general fund (the
main component of Federal funds). However, there are
also major trust funds for transportation (highway and
airport and airways) and for deposit insurance (Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation) programs that are fi­
nanced by user charges. The term user charge refers
to a charge for services rendered.
The budget documents do not separately show user
charges, but frequently there is confusion between the
concept of user charges and the concept of offsetting
collections. User charges are charges for services ren­
dered. Such charges may take the form of taxes (budget
receipts), such as highway excise taxes used to finance
the highway trust fund. They may also take the form
of business-type charges, in which case they are off­
setting collections—offset against budget outlays rather
than being recorded as budget receipts. Examples of
such charges are the proceeds from the sale of electric
power by the Tennessee Valley Authority and voluntary
medical insurance premiums paid to the supplementary
medical insurance trust fund. User charges may go to
the general fund of the Treasury or they may be “ear­
marked”. If the funds are earmarked it means the col­
lections are separately identified and used for a speci­
fied purpose—they are not commingled (in an account­
ing sense) with any other money. This does not mean
the money is actually kept in a separate bank account
(all money in the Treasury is merged for efficient cash
management), but any earmarked funds are accounted
for in such a way that the balances are always identifi­




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able and available for the stipulated purposes. The Fed­
eral funds grouping includes all receipts and outlays
not specified by law as being trust funds.
All Federal funds (except for the Postal Service fund
starting with fiscal year 1989) are on-budget; while
most trust funds are on-budget, as explained in the
general notes above, the two social security trust funds
are shown off-budget for all years.

Notes on Section 2 (Composition of Federal
Government Receipts)
Section 2 provides historical information on budget
and off-budget receipts. Table 2.1 shows total receipts
divided into five major categories; it also shows the
split between on-budget and off-budget receipts. Table
2.2 shows the receipts by major category as percentages
of total receipts, while Table 2.3 shows the same cat­
egories of receipts as percentages of the gross national
product (GNP). Table 2.4 disaggregates two of the
major receipts categories: social insurance taxes and
contributions and excise taxes, and Table 2.5
disaggregates the “other receipts” category. While the
focus of the section is on total Federal receipts, auxil­
iary data show the amounts of trust fund money in
each category, so it is possible to readily distinguish
the Federal fund and trust fund portions.
Notes on Section 3 (Federal Government
Outlays by Function)
Section 3 displays Federal Government outlays (onbudget and off-budget) according to their functional
classification. The functional structure is divided into
18 broad areas (functions) that provide a coherent and
comprehensive basis for analyzing the budget. Each
function, in turn, is divided into basic groupings of pro­
grams entitled subfunctions. The structure has two ad­
ditional categories—allowances and undistributed off­
setting receipts—that are not functions but are required
in order to cover the entire budget. At times a more
summary presentation of functional data is needed; the
data by “superfunction” is produced to satisfy this need.
Table 3.1 provides outlays by superfunction and func­
tion while Table 3.2 shows outlays by function and
subfunction.
No major changes were made in the functional struc­
ture for the 1992 budget. However, a new subfunction—
deposit insurance (373)—was created to bring together
the various accounts directly related to providing Fed­
eral insurance of deposits in financial institutions that
were formerly in separate subfunctions (within the
Commerce and Housing Credit function (370)). Other
significant changes in functional classification for the
1992 budget include:
• A consolidation of the Department of Education’s
program administration amounts under subfunction 503, research and general education aids.
Previously, these amounts were split into several
subfunctions within Function 500, Education,
Training and Employment, and Social Services;
• A reclassification of several small accounts within
the Treasury Department’s Customs Services from

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the General Government (800) function to the Ad­
ministration of Justice (750) function, consistent
with the law enforcement activities these funds
support; and
• A reclassification of payments to the Resolution
Trust Corporation and to the Farm Credit System
Financial Assistance Corporation for payment of
interest on debt to subfunction 908 (other interest)
from subfunctions 371 and 351, respectively.
In arraying data on a functional basis, budget author­
ity and outlays are classified according to the primary
purpose of the activity. To the extent feasible, this clas­
sification is made without regard to agency or organiza­
tional distinctions. Classifying each activity solely in
the function that defines its most important purpose—
even though many activities serve more than one pur­
pose—permits adding the budget authority and outlays
of each function to obtain the budget totals. For exam­
ple, Federal spending for medicaid constitutes a health
care program, but it also constitutes a form of income
security benefits. However, the spending cannot be
counted in both functions; since the main purpose of
medicaid is to finance the health care of the bene­
ficiaries, this program is classified in the “health” func­
tion. Section 3 provides data on budget outlays by func­
tion, while Section 5 provides comparable data on budg­
et authority.

Notes on Section 4 (Federal Government
Outlays by Agency)
Section 4 displays Federal Government outlays (onand off-budget) by agency. Table 4.1 shows the dollar
amounts of such outlays, and Table 4.2 shows the per­
centage distribution. The outlays by agency are based
upon the agency structure currently in effect. For exam­
ple, the Department of Education was established by
legislation enacted in 1979. However, these data show
the Department of Education spending for all years,
including education spending that was in other agencies
in earlier years.
Notes on Section 5 (Budget Authority—On- and
Off-Budget)
Section 5 provides data on budget authority (BA).
BA is the authority provided by law for agencies to
obligate the Government to spend. Because of its het­
erogeneity, BA does not always constitute a stream of
resources closely related to an associated stream of
spending (budget or off-budget outlays). Table 5.1 shows
BA by function and subfunction, starting with 1976.
Table 5.2 provides the same information by agency,
and Table 5.3 provides a percentage distribution of BA
by agency.
The data in these tables were compiled using the
same methods used for the budget historical tables for
receipts and outlays (i.e., to the extent feasible, changes
in classification are reflected retroactively so the data
show the same stream of transactions in the same loca­
tion for all years). However, BA is heterogeneous in
nature, varying significantly from one program to an­
other. As a result, it is not additive—either across pro­




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grams or agencies for a year or, in many cases, for
an agency or program across a series of years—in the
same sense that budget receipts and budget outlays
are additive. The following are examples of different
kinds of BA and the manner in which there are large
divergences between the creation and use of BA.
• BA and outlays for each year may be exactly the
same (e.g., interest on the public debt).
• All income to a fund (e.g., the social security trust
funds) may be permanently appropriated as BA;
as long as the fund has adequate resources, there
is no further relationship between the BA and
outlays.
• For each year the Congress may appropriate a
large quantity of BA that will be spent over a
subsequent period of years (e.g., many defense
procurement contracts and major construction pro­
grams).
• Some BA (e.g., the salaries and expenses of an
operating agency) is made available only for a
year and any portion not obligated during that
year lapses (i.e., it ceases to be available to be
obligated).
• Revolving funds may operate spending programs
indefinitely with no new infusion of BA, other
than the permanent BA to spend offsetting collec­
tions.
• BA may be enacted with the expectation it is un­
likely ever to be used (e.g., standby borrowing au­
thority).
• In the past, the Federal Financing Bank (FFB)
was conducted as a revolving fund, making direct
loans to the public or purchasing loan assets from
other funds or accounts. Each new loan by the
FFB required new BA. In many cases, if the same
loan were made by the account being serviced by
the FFB, the loan could be financed from off­
setting collections and no new BA would be re­
corded. Under terms of the 1985 legislation mov­
ing the FFB on-budget, the FFB ceased to make
direct loans to the public. Instead, it makes loans
to the accounts it services, and these accounts,
in turn, make the loans to the public. Such loans
could be made from new BA or other obligational
authority available to the parent account. These
tables have not been reconstructed to shift BA
previously scored in the FFB to the parent ac­
counts, because there is no technical way to
reconfigure the data.
• BA in four trust funds (the Federal hospital insur­
ance trust fund (HI), the supplementary medical
insurance trust fund (SMI), the unemployment
trust fund (UI), and the railroad retirement ac­
count) is to be measured on a basis different from
other trust funds. For most trust funds, budget
authority is the total income to the fund. However,
for these four, budget authority is an estimate
of the obligations to be incurred during the fiscal
year for benefit payments, administration, and
other expenses of the fund.

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• Although major changes in the way BA is meas­
ured for credit programs (beginning in 1992) re­
sult from the Budget Enforcement Act, these ta­
bles could not be reconstructed to show revised
BA figures for 1991 and prior years on the new
basis.
As a result of the diverse nature of BA, it is difficult
to conceptualize what the BA total means for a single
year, or to determine the significance of a change in
total BA from one year to the next. Sometimes it is
meaningful to compare the BA for one function or sub­
function with that for another function or subfunction,
but often it is not. It is also generally not meaningful
to compare BA for a particular function or subfunction
with total BA. Additionally, since some BA lapses with­
out being used and some BA is standby and never
used, it is impossible to add the BA for a period of
years in a meaningful manner in the same sense that
receipts or outlays can be added over a period of years.
Despite these qualifications and drawbacks, there is
a desire for historical data on BA, and this section
has been developed to meet that desire.

Notes on Section 6 (Composition of Federal
Government Outlays)
The “composition” categories in this section divide
total outlays (including social security) into national
defense and nondefense components, and then disaggre­
gate the nondefense spending into several parts:
• Payments for individuals: These are Federal Gov­
ernment spending programs designed to transfer
income (in cash or in kind) to individuals or fami­
lies. To the extent feasible, this category does not
include reimbursements for current service ren­
dered (e.g., salaries and interest). The payments
may be in the form of cash or may take the form
of the provision of services or the payment of bills
for activities largely financed from personal in­
come. They include outlays for the provision of
medical care (in veterans hospitals, for example)
and for the payment of medical bills (e.g., medi­
care). They also include subsidies to reduce the
cost of housing below market rates, and food and
nutrition assistance (such as food stamps). The
data base, while not precise, provides a reasonable
perspective of the size and composition of income
support transfers within any particular year and
trends over time. Section 11 disaggregates the
components of this category. The data in Section
6 show a significant amount of payments for indi­
viduals takes the form of grants to State and local
governments to finance benefits for the ultimate
recipients. These grants include medicaid, some
food and nutrition assistance, and a significant
portion of the housing assistance payments. Sec­
tions 11 and 12 provide a more detailed disaggre­
gation of this spending.
• All other grants to State and local governments:
This category is composed of the Federal non­
defense grants to State and local governments




other than grants defined as payments for individ­
uals. Section 12 disaggregates this spending.
• Net interest: This category is composed of all
spending (including offsetting receipts) included in
the functional category “net interest.” Most spend­
ing for net interest is paid to the public as interest
on the Federal debt. As shown in Table 3.2, net
interest includes, as an offset, significant amounts
of interest income.
• All other: This category is composed of all remain­
ing Federal spending (and offsetting receipts) ex­
cept for the offsetting receipts included in the cat­
egory “undistributed offsetting receipts.” It in­
cludes all Federal loan activities and most Federal
spending for foreign assistance, farm price sup­
ports, medical and other scientific research, and,
in general, Federal direct program operations.
• Undistributed offsetting receipts: This is function
950 as shown in the functional tables. Additional
details on its composition can be found at the
end of Table 3.2.
Table 6.1 shows these outlays in current dollars, in
constant dollars, the percentage distribution of current
dollar outlays, and the current dollar outlays as per­
centages of GNP. The term “constant dollars” means
the amounts of money that would have had to be spent
in each year if, on average, the unit cost of everything
purchased within that category each year (including
purchases financed by income transfers, interest, etc.)
were the same as in the base year (1982). The adjust­
ments to constant dollars are made by applying a series
of price deflators to the current dollar data base. The
composite deflator is used to produce estimates of con­
stant dollar receipts, and is published in Table 1.3.
The separate deflators used for these calculations are
not published, but are available upon request. Requests
should be sent to Historical Tables, Office of Manage­
ment and Budget, Room 6025, NEOB, Washington, DC
20503.

Notes on Section 7 (Federal Debt)
This section provides information about Federal debt.
Table 7.1 contains data on gross Federal debt and its
major components in terms of both the amount of debt
outstanding at the end of each year and that amount
as a percentage of fiscal year GNP. Gross Federal debt
is the broadest measure of Federal debt commonly used.
It is composed both of Federal debt held (owned) by
the public and Federal debt held by Federal Govern­
ment accounts. The largest Federal Government ac­
counts that hold Federal debt securities are the civil
service and military retirement, unemployment, social
security, and medicare trust funds. However, significant
amounts are also held by some other Government ac­
counts, such as the Bank Insurance Fund and the high­
way trust fund.
Federal debt held by the public is gross Federal debt
less that portion held by Federal Government accounts.
“The public” includes any person or institution other
than Federal Government accounts—for example, indi­
viduals, private banks and insurance companies, the

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Federal Reserve Banks, and foreign central banks.
Table 7.1 divides debt held by the public between that
amount held by the Federal Reserve Banks and the
remainder. The Federal Reserve Banks, while not part
of the Government, are the central banking system for
the Nation. Their holdings of Federal debt arise from
their role as the country’s central bank, and the size
of these holdings has a major impact on the Nation’s
money supply. Since the Federal budget does not fore­
cast Federal Reserve monetary policy, it does not pro­
ject future changes in the amounts of Federal debt that
will be held by the Federal Reserve Banks. Hence, the
split of debt held by the public into that portion held
by the Federal Reserve Banks and the remainder is
provided only for past years. Table 2.5 shows deposits
of earnings by the Federal Reserve System. Most inter­
est paid by Treasury on debt held by the Federal Re­
serve Banks is returned to the Treasury as deposits
of earnings, which are counted as budget receipts.
As a result of a conceptual revision in the quantifica­
tion of Federal debt, the data on debt held by the public
and gross Federal debt—but only a small part of debt
held by Government accounts—were revised back to
1956 in the 1990 budget. The total revision was rel­
atively small—a change of under one percent of the
recorded value of the debt—but the revised basis is
more consistent with the quantification of interest out­
lays, and provides a more meaningful measure of Fed­
eral debt. The change converted most debt held by the
public from par value to accrual value (sales price plus
amortized discount).
Table 7.2 shows the end-of-year amounts of Federal
debt subject to the general statutory limitation. It is
recorded at par value (except for savings bonds)
through 1988, but by law the basis was changed, in
part, to accrual value for later years. Before World War
I, each debt issue by the Government required specific
authorization by the Congress. Starting in 1917, the
nature of this limitation was modified in several steps
until it developed into a limit on the total amount of
Federal debt outstanding. The Treasury is free to bor­
row whatever amounts are needed up to the debt limit,
which is changed from time to time to meet new re­
quirements. Table 7.3 shows the ceiling at each point
in time since 1940. It provides the specific legal cita­
tion, a short description of the change, and the amount
of the limit specified by each Act. Most of gross Federal
debt is subject to the statutory limit. However, there
are some differences, and Chapter VTII.C. of the Budget
discusses them in greater detail and shows a table
bridging from gross Federal debt to debt subject to the
general statutory limitation.

Notes on Section 8 (Outlays by Budget
Enforcement Act Categories)
Section 8 is composed of three tables providing budg­
et outlays by categories used under the Budget Enforce­
ment Act and under previous budget agreements be­
tween Congress and the current and previous Adminis­
tration. Table 8.1 shows Federal outlays within each
of the categories and subcategories. The principal cat­




THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

egories are outlays for mandatory and related programs
and outlays for discretionary programs. Mandatory and
related programs include direct spending and offsetting
receipts, whose budget authority is provided by law
other than appropriations Acts. Also included in this
category are appropriated entitlements and the food
stamp program. Table 8.2 provides additional detail by
function and/or subfunction for mandatory and related
programs.
Discretionary programs are those whose budgetary
resources (other than entitlement authority) are pro­
vided in appropriations Acts. The Budget Enforcement
Act defines three categories of discretionary programs:
Defense (Function 050), International (Function 150),
and Domestic (all other discretionary programs). Table
8.3 provides additional detail by function and/or
subfunction on outlays for discretionary programs.

Notes on Section 9 (Federal Government
Outlays for Major Physical Capital)
The tables in this section provide a broad perspective
on Federal Government outlays for public physical cap­
ital. They are based on the data classifications dis­
cussed in Chapter XVIII of the Budget, which contains
a discussion of this spending. These data measure new
Federal spending for major public physical assets, but
they exclude major commodity inventories. In some
cases it was necessary to use supplementary data
sources in order to develop the historical comparisons,
primarily the special analyses on public works. When­
ever changes from the originally published data were
made or whenever data from supplementary data
sources were used, these adjustments were made to
provide a consistent data series. In some instances, it
was necessary to estimate the comparable historical
spending.
Notes on Section 10 (Federal Government Out­
lays for the Conduct of Research and Devel­
opment)
Chapter XVIII of the Budget provides data showing
Federal Government outlays for the conduct of research
and development (R&D). These data exclude outlays
for construction and major equipment for R&D, because
such spending is included in outlays Tor physical capital
(Section 9). Table 10.1 provides an overall perspective
on Federal Government outlays for the conduct of R&D.
It shows total spending and the split between national
defense and nondefense spending in four forms: in cur­
rent dollars, in constant dollars, as percentages of total
outlays, and as percentages of GNP. Table 10.2 shows
the outlays in current dollars by major function and
program. Chapter IV.C. of the Budget discusses Federal
research and development activities.
Notes on Section 11 (Federal Government
Payments for Individuals)
This section provides detail on outlays for Federal
Government payments for individuals, which are also
described in the notes on Section 6. The basic purpose
of the payments for individuals aggregation is to pro­

HISTORICAL TABLES

vide a broad perspective on Federal spending in cash
or in-kind for which no current service is rendered yet
which constitute income transfers to individuals and
families. Table 11.1 provides an overview display of
these data in four different forms. All four of these
displays show the total payments for individuals, and
the split of this total between grants to State and local
Governments for payments for individuals (such as
medicaid and grants for housing assistance) and all
other (“direct”) payments for individuals.
Table 11.2 shows the functional composition of pay­
ments for individuals (see notes on Section 3 for a de­
scription of the functional classification), and includes
the same grants versus nongrants (“direct”) split pro­
vided in Table 11.1. The off-budget social security pro­
gram finances a significant portion of the Federal pay­
ments for individuals. These tables do not distinguish
between the on-budget and off-budget payments for in­
dividuals. However, all payments for individuals shown
in Table 11.2 in function 650 (social security) are offbudget outlays, and all other payments for individuals
are on-budget. Table 11.3 displays the payments for
individuals by major program category.

Notes on Section 12 (Federal Grants To State
and Local Governments)
For several decades the Federal budget documents
have provided data on Federal grants to State and local
Governments. The purpose of these data is to identify
Federal Government outlays that constitute income to
State and local Governments to help finance their serv­
ices and their income transfers (payments for individ­
uals) to the public. Grants generally exclude Federal
Government payments for services rendered directly to
the Federal Government; for example, they exclude
most Federal Government payments for research and
development, and they exclude payments to State social
service agencies for screening disability insurance bene­
ficiaries for the Federal disability insurance trust fund.
Table 12.1 provides an overall perspective on grants;
its structure is similar to the structure of Table 11.1.
Table 12.2 displays Federal grants by function (see
notes on Section 3 for a description of the functional
classification). The bulk of Federal grants are included
in the Federal funds group; however, since the creation
of the highway trust fund in 1957, significant amounts
of grants have been financed from trust funds (see
notes to Section 1 for a description of the difference
between “Federal funds” and “trust funds”). All Federal
grants are on-budget. Wherever trust fund outlays are
included in those data, Table 12.2 not only identifies
the total grants by function but also shows the split
between Federal funds and trust funds.
Table 12.3 provides data on grants at the account
or program level, with an identification of the function,
agency, and fund group of the payment.
Chapter VLC. of the Budget discusses Federal aid
to State and local governments.




11
Notes on Section 13 (Social Security and
Medicare)
Over the past several decades the social security pro­
grams (the Federal old-age and survivors insurance
(OASI) and the Federal disability insurance (DI) trust
funds) and the medicare programs (the Federal hospital
insurance (HI) and the Federal supplementary medical
insurance (SMI) trust funds) have grown to be among
the largest components of the Federal budget. Because
of the size, the rates of growth, and the specialized
financing of these programs, policy analysts frequently
need to identify these activities separately from all
other Federal taxes and spending. As discussed in the
introductory notes, the two social security funds are
off-budget, while the medicare funds are on-budget. As
Table 13.1 shows, the first of these funds (OASI) began
in 1937. The table traces the annual transactions of
that fund and of the other funds beginning with their
points of origin.
The table provides detailed information about social
security and medicare by fund. It shows total cash in­
come (including offsetting receipts) by fund, separately
identifying social insurance taxes and contributions,
intragovernmental income, and proprietary receipts
from the public. Virtually all of the proprietary receipts
from the public, especially those for the supplementary
medical insurance trust fund, are medicare insurance
premiums. The table shows the income, outgo, and sur­
plus or deficit of each fund for each year, and also
shows the balances of the funds available for future
requirements. Most of these fund balances are invested
in public debt securities and constitute a significant
portion of the debt held by Government accounts (see
Table 7.1).
The SMI fund, which was established in 1967, is
financed primarily by payments from Federal funds and
secondarily by voluntary medical insurance premiums
(proprietary receipts from the public). The other three
trust funds are financed primarily by social insurance
taxes. The law establishing the rate and base of these
taxes allocates the tax receipts among the three funds.
The table shows significant transfers by OASI and
DI to the railroad retirement social security equivalent
account. These transfers are equal to the additional
amounts of money social security would have had to
pay, less additional receipts it would have collected,
if the rail labor force had been included directly under
social security since the inception of the social security
program. In 1983, when the OASI fund ran short of
money, Congress passed legislation that (a) provided
for a one-time acceleration of military service credit
payments to these trust funds, (b) provided for a Fed­
eral fund payment to OASDI for the estimated value
of checks issued in prior years and charged to the trust
funds but never cashed, (c) required the Treasury make
payments to OASDHI on the first day of the month
for the estimated amounts of their social insurance
taxes to be collected over the course of each month
(thereby increasing each affected trust fund’s balances
at the beginning of the month), and (d) subjected some
social security benefits to Federal income or other taxes

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and provided for payments by Federal funds to social
security of amounts equal to these additional taxes.
Additionally, in 1983 the OASI fund borrowed from the
DI and HI funds (the tables show the amounts of such
borrowing and repayments of borrowing). The large
intragovernmental collections by OASDHI in 1983 are
a result of the transactions described under (a) and
(b) above. Also starting in 1983, OASI began paying
interest to DI and HI to reimburse them for the bal­
ances OASI borrowed from them; OASDI paid interest
to Treasury to compensate it for the balances trans­
ferred to these funds on the first day of each month.
This practice was repealed for OASDI in the Omnibus
Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990. It had been repealed
previously for HI.

Notes on Section 14 (Federal Transactions in
the National Income and Product Accounts)
The principal system used in the United States for
measuring total economic activity is the system of na­
tional income and product accounts (NIPA), which pro­
vide calculations of the GNP and related data series.
These data are produced by the Bureau of Economic
Analysis (BEA) of the Department of Commerce. As
part of this work the BEA staff analyze the budget
data base and estimate budgetary transactions consist­
ent with this measurement system. These data are dis­
played and discussed in Chapter XVI of the Budget.
The NIPA data are normally produced for calendar
years and quarters. However, Section 14 provides these
data on a fiscal year basis from 1947 through the esti­
mates for 1992, so users may have the historical data
series comparable with the data displayed in Chapter
XVI of the Budget.
Notes on Section 15 (Total (Federal and State
and Local) Government Finances)
Section 15 provides a perspective on the size and
composition of total Government (Federal, State, and
local) receipts and spending on an accounting basis
roughly comparable to that used for the budget. Both
the Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analy­
sis (in the national income and product accounts (NIPA)
data) in the Commerce Department provide information
on income and spending for all levels of government
in the United States. However, these data sources differ




THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

significantly from the Federal budget and from each
other in the ways they record transactions.
Chapter XVI of the Budget provides a table and dis­
cussion showing the differences between measurement
of Federal receipts and outlays in the budget and in
the NIPA data series. The table shows, for example,
that the NIPA receipts include the proceeds from pay­
ments by the Federal Government for employer con­
tributions to its employee retirement systems (to match
the treatment of payments of Federal social insurance
taxes by private employers), whereas the budget treats
the collection of these payments as offsetting collections
(because they are payments from the Government to
itself). There are various other transactions the budget
treats as offsetting collections but the NIPA count as
nontax or social insurance receipts. Because of these
and other conceptual differences, users of the budget
documents who need measures of State and local trans­
actions on a basis comparable to the budget cannot
directly relate the State and local NIPA data with the
Federal budget data.
Similarly, the Census data differ from the budget
data. For example, the budget records the sale of postal
stamps as an offset to the cost of operating the Postal
Service, whereas the Census includes the proceeds from
the sale of stamps in the income side in its measure­
ment of Government receipts.
Section 15 provides data for budget users who wish
to see the size, composition, and trends of the finances
of total Government activity in the United States on
a basis roughly comparable to the budget measurement
system. This is done by first taking the NIPA data
(shown in the tables as “NIPA Basis”) for State and
local receipts and spending and adjusting these data
to be reasonably comparable to the way the budget
records similar Federal transactions. Next the State
and local government “nontax receipts” are converted
to offsetting collections (i.e., deducting them from
spending rather than counting them as receipts). The
tables then include these adjusted State and local
transactions with the Federal budget (deducting the
amount of overlap due to Federal grants to State and
local governments) to measure total Government on a
basis roughly comparable to the Federal budget meas­
urement.

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 1.1—SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-): 1789-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Total

Budget

Year
Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Off-Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

1789-1849 ..................................
1850-1900 ..................................

1,160
14,462

1,090
15,453

70
-991

1,160
14,462

1,090
15,453

70
-991

1901
1902
1903
1904

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

588
562
562
541

525
485
517
584

63
77
45
-43

588
562
562
541

525
485
517
584

63
77
45
-43

1905
1906
1907
1908
1909

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

544
595
666
602
604

567
570
579
659
694

-23
25
87
-57
-89

544
595
666
602
604

567
570
579
659
694

-23
25
87
-57
-89

1910............................................
1911 ............................................
1912............................................
1913............................................
1914............................................

676
702
693
714
725

694
691
690
715
726

-18
11
3

676
702
693
714
725

694
691
690
715
726

-18
11
3

1915............................................
1916............................................
1917............................................
1918............................................
1919............................................

683
761
1,101
3,645
5,130

746
713
1,954
12,677
18,493

-63
48
-853
-9,032
-13,363

683
761
1,101
3,645
5,130

746
713
1,954
12,677
18,493

-63
48
-853
-9,032
-13,363

1920
1921
1922
1923
1924

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

6,649
5,571
4,026
3,853
3,871

6,358
5,062
3,289
3,140
2,908

291
509
736
713
963

6,649
5,571
4,026
3,853
3,871

6,358
5,062
3,289
3,140
2,908

291
509
736
713
963

1925
1926
1927
1928
1929

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

3,641
3,795
4,013
3,900
3,862

2,924
2,930
2,857
2,961
3,127

717
865
1,155
939
734

3,641
3,795
4,013
3,900
3,862

2,924
2,930
2,857
2,961
3,127

717
865
1,155
939
734

1930
1931
1932
1933
1934

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

4,058
3,116
1,924
1,997
2,955

3,320
3,577
4,659
4,598
6,541

738
-462
-2,735
-2,602
-3,586

4,058
3,116
1,924
1,997
2,955

3,320
3,577
4,659
4,598
6,541

738
-462
-2,735
-2,602
-3,586

1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

3,609
3,923
5,387
6,751
6,295

6,412
8,228
7,580
6,840
9,141

-2,803
-4,304
-2,193
-89
-2,846

3,609
3,923
5,122
6,364
5,792

6,412
8,228
7,582
6,850
9,154

-2,803
-4,304
-2,460
-486
-3,362

265
387
503

-2
-10
-13

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

6,548
8,712
14,634
24,001
43,747

9,468
13,653
35,137
78,555
91,304

-2,920
-4,941
-20,503
-54,554
-47,557

5,998
8,024
13,738
22,871
42,455

9,482
13,618
35,071
78,466
91,190

-3,484
-5,594
-21,333
-55,595
-48,735

550
688
896
1,130
1,292

-14
35
66
89
114

267
397
516
564
653
830
1,041
1,178

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

45,159
39,296
38,514
41,560
39,415

92,712
55,232
34,496
29,764
38,835

-47,553
-15,936
4,018
11,796
580

43,849
38,057
37,055
39,944
37,724

92,569
55,022
34,193
29,396
38,408

-48,720
-16,964
2,861
10,548
-684

1,310
1,238
1,459
1,616
1,690

143
210
303
368
427

1,167
1,028
1,157
1,248
1,263

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

39,443
51,616
66,167
69,608
69,701

42,562
45,514
67,686
76,101
70,855

-3,119
6,102
-1,519
-6,493
-1,154

37,336
48,496
62,573
65,511
65,112

42,038
44,237
65,956
73,771
67,943

-4,702
4,259
-3,383
-8,259
-2,831

2,106
3,120
3,594
4,097
4,589

524
1,277
1,730
2,330
2,912

1,583
1,843
1,864
1,766
1,677

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

65,451
74,587
79,990
79,636
79,249

68,444
70,640
76,578
82,405
92,098

-2,993
3,947
3,412
-2,769
-12,849

60,370
68,162
73,201
71,587
70,953

64,461
65,668
70,562
74,902
83,102

-4,091
2,494
2,639
-3,315
-12,149

5,081
6,425
6,789
8,049
8,296

3,983
4,972
6,016
7,503
8,996

1,098
1,452
773
546
-700




*

_*

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 1.1-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-): 1789-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Total
Year
Receipts

Outlays

Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Off-Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

92,492
94,388
99,676
106,560
112,613

92,191
97,723
106,821
111,316
118,528

301
-3,335
-7,146
-4,756
-5,915

81,851
82,279
87,405
92,385
96,248

81,341
86,046
93,286
96,352
102,794

510
-3,766
-5,881
-3,966
-6,546

10,641
12,109
12,271
14,175
16,366

10,850
11,677
13,535
14,964
15,734

-209
431
-1,265
-789
632

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

116,817
130,835
148,822
152,973
186,882

118,228
134,532
157,464
178,134
183,640

-1,411
-3,698
-8,643
-25,161
3,242

100,094
111,749
124,420
128,056
157,928

101,699
114,817
137,040
155,798
158,436

-1,605
-3,068
-12,620
-27,742
-507

16,723
19,085
24,401
24,917
28,953

16,529
19,715
20,424
22,336
25,204

194
-630
3,978
2,581
3,749

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

192,807
187,139
207,309
230,799
263,224

195,649
210,172
230,681
245,707
269,359

-2,842
-23,033
-23,373
-14,908
-6,135

159,348
151,294
167,402
184,715
209,299

168,042
177,346
193,824
200,118
217,270

-8,694
-26,052
-26,423
-15,403
-7,971

33,459
35,845
39,907
46,084
53,925

27,607
32,826
36,857
45,589
52,089

5,852
3,019
3,050
495
1,836

1975 ............................................
1976 ............................................
T Q ...............................................
1977 ............................................
1978 ............................................
1979 ............................................

279,090
298,060
81,232
355,559
399,561
463,302

332,332
371,779
95,973
409,203
458,729
503,464

-53,242
-73,719
-14,741
-53,644
-59,168
-40,162

216,633
231,671
63,216
278,741
314,169
365,309

271,892
302,170
76,552
328,487
369,072
403,486

-55,260
-70,499
-13,336
-49,745
-54,902
-38,178

62,458
66,389
18,016
76,817
85,391
97,994

60,440
69,609
19,421
80,716
89,657
99,978

2,018
-3,220
-1,405
-3,899
-4,266
-1,984

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

517,112
599,272
617,766
600,562
666,457

590,920
678,209
745,706
808,327
851,781

-73,808
-78,936
-127,940
-207,764
-185,324

403,903
469,097
474,299
453,242
500,382

476,591
543,013
594,302
661,219
685,968

-72,689
-73,916
-120,003
-207,977
-185,586

113,209
130,176
143,467
147,320
166,075

114,329
135,196
151,404
147,108
165,813

-1,120
-5,020
-7,937
212
262

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................
............................................

734,057
769,091
854,143
908,954
990,691

946,316
990,258
1,003,830
1,064,051
1,144,069

-212,260
-221,167
-149,687
-155,097
-153,378

547,886
568,862
640,741
667,463
727,026

769,509
806,760
809,998
861,360
933,158

-221,623
-237,898
-169,257
-193,897
-206,132

186,171
200,228
213,402
241,491
263,666

176,807
183,498
193,832
202,691
210,911

9,363
16,731
19,570
38,800
52,754

1990 .............................................
1991 estimate..............................
1992 estimate..............................
1993 estimate..............................
1994 estimate..............................

1,031,308
1,091,440
1,165,029
1,252,669
1,365,282

1,251,703
1,409,563
1,445,902
1,454,185
1,427,055

-220,396
-318,123
-280,874
-201,515
-61,772

749,652
793,153
849,775
913,969
999,783

1,026,638
1,171,658
1,194,205
1,187,807
1,150,218

-276,986
-378,505
-344,430
-273,837
-150,435

281,656
298,287
315,254
338,700
365,499

225,065
237,905
251,697
266,378
276,837

56,590
60,382
63,557
72,322
88,662

1995 estimate..............................
1996 estimate..............................

1,467,346
1,560,748

1,470,276
1,540,847

-2,930
19,901

1,077,499
1,143,535

1,183,811
1,246,124

-106,312
-102,589

389,847
417,213

286,465
294,723

103,382
122,490

* $500 thousand or less.




15

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 1.2-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-) AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1934-1996
GNP
Year

Budget

Total

(in billions
of dollars)

Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Off-Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

...

...

...

1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

...........................................
............
....
............
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

60.8

4.9

10.8

-5.9

4.9

10.8

-5.9

69.2
78.0
87.2
88.4
88.4

5.2
5.0
6.2
7.6
7.1

9.3
10.6
8.7
7.7
10.3

-4.1
-5.5
-2.5
-.1
-3.2

5.2
5.0
5.9
7.2
6.6

9.3
10.6
8.7
7.8
10.4

-4.1
-5.5
-2.8
-.5
-3.8

0.3
0.4
0.6

*
*

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

95.8
113.0
142.2
175.8
202.0

6.8
7.7
10.3
13.7
21.7

9.9
12.1
24.7
44.7
45.2

-3.0
-4.4
-14.4
-31.0
-23.5

6.3
7.1
9.7
13.0
21.0

9.9
12.1
24.7
44.6
45.1

-3.6
-5.0
-15.0
-31.6
-24.1

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

★

0.1
0.1

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

212.4
212.9
223.6
247.8
263.9

21.3
18.5
17.2
16.8
14.9

43.6
25.9
15.4
12.0
14.7

-22.4
-7.5
1.8
4.8
0.2

20.6
17.9
16.6
16.1
14.3

43.6
25.8
15.3
11.9
14.6

-22.9
-8.0
1.3
4.3
-.3

0.6
0.6
0.7
0.7
0.6

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

266.8
315.0
342.4
365.6
369.5

14.8
16.4
19.3
19.0
18.9

16.0
14.4
19.8
20.8
19.2

-1.2
1.9
-.4
-1.8
-.3

14.0
15.4
18.3
17.9
17.6

15.8
14.0
19.3
20.2
18.4

-1.8
1.4
-1.0
-2.3
-.8

0.8
1.0
1.0
1.1
1.2

0.2
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.8

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

386.4
418.1
440.5
450.2
481.5

16.9
17.8
18.2
17.7
16.5

17.7
16.9
17.4
18.3
19.1

-.8
0.9
0.8
-.6
-2.7

15.6
16.3
16.6
15.9
14.7

16.7
15.7
16.0
16.6
17.3

-1.1
0.6
0.6
-.7
-2.5

1.3
1.5
1.5
1.8
1.7

1.0
1.2
1.4
1.7
1.9

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...........................................
.................................. ........
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

506.7
518.2
557.7
587.8
629.2

18.3
18.2
17.9
18.1
17.9

18.2
18.9
19.2
18.9
18.8

16.2
15.9
15.7
15.7
15.3

16.1
16.6
16.7
16.4
16.3

0.1
-.7
-1.1
-.7
-1.0

2.1
2.3
2.2
2.4
2.6

2.1
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.5

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

672.6
739.0
794.6
849.4
929.5

17.4
17.7
18.7
18.0
20.1

17.6
18.2
19.8
21.0
19.8

0.1
-.6
-1.3
-.8
-.9
_2
-.5
-1.1
-3.0
0.3

14.9
15.1
15.7
15.1
17.0

15.1
15.5
17.2
18.3
17.0

-.2
-.4
-1.6
-3.3
-.1

2.5
2.6
3.1
2.9
3.1

2.5
2.7
2.6
2.6
2.7

0.3
0.3
0.2
0.1
-.1
-*
0.1
-.2
-.1
0.1
*
-.1
0.5
0.3
0.4

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...........................................
...........................................
............................................
...........................................
...........................................

990.2
1,055.9
1,153.1
1,281.4
1,416.5

19.5
17.7
18.0
18.0
18.6

19.8
19.9
20.0
19.2
19.0

-.3
-2.2
-2.0
-1.2
-.4

16.1
14.3
14.5
14.4
14.8

17.0
16.8
16.8
15.6
15.3

-.9
-2.5
-2.3
-1.2
-.6

3.4
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.8

2.8
3.1
3.2
3.6
3.7

0.6
0.3
0.3
*

1975 ...........................................
1976 ...........................................
t q ............................................
1977 ...........................................
1978 ...........................................
1979 ...........................................

1,522.5
1,698.2
448.7
1,933.0
2,171.8
2,447.8

18.3
17.6
18.1
18.4
18.4
18.9

21.8
21.9
21.4
21.2
21.1
20.6

-3.5
-4.3
-3.3
-2.8
-2.7
-1.6

14.2
13.6
14.1
14.4
14.5
14.9

17.9
17.8
17.1
17.0
17.0
16.5

-3.6
-4.2
-3.0
-2.6
-2.5
-1.6

4.1
3.9
4.0
4.0
3.9
4.0

4.0
4.1
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.1

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

2,670.6
2,986.4
3,139.1
3,321.9
3,687.7

19.4
20.1
19.7
18.1
18.1

22.1
22.7
23.8
24.3
23.1

-2.8
-2.6
-4.1
-6.3
-5.0

15.1
15.7
15.1
13.6
13.6

17.8
18.2
18.9
19.9
18.6

-2.7
-2.5
-3.8
-6.3
-5.0

4.2
4.4
4.6
4.4
4.5

4.3
4.5
4.8
4.4
4.5

0.1
-.2
-!3
-.2
-.2
-.1
-*
-.2
-.3
*
*

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................
...........................................

3,952.4
4,180.8
4,424.7
4,780.4
5,131.3

18.6
18.4
19.3
19.0
19.3

23.9
23.7
22.7
22.3
22.3

-5.4
-5.3
-3.4
-3.2
-3.0

13.9
13.6
14.5
14.0
14.2

19.5
19.3
18.3
18.0
18.2

-5.6
-5.7
-3.8
-4.1
^ .0

4.7
4.8
4.8
5.1
5.1

4.5
4.4
4.4
4.2
4.1

0.2
0.4
0.4
0.8
1.0

1990 ...........................................
1991 estimate .............................
1992 estimate .............................
1993 estimate ............................
1994 estimate ............................

5,405.6
5,615.8
5,985.5
6,424.0
6,875.5

19.1
19.4
19.5
19.5
19.9

23.2
25.1
24.2
22.6
20.8

-4.1
-5.7
-4.7
-3.1
-.9

13.9
14.1
14.2
14.2
14.5

19.0
20.9
20.0
18.5
16.7

-5.1
-6.7
-5.8
-4.3
-2.2

5.2
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3

4.2
4.2
4.2
4.1
4.0

1.0
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.3




*

0.3
0.4
0.6

0.1

16

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 1.2-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-) AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1934-1996-Continued
GNP
Year

1995 estimate .............................
1996 estimate .............................

Total

(in billions
of dollars)

Receipts

Outlays

7,334.5
7,808.8

20.0
20.0

20.0
19.7

Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)
*

0.3

Receipts

Outlays

14.7
14.6

16.1
16.0

Off-Budget
Surplus or
Deficit(-)
-1.4
-1.3

Receipts
5.3
5.3

Outlays
3.9
3.8

Surplus or
Deficit(-)
1.4
1.6

* 0.05 percent or less.
Note: Fiscal year GNP data for years 1947 to current are those produced by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Department of Commerce from seasonally unadjusted quarterly data. For years prior
to 1947 the Department produces calendar year estimates but not fiscal year or quarterly estimates. For fiscal years prior to 1947 these GNP estimates are the average of the data for the two
calendar years; for 1947, they use two quarters of quarterly data and one half of calendar year data.




17

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 1.3-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-) IN CURRENT DOLLARS, CONSTANT (FY 1982)

DOLLARS, AND AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1940-1996
(dollar amounts in billions)

In Constant (FY 1982) Dollars

In Current Dollars
Fiscal Year
Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

Adden­
dum:
Compos­
ite
Deflator

As Percentages of GNP
Receipts

Outlays

Surplus or
Deficit(-)

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
................................ .

6.5
8.7
14.6
24.0
43.7

9.5
13.7
35.1
78.6
91.3

-2.9
-4.9
-20.5
-54.6
-47.6

57.5
71.8
108.5
162.0
305.7

83.2
112.6
260.5
530.1
638.0

-25.7
-40.7
-152.0
-368.1
-332.3

0.1138
0.1213
0.1349
0.1482
0.1431

6.8
7.7
10.3
13.7
21.7

9.9
12.1
24.7
44.7
45.2

-3.0
-4.4
-14.4
-31.0
-23.5

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

45.2
39.3
38.5
41.6
39.4

92.7
55.2
34.5
29.8
38.8

-47.6
-15.9
4.0
11.8
0.6

325.8
295.5
237.6
220.9
205.5

668.9
415.3
212.8
158.2
202.5

-343.1
-119.8
24.8
62.7
3.0

0.1386
0.1330
0.1621
0.1881
0.1918

21.3
18.5
17.2
16.8
14.9

43.6
25.9
15.4
12.0
14.7

-22.4
-7.5
1.8
4.8
0.2

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

39.4
51.6
66.2
69.6
69.7

42.6
45.5
67.7
76.1
70.9

-3.1
6.1
-1.5
-6.5
-1.2

204.4
284.2
341.4
336.1
325.6

220.5
250.6
349.3
367.5
330.9

-16.2
33.6
-7.8
-31.4
-5.4

0.1930
0.1816
0.1938
0.2071
0.2141

14.8
16.4
19.3
19.0
18.9

16.0
14.4
19.8
20.8
19.2

-1.2
1.9
-.4
-1.8
-.3

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

65.5
74.6
80.0
79.6
79.2

68.4
70.6
76.6
82.4
92.1

-3.0
3.9
3.4
-2.8
-12.8

297.5
323.3
333.0
311.9
298.5

311.1
306.2
318.8
322.8
346.9

-13.6
17.1
14.2
-10.8
-48.4

0.2200
0.2307
0.2402
0.2553
0.2655

16.9
17.8
18.2
17.7
16.5

17.7
16.9
17.4
18.3
19.1

-.8
0.9
0.8
-.6
-2.7

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

92.5
94.4
99.7
106.6
112.6

92.2
97.7
106.8
111.3
118.5

0.3
-3.3
-7.1
-4.8
-5.9

341.6
342.5
358.0
368.2
382.8

340.4
354.6
383.7
384.6
402.9

1.1
-12.1
-25.7
-16.4
-20.1

0.2708
0.2756
0.2784
0.2894
0.2942

18.3
18.2
17.9
18.1
17.9

18.2
18.9
19.2
18.9
18.8

0.1
-.6
-1.3
-.8
-.9

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

116.8
130.8
148.8
153.0
186.9

118.2
134.5
157.5
178.1
183.6

-1.4
-3.7
-8.6
-25.2
3.2

389.9
419.3
461.6
451.2
519.4

394.6
431.2
488.4
525.5
510.4

-4.7
-11.9
-26.8
-74.2
9.0

0.2996
0.3120
0.3224
0.3390
0.3598

17.4
17.7
18.7
18.0
20.1

17.6
18.2
19.8
21.0
19.8

-.2
-.5
-1.1
-3.0
0.3

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

192.8
187.1
207.3
230.8
263.2

195.6
210.2
230.7
245.7
269.4

-2.8
-23.0
-23.4
-14.9
-6.1

501.8
453.6
474.2
495.5
516.5

509.2
509.4
527.6
527.5
528.6

-7.4
-55.8
-53.5
-32.0
-12.0

0.3842
0.4126
0.4372
0.4658
0.5096

19.5
17.7
18.0
18.0
18.6

19.8
19.9
20.0
19.2
19.0

-.3
-2.2
-2.0
-1.2
-.4

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

279.1
298.1
81.2
355.6
399.6
463.3

332.3
371.8
96.0
409.2
458.7
503.5

-53.2
-73.7
-14.7
-53.6
-59.2
-40.2

492.1
488.9
129.0
540.9
568.0
607.5

586.0
609.8
152.4
622.6
652.2
660.1

-93.9
-120.9
-23.4
-81.6
-84.1
-52.7

0.5671
0.6097
0.6298
0.6573
0.7034
0.7627

18.3
17.6
18.1
18.4
18.4
18.9

21.8
21.9
21.4
21.2
21.1
20.6

-3.5
-4.3
-3.3
-2.8
-2.7
-1.6

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

517.1
599.3
617.8
600.6
666.5

590.9
678.2
745.7
808.3
851.8

-73.8
-78.9
-127.9
-207.8
-185.3

611.7
642.0
617.8
575.8
616.6

699.1
726.5
745.7
775.0
788.1

-87.3
-84.6
-127.9
-199.2
-171.5

0.8453
0.9335
1.0000
1.0430
1.0808

19.4
20.1
19.7
18.1
18.1

22.1
22.7
23.8
24.3
23.1

-2.8
-2.6
-4.1
-6.3
-5.0

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

734.1
769.1
854.1
909.0
990.7

946.3
990.3
1,003.8
1,064.1
1,144.1

-212.3
-221.2
-149.7
-155.1
-153.4

659.1
674.2
730.5
752.4
787.6

849.7
868.0
858.5
880.8
909.6

-190.6
-193.9
-128.0
-128.4
-121.9

1.1137
1.1408
1.1693
1.2081
1.2578

18.6
18.4
19.3
19.0
19.3

23.9
23.7
22.7
22.3
22.3

-5.4
-5.3
-3.4
-3.2
-3.0

1990 ....................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate.....................
1994 estimate.....................

1,031.3
1,091.4
1,165.0
1,252.7
1,365.3

1,251.7
1,409.6
1,445.9
1,454.2
1,427.1

-220.4
-318.1
-280.9
-201.5
-61.8

787.3
790.7
809.1
836.8
879.5

955.5
1,021.1
1,004.2
971.4
919.3

-168.2
-230.5
-195.1
-134.6
-39.8

1.3100
1.3804
1.4399
1.4970
1.5524

19.1
19.4
19.5
19.5
19.9

23.2
25.1
24.2
22.6
20.8

1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................

1,467.3
1,560.7

1,470.3
1,540.8

-2.9
19.9

912.5
937.8

914.3
925.9

-1.8
12.0

1.6081
1.6642

20.0
20.0

20.0
19.7

-4.1
-5.7
-4.7
-3.1
-.9
-*
0.3




18

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 1.4-ON-BUDGET RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-) BY FUND GROUP: 1934-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Receipts
Fiscal Year
Total

Federai
Funds

Outlays

Trust
Funds

Interfund
Trans­
actions

Total

Federal
Funds

Surplus or Deficit(-)

Trust
Funds

Interfund
Trans­
actions

Total

Federal
Funds

Trust
Funds

1934 ...................................

2,955

2,926

72

-42

6,541

6,558

25

-42

-3,586

-3,633

47

1935
1936
1937
1938
1939

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

3,609
3,923
5,122
6,364
5,792

3,578
3,871
4,794
5,477
4,822

76
168
424
1,072
1,127

-45
-116
-96
-185
-157

6,412
8,228
7,582
6,850
9,154

6,427
8,335
7,620
6,689
8,718

30
9
58
346
593

-45
-116
-96
-185
-157

-2,803
-4,304
-2,460
-486
-3,362

-2,849
-4,464
-2,826
-1,212
-3,896

46
159
366
727
534

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

5,998
8,024
13,738
22,871
42,455

4,929
6,900
12,336
21,117
40,466

1,252
1,346
1,646
2,061
2,500

-183
-221
-244
-307
-512

9,482
13,618
35,071
78,466
91,190

8,974
13,260
34,831
78,765
92,284

692
580
483
8
-582

-183
-221
-244
-307
-512

-3,484
-5,594
-21,333
-55,595
-48,735

-4,045
-6,360
-22,496
-57,648
-51,818

561
766
1,163
2,053
3,082

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

43,849
38,057
37,055
39,944
37,724

41,875
36,357
35,380
37,822
35,849

3,611
3,758
3,262
3,087
2,826

-1,637
-2,058
-1,588
-965
-950

92,569
55,022
34,193
29,396
38,408

94,846
56,204
34,803
28,988
37,686

-641
876
978
1,373
1,672

-1,637
-2,058
-1,588
-965
-950

-48,720
-16,964
2,861
10,548
-684

-52,972
-19,847
577
8,834
-1,838

4,252
2,882
2,284
1,714
1,154

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................

37,336
48,496
62,573
65,511
65,112

35,334
46,183
59,989
63,085
62,774

3,457
3,318
3,812
3,597
3,269

-1,455
-1,005
-1,228
-1,171
-930

42,038
44,237
65,956
73.771
67,943

38,389
43,732
64,994
73,006
65,924

5,104
1,509
2,190
1,936
2,949

-1,455
-1,005
-1,228
-1,171
-930

-4,702
4,259
-3,383
-8,259
-2,831

-3,055
2,451
-5,005
-9,921
-3,151

-1,647
1,808
1,622
1,661
320

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

60,370
68,162
73,201
71 s
587
70,953

58,168
65,594
68,847
66,720
65,800

3,103
3,815
5,776
6,317
6,734

-900
-1,247
-1,422
-1,450
-1,580

64,461
65,668
70,562
74,902
83,102

62,341
64,281
67,189
69,737
77,071

3,020
2,634
4,795
6,615
7,611

-900
-1,247
-1,422
-1,450
-1,580

-4,091
2,494
2,639
-3,315
-12,149

-4,173
1,313
1,657
-3,017
-11,271

82
1,181
982
-298
-878

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

81,851
82,279
87,405
92,385
96,248

75,647
75,175
79,700
84,013
87,511

7,839
9,414
9,881
10,794
11,210

-1,635
-2,310
-2,176
-2,421
-2,473

81,341
86,046
93,286
96,352
102,794

74,856
79,368
86,546
90,643
96,098

8,120
8,988
8,916
8,131
9,168

-1,635
-2,310
-2,176
-2,421
-2,473

510
-3,766
-5,881
-3,966
-6,546

791
-4,193
-6,847
-6,630
-8,588

-281
426
965
2,663
2,042

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
...................................

100,094
111,749
124,420
128,056
157,928

90,943
101,428
111,835
114,726
143,322

11,549
12,894
16,511
17,576
20,061

-2,397
-2,573
-3,926
-4,246
-5,455

101,699
114,817
137,040
155,798
158,436

94,853
106,590
127,544
143,100
148,192

9,243
10,800
13,422
16,944
15,698

-2,397
-2,573
-3,926
-4,246
-5,455

-1,605
-3,068
-12,620
-27,742
-507

-3,910
-5,162
-15,709
-28,373
-4,871

2,305
2,094
3,089
632
4,363

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

159,348
151,294
167,402
184,715
209,299

143,159
133,785
148,846
161,357
181,228

22,303
26,046
28,412
41,182
46,086

-6,115
-8,536
-9,856
-17,824
-18,015

168,042
177,346
193,824
200,118
217,270

156,327
163,681
178,144
187,044
201,376

17,829
22,202
25,536
30,898
33,908

-6,115
-8,536
-9,856
-17,824
-18,015

-8,694
-26,052
-26,423
-15,403
-7,971

-13,168
-29,896
-29,299
-25,687
-20,148

4,474
3,844
2,876
10,284
12,177

1975 ....................................
1976 ....................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ....................................
1979 ....................................

216,633
231,671
63,216
278,741
314,169
365,309

187,505
201,099
54,085
241,312
270,490
316,366

50,971
61,830
13,267
70,341
76,873
85,983

-21,843
-31,258
-4,136
-32,912
-33,194
-37,041

271,892
302,170
76,552
328,487
369,072
403,486

248,174
277,228
66,876
304,459
342,355
374,867

45,562
56,199
13,812
56,940
59,910
65,660

-21,843
-31,258
-4,136
-32,912
-33,194
-37,041

-55,260
-70,499
-13,336
-49,745
-54,902
-38,178

-60,669
-76,129
-12,791
-63,147
-71,865
-58,501

5,409
5,631
-545
13,402
16,963
20,323

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

403,903
469,097
474,299
453,242
500,382

350,856
410,422
409,253
382,432
420,370

94,679
106,037
122,111
147,290
158,079

-41,632
-47,362
-57,065
-76,480
-78,068

476,591
543,013
594,302
661,219
685,968

433,468
496,182
543,437
613,277
638,599

84,756
94,193
107,930
124,421
125,436

-41,632
-47,362
-57,065
-76,480
-78,068

-72,689
-73,916
-120,003
-207,977
-185,586

-82,612
-85,760
-134,184
-230,845
-218,229

9,924
11,844
14,181
22,869
32,643

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

547,886
568,862
640,741
667,463
727,026

460,280
474,001
538,499
561,098
614,823

197,516
206,921
216,645
232,222
249,950

-109,909
-112,059
-114,403
-125,857
-137,748

769,509
806,760
809,998
861,360
933,158

726,688
756,990
760,851
813,992
892,074

152,730
161,829
163,550
173,225
178,831

-109,909
-112,059
-114,403
-125,857
-137,748

-221,623
-237,898
-169,257
-193,897
-206,132

-266,409
-282,990
-222,353
-252,894
-277,251

44,786
45,092
53,096
58,997
71,119

1990 ....................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate.....................

749,652
793,153
849,775
913,969

635,190
668,324
712,365
764,395

259,091
278,022
298,869
318,895

-144,629
-153,192
-161,460
-169,321

1,026,638
1,171,658
1,194,205
1,187,807

974,235
1,104,610
1,119,127
1,104,768

197,032
220,240
236,538
252,360

-144,629
-153,192
-161,460
-169,321

-276,986
-378,505
-344,430
-273,837

-339,045
-436,287
-406,762
-340,372

62,059
57,782
62,332
66,535




19

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 1.4— ON-BUDGET RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS(-) BY FUND GROUP: 1934-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Outlays

Receipts
Fiscal Year
Total

Federal
Funds

Trust
Funds

Interfund
Trans­
actions

Total

Federal
Funds

Trust
Funds

Surplus or Deficit(-)
Interfund
Trans­
actions

Total

Federal
Funds

Trust
Funds

1994 estimate.....................

999,783

838,802

339,867

-178,886

1,150,218

1,058,467

270,637

-178,886

-150,435

-219,665

69,230

1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................

1,077,499
1,143,535

906,601
967,987

365,843
387,001

-194,946
-211,453

1,183,811
1,246,124

1,087,895
1,139,127

290,861
318,450

-194,946
-211,453

-106,312
-102,589

-181,294
-171,140

74,982
68,551

Note: These are budget totals; they exclude receipts and outlays that are off-budget (social security and, starting with 1989, the Postal Service). This table differs from other displays of transactions
by fund group, because the interfund receipts from the off-budget accounts are included in receipts instead of being subtracted from outlays. The separate fund amounts therefore, cannot be added to
off-budget amounts by fund type to derive consolidated totals without further adjustment.




20

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 2.1-RECEIPTS BY SOURCE: 1934-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Fiscal Year

1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

1945 ...................................
1946 ...................................
1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................
1950 ...................................
1951 ...................................
1952 ...................................
1953 ...................................
1954 ....................................
1955 ...................................
1956 ...................................
1957 ...................................
1958 ....................................
1959 ...................................
1960 ...................................
1961 ...................................
1962 ...................................
1963 ...................................
1964 ...................................
1965 ...................................
1966 ...................................
1967 ...................................
1968 ...................................
1969 ...................................
1970 ....................................
1971 ....................................
1972 ....................................
1973 ....................................
1974 ....................................
1975 ...................................
1976 ....................................
T Q .......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................
1980 ...................................
1981 ...................................
1982 ...................................
1983 ...................................
1984 ....................................
1985 ...................................
1986 ...................................
1987 ...................................
1988 ...................................
1989 ...................................
1990 ...................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate....................
1994 estimate.....................




Individual
Income
Taxes
420
527
674
1,092
1,286
1,029
892
1,314
3,263
6,505
19,705
18,372
16,098
17,935
19,315
15,552
15,755
21,616
27,934
29,816
29,542
28,747
32,188
35,620
34,724
36,719
40,715
41,338
45,571
47,588
48,697
48,792
55,446
61,526
68,726
87,249
90,412
86,230
94,737
103,246
118,952
122,386
131,603
38,801
157,626
180,988
217,841
244,069
285,917
297,744
288,938
298,415
334,531
348,959
392,557
401,181
445,690
466,884
492,635
529,518
572,044
632,902

Corporation
Income
Taxes 3
364
529
719
1,038
1,287
1,127
1,197
2,124
4,719
9,557
14,838
15,988
11,883
8,615
9,678
11,192
10,449
14,101
21,226
21,238
21,101
17,861
20,880
21,167
20,074
17,309
21,494
20,954
20,523
21,579
23,493
25,461
30,073
33,971
28,665
36,678
32,829
26,785
32,166
36,153
38,620
40,621
41,409
8,460
54,892
59,952
65,677
64,600
61,137
49,207
37,022
56,893
61,331
63,143
83,926
94,508
103,291
93,507
95,866
101,913
109,041
120,578

Social Insurance Taxes and
Contributions 1
Total
30
31
52
580
1,541
1,593
1,785
1,940
2,452
3,044
3,473
3,451
3,115
3,422
3,751
3,781
4,338
5,674
6,445
6,820
7,208
7,862
9,320
9,997
11,239
11,722
14,683
16,439
17,046
19,804
21,963
22,242
25,546
32,619
33,923
39,015
44,362
47,325
52,574
63,115
75,071
84,534
90,769
25,219
106,485
120,967
138,939
157,803
182,720
201,498
208,994
239,376
265,163
283,901
303,318
334,335
359,416
380,047
401,955
429,363
463,792
500,954

(On-Budget)

Excise
Taxes 1

Total Receipts
Other 2
Total

(Off-Budget)

(30)

(...)

(31)
(52)
(315)
(1,154)
(1,090)
(1,235)
(1,252)
(1,557)
(1,913)
(2,181)
(2,141)
(1,877)
(1,963)
(2,134)
(2,091)
(2,232)
(2,554)
(2,851)
(2,723)
(2,619)
(2,781)
(2,896)
(3,208)
(3,190)
(3,427)
(4,042)
(4,331)
(4,776)
(5,629)
(5,597)
(5,519)
(6,460)
(8,217)
(9,007)
(10,062)
(10,903)
(11,481)
(12,667)
(17,031)
(21,146)
(22,077)
(24,381)
(7,203)
(29,668)
(35,576)
(40,945)
(44,594)
(52,545)
(58,031)
(61,674)
(73,301)
(78,992)
(83,673)
(89,916)
(92,845)
(95,751)
(98,392)
(103,668)
(114,109)
(125,092)
(135,455)

(...)
(...)

(265)
(387)
(503)
(550)
(688)
(896)
(1,130)
(1,292)
(1,310)
(1,238)
(1,459)
(1,616)
(1,690)
(2,106)
(3,120)
(3,594)
(4,097)
(4,589)
(5,081)
(6,425)
(6,789)
(8,049)
(8,296)
(10,641)
(12,109)
(12,271)
(14,175)
(16,366)
(16,723)
(19,085)
(24,401)
(24,917)
(28,953)
(33,459)
(35,845)
(39,907)
(46,084)
(53,925)
(62,458)
(66,389)
(18,016)
(76,817)
(85,391)
(97,994)
(113,209)
(130,176)
(143,467)
(147,320)
(166,075)
(186,171)
(200,228)
(213,402)
(241,491)
(263,666)
(281,656)
(298,287)
(315,254)
(338,700)
(365,499)

1,354
1,439
1,631
1,876
1,863
1,871
1,977
2,552
3,399
4,096
4,759
6,265
6,998
7,211
7,356
7,502
7,550
8,648
8,852
9,877
9,945
9,131
9,929
10,534
10,638
10,578
11,676
11,860
12,534
13,194
13,731
14,570
13,062
13,719
14,079
15,222
15,705
16,614
15,477
16,260
16,844
16,551
16,963
4,473
17,548
18,376
18,745
24,329
40,839
36,311
35,300
37,361
35,992
32,919
32,457
35,227
34,386
35,345
44,810
47,768
50,143
51,970

788
1,084
847
801
773
675
698
781
801
800
972
1,083
1,202
1,331
1,461
1,388
1,351
1,578
1,710
1,857
1,905
1,850
2,270
2,672
2,961
2,921
3,923
3,796
4,001
4,395
4,731
5,753
6,708
6,987
7,580
8,718
9,499
10,185
12,355
12,026
13,737
14,998
17,317
4,279
19,008
19,278
22,101
26,311
28,659
33,006
30,309
34,412
37,040
40,168
41,884
43,702
47,908
55,524
56,175
56,467
57,649
58,878

2,955
3,609
3,923
5,387
6,751
6,295
6,548
8,712
14,634
24,001
43,747
45,159
39,296
38,514
41,560
39,415
39,443
51,616
66,167
69,608
69,701
65,451
74,587
79,990
79,636
79,249
92,492
94,388
99,676
106,560
112,613
116,817
130,835
148,822
152,973
186,882
192,807
187,139
207,309
230,799
263,224
279,090
298,060
81,232
355,559
399,561
463,302
517,112
599,272
617,766
600,562
666,457
734,057
769,091
854,143
908,954
990,691
1,031,308
1,091,440
1,165,029
1,252,669
1,365,282

(On-Budget)
(2,955)
(3,609)
(3,923)
(5,122)
(6,364)
(5,792)
(5,998)
(8,024)
(13,738)
(22,871)
(42,455)
(43,849)
(38,057)
(37,055)
(39,944)
(37,724)
(37,336)
(48,496)
(62,573)
(65,511)
(65,112)
(60,370)
(68,162)
(73,201)
(71,587)
(70,953)
(81,851)
(82,279)
(87,405)
(92,385)
(96,248)
(100,094)
(111,749)
(124,420)
(128,056)
(157,928)
(159,348)
(151,294)
(167,402)
(184,715)
(209,299)
(216,633)
(231,671)
(63,216)
(278,741)
(314,169)
(365,309)
(403,903)
(469,097)
(474,299)
(453,242)
(500,382)
(547,886)
(568,862)
(640,741)
(667,463)
(727,026)
(749,652)
(793,153)
(849,775)
(913,969)
(999,783)

(Off-Budget)
(...)
(...)
(...)

(265)
(387)
(503)
(550)
(688)
(896)
(1,130)
(1,292)
(1,310)
(1,238)
(1,459)
(1,616)
(1,690)
(2,106)
(3,120)
(3,594)
(4,097)
(4,589)
(5,081)
(6,425)
(6,789)
(8,049)
(8,296)
(10,641)
(12,109)
(12,271)
(14,175)
(16,366)
(16,723)
(19,085)
(24,401)
(24,917)
(28,953)
(33,459)
(35,845)
(39,907)
(46,084)
(53,925)
(62,458)
(66,389)
(18,016)
(76,817)
(85,391)
(97,994)
(113,209)
(130,176)
(143,467)
(147,320)
(166,075)
(186,171)
(200,228)
(213,402)
(241,491)
(263,666)
(281,656)
(298,287)
(315,254)
(338,700)
(365,499)

21

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 2.1-RECEIPTS BY SOURCE: 1934-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Fiscal Year

1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................

Individual
Income
Taxes
688,899
742,098

Corporation
Income
Taxes 3
130,024
138,285

Social Insurance Taxes and
PftntriKi itinno 1
Total
534,076
568,511

(On-Budget)

(389,847)
(417,213)

Total Receipts
Other 2
Total

(Off-Budget)

(144,229)
(151,298)

Excise
Taxes 1
53,585
47,789

60,762
64,065

1,467,346
1,560,748

(On-Budget)

(Off-Budget)

(1,077,499)
(1,143,535)

(389,847)
(417,213)

1 See Table 2.4 for additional details. 2 See Table 2.5 for additional details. 3 Beginning in 1987, includes trust fund receipts for the hazardous substance superfund. The trust fund amounts are
as follows (in millions of dollars): 1987: 196; 1988: 313; 1989: 292; 1990: 461; 1991: 320; 1992: 394; 1993: 465; 1994: 548; 1995: 662; 1996: 750.




22

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 2.2-PERCENTAGE COMPOSITION OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE: 1934-1996
Fiscal Year
1934 ...................................
1935 ...................................
1936 ...................................
1937 ...................................
1938 ...................................
1939 ...................................
1940 ...................................
1941 ...................................
1942 ...................................
1943 ...................................
1944 ...................................
1945 ...................................
1946 ...................................
1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................
1950 ...................................
1951 ...................................
1952 ...................................
1953 ...................................
1954 ...................................
1955 ...................................
1956 ...................................
1957 ...................................
1958 ...................................
1959 ...................................
1960 ...................................
1961 ...................................
1962 ...................................
1963 ...................................
1964 ...................................
1965 ...................................
1966 ...................................
1967 ...................................
1968 ...................................
1969 ...................................
1970 ...................................
1971 ....................................
1972 ....................................
1973 ....................................
1974 ...................................
1975 ....................................
1976 ....................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................
1980 ...................................
1981 ...................................
1982 ....................................
1983 ....................................
1984 ....................................
1985 ....................................
1986 ...................................
1987 ....................................
1988 ...................................
1989 ...................................
1990 ...................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate.....................
1994 estimate.....................
1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................




Individuai
Income
Taxes
14.2
14.6
17.2
20.3
19.1
16.3
13.6
15.1
22.3
27.1
45.0
40.7
41.0
46.6
46.5
39.5
39.9
41.9
42.2
42.8
42.4
43.9
43.2
44.5
43.6
46.3
44.0
43.8
45.7
44.7
43.2
41.8
42.4
41.3
44.9
46.7
46.9
46.1
45.7
44.7
45.2
43.9
44.2
47.8
44.3
45.3
47.0
47.2
47.7
48.2
48.1
44.8
45.6
45.4
46.0
44.1
45.0
45.3
45.1
45.5
45.7
46.4
46.9
47.5

Corporation
Income
Taxes
12.3
14.7
18.3
19.3
19.1
17.9
18.3
24.4
32.2
39.8
33.9
35.4
30.2
22.4
23.3
28.4
26.5
27.3
32.1
30.5
30.3
27.3
28.0
26.5
25.2
21.8
23.2
22.2
20.6
20.3
20.9
21.8
23.0
22.8
18.7
19.6
17.0
14.3
15.5
15.7
14.7
14.6
13.9
10.4
15.4
15.0
14.2
12.5
10.2
8.0
6.2
8.5
8.4
8.2
9.8
10.4
10.4
9.1
8.8
8.7
8.7
8.8
8.9
8.9*

Social Insurance Taxes and Contributions
Total
1.0
0.9
1.3
10.8
22.8
25.3
27.3
22.3
16.8
12.7
7.9
7.6
7.9
8.9
9.0
9.6
11.0
11.0
9.7
9.8
10.3
12.0
12.5
12.5
14.1
14.8
15.9
17.4
17.1
18.6
19.5
19.0
19.5
21.9
22.2
20.9
23.0
25.3
25.4
27.3
28.5
30.3
30.5
31.0
29.9
30.3
30.0
30.5
30.5
32.6
34.8
35.9
36.1
36.9
35.5
36.8
36.3
36.9
36.8
36.9
37.0
36.7
36.4
36.4

(On-Budget)

(Off-Budget)

(1-0)
(0.9)
(1.3)
(5.9)
(17.1)
(17.3)
(18.9)
(14.4)
(10.6)
(8.0)
(5.0)
(4.7)
(4-8)
(5.1)
(5.1)
(5.3)
(5.7)
(4.9)
(4-3)
(3.9)
(3.8)
(4.2)
(3-9)
(4.0)
(4.0)
(4-3)
(4.4)
(4-6)
(4.8)
(5.3)
(5.0)
(4.7)
(4.9)
(5-5)
(5.9)
(5.4)
(5.7)
(6.1)
(6.1)
(7.4)
(8.0)
(7.9)
(8.2)
(8.9)
(8.3)
(8.9)
(8.8)
(8-6)
(8.8)
(9.4)
(10.3)
(11-0)
(10.8)
(10.9)
(10.5)
(10.2)
(9-7)
(9.5)
(9.5)
(9.8)
(10.0)
(9.9)
(9.8)
(9.7)

(...)
(...)
(...)
(4.9)
(5.7)
(8.0)
(8.4)
(7.9)
(6.1)
(4.7)
(3.0)
(2-9)
(3.2)
(3-8)
(3.9)
(4-3)
(5-3)
(6.0)
(5.4)
(5.9)
(6.6)
(7.8)
(8.6)
(8.5)
(10.1)
(10.5)
(11.5)
(12.8)
(12.3)
(13.3)
(14.5)
(14.3)
(14.6)
(16.4)
(16.3)
(15.5)
(17.4)
(19.2)
(19.2)
(20.0)
(20.5)
(22.4)
(22.3)
(22.2)
(21.6)
(21.4)
(21.2)
(21.9)
(21.7)
(23.2)
(24.5)
(24.9)
(25.4)
(26.0)
(25.0)
(26.6)
(26.6)
(27.3)
(27.3)
(27.1)
(27.0)
(26.8)
(26.6)
(26.7)

Excise
Taxes
45.8
39.9
41.6
34.8
27.6
29.7
30.2
29.3
23.2
17.1
10.9
13.9
17.8
18.7
17.7
19.0
19.1
16.8
13.4
14.2
14.3
14.0
13.3
13.2
13.4
13.3
12.6
12.6
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.5
10.0
9.2
9.2
8.1
8.1
8.9
7.5
7.0
6.4
5.9
5.7
5.5
4.9
4.6
4.0
4.7
6.8
5.9
5.9
5.6
4.9
4.3
3.8
3.9
3.5
3.4
4.1
4.1
4.0
3.8
3.7
3.1

Total Receipts

Other
Total
26.7
30.0
21.6
14.9
11.5
10.7
10.7
9.0
5.5
3.3
2.2
2.4
3.1
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.4
3.1
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.8
3.0
3.3
3.7
3.7
4.2
4.0
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.9
5.1
4.7
5.0
4.7
4.9
5.4
6.0
5.2
5.2
5.4
5.8
5.3
5.3
4.8
4.8
5.1
4.8
5.3
5.0
5.2
5.0
5.2
4.9
4.8
4.8
5.4
5.1
4.8
4.6
4.3
4.1
4.1

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

(On-Budget)
(100.0)
(100.0)
(100.0)
(95.1)
(94.3)
(92.0)
(91.6)
(92.1)
(93.9)
(95.3)
(97.0)
(97.1)
(96.8)
(96.2)
(96.1)
(95.7)
(94.7)
(94.0)
(94.6)
(94.1)
(93.4)
(92.2)
(91.4)
(91.5)
(89.9)
(89.5)
(88.5)
(87.2)
(87.7)
(86.7)
(85.5)
(85.7)
(85.4)
(83.6)
(83.7)
(84.5)
(82.6)
(80.8)
(80.7)
(80.0)
(79.5)
(77.6)
(77.7)
(77.8)
(78.4)
(78.6)
(78.8)
(78.1)
(78.3)
(76.8)
(75.5)
(75.1)
(74.6)
(74.0)
(75.0)
(73.4)
(73.4)
(72.7)
(72.7)
(72.9)
(73.0)
(73.2)
(73.4)
(73.3)

(Off-Budget)
H

(...,
(...)
(4.9)
(5.7)
(8.0)
(8.4)
(7.9)
(6.1)
(4.7)
(3.0)
(2.9)
(3.2)
(3.8)
(3.9)
(4.3)
(5.3)
(6.0)
(5.4)
(5.9)
(6.6)
(7.8)
(8.6)
(8.5)
(10.1)
(10.5)
(11.5)
(12.8)
(12.3)
(13.3)
(14.5)
(14.3)
(14.6)
(16.4)
(16.3)
(15.5)
(17.4)
(19.2)
(19.2)
(20.0)
(20.5)
(22.4)
(22.3)
(22.2)
(21.6)
(21.4)
(21.2)
(21.9)
(21.7)
(23.2)
(24.5)
(24.9)
(25.4)
(26.0)
(25.0)
(26.6)
(26.6)
(27.3)
(27.3)
(27.1)
(27.0)
(26.8)
(26.6)
(26.7)

23

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 2.3-RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1934-1996
Fiscal Year
1934 ...................................
1935 ...................................
1936 ...................................
1937 ...................................
1938 ...................................
1939 ...................................
1940 ...................................
1941 ...................................
1942 ....................................
1943 ...................................
1944 ....................................
1945 ...................................
1946 ...................................
1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................
1950 ...................................
1951 ...................................
1952 ....................................
1953 ...................................
1954 ...................................
1955 ...................................
1956 ...................................
1957 ...................................
1958 ...................................
1959 ...................................
1960 ...................................
1961 ...................................
1962 ...................................
1963 ...................................
1964 ...................................
1965 ...................................
1966 ...................................
1967 ...................................
1968 ...................................
1969 ...................................
1970 ...................................
1971 ...................................
1972 ...................................
1973 ...................................
1974 ...................................
1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ....................................
1979 ....................................
1980 ....................................
1981 ....................................
1982 ...................................
1983 ...................................
1984 ...................................
1985 ...................................
1986 ...................................
1987 ...................................
1988 ...................................
1989 ....................................
1990 ....................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate.....................
1994 estimate.....................
1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate....................
* 0.05 percent or less.




Individual
Income
Taxes
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.3
1.5
1.2
0.9
1.2
2.3
3.7
9.8
8.6
7.6
8.0
7.8
5.9
5.9
6.9
8.2
8.2
8.0
7.4
7.7
8.1
7.7
7.6
8.0
8.0
8.2
8.1
7.7
7.3
7.5
7.7
8.1
9.4
9.1
8.2
8.2
8.1
8.4
8.0
7.7
8.6
8.2
8.3
8.9
9.1
9.6
9.5
8.7
8.1
8.5
8.3
8.9
8.4
8.7
8.6
8.8
8.8
8.9
9.2
9.4
9.5

Corporation
Income
Taxes
0.6
0.8
0.9
1.2
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.9
3.3
5.4
7.3
7.5
5.6
3.9
3.9
4.2
3.9
4.5
6.2
5.8
5.7
4.6
5.0
4.8
4.5
3.6
4.2
4.0
3.7
3.7
3.7
3.8
4.1
4.3
3.4
3.9
3.3
2.5
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.4
1.9
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.4
2.0
1.6
1.1
1.5
1.6
1.5
1.9
2.0
2.0
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.8

Social Insurance Taxes and Contributions
(On-Budget)

Total
*
*

0.1
0.7
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.6
1.8
1.9
1.9
2.0
2.0
2.2
2.3
2.5
2.4
2.9
3.2
3.1
3.4
3.5
3.3
3.5
4.1
4.0
4.2
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.9
5.3
5.6
5.3
5.6
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.9
6.1
6.4
6.3
6.5
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.0
7.0
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.3

(Off-Budget)

n
O
(0.1)
(0.4)
(1-3)
(1.2)
(1.3)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.0)
(0.9)
(0.9)
(0.9)
(0.8)

(...)

(0.8)
(0.8)
(0.8)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.8)
(0.8)
(0.9)
(1.0)
(0.9)
(0.8)
(0.9)
(1.0)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.1)
(1.3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.4)
(1.6)
(1-5)
(1.6)
(1.7)
(1.7)
(1.8)
(1-8)
(1.9)
(2.0)
(2.0)
(2.0)
(2.0)
(1.9)
(1.9)
(1.8)
(1.8)
(1-9)
(1.9)
(2.0)
(2.0)
(1.9)

(...)
(...)

(0.3)
(0.4)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.6)
(0.8)
(1.0)
(1.0)
(1.1)
(1.2)
(1.3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.8)
(1.7)
(2.1)
(2.3)
(2.2)
(2.4)
(2.6)
(2-5)
(2.6)
(3.1)
(2.9)
(3.1)
(3.4)
(3.4)
(3.5)
(3.6)
(3.8)
(4.1)
(3-9)
(4.0)
(4.0)
(3.9)
(4.0)
(4.2)
(4.4)
(4.6)
(4.4)
(4-5)
(4.7)
(4-8)
(4-8)
(5.1)
(5.1)
(5.2)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)

Excise
Taxes
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.3
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.9
3.3
3.2
3.0
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.7
2.7
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.2
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.9
1.4
1.2
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.6

Total Receipts
Other
Total
1.3
1.6
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.6
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.0
1.1
0.9
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.0
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.8

4.9
5.2
5.0
6.2
7.6
7.1
6.8
7.7
10.3
13.7
21.7
21.3
18.5
17.2
16.8
14.9
14.8
16.4
19.3
19.0
18.9
16.9
17.8
18.2
17.7
16.5
18.3
18.2
17.9
18.1
17.9
17.4
17.7
18.7
18.0
20.1
19.5
17.7
18.0
18.0
18.6
18.3
17.6
18.1
18.4
18.4
18.9
19.4
20.1
19.7
18.1
18.1
18.6
18.4
19.3
19.0
19.3
19.1
19.4
19.5
19.5
19.9
20.0
20.0

(On-Budget)
(4.9)
(5.2)
(5.0)
(5.9)
(7.2)
(6.6)
(6.3)
(7.1)
(9.7)
(13.0)
(21.0)
(20.6)
(17.9)
(16.6)
(16.1)
(14.3)
(14.0)
(15.4)
(18.3)
(17.9)
(17.6)
(15.6)
(16.3)
(16.6)
(15.9)
(14.7)
(16.2)
(15.9)
(15.7)
(15.7)
(15.3)
(14.9)
(15.1)
(15.7)
(15.1)
(17.0)
(16.1)
(14.3)
(14.5)
(14.4)
(14.8)
(14.2)
(13.6)
(14.1)
(14.4)
(14.5)
(14.9)
(15.1)
(15.7)
(15.1)
(13.6)
(13.6)
(13.9)
(13.6)
(14.5)
(14.0)
(14.2)
(13.9)
(14.1)
(14.2)
(14.2)
(14.5)
(14.7)
(14.6)

(Off-Budget)
(...)
(...)
(...)

(0.3)
(0.4)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.6)
(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.6)
(0.8)
(1.0)
(1.0)
(1.1)
(1.2)
(1.3)
(1.5)
(1.5)
(1.8)
(1.7)
(2.1)
(2-3)
(2.2)
(2.4)
(2.6)
(2.5)
(2.6)
(3.1)
(2.9)
(3.1)
(3.4)
(3.4)
(3.5)
(3-6)
(3.8)
(4.1)
(3.9)
(4.0)
(4.0)
(3.9)
(4.0)
(4.2)
(4.4)
(4.6)
(4.4)
(4.5)
(4.7)
(4.8)
(4.8)
(5.1)
(5.1)
(5.2)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5.3)
(5-3)

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 2.4-COMPOSITION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OF EXCISE TAXES: 1940-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

Social Insurance
Employment taxes and contributions:
Old-age and survivors insurance:
Federal funds................................
Trust funds (Off-Budget) ..............
Railroad retirement/pension fund:
Federal funds................................
Trust funds....................................

54
550

2
688

-1
896

-1
1,130

-2
1,292

-3
1,310

-3
1,238

-5
1,459

-5
1,616

-8
1,690

-8
2,106

-10
3,120

1
120

23
114

29
141

-6
215

4
263

-24
309

-10
292

82
298

-201
758

-11
574

*

550

3
575

Total 1 .....................................
Unemployment insurance:
Federal funds....................................
Trust fu nds.......................................

725

827

1,064

1,338

1,557

1,592

1,517

1,835

2,168

2,246

2,648

3,688

111
904

103
953

126
1,172

167
1,310

190
1,454

194
1,375

190
1,126

196
1,133

206
1,138

220
985

224
1,108

231
1,378

Total.........................................
Other retirement contributions:
Employees retirement — employee
contributions..................................
Contributions for non-Federal em­
ployees .........................................

1,015

1,056

1,299

1,477

1,644

1,568

1,316

1,329

1,343

1,205

1,332

1,609

44

56

88

227

270

289

280

256

236

326

354

373

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

3

3

4

4

4

T otal.........................................

45

57

89

229

272

291

282

259

239

330

358

377

Total social insurance taxes
and contributions 1 ..............

1,785

1,940

2,452

3,044

3,473

3,451

3,115

3,422

3,751

3,781

4,338

5,674

Federal funds:
Alcohol taxes.....................................
Tobacco taxes...................................
Other .................................................

623
606
748

818
691
1,043

1,046
779
1,573

1,422
913
1,760

1,604
986
2,169

2,275
929
3,061

2,490
1,156
3,352

2,429
1,231
3,551

2,217
1,297
3,842

2,168
1,319
4,015

2,180
1,326
4,044

2,508
1,378
4,761

Total excise ta xe s....................

1,977

2,552

3,399

4,096

4,759

6,265

6,998

7,211

7,356

7,502

7,550

8,648

Excise Taxes

See footnotes at end of table.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 2.4— COMPOSITION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OF EXCISE TAXES: 1940-1996-CONTINUED
(in millions of dollars)

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

11,104
1,005

11,267
1,004

13,117
1,058

Social Insurance
Employment taxes and contributions:
Old-age and survivors insurance:
Federal funds...............................
Trust funds (Off-Budget) ..............
Disability insurance (Off-Budget)......
Railroad retirement/pension fund:
Federal funds................................
Trust funds...................................

-14
3,594

4,097

*

*

4,589

300
5,081

6,425

6,457
332

7,138
911

7,418
878

9,671
970

*

735

625

603

600

634

616

575

525

607

571

564

572

Total 1 ......................................
Unemployment insurance:
Federal fun ds...................................
Trust fun ds.......................................

4,315

4,722

5,192

5,981

7,059

7,405

8,624

8,821

11,248

12,679

12,835

14,746

257
1,455

274
1,401

283
1,278

278
1,172

322
1,368

328
1,623

333
1,601

321
1,810

339
2,329

2,903

3,337

4,112

Total.........................................
Other retirement contributions:
Employees retirement — employee
contributions.................................
Contributions for non-Federal em­
ployees .........................................

1,712

1,675

1,561

1,449

1,690

1,950

1,933

2,131

2,667

2,903

3,337

4,112

413

418

450

426

566

636

673

760

758

845

863

933

5

5

5

6

5

5

9

10

10

12

12

13

642

682

770

768

857

875

946

Total.........................................

418

423

455

431

571

Total social insurance taxes
and contributions 1 ..............

6,445

6,820

7,208

7,862

9,320

9,997

11,239

11,722

14,683

16,439

17,046

19,804

2,515
1,562
4,775

2,723
1,652
5,501

2,738
1,578
5,630

2,689
1,568
4,874

2,866
1,607
5,455

2,915
1,669
4,472

2,882
1,728
4,002

2,938
1,798
3,767

3,127
1,927
4,084

3,146
1,986
3,931

3,268
2,022
4,295

3,366
2,075
4,474

Total.........................................
Highway trust fund ...............................

8,852

9,877

9,945

9,131

9,929

9,055
1,479

8,612
2,026

8,504
2,074

9,137
2,539

9,063
2,798

9,585
2,949

9,915
3,279

Total excise ta xe s....................

8,852

9,877

9,945

9,131

9,929

10,534

10,638

10,578

11,676

11,860

12,534

13,194

Excise Taxes
Federal funds:
Alcohol taxes....................................
Tobacco taxes..................................
Other ................................................

See footnotes a end of table.
t




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 2.4-COMPOSITION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OF EXCISE TAXES: 1940-1996—CONTINUED
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1965

1966

1967

15,242
1,124

15,567
1,156

22,197
2,204
2,645
776

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

31,354
4,490
4,874
980

35,132
4,775
5,205
1,008

40,703
5,381
7,603
1,189

47,778
6,147
10,551
1,411

55,207
7,250
11,252
1,489

Social Insurance
Employment taxes and contributions:
Old-age and survivors insurance
(Off-Budget) ..................................
Disability insurance (Off-Budget)......
Hospital insurance ............................
.....

25,484
29,396
22,265
2,651
3,469
4,063
4,755
3,493
4,398
814
885
Railroad retirement/pension 919
fund

593

636

17,556
1,530
893
683

Total 1 .....................................
Unemployment insurance......................
Other retirement contributions:
Employees retirement — employee
contributions..................................
Contributions for non-Federal em­
ployees .........................................

16,959
3,997

17,358
3,803

20,662
3,755

27,823
3,575

29,224
3,346

34,236
3,328

39,133
3,464

41,699
3,674

46,120
4,357

54,876
6,051

65,888
6,837

75,199
6,771

992

1,064

1,111

1,202

1,334

1,426

1,735

1,916

2,058

2,146

2,302

2,513

15

16

18

19

20

24

29

37

39

41

45

52

Total..........................................

1,007

1,081

1,129

1,221

1,354

1,451

1,765

1,952

2,097

2,187

2,347

2,565

Total social insurance taxes
and contributions 1 ..............

21,963

22,242

25,546

32,619

33,923

39,015

44,362

47,325

52,574

63,115

75,071

84,534

3,499
2,048
4,664

3,689
2,142
5,081

3,720
2,066
3,358

3,980
2,077
3,221

4,189
2,121
3,391

4,447
2,136
4,002

4,646
2,093
3,613

4,696
2,205
3,609

5,004
2,205
2,297

5,040
2,274
2,522

5,248
2,435
2,060

5,238
2,312
1,850

Total..........................................
Trust funds:
Highways..........................................
Airport and airway.............................

10,211

10,911

9,145

9,278

9,700

10,585

10,352

10,510

9,506

9,836

9,743

9,400

3,519

3,659

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

5,542
563

5,322
649

5,665
758

6,260
840

6,188
962

Total..........................................

3,519

3,659

3,917

4,441

4,379

4,637

5,354

6,104

5,971

6,424

7,100

7,151

Total excise ta xe s....................

13,731

14,570

13,062

13,719

14,079

15,222

15,705

16,614

15,477

16,260

16,844

16,551

Excise Taxes
Federal funds:
Alcohol taxes...................................
Tobacco taxes...................................
Other .................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




27

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 2.4-COMPOSITION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OF EXCISE TAXES: 1940-1996-CONTINUED
(in millions of dollars)

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

58,703
7,686
11,987
1,525

15,886
2,130
3,457
328

68,032
8,786
13,474
1,908

73,141
12,250
16,668
1,822

83,410
14,584
19,874
2,190

Total 1 .........................................................
Unemployment insurance........................................
Other retirement contributions:
Employees retirement — employee contributions
Contributions for non-Federal employees...........

79,901
8,054

21,801
2,698

92,199
11,312

103,881
13,850

2,760
54

707
13

2,915
59

T otal............................................................

2,814

720

Total social insurance taxes and
contributions 1 ........................................

90,769

5,318
2,484

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

96,581
16,628
23,217
2,323

117,757
12,418
30,340
2,457

122,840
20,626
34,301
2,917

128,972
18,348
35,641
2,805

150,312
15,763
40,262
3,321

169,822
16,348
44,871
2,213
1,391

120,058
15,387

138,748
15,336

162,973
15,763

180,686
16,600

185,766
18,799

209,658
25,138

234,646
25,758

3,174
62

3,428
66

3,660
59

3,908
76

4,140
72

4,351
78

4,494
86

4,672
87

2,974

3,237

3,494

3,719

3,984

4,212

4,429

4,580

4,759

25,219

106,485

120,967

138,939

157,803

182,720

201,498

208,994

239,376

265,163

1,279
622

5,295
2,393

5,492
2,444

5,531
2,492

5,606
2,581
23,252
2,689

5,382
2,537
18,407
2,344

5,557
4,136
12,135
2,258

5,315
4,660
8,906
3,398

5,562
4,779
6,348
2,408

Social Insurance
Employment taxes and contributions:
Old-age and survivors insurance (Off-Budget) ....
Disability insurance (Off-Budget).........................
Hospital insurance...............................................
Railroad retirement/pension fund.........................
Railroad social security equivalent account........

Excise Taxes
Federal funds:
Alcohol taxes.......................................................
Tobacco taxes.....................................................
Windfall profits.....................................................
Other....................................................................
T otal............................................................
Trust funds:
Highways.............................................................
Airport and airway...............................................
Black lung disability ............................................
Inland waterway ..................................................
Hazardous substances response ........................
Post-closure liability ............................................
Aquatic resources ...............................................

2,810

619

1,960

2,118

1,785

5,601
2,443
6,934
585

10,612

2,520

9,648

10,054

9,808

15,563

34,128

28,670

24,086

22,279

19,097

5,413
938

1,676
277

6,709
1,191

6,904
1,326
92

7,189
1,526
222

6,620
1,874
272

6,305
21
237
20
128

6,744
133
491
30
244

8,297
2,165
494
29
230

11,743
2,499
518
39
261
9
12

13,015
2,851
581
40
273
7
126

To ta l............................................................

6,351

1,953

7,900

8,323

8,937

8,766

6,711

7,641

11,214

15,082

16,894

Total excise taxes ......................................

16,963

4,473

17,548

18,376

18,745

24,329

40,839

36,311

35,300

37,361

35,992

See footnotes a end of table.
t




28

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 2.4—COMPOSITION OF SOCIAL INSURANCE TAXES AND CONTRIBUTIONS AND OF EXCISE TAXES: 1940-1996—CONTINUED
(in millions of dollars)

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

182,518
17,711
51,335
2,103
1,395

194,541
18,861
55,992
2,220
1,414

220,337
21,154
59,859
2,326
1,417

240,595
23,071
65,396
2,391
1,407

255,031
26,625
68,556
2,292
1,387

269,477
28,810
74,037
2,400
1,450

284,865
30,389
82,708
2,426
1,485

305,779
32,921
90,123
2,460
1,501

330,131
35,368
96,814
2,497
1,521

352,114
37,733
103,105
2,549
1,548

376,827
40,386
110,190
2,596
1,572

Total 1 .........................................................
Unemployment insurance.........................................
Other retirement contributions:
Employees retirement — employee contributions
Contributions for non-Federal employees...........

255,062
24,098

273,028
25,575

305,093
24,584

332,859
22,011

353,891
21,635

376,175
21,194

401,873
22,863

432,783
26,371

466,332
29,889

497,048
32,248

531,570
32,139

4,645
96

4,613
102

4,537
122

4,428
119

4,405
117

4,469
117

4,511
116

4,523
115

4,619
114

4,666
113

4,689
113

Total............................................................

4,742

4,715

4,658

4,546

4,522

4,586

4,627

4,638

4,733

4,780

4,802

Total social insurance taxes and
contributions 1 .........................................

283,901

303,318

334,335

359,416

380,047

401,955

429,363

463,792

500,954

534,076

568,511

5,828
4,589
2,251

5,971
4,763

5,709
4,616

5,661
4,378

5,695
4,081

7,437
4,623

8,233
4,780

8,216
5,255

8,159
5,444

8,148
5,380

8,109
5,315

3,385

4,110

5,860

3,108

360
5,455

1,250
7,608

1,136
8,057

1,584
8,300

1,896
8,594

2,105
8,954

2,174
5,644

16,053

14,844

16,185

13,147

15,591

20,918

22,206

23,355 •

24,092

24,587

21,242

13,363
2,736
547
40
15

13,032
3,060
572
48
635
-1

14,114
3,189
594
48
698
-9

15,628
3,664
563
47
883
-1

18,467
6,062
667
83
828

19,005
6,550
680
95
840

19,461
7,159
694
104
852

16,331
7,786
708
108
864

194
73

208
125
74

187
168
99

16,817
4,964
627
60
816
-12
243
150
109
118

17,776
5,585
649
70
815

165

13,867
3,700
665
63
818
-1
143
218
122
159

240
154
149
124

241
159
152
130

253
163
155
137

260
168
157
143

267
173
160
149

Social Insurance
Employment taxes and contributions:
Old-age and survivors insurance (Off-Budget) ....
Disability insurance (Off-Budget).........................
Hospital insurance...............................................
Railroad retirement/pension fu n d .........................
Railroad social security equivalent account........

Excise Taxes
Federal funds:
Alcohol taxes.......................................................
Tobacco taxes.....................................................
Windfall profits.....................................................
Ozone depletion..................................................
Other....................................................................
Total............................................................
Trust funds:
Highways.............................................................
Airport and airway................................................
Black lung disability .............................................
Inland waterway..................................................
Hazardous substances response ........................
Post-closure liability ............................................
Oil spill liability ....................................................
Aquatic resources ...............................................
Leaking underground storage tank .....................
Vaccine injury compensation...............................

★

Total............................................................

16,866

17,613

19,042

21,239

19,754

23,892

25,562

26,788

27,878

28,998

26,547

Total excise ta xe s.......................................

32,919

32,457

35,227

34,386

35,345

44,810

47,768

50,143

51,970

53,585

47,789

Note: Unless otherwise noted, all receipts shown in this table are trust funds and on-budget.
* $500 thousand or less.
1 On-budget and off-budget.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 2.5-COMPOSITION OF “OTHER RECEIPTS”: 1940-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Memorandum: Trust Fund Amounts In­
cluded in “Other Receipts”

Miscellaneous Receipts
Fiscal Year

1940
1941
1942 ,
1943 .
1944 .
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

.
,
,

,
.

1955 ,
1956 .
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964 .
1965 .
1966 .
1967 .
1968 .
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
TO ...
1977
1978
1979 .
1980
1981
1982
1983
.........
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991 estimate
1992 estimate
1993 estimate ,
1994 estimate ,
1995 estimate .
1996 estimate

Total Other Re­
ceipts

698
781
801
800
972
1,083
1,202

1,331
1,461
1,388
1,351
1,578
1,710
1,857
1,905
1,850
2,270
2,672
2,961
2,921
3,923
3,796
4,001
4,395
4,731
5,753
6,708
6,987
7,580
8,718
9,499
10,185
12,355
12,026
13,737
14,998
17,317
4,279
19,008
19,278
22,101

26,311
28,659
33,006
30,309
34,412
37,040
40,168
41,884
43,702
47,908
55,524
56,175
56,467
57,649
58,878
60,762
64,065

1 Deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System.




Estate and Gift
Taxes

353
403
420
441
507
637
668
771
890
780
698
708
818
881
934
924
1,161
1,365
1.393
1,333
1,606
1,896
2,016
2,167
2.394
2,716
3,066
2,978
3,051
3,491
3,644
3,735
5,436
4,917
5,035
4,611
5,216
1,455
7,327
5,285
5,411
6,389
6,787
7,991
6,053

Customs Duties
and Fees

331
365
369
308
417
341
424
477
403
367
407
609
533
596
542
585
682
735
782
925
1,105
982
1,142
1,205
1,252
1,442
1,767
1,901
2,038
2,319
2,430
2,591
3,287
3,188
3,334
3,676
4,074
1,212

11,500
12,241
13,265
14,051
13,721

5,150
6,573
7,439
7,174
8,083
8,854
8,655
11,370
12,079
13,327
15,085
16,198
16,334
16,707
17,698
19,295
20,816
21,994

14,559
15,698

22,706
23,858

6,010

6,422
6,958
7,493
7,594
8,745

Federal Reserve
Deposits 1

All Other

Customs Duties
and Fees

I Other

14
14
11

15
100

187
192
189
278
298
341
251
287
434
664
491
1,093
788
718
828
947
1,372
1,713
1,805
2,091
2,662
3,266
3,533
3,252
3,495
4,845
5,777
5,451
1,500
5,908
6,641
8,327
11,767
12,834
15,186
14,492
15,684
17,059
18,374
16,817
17,163
19,604
24,319
23,384
20,741
19,548
19,846
20,111

21,117

50
48
105
109
69
68
54
55
72
81
81
88
90
140
139
123
171
119
130
125
194
139

27
27
27
28
27
27
27
39
54
16
22

56
29
29
44
15
17

222

163
302
400
247
158
325
380
425
523
935
2,576

20

111

623
778
925
981
956
975
1,108
1,347
1,480
1,510
2,490
2,747
3,225
2,997
2,852
3,166
3,234
3,317
3,386
3,392

60
30
30
30
30
30
70
174
243
210

556
681
704
728
752
777

23
24
36
40
33
8
42
39
43
54
75
100

109
126
145
156
177
165
222

233
242
242
246
260
280
303

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.1 —OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996
Superfunction and Function

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

In millions of dollars
National defense .............................................................
Human resources............................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Health .......................................................................
Income Security .......................................................
Social Security .........................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Veterans benefits and services ................................
Physical resources .........................................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment .........................
Commerce and housing credit .................................
Transportation...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Net interest ......................................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................
Other functions ...............................................................
International affairs....................................................
General science, space and technology..................
Agriculture.................................................................
Administration of justice............................................
General government ................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...................................

1,660
4,139

6,435
4,158

25,658
3,599

66,699
2,659

79,143
1,928

82,965
1,859

42,681
5,493

12,808
9,909

1,972
55
1,514
28
(28)
570
2,312
88
997
550
392
285
899
(941)
(-42)
775
51

1,592
60
1,855
91
(91)
560
1,782
91
817
398
353
123
943
(999)
(-56)
882
145

369
81
274
-317

339
92
306
-547

1,062
71
1,828
137
(137)
501
3,892
156
819
1,521
1,283
113
1,052
(1,123)
(-71)
1,830
968
4
344
117
397
-894

375
92
1,739
177
(177)
276
6,433
116
726
2,151
3,220
219
1,529
(1,616)
(-87)
2,457
1,286
1
343
154
673
-1,221

160
174
1,503
217
(217)
-126
5,471
65
642
624
3,901
238
2,219
(2,322)
(-103)
3,864
1,449
48
1,275
192
900
-1,320

134
211
1,137
267
(267)
110
1,747
25
455
-2,630
3,654
243
3,112
(3,236)
(-124)
4,418
1,913
111
1,635
178
581
-1,389

85
201
2,384
358
(358)
2,465
836
41
482
-1,857
1,970
200
4,111
(4,259)
(-148)
3,580
1,935
34
610
176
825
-1,468

102
177
2,820
466
(466)
6,344
1,227
18
700
-923
1,130
302
4,204
(4,367)
(-163)
7,900
5,791
5
814
176
1,114
-1,552

Total, Federal outlays......................................................
(On-budget)....................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................

9,468
(9,482)
(-14)

13,653
(13,618)
(35)

35,137
(35,071)
(66)

78,555
(78,466)
(89)

91,304
(91,190)
(114)

92,712
(92,569)
(143)

55,232
(55,022)
(210)

34,496
(34,193)
(303)

As percentages of outlays
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................................

17.5
43.7
24.4
9.5
8.2
-3.4

47.1
30.5
13.1
6.9
6.5
-4.0

73.0
10.2
11.1
3.0
5.2
-2.5

84.9
3.4
8.2
1.9
3.1
-1.6

86.7
2.1
6.0
2.4
4.2
-1.4

89.5
2.0
1.9
3.4
4.8
-1.5

77.3
9.9
1.5
7.4
6.5
-2.7

37.1
28.7
3.6
12.2
22.9
-4.5

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

100.0
(100.2)
(-•2)

100.0
(99.7)
(0.3)

100.0
(99.8)
(0.2)

100.0
(99.9)
(0.1)

100.0
(99.9)
(0.1)

100.0
(99.8)
(0.2)

100.0
(99.6)
(0.4)

100.0
(99.1)
(0.9)

As percentages of GNP
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts........................................

1.7
4.3
2.4
0.9
0.8
-.3

5.7
3.7
1.6
0.8
0.8
-.5

18.0
2.5
2.7
0.7
1.3
-.6

37.9
1.5
3.7
0.9
1.4
-.7

39.2
1.0
2.7
1.1
1.9
-.7

39.1
0.9
0.8
1.5
2.1
-.7

20.0
2.6
0.4
1.9
1.7
-.7

5.7
4.4
0.5
1.9
3.5
-.7

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

9.9
(9.9)
(-)

12.1
(12.1)
O

24.7
(24.7)
O

44.7
(44.6)
(0.1)

45.2
(45.1)
(0.1)

43.6
(43.6)
(0.1)

25.9
(25.8)
(0.1)

15.4
(15.3)
(0.1)

* 0.05 percent or less.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.1-OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Continued
Superfunction and Function

1949

1948

1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

In millions of dollars
National defense.............................................................
Human resources............................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Health .......................................................................
Income Security .......................................................
Social Security .........................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Veterans benefits and services ...............................
Physical resources .........................................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment.........................
Commerce and housing credit ................................
Transportation...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Net interest ......................................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Other functions ...............................................................
International affairs...................................................
General science, space and technology..................
Agriculture.................................................................
Administration of justice...........................................
General government ................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ..................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Total, Federal outlays .....................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

9,105
9,868

13,150
10,805

13,724
14,221

23,566
11,001

46,089
11,745

52,802
11,836

49,266
13,076

42,729
14,908

191
162
2,499
558
(558)
6,457
2,243
292
780
306
787
78
4,341
(4,532)
(-191)
5,851
4,566
1
69
170
1,045
-1,643
(-1,643)

178
197
3,174
657
(657)
6,599
3,104
341
1,080
800
916
-33
4,523
(4,753)
(-230)
9,032
6,052
48
1,924
184
824
-1,779
(-1,779)

241
268
4,097
781
(781)
8,834
3,667
327
1,308
1,035
967
30
4,812
(5,069)
(-257)
7,955
4,673
55
2,049
193
986
-1,817
(-1,817)

235
323
3,352
1,565
(1,565)
5,526
3,924
383
1,310
1,228
956
47
4,665
(4,952)
(-287)
4,690
3,647
51
-323
218
1,097
-2,332
(-2,332)

339
347
3,655
2,063
(2,063)
5,341
4,182
474
1,233
1,278
1,124
73
4,701
(5,035)
(-334)
4,346
2,691
49
176
267
1,163
-3,377
(-3,377)

441
336
3,823
2,717
(2,717)
4,519
4,005
425
1,289
910
1,264
117
5,156
(5,543)
(-387)
5,873
2,119
49
2,253
243
1,209
-3,571
(-3,571)

(...)

(...)

(...)

(...)

(...)

(...)

370
307
4,434
3,352
(3,352)
4,613
2,584
432
1,007
-184
1,229
100
4,811
(5,250)
(-439)
4,515
1,596
46
1,817
257
799
-3,397
(-3,396)
H)

445
291
5,071
4,427
(4,427)
4,675
2,732
325
940
92
1,246
129
4,850
(5,288)
(-438)
6,718
2,223
74
3,514
256
651
-3,493
(-3,487)
(-6)

29,764
(29,396)
(368)

38,835
(38,408)
(427)

42,562
(42,038)
(524)

45,514
(44,237)
(1,277)

67,686
(65,956)
(1,730)

76,101
(73,771)
(2,330)

70,855
(67,943)
(2,912)

68,444
(64,461)
(3,983)

As percentages of outlays
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .......................................

30.6
33.2
7.5
14.6
19.7
-5.5

33.9
27.8
8.0
11.6
23.3
-4.6

32.2
33.4
8.6
11.3
18.7
-4.3

51.8
24.2
8.6
10.2
10.3
-5.1

68.1
17.4
6.2
6.9
6.4
-5.0

69.4
15.6
5.3
6.8
7.7
-4.7

69.5
18.5
3.6
6.8
6.4
-4.8

62.4
21.8
4.0
7.1
9.8
-5.1

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

100.0
(98.8)
(1.2)

100.0
(98.9)
(1.1)

100.0
(98.8)
(1.2)

100.0
(97.2)
(2.8)

100.0
(97.4)
(2.6)

100.0
(96.9)
(3.1)

100.0
(95.9)
(4.1)

100.0
(94.2)
(5.8)

As percentages of GNP
National defense ...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .......................................

3.7
4.0
0.9
1.8
2.4
-.7

5.0
4.1
1.2
1.7
3.4
-.7

5.1
5.3
1.4
1.8
3.0
-.7

7.5
3.5
1.2
1.5
1.5
-.7

13.5
3.4
1.2
1.4
1.3
-1.0

14.4
3.2
1.1
1.4
1.6
-1.0

13.3
3.5
0.7
1.3
1.2
-.9

11.1
3.9
0.7
1.3
1.7
-.9

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

12.0
(11.9)
(0.1)

14.7
(14.6)
(0.2)

16.0
(15.8)
(0-2)

14.4
(14.0)
(0.4)

19.8
(19.3)
(0.5)

20.8
(20.2)
(0.6)

19.2
(18.4)
(0-8)

17.7
(16.7)
(1.0)

280-100 0




-

91-2

32

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.1—OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Continued
Superfunction and Function

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

In millions of dollars
National defense.............................................................
Human resources............................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Health .......................................................................
Income Security .......................................................
Social Security .........................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Veterans benefits and services ................................
Physical resources .........................................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment.........................
Commerce and housing credit .................................
Transportation...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Net interest ......................................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Other functions ...............................................................
International affairs...................................................
General science, space and technology..................
Agriculture.................................................................
Administration of justice............................................
General government ................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

42,523
16,052

45,430
18,161

46,815
22,288

49,015
24,892

48,130
26,184

49,601
29,838

52,345
31,630

53,400
33,522

591
359
4,734
5,478
(5,478)
4,891
3,092
174
870
506
1,450
92
5,079
(5,567)
(-487)
7,482
2,414
79
3,486
302
1,201
-3,589
(-3,571)
(-18)

590
479
5,427
6,661
(6,661)
5,005
4,559
240
1,098
1,424
1,662
135
5,354
(5,910)
(-557)
7,220
3,147
122
2,288
303
1,360
-4,146
(-4,058)
(-88)

643
541
7,535
8,219
(8,219)
5,350
5,188
348
1,407
930
2,334
169
5,604
(6,175)
(-571)
6,896
3,364
141
2,411
325
655
-4,385
(-4,240)
(-145)

789
685
8,239
9,737
(9,737)
5,443
7,813
382
1,632
1,933
3,655
211
5,762
(6,338)
(-576)
9,229
3,144
294
4,509
356
926
-4,613
(-4,449)
(-164)

968
795
7,378
11,602
(11,602)
5,441
7,991
464
1,559
1,618
4,126
224
6,947
(7,511)
(-563)
7,760
2,988
599
2,623
366
1,184
-4,820
(-4,632)
(-188)

1,068
913
9,678
12,474
(12,474)
5,705
7,754
510
1,779
1,203
3,987
275
6,716
(7,307)
(-591)
8,621
3,184
1,042
2,641
400
1,354
-4,807
(-4,601)
(-206)

1,246
1,198
9,193
14,365
(14,365)
5,628
8,831
604
2,044
1,424
4,290
469
6,889
(7,498)
(-609)
12,401
5,639
1,723
3,562
429
1,049
-5,274
(-5,053)
(-221)

1,464
1,451
9,298
15,788
(15,788)
5,521
8,013
530
2,251
62
4,596
574
7,740
(8,322)
(-582)
14,437
5,308
3,051
4,384
465
1,230
-5,797
(-5,555)
(-242)

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

70,640
(65,668)
(4,972)

76,578
(70,562)
(6,016)

82,405
(74,902)
(7,503)

92,098
(83,102)
(8,996)

92,191
(81,341)
(10,850)

97,723
(86,046)
(11,677)

106,821
(93,286)
(13,535)

111,316
(96,352)
(14,964)

As percentages of outlays
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................................

60.2
22.7
4.4
7.2
10.6
-5.1

59.3
23.7
6.0
7.0
9.4
-5.4

56.8
27.0
6.3
6.8
8.4
-5.3

53.2
27.0
8.5
6.3
10.0
-5.0

52.2
28.4
8.7
7.5
8.4
-5.2

50.8
30.5
7.9
6.9
8.8
-4.9

49.0
29.6
8.3
6.4
11.6
-4.9

48.0
30.1
7.2
7.0
13.0
-5.2

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

100.0
(93.0)
(7.0)

100.0
(92.1)
(7-9)

100.0
(90.9)
(9.1)

100.0
(90.2)
(9.8)

100.0
(88.2)
(11-8)

100.0
(88.1)
(11.9)

100.0
(87.3)
(12.7)

100.0
(86.6)
(13.4)

As percentages of GNP
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................................

10.2
3.8
0.7
1.2
1.8
-.9

10.3
4.1
1.0
1.2
1.6
-.9

10.4
5.0
1.2
1.2
1.5
-1.0

10.2
5.2
1.6
1.2
1.9
-1.0

9.5
5.2
1.6
1.4
1.5
-1.0

9.6
5.8
1.5
1.3
1.7
-.9

9.4
5.7
1.6
1.2
2.2
-.9

9.1
5.7
1.4
1.3
2.5
-1.0

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

16.9
(15.7)
(1.2)

17.4
(16.0)
(1.4)

18.3
(16.6)
(1.7)

19.1
(17.3)
(1.9)

18.2
(16.1)
(2.1)

18.9
(16.6)
(2.3)

19.2
(16.7)
(2.4)

18.9
(16.4)
(2.5)




33

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.1-OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Continued
Superfunction and Function

1964

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1970

1971

In millions of dollars
54,757
35,294

50,620
36,576

58,111
43,257

71,417
51,272

81,926
59,375

82,497
66,410

81,692
75,349

78,872
91,901

1,563
1,788

2,146
1,791

9,641
16,620

9,455
17,460

4,372
2,543
64
9,662
20,694
(20,694)
5,923
13,410
612
2,719
3,245
5,730
1,105
9,386
(10,028)
(-642)
16,911
5,580
6,717
2,447
563
1,603
-6,542
(-6,205)
(-337)

6,458
3,351
2,748
10,248
21,725
(94)
(21,631)
6,743
14,674
782
2,869
3,979
5,936
1,108
10,268
(11,060)
(-792)
17,126
5,566
6,233
2,990
618
1,719
-7,294
(-6,879)
(-415)

7,642
4,390
4,649
11,798
23,854
(94)
(23,760)
7,042
16,002
1,037
2,988
4,280
6,316
1,382
11,090
(12,069)
(-979)
17,786
5,301
5,524
4,545
659
1,757
-8,045
(-7,600)
(-445)

7,548
5,162
5,695
13,066
27,298
(414)
(26,885)
7,642
11,869
1,010
2,900
-119
6,526
1,552
12,699
(13,848)
(-1,149)
18,151
4,600
5,020
5,826
766
1,939
-7,986
(-7,454)
(-532)

8,634
5,907
6,213
15,645
30,270
(458)
(29,812)
8,679
15,574
997
3,065
2,112
7,008
2,392
14,380
(15,948)
(-1,568)
17,286
4,330
4,511
5,166
959
2,320
-8,632
(-7,995)
(-637)

9,849
6,843
6,622
22,936
35,872
(465)
(35,408)
9,778
18,286
1,035
3,915
2,366
8,052
2,917
14,841
(16,783)
(-1,942)
16,379
4,159
4,182
4,290
1,306
2,442
-10,107
(-9,467)
(-640)

134,532
(114,817)
(19,715)

157,464
(137,040)
(20,424)

178,134
(155,798)
(22,336)

183,640
(158,436)
(25,204)

195,649
(168,042)
(27,607)

210,172
(177,346)
(32,826)

National defense ..........................................................
Human resources............................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Health .......................................................................
Medicare...................................................................
Income Security .......................................................
Social Security .........................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Veterans benefits and services ...............................
Physical resources .........................................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment ........................
Commerce and housing credit ................................
Transportation...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Net interest ......................................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Other functions ...............................................................
International affairs...................................................
General science, space and technology..................
Agriculture.................................................................
Administration of justice...........................................
General government ................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts..................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

(...)

(...)

(...)

(16,620)
5,682
9,528
572
2,364
418
5,242
933
8,199
(8,805)
(-607)
16,458
4,945
4,897
4,609
489
1,518
-5,708
(-5,429)
(-279)

(17,460)
5,723
11,264
699
2,531
1,157
5,763
1,114
8,591
(9,239)
(-648)
17,086
5,273
5,823
3,955
535
1,499
-5,908
(-5,626)
(-282)

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

118,528
(102,794)
(15,734)

118,228
(101,699)
(16,529)

As percentages of outlays
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .......................................

46.2
29.8
8.0
6.9
13.9
-4.8

42.8
30.9
9.5
7.3
14.5
-5.0

43.2
32.2
10.0
7.0
12.6
-4.9

45.4
32.6
9.3
6.5
10.9
-4.6

46.0
33.3
9.0
6.2
10.0
-4.5

44.9
36.2
6.5
6.9
9.9
-4.3

41.8
38.5
8.0
7.4
8.8
-4.4

37.5
43.7
8.7
7.1
7.8
-4.8

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

100.0
(86.7)
(13.3)

100.0
(86.0)
(14.0)

100.0
(85.3)
(14.7)

100.0
(87.0)
(13.0)

100.0
(87.5)
(12.5)

100.0
(86.3)
(13.7)

100.0
(85.9)
(14.1)

100.0
(84.4)
(15.6)

As percentages of GNP
National defense ...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .......................................

8.7
5.6
1.5
1.3
2.6
-.9

7.5
5.4
1.7
1.3
2.5
-.9

7.9
5.9
1.8
1.3
2.3
-.9

9.0
6.5
1.8
1.3
2.2
-.9

9.6
7.0
1.9
1.3
2.1
-.9

8.9
7.1
1.3
1.4
2.0
-.9

8.3
7.6
1.6
1.5
1.7
-.9

7.5
8.7
1.7
1.4
1.6
-1.0

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

18.8
(16.3)
(2.5)

17.6
(15.1)
(2.5)

18.2
(15.5)
(2.7)

19.8
(17.2)
(2.6)

21.0
(18.3)
(2.6)

19.8
(17.0)
(2.7)

19.8
(170)
(2.8)

19.9
(16.8)
(3.1)




34

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.1-OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Contlnued
Superfunction and Function

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

In millions of dollars
National defense.............................................................
Human resources.............................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Health .......................................................................
Medicare...................................................................
Income Security .......................................................
Social Security .........................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................
Veterans benefits and services ................................
Physical resources .........................................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment .........................
Commerce and housing credit .................................
Transportation...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Net interest ......................................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................
Other functions ...............................................................
International affairs...................................................
General science, space and technology..................
Agriculture.................................................................
Administration of justice............................................
General government .................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

79,174
107,211

76,681
119,522

79,347
135,783

86,509
173,245

89,619
203,594

22,269
52,065

97,241
221,895

104,495
242,329

12,529
8,674
7,479
27,638
40,157
(538)
(39,620)
10,732
19,574
1,296
4,241
2,222
8,392
3,423
15,478
(17,584)
(-2,106)
18,828
4,781
4,175
5,259
1,653
2,960
-9,583
(-8,926)
(-657)

12,745
9,356
8,052
28,264
49,090
(526)
(48,565)
12,015
20,614
1,237
4,775
931
9,066
4,605
17,349
(19,629)
(-2,280)
24,950
4,149
4,032
4,854
2,141
9,774
-13,409
(-12,714)
(-695)

12,457
10,733
9,639
33,699
55,867
(494)
(55,373)
13,388
25,106
1,303
5,697
4,705
9,172
4,229
21,449
(23,969)
(-2,520)
24,423
5,710
3,980
2,230
2,470
10,032
-16,749
(-15,985)
(-764)

16,022
12,930
12,875
50,160
64,658
(499)
(64,159)
16,599
35,449
2,916
7,346
9,947
10,918
4,322
23,244
(26,047)
(-2,803)
27,487
7,097
3,991
3,036
2,955
10,408
-13,602
(-12,686)
(-916)

18,910
15,734
15,834
60,784
73,899
(515)
(73,384)
18,433
39,188
4,204
8,184
7,619
13,739
5,442
26,714
(29,526)
(-2,812)
27,050
6,433
4,373
3,170
3,328
9,747
-14,386
(-13,423)
(-963)

5,169
3,924
4,264
14,981
19,763
(19,763)
3,963
9,512
1,129
2,524
931
3,358
1,569
6,946
(7,039)
(-93)
9,388
2,458
1,162
983
891
3,895
-4,206
(-3,957)
(-249)

21,104
17,302
19,345
61,044
85,061
(717)
(84,344)
18,038
40,746
5,770
10,032
3,093
14,829
7,021
29,886
(32,536)
(-2,650)
34,315
6,353
4,736
6,787
3,605
12,833
-14,879
(-13,902)
(-977)

26,710
18,524
22,768
61,488
93,861
(741)
(93,120)
18,978
52,591
7,992
10,983
6,254
15,521
11,841
35,441
(37,843)
(-2,403)
39,594
7,482
4,926
11,357
3,813
12,015
-15,720
(-14,660)
(-1,060)

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget)......................................................
(Off-budget)......................................................

230,681
(193,824)
(36,857)

245,707
(200,118)
(45,589)

269,359
(217,270)
(52,089)

332,332
(271,892)
(60,440)

371,779
(302,170)
(69,609)

95,973
(76,552)
(19,421)

409,203
(328,487)
(80,716)

458,729
(369,072)
(89,657)

(...)

As percentages of outlays
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................................

34.3
46.5
8.5
6.7
8.2
-4.2

31.2
48.6
8.4
7.1
10.2
-5.5

29.5
50.4
9.3
8.0
9.1
-6.2

26.0
52.1
10.7
7.0
8.3
-4.1

24.1
54.8
10.5
7.2
7.3
-3.9

23.2
54.2
9.9
7.2
9.8
-4.4

23.8
54.2
10.0
7.3
8.4
-3.6

22.8
52.8
11.5
7.7
8.6
-3.4

Total, Federal outlays......................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

100.0
(84.0)
(16.0)

100.0
(81.4)
(18.6)

100.0
(80.7)
(19.3)

100.0
(81.8)
(18.2)

100.0
(81.3)
(18.7)

100.0
(79.8)
(20.2)

100.0
(80.3)
(19.7)

100.0
(80.5)
(19.5)

As percentages of GNP
National defense...............................................................
Human resources..............................................................
Physical resources............................................................
Net interest........................................................................
Other functions..................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts........................................

6.9
9.3
1.7
1.3
1.6
-.8

6.0
9.3
1.6
1.4
1.9
-1.0

5.6
9.6
1.8
1.5
1.7
-1.2

5.7
11.4
2.3
1.5
1.8
-.9

5.3
12.0
2.3
1.6
1.6
-.8

5.0
11.6
2.1
1.5
2.1
-.9

5.0
11.5
2.1
1.5
1.8
-.8

4.8
11.2
2.4
1.6
1.8
-.7

Total, Federal outlays.....................................................
(On-budget) ..............................................................
(Off-budget) ..............................................................

20.0
(16.8)
(3-2)

19.2
(15.6)
(3.6)

19.0
(15.3)
(3.7)

21.8
(17.9)
(4.0)

21.9
(17.8)
(4.1)

21.4
(17.1)
(4.3)

21.2
(17.0)
(4.2)

21.1
(17.0)
(4.1)




35

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.1-OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Continued
Superfunction and Function

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

In millions of dollars
National defense.....................................
Human resources ..................................
Education, training, employment,
and social services......................
Health ..............................................
Medicare..........................................
Income Security ..............................
Social Security .................................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Veterans benefits and services.......
Physical resources.................................
Energy.............................................
Natural resources and environment .
Commerce and housing credit ........
Transportation ..................................
Community and regional develop­
ment ............................................
Net interest.............................................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Other functions......................................
International affairs ..........................
General science, space and tech­
nology ..........................................
Agriculture .......................................
Administration of justice...................
General government ........................
Undistributed offsetting receipts..........
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) ............................

116,342
267,574

133,995
313,374

157,513
362,022

185,309
388,681

209,903
426,003

227,413
432,042

252,748
471,822

273,375
481,594

281,999
502,196

30,223
20,494
26,495
66,359
104,073
(757)
(103,316)
19,931
54,013
9,180
12,135
4,686
17,532

31,843
23,169
32,090
86,540
118,547
(675)
(117,872)
21,185
65,985
10,156
13,858
9,390
21,329

33,709
26,866
39,149
99,723
139,584
(670)
(138,914)
22,991
70,886
15,166
13,568
8,206
23,379

27,029
27,445
46,567
107,717
155,964
(844)
(155,120)
23,958
61,752
13,527
12,998
6,256
20,625

26,606
28,641
52,588
122,598
170,724
(19,993)
(150,731)
24,846
57,600
9,353
12,672
6,681
21,334

27,579
30,417
57,540
112,668
178,223
(7,056)
(171,167)
25,614
57,938
7,086
12,593
6,917
23,669

29,342
33,542
65,822
128,200
188,623
(5,189)
(183,434)
26,292
56,789
5,685
13,357
4,229
25,838

30,585
35,936
70,164
119,796
198,757
(8,072)
(190,684)
26,356
58,614
4,735
13,639
4,890
28,117

29,724
39,967
75,120
123,250
207,353
(4,930)
(202,422)
26,782
54,932
4,115
13,363
6,182
26,222

10,480
42,615
(44,839)
(-2,224)
40,396
7,459

11,252
52,512
(54,851)
(-2,339)
44,996
12,714

10,568
68,734
(71,022)
(-2,288)
47,095
13,104

8,347
84,995
(87,065)
(-2,071)
51,069
12,300

7,560
89,774
(91,619)
(-1,845)
59,023
11,848

7,673
111,058
(114,368)
(-3,310)
55,287
15,876

7,680
129,430
(133,548)
(-4,118)
68,227
16,176

7,233
135,969
(140,298)
(-4,329)
73,713
14,152

5,051
138,570
(143,860)
(-5,290)
62,588
11,649

5,235
11,236
4,173
12,293
-17,476
(-16,362)
(-1,114)

5,832
8,839
4,584
13,028
-19,942
(-18,738)
(-1,204)

6,469
11,323
4,769
11,429
-28,041
(-26,611)
(-1,430)

7,200
15,944
4,712
10,914
-26,099
(-24,453)
(-1,646)

7,935
22,901
5,105
11,235
-33,976
(-32,198)
(-1,778)

8,317
13,613
5,663
11,817
-31,957
(-29,913)
(-2,044)

8,627
25,565
6,270
11,588
-32,698
(-30,189)
(-2,509)

8,976
31,449
6,572
12,564
-33,007
(-30,150)
(-2,857)

9,216
26,606
7,553
7,565
-36,455
(-33,155)
(-3,300)

503,464
(403,486)
(99,978)

590,920
(476,591)
(114,329)

678,209
(543,013)
(135,196)

745,706
(594,302)
(151,404)

808,327
(661,219)
(147,108)

851,781
(685,968)
(165,813)

946,316
(769,509)
(176,807)

990,258
(806,760)
(183,498)

1,003,830
(809,998)
(193,832)

As percentages of outlays
National defense......................................
Human resources ....................................
Physical resources...................................
Net interest ..............................................
Other functions ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...............

23.1
53.1
10.7
8.5
8.0
-3.5

22.7
53.0
11.2
8.9
7.6
-3.4

23.2
53.4
10.5
10.1
6.9
-4.1

24.9
52.1
8.3
11.4
6.8
-3.5

26.0
52.7
7.1
11.1
7.3
-4.2

26.7
50.7
6.8
13.0
6.5
-3.8

26.7
49.9
6.0
13.7
7.2
-3.5

27.6
48.6
5.9
13.7
7.4
-3.3

28.1
50.0
5.5
13.8
6.2
-3.6

Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) ......................................
(Off-budget) ......................................

100.0
(80.1)
(19.9)

100.0
(80.7)
(19.3)

100.0
(80.1)
(19.9)

100.0
(79.7)
(20.3)

100.0
(81.8)
(18.2)

100.0
(80.5)
(19.5)

100.0
(81.3)
(18.7)

100.0
(81.5)
(18.5)

100.0
(80.7)
(19.3)

As percentages of GNP
National defense......................................
Human resources ....................................
Physical resources...................................
Net interest ..............................................
Other functions ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...............

4.8
10.9
2.2
1.7
1.7
-.7

5.0
11.7
2.5
2.0
1.7
-.7

5.3
12.1
2.4
2.3
1.6
-.9

5.9
12.4
2.0
2.7
1.6
-.8

6.3
12.8
1.7
2.7
1.8
-1.0

6.2
11.7
1.6
3.0
1.5
-.9

6.4
11.9
1.4
3.3
1.7
-.8

6.5
11.5
1.4
3.3
1.8
-.8

6.4
11.3
1.2
3.1
1.4
-.8

Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) ......................................
(Off-budget) ......................................

20.6
(16.5)
(4.1)

22.1
(17.8)
(4-3)

22.7
(18.2)
(4.5)

23.8
(18.9)
(4.8)

24.3
(19.9)
(4.4)

23.1
(18.6)
(4.5)

23.9
(19.5)
(4.5)

23.7
(19.3)
(4-4)

22.7
(18.3)
(4.4)




36

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.1-OUTLAYS BY SUPERFUNCTION AND FUNCTION: 1940-1996-Continued
Superfunction and Function

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

In millions of dollars
National defense.....................................
Human resources ...................................
Education, training, employment,
and social services......................
Health ..............................................
Medicare..........................................
Income Security ...............................
Social Security .................................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Veterans benefits and services.......
Physical resources.................................
Energy .............................................
Natural resources and environment .
Commerce and housing credit ......
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Transportation ..................................
Community and regional develop­
ment .............................................
Net interest..............................................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Other functions.......................................
International affairs ..........................
General science, space and tech­
nology ...........................................
Agriculture ........................................
Administration of justice...................
General government ........................
Allowances .......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts..........
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................
Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) .............................
(Off-budget) .............................

290,361
533,404

303,559
568,668

299,331
619,327

298,910
692,058

295,245
746,982

291,986
796,406

286,666
850,122

288,620
903,424

293,235
956,840

31,938
44,487
78,878
129,332
219,341
(4,852)
(214,489)
29,428
68,283
2,297
14,606
18,815
(18,815)
27,272

36,674
48,390
84,964
136,031
232,542
(5,069)
(227,473)
30,066
82,065
3,702
16,182
29,211
(29,520)
(-310)
27,608

38,497
57,716
98,102
147,277
248,623
(3,625)
(244,998)
29,112
124,555
2,358
17,067
67,147
(65,522)
(1,626)
29,485

42,800
71,188
104,433
173,189
268,965
(5,127)
(263,837)
31,483
180,123
2,617
18,821
119,506
(119,447)
(59)
31,469

45,530
81,260
113,720
184,839
288,632
(5,847)
(282,785)
33,001
155,207
3,710
19,545
92,788
(93,912)
(-1,124)
32,707

46,021
91,280
124,562
194,139
306,478
(6,276)
(300,202)
33,925
115,804
4,817
20,048
50,429
(49,410)
(1,019)
34,654

45,131
101,978
138,520
204,830
323,102
(6,721)
(316,381)
36,562
33,283
5,038
20,137
-32,844
(-33,515)
(671)
35,401

45,030
112,880
154,540
215,210
339,637
(7,186)
(332,450)
36,128
26,863
3,952
19,557
-37,666
(-38,145)
(479)
35,532

40,948
125,231
174,617
223,745
356,605
(7,672)
(348,933)
35,694
38,036
3,385
18,917
-26,756
(-26,062)
(-694)
37,111

5,294
151,748
(159,164)
(-7,416)
57,222
10,471

5,362
169,166
(180,561)
(-11,395)
57,822
9,573

8,498
184,221
(200,212)
(-15,991)
60,885
13,764

7,710
197,038
(217,202)
(-20,164)
80,527
16,953

6,457
206,343
(230,076)
(-23,733)
82,904
17,814

5,856
212,038
(240,087)
(-28,049)
81,680
18,269

5,550
215,472
(248,241)
(-32,769)
82,924
18,485

5,488
213,780
(252,106)
(-38,326)
82,347
18,481

5,379
211,008
(255,647)
(-44,639)
86,627
18,639

10,841
17,210
9,236
9,464

12,838
16,919
9,474
9,017

14,444
11,958
9,995
10,724

-36,967
(-32,585)
(-4,382)

-37,212
(-32,354)
(-4,858)

-36,615
(-31,048)
(-5,567)

15,781
15,857
12,567
11,169
8,200
-39,093
(-33,266)
(-5,827)

17,452
15,261
14,486
13,183
4,708
-40,780
(-34,549)
(-6,231)

19,087
14,166
15,156
14,147
855
-43,729
(-36,935)
(-6,794)

20,868
13,489
15,394
14,176
512
-41,411
(-33,965)
(-7,446)

22,394
12,111
15,828
13,422
110
-44,758
(-36,620)
(-8,138)

23,918
12,639
17,088
14,228
114
-44,898
(-36,021)
(-8,877)

1,064,051
(861,360)
(202,691)

1,144,069
(933,158)
(210,911)

1,251,703
(1,026,638)
(225,065)

1,409,563
(1,171,658)
(237,905)

1,445,902
(1,194,205)
(251,697)

1,454,185
(1,187,807)
(266,378)

1,427,055
(1,150,218)
(276,837)

1,470,276
(1,183,811)
(286,465)

1,540,847
(1,246,124)
(294,723)

(...)

As percentages of outlays
National defense.......................................
Human resources .....................................
Physical resources....................................
Net interest ..............................................
Other functions .........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ...............

27.3
50.1
6.4
14.3
5.4
-3.5

26.5
49.7
7.2
14.8
5.1
-3.3

23.9
49.5
10.0
14.7
4.9
-2.9

21.2
49.1
12.8
14.0
5.7
-2.8

20.4
51.7
10.7
14.3
5.7
-2.8

20.1
54.8
8.0
14.6
5.6
-3.0

20.1
59.6
2.3
15.1
5.8
-2.9

19.6
61.4
1.8
14.5
5.6
-3.0

19.0
62.1
2.5
13.7
5.6
-2.9

Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) .....................................
(Off-budget) .....................................

100.0
(81.0)
(19.0)

100.0
(81.6)
(18.4)

100.0
(82.0)
(18.0)

100.0
(83.1)
(16.9)

100.0
(82.6)
(17.4)

100.0
(81.7)
(18.3)

100.0
(80.6)
(19.4)

100.0
(80.5)
(19.5)

100.0
(80.9)
(19.1)

As percentages of GNP
National defense.......................................
Human resources .....................................
Physical resources....................................
Net interest ..............................................
Other functions .........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...............

6.1
11.2
1.4
3.2
1.2
-.8

5.9
11.1
1.6
3.3
1.1
-.7

5.5
11.5
2.3
3.4
1.1
-.7

5.3
12.3
3.2
3.5
1.4
-.7

4.9
12.5
2.6
3.4
1.4
-.7

4.5
12.4
1.8
3.3
1.3
-.7

4.2
12.4
0.5
3.1
1.2
-.6

3.9
12.3
0.4
2.9
1.1
-.6

3.8
12.3
0.5
2.7
1.1
-.6

Total, Federal outlays ............................
(On-budget) ......................................
(Off-budget) ......................................

22.3
(18.0)
(4.2)

22.3
(18.2)
(4.1)

23.2
(19.0)
(4.2)

25.1
(20.9)
(4.2)

24.2
(20.0)
(4.2)

22.6
(18.5)
(4.1)

20.8
(16.7)
(4.0)

20.0
(16.1)
(3.9)

19.7
(16.0)
(3.8)




37

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2— OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel..........................................................................
Operation and Maintenance .........................................................
Procurement..................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ...........................
Military Construction......................................................................
Family Housing .............................................................................
Other..............................................................................................

16,331
11,594
14,532
6,319
1,347
259
-271

16,256
11,874
16,632
6,376
1,144
563
-1,696

17,422
11,932
15,351
7,021
1,026
550
-717

17,913
12,349
11,839
6,236
1,007
563
-1,127

20,009
14,710
14,339
6,259
1,334
569
-590

22,952
19,000
19,012
7,160
1,536
485
-76

25,118
20,578
23,283
7,747
1,281
495
1,853

26,914
22,227
23,988
7,457
1,389
574
-1,777

29,032
21,609
21,584
7,166
1,168
614
-1,050

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military .................................
053 Atomic energy defense activities...............................................
054 Defense-related activities...........................................................

50,111
2,074
160

51,147
2,041
212

52,585
1,902
270

48,780
1,620
220

56,629
1,466
16

70,069
1,277
71

80,355
1,336
235

80,771
1,389
337

80,123
1,415
154

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE .................................................

52,345

53,400

54,757

50,620

58,111

71,417

81,926

82,497

81,692

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ..........
152 International security assistance ...............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs..........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities .............................
155 International financial programs ................................................

2,883
1,958
249
197
353

3,079
2,185
346
201
-503

3,367
1,830
231
207
-690

3,357
1,599
336
224
-242

3,478
1,590
354
228
-69

3,085
1,530
369
245
338

2,879
1,051
354
253
765

2,484
1,102
370
237
407

2,341
1,094
398
235
261

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ........................................

5,639

5,308

4,945

5,273

5,580

5,566

5,301

4,600

4,330

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research ........................................
253 Space flight ................................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology...........................
255 Supporting space activities........................................................

497
745
399
82

534
1,722
673
121

766
3,013
941
177

789
3,756
1,017
261

858
4,423
1,000
435

897
3,853
1,032
451

930
3,255
951
388

938
2,900
795
387

947
2,340
853
370

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY .

1,723

3,051

4,897

5,823

6,717

6,233

5,524

5,020

4,511

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply ............................................................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation ...............................

533
71

451
80

485
87

602
97

510
101

673
109

918
118

887
122

856
142

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY ......................................................................

604

530

572

699

612

782

1,037

1,010

997

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources.........................................................................
302 Conservation and land management........................................
303 Recreational resources ..............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement................................................
306 Other natural resources.............................................................

1,290
348
152
70
186

1,448
323
181
87
212

1,461
327
204
117
255

1,546
341
218
134
292

1,704
305
235
158
317

1,685
369
270
190
354

1,644
402
323
249
370

1,591
268
370
303
368

1,514
376
363
384
428

2,044

2,251

2,364

2,531

2,719

2,869

2,988

2,900

3,065

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization..........................................................
352 Agricultural research and services............................................

3,222
340

4,047
337

4,241
369

3,551
404

2,004
444

2,515
475

4,032
512

5,304
521

4,589
577

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE............................................................

3,562

4,384

4,609

3,955

2,447

2,990

4,545

5,826

5,166

Function and Subfunction

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT




38

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

29,079
20,941
18,858
7,303
1,095
598
-376

29,571
21,675
17,131
7,881
1,108
688
-409

29,773
21,069
15,654
8,157
1,119
729
-1,468

30,409
22,478
15,241
8,582
1,407
884
-1,137

32,162
26,297
16,042
8,866
1,462
1,124
-

1,101

32,546
27,837
15,964
8,923
2,019
1,192
-563

8,268
7,232
3,766
2,206
376
296
-338

33,672
30,587
18,178
9,795
1,914
1,358
-357

35,553
33,580
19,976
10,508
1,932
1,405
-694

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military ...............................
053 Atomic energy defense activities.............................................
054 Defense-related activities.........................................................

77,497
1,385
-1 0

77,645
1,373
156

75,033
1,409
240

77,864
1,486
-3

84,852
1,506
151

87,917
1,565
137

21,807
435
27

95,147
1,936
158

102,259
2,070
166

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE ...............................................

78,872

79,174

76,681

79,347

86,509

89,619

22,269

97,241

104,495

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ........
152 International security assistance ..............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities ...........................
155 International financial programs ..............................................

2,296
1,367
405
241
-150

2,394
1,446
452
274
215

1,741
1,427
476
295
211

2,430
1,824
609
320
527

3,134
2,535
659
348
421

2,636
2,683
727
382
4

1,119
1,470
263
115
-509

2,823
3,075
982
386
-913

2,647
3,926
1,128
423
-642

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ......................................

4,159

4,781

4,149

5,710

7,097

6,433

2,458

6,353

7,482

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research ......................................
253 Space flight ..............................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology.........................
255 Supporting space activities......................................................

1,009
1,988
829
355

979
1,906
953
338

961
1,726
1,041
304

1,017
1,694
947
322

1,038
1,661
958
334

1,034
2,000
980
358

292
525
251
94

1,078
2,252
1,006
400

1,160
2,260
972
534

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY

4,182

4,175

4,032

3,9

3,991

4,373

1,162

4,736

4,926

1,089

1,007

3,530
51
65
558

913
38
32
146

4,841
143
123
664

6,075

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel........................................................................
Operation and Maintenance .......................................................
Procurement................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ..........................
Military Construction....................................................................
Family Housing ...........................................................................
Other............................................................................................

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply ..........................................................................
272 Energy conservation ................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness ............................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation ..............................

155

207

231

331

2,446
48
33
389

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY ....................................................................

1,035

1,296

1,237

1,303

2,916

4,204

1,129

5,770

7,992

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources.......................................................................
302 Conservation and land management .......................................
303 Recreational resources............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement...............................................
306 Other natural resources...........................................................

1,768
488
462
702
495

1,948
445
516
764
567

2,221

2,200
148
645
2,035

565

668

2,608
655
803
2,523
757

2,742
615
868
3,067
891

805
160
240
1,091
228

3,213
589
985
4,279
966

3,431
1,029
1,408
3,965
1,151

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT ......

3,915

4,241

4,775

5,697

7,346

8,184

2,524

10,032

10,983

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization........................................................
352 Agricultural research and services..........................................

3,651
639

4,553
706

4,099
755

1,458
772

2,160
876

2,249
921

743
240

5,735
1,052

10,228
1,129

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE..........................................................

4,290

5,259

4,854

2,230

3,036

3,170

983

6,787

11,357




320
547
1,122

969
3

221

897
798

39

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel..........................................................................
Operation and Maintenance .........................................................
Procurement..................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ............................
Military Construction......................................................................
Family Housing .............................................................................
Other..............................................................................................

37,345
36,440
25,404
11,152
2,080
1,468
-284

40,897
44,788
29,021
13,127
2,450
1,680
-1,050

47,941
51,885
35,191
15,278
2,458
1,721
-605

55,170
59,695
43,271
17,729
2,922
1,993
-65

60,886
64,932
53,624
20,554
3,524
2,1 ¿6
-1,236

64,158
67,388
61,879
23,117
3,706
2,413
-1,732

67,842
72,371
70,381
27,103
4,260
2,642
553

71,511
75,288
76,517
32,283
5,067
2,819
1,995

72,020
76,205
80,744
33,596
5,853
2,908
2,640

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military .................................
053 Atomic energy defense activities...............................................
054 Defense-related activities...........................................................

113,605
2,541
196

130,912
2,878
206

153,868
3,398
246

180,714
4,309
286

204,410
5,171
322

220,928
6,120
365

245,154
7,098
495

265,480
7,445
450

273,966
7,451
582

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE .................................................

116,342

133,995

157,513

185,309

209,903

227,413

252,748

273,375

281,999

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ..........
152 International security assistance ...............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs..........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities ............................
155 International financial programs ................................................

2,910
3,655
1,310
465
-881

3,626
4,763
1,366
534
2,425

4,131
5,095
1,343
528
2,007

3,772
5,416
1,625
575
911

3,955
6,613
1,761
607
-1,089

4,478
7,924
1,872
691
910

5,409
9,391
2,043
805
-1,471

4,968
10,499
2,270
917
-4,501

4,319
7,106
2,208
1,000
-2,985

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ........................................

7,459

12,714

13,104

12,300

11,848

15,876

16,176

14,152

11,649

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research ........................................
253 Space flight ................................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology..........................
255 Supporting space activities........................................................

1,298
2,217
1,153
567

1,381
2,594
1,346
512

1,477
3,053
1,384
555

1,607
3,543
1,457
593

1,644
4,053
1,486
751

1,849
4,028
1,687
754

2,019
3,989
1,858
761

2,221
3,794
2,127
835

2,260
4,137
1,942
878

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY .

5,235

5,832

6,469

7,200

7,935

8,317

8,627

8,976

9,216

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply ............................................................................
272 Energy conservation ..................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness .............................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation ...............................

7,165
252
1,021
742

8,367
569
342
878

10,202
730
3,280
955

8,263
516
3,877
871

6,143
477
1,855
878

3,255
527
2,518
787

2,615
491
1,838
740

2,839
515
597
785

2,318
281
788
727

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY ......................................................................

9,180

10,156

15,166

13,527

9,353

7,086

5,685

4,735

4,115

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources.............................. ..........................................
302 Conservation and land management........................................
303 Recreational resources ..............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement........................................... .
306 Other natural resources.............................................................

3,853
821
1,487
4,707
1,266

4,223
1,043
1,677
5,510
1,405

4,132
1,191
1,597
5,170
1,478

3,948
1,084
1,435
5,012
1,519

3,904
1,503
1,454
4,263
1,548

4,070
1,302
1,581
4,044
1,595

4,122
1,481
1,621
4,465
1,668

4,041
1,388
1,513
4,831
1,866

3,783
1,473
1,564
4,869
1,675

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT .......

12,135

13,858

13,568

12,998

12,672

12,593

13,357

13,639

13,363

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization ..........................................................
352 Agricultural research and services............................................

9,895
1,340

7,441
1,398

9,783
1,540

14,344
1,599

21,323
1,578

11,877
1,736

23,751
1,813

29,608
1,841

24,742
1,864

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE............................................................

11,236

8,839

11,323

15,944

22,901

13,613

25,565

31,449

26,606

Function and Subfunction




40

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

77,321
84,273
68,849
39,746
4,731
3,615
614

76,302
84,099
67,207
39,950
4,864
3,711
-2,872

75,689
84,923
68,560
38,359
6,029
3,814
-2,776

76,730
86,889
70,987
36,715
6,393
3,870
-3,086

283,045
11,443
756

279,148
12,072
765

273,261
12,614
790

274,598
13,209
813

278,498
13,908
829

298,910

295,245

291,986

286,666

288,620

293,235

5,498
8,652
3,050
1,103
-4,539

5,442
8,458
3,394
1,352
-1,692

5,838
7,759
3,532
1,398
-713

6,056
7,757
3,639
1,336
-519

6,481
7,583
3,851
1,310
-739

6,619
7,394
4,047
1,299
-878

6,737
7,306
4,090
1,285
-778

9,573

13,764

16,953

17,814

18,269

18,485

18,481

18,639

2,428
5,007
2,261
1,145

2,642
6,336
2,787
1,073

2,835
7,401
3,068
1,140

3,259
7,931
3,519
1,072

3,779
8,249
4,188
1,237

4,361
8,652
4,762
1,313

4,857
9,252
5,355
1,404

5,211
9,700
5,964
1,519

5,445
10,605
6,326
1,542

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY

10,841

12,838

14,444

15,781

17,452

19,087

20,868

22,394

23,918

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply ..........................................................................
272 Energy conservation ................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness ...........................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation .............................

746
342
568
640

2,226
333
621
521

992
365
442
559

1,662
394
219
343

2,846
406
236
223

3,775
361
288
393

3,982
345
302
409

2,915
330
277
430

1,981
324
313
767

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY ....................................................................

2,297

3,702

2,358

2,617

3,710

4,817

5,038

3,952

3,385

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources.......................................................................
302 Conservation and land management......................................
303 Recreational resources............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement..............................................
306 Other natural resources...........................................................

4,034
2,189
1,673
4,832
1,878

4,271
3,324
1,817
4,878
1,890

4,401
3,553
1,876
5,156
2,080

4,488
3,999
2,202
5,869
2,263

4,439
4,112
2,478
6,051
2,464

4,551
4,480
2,571
6,072
2,374

4,495
4,700
2,613
5,913
2,417

4,472
4,586
2,669
5,507
2,323

4,471
4,421
2,716
5,047
2,262

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT .....

14,606

16,182

17,067

18,821

19,545

20,048

20,137

19,557

18,917

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization.......................................................
352 Agricultural research and services..........................................

15,246
1,964

14,817
2,102

9,761
2,197

13,453
2,404

12,790
2,470

11,644
2,522

10,892
2,597

9,468
2,644

9,939
2,700

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE.........................................................

17,210

16,919

11,958

15,857

15,261

14,166

13,489

12,111

12,639

Function and Subfunction

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1988

1989

1990

76,337
84,475
77,166
34,792
5,874
3,082
210

80,676
87.001
81,620
37.002
5,275
3,257
50

75,622
88,340
80,972
37,458
5,080
3,501
-1,218

78,938
86,192
79,098
35,542
4,592
3,336
-248

77,848
85,723
74,300
37,841
4,948
3,419
-1,033

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military ...............................
053 Atomic energy defense activities.............................................
054 Defense-related activities.........................................................

281,935
7,913
512

294,880
8,119
560

289,755
587

287,451
10,513
947

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE ...............................................

290,361

303,559

299,331

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ........
152 International security assistance .............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities ..........................
155 International financial programs ..............................................

4,703
4,500
2,729
1,051
-2,513

4,836
1,467
2,886
1,106
-722

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS ......................................

10,471

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research ......................................
253 Space flight ..............................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology........................
255 Supporting space activities......................................................

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel........................................................................
Operation and Maintenance .......................................................
Procurement................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ..........................
Military Construction....................................................................
Family Housing ...........................................................................
Other............................................................................................




1993
estimate

41

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1962

1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1970

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage cred it..........................................................................
372 Postal Service............................................................................
373 Deposit insurance ......................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce.............................................

650
797
-394
371

-592
770
-423
307

-54
578
-436
331

277
805
-389
465

2,494
888
-486
348

2,846
1,141
-401
394

3,261
1,080
-522
462

-720
920
-603
284

590
1,510
-501
513

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT......................

1,424

62

418

1,157

3,245

3,979

4,280

-119

2,112

400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation ................................................................
402 Air transportation........................................................................
403 Water transportation ..................................................................
407 Other transportation ...................................................................

2,855
818
617

3,090
851
655

3,715
882
646

4,105
941
717

4,072
961
695
3

4,139
1,042
749
6

4,378
1,084
841
13

4,443
1,206
857
21

4,678
1,408
895
26

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION ................................................... .

4,290

4,596

5,242

5,763

5,730

5,936

6,316

6,526

7,008

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development ...........................................................
452 Area and regional development................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance.....................................................

266
179
23

233
307
34

316
592
25

413
648
53

423
448
234

580
450
78

649
613
120

833
679
40

1,449
685
257

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT.......

469

574

933

1,114

1,105

1,108

1,382

1,552

2,392

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education ....................
502 Higher education........................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ......................................
504 Training and employment..........................................................
505 Other labor services ..................................................................
506 Social services...........................................................................

482
328
58
194
74
110

553
426
55
209
84
137

579
382
62
299
72
169

719
413
92
534
97
291

1,627
706
122
992
101
823

2,310
1,161
156
1,239
107
1,486

2,516
1,394
240
1,590
112
1,791

2,470
1,234
210
1,560
122
1,952

2,893
1,387
355
1,602
135
2,263

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SO­
CIAL SERVICES ...........................................................................

1,246

1,464

1,563

2,146

4,372

6,458

7,642

7,548

8,634

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..................................................................
552 Health research..........................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work force .....................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety........................

528
448
132
89

623
558
165
106

740
705
219
123

881
572
209
130

1,486
679
240
138

2,004
875
309
163

2,694
1,073
444
179

3,360
1,049
550
203

3,993
1,054
633
226

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH .......................................................................

1,198

1,451

1,788

1,791

2,543

3,351

4,390

5,162

5,907

64

2,748

4,649

5,695

6,213

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare....................................................................................
600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social
security)........................................................................................
602 Federal employee retirement and disability..............................
603 Unemployment compensation ...................................................
604 Housing assistance....................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance ...................................................
609 Other income security................................................................

661
1,951
3,804
165
275
2,338

632
2,233
3,338
179
284
2,633

682
2,546
3,170
150
308
2,785

668
2,858
2,570
231
299
2,828

736
3,319
2,206
238
363
2,799

731
3,794
2,257
271
418
2,776

944
4,275
2,519
312
505
3,243

1,035
4,772
2,577
383
587
3,712

1,032
5,535
3,359
499
960
4,260

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...................................................

9,193

9,298

9,641

9,455

9,662

10,248

11,798

13,066

15,645




42

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2—OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage credit..........................................................................
372 Postal Service............................................................................
373 Deposit insurance ......................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce.............................................

74
2,183
-383
492

550
1,772
-597
497

-399
1,567
-805
568

2,119
2,471
-611
726

5,463
2,989
511
984

4,336
2,805
-573
1,051

562
212
-63
221

2,609
2,094
-2,788
1,178

4,553
1,282
-988
1,406

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT.......................

2,366

2,222

931

4,705

9,947

7,619

931

3,093

6,254

400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation................................................................
402 Air transportation........................................................................
403 Water transportation ..................................................................
407 Other transportation ...................................................................

5,182
1,807
1,027
37

5,356
1,907
1,094
36

5,641
2,159
1,211
56

5,583
2,216
1,316
57

7,027
2,387
1,430
74

9,602
2,531
1,542
65

2,336
578
415
28

10,226
2,786
1,741
76

10,431
3,243
1,787
61

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION ....................................................

8,052

8,392

9,066

9,172

10,918

13,739

3,358

14,829

15,521

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development ...........................................................
452 Area and regional development.................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance.....................................................

1,728
835
353

2,100
928
396

2,044
981
1,580

2,108
1,339
782

2,318
1,607
398

2,772
2,149
522

896
563
111

3,411
2,961
649

3,298
5,672
2,871

2,917

3,423

4,605

4,229

4,322

5,442

1,569

7,021

11,841

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education ....................
502 Higher education........................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s .......................................
504 Training and employment..........................................................
505 Other labor services ..................................................................
506 Social services...........................................................................

3,333
1,435
295
1,952
157
2,677

3,686
1,448
319
2,894
184
3,998

3,573
1,534
429
3,283
202
3,724

3,573
1,451
621
2,910
219
3,683

4,349
2,182
790
4,063
259
4,380

4,200
2,813
783
6,288
301
4,526

1,074
744
180
1,912
83
1,176

4,638
3,200
894
6,877
374
5,122

5,186
3,710
1,033
10,784
410
5,588

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SO­
CIAL SERVICES...........................................................................

9,849

12,529

12,745

12,457

16,022

18,910

5,169

21,104

26,710

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..................................................................
552 Health research..........................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work fo rc e .....................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety.........................

4,766
1,119
681
277

6,205
1,338
747
383

6,527
1,566
858
406

7,707
1,652
844
529

9,519
1,923
856
632

11,725
2,341
982
686

2,945
536
275
168

13,031
2,543
981
747

13,928
2,822
930
844

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH .......................................................................

6,843

8,674

9,356

10,733

12,930

15,734

3,924

17,302

18,524

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare.....................................................................................

6,622

7,479

8,052

9,639

12,875

15,834

4,264

19,345

22,768

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social
security).........................................................................................
602 Federal employee retirement and disability...............................
603 Unemployment compensation ...................................................
604 Housing assistance....................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance ...................................................
609 Other income security................................................................

1,613
6,575
6,166
764
2,179
5,640

1,812
7,672
7,072
1,125
3,218
6,740

2,596
8,889
5,354
1,631
3,641
6,153

2,750
10,769
6,065
1,825
4,433
7,856

4,689
13,222
13,459
2,058
6,643
10,088

3,248
15,469
19,453
2,499
7,959
12,156

1,166
4,266
4,004
662
1,824
3,060

3,558
17,719
15,315
2,968
8,527
12,957

3,365
19.836
11,847
3,677
8,926
13.837

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...................................................

22,936

27,638

28,264

33,699

50,160

60,784

14,981

61,044

61,488

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT




43

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage cred it..........................................................................
372 Postal Service............................................................................
373 Deposit insurance ......................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce.............................................

3,991
896
-1,745
1,545

5,887
1,246
-285
2,542

6,063
1,432
-1,371
2,083

6,056
154
-2,056
2,101

5,135
1,111
-1,253
1,688

4,382
1,239
-616
1,913

3,054
1,351
-2,198
2,022

934
758
1,394
1,804

-67
1,593
3,106
1,550

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT .......................

4,686

9,390

8,206

6,256

6,681

6,917

4,229

4,890

6,182

400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation ................................................................
402 Air transportation........................................................................
403 Water transportation ..................................................................
407 Other transportation ...................................................................

12,115
3,355
1,969
93

15,274
3,723
2,229
104

17,074
3,814
2,381
110

14,321
3,526
2,687
90

14,265
4,000
2,969
99

16,158
4,415
3,010
85

17,606
4,895
3,201
137

18,725
5,287
3,964
140

17,150
5,520
3,461
91

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION ....................................................

17,532

21,329

23,379

20,625

21,334

23,669

25,838

28,117

26,222

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development ...........................................................
452 Area and regional development................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance.....................................................

4,000
4,868
1,611

4,907
4,303
2,043

5,070
3,818
1,680

4,608
3,841
-102

4,353
3,208
-1

4,520
3,034
119

4,598
3,117
-35

4,095
2,723
416

3,680
1,599
-229

10,480

11,252

10,568

8,347

7,560

7,673

7,680

7,233

5,051

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education ....................
502 Higher education........................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ......................................
504 Training and employment..........................................................
505 Other labor services ..................................................................
506 Social services...........................................................................

6,123
5,030
1,157
10,833
488
6,593

6,893
6,723
1,212
10,345
551
6,119

7,099
8,767
1,170
9,241
587
6,844

6,722
7,116
1,210
5,464
589
5,928

6,258
7,184
1,154
5,295
599
6,117

6,483
7,318
1,331
4,644
639
7,165

7,598
8,156
1,229
4,972
678
6,710

7,802
8,359
1,266
5,257
672
7,229

7,869
7,361
1,360
5,084
675
7,376

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SO­
CIAL SERVICES ...........................................................................

30,223

31,843

33,709

27,029

26,606

27,579

29,342

30,585

29,724

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..................................................................
552 Health research..........................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work fo rc e .....................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety.........................

15,988
3,023
583
899

18,003
3,442
719
1,006

21,205
3,836
779
1,047

21,786
3,948
670
1,041

23,008
3,973
578
1,081

24,522
4,379
388
1,129

26,984
4,908
468
1,182

28,850
5,393
529
1,165

32,615
5,599
556
1,197

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH .......................................................................

20,494

23,169

26,866

27,445

28,641

30,417

33,542

35,936

39,967

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare....................................................................................

26,495

32,090

39,149

46,567

52,588

57,540

65,822

70,164

75,120

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social
security)........................................................................................
602 Federal employee retirement and disability..............................
603 Unemployment compensation ...................................................
604 Housing assistance....................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance ...................................................
609 Other income security................................................................

4,373
22,658
10,813
4,367
10,787
13,361

5,083
26,594
18,051
5,632
14,016
17,163

5,439
31,277
19,656
7,752
16,205
19,394

5,571
34,325
23,728
8,738
15,581
19,774

5,581
36,507
31,464
9,998
17,952
21,096

5,441
38.054
18,421
11,270
18.055
21,427

5,617
38,591
17,475
25,263
18,540
22,715

5,330
41.363
17,753
12,383
18,602
24.364

5,565
43,745
17,080
12,656
18,940
25,264

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...................................................

66,359

86,540

99,723

107,717

122,598

112,668

128,200

119,796

123,250

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT




44

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1988

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1989

1990

3,845
2,116
(490)
(1,626)
58,081
3,105

5,263
570
(511)
(59)
111,491
2,182

3,652
-900
(223)
(-1,124)
88,073
1,963

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

2,990
1,239
(220)
(1,019)
44,195
2,005

2,558
890
(219)
(671)
-38,138
1,847

2,098
697
(218)
(479)
-42,324
1,863

1,712
-477
(217)
(-694)
-29,875
1,884

-37,666

-26,756

1993
estimate

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage cre dit..........................................................................
372 Postal Service............................................................................
(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................
373 Deposit insurance ......................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce.............................................

10,020
1,573

4,978
127
(436)
(-310)
21,996
2,109

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT.......................

18,815

29,211

67,147

119,506

92,788

50,429

-32,844

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................
400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation ................................................................
402 Air transportation........................................................................
403 Water transportation ..................................................................
407 Other transportation ...................................................................

(18,815)
(...)

(29,520)
(-310)

(65,522)
(1,626)

(119,447)
(59)

(93,912)
(-1,124)

(49,410)
(1,019)

(-33,515) (-38,145) (-26,062)
(479)
(-694)
(671)

18,148
5,897
3,111
116

17,946
6,622
2,916
124

18,954
7,234
3,151
146

19,622
8,424
3,171
252

19,746
9,050
3,736
175

20,909
9,751
3,810
184

21,011
10,315
3,842
233

20,939
10,564
3,816
213

22,330
10,691
3,880
209

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development ...........................................................
452 Area and regional development ................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance.....................................................

27,272

27,608

29,485

31,469

32,707

34,654

35,401

35,532

37,111

3,449
2,075
-230

3,693
1,894
-226

3,530
2,868
2,100

3,856
2,838
1,016

3,853
2,369
236

3,623
2,143
89

3,463
2,096
-9

3,428
1,923
137

3,314
1,889
175

5,294

5,362

8,498

7,710

6,457

5,856

5,550

5,488

5,379

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL
SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education ....................
502 Higher education........................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ......................................
504 Training and employment..........................................................
505 Other labor services ..................................................................
506 Social services ...........................................................................

8,377
8,244
1,370
5,215
739
7,992

9,150
10,584
1,509
5,292
786
9,354

9,918
11,107
1,577
5,361
810
9,723

11,596
11,107
1,820
5,532
846
11,899

12,756
12,522
1,959
5,693
946
11,652

13,583
12,346
2,066
5,702
961
11,364

13,739
11,039
2,011
5,493
967
11,882

13,749
10,417
2,050
5,510
969
12,335

13,736
5,920
2,109
5,487
969
12,727

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SO­
CIAL SERVICES ...........................................................................

31,938

36,674

38,497

42,800

45,530

46,021

45,131

45,030

40,948

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..................................................................
552 Health research..........................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work force .....................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety.........................

36,016
6,645
541
1,285

39,164
7,325
545
1,356

47,637
8,027
589
1,462

60,332
8,538
709
1,609

69,951
9,109
687
1,512

79,503
9,577
670
1,529

89,841
9,935
669
1,533

100,484
10,188
675
1,533

112,779
10,241
678
1,532

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH .......................................................................

44,487

48,390

57,716

71,188

81,260

91,280

101,978

112,880

125,231

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare.....................................................................................

78,878

84,964

98,102

104,433

113,720

124,562

138,520

154,540

174,617

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social
security).........................................................................................
602 Federal employee retirement and disability...............................
603 Unemployment compensation ...................................................
604 Housing assistance....................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance ...................................................
609 Other income security................................................................

5,294
46,879
15,271
13,906
20,083
27,899

5,650
49,151
15,616
14,715
21,192
29,706

5,148
51,981
18,889
15,891
23,964
31,404

4,993
56,327
27,133
17,753
28,215
38,769

5,617
59,338
27,237
19,933
30,247
42,467

5,613
62,345
26,790
21,929
31,958
45,504

5,642
66,216
25,787
23,867
33,374
49,943

5,676
70,029
25,679
25,579
34,529
53,717

5,704
75,807
25,078
26,877
35,637
54,642

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...................................................

129,332

136,031

147,277

173,189

184,839

194,139

204,830

215,210

223,745

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT




4,992
2,229
(2,229)
(...)

45

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

14,365

15,788

16,620

17,460

20,694

21,725

23,854

27,298

30,270

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................................................

(...)

(...)

(...)

(...)

(...)

(14,365)

(15,788)

(16,620)

(17,460)

(20,694)

(94)
(21,631)

(94)
(23,760)

(414)
(26,885)

(458)
(29,812)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.....................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation ........................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................
704 Veterans housing .......................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services.......................................

3,968
159
1,084
236
181

4,206
101
1,145
-109
177

4,146
77
1,229
44
186

4,215
58
1,270
*
180

4,184
54
1,318
169
198

4,546
305
1,391
304
197

4,664
478
1,469
210
220

5,036
701
1,564
102
239

5,546
1,015
1,800
54
263

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ...................

5,628

5,521

5,682

5,723

5,923

6,743

7,042

7,642

8,679

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities............................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities......................................
753 Federal correctional activities....................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance ........................................................

269
111
49

288
124
53

306
131
53

333
146
57

355
153
55
1

389
165
58
6

409
178
63
8

470
202
65
29

570
245
79
65

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE................................

429

465

489

535

563

618

659

766

959

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions...................................................................
802 Executive direction and management.......................................
803 Central fiscal operations............................................................
804 General property and records management.............................
805 Central personnel management................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................
808 Other general government.........................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts..............................................

178
12
492
403
22
212
28
-299

176
13
542
439
22
232
63
-257

174
15
607
532
23
241
150
-224

189
17
636
624
23
238
39
-266

208
17
671
575
25
268
79
-241

218
19
725
646
19
305
101
-314

237
21
745
497
37
339
126
-245

254
25
790
543
38
430
40
-181

303
30
914
551
44
535
121
-177

Function and Subfunction
650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security............................................................................

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT .........................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public debt ........................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds...............................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds...............................
908 Other interest .............................................................................

1,049

1,230

1,518

1,499

1,603

1,719

1,757

1,939

2,320

9,120
-824
-609
-797

9,895
-895
-582
-678

10,666
-1,006
-607
-855

11,346
-1,121
-648
-986

12,014
-1,259
-642
-727

13,391
-1,492
-792
-839

14,573
-1,689
-979
-816

16,588
-1,953
-1,149
-788

19,304
-2,367
-1,568
-989

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST ...........................................................

6,889

7,740

8,199

8,591

9,386

10,268

11,090

12,699

14,380

(On-budget).......................................................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................................................
950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget) ...................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget) ...................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental S h e lf.................

(7,498)
(-609)

(8,322)
(-582)

(8,805)
(-607)

(9,239)
(-648)

(10,028)
(-642)

(11,060)
(-792)

(12,069)
(-979)

(13,848)
(-1,149)

(15,948)
(-1,568)

-5,042
-221
-12

-5,188
-242
-367

-5,413
-279
-16

-5,957
-337
-248

-6,242
-415
-637

-6,639
-445
-961

-7,026
-532
-428

-7,808
-637
-187

-5,572
-282
-53

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS..............

-5,274

-5,797

-5,708

-5,908

-6,542

-7,294

-8,045

-7,986

-8,632

(On-budget).......................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(-5,053)
(-221)

(-5,555)
(-242)

(-5,429)
(-279)

(-5,626)
(-282)

(-6,205)
(-337)

(-6,879)
(-415)

(-7,600)
(-445)

(-7,454)
(-532)

(-7,995)
(-637)

TOTAL, OUTLAYS ............................................................................

106,821

111,316

118,528

118,228

134,532

157,464

178,134

183,640

195,649

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(93,286)
(13,535)

(96,352)
(14,964)

(102,794)
(15,734)

(101,699)
(16,529)

(114,817)
(19,715)

(137,040)
(20,424)

(155,798)
(22,336)

(158,436)
(25,204)

(168,042)
(27,607)

* $500 thousand or less.




46

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2—OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction
650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security............................................................................

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

35,872

40,157

49,090

55,867

64,658

73,899

19,763
(...)

1977

1978

85,061

93,861

(On-budget).......................................................................... .’........ ....
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(465)
(35,408)

(538)
(39,620)

(526)
(48,565)

(494)
(55,373)

(499)
(64,159)

(515)
(73,384)

(19,763)

(717)
(84,344)

(741)
(93,120)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans......................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation .........................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans.....................................
704 Veterans housing.......................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services ........................................

5,966
1,659
2,036
-179
296

6,344
1,960
2,425
-317
320

6,533
2,801
2,711
-381
350

6,789
3,249
3,006
-15
359

7,860
4,593
3,665
24
458

8,350
5,531
4,046
-72
578

2,082
784
1,039
-50
110

9,216
3,710
4,708
-145
549

9,745
3,365
5,254
28
585

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ...................

9,778

10,732

12,015

13,388

16,599

18,433

3,963

18,038

18,978

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities.............................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities.......................................
753 Federal correctional activities.....................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance .........................................................

693
287
94
233

812
347
115
380

987
390
140
624

1,094
426
179
770

1,352
550
200
853

1,502
697
208
921

408
213
57
213

1,676
842
240
847

1,834
943
307
729

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.................................

1,306

1,653

2,141

2,470

2,955

3,328

891

3,605

3,813

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions...................................................................
802 Executive direction and management........................................
803 Central fiscal operations.............................................................
804 General property and records management..............................
805 Central personnel management ................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................
808 Other general government.........................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts...............................................

342
38
991
573
51
535
126
-214

404
59
1,155
680
57
672
173
-241

438
71
1,182
818
66
7,350
157
-309

521
117
1,299
968
74
6,888
363
-198

593
63
1,888
429
88
7,184
424
-261

678
68
1,507
84
107
7,232
393
-322

183
16
364
57
25
3,173
227
-150

849
76
1,872
175
100
9,569
448
-256

909
73
1,999
304
129
8,442
448
-289

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT ..........................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public debt ........................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds................................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds................................
908 Other interest .............................................................................

2,442

2,960

9,774

10,032

10,408

9,747

3,895

12,833

12,015

20,959
-2,820
-1,942
-1,356

21,849
-2,983
-2,106
-1,282

24,167
-3,156
-2,280
-1,382

29,319
-4,064
-2,520
-1,286

32,665
-4,861
-2,803
-1,756

37,063
-4,988
-2,812
-2,549

8,102
-177
-93
-885

41,900
-5,488
-2,650
-3,875

48,695
-6,128
-2,403
-4,724

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST ...........................................................

14,841

15,478

17,349

21,449

23,244

26,714

6,946

29,886

35,441

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................
950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget) ...................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget) ...................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf .................

(16,783)
(-1,942)

(17,584)
(-2,106)

(19,629)
(-2,280)

(23,969)
(-2,520)

(26,047)
(-2,803)

(29,526)
(-2,812)

(7,039)
(-93)

(32,536)
(-2,650)

(37,843)
(-2,403)

-8,417
-640
-1,051

-8,646
-657
-279

-8,759
-695
-3,956

-9,236
-764
-6,748

-10,258
-916
-2,428

-10,761
-963
-2,662

-2,646
-249
-1,311

-11,528
-977
-2,374

-12,401
-1,060
-2,259

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS..............

-10,107

-9,583

-13,409

-16,749

-13,602

-14,386

-4,206

-14,879

-15,720

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(-9,467)
(-640)

(-8,926)
(-657)

(-12,714)
(-695)

(-15,985)
(-764)

(-12,686)
(-916)

(-13,423)
(-963)

(-3,957)
(-249)

(-13,902)
(-977)

(-14,660)
(-1,060)

TOTAL, OUTLAYS ............................................................................

210,172

230,681

245,707

269,359

332,332

371,779

95,973

409,203

458,729

(177,346)
(32,826)

(193,824)
(36,857)

(200,118)
(45,589)

(217,270)
(52,089)

(271,892)
(60,440)

(302,170)
(69,609)

(76,552)
(19,421)

(328,487)
(80,716)

(369,072)
(89,657)

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................




47

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security............................................................................

104,073

118,547

139,584

155,964

170,724

178,223

188,623

198,757

207,353

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(757)
(103,316)

(675)
(117,872)

(670)
(138,914)

(844)
(155,120)

(19,993)
(150,731)

(7,056)
(171,167)

(5,189)
(183,434)

(8,072)
(190,684)

(4,930)
(202,422)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.....................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation .........................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................
704 Veterans housing .......................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services .......................................

10,780
2,760
5,611
154
627

11,688
2,342
6,515
-23
665

12,909
2,254
6,965
201
662

13,710
1,947
7,517
102
682

14,250
1,625
8,272
3
696

14,400
1,359
8,861
244
751

14,714
1,059
9,547
214
758

15,031
526
9,872
114
813

14,962
454
10,266
330
769

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ...................

19,931

21,185

22,991

23,958

24,846

25,614

26,292

26,356

26,782

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities............................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities......................................
753 Federal correctional activities....................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance ........................................................

1,996
1,130
337
710

2,239
1,347
342
656

2,443
1,491
361
473

2,537
1,517
364
294

2,892
1,627
418
167

3,209
1,825
494
136

3,520
2,064
537
150

3,601
2,176
614
181

4,110
2,482
711
250

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE .................................

4,173

4,584

4,769

4,712

5,105

5,663

6,270

6,572

7,553

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions.................................. ................................
802 Executive direction and management.......................................
803 Central fiscal operations............................................................
804 General property and records management.............................
805 Central personnel management ................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................
808 Other general government................................. .......................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts..............................................

921
81
2,170
299
127
8,369
523
-198

1,038
97
2,612
327
154
8,582
569
-351

1,041
100
2,610
144
159
6,854
745
-222

1,181
96
2,585
238
136
6,390
504
-216

1,196
96
3,048
196
115
6,452
768
-636

1,319
97
3,250
201
139
6,768
557
-513

1,355
113
3,492
96
164
6,353
521
-506

1,383
109
3,636
475
126
6,431
482
-78

1,444
111
3,913
146
143
1,621
810
-623

Function and Subfunction

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT .........................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public debt ........................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds...............................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds................................
908 Other interest .............................................................................

12,293

13,028

11,429

10,914

11,235

11,817

11,588

12,564

7,565

59,837
-7,727
-2,224
-7,271

74,781
-9,707
-2,339
-10,224

95,503
-11,523
-2,288
-12,958

117,190
-13,995
-2,071
-16,129

128,619
-15,257
-1,845
-21,743

153,822
-17,044
-3,310
-22,410

178,823
-21,838
-4,118
-23,438

190,155
-26,558
-4,329
-23,298

195,249
-29,662
-5,290
-21,727

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST ...........................................................

42,615

52,512

68,734

84,995

89,774

111,058

129,430

135,969

138,570

(On-budget).......................................................................................
(Off-budget).......................................................................................
950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget) ...................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget) ...................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf .................
954 Sale of major assets..................................................................

(44,839)
(-2,224)

(54,851)
(-2,339)

(71,022)
(-2,288)

(87,065)
(-2,071)

(91,619)
(-1,845)

(114,368)
(-3,310)

(133,548)
(-4,118)

(140,298)
(-4,329)

(143,860)
(-5,290)

-13,095
-1,114
-3,267

-14,638
-1,204
-4,101

-16,473
-1,430
-10,138

-18,203
-1,646
-6,250

-21,706
-1,778
-10,491

-23,219
-2,044
-6,694

-24,648
-2,509
-5,542

-25,434
-2,857
-4,716

-27,259
-3,300
-4,021
-1,875

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS..............

-17,476

-19,942

-28,041

-26,099

-33,976

-31,957

-32,698

-33,007

-36,455

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(-16,362)
(-1,114)

(-18,738)
(-1,204)

(-26,611)
(-1,430)

(-24,453)
(-1,646)

(-32,198)
(-1,778)

(-29,913)
(-2,044)

(-30,189)
(-2,509)

(-30,150)
(-2,857)

(-33,155)
(-3,300)

TOTAL, OUTLAYS ............................................................................

503,464

590,920

678,209

745,706

808,327

851,781

946,316

990,258 1,003,830

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(403,486)
(99,978)

(476,591)
(114,329)

(543,013)
(135,196)

(594,302)
(151,404)

(661,219)
(147,108)

(685,968)
(165,813)

(769,509)
(176,807)

(806,760)
(183,498)




(809,998)
(193,832)

48

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 3.2-OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1962-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

248,623

268,965

288,632

306,478

323,102

339,637

356,605

(5,069)
(227,473)

(3,625)
(244,998)

(5,127)
(263,837)

(5,847)
(282,785)

(6,276)
(300,202)

(6,721)
(316,381)

(7,186)
(332,450)

(7,672)
(348,933)

15,963
454
10,842
1,292
877

16,544
459
11,343
878
843

15,241
278
12,134
517
943

17,046
406
12,597
398
1,036

17,273
485
13,397
876
970

17,462
582
14,009
842
1,030

19,506
715
14,612
743
986

18,597
783
15,214
574
960

17,580
870
15,831
451
962

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ...................

29,428

30,066

29,112

31,483

33,001

33,925

36,562

36,128

35,694

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities............................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities.......................................
753 Federal correctional activities....................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance ........................................................

5,075
2,880
930
352

4,719
3,255
1,044
455

4,648
3,579
1,291
477

5,714
4,523
1,571
759

6,211
5,042
2,557
677

6,733
5,291
2,293
838

6,924
5,378
2,325
766

7,119
5,565
2,381
763

8,117
5,723
2,485
763

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.................................

9,236

9,474

9,995

12,567

14,486

15,156

15,394

15,828

17,088

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions...................................................................
802 Executive direction and management.......................................
803 Central fiscal operations............................................................
804 General property and records management..............................
805 Central personnel management ................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................
808 Other general government.........................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts..............................................

1,599
123
4,795
-182
113
1,816
1,894
-694

1,652
129
5,517
-396
134
2,061
814
-893

1,752
160
6,004
31
176
2,161
800
-361

2,085
259
4,951
995
160
2,133
1,367
-780

2.466
248
6,497
971
164
2,083
1,479
-725

2,429
282
7,212
1,618
173
2,093
1,063
-725

2,428
300
7,677
1,447
172
2,104
772
-725

2,468
307
8,151
146
174
2,130
772
-725

2,505
314
8,600
241
172
2,148
974
-725

Function and Subfunction

1988

1989

1990

650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security............................................................................

219,341

232,542

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(4,852)
(214,489)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.....................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation .....................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................
704 Veterans housing.......................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services.......................................

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT.........................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public debt ........................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds...............................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds...............................
908 Other interest .............................................................................

9,464

9,017

10,724

11,169

13,183

14,147

14,176

13,422

14,228

214,066
-34,480
-7,416
-20,422

240,863
-40,547
-11,395
-19,755

264,820
-46,416
-15,991
-18,191

286,290
-50,179
-20,164
-18,909

303,978
-53,516
-23,733
-20,386

319,955
-57,137
-28,049
-22,731

330,038
-60,613
-32,769
-21,184

334,501
-64,447
-38,326
-17,947

338,538
-68,368
-44,639
-14,524

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST...........................................................

151,748

169,166

184,221

197,038

206,343

212,038

215,472

213,780

211,008

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(159,164) (180,561) (200,212) (217,202) (230,076)
(-7,416) (-11,395) (-15,991) (-20,164) (-23,733)

(240,087)
(-28,049)

(248,241) (252,106) (255,647)
(-32,769) (-38,326) (-44,639)

920 ALLOWANCES
926 Proposed agency contributions for PHS retirement..................
929 Operation desert shield placeholder .........................................

97
4,611

101
754

106
406

110

114

8,200

TOTAL, 920 ALLOWANCES ............................................................

8,200

4,708

855

512

110

114

-29,537
-5,827
-3,729

-30,586
-6,231
-2,687
-85
-1,191

-31,358
-6,794
-3,285

-29,484
-7,446
-3,291

-30,675
-8,138
-3,154

-31,660
-8,877
-3,472

-2,292

-1,190

-2,791

-890

-40,780

-43,729

-41,411

-44,758

-44,898

(-33,266) (-34,549)
(-5,827) (-6,231)

(-36,935)
(-6,794)

(-33,965)
(-7,446)

(-36,620)
(-8,138)

(-36,021)
(-8,877)

950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget) ...................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget) ...................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf .................
954 Sale of major assets..................................................................
959 Other undistributed offsetting receipts ......................................

-29,037
-4,382
-3,548

-29,425
-4,858
-2,929

-28,044
-5,567
-3,004

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS..............

-36,967

-37,212

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................

(-32,585)
(-4,382)

(-32,354) (-31,048)
(-4,858) (-5,567)

TOTAL, OUTLAYS ............................................................................

1,064,051

1,144,069 1,251,703 1,409,563 1,445,902 1,454,185 1,427,055 1,470,276 1,540,847

(On-budget)........................................................................................
(Off-budget)........................................................................................




(861,360)
(202,691)

-36,615

-39,093

(933,158) (1,026,638) (1,171,658) (1,194,205) (1,187,807) (1,150,218) (1,183,811) (1,246,124)
(210,911) (225,065) (237,905) (251,697) (266,378) (276,837) (286,465) (294,723)

49

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 4.1-OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development.............................
Interior ....................................... ................................
Justice .......................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management .............................
Small Business Administration ..................................
Other Independent Agencies.....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................

196
57
11
3,178
6,437
215
50,111
1,863
825
2,755
3,529
14,365
826
600
299
4,134
259
4,138
8,560
5,608
70
382
1,257
1,017
230
2,606
-6,707
(-5,878)
(-830)

192
62
12
3,235
7,414
292
51,147
2,106
992
2,700
4,110
15,788
-609
727
322
3,698
369
4,441
9,645
5,501
87
425
2,552
1,175
142
2,065
-7,274
(-6,450)
(-824)

199
66
14
3,578
7,569
370
52,585
2,336
981
2,726
4,610
16,620
73
736
342
3,597
241
5,086
10,391
5,662
117
520
4,171
1,304
133
1,821
-7,321
(-6,435)
(-886)

212
75
15
3,572
6,940
414
48,780
2,591
1,179
2,579
4,700
17,460
492
746
399
3,244
321
5,587
10,901
5,710
134
612
5,092
1,454
243
2,454
-7,677
(-6,746)
(-931)

234
80
16
3,355
5,633
396
56,629
2,870
2,457
2,343
5,715
20,694
2,482
862
380
3,334
392
5,550
11,880
5,962
158
561
5,933
1,726
210
3,124
-8,443
(-7,464)
(-979)

252
88
19
3,396
5,952
456
70,069
3,150
3,654
2,253
9,733
21,631
3,093
865
416
3,639
401
5,738
12,871
6,691
190
629
5,425
1,934
151
4,347
-9,578
(-8,371)
H .207)

269
94
20
2,819
7,430
577
80,355
3,398
4,203
2,474
13,168
23,760
3,727
982
441
4,263
382
6,100
14,432
7,018
249
482
4,722
2,154
284
5,042
-10,712
(-9,289)
(-1,424)

289
110
23
2,806
8,446
605
80,771
3,713
4,060
2,393
15,824
26,885
713
1,089
513
4,264
385
6,272
16,642
7,670
303
526
4,251
2,284
110
3,780
-11,087
(-9,407)
H ,681)

353
133
28
2,656
8,412
777
80,123
4,064
4,702
2,393
17,865
29,812
2,432
1,098
641
5,065
414
6,724
19,275
8,652
384
530
3,752
2,652
253
5,024
-12,567
(-10,362)
(-2,205)

Total outlays......................................................

106,821

111,316

118,528

118,228

134,532

157,464

178,134

183,640

195,649

TO

1977

1978

Department or other unit

1970

Table 4.1-OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Department or other unit

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President .............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development.............................
Interior ........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ........................ ...................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency .............................
General Services Administration ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management .............................
Small Business Administration ..................................
Other Independent Agencies.....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................

395
145
37
2,889
8,673
782
77,497
4,763
5,200
2,200
21,175
35,408
2,796
1,346
919
8,240
429
7,656
20,716
9,758
701
546
3,382
3,167
333
5,888
-14,869
(-12,288)
(-2,582)

499
173
46
2,982
11,053
850
77,645
5,415
5,612
2,299
26,264
39,620
3,600
1,610
1,182
10,136
495
7,932
21,863
10,713
763
655
3,423
3,776
452
6,295
-14,672
(-11,909)
(-2,763)

553
188
49
2,317
10,200
934
75,033
6,099
5,802
2,304
27,096
48,565
3,580
1,783
1,534
8,690
542
8,616
30,622
11,970
1,114
795
3,312
4,607
1,317
6,934
-18,846
(-15,870)
(-2,975)

638
207
66
3,029
10,338
992
77,864
6,816
5,897
2,233
31,813
55,373
4,781
1,856
1,805
9,021
678
8,574
35,835
13,339
2,030
929
3,255
5,708
753
8,860
-23,333
(-20,048)
(-3,284)

739
284
93
3,665
15,556
1,077
84,852
8,296
7,557
3,230
39,997
64,159
7,512
2,223
2,077
17,684
768
10,073
41,261
16,577
2,531
375
3,269
7,062
666
12,014
-21,267
(-17,547)
(-3,719)

788
325
79
3,742
17,743
1,484
87,917
9,427
8,049
3,841
46,834
73,384
7,026
2,435
2,247
25,793
1,062
12,723
43,853
18,416
3,118
24
3,671
8,323
624
11,037
-22,186
(-18,411)
(-3,775)

226
85
16
1,317
5,020
396
21,807
2,534
2,053
1,060
12,060
19,763
1,361
856
582
5,926
311
3,189
10,499
3,959
1,108
42
953
2,354
94
2,877
-4,477
(-4,135)
(-342)

990
393
73
3,344
23,341
2,010
95,147
10,506
8,887
5,329
53,464
84,344
5,808
3,216
2,356
22,458
1,113
13,137
50,385
18,020
4,365
108
4,002
9,633
758
9,033
-23,018
(-19,390)
(-3,627)

1,064
437
75
5,285
30,235
4,720
102,259
11,754
10,037
6,251
59,329
93,120
7,650
3,878
2,405
22,920
1,293
14,075
54,898
18,965
4,072
235
4,164
10,962
2,820
10,076
-24,250
(-20,788)
(-3,463)

Total outlays......................................................

210,172

230,681

245,707

269,359

332,332

371,779

95,973

409,203

458,729




50

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 4.1-OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Department or other unit

1979

1980

Legislative Branch.......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military ..........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development..............................
Interior ........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation .............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration ................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management ..............................
Small Business Administration...................................
Other Independent Agencies......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................

1,099
481
80
3,300
31,758
3,538
113,605
13,198
12,423
7,899
65,038
103,316
9,220
4,174
2,538
22,614
1,604
16,079
64,757
19,891
4,800
227
4,380
12,663
1,699
10,510
-27,428
(-24,089)
(-3,338)

1,224
567
96
8,542
34,785
3,129
130,912
15,161
14,770
6,467
76,374
117,872
12,735
4,477
2,641
29,731
1,940
19,802
76,543
21,137
5,603
249
4,959
15,056
2,026
16,111
-31,988
(-28,445)
(-3,543)

Total outlays.......................................................

503,464

590,920

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1,214
641
96
8,219
41,624
2,296
153,868
16,892
17,053
11,665
89,774
138,914
14,880
4,461
2,695
30,092
1,902
22,775
92,585
22,907
5,242
65
5,537
18,096
2,032
14,536
-41,852
(-38,134)
(-3,718)

1,367
710
95
7,940
45,700
2,054
180,714
17,927
14,808
11,639
98,020
155,120
15,232
3,948
2,617
30,745
2,186
20,007
110,318
23,941
5,081
165
6,155
19,983
773
10,625
-42,165
(-38,448)
(-3,717)

1,437
787
94
7,878
52,404
1,925
204,410
18,891
14,558
10,590
125,941
150,731
15,814
4,552
2,849
38,052
2,273
20,643
116,368
24,827
4,312
111
6,853
21,278
661
11,165
-51,078
(-47,455)
(-3,623)

1,579
866
95
10,837
42,015
1,894
220,928
19,540
15,511
10,991
121,082
171,167
16,663
4,947
3,184
24,522
2,404
23,030
141,009
25,593
4,076
117
7,055
22,590
510
11,904
-52,329
(-46,975)
(-5,354)

1,610
966
111
11,858
55,523
2,140
245,154
18,770
16,682
10,587
132,104
183,434
28,720
4,825
3,586
23,893
2,645
25,020
164,892
26,333
4,490
-2
7,251
23,727
680
9,974
-58,656
(-52,029)
(-6,627)

1,665
1,069
107
11,042
58,679
2,083
265,480
20,254
17,673
11,026
143,253
190,684
14,139
4,789
3,768
24,141
2,865
27,378
179,231
26,536
4,867
380
7,403
23,955
557
12,201
-64,967
(-57,780)
(-7,186)

1,812
1,178
109
10,406
49,600
2,127
273,966
20,684
16,800
10,693
148,893
202,422
15,484
5,050
4,333
23,453
2,788
25,424
180,253
26,952
4,904
51
7,591
26,966
-65
14,264
-72,310
(-63,720)
(-8,590)

678,209

745,706

808,327

851,781

946,316

990,258

1,003,830

1986

1987

Table 4.1-OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Department or other unit

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

2,994
2,341
254
12,044
55,691
2,756
283,045
28,231
27,494
14,897
242,543
282,785
24,297
6,475
10,042
34,759
4,509
31,862
298,581
32,815
5,896
719
14,721
37,046
318
102,108
4,708
-118,029
(-88,065)
(-29,964)

2,977
2,471
289
12,497
56,039
2,650
279,148
29,951
28,319
16,649
264,845
300,202
25,665
6,451
10,317
34,150
4,633
33,783
314,814
33,740
5,915
1,370
15,813
39,138
270
60,963
855
-129,733
(-94,890)
(-34,843)

1,445,902

1,454,185

Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development..............................
Interior ........................................................................
Justice........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration ................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .....
Office of Personnel Management ..............................
Small Business Administration...................................
Other Independent Agencies......................................
Allowances .................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................

1,852
1,337
121
7,253
44,003
2,279
281,935
22,029
18,246
11,166
159,071
214,489
18,938
5,147
5,426
21,870
3,421
26,404
202,386
29,271
4,871.
-281
9,092
29,191
-54
23,451

2,095
1,492
124
4,280
48,316
2,571
294,880
23,450
21,608
11,387
172,301
227,473
19,680
5,213
6,232
22,654
3,722
26,607
230,571
30,041
4,906
-463
11,036
29,073
85
33,890

2,230
1,641
157
10,087
46,012
3,734
289,755
24,975
23,109
12,014
193,678
244,998
20,167
5,796
6,507
25,316
3,979
28,637
255,266
28,998
5,108
-123
12,429
31,949
692
73,617

-78,863
(-67,066)
(-11,798)

-89,155
(-72,903)
(-16,252)

-99,025
(-77,467)
(-21,558)

2,548
2,056
258
11,254
55,432
2,796
287,451
26,415
24,839
13,539
222,435
263,837
23,473
6,386
8,689
34,503
4,306
30,768
277,047
31,338
5,776
756
13,499
35,161
529
125,708
8,200
-109,436
(-83,445)
(-25,991)

Total outlays.......................................................

1,064,051

1,144,069

1,251,703

1,409,563




1995
estimate

1996
estimate

2,976
2,559
308
12,727
56,779
2,612
273,261
31,519
27,166
17,427
293,047
316,381
26,793
6,441
10,214
32,955
4,876
34,438
327,475
36,383
5,772
1,306
17,223
41,844
196
-21,339
512
-134,793
(-94,578)
(-40,215)

3,040
2,711
315
12,611
56,476
2,513
274,598
33,047
26,628
17,927
321,140
332,450
27,910
6,389
10,483
32,822
5,106
34,518
338,862
35,936
5,377
5
18,464
44,325
218
-26,177
110
-147,531
(-101,067)
(-46,464)

3,101
2,833
322
12,661
57,377
2,476
278,498
34,589
22,192
18,653
353,344
348,933
28,787
6,464
10,831
32,203
5,178
36,088
348,607
35,490
4,922
100
19,769
49,612
218
-14,612
114
-157,905
(-104,389)
(-53,516)

1,427,055

1,470,276

1,540,847

51

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 4.2-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996
Department or other unit

1962

1963

1964

1965

Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development..............................
Interior........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management ..............................
Small Business Administration ..................................
Other Independent Agencies.....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................
(On-budget)....................................... ....................
(Off-budget)............................................................

0.2
0.1
*
3.0
6.0
0.2
46.9
1.7
0.8
2.6
3.3
13.4
0.8
0.6
0.3
3.9
0.2
3.9
8.0
5.2
0.1
0.4
1.2
1.0
0.2
2.4
-6.3
(-5.5)
(-.8)

0.2
0.1
*
2.9
6.7
0.3
45.9
1.9
0.9
2.4
3.7
14.2
-.5
0.7
0.3
3.3
0.3
4.0
8.7
4.9
0.1
0.4
2.3
1.1
0.1
1.9
-6.5
(-5.8)
(-.7)

0.2
0.1
*
3.0
6.4
0.3
44.4
2.0
0.8
2.3
3.9
14.0
0.1
0.6
0.3
3.0
0.2
4.3
8.8
4.8
0.1
0.4
3.5
1.1
0.1
1.5
-6.2
(-5-4)
(-•7)

0.2
0.1
*
3.0
5.9
0.4
41.3
2.2
1.0
2.2
4.0
14.8
0.4
0.6
0.3
2.7
0.3
4.7
9.2
4.8
0.1
0.5
4.3
1.2
0.2
2.1
-6.5
(-5-7)
(-•8)

Total outlays......................................................

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

,

1967

1968

1969

1970

2.5
4.2
0.3
42.1
2.1
1.8
1.7
4.2
15.4
1.8
0.6
0.3
2.5
0.3
4.1
8.8
4.4
0.1
0.4
4.4
1.3
0.2
2.3
-6.3
(-5-5)
(-•7)

0.2
0.1
*
2.2
3.8
0.3
44.5
2.0
2.3
1.4
6.2
13.7
2.0
0.5
0.3
2.3
0.3
3.6
8.2
4.2
0.1
0.4
3.4
1.2
0.1
2.8
-6.1
(-5.3)
(-•8)

0.2
0.1
*
1.6
4.2
0.3
45.1
1.9
2.4
1.4
7.4
13.3
2.1
0.6
0.2
2.4
0.2
3.4
8.1
3.9
0.1
0.3
2.7
1.2
0.2
2.8
-6.0
(-5-2)
(-.8)

0.2
0.1
*
1.5
4.6
0.3
44.0
2.0
2.2
1.3
8.6
14.6
0.4
0.6
0.3
2.3
0.2
3.4
9.1
4.2
0.2
0.3
2.3
1.2
0.1
2.1
-6.0
(-5.1)
(-•9)

0.2
0.1
*
1.4
4.3
0.4
41.0
2.1
2.4
1.2
9.1
15.2
1.2
0.6
0.3
2.6
0.2
3.4
9.9
4.4
0.2
0.3
1.9
1.4
0.1
2.6
-6.4
(-5.3)
(-1.1)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

TQ

1977

1978

1966
0.2
0.1
*

Table 4.2-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996-Continued
Department or other unit
Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture .................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development.............................
Interior ........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury.....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency .............................
General Services Administration ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management .............................
Small Business Administration..................................
Other Independent Agencies.....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................
Total outlays......................................................




1971
0.2
0.1
*

1972

1973
0.2
0.1

1974

1975
0.2
0.1
*
1.1
4.7
0.3
25.5
2.5
2.3
1.0
12.0
19.3
2.3
0.7
0.6
5.3
0.2
3.0
12.4
5.0
0.8
0.1
1.0
2.1
0.2
3.6
-6.4
(-5.3)
(-1.1)

1.0
4.8
0.4
23.6
2.5
2.2
1.0
12.6
19.7
1.9
0.7
0.6
6.9
0.3
3.4
11.8
5.0
0.8
*
1.0
2.2
0.2
3.0
-6.0
(-5.0)
(-1.0)

0.2
0.1
*
1.4
5.2
0.4
22.7
2.6
2.1
1.1
12.6
20.6
1.4
0.9
0.6
6.2
0.3
3.3
10.9
4.1
1.2
*
1.0
2.5
0.1
3.0
-4.7
(-4.3)
(-■4)

100.0

100.0

100.0

1.4
4.1
0.4
36.9
2.3
2.5
1.0
10.1
16.8
1.3
0.6
0.4
3.9
0.2
3.6
9.9
4.6
0.3
0.3
1.6
1.5
0.2
2.8
-7.1
(-5.8)
(-1.2)

0.2
0.1
*
1.3
4.8
0.4
33.7
2.3
2.4
1.0
11.4
17.2
1.6
0.7
0.5
4.4
0.2
3.4
9.5
4.6
0.3
0.3
1.5
1.6
0.2
2.7
-6.4
(-5.2)
(-1.2)

0.9
4.2
0.4
30.5
2.5
2.4
0.9
11.0
19.8
1.5
0.7
0.6
3.5
0.2
3.5
12.5
4.9
0.5
0.3
1.3
1.9
0.5
2.8
-7.7
(-6.5)
(-1.2)

0.2
0.1
*
1.1
3.8
0.4
28.9
2.5
2.2
0.8
11.8
20.6
1.8
0.7
0.7
3.3
0.3
3.2
13.3
5.0
0.8
0.3
1.2
2.1
0.3
3.3
-8.7
(-7.4)
(-1.2)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

*

1976
0.2
0.1
*

0.2
0.1
*
0.8
5.7
0.5
23.3
2.6
2.2
1.3
13.1
20.6
1.4
0.8
0.6
5.5
0.3
3.2
12.3
4.4
1.1
*

•

1.0
2.4
0.2
2.2
-5.6
(-4.7)
(-•9)

0.2
0.1
*
1.2
6.6
1.0
22.3
2.6
2.2
1.4
12.9
20.3
1.7
0.8
0.5
5.0
0.3
3.1
12.0
4.1
0.9
0.1
0.9
2.4
0.6
2.2
-5.3
(-4.5)
(-■8)

100.0

100.0

52

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 4.2-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-1996-Continued
Department or other unit

1979

Legislative Branch.......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development..............................
Interior........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs ..........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management ..............................
Small Business Administration...................................
Other Independent Agencies......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................
Total outlays......................................................

1980

0.2
0.1
*

0.2
0.1
*

0.7
6.3
0.7
22.6
2.6
2.5
1.6
12.9
20.5
1.8
0.8
0.5
4.5
0.3
3.2
12.9
4.0
1.0
★

1982

1981

0.2
0.1
*

1983

1984
0.2
0.1
*
1.3
4.9
0.2
25.9
2.3
1.8
1.3
14.2
20.1
2.0
0.6
0.4
2.9
0.3
2.7
16.6
3.0
0.5
*
0.8
2.7
0.1
1.4
-6.1
(-5.5)
(-.6)
100.0

0.9
2.5
0.3
2.1
-5.4
(-4.8)
(-■7)

1.4
5.9
0.5
22.2
2.6
2.5
1.1
12.9
19.9
2.2
0.8
0.4
5.0
0.3
3.4
13.0
3.6
0.9
*
0.8
2.5
0.3
2.7
-5.4
(-4.8)
(-.6)

0.2
0.1
*
1.2
6.1
0.3
22.7
2.5
2.5
1.7
13.2
20.5
2.2
0.7
0.4
4.4
0.3
3.4
13.7
3.4
0.8
*
0.8
2.7
0.3
2.1
-6.2
(-5-6)
(-.5)

1.1
6.1
0.3
24.2
2.4
2.0
1.6
13.1
20.8
2.0
0.5
0.4
4.1
0.3
2.7
14.8
3.2
0.7
*
0.8
2.7
0.1
1.4
-5.7
(-5-2)
(-•5)

0.2
0.1
*
1.0
6.5
0.2
25.3
2.3
1.8
1.3
15.6
18.6
2.0
0.6
0.4
4.7
0.3
2.6
14.4
3.1
0.5
*
0.8
2.6
0.1
1.4
-6.3
(-5.9)
(-.4)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

1985
0.2
0.1
*

1986

1987

1.3
5.9
0.2
25.9
2.0
1.8
1.1
14.0
19.4
3.0
0.5
0.4
2.5
0.3
2.6
17.4
2.8
0.5
-*
0.8
2.5
0.1
1.1
-6.2
(-5.5)
(-■7)

0.2
0.1
*
1.1
5.9
0.2
26.8
2.0
1.8
1.1
14.5
19.3
1.4
0.5
0.4
2.4
0.3
2.8
18.1
2.7
0.5
*
0.7
2.4
0.1
1.2
-6.6
(-5.8)
(-.7)

0.8
2.7
-*
1.4
-7.2
(-6.3)
(-.9)

100.0

100.0

100.0

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate
0.2
0.2
*
0.8
3.7
0.2
18.1
2.2
1.4
1.2
22.9
22.6
1.9
0.4
0.7
2.1
0.3
2.3
22.6
2.3
0.3
*
1.3
3.2
*
-.9
*
-10.2
(-6-8)
(-3.5)
100.0

0.2
0.1
*
1.0
4.9
0.2
27.3
2.1
1.7
1.1
14.8
20.2
1.5
0.5
0.4
2.3
0.3
2.5
18.0
2.7
0.5
*

Table 4.2-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLAYS BY AGENCY: 1962-199^-Contlnued
Department or other unit
Legislative Branch......................................................
The Judiciary..............................................................
Executive Office of the President ..............................
Funds Appropriated to the President.........................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce..................................................................
Defense-Military .........................................................
Defense-Civil..............................................................
Education ...................................................................
Energy........................................................................
Health and Human Services-except social security ...
Health and Human Services-social security..............
Housing and Urban Development..............................
Interior........................................................................
Justice ........................................................................
Labor ..........................................................................
S tate...........................................................................
Transportation ............................................................
Treasury .....................................................................
Veterans Affairs .........................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..............................
General Services Administration ................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......
Office of Personnel Management ..............................
Small Business Administration...................................
Other Independent Agencies......................................
Allowances.................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.................................
(On-budget)............................................................
(Off-budget)............................................................
Total outlays......................................................
* 0.05 percent or less.




1988

1989

*

*

0.9
2.7
*
2.2

1.0
2.5
*
3.0

1.0
2.6
0.1
5.9

-7.4
(-6.3)
(-1.1)

-7.8
(-6-4)
(-1.4)

-7.9
(-6.2)
(-1.7)

0.2
0.1
*
0.8
3.9
0.2
20.4
1.9
1.8
1.0
15.8
18.7
1.7
0.5
0.6
2.4
0.3
2.2
19.7
2.2
0.4
0.1
1.0
2.5
*
8.9
0.6
-7.8
(-5.9)
(-1.8)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

0.2
0.1
*
0.7
4.1
0.2
26.5
2.1
1.7
1.0
14.9
20.2
1.8
0.5
0.5
2.1
0.3
2.5
19.0
2.8
0.5

0.2
0.1
*
0.4
4.2
0.2
25.8
2.0
1.9
1.0
15.1
19.9
1.7
0.5
0.5
2.0
0.3
2.3
20.2
2.6
0.4

1991
estimate

1990
0.2
0.1
*
0.8
3.7
0.3
23.1
2.0
1.8
1.0
15.5
19.6
1.6
0.5
0.5
2.0
0.3
2.3
20.4
2.3
0.4
*

•

1992
estimate
0.2
0.2
*
0.8
3.9
0.2
19.6
2.0
1.9
1.0
16.8
19.6
1.7
0.4
0.7
2.4
0.3
2.2
20.7
2.3
0.4
*

1993
estimate
0.2
0.2
*

0.2
0.2
★
0.9
4.0
0.2
19.1
2.2
1.9
1.2
20.5
22.2
1.9
0.5
0.7
2.3
0.3
2.4
22.9
2.5
0.4
0.1
1.2
2.9
*

7.1
0.3
-8.2
(-6.1)
(-2.1)

0.9
3.9
0.2
19.2
2.1
1.9
1.1
18.2
20.6
1.8
0.4
0.7
2.3
0.3
2.3
21.6
2.3
0.4
0.1
1.1
2.7
*
4.2
0.1
-8.9
(-6.5)
(-2.4)

-1.5
*
-9.4
(-6.6)
(-2.8)

0.2
0.2
*
0.9
3.8
0.2
18.7
2.2
1.8
1.2
21.8
22.6
1.9
0.4
0.7
2.2
0.3
2.3
23.0
2.4
0.4
*
1.3
3.0
*
-1.8
*
-10.0
(-6.9)
(-3.2)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

1.0
2.6
*

53

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.1—BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel .........................................................................................................
Operation and Maintenance.........................................................................................
Procurement..................................................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ............................................................
Military Construction .....................................................................................................
Family Housing .............................................................................................................
O ther.............................................................................................................................

32,912
28,731
20,991
9,451
2,360
1,229
-170

8,495
7,591
4,135
2,406
76
278
-55

34,075
32,108
27,922
10,439
2,204
1,258
-99

35,724
34,734
29,529
11,371
1,641
1,346
186

37,641
38,042
31,428
12,437
2,319
1,563
166

41,069
46,386
35,283
13,561
2,293
1,526
533

48,462
55,489
48,025
16,609
3,380
2,004
2,141

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military..................................................................
053 Atomic energy defense activities ...............................................................................
054 Defense-related activities ..........................................................................................

95,503
1,682
146

22,925
459
31

107,906
2,089
156

114,531
2,514
182

123,595
2,668
204

140,651
2,991
217

176,110
3,651
241

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE..................................................................................

97,331

23,416

110,150

117,227

126,467

143,859

180,001

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ..........................................
152 International security assistance................................................................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs..........................................................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities.............................................................
155 International financial programs.................................................................................

3,076
3,712
782
423
6,063

319
589
362
103
-1,043

3,550
3,954
1,054
400
-744

4,183
4,577
1,241
451
1,124

5,084
5,772
1,318
506
-2,298

5,264
5,066
1,343
518
5,761

4,420
5,068
1,465
555
15,844

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS.........................................................................

14,057

331

8,214

11,575

10,382

17,952

27,352

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research.........................................................................
253 Space flig h t................................................................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology...........................................................
255 Supporting space activities ........................................................................................

1,039
1,957
944
326

246
506
255
88

1,136
2,138
964
396

1,275
2,192
1,065
549

1,347
2,433
1,224
567

1,461
2,820
1,425
545

1,535
3,187
1,359
561

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY ................................

4,266

1,095

4,634

5,081

5,571

6,251

6,643

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply............................................................................................................
272 Energy conservation..................................................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness ..............................................................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation ................................................................

14,008
79
431
651

993
39
48
179

4,934
242
445
711

6,123
527
3,175
842

5,448
611
3,008
111

40,640
738
-2,000
943

7,165
700
2,791
1,098

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY......................................................................................................

15,169

1,259

6,332

10,666

9,844

40,320

11,754

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources ........................................................................................................
302 Conservation and land management.........................................................................
303 Recreational resources.......................................................................................... .
304 Pollution control and abatement ................................................................................
306 Other natural resources ............................................................................................

3,036
572
848
684
916

1,079
105
177
168
243

3,635
876
1,207
2,691
1,080

3,781
1,494
1,794
5,376
1,206

3,577
1,204
1,807
5,306
1,357

4,085
1,302
1,642
4,672
1,395

4,079
1,364
1,252
2,982
1,494

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT ........................................

6,055

1,773

9,489

13,651

13,251

13,096

11,171

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization .........................................................................................
352 Agricultural research and services.............................................................................

3,833
991

463
245

2,601
1,084

4,977
1,221

13,294
1,400

8,894
1,402

11,864
1,559

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE ...........................................................................................

4,824

708

3,685

6,199

14,694

10,297

13,423

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
9,737
371 Mortgage credit..........................................................................................................
468
9,962
5,149
5,338
6,409
9,208
934
1,708
1,787
1,677
2,266
372 Postal Service............................................................................................................
1,785
1,343
-10
1,200
373 Deposit insurance......................................................................................................
15
1,082
174
376 Other advancement of commerce .............................................................................
1,403
1,643
1,758
2,187
2,495
TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT.......................................................
See footnote at end of table.




12,528

1,576

8,818

8,759

9,953

15,333

12,754

54

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel .......................................................................
Operation and Maintenance.......................................................
Procurement................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation ..........................
Military Construction ...................................................................
Family Housing...........................................................................
Other ...........................................................................................

55,704
62,487
64,462
20,060
4,916
2,203
1,680

61,050
66,562
80,355
22,798
4,512
2,712
912

64,866
70,974
86,161
26,867
4,510
2,669
2,129

67,773
77,828
96,842
31,327
5,517
2,890
4,650

67,794
74,916
92,506
33,609
5,281
2,803
4,528

74,010
79,607
80,234
35,644
5,093
3,075
1,806

76,584
81,629
80,053
36,521
5,349
3,199
419

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military................................
053 Atomic energy defense activities ............................................
054 Defense-related activities ........................................................

211,513
4,737
297

238,900
5,718
425

258,176
6,555
429

286,827
7,325
503

281,436
7,287
424

279,469
7,478
480

283,755
7,749
504

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE...............................................

216,547

245,043

265,160

294,656

289,146

287,427

292,008

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ........
152 International security assistance.............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities..........................
155 International financial programs ..............................................

4,474
6,863
1,688
587
4,612

4,711
8,142
1,830
688
-4,632

5,069
8,943
2,015
808
7,718

6,496
13,730
2,501
950
2,776

4,760
9,543
2,992
970
-1,607

4.902
8,213
2,582
1,031
1,997

5,022
8,598
2,631
1,056
-123

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS.......................................

18,224

10,739

24,553

26,453

16,659

18,724

17,184

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research......................................
253 Space flig h t..............................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology.........................
255 Supporting space activities .....................................................

1,535
3,601
1,392
691

1,638
4,085
1,596
836

1,964
4,101
1,747
1,010

2,227
3,951
2,023
950

2,121
4,240
2,107
819

2,340
6,864
2,297
1,037

2,542
4,759
2,488
1,075

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY

7,219

8,155

8,822

9,152

9,286

12,538

10,864

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply..........................................................................
272 Energy conservation................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness...........................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation .............................

7,856
168
3,875
871

7,046
449
2,316
872

5,348
455
1,268
793

5,511
472
2,056
719

4,745
426
113
763

2,280
234
153
763

3,807
310
609
799

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY ....................................................................

12,770

10,683

7,865

8,758

6,047

3,430

5,526

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources ......................................................................
302 Conservation and land management......................................
303 Recreational resources............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement .............................................
306 Other natural resources ..........................................................

3,913
902
1,220
3,645
1,583

4,608
1,883
1,581
3,677
1,547

3,781
1,389
1,453
4,037
1,622

4,087
1,446
1,574
4,303
1,934

3,678
1,430
1,456
3,399
1,761

4,107
1,721
1,685
5,296
1,770

4,295
2,650
1,647
4,932
1,852

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT ......

11,263

13,297

12,282

13,344

11,724

14,578

15,375

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization .......................................................
352 Agricultural research and services..........................................

22,571
1,586

33,490
1,698

9,945
1,843

25,569
1,911

28,065
1,836

23,394
2,007

16,317
2,075

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE .........................................................

24,156

35,188

11,788

27,480

29,901

25,401

18,392

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage credit........................................................................
372 Postal Service..........................................................................
373 Deposit insurance....................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce ..........................................

9,188
707
36
1,837

7,227
989
1,955

8,349
1,798
1,081
2,036

6,881
2,639
200
2,389

3,666
2,504
3,000
1,790

3,449
2,944
2,699
1,792

8,361
1,458
10,835
2,063

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT....................

11,769

10,171

13,264

12,109

10,960

10,885

22,717

Function and Subfunction

See footnote at end of table.




55

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

972

78,017
86,452
63,404
39,918
4,537
3,611
-336
2,679

77,513
84,666
66,721
41,034
3,714
3,554
-903
1,596

76,474
84,642
68,775
40,114
7,018
4,021
-4,818
1,998

75,878
85,693
74,711
37,465
6,376
3,931
-4,396
1,088

77,000
88,002
74,808
35,978
6,579
3,912
-4,261
602

272,953
11,578
1,053

278,282
11,780
757

277,895
12,245
763

278,224
12,912
794

280,746
13,562
821

282,620
14,302
831

303,263

285,584

290,820

290,904

291,930

295,128

297,754

5,296
7,666
2,775
1,126
390

5,696
8,393
2,933
1,317
473

6,617
7,756
3,164
1,240
1,016

7,456
7,395
4,121
1,303
15,405

7,700
7,552
3,600
1,287
1,642

7,948
7,555
3,767
1,298
35

8,008
7,556
3,880
1,310
96

8,166
7,565
4,042
1,294
186

TOTAL, 150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS......................................

17,252

18,811

19,793

35,679

21,780

20,602

20,850

21,253

250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY
251 General science and basic research......................................
253 Space flig h t..............................................................................
254 Space, science, applications, and technology.........................
255 Supporting space activities .....................................................

2,851
6,213
2,823
1,061

3,184
7,164
3,141
1,155

3,483
7,992
3,744
1,259

4,292
8,898
4,517
1,227

4,757
9,215
5,287
1,432

5,208
9,675
5,825
1,494

5,432
10,228
6,429
1,576

5,627
11,359
6,501
1,570

TOTAL, 250 GENERAL SCIENCE, SPACE, AND TECHNOLOGY

12,949

14,644

16,479

18,934

20,691

22,202

23,665

25,057

270 ENERGY
271 Energy supply..........................................................................
272 Energy conservation................................................................
274 Emergency energy preparedness...........................................
276 Energy information, policy, and regulation ..............................

2,789
314
422
538

3,394
366
571
595

3,923
465
439
353

3,167
296
390
276

4,167
327
203
422

4,539
335
203
431

3,902
318
189
452

3,643
330
194
789

TOTAL, 270 ENERGY....................................................................

4,062

4,926

5,180

4,129

5,119

5,509

4,861

4,956

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
301 Water resources ......................................................................
302 Conservation and land management......................................
303 Recreational resources............................................................
304 Pollution control and abatement.............................................
306 Other natural resources ..........................................................

4,312
3,706
1,895
5,068
2,005

4,332
3,783
2,395
5,545
2,077

4,350
3,560
2,488
6,098
2,298

4,497
4,179
2,424
6,145
2,463

4,591
4,567
2,515
5,381
2,399

4,478
4,707
2,603
4,714
2,352

4,455
4,470
2,688
4,103
2,300

4,443
4,406
2,744
4,102
2,233

TOTAL, 300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT ......

16,987

18,132

18,795

19,708

19,453

18,853

18,015

17,928

350 AGRICULTURE
351 Farm income stabilization .......................................................
352 Agricultural research and services..........................................

19,048
2,112

12,313
2,229

18,179
2,506

17,638
2,581

15,072
2,626

13,692
2,685

14,144
2,745

11,165
2,805

TOTAL, 350 AGRICULTURE .........................................................

21,160

14,542

20,684

20,219

17,697

16,377

16,889

13,970

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
371 Mortgage credit........................................................................
372 Postal Service..........................................................................
(On-budget) ....................................................................................
(Off-budget) .....................................................................................
373 Deposit insurance....................................................................
376 Other advancement of commerce ..........................................

6,614
2,046
(436)
(1,610)
51,020
2,246

9,847
3,573
(490)
(3,083)
45,624
3,299

9,829
3,233
(511)
(2,722)
106,920
2,119

5,171
2,027
(223)
(1,804)
96,496
2,086

3,131
2,032
(220)
(1,812)
4,362
2,150

4,319
1,583
(219)
(1,364)
5,420
2,012

5,527
1,254
(218)
(1,036)
5,268
1,970

6,012
1,862
(217)
(1,645)
5,313
2,037

TOTAL, 370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT.....................

61,926

62,342

122,100

105,780

11,675

13,333

14,018

15,224

(On-budget) .....................................................................................
(Off-budget) .....................................................................................

(60,317)
(1,610)

(59,259)
(3,083)

(119,378)
(2,722)

(103,976)
(1,804)

(9,863)
(1,812)

(11,969)
(1,364)

(12,982)
(1,036)

(13,579)
(1,645)

1989

1990

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
051 Department of Defense—Military:
Military Personnel .......................................................................
Operation and Maintenance.......................................................
Procurement................................................................................
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation .........................
Military Construction ...................................................................
Family Housing...........................................................................
Allowances ..................................................................................
Other ...........................................................................................

78,477
86,221
79,390
37,530
5,738
3,276

78,876
88,309
81,376
36,459
5,130
3,143

204

-293

051 Subtotal, Department of Defense-Military...............................
053 Atomic energy defense activities ............................................
054 Defense-related activities ........................................................

290,837
8,100
630

292,999
9,656
609

TOTAL, 050 NATIONAL DEFENSE...............................................

299,567

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
151 International development and humanitarian assistance ........
152 International security assistance .............................................
153 Conduct of foreign affairs........................................................
154 Foreign information and exchange activities...........................
155 International financial programs ..............................................

Function and Subfunction

See footnote at end of table.




1991
estimate

79,021
86,019
64,099
34,550
4,995
3,296

56

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

Function and Subfunction
400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation.........................................................................................
402 Air transportation ...............................................................................................
403 Water transportation ...........................................................................................
407 Other transportation...........................................................................................

1976

1977

TQ

1978

1979

1980

1981

6,904
2,311
1,615
74

4,777
1,048
390
19

5,732
3,017
1,675
83

9,872
3,287
1,854
85

13,475
3,728
2,057
91

15,278
3,915
2,192
97

20,249
4,046
2,552
109

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION .............................................................................
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development....................................................................................
452 Area and regional development........................................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance .............................................................................

10,905

6,234

10,507

15,098

19,350

21,483

26,957

2,764
2,604
335

81
649
60

3,689
9,235
684

4,403
3,524
3,246

4,972
4,331
2,426

4,783
4,373
810

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ..............................

5,703

790

13,608

11,173

11,123

11,728

9,966

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education...........................................
502 Higher education................................................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ..............................................................
504 Training and employment..................................................................................
505 Other labor services..........................................................................................
506 Social services...................................................................................................

4,624
3,828
748
7,264
329
5,221

2,826
185
339
839
82
1,207

5,825
3,858
1,011
13,969
383
5,449

6,146
4,523
1,140
4,802
440
5,566

7,047
5,854
1,249
11,739
522
6,693

7,404
6,775
1,170
9,623
572
6,152

6,808
8,895
1,224
9,109
606
6,247

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES

22,013

5,480

30,496

22,618

33,104

31,698

32,889

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..........................................................................................
552 Health research .................................................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work fo rce ............................................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety................................................

11,395
2,383
728
684

2,794
494
108
181

13,403
2,654
847
773

14,225
3,007
850
864

17,028
3,383
817
949

18,480
3,642
923
1,000

21,520
3,757
665
1,082

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH ...............................................................................................

15,190

3,576

17,678

18,945

22,177

24,045

27,024

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare ............................................................................................................

16,579

4,396

20,553

25,143

29,109

32,911

41,952

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social security) ..........
602 Federal employee retirement and disability......................................................
603 Unemployment compensation ...........................................................................
604 Housing assistance............................................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance...........................................................................
609 Other income security .......................................................................................

3,023
20,795
13,270
19,421
7,737
12,434

615
3,507
2,735
111
1,966
3,217

3,384
25,210
16,918
28,629
8,875
13,515

3,299
27,249
14,766
32,300
9,017
13,027

4,545
30,983
15,597
24,780
10,566
13,592

4,768
36,697
17,703
27,932
13,775
17,915

4,865
42,618
19,040
26,927
16,576
19,658

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...........................................................................

76,680

12,151

96,532

99,659

100,064

118,790

129,684

650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security....................................................................................................

70,679

18,358

81,162

89,595

102,093

117,429

134,566

(On-budget) ...............................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ...............................................................................................................

(515)
(70,164)

(18,358)

(717)
(80,445)

(741)
(88,854)

(761)
(101,332)

(677)
(116,752)

(672)
(133,893)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.............................................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation ................................................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans............................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services...............................................................

8,685
6,015
4,436
544

2,150
1,159
1,092
129

9,454
3,984
5,074
558

10,132
2,635
5,638
635

11,212
2,510
6,112
666

11,770
2,374
6,409
658

13,210
2,351
6,919
690

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ..........................................

19,680

4,531

19,070

19,040

20,499

21,211

23,170

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities ...................................................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities .............................................................
753 Federal correctional activities............................................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance................................................................................

1,561
726
208
810

414
187
55
205

1,688
863
297
758

1,897
1,029
308
654

2,071
1,190
339
656

2,219
1,370
320
498

2,417
1,484
352
169

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE .......................................................

3,305

861

3,605

3,889

4,257

4,407

4,423

See footnote at end of table.




(...)

4,775
4,082
2,266 *

57

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

Function and Subfunction
400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation........................................................................................
402 Air transportation ...............................................................................................
403 Water transportation ...........................................................................................
407 Other transportation............................................................................................

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

17,697
3,747
2,931

19,208
4,850
2,912

20,318

110

20,685
5,266
3,244
114

3,105
126

19,349
5,484
3,915
115

18,244
5,518
3,120
115

18,267
6,906
2,861
107

6,011

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION .............................................................................
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development....................................................................................
452 Area and regional development.........................................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance .............................................................................

24,464

27,080

29,309

29,559

28,863

26,996

28,141

4,328
3,644
417

5,398
4,104
480

4,818
3,824
257

4,262
3,664
239

3,726
2,684
475

3,819
2,620
210

3,546
5,080
205

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ..............................

8,390

9,983

5,899

8,166

6,884

6,649

8,831

6,341

7,207
6,900
1,245
8,688
685
6,917

7,926
9,705
1,338
5,422
716
7,266

7,644
8,723
1,290
4,875
679
7,086

8,965
9,001
1,414
5,226
730
7,914

9,502
8,932
1,472
5,327
778
9,038

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education............................................
502 Higher education................................................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ...............................................................
504 Training and employment...................................................................................
505 Other labor services...........................................................................................
506 Social services.................................................................... ...............................

1,172
4,386
600
6,072

6,816
7,364
1,258
5,515
640
6,585

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES

26,583

28,178

31,642

32,372

30,298

33,249

35,050

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..........................................................................................
552 Health research .................................................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work fo rce .............................................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety.................................................

22,097
3,844
494
1,044

19,228
4,252
491
1,083

25,241
4,773
461
1,156

26,454
5,402
549
1,196

29,418
5,552
507
1,157

32,881
6,660
530
1,250

36,750
7,018
550
1,313

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH ...............................................................................................

27,479

25,053

31,630

33,601

36,634

41,320

45,631

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare ............................................................................................................

51,382

46,403

63,220

71,701

87,228

83,998

94,203

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social security) ...........
602 Federal employee retirement and disability.......................................................
603 Unemployment compensation ............................................................................
604 Housing assistance............................................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance............................................................................
609 Other income security .......................................................................................

5,019
47,251
21,149
14,608
15,785
17,772

5,043
51,345
29,348
10,498
18,154
20,989

8,570
53,455
24,320
12,671
18,235
21,588

6,564
68,506
26,879
18,655
22,499

7,820
73,458
22,066
11,643
18,803
24,170

5,838
76,290
24,037
9,864
19,568
25,086

6,641
80,203
23,620
9,698
20,650
28,452

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ............................................................................

121,584

135,377

138,838

164,103

157,960

160,682

169,264

650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security....................................................................................................

148,027

184,133

178,511

199,501

201,662

226,922

258,140

(On-budget) ...............................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ...............................................................................................................

(844)
(147,183)

(20,753)
(163,380)

(7,083)
(171,429)

(8,527)
(190,973)

(4,861)
(196,802)

(4,930)
(221,992)

(4,852)
(253,289)

14,510
1,964
7,802

14,884
1,582
9,078

15,392
623
10,481

782

15,089
1,119
10,005
306
828

15,363
826
9,964

709

14,216
1,667
8,816
-78
743

24,985

25,364

26,528

2,666

1,530
423
140

3,066
1,702
468
137

4,759

5,373

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.............................................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation .................................................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans.............................................................
704 Veterans housing...............................................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services................................................................
TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ...........................................
750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities ....................................................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities ..............................................................
753 Federal correctional activities.............................................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance.................................................................................
TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ........................................................
See footnote at end of table.




8,012

21,001

200

100

799

870

15,848
511
10,836
1,484
863

27,348

27,151

27,466

29,542

3,439
1,905
495
215

3,716
2,204
599
220

3,731
2,190
595
265

4,742
2,680
867
502

5,156
2,926
1,059
316

6,054

6,739

6,780

8,791

9,458

201

58

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

20,479
10,896
3,505
187

21,049
10,912
3,539
212

22,499
10,620
3,565
187

24,557
10,612
3,600
195

34,312

35,066

35,711

36,870

38,965

3,391
4,047
24

3,387
1,924
457

3,383
1,717
459

3,377
1,887
518

3,378
1,890
521

3,400
1,935
525

9,820

7,462

5,768

5,558

5,781

5,790

5,861

10,125
10,934
1,549
5,392
802
9,943

11,293
11,311
1,633
5,563
817
9,727

13,132
11,971
1,896
5,767
864
11,652

13,729
13,639
2,002
5,531
980
11,062

13,739
12,506
2,038
5,497
982
11,492

13,749
11,273
2,009
5,497
986
12,025

13,730
10,711
2,020
5,472
986
12,431

13,740
10,574
2,118
5,472
986
12,816

TOTAL, 500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL
SERVICES ................................................................................................

38,744

40,344

45,282

46,943

46,255

45,540

45,349

45,706

550 HEALTH
551 Health care services..............................................................................
552 Health research .....................................................................................
553 Education and training of health care work force.................................
554 Consumer and occupational health and safety....................................

42,017
7,706
575
1,397

50,420
8,324
670
1,503

62,010
9,186
725
1,646

69,478
9,670
616
1,535

79,696
9,931
643
1,535

90,148
10,288
654
1,535

101,145
10,288
646
1,535

113,565
10,288
642
1,535

TOTAL, 550 HEALTH ...................................................................................

51,694

60,917

73,566

81,300

91,805

102,625

113,614

126,030

570 MEDICARE
571 Medicare ................................................................................................

107,339

98,796

104,501

113,811

124,504

138,532

154,558

174,636

600 INCOME SECURITY
601 General retirement and disability insurance (excluding social security)
602 Federal employee retirement and disability..........................................
603 Unemployment compensation ...............................................................
604 Housing assistance................................................................................
605 Food and nutrition assistance...............................................................
609 Other income security ...........................................................................

6,618
83,777
22,548
9,568
21,262
29,584

5,815
87,125
18,960
11,135
25,054
31,679

6,114
92,356
24,028
19,973
28,134
40,483

6,055
96,801
25,400
21,488
30,318
42,628

6,320
101,007
26,803
20,680
32,051
45,592

6,336
102,678
25,797
19,928
33,472
50,004

6,360
107,329
25,679
21,180
34,626
53,926

6,369
111,752
25,078
25,204
35,725
54,714

TOTAL, 600 INCOME SECURITY ...............................................................

173,357

179,768

211,0

222,691

232,453

238,214

249,100

258,842

650 SOCIAL SECURITY
651 Social security........................................................................................

284,987

306,980

329,451

351,109

379,863

412,435

443,497

478,401

(On-budget) ...................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ...................................................................................................

(5,069)
(279,918)

(3,766)
(303,214)

(5,131)
(324,320)

(5,847)
(345,262)

(6,276)
(373,587)

(6,721)
(405,714)

(7,186)
(436,311)

(7,672)
(470,729)

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
701 Income security for veterans.................................................................
702 Veterans education, training and rehabilitation ....................................
703 Hospital and medical care for veterans................................................
704 Veterans housing ...................................................................................
705 Other veterans benefits and services...................................................

16,384
421
11,523
778
919

16,660
279
12,168
548
940

17,071
341
13,051
718
1,048

17,431
419
13,754
777
999

17,577
505
14,296
641

18,073
609
14,867
658
997

18,512
700
15,444
586
966

18,976
820
16,086
456
970

TOTAL, 700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES ..............................

30,025

30,595

32,229

33,380

34,008

35,204

36,207

37,308

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
751 Federal law enforcement activities .......................................................
752 Federal litigative and judicial activities .................................................
753 Federal correctional activities................................................................
754 Criminal justice assistance....................................................................

4,792
3,288
1,553
424

5,200
3,829
2,578
774

5,734
4,505
1,728
821

6,566
5,314
2,195
767

6,978
5,493
2,218
765

7,071
5,637
2,192
765

7,232
5,805
2,562
765

7,897
5,974
2,668
765

TOTAL, 750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE ...........................................

10,057

12,381

12,789

14,842

15,455

15,666

16,363

17,304

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1989

1990

18,605
7,494
3,112
132

19,369
8,260
3,168
143

19,037
8,944
2,927
251

20,197
10,385
3,474
256

TOTAL, 400 TRANSPORTATION ................................................................
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
451 Community development.......................................................................
452 Area and regional development............................................................
453 Disaster relief and insurance ................................................................

29,342

30,940

31,160

3,061
3,512
1,308

4,060
4,033
1,728

TOTAL, 450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ..................

7,881

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES
501 Elementary, secondary, and vocational education...............................
502 Higher education....................................................................................
503 Research and general education a id s ..................................................
504 Training and employment......................................................................
505 Other labor services..............................................................................
506 Social services.......................................................................................

Function and Subfunction
400 TRANSPORTATION
401 Ground transportation............................................................................
402 Air transportation ...................................................................................
403 Water transportation ..............................................................................
407 Other transportation...............................................................................

See footnote at end of table.




1993
estimate

59

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.1—BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction
800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions ..................................................................................................
802 Executive direction and management........................................................................
803 Central fiscal operations............................................................................................
804 General property and records management .............................................................
805 Central personnel management.................................................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance.............................................................................
808 Other general government.........................................................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts ..............................................................................

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

780
71
1,773
341
99
9,751
470
-322

188
18
463
70
25
3,470
177
-150

878
83
1,916
509
109
9,342
531
-256

913
79
2,126
369
126
10,454
618
-289

932
84
2,383
454
133
8,282
493
-198

1,111
102
2,675
372
145
8,664
592
-351

1,036
108
2,818
553
162
6,249
764
-222

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT..........................................................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public d e b t.........................................................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds................................................................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds................................................................
908 Other interest.............................................................................................................

12,961

4,261

13,112

14,396

12,562

13,313

11,467

37,063
-4,988
-2,812
-2,547

8,102
-177
-93
-887

41,900
-5,488
-2,650
-3,875

48,695
-6,128
-2,403
-4,723

59,837
-7,727
-2,224
-7,273

74,781
-9,707
-2,339
-10,220

95,503
-11,523
-2,288
-12,958

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST...........................................................................................

26,716

6,945

29,886

35,442

42,613

52,517

68,735

(On-budget) .......................................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ....................................... ................................................................................
950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget)...................................................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget)...................................................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental S helf.................................................

(29,528)
(-2,812)

(7,038)
(-93)

(32,537)
(-2,650)

(37,844)
(-2,403)

(44,837)
(-2,224)

(54,855)
(-2,339)

(71,023)
(-2,288)

-10,761
-963
-2,662

-2,646
-249
-1,311

-11,528
-977
-2,374

-12,401
-1,060
-2,259

-13,095
-1,114
-3,267

-14,638
-1,204
-4,101

-16,473
-1,430
-10,138

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS .............................................

-14,386

-4,206

-14,879

-15,720

-17,476

-19,942

-28,041

(On-budget) .............................. ........................................................................................
(Off-budget) .......................................................................................................................

(-13,423)
(-963)

(-3,957)
(-249)

(-13,902)
(-977)

(-14,660)
(-1,060)

(-16,362)
(-1,114)

(-18,738)
(-1,204)

(-26,611)
(-1,430)

TOTAL, BUDGET AUTHORITY ........................................................................................

420,254

93,535

472,654

512,434

569,634

676,695

745,887

(On-budget) .......................................................................................................................
(Off-budget) .......................................................................................................................

(353,865)
(66,389)

(75,519)
(18,016)

(395,836)
(76,817)

(427,043)
(85,391)

(471,640)
(97,994)

(563,486)
(113,209)

(615,712)
(130,176)

See footnote at end of table.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.1— BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction
800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions ...................................................................................................
802 Executive direction and management........................................................................
803 Central fiscal operations.............................................................................................
804 General property and records management .............................................................
805 Central personnel management.................................................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance.............................................................................
808 Other general government .........................................................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts ..............................................................................

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1,175
95
2,936
293
141
6,389
543
-216

1,418
103
3,404
476
142
6,361
794
-636

1,443
111
3,633
337
148
6,795
498
-513

1,358
118
3,868
407
149
6,322
565
-506

1,412
110
4,043
382
136
5,847
760
-78

1,572
120
4,781
380
141
1,369
985
-623

1,602
128
5,172
298
145
1,963
1,805
-694

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT..........................................................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public d e b t.........................................................................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds................................................................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds................................................................
908 Other interest.............................................................................................................

11,357

12,063

12,453

12,282

12,612

8,725

10,421

117,190
-13,995
-2,071
-16,130

128,619
-15,257
-1,845
-21,742

153,822
-17,044
-3,310
-22,410

178,823
-21,838
-4,118
-23,437

190,155
-26,558
-4,329
-23,285

195,249
-29,662
-5,290
-21,732

214,066
-34,480
-7,416
-20,426

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST............................................................................................

84,995

89,775

111,059

129,431

135,982

138,565

151,744

(140,311)
(-4,329)

(143,856)
(-5,290)

(159,160)
(-7,416)

(87,065)
(-2,071)

(91,620)
(-1,845)

(114,368)
(-3,310)

(133,549)
(-4,118)

-18,203
-1,646
-6,250

-21,706
-1,778
-10,491

-23,219
-2,044
-6,694

-24,648
-2,509
-5,542

-25,434
-2,857
-4,716

-27,259
-3,300
-4,021
-1,875

-29,037
-4,382
-3,548

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS .............................................

-26,099

-33,976

-31,957

-32,698

-33,007

-36,455

-36,967

(On-budget) .......................................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ........................................................................................................................

(-24,453)
(-1,646)

(-32,198)
(-1,778)

(-29,913)
(-2,044)

(-30,189)
(-2,509)

(-30,150)
(-2,857)

(-33,155)
(-3,300)

(-32,585)
(-4,382)

TOTAL, BUDGET AUTHORITY ........................................................................................

809,854

888,082

949,921

1,074,057

1,072,773

1,099,893

1,185,526

(On-budget) .......................................................................................................................
(Off-budget) .......................................................................................................................

(666,387)
(143,467)

(728,325)
(159,758)

(783,846)
(166,075)

(889,710)
(184,347)

(883,158)
(189,615)

(886,491)
(213,402)

(944,035)
(241,491)

(On-budget) ........................................................ ...............................................................
(Off-budget) .......................................................................................................................
950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget)...................................................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget)...................................................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf.................................................
954 Sale of major assets ..................................................................................................

See footnote at end of table.




61

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.1-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY FUNCTION AND SUBFUNCTION: 1976-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Subfunction
800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
801 Legislative functions ..............................................................................
802 Executive direction and management...................................................
803 Central fiscal operations........................................................................
804 General property and records management ........................................
805 Central personnel management............................................................
806 General purpose fiscal assistance........................................................
808 Other general government ....................................................................
809 Deductions for offsetting receipts .........................................................

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

1,807
137
5,805
605
146
2,043
822
-893

1,800
296
6,215
2,313
156
2,033
750
-361

2,021
270
5,032
2,042
164
2,128
1,433
-780

2,468
243
6,687
426
173
2,087
1,330
-725

2,452
295
7,290
311
174
2,092
1,071
-725

2,493
302
7,817
190
174
2,103
795
-725

2,533
308
8,198
187
174
2,130
773
-725

2,574
316
8,737
185
174
2,148
777
-725

TOTAL, 800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT.....................................................
900 NET INTEREST
901 Interest on the public d e b t................................. ..................................
902 Interest received by on-budget trust funds...........................................
903 Interest received by off-budget trust funds...........................................
908 Other interest........................................................................................

10,473

13,202

12,310

12,688

12,959

13,147

13,579

14,185

240,863
-40,547
-11,395
-19,609

264,820
-46,416
-15,991
-17,701

286,290
-50,179
-20,164
-19,335

303,978
-53,516
-23,733
-20,386

319,955
-57,137
-28,049
-22,731

330,038
-60,613
-32,769
-21,184

334,501
-64,447
-38,326
-17,947

338,538
-68,368
-44,639
-14,524

TOTAL, 900 NET INTEREST.......................................................................

169,312

184,711

196,612

206,343

212,038

215,472

213,780

211,008

(On-budget) ..................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ..................................................................................................

(180,707)
(-11,395)

(200,702)
(-15,991)

(216,776)
(-20,164)

(230,076)
(-23,733)

(240,087)
(-28,049)

(248,241)
(-32,769)

(252,106)
(-38,326)

(255,647)
(-44,639)

97

101

106

110

114

920 ALLOWANCES
926 Proposed agency contributions for PHS retirement.............................
929 Operation desert shield placeholder.....................................................

14,000

TOTAL, 920 ALLOWANCES ........................................................................

14,000

97

101

106

110

114

-29,537
-5,827
-3,729

-30,586
-6,231
-2,687
-85
-1,191

-31,358
-6,794
-3,285

-29,484
-7,446
-3,291

-30,675
-8,138
-3,154

-31,660
-8,877
-3,472

-2,292

-1,190

-2,791

-890

950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS
951 Employer share, employee retirement (on-budget)..............................
952 Employer share, employee retirement (off-budget)..............................
953 Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental S helf............................
954 Sale of major assets .............................................................................
959 Other undistributed offsetting receipts..................................................

-29,425
-4,858
-2,929

-28,044
-5,567
-3,004

TOTAL, 950 UNDISTRIBUTED OFFSETTING RECEIPTS ........................

-37,212

-36,615

-39,093

-40,780

-43,729

-41,411

-44,758

-44,898

(On-budget) ..................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ..................................................................................................

(-32,354)
(-4,858)

(-31,048)
(-5,567)

(-33,266)
(-5,827)

(-34,549)
(-6,231)

(-36,935)
(-6,794)

(-33,965)
(-7,446)

(-36,620)
(-8,138)

(-36,021)
(-8,877)

TOTAL, BUDGET AUTHORITY ...................................................................

1,309,903

1,368,500

1,519,972

1,577,773

1,533,655

1,605,829

1,677,487

1,759,603

(On-budget) ..................................................................................................
(Off-budget) ..................................................................................................

(1,044,628) (1,083,762) (1,218,921) (1,260,671) (1,193,098) (1,238,966) (1,286,604) (1,340,745)
(265,275) (284,738) (301,051) (317,102) (340,556) (366,863) (390,883) (418,858)

On-budget unless otherwise stated.




62

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.2-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY: 1976-1996
(in millions of dollars)
Department or other unit

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

936
346
69
10,933
20,755
1,732
95,503
9,524
9,384
4,946

226
87
18
-733
4,245
357
22,925
2,603
3,387
1,312

1,057
431
78
5,387
21,897
7,814
107,906
10,738
10,806
6,977

1,087
459
78
8,546
26,719
1,892
114,531
11,981
11,878
10,660

1,131
521
82
6,748
37,314
2,086
123,595
13,083
14,263
10,331

1,318
609
101
13,422
39,628
2,610
140,651
15,237
15,289
10,025

1,251
656
103
16,515
47,496
2,072
176,110
16,953
16,837
11,241

1,414
733
93
11,032
57,481
1,834
211,513
18,000
15,454
12,486

1,687
823
101
6,590
69,921
1,923
238,900
19,591
15,397
11,893

1,770
904
109
18,946
46,824
2,016
258,176
19,225
15,423
10,953

1,705
1,052
116
20,364
61,916
2,309
286,827
30,347
19,077
12,618

48,207
70,164
29,200
2,735
2,180
20,464
939
11,082
46,632
19,653
772
275

12,011
18,358
400
1,037
566
3,675
380
5,128
11,010
4,524
189
53

55,747
80,445
33,818
3,741
2,340
31,303
1,279
9,763
50,322
19,043
2,764
442

61,166
88,854
37,994
4,643
2,378
20,084
1,527
14,035
57,283
19,013
5,499
304

69,440
101,332
31,142
4,770
2,502
28,623
1,778
17,917
64,576
20,471
5,403
378

78,860
116,752
35,852
4,678
2,472
28,803
2,136
19,963
90,509
21,177
4,669
291

92,592
133,893
34,220
4,408
2,325
29,460
2,335
25,520
92,097
23,136
3,026
469

100,840
147,183
20,911
3,810
2,627
27,239
2,587
23,739
111,246
24,948
3,674
227

116,833
163,380
16,561
4,956
3,046
36,413
2,759
26,308
117,237
25,324
3,688
393

128,000
171,429
18,148
4,917
3,461
34,826
2,979
28,596
141,638
26,477
4,064
247

141,107
190,973
31,398
5,016
3,848
27,660
3,562
28,770
166,101
27,298
4,346
309

1976

Legislative Branch...........................................
The Judiciary..................................................
Executive Office of the President...................
Funds Appropriated to the President.............
Agriculture ......................................................
Commerce......................................................
Defense-Military..............................................
Defense-Civil ..................................................
Education........................................................
Energy ............................................ ...............
Health and Human Services-except social se­
curity ...........................................................
Health and Human Services-social security ...
Housing and Urban Development..................
Interior ............................................................
Justice ............................................................
Labor ..............................................................
State ...............................................................
Transportation ................................................
Treasury .........................................................
Veterans Affairs .............................................
Environmental Protection Agency ...............
General Services Administration ....................
National Aeronautics and Space Administra­
tion .............................................................
Office of Personnel Management...................
Small Business Administration .......................
Other Independent Agencies..........................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .....................
(On-budget)................................................
(Off-budget)................................................

3,552
13,559
621
18,279
-22,186
(-18,411)
(-3,775)

Total budget authority ............................

420,254




4,244
5,634
932
5,350
3,876
4,743
6,200
7,065
7,458
7,573
17,041
24,917
29,001
1,607
18,215
20,982
32,629
35,724
37,695
41,606
31
2,145
1,355
2,081
971
1,254
1,068
3,555
748
1,278
13,371
9,589
10,062
11,769
31,220
19,031
3,683
11,368
16,998
15,561
-4,477 -23,018
-24,250 -27,428
-31,988 -41,852
-42,165
-51,078
-52,329 -58,656
(-4,135) (-19,390) (-20,788) (-24,089) (-28,445) (-38,134) (-38,448) (-47,455) (-46,975) (-52,029)
(-342) (-3,627) (-3,463) (-3,338) (-3,543) (-3,718) (-3,717) (-3,623) (-5,354) (-6,627)
93,535

472,654

512,434

569,634

676,695

745,887

809,854

888,082

949,921

1,074,057

63

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.2-BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY: 1976-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Department or other unit

Legislative Branch ...........................................
The Judiciary............................ .....................
Executive Office of the President...................
Funds Appropriated to the President.............
Agriculture ......................................................
Commerce......................................................
Defense-Military..............................................
Defense-Civil ..................................................
Education........................................................
Energy ............................................................
Health and Human Services-except social se­
curity ...........................................................
Health and Human Services-social security ...
Housing and Urban Development..................
Interior ................................. ..........................
Justice ............................................................
Labor ..............................................................
State .............................................. ................
Transportation ............ ...................................
Treasury .........................................................
Veterans Affairs .............................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..................
General Services Administration ....................
National Aeronautics and Space Administra­
tion .............................................................
Office of Personnel Management...................
Small Business Administration ......................
Other Independent Agencies..........................
Allowances ....................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .....................
(On-budget)................................................
(Off-budget)................................................
Total budget authority........................

2 8 0 -1 0 0 0 - 9 1 - 3




1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994

1995
estimate

1996
estimaie

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1,722
1,044
108
10,709
59,249
1,980
281,436
32,682
17,872
10,559

1,875
1,267
118
13;002
52,518
2,155
279,469
35,137
19,608
10,125

2,127
1,338
125
11,656
55,236
2,450
283,755
36,329
20,234
11,163

2,276
1,476
129
10,953
55,733
2,807
290,837
37,234
22,956
11,697

2,243
1,745
292
12,410
55,327
3,684
292,999
37,258
24,686
13,984

2,499
2,062
272
13,042
64,398
2,642
272,953
38,944
27,097
16,067

3,010
2,571
247
25,413
62.136
2,563
278,282
40,468
29,620
16,130

2,998
2,701
302
13,875
60,071
2,556
277,895
42,286
28,571
17,036

3,053
2,828
309
12,632
61,914
2,475
278,224
40,801
27,443
17,825

3,118
2,960
316
12,781
64,585
2,467
280,746
42.723
26,910
18,440

3,184
3,094
324
13,060
63,178
2,472
282,620
45,029
26,882
19,149

156,535
196,802
15,928
4,589
3,865
28,839
4,039
28,079
179,675
27,075
3,446
287

159,715
221,992
14,657
5,279
5,210
30,252
3,765
26,122
181,857
27,363
5,344
281

177,043
253,289
14,949
5,246
5,630
30,684
3,757
27,169
204,104
29,432
4,968
184

196,638
279,918
14,347
5,482
6,732
29,923
4,093
28,455
232,080
29,893
5,081
187

195,897
303,214
17,315
6,690
8,596
26,608
4,380
30,153
259,118
30,461
5,380
2,191

225,178
324.320
26,979
6,735
8,884
32,322
4,675
30,670
278,427
32,086
5,949
1,907

242,757
345,262
25,581
6,455
10,181
33,235
5,673
33,468
300,011
33,245
5,983
276

265,179
373,587
24,293
6,375
10,402
34,554
5,209
34,075
316,248
33,869
5,230
162

293,568
405,714
23,275
6,354
10,227
33,537
5,417
34,665
328,987
35,067
4,580
40

321,528
436,311
24,503
6,416
10,774
33,338
5,580
35,790
340,363
36,074
3,979
38

353,537
470,729
28,549
6,504
10,977
32,727
5,795
37,964
349,843
37,177
3,979
36

7,807
44,200
714
18,497

10,923
44,775
604
18,789

9,062
48,141
418
25,900

-64,967
(-57,780)
(-7,186)

-72,310
-78,863
(-63,720) (-67,066)
(-8,590) (-11,798)

estimate

13,977
15,723
17,176
18,297
19,583
20,708
59,185
65,170
75,114
61,163
68,659
71,868
464
541
792
780
659
558
123,676
23,967
22,689
24,221
115,458
23,158
14,000
97
101
114
106
110
-89,155 -99,025 -109,436 -118,029 -129,733 -134,793 -147,531 -157,905
(-72,903) (-77,467) (-83,445) (-88,065) (-94,890) (-94,578) (-101,067) (-104,389)
(-16,252) (-21,558) (-25,991) (-29,964) (-34,843) (-40,215) (-46,464) (-53,516)
10,969
51,248
421
67,491

12,324
55,947
928
63,698

1,072,773 1,099,893 1,185,526 1,309,903 1,368,500 1,519,972 1,577,773 1,533,655 1,605,829 1,677,487 1,759,603

64

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 5.3-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY: 1976-1996
Department or other unit

Legislative Branch..........................................
The Judiciary..................................................
Executive Office of the President...................
Funds Appropriated to the President.............
Agriculture ......................................................
Commerce......................................................
Defense-Military...............................................
Defense-Civil ..................................................
Education........................................................
Energy............................................................
Health and Human Services-except social se­
curity ...........................................................
Health and Human Services-social security ...
Housing and Urban Development..................
Interior ............................................................
Justice ............................................................
Labor ..............................................................
S tate...............................................................
Transportation ................................................
Treasury .........................................................
Veterans Affairs ..............................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..................
General Services Administration ....................
National Aeronautics and Space Administra­
tion .............................................................
Office of Personnel Management...................
Small Business Administration .......................
Other Independent Agencies..........................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .....................
(On-budget)................................................
(Off-budget)................................................
Total budget authority............................
See footnote at end of table.




1976

TQ

0.2
0.1

0.2
0.1

2.6
4.9
0.4
22.7
2.3
2.2
1.2

1977

1978

1979

1980

-.8
4.5
0.4
24.5
2.8
3.6
1.4

0.2
0.1
*
1.1
4.6
1.7
22.8
2.3
2.3
1.5

0.2
0.1
*
1.7
5.2
0.4
22.4
2.3
2.3
2.1

0.2
0.1
*
1.2
6.6
0.4
21.7
2.3
2.5
1.8

11.5
16.7
6.9
0.7
0.5
4.9
0.2
2.6
11.1
4.7
0.2
0.1

12.8
19.6
0.4
1.1
0.6
3.9
0.4
5.5
11.8
4.8
0.2
0.1

11.8
17.0
7.2
0.8
0.5
6.6
0.3
2.1
10.6
4.0
0.6
0.1

11.9
17.3
7.4
0.9
0.5
3.9
0.3
2.7
11.2
3.7
1.1
0.1

12.2
17.8
5.5
0.8
0.4
5.0
0.3
3.1
11.3
3.6
0.9
0.1

11.7
17.3
5.3
0.7
0.4
4.3
0.3
3.0
13.4
3.1
0.7

0.8
3.2
0.1
4.3
-5.3
(-4.4)
(-•9)

1.0
1.7
*
3.9
-4.8
(-4.4)
(-.4)

0.8
3.6
0.2
2.0
-4.9
(-4.1)
(-.8)

0.8
3.6
0.7
2.0
-4.7
(-4.1)
(-■7)

0.8
3.7
0.4
2.1
-4.8
(-4.2)
(-■6)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

*

★

0.2
0.1

1981
0.2
0.1
*
2.2
6.4
0.3
23.6
2.3
2.3
1.5

1982

1983

1984

1985

0.2
0.1

0.2
0.1

0.2
0.1
*

1.4
7.1
0.2
26.1
2.2
1.9
1.5

0.7
7.9
0.2
26.9
2.2
1.7
1.3

2.0
4.9
0.2
27.2
2.0
1.6
1.2

0.2
0.1
*
1.9
5.8
0.2
26.7
2.8
1.8
1.2

12.4
18.0
4.6
0.6
0.3
3.9
0.3
3.4
12.3
3.1
0.4
0.1

12.5
18.2
2.6
0.5
0.3
3.4
0.3
2.9
13.7
3.1
0.5

13.2
18.4
1.9
0.6
0.3
4.1
0.3
3.0
13.2
2.9
0.4
*

13.5
18.0
1.9
0.5
0.4
3.7
0.3
3.0
14.9
2.8
0.4

13.1
17.8
2.9
0.5
0.4
2.6
0.3
2.7
15.5
2.5
0.4

0.8
3.7
0.3
4.6
-4.7
M .2 )
(-■5)

0.8
3.9
0.2
2.6
-5.6
(-5.1)
(-■5)

0.8
4.0
0.1
1.7
-5.2
(-4.7)
(-•5)

0.8
4.0
0.1
1.3
-5.8
(-5-3)
(-■4)

0.8
4.0
0.1
1.8
-5.5
(-4.9)
(-•6)

0.7
3.9
0.1
1.4
-5.5
(-4.8)
(-.6)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

*

2.0
5.9
0.4
20.8
2.3
2.3
1.5

*

*

*

65

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 5.3-PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY: 1976-1996-Continued
Department or other unit

Legislative Branch..........................................
The Judiciary..................................................
Executive Office of the President...................
Funds Appropriated to the President.............
Agriculture ......................................................
Commerce......................................................
Defense-Military..............................................
Defense-Civil ..................................................
Education........................................................
Energy ............................................................
Health and Human Services-except social se­
curity ...........................................................
Health and Human Services-social security ...
Housing and Urban Development..................
Interior ............................................................
Justice ............................................................
Labor ..............................................................
S tate...............................................................
Transportation ................................................
Treasury .........................................................
Veterans Affairs .............................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..................
General Services Administration ....................
National Aeronautics and Space Administra­
tion .............................................................
Office of Personnel Management...................
Small Business Administration .......................
Other Independent Agencies..........................
Allowances .....................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts .....................
(On-budget)................................................
(Off-budget)................................................
Total budget authority............................
* 0.05 percent or less.




1986

1987

1988

1989

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

estimate

estimate

estimate

estimate

estimate

estimate

0.2
0.1
*
0.9
4.2
0.2
18.0
2.6
1.8
1.1

0.2
0.2
★

0.2
0.2
*
0.8
3.9
0.2
17.3
2.5
1.7
1.1

0.2
0.2
*

0.2
0.2
*

1.6
3.9
0.2
17.6
2.6
1.9
1.0

0.2
0.2
*
0.9
3.9
0.2
18.1
2.8
1.9
1.1

0.8
3.9
0.1
16.7
2.5
1.6
1.1

0.7
3.6
0.1
16.1
2.6
1.5
1.1

1.2
4.8
0.2
25.4
3.2
1.8
0.9

0.2
0.1
*
1.0
4.7
0.2
23.9
3.1
1.7
0.9

0.8
4.3
0.2
22.2
2.8
1.8
0.9

0.2
0.1
*
0.9
4.0
0.3
21.4
2.7
1.8
1.0

14.6
18.3
1.5
0.4
0.4
2.7
0.4
2.6
16.7
2.5
0.3
★

14.5
20.2
1.3
0.5
0.5
2.8
0.3
2.4
16.5
2.5
0.5
*

14.9
21.4
1.3
0.4
0.5
2.6
0.3
2.3
17.2
2.5
0.4
*

15.0
21.4
1.1
0.4
0.5
2.3
0.3
2.2
17.7
2.3
0.4
★

14.3
22.2
1.3
0.5
0.6
1.9
0.3
2.2
18.9
2.2
0.4
0.2

14.8
21.3
1.8
0.4
0.6
2.1
0.3
2.0
18.3
2.1
0.4
0.1

15.4
21.9
1.6
0.4
0.6
2.1
0.4
2.1
19.0
2.1
0.4
*

17.3
24.4
1.6
0.4
0.7
2.3
0.3
2.2
20.6
2.2
0.3
*

18.3
25.3
1.4
0.4
0.6
2.1
0.3
2.2
20.5
2.2
0.3

19.2
26.0
1.5
0.4
0.6
2.0
0.3
2.1
20.3
2.2
0.2
*

20.1
26.8
1.6
0.4
0.6
1.9
0.3
2.2
19.9
2.1
0.2
*

0.7
4.1
0.1
1.7

1.0
4.1
0.1
1.7

0.8
4.1
*
2.2

0.8
3.9
*

1.2
4.3
★

1.2
4.3
★

-6.6
(-5-8)
(-■8)

-6.7
(-5.7)
(-1.0)

-6.8
(-5.6)
(-1.2)

-7.2
(-5-7)
(-1-6)

1.0
3.9
0.1
7.3
*
-7.5
(-5.6)
(-1.9)

1.1
4.2
0.1
1.5
*

-6.1
(-5.4)
(-■7)

0.9
3.9
*
8.1
0.9
-7.2
(-5.5)
(-1.7)

1.1
4.3
★

5.2

0.9
4.1
0.1
4.7

-8.5
(-6.2)
(-2.3)

1.5
*
-8.4
(-5.9)
(-2.5)

1.4
*
-8.8
(-6.0)
(-2.8)

1.4
*
-9.0
(-5.9)
(-3.0)

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

0.2
0.1
*
1.0
5.5
0.2
26.2
3.0
1.7
1.0

0.2
0.1
*

0.2
0.1
★

1990

*

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

66
Table 6.1-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS: 1940-1996
Category

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

In Millions of Current Dollars
Total outlays..........................................

9,468

13,653

35,137

78,555

91,304

92,712

55,232

34,496

29,764

38,835

42,562

45,514

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

1,660

6,435

25,658

66,699

79,143

82,965

42,681

12,808

9,105

13,150

13,724

23,566

1,657
(1,360)

1,730
(1,374)

1,758
(1,348)

1,647
(1,220)

1,721
(1,260)

2,215
(1,784)

5,673
(5,222)

9,052
(8,292)

9,043
(8,208)

10,065
(9,029)

13,664
(12,407)

10,279
(8,955)

(298)
574
899
4,995
-317

(356)
491
943
4,601
-547

(410)
482
1,052
7,081
-894

(427)
487
1,529
9,414
-1,221

(461)
449
2,219
9,092
-1,320

(432)
427
3,112
5,382
-1,389

(451)
368
4,111
3,867
-1,468

(761)
842
4,204
9,141
-1,552

(835)
777
4,341
8,141
-1,643

(1,036)
840
4,523
12,035
-1,779

(1,257)
996
4,812
11,182
-1,817

(1,324)
964
4,665
8,373
-2,332

7,808

7,218

9,479

11,856

12,161

9,747

12,551

21,688

20,659

25,685

28,838

21,948

Total nondefense.......................

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars
Total outlays..........................................

83.2

112.6

260.5

530.1

638.0

668.9

415.3

212.8

158.2

202.5

220.5

250.6

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...............:..........................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

15.1

51.2

174.7

414.8

522.1

591.3

339.8

89.9

55.8

77.4

83.9

150.3

11.7
(9.6)

11.6
(9.2)

10.9
(8.3)

9.2
(6.8)

9.0
(6.6)

11.1
(8.9)

26.6
(24.4)

38.7
(35.4)

35.6
(32.3)

38.6
(34.6)

52.6
(47.7)

37.4
(32.6)

(2.1)
5.3
6.9
47.8
-3.5

(2.4)
4.6
6.9
44.8
-6.6

(2.5)
4.3
7.3
73.9
-10.4

(2.4)
4.1
10.1
106.1
-14.3

(2.4)
3.7
14.4
104.4
-15.4

(2-2)
3.4
19.8
58.8
-15.5

(2.1)
2.8
23.4
37.9
-15.1

(3.2)
5.0
20.1
71.7
-12.6

(3.3)
4.4
18.7
55.3
-11.6

(4.0)
4.5
18.9
74.5
-11.4

(4.8)
5.5
20.2
70.2
-11.9

(4.8)
4.8
18.6
56.5
-17.0

68.1

61.3

85.9

115.2

116.0

77.6

75.4

122.9

102.4

125.0

136.5

100.4

Total nondefense.......................

As percentages of GNP
Total outlays...........................................

9.9

12.1

24.7

44.7

45.2

43.6

25.9

15.4

12.0

14.7

16.0

14.4

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments ..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

1.7

5.7

18.0

37.9

39.2

39.1

20.0

5.7

3.7

5.0

5.1

7.5

1.7
(1.4)

1.5
(1.2)

1.2
(0.9)

0.9
(0.7)

0.9
(0.6)

1.0
(0.8)

2.7
(2-5)

4.0
(3.7)

3.6
(3-3)

3.8
(3.4)

5.1
(4.7)

3.3
(2.8)

(0.3)
0.6
0.9
5.2
-.3

(0.3)
0.4
0.8
4.1
-.5

(0.3)
0.3
0.7
5.0
-.6

(0.2)
0.3
0.9
5.4
-.7

(0.2)
0.2
1.1
4.5
-.7

(0.2)
0.2
1.5
2.5
-.7

(0.2)
0.2
1.9
1.8
-.7

(0.3)
0.4
1.9
4.1
-.7

(0.3)
0.3
1.8
3.3
-.7

(0.4)
0.3
1.7
4.6
-.7

(0.5)
0.4
1.8
4.2
-.7

(0.4)
0.3
1.5
2.7
-.7

Total nondefense.......................

8.2

6.4

6.7

6.7

6.0

4.6

5.9

9.7

8.3

9.7

10.8

7.0

Addendum: GNP ($ billions)..............

95.8

113.0

142.2

175.8

202.0

212.4

212.9

223.6

247.8

263.9

266.8

315.0

As percentages of outlays
Total outlays...........................................
National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....
Total nondefense.......................
See footnotes at end of table.




100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

89.5

77.3

37.1

30.6

33.9

32.2

51.8

17.5

47.1

73.0

84.9

86.7

17.5
(14.4)

12.7
(10.1)

5.0
(3.8)

2.1
(1.6)

1.9
(1.4)

2.4
(1.9)

10.3
(9.5)

26.2
(24.0)

30.4
(27.6)

25.9
(23.3)

32.1
(29.2)

22.6
(19.7)

(3.1)
6.1
9.5
52.8
-3.4

(2.6)
3.6
6.9
33.7
-4.0

(1.2)
1.4
3.0
20.2
-2.5

(0.5)
0.6
1.9
12.0
-1.6

(0.5)
0.5
2.4
10.0
-1.4

(0.5)
0.5
3.4
5.8
-1.5

(0.8)
0.7
7.4
7.0
-2.7

(2-2)
2.4
12.2
26.5
-4.5

(2.8)
2.6
14.6
27.4
-5.5

(2-7)
2.2
11.6
31.0
-4.6

(3.0)
2.3
11.3
26.3
-4.3

(2.9)
2.1
10.2
18.4
-5.1

82.5

52.9

27.0

15.1

13.3

10.5

22.7

62.9

69.4

66.1

67.8

48.2

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 6.1-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS: 1940-1996-Continued
Category

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

In Millions of Current Dollars
Total outlays..........................................

67,686

76,101

70,855

68,444

70,640

76,578

82,405

92,098

92,191

97,723

106,821

111,316

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 ....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

46,089

52,802

49,266

42,729

42,523

45,430

46,815

49,015

48,130

49,601

52,345

53,400

10,853
(9,528)

10,950
(9,460)

12,610
(10,999)

14,297
(12,674)

15,208
(13,534)

17,027
(15,226)

20,931
(18,810)

22,757
(20,393)

24,162
(21,682)

27,525
(24,907)

28,938
(25,987)

30,958
(27,677)

(1,325)
1,108
4,701
8,313
-3,377

(1,490)
1,332
5,156
9,432
-3,571

(1,611)
1,431
4,811
6,134
-3,397

(1,623)
1,574
4,850
8,488
-3,493

(1,674)
1,877
5,079
9,541
-3,589

(1,802)
2,164
5,354
10,750
-4,146

(2,121)
2,770
5,604
10,670
-4,385

(2,364)
4,088
5,762
15,089
-4,613

(2,480)
4,534
6,947
13,238
-4,820

(2,618)
4,497
6,716
14,191
-4,807

(2,951)
4,958
6,889
18,965
-5,274

(3,280)
5,281
7,740
19,734
-5,797

Total nondefense.......................

21,597

23,299

21,589

25,715

28,117

31,148

35,590

43,083

44,061

48,122

54,477

57,915

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars
Total outlays..........................................

349.3

367.5

330.9

311.1

306.2

318.8

322.8

346.9

340.4

354.6

383.7

384.6

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants .................................
Net Interest 2 ....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

258.9

271.5

250.0

211.0

198.5

203.5

198.3

196.0

192.1

195.2

202.2

197.1

38.2
(33.5)

37.6
(32.5)

42.8
(37.3)

48.3
(42.8)

50.6
(45.0)

55.0
(49.2)

65.9
(59.2)

70.5
(63.2)

73.2
(65.7)

82.2
(74.4)

85.2
(76.5)

89.6
(80.1)

(4.7)
5.3
18.4
50.8
-22.3

(5.1)
6.1
19.7
54.5
-22.1

(5.5)
6.7
18.2
33.8
-20.5

(5.5)
7.2
18.0
46.9
-20.2

(5.6)
8.3
18.2
50.2
-19.6

(5.8)
8.9
18.5
55.0
-22.1

(6.7)
10.9
18.8
50.6
-21.8

(7.3)
15.6
18.9
67.1
-21.2

(7.5)
17.2
22.3
57.6
-22.0

(7.8)
17.0
21.4
60.2
-21.3

(8.7)
18.3
21.5
79.4
-22.9

(9.5)
19.1
23.8
79.3
-24.2

Total nondefense.......................

90.5

95.8

81.0

100.1

107.6

115.3

124.4

150.9

148.4

159.4

181.5

187.6

As percentages of GNP
Total outlays ..........................................

19.8

20.8

19.2

17.7

16.9

17.4

18.3

19.1

18.2

18.9

19.2

18.9

National defense 1 ................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 ........................
Grants to State and local
governments.............................
All other grants .................................
Net Interest 2 ....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

13.5

14.4

13.3

11.1

10.2

10.3

10.4

10.2

9.5

9.6

9.4

9.1

3.2
(2.8)

3.0
(2.6)

3.4
(3.0)

3.7
(3.3)

3.6
(3.2)

3.9
(3-5)

4.6
(4.2)

4.7
(4.2)

4.8
(4.3)

5.3
(4.8)

5.2
(4-7)

5.3
(4.7)

(0.4)
0.3
1.4
2.4
-1.0

(0.4)
0.4
1.4
2.6
-1.0

(0.4)
0.4
1.3
1.7
-.9

(0.4)
0.4
1.3
2.2
-.9

(0.4)
0.4
1.2
2.3
-.9

(0.4)
0.5
1.2
2.4
-.9

(0.5)
0.6
1.2
2.4
-1.0

(0.5)
0.8
1.2
3.1
-1.0

(0.5)
0.9
1.4
2.6
-1.0

(0.5)
0.9
1.3
2.7
-.9

(0.5)
0.9
1.2
3.4
-.9

(0.6)
0.9
1.3
3.4
-1.0

Total nondefense.......................

6.3

6.4

5.8

6.7

6.7

7.1

7.9

8.9

8.7

9.3

9.8

9.9

Addendum: GNP ($ billions)..............

342.4

365.6

369.5

386.4

418.1

440.5

450.2

481.5

506.7

518.2

557.7

587.8

As percentages of outlays
Total outlays ..........................................

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

National defense 1 ................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 ........................
Grants to State and local
governments.............................
All other grants .................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ,

68.1

69.4

69.5

62.4

60.2

59.3

56.8

53.2

52.2

50.8

49.0

48.0

16.0
(14.1)

14.4
(12.4)

17.8
(15.5)

20.9
(18.5)

21.5
(19.2)

22.2
(19.9)

25.4
(22.8)

24.7
(22.1)

26.2
(23.5)

28.2
(25.5)

27.1
(24.3)

27.8
(24.9)

(2.0)
1.6
6.9
12.3
-5.0

(2.0)
1.8
6.8
12.4
-4.7

(2-3)
2.0
6.8
8.7
-4.8

(2.4)
2.3
7.1
12.4
-5.1

(2.4)
2.7
7.2
13.5
-5.1

(2-4)
2.8
7.0
14.0
-5.4

(2.6)
3.4
6.8
12.9
-5.3

(2.6)
4.4
6.3
16.4
-5.0

(2.7)
4.9
7.5
14.4
-5.2

(2-7)
4.6
6.9
14.5
-4.9

(2.8)
4.6
6.4
17.8
-4.9

(2.9)
4.7
7.0
17.7
-5.2

31.9

30.6

30.5

37.6

39.8

40.7

43.2

46.8

47.8

49.2

51.0

52.0

Total nondefense.......................
See footnotes a end of table.
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68

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 6.1-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS: 1940-1996-Continued
Category

1964

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

In Millions of Current Dollars
Total outlays..........................................

118,528

118,228

134,532

157,464

178,134

183,640

195,649

210,172

230,681

245,707

269,359

332,332

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

54,757

50,620

58,111

71,417

81,926

82,497

81,692

78,872

79,174

76,681

79,347

86,509

32,217
(28,658)

33,103
(29,385)

37,076
(32,771)

43,211
(38,392)

49,849
(43,779)

57,225
(49,983)

64,806
(56,079)

80,564
(70,030)

93,055
(79,112)

104,739 120,407 153,836
(90,860) (105,557) (137,074)

(3,559)
6,571
8,199
22,492
-5,708

(3,718)
7,159
8,591
24,663
-5,908

(4,305)
8,557
9,386
27,944
-6,542

(4,819)
10,387
10,268
29,475
-7,294

(6,070)
12,454
11,090
30,861
-8,045

(7,243)
12,887
12,699
26,318
-7,986

(8,727) (10,533)
17,532
15,301
14,841
14,380
28,102
28,471
-8,632 -10,107

(13,943)
20,386
15,478
32,171
-9,583

(13,879)
27,911
17,349
32,437
-13,409

(14,851)
28,442
21,449
36,462
-16,749

(16,762)
32,956
23,244
49,390
-13,602

63,771

67,608

76,421

86,047

96,208

101,143

113,958

131,300

151,507

169,026

190,012

245,824

Total nondefense.......................

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars
Total outlays ..........................................

402.9

394.6

431.2

488.4

525.5

510.4

509.2

509.4

527.6

527.5

528.6

586.0

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

198.8

181.4

197.9

235.1

254.8

243.4

225.6

202.7

190.9

175.1

163.3

159.8

91.6
(81.5)

92.7
(82.3)

101.4
(89.6)

114.8
(102.0)

128.2
(112.6)

140.8
(123.0)

152.5
(132.0)

181.3
(157.6)

200.4
(170.4)

216.2
(187.5)

228.9
(200.7)

266.4
(237.4)

(10.1)
23.3
24.8
87.3
-23.0

(10.4)
24.9
25.4
93.2
-23.1

(11.8)
28.8
27.0
100.3
-24.2

(12.8)
33.1
28.6
103.1
-26.2

(15.6)
37.7
29.8
102.1
-27.2

(17.8)
36.9
32.4
82.4
-25.5

(20.5)
40.5
34.7
81.4
-25.4

(23.7)
43.0
34.0
75.7
-27.3

(30.0)
47.0
33.6
79.7
-24.1

(28.6)
60.1
35.9
68.3
-28.1

(28.2)
56.3
41.1
71.8
-32.8

(29.0)
57.9
40.4
84.9
-23.4

204.1

213.2

233.3

253.4

270.7

266.9

283.7

306.7

336.7

352.4

365.3

426.2

Total nondefense.......................

As percentages of GNP
Total outlays..........................................

18.8

17.6

18.2

19.8

21.0

19.8

19.8

19.9

20.0

19.2

19.0

21.8

National defense 1 .................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ...........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2

8.7

7.5

7.9

9.0

9.6

8.9

8.3

7.5

6.9

6.0

5.6

5.7

5.1
(4.6)

4.9
(4.4)

5.0
(4.4)

5.4
(4.8)

5.9
(5.2)

6.2
(5.4)

6.5
(5.7)

7.6
(6.6)

8.1
(6.9)

8.2
(7.1)

8.5
(7.5)

10.1
(9.0)

(0.6)
1.0
1.3
3.6
-.9

(0.6)
1.1
1.3
3.7
-.9

(0.6)
1.2
1.3
3.8
-.9

(0.6)
1.3
1.3
3.7
-.9

(0.7)
1.5
1.3
3.6
-.9

(0.8)
1.4
1.4
2.8
-.9

(0.9)
1.5
1.5
2.8
-.9

(1.0)
1.7
1.4
2.7
-1.0

(1.2)
1.8
1.3
2.8
-.8

(1.1)
2.2
1.4
2.5
-1.0

(1.0)
2.0
1.5
2.6
-1.2

(1.1)
2.2
1.5
3.2
-.9

Total nondefense.......................

10.1

10.1

10.3

10.8

11.3

10.9

11.5

12.4

13.1

13.2

13.4

16.1

Addendum: GNP ($ billions)..............

629.2

672.6

739.0

794.6

849.4

929.5

990.2

1,055.9

1,153.1

1,281.4

1,416.5

1,522.5

As percentages of outlays
Total outlays...........................................

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

National defense 1 ................................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals....................
Direct payments 2 .........................
Grants to State and local
governments..............................
All other grants ..................................
Net Interest 2 .....................................
All other 2 ..........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 .....

46.2

42.8

43.2

45.4

46.0

44.9

41.8

37.5

34.3

31.2

29.5

26.0

27.2
(24.2)

28.0
(24.9)

27.6
(24.4)

27.4
(24.4)

28.0
(24.6)

31.2
(27.2)

33.1
(28.7)

38.3
(33.3)

40.3
(34.3)

42.6
(37.0)

44.7
(39.2)

46.3
(41.2)

(3.0)
5.5
6.9
19.0
-4.8

(3.1)
6.1
7.3
20.9
-5.0

(3.2)
6.4
7.0
20.8
-4.9

(3.1)
6.6
6.5
18.7
-4.6

(3.4)
7.0
6.2
17.3
-4.5

(3-9)
7.0
6.9
14.3
-4.3

(4.5)
7.8
7.4
14.4
-4.4

(5.0)
8.3
7.1
13.5
-4.8

(6.0)
8.8
6.7
13.9
-4.2

(5.6)
11.4
7.1
13.2
-5.5

(5-5)
10.6
8.0
13.5
-6.2

(5.0)
9.9
7.0
14.9
-4.1

53.8

57.2

56.8

54.6

54.0

55.1

58.2

62.5

65.7

68.8

70.5

74.0

Total nondefense.......................
See footnotes at end of table.




69

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 6.1-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS IN CURRENT AND IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1996-Continued
Category

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

In Millions of Current Dollars
Total outlays.......................................

371,779

95,973

409,203

458,729

503,464

590,920

678,209

745,706

808,327

851,781

946,316

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments ...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 .................................
All other 2 .......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

89,619

22,269

97,241

104,495

116,342

133,995

157,513

185,309

209,903

227,413

252,748

180,550
(160,492)

45,482
(40,396)

196,854
(174,144)

211,606
(186,811)

233,584
(206,024)

278,212
(245,560)

324,333
(286,482)

357,663
(318,863)

396,287
(353,715)

400,891
(355,538)

426,899
(377,547)

(20,058)
38,946
26,714
50,335
-14,386

(5,085)
10,819
6,946
14,663
-4,206

(22,710)
45,609
29,886
54,493
-14,879

(24,795)
53,035
35,441
69,872
-15,720

(27,561)
55,204
42,615
73,194
-17,476

(32,652)
58,707
52,512
87,437
-19,942

(37,851)
56,836
68,734
98,834
-28,041

(38,800)
49,327
84,995
94,511
-26,099

(42,572)
49,837
89,774
96,501
-33,976

(45,353)
52,129
111,058
92,247
-31,957

(49,352)
56,388
129,430
113,550
-32,698

282,160

73,704

311,962

354,234

387,121

456,925

520,696

560,397

598,424

624,368

693,568

Total nondefense....................

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars
Total outlays .......................................

609.8

152.4

622.6

652.2

660.1

699.1

726.5

745.7

775.0

788.1

849.7

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments..........................
All other grants...............................
Net Interest 2 .................................
All other 2 .......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

153.6

37.1

154.3

155.0

159.1

164.0

171.4

185.3

201.3

211.3

230.0

292.4
(259.9)

71.4
(63.4)

296.3
(262.1)

297.7
(262.8)

302.5
(266.8)

325.5
(287.3)

345.3
(305.0)

357.7
(318.9)

379.5
(338.7)

369.7
(327.9)

381.1
(337.1)

(32.5)
63.6
43.0
80.1
-22.9

(8.0)
17.1
10.8
22.5
-6.4

(34.2)
69.3
44.6
79.9
-21.7

(34.9)
74.8
49.4
96.9
-21.7

(35.7)
70.8
54.7
95.9
-22.9

(38.2)
67.6
62.0
103.8
-23.8

(40.3)
60.3
73.7
106.0
-30.1

(38.8)
49.3
85.0
94.5
-26.1

(40.8)
48.0
86.1
92.6
-32.5

(41.8)
48.3
102.7
85.6
-29.4

(44.0)
49.9
116.0
101.7
-29.0

456.2

115.3

468.3

497.1

501.0

535.1

555.2

560.4

573.7

576.8

619.8

Total nondefense....................

As percentages of GNP
Total outlays.......................................

21.9

21.4

21.2

21.1

20.6

22.1

22.7

23.8

24.3

23.1

23.9

National defense 1 .............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 .....................
Grants to State and local
governments..........................
All other grants...............................
Net Interest 2 .................................
All other 2 .......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

5.3

5.0

5.0

4.8

4.8

5.0

5.3

5.9

6.3

6.2

6.4

10.6
(9.5)

10.1
(9.0)

10.2
(9.0)

9.7
(8.6)

9.5
(8-4)

10.4
(9.2)

10.9
(9.6)

11.4
(10.2)

11.9
(10.6)

10.9
(9.6)

10.8
(9.6)

(1.2)
2.3
1.6
3.0
-.8

(1.1)
2.4
1.5
3.3
-.9

(1.2)
2.4
1.5
2.8
-.8

(1.1)
2.4
1.6
3.2
-.7

(1.1)
2.3
1.7
3.0
-.7

(1.2)
2.2
2.0
3.3
-.7

(1.3)
1.9
2.3
3.3
-.9

(1.2)
1.6
2.7
3.0
-.8

(1.3)
1.5
2.7
2.9
-1.0

(1.2)
1.4
3.0
2.5
-.9

(1.2)
1.4
3.3
2.9
-.8

Total nondefense....................

16.6

16.4

16.1

16.3

15.8

17.1

17.4

17.9

18.0

16.9

17.5

Addendum: GNP ($ billions)...........

1,698.2

448.7

1,933.0

2,171.8

2,447.8

2,670.6

2,986.4

3,139.1

3,321.9

3,687.7

3,952.4

As percentages of outlays
Total outlays .......................................

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

National defense 1 .............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 ..................................
All other 2 ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

24.1

23.2

23.8

22.8

23.1

22.7

23.2

24.9

26.0

26.7

26.7

48.6
(43.2)

47.4
(42.1)

48.1
(42.6)

46.1
(40.7)

46.4
(40.9)

47.1
(41.6)

47.8
(42.2)

48.0
(42.8)

49.0
(43.8)

47.1
(41.7)

45.1
(39.9)

(5.4)
10.5
7.2
13.5
-3.9

(5.3)
11.3
7.2
15.3
-4.4

(5.5)
11.1
7.3
13.3
-3.6

(5-4)
11.6
7.7
15.2
-3.4

(5.5)
11.0
8.5
14.5
-3.5

(5-5)
9.9
8.9
14.8
-3.4

(5.6)
8.4
10.1
14.6
-4.1

(5.2)
6.6
11.4
12.7
-3.5

(5.3)
6.2
11.1
11.9
-4.2

(5.3)
6.1
13.0
10.8
-3.8

(5-2)
6.0
13.7
12.0
-3.5

75.9

76.8

76.2

77.2

76.9

77.3

76.8

75.1

74.0

73.3

73.3

Total nondefense....................
See footnotes at end of table.




70

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 6.1-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS IN CURRENT AND IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1996-Continued
Category

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996 '
estimate

In Millions of Current Dollars
Total outlays .......................................

990,258

1,003,830

1,064,051

1,144,069

1,251,703

1,409,563

1,445,902

1,454,185

1,427,055

1,470,276

1,540,847

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 ..................................
All other 2 ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

273,375

281,999

290,361

303,559

299,331

298,910

295,245

291,986

286,666

288,620

293,235

450,828
(396,603)

470,827
(413,072)

500,211
(437,776)

535,576
(468,223)

583,796
(505,146)

649,715
(555,022)

700,617
(594,382)

748,105
(630,432)

803,664
(673,415)

858,135
(715,239)

911,718
(756,804)

(54,225)
57,978
135,969
105,115
-33,007

(57,755)
50,498
138,570
98,391
-36,455

(62,434)
52,760
151,748
105,938
-36,967

(67,353)
54,370
169,166
118,609
-37,212

(78,649)
58,004
184,221
162,967
-36,615

(94,693)
63,575
197,038
239,418
-39,093

(106,235)
64,618
206,343
219,858
-40,780

(117,673)
66,306
212,038
179,479
-43,729

(130,249)
66,610
215,472
96,055
-41,411

(142,897)
66,866
213,780
87,632
-44,758

(154,914)
68,196
211,008
101,589
-44,898

716,882

721,831

773,690

840,510

952,372

1,110,653

1,150,657

1,162,199

1,140,389

1,181,656

1,247,612

Total nondefense....................

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars
Total outlays ........................................

868.0

858.5

880.8

909.6

955.5

1,021.1

1,004.2

971.4

919.3

914.3

925.9

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments ...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 ..................................
All other 2 ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

244.0

251.0

252.8

256.6

247.0

235.9

223.3

212.0

201.1

196.0

192.9

391.9
(344.8)

393.7
(345.4)

401.8
(351.7)

412.1
(360.3)

429.0
(371.2)

451.7
(385.9)

467.9
(397.0)

481.3
(405.6)

499.1
(418.2)

514.9
(429.2)

529.1
(439.2)

(47.1)
49.8
118.7
92.3
-28.6

(48.3)
42.3
117.4
85.0
-30.9

(50.1)
42.4
124.8
89.3
-30.4

(51.8)
41.7
133.5
94.7
-29.0

(57.8)
43.0
139.8
124.1
-27.3

(65.8)
44.4
143.2
173.9
-27.9

(70.9)
42.9
144.0
154.0
-28.0

(75.7)
42.1
142.7
122.3
-28.9

(80.9)
40.4
140.0
65.1
-26.5

(85.7)
38.8
134.2
57.9
-27.6

(89.9)
38.0
128.1
64.6
-26.8

624.0

607.4

627.9

653.0

708.5

785.2

780.8

759.5

718.2

718.2

733.0

Total nondefense....................

As percentages of GNP
Total outlays ........................................

23.7

22.7

22.3

22.3

23.2

25.1

24.2

22.6

20.8

20.0

19.7

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments ...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 .................................
All other 2 .......................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

6.5

6.4

6.1

5.9

5.5

5.3

4.9

4.5

4.2

3.9

3.8

10.8
(9.5)

10.6
(9.3)

10.5
(9.2)

10.4
(9.1)

10.8
(9.3)

11.6
(9.9)

11.7
(9.9)

11.6
(9.8)

11.7
(9-8)

11.7
(9.8)

11.7
(9.7)

(1.3)
1.4
3.3
2.5
-.8

(1.3)
1.1
3.1
2.2
-.8

(1-3)
1.1
3.2
2.2
-.8

(1.3)
1.1
3.3
2.3
-.7

(1.5)
1.1
3.4
3.0
-.7

(1.7)
1.1
3.5
4.3
-.7

(1.8)
1.1
3.4
3.7
-.7

(1-8)
1.0
3.3
2.8
-.7

(1.9)
1.0
3.1
1.4
-.6

(1.9)
0.9
2.9
1.2
-.6

(2.0)
0.9
2.7
1.3
-.6

Total nondefense....................

17.1

16.3

16.2

16.4

17.6

19.8

19.2

18.1

16.6

16.1

16.0

Addendum: GNP ($ billions)...........

4,180.8

4,424.7

4,780.4

5,131.3

5,405.6

5,615.8

5,985.5

6,424.0

6,875.5

7,334.5

7,808.8

As percentages of outlays
Total outlays ........................................

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

National defense 1 ..............................
Nondefense:
Payments for individuals.................
Direct payments 2 ......................
Grants to State and local
governments...........................
All other grants................................
Net Interest 2 ..................................
All other 2 ........................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts 2 ...

27.6

28.1

27.3

26.5

23.9

21.2

20.4

20.1

20.1

19.6

19.0

45.5
(40.1)

46.9
(41.1)

47.0
(41.1)

46.8
(40.9)

46.6
(40.4)

46.1
(39.4)

48.5
(41.1)

51.4
(43.4)

56.3
(47.2)

58.4
(48.6)

59.2
(49.1)

(5-5)
5.9
13.7
10.6
-3.3

(5.8)
5.0
13.8
9.8
-3.6

(5.9)
5.0
14.3
10.0
-3.5

(5.9)
4.8
14.8
10.4
-3.3

(6.3)
4.6
14.7
13.0
-2.9

(6.7)
4.5
14.0
17.0
-2.8

(7-3)
4.5
14.3
15.2
-2.8

(8.1)
4.6
14.6
12.3
-3.0

(9.1)
4.7
15.1
6.7
-2.9

(9-7)
4.5
14.5
6.0
-3.0

(10.1)
4.4
13.7
6.6
-2.9

72.4

71.9

72.7

73.5

76.1

78.8

79.6

79.9

79.9

80.4

81.0

Total nondefense....................

* $500 thousand or less.
1 Includes grants to State and local governments
2 Includes some off-budget amounts; most of the off-budget amounts are direct payments for individuals (social security benefits).




71

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 7.1— FEDERAL DEBT AT THE END OF YEAR: 1940-1996
In Millions of Dollars
End of Fiscal Year

As Percentages of GNP

Gross Fed­
eral Debt

Less: Held
by Federal
Government
Accounts

Equals:
Held by the
Public

Held by the
Federal Re­
serve Sys­
tem

Other

Gross Fed­
eral Debt

Less: Held
by Federal
Government
Accounts

Equals:
Held by the
Public

Held by the
Federal Re­
serve Sys­
tem

Other

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

50,696
57,531
79,200
142,648
204,079

7,924
9,308
11,447
14,882
19,283

42,772
48,223
67,753
127,766
184,796

2,458
2,180
2,640
7,149
14,899

40,314
46,043
65,113
120,617
169,897

52.9
50.9
55.7
81.1
101.0

8.3
8.2
8.0
8.5
9.5

44.6
42.7
47.6
72.7
91.5

2.6
1.9
1.9
4.1
7.4

42.1
40.7
45.8
68.6
84.1

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

260,123
270,991
257,149
252,031
252,610

24,941
29,130
32,810
35,761
38,288

235,182
241,861
224,339
216,270
214,322

21,792
23,783
21,872
21,366
19,343

213,390
218,078
202,467
194,904
194,979

122.5
127.3
115.0
101.7
95.7

11.7
13.7
14.7
14.4
14.5

110.7
113.6
100.3
87.3
81.2

10.3
11.2
9.8
8.6
7.3

100.5
102.4
90.5
78.7
73.9

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................... ............

256,853
255,288
259,097
265,963
270,812

37,830
40,962
44,339
47,580
46,313

219,023
214,326
214,758
218,383
224,499

18,331
22,982
22,906
24,746
25,037

200,692
191,344
191,852
193,637
199,462

96.3
81.0
75.7
72.7
73.3

14.2
13.0
12.9
13.0
12.5

82.1
68.0
62.7
59.7
60.8

6.9
7.3
6.7
6.8
6.8

75.2
60.7
56.0
53.0
54.0

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

274,366
272,693
272,252
279,666
287,465

47,751
50,537
52,931
53,329
52,764

226,616
222,156
219,320
226,336
234,701

23,607
23,758
23,035
25,438
26,044

203,009
198,398
196,285
200,898
208,657

71.0
65.2
61.8
62.1
59.7

12.4
12.1
12.0
11.8
11.0

58.6
53.1
49.8
50.3
48.7

6.1
5.7
5.2
5.7
5.4

52.5
47.5
44.6
44.6
43.3

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

290,525
292,648
302,928
310,324
316,059

53,686
54,291
54,918
56,345
59,210

236,840
238,357
248,010
253,978
256,849

26,523
27,253
29,663
32,027
34,794

210,317
211,104
218,347
221,951
222,055

57.3
56.5
54.3
52.8
50.2

10.6
10.5
9.8
9.6
9.4

46.7
46.0
44.5
43.2
40.8

5.2
5.3
5.3
5.4
5.5

41.5
40.7
39.2
37.8
35.3

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

322,318
328,498
340,445
368,685
365,769

61,540
64,784
73,819
79,140
87,661

260,778
263,714
266,626
289,545
278,108

39,100
42,169
46,719
52,230
54,095

221,678
221,545
219,907
237,315
224,013

47.9
44.5
42.8
43.4
39.4

9.1
8.8
9.3
9.3
9.4

38.8
35.7
33.6
34.1
29.9

5.8
5.7
5.9
6.1
5.8

33.0
30.0
27.7
27.9
24.1

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

380,921
408,176
435,936
466,291
483,893

97,723
105,140
113,559
125,381
140,194

283,198
303,037
322,377
340,910
343,699

57,714
65,518
71,426
75,181
80,648

225,484
237,519
250,951
265,729
263,051

38.5
38.7
37.8
36.4
34.2

9.9
10.0
9.8
9.8
9.9

28.6
28.7
28.0
26.6
24.3

5.8
6.2
6.2
5.9
5.7

22.8
22.5
21.8
20.7
18.6

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ....................................
1979 ....................................

541,925
628,970
643,561
706,398
776,602
828,923

147,225
151,566
148,052
157,295
169,477
189,162

394,700
477,404
495,509
549,103
607,125
639,761

84,993
94,714
96,702
105,004
115,480
115,594

309,707
382,690
398,807
444,099
491,645
524,167

35.6
37.0
35.9
36.5
35.8
33.9

9.7
8.9
8.2
8.1
7.8
7.7

25.9
28.1
27.6
28.4
28.0
26.1

5.6
5.6
5.4
5.4
5.3
4.7

20.3
22.5
22.2
23.0
22.6
21.4

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

908,503
994,298
1,136,798
1,371,164
1,564,110

199,212
209,507
217,560
240,114
264,159

709,291
784,791
919,238
1,131,049
1,299,951

120,846
124,466
134,497
155,527
155,122

588,445
660,325
784,741
975,522
1,144,829

34.0
33.3
36.2
41.3
42.4

7.5
7.0
6.9
7.2
7.2

26.6
26.3
29.3
34.0
35.3

4.5
4.2
4.3
4.7
4.2

22.0
22.1
25.0
29.4
31.0

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................

1,816,974
2,120,082
2,345,578
2,600,760
2,867,538

317,612
383,919
457,444
550,507
677,214

1,499,362
1,736,163
1,888,134
2,050,252
2,190,324

169,806
190,855
212,040
229,218
220,088

1,329,556
1,545,308
1,676,094
1,821,034
1,970,236

46.0
50.7
53.0
54.4
55.9

8.0
9.2
10.3
11.5
13.2

37.9
41.5
42.7
42.9
42.7

4.3
4.6
4.8
4.8
4.3

33.6
37.0
37.9
38.1
38.4

1990 ...................................
1991 estimate.....................
1992 estimate.....................
1993 estimate.....................
1994 estimate....................

3,206,336
3,617,837
4,021,124
4,365,521
4,586,811

795,906
900,214
1,025,731
1,165,509
1,324,925

2,410,431
2,717,623
2,995,393
3,200,012
3,261,886

234,410
NA
NA
NA
NA

2,176,021
NA
NA
NA
NA

59.3
64.4
67.2
68.0
66.7

14.7
16.0
17.1
18.1
19.3

44.6
48.4
50.0
49.8
47.4

4.3
NA
NA
NA
NA

40.3
NA
NA
NA
NA




72

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 7.1—FEDERAL DEBT AT THE END OF YEAR: 1940-1996-Continued
In Millions of Dollars
End of Fiscal Year

1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................
NA: Not available




As Percentages of GNP

Gross Fed­
eral Debt

Less: Held
by Federal
Government
Accounts

Equals:
Held by the
Public

Held by the
Federal Re­
serve Sys­
tem

4,773,276
4,949,356

1,505,943
1,698,700

3,267,333
3,250,656

NA
NA

Gross Fed­
eral Debt

Other

NA
NA

Less: Held
by Federal
Government
Accounts

Equals:
Held by the
Public

Held by the
Federal Re­
serve Sys­
tem

65.1
63.4

20.5
21.8

44.5
41.6

NA
NA

Other

NA
NA

73

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 7.2-DEBT SUBJECT TO STATUTORY LIMIT: 1940-1996
(end of year; in millions of dollars)

End of Fiscal Year

Debt Sub­
ject to Limit

End of Fiscal Year

Debt Sub­
ject to Limit

End of Fiscal Year

Debt Sub­
ject to Limit

End of Fiscal Year

Debt Sub­
ject to Limit

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

..................................
..................................
..................................
..................................
..................................

43,219
49,494
74,154
140,469
208,077

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................

272,348
270,619
269,120
275,395
282,419

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................

372,600
398,650
427,751
458,264
475,181

1983
1984
1985
1986
1987

................................
................................
................................
...............................
...............................

1,377,953
1,572,975
1,823,775
2,110,975
2,336,014

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

..................................
..................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

268,671
268,932
255,767
250,381
250,965

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................

283,827
286,308
295,374
302,923
308,583

1975 ...............................
1976 ...............................
TQ ..................................
1977 ...............................
1978 ................................

534,207
621,556
635,822
699,963
772,691

1988
1989
1990
1991
1992

...............................
...............................
...............................
estimate .................
estimate .................

2,586,869
2,829,770
3,161,223
3,583,342
3,986,360

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

..................................
..................................
..................................
.................................
..................................

255,382
253,284
257,233
264,220
269,379

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................
...............................

314,126
316,293
323,143
348,534
356,107

1979
1980
1981
1982

827,615
908,723
998,818
1,142,913

1993
1994
1995
1996

estimate
estimate
estimate
estimate

4,327,897
4,548,462
4,736,441
4,912,801




...............................
...............................
...............................
................................

.................
.................
.................
.................

74

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 7.3-STATUTORY LIMITS ON FEDERAL DEBT: 1940-CURRENT
Date and Act

History of Legislation

Amount of Limit

June 25, 1940
54 Stat. 526 ............

Amended sec. 21, adding new authority for issuance of $4 billion National Defense Series obligations outstanding.....................

49,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, eliminating authority for $4 billion of National Defense Series obligations and increasing limitation t o .............

65,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to ..........................................................................................................................................

125,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to ..........................................................................................................................................

210,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to ..........................................................................................................................................

260,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, including obligations guaranteed as to principal and interest by the United States and increasing limitation to

300,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, defining face amount of savings bonds to be current redemption value and decreasing limitation to ..............

275,000,000,000

Increasing sec. 21 limitation by $6 billion during period beginning August 28, 1954, and ending June 30, 1955 ...........................

281,000,000,000

Amended act of August 28,1954, extending increase in limitation until June 30, 1956 ....................................................................

281,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $3 billion during period beginning July 1, 1956, and ending June 30, 1957 ..................................
Temporary increase terminated July 1, 1957, and limitation reverted to ...........................................................................................

278.000.000.000
275.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $5 billion during period beginning February 26, 1958, and ending June 30, 1959 ........................

280,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $283 billion, which with temporary increase of February 26, 1958 made limitation

288,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $285 billion and increased sec. 21 limitation by $10 billion during period
beginning July 1, 1959, and ending June 30, 1960 ............................................................................................................................

295,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $8 billion during period beginning July 1, 1960, and ending June 30, 1961 ..................................

293,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $13 billion during period beginning July 1, 1961, and ending June 30, 1962 ................................

298,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $2 billion (in addition to temporary increase of $13 billion in act of June 30, 1961)
during period beginning March 13, 1962, and ending June 30, 1962 ....................................................... .......................................

300,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning July 1, 1962, and ending March 31, 1963, to ..............................................................................................................
(2) beginning April 1, 1963, and ending June 24, 1963, t o ................................................................................................................
(3) beginning June 25, 1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to .............................................................................................................

308.000.000.000
305.000.000.000
300.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning May 29, 1963, and ending June 30, 1963, to ..............................................................................................................
(2) beginning July 1, 1963, and ending August 31, 1963, to .............................................................................................................

307.000.000.000
309.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning September 1, 1963, and ending November 30, 1963, t o ........................

309,000,000,000

February 19, 1941
55 Stat. 7 ................
March 28, 1942
56 Stat. 1 8 9 ............
April 11, 1943
57 Stat. 6 3 ..............
June 9, 1944
58 Stat. 272 ............
April 3, 1945
59 Stat. 4 7 ..............
June 26, 1946
60 Stat. 3 1 6 ............
August 28, 1954
68 Stat. 895 ............
June 30, 1955
69 Stat. 241
July 9, 1956
70 Stat. 519
February 26, 1958
72 Stat. 2 7 ..............
September 2, 1958
72 Stat. 1758
June 30, 1959
73 Stat. 156
June 30, 1960
74 Stat. 290
June 30, 1961
75 Stat. 148
March 13, 1962
76 Stat. 23 ..............
July 1, 1962
76 Stat. 124

May 29, 1963
77 Stat. 9 0 ..............

August 27, 1963
77 Stat. 131




75

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 7.3-STATUTORY LIMITS ON FEDERAL DEBT: 1940-CURRENT-Continued
Date and Act

History of Legislation

Amount of Limit

November 26, 1963
77 Stat. 342

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning December 1, 1963, and ending June 29, 1964, to .....................................................................................................
(2) ending June 30, 1964, t o ..............................................................................................................................................................

315.000.000.000
309.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning June 29, 1964, and ending June 30, 1965, to .......................................

324,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1,1965, and ending June 30, 1966, t o ...........................................

328,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning July 1, 1966, and ending June 30, 1967, t o ...........................................

330,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning March 2,1967, and ending June 30, 1967, t o .......................................

336,000,000,000

Sec. 21 amended to increase limitation on aggregate outstanding at any time to ...........................................................................
Sec. 21 amended also to increase the limitation temporarily, beginning July 1, 1968, and each July 1 thereafter for the
period beginning July 1 and ending June 29 of each succeeding calendar year by $7 billion, providing an operating limitation of

358.000.000.000

June 29, 1964
78 Stat. 225 ............
June 24, 1965
79 Stat. 1 7 2 ............
June 24, 1966
80 Stat. 221 ............
March 2, 1967
81 Stat. 4 ................
June 30, 1967
81 Stat. 9 9 ..............

365.000.000.000

April 7, 1969
83 Stat. 7 ................

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $365 billion, and increased sec. 21 limitation by $12 billion during period
beginning April 7, 1969, and ending June 30, 1970 ..........................................................................................................................

377,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $380 billion, and increased sec. 21 limitation by $15 billion during period
beginning July 1, 1970, and ending June 30, 1971 ..........................................................................................................................

395,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, increasing limitation to $400 billion, and increased sec. 21 limitation by $30 billion during period
beginning March 17, 1971, and ending June 30, 1972 .....................................................................................................................

430,000,000,000

Amended sec. 21, to further increase the limitation temporarily by $20 billion during period beginning March 15, 1972, and
ending June 30, 1972 .........................................................................................................................................................................

450,000,000,000

Amended act of March 15, 1972, striking out June 30, 1972, and inserting in lieu thereof October 31, 1972 ...............................

450,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning November 1, 1972, and ending June 30, 1973 ......................................

465,000,000,000

Amended act of October 27, 1972, striking out June 30, 1973, and inserting in lieu thereof November 30, 1973 ........................

465,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning December 3, 1973, and ending June 30, 1974 ......................................

475,700,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning June 30, 1974, and ending March 31, 1975 ...........................................

495,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning February 19, 1975, and ending June 30, 1975 ......................................

577,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning June 30, 1975, and ending November 15, 1975 ....................................

577,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning November 14, 1975, and ending March 15, 1976 ..................................

595,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the period beginning March 15, 1976, and ending June 30, 1976 ...........................................

627,000,000,000

June 30, 1970
84 Stat. 368 ............
March 17, 1971
85 Stat. 5 ................
March 15, 1972
86 Stat. 63 ..............
July 1, 1972
86 Stat. 406 ............
October 27, 1972
86 Stat. 1324
July 1, 1973
86 Stat. 1324
December 3, 1973
87 Stat. 691
June 30, 1974
88 Stat. 285 ............
February 19, 1975
89 Stat. 5 ................
June 30, 1975
89 Stat. 246
November 14, 1975
89 Stat. 693 ............
March 15, 1976
90 Stat. 217




76

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 7.3-STATUTORY LIMITS ON FEDERAL DEBT: 1940-CURRENT-Continued
Date and Act

History of Legislation

Amount of Limit

June 30, 1976
90 Stat. 793

Increased sec. 21 limitation during the periods:
(1) beginning July 1, 1976, and ending September 30, 1976, t o .......................................................................................................
(2) beginning October 1, 1976, and ending March 31, 1977, to .......................................................................................................
(3) beginning April 1, 1977, and ending September 30, 1977, t o ......................................................................................................
Temporary increase terminated October 1, 1977, and limitation reverted t o .....................................................................................

636.000.000.000
682.000.000.000
700.000.000.000
400.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $352 billion during the period beginning October 4, 1977, and ending March 31, 1978 ...............

752,000,000,000

Amended act of October 4, 1977, striking out March 31, 1978, and inserting in lieu thereof July 31, 1978 ...................................
Temporary increase terminated August 1, 1978, and limitation reverted to ......................................................................................

752.000.000.000
400.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $398 billion during the period beginning August 3, 1978, and ending March 31, 1979 .................
Temporary increase terminated April 1, 1979, and limitation reverted to ..........................................................................................

798.000.000.000
400.000.000.000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $430 billion during the period beginning April 2, 1979, and ending September 30, 1979 .............

830,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $479 billion during the period beginning September 29, 1979, and ending May 31, 1980 ............

879,000,000,000

Amended act of September 29, 1979, striking out May 31, 1980, and inserting in lieu thereof June 5, 1980 ................................

879,000,000,000

Amended act of September 29, 1979, striking out June 5, 1980, and inserting in lieu thereof June 30, 1980 ...............................

879,000,000,000

Increased sec. 21 limitation by $525 billion during the period beginning June 28, 1980, and ending February 28, 1981 ..............

925,000,000,000

Increased the total debt limit to $935.1 billion (composed of $400.0 billion of permanent ceiling, $535.1 billion of
temporary ceiling) .................................................................................................................................................................................

935,100,000,000

Increased the temporary portion of the debt limit to $585.0 billion (to a total debt ceiling of $985.0 billion) through
September 30, 1980 .............................................................................................................................................................................

985,000,000,000

Increased the temporary portion of the debt limit to $599.8 billion for one day -September 30, 1981 .............................................

999,800,000,000

Increased the temporary portion of the debt limit to $679.8 billion through September 30, 1982 ...................................................

1,079,800,000,000

Increased the temporary portion of the debt limit to $743.1 billion through September 30, 1982 ...................................................

1,143,100,000,000

Increased the temporary portion of the debt limit to $890.2 billion through September 30, 1983 ...................................................

1,290,200,000,000

Eliminated the distinction between permanent and temporary limit with the enactment of a single permanent limit.
Raised the debt limit to $1,389.0 billion..............................................................................................................................................

1,389,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $1,490.0 billion .........................................................................................................................................

1,490,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $1,520.0 billion.........................................................................................................................................

1,520,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $1,573.0 billion .........................................................................................................................................

1,573,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $1,823.8 billion.........................................................................................................................................

1,823,800,000,000

October 4, 1977
91 Stat. 1090 ..........
March 27, 1978
92 Stat. 185
August 3, 1978
92 Stat. 419
April 2, 1979
93 Stat. 8 ................
September 29, 1979
93 Stat. 589 ............
May 30, 1980
94 Stat. 421 ............
June 6, 1980
94 Stat. 439
June 28, 1980
94 Stat. 598 ............
December 19, 1980
94 Stat. 3261
February 7, 1981
95 Stat. 4 ................
September 30, 1981
95 Stat. 955 ............
September 30, 1981
95 Stat. 956 ............
June 28, 1982
96 Stat. 130
September 30, 1982
96 Stat. 1156
May 26, 1983
97 Stat. 196
November 21, 1983
97 Stat. 1012
May 25, 1984
98 Stat. 211
July 6, 1984
98 Stat. 313 ............
October 13, 1984
98 Stat. 475




77

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 7.3-STATUTORY LIMITS ON FEDERAL DEBT: 1940-CURRENT-Continued
Date and Act

History of Legislation

Amount of Limit

November 14, 1985
99 Stat. 8 1 4 ............

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $1,903.8 billion throughDecember 6, 1985 ...........................................................................

1,903,800,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $2,078.7 billion........................................................................................................................................

2,078,700,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $2,111.0 billion........................................................................................................................................

2,111,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $2,300.0 billion through May 15, 1987 ................................................................................

2,300,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $2,320.0 billion through July 17, 1987 ................................................................................

2,320,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $2,320.0 billion through August 6, 1987 ..............................................................................

2,320,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $2,352.0 billion through September 23, 1987 ......................................................................

2,352,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $2,800.0 billion ........................................................................................................................................

2,800,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $2,870.0 billion through October 31, 1989 ..........................................................................

2,870,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $3,122.7 billion........................................................................................................................................

3,122,700,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,195.0 billion through October 2, 1990 .............................................................................

3,195,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,195.0 billion through October 6, 1990 .............................................................................

3,195,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,195.0 billion through October 19, 1990 ...........................................................................

3,195,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,195.0 billion through October 24, 1990 ..........................................................................

3,195,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,195.0 billion through October 27, 1990 ..........................................................................

3,195,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit temporarily to $3,230.0 billion through November 5, 1990 ........................................................................

3,230,000,000,000

Increased the debt limit to $4,145.0 billion ........................................................................................................................................

4,145,000,000,000

December 12, 1985
99 Stat. 1037 ..........
August 21, 1986
100 Stat. 8 1 8 ..........
October 21, 1986
100 Stat. 1874 ........
May 15, 1987
101 Stat. 308 ..........
July 30, 1987
101 Stat. 542 ..........
August 10, 1987
101 Stat. 550
September 29, 1987
101 Stat. 754
August 7, 1989
103 Stat. 182
November 8, 1989
103 Stat. 830
August 9, 1990
104 Stat. 403
October 2, 1990
104 Stat. 878
October 9, 1990
104 Stat. 894
October 19, 1990
104 Stat. 1030
October 25, 1990
104 Stat. 1075
October 28, 1990
104 Stat. 1086
November 5, 1990
104 Stat. 1388 ........




78

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 8.1-OUTLAYS BY BUDGET ENFORCEMENT ACT CATEGORIES: 1962-1996
(in billion of dollars)
s

Discretionary
Year

Total
Outlays

Total

Mandatory

National
Defense

Inter­
national

Domes­
tic

Total

Social
Security

Deposit
Insur­
ance

Other

Asset
Sales
(non­
routine)

Net In­
terest

Undis­
tributed
Off­
setting
Receipts

1962 ,
1963 .
1964 .

106.8
111.3
118.5

74.9
78.3
82.8

52.6
53.7
55.0

5.5
5.2
4.6

16.8
19.3
23.1

30.3
31.1
33.3

14.0
15.5
16.2

-.4
-.4
-.4

16.7
16.0
17.4

6.9
7.7
8.2

-5.3
-5.8
-5.7

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

,
.
.
.
.

118.2
134.5
157.5
178.1
183.6

81.8
94.1
110.4
122.0
121.3

51.0
59.0
72.0
82.2
82.7

4.7
5.1
5.3
4.9
4.1

26.1
30.0
33.0
35.0
34.5

33.7
37.6
44.1
53.1
57.6

17.1
20.3
21.3
23.3
26.7

-.4
-.5
-.4
-.5
-.6

17.0
17.8
23.2
30.3
31.5

8.6
9.4
10.3
11.1
12.7

-5.9
-6.5
-7.3
-8.0
-8.0

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

.
.
.
.
.

195.6
210.2
230.7
245.7
269.4

124.5
126.9
133.3
134.9
142.3

81.9
79.0
79.3
77.1
80.7

4.0
3.8
4.6
4.8
6.2

38.6
44.1
49.3
53.0
55.4

65.4
78.5
91.5
106.8
122.4

29.6
35.1
39.4
48.2
55.0

-.5
-.4
-.6
-.8
-.6

36.3
43.8
52.8
59.5
68.0

14.4
14.8
15.5
17.3
21.4

-8.6
-10.1
-9.6
-13.4
-16.7

1975 .
1976 .
TO ....
1977 .
1978 .
1979 .

332.3
371.8
96.0
409.2
458.7
503.5

162.2
175.3
48.0
196.8
218.2
239.5

87.6
89.9
22.3
97.5
104.6
116.8

8.2
7.5
3.3
8.0
8.5
9.1

66.4
77.9
22.3
91.2
105.0
113.6

160.5
184.2
45.3
197.4
220.8
238.9

63.6
72.7
19.5
83.7
92.4
102.6

0.5
-.6
-.1
-2.8
-1.0
-1.7

96.4
112.1
25.9
116.5
129.4
138.0

23.2
26.7
6.9
29.9
35.4
42.6

-13.6
-14.4
-4.2
-14.9
-15.7
-17.5

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

590.9
678.2
745.7
808.3
851.8

275.9
310.3
327.1
353.5
381.1

134.6
158.0
185.9
209.9
228.0

12.8
14.0
13.2
13.8
16.8

128.5
138.3
128.0
129.8
136.3

282.4
327.2
359.7
399.1
391.5

117.1
137.9
153.9
168.5
176.1

-.4
-1.4
-2.1
-1.2
-.8

165.8
190.7
207.9
231.7
216.3

52.5
68.7
85.0
89.8
111.1

-19.9
-28.0
-26.1
-34.0
-32.0

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

946.3
990.3
1.003.8
1.064.1
1.144.1

415.3
437.5
444.2
464.7
489.7

253.1
273.8
282.5
290.9
304.0

16.8
16.2
14.6
15.6
16.6

145.4
147.4
147.0
158.2
169.0

434.2
449.8
463.4
492.2
529.5

186.4
196.5
205.1
216.8
230.4

-2.2
1.5
3.1
10.0
22.0

250.0
251.7
255.2
265.4
277.1

129.4
136.0
138.6
151.7
169.2

-32.7
-33.0
-34.6
-37.0
-37.2

.
.
.
.

1.251.7
1,409.6
1.445.9
1.454.2
1,427.1

499.3
526.3
532.1
536.9
538.0

298.5
307.8
300.4
293.3
287.6

18.3
18.7
19.6
20.4
21.5

182.5
199.8
212.0
223.2
228.9

604.9
725.8
747.1
746.7
713.8

246.5
266.7
286.2
303.9
320.4

58.1
111.4
88.1
44.2
-38.2

300.3
347.6
372.9
398.7
431.6

184.2
197.0
206.3
212.0
215.5

-36.6
-39.1
-39.5
-41.4
-40.2

1995 estimate .
1996 estimate .

1.470.3
1.540.8

542.7
554.2

289.2
293.8

21.8
22.0

231.7
238.5

755.8
819.7

336.9
354.0

-42.4
-29.9

461.2
495.6

213.8
211.0

-42.0
-44.0

1990
1991 estimate
1992 estimate
1993 estimate
1994 estimate

* $50 million or less.
Note: National Defense category totals for 1991 and beyond include emergency supplemental request placeholder fcr Operation Desert Shield.




-7.7
-7.7
-7.1
-.1
-.5
-.1

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Table 8.2-O U TLA Y S FOR MANDATORY AND RELATED PROGRAMS: 1962-1996
(in billions of dollars)

1962

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

0.4

0.5

0.9

1.1

1.0

1.3

0.2
*

0.3
*

0.8
*

1.2
*

1.8
*

2.3
*

2.7
*

0.2

0.2

0.3

0.8

1.2
2.5

1.8
4.4

2.3
5.4

2.8
5.8

0.7
3.5
0.3
4.3

0.6
3.1
0.3
4.8

0.7
2.9
0.3
5.2

0.6
2.3
0.3
5.7

0.7
2.0
0.4
6.1

0.7
2.0
0.4
6.5

0.9
2.3
0.5
7.4

1.0
2.3
0.6
8.4

1.0
3.1
1.0
9.7

Total income security .......................................................................
Social Security ......................................................................................
Veterans benefits and services:
Income security for veterans............................................................
Other ................................................................................................

8.7
14.0

8.8
15.5

9.1
16.2

8.9
17.1

9.1
20.3

9.6
21.3

11.1
23.3

12.3
26.7

14.7
29.6

4.0
0.4

4.2
-*

4.1
0.1

4.2
0.1

4.2
0.2

4.5
0.6

4.7
0.7

5.0
0.8

5.5
1.1

Total veterans benefits and services...............................................

4.4

4.2

4.3

4.3

4.4

5.2

5.4

5.8

6.6

Total mandatory human resources programs .................................
Other mandatory programs:
International affairs ...........................................................................
Energy..............................................................................................
Agriculture ........................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.........................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
General government.........................................................................
Other functions .................................................................................

27.5

29.0

30.2

30.9

35.1

40.7

47.1

53.5

60.9

0.1
-.1
3.2
0.1
*
-.2
-.4

0.1
-.1
3.9
-1.3
*
-.1
-.5

0.3
-.1
4.1
-.8
*
-.1
-.4

0.6
-.1
3.4
-.5
0.1
-.1
-.6

0.5
-.1
1.9
1.4
0.1
-.1
-1.1

0.2
-.1
2.3
1.7
0.1
-.1
-.8

0.4
-*
3.8
2.2
0.1
-.1
-.4

0.5
-*
5.1
-1.2
0.1

0.4
*
4.3
*
0.1
*
-.3

Mandatory programs:
Human resource programs:
Education, training, employment, and social services ..........................
Health:
Medicaid...................................................... .....................................
Other ............................... .................................................................
Total health .......................................................................................
Medicare................................................................................................
Income security:
Retirement and disability..................................................................
Unemployment compensation ..........................................................
Food and nutrition assistance..........................................................
Other ................................................................................................

1963

1964

0.3

0.4

0.3

0.1
*

0.2
*

0.1

1965

*

-.4

Total other mandatory programs..........................................................

2.8

2.0

3.0

2.8

2.5

3.4

6.0

4.1

4.5

Total mandatory programs....................................................................
Net interest:
Interest on the public d e b t........................................................................
Interest received by:
On-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Off-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Other interest............................................................................................

30.3

31.1

33.3

33.7

37.6

44.1

53.1

57.6

65.4

9.1

9.9

10.7

11.3

12.0

13.4

14.6

16.6

19.3

-.8

-.9

-1.0

-1.1

-1.3

- .6

-.6

-.6

- .6

-.8

—
./

-.9

-1.0

-.6
-.7

-1.5
-.8
-.8

-1.7
-1.0
-.8

-2.0
-1.1
-.8

-2.4
-1.6
-1.0

Total net interest ......................................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement:
On-budget.............................................................................................
Off-budget.............................................................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf................................

6.9

7.7

8.2

8.6

9.4

10.3

11.1

12.7

14.4

-5.0
-.2
-*

-5.2
-.2

-5.6
-.3
-.1

-6.0
-.3
-.2

-6.2
-.4
-.6

-6.6

-7.0
-.5

- .4

-5.4
-.3
-*

-1.0

-.4

-7.8
-.6
-.2

Total undistributed offsetting receipts .......................................................

-5.3

-5.8

-5.7

-5.9

-6.5

-7.3

-8.0

-8.0

-8.6

Total outlays for mandatory and related programs..................................

32.0

33.0

35.7

36.4

40.4

47.1

56.1

62.3

71.2

* See footnote at end of table




- .4

80

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 8.2-OUTLAYS FOR MANDATORY AND RELATED PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1.5

2.6

2.3

2.4

3.1

3.4

0.9

3.6

4.5

3.4
0.1

4.6
0.1

4.6
0.2

5.8
0.2

6.8
0.3

8.6
0.4

2.2
0.1

9.9
0.5

10.7
0.6

3.4
6.2

4.7
7.0

4.8
7.6

6.0
9.0

7.1
12.2

9.0
15.0

2.3
4.0

10.4
18.6

11.2
21.8

1.6
5.7
2.2
12.1

1.8
6.6
3.2
14.2

2.6
4.9
3.6
14.8

2.7
5.6
4.4
18.1

4.7
12.8
6.6
22.6

3.0
18.6
7.8
26.7

1.2
3.8
1.8
7.1

3.3
14.3
8.2
29.7

3.1
10.8
8.4
32.6

21.6
35.1

25.8
39.4

25.9
48.2

30.9
55.0

46.7
63.6

56.0
72.7

13.8
19.5

55.5
83.7

54.9
92.4

6.0
1.5

6.3
1.6

6.5
2.4

6.8
3.2

7.9
4.6

8.4
5.5

2.1
0.7

9.2
3.6

9.7
3.4

1971
Mandatory programs:
Human resource programs:
Education, training, employment, and social services..........................
Health:
Medicaid............................................................................................
Other .................................................................................................
Total health.......................................................................................
Medicare................................................................................................
Income security:
Retirement and disability..................................................................
Unemployment compensation ..........................................................
Food and nutrition assistance..........................................................
Other .................................................................................................
Total income security .......................................................................
Social Security ......................................................................................
Veterans benefits and services:
Income security for veterans............................................................
Other .................................................................................................

TQ

1977

1978

Total veterans benefits and services...............................................

7.5

8.0

9.0

10.0

12.5

13.9

2.8

12.8

13.1

Total mandatory human resources programs .................................
Other mandatory programs:
International affairs ...........................................................................
Energy..............................................................................................
Agriculture.........................................................................................
Commerce and housing cre d it.........................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
General government.........................................................................
Other functions .................................................................................

75.3

87.5

97.7

113.2

145.1

170.0

43.4

184.5

198.0

0.4
0.1
3.4
-.3
0.3
-*
-.6

0.2
0.2
4.3
-*
0.4
-*
-1.0

-.7
0.2
3.9
-1.2
1.0
6.5
-.6

-.5
0.6
1.2
2.3
0.8
6.3
-1.5

-1.1
1.2
1.9
7.1
0.7
6.7
-1.1

-1.0
1.6
2.1
4.9
0.9
6.2
-.4

-.9
0.4
0.7
-.2
0.2
1.8
-.2

-1.7
2.0
5.5
-.4
1.0
6.9
-.5

-1.1
2.7
10.0
2.9
1.1
7.3
-.1

Total other mandatory programs..........................................................

3.2

4.0

9.1

9.2

15.4

14.2

1.9

12.9

22.8

Total mandatory programs....................................................................
Net interest:
Interest on the public d e b t........................................................................
Interest received by:
On-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Off-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Other interest.............................................................................................

78.5

91.5

106.8

122.4

160.5

184.2

45.3

197.4

220.8

21.0

21.8

24.2

29.3

32.7

37.1

8.1

41.9

48.7

-2.8
-1.9
-1.4

-3.0
-2.1
-1.3

-3.2
-2.3
-1.4

-4.1
-2.5
-1.3

-4.9
-2.8
-1.8

-5.0
-2.8
-2.5

-.2
-.1
-.9

-5.5
-2.7
-3.9

-6.1
-2.4
-4.7

Total net interest .......................................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement:
On-budget..............................................................................................
Off-budget..............................................................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf................................

14.8

15.5

17.3

21.4

23.2

26.7

6.9

29.9

35.4

-8.4
-.6
-1.1

-8.6
-.7
-.3

-8.8
-.7
-4.0

-9.2
-.8
-6.7

-10.3
-.9
-2.4

-10.8
-1.0
-2.7

-2.6
-.2
-1.3

-11.5
-1.0
-2.4

-12.4
-1.1
-2.3

Total undistributed offsetting receipts.......................................................

-10.1

-9.6

-13.4

-16.7

-13.6

-14.4

-4.2

-14.9

-15.7

Total outlays for mandatory and related programs..................................

83.3

97.4

110.8

127.1

170.1

196.5

48.0

212.4

240.6

* See footnote at end of table




81

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 8.2-OUTLAYS FOR MANDATORY AND RELATED PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

1984

1985

1986

1987

6.4

7.8

7.6

8.0

7.3

17.4
1.1

19.0
1.1

20.1
1.4

22.7
1.3

25.0
0.7

27.4
1.9

17.8
37.9

18.5
45.3

20.1
51.2

21.5
56.0

23.9
64.1

25.7
68.4

29.3
73.4

4.7
16.9
13.1
41.0

5.1
18.2
15.1
48.1

5.1
22.2
14.4
51.0

5.1
29.5
16.5
54.5

5.0
17.0
16.3
56.9

5.2
15.8
16.7
71.4

4.9
16.1
16.6
62.9

5.1
15.5
16.9
67.0

58.8
102.6

75.7
117.1

86.4
137.9

92.8
153.9

105.6
168.5

95.2
176.1

109.1
186.4

100.5
196.5

104.4
205.1

10.8
2.9

11.7
2.3

12.9
2.5

13.7
2.0

14.3
1.6

14.4
1.6

14.7
1.2

15.0
0.6

15.0
0.7

13.7

14.0

15.4

15.8

15.9

16.0

15.9

15.7

15.7

Total mandatory human resources programs .................................
Other mandatory programs:
International affairs ...........................................................................
Energy..............................................................................................
Agriculture........................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.........................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
General government.........................................................................
Other functions .................................................................................

219.1

258.7

303.8

333.8

367.7

372.6

407.1

414.8

435.1

-1.7
3.1
9.7
0.9
1.3
7.5
-1.0

-.1
4.0
7.2
4.3
1.9
7.8
-1.4

-.9
4.8
9.6
3.9
1.6
6.1
-1.7

-.9
4.9
14.2
2.7
1.7
5.2
-1.9

-1.9
2.9
21.2
3.2
1.5
5.2
-.8

-.9
0.1
11.7
3.2
1.4
5.3
-1.8

-.6
-.9
23.4
0.5
1.1
4.9
-1.2

-2.1
-.3
29.4
2.0
1.2
5.4
-.6

-1.1
-.4
24.5
5.5
0.7
0.2
-1.2

Total other mandatory programs..........................................................

19.8

23.7

23.4

25.9

31.3

18.9

27.2

34.9

28.2

Total mandatory programs....................................................................
Net interest:
Interest on the public d e b t........................................................................
Interest received by:
On-budget trust funds..........................................................................
Off-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Other interest............................................................................................

238.9

282.4

327.2

359.7

399.1

391.5

434.2

449.8

463.4

59.8

74.8

95.5

117.2

128.6

153.8

178.8

190.2

195.2

-7.7
-2.2
-7.3

-9.7
-2.3
-10.2

-11.5
-2.3
-13.0

-14.0
-2.1
-16.1

-15.3
-1.8
-21.7

-17.0
-3.3
-22.4

-21.8
-4.1
-23.4

-26.6
-4.3
-23.3

-29.7
-5.3
-21.7

Total net interest ......................................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement:
On-budget.............................................................................................
Off-budget.............................................................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf................................

42.6

52.5

68.7

85.0

89.8

111.1

129.4

136.0

138.6

-13.1
-1.1
-3.3

-14.6
-1.2
-4.1

-16.5
-1.4
-10.1

-18.2
-1.6
-6.2

-21.7
-1.8
-10.5

-23.2
-2.0
-6.7

-24.6
-2.5
-5.5

-25.4
-2.9
-4.7

-27.3
-3.3
-4.0

Total undistributed offsetting receipts.......................................................

-17.5

-19.9

-28.0

-26.1

-34.0

-32.0

-32.7

-33.0

-34.6

Total outlays for mandatory and related programs..................................

264.0

315.0

367.9

418.6

454.9

470.6

531.0

552.7

567.4

1979

1980

5.5

6.2

8.5

7.6

12.4
0.6

14.0
0.7

16.8
0.9

Total health......................................................................................
Medicare...............................................................................................
Income security:
Retirement and disability..................................................................
Unemployment compensation ..........................................................
Food and nutrition assistance..........................................................
Other ................................................................................................

13.0
25.5

14.7
31.0

4.0
9.8
10.1
34.9

Total income security .......................................................................
Social Security .....................................................................................
Veterans benefits and services:
Income security for veterans............................................................
Other ................................................................................................
Total veterans benefits and services...............................................

Mandatory programs:
Human resource programs:
Education, training, employment, and social services.........................
Health:
Medicaid...........................................................................................
Other ................................................................................................

* See footnote at end of table




1981

1982

1983

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

82

Table 8.2— OUTLAYS FOR MANDATORY AND RELATED PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-C on tinued
(in billions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

1988
Mandatory programs:
Human resource programs:
Education, training, employment, and social services..........................
Health:
Medicaid.................................................................. .........................
O ther.................................................................................................
Total health.......................................................................................
Medicare................................................................................................
Income security:
Retirement and disability..................................................................
Unemployment compensation ..........................................................
Food and nutrition assistance..........................................................
O ther.................................................................................................
Total income security .......................................................................
Social Security ......................................................................................
Veterans benefits and services:
Income security for veterans............................................................
Other .................................................................................................

1989

1990

7.8

9.8

10.9

12.3

13.0

12.6

11.3

10.9

6.7

30.5
1.9

34.6
0.7

41.1
1.7

51.6
2.8

59.9
3.6

68.6
4.3

78.4
4.9

88.8
5.1

99.9
6.4

32.3
76.9

35.3
82.7

42.9
95.8

54.3
101.9

63.5
111.4

72.8
122.1

83.3
136.1

93.9
152.2

106.2
172.2

4.9
13.6
17.8
72.8

5.2
13.9
18.8
76.5

4.7
17.1
21.3
80.6

4.5
25.0
25.3
91.8

5.2
25.0
27.1
98.3

5.2
24.6
28.7
104.2

5.3
23.6
30.0
112.6

5.3
23.6
31.2
120.3

5.4
23.0
32.3
127.0

109.2
216.8

114.4
230.4

123.8
246.5

146.6
266.7

155.6
286.2

162.8
303.9

171.6
320.4

180.3
336.9

187.6
354.0

16.0
1.6

16.5
1.2

15.2
0.7

17.0
0.5

17.3
0.9

17.5
0.8

19.5
0.7

18.6
0.6

17.6
0.5

Total veterans benefits and services...............................................

17.6

17.7

15.9

17.5

18.1

18.3

20.3

19.2

18.1

Total mandatory human resources programs .................................
Other mandatory programs:
International affairs ...........................................................................
Energy...............................................................................................
Agriculture .........................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.........................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
General government.........................................................................
Other functions .................................................................................

460.7

490.4

535.8

599.5

647.7

692.4

742.9

793.4

844.9

-1.3
-.7
15.0
16.6
1.4
1.4
-.9

-1.1
-1.2
14.5
25.9
1.3
0.8
-1.1

-4.5
-2.3
9.3
63.3
1.2
1.7
0.4

-1.4
-1.9
12.9
115.9
0.9
0.2
-.4

-1.8
-1.1
12.0
90.0
0.5
1.3
-1.5

-2.2
-.4
10.8
47.3
0.3
0.9
-2.5

-3.0
-.4
10.0
-35.9
0.1
0.6
-.6

-3.3
-1.3
8.6
-40.8
0.2
0.8
-1.7

-3.3
-2.2
8.9
-30.0
0.1
1.1
0.2

Total other mandatory programs..........................................................

31.6

39.2

69.2

126.3

99.4

54.3

-29.1

-37.6

-25.3

Total mandatory programs....................................................................
Net interest:
Interest on the public d e b t........................................................................
Interest received by:
On-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Off-budget trust funds...........................................................................
Other interest.............................................................................................

492.2

529.5

604.9

725.8

747.1

746.7

713.8

755.8

819.7

214.1

240.9

264.8

286.3

304.0

320.0

330.0

334.5

338.5

-34.5
-7.4
-20.4

-40.5
-11.4
-19.8

-46.4
-16.0
-18.2

-50.2
-20.2
-18.9

-53.5
-23.7
-20.4

-57.1
-28.0
-22.7

-60.6
-32.8
-21.2

-64.4
-38.3
-17.9

-68.4
-44.6
-14.5

Total net interest .......................................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement:
On-budget..............................................................................................
Off-budget..............................................................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf................................

151.7

169.2

184.2

197.0

206.3

212.0

215.5

213.8

211.0

-29.0
-4.4
-3.5

-29.4
-4.9
-2.9

-28.0
-5.6
-3.0

-29.5
-5.8
-3.7

-30.6
-6.2
-2.7

-31.4
-6.8
-3.3

-29.5
-7.4
-3.3

-30.7
-8.1
-3.2

-31.7
-8.9
-3.5

Total undistributed offsetting receipts.......................................................

-37.0

-37.2

-36.6

-39.1

-39.5

-41.4

-40.2

-42.0

-44.0

Total outlays for mandatory and related programs..................................

607.0

661.5

752.5

883.7

913.9

917.3

889.0

927.6

986.6

* $50 million or less




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 8.3-OUTLAYS FOR DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS: 1962-1996
(in billions of dollars)

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

National defense..........................................................................
International affairs ......................................................................
Domestic:
General science, space and technology:
General science and basic research .................................
Space and other technology ..............................................

52.6
5.5

53.7
5.2

55.0
4.6

51.0
4.7

59.0
5.1

72.0
5.3

82.2
4.9

82.7
4.1

81.9
4.0

0.5
1.2

0.5
2.5

0.8
4.1

0.8
5.0

0.9
5.9

0.9
5.3

0.9
4.6

0.9
4.1

0.9
3.6

Total General science, space and technology ...................
Energy......................................................................................
Natural resources and environment .......................................
Agriculture................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit................................................
Transportation:
Ground transportation .........................................................
Air transportation.................................................................
Water and other transportation ..........................................

1.7
0.7
2.3
0.4
1.3

3.1
0.6
2.5
0.5
1.4

4.9
0.7
2.6
0.5
1.2

5.8
0.8
2.8
0.5
1.6

6.7
0.7
3.1
0.6
1.9

6.2
0.8
3.2
0.7
2.2

5.5
1.0
3.3
0.8
2.1

5.0
1.0
3.3
0.8
1.0

4.5
1.0
3.4
0.8
2.1

2.9
0.7
0.6

3.1
0.8
0.6

3.7
0.8
0.6

4.1
0.9
0.7

4.1
0.9
0.7

4.1
1.0
0.7

4.3
1.0
0.8

4.4
1.2
0.8

4.7
1.4
0.9

Total Transportation............................................................
Community and regional development....................................
Education, training, employment and social services:
Education.............................................................................
Training, employment and social services..........................

4.2
0.4

4.5
0.5

5.1
0.9

5.7
1.0

5.6
1.0

5.8
1.0

6.2
1.3

6.5
1.5

6.9
2.3

0.6
0.3

0.7
0.3

0.8
0.4

1.0
0.8

2.1
1.7

3.3
2.3

3.8
2.8

3.7
2.9

4.3
3.0

1.8
1.5
...............

3.9
1.7
0.1

5.5
2.2
0.2

6.6
2.6
0.2

6.6
2.8
0.3

7.3
3.1
0.4

Total Education, training, employment and social services
Health......................................................................................
Medicare .................................................................................
Income security:
Housing assistance............................ :...............................
Other...................................................................................
Total Income security .........................................................
Social Security.........................................................................
Veterans benefits and services ..............................................
Administration of justice..........................................................
General government................................................................
Allowances and other..............................................................

0.9
1.1
...............

1.1
1.3
...............

1.2
1.6
...............

0.2
0.3

0.2
0.3

0.2
0.3

0.2
0.3

0.2
0.3

0.3
0.4

0.3
0.4

0.4
0.4

0.5
0.4

0.5
0.3
1.3
0.4
1.3

0.5
0.3
1.3
0.5
1.4

0.5
0.4
1.4
0.5
1.6

0.5
0.4
1.5
0.5
1.6

0.5
0.4
1.5
0.6
1.7

0.6
0.4
1.6
0.6
1.9

0.7
0.6
1.7
0.7
1.9

0.8
0.6
1.8
0.7
1.9

0.9
0.6
2.1
0.8
2.3

Total domestic.........................................................................

16.8

19.3

23.1

26.1

30.0

33.0

35.0

34.5

38.6

Total outlays for discretionary programs.................................

74.9

78.3

82.8

81.8

94.1

110.4

122.0

121.3

124.5




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Table 8.3-OUTLAYS FOR DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-Continued
(in billions of dollars)
1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

National defense..........................................................................
International affairs ......................................................................
Domestic:
General science, space and technology:
General science and basic research ..................................
Space and other technology ...............................................

79.0
3.8

79.3
4.6

77.1
4.8

80.7
6.2

87.6
8.2

89.9
7.5

22.3
3.3

97.5
8.0

104.6
8.5

1.0
3.2

1.0
3.2

1.0
3.1

1.0
3.0

1.0
3.0

1.0
3.3

0.3
0.9

1.1
3.7

1.2
3.8

Total General science, space and technology ...................
Energy......................................................................................
Natural resources and environment ........................................
Agriculture................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit................................................
Transportation:
Ground transportation .........................................................
Air transportation.................................................................
Water and other transportation ...........................................

4.2
0.9
4.1
0.9
2.7

4.2
1.1
4.6
0.9
2.3

4.0
1.1
5.3
1.0
2.1

4.0
0.7
6.2
1.0
2.4

4.0
1.7
7.8
1.1
2.9

4.4
2.6
8.7
1.1
2.8

1.2
0.7
2.8
0.3
1.2

4.7
3.8
10.9
1.2
3.5

4.9
5.3
11.4
1.4
3.4

5.1
2.4
1.0

5.3
2.8
1.1

5.6
2.2
1.2

5.4
2.2
1.3

6.8
2.3
1.4

9.4
2.5
1.5

2.3
0.6
0.4

9.7
2.7
1.7

10.2
3.2
1.7

Total Transportation............................................................
Community and regional development....................................
Education, training, employment and social services:
Education.............................................................................
Training, employment and social services..........................

8.6
2.6

9.1
3.0

9.0
3.6

8.9
3.4

10.6
3.6

13.4
4.6

3.3
1.3

14.2
6.0

15.1
10.8

4.9
3.5

5.4
4.5

5.5
4.9

5.5
4.6

7.1
5.8

7.6
8.0

1.9
2.4

8.5
8.9

9.2
13.1

Total Education, training, employment and social services
Health.......................................................................................
Medicare ..................................................................................
Income security:
Housing assistance.............................................................
Other....................................................................................

8.4
3.4
0.4

9.9
4.0
0.5

10.4
4.6
0.4

10.1
4.7
0.7

12.9
5.8
0.7

15.5
6.7
0.8

4.2
1.6
0.2

17.5
6.9
0.8

22.2
7.3
0.9

0.8
0.6

1.2
0.7

1.7
0.7

1.8
1.0

2.1
1.4

2.5
2.3

0.7
0.5

3.0
2.6

3.7
2.9

Total Income security .........................................................
Social Security.........................................................................
Veterans benefits and services ...............................................
Administration of justice..........................................................
General government................................................................
Allowances and other..............................................................

1.4
0.7
2.3
1.2
2.4

1.8
0.8
2.7
1.5
3.0

2.4
0.9
3.1
1.9
3.3

2.8
0.9
3.4
2.3
3.8

3.5
1.1
4.1
2.8
3.8

4.8
1.2
4.5
3.3
3.6

1.1
0.3
1.2
0.9
2.1

5.6
1.4
5.3
3.6
5.9

6.6
1.4
5.9
3.8
4.7

Total domestic.........................................................................

44.1

49.3

53.0

55.4

66.4

77.9

22.3

91.2

105.0

Total outlays for discretionary programs.................................

126.9

133.3

134.9

142.3

162.2

175.3

48.0

196.8

218.2




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 8.3-O U TLA Y S FOR DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-C ontinued
(in billions of dollars)

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

National defense..........................................................................
International affairs ......................................................................
Domestic:
General science, space and technology:
General science and basic research .................................
Space and other technology ..............................................

116.8
9.1

134.6
12.8

158.0
14.0

185.9
13.2

209.9
13.8

228.0
16.8

253.1
16.8

273.8
16.2

282.5
14.6

1.3
3.9

1.4
4.4

1.5
5.0

1.6
5.6

1.6
6.3

1.8
6.5

2.0
6.6

2.2
6.8

2.2
7.0

Total General science, space and technology ...................
Energy......................................................................................
Natural resources and environment .......................................
Agriculture................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit................................................
Transportation:
Ground transportation .........................................................
Air transportation.................................................................
Water and other transportation ..........................................

5.2
6.1
13.1
1.6
3.8

5.8
6.1
14.9
1.6
5.1

6.5
10.3
14.9
1.8
4.3

7.2
8.6
14.5
1.8
3.6

7.9
6.5
13.9
1.7
3.5

8.3
7.0
14.1
2.0
3.7

8.6
6.6
14.8
2.1
3.7

9.0
5.1
15.3
2.0
2.9

9.2
5.1
15.1
2.1
2.4

11.9
3.3
1.9

15.1
3.7
2.3

17.3
3.7
2.3

14.3
3.5
2.6

14.3
3.9
2.8

16.1
4.4
2.8

17.5
4.9
2.8

18.7
5.3
2.6

17.1
5.6
2.8

17.2
9.1

21.1
9.4

23.4
9.0

20.4
6.6

20.9
6.0

23.4
6.3

25.3
6.6

26.6
6.1

25.4
5.5

10.9
13.9

12.4
13.3

12.8
12.4

11.3
8.2

12.1
8.1

12.1
7.6

13.6
8.1

14.3
8.4

14.8
8.2

Total Education, training, employment and social services
Health......................................................................................
Medicare .................................................................................
Income security:
Housing assistance.............................................................
Other...................................................................................

24.7
7.5
1.0

25.6
8.5
1.1

25.2
9.1
1.2

19.5
9.0
1.3

20.2
8.5
1.3

19.7
8.9
1.5

21.7
9.6
1.7

22.6
10.2
1.7

23.0
10.7
1.7

4.3
3.2

5.5
5.3

6.9
6.4

8.1
6.9

9.4
7.5

10.0
7.4

11.4
7.7

11.4
7.8

11.3
7.6

Total Income security .........................................................
Social Security.........................................................................
Veterans benefits and services ..............................................
Administration of justice..........................................................
General government................................................................
Allowances and other..............................................................

7.5
1.5
6.3
4.1
4.8

10.8
1.5
7.2
4.5
5.3

13.3
1.7
7.6
4.7
5.3

15.0
2.0
8.2
4.7
5.7

17.0
2.2
9.0
5.1
6.0

17.5
2.2
9.6
5.6
6.5

19.1
2.2
10.4
6.2
6.7

19.3
2.2
10.7
6.5
7.2

18.8
2.3
11.1
7.3
7.3

Total Transportation............................................................
Community and regional development....................................
Education, training, employment and social services:
Education.............................................................................
Training, employment and social services..........................

Total domestic.........................................................................

113.6

128.5

138.3

128.0

129.8

136.3

145.4

147.4

147.0

Total outlays for discretionary programs.................................

239.5

275.9

310.3

327.1

353.5

381.1

415.3

437.5

444.2




THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

86

Table 8.3-OUTLAYS FOR DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS: 1962-1996-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

298.5
18.3

307.8
18*7

300.4
19.6

293.3
20.4

287.6
21.5

289.2
21.8

293.8
22.0

2.6
10.2

2.8
11.6

3.2
12.5

3.8
13.7

4.3
14.7

4.8
16.0

5.2
17.2

5.4
18.5

10.8
5.0
15.9
2.2
2.4

12.8
4.9
17.1
2.4
3.3

14.4
4.7
17.8
2.6
3.8

15.8
4.5
19.1
3.0
3.6

17.4
4.8
19.8
3.3
2.8

19.1
5.2
20.3
3.4
3.1

20.8
5.4
20.4
3.5
3.1

22.4
5.2
19.8
3.5
3.2

23.9
5.6
19.2
3.8
3.2

18.1
5.9
2.8

17.9
6.6
2.8

18.9
7.2
3.0

19.6
8.4
3.2

19.7
9.0
3.6

20.9
9.8
3.7

21.0
10.3
3.8

20.9
10.6
3.7

22.3
10.7
3.7

Total Transportation............................................................
Community and regional development...................................
Education, training, employment and social services:
Education.............................................................................
Training, employment and social services..........................

26.8
5.2

27.3
5.1

29.2
7.3

31.2
6.8

32.4
5.9

34.4
5.6

35.1
5.4

35.1
5.3

36.7
5.3

15.7
8.7

17.4
9.5

18.3
9.2

20.4
10.1

22.2
10.3

23.5
10.0

23.6
10.2

23.6
10.5

23.7
10.5

Total Education, training, employment and social services
Health.......................................................................................
Medicare ..................................................................................
income security:
Housing assistance.............................................................
Other....................................................................................

24.4
12.2
2.0

26.9
13.1
2.3

27.6
14.9
2.3

30.5
16.9
2.5

32.6
17.7
2.3

33.5
18.4
2.4

33.8
18.7
2.4

34.2
18.9
2.4

34.2
19.0
2.4

12.7
7.4

14.0
7.6

15.5
8.0

17.5
9.1

19.8
9.5

21.8
9.6

23.8
9.5

25.5
9.3

26.9
9.2

Total Income security .........................................................
Social Security.........................................................................
Veterans benefits and services ..............................................
Administration of justice ..........................................................
General government................................................................
Allowances and other..............................................................

20.1
2.5
11.8
8.9
8.0

21.6
2.1
12.3
9.5
8.2

23.5
2.1
13.2
10.1
9.0

26.6
2.2
14.0
12.3
11.0

29.3
2.5
14.9
14.3
11.9
0.1

31.4
2.6
15.7
14.9
13.2
0.1

33.3
2.7
16.3
15.1
13.6
-.7

34.9
2.7
17.0
15.6
12.7
-1.1

36.1
2.6
17.6
16.1
13.2
-.4

1988

1989

1990

National defense..........................................................................
International affairs ......................................................................
Domestic:
General science, space and technology:
General science and basic research ..................................
Space and other technology ..............................................

290.9
15.6

304.0
16.6

2.4
8.4

Total General science, space and technology ...................
Energy......................................................................................
Natural resources and environment ........................................
Agriculture................................................................................
Commerce and housing credit................................................
Transportation:
Ground transportation .........................................................
Air transportation.................................................................
Water and other transportation ...........................................

Total domestic .........................................................................

158.2

169.0

182.5

199.8

212.0

223.2

228.9

231.7

238.5

Total outlays for discretionary programs................................

464.7

489.7

499.3

526.3

532.1

536.9

538.0

542.7

554.2

Note: National Defense category totals for 1991 and beyond include emergency supplemental request placeholder for Operation Desert Shield.




87

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.1-O U TLA Y S FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CURRENT AND CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS:
1940-1992
In Billions of Constant (FY 1982) Dollars

In Millions of Current Dollars
Direct Federal

Fiscal Year
Total
Total

Direct Federal

Fiscal Year

National
Defense

Non-de­
fense

Grants

Total
Total

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

3,297
6,356
21,486
55,539
60,000

2,855
6,066
21,264
55,321
59,817

850
4,300
19,900
54.700
59,600

2,005
1.766
1,364
621
217

442
290

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

56,674
20,680
4,693
3,919
3,847

56,520
20,538
4,094
3,479
3,385

56.300

220

20,100

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

3,873
7,400
16,224
22,958
21,442

3,389
6,834
15,649

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

18,004
17,387
19,613
20,770
22,899

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

National
Defense

Non-defense

Grants

218
183

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

25.1
38.7
117.3
279.8
298.5

21.3
36.4
115.7
278.4
297.3

6.3
25.7
108.2
275.3
296.2

15.0
10.7
7.5
3.2
1.1

3.8
2.3
1.6
1.4
1.2

3,483
2,704
2,345

438
611
775
1,040

154
142
599
440
462

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

298.4
112.1
20.8
16.1
14.5

297.5
111.2
17.6
14.0
12.5

296.3
108.8
15.0
10.9
8.6

1.2
2.4
2.7
3.1
3.9

1.0
0.9
3.2
2.1
2.1

20,698

2,052
5,486
14,197
20,594
19,303

1,337
1,348
1,452
1,608
1,395

484
566
575
756
744

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

15.5
27.1
57.7
82.5
79.0

13.2
24.6
55.3
79.5
76.0

8.0
19.7
50.1
73.7
70.8

5.2
4.9
5.2
5.8
5.2

2.3
2.5
2.3
3.0
3.1

17,184
16,472
18,465
18,982
19,943

16.094
15.556
17,324
17,639
18,329

1,090
916
1,141
1,343
1,614

820
915
1,148
1,788
2,956

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

65.2
59.4
62.3
64.9
71.4

61.8
55.8
58.1
58.4
60.6

57.8
52.6
54.5
54.2
55.6

4.0
3.1
3.6
4.2
4.9

3.4
3.6
4.2
6.6
10.8

22,405
21,860
23,352
25,548
25,381

19,084
18,807
20,113
21,948
20,899

17,157
16,791
17,785
19,399
17,970

1,927
2,016
2,328
2,549
2,929

3,321
3,053
3,239
3,600
4,482

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

69.8
68.4
71.9
76.3
76.2

57.6
57.1
60.0
63.4
60.3

51.7
50.9
53.0
56.0
51.8

5.9
6.2
7.0
7.4
8.5

12.2
11.3
11.8
12.9
15.8

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

22,263
25,028
29,647
34,200
34,952

17,278
20,116
24,416
28,304
28,787

14,231
16,851
21,377
25,437
26,235

3,047
3,265
3,039
2,867
2,552

4,985
4.912
5,231
5,896
6,165

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

66.4
72.3
81.8
90.9
89.4

49.1
55.8
64.9
72.5
71.1

40.4
46.7
56.7
65.1
64.8

8.7
9.1
8.1
7.4
6.4

17.3
16.5
16.9
18.4
18.3

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

33,186
31,534
31,084
30,183
31,180

26,130
23,662
22,667
21,318
21,335

23,588
20.701
19.094
17,624
17,385

2,542
2,961
3,573
3,694
3,950

7,056
7,872
8,417
8,865
9,845

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

81.3
73.0
68.7
64.1
61.8

61.9
53.2
48.7
44.4
42.1

55.8
46.5
41.0
36.2
33.9

6.1
6.7
7.7
8.2
8.2

19.4
19.9
20.0
19.8
19.7

1975
1976
TQ .................
1977
1978
........
1979

34,374
37,981
9,782
43,484
48,292
56,516

18,665
19,247
4,465
21.556
23,227
28,689

4,829
5,217
1,381
5,764
6,737
7.766

1975
1976
TQ .................
1977
1978
1979

59.6
62.3
15.7
67.3
69.7
73.7

41.3
40.5
9.5
42.5
44.0
49.0

33.1
32.2
7.3
33.7
34.3
38.8

8.2
8.3
2.2
8.8
9.7
10.2

18.3
21.8
6.2
24.8
25.7
24.7

32,486
39,101
47,960
59,221
68,229

8,051
8,760
8,460
7,994
9,814

10,880
13,517
3,936
16,164
18,328
20,061
22,484
22,149
20,151
20,510

73.3
74.8
76.6
85.3
95.0

48.7
52.1
56.4
64.9
73.0

39.6
42.8
48.0
56.9
63.2

9.1
9.3
8.5
8.0
9.8

24.6
22.7
20.2
20.3
22.0

22,202

222

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

63,021
70,010
76,571
87,725
100,729

23,494
24,464
5,846
27,320
29,964
36,455
40,537
47,861
56,420
67,215
78,043

22,686

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989 1 ...........

114,577
122,190
125,904
124,849
128,940

89,702
95,929
102,060
100,230
104,399

77,956
84,663
89,526
85,698
90,490

11,746
11,266
12,534
14,532
13,909

24,875
26,261
23,843
24,618
24,542

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989 1 ...........

106.6
112.0
118.8
119.4
121.4

83.7
88.4
97.7
98.3
101.1

72.3
77.5
85.4
84.0
87.8

11.4
11.0
12.3
14.3
13.3

22.9
23.6
21.2
21.2
20.3

1990 1 ............
1991 estimate
1992 estimate

128,599
130,379
129,564

102,794
103,457
102,386

87,700
85,827
82.300

15,095
17,630
20,086

25,805
26,922
27,178

1990 1 ...........
1991 estimate
1992 estimate

120.6
116.7
110.9

99.6
95.9
91.1

85.7
80.3
74.0

14.0
15.6
17.1

21.0
20.7
19.9

Includes off-budget Postal Service investments of the following amounts: In millions of current dollars: 1989: 900; 1990: 1,317; 1991: 1,855; 1992: 1,710. In billions of constant (FY 1982) dollars:
9: 0.9; 1990: 1.2; 1991: 1.6; 1992: 1.5.




88

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.2— OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN PERCENTAGE TERMS: 1940-1992
Percentages of Outlays

Percentages of GNP

Direct Federal

Fiscal Year
Total

Direct Federal

Fiscal Year

Total

National
Defense

Non-de­
fense

Grants

Total
Total

National
Defense

Non-de­
fense

Grants

4.7
2.1
0.6
0.3
0.2

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

3.4
5.6
15.1
31.6
29.7

3.0
5.4
15.0
31.5
29.6

0.9
3.8
14.0
31.1
29.5

2.1
1.6
1.0
0.4
0.1

0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1

0.2
0.3
1.7
1.5
1.2

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

26.7
9.7
2.1
1.6
1.5

26.6
9.6
1.8
1.4
1.3

26.5
9.4
1.6
1.1
0.9

0.1
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4

0.1
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.2

1.1
1.2
0.8
1.0
1.1

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

1.5
2.3
4.7
6.3
5.8

1.3
2.2
4.6
6.1
5.6

0.8
1.7
4.1
5.6
5.2

0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

21.4
19.9

1.3
1.5
1.6
1.8

1.2
1.3
1.5
2.2
3.2

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

4.7
4.2
4.5
4.6
4.8

4.4
3.9
4.2
4.2
4.1

4.2
3.7
3.9
3.9
3.8

0.3
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3

0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6

20.7
19.2
18.8
19.7
17.6

18.6
17.2
16.6
17.4
15.2

2.1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.5

3.6
3.1
3.0
3.2
3.8

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

4.4
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.0

3.8
3.6
3.6
3.7
3.3

3.4
3.2
3.2
3.3
2.9

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5

0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.7

18.8
18.6
18.8
19.2
19.0

14.6
15.0
15.5
15.9
15.7

12.0

12.5
13.6
14.3
14.3

2.6
2.4
1.9
1.6
1.4

4.2
3.7
3.3
3.3
3.4

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

3.3
3.4
3.7
4.0
3.8

2.6
2.7
3.1
3.3
3.1

2.1
2.3
2.7
3.0
2.8

0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.3

0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

17.0
15.0
13.5
12.3

12.1

11.6

13.4
11.3
9.8
8.7
7.9

9.8
8.3
7.2
6.5

1.3
1.4
1.5
1.5
1.5

3.6
3.7
3.6
3.6
3.7

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

3.4
3.0
2.7
2.4
2.2

2.6
2.2
2.0
1.7
1.5

2.4
2.0
1.7
1.4
1.2

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3

0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7

1975
1976
T Q ..................
1977
1978
1979

10.3

7.1

10.2
10.2
10.6

6.6
6.1

6.7
6.5
7.2

5.6
5.2
4.7
5.3
5.1
5.7

1.5
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.5

3.3
3.6
4.1
4.0
4.0
4.0

1975
1976
TQ ................
1977
1978
1979

2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.3

1.5
1.4
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.5

1.2
1.1
1.0
1.1
1.1
1.2

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3

0.7
0.8
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.8

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

10.7
10.3
10.3
10.9

6.9
7.1
7.6
8.3
9.2

5.5
5.8
6.4
7.3
8.0

1.4
1.3
1.1
1.0
1.2

3.8
3.3
2.7
2.5
2.7

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

2.4
2.3
2.4
2.6
2.7

1.5
1.6
1.8
2.0
2.1

1.2
1.3
1.5
1.8
1.9

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.3

0.8
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6

1985

12.1

1986

9.5
9.7

1987
1988
1989 1 ...........

12.3
12.5
11.7
11.3

10.2

8.2
8.5
8.9

9.4
9.1

7.9

1.2
1.1
1.2
1.4
1.2

2.6
2.7
2.4
2.3
2.1

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989 1 ..........

2.9
2.9
2.8
2.6
2.5

2.3
2.3
2.3
2.1
2.0

2.0
2.0
2.0
1.8
1.8

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5

1990 1 ...........
1991 estimate
1992 estimate

10.3
9.2
9.0

1.2
1.3
1.4

2.1
1.9
1.9

1990 1 ..........
1991 estimate
1992 estimate

2.4
2.3
2.2

1.9
1.8
1.7

1.6
1.5
1.4

0.3
0.3
0.3

0.5
0.5
0.5

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

34.8
46.6
61.1
70.7
65.7

30.2
44.4
60.5
70.4
65.5

9.0
31.5
56.6
69.6
65.3

21.2

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

61.1
37.4
13.6
13.2
9.9

61.0
37.2
11.9
11.7
8.7

60.7
36.4

0.2
0.8

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

9.1
16.3
24.0
30.2
30.3

8.0
15.0
23.1
29.2
29.2

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

26.3
24.6
25.6
25.2
24.9

25.1
23.3
24.1
23.0
21.7

22.6

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

24.3
22.4
21.9
23.0
21.4

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

10.5
11.2

11.8

1 Includes off-budget Postal Service investments.




8.2
7.3
7.1

12.9
3.9
0.8
0.2

10.1

1.8

9.1
6.0

2.6

4.8
12.1

3.1
3.0

21.0

2.1

27.1
27.2

2.1

23.5
22.0

1.6

8.1

7.0
6.1

5.7

2.7

2.0

89

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.3-N A TIO N A L DEFENSE OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC DIRECT PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1940-1992
(in millions of dollars)

Department of Defense—Military
Fiscal year

Atomic energy and other defense

Military con­
struction

Construction
and rehabili­
tation of
physical as­
sets

Total
Total

Procurement

Family hous­
ing

Other

Total

Major equip­
ment

NA

NA

2,100

2,200

12.300
42.000
55.000

7.600
12,700
4.600
2,500

3,432
2,395
1,874

53,800
19,100
3.000
2.000
1,723

432
395
151

51
309
471

51
209
312

100
159

2,052
5,486
14,197
20,594
19,303

1,650
4,741
12,751
19,057
17.701

1,500
4,300
11.000
17,144
15,957

150
441
1,751
1.913
1,744

402
745
1,446
1,537
1,602

240
479
1,071
1,054
1,069

162
266
375
483
533

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

16.094
15.556
17,324
17,639
18,329

14,553
14,313
15,831
16,002
16.605

12.838
12,227
13,488
14,083
14,409

1,715
2,079
1,968
1,753
1,948

7
375
166
248

1,541
1,243
1,493
1,637
1,724

771
217
233
182
171

770
1,026
1,260
1,455
1,553

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

17,157
16,791
17,785
19,399
17,970

15,471
15,109
16,238
17,922
16,643

13,334
13,095
14,532
16,632
15,351

1,626
1,605
1,347
1,144
1,026

511
409
359
146
266

1,686

1,682
1,547
1,477
1,327

176
228
203
184
139

1,510
1,454
1,344
1,293
1,188

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

14,231
16,851
21,377
25,437
26,235

13,139
15,940
20,613
24,625
25,513

11.839
14,339
19,012
23,283
23,988

1,007
1,536
1,535
1,281
1,389

293
65
66
61
136

1,092
911
764
812
722

127
109
73
91
137

965
802
691
721
585

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

23,588
20.701
19.094
17,624
17,385

22.901
20,061
18,389
16,981
16,857

21,584
18.858
17,131
15,654
15,241

1,168
1,095
1,108
1,119
1,407

149
108
150
208
209

687
640
705
643
528

153
146
127
154
124

534
494
578
489
404

1975
1976
T Q ................
1977
1978
1979

18,665
19,247
4,465
21.556
23,227
28,689

17,803
18,295
4,206
20,378
22,284
27.606

16,042
15,964
3,766
18,178
19,976
25,404

1,462
2,019
376
1.914
1,932
1,965

299
312
64
286
376
122

115

862
952
259
1,178
943
1,083

179
180
45
218
274
618

683
772
214
960
669
465

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

32,486
39,101
47,960
59,221
68,229

31,470
37,587
46,190
57,000
65,518

29,021
35,191
43,271
53,624
61,879

2,237
2,175
2,782
3,280
3,524

87
102
174
207
233

125
119
-37
-111
-118

1,016
1,514
1,770
2,712

563
848
880
1,057
1,323

453
666
890
1,164
1,389

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

77,956
84,663
89,526
85,698
90,490

74,729
81,635
86,771
83,114
87,175

70,325
76,517
80,744
77,166
81,620

4,083
4,792
5,523
5,442
4,843

321
343
487
563
622

3,227
3,028
2,755
2,584
3,315

1,424
1,490
1,108
906
849

1,803
1,538
1,647
1,678
2,465

1990
1991 estimate
1992 estimate

87,700
85,827
82.300

85,890
83,407
78,727

80.858
79,098
74.300

4,425
3,819
3,988

607
490
440

1,809
2,420
3,572

1,264
1,739
2,664

545
682
908

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

850
4,300
19,900
54.700
59,600

850
4,300
19.900
54.700
59,600

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

56.300

56,300

20,100

20,100

3,483
2,704
2,345

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

N : N available.
A ot




1,000

-17
17
-56
91

2,221

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.4-N O N DEFEN SE OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC DIRECT PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1940-1992
(in millions of dollars)

Investments in physical capital
Construction and rehabilitation of physical assets
Water and power projects

Fiscal year
Total
Total

Corps of
Engineers

Total

Bureau of
Reclamation

Bonneville
and other
power mar­
keting agen­
cies

Nuclear and
other

TVA

Acquisition
of major
equipment

Other

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................

2,005
1,766
1,364
621
217

2,005
1,766
1,364
621
217

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA
NA

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

220
438
611
775
1,040

220
438
611
775
995

152
248
408
577
732

68
172
266
360
448

37
48
93
151
212

5
9
16
18
25

42
20
33
48
47

68
190
203
198
263

45

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
...................................

1,337
1,348
1,452
1,608
1,395

1,320
1,317
1,312
1,423
1,289

915
933
975
1,022
923

540
514
486
561
400

292
260
208
192
163

32
38
51
57
45

51
121
230
212
299

16

405
384
337
401
366

17
31
140
185
106

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

1,090
916
1,141
1,343
1,614

1,040
893
1,105
1,279
1,542

788
646
742
910
976

393
406
473
554
620

128
124
130
183
197

34
28
28
26
19

217
62
81
120
104

16
26
30
27
36

252
247
363
369
566

50
23
36
64
72

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

1,927
2,016
2,328
2,549
2,929

1,803
1,939
2,156
2,386
2,754

1,002
1,210
1,321
1,361
1,408

711
759
774
876
904

128
202
261
270
262

17
25
17
15
30

104
159
199
135
149

42
65
70
65
63

801
729
835
1,025
1,346

124
77
172
163
175

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

....................................
....................................
....................................
...................................
...................................

3,047
3,265
3,039
2,867
2,552

2,879
3,081
2,809
2,536
2,292

1,429
1,551
1,634
1,641
1,535

931
997
1,057
978
841

246
278
231
211
201

38
53
106
144
109

135
156
183
232
278

79
67
57
76
106

1,450
1,530
1,175
895
757

168
184
230
331
260

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

2,542
2,961
3,573
3,694
3,950

2,306
2,714
3,389
3,433
3,599

1,495
1,855
2,096
1,980
2,260

765
952
1,084
1,018
1,088

174
223
241
311
312

102
102
96
82
94

348
481
580
461
510

106
97
95
108
256

811
859
1,293
1,453
1,339

236
247
184
261
351

1975 ....................................
1976 ....................................
T Q .......................................
1977 ....................................
1978 ....................................
1979 ....................................

4,829
5,217
1,381
5,764
6,737
7,766

4,394
4,869
1,291
5,396
6,306
7,070

3,022
3,284
881
3,796
4,213
4,814

1,325
1,331
377
1,442
1,540
1,684

320
385
155
603
500
518

133
119
24
30
50
18

913
1,045
247
1,204
1,570
1,813

331
404
78
517
553
781

1,372
1,585
410
1,600
2,093
2,256

435
348
90
368
431
696

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

8,051
8,760
8,460
7,994
9,814

7,385
7,715
7,154
7,176
7,194

4,642
4,891
4,368
4,632
3,899

1,751
1,634
1,611
1,419
1,429

559
555
567
582
608

27
59
75
100
233

1,592
1,912
1,700
1,361
492

713
731
415
1,171
1,138

2,744
2,824
2,786
2,543
3,295

666
1,045
1,306
819
2,619

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................
1 ................................

11,746
11,266
12,534
14,532
13,909

8,139
7,951
8,345
9,163
8,694

4,620
4,251
4,584
4,801
4,384

1,307
1,180
1,305
1,608
1,712

657
738
678
662
717

186
262
248
266
199

1,479
1,327
1,619
1,529
1,086

992
744
734
737
669

3,519
3,700
3,760
4,361
4,311

3,607
3,315
4,190
5,369
5,214

1990 1 ................................

15,095

9,930

5,104

1,832

666

200

1,701

705

4,826

5,165




91

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.4-NONDEFENSE OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC DIRECT PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1940-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Investments in physical capital
Construction and rehabilitation of physical assets
Water and power projects
Fiscal year
Total
Total
Total

1991 estimate 1 .................
1992 estimate 1 .................

17,630
20,086

11,017
12,926

4,876
5,780

Corps of
Engineers

1,943
2,131

Bureau of
Reclamation

Bonneville
and other
power mar­
keting agen­
cies

803
640

314
351

TVA

1,059
1,864

Nuclear and
other

757
794

Other

6,141
7,146

Acquisition
of major
equipment

6,613
7,160

NA: Not available.
1 Includes Postal Service off-budget amounts as follows: Construction and rehabilitation of physical assets, 1989: 668; 1990: 1,070; 1991: 1,361; 1992: 926. Acquisition of major equipment, 1989:
232; 1990: 247; 1991: 494. 1992: 784.




92

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.5-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1941-1992
(in millions of dollars)

Category
Nondefense:
Transportation:
Highways..........................................................
Airports.............................................................

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

172

152

88

48

33

44

183

327
6

403
30

432
33

396
30

Total transportation ......................................
Community and regional development:
Public works acceleration/local public works ....

172

152

88

48

33

44

183

333

433

465

426

117

68

130

134

119

68

31

8

8

1

Total community and regional development
Natural resources and environment:
Pollution control facilities..............................
O ther................................................................

117

68

130

134

119

68

31

8

8

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

1
5

1
5

Total natural resources and environment ....
Other nondefense:
Education, training, employment, and social
services........................................................
Health...............................................................
Veterans...........................................................

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

3

6

6

29

384

1
96

10
7

9
3

62
70
1

Total other nondefense................................

29

384

97

17

12

133

Total, nondefense ...............................................

290

222

218

183

154

142

599

440

462

484

566

Total .........................................................................

290

222

218

183

154

142

599

440

462

484

566

See footnotes at end of table.

Table 9.5-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1941-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category
Nondefense:
Transportation:
Highways..........................................................
Airports.............................................................

1952

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

415
33

501
27

522
18

586
8

729
17

950
21

1,511
43

2,601
57

2,927
57

2,610
65

2,769
58

Total transportation .....................................
Community and regional development:
Urban renewal .................................................
Public works acceleration/local public works ....
O ther................................................................

448

528

540

594

746

971

1,554

2,658

2,984

2,674

2,827

8

12

34

14

30

37

77

104

144

169

5

5

6

7

4

4

3

2

1

*

Total community and regional development
Natural resources and environment:
Pollution control facilities..................................
O ther................................................................

4

13

17

40

21

34

41

80

106

145

170

1
6

8

16

21

25

2
24

19
29

36
36

40
47

44
46

42
52

Total natural resources and environment ....
Other nondefense:
Education, training, employment, and social
services........................................................
Health...............................................................
Other functions .................................................

7

8

16

21

25

26

49

72

88

90

94

55
61

134
60

105
52

121
34

89
24

67
32
9

74
50
13

66
69
3

71
64
3

59
68
5

42
72
18

Total other nondefense................................

116

194

157

155

113

108

137

138

138

132

132

Total, nondefense ...............................................

575

743

730

810

905

1,139

1,780

2,948

3,316

3,042

3,223

4

13

National defense 1 .................................................
Total .........................................................................
See footnotes at end of table.




575

14

10

10

9

8

8

5

11

16

756

744

820

915

1,148

1,788

2,956

3,321

3,053

3,239

93

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.5-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1941-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category
Nondefense:
Transportation:
Highways..........................................................
Urban mass transportation ..............................
Airports.............................................................

1963

1964

3,626

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

3,979
16
54

3,984
42
64

4,138
66
75

4,121
141
104

4,311
119
83

4,570
187
62

4,601
259
106

4,644
358
232

52

65

3,998
11
71

Total transportation .....................................
Community and regional development:
Urban renewal .................................................
Public works acceleration/local public works ....
O ther................................................................

3,059

3,691

4,079

4,049

4,090

4,279

4,366

4,514

4,818

4,966

5,235

199
15
2

212
257
14

281
288
13

313
85
22

370
19
105

475
5
294

534
2
428

1,054
1
570

1,026

1,218

1,010

900

1,104

1,279

Total community and regional development
Natural resources and environment:
Pollution control facilities.................................
O ther................................................................

217

484

582

420

495

774

964

1,624

1,927

2,322

2,289

52
88

66
78

75
84

88
105

99
121

133
176

161
145

176
189

478
169

413
214

684
230

Total natural resources and environment ....
Other nondefense:
Education, training, employment, and social
services........................................................
Health...............................................................
Other functions ................................................

140

144

159

193

220

308

306

365

648

627

915

53
72
32

39
64
38

50
69
27

119
96
24

236
142
38

297
200
27

293
171
49

257
230
50

222
221
22

146
294
38

124
211
60

3,008

*

★

Total other nondefense...............................

157

141

146

239

416

524

513

537

465

478

395

Total nondefense ..............................................

3,572

4,460

4,966

4,901

5,221

5,885

6,149

7,040

7,858

8,393

8,834

National defense 1 .................................................

28

22

19

11

10

11

16

16

14

24

31

Total .........................................................................

3,600

4,482

4,985

4,912

5,231

5,896

6,165

7,056

7,872

8,417

8,865

See footnotes at end of table.

Table 9.5-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1941-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category
Nondefense:
Transportation:
Highways............................................................................
Urban mass transportation 2 ..............................................
Airports...............................................................................
Total transportation ........................................................
Community and regional development:
Block grants.......................................................................
Urban renewal ....................................................................
Public works acceleration/local public works......................
Other ..................................................................................

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

4,378
503
243

4,589
687
292

6,144
946
269

1,605
265
26

5,884
1,307
335

5,940
1,358
562

7,119
1,700
556

8,952
2,038
590

8,832
2,596
469

7,730
2,588
339

5,123

5,568

7,360

1,896

7,526

7,860

9,376

11,580

11,897

10,657

1,205

38
1,374

983
1,166

439
295

2,464
392
3,057
628

3,161
298
1,741
895

4,126
206
416
1,039

4,042
167
83
1,268

3,792
101
40
1,239

1,180

1,082

667

159

2,089
899
577
604

Total community and regional development ..................
Natural resources and environment:
Pollution control facilities....................................................
Other ...................................................................................

2,386

2,494

2,816

894

4,169

6,542

6,095

5,787

5,560

5,170

1,553
299

1,938
338

2,429
360

920
97

3,530
376

3,187
410

3,756
513

4,343
562

3,881
600

3,756
314

Total natural resources and environment ......................
Other nondefense:
Education, training, employment, and social services .......
Health.................................................................................
Other functions ...................................................................

1,852

2,276

2,788

1,016

3,906

3,597

4,269

4,906

4,482

4,070

74
256
114

86
306
111

44
361
89

29
64
28

66
330
98

12
212
80

27
132
107

25
10
120

5
32
140

37
11
174

Total other nondefense..................................................

444

502

494

121

494

305

265

155

177

222

Total, nondefense .................................................................

9,806

10,840

13,458

3,927

16,095

18,304

20,005

22,428

22,116

20,120

National defense 1 ....................................................................

39

41

60

9

69

24

57

56

33

31

Total ...........................................................................................

9,845

10,880

13,517

3,936

16,164

18,328

20,061

22,484

22,149

20,151

See footnotes at end of table.




94

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.5-C O M PO SITIO N OF OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT: 1941-1992-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

13,961
3,157
1,220

14,059
3,391
1,434

14,798
2.785
1,575

17,057

18,338

18,884

19,157

2,948

2,818

3,073

3,097

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

8,759
2,782
453

10,372
3,139
694

12,685
2,447
789

13,939
2,747
853

12,478
2,571
917

13,714
2,417
825

13,240
2,683
1,135

Total transportation ........................................................
Community and regional development:
Block grants ........................................................................
Urban renewal ....................................................................
Public works acceleration/local public works......................
Other ...................................................................................

11,994

14,205

15,921

17,539

15,966

16,956

4,005
38

4,314
28

3.787
13

3,322

3,266

679

4,273
24
1
598

655

731

676

946

921

963

840

Total community and regional development ..................
Natural resources and environment:
Pollution control facilities....................................................
Other ...................................................................................

4,722

4,896

4,997

4,531

3,998

4,046n

3,894

3,739

4,036

3,937

2,983
572

2,619
666

2,936
666

3,158
654

2,961
606

2,600
657

2,498
600

2,533
734

2,673
763

2,559
762

Total natural resources and environment ......................
Other nondefense:
Education, training, employment, and social services .......
Health..................................................................................
Other functions ...................................................................

3,555

3,285

3,602

3,812

3,567

3,257

3,098

3,267

3,437

3,321

36
55
103

42

59

51

42

55

77

58

53

49

212

234

229

161

195

249

249

306

677

Total other nondefense...................................................

194

254

293

280

203

250

326

307

359

726

Total, nondefense .................................................................

20,465

22,640

24,813

26,163

23,734

24,509

24,376

25,650

26,715

27,141

Category
Nondefense:
Transportation:
Highways.............................................................................
Urban mass transportation.................................................
Airports................................................................................

1983

780

National defense 1 ....................................................................

45

46

62

98

109

109

166

154

207

37

Total ............................................................................................

20,510

22,686

24,875

26,261

23,843

24,618

24,542

25,805

26,922

27,178

* $500 thousand or less.
1 National Guard shelters and civil defense.
2 Includes relatively small amounts for railroads.Note: Grants for 1940 totaled $442 million, composed of $165 million for highways and $277 million for public works.




95

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.6-OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1992
(in billions of dollars)

Category
Direct Investments
National defense:
Department of Defense, military
Atomic energy & other ..............

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

6.3

25.7

108.2

275.3

296.2

296.3

108.8

14.8
0.2

9.6
1.2

6.9
1.7

6.4
1.6

6.3

25.7

108.2

275.3

296.2

296.3

108.8

15.0

10.Ï

8.6

8.0

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

0.8
0.4

1.4
1.0

1.8
0.9

2.3
0.8

2.7
1.0

3.6
1.6

Subtotal 1 ...........................
Acquisition of major equipment 1

15.0

10.7

7.5

3.2

1.1

1.2

2.4

2.7

3.1

3.7
0.2

5.2
0.1

Total nondefense 1 .................

15.0

10.7

7.5

3.2

1.1

1.2

2.4

2.7

3.1

3.9

5.2

21.3

36.4

115.7

278.4

297.3

297.5

111.2

17.6

14.0

12.5

13.2

1.4
2.4

1.4
0.9

1.1
0.5

0.6
0.8

0.3
0.9

0.2
0.8

0.3
0.4

1.0
0.2

1.6

1.9

2.2

0.2

2.0

0.5

0.1

0.1

Total national defense .
Nondefense:
Construction and rehabilitation of physical
assets:
Water and power projects ....................
Other 1 ..................................................

Total direct investments 1 ........................................
Grants to State and local governments for major
physical investments:
Nondefense:
Transportation ..................................................
Community and regional development ............
Natural resources and environment.................
Other ................................................................

3.8

2.3

1.6

1.4

1.2

1.0

0.9

3.2

2.1

2.1

~2j

Total grants...............................................................

3.8

2.3

1.6

1.4

1.2

1.0

0.9

3.2

2.1

2.1

2.3

Total outlays for major physical capital
investments 1 .......................................................

25.1

38.7

117.3

279.8

298.5

298.4

112.1

20.8

16.1

14.5

15.5

Total nondefense.........................................
National defense ..................................................

See footnotes at end of table.

2 8 0 -1 0 0 0 - 9 1 - 4




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.6-OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1992-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

Category

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

1960

1961

Direct Investments
National defense:
Department of Defense, military ......................
Atomic energy & other .....................................

17.0
2.7

45.0
5.1

68.2
5.5

64.9
5.9

52.3
5.5

48.4
4.2

49.8
4.7

49.2
5.0

50.4
5.2

46.7
5.1

45.8
5.1

Total national defense..................................

19.7

50.1

73.7

70.8

57.8

52.6

54.5

54.2

55.6

51.7

50.9

Nondefense:
Construction and rehabilitation of physical
assets:
Water and power projects ...........................
Other 1 ........................................................

3.4
1.4

3.5
1.2

3.7
1.4

3.4
1.4

2.9
0.9

2.2
0.8

2.4
1.2

2.8
1.1

3.0
1.7

3.0
2.4

3.7
2.2

Subtotal 1 .................................................
Acquisition of major equipment 1 ....................

4.8
0.1

4.7
0.5

5.1
0.7

4.8
0.4

3.8
0.2

3.0
0.1

3.5
0.1

4.0
0.2

4.7
0.2

5.5
0.4

5.9
0.2

Total nondefense 1 ......................................

4.9

5.2

5.8

5.2

4.0

3.1

3.6

4.2

4.9

5.9

6.2

Total direct investments 1 .........................................

24.6

55.3

79.5

76.0

61.8

55.8

58.1

58.4

60.6

57.6

57.1

Grants to State and local governments for major
physical investments:
Nondefense:
Transportation ...................................................
Community and regional development ............
Natural resources and environment.................
Other ................................................................

1.9
*
*
0.6

1.8
*
*
0.5

2.1
0.1
*
0.8

2.2
0.1
0.1
0.6

2.5
0.2
0.1
0.7

2.9
0.1
0.1
0.4

3.6
0.1
0.1
0.4

5.7
0.2
0.2
0.5

9.7
0.3
0.3
0.5

11.0
0.4
0.3
0.5

9.9
0.5
0.3
0.5

Total nondefense..........................................

2.5

2.3

3.0

3.0

3.4

3.6

4.2

6.5

10.8

12.2

11.2

0.1

0.1

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

National defense...................................................
Total grants...............................................................

2.5

2.3

3.0

3.1

3.4

3.6

4.2

6.6

10.8

12.2

11.3

Total outlays for major physical capital
investments 1 .......................................................

27.1

57.7

82.5

79.0

65.2

59.4

62.3

64.9

71.4

69.8

68.4

See footnotes at end of table.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.6-OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1992-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

Category

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

Direct Investments
National defense:
Department of Defense, military ......................
Atomic energy & other ....................................

48.4
4.6

51.7
4.3

48.0
3.8

37.3
3.1

44.1
2.5

54.7
2.0

63.0
2.1

63.0
1.8

54.2
1.6

45.0
1.4

39.5
1.5

Total national defense.................................

53.0

56.0

51.8

40.4

46.7

56.7

65.1

64.8

55.8

46.5

41.0

Nondefense:
Construction and rehabilitation of physical
assets:
Water and power projects ..........................
Other 1 ........................................................

4.0
2.5

4.0
3.0

4.1
3.9

4.1
4.1

4.3
4.3

4.4
3.1

4.2
2.3

3.8
1.9

3.6
1.9

4.2
1.9

4.5
2.8

Subtotal 1 ................................................
Acquisition of major equipment 1 ....................

6.5
0.5

6.9
0.5

8.0
0.5

8.2
0.5

8.6
0.5

7.5
0.6

6.5
0.9

5.7
0.6

5.5
0.6

6.1
0.6

7.3
0.4

Total nondefense 1 .....................................

7.0

7.4

8.5

8.7

9.1

8.1

7.4

6.4

6.1

6.7

7.7

Total direct investments 1 ........................................

60.0

63.4

60.3

49.1

55.8

64.9

72.5

71.1

61.9

53.2

48.7

Grants to State and local governments for major
physical investments:
Nondefense:
Transportation ..................................................
Community and regional development ............
Natural resources and environment.................
Other .................................. .............................

10.3
0.6
0.3
0.5

11.0
0.8
0.5
0.6

13.0
1.7
0.5
0.5

14.2
2.0
0.6
0.5

13.6
1.4
0.7
0.8

13.2
1.6
0.7
1.3

13.4
2.4
1.0
1.6

13.0
2.9
0.9
1.5

12.4
4.5
1.0
1.5

12.2
4.9
1.6
1.2

11.8
5.5
1.5
1.1

Total nondefense.........................................

11.8

12.8

15.8

17.3

16.5

16.9

18.4

18.3

19.3

19.8

19.9
0.1

National defense ..................................................

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

*

*

*

*

*

*

16.5

16.9

18.4

18.3

19.4

19.9

20.0

72.3

81.8

90.9

89.4

81.3

73.0

68.7

Total grants...............................................................

11.8

12.9

15.8

17.3

Total outlays for major physical capital
investments 1 .......................................................

71.9

76.3

76.2

66.4

See footnotes at end of table.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 9.6-OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1992-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

Category

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

Direct Investments
National defense:
Department of Defense, military ......................
Atomic energy & other .....................................

34.9
1.3

32.8
1.0

31.6
1.5

30.6
1.6

6.8
0.4

31.9
1.8

32.9
1.4

37.4
1.5

38.4
1.2

41.1
1.7

46.2
1.8

Total national defense..................................

36.2

33.9

33.1

32.2

7.3

33.7

34.3

38.8

39.6

42.8

48.0

Nondefense:
Construction and rehabilitation of physical
assets:
Water and power projects ...........................
Other 1 ........................................................

4.4
3.2

4.7
2.8

5.1
2.3

5.2
2.5

1.4
0.7

5.8
2.4

6.1
3.0

6.3
3.0

5.3
3.1

5.2
3.0

4.4
2.8

Subtotal 1 ................................................
Acquisition of major equipment 1 ....................

7.6
0.6

7.5
0.7

7.4
0.7

7.8
0.6

2.0
0.1

8.2
0.6

9.1
0.6

9.3
0.9

8.4
0.8

8.2
1.1

7.2
1.3

Total nondefense 1 ......................................

8.2

8.2

8.2

8.3

2.2

8.8

9.7

10.2

9.1

9.3

8.5

Total direct investments 1 .........................................

44.4

42.1

41.3

40.5

9.5

42.5

44.0

49.0

48.7

52.1

56.4

Grants to State and local governments for major
physical investments:
Nondefense:
Transportation..................................................
Community and regional development............
Natural resources and environment.................
O ther................................................................

11.7
5.1
2.0
0.9

10.3
4.8
3.7
0.9

9.4
4.2
3.8
0.8

11.9
4.5
4.5
0.8

3.0
1.4
1.6
0.2

11.5
6.4
6.0
0.8

11.0
9.2
5.0
0.4

11.5
7.5
5.3
0.3

12.7
6.3
5.4
0.2

12.2
5.7
4.6
0.2

10.7
5.2
4.1
0.2

Total nondefense..........................................

19.7

19.6

18.2

21.7

6.2

24.7

24.6

24.5

20.1

National defense..................................................

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

*

0.1

25.6
*

0.1

0.1

22.7
*

Total grants...............................................................

19.8

19.7

18.3

21.8

6.2

24.8

25.7

24.7

24.6

22.7

20.2

Total outlays for major physical capital
investments 1 .......................................................

64.1

61.8

59.6

62.3

15.7

67.3

69.7

73.7

73.3

74.8

76.6

See footnotes at end of table.




*

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 9.6-OUTLAYS FOR MAJOR PUBLIC PHYSICAL CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN CONSTANT (FY 1982) DOLLARS: 1940-1992-Continued
(in billions of dollars)

Category

1984

1983

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

Direct Investments
National defense:
Department of Defense, military ........................................
Atomic energy & other .......................................................

54.8
2.1

60.7
2.5

69.3
3.0

74.7
2.8

82.7
2.6

81.4
2.5

84.6
3.2

83.9
1.8

78.0
2.3

70.7
3.2

Total national defense....................................................

56.9

63.2

72.3

77.5

85.4

84.0

87.8

85.7

80.3

74.0

Nondefense:
Construction and rehabilitation of physical assets:
Water and power projects .............................................
Other 1 ...........................................................................

4.6
2.5

3.9
3.3

4.5
3.4

4.1
3.6

4.5
3.7

4.7
4.3

4.2
4.1

4.7
4.5

4.3
5.4

4.9
6.1

Subtotal 1 ...................................................................
Acquisition of major equipment 1 ......................................

7.2
0.8

7.2
2.6

7.9
3.5

7.7
3.2

8.2
4.1

9.0
5.3

8.3
5.0

9.2
4.8

9.8
5.9

11.0
6.1

Total nondefense 1 ........................................................

8.0

9.8

11.4

11.0

12.3

14.3

13.3

14.0

15.6

17.1

Total direct investments 1 ...........................................................

64.9

73.0

83.7

88.4

97.7

98.3

101.1

99.6

95.9

91.1

Grants to State and local governments for major physical
investments:
Nondefense:
Transportation .....................................................................
Community and regional development ...............................
Natural resources and environment...................................
Other ...................................................................................

11.9
4.7
3.5
0.2

13.8
4.7
3.2
0.2

14.7
4.6
3.3
0.3

15.8
4.1
3.4
0.3

14.2
3.6
3.2
0.2

14.6
3.5
2.8
0.2

14.1
3.2
2.6
0.3

14.9
3.0
2.7
0.2

14.5
3.1
2.6
0.3

14.0
2.9
2.4
0.5

Total nondefense............................................................

20.3

21.9

22.9

23.5

21.1

21.1

20.2

20.9

20.6

19.8

National defense.....................................................................

*

★

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.2

*

Total grants..................................................................................

20.3

22.0

22.9

23.6

21.2

21.2

20.3

21.0

20.7

19.9

Total outlays for major physical capital investments 1 ...............

85.3

95.0

106.6

112.0

118.8

119.4

121.4

120.6

116.7

110.9

* $50 million or less.
NA: Not available.
1 Includes off-budget Postal Service investments for 1989-91. See footnote to table 9.1 for total amount.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 10.1— SUMMARY OF OUTLAYS FOR THE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 1949-1992
in Millions of Dollars
Fiscal Year

1949 ...................................

As Percentages of Total Outlays
National
De­
fense

As Percentages of GNP
National
De­
fense

In Billions of Constant (FY 1982)
Dollars

National
Defense

Nondefense

762

178

940

2.0

0.5

2.4

0.3

0.1

0.4

4.9

1.1

6.0

Total

Nondefense

Total

Nondefense

Total

National
De­
fense

Nondefense

Total

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

772
846
1,204
1,553
1,551

282
279
291
295
297

1,054
1,125
1,495
1,848
1,848

1.8
1.9
1.8
2.0
2.2

0.7
0.6
0.4
0.4
0.4

2.5
2.5
2.2
2.4
2.6

0.3
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.4

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.5

5.0
6.1
7.9
9.5
9.3

1.8
2.0
1.9
1.8
1.8

6.9
8.1
9.8
11.4
11.1

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

1,550
1,898
2,134
2,459
5,364

345
428
577
729
1,020

1,895
2,326
2,711
3,188
6,384

2.3
2.7
2.8
3.0
5.8

0.5
0.6
0.8
0.9
1.1

2.8
3.3
3.5
3.9
6.9

0.4
0.5
0.5
0.5
1.1

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2

0.5
0.6
0.6
0.7
1.3

8.9
10.3
11.3
12.1
24.5

2.0
2.3
3.1
3.6
4.7

10.9
12.6
14.4
15.7
29.2

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
....................................
....................................
...................................
...................................

5,937
6,922
7,090
7,144
7,865

1,385
1,864
2,747
4,221
5,931

7,322
8,786
9,837
11,365
13,796

6.4
7.1
6.6
6.4
6.6

1.5
1.9
2.6
3.8
5.0

7.9
9.0
9.2
10.2
11.6

1.2
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.3

0.3
0.4
0.5
0.7
0.9

1.4
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.2

26.9
30.4
30.6
29.7
31.4

6.3
8.2
11.9
17.6
23.8

33.2
38.7
42.5
47.3
55.2

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
....................................
....................................
...................................
....................................

7,077
7,097
8,068
8,544
8,314

6,763
7,821
7,894
7,628
7,346

13,840
14,918
15,962
16,172
15,660

6.0
5.3
5.1
4.8
4.5

5.7
5.8
5.0
4.3
4.0

11.7
11.1
10.1
9.1
8.5

1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.9

1.0
1.1
1.0
0.9
0.8

2.1
2.0
2.0
1.9
1.7

27.4
26.0
28.8
28.7
26.4

26.4
28.8
28.3
25.7
23.4

53.8
54.9
57.0
54.4
49.8

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

8,021
8,108
8,837
9,139
9,406

7,132
7,301
7,466
7,896
8,028

15,153
15,409
16,303
17,035
17,434

4.1
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.5

3.6
3.5
3.2
3.2
3.0

7.7
7.3
7.1
6.9
6.5

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7

0.7
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6

1.5
1.5
1.4
1.3
1.2

23.4
21.8
22.1
21.5
19.6

20.9
19.7
18.7
16.5
15.7

44.4
41.5
40.8
38.0
35.3

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

9,715
9,819
2,455
10,874
12,077
12,129

8,821
10,169
2,745
10,569
12,455
14,196

18,536
19,988
5,200
21,443
24,532
26,325

2.9
2.6
2.6
2.7
2.6
2.4

2.7
2.7
2.9
2.6
2.7
2.8

5.6
5.4
5.4
5.2
5.3
5.2

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.5

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.6

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1

18.1
16.9
4.1
17.3
17.9
16.6

15.2
16.2
4.2
15.4
17.2
18.6

33.3
33.1
8.3
32.8
35.2
35.2

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

14,643
16,937
19,809
22,298
25,765

15,592
17,231
14,850
13,602
15,221

30,235
34,168
34,660
35,900
40,986

2.5
2.5
2.7
2.8
3.0

2.6
2.5
2.0
1.7
1.8

5.1
5.0
4.6
4.4
4.8

0.5
0.6
0.6
0.7
0.7

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.4

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1

17.9
18.4
19.8
21.4
24.0

18.6
18.5
14.9
13.0
14.0

36.5
36.9
34.7
34.4
38.0

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
1 ................................

30,360
35,656
37,097
38,032
40,366

16,856
16,485
16,159
18,068
20,394

47,216
52,141
53,256
56,100
60,760

3.2
3.6
3.7
3.6
3.5

1.8
1.7
1.6
1.7
1.8

5.0
5.3
5.3
5.3
5.3

0.8
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.8

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2

27.4
31.5
31.9
31.4
32.0

15.0
14.3
13.7
14.8
15.9

42.4
45.8
45.6
46.2
47.9

1990 1 ................................
1991 estimate 1 .................
1992 estimate 1 .................

41,078
39,148
41,574

22,732
24,620
27,044

63,810
63,769
68,618

3.3
2.8
2.9

1.8
1.7
1.9

5.1
4.5
4.7

0.8
0.7
0.7

0.4
0.4
0.5

1.2
1.1
1.1

31.3
28.6
29.2

16.9
17.6
18.5

48.2
46.2
47.7

1 Includes off-budget Postal Service outlays of the following amounts (in millions of current dollars): 1989: 64; 1990: 82; 1991: 113. 1992: 98.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 10.2-CO M POSITIO N OF OUTLAYS FOR THE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 1949-1992
(in millions of dollars)

Category

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

National defense:
Department of Defense.....................................
Atomic energy defense.....................................

688
74

700
72

775
71

1,100
104

1,412
141

1,385
166

1,397
153

1,683
215

1,882
252

2,178
281

4,950
414

Total national defense...............................

762

772

846

1,204

1,553

1,551

1,550

1,898

2,134

2,459

5,364

42

43

44

51

50

40

49

50

60

63

48
4
64

43
8
73

50
15
78

55
28
91

72
31
126

115
47
157

111
NA

113
NA

116
NA

124
27

143
42

174
77

229
109

319
129

Nondefense (functional/program distribution of
major programs):
General science, space, and technology:
NASA ............................................................
NSF ...............................................................
Atomic energy general science.....................
Subtotal.....................................................
Energy ...............................................................
Transportation:
D O T...............................................................
NASA ..........................................................

82
NA

92
NA

94
NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

13

26

53

Subtotal.....................................................
Health:
NIH ................................................................
Other .............................................................

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

13

26

53

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

NA
NA

Subtotal.....................................................
Agriculture .........................................................
Natural resources and environment..................
All other 1 ..........................................................

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

NA
NA
NA
NA

45
49
38
50

51
53
38
39

69
62
32
31

81
82
38
42

134
86
45
48

157
97
54
57

216
104
88
111

Total nondefense ....................................

178

282

279

291

295

297

345

428

577

729

1,020

Total conduct of research and development 1 .....

940

1,054

1,125

1,495

1,848

1,848

1,895

2,326

2,711

3,188

6,384

Memorandum: Conduct of research and develop­
ment classified as grants (all nondefense) .......

11

14

14

14

14

13

21

31

40

46

55

See footnotes at end of table.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 10.2-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR THE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 1949-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

National defense:
Department of Defense......................................
Atomic energy defense......................................

5,517
420

6,466
456

6,689
401

6,792
352

7,419
446

6,623
454

6,675
422

7,649
419

8,071
473

7,762
552

7,519
502

Total national defense...............................

5,937

6,922

7,090

7,144

7,865

7,077

7,097

8,068

8,544

8,314

8,021

Nondefense:
General science, space, and technology:
NASA ............................................................
NSF ...............................................................
Atomic energy general science.....................

330
57
183

646
70
214

1,112
84
231

2,291
100
264

3,693
147
288

4,497
147
309

5,275
176
339

5,042
209
359

4,462
248
281

4,025
280
385

3,518
292
393

Subtotal.....................................................
Energy ...............................................................
Transportation:
D O T...............................................................
NASA ............................................................

570
159

930
173

1,427
397

2,655
462

4,128
502

4,953
478

5,790
452

5,610
478

4,991
515

4,690
469

4,203
451

77

89

83
31

111
36

107
40

159
58

117
75

69
89

107
128

96
162

224
183

Subtotal.....................................................
Health:
NIH ................................................................
Other .............................................................

77

89

114

147

147

217

192

158

235

258

407

247
30

295
35

398
36

511
40

637
66

523
67

536
202

795
110

784
199

859
214

879
194

Subtotal......................................................
Agriculture .........................................................
Natural resources and environment..................
All other 1 ..........................................................

277
107
68
127

330
117
106
119

434
129
100
146

551
142
118
146

703
154
120
177

590
179
140
206

738
205
160
284

905
215
181
347

983
231
207
466

1,073
232
232
392

1,073
246
301
451

Total nondefense .....................................

1,385

1,864

2,747

4,221

5,931

6,763

7,821

7,894

7,628

7,346

7,132

Total conduct of research and development 1 .....

7,322

8,786

9,837

11,365

13,796

13,840

14,918

15,962

16,172

15,660

15,153

Memorandum: Conduct of research and develop­
ment classified as grants (all nondefense).......

57

58

66

75

85

100

110

125

140

152

167

See footnotes at end of table.




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 10.2-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR THE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 1949-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

National defense:
Department of Defense.....................................
Atomic energy defense.....................................

7,639
469

8,238
599

8,529
610

8,960
446

9,284
431

9,341
478

2,312
143

10,210
664

10,726
1,351

11,045
1,083

13,469
1,174

Total national defense..............................

8,108

8,837

9,139

9,406

9,715

9,819

2,455

10,874

12,077

12,129

14,643

Nondefense:
General science, space, and technology:
NASA ............................................................
NSF ...............................................................
Atomic energy general science.....................

3,143
334
380

3,059
407
370

3,045
432
372

2,900
539
292

2,876
571
310

3,227
623
257

846
194
72

3,506
668
267

3,454
701
274

3,655
775
305

4,262
838
345

Subtotal.....................................................
Energy ...............................................................
Transportation:
D O T...............................................................
NASA ............................................................

3,857
454

3,836
329

3,849
379

3,731
525

3,757
933

4,107
1,424

1,112
521

4,441
2,197

4.429
2,542

4,735
3,304

5,445
3,289

444
205

291
221

299
235

322
283

307
309

329
324

100
82

315
336

326
379

350
408

412
449

Subtotal.................................... ................
Health:
NIH ................................................................
Other .............................................................

649

512

534

605

616

653

182

651

705

758

861

912
211

1,096
279

1,318
341

1,413
245

1,631
258

2,098
194

548
130

1,314
335

2,439
325

2,626
614

2,898
784

Subtotal.....................................................
Agriculture .........................................................
Natural resources and environment ..................
All other 1 .........................................................

1,123
268
351
599

1,375
296
507
611

1,659
293
539
643

1,658
315
511
683

1,889
352
647
627

2,292
416
646
631

678
100
166
-14

1,649
469
585
577

2,764
499
675
841

3,240
549
895
715

3,682
563
951
801

Total nondefense ....................................

7,301

7,466

7,896

8,028

8,821

10,169

2,745

10,569

12,455

14,196

15,592

Total conduct of research and development 1 .....

15,409

16,303

17,035

17,434

18,536

19,988

5,200

21,443

24,532

26,325

30,235

Memorandum: Conduct of research and develop­
ment classified as grants (all nondefense) .......

182

206

224

238

249

285

80

272

252

256

288

See footnotes at end of table.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 10.2-COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR THE CONDUCT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT: 1949-1992-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

38,247
2,831

36,363
2,785

38,655
2,919

40,366

41,078

39,148

41,574

3,252
1,513
618

4,220
1,570
680

5,624
1,520
784

6,158
1,702
897

6,859
1,936
1,076

4,695
2,321

5,383
2,287

6,470
2,454

7,927
2,342

8,757
2,435

9,872
2,813

489
568

347
557

323
580

322
755

272
701

365
816

407
908

1,027

1,057

905

903

1,077

973

1,181

1,315

3,942
617

4,412
719

4,837
738

4,942
869

6,022
849

6,634
912

7,092
1,162

7,320
1,408

7,736
1,528

4,461
717
856
570

4,560
754
846
787

5,131
775
884
689

5,574
798
924
738

5,811
796
886
745

6,872
838
1,052
732

7,546
908
1,056
883

8,253
937
1,220
1,081

8,728
987
1,376
1,157

9,264
1,022
1,434
1,325

14,850

13,602

15,221

16,856

16,485

16,159

18,068

20,394

22,732

24,620

27,044

34,168

34,660

35,900

40,986

47,216

52,141

53,256

56,100

60,760

63,810

63,769

68,618

251

290

197

223

215

319

464

478

412

345

370

393

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

National defense:
Department of Defense.....................
Atomic energy defense .....................

15,739
1,199

18,363
1,447

20,566
1,732

23,850
1,915

28,165
2,195

33,396
2,260

34,732
2,365

35,605
2,427

37,819
2,547

Total national defense..............

16,937

19,809

22,298

25,765

30,360

35,656

37,097

38,032

Nondefense:
General science, space, and
technology:
N ASA............................................
N S F...............................................
Atomic energy general science

4,798
900
501

2,697
1,020
401

1,999
998
464

3,023
1,127
505

2,410
1,182
510

2,863
1,399
510

2,693
1,426
576

Subtotal .....................................
Energy...............................................
Transportation:
DOT ..............................................
N ASA............................................

6,199
3,681

4,118
3,330

3,461
2,728

4,656
2,762

4,102
4,249

4,772
2,622

409
481

341
523

270
539

342
515

467
559

Subtotal .....................................
Health:
N IH ................................................
O ther..............................................

890

864

809

857

3,352
732

3,435
906

3,532
929

Subtotal .....................................
Agriculture..........................................
Natural resources and environment...
All other f ..........................................

4,084
643
912
822

4,341
696
838
664

Total nondefense ....................

17,231

Total conduct of research and
development 1 ...................................
Memorandum: Conduct of research and
development classified as grants (all
nondefense) ......................................

NA Separate detail not available; however, the data are included in the totals.
Note; The Atomic energy defense component includes relatively small amounts of R&D for FEMA beginning in 1983.
1 Includes off-budget Postal-Service amounts as shown in the footnote to Table 10.1.




105

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.1— SUMMARY COMPARISON OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996

Fiscal Year

Composition of Payments for Individ­
uals In Millions of Dollars
Total

Direct

Grants

As Percentages of Total Outlays
Total

Direct

Grants

As Percentages of GNP
Total

In Billions of Constant (FY
1982) Dollars

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

Grants

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

1,657
1,730
1,758
1,647
1,721

1,360
1,374
1,348
1,220
1,260

298
356
410
427
461

17.5
12.7
5.0
2.1
1.9

14.4
10.1
3.8
1.6
1.4

3.1
2.6
1.2
0.5
0.5

1.7
1.5
1.2
0.9
0.9

14
1.2
0.9
0.7
0.6

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2

11.7
11.6
10.9
9.2
9.0

9.6
9.2
8.3
6.8
6.6

2.1
2.4
2.5
2.4
2.4

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

2,215
5,673
9,052
9,043
10,065

1,784
5,222
8,292
8,208
9,029

432
451
761
835
1,036

2.4
10.3
26.2
30.4
25.9

1.9
9.5
24.0
27.6
23.3

0.5
0.8
2.2
2.8
2.7

1.0
2.7
4.0
3.6
3.8

0.8
2.5
3.7
3.3
3.4

0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4

11.1
26.6
38.7
35.6
38.6

8.9
24.4
35.4
32.3
34.6

2.2
2.1
3.2
3.3
4.0

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

13,664
10,279
10,853
10,950
12,610

12,407
8,955
9,528
9,460
10,999

1,257
1,324
1,325
1,490
1,611

32.1
22.6
16.0
14.4
17.8

29.2
19.7
14.1
12.4
15.5

3.0
2.9
2.0
2.0
2.3

5.1
3.3
3.2
3.0
3.4

4.7
2.8
2.8
2.6
3.0

0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4

52.6
37.4
38.2
37.6
42.8

47.7
32.6
33.5
32.5
37.3

4.8
4.8
4.7
5.1
5.5

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

14,297
15,208
17,027
20,931
22,757

12,674
13,534
15,226
18,810
20,393

1,623
1,674
1,802
2,121
2,364

20.9
21.5
22.2
25.4
24.7

18.5
19.2
19.9
22.8
22.1

2.4
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.6

3.7
3.6
3.9
4.6
4.7

3.3
3.2
3.5
4.2
4.2

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.5

48.3
50.6
55.0
65.9
70.5

42.8
45.0
49.2
59.2
63.2

5.5
5.6
5.8
6.7
7.3

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

24,162
27,525
28,938
30,958
32,217

21,682
24,907
25,987
27,677
28,658

2,480
2,618
2,951
3,280
3,559

26.2
28.2
27.1
27.8
27.2

23.5
25.5
24.3
24.9
24.2

2.7
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0

4.8
5.3
5.2
5.3
5.1

4.3
4.8
4.7
4.7
4.6

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6

73.2
82.2
85.2
89.6
91.6

65.7
74.4
76.5
80.1
81.5

7.5
7.8
8.7
9.5
10.1

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

33,103
37,076
43,211
49,849
57,225

29,385
32,771
38,392
43,779
49,983

3,718
4,305
4,819
6,070
7,243

28.0
27.6
27.4
28.0
31.2

24.9
24.4
24.4
24.6
27.2

3.1
3.2
3.1
3.4
3.9

4.9
5.0
5.4
5.9
6.2

4.4
4.4
4.8
5.2
5.4

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.7
0.8

92.7
101.4
114.8
128.2
140.8

82.3
89.6
102.0
112.6
123.0

10.4
11.8
12.8
15.6
17.8

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

64,806
80,564
93,055
104,739
120,407

56,079
70,030
79,112
90,860
105,557

8,727
10,533
13,943
13,879
14,851

33.1
38.3
40.3
42.6
44.7

28.7
33.3
34.3
37.0
39.2

4.5
5.0
6.0
5.6
5.5

6.5
7.6
8.1
8.2
8.5

5.7
6.6
6.9
7.1
7.5

0.9
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0

152.5
181.3
200.4
216.2
228.9

132.0
157.6
170.4
187.5
200.7

20.5
23.7
30.0
28.6
28.2

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

153,836
180,550
45,482
196,854
211,606
233,584

137,074
160,492
40,396
174,144
186,811
206,024

16,762
20,058
5,085
22,710
24,795
27,561

46.3
48.6
47.4
48.1
46.1
46.4

41.2
43.2
42.1
42.6
40.7
40.9

5.0
5.4
5.3
5.5
5.4
5.5

10.1
10.6
10.1
10.2
9.7
9.5

9.0
9.5
9.0
9.0
8.6
8.4

1.1
1.2
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.1

266.4
292.4
71.4
296.3
297.7
302.5

237.4
259.9
63.4
262.1
262.8
266.8

29.0
32.5
8.0
34.2
34.9
35.7

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................
...................................

278,212
324,333
357,663
396,287
400,891

245,560
286,482
318,863
353,715
355,538

32,652
37,851
38,800
42,572
45,353

47.1
47.8
48.0
49.0
47.1

41.6
42.2
42.8
43.8
41.7

5.5
5.6
5.2
5.3
5.3

10.4
10.9
11.4
11.9
10.9

9.2
9.6
10.2
10.6
9.6

1.2
1.3
1.2
1.3
1.2

325.5
345.3
357.7
379.5
369.7

287.3
305.0
318.9
338.7
327.9

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

426,899
450,828
470,827
500,211
535,576

377,547
396,603
413,072
437,776
468,223

49,352
54,225
57,755
62,434
67,353

45.1
45.5
46.9
47.0
46.8

39.9
40.1
41.1
41.1
40.9

5.2
5.5
5.8
5.9
5.9

10.8
10.8
10.6
10.5
10.4

9.6
9.5
9.3
9.2
9.1

1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

381.1
391.9
393.7
401.8
412.1

337.1
344.8
345.4
351.7
360.3

38.2
40.3
38.8
40.8
41.8
44.1
47.1
48.3
50.2
51.8

1990 ...................................
1991 estimate....................
1992 estimate....................
1993 estimate....................
1994 estimate.....................

583,796
649,715
700,617
748,105
803,664

505,146
555,022
594,382
630,432
673,415

78,649
94,693
106,235
117,673
130,249

46.6
46.1
48.5
51.4
56.3

40.4
39.4
41.1
43.4
47.2

6.3
6.7
7.3
8.1
9.1

10.8
11.6
11.7
11.6
11.7

9.3
9.9
9.9
9.8
9.8

1.5
1.7
1.8
1.8
1.9

429.0
451.7
467.9
481.3
499.1

371.2
385.9
397.0
405.6
418.2

57.8
65.8
71.0
75.7
80.9

1995 estimate.....................
1996 estimate.....................

858,135
911,718

715,239
756,804

142,897
154,914

58.4
59.2

48.6
49.1

9.7
10.1

11.7
11.7

9.8
9.7

1.9
2.0

514.9
529.1

429.2
439.2

85.7
89.9

Note: Includes both on and off-budget Federal outlays. Off-budget social security payments for individuals are shown separately in Table 11.2.




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Table 11.2-FUNCTIONAL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Category and Function
Direct Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government.....................................
Total direct payments for individuals..............
Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security.............................................
650 Social security...............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government.....................................
Total grants for payments for individuals .......
Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security.............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government.....................................
Total payments for individuals ........................
See footnotes at end of table.




1941

1940

1942

1944

1943

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

9

11

12

10

10

11

14

18

20

22

22

24

37

753
16
578

724
64
573

663
110
561

479
149
574

392
185
661

465
240
1,054

1,690
321
3,185

1,476
426
6,358

1,473
512
6,188

2,002
607
6,371

1,360

1,374

1,348

1,220

1,260

1,784

5,222

8,292

8,208

9,029

18

20

22

20

20

20

22

33

29

34

279

334

386

405

440

410

428

726

804

999

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

3

298

356

410

427

461

432

451

761

835

1,036

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

9

11

12

27

30

33

34

38

40

44

56

54

71

1,032
16
579

1,058
64
574

1,049
110
562

884
149
575

832
185
662

875
240
1,055

2,118
321
3,186

2,202
426
6,360

2,277
512
6,190

3,001
607
6,374

1,657

1,730

1,758

1,647

1,721

2,215

5,673

9,052

9,043

10,065

*

*

*

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.2-FU N CTIO N AL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

Category and Function
Direct Payments for individuals:
400 Transportation..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare
.....................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government....................................
Total direct payments for individuals..............
Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services
..................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government....................................
Total grants for payments for individuals .......
Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare .....................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government....................................
Total payments for individuals ........................
See footnotes at end of table.




1950

1952

1951

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

13

16

16

18

18

20

24

25

26

28

45

50

54

61

65

66

75

89

102

113

2,798
727
8,824

1,835
1,498
5,556

2,104
1,982
5,371

2,254
2,627
4,500

3,171
3,275
4,469

3,573
4,333
4,682

3,134
5,361
4,941

3,565
6,515
5,032

5,335
8,043
5,304

5,353
9,510
5,389

12,407

8,955

9,528

9,460

10,999

12,674

13,534

15,226

18,810

20,393

40

45

47

48

42

41

50

55

61

64

1,214

1,275

1,274

1,439

1,566

1,576

1,619

1,741

2,054

2,294

3

4

4

4

4

5

6

6

6

6

1,257

1,324

1,325

1,490

1,611

1,623

1,674

1,802

2,121

2,364

13

16

16

18

18

20

24

25

26

28

85

95

102

109

107

107

125

144

163

177

4,012
727
8,827

3,110
1,498
5,559

3,378
1,982
5,374

3,693
2,627
4,503

4,737
3,275
4,473

5,149
4,333
4,687

4,753
5,361
4,946

5,306
6,515
5,038

7,389
8,043
5,310

7,646
9,510
5,395

13,664

10,279

10,853

10,950

12,610

14,297

15,208

17,027

20,931

22,757

★

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

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Table 11.2-FUNCTIO NAL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-199&-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category and Function
Direct Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security.............................................
650 Social security...............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government.....................................
Total direct payments for individuals..............
Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation
........................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare
..............................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security ...........................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
.......
750 Administration of justice
800 General government ..................................
Total grants for payments for individuals .......
Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services
...................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare
..............................
600 Income security.............................................
650 Social security...............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government
Total payments for individuals ........................
See footnotes at end of table.




1960

1962

1961

1964

1963

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

29

30

31

32

34

37

41

45

48

53

119

127

126

134

152

154

45
198

4,788
11,395
5,350

6,890
12,203
5,657

6,166
14,050
5,614

6,165
15,459
5,887

6,335
16,250
5,887

6,128
17,081
5,984

6,180
20,264
6,042
1

226
248
3,172
6,680
21,293
6,729
1

460
191
5,126
7,573
23,299
7,082
1

570
262
6,299
8,326
26,705
7,767
1

21,682

24,907

25,987

27,677

28,658

29,385

32,771

38,392

43,779

49,983

56

87

188

249

329

420

956

1,430

2,119

2,694

2,418

2,523

2,756

3,024

3,222

3,290

3,340

3,379

3,940

4,535

6

8

7

7

8

8

9

9

11

14

2,480

2,618

2,951

3,280

3,559

3,718

4,305

4,819

6,070

7,243

29

30

31

32

34

37

41

45

48

53

175

214

314

383

482

575

45
1,154

7,206
11,395
5,356

9,413
12,203
5,665

8,922
14,050
5,622

9,189
15,459
5,895

9,557
16,250
5,894

9,417
17,081
5,992

9,520
20,264
6,051
1

226
1,678
3,172
10,059
21,293
6,737
1

460
2,310
5,126
11,512
23,299
7,093
1

570
2,956
6,299
12,861
26,705
7,781
1

24,162

27,525

28,938

30,958

32,217

33,103

37,076

43,211

49,849

57,225

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.2-FUNCTIONAL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

Category and Function
Direct Payments for individuals:
400 Transportation..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ..............................
800 General government....................................
Total direct payments for individuals..............
Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services ...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ..............................
800 General government....................................
Total grants for payments for individuals .
Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation ..............................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social
services...........................................................
550 Health...........................................................
570 Medicare ......................................................
600 Income security............................................
650 Social security..............................................
700 Veterans benefits and services....................
750 Administration of justice ...............................
800 General government....................................
Total payments for individuals ........................
See footnotes a end of table.
t




1971

1970

1972

1974

1973

1975

1976

TQ

1977

1978

59

65

71

76

86

105

122

33

140

156

503
348
6,784
9,935
29,651
8,799
1

904
427
7,478
15,925
35,132
10,098
1

1,067
433
8,364
18,633
39,364
11,180
1

1,199
497
9,040
19,398
48,176
12,472
2

1,054
499
10,680
24,792
54,990
13,454
1

1,582
631
14,121
40,584
63,558
16,490
4

2,359
719
16,942
49,375
72,702
18,270
4

589
183
4,584
11,537
19,458
4,010
1

2,658
842
20,779
48,070
83,698
17,953
3

3,006
892
24,275
47,342
92,447
18,688
5

56,079

70,030

79,112

90,860

105,557

137,074

160,492

40,396

174,144

186,811

3,187

3,842

5,301

5,439

6,651

22
7,998

35
10,009

6
2,526

62
11,087

56
12,103

5,523

6,672

8,624

8,421

8,175

8,716

9,983

2,546

11,514

12,596

17

18

18

20

25

26

31

8

48

41

8,727

10,533

13,943

13,879

14,851

16,762

20,058

5,085

22,710

24,795

59

65

71

76

86

105

122

33

140

156

503
3,534
6,784
15,458
29,651
8,816
1

904
4,270
7,478
22,598
35,132
10,116
1

1,067
5,734
8,364
27,257
39,364
11,198
1

1,199
5,936
9,040
27,818
48,176
12,492
2

1,054
7,149
10,680
32,967
54,990
13,479
1

1,604
8,628
14,121
49,300
63,558
16,516
4

2,394
10,727
16,942
59,358
72,702
18,301
4

595
2,709
4,584
14,083
19,458
4,018
1

2,720
11,929
20,779
59,584
83,698
18,001
3

3,061
12,994
24,275
59,938
92,447
18,729
5

64,806

80,564

93,055

104,739

120,407

153,836

180,550

45,482

196,854

211,606

110

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Table 11.2-FUNCTIONAL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

Payments for Individuals:
Transportation ...................................................................
Education, training, employment, and social services .....
Health................................................................................
Medicare ...........................................................................
Income security.................................................................
Social security...................................................................
Veterans benefits and services.........................................
Administration of justice ...................................................
General government.........................................................

174
3,707
1,003
28,160
50,897
102,594
19,484
5

207
5,012
1,261
33,954
67,156
117,065
20,897
6

239
6,087
1,262
41,267
77,236
137,881
22,502
8

258
5,699
1,776
49,167
84,402
153,917
23,637
8

292
6,548
1,602
55,499
96,600
168,513
24,652
10

311
6,919
1,147
60,951
85,102
176,053
25,047
8

299
7,622
1,184
69,649
86,615
186,432
25,735
11

336
7,826
1,181
74,184
90,287
196,547
26,229
11

350
7,262
1,090
79,913
92,763
205,105
26,570
20

Total direct payments for individuals ...................................

206,024

245,560

286,482

318,863

353,715

355,538

377,547

396,603

413,072

62
13,914

78
15,551

78
18,466

57
18,638

51
19,921

70
21,587

76
24,193

82
26,567

66
29,186

13,535

16,973

19,257

20,049

22,543

23,638

24,999

27,494

28,409

49

49

50

57

57

59

84

81

94

Total grants for payments for individuals ............................

27,561

32,652

37,851

38,800

42,572

45,353

49,352

54,225

57,755

Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation ...................................................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social services .....
550 Health................................................................................
570 Medicare ...........................................................................
600 Income security.................................................................
650 Social security...................................................................
700 Veterans benefits and services.........................................
750 Administration of justice ....................................................
800 General government
...........................................

174
3,769
14,917
28,160
64,432
102,594
19,533
5

207
5,091
16,813
33,954
84,129
117,065
20,947
6

239
6,165
19,728
41,267
96,493
137,881
22,552
8

258
5,756
20,414
49,167
104,450
153,917
23,694
8

292
6,599
21,522
55,499
119,143
168,513
24,709
10

311
6,988
22,734
60,951
108,740
176,053
25,106
8

299
7,697
25,377
69,649
111,614
186,432
25,819
11

336
7,908
27,749
74,184
117,781
196,547
26,311
11

350
7,328
30,276
79,913
121,172
205,105
26,664
20

Total payments for individuals .............................................

233,584

278,212

324,333

357,663

396,287

400,891

426,899

450,828

470,827

Category and Function
Direct
400
500
550
570
600
650
700
750
800

Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation ...................................................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social services .....
550 Health................................................................................
570 Medicare ........................................................ ..................
600 Income security.................................................................
650 Social security...................................................................
700 Veterans benefits and services.........................................
750 Administration of justice ...................................................
800 General government.........................................................

See footnotes at end of table.




*

*

★

1987

*

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.2-FUNCTIONAL COMPOSITION OF OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Category and Function

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

479
9,693
2,733
124,367
138,326
286,159
32,078
47
500

510
8,709
2,739
137,069
144,235
303,891
32,979
49
250

543
7,294
2,747
153,269
153,370
320,353
35,789
49

573
6,560
2,793
171,655
161,083
336,947
35,577
49

604
1,975
2,860
193,144
168,967
353,994
35,211
49

555,022

594,382

630,432

673,415

715,239

756,804

1991
estimate

1988

1989

1990

Direct Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...................................................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social services .....
550 Health................................................................................
570 Medicare ...........................................................................
600 Income security.................................................................
650 Social security...................................................................
700 Veterans benefits and services........................................
750 Administration of justice ...................................................
800 General government.........................................................

360
7,931
1,312
85,704
97,504
216,808
28,141
17

386
9,691
1,321
94,299
103,182
230,138
29,188
18

402
10,219
1,474
107,410
110,681
246,496
28,427
37

443
10,082
2,033
113,754
130,518
266,745
30,903
44
500

Total direct payments for individuals..................................

437,776

468,223

505,146

*

1992
estimate

Grants to States for Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...................................................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social services ..
550 Health...............................................................................
570 Medicare ...........................................................................
600 Income security.................................................................
650 Social security...................................................................
700 Veterans benefits and services........................................
750 Administration of justice ...................................................
800 General government.........................................................

68
32,260

68
36,355

73
43,485

90
54,454

33
62,977

71,835

81,663

92,090

103,154

30,000

30,805

34,960

40,004

43,050

45,642

48,364

50,573

51,525

106

125

131

146

175

196

223

234

235

Total grants for payments for individuals ............................

62,434

67,353

78,649

94,693

106,235

117,673

130,249

142,897

154,914

Total Payments for Individuals:
400 Transportation...................................................................
500 Education, training, employment, and social services .....
550 Health...............................................................................
570 Medicare ..........................................................................
600 Income security.................................................................
650 Social security...................................................................
700 Veterans benefits and services........................................
750 Administration of justice ...................................................
800 General government.........................................................

360
7,999
33,572
85,704
127,504
216,808
28,247
17

386
9,759
37,676
94,299
133,987
230,138
29,312
18

402
10,293
44,959
107,410
145,641
246,496
28,558
37

443
10,171
56,488
113,754
170,521
266,745
31,048
44
500

479
9,726
65,709
124,367
181,377
286,159
32,253
47
500

510
8,709
74,574
137,069
189,877
303,891
33,176
49
250

543
7,294
84,410
153,269
201,734
320,353
36,012
49

573
6,560
94,883
171.655
211.656
336,947
35,811
49

604
1,975
106,015
193,144
220,491
353,994
35,445
49

Total payments for individuals ............................................

500,211

535,576

583,796

649,715

700,617

748,105

803,664

858,135

911,718

* $500 thousand or less.
Note: Includes both on and off-budget outlays. All social security payments for individuals are off-budget.




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Table 11.3-O U TLA YS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1941

1940
Program
Total

Direct

Grants

1942

Direct

Total

Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security old age and survivors insurance ...................
Railroad retirement..................................................................

16
113

16
113

64
121

64
121

110
126

110
126

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..................

129

129

186

186

237

237

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement....................................................................
Civil service retirement............................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation ............................
Other
.
......................................................................

60
68
244
17

60
68
244
17

65
74
247
16

65
74
247
16

70
78
246
16

70
78
246
16

Total Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance........

389

389

402

402

410

410

451

451

377

Grants

377

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE...............................................

498

498

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans ..................................
O ther........................................................................................

69
27

68
10

1
18

73
30

72
10

1
20

81
32

79
11

1
22

Total, Medical Care ............................................................

97

78

18

104

82

21

113

90

23

5

10

330

376
185

185

561

185

HOUSING ASSISTANCE

5

..........................................

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ....................................
..........
Veterans non-service connected pensions

279
185

185

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs................

464

185

279
279

330
186

186

516

186

330

10
376

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits...................................

80

80

67

07

50

50

Total All Other Payments for Individuals ..........................

80

80

67

67

50

50

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS .....................

1,657

1,360

1,730

1,374

1,758

1,348

376

See footnote at end of table.




298

356

410

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Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1944

1943

Program
Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

1945
Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Railroad retirement.....................................................................................

149
130

149
130

185
134

185
134

240
141

Grants

240
141

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

280

280

319

319

381

381

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other..........................................................................................................

75
85
251
16

75
85
251
16

80
105
365
17

80
105
365
17

85
154
497
18

85
154
497
18

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

428

428

567

567

754

754

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

176

176

61

61

71

71

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

87
34

85
14

1
20

97
38

96
18

1
20

131
40

129
20

1
20

Total, Medical Care ...............................................................................

121

100

21

136

114

22

171

149

22

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

10

10

10

10

9

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

395
191

395

430
130

430

191

130

401
235

235

560

130

636

235

401

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

586

191

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ....................................................

46

46

70

70

193

193

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

46

46

70

70

193

193

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

1,647

1,220

1,721

1,260

2,215

1,784

See footnote a end of table.
t




395

9

427

430

461

401

432

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Table 11.3-O U TLA YS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1946

1947

1948

Program
Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Railroad retirement.....................................................................................

321
152

321
152

426
173

426
173

512
222

Grants

512
222

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

472

472

599

599

734

734

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other...........................................................................................................

93
287
942
17

93
287
942
17

122
296
1,400
25

122
296
1,400
25

136
243
1,434
26

136
243
1,434
26

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance...........................

1,340

1,340

1,844

1,844

1,839

1,839

869

869

858

858

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

1,145

1,145

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other...........................................................................................................

253
43

252
22

1
22

516
55

515
22

2
33

559
53

557
24

2
29

Total, Medical C a re ...............................................................................

23

571

536

35

612

581

31

296

274

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits......................................................................

1,342

1,342

3,566

3,566

3,174

3,174

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

1,342

1,342

3,566

3,566

3,174

3,174

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

7

7

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................
PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

421
275

275

421
421

3

3

76

68

68

76

‘

6

76

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................

6

76

68

68

644

732
386

386

1,118

386

644
332

332

976

332

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

696

275

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ....................................................

374

374

546

546

637

637

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

374

374

546

546

637

637

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

5,673

5,222

9,052

8,292

9,043

8,208

See footnote at end of table.




451

644

732

761

732

835

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Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1950

1949
Program
SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance............
Railroad retirement...........................................................

Total

Direct

607
278

Grants

Total

Direct

1951
Grants

Total

Direct

727
300

727
300

1,498
317

1,498
317

885

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..........

607
278

1,027

1,027

1,815

Grants

1,815

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.............................................................
Civil service retirement ....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation......................
O ther................................................................................

162
220
1,467
27

162
220
1,467
27

195
267
1,533
38

195
267
1,533
38

324
269
1,516
44

324
269
1,516
44

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ..

1,877

1,877

2,032

2,032

2,153

2,153

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .......................................

1,327

1,327

2,013

2,013

898

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans...........................
Other.................................................................................

620
70

617
36

3
34

764
84

761
44

744
94

741
49

4
45

Total, Medical Care ......................................................

690

653

37

848

805

838

790

48

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits............................................

3,207

3,207

2,739

2,739

1,953

1,953

Total, Assistance to Students .....................................

3,207

3,207

2,739

2,739

1,953

1,953

HOUSING ASSISTANCE.....................................................

3

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Child nutrition and special milk programs........................

75

75

83

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ..........................

75

75

83

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States .................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ......................

921
424

921

1,123
476

1,123

424

476

1,186
520

520

1,599

476

1,706

520

43

7

7

7

83

83

83

83

83

83
1,186

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs.........

1,345

424

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...........................

656

656

3,315

3,315

826

826

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals....................

656

656

3,315

3,315

826

826

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS..............

10,065

9,029

13,664

12,407

10,279

8,955

See footnote at end of table.




921

1,036

1,123

1,257

1,186

1,324

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Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1952

1953

1954

Program
Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance...........
Railroad retirement...........................................................

1,982
385

1,982
385

2,627
459

2,627
459

3,275
496

3,275
496

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..........

2,367

2,367

3,087

3,087

3,771

3,771

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.............................................................
Civil service retirement ....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation.....................
Other.................................................................................

329
299
1,545
52

329
299
1,545
52

358
361
1,713
61

358
361
1,713
61

386
409
1,731
63

386
409
1,731
63

2,225

2,225

2,493

2,493

2,589

2,589

1,836

Grants

1,836

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance
UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .......................................

1,057

1,057

1,034

1,034

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans..........................
Other.................................................................................

783
100

779
53

755
108

752
60

4
48

675
106

672
64

4
42

863

812

51

781

736

46

Total, Medical Care .....................................................

883

832

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits ............................................

1,326

1,326

668

668

546

546

Total, Assistance to Students ....................................

1,326

1,326

668

668

546

546

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ....................................................

12

26

26

44

44

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Child nutrition and special milk programs.......................

84

83

83

84

84

84

83

83

84

84

1,178

1,330
660

1,330
660

1,438
716

716

1,990

660

2,153

716

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance .........................

84

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions .....................

1,178
558

51

558

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs........

1,735

558

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ..........................

1,163

1,163

707

707

805

805

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals...................

1,163

1,163

707

707

805

805

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.............

10,853

9,528

10,950

9,460

12,610

10,999

See footnote at end of table.




1,178

1,438

1,325

1,330

1,490

1,438

1,611

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Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1956

1955
Program

Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

1957
Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance............
Railroad retirement...........................................................

4,333
579

4,333
579

5,361
604

5,361
604

6,515
675

Grants

6,515
675

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..........

4,912

4,912

5,965

5,965

7,190

7,190

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.............................................................
Civil service retirement ....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation......................
Other................................................................................

419
428
1,828
71

419
428
1,828
71

477
504
1,864
77

477
504
1,864
77

511
588
1,876
84

511
588
1,876
84

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ..

2,746

2,746

2,922

2,922

3,059

3,059

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .......................................

2,099

2,099

1,498

1,498

1,729

1,729

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans...........................
Other................................................................................

706
106

700
65

5
41

768
123

762
73

6
50

780
142

774
87

6
55

Total, Medical C a re .....................................................

811

765

46

891

836

55

922

861

61

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits............................................

678

678

781

781

787

787

Total, Assistance to Students .....................................

678

678

781

781

787

787

HOUSING ASSISTANCE .....................................................

67

67

82

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Child nutrition and special milk programs........................

83

83

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ..........................

83

83

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ......................

1,427
800

1,427
800

1,455
883

883

2,338

883

82

91

82

82

98

82

82
1,455

87
98
98
1,556

1,556
950

950

2,507

950

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs.........

2,227

800

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...........................

674

674

651

651

645

645

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals....................

674

674

651

651

645

645

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS..............

14,297

12,674

15,208

13,534

17,027

15,226

See footnote at end of table.




1,427

1,623

1,455

1,674

1,556

1,802

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Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1958

1959

1960

Program
Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

Grants

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance............
Social security: disability insurance..................................
Railroad retirement...........................................................

7,875
168
721

7,875
168
721

9,046
339
768

9,046
339
768

10,266
528
943

Grants

10,266
528
943

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..........

8,764

8,764

10,153

10,153

11,738

11,738

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.............................................................
Civil service retirement ....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation......................
Other.................................................................................

562
696
2,024
90

562
696
2,024
90

641
783
2,071
103

641
783
2,071
103

694
893
2,049
95

694
893
2,049
95

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ..

3,372

3,372

3,597

3,597

3,730

3,730

3,206

3,206

2,782

2,782

931
173

925
117

6
56

1,104

1,043

62

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ........................................

3,288

3,288

MEDICAL CARE:
Hospital and medical care for veterans...........................
Other.................................................................................

832
162

826
61

894
176

887

101

67

1,069

999

112

70

Total, Medical Care .....................................................

993

926

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits ............................................

711

711

585

585

392

392

Total, Assistance to Students ......................................

711

711

585

585

392

392

HOUSING ASSISTANCE .....................................................

99

4

95

117

6

111

140

13

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Child nutrition and special milk programs........................

165

165

216

216

232

232

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ..........................

165

165

216

216

232

232

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States .................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ......................

1,795
1,036

1,795

1,966
1,153

1,966

1,036

1,153

2,059
1,263

1,263

3,119

1,153

3,322

1,263

127

2,059

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs.........

2,831

1,036

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...........................

708

708

693

693

720

720

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals....................

708

708

693

693

720

720

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS..............

20,931

18,810

22,757

20,393

24,162

21,682

See footnote a end of table.
t




1,795

2,121

1,966

2,364

2,059

2,480

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1962

1961

Program
Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.............
Social security: disability insurance..................................
Railroad retirement............................................................

11,162
703
982

Grants

Total

Direct

11,162
703
982

12,666

12,666

1,011

1,011

1,024

1963
Grants

Total

Direct

1,024

13,846
1,171
1,064

13,846
1,171
1,064

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement ...........

12,848

12,848

14,702

14,702

16,080

16,080

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement..............................................................
Civil service retirement .....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation......................
O ther.................................................................................

786
951
2,034
99

786
951
2,034
99

894
1,060
2,017
103

894
1,060
2,017
103

1,015
1,178
2,116
110

1,015
1,178
2,116

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ...

3,871

3,871

4,075

4,075

4,418

4,418

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ........................................

4,426

4,426

3,475

3,475

3,212

3,212

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicaid ............................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans............................
Other..................................................................................

23
996
189

1,035
124

103
7
85

1,102

125

103
1,043
209

Total, Medical Care ......................................................

1,208

1,114

1,354

1,159

195

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Veterans education benefits.............................................

246

246

159

159

102

102

Total, Assistance to Students ......................................

246

246

159

159

102

102

15

140

167

13

154

182

11

Grants

95

110

157
221

1,094
129

157
7
92

1,479

1,223

256

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ......................................................

155

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ........................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.........................

239

239

14
261

14
258

20
263

19
262

239

275

272

284

281

2,144

2,329
1,635

2,329
1,635

2,572
1,698

1,698

3,964

1,635

4,271

1,698

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...........................

239

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ..................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions .......................

2,144
1,532

1,532

170

2,572

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..........

3,676

1,532

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...........................
Refugee assistance and other .........................................

857

857

768

768

877
53

877
53

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.....................

857

857

768

768

930

930

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS...............

27,525

24,907

28,938

25,987

30,958

27,677

See footnote at end of table.




2,144

2,618

2,329

2,951

2,572

3,280

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Table 11.3-O U TLA YS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1965

1966

Program
Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement.....................................................................................

14,578
1,250
1,092

Grants

Total

Direct

14,578
1,250
1,092

15,229
1,392
1,116

Grants

Total

Direct

15,229
1,392
1,116

18,072
1,723
1,194

18,072
1,723
1,194

Grants

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

16,920

16,920

17,738

17,738

20,989

20,989

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other ......................................................................................................

1,209
1,320
2,158
108

1,209
1,320
2,158
108

1,384
1,440
2,176
106

1,384
1,440
2,176
106

1,591
1,687
2,221
107

1,591
1,687
2,221
107

Total Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

4,795

4,795

5,106

5,106

5,607

5,607

2,537

2,537

2,068

2,068

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

3,012

3,012

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicaid ..................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other...........................................................................................................

210
1,182
266

1,174
146

210
8
119

272
1,218
296

1,210
147

272
8
148

770
1,266
378

1,257
191

770
9
186

337

1,786

1,358

428

2,413

1,449

965

Total, Medical C a re ...............................................................................

1,657

1,321

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits......................................................................

77

77

58

58

45
54

45
54

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

77

77

58

58

100

100

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

193

11

183

219

11

208

239

13

226

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................

30
278

1
2

29
276

34
265

3
2

32
263

69
294

4
2

65
291

305

299

5

295

363

6

357

2,734

2,787
1,864

2,787
1,864

2,758
1,910

1,910

4,651

1,864

4,668

1,910

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

308

3

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

2,734
1,743

1,743

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

4,477

1,743

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ....................................................
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................

735
43

735
43

676
32

676
32

599
30

599
30

..........................................

778

778

708

708

630

630

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

32,217

28,658

33,103

29,385

37,076

32,771

Total All Other Payments for Individuals

See footnote at end of table.




2,734

3,559

2,787

3,718

2,758
2,758

4,305

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1967

1968

1969

Program
Total

D
irect

20,737
2,104
1,388

23,734
2,458
1,533

23,734
2,458
1,533

24,229

24,229

27,725

27,725

121

2,095
2,136
2,466
134

2,095
2,136
2,466
134

2,444
2,403
2,658
149

2,444
2,403
2,658
149

6,224

6,224

6,830

6,830

7.654

7.654

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .......................................

2,042

2,042

2,270

2,270

2,297

2,297

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance...........................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance...................
Medicaid ...........................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans...........................
Other.................................................................................

2,508
664
1,173
1,332
497

2,508
664

3,736
1,390

1,173
9
257

1,399
180

314

4.654
1,645
2,285
1,498
658

4.654
1,645

1,324
239

3,736
1,390
1,806
1,410
494

1,484
249

2,285
14
409

Total, Medical Care .....................................................

6,174

4,735

1,439

8,836

6,706

2,130

10,740

8,032

2,708

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education..........................
Veterans education benefits............................................

226
305

226
305

460
478

460
478

570
701

570
701

Total, Assistance to Students .....................................

532

532

938

938

1,271

1,271

7

251

281

-3

284

342

-5

346

106
302

185
321

14
3

171
318

248
339

13
3

234
336

408

505

16

489

587

16

570

2,720

3,166
2,048

3,166
2,048

3,618
2,149

2,149

5,215

2,048

5,767

2,149

Total

D
irect

• SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance............
Social security: disability insurance.................................
Railroad retirement...........................................................

18,887
1,867
1,257

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..........

Total

D
irect

18,887
1,867
1,257

20,737
2,104
1,388

22,011

22,011

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.............................................................
Civil service retirement ....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation......................
Other.................................................................................

1,830
1,962
2,310

1,830
1,962
2,310

121

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ..

HOUSING ASSISTANCE .....................................................

257

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .......................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs........................

G
rants

114
304

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ..........................

418

10

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States ................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ......................

2,720
1,893

1,893
2,720

G
rants

1,806
11

3,166

G
rants

3,618

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs.........

4,613

1,893

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...........................
Refugee assistance and other ........................................

897
42

897
42

691
55

691
55

775
68

775
68

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals....................

938

938

746

746

843

843

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS ..............

43,211

38,392

49,849

43,779

57,225

49,983

3,618

See footnote at end of table.




4,819

5,070

7,243

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Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1971

1970

1972

Program
Total

D
irect

Total

D
irect

26,268
2,794
1,592

31,103
3,403
1,899

31,103
3,403
1,899

34,542
4,073
2,119

34,542
4,073
2,119

30,654

30,654

36,404

36,404

40,735

40,735

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement...............................................................
Civil service retirement ......................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation........................
Other...................................................................................

2,849
2,746
2,974
172

2,849
2,746
2,974
172

3,386
3,228
3,354
203

3,386
3,228
3,354
203

3,885
3,772
3,485

3,885
3,772
3,485

221

221

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ....

8,741

8,741

10,171

10,171

11,363

11,363

Total

D
irect

26,268
2,794
1,592

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement............

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance....
Social security: disability insurance..........................
Railroad retirement...................................................

G
rants

G
rants

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .....................

3,083

3,083

5,760

5,760

6,652

6,652

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance........................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance
Medicaid ........................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans........
Other..............................................................

4,804
1,979
2,727
1,723
792

4,804
1,979

5,443
2,035

2,727
17
460

1,935
407

3,362
18
480

6,109
2,255
4,601
2,336

6,109
2,255

1,706
332

5,443
2,035
3,362
1,954
887

Total, Medical C a re ...........................

12,026

8,822

3,204

13,681

9,820

3,861

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education
Veterans education benefits..................

503
1,015

503
1,015

904
1,659

Total, Assistance to Students............

1,519

1,519

HOUSING ASSISTANCE...........................

480

38

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs .
Commodity donations and o th e r..............

577
383

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...

G
rants

1,112

2,317
412

4,601
18
700

16,413

11,093

5,320

904
1,659

1,067
1,960

1,067
1,960

2,563

2,563

3,026

3,026

442

737

175

562

1,121

371

751

18
4

559
379

1,568
611

1,548
8

20
603

1,909
716
593

1,882
8
13

27
707
580

938

2,179

1,556

623

3,218

1,904

1,314

4,142

5,486
2,330

5,486
2,330

6,559
2,531

2,531

7,816

2,330

5,486

9,089

2,531

960

22

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Family support payments to States .........................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ..............

4,142
2,255

2,255

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs .

6,397

2,255

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits .....................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ..................
Refugee assistance and other ...............................

10

10

848
87

319
820
113

318
820
113

1

848
87

418
887
133

418
887
133

946

946

1,253

1,252

1

1,437

1,437

64,806

56,079

80,564

70,030

10,533

93,055

79,112

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals
TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................
See footnote at end of table.




4,142

8,727

6,559
6,559

13,943

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1974

1973

1975

Program
Total
SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance ....
Social security: disability insurance.........................
Railroad retirement..................................................

D
irect

42,173
5,201
2,425

G
rants

Total

D
irect

42,173
5,201
2,425

47,851
6,207
2,654

Total

D
irect

47,851
6,207
2,654

54,847
7,701
4,730

54,847
7,701
4,730

G
rants

G
rants

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement............

49,799

49,799

56,712

56,712

67,277

67,277

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement...............................................................
Civil service retirement ......................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation........................
Other...................................................................................

4,390
4,515
3,836
240

4,390
4,515
3,836
240

5,128
5,661
3,985
263

5,128
5,661
3,985
263

6,242
7,048
4,680
385

6,242
7,048
4,680
385

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ....

12,980

12,980

15,036

15,036

18.355

18.355

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ....................

4,893

4,893

5,594

5,594

12,806

12,806

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance........................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance
Medicaid ........................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans.......
Other.............................................................

6,649
2,391
4,600
2,611
1,306

6,649
2,391

7,807
2,874

4,600
20
839

2,871
467

5,818
25
832

10.355
3,765
6,840
3,527
1,752

10.355
3,765

2,591
467

7,807
2,874
5,818
2,896
1,299

3,502
594

6,840
26
1,158

Total, Medical C a re ...........................

5,459

20,694

14,019

6,675

26,241

18,217

8,024

17,557

12,098

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education .
Veterans education benefits..................

1,199
2,800

1,199
2,800

1,054
3,249

1,054
3,249

1,604
4,591

1,582
4,591

22

Total, Assistance to Students ............

3,999

3,999

4,303

4,303

6,196

6,173

22

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...........................

1,614

559

1,055

1,794

673

1,122

2,093

761

1,333

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs .
Commodity donations and o th e r..............

2,208
693
740

2,177
8

2,845
802
787

2,797
8
44

793
743

4,599
1,575
469

4,463

12

31
685
728

18

136
1,565
451

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ..................

3,641

2,197

1,444

4,433

2,850

1,583

6,643

4,491

2,152

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program...................
Family support payments to States .........................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ..............

47
5,423

2,565

2,530

4,320
5,121
2,739

4,209

5,922

1,954
5,423
2,530

1,907

5,922
2,565

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs .

8,487

2,565

5,922

9,907

4,437

5,470

12,180

6,948

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits .....................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ..................
Refugee assistance and o th e r...............................

952
680
138

952
680
138

1,000
819
114

1,000
819
114

968
978
99

968
978
99

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals...........

1,770

1,770

1,933

1,933

2,045

2,045

104,739

90,860

120,407

105,557

153,836

137,074

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................
See footnote at end of table.




13,879

14,851

10

110

5,121
2,739
5,231

16,762

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Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1976

TO

1977

Program
Total

Direct

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement.....................................................................................

62,149
9,314
3,465

62,149
9,314
3,465

16,876
2,582
912

Grants

Grants

Total

Direct

16,876
2,582
912

71,278
11,212
3,768

71,278
11,212
3,768

Grants

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

74,929

74,929

20,371

20,371

86,258

86,258

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other...........................................................................................................

7,296
8,267
5,154
463

7,296
8,267
5,154
463

1,947
2,261
1,321
129

1,947
2,261
1,321
129

8,216
9,531
5,722
553

8,216
9,531
5,722
553

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance...........................

21,180

21,180

5,658

5,658

24,022

24,022

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

18,560

18,560

3,304

3,304

14,318

14,318

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance..........................................
Medicaid .....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other...........................................................................................................

12,270
4,672
8,568
3,892
2,117

12,270
4,672

3,315
1,269

8,568
31
1,441

991
172

2,229
8
297

14,912
5,867
9,876
4,532
2,007

14,912
5,867

3,861
676

3,315
1,269
2,229
999
470

4,485
796

9,876
48
1,211

Total, Medical Care ...............................................................................

31,519

21,479

10,040

8,281

5,748

2,534

37,195

26,061

11,134

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits ......................................................................

2,394
5,527

2,359
5,527

35

595
783

589
783

6

2,720
3,700

2,658
3,700

62

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

7,921

7,886

35

1,378

1,372

6

6,420

6,358

62

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

2,466

873

1,594

648

236

413

2,964

1,139

1,825

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and o th e r...............................................................

5,632
1,890
143
294

5,365
12
1
10

267
1,878
141
284

1,325
393
41
64

1,260
3
1
2

65
390
41
62

5,399
2,792
245
91

5,128
17
3
5

271
2,775
242
86

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

7,959

5,389

2,570

1,824

1,266

558

8,527

5,153

3,375

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................

4,573
5,753

4,507

67
1,165
1,159
4,772
4,732
5
5,753
1,570
1,570
6,165
Low income home energy assistance.......................................................
110
808
86
86
901
808
901
2,859
2,859
719
719
3,113
3,113

39
6,165
110

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

13,994

8,174

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits
..............................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ...................................................
Refugee assistance and other
..............................................

998
869
157

Total All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................
TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

Earned income tax credit ..........................................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

See footnote at end of table.




3,539

1,964

998
869
157

240
196
41

2,023

2,023

180,550

160,492

5,819

8,747

240
196
41

956
933
199

956
933
199

478
20,058

15,061

478

2,088

2,088

45,482

40,396

196,854

174,144

1,575

5,085

6,314

22,710

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1978
Program

1979
Total

Direct

78,531
12,298
3,950

87,604
13,512
4,245

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement....................................................................................

78,531
12,298
3,950

Grants

1980
Grants

Total

Direct

87,604
13,512
4,245

100,625
14,998
4,710

100,625
14,998
4,710

Grants

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

94,779

94,779

105,361

105,361

120,333

120,333

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement... .
......................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other..........................................................................................................

9,171
10,867
6,159
483

9,171
10,867
6,159
483

10,279
12,369
6,743
538

10,279
12,369
6,743
538

11,920
14,662
7,434
661

11,920
14,662
7,434
661

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

26,681

26,681

29,930

29,930

34,677

34,677

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

10,886

10,886

9,837

9,837

16,889

16,889

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare- supplementary medical insurance............................................
Medicaid ....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

17,419
6,856
10,680
5,059
2,262

17,419
6,856

19,900
8,260

10,680
41
1,423

5,361
946

12,407
49
1,507

23,802
10,152
13,957
6,290
2,784

23,802
10,152

5,019
839

19.900
8,260
12,407
5,410
2,453

6,241
1,189

13,957
49
1,595

Total, Medical Care ...............................................................................

42,277

30,133

12,143

48,431

34,467

13,963

56,985

41,384

15,601

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits......................................................................

3,061
3,362

3,006
3,362

56

3,769
2,825

3,707
2,825

62

5,091
2,450

5,012
2,450

78

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

6,423

6,367

56

6,594

6,532

62

7,540

7,462

78

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

3,631

1,208

2,423

4,230

1,447

2,784

5,418

1,965

3,453

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and o th e r...............................................................

5,499
2,665
371
325

5,200
139

6,822
3,014
542
338

6,498
152

4

299
2,526
371
321

4

324
2,862
542
334

9,117
3,536
717
562

8,705
148
1
5

412
3,388
716
557

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

8,859

5,343

3,516

10,716

6,654

4,061

13,932

8,858

5,074

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Low income home energy assistance.......................................................
Earned income tax credit .........................................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

5,280
6,393
193
881
3,239

5,241
23

39
6,369
193

4,824
27

41
6,331
186

773
3,522

5,716
6,924
1,577
1,275
3,585

5,677
36
398
1,275
3,585

39
6,888
1,180

881
3,239

4,865
6,358
186
773
3,522

6,601

15,703

9,145

6,558

19,078

10,971

8,107

1,604
1,033
15

132

1,788
1,188
383

1,788
1,188
44

338

3,358

3,020

338

278,212

245,560

32,652

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

15,986

9,385

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits ........................................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ....................................................
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................

1,005
909
171

1,005
909
115

56

1,604
1,033
147

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

2,085

2,029

56

2,784

2,651

132

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

211,606

186,811

24,795

233,584

206,024

27,561

See footnote at end of table.




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Table 11.3-O U TLA YS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)
1981

1982

1983

Program
Total

Direct

119,418
16,849
5,257

134,660
17,437
5,676

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement.....................................................................................

119,418
16,849
5,257

Grants

Grants

Total

Direct

134,660
17,437
5,676

148,642
17,592
6,049

148,642
17,592
6,049

Grants

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

141,524

141,524

157,773

157,773

172,284

172,284

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other..........................................................................................................

13,729
17,597
8,426
735

13,729
17,597
8,426
735

14,938
19,405
9,276
816

14,938
19,405
9,276
816

15,945
20,717
9,844
759

15,945
20,717
9,844
759

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

40,487

40,487

44,436

44,436

47,265

47,265

.............................................................

18,406

18,406

22,314

22,314

29,815

29,815

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare- supplementary medical insurance ........................................
Medicaid ....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

28,916
12,351
16,833
6,732
2,814

28,916
12,351

34,354
14,813

16,833
50
1,632

7,238
1,678

17,391
57
1,247

38,005
17,493
18,985
8,044
2,463

38,005
17,493

6,683
1,182

34,354
14,813
17,391
7,296
2,925

7,987
1,527

18,985
57
935

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Total, Medical Care ...............................................................................

67,647

49,132

18,516

76,778

58,083

18,695

84,991

65,013

19,978

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits
.......................................................

6,165
2,395

6,087
2,395

78

5,756
2,113

5,699
2,113

57

6,599
1,854

6,548
1,854

51

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

8,560

8,482

78

7,869

7,812

57

8,453

8,402

51

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

6,775

2,716

4,059

7,960

3,038

4,922

9,366

3,648

5,718

11,253

10,764

489

11,014

10,262

752

11,210

3,543
930
394

183
2
5

3,359
928
389

3,043
930
506

167
1
6

2,875
928
500

11,839
814
3,293
1,150
773

178
3
5

629
814
3,115
1,147
768

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

16,119

10,954

5,165

15,493

10,436

5,056

17,869

11,396

6,473

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Low income home energy assistance.......................................................
Earned income tax credit ..........................................................................
........................... ..........
Veterans non-service connected pensions

6,467
7,736
1,780
1,318
3,755

6,422
42
126
1,318
3,755

45
7,694
1,653

6,864
7,530
1,687
1,201
3,879

6,844
42
2
1,201
3,879

20
7,488
1,685

7,894
7,875
1,993
1,213
3,894

7,881
31
3
1,213
3,894

13
7,844
1,991

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

21,056

11,663

9,393

21,162

11,970

9,193

22,869

13,021

9,848

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits
...................................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits
...............................................
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................

1,770
1,243
745

1,770
1,243
104

641

1,706
1,130
1,043

1,706
1,130
165

878

1,737
1,073
566

1,737
1,073
62

504

3,879

3,001

878

3,376

2,872

504

357,663

318,863

38,800

396,287

353,715

42,572

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico
..................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and other ...............................................................

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

3,759

3,118

641

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

324,333

286,482

37,851

See footnote at end of table.




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HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 11.3-O U TLA YS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1984
Program

Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security old age and survivors insurance ......................................
Social security disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement.............................. .....................................................

155,852
17,775
6,097

1985
Grants

Total

Direct

155,852
17,775
6,097

165,422
18,657
6,216

1986
Grants

Total

Direct

Grants

165,422
18,657
6,216

174,364
19,531
6,351

174,364
19,531
6,351

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

179,724

179,724

190,295

190,295

200,246

200,246

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement......................................................................................
Civil service retirement .............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other..........................................................................................................

16,471
21,813
9,916
825

16,471
21,813
9,916
825

15,801
23,012
10,243
790

15,801
23,012
10,243
790

17,621
23,942
10,416
942

17,621
23,942
10,416
942

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

49,025

49,025

49,846

49,846

52,920

52,920

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

16,911

16,911

16,186

16,186

16,427

16,427

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance............................................
Medicaid ....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

41,476
19,475
20,061
8,604
2,600

41,476
19,475

47,841
21,808

20,061
59
1,526

9,180
1,113

22,655
84
1,539

49,018
25,166
24,995
9,634
2,674

49,018
25,166

8,545
1,075

47,841
21,808
22,655
9,264
2,652

9,553
1,102

24,995
81
1,572

Total, Medical Care ..............................................................................

92,217

70,571

21,646

104,219

79,942

24,277

111,488

84,839

26,649

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits ......................................................................

6,988
1,564

6,919
1,564

70

7,697
1,352

7,622
1,352

76

7,908
1,172

7,826
1,172

82

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

8,553

8,483

70

9,049

8,973

76

9,080

8,998

82

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ..............................................................................

9,932

4,163

5,769

11,200

4,783

6,417

12,279

4,836

7,443

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ................................................. ...............................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .........................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and other ..............................................................

11,561
814
3,552
1,398
647

10,829

11,701
825
3,681
1,538
712

10,815

9

886
825
3,480
1,538
704

11,619
824
3,835
1,614
632

10,651

192
2
9

732
814
3,361
1,396
637

9

968
824
3,678
1,613
624

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

17,972

11,032

6,941

18,457

11,025

7,431

18,524

10,817

7,707

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Low income home energy assistance....................................................
Earned income tax credit .........................................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

7,633
8,346
2,026
1,193
3,874

7,625
34
2
1,193
3,874

8
8,311
2,024

8,654
8,625
2,141
1,100
3,842

8,654
33
2
1,100
3,842

9,323
9,877
2,046
1,415
3,874

9,323

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................
ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits ........................................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ....................................................
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................

23,071

12,729

10,343

24,362

13,631

10,731

26,535

14,612

11,922

1,687
1,147
650

1,687
1,147
64

585

1,663
1,119
503

1,663
1,119
83

420

1,612
1,214
504

1,612
1,214
82

422

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

3,484

2,899

585

3,285

2,865

420

3,330

2,907

422

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

400,891

355,538

45,353

426,899

377,547

49,352

450,828

396,603

54,225

See footnote at end of table.

2 8 0 -1 0 0 0 - 9 1 - 5




201

8,592
2,139

157
*

9,877
2,046
1,415
3,874

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992
Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-C ontinued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1988

1989

Program
Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement
....................................................................................

182,055
20,436
6,518

Grants

Total

Direct

182,055
20,436
6,518

192,541
21,416
6,723

Grants

Total

Direct

192,541
21,416
6,723

204,648
22,556
7,030

204,648
22,556
7,030

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

209,009

209,009

220,679

220,679

234,234

234,234

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement.......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation...............................................
Other..........................................................................................................

18,080
25,713
10,502
907

18,080
25,713
10,502
907

19,011
28,047
11,252
970

19,011
28,047
11,252
970

20,184
29,134
11,650
1,132

20,184
29,134
11,650
1,132

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

55,203

55,203

59,280

59,280

62,099

Grants

62,099

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE .................................................................

15,760

15,760

13,857

13,857

14,125

14,125

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance............................................
Medicaid .....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

49,976
29,937
27,435
10,061
2,757

49,976
29,937

52,022
33,682

27,435
94
1,750

10,608
1,222

30,462
106
1,799

57,433
36,867
34,604
11,242
2,968

57,433
36,867

9,967
1,007

52,022
33,682
30,462
10,714
3,021

11,117
1,217

34,604
125
1,751

Total, Medical Care ...............................................................................

120,165

90,886

29,279

129,900

97,534

32,366

143,114

106,634

36,480

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits ......................................................................

7,328
1,105

7,262
1,105

66

7,999
1,071

7,931
1,071

68

9,759
1,046

9,691
1,046

68

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

8,433

8,367

66

9,071

9,002

68

10,805

10,737

68

HOUSING ASSISTANCE...............................................................................

12,626

5,226

7,400

13,841

5,190

8,651

14,661

6,108

8,553

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .........................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and other ...............................................................

11,555
852
4,060
1,702
693

10,448

12,265
880
4,305
1,852
696

11,152
146
3
9

1,113
880
4,158
1,850
687

12,817
908
4,574
1,995
808

11,650

10

1,107
852
3,922
1,701
684

119
2
9

1,167
908
4,455
1,993
799

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

18,863

10,596

8,267

19,998

11,310

8,688

21,102

11,780

9,323

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................
Low income home energy assistance.......................................................
Earned income tax credit ..........................................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions ...............................................

9,933
10,540
1,829
1,410
3,793

9,933

11,370

11,503
11,166
1,393
4,002
4,024

11,503

1,410
3,793

11,370
10,764
1,585
2,698
3,935

12,369

30,352

18,003

12,349

32,088

19,529

12,559

1,558
1,275
88

1,520
1,351
106

370

138
*

10,540
1,829

10,764
1,585
2,698
3,935

11,166
1,393
4,002
4,024

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

27,505

15,136

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits ........................................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ..................................................
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................

1,598
1,202
463

1,598
1,202
89

374

1,558
1,275
400

312

1,520
1,351
476

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

3,263

2,890

374

3,233

2,921

312

3,346

2,976

370

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

470,827

413,072

57,755

500,211

437,776

62,434

535,576

468,223

67,353

See footn a end of table.
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129

HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 11.3-OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1990
Program
Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.....................................
Social security: disability insurance...........................................................
Railroad retirement
...........................................................

218,925
24,521
7,187

1991 estimate

1992 estimate
Total

Direct

236,581
26,580
7,568

254,034
28,786
7,869

Direct

218,925
24,521
7,187

236,581
26,580
7,568

Grants

Grants

254,034
28,786
7,869

Total

Grants

Total Social Security and Railroad Retirement...................................

250,634

250,634

270,730

270,730

290,689

290,689

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement......................................................................................
Civil service retirement ..............................................................................
.........................
Veterans service-connected compensation ...
Other..........................................................................................................

21,545
31,036
10,714
804

21,545
31,036
10,714
804

22,978
33,564
12,076
1,248

22,978
33,564
12,076
1,248

24,673
34,866
12,299
1,207

24,673
34,866
12,299
1,207

Total Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance..........................

64,099

64,099

69,866

69,866

73,045

73,045

...................................... .......................

17,445

17,445

25,353

25.353

25,379

25,379

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance.....................................................................
Medicare’ supplementary medical insurance ........................................
Medicaid ....................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans....................................................
Other..........................................................................................................

65,912
41,498
41,103
12,021
3,748

65,912
41,498

69,140
44,614

41,103
131
2,382

12,513
1,916

51,555
146
2,899

74,488
49,879
59,833
13,629
5,748

74,488
49,879

11,890
1,366

69,140
44,614
51,555
12,659
4,815

13,454
2,604

59,833
175
3,144

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE

Total, Medical C a re ..............................................................................

164,282

120,667

43,616

182,783

128,183

54,600

203,577

140,426

63,151

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...................................................
Veterans education benefits......................................................................

10,293
828

10,219
828

73

10,171
889

10,082
889

90

9,726
943

9,693
943

33

Total, Assistance to Students ...............................................................

11,121

11,047

73

11,060

10,970

90

10,670

10,636

33

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................

15,901

4,832

11,070

17,575

4,863

12,712

19,621

5,472

14,148

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program .................................................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .........................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..................................
Commodity donations and o th e r...............................................................

14,992
931
4,996
2,196
756

13,793

18,312
963
5,657
2,417
770

16,803
142
9
14

1,509
963
5,516
2,407
756

19,638
1,013
6,069
2,646
773

18,108

125
3
11

1,199
931
4,871
2,194
745

153
5
9

1,530
1,013
5,916
2,641
764

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...................................................

23,872

13,932

9,939

28,119

16,968

11,151

30,138

18,274

11,863

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program....................................................
Family support payments to States ..........................................................

15,697
15,697
11,493
11,493
16,181
16,181
14,110
15,117
12,246
14,110
12,246
1,314 Low income home energy assistance.......................................................
1,669
1,669
991
4,857
4,857
6,772
4,354
4,354
Earned income tax credit .........................................................................
6,772
3,594
3,594
3,955
3,955
Veterans non-service connected pensions ............................................... 3,899
3,899
22
22
567
Payments to States for daycare assistance.............................................
Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..................................

33,002

19,442

13,560

40,310

24,509

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
1,482
1,482
1,433
Coal miners and black lung benefits ........................................................
1,433
1,469
1,401
1,401
1,469
Veterans insurance and burial benefits .................................... ...............
500
................................... Payments to Japanese American WWII internees 500
517
167
558
178
Refugee assistance and other ..................................................................
391

15,117
991
567

15,801

43,527

26,852

16,675

1,437
1,483
500
189

363

339

1,437
1,483
500
552

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.............................................

3,440

3,049

391

3,919

3,580

339

3,972

3,609

363

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS.......................................

583,796

505,146

78,649

649,715

555,022

94,693

700,617

594,382

106,235

See footn a end of table.
ote t




1,314

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Table 11.3—OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1993 estim
ate

1994 estim
ate

1995 estim
ate

Program
Total

D
irect

269,727
30,613
8,079

284,379
32,288
8,329

Total

D
irect

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security: old age and survivors insurance.............
Social security: disability insurance...................................
Railroad retirement............................................................

269,727
30,613
8,079

G
rants

G
rants

Total

D
irect

284,379
32,288
8,329

298,934
34,214
8,478

G
rants

298,934
34,214
8,478

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement...........

308,420

308,420

324,997

324,997

341,626

341,626

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement..............................................................
Civil service retirement .....................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation.......................
Other..................................................................................

26,221
36,377
12,763
1,194

26,221
36,377
12,763
1,194

27,721
38,618
14,420
1,371

27,721
38,618
14,420
1,371

29,219
40,912
13,706
1,433

29,219
40,912
13,706
1,433

Total, Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ...

76,554

76,554

82,129

82,129

85,270

85,270

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ........................................

24,961

24,961

24,009

24,009

23,945

23,945

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance............................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance....................
Medicaid ............................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans............................
Other..................................................................................

80,802
56,267
68,494
14,385
5,943

80,802
56,267

89,012
64,257

68,494
196
3,341

14,854
2,602

78,320
223
3,343

98,155
73,500
88,748
15,763
5,981

98,155
73,500

14,189
2,602

89,012
64,257
78,320
15,077
5,945

15,530
2,639

88,748
234
3,342

72,031

252,610

170,725

81,885

282,147

189,824

92,324

Total, Medical C a re ......................................................

225,890

153,859

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education...........................
Veterans education benefits.............................................

8,709
1,014

8,709
1,014

7,294
1,138

7,294
1,138

6,560
1,189

6,560
1,189

Total, Assistance to Students ......................................

9,723

9,723

8,432

8,432

7,750

7,750

HOUSING ASSISTANCE ......................................................

21,056

5,552

15,503

22,670

5,449

17,220

23.944

5,502

18,441

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ........................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs.........................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) ..........
Commodity donations and other .......................................

20,686
1,051
6,584
2,754
772

19,085

21,409
1,091
7,137
2,856
770

19,739
180
5
5

1,671
1,091
6,957
2,851
765

21.945
1,133
7,710
2,862
769

20,202

166
5
6

1,601
1,051
6,418
2,749
766

194
5
4

1,743
1,133
7,516
2,857
765

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance ...........................

31,846

19,261

12,585

33,263

19,928

13,334

34,419

20,406

14,013

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program............................
Family support payments to States ..................................
Low income home energy assistance...............................
Earned income tax credit .................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions .......................
Payments to States for daycare assistance .....................

17,469
15,648
796
7,756
3,557
745

17,469

21,779

789

22,011
16,566
393
12,166
3,626
794

22,011

745

21,779
16,102
552
8,989
3,884
789

17,188

52,096

34,652

17,444

55,555

37,803

1,382
1,494

1,382
1,494

1,352
1,526

1,352
1,526

15,648
796
7,756
3,557

16,102
552
8,989
3,884

16,566
393
12,166
3,626
794

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs..........

45,971

28,783

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits ................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ............................
Payments to Japanese American WWII internees...........
Refugee assistance and other .........................................

1,408
1,457
250
570

1,408
1,457
250
204

366

583

217

366

601

235

366

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals.....................

3,685

3,319

366

3,459

3,093

366

3,479

3,113

366

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS...............

748,105

630,432

117,673

803,664

673,415

130,249

858,135

715,239

142,897

See footnote at end of table.




17,752

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HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 11.3— OUTLAYS FOR PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS BY CATEGORY AND MAJOR PROGRAM: 1940-1996-Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1996 estimate
Program
Total

Direct

SOCIAL SECURITY AND RAILROAD RETIREMENT:
Social security old age and survivors insurance....................................................................................................................................
Social security disability insurance.........................................................................................................................................................
Railroad retirement ..................................................................................................................................................................................

313,756
36,372
8,570

Grants

313,756
36,372
8,570

Total, Social Security and Railroad Retirement..................................................................................................................................

358,698

358,698

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT AND INSURANCE:
Military retirement
.............................................................................................................................................................................
Civil service retirement ............................................................................................................................................................................
Veterans service-connected compensation.............................................................................................................................................
Other.........................................................................................................................................................................................................

30,738
45,146
12,912
1,507

30,738
45,146
12,912
1,507

Total Federal Employees Retirement and Insurance ........................................................................................................................

90,303

90,303

UNEMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ...............................................................................................................................................................

23,369

23,369

109,051
84,093
99,813
16,422
6,039

109,051
84,093
16,188
2,697

99,813
235
3,342
103,389

MEDICAL CARE:
Medicare: hospital insurance...................................................................................................................................................................
Medicare: supplementary medical insurance...........................................................................................................................................
Medicaid ...................................................................................................................................................................................................
Hospital and medical care for veterans..................................................................................................................................................
Total, Medical C a re .............................................................................................................................................................................

315,418

212,029

ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS:
Student assistance—Dept, of Education.................................................................................................................................................
Veterans education benefits....................................................................................................................................................................

1,975
1,214

1,975
1,214

Total, Assistance to Students .............................................................................................................................................................

3,188

3,188

HOUSING ASSISTANCE .............................................................................................................................................................................

25,408

6,896

18,513

FOOD AND NUTRITION ASSISTANCE:
Food stamp program ...............................................................................................................................................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .......................................................................................................................................................
Child nutrition and special milk programs...............................................................................................................................................
Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP) .................................................................................................................................
Commodity donations and o th e r.............................................................................................................................................................

22,505
1,163
8,228
2,862
769

20,686
207
5
4

1,818
1,163
8,021
2,857
765

Total, Food and Nutrition Assistance .................................................................................................................................................

35,526

20,902

14,624

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS:
Supplemental security income program..................................................................................................................................................
Family support payments to States ........................................................................................................................................................
Low income home energy assistance.....................................................................................................................................................
Earned income tax credit ........................................................................................................................................................................
Veterans non-service connected pensions .............................................................................................................................................
Payments to States for daycare assistance...........................................................................................................................................

21,983
16,985
287
12,962
3,352
750

21,983

Total, Public Assistance and Related Programs.................................................................................................................................

56,318

38,297

18,022

ALL OTHER PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS:
Coal miners and black lung benefits ......................................................................................................................................................
Veterans insurance and burial benefits ..................................................................................................................................................
Refugee assistance and other ................................................................................................................................................................

1,320
1,546
622

1,320
1,546
256

366

Total, All Other Payments for Individuals...........................................................................................................................................

3,488

3,122

366

TOTAL, PAYMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS......................................................................................................................................

911,718

756,804

154,914

* $500 thousand or less.




16,985
287
12,962
3,352
750

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Table 1 2 .1 - SUMMARY COMPARISON OF TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: 1940-1996
Compostition of Grant Outlays (in millions of dol­
lars)

Fiscal Year
Total

Payments
for Individ­
uals

Capital In­
vestment

Remain­
der

Grant Outlays in Billions of Con­
stant (FY 1982) Dollars

Total

Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

Grant Outlays as Percentages of
Federal Outlays

Total

Grant Outlays as Percent­
ages of Gross National Prod­
uct

Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

Total

Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

1940
1941
1942
1943
1944

......................
......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

872
847
892
914
911

298
356
410
427
461

442
290
222
218
183

132
201
261
269
266

7.4
7.0
6.8
6.4
6.1

2.1
2.4
2.5
2.4
2.4

3.8
2.3
1.6
1.4
1.2

1.5
2.2
2.7
2.7
2.5

9.2
6.2
2.5
1.2
1.0

3.1
2.6
1.2
0.5
0.5

4.7
2.1
0.6
0.3
0.2

1.4
1.5
0.7
0.3
0.3

0.9
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.5

0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.2

0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1

0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1

1945
1946
1947
1948
1949

.......................
......................
......................
......................
......................

859
819
1,603
1,612
1,876

432
451
761
835
1,036

154
142
599
440
462

273
226
244
337
378

5.6
4.9
8.3
7.7
8.5

2.2
2.1
3.2
3.3
4.0

1.0
0.9
3.2
2.1
2.1

2.4
1.9
1.9
2.4
2.4

0.9
1.5
4.6
5.4
4.8

0.5
0.8
2.2
2.8
2.7

0.2
0.3
1.7
1.5
1.2

0.3
0.4
0.7
1.1
1.0

0.4
0.4
0.7
0.7
0.7

0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4

0.1
0.1
0.3
0.2
0.2

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

......................
......................
......................
......................
......................

2,253
2,287
2,433
2,835
3,056

1,257
1,324
1,325
1,490
1,611

484
566
575
756
744

512
397
533
589
701

10.4
9.7
10.0
11.3
12.2

4.8
4.8
4.7
5.1
5.5

2.3
2.5
2.3
3.0
3.1

3.2
2.3
3.0
3.2
3.6

5.3
5.0
3.6
3.7
4.3

3.0
2.9
2.0
2.0
2.3

1.1
1.2
0.8
1.0
1.1

1.2
0.9
0.8
0.8
1.0

0.8
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.8

0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.4

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

3,207
3,561
3,974
4,905
6,463

1,623
1,674
1,802
2,121
2,364

820
915
1,148
1,788
2,956

764
972
1,024
995
1,144

12.7
13.9
14.8
17.6
23.0

5.5
5.6
5.8
6.7
7.3

3.4
3.6
4.2
6.6
10.8

3.8
4.7
4.7
4.4
4.9

4.7
5.0
5.2
6.0
7.0

2.4
2.4
2.4
2.6
2.6

1.2
1.3
1.5
2.2
3.2

1.1
1.4
1.3
1.2
1.2

0.8
0.9
0.9
1.1
1.3

0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.5

0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.6

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

7,019
7,126
7,926
8,602
10,164

2,480
2,618
2,951
3,280
3,559

3,321
3,053
3,239
3,600
4,482

1,219
1,456
1,736
1,721
2,123

24.7
24.8
27.1
28.7
33.5

7.5
7.8
8.7
9.5
10.1

12.2
11.3
11.8
12.9
15.8

5.0
5.7
6.6
6.3
7.6

7.6
7.3
7.4
7.7
8.6

2.7
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0

3.6
3.1
3.0
3.2
3.8

1.3
1.5
1.6
1.5
1.8

1.4
1.4
1.4
1.5
1.6

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6

0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.7

0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

10,910
12,887
15,233
18,551
20,164

3,718
4,305
4,819
6,070
7,243

4,985
4,912
5,230
5,893
6,160

2,207
3,670
5,183
6,588
6,761

35.4
40.6
46.0
53.4
54.8

10.4
11.8
12.8
15.6
17.8

17.3
16.5
16.9
18.4
18.3

7.7
12.3
16.3
19.4
18.7

9.2
9.6
9.7
10.4
11.0

3.1
3.2
3.1
3.4
3.9

4.2
3.7
3.3
3.3
3.4

1.9
2.7
3.3
3.7
3.7

1.6
1.7
1.9
2.2
2.2

0.6
0.6
0.6
0.7
0.8

0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7

0.3
0.5
0.7
0.8
0.7

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

24,065
28,099
34,375
41,847
43,357

8,727
10,533
13,943
13,879
14,851

7,046
7,865
8,414
8,856
9,835

8,292
9,700
12,017
19,111
18,672

61.2
66.8
77.2
88.9
84.6

20.5
23.7
30.0
28.6
28.2

19.3
19.8
19.9
19.8
19.7

21.3
23.2
27.2
40.5
36.7

12.3
13.4
14.9
17.0
16.1

4.5
5.0
6.0
5.6
5.5

3.6
3.7
3.6
3.6
3.7

4.2
4.6
5.2
7.8
6.9

2.4
2.7
3.0
3.3
3.1

0.9
1.0
1.2
1.1
1.0

0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7
0.7

0.8
0.9
1.0
1.5
1.3

1975 .......................
1976 .......................
T Q ..........................
1977 .......................
1978 .......................
1979 .......................

49,791
59,094
15,920
68,415
77,889
82,858

16,762
20,058
5,085
22,710
24,795
27,561

10,871
13,502
3,932
16,146
18,310
20,036

22,158
25,533
6,902
29,559
34,785
35,262

87.1
96.2
25.1
103.6
109.7
106.6

29.0
32.5
8.0
34.2
34.9
35.7

18.3
21.7
6.2
24.8
25.7
24.7

39.8
42.0
10.9
44.7
49.2
46.3

15.0
15.9
16.6
16.7
17.0
16.5

5.0
5.4
5.3
5.5
5.4
5.5

3.3
3.6
4.1
3.9
4.0
4.0

6.7
6.9
7.2
7.2
7.6
7.0

3.3
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.6
3.4

1.1
1.2
1.1
1.2
1.1
1.1

0.7
0.8
0.9
0.8
0.8
0.8

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.6
1.4

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

......................
......................
......................
......................
.......................

91,451
94,762
88,195
92,495
97,577

32,652
37,851
38,800
42,572
45,353

22,451
22,116
20,107
20,474
22,662

36,348
34,795
29,287
29,449
29,562

105.9
100.7
88.2
88.8
90.2

38.2
40.3
38.8
40.8
41.8

24.5
22.7
20.1
20.3
21.9

43.2
37.7
29.3
27.7
26.5

15.5
14.0
11.8
11.4
11.5

5.5
5.6
5.2
5.3
5.3

3.8
3.3
2.7
2.5
2.7

6.2
5.1
3.9
3.6
3.5

3.4
3.2
2.8
2.8
2.6

1.2
1.3
1.2
1.3
1.2

0.8
0.7
0.6
0.6
0.6

1.4
1.2
0.9
0.9
0.8

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

.......................
......................
.......................
.......................
.......................

105,897
112,379
108,446
115,382
121,976

49,352
54,225
57,755
62,434
67,353

24,844
26,220
23,792
24,557
24,462

31,701
31,935
26,899
28,390
30,161

94.1
97.1
90.8
92.7
93.7

44.0
47.1
48.3
50.1
51.8

22.9
23.6
21.1
21.1
20.3

27.1
26.4
21.3
21.5
21.7

11.2
11.3
10.8
10.8
10.7

5.2
5.5
5.8
5.9
5.9

2.6
2.6
2.4
2.3
2.1

3.3
3.2
2.7
2.7
2.6

2.7
2.7
2.5
2.4
2.4

1.2
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5

0.8
0.8
0.6
0.6
0.6

1990
1991
1992
1993

.......................
estimate........
estimate
estimate

136,894
158,572
170,984
184,082

78,649
94,693
106,235
117,673

25,730
26,838
27,047
28,637

32,514
37,041
37,702
37,772

100.9
110.4
113.9
117.8

57.8
65.8
70.9
75.7

20.9
20.7
19.8
20.0

22.2
24.0
23.2
22.2

10.9
11.2
11.8
12.7

6.3
6.7
7.3
8.1

2.1
1.9
1.9
2.0

2.6
2.6
2.6
2.6

2.5
2.8
2.9
2.9

1.5
1.7
1.8
1.8

0.5
0.5
0.5
0.4

0.6
0.7
0.6
0.6




133

HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 12.1— SUMMARY COMPARISON OF TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: 1940-1996—

Continued
Compostition of Grant Outlays (in millions of dol­
lars)
Fiscal Year
Total

Payments
for Individ­
uals

Capital In­
vestment

1994 estimate........

196,997

130,249

1995 estimate .......
1996 estimate

209,901
223,247

142,897
154,914

Grant Outlays in Billions of Con­
stant (FY 1982) Dollars
Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

121.4

80.9

19.4

21.1

124.7
128.0

85.7
89.9

18.6
18.6

20.3
19.5

Remain­
der

Total

29,077

37,671

29,115
30,498

37,889
37,836

Grant Outlays as Percentages of
Federal Outlays
Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

13.8

9.1

2.0

14.3
14.5

9.7
10.1

2.0
2.0

Total

Grant Outlays as Percent­
ages of Gross National Prod­
uct

Total

Pay­
ments
for In­
divid­
uals

Cap­
ital
In­
vest­
ment

Re­
main­
der

2.6

2.9

1.9

0.4

0.5

2.6
2.5

2.9
2.9

1.9
2.0

0.4
0.4

0.5
0.5

Note: Total outlays include off-budget outlays; however, all grant outlays are from on-budget accounts. A small amount of grants for capital investment are included as payments for individuals.




134

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992
Table 12.2-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION AND FUND GROUP:1940-1996
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Fund Group

1941

1940

1942

1943

1944

1945

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

Energy....................................................
Natural resources and environment
Agriculture..............................................
Transportation........................................
Community and regional development ...
Education, training, employment, and
social services...................................
Health.....................................................
'Income security ......................................
Veterans benefits and services .............
General government...............................

2
25
165
277

5
25
172
117

4
26
152
68

3
26
88
130

3
26
48
134

8
26
34
119

7
30
45
68

10
34
183
31

12
64
334
8

2
14
87
434
8

2
18
106
465
1

2
19
98
426

28
22
341
1
10

89
26
401
1
11

141
30
458
1
11

163
32
460
1
11

134
78
476
1
11

123
91
444
1'
12

69
68
484
30
16

56
58
828
385
18

117
40
884
128
26

99
70
1,096
36
31

150
122
1,335
18
36

132
174
1,386
10
40

Total outlays for grants to state
and local governments..............

872

847

892

914

911

859

819

1,603

1,612

1,876

2,253

2,287

Memorandum:
Federal fund s.....................................

(872)

(847)

(892)

(914)

(911)

(859)

(819)

(1,603)

(1,612)

(1,876)

(2,253)

(2,287)

*

See footnotes at end of table.

Table 12.2-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION AND FUND GROUP:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Fund Group

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

1959

1960

1961

*

13

14

10

10

9

14

11

5

3
21
84

3
23
97

4
31
207

4
36
237

4
41
374

5
42
369

5
67
262

6
94
300

448
(448)
()
20

528
(528)
0
25

540
(540)
0
19

594
(594)
0
48

746
(746)
0
36

976
(23)
(953)
44

1,562
(69)
(1,493)
53

217
(217)
0
192
1,387
(1,387)
0
7
54

343
(343)
0
173
1,555
(1,555)
0
7
68

309
(309)
0
144
1,698
(1,698)
0
6
84

324
(324)
0
125
1,715
(1,715)
0
8
105

332
(332)
0
138
1,763
(1,763)
0
8
109

331
(331)
0
169
1,898
(1,898)
0
8
123

Total outlays for grants to state
and local governments..............

2,433

2,835

3,056

3,207

3,561

Memorandum:
Federal fu nds.....................................
Trust funds ........................................

(2,433)
0

(2,835)
0

(3,056)
0

(3,207)
0

(3,561)
0

National defense....................................
International affairs.................................
Energy....................................................
Natural resources and environment
Agriculture...............................................
Commerce and housing credit...............
Transportation.........................................
Federal fu n d s.....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Community and regional development ...
Education, training, employment, and
social services...................................
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Health.....................................................
Income security .....................................
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds .........................................
Veterans benefits and services .............
General government...............................

See footnotes at end of table.




1962

1963

17
7
7
116
485
★

40
7
7
163
464

2,671
(82)
(2,589)
85

6
108
243
2
2,999
(86)
(2,913)
109

11
1
6
109
365
1
2,688
(97)
(2,591)
153

2,841
(89)
(2,752)
185

3,077
(93)
(2,984)
246

370
(370)
()
182
2,253
(2,253)
0
8
128

436
(436)
0
222
2,497
(2,497)
0
8
133

525
(525)
0
214
2,635
(2,635)
0
8
165

567
(447)
(120)
262
2,780
(2,525)
(255)
9
172

658
(488)
(170)
365
3,054
(2,756)
(298)
8
184

693
(562)
(131)
450
3,230
(3,024)
(205)
8
216

3,974

4,905

6,463

7,019

7,126

7,926

8,602

(3,021)
(953)

(3,412)
(1,493)

(3,875)
(2,589)

(4,106)
(2,913)

(4,161)
(2,966)

(4,707)
(3,220)

(5,282)
(3,320)

135

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.2-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION AND FUND GROUP:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Fund Group

1964

1965

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

25
6
10
227
368
2
4,072
(113)
(3,959)
575
(575)
0

27
7
12
254
427
4
4,135
(170)
(3,966)
582
(582)
0

27
6
18
320
542
9
4,340
(222)
(4,117)
862
(862)
0

34
6
20
351
752
10
4,408
(323)
(4,085)
1,049
(1,049)
0

37
5
25
411
604
4
4,599
(299)
(4,300)
1,780
(1,779)
(1)

34
5
28
755
591
2
4,919
(295)
(4,624)
2,138
(2,137)
(1)

45
5
31
758
496
*
5.065
(387)
(4,678)
2,523
(2,513)
(10)

57
6
33
1,066
484
2
5,349
(472)
(4,876)
2,623
(2,606)
(17)

64
7
36
1,995
481
3
5,279
(600)
(4,679)
2,702
(2,685)
(17)

43
2,437
404
2
5,864
(916)
(4,947)
2,842
(2,820)
(23)

4,165
(3,882)
(283)
1,672
3,636 ■
(3,379)
(257)
10
3
299
(299)
0

5,170
(4,867)
(303)
2,706
4,188
(3,940)
(248)
13
12
338
(338)
0

5,085
(4,768)
(317)
3,203
4,806
(4,535)
(271)
14
28
396
(396)
0

6,417
(6,065)
(351)
3,849
5,795
(5,523)
(273)
18
42
479
(479)
0

7,326
(6,969)
(357)
4,494
7,074
(6,672)
(402)
19
197
516
(516)
0

9,478
(9,117)
(360)
6,010
9,040
(8,624)
(416)
19
322
584
(584)
0

9,497
(9,134)
(363)
6,009
8,872
(8,421)
(452)
20
528
7,302
(665)
(6,636)

9,345
(8,971)
(374)
7,322
8,633
(8,175)
(458)
26
639
6,824
(719)
(6,106)

12,133
(11,652)
(481)
8,810
9,352
(8,716)
(636)
32
725
7,072
(942)
(6,130)

1975

35
4
8
168
599
*
3,716
(109)
(3,607)
517
(517)
0

4,100
(120)
(3,980)
643
(643)
0

844
(684)
(160)
539
3,475
(3,222)
(253)
8

1,050
(873)
(177)
624
3,512
(3,290)
(223)
8

251
(251)
0

226
(226)
()

2,583
(2,346)
(237)
1,165
3,580
(3,340)
(239)
9
1
264
(264)
0

Total outlays for grants to state
and local governments..............

10,164

10,910

12,887

15,233

18,551

20,164

24,065

28,099

34,375

41,847

43,357

49,791

Memorandum:
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................

(6,144)
(4,020)

(6,531)
(4,379)

(8,452)
(4,435)

(10,727)
(4,506)

(13,882)
(4,669)

(15,491)
(4,673)

(19,141)
(4,925)

(22,715)
(5,384)

(28,910)
(5,465)

(29,503)
(12,344)

(31,724)
(11,634)

(37,574)
(12,217)

National defense....................................
International affairs................................
Energy....................................................
Natural resources and environment ......
Agriculture..............................................
Commerce and housing credit...............
Transportation........................................
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Community and regional development ...
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Education, training, employment, and
social services...................................
Federal funds....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Health.....................................................
Income security .....................................
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................
Veterans benefits and services .............
Administration of justice .........................
General government..............................
Federal funds ....................................
Trust funds ........................................

See footnotes a end of table.
t




33
4
9
183
517
*

1966

74

136

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 12.2-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION AND FUND GROUP:1940-1996Continued
(in millions of dollars)

Function and Fund Group

1976

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

National defense.......................................................
Energy.......................................................................
Natural resources and environment .........................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Agriculture.................................................................
Commerce and housing credit..................................
Transportation...........................................................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Federal fu n d s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Federal fu n d s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Health........................................................................
Income security ........................................................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Veterans benefits and services ................................
Administration of justice...........................................
General government.................................................
Federal fund s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................

89
56
3,027
(3,027)
0
425
4
7,980
(1,497)
(6,483)
3,445
(3,391)
(54)

15
27
1,064
(1,064)
0
123
2
2,007
(348)
(1,659)
1,024
(1,007)
(17)

96
74
4,189
(4,189)
0
371
8
8,299
(2,038)
(6,261)
4,496
(4,448)
(48)

60
180
3,898
(3,898)
0
426
13
8,837
(2,311)
(6,526)
7,078
(7,034)
(43)

94
183
4,631
(4,631)
0
456
12
10,438
(2,818)
(7,619)
6,641
(6,596)
(45)

93
499
5,363
(5,363)
0
569
3
13,087
(3,518)
(9,569)
6,486
(6,442)
(44)

75
617
4,944
(4,944)
0
829
4
13,462
(4,041)
(9,421)
6,124
(6,081)
(43)

68
509
4,872
(4,869)
(3)
986
3
12,171
(4,035)
(8,136)
5,379
(5,364)
(16)

86
482
4,018
(4,005)
(13)
1,822
62
13,248
(4,127)
(9,121)
4,962
(4,960)
(3)

95
534
3,779
(3,722)
(57)
1,832
2
15,013
(3,860)
(11,153)
5,157
(5,155)
(2)

157
529
4,069
(4,022)
(47)
2,420
2
17,055
(3,160)
(13,894)
5,221
(5,221)
0

14,141
(13,797)
(344)
10,914
10,948
(10,080)
(868)
52
795
7,218
(975)
(6,243)

3,921
(3,751)
(170)
2,721
2,791
(2,582)
(209)
13
169
2,043
(455)
(1,588)

15,753
(15,202)
(551)
12,104
12,663
(11,699)
(964)
79
713
9,571
(2,814)
(6,758)

20,557
(19,975)
(582)
12,725
13,782
(12,843)
(939)
76
572
9,687
(2,864)
(6,823)

22,249
(21,639)
(610)
14,377
14,740
(13,788)
(952)
86
517
8,434
(1,587)
(6,848)

21,862
(21,152)
(710)
15,758
18,495
(17,357)
(1,138)
90
529
8,616
(1,787)
(6,829)

21,474
(20,743)
(730)
18,895
21,013
(19,697)
(1,315)
74
332
6,918
(1,782)
(5,137)

16,589
(15,904)
(685)
18,839
21,930
(20,513)
(1,417)
63
187
6,599
(2,031)
(4,569)

16,125
(15,401)
(724)
20,224
24,758
(23,056)
(1,702)
66
101
6,541
(1,927)
(4,614)

16,669
(15,906)
(763)
21,837
25,678
(24,130)
(1,548)
66
69
6,849
(2,282)
(4,567)

17,817
(16,899)
(918)
24,451
27,153
(25,577)
(1,576)
91
95
6,838
(2,254)
(4,584)

Total outlays for grants to state and local gov­
ernments ......................................................

59,094

15,920

68,415

77,889

82,858

91,451

94,762

88,195

92,495

97,577

105,897

Memorandum:
Federal fu n d s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................

(45,101)
(13,992)

(12,277)
(3,643)

(53,834)
(14,581)

(62,975)
(14,914)

(66,783)
(16,075)

(73,161)
(18,290)

(78,116)
(16,646)

(73,370)
(14,825)

(76,318)
(16,177)

(79,488)
(18,089)

(84,878)
(21,019)

See footnotes at end of table.




137

HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 12.2-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION AND FUND GROUP:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

304
451
3,980
(3,475)
(505)
1,369

131
431
3,838
(3,268)
(569)
1,418

103
326
3,892
(3,285)
(607)
1,514

138
267
3,742
(3,107)
(635)
1,583

138
281
3,327
(2,665)
(661)
1,630

138
318
2,893
(2,210)
(683)
1,678

19,225
(2,992)
(16,233)
4,965
(4,965)
(-)

19,818
(3,111)
(16,707)
4,793
(4,793)
0

20,188
(2,262)
(17,926)
4,341
(4,341)
0

21,495
(1,455)
(20,040)
4,017
(4,017)
()

21,886
(920)
(20,967)
3,696
(3,696)
0

21,842
(364)
(21,478)
3,620
(3,620)
0

23,259
(237)
(23,022)
3,556
(3,556)
0

21,987
(20,992)
(995)
36,679
32,523
(30,809)
(1,714)
127
520
2,204
(2,204)
n

23,101
(22,092)
(1,009)
43,890
36,964
(35,222)
(1,742)
134
574
2,309
(2,309)
0

26,832
(25,794)
(1,039)
54,892
42,745
(40,661)
(2,084)
152
928
2,307
(2,307)
0

27,648
(26,627)
(1,021)
63,447
46,304
(44,041)
(2,263)
181
845
2,212
(2,212)
()

27,819
(26,870)
(949)
72,339
49,208
(47,017)
(2,191)
201
958
2,210
(2,210)
0

28,076
(27,127)
(948)
82,168
52,301
(50,158)
(2,143)
228
689
2,224
(2,224)
0

28,547
(27,598)
(948)
92,595
54,747
(52,640)
(2,107)
239
688
2,248
(2,248)
0

28,911
(27,963)
(948)
103,660
55,637
(53,554)
(2,083)
240
690
2,268
(2,268)
0

121,976

136,894

158,572

170,984

184,082

196,997

209,901

223,247

1991
estimate

Function and Fund Group

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

National defense.......................................................
Energy.......................................................................
Natural resources and environment .........................
Federal fund s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Agriculture.................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.................................
Transportation...........................................................
Federal funds .......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Community and regional development.....................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Education, training, employment, and social serv­
ices .......................................................................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Health........................................................................
Income security ........................................................
Federal fu n d s.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................
Veterans benefits and services ...............................
Administration of justice...........................................
General government.................................................
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds ...........................................................

177
538
4,255
(4,167)
(88)
1,932
2
18,366
(2,901)
(15,465)
4,861
(4,861)
P)

193
455
4,073
(3,945)
(128)
2,092
1
16,919
(2,737)
(14,182)
4,235
(4,235)
0

188
457
3,747
(3,540)
(208)
2,069
1
18,083
(2,669)
(15,414)
4,266
(4,266)
0

253
420
3,606
(3,316)
(290)
1,359

241
461
3,745
(3,323)
(422)
1,285

18,225
(2,794)
(15,430)
4,074
(4,074)
(-*)

18,953
(18,020)
(932)
26,823
29,070
(27,500)
(1,570)
90
155
7,159
(2,044)
(5,114)

18,657
(17,756)
(901)
29,466
29,972
(28,412)
(1,560)
95
288
2,000
(1,924)
(76)

19,882
(18,932)
(950)
32,586
31,620
(30,010)
(1,610)
106
427
1,950
(1,950)
(-)

Total outlays for grants to state and local gov­
ernments ......................................................

112,379

108,446

115,382

Memorandum:
Federal funds.......................................................
Trust funds...........................................................

(89,210)
(23,170)

(91,599)
(16,846)

(97,201) (103,548) (117,488) (138,237) (149,205) (160,295) (172,304) (184,706) (196,512)
(18,181) (18,428) (19,406) (20,335) (21,779) (23,787) (24,692) (25,194) (26,736)

Note: Federal funds unless otherwise noted.
* $500 thousand or less.




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1941

1940

1942

1944

1943

1945

1947

1946

1948

1949

1950

1951

270 ENERGY
Other Independent Agencies:
Tennessee Valley Authority fu n d ...............

2

2

2

TOTAL, 270 ..............................................

2

2

2

9

10

10

1

1

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND
ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture:
State and private forestry ..........................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Construction grants ....................................
Interior:
Fish and Wildlife Service ...........................

2

4

2

2

2

7

6

9

9

1

1

2

1

1

1

2

2

5

8

8

TOTAL, 300 ..............................................

2

5

4

3

3

8

7

10

12

14

18

19

350 AGRICULTURE
Agriculture:
Cooperative State Research Service ........
Extension Service.......................................
Price support and related programs: CCC
AMS payments to States and possessions

7
18

7
18

7
19

7
19

7
19

7
19

7
23

7
27

7
26
28
2

7
30
46
3

12
31
62
1

12
31
53
1

TOTAL, 350 ..............................................

25

25

26

26

26

26

30

34

64

87

106

98

400 TRANSPORTATION
Transportation:
Other Federal fund aid for highways ........
Grants-in-aid for airports (Federal funds) ...
Merchant Marine Schools..........................

165

172

152

88

48

33

44

183

★

432
33

*

*

403
30

*

*

*

*

*

327
6
*

396
30
*

TOTAL, 400 ..............................................

165

172

152

88

48

34

45

183

334

434

465

426

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Housing and Urban Development:
Public works planning and facilities ..........

277

117

68

130

134

119

68

31

8

8

1

TOTAL, 450 ..............................................

277

117

68

130

134

119

68

31

8

8

1

*

5

6

6

7

17

25
*
20
5

27
*
26
5

18
26
5

25
*
26
5

16
*
27
5

56

64

55

64

65

53

44

87

67

117

99

150

132

500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT,
AND SOCIAL SERVICES
Education:
Impact a id ..................................................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped
research ...............................................
Special institutions for the handicapped ...
Vocational and adult education ................
Higher education .......................................
SUBTOTAL, Education .............................
Labor:
Unemployment assistance (Training and
employment-Federal funds).........
TOTAL, 500 .....................................




5
*
152
5

36
*
93
5

54
★

80
5

4
*
132
5

64
5

48
*
16
5

89

141

163

134

123

69

4
*

4
★

19
5
28

28

89

141

163

134

123

69

56

★

*

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1941

1940
550 HEALTH
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
Health Resources and Services................
Disease control (Preventive health) ..........
Research resources...................................
*** Health Resources and Services ..........
*** Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health
(Health care services)...........................
TOTAL, 550 ..............................................

1942

1943

1944

1945

1948

1949

4

6

1
8

3
9

48
10

61
10

38
9

12
13

4
7

18

20

22

20

20

20

22

33

29

22

26

30

32

1950

1951

78

91

68

11
21
3
31

57
20
5
36

108
17
4
42

3

3

3

279

TOTAL, 600 ..............................................

58

40

70

122

174

76

600 INCOME SECURITY
Agriculture:
*** Child nutrition programs......................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
*** Family support payments to States.....
Housing and Urban Development:
*** Subsidized housing programs..............
Labor:
Grants for unemployment services admin­
istration (Federal funds).........................

68

75

83

83

330

376

395

430

401

421

644

732

921

1,123

1,186

5

10

10

10

9

7

6

3

3

7

7

62

66

72

54

36

34

56

102

80

97

121

111

341

401

458

460

476

444

484

828

884

1,096

1,335

1,386

6

4
8
2
1
3

3
2
1
4

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Veterans Affairs:
VA State supervision of schools ...............
VA State administration of Ul Benefits
VA veterans re-use housing .....................
VA educational facilities.............................
*** Medical care ........................................

1

1

1

1

1

1

TOTAL, 700 ..............................................

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

*

*

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Agriculture:
Forest Service: shared revenues ..............
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: shared revenues
Interior:
Miscellaneous shared revenues ................
Payments to states from receipts under
Mineral Leasing A c t..............................

1947

1946

1

24
358
26
2

42
53
2

5
21
5
2
3

1

30

385

128

36

18

10

*

4

4

5

6

8

9

*

*

★

*

*

1

29

1

1

1

3

2

2

2

2

3

3

5

3

2

2

2

3

3

4

4

4

6

10

11

17

3

3

5

5

6

6

6

9

13

16

19

SUBTOTAL, Interior ..................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Federal payment to the District of Colum­
bia ..........................................................

6

6

6

6

6

6

6

8

12

12

12

11

TOTAL, 800 ..............................................

10

11

11

11

11

12

16

18

26

31

36

40

TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS ............

872

847

892

914

911

859

819

1,603

1,612

1,876

2,253

2,287

See footnotes at end of table




3

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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1952
050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
Defense-Military:
Military Construction; Army National Guard
Other Independent Agencies:
FEMA: Disaster assistance........................

1954

1953

1955

1956

1957

1959

1958

1960

1961

1962

1963

19
*

13

14

10

10

9

14

11

5

11

17

21

★

13

14

10

10

9

14

11

5

11

17

40

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Other Independent Agencies:
Center for Cultural & Technical Inter­
change Between East and West ..........

1

7

7

TOTAL, 150 ..............................................

1

7

7

TOTAL, 050 ..............................................

270 ENERGY
Other Independent Agencies:
Tennessee Valley Authority fu n d ...............

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

6

6

6

7

7

TOTAL, 270 ..............................................

3

3

4

4

4

5

5

6

6

6

7

7

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND
ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture:
Watershed and flood prevention operations
State and private forestry ..........................

10

10

6
10

10
10

15
11

13
11

17
12

23
12

33
11

32
11

39
14

57
16

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture .............................
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: Flood Control............
Environmental Protection Agency:
Construction grants ....................................
Interior:
Mines and minerals....................................
Colorado River Dam Fund, Boulder Can­
yon Project.............................................
Fish and Wildlife Service ...........................

10

10

16

20

26

24

29

35

44

44

53

74

10

12

15

16

SUBTOTAL, Interior ...................................

10

12

15

16

17
1

2

19

36

40

1

2

2

16

19

20

22

21

1
20

1
20

16

16

19

22

24

21

21

21

42

67

94

108

109

116

163

16

44

42

52

*

TOTAL, 300 ..............................................

21

23

31

36

41

350 AGRICULTURE
Agriculture:
Cooperative State Research Service ........
Extension Service.......................................
Price support and related programs: CCC
AMS payments to States and possessions

12
32
38
1

12
32
52
1

13
32
162

19
39
178
1

25
44
305
1

29
50
289
1

30
56
174
1

31
61
207
1

31
61
149
1

32
65
268
1

35
68
381
1

37
72
353
1

TOTAL, 350 ..............................................

84

97

207

237

374

369

262

300

243

365

485

464

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
Small Business Administration:
Small business assistance.........................

2

1

TOTAL, 370 ..............................................

2

1

*

*




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:!940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1952
400 TRANSPORTATION
Transportation:
Other Federal fund aid for highways ........
Federal-aid highways (trust fund)..... TF
Urban mass transportation grants .............
Grants-in-aid for airports (Federal funds) ...
Merchant Marine Schools ..........................
TOTAL, 400 ..............................................

1954

1953

1956

1955

1957

1958

1959

1960

1962

1961

1963

415

501

522

586

729

2
953

25
1,493

25
2,589

29
2,913

32
2,591

31
2,752

33

27

18

8

17

21

43

57

57
1

65

58
1

448

528

540

594

746

976

1,562

2,671

2,999

2,688

2,841

3,077

*

3

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Commerce:
Economic development assistance pro­
grams ....................................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Public works acceleration ..........................
Housing and Urban Development:
Planning assistance ..................................

39
2,984
2
52

15

12
34
14
30
Urban renewal programs ........................... 37

77

3
102

3
141

7
163

12
185

14

77

104

144

169

197

1

8

1

1

1

14

30

Public facilities (including Model cities,
water and sewers) ................................
SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Develop­
ment ......................................................
Interior:
Operation of Indian programs (Area and
regional development) ...........................
Other Independent Agencies:
FEMA: Disaster re lie f................................
Alaska and Virgin Islands land use plan­
ning and public works ...........................

8

12

34

30

37

12

2

9

15

10

12

4

1

7

4

5

5

6

7

4

4

3

2

1

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies .

20

17

8

15

22

14

15

7

4

8

14

30

TOTAL, 450 ..............................................

20

25

19

48

36

44

53

85

109

153

185

246




16

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 12.3-TO TA L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM :1 9 4 0 -1 9 9 6 Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1952
500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT,
AND SOCIAL SERVICES
Education:
Impact a id ..................................................
Compensatory education for the dis­
advantaged ............................................
School improvement programs..................
Education for the handicapped..................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped
research ................................................
Special institutions for the handicapped ....
Vocational and adult education .................
Higher education ........................................
Libraries .....................................................

1954

1953

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

200

173

203

170

160

178

198

237

267

268

330

4

13

5

1

1

2

44

69

50

*

91

1

53
13
1

48
15
1
73
A
1
41
14
7

22

22

23

26

35

34

41

45

49

55

26
5

25
5

25
5

30
5

33
5

38
5
1

39
5
5

38
5
5

39
5
7

40
7
7

65
•4
I
40
15
8

SUBTOTAL, Education ..............................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
Human development services....................
Interior:
Indian education.........................................
Labor:
Unemployment assistance (Training and
employment-Federal funds) ...................
Unemployment trust fund ................. TF

144

257

239

269

244

240

271

337

407

427

463

531

13

14

18

24

6

7

7

120

170

131

SUBTOTAL, Labor .....................................

74

86

70

55

87

91

92

94

100

120

170

131

TOTAL, 500 ..............................................

217

343

309

324

332

331

370

436

525

567

658

693

125
15
4
44

110
11
4
44

91
6
4
40

75
5
3
39

57
28
3
47

74
36
4
51

110
6
4
56

148
6
4
58

3
145
5
6
51

3
158
6
9
56

4
164

6
184

9
75

12
84

3

3

2

2

3

4

6

6

5

8
23

10
103

7
157

192

173

144

125

138

169

182

222

214

262

365

450

550 HEALTH
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
Program expenses (Food and Drug Ad­
ministration) ............................................
Health Resources and Services ................
Disease control (Preventive health) ..........
Research resources ...................................
*** Health Resources and Services ..........
*** Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health
(Health care services)............................
*** Grants to States for Medicaid..............
TOTAL, 550 ...............................................




7

74

86

70

55

87

91

6

5

92

94

100

143

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 1 2.3-TO TA L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND P R O G R A M :1940-1996Continued
(in millions of dollars)

600 INCOME SECURITY
Agriculture:
*** Special milk program............................
*** Food stamp program............................
*** Child nutrition programs .......................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture .............................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
*** Family support payments to States.....
Housing and Urban Development:
*** Subsidized housing programs..............
Labor:
Grants for unemployment services admin­
istration (Federal funds)........................
Unemployment trust fund (adminis­
trative expenses) .......................... TF

1954

1953

1952

1955

1957

1956

1958

1959

1960

1962

1961

65

72

78

81

1963

94
19
169

84

83

84

83

82

98

100

144

154

157

92
14
166

84

83

84

83

82

98

165

216

232

239

272

281

1,178

1,330

1,438

1,427

1,455

1,556

1,795

1,966

2,059

2,144

2,329

2,572

12

26

44

67

82

87

95

111

127

140

154

170

113

116

133

139

144

157

199

204

217

2
298

205

255

SUBTOTAL, Labor .....................................

113

116

133

139

144

157

199

204

217

257

298

205

TOTAL, 600 ..............................................

1,387

1,555

1,698

1,715

1,763

1,898

2,253

2,497

2,635

2,780

3,054

3,230

700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Veterans Affairs:
VA State supervision of schools ...............
VA State administration of Ul Benefits
VA veterans re-use housing ......................
*** Medical care ........................................

2
1
1
4

2
1

2

2

3

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

4

4

5

6

6

6

6

6

8

7

7

TOTAL, 700 ..............................................

7

7

6

8

8

8

8

8

8

9

8

8

14

17

19

16

19

29

27

22

30

36

26

28

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

1

1

2

2

*

*

*

*

6

6

3

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Agriculture:
Forest Service: shared revenues ..............
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: shared revenues ......
Energy:
Payments to states under Federal Power
Act .........................................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Alaska transitional grants...........................
Interior:
Miscellaneous shared revenues ................
Payments to states from receipts under
Mineral Leasing A c t..............................
Administration of territories ........................
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.........
Payments to the United States territories,
fiscal assistance....................................

10
5

12

9

14

11

14

13

14

19

19

16

18

15
5

17
7

19
6

22
6

24
6

26
6

32
7

33
6

36
2
5

35
2
6

39
9
6

47
8
15

4

4

2

3

4

5

6

6

8

26

36

34

46

45

48

55

56

67

69

77

95

11

11

12

22

20

20

20

25

25

25

30

30

2

3

15
4

16
3

18
5

19
5

19
6

21
7

23
8

25
9

30
14

45
13

SUBTOTAL, Treasury ...............................

2

3

19

19

23

25

24

28

31

34

44

58

TOTAL, 800 ..............................................

54

68

84

105

109

123

128

133

165

172

184

216

TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS ............

2,433

2,835

3,056

3,207

3,561

3,974

4,905

6,463

7,019

7,126

7,926

8,602

SUBTOTAL, Interior ..................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Federal payment to the District of Colum­
bia ..........................................................
Treasury:
Internal revenue collections for Puerto
Rico .......................................................
Customs: Miscellaneous shared revenues .

See footnotes at end of table




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:194&-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1970

1971

050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
Defense-Military:
Military Construction; Army National Guard
Other Independent Agencies:
FEMA: Disaster assistance........................

14

11

3

1

20

22

22

26

26

26

27

TOTAL, 050 ..............................................

35

33

25

27

27

34

37

150 INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Other Independent Agencies:
Center for Cultural & Technical Inter­
change Between East and West ..........

4

4

6

7

6

6

5

TOTAL, 150 ..............................................

4

4

6

7

6

6

5

270 ENERGY
Energy:
Emergency conservation and regulation ....
Other Independent Agencies:
Tennessee Valley Authority fu n d ...............

8

1975

19

26

26

26

31

32

39

34

45

57

64

74

5

5

6

7

5

5

5

6

7

6

9

8

5

5

5

7

33

34

13

15

16

20

26

27

31

37

9

10

12

18

20

25

28

31

33

36

43

57
16

*
58
15

*
69
19

1
72
19

2
64
19

7
64
22

8
74
21

12
74
21

7
80
26

8
79
26

8
97
26

9
94
32

73

74

88

92

85

93

104

107

113

112

131

136

4

20

26

18

18
7

4

20

26

18

24

8

SUBTOTAL, Environmental Protection
Agency ..................................................
Interior:
Mines and minerals....................................
Colorado River Dam Fund, Boulder Can­
yon Project.............................................
Miscellaneous permanent appropriations ...
Water resources and research ..................
Fish and Wildlife Service...........................
Parks and recreation..................................
Land acquisition (land and water con­
servation fund) .......................................
Historic preservation fund ..........................
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations

10

1974

12

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND
ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture:
Resource conservation and development ..
Watershed and flood prevention operations
State and private forestry ..........................

SUBTOTAL, Commerce.............................
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: Flood Control............
Environmental Protection Agency:
Construction grants ....................................
Abatement, control, and compliance

8

1973

10

8

TOTAL, 270 ..............................................

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture .............................
Commerce:
NOAA: Operations, research, and facilities
NOAA: Coastal zone management ...........

1

1972

9

8

12

18

12

15

15

19

4

1

66

70
5

81
7

84
13

122
14

135
26

176
18

478
42

413
46

684
61

1,553
70

1,938
87

66

75

88

97

136

161

194

520

460

745

1,623

2,025

*

1

1

*

*

2

-2

2

2

1

4

1

1
*

1
*

1
*

1
*

1
*
*

1
*

1

1

20

22

22

31

34

43

1
*
11
54
*

1

21

1
*
8
45
*

8
58
*

7
54
*

g
72
*

*

3

22

51

44

46

62
1

89
4

107
4

151
5

157
6

5

6
83

80

91

116

161

180

219

247

SUBTOTAL, Interior ...................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Water resources planning..........................

21

22

32

51
2

2

2

2

4

3

3

3

5

TOTAL, 300 ...............................................

168

183

227

254

320

351

411

755

758

1,066

1,995

2,437




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1965

1966

1967

1969

1968

1970

1971

1972

1974

1973

1975

350 AGRICULTURE
Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Service....................
Cooperative State Research Service ........
Extension Service......................................
Price support and related programs: CCC
AMS payments to States and possessions

40
77
481
2

1
45
82
387
2

2
51
87
227
2

3
55
89
278
2

3
57
74
405
2

1
58
81
610
2

1
60
106
434
2

1
67
134
387
2

7
72
147
268
2

80
158
244
2

83
162
234
2

92
183
128

TOTAL, 350 ..............................................

599

517

368

427

542

752

604

591

496

484

481

404

1

1

4

4

4

2
2

3

2

2

3

2

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
Commerce:
Miscellaneous appropriations....................
Minority business development..................
Promote and develop fishery products and
research ................................................
Scientific and technical research and serv­
ices ........................................................
SUBTOTAL, Commerce............................
Small Business Administration:
Small business assistance........................
TOTAL, 370 ..............................................
400 TRANSPORTATION
Other Independent Agencies:
WMATA .....................................................
Transportation:
Other Federal fund aid for highways .......
Federal-aid highways (trust fund)..... TF
Trust fund share of other highway
programs...................................... TF
Federal fund highway safety grants..........
Highway safety grants ...................... TF
Railroad safety ..........................................
Urban mass transportation grants .............
Grants for airports (Airport and air­
way trust fund)............................. TF
Grants-in-aid for airports (Federal funds) ...
Coast Guard recreational boating safety ...
Merchant Marine Schools .........................
Research and special programs (pipeline
safety and other)...................................

3

5

*

6
*

*
2

4

2

2

4

9

10

4

2

*

2

3

2

6

16

35

84

76

170

175

62
3,966

76
4,117

59
4,085

45
4,300

35
4,561

50
4,562

57
4,604

47
4,361

40
4,573

1

4

18

50

2
69

5
71
6

10
44
30

11
30
64

13
6
69

156

179

291

348

689

61

*

10

105

232

243

292

2

4

4

5

*

*

9

2

*

4

37
3,607

38
3,980

43
3,959

*

5

11

16

42

66

136

104

65

71

54

64

75

104

83

1

1

*

*

1

1

SUBTOTAL, Transportation .......................

3,716

4,100

4,072

4,135

4,338

4,402

4,583

4,884

4,981

5,273

5,109

5,688

TOTAL, 400 ..............................................

3,716

4,100

4,072

4,135

4,340

4,408

4,599

4,919

5,065

5,349

5,279

5,864




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:!940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1965

1966

450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Agriculture:
Rural water and waste disposal grants.....
Rural community fire protection grants .....
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.......
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture .............................
Commerce:
Economic development assistance pro­
grams ....................................................
Regional development programs...............
Regional development commissions . TF
SUBTOTAL, Commerce.............................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Public works acceleration ..........................
Housing and Urban Development:
Planning assistance ...................................
Community development grants................
Urban renewal programs ...........................
Public facilities (including Model cities,
water and sewers).................................
New community assistance grants............
SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Develop­
ment ......................................................
Interior:
Operation of Indian programs (Area and
regional development) ...........................
Other Independent Agencies:
Appalachian regional development pro­
grams ....................................................
FEMA: Disaster relief.................................
Alaska and Virgin Islands land use plan­
ning and public works ...........................
Alaska land use planning: coopera­
tive funds ...................................... TF

1967

*

1968

11

1969

29

1970

28

1971

25

1972

26

1974

1973

35

42

1975

34
*

35
2
4

42

34

41

167
16
10

194
22
16

202
21
16

209
19
22

*

11

29

28

25

26

35

11

8

7

20

114

145

156
1

176
1
1

11

8

7

20

114

145

157

178

193

232

240

250

257

288

85

19

5

2

1

15

17

20

22

25

33

41

49

47

74

99

207

281

313

370

475

534

1,054

1,026

1,218

1,010

1,205

96
38
1,374

5

6

8

26

84

144

254

505

704

836
*

726
1

601
3

227

303

341

418

584

711

1,349

1,581

1,969

1,921

2,030

2,112

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

10

4

2

★

21

43

10
132

60
53

98
31

155
7

184
61

229
122

235
88

260
156

286
107

306
131

1

1

*

1

1

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies .

21

43

141

112

129

162

245

352

323

417

394

437

TOTAL, 450 ..............................................

517

643

575

582

862

1,049

1,780

2,138

2,523

2,623

2,702

2,842




147

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964
500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT,
AND SOCIAL SERVICES
Commerce:
Job opportunities program.........................
Education:
Indian education........................................
Impact a id ..................................................
Compensatory education for the dis­
advantaged ............................................
School improvement programs..................
Bilingual and Immigrant Education............
Education for the handicapped..................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped
research ................................................
Special institutions for the handicapped ....
Vocational and adult education .................
Higher education .......................................
Libraries.....................................................
*** Student financial assistance.................
SUBTOTAL, Education .............................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
Payments to States for Family Support Ac­
tivities ....................................................
Social services block grant.......................
Human development services....................

1965

1967

1966

1969

1968

1971

1970

1972

1973

1974

1975

22
10
529

24
577

40

1,615
399
50
43

2,184
332
93
58

490
2
501
216
68

559
2
592
187
85

579
2
569
68
137

810
2
653
61
210
22

3,760

3,973

3,962

4,001

5,025

81
574
390

123
785
430

163
1,931
563

266
1,613
499

323
1,471
679

304
2,047
803

323

341

378

417

472

375

622

493

602

519

69
15

67
13

900
2

1,364
10

1,455
22

1,427
28

1,470
86

1,798
163

1,883
178

1,819
161

1

3

3

2

8

22

31

29

33

88
1
41
14
7

101
1
132
16
26

159
1
128
57
41

185
1
233
187
57

282
1
255
387
93

353
1
255
350
68

441
1
285
342
105

486
2
410
309
71

559

700

1,669

2,459

2,975

2,880

3,384

347
441

31
378
330

35

33

98

322
420

35

33

98

742

788

738

1,045

1,338

2,657

2,377

2,473

3,154

8

9

10

11

12

13

16

21

24

23

25

24

80

87

336

281

556

513

954

1,107

558
1,156

1,002
987

598
1,137

372
2,504

160

177

237

283
2

303

317

351

357

360

64
363

60
374

-19
481

SUBTOTAL, Labor ....................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Community services program ...................
Public broadcasting fund ..........................
National Endowments for the Arts: Grants

240

264

573

566

859

830

1,305

1,464

2,075

2,416

2,169

3,339

2

41
3

229
4
*

375
8
5

526
7
3

615
5
4

648
15
4

715
23
5

708
35
6

676
35
7

622
48
8

493
62
14

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies .

2

44

233

388

536

624

667

743

749

718

677

569

TOTAL, 500 ..............................................

844

1,050

2,583

4,165

5,170

5,085

6,417

7,326

9,478

9,497

9,345

12,133

SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Servicesexcept social security ...........................
Interior:
Indian education........................................
Labor:
Temporary employment-assistance...........
Training and employment services............
State unemployment insurance and em­
ployment services .................................
Unemployment trust fund ................. TF
Salaries and expenses .............................




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Table 12.3-T O T A L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM=1940-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964
550 HEALTH
Agriculture:
Food safety and inspection .......................
Executive Office of the President:
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Pre­
vention ...................................................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
Program expenses (Food and Drug Ad­
ministration) ............................................
Health Resources and Services................
Disease control (Preventive health) ..........
Research resources...................................
Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health
(Health care services)............................
*** Health Resources and Services ..........
*** Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health
(Health care services)............................
*** Grants to States for Medicaid..............
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Servicesexcept social security ............................
Labor:
Occupational and mine safety...................
TOTAL, 550 ..............................................
600 INCOME SECURITY
Agriculture:
*** Rural housing for domestic farm labor .
*** Mutual and self-help housing...............
*** Funds for strengthening markets, in­
come, and supply (section 3 2 )..............
*** Special milk program............................
*** Food stamp program............................
*** Child nutrition programs.......................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture .............................
Health and Human Services-except social
security:
*** Supplemental security income program
*** Family support payments to States.....
*** O ther....................................................
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Servicesexcept social security ............................
Housing and Urban Development:
*** Subsidized housing programs..............
Labor:
Unemployment trust fund (adminis­
trative expenses) .......................... TF
TOTAL, 600 ..............................................
700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Veterans Affairs:
Medical administration and miscellaneous
operating expenses................................
Assistance for health manpower training
institutions .............................................
*** Medical care ........................................
*** Grants for construction of state ex­
tended care facilities..............................
TOTAL, 700 .................................................




1965

1967

1966

1968

1969

1

1971

1970

10

18

1972

27

1973

29

1974

29

1975

30

6

10
189

5
196

4
204

239

11

2

*

2

110

137

174

246

171
293

10
210

11
272

12
770

11
1,173

539

624

1,165

1,672

415

33
10

570
5

569
1

484
46

558
51

672
59

47
379

66
380

50
364

103
513

520

530

567

21
1,806

30
2,285

80
2,727

116
3,362

187
4,601

319
4,600

302
5,818

590
6,840

2,705

3,193

3,832

4,467

5,974

5,969

7,259

8,729

★
624

578
2

7

11

27

38

450
2

1,165

1,672

2,706

3,203

3,849

4,494

6,010

6,009

7,322

8,810

*

539

1

3

6

3
★

1
1

4
1

3
3

3
3

97
29
179

86
32
176

97
65
194

96
106
206

104
171
214

102
234
234

84
559
296

90
20
513

580
93
27
615

728
90
31
595

743
49
48
744

451
122
136
1,443

305

295

357

408

490

573

944

627

1,316

1,450

1,589

2,159

2,734

2,787

2,758

2,720

3,166

3,618

4,142

5,486
1

6,559
*

5,922

47
5,423
*

110
5,121

2,734

2,787

2,758

2,720

3,166

3,618

4,142

5,487

6,559

5,922

5,470

5,231

183

208

226

250

283

344

436

558

749

1,049

1,116

1,326

253

223

239

257

248

271

273

402

416

452

458

636

3,475

3,512

3,580

3,636

4,188

4,806

5,795

7,074

9,040

8,872

8,633

9,352

*

*

1

2

*

1

1

*

1

1

1

8

9

9

9

12

14

16

17

17

21

6
22

3

2

3

4

3

19

19

20

26

32

8

*
8

8

9

2

2

3

10

13

14

18

149

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAMS940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1964

1966

1965

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
Justice:
Justice assistance .....................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commis­
sion ........................................................

1

SUBTOTAL, Interior ..................................
Office of Personnel Management:
Intergovernmental personnel assistance ....
Other Independent Agencies:
Federal payment to the District of Colum­
bia ..........................................................
Treasury:
General revenue sharing trust fund .. TF
Internal revenue collections for Puerto
Rico .......................................................
Customs: Miscellaneous shared revenues .

1968

3

1969

6

1971

1970

1972

1974

1973

1975

41

196

321

526

637

722

1

28

6

1

1

1

2

3

1

TOTAL, 750 ..............................................
800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Agriculture:
Forest Service: shared revenues ..............
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: shared revenues ......
Energy:
Payments to states under Federal Power
A c t.........................................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Alaska transitional grants
Interior:
Miscellaneous shared revenues ................
Payments to states from receipts under
Mineral Leasing A c t..............................
Administration of territories........................
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.........
Payments to the United States territories,
fiscal assistance....................................

1967

3

12

28

42

197

322

528

639

725

31

34

36

43

45

53

79

73

58

86

115

121

2

2

2

2

2

3

3

3

3

3

3

4

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

19

1

5

*

17

23

22

24

25

29

34

31

34

40

50

64

47
12
20

48
1
13

47
10
17

48
11
15

48
10
21

51
13
34

53
9
40

54
11
49

56
13
51

56
16
61

57
17
63

117
16
69

7

8

10

11

12

13

14

13

19

22

17

17

103

92

105

109

117

139

149

158

172

195

203

283

3

14

14

15

174

182

187

226

6,636

6,106

6,130

109
77

101
95

122
172

38

45
14

38

43
17

44

52
20

58

59
28

75

66
32

86

80
35

115

85
48

139

85
58

101
73

SUBTOTAL, Treasury ...............................

59

60

71

87

98

115

133

143

175

6,823

6,302

6,423

TOTAL, 800 ..............................................

251

226

264

299

338

396

479

516

584

7,302

6,824

7,072

TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS ............

10,164

10,910

12,887

15,233

18,551

20,164

24,065

28,099

34,375

41,847

43,357

49,791

See footnotes at end of table




150

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1976
050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
Defense-Military:
Military Construction; Army National Guard................

TO

1977

1978

1979

1980

1982

1981

1984

1983

1985

51

8

56

16

49

54

30

29

41

40

52

SUBTOTAL, Defense-Military ......................................
Other independent Agencies:
FEMA: Disaster assistance.........................................

51

8

56

16

49

54

30

29

41

40

52

38

7

40

43

44

39

45

39

45

55

105

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

38

7

40

43

44

39

45

39

45

55

105

TOTAL, 050 ................................................................

89

15

96

60

94

93

75

68

86

95

157

270 ENERGY
Energy:
Emergency conservation and regulation.....................

8

7

6

100

83

384

480

346

317

356

314

8

7

6

100

83

384

480

346

317

356

314

*

8

27

*

8

27

165

170

188

SUBTOTAL, Energy....................................................
Housing and Urban Development:
Assistance for solar and conservation improvements .
SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Other Independent Agencies:
Tennessee Valley Authority fu n d .................................

48

20

68

80

100

116

137

163

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

48

20

68

80

100

116

137

163

165

170

188

TOTAL, 270 ................................................................

56

27

74

180

183

499

617

509

482

534

529

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture:
Resource conservation and development...................
Watershed and flood prevention operations ...............
Forest research ...........................................................
State and private forestry ...........................................

13
114

3
27

11
115

40

3

22

17
99
8
25

19
123
8
42

14
57
8
31

17
71
6
28

13
144
10
32

14
134
9
32

17
151
7
28

11
160
1
26

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Commerce:
NOAA: Operations, research, and facilities ................
NOAA: Coastal zone management.............................

167

33

148

149

191

111

121

199

189

204

198

23
13

6
5

19
22

18
24

43
27

69
41

47
50

50
33

80
43

109
31

143
24

SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Construction grants.....................................................
Abatement, control, and compliance...........................
Hazardous substance superfund........................ TF

36

11

41

42

70

110

97

83

123

140

167

2,429
134

919
36

3,530
194

3,187
203

3,756
206

4,343
260

3,881
300

3,756
320
3

2,983
270
13

2,619
246
57

2,889
262
47

SUBTOTAL, Environmental Protection Agency ..........
Interior:
Mines and minerals.....................................................
Bureau of Reclamation: Emergency fund ...................
Colorado River Dam Fund, Boulder Canyon Project ..
Water resources and research ....................................
Fish and Wildlife Service............................................
Parks and recreation...................................................
Land acquisition (land and water conservation fund)..
Historic preservation fu n d ...........................................
Youth conservation corps ...........................................
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.........................

2,563

955

3,724

3,390

3,963

4,603

4,181

4,079

3,266

2,921

3,197

1

-*

*

*

13

25

27

72

80

103

144

1
10
73
*
156
6
9

1

3
1

1

1

1

1

43
2
*

156
9
18

91
12
180
10
18

96
10
239
28
18

124
10
307
47
16

141
16
292
51
11

149
35
211
36
6

155
31
144
31

155
39
166
51

155
44
135
29

*

*

SUBTOTAL, Interior....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Water resources planning............................................

256

65

274

314

404

531

538

510

440

513

506

5

2

3

3

8

7

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

5

2

3

3

8

7

TOTAL, 300 ................................................................

3,027

4,189

3,898

4,631

5,363

4,944

4,872

4,018

3,779

4,069




1
2
17

90
*

1,064

_*

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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion
1976

350 AGRICULTURE
Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Service ....................................
Cooperative State Research Service ..........................
Extension Service .......................................................
Price support and related programs: CCC .................
AMS payments to States and possessions................
Temporary emergency food assistance program .......
TOTAL, 350 ................................................................

TO

1977

117
198
56

1978

1980

1979

87
252
87

371

117
301
409
2

569

1984

8
139
330
1,306
1

1985

3
141
338

12

12

1983

12

13

123

456

13

425

426

13

181
143

99
273
84
1

288
169

1

101

1982

1981

110

2

129
307
548
1

126
323
1,366
1
7
1,822

1,888

1
50

1,832

2,420

370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
Agriculture:
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.........................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Commerce:
Miscellaneous appropriations......................................
Minority business development ..................................
SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Small Business Administration:
Small business assistance..........................................
SUBTOTAL, Small Business Administration ...............
TOTAL, 370 ................................................................
400 TRANSPORTATION
Other Independent Agencies:
WMATA .......................................................................
SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Transportation:
Other Federal fund aid for highways ..........................
Federal-aid highways (trust fund) ...................... TF
Trust fund share of other highway programs.... TF
Federal fund highway safety grants............................
Highway safety grants....................................... TF
Rail service assistance ...............................................
Railroad safety ............................................................
Conrail Commuter Transition Assistance....................
Urban mass transportation grants...............................
Urban mass transportation grants ...................... TF
Grants for airports (Airport and airway trust
fund)............................................................... TF
Coast Guard recreational boating safety ....................
Boat safety......................................................... TF
Merchant Marine Schools...........................................
Research and special programs (pipeline safety and
other) .......................................................................

62

170

52

290

149

84

100

61

65

50

33

71

170

52

290

149

84

100

61

65

50

33

71

46
6,132
13
11
69
2

15
1,605
6
-3
23
5

96
5,799
31
4
96

259
6,825
72
7
166

226
8,675

51
1

4
183
52
2

146
8,641
113
9
197
48
3

279

1,616

1,972

2,408

3,129

3,771

217
8,529
30
14
106
46
1
135
3,655
3

298
10,072
25
9
117
32
2

1,262

102
7,590
64
5
143
54
1
25
3,782

248
12,434
32
6

22

138
5,807
39
8
118
35

3,483
233

2,797
507

335
7

562

556
4

590
2

469

339

453
5

694

789

269
5

6

121

120

34
1

12

SUBTOTAL, Transportation ........................................

7,810

1,955

8,009

*,687

10,354

12,988

13,401

12,105

13,197

14,980

16,984

TOTAL, 400 ................................................................

7,980

2,007

8,299

8,837

10,438

13,087

13,462

12,171

13,248

15,013

17,055




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Table 12.3-T O T A L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:! 9 4 0 -1 9 9 6 Continued
(in millions of dollars)

TQ

1976
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Agriculture:
Rural development planning grants.............................
Rural water and waste disposal grants ......................
Rural community fire protection grants .......................
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.........................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ...............................................
Commerce:
Economic development assistance programs.............
Local public works and drought assistance programs
Regional development programs.................................
Regional development commissions.................. TF
Coastal energy impact fu n d .........................................
SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Energy:
Energy conservation ...................................................

1977

1978

1979

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Interior:
Operation of Indian programs (Area and regional de­
velopment) ...............................................................
SUBTOTAL, Interior....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Appalachian regional development programs.............
FEMA' Disaster assistance..........................................
FEMA: Disaster relief...................................................
Alaska and Virgin Islands land use planning and pub­
lic works
Alaska land use planning' cooperative funds
TF
Payment to the Neighborhood Reinvestment Cor­
poration ...................................................................

1982

1981

1984

1983

1985

75
4
7

24
1
3

113
4
10

180
3
10

4
287
3
11

5
325
3
12

5
269
4
9

3
210
3
6

1
157
2
4

135
3
1

176
3
1

86

28

126

193

306

346

287

221

163

139

180

202

59

21
53

2
17

165
579
17
47

260
3,108
18
43
*

345
1,750
19
45
3

452
416
60
44
4

408
83
31
43
2

323
39
10
16
1

248
17
5
3
-2

248
9
-1
2

263
2
10
*

276

78

808

3,429

2,162

976

567

389

270

259

275

*

7

15

10

*

7

15

10

*

*

52
3,902
225
214

39
4,042
371
156

20
3,792
388
101
1

3
3,554
451
38

SUBTOTAL, Energy....................................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Public works acceleration ............................................
SUBTOTAL, Funds Appropriated to the President
Housing and Urban Development:
Subsidized housing programs
.......................
Planning assistance.....................................................
Community development grants..................................
Urban development action grants ...............................
Urban renewal programs .............................................
Miscellaneous appropriations .....................................
Public facilities (including Model cities, water and
sewers)....................................................................
New community assistance grants..............................

1980

1
1
*

15

92
983

20
439

76
2,089

67
2,464

1,166

295

899

392

62
3,161
73
298

271
1

33

80
2

46
1

38
*

20

19
1

9
1

3
*

4

2,513

787

3,146

2,971

3,632

4,413

4,628

4,310

4,048

4,300

4,357

17

18

18

18

17

17

16

16

17

18

18

18

17

17

16

16

257
2
209

297
3
224

335
5
375

329
268

304
4
110

262
5
182

209
10
207

198
17
163

12

12

14

16

16

16

2
2

*

315

. 72

246

252

59

168

1

*
*

3,819
454
24
_*

3,817
497
28
*

1

1
1

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

568

131

415

467

524

727

610

432

464

442

393

TOTAL, 450 ................................................................

3,445

1,024

4,496

7,078

6,641

6,486

6,124

5,379

4,962

5,157

5,221




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Table 12.3-T O T A L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1976
500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND
SOCIAL SERVICES
Commerce:
Job opportunities program ..........................................
Public telecommunications facilities, planning and
construction .............................................................
SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Education:
Indian education..........................................................
Impact a id ....................................................................
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ........
School improvement programs...................................
Bilingual and Immigrant Education.............................
Education for the handicapped...................................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research ....
Special institutions for the handicapped .....................
Promotion of education for the blind ................. TF
Vocational and adult education ..................................
Higher education .........................................................
Higher education facilities loans.................................
Libraries......................................................................
*** Student financial assistance..................................
SUBTOTAL, Education ...............................................
Health and Human Services-except social security:
Community services block grant ................................
Payments to States for Family Support Activities ......
Social services block grant.........................................
Human development services ....................................
Pmts to State for foster care/adoption assistance .....
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security.............................................................
Interior:
Indian education..........................................................

TO

1977

1978

1979

1980

1982

1981

1984

1983

1985

79

98

12

2

5

*

1

1

1

*

9

269

20

20

12

23

17

19

269

79

98

12

11

25

20

14

23

18

19

25
558
2,108
218
51
90
836
2

13
66
647
60
48
16
235
1

47
719
2,225
274
115
120
870
3

56
706
2,666
291
135
226
868
3

57
858
2,965
395
149
456
946
4

90
622
3,370
523
166
810
956
4

52
693
3,345
627
160
1,023
978
5

74
546
2,939
636
110
1,131
780
5

65
548
2,629
509
108
1,125
852
5

67
567
3,067
570
112
791
1,301
4

748
8

90
2

692
21

691
6

769
24

854
20

723
11

802
3

705
3

719

137
35

16
6

160
62

209
56

255
62

158
78

80
78

101
57

124
51

80
70

78
629
4,194
479
111
928
733
4
*
633
6
8
79
76

4,816

1,200

5,309

5,912

6,940

7,651

7,774

7,185

6,724

7,346

7,960

299
2,251
759

84
561
200

348
2,534
950

353
2,809
1,119

372
3,091
1,199

383
2,763
1,548

368
2,646
1,735
557

240
222
2,567
1,531
402

338
281
2,508
1,685
408

353
259
2,789
1,717
648

372
274
2,743
1,807
738

3,310

846

3,832

4,281

4,662

4,694

5,306

4,962

5,221

5,766

5,934

12

2

5

5

7

7

5

5

5

5

2

12

2

5

5

7

7

5

5

5

5

2

1,887
2,853

519
980

2,340
2,940
3

4,769
4,251
24

3,285
5,397
35

1,796
6,191
45

852
5,926
52

38
3,295
56

45
3,187
51

-15
2,555
59

-18
2,775
70

182
344

-26
170
5

53
551

46
582

65
610

24
710

51
730

24
685

-5
724

16
763

-27
918

SUBTOTAL, Labor ......................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Community services program ......................................
Public broadcasting fund ............................................
Institute of Museum Services .....................................
National Endowments for the Arts: Grants .................

5,266

1,648

5,887

9,673

9,392

8,766

7,611

4,097

4,003

3,378

3,719

380
70

116
26

499
103

537
119

553
120

547
152

576
162

17

6

20

19

22

20

20

131
172
6
18

-18
137
2
28

-12
138
4
26

-1
150
5
30

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Treasury:
Social services claims.................................................

468

147

622

675

695

719

758

326

149

156

184

21,862

21,474

16,589

16,125

16,669

17,817

SUBTOTAL, Interior ....................................................
Labor:
Temporary employment assistance.............................
Training and employment services.............................
Community service employment for older Americans .
State unemployment insurance and employment serv­
ices ..........................................................................
Unemployment trust fund .................................. TF
Salaries and expenses ...............................................

543

SUBTOTAL, Treasury .................................................
TOTAL, 500 ................................................................




543
14,141

3,921

15,753

20,557

22,249

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Table 12.3-T O T A L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PRO G R A M :1940-1996Continued
(in millions of dollars)

550 HEALTH
Agriculture:
Food safety and Inspection .........................................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ...............................................
Executive Office of the President:
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention
SUBTOTAL, Executive Office of the President ..........
Health and Human Services-except social security:
Health Resources and Services..................................
Disease control (Preventive health) ............................
*** Health Resources and Services ............................
*** Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health (Health
care services) .........................................................
*** Grants to States for Medicaid................................
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security.............................................................
Labor:
Occupational and mine safety.....................................

1977

TO

1976

1978

1979

1980

1982

1981

1984

1983

1985

6

27

27

30

30

30

29

29

32

33

6

27

27

30

30

30

29

29

32

33

7

*

★

1

*

_*

*

7

*

*

1

1

*

*

*

768
67
905

168
11
142

884
74
740

494
58
818

293
93
913

25
103
916

240
114
968

4
120
591

55
165
429

154
1,025

162
1,037

535
8,568

156
2,229

471
9,876

605
10,680

594
12,407

679
13,957

664
16,833

656
17,391

506
18,985

501
20,061

501
22,655

10,844

2,706

12,044

12,655

14,301

15,679

18,820

18,762

20,141

21,741

24,356

30
30

1

34

9

32

42

45

48

45

47

54

64

62

SUBTOTAL, Labor......................................................

34

9

32

42

45

48

45

47

54

64

62

TOTAL, 550 ................................................................

10,914

2,721

12,104

12,725

14,377

15,758

18,895

18,839

20,224

21,837

24,451




155

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

TO

1976
600 INCOME SECURITY
Agriculture:
*** Rural housing for domestic farm labor..................
*** Mutual and self-help housing.................................
*** Funds for strengthening markets, income, and
supply (section 32) .................................................
*** Special milk program.............................................
*** Food donations programs for selected groups .....
*** Food stamp program.............................................
*** Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP)
*** Child nutrition programs........................................
*** Nutrition assistance for Puerto R ico ......................

1977

1978

1979

1980

1982

1981

1984

1983

1985

3
3

1
1

7
4

6
4

6
5

13
6

17
7

20
8

16
7

11
8

3
8

277
88
8
267
141
1,790

62
47
*
65
41
343

38
156
48
271
242
2,619

269
135
52
299
371
2,391

270
130
64
324
542
2,732

456
155
101
412
716
3,233

285
100
104
489
928
3,259

379
22
121
752
928
2,853

541
14
147
629
1,147
3,101
814

408
15
172
732
1,396
3,345
814

467
15
167
886
1,538
3,464
825

2,576

560

3,385

3,527

4,072

5,093

5,189

5,084

6,417

6,901

7,372

96

36

186

252
*

5
1,570

39
6,165
110

41
6,331
186
132

384
*
39
6,888
1,180
338

439
1
45
7,694
1,653
641

459
1
20
7,488
1,685
878

497
1
13
7,844
1,991
504

487
*
8
8,311
2,024
585

577
*

67
5,753

247
*
39
6,369
193
56

8,592
2,139
420

5,916

1,611

6,500

6,904

6,943

8,830

10,473

10,530

10,849

11,416

11,728

1,410

283

1,309

1,721

2,119

2,610
*

3,105
1

3,883
3

4,151
3

4,611
4

5,197
5

178

128

506

691

654

824

929

1,008

1,542

1,135

1,205

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Labor:
State unemployment insurance and employment serv­
ices
..........................................................
Unemployment trust fund (administrative ex­
penses) .......................................................... TF

1,588

411

1,814

2,412

2,773

3,435

4,034

4,894

5,695

5,750

6,407

5

15

4

868

209

964

939

952

1,138

1,315

1,417

1,702

1,548

1,576

SUBTOTAL, Labor ......................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
*** Emergency food and shelter program...................

868

209

964

939

952

1,138

1,315

1,422

1,718

1,552

1,576

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Health and Human Services-except social security:
Family support payments to States.............................
Payments to States from receipts for child support ....
*** Supplemental security income program ................
*** Family support payments to States.......................
*** Low income home energy assistance ...................
*** Refugee and Entrant Assistance ...........................
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security .............................................................
Housing and Urban Development:
*** Subsidized housing programs...............................
*** Congregate services program...............................
*** Payments for operation of low income housing
projects....................................................................

79

TOTAL, 600 ................................................................
700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Veterans Affairs:
Medical administration and miscellaneous operating
expenses .................................................................
Assistance for health manpower training institutions ..
Grants for the construction of State veterans ceme­
teries ........................................................................
*** Medical care ..........................................................
*** Grants for construction of state extended care fa­
cilities .......................................................................
TOTAL, 700 ................................................................




58

69

79

SUBTOTAL Other Independent Agencies..................

58

69

10,948

2,791

12,663

13,782

14,740

18,495

21,013

21,930

24,758

25,678

27,153

*
20

*
5

*
31

*
35

1
37

1
40

1
23

5

4
3

6
*

5
2

22

6

40

34

35

*
35

1
41

1
42

2
44

1
54

1
63

9

2

8

7

14

14

9

15

14

5

20

52

13

79

76

86

90

74

63

66

66

91

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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

TO

1976

1977

1979

1978

1980

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
Housing and Urban Development:
Fair housing activities .................................................
SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Justice:
National Institute of Corrections..................................
Justice assistance.......................................................

1982

1981

1983

1984

1985

1

2

5

6

5

1

2

5

6

5

789

168

1
706

4
559

8
497

9
504

8
308

9
159

9
69

3
40

6
64

SUBTOTAL, Justice ....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission..............

789

168

707

563

505

513

316

168

79

44

69

6

1

6

9

12

16

15

17

18

19

20

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

6

1

6

9

12

16

15

17

18

19

20

TOTAL, 750 ................................................................

795

169

713

572

517

529

332

187

101

69

95

800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Agriculture:
Forest Service: shared revenues ................................

89

110

50

226

241

280

241

243

144

203

236

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: shared revenues ........................

89

110

50

226

241

280

241

243

144

203

236

4

4

5

6

5

5

5

6

6

7

SUBTOTAL, Defense-Civil...........................................
Energy:
Payments to states under Federal Power A c t............

4

4

5

6

5

5

5

6

6

7

5

*

1

5

*

56

62

120

SUBTOTAL, Energy....................................................
Interior:
Payments in lieu of ta xe s...........................................
Miscellaneous shared revenues ..................................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral Leas­
ing A c t.....................................................................
Payments to Papago trust and cooperative fund
Administration of territories..........................................
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands...........................
Payments to the United States territories, fiscal as­
sistance ...................................................................
SUBTOTAL, Interior....................................................
Office of Personnel Management:
Intergovernmental personnel assistance.....................
SUBTOTAL Office of Personnel Management ..........
Other Independent Agencies:
Federal payment to the District of Columbia..............

1

*

*

*

*

*

*

1

*

1

100
36

98
117

105
95

103
109

104
116

96
115

96
55

104
68

103
146

78

105

175

210

268

331

536

736

539

19
82

16
21

36
84

61
84

77
105

52
68

73
117

115
131

535
15
65
131

67
104

76
106

33

3

19

22

27

49

113

66

59

65

53

310

181

381

557

619

649

855

1,058

956

1,145

1,023

15

4

13

19

19

19

18

7

15

4

13

226

19

19

-*

19

18

7

*

_*

89

276

304

275

339

365

402

427

486

548

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Treasury:
Antirecession financial assistance fund ......................
General revenue sharing trust fu n d ................... TF
Internal revenue collections for Puerto R ico...............
Customs: Miscellaneous shared revenues..................

226

89

276

304

275

339

365

402

427

486

548

6,243
139
187

1,588
29
39

1,699
6,758
157
238

1,329
6,823
188
237

*
6,848
213
214

6,829
217
278

5,137
240
58

4,569
245
69

4,614
316
76

4,567
365
77

4,584
336
105

SUBTOTAL, Treasury .................................................

6,569

1,655

8,852

8,577

7,275

7,324

5,435

4,883

5,007

5,009

5,024

TCTAL, 800 ................................................................

7,218

2,043

9,571

9,687

8,434

8,616

6,918

6,599

6,541

6,849

6,838

TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS ..............................

59,094

15,920

68,415

77,889

82,858

91,451

94,762

88,195

92,495

97,577

105,897

See footnotes at end of table




157

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TO TA L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAMS940-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
050 NATIONAL DEFENSE
Defense-Military:
Operation and maintenance, N avy.............................
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy ...
Research, development, test, and evaluation, Army ...
Military Construction; Army National Guard................
National Defense Stockpile transaction fund ..............
SUBTOTAL, Defense-Military .....................................
Other Independent Agencies:
FEMA: Disaster assistance.........................................

1988

1989

95

107

104
2

4
1
2
131
28

95

113

108

81

80

80

5
2

2

1992
1994
1993
1995
1991
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

150

200

32

5

40

40

40

165

150

200

32

5

40

40

40

88

91

104

99

98

98

98

98

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies.................

81

80

80

88

91

104

99

98

98

98

98

TOTAL, 050 ................................................................

177

193

188

253

241

304

131

103

138

138

138

270 ENERGY
Energy:
Emergency conservation and regulation.....................

311

242

230

187

228

211

184

72

SUBTOTAL, Energy....................................................
Housing and Urban Development:
Assistance for solar and conservation improvements .

311

242

230

187

228

211

184

72

32

10

3

1

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Other Independent Agencies:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund................................

32

10

3

1

*

*

196

203

225

232

233

240

247

254

267

281

318

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

196

203

225

232

233

240

247

254

267

281

318

TOTAL, 270 ................................................................

538

455

457

420

461

451

431

326

267

281

318

300 NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
Agriculture:
Solid Waste Management Grants ..............................
Resource conservation and development...................
Watershed and flood prevention operations...............
Forest research...........................................................
State and private forestry...........................................

10
169
8
25

7
124
13
27

11
114
14
37

9
94
15
40

19
122

2
24
130

22
82

105

100
*

104
*

104

56

60

62

62

62

62

62

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Commerce:
NOAA: Operations, research, and facilities ................

212

171

176

158

197

216

166

167

163

166

166

139

158

140

151

93

100

74

121

124

124

124

SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Construction grants .....................................................
Abatement, control, and compliance..........................
Hazardous substance superfund....................... TF
Leaking underground storage tank trust fund .... TF

139

158

140

151

93

100

74

121

124

124

124

3,109
260
49

2,919
290
42

2,514
295
78
7

2,354
299
120
24

2,290
341
198
45

2,353
414
253
66

2,194
401
280
85

2,082
466
301
82

1,883
475
318
75

1,482
479
328
75

1,025
481
338
75

3,419

3,251

2,895

2,797

2,874

3,085

2,960

2,931

2,751

2,365

1,919

164
161
39
7
90
25

179
119
85
4
80
25

195
134
122
1
59
25

181
106
146
2
37
28

200
141
179
2
27
31

160
145
186
2
51
33

200
151
205
4
42
35

207
163
224
8
35
36

222
171
241
4
31
36

171
175
258
2
30
36

166
182
269

SUBTOTAL, Environmental Protection Agency ..........
Interior:
Mines and minerals.....................................................
Fish and Wildlife Service............................................
Fish and Wildlife Service (Sport fish restoration) TF
Parks and recreation...................................................
Land acquisition (land and water conservation fund) ..
Historic preservation fu n d ...........................................

30
36

SUBTOTAL, Interior....................................................

486

493

537

500

580

578

637

673

704

672

683

TOTAL, 300 ................................................................

4,255

4,073

3,747

3,606

3,745

3,980

3,838

3,892

3,742

3,327

2,893




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Table 12.3-TO TA L OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
350 AGRICULTURE
Agriculture:
Cooperative State Research Service ..........................
Extension Service .......................................................
Price support and related programs: CCC .................
Commodity Credit Corporation export loan guarantee
s u b ...........................................................................
State mediation grants........................................... .
AMS payments to States and possessions................
Temporary emergency food assistance program .......
TOTAL, 350 ................................................................
370 COMMERCE AND HOUSING CREDIT
Agriculture:
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.........................
SUBTOTAL Agriculture ..............................................
Commerce:
Minority business development ...................................

260
340
1,281

1988

281
319
1,445

1989

302
318
1,400

1992
1994
1991
1993
1995
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

343
360
493

350
364
403

387
388
423

368
407
485

392
424
547

401
401
633

447
401
634

494
401
635

3
1
1
147

1
147

1
147

1
147

1,583

1,630

1,678

1
50

1
46

1
49

1
161

1
167

1
170

1
1
155

1,932

2,092

2,069

1,359

1,285

1,369

1,418

1,514

_*

2

1

1

...............

2

1

1

...............................

2

1

1

400 TRANSPORTATION
Other Independent Agencies:
WMATA .......................................................................

56

52

49

52

60

59

52

52

52

52

52

56

52

49

52

60

59

52

52

52

52

52

148
13,785
36
5
136
20
2

70
12,414
47
4
115
19
2

57
13,665
79
7
118
21
1

64
13,196
81
8
142
14
1

66
13,854
115
-3
140
14

155
13,826
150
6
127
14

212
14,486
176
8
142
14

151
15,715
163
8
156
7

78
16,070
158
5
160

50
16,226
155
4
165

23
17,365
143
2
165

2,666
633

2,586
668

1
2,531
696

2
2,649
849

2
2,849
879

4
2
2,867
1,135

4
14
1,952
1,511

5
1,215
2,197

762
2,682

234
3,021

137
3,418

853
23

917
22

825
31

1,135
27

1,220
26

1,434
35

1,575
35

1,774
35

1,862
35

1,876
35

1,896
35

4

4

1
2

4

4

5

7

11
7

15
7

17
7

17
7

SUBTOTAL Commerce
TOTAL, 370

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Transportation:
Other Federal fund aid for highways ..........................
Federal-aid highways (trust fund) ...................... TF
Trust fund share of other highway programs.... TF
Federal fund highway safety grants............................
Highway safety grants ....................................... TF
Rail service assistance ...............................................
Railroad safety ...........................................................
Local rail service assistance.......................................
Conrail Commuter Transition Assistance ...................
Urban mass transportation grants ...............................
Urban mass transportation grants...................... TF
Grants for airports (Airport and airway trust
fund)............................................................... TF
Boat safety......................................................... TF
Research and special programs (pipeline safety and
other).......................................................................
Pipeline safety.............................................................
SUBTOTAL, Transportation .........................................

18,310

16,867

18,034

18,173

19,166

19,759

20,136

21,443

21,834

21,790

23,207

TOTAL, 400 ................................................................

18,366

16,919

18,083

18,225

19,225

19,818

20,188

21,495

21,886

21,842

23,259




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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
450 COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Agriculture:
Emergency Community Water Assistance Grants......
Rural development grants...........................................
Rural community fire protection grants.......................
Rural development loan fund loan subsidies..............
Rural development loan fund .....................................
Miscellaneous expiring appropriations.........................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Commerce:
Economic development assistance programs.............
Local public works and drought assistance programs
Regional development programs................................
Regional development commissions.................. TF
SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Housing and Urban Development:
Subsidized housing programs ....................................
Other assisted housing programs ..............................
Community development grants.................................
Urban development action grants ..............................
Rental rehabilitation grants.........................................
................
Urban renewal programs ............................................
Miscellaneous appropriations......................................
Public facilities (including Model cities, water and
sewers)...................................................................
New community assistance grants ............................

1989

.1988

★

1994
1992
1993
1991
1995
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

10
1
7
3
12
16
16
126
132
136 water and waste disposal grants ...................... 223
Rural
188
153
3
4
3
3
2

157
3

2

3

2

3

10
227

6
221

2
219

3

178
3

4

5

2

1
182

160

142

134

144

185

208

235

241

231

226

253
2
*

205
1

211

184

160

173

120

73

34

4

*

180
2
-1
*

255

205

211

183

160

182

173

120

73

34

4

142

166

180

271

3,326
461

2,967
354

239
193
2,818
2,948
3,073
242
209
210
4
37
68
6
3
Supp. assist, 3 facilities for the homeless 4
for

36
3,097
200
93
14

3,061
82
34
33

2,906
14
21
43

2,914

2,915

21
53

62

13

3,050
216

*
7

109

8

-1

6

*

*

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Interior:
Operation of Indian programs (Area and regional de­
velopment) ...............................................................
Pmt to White Earth econ. dev. and tribal govt funds .

3,941

3,494

3,557

3,480

3,304

3,555

3,440

3,210

2,984

2,988

2,977

11

8
7

24

21

20

21

55

55

60

63

65

SUBTOTAL, Interior ....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Appalachian regional development programs.............
FEMA: Disaster assistance.........................................
FEMA: Disaster relief..............................................
FEMA: National insurance development fund............
Payment to the Neighborhood Reinvestment Cor­
poration ..................................................................

11

14

24

21

20

21

55

55

60

63

65

154
10
288
2

141
9
193

141
9
164

104
9
123

124
11
1,173

110
16
699

123
13
303

132
12
227

118
12
180

109
12
156

102
12
142

18

19

19

19

27

26

27

27

27

27

27

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

472

361

333

256

1,335

850

466

398

337

304

283

TOTAL, 450 ................................................................

4,861

4,235

4,266

4,074

4,965

4,793

4,341

4,017

3,696

3,620

3,556

2 8 0 -1 0 0 0 - 9 1 - 6




160

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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1986
500 EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND
SOCIAL SERVICES
Commerce:
Job opportunities program..................................
Public telecommunications facilities, planning and
construction.............................................................
SUBTOTAL, Commerce..............................................
Defense-Civil:
Payment to the Henry M. Jackson Foundation..........
SUBTOTAL, Defense-Civil..........................................
Education:
Indian education..........................................................
Impact a id ....................................................................
Chicago litigation settlement.......................................
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ........
School improvement programs....................................
Bilingual and Immigrant Education..............................
Education for the handicapped....................................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research ....
Special institutions for the handicapped .....................
Promotion of education for the blind ................. TF
Vocational and adult education ..................................
Higher education .........................................................
Higher education facilities loans.................................
Libraries.......................................................................
Research, statistics and improvement of practice......
*** Student financial assistance...................................
SUBTOTAL, Education ...............................................
Health and Human Servlces-except social security:
Community services block grant .................................
Interim assistance to States for legalization ...............
Payments to States for Family Support Activities ......
Social services block grant.........................................
Human development services .....................................
Pmts to State for foster care/adoption assistance .....
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security.............................................................
Interior:
Indian education..........................................................
SUBTOTAL, Interior....................................................
Labor:
Training and employment services.............................
Community service employment for older Americans .
State unemployment insurance and employment serv­
ices ..........................................................................
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances........
Unemployment trust fund ................................... TF
SUBTOTAL, Labor......................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Community services program.....................................
Public broadcasting fund ............................................
Institute of Museum Services.....................................
National Endowments for the Arts: G rants.................

1987

1988

1989

1992
1991
1993
1994
1995
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

★

*

*

★

18

22

20

18

23

20

24

13

5

18

22

20

18

23

20

24

13

5

60
735
6
4,165
846
132
1,771
1,490
7

63
799
10
4,437
1,080
152
1,485
1,623
6

62
800
15
5,309
1,422
155
2,101
1,762
8

64
681
14
6,033
1,451
158
2,444
1,821
6

69
640
15
6,336
1,413
159
2,572
1,904
6

70
618
15
6,389
1,423
160
2,528
1,976
6

70
615
5
6,393
1,430
160
2,533
2,045
6

70
615
2
6,393
1,421
160
2,533
2,115
6

10
10
59
678

37
695

3,392
575
98
1,596
1,198
3

3,199
785
103
1,159
1,280
6

18
694
*
4,016
384
130
1,355
1,409
5

*

*

1,225
15

1,261
21

824
21

1,287
25

893
20

1,022
34

1,223
24

1,236
24

1,236
24

1,236
24

6
98

122

94

131

127

144

69
23

35
27

35
26

35
26

82

66

68

68

73

90

108
3
33

8,794

8,693

9,454

10,256

11,167

12,783

13,874

14,453

14,507

14,578

14,636

350

361

351
544
7
2,749
2,267
1,579

444
940
15
2,802
2,799
2,444

21

3

137
2,688
1,771
783

383
321
86
2,671
2,571
1,338

148
584

227
2,671
1,831
794

408
9
90
2,666
1,997
988

2,801
3,204
2,310

2,800
3,285
2,560

2,800
3,375
2,931

2,800
3,416
3,274

2,800
3,416
3,593

5,873

5,740

6,159

7,369

7,496

9,444

9,047

8,666

9,109

9,490

9,809

1,008
*

22

23

22

23

3,019
71

2,929
68

2,958
62

3,020
68

3,042
76

3,049
79

3,149
83

3,253
76

3,093
75

3,117
75

3,104
75

25

38

29

23
3
1,009

25
54
1,039

24
48
1,021

25
7
949

24

24

24

948

948

948

4,325

4,310

4,140

4,164

4,152

327
6
44

327
6
45

260
6
48

260
6
48

260
6
49

932

901

950

-22
17
995

4,046

3,936

3,998

4,078

4,152

4,245

-2
160
6
36

-3
200
5
31

214
5
32

-1
228
5
33

-1
229
5
30

299
6
36

_*

_*

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

199

234

251

266

264

340

377

377

314

314

315

TOTAL, 500 ........................................................

18,953

18,657

19,882

21,987

23,101

26,832

27,648

27,819

28,076

28,547

28,911




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAMS940-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
550 HEALTH
Agriculture:
Food safety and inspection ........................................

1988

1989

1994
1992
1991
1995
1996
1993
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

33

34

35

36

36

46

39

39

39

39

39

33

34

35

36

36

46

39

39

39

39

39

164

182

315

353

386

388

388

388

1,128

230
3
1,085

299

1,078

213
27
1,079

1,141

1,254

1,322

1,456

1,446

1,443

1,442

494
24,995

622
27,435

720
30,462

666
34,604

1,241
41,103

1,646
51,555

1,822
59,833

1,885
68,494

1,897
78,320

1,899
88,748

1,899
99,813

26,731

29,368

32,500

36,588

43,784

54,769

63,330

72,221

82,050

92,478

103,542

59

65

51

55

70

76

79

79

79

79

79

SUBTOTAL, Labor......................................................

59

65

51

55

70

76

79

79

79

79

79

TOTAL, 550 ................................................................

26,823

29,466

32,586

36,679

43,890

54,892

63,447

72,339

82,168

92,595

103,660

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Health and Human Services-except social security:
Disease control (Preventive health) ............................
Public health emergency fu n d ....................................
*** Health Resources and Services ............................
*** Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health (Health
care services) .........................................................
*** Grants to States for Medicaid...............................
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security.............................................................
Labor:
Occupational and mine safety....................................




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:1940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)
1987

1986
600 INCOME SECURITY
Agriculture:
*** Rural housing for domestic farm labor..................
*** Mutual and self-help housing.................................
*** Rural housing preservation grants.........................
*** Funds for strengthening markets, income, and
supply (section 32) .................................................
*** Special milk program..............................................
*** Food donations programs for selected groups .....
*** Food stamp program..............................................
*** Supplemental feeding programs (WIC and CSFP)
*** Child nutrition programs.........................................
*** Nutrition assistance for Puerto R ico ......................
SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Health and Human Services-except social security:
Program administration ................................................
Payments to States for Family Support Activities ......
Payments to States from receipts for child support ....
*** Family support payments to States......................
*** Low income home energy assistance...................
*** Refugee and Entrant Assistance...........................
*** Payments to states for daycare assistance ..........
SUBTOTAL, Health and Human Services- except so­
cial security.............................................................
Housing and Urban Development:
Section 8 moderate rehab, single room occupancy ....
Home Block Grant ......................................................
*** Subsidized housing programs................................
*** Congregate services program................................
*** Asst, for the renewal of expiring sect. 8 contracts
*** HOPE grants .........................................................
*** Shelter plus care Section 8 moderate rehabilita­
tion ...........................................................................
*** Shelter plus care Section 202 rental assistance ...
*** Payments for operation of low income housing
projects....................................................................
*** Drug elimination grants for low-income housing ....
*** Low-rent public housing—loans and other ex­
penses .....................................................................
*** Emergency shelter grants program .......................
*** Transitional housing program................................
*** Rental Housing Assistance for the Homeless

1989

1988

1994
1991
1992
1993
estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

1995
1996
estimate estimate

9
6
10

7
7
19

12
7
19

8
8
20

15
8
20

12
9
21

8

5

5

5

351
15
183
968
1,613
3,663
824

381
15
188
1,107
1,701
3,907
852

373
18
194
1,113
1,850
4,141
880

445
18
229
1,167
1,993
4,437
908

368
18
245
1,199
2,194
4,853
931

367
22
250
1,509
2,407
5,494
963

400
22
264
1,530
2,641
5,893
1,013

400
23
266
1,601
2,749
6,396
1,051

400
23
265
1,671
2,851
6,934
1,091

400
24
265
1,743
2,857
7,492
1,133

400
25
265
1,818
2,857
7,996
1,163

7,642

8,178

8,601

9,237

9,844

11,055

11,805

12,492

13,240

13,919

14,530

6

3

10

4

7
636

8
868

7
988

7
1,078

7
1,135

7
1,022

17
7

★

*

*

*

4
258
*

9,877
2,046
422

10,540
1,829
374

10,764
1,585
312

11,166
1,393
370

12,246
1,314
391

14,110
1,669
339
22

15,117
991
363
567

15,648
796
366
745

16,102
552
366
789

16,566
393
366
794

16,985
287
366
750

12,351

12,746

12,672

12,933

14,213

16,784

17,914

18,549

18,894

19,260

19,417

8,729
5
3

4
10
9,848
8
336

10
105
10,175
1
1,233
41

380
10,427
2
2,060
299

710
10,848

925
11,315

1,000
12,108

2,820
727

3,215
975

2,478
1,011

1
7

3

7

12

18

5,221
4

4,588
4

5,880
5

6,154
5

2
1,181

1,388

1,489

1,012

1,393
2

1,519

1,759

2,013
*

2,150
76

2,174
158

2,228
165

2,295
165

2,357
165

1,210
23
11

773
42
22

458
46
33

329
67
57
11

226
73
81
43

121
72
105
76

119
70
128
104

116
65
148
132

58
152
161

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Labor:
Unemployment trust fund (administrative ex­
penses) .......................................................... TF

7,418

7,375

8,618

8,515

11,033

12,684

14,222

15,876

17,925

19,361

19,508

1,570

1,560

1,610

1,714

1,742

2,084

2,263

2,191

2,143

2,107

2,083

SUBTOTAL, Labor......................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
*** Emergency food and shelter program...................

1,570

1,560

1,610

1,714

1,742

2,084

2,263

2,191

2,143

2,107

2,083

89

114

120

125

132

139

100

100

100

100

100

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................

89

114

120

125

132

139

100

100

100

100

100

TOTAL, 600 ................................................................

29,070

29,972

31,620

32,523

36,964

42,745

46,304

49,208

52,301

54,747

55,637




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM:!940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
700 VETERANS BENEFITS AND SERVICES
Veterans Affairs:
Medical administration and miscellaneous operating
expenses .................................................................
Assistance for health manpower training institutions ..
Grants for the construction of State veterans ceme­
teries ........................................................................
*** Medical c a re ..........................................................
*** Grants for construction of state extended care fa­
cilities .......................................................................

1988

1989

1992
1994
1991
1993
1995
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

4
1

*

-*

*

4
65

1
67

*
78

2
83

3
92

6
104

17

26

28

41

38

42

46

60

79

85

85

TOTAL, 700 ................................................................

90

95

106

127

134

152

181

201

228

239

240

750 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
Housing and Urban Development:
Fair housing activities .................................................

5

6

8

7

5

18

16

13

13

14

15

5

6

8

7

5

18

16

13

13

14

15

17
7
89
11

47
3
148
49

77
3
239
58

156
3
235
76

177
3
244
85

200
3
519
113

205
3
399
144

215
2
523
134

2
466
134

2
463
134

2
463
134

SUBTOTAL, Justice....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission..............
State Justice Institute..................................................

124

248

377

469

508

835

750

875

602

599

599

21

20
*

20
3

20
8

20
10

25
10

25
9

25

25
2

25

25

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Treasury:
Payments to the Government of Puerto Rico ............
Customs forfeiture fund ..............................................

21

20

23

28

30

35

34

25

27

25

25

5

8
6

8
11

17

30

40

44

46

47

49

51

SUBTOTAL, Housing and Urban Development..........
Justice:
Assets forfeiture fu n d ..................................................
National Institute of Corrections..................................
Justice assistance.......................................................
Crime Victims Fund ....................................................

6
128

5
136

5
144

6
149

6
150

SUBTOTAL, Treasury.................................................

5

14

19

17

30

40

44

46

47

49

51

TOTAL, 750 ................................................................

155

288

427

520

574

928

845

958

689

688

690




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Table 12.3-TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, BY FUNCTION, AGENCY, AND PROGRAM-.1940-1996-

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1986
800 GENERAL GOVERNMENT
Agriculture:
Forest Service: shared revenues ...............................

1988

1994
1992
1991
1993
1995
1996
estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate estimate

1990

1989

399

303

305

362

369

356

366

364

368

368

368

SUBTOTAL, Agriculture ..............................................
Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers: shared revenues ........................

399

303

305

362

369

356

366

364

368

368

368

7

7

5

5

6

7

6

6

6

6

6

SUBTOTAL, Defense-Civil...........................................
Energy:
Payments to states under Federal Power A c t............

7

7

5

5

6

7

6

6

6

6

6

*
*

1

2

2

2

3

2

2

1

2

2

2

3

2

2

100
31

105
89

103
86

104
128

103
231

104
119

105
131

105
134

105
121

105
121

105
116

423
77
93

375
52
38

396
70
35

432
69
46

451
78
38

515
85
48

472
61
19

476
61
19

494
61
19

510
61
19

527
61
19

SUBTOTAL, Energy....................................................
Interior:
Payments in lieu of ta xe s...........................................
Miscellaneous shared revenues ..................................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral Leas­
ing A c t.....................................................................
Administration of territories..........................................
Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands...........................
Payments to the United States territories, fiscal as­
sistance ...................................................................

78

71

71

80

74

75

78

82

85

88

91

SUBTOTAL, Interior ....................................................
Other Independent Agencies:
Commission on national and community service S&E
Federal payment to the District of Columbia..............

802

731

762

860

976

946

868

878

886

905

920

530

560

550

538

578

15
568

15
536

536

536

536

536

SUBTOTAL, Other Independent Agencies..................
Treasury:
General revenue sharing trust fu n d ................... TF
Internal revenue collections for Puerto R ico...............
Customs: Miscellaneous shared revenues..................

530

560

550

538

578

584

551

536

536

536

536

5,114
205
100

76
225
97

_*

210
116

*
308
129

277
101

277
135

277
141

277
147

277
152

277
156

277
161

SUBTOTAL, Treasury .................................................

5,420

398

326

437

378

412

418

424

429

433

438

TOTAL, 800 ................................................................

7,159

2,000

1,950

2,204

2,309

2,307

2,212

2,210

2,224

2,248

2,268

TOTAL OUTLAYS FOR GRANTS ..............................

112,379

108,446

115,382

121,976

136,894

158,572

170,984

184,082

196,997

209,901

223,247

* $500 thousand or less.
Note: All data in this table are Federal funds, unless noted as being Trust funds (TF).
*** All grants that are also payments for individuals are identified by a triple asterisk (***) preceding the title.




165

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996
(in millions of dollars)

1936
Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions..............................................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share employee retirement (952).....................................
Interest (903)
................................................................................
O ther................................... ..............................................................

1937

1939

1938

1940

1941

1942

1943

1944

1945

265

387

503

550

688

896

1,130

1,292

1,310

2

15

27

42

56

71

87

103

124

Total intragovernmental receipts ...................................................
Other cash income
......................................................

2

15

27

42

56

71

87

103

124

Total cash income .........................................................................

267

402

530

592

744

967

1,218

1,395

1,434

*

5

14

16

64

110

149

185

240

12

27

27

27

33

27

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments...................................................................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account........................................
Interest payments ...................................................................................
Administrative expenses....................................... .................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilitation) .................................
.......................................................

*

5

14

28

91

137

177

217

267

Surplus or deficit (—) ..................................................................................

267

397

516

564

653

830

1,041

1,178

1,167

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from other trust funds ............
Fund balance, end of y e a r.........................................................................

267

664

1,180

1,745

2,398

3,227

4,268

5,446

6,613

267

662
2

1,177
3

1,738
7

2,381
17

3,202
26

4,237
31

5,409
38

6,546
67

Total cash outgo

.

Invested balance........................................................................................
Uninvested balance....................................................................................
See footnotes at end of table.

Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1946
Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions..............................................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952).....................................
Interest (903).....................................................................................
O ther..................................................................................................

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1,238

1,459

1,616

1,690

2,106

3,120

3,594

4,097

4,589

5,081

148

163

191
1

230
3

257
4

287
4

334
4

387

1
439
12

6
438
10

Total intragovernmental receipts ...................................................
Other cash income ................................................................................

148

164

191

233

260

291

337

387

452

454

Total cash income ........................................................................

1,386

1,623

1,807

1,924

2,367

3,411

3,932

4,483

5,040

5,535

321

426

512

607

727

1,498

1,982

2,627

3,276

4,333

37

41

47

53

57

70

85

89

89

103

Total cash outgo............................................................................

358

466

559

661

784

1,569

2,067

2,717

3,364

4,436

Surplus or deficit (—) .................................................................................

1,028

1,157

1,248

1,263

1,583

1,843

1,864

1,766

1,677

1,098

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from other trust funds ............
Fund balance, end of y e a r.........................................................................

7,641

8,798

10,047

11,310

12,893

14,736

16,600

18,366

20,040

21,141

Invested balance........................................................................................
Uninvested balance....................................................................................

7,549
93

8,742
56

9,937
110

11,231
79

12,645
248

14,323
413

16,273
327

17,818
549

19,337
703

20,580
560

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments...................................................................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account ........................................
Interest payments ...................................................................................
Administrative expenses.........................................................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilitation) .................................

See footnotes at end of table.




*

*

★

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Table 13.1-C A S H INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—

Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1956
Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions...........................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)..................
Interest (903) ..................................................................
Other...............................................................................
Total intragovernmental receipts................................
Other cash income.............................................................
Total cash income .....................................................
Cash outgo:
Benefit payments................................................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account.....................
Interest payments ...............................................................
Administrative expenses.....................................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilitation) ..............

1957

1958

1959

1960

1962

1961

1963

1964

1965

6,425

6,457

7,138

7,418

9,671

11,104

11,267

13,117

15,242

15,567

18
487
7

83
555
5

130
555

147
543

171
516

189
530
1

203
539

224
512

2

2

260
539
3

263
583
3

513 '

644

687

~690

720

744

738

80?

849

6,938

7,101

7,825

MÖ9

10,360

11,824

12,011

13,856

16,043

16,417

5,361

6,515

7,875

9,049
124

10,270
600

11,185
332

12,658
361

13,845
423

14,579
403

15,226
436

124

150

166

206
-3

203
-3

236

252
9

263
1

303

-2 2

300
3

2

1

-1

Total cash outgo........................................................

5,485

6,665

8,041

9,377

11,069

11,730

13,279

14,531

15,284

15,965

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................

1,452

436

-216

-1,268

-710

94

-1,268

-675

760

452

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from other trust
funds ...................................................................................
Fund balance, end of y e a r.....................................................

22,593

23,029

22,813

21,545

20,835

20,929

19,662

18,987

19,746

20,198

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.................................................................

22,041
552

22,263
766

21,765
1,048

20,478
1,066

19,756
1,079

19,553
1,376

18,456
1,206

17,633
1,354

18,325
1,421

18,783
1,415

332

911

878

970

1,005

1,004

1,058

1,124

1,156

15
16

17
33

17
47

19
65

Total interfund receipts..............................................
Other intragovernmental receipts.......................................

3?

5Ï"

64
27

85

Total intragovernmental receipts ................................
Inter-trust interest (from OASI) ..........................................
Other cash income .............................................................

3Î"

51~

"~9ÏT

85

942

928

1,061

1,083

1,092

1,145

1,211

1,241

168

339

528

704
5
36

1,011

1,171

11

20

66

69

1,251
19
70

1,392
24
82

1,089

1,259

1,339

1,498

-114

-128

-258

Disability insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions..........................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)..................
Interest (903) ..................................................................
Other...............................................................................

Total cash income .....................................................

339

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments................................................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account .....................
Administrative expenses.....................................................
Interest payments...............................................................
Other outgo (mainly vocational rehabilitation) ....................

12

21

32

-1

180

Total cash outgo........................................................

360

560

745

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................

337

762

568

501

338

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fu n d .................
Fund balance, end of y e a r.....................................................

337

1,099

1,667

2,168

2,505

2,509

2,394

2,266

2,009

~325

1,055
45

1,607
60

2,101

2,386
119

2,407
102

2,278
116

2,141
125

1,878
131

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.................................................................
See footnotes at end of table.




12

66

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Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—
Continued
(in m s of dollars)
illion

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

17,556

22,197

22,265

25,484

29,396

31,354

35,132

40,703

47,778

55,207

58,703

310
588
7

370
725
79

397
896
78

469
1,009
382

559
1,346
442

561
1,617
449

579
1,718
488

615
1,846
475

677
2,039
442

810
2,292
447

852
2,344
425

Total intragovernmental receipts .............
Other cash income..........................................

905

1,174
*

1,371
4

1,859
4

2,347
3

2,627
1

2,785
*

2,936
*

3,157
*

3,549
*

3,621
3

Total cash income ..................................

18,461

23,371

23,641

27,348

31,746

33,982

37,916

43,639

50,935

58,756

62,327

18,071
444

18,886
508

20,737
438

23,732
491

26,267
579

31,101
613

34,541
724

42,170
783

47,849
909

54,839
982

62,140
1,212

254

334

449

465

474

552

582

667

723

848

935
9

Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions........
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)
Interest (903) ...............................................
O ther............................................................

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account ...
Interest payments ............................................
Administrative expenses..................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilita­
tion) ..............................................................

*

1

1

*

2

1

2

1

3

2

8

Total cash outgo.....................................

18,770

19,729

21,624

24,690

27,320

32,268

35,848

43,623

49,483

56,676

64,296

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

-309

3,642

2,017

2,657

4,426

1,714

2,068

16

1,452

2,080

-1,969

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from
other trust funds ..............................................
Fund balance, end of y e a r..................................

19,889

23,531

25,548

28,205

32,631

34,345

36,413

36,429

37,881

39,961

37,992

31,375
2,970

33,203
3,211

35,501
928

37,717
164

39,892
69

37,968
25

17,925
1,964

21,780
1,751

23,250
2,298

26,235
1,971

30,121
2,510

1,530

2,204

2,651

3,469

4,063

4,490

4,775

5,381

6,147

7,250

7,686

27
54

45
67
16

48
83
16

63
140
32

78
221
16

79
324
16

78
388
50

80
434
51

87
482
52

106
512
52

111
468
90

Total interfund receipts...........................
Other intragovernmental receipts.....................

81

128

147

235

315

419

516

565

621

670

669

Total intragovernmental receipts .............
Inter-trust interest (from OASI) ........................
Other cash income ..........................................

81

128

147

235

315

419

516

565

621

670

669

*

*

2

1

1

1

*

*

*

Total cash income ..................................

1,611

2,332

2,800

3,705

4,380

4,910

5,291

5,946

6,768

7,920

8,355

1,721
25
184

1,861
31
99

2,088
20
112

2,443
21
134

2,778
10
149

3,381
13
190

4,046
24
212

5,162
20
247

6,159
22
154

7,630
29
253

9,222
26
266
92

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................
Disability insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions........
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)
Interest (903) ...............................................
O ther............................................................

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account ...
Administrative expenses..................................
Interest payments .............................................
Other outgo (mainly vocational rehabilitation) ..

*

2

7

15

15

16

21

28

39

49

71

2,237

Total cash outgo.....................................

1,931

1,997

2,613

2,954

3,606

4,309

5,467

6,384

7,982

9,606

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

-321

335

564

1,092

1,426

1,305

982

479

384

-62

-1,251

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fund
Fund balance, end of y e a r............................. .

1,688

2,024

2,587

3,679

5,105

6,410

7,392

7,871

8,255

8,192

6,941

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

1,465
224

1,835
189

2,351
236

3,492
187

4,835
270

6,078
332

7,012
380

7,803
68

8,195
60

8,158
35

6,931
10

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 13 .1 -C A S H INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1967

1966
Hospital insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions........
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (951)
Interest (902)...............................................
Interest from OASI .......................................
Other............................................................

1968

1971

1970

1969

1972

1974

1973

1975

1976

893

2,645

3,493

4,398

4,755

4,874

5,205

7,603

10,551

11,252

11,987

16
6

60
46

65
61

79
96

91
139

87
183

85
190

121
198

147
408

166
614

175
716

338

284

771

628

874

551

429

499

529

658

Total intragovernmental receipts .............
Other (proprietary) receipts:
Premium income ..........................................
Other (mainly proprietary interest)...............

22

444

410

946

859

1,144

826

748

1,054

1,309

1,549

*

★

*

*

*

4

*

*

6
1

8
*

Total cash income ...................................

915

3,089

3,902

5,344

5,614

6,018

6,031

8,352

11,610

12,568

13,544

64

2,508
89

4,654
4,804
5,442
3,736
6,108
104
79 Administrative expenses...................................
149
149
166

6,648
193

7,806
258

10,353
256

12,267
308

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments..............................................
Interest on normalized transfers ......................
O ther................................................................

*

1

1

1

1

2

4

Total cash outgo......................................

64

2,597

3,815

4,758

4,953

5,592

6,276

6,842

8,065

10,612

12,579

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

851

492

87

586

661

426

-244

1,510

3,545

1,956

966

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fund
Fund balance, end of y e a r...................................

851

1,343

1,431

2,017

2,677

3,103

2,859

4,369

7,914

9,870

10,836

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance...............................................

786
65

1,298
45

1,370
60

2,001
15

2,653
24

3,030
73

2,884
-25

4,222
146

7,864
49

9,761
109

10,942
-106

14
623

21
634

23
984

12
928

17
1,245

29
1,365

45
1,430

76
2,029

106
2,330

104
2,939

Total intragovernmental receipts.........
Premium income:
From aged participants............................
From disabled participants ......................

637

655

1,008

940

1,263

1,394

1,476

2,105

2,435

3,043

647

698

903

936

1,253

1,340

1,427

1,579
125

1,750
151

1,769
168

Total premium income.........................
Other............................................................

647

698

903

936

1,253

1,340

1,427

1,704

1,901

1,937

Total cash income ...................................

1,284

1,353

1,911

1,876

2,516

2,734

2,902

3,809

4,336

4,980

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Administrative expenses...................................
Other (mainly health insurance experiments) ...

664
134

1,390
143

1,645
195

1,979
217

2,035
248

2,255
289

2,391
246

2,874
409

3,765
404

★

*

*

*

4,671
528
1

Total cash outgo......................................

798

1,532

1,840

2,196

2,283

2,544

2,637

3,283

4,170

5,200

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

486

-179

71

-321

233

191

265

526

166

-220

290

481

746

1,272

1,424

1,205

257
33

478
3

700
46

1,231
41

1,378
46

1,230
-26

Supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Offsetting collections:
Intragovernmental receipts:
Interest (902)...........................................
Federal contributions ...............................

★

Fund balance at end of year................................

486

307

378

57

Invested balance
..........................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

479
7

281
25

358
20

13
44

See footnotes at end of table.




★

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HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

TQ

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

15,886

68,032

73,141

83,410

96,581

117,757

122,840

128,972

150,312

169,822

182,518

220
80

863
2,279
614

906
2,151
613

948
1,920
615

1,027
1,886
557

1,259
2,015
540

1,406
1,707
675

1,534
1,396
18,683

1,852
2,752
8,400

2,288
3,537
6,639

2,608
3,698
7,544

Total intragovernmental receipts .............
Other cash income..........................................

300
*

3,756
8

3,670
★

3,483

3,470

3,814

3,788

21,613
*

13,004
★

12,465
*

13,850
*

Total cash income ..................................

16,186

71,795

76,811

86,893

100,051

121,572

126,629

150,586

163,315

182,287

196,368

16,876

71,271
1,208

78,524
1,589

87,592
1,448

100,615
1,442

119,413
1,585

134,655
1,793

234

993

1,086

1,077

1,160

1,302

1,475

148,312
2,251
1,544
1,552

155,846
2,404
2,565
1,585

165,422
2,310
2,293
1,588

174,364
2,585
1,013
1,610

1

7

6

12

10

4

6

330

6

Total cash outgo.....................................

17,110

73,479

81,205

90,129

103,227

122,304

137,929

153,989

162,406

171,614

179,572

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

-924

-1,683

-4,394

-3,236

-3,176

-733

-11,300

-3,403

909

10,673

16,797

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from
other trust funds ..............................................
..................................

37,068

35,384

27,754
30,990 Fund balance, end of y e a r23,845
24,578

12,545

17,519
26,661

27,570

-4,634
33,879

-13,155
37,521

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

37,055
13

35,410
-25

30,967
23

27,328
426

23,577
1,000

23,255
590

11,932
614

25,503
1,158

27,224
346

30,971
2,908

36,948
573

2,130

8,786

12,250

14,584

16,628

12,418

20,626

18,348

15,763

16,348

17,711

29
13

114
372
103

154
251
128

166
305
142

177
454
118

171
273
130

240
363
168

244
449
2,447

192
558
753

221
580
548

249
631
1,427

Total interfund receipts............................
Other intragovernmental receipts.....................

42

589

533

612

749
11

574

772

3,140

1,503

1,349

2,308

Total intragovernmental receipts.............
Inter-trust interest (from OASI) ........................
Other cash income ..........................................

42

589

533

612

760

574

772

*

*

*

*

*

*

3,140
419
*

1,503
546
*

1,349
365

2,308
159

Total cash income ..................................

2,172

9,374

12,784

15,196

17,388

12,992

21,398

21,907

17,812

18,062

20,177

2,555

11,135
378

13,428
30
402

14,899

71

12,214
30
327

334

16,853
29
402

17,399
26
572

27

77

84

84

99

-4

37

17,588
28
659
13
4

17,735
22
585
77
40

18,654
43
603
69
3

19,526
68
600
45
4

Total cash outgo......................................

2,653

11,590

12,655

13,944

15,332

17,280

18,035

18,291

18,459

19,372

20,243

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

-481

-2,216

128

1,252

2,057

-4,288

3,363

3,615

-647

-1,310

-66

4,644

2,540
5,874

2,541
8,349

4,656
-12

5,704
170

8,335
14

Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions........
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)
Interest (903) ...............................................
Other............................................................

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account ...
Interest payments............................................
Administrative expenses..................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilita­
tion) 1 ..........................................................

Disability insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions . ,
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)
Interest (903)...............................................
O ther............................................................

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account ...
Administrative expenses..................................
Interest payments ............................................
Other outgo (mainly vocational rehabilitation) ..

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fund
Fund balance, end of y e a r..................................

6,460

4,245

4,373

5,625

7,682

3,394

6,757

-5,081
5,291

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

6,453
7

4,242
3

4,352
21

5,583
43

7,674
7

3,392
2

6,753
4

5,288
2

See footnotes at end of table.




170

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

TQ
Hospital insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions........
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (951)
Interest (902) 2 .............................................
Interest from O A S I.......................................
Other............................................................

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

3,457

13,474

16,668

19,874

23,217

30,340

34,301

35,641

40,262

44,871

51,335

45
12

175
771

206
797

228
883

249
1,061

332
1,325

397
1,873

944

860

907

871

834

1,015

1,054
1,656
1,028
4,541

1,306
1,686
1,337
1,106

1,449
2,016
1,207
1,348

1,604
2,809
383
254

Total intragovernmental receipts .............
Other (proprietary) receipts:
Premium income ..........................................
Other (after 1984, mainly for kidney dialy­
sis) ...........................................................

57

1,890

1,863

2,018

2,182

2,490

3,285

8,279

5,435

6,020

5,049

2

11

12

17

17

21

25

26

35

38

40

1

*

*

*

3

*

★

*

Total cash income ...................................

3,516

15,374

18,543

21,910

25,415

32,851

37,611

43,949

45,732

50,928

56,424

3,314
88

14,906
295

17,415
442

19,898
443

23,793
486

28,909
333

34,344
510

7

4

1

8

7

10

41,461
632
187
15

47,710
813
13
131

48,867
667

1

38,102
519
27
-97

Total cash outgo......................................

3,404

15,207

17,862

20,343

24,288

29,248

34,864

38,551

42,295

48,667

49,685

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

112

167

681

1,567

1,127

3,603

2,747

5,398

3,437

2,261

6,739

17,237

1,824
21,322

10,613
38Ì674

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments..............................................
Administrative expenses...................................
Interest on normalized transfers ......................
O th e r................................................................

*

151

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fund
Fund balance, end of y e a r...................................

10,948

11,115

11,796

13,363

14,490

18,093

20,840

-12,437
13,800

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

11,009
-62

10,974
141

11,757
39

13,164
199

14,656
-166

18,191
-99

20,800
40

13,514
286

16,982
255

21,176
146

38,340
334

Supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Offsetting collections:
Intragovernmental receipts:
Interest (902)............................................
Federal contributions ...............................

4
878

137
5,053

229
6,386

363
6,841

416
6,932

384
8,747

473
13,323

680
14,238

807
16,811

1,154
17,898

1,228
18,076

Total intragovernmental receipts.........
Premium income:
From aged participants............................
From disabled participants ......................

882

5,190

6,614

7,204

7,347

9,132

13,796

14,918

17,618

19,052

19,304

492
46

1,987
206

2,186
245

2,373
263

2,637
291

2,987
332

3,460
371

3,834
393

4,463
444

5,042
482

5,200
500

Total premium income.........................
O ther............................................................

539

2,193
*

2,431
*

2,636
*

2,928
*

3,319
*

3,831
*

4,227
1

4,907
*

5,524
-*

5,699
*

Total cash income ...................................

1,421

7,383

9,045

9,840

10,275

12,451

17,627

19,147

22,526

24,576

25,004

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments.............................................
Administrative expenses...................................
Other ................................................................

1,269
132
*

5,865
475
2

6,852
494
4

8,259
544
1

10,144
594
8

12,345
889
7

14,806
746
7

17,487
823
6

19,475
899

21,808
923

25,166
1,051

Total cash outgo......................................

1,401

6,342

7,350

8,805

10,746

13,240

15,559

18,317

20,374

22,730

26,217

Surplus or deficit (—) ..........................................

20

1,041

1,696

1,035

-471

-789

2,068

830

2,151

1,846

-1,214

Fund balance at end of year................................

1,225

2,279

3,975

5,010

4,539

3,750

5,818

6,648

8,799

10,645

9,431

Invested balance..................................................
Uninvested balance..............................................

1,244
-19

2,232
47

4,021
-45

4,974
36

4,558
-19

3,821
-72

5,874
-56

6,958
-310

9,117
-318

10,736
-91

9,424
7

See footnotes at end of table.




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Table 13.1-CASH INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—
Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

284,865

305,779

330,131

352,114

376,827

5,264
19,128
5,382

5,629
22,568
5,614

6,136
26,685
6,038

6,726
31,160
6,476

7,350
36,422
6,934

8,016
42,407
7,411

24,568

29,774

33,811

38,859

44,362

50,706

57,834

261,495

279,599

299,251

318,676

344,638

374,493

402,820

434,661

192,541
2.790
836
1,730
*

204,648
2,845
989
1,658

218,957
2,969
982
1,566
★

236,382
3,516
361
1,706

253,776
3,349

269,727
3,495

284,379
3,626

298,934
3,736

313,756
3,799

1,877

1,744

1,817

1,776

1,723

186,780

197,897

210,141

224,475

241,965

259,002

274,966

289,822

304,446

319,278

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................

20,745

38,700

51,354

55,125

57,286

59,674

69,672

84,671

98,374

115,383

Borrowing or repayment (—) of borrowing from other trust
funds ...................................................................................
Military service credit adjustment...........................................
Fund balance, end of y e a r.....................................................

58,266

96,966

148,320

203,445

-2,114
258,617

318,291

387,964

472,635

571,009

686,392

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.................................................................

58,356
-89

97,137
-171

148,565
-245

203,495
-50

258,616
1

318,290
1

387,963
1

472,634
1

571,008
1

686,391
1

18,861

21,154

23,071

26,625

28,810

30,389

32,921

35,368

37,733

40,386

289
795
167

382
657
266

426
745
335

529
866
302

563
1,036
146

602
1,165
233

658
1,364
238

720
1,609
245

788
1,904
252

861
2,232
261

Total intragovernmental receipts................................
Inter-trust interest (from OASI) ..........................................
Other cash income.............................................................

1,251

1,306

1,506

1,697

1,744

2,000

2,260

2,574

2,944

3,354

3

*

Total cash income .....................................................

20,115

22,460

24,577

28,322

30,554

32,389

35,181

37,942

40,677

43,740

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments 3 .............................................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account.....................
Administrative expenses.....................................................
Interest payments...............................................................
Other outgo (mainly vocational rehabilitation)....................

20,421
57
738
60
15

21,395
61
803
80
21

22,516
88
747
95
40

24,306
80
707
100
38

26,490
67
765
39
38

28,689
56
847

30,613
55
844

32,288
59
933

34,214
63
913

36,372
67
888

Total cash outgo........................................................

21,290

22,360

23,487

25,230

27,400

29,630

31,512

33,280

35,190

37,327

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................

-1,175

100

1,090

3,091

3,155

2,759

3,669

4,662

5,487

6,413

Lending (—) or repayment of loans to OASI fu n d .................
Military service credit adjustment...........................................
7,174
7,273
Fund balance, end of y e a r..................................................... 8,364

11,455

-775
13,835

16,594

20,262

24,925

30,411

36,824

11,505
-50

13,834
1

16,593
1

20,261
1

24,924
1

30,410
1

36,823
1

1991
estimate

1987

1988

1989

1990

194,541

220,337

240,595

255,031

269,477

3,011
4,495
5,447

4,000
6,758
5,501

4,432
10,649
5,819

5,038
15,125
4,405

Total intragovernmental receipts...............................
Other cash income.............................................................

12,953
30

16,259

20,900

Total cash income .....................................................

207,525

236,596

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments............................ ...................................
Payments to the railroad retirement account.....................
Interest payments ...............................................................
Administrative expenses.....................................................
Other outgo (mainly for vocational rehabilitation) ..............

182,055
2,557
625
1,542

Total cash outgo........................................................

Old age and survivors insurance fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions...........................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)..................
Interest (903) ..................................................................
Other...............................................................................

Disability insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions...........................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (952)..................
Interest (903)..................................................................
O ther..............................................................................

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.............................................................. .
See footnotes at end of table.




7,193
-19

7,345
-72

1992
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

*

8,428
-65

38

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Table 13 .1 -C A S H INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—

Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

1987

1988

1989

1990

55,992

59,859

65,396

68,556

74,037

82,708

90,123

96,814

103,105

110,190

1,700
3,994

1,884
5,169

2,007
6,603

2,153
7,943

2,209
9,195

2,346
10,351

2,470
11,774

2,608
13,225

2,743
14,576

2,889
15,760

999

1,045

1,070

798

601

748

441

384

344

318

Total intragovernmental receipts ................................
Other (proprietary) receipts:
Premium income ............................................................
Other (after 1984, mainly for kidney dialysis)................

6,693

8,098

9,679

10,894

12,006

13,445

14,685

16,217

17,663

18,967

40
9

42

42

113

217

484

529

587

654

728

Total cash income .....................................................

62,735

67,999

75,117

79,563

86,260

96,637

105,337

113,619

121,421

129,885

49,804
827

51,862
707

57,317
805

65,722
774

68,897
1,070

74,151
913

80,802
949

89,012
938

98,155
937

109,051
937

172

160

116

190

243

337

Total cash outgo........................................................

50,803

52,730

58,238

66,687

70,211

75,402

81,751

89,950

99,092

109,988

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................
Military service credit adjustment
.....................
Transfer of catastrophic health insurance balances...............
Fund balance, end of y e a r.....................................................

11,932

15,270

16,880

12,876

16,049
-1,100

21,235

23,586

23,668

22,329

19,897

50,606

65,876

82,755

95,631

110,580

1,516
133,331

156,917

180,585

202,914

222,812

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.................................................................

50,779
-173

66,078
-202

82,689
66

98,867
-3,236

110,579
1

133,330
1

156,916
1

180,584
1

202,913
1

222,811
1

527

-527

Hospital insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Social insurance taxes and contributions...........................
Intragovernmental receipts:
Employer share, employee retirement (951)..................
Interest (902) 2 ...............................................................
Interest from OASI .........................................................
O ther.......................•........................................................

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments 4 .............................................................
Administrative expenses.....................................................
Interest on normalized transfers .......................................
Other4 ..............................................................................

Supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Cash income:
Individual income taxes 5
......................................
Offsetting collections:
Intragovernmental receipts:
Interest (902) 5 ..........................................................
Federal contributions .................................................

1,019
20,299

828
25,418

1,025
30,712

1,427
33,210

1,455
34,730

1,578
37,724

1,463
40,200

1,207
46,549

1,010
56,020

1,061
66,053

Total intragovernmental receipts............................
Premium income:
From aged participants..............................................
From disabled participants ........................................

21,318

26,246

31,737

34,637

36,185

39,302

41,663

47,756

57,030

67,114

5,897
582

7,963
793

10,603
945

10,499
995

10,568
1,049

11,374
1,126

13,133
1,292

15,058
1,486

17,132
1,708

18,328
1,849

Total premium income...........................................
Other 6 ........................................................................

6,480

8,756

11,548

11,494
3

11,617

12,500

14,425

16,544

18,840

20,177

Total cash income .....................................................

27,797

35,002

43,812

45,607

47,802

51,802

56,088

64,300

75,870

87,291

Cash outgo:
Benefit payments 4 .............................................................
Administrative expenses 5 .................................................
Other 4
.......................................................

29,932
900
5

33,677
1,265
4

36,854
1,450
13

41,450
1,524
47

44,549
1,442
65

49,789
1,422
90

56,267
1,496

64,257
1,442

73,500
1,439

84,093
1,439

Total cash o utgo........................................................

30,837

34,947

38,316

43,022

46,056

51,301

57,763

65,699

74,939

85,533

Surplus or deficit (—) .............................................................
Transfer of catastrophic health insurance balances ..............

-3,039

55

5,495

2,585

1,746

501
-1,516

-1,675

-1,399

931

1,758




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HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 1 3.1-C A S H INCOME, OUTGO, AND BALANCES OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICAL TRUST FUNDS: 1936-1996—

Continued—Continued
(in millions of dollars)

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

1993
estimate

1994
estimate

1995
estimate

1996
estimate

Fund balance at end of year..................................................

6,392

6,447

11,956

14,541

16,287

15,272

13,597

12,198

13,128

14,887

Invested balance.....................................................................
Uninvested balance.................................................................

6,166
226

6,326
121

11,928
28

14,542
-1

16,285
2

15,270
2

13,595
2

12,196
2

t3,126
2

14,885
2

* $500 thousand or less.
NOTE: The medicare amounts in this table combine the transactions of the recently repealed catastrophic insurance trust funds with the supplementary medical insurance trust fund. The two medical
trust fund balances also reflect the proposed transfer of catastrophic balances from the SMI trust fund to the HI trust fund in 1992.
1 In 1983, includes $329.3 million loss on sale of securities.
2 Starting in 1983, includes amounts from Postal Service.
3 For years after 1992, includes outlays for vocational rehabilitation.
4 For years after 1992, outlays for peer review organizations are included in the benefit payments line.
5 For 1989 and 1990, includes transactions and balances of the HI and SMI Catastrophic Insurance trust funds, which began in 1989 and were abolished in 1990.
6 For years after 1986, receipts for kidney dialysis.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 14.1— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992
(in billions of dollars)

1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts ....
Corporate profits tax accruals..........
Indirect business tax and nontax ac­
cruals ...........................................
Contributions for social insurance....

18.8
10.6

20.0
11.2

16.3
10.8

16.5
11.8

23.2
21.7

28.8
19.4

31.4
19.7

30.3
17.3

29.7
18.9

33.6
21.5

36.7
20.8

36.3
17.9

7.9
6.8

7.9
5.3

8.0
5.5

8.2
5.9

9.5
7.0

9.7
7.7

10.7
8.0

10.3
8.3

10.0
9.2

10.8
10.8

11.7
12.3

11.6
12.9

Total receipts................................

44.0

44.3

40.6

42.4

61.4

65.6

69.8

66.2

67.9

76.8

81.5

78.7

Purchases of goods and services....
Defense........................................
Nondefense..................................
Transfer payments............................
Domestic (“to persons”) ...............
Foreign.........................................
Grants to State and local govern­
ments ...........................................
Net interest paid ...............................
Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises................
Subsidies ......................................
Current surplus (—) or d e ficit......
Wage disbursements less accruals ...

14.5
(10.8)
(3.8)
10.1
(8.2)
(1.9)

14.0
(10.3)
(3-7)
11.3
(8-7)
(2.6)

20.2
(13.0)
(7.3)
13.1
(8.1)
(5.0)

19.7
(13.0)
(6.7)
15.7
(11.3)
(4-3)

26.0
(21.9)
(4.1)
11.3
(8.1)
(3.2)

47.6
(42.0)
(5.5)
11.2
(8-5)
(2.6)

56.8
(49.1)
(7.6)
11.4
(9-3)
(2.1)

54.3
(46.0)
(8.3)
12.2
(10.5)
(1.7)

44.8
(39.1)
(5.7)
14.3
(12.1)
(2.1)

46.0
(39.5)
(6.4)
14.7
(12.8)
(1.9)

48.6
(42.8)
(5.8)
16.3
(14.4)
(1.9)

51.7
(45.2)
(6.5)
19.6
(17.8)
(1.8)

1.5
4.0

1.8
4.1

2.1
4.2

2.4
4.3

2.4
4.4

2.5
4.5

2.8
4.5

2.9
4.6

3.0
4.6

3.2
4.8

3.7
5.3

4.7
5.4

0.7
(0.4)
(0.2)

0.4
(0.3)
(0.1)

0.7
(0.2)
(0.5)

0.8
(0.3)
(0.5)

1.0
(0.4)
(0.6)

0.8
(0.3)
(0.4)

0.9
(0.4)
(0.5)

0.8
(0.4)
(0.3)

1.2
(0.5)
(0.7)
-.1

1.7
(0.5)
(1.2)
0.1

2.6
(1.1)
(1.5)

2.4
(1.2)
(1.2)
-.3

Total expenditures........................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA
basis ........................................

30.8

31.7

40.3

42.9

45.0

66.4

76.3

74.8

67.7

70.5

76.6

83.4

13.2

12.6

0.3

-.5

16.4

-.8

-6.5

-8.6

0.2

6.3

5.0

-4.7

Expenditures

Table 14.1— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992—

continued
(in billions of dollars)

1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts ....
Corporate profits tax accruals..........
Indirect business tax and nontax ac­
cruals ...........................................
Contributions for social insurance....

38.2
21.4

42.5
22.3

43.6
20.0

47.3
22.7

49.6
23.3

50.7
25.7

51.4
27.1

57.5
30.8

64.4
30.3

71.4
33.1

90.2
36.8

94.0
32.9

11.9
14.6

13.2
17.5

13.2
19.0

14.1
20.9

14.9
23.2

15.5
25.0

16.8
26.0

15.4
30.2

15.7
37.7

17.0
40.6

18.6
46.9

19.1
52.0

Total receipts................................

86.1

95.5

95.8

105.0

111.1

116.8

121.4

134.0

148.1

162.1

192.5

198.0

Purchases of goods and services....
Defense.........................................
Nondefense...................................
Transfer payments............................
Domestic (“to persons”) ...............
Foreign.........................................
Grants to State and local govern­
ments ...........................................
Net interest paid ...............................
Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises................
Subsidies ......................................
Current surplus (—) or de ficit......
Wage disbursements less accruals ...

55.5
(46.7)
(8-8)
21.7
(19.9)
(1.9)

53.6
(45.2)
(8-3)
22.5
(20.6)
(1.9)

56.6
(47.1)
(9.5)
25.8
(23.6)
(2.2)

61.8
(50.6)
(11.1)
27.4
(25.1)
(2.2)

64.7
(51.1)
(13.6)
28.7
(26.5)
(2.2)

67.0
(51.5)
(15.5)
29.8
(27.4)
(2.3)

65.8
(49.4)
(16.5)
30.6
(28.4)
(2.3)

73.9
(55.7)
(18.2)
34.2
(31.8)
(2.4)

87.6
(68.8)
(18.8)
39.5
(37.2)
(2.3)

97.0
(77.0)
(20.0)
45.1
(42.9)
(2.2)

100.3
(78.5)
(21.7)
51.2
(48.9)
(2.3)

99.8
(78.2)
(21.6)
57.5
(55.3)
(2.2)

6.2
5.6

6.9
6.8

6.9
6.4

7.6
6.4

8.3
7.1

9.8
7.7

10.9
8.2

12.7
8.7

14.8
9.6

17.8
10.4

19.2
12.0

22.6
13.5

2.5
(1.4)
(1.2)
0.3

2.4
(1.2)
(1.2)

3.3
(1.6)
(1.8)

4.1
(2.2)
(1.8)

4.0
(2.3)
(1.8)

4.1
(2.5)
(1.6)

4.3
(2.8)
(1.5)

4.8
(3.1)
(1.7)

5.2
(4.2)
(1.0)

4.1
(3-7)
(0.4)

4.7
(4.2)
(0.4)

5.5
(4.4)
(1.1)
-.1

Total expenditures........................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA
basis ........................................

91.9

92.1

99.0

107.2

112.8

118.4

119.9

134.3

156.7

174.4

187.3

198.7

-5.8

3.4

-3.1

-2.2

-1.7

-1.5

1.4

-.3

-8.6

-12.3

5.2

-.7

Expenditures

See footnote at end of table.




175

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 14.1— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992—

continued
(in billions of dollars)

1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts .......................
Corporate profits tax accruals .............................
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .........
Contributions for social insurance .......................

87.9
31.9
20.0
56.5

100.5
34.2
19.8
63.4

107.5
40.9
20.6
76.3

122.7
43.4
21.3
89.8

127.5
42.1
22.1
98.8

137.1
52.1
24.2
109.1

165.9
59.0
24.5
125.4

186.5
67.8
27.1
142.9

222.9
75.7
29.0
163.6

250.7
70.2
35.3
182.3

289.6
69.4
53.4
211.4

Total receipts ................................... ..............

196.2

217.9

245.3

277.2

290.5

322.6

374.7

424.3

491.2

538.6

623.8

Purchases of goods and services.......................
Defense...........................................................
Nondefense.....................................................
Transfer payments ..............................................
Domestic (“to persons”) .................................
Foreign ............................................................
Grants to State and local governments..............
Net interest paid..................................................
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises ......................................................
Subsidies.........................................................
Current surplus (—) or deficit .......................
Wage disbursements less accruals...................

98.3
(75.7)
(22.6)
70.6
(68.1)
(2.5)
26.8
14.1

104.4
(76.2)
(28.2)
79.5
(76.5)
(3-0)
32.6
14.0

105.3
(77.1)
(28.2)
90.5
(87.6)
(2.8)
40.4
15.7

109.3
(78.8)
(30.5)
105.6
(102.3)
(3.2)
41.6
19.6

123.9
(86.3)
(37.6)
135.6
(131.9)
(3-7)
48.4
21.7

132.2
(91.5)
(40.8)
158.0
(154.3)
(3-7)
57.5
25.1

146.8
(99.2)
(47.6)
171.2
(167.1)
(4.1)
66.3
28.5

158.6
(106.3)
(52.2)
183.6
(179.3)
(4.4)
74.7
33.5

173.1
(117.7)
(55.5)
203.5
(198.5)
(5.1)
79.1
40.7

199.9
(137.2)
(62.8)
241.1
(235.4)
(5.8)
86.7
50.8

231.8
(160.7)
(71.1)
281.3
(274.6)
(6.7)
90.1
66.7

7.0
(5.3)
(1.7)
0.1

6.5
(5-3)
(1.2)

9.1
(7.4)
(1.7)
-.5

7.7
(5.4)
(2.4)
0.1

5.9
(4.4)
(1.4)
0.3

6.2
(5.0)
(1.2)
-.1

6.9
(6.4)
(0.5)
-.1

9.7
(8.9)
(0.7)
-.1

9.9
(9.9)
(-)

10.4
(9.5)
(1.0)

12.5
(11.7)
(0.9)
-.1

Total expenditures ..........................................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA basis..............

216.8
-20.5

260.4
-15.2

283.9
-6.8

335.7
-45.3

378.9
-56.3

419.6
-44.8

459.9
-35.6

506.4
-15.2

589.0
-50.4

682.4
-58.5

Expenditures

237.1
-19.2

Table 14.1— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS FOR FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992—

continued
(in billions of dollars)

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

483.0
113.6
58.8
439.6

503.2
113.4
70.4
461.5

543.7
120.0
74.8
498.6

1,041.9

1,094.9

1,148.4

1,237.2

377.8
(296.3)
(81-5)
433.2
(420.5)
(12.8)
108.3
148.8

399.0
(301.3)
(97.7)
462.0
(448.5)
(13.5)
115.8
167.7

417.8
(309.1)
(108.7)
504.7
(488.2)
(16.5)
128.3
182.9

450.8
(327.6)
(123.2)
535.8
(535.0)
(0.8)
148.1
215.4

438.9
(308.3)
(130.6)
590.3
(573.5)
(16.8)
160.2
229.8

31.1
(27.4)
(3.7)
-.1

33.6
(30.1)
(3-5)
0.1

27.7
(30.2)
(-2.5)

21.9
(26.1)
(-4.1)

8.4
(22.4)
(-14.0)

9.7
(24.2)
(-14.5)

1,060.0
-160.7

1,101.8
-144.1

1,172.2
-130.3

1,255.7
-160.7

1,358.7
-210.2

1,428.9
-191.8

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

Personal tax and nontax receipts .......................
Corporate profits tax accruals ............................
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .........
Contributions for social insurance .......................

310.0
52.1
50.0
231.1

292.5
55.7
50.2
247.3

302.5
75.3
54.9
279.2

340.4
74.6
55.9
305.8

357.0
81.1
50.9
326.1

400.8
99.1
53.5
345.9

411.3
108.1
55.6
382.6

457.6
113.8
57.8
412.6

Total receipts ..................................................

643.3

645.7

711.9

776.8

815.2

899.4

957.6

Purchases of goods and services.......................
Defense...........................................................
Nondefense.....................................................
Transfer payments ..............................................
Domestic (“to persons”) .................................
Foreign ............................................................
Grants to State and local governments..............
Net interest paid..................................................
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises ......................................................
Subsidies.........................................................
Current surplus (—) or deficit .........................
Wage disbursements less accruals.....................

264.4
(187.3)
(77.1)
312.8
(305.6)
(7.2)
83.4
82.2

287.4
(210.4)
(77.0)
347.5
(339.8)
(7.7)
85.7
90.6

297.2
(228.5)
(68.7)
352.2
(342.2)
(9.9)
90.7
109.7

341.5
(252.7)
(88.8)
374.0
(360.6)
(13.4)
97.8
128.3

368.6
(275.4)
(93.2)
394.6
(380.4)
(14.3)
107.4
134.6

375.4
(290.0)
(85.4)
411.1
(399.3)
(11-8)
103.1
139.3

13.0
(13.5)
(-.5)
*

20.9
(18.2)
(2.7)
0.4

23.3
(24.4)
(-1.0)
-.1

20.7
(23.3)
(-2.6)
0.1

22.8
(25.0)
(-2.2)

Total expenditures ..........................................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA basis..............

755.9
-112.6

832.4
-186.7

873.0
-161.0

962.3
-185.5

1,028.0
-212.8

Receipts

Expenditures

* $50 million or less.




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 14.2—FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP FOR
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992
1947

1948

1949

1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

1958

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts ....
Corporate profits tax accruals..........
Indirect business tax and nontax ac­
cruals ...........................................
Contributions for social insurance

8.4
4.7

8.1
4.5

6.2
4.1

6.2
4.4

7.4
6.9

8.4
5.7

8.6
5.4

8.2
4.7

7.7
4.9

8.0
5.1

8.3
4.7

8.1
4.0

3.5
3.0

3.2
2.1

3.0
2.1

3.1
2.2

3.0
2.2

2.8
2.2

2.9
2.2

2.8
2.2

2.6
2.4

2.6
2.6

2.7
2.8

2.6
2.9

19.7

17.9

15.4

15.9

19.5

19.2

19.1

17.9

17.6

18.4

18.5

17.5

Purchases of goods and services ..
Defense........................................
Nondefense...................................
Transfer payments............................
Domestic (“to persons”) ...............
Foreign.........................................
Grants to State and local govern­
ments ...........................................
Net interest paid ...............................
Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises................
Subsidies ......................................
Current surplus (—) or deficit
Wage disbursements less accruals ...

6.5
(4.8)
(1.7)
4.5
(3.7)
(0.8)

5.7
(4.2)
(1.5)
4.6
(3.5)
(1.1)

7.7
(4.9)
(2-8)
5.0
(3.1)
(1.9)

7.4
(4.9)
(2.5)
5.9
(4.3)
(1.6)

8.2
(6.9)
(1.3)
3.6
(2.6)
(1.0)

13.9
(12.3)
(1.6)
3.3
(2.5)
(0.8)

15.5
(13.4)
(2.1)
3.1
(2-5)
(0.6)

14.7
(12.5)
(2.2)
3.3
(2.8)
(0.5)

11.6
(10.1)
(1.5)
3.7
(3.1)
(0.6)

11.0
(9-5)
(1.5)
3.5
(3.1)
(0.4)

11.0
(9.7)
(1.3)
3.7
(3.3)
(0.4)

11.5
(10.0)
(1.4)
4.4
(4.0)
(0.4)

0.7
1.8

0.7
1.7

0.8
1.6

0.9
1.6

0.8
1.4

0.7
1.3

0.8
1.2

0.8
1.2

0.8
1.2

0.8
1.1

0.8
1.2

1.0
1.2

0.3
(0.2)
(0.1)

0.2
(0.1)
O

0.3
(0.1)
(0.2)

0.3
(0.1)
(0.2)

0.3
(0.1)
(0.2)
★

0.2
(0.1)
(0.1)
*

0.2
(0.1)
(0.1)

0.2
(0.1)
(0.1)
*

0.3
(0.1)
(0.2)
★

0.4
(0.1)
(0.3)

0.6
(0.2)
(0.3)

0.5
(0.3)
(0.3)
-.1

Total expenditures........................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA
basis ........................................

13.8

12.8

15.3

16.1

14.3

19.4

20.9

20.2

17.5

16.9

17.4

18.5

-2.3

*

1.5

1.1

-1.0

Total receipts...............................
Expenditures

5.9

5.1

0.1

-.2

5.2

-.2

-1.8

Table 14.2—FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP FOR
FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992-continued
1959

1960

1961

1962

1963

1964

1965

1966

1967

1968

1969

1970

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts....
Corporate profits tax accruals..........
Indirect business tax and nontax ac­
cruals ...........................................
Contributions for social insurance

7.9
4.5

8.4
4.4

8.4
3.9

8.5
4.1

8.4
4.0

8.1
4.1

7.6
4.0

7.8
4.2

8.1
3.8

8.4
3.9

9.7
4.0

9.5
3.3

2.5
3.0

2.6
3.5

2.6
3.7

2.5
3.7

2.5
3.9

2.5
4.0

2.5
3.9

2.1
4.1

2.0
4.7

2.0
4.8

2.0
5.0

1.9
5.3

Total receipts...............................

17.9

18.8

18.5

18.8

18.9

18.6

18.0

18.1

18.6

19.1

20.7

20.0

11.5
(9-7)
(1.8)
4.5
(4.1)
(0.4)

10.6
(8.9)
(1.6)
4.4
(4.1)
(0.4)

10.9
(9.1)
(1.8)
5.0
(4.6)
(0.4)

11.1
(9.1)
(2.0)
4.9
(4.5)
(0.4)

11.0
(8.7)
(2-3)
4.9
(4.5)
(0.4)

10.7
(8.2)
(2-5)
4.7
(4.4)
(0.4)

9.8
(7.3)
(2-4)
4.6
(4.2)
(0.3)

10.0
(7-5)
(2.5)
4.6
(4-3)
(0.3)

11.0
(8.7)
(2.4)
5.0
(4.7)
(0.3)

11.4
(9.1)
(2.3)
5.3
(5.0)
(0.3)

10.8
(8-4)
(2.3)
5.5
(5-3)
(0.3)

10.1
(7.9)
(2.2)
5.8
(5.6)
(0.2)

1.3
1.2

1.4
1.3

1.3
1.2

1.4
1.1

1.4
1.2

1.6
1.2

1.6
1.2

1.7
1.2

1.9
1.2

2.1
1.2

2.1
1.3

2.3
1.4

0.5
(0.3)
(0.2)
0.1

0.5
(0.2)
(0.2)

0.6
(0.3)
(0.3)

0.7
(0.4)
(0.3)

0.7
(0.4)
(0.3)

0.7
(0.4)
(0.3)

0.6
(0.4)
(0.2)

0.7
(0.4)
(0.2)

0.6
(0.5)
(0.1)

0.5
(0.4)
O

0.5
(0.5)
O

0.6
(0.4)
(0.1)

19.1

18.2

19.1

19.2

19.2

18.8

17.8

18.2

19.7

20.5

20.1

20.1

-1.2

0.7

-.6

-.4

-.3

-.2

0.2

-*

-1.1

-1.4

0.6

-.1

Expenditures
Purchases of goods and services
Defense........................................
Nondefense...................................
Transfer payments............................
Domestic (“to persons”) ...............
Foreign.........................................
Grants to State and local govern­
ments ............................................
Net interest paid ...............................
Subsidies less current surplus of
government enterprises................
Subsidies ......................................
Current surplus (—) or d e ficit......
Wage disbursements less accruals ...
Total expenditures........................
Surplus or deficit ( - ) , NIPA
basis .......................................
See footnote a en of table.
t d




177

HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 14.2— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP FOR

FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992-continued
1971

1972

1973

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1981

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts .......................
Corporate profits tax accruals .............................
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals .........
Contributions for social insurance .......................

8.3
3.0
1.9
5.4

8.7
3.0
1.7
5.5

8.4
3.2
1.6
6.0

8.7
3.1
1.5
6.3

8.4
2.8
1.5
6.5

8.1
3.1
1.4
6.4

8.6
3.1
1.3
6.5

8.6
3.1
1.2
6.6

9.1
3.1
1.2
6.7

9.4
2.6
1.3
6.8

9.7
2.3
1.8
7.1

Total receipts ..................................................

18.6

18.9

19.1

19.6

19.1

19.0

19.4

19.5

20.1

20.2

20.9

Purchases of goods and services.......................
Defense...........................................................
Nondefense.....................................................
Transfer payments ..............................................
Domestic (“to persons”) .................................
Foreign ............................................................
Grants to State and local governments..............
Net interest paid..................................................
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises ......................................................
Subsidies.........................................................
Current surplus (—) or deficit .........................
Wage disbursements less accruals.....................

9.3
(7.2)
(2-1)
6.7
(6.4)
(0.2)
2.5
1.3

9.1
(6.6)
(2.4)
6.9
(6.6)
(0-3)
2.8
1.2

8.2
(6-0)
(2.2)
7.1
(6.8)
(0.2)
3.2
1.2

7.7
(5.6)
(2.2)
7.5
(7.2)
(0-2)
2.9
1.4

8.1
(5.7)
(2.5)
8.9
(8.7)
(0.2)
3.2
1.4

7.8
(5.4)
(2.4)
9.3
(9.1)
(0-2)
3.4
1.5

7.6
(5.1)
(2.5)
8.9
(8.6)
(0.2)
3.4
1.5

7.3
(4.9)
(2.4)
8.5
(8-3)
(0.2)
3.4
1.5

7.1
(4.8)
(2-3)
8.3
(8.1)
(0.2)
3.2
1.7

7.5
(5-1)
(2.4)
9.0
(8-8)
(0.2)
3.2
1.9

7.8
(5.4)
(2.4)
9.4
(9.2)
(0.2)
3.0
2.2

0.7
(0-5)
(0-2)

0.6
(0.5)
(0.1)

0.7
(0.6)
(0.1)
-*

0.4
(0.4)
n
-*

20.3
-1.2

21.7
-2.3

21.2
-1.6

0.4
(0.4)
(-*)
*
20.7
-.6

0.4
(0.4)
n

20.6
-1.7

0.4
(0.3)
(0.1)
“*
22.3
-3.3

0.4
(0.4)
O

20.5
-1.9

0.4
(0.3)
(0.1)
*
22.1
-3.0

0.4
(0-3)
n

Total expenditures ..........................................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA basis..............

0.5
(0.4)
(0.2)
*
20.0
-.5

22.1
-1.9

22.8
-2.0

Expenditures

Table 14.2— FEDERAL TRANSACTIONS IN THE NATIONAL INCOME AND PRODUCT ACCOUNTS AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP FOR

FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS: 1947-1992-continued
1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991
estimate

1992
estimate

Receipts
Personal tax and nontax receipts .......................
Corporate profits tax accruals ............................
Indirect business tax and nontax accruals
.
Contributions for social insurance .......................

9.9
1.7
1.6
7.4

8.8
1.7
1.5
7.4

8.2
2.0
1.5
7.6

8.6
1.9
1.4
7.7

8.5
1.9
1.2
7.8

9.1
2.2
1.2
7.8

8.6
2.3
1.2
8.0

8.9
2.2
1.1
8.0

8.9
2.1
1.1
8.1

9.0
2.0
1.3
8.2

9.1
2.0
1.2
8.3

Total receipts ..................................................

20.5

19.4

19.3

19.7

19.5

20.3

20.0

20.3

20.3

20.5

20.7

8.4
(6.0)
(2.5)
10.0
(9.7)
(0.2)
2.7
2.6

8.7
(6.3)
(2.3)
10.5
(10.2)
(0-2)
2.6
2.7

8.1
(6-2)
(1.9)
9.5
(9.3)
(0.3)
2.5
3.0

8.6
(6.4)
(2.2)
9.5
(9-1)
(0.3)
2.5
3.2

8.8
(6.6)
(2.2)
9.4
(9-1)
(0.3)
2.6
3.2

8.5
(6-6)
(1.9)
9.3
(9.0)
(0.3)
2.3
3.1

7.9
(6.2)
(1.7)
9.1
(8.8)
(0-3)
2.3
3.1

7.8
(5-9)
(1.9)
9.0
(8.7)
(0.3)
2.3
3.3

7.7
(5.7)
(2.0)
9.3
(9-0)
(0.3)
2.4
3.4

8.0
(5-8)
(2.2)
9.5
(9-5)
O
2.6
3.8

7.3
(5.2)
(2.2)
9.9
(9-6)
(0-3)
2.7
3.8

0.4
(0.4)
(-)
*

0.6
(0-5)
(0.1)
*

0.6
(0.7)
P)

0.5
(0.6)
(-■1)
*

0.5
(0.6)
(-•1)

0.7
(0.6)
(0.1)

0.7
(0.6)
(0-1)
*

0.5
(0-6)
K)

0.4
(0-5)
(-•1)

0.2
(0-4)
(-.2)

0.2
(0.4)
(-.2)

23.7
-4.4

24.3
-4.7

24.6
-5.1

24.0
-3.6

23.0
-3.0

22.8
-2.5

23.2
-3.0

24.2
-3.7

23.9
-3.2

Expenditures
Purchases of goods and services.......................
Defense...........................................................
Nondefense.....................................................
Transfer payments ..............................................
Domestic (“to persons”) .................................
Foreign ............................................................
Grants to State and local governments..............
Net interest paid..................................................
Subsidies less current surplus of government
enterprises ......................................................
Subsidies.........................................................
Current surplus (—) or deficit ........................
Wage disbursements less accruals.....................
Total expenditures ..........................................
Surplus or deficit (—), NIPA basis..............
* 0.05 percent or less.




24.1
-3.6

25.1
-5.6

_*

_*

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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992
Table 15.1-TO TA L GOVERNMENT RECEIPTS IN ABSOLUTE AMOUNTS AND AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1947-1990
(in millions of dollars)

In Absolute Amounts
Fiscal Year

Total Govern­
ment Re­
ceipts

As Percentages of GNP

Federal Government Receipts
Total

On-Budget

Off-Budget

State and
Local Govern­
ment Tax Re­
ceipts (NIPA
Basis)

Fiscal Year
GNP

Total Govern­
ment Re­
ceipts

Federal Gov­
ernment Re­
ceipts

State and
Local Govern­
ment Tax Re­
ceipts (NIPA
Basis)

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

50.4
55.3
54.7

38.5
41.6
39.4

37.1
39.9
37.7

1.5
1.6
1.7

11.9
13.7
15.2

223.6
247.8
263.9

22.6
22.3
20.7

17.2
16.8
14.9

5.3
5.5
5.8

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

56.0
70.3
86.4
91.7
93.1

39.4
51.6
66.2
69.6
69.7

37.3
48.5
62.6
65.5
65.1

2.1
3.1
3.6
4.1
4.6

16.6
18.6
20.2
22.1
23.4

266.8
315.0
342.4
365.6
369.5

21.0
22.3
25.2
25.1
25.2

14.8
16.4
19.3
19.0
18.9

6.2
5.9
5.9
6.0
6.3

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................

90.5
102.5
110.5
112.0
114.5

65.5
74.6
80.0
79.6
79.2

60.4
68.2
73.2
71.6
71.0

5.1
6.4
6.8
8.0
8.3

25.1
28.0
30.5
32.3
35.3

386.4
418.1
440.5
450.2
481.5

23.4
24.5
25.1
24.9
23.8

16.9
17.8
18.2
17.7
16.5

6.5
6.7
6.9
7.2
7.3

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

131.2
136.3
144.8
154.9
165.0

92.5
94.4
99.7
106.6
112.6

81.9
82.3
87.4
92.4
96.2

10.6
12.1
12.3
14.2
16.4

38.7
41.9
45.2
48.3
52.4

506.7
518.2
557.7
587.8
629.2

25.9
26.3
26.0
26.4
26.2

18.3
18.2
17.9
18.1
17.9

7.6
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.3

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

....................................
....................................
....................................
...................................
...................................

173.2
193.2
215.9
229.4
272.4

116.8
130.8
148.8
153.0
186.9

100.1
111.7
124.4
128.1
157.9

16.7
19.1
24.4
24.9
29.0

56.4
62.3
67.1
76.4
85.5

672.6
739.0
794.6
849.4
929.5

25.8
26.1
27.2
27.0
29.3

17.4
17.7
18.7
18.0
20.1

8.4
8.4
8.4
9.0
9.2

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

289.7
291.9
328.0
365.0
408.5

192.8
187.1
207.3
230.8
263.2

159.3
151.3
167.4
184.7
209.3

33.5
35.8
39.9
46.1
53.9

96.9
104.8
120.7
134.2
145.2

990.2
1,055.9
1,153.1
1,281.4
1,416.5

29.3
27.6
28.4
28.5
28.8

19.5
17.7
18.0
18.0
18.6

9.8
9.9
10.5
10.5
10.3

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

436.6
473.3
124.4
556.6
621.4
697.7

279.1
298.1
81.2
355.6
399.6
463.3

216.6
231.7
63.2
278.7
314.2
365.3

157.5
175.3
43.2
201.0
221.8
234.4

1,522.5
1,698.2
448.7
1,933.0
2,171.8
2,447.8

28.7
27.9
27.7
28.8
28.6
28.5

18.3
17.6
18.1
18.4
18.4
18.9

10.3
10.3
9.6
10.4
10.2
9.6

255.0
281.4
305.7
330.0
370.6

2,670.6
2,986.4
3,139.1
3,321.9
3,687.7

28.9
29.5
29.4
28.0
28.1

19.4
20.1
19.7
18.1
18.1

9.5
9.4
9.7
9.9
10.0

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

772.1
880.7
923.4
930.5
1,037.0

517.1
599.3
617.8
600.6
666.5

403.9
469.1
474.3
453.2
500.4

62.5
66.4
18.0
76.8
85.4
98.0
113.2
130.2
143.5
147.3
166.1

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

1,131.2
1,194.6
1,313.6
1,397.8
1,516.6

734.1
769.1
854.1
909.0
990.7

547.9
568.9
640.7
667.5
727.0

186.2
200.2
213.4
241.5
263.7

397.2
425.5
459.5
488.8
525.9

3,952.4
4,180.8
4,424.7
4,780.4
5,131.3

28.6
28.6
29.7
29.2
29.6

18.6
18.4
19.3
19.0
19.3

10.0
10.2
10.4
10.2
10.2

1990 ...................................

1,586.8

1,031.3

749.7

281.7

555.5

5,405.6

29.4

19.1

10.3




179

HISTORICAL TABLES
Table 15.2-TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES: 1947-1990
(in billions of dollars)’

Federal Government Outlays
Fiscal Year

Total Government Ex­
penditures

On-Budget

Total

Off-Budget

Addendum: Federal
Grants, NIPA Basis

State and Local Gov­
ernment Expenditures
From Own Sources
Net of Nontax Re­
ceipts (NIPA Basis)

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

44.9
43.0
54.3

34.5
29.8
38.8

34.2
29.4
38.4

0.3
0.4
0.4

(1.5)
(1.8)
(2.1)

10.4
13.2
15.4

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

60.5
64.7
88.4
97.8
94.5

42.6
45.5
67.7
76.1
70.9

42.0
44.2
66.0
73.8
67.9

0.5
1.3
1.7
2.3
2.9

(2.4)
(2.4)
(2.5)
(2.8)
(2.9)

17.9
19.2
20.7
21.7
23.6

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

................................. .
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

95.1
99.4
108.0
116.8
129.2

68.4
70.6
76.6
82.4
92.1

64.5
65.7
70.6
74.9
83.1

¿.0
5.0
6.0
7.5
9.0

(3.0)
(3.2)
(3.7)
(4.7)
(6.2)

26.6
28.7
31.5
34.4
37.1

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

130.5
139.9
151.9
159.3
170.4

92.2
97.7
106.8
111.3
118.5

81.3
86.0
93.3
96.4
102.8

10.9
11.7
13.5
15.0
15.7

(6.9)
(6.9)
(7.6)
(8-3)
(9.8)

38.3
42.1
45.1
48.0
51.8

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

173.9
196.3
226.0
254.1
269.5

118.2
134.5
157.5
178.1
183.6

101.7
114.8
137.0
155.8
158.4

16.5
19.7
20.4
22.3
25.2

(10.9)
(12.7)
(14.8)
(17.8)
(19.2)

55.6
61.8
68.5
75.9
85.9

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

288.9
315.5
343.2
365.1
403.9

195.6
210.2
230.7
245.7
269.4

168.0
177.3
193.8
200.1
217.3

27.6
32.8
36.9
45.6
52.1

(22.6)
(26.8)
(32.6)
(40.4)
(41.6)

93.2
105.3
112.6
119.4
134.6

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

483.9
540.3
140.6
585.8
649.2
711.4

332.3
371.8
96.0
409.2
458.7
503.5

271.9
302.2
76.6
328.5
369.1
403.5

60.4
69.6
19.4
80.7
89.7
100.0

(48.4)
(57.5)
(15.4)
(66.3)
(74.7)
(79.1)

151.6
168.5
44.6
176.6
190.5
208.0

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

820.2
927.2
1,016.5
1,095.7
1,159.3

590.9
678.2
745.7
808.3
851.8

476.6
543.0
594.3
661.2
686.0

114.3
135.2
151.4
147.1
165.8

(86.7)
(90.1)
(83.4)
(85.7)
(90.7)

229.3
249.0
270.8
287.4
307.5

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

1,281.6
1,351.2
1,409.4
1,503.6
1,620.9

946.3
990.3
1,003.8
1,064.1
1,144.1

769.5
806.8
810.0
861.4
933.2

176.8
183.5
193.8
202.7
210.9

(97.8)
(107.4)
(103.1)
(108.3)
(115.8)

335.3
361.0
405.5
439.6
476.8

1990 ...................................

1,768.6

1,251.7

1,026.6

225.1

(127.8)

516.9




180

THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992
Table 15.3-TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP:1947-1990
Federal Government Outlays
Fiscal Year

Total Government Ex­
penditures

Total

On-Budget

Off-Budget

Addendum: Federal
Grants, NIPA Basis

State and Local Gov­
ernment Expenditures
From Own Sources
Net of Nontax Re­
ceipts (NIPA Basis)

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

20.1
17.3
20.6

15.4
12.0
14.7

15.3
11.9
14.6

0.1
0.1
0.2

(0.7)
(0.7)
(0.8)

4.6
5.3
5.8

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

22.7
20.5
25.8
26.8
25.6

16.0
14.4
19.8
20.8
19.2

15.8
14.0
19.3
20.2
18.4

0.2
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.8

(0.9)
(0.8)
(0.7)
(0.8)
(0.8)

6.7
6.1
6.0
5.9
6.4

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................

24.6
23.8
24.5
25.9
26.8

17.7
16.9
17.4
18.3
19.1

16.7
15.7
16.0
16.6
17.3

1.0
1.2
1.4
1.7
1.9

(0.8)
(0.8)
(0.8)
(1.0)
(1.3)

6.9
6.9
7.1
7.6
7.7

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

25.8
27.0
27.2
27.1
27.1

18.2
18.9
19.2
18.9
18.8

16.1
16.6
16.7
16.4
16.3

2.1
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.5

(1.4)
(1.3)
(1.4)
(1.4)
(1.6)

7.6
8.1
8.1
8.2
8.2

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................

25.9
26.6
28.4
29.9
29.0

17.6
18.2
19.8
21.0
19.8

15.1
15.5
17.2
18.3
17.0

2.5
2.7
2.6
2.6
2.7

(1.6)
(1.7)
(1.9)
(2.1)
(2.1)

8.3
8.4
8.6
8.9
9.2

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

29.2
29.9
29.8
28.5
28.5

19.8
19.9
20.0
19.2
19.0

17.0
16.8
16.8
15.6
15.3

2.8
3.1
3.2
3.6
3.7

(2.3)
(2.5)
(2.8)
(3.2)
(2.9)

9.4
10.0
9.8
9.3
9.5

1975 ...................................
1976 ....................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

31.8
31.8
31.3
30.3
29.9
29.1

21.8
21.9
21.4
21.2
21.1
20.6

17.9
17.8
17.1
17.0
17.0
16.5

4.0
4.1
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.1

(3-2)
(3.4)
(3.4)
(3.4)
(3-4)
(3.2)

10.0
9.9
9.9
9.1
8.8
8.5

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

30.7
31.0
32.4
33.0
31.4

22.1
22.7
23.8
24.3
23.1

17.8
18.2
18.9
19.9
18.6

4.3
4.5
4.8
4.4
4.5

(3.2)
(3.0)
(2.7)
(2.6)
(2.5)

8.6
8.3
8.6
8.7
8.3

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
....................................
...................................
....................................

32.4
32.3
31.9
31.5
31.6

23.9
23.7
22.7
22.3
22.3

19.5
19.3
18.3
18.0
18.2

4.5
4.4
4.4
4.2
4.1

(2.5)
(2.6)
(2.3)
(2.3)
(2-3)

8.5
8.6
9.2
9.2
9.3

1990 ....................................

32.7

23.2

19.0

4.2

(2.4)

9.6




181

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 15.4-TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES BY MAJOR CATEGORY OF EXPENDITURE: 1947-1990
(in billions of dollars)

Federal Payments For Individuals
Fiscal Year

Total Government

Defense and Inter­
national

Net interest

Social Security
and Medicare

Other Federal
Other

State and Local
From Own
Sources (Except
Net Interest)

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

44.9
43.0
54.3

18.6
13.7
19.2

4.3
4.4
4.6

0.4
0.5
0.6

8.6
8.5
9.5

2.6
2.7
5.0

10.2
13.1
15.3

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

60.5
64.7
88.4
97.8
94.5

18.4
27.2
48.8
54.9
50.9

4.9
4.7
4.7
5.2
4.8

0.7
1.5
2.0
2.6
3.3

12.9
8.8
8.9
8.3
9.3

5.7
3.4
3.4
5.1
2.6

17.8
19.1
20.6
21.7
23.6

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

95.1
99.4
108.0
116.8
129.2

45.0
44.9
48.6
50.2
52.2

4.9
5.2
5.4
5.7
5.9

4.3
5.4
6.5
8.0
9.5

10.0
9.8
10.5
12.9
13.2

4.3
5.4
5.6
5.7
11.4

26.5
28.6
31.4
34.3
36.9

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

130.5
139.9
151.9
159.3
170.4

51.1
52.8
58.0
58.7
59.7

7.1
6.8
7.0
7.9
8.2

11.4
12.2
14.0
15.5
16.2

12.8
15.3
14.9
15.5
16.0

10.0
10.7
13.0
13.9
18.4

38.2
42.0
45.0
47.9
51.8

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

173.9
196.3
226.0
254.1
269.5

55.9
63.7
77.0
87.2
87.1

8.4
9.0
9.5
10.1
11.7

17.1
20.3
24.5
28.4
33.0

16.0
16.8
18.7
21.4
24.2

20.6
24.4
27.0
30.0
26.6

55.9
62.2
69.3
76.9
86.9

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

288.9
315.5
343.2
365.1
403.9

86.0
83.0
84.0
80.8
85.1

12.8
13.2
14.2
15.3
17.9

36.4
42.6
47.7
57.2
65.7

28.4
38.0
45.3
47.5
54.7

30.4
31.7
38.2
42.8
42.4

94.8
106.9
113.9
121.4
138.2

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

483.9
540.3
140.6
585.8
649.2
711.4

93.6
96.1
24.7
103.6
112.0
123.8

18.9
22.8
6.1
26.2
29.5
32.0

77.7
89.6
24.0
104.5
116.7
130.8

76.2
90.9
21.4
92.4
94.9
102.8

61.6
68.5
18.8
78.9
99.7
103.5

155.9
172.4
45.4
180.3
196.4
218.6

.

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

820.2
927.2
1,016.5
1,095.7
1,159.3

146.7
170.6
197.6
221.8
243.3

36.9
49.0
61.9
63.8
83.3

151.0
179.1
203.1
224.0
237.0

127.2
145.2
154.6
172.3
163.9

113.5
114.5
105.4
100.5
96.5

244.9
268.7
294.0
313.4
335.3

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................

1,281.6
1,351.2
1,409.4
1,503.6
1,620.9

268.9
287.5
293.6
300.8
313.1

98.2
101.9
103.6
114.4
129.1

256.1
270.7
285.0
302.5
324.4

170.8
180.1
185.8
197.7
211.1

121.1
115.9
100.8
111.3
126.2

366.6
395.0
440.4
476.9
516.8

1990 ....................................

1,768.6

313.1

143.0

353.9

229.9

170.6

558.1




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THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992

Table 15.5-TOTAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES BY MAJOR CATEGORY OF EXPENDITURE AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1947-1990
Fiscal Year

Total Government

Defense and Inter­
national

Federal Payments For Individuals
Net Interest

0 Social Security
and Medicare

Other

Other Federal

State and Local
From Own
Sources (Except
Net Interest)

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

20.1
17.3
20.6

8.3
5.5
7.3

1.9
1.8
1.7

0.2
0.2
0.2

3.9
3.4
3.6

1.2
1.1
1.9

4.6
5.3
5.8

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

..........,........................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

22.7
20.5
25.8
26.8
25.6

6.9
8.6
14.2
15.0
13.8

1.8
1.5
1.4
1.4
1.3

0.3
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.9

4.8
2.8
2.6
2.3
2.5

2.1
1.1
1.0
1.4
0.7

6.7
6.1
6.0
5.9
6.4

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

....................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

24.6
23.8
24.5
25.9
26.8

11.6
10.7
11.0
11.1
10.8

1.3
1.2
1.2
1.3
1.2

1.1
1.3
1.5
1.8
2.0

2.6
2.4
2.4
2.9
2.8

1.1
1.3
1.3
1.3
2.4

6.9
6.8
7.1
7.6
7.7

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

25.8
27.0
27.2
27.1
27.1

10.1
10.2
10.4
10.0
9.5

1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

2.2
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.6

2.5
3.0
2.7
2.6
2.5

2.0
2.1
2.3
2.4
2.9

7.5
8.1
8.1
8.1
8.2

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
....................................
....................................

25.9
26.6
28.4
29.9
29.0

8.3
8.6
9.7
10.3
9.4

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.3

2.5
2.7
3.1
3.3
3.6

2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6

3.1
3.3
3.4
3.5
2.9

8.3
8.4
8.7
9.1
9.4

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

....................................
....................................
....................................
...................................
...................................

29.2
29.9
29.8
28.5
28.5

8.7
7.9
7.3
6.3
6.0

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.3

3.7
4.0
4.1
4.5
4.6

2.9
3.6
3.9
3.7
3.9

3.1
3.0
3.3
3.3
3.0

9.6
10.1
9.9
9.5
9.8

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ....................................
1979 ...................................

31.8
31.8
31.3
30.3
29.9
29.1

6.1
5.7
5.5
5.4
5.2
5.1

1.2
1.3
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3

5.1
5.3
5.4
5.4
5.4
5.3

5.0
5.4
4.8
4.8
4.4
4.2

4.0
4.0
4.2
4.1
4.6
4.2

10.2
10.1
10.1
9.3
9.0
8.9

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

30.7
31.0
32.4
33.0
31.4

5.5
5.7
6.3
6.7
6.6

1.4
1.6
2.0
1.9
2.3

5.7
6.0
6.5
6.7
6.4

4.8
4.9
4.9
5.2
4.4

4.2
3.8
3.4
3.0
2.6

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

32.4
32.3
31.9
31.5
31.6

6.8
6.9
6.6
6.3
6.1

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5

6.5
6.5
6.4
6.3
6.3

4.3
4.3
4.2
4.1
4.1

3.1
2.8
2.3
2.3
2.5

9.2
9.0
9.4
9.4
9.1
9.3
9.4
10.0
10.0
10.1

1990 ...................................

32.7

5.8

2.6

6.5

4.3

3.2

10.3




183

HISTORICAL TABLES

Table 15.6-TOTAL GOVERNMENT SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS (-) IN ABSOLUTE AMOUNTS AND AS PERCENTAGES OF GNP: 1947-1990
(in billions of dollars)

In Absolute Amounts
Fiscal Year

Total Govern­
ment

As Percentages of GNP

Federal Government
Total

On-Budget

Off-Budget

State and Local
(NIPA Basis)

Total Govern­
ment

Total Federal

State and Local

1947 ...................................
1948 ...................................
1949 ...................................

5.6
12.4
0.4

4.0
11.8
0.6

2.9
10.5
-.7

1.2
1.2
1.3

1.6
0.6
-.2

2.5
5.0
0.2

1.8
4.8
0.2

0.7
0.2
-.1

1950
1951
1952
1953
1954

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

-4.4
5.6
-2.0
-6.2
-1.4

-3.1
6.1
-1.5
-6.5
-1.2

-4.7
4.3
-3.4
-8.3
-2.8

1.6
1.8
1.9
1.8
1.7

-1.3
-.5
-.4
0.3
-.3

-1.7
1.8
-.6
-1.7
-.4

-1.2
1.9
-.4
-1.8
-.3

-.5
-.2
-.1
0.1
-.1

1955
1956
1957
1958
1959

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

-4.6
3.2
2.5
-4.8
-14.6

-3.0
3.9
3.4
-2.8
-12.8

-4.1
2.5
2.6
-3.3
-12.1

1.1
1.5
0.8
0.5
-.7

-1.6
-.8
-.9
-2.0
-1.8

-1.2
0.8
0.6
-1.1
-3.0

-.8
0.9
0.8
-.6
-2.7

-.4
-.2
-.2
-.4
-.4

1960
1961
1962
1963
1964

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

0.7
-3.6
-7.1
-4.4
-5.3

0.3
-3.3
-7.1
-4.8
-5.9

0.5
-3.8
-5.9
-4.0
-6.5

-.2
0.4
-1.3
-.8
0.6

0.4
-.3
*
0.3
0.6

0.1
-.7
-1.3
-.8
-.8

0.1
-.6
-1.3
-.8
-.9

0.1

1965
1966
1967
1968
1969

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

-.7
-3.1
-10.1
-24.7
2.9

-1.4
-3.7
-8.6
-25.2
3.2

-1.6
-3.1
-12.6
-27.7
-.5

0.2
-.6
4.0
2.6
3.7

0.8
0.6
-1.5
0.4
-.4

-.1
-.4
-1.3
-2.9
0.3

-.2
-.5
-1.1
-3.0
0.3

0.1
0.1
-.2
0.1

1970
1971
1972
1973
1974

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

0.8
-23.5
-15.2
-*
4.5

-2.8
-23.0
-23.4
-14.9
-6.1

-8.7
-26.1
-26.4
-15.4
-8.0

5.9
3.0
3.1
0.5
1.8

3.7
-.5
8.2
14.9
10.6

0.1
-2.2
-1.3
-*
0.3

-.3
-2.2
-2.0
-1.2
-.4

0.4

1975 ...................................
1976 ...................................
T Q ......................................
1977 ...................................
1978 ...................................
1979 ...................................

-47.4
-66.9
-16.2
-29.3
-27.8
-13.7

-53.2
-73.7
-14.7
-53.6
-59.2
-40.2

-55.3
-70.5
-13.3
-49.7
-54.9
-38.2

2.0
-3.2
-1.4
-3.9
-4.3
-2.0

5.8
6.8
-1.4
24.4
31.4
26.5

-3.1
-3.9
-3.6
-1.5
-1.3
-.6

-3.5
-4.3
-3.3
-2.8
-2.7
-1.6

0.4
0.4
-.3
1.3
1.4
1.1

*

*
0.1
0.1

*

*

0.7
1.2
0.8

1980
1981
1982
1983
1984

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

-48.1
-46.5
-93.1
-165.2
-122.3

-73.8
-78.9
-127.9
-207.8
-185.3

-72.7
-73.9
-120.0
-208.0
-185.6

-1.1
-5.0
-7.9
0.2
0.3

25.7
32.4
34.8
42.6
63.0

-1.8
-1.6
-3.0
-5.0
-3.3

-2.8
-2.6
-4.1
-6.3
-5.0

1.0
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.7

1985
1986
1987
1988
1989

...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................
...................................

-150.4
-156.6
-95.7
-105.9
-104.2

-212.3
-221.2
-149.7
-155.1
-153.4

-221.6
-237.9
-169.3
-193.9
-206.1

9.4
16.7
19.6
38.8
52.8

61.8
64.6
54.0
49.2
49.2

-3.8
-3.7
-2.2
-2.2
-2.0

-5.4
-5.3
-3.4
-3.2
-3.0

1.6
1.5
1.2
1.0
1.0

1990 ...................................

-181.8

-220.4

-277.0

56.6

38.6

-3.4

-4.1

0.7

* If dollars, $50 million or less. If percent, 0.05 percent or less.





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