President’s Budgets

Fiscal Year 2010

President’s Budget Submission

Under section 1105 of title 31 the U.S. Code, the President is legally required by “the first Monday in January but not later than the first Monday in February of each year” to submit a budget to Congress for the upcoming fiscal year. Section 1106 of the Code sets forth a further legal requirement for the President to submit an update to the budget, which must occur before July 16 of each year. This document is commonly known as the “Mid-Session Review”.


Fiscal Year 2010 President’s Budget Document Submission

(1) Fiscal Year 2010 A New Era of Responsibility – Renewing America’s Promise
(2) Fiscal Year 2010 Historical Tables
(3) Fiscal Year 2010 Analytical Perspectives
(4) Fiscal Year 2010 Appendix


Supplementary Information

Fiscal Year 2010 Balances of Budget Authority
Fiscal Year 2010 Object Class Analysis
Fiscal Year 2010 Terminations, Reductions, and Savings
Fiscal Year 2010 Transmittal to Congress
Fiscal Year 2010 Updated Summary Tables, May, 2009


Fiscal Year 2010 Mid-Session Review


Office of management and budget Documents

The Budget has four major volumes, and supplemental material:

(1) The Budget of the U.S. Government;
(2) Historical Tables;
(3) Analytical Perspectives;
(4) Appendix; and
(5) Supplemental Materials.


Links to Presidential Budget Documents

Budget Counsel: President’s Budget for a Fiscal Year
Office of Management and Budget: President’s Budget Submissions
Government Publishing Office: President Budget Submissions (GPO Links)
Previous Budgets: Budget Submissions from 1923 forward (FRASER)

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