Views and Estimates
The Views and Estimates are documents section 301 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 requires the committees of Congress send to the Congressional Budget Committee as part of budget process, and used in the preparation of the annual (theoretically) budget resolution. These documents are similar legislative measure insofar as they are subject to amendment, and voted on by the Committees.
While committees are made aware of the requirements, it is common knowledge that they do no always comply. If it is discovered that they have not brought their views and estimates to a vote, but rather were sent without common consent of the Committee, then they are not supposed to be included in the Committee Print that the Budget Committees make public each year.
Advisory from the House Parliamentarian on Views and Estimates (1991.04.10) (Cong. Rec. Page)