BPLA (Contents)

Budget Process Law Annotated (1993)

Impoundment Control Act of 1974

[PAGES 385-388]

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transmission of messages; publication 

Sec. 1014.1036 (a) Delivery to House and Senate.—Each special message transmitted under section 10121037 or 10131038 shall be transmitted to the House of Representatives and the Senate on the same day, and shall be delivered to the Clerk of the House of Representatives if the House is not in session, and to the Secretary or the Senate if the Senate is not in session. Each special message so transmitted shall be referred to the appropriate committee of the House of Representatives and the Senate. Each such message shall be printed as a document of each House.

(b) Delivery To Comptroller General.—A copy of each special message transmitted under section 10121039 or 10131040 shall be transmitted to the Comptroller General on the same day it is transmitted to the House of Representatives and the Senate. in order to assist the Congress in the exercise of its functions under sections 10121041 and 1013,1042 the Comptroller General shall review each such message and inform the House of Representatives and the Senate as promptly as practicable with respect to— [p. 386]

(1) in the case of a special message transmitted under section 10121043 the facts surrounding the proposed rescission or the reservation of budget authority (including the probable effects thereof); and

(2) in the case of a special message transmitted under section 1013,1045

(A) the facts surrounding each proposed deferral of budget authority1046 (including the probable effects thereof) and

(B) whether or not (or to what extent), in his judgment, such proposed deferral is in accordance with existing statutory authority.

(c) Transmission of Supplementary Messages.—If any information contained in a special message transmitted under section 10121047 or 10131048 is subsequently revised, the President shall transmit to both Houses of Congress and the Comptroller General a supplementary message stating and explaining such revision. Any such supplementary message shall be delivered, referred, and printed as provided in subsection (a).1049 The Comptroller General shall promptly notify the House of Representatives and the Senate of any changes in [p. 387] the information submitted by him under subsection (b)1050 which may be necessitated by such revision.

(d) Printing in Federal Register.—Any special message transmitted under section 10121051 or 10131052 and any supplementary message transmitted under subsection (c),1053 shall be printed in the first issue of the Feral Register published after such transmittal.

(e) Cumulative Reports of Proposed Rescissions, Reservations, and Deferrals of Budget Authority.—

(1) The President shall submit a report to the House of Representatives and the Senate not later than the 10th day of each month during a fiscal year, listing all budget authority1054 for that fiscal year with respect to which, as of the first day of such month—

(A) he has transmitted a special message under section 10121055 with respect to a proposed rescission or a reservation; and

(B) he has transmitted a special message under section 10131056 proposing a deferral.1057

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Such report shall also contain, with respect to each such proposed rescission or deferral, 1058 or each such reservation, the information required to be submitted in the special message with respect thereto under section 10121059 or 1013.1060

(2) Each report submitted under paragraph (1)1161 shall be printed in the first issue of the Federal Register published after its submission.


1036. Section 1014 is codified as amended at 2 U.S.C. § 685 (1988). 

1037. See supra pp. 378-380

1038. See supra pp. 381-384

1039. See supra pp. 378-380

1040. See supra pp. 381-384

1041. See supra pp. 378-380

1042. See supra pp. 381-384

1043. See supra pp. 378-380

1044. Section 3(2) defines “budget authority”. See supra pp. 11-13

1045. See supra pp. 381-384

1046. Section 1011(1) defines “deferral of budget authority”. See supra p. 375. Section 3(2) defines “budget authority”. See supra pp. 11-13

1047. See supra pp. 378-380

1048. See supra pp. 381-384

1049. See supra  p. 385.

1050. See supra pp. 385-386

1051. See supra pp. 378-380

1052. See supra pp. 381-384

1053. See supra p. 386

1054. Section 3(2) defines “budget authority”. See supra pp. 11-13

1055. See supra pp. 378-380

1056. See supra pp. 381-384

1057. Section 1011(1) defines “deferral of budget authority”. See supra p. 375

1058. Section 1011(1) defines “deferral of budget authority”. See supra p. 375

1059. See supra p. 378-380

1060. See supra pp. 381-384

1061. See supra pp. 387-388.

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