BPLA (Contents)

Budget Process Law Annotated (1993)

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985

PART C—EMERGENCY POWERS TO ELIMINATE DEFICITS1131 IN EXCESS OF MAXIMUM DEFICIT AMOUNT1132 

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SEC. 250.1133 TABLE OF CONTENTS; STATEMENT OF BUDGET ENFORCEMENT THROUGH SEQUESTRATION;1134 DEFINITIONS.

(a) Table of Contents.—

Sec. 250. Table of contents; budget enforcement statement; definitions.

Sec. 251. Enforcing discretionary spending limits.1135

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Sec. 252. Enforcing pay-as-you-go.

Sec. 253. Enforcing deficit1136 targets.

Sec. 254. Reports and orders.

Sec. 255. Exempt programs and activities.

Sec. 256. Special rules.

Sec. 257. The baseline.1137

Sec. 258. Suspension in the event of war or low growth.

Sec. 258A. Modification of presidential order.

Sec. 258B. Alternative defense sequestration.

Sec. 258C. Special reconciliation process.


1131. Section 250(c)(1) (see infra p. 440) defines “deficit” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(6) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 16. 

1132. Section 250(c)(1) of Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (see infra p. 440) defines “maximum deficit amount” by adopting the definition of section 601(a)(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (see supra p. 299) as adjusted under sections 251 and 253 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. See infra pp. 475-502, 523-533. 

1133. Section 250 is codified at 2 U.S.C. § 900 (Supp. IV 1992). Section 13101(a) of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 added section 250 (see infra p. 701), with the exception of section 250(c)(21), which section 13101(b) of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 transferred from section 257(12) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. See infra p. 701.

1134. Section 250(c)(2) defines “sequestration”. See infra p. 440. 

1135. Section 250(c)(1) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (see infra p. 440) defines “discretionary spending limits” by adopting the definition of section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (see supra pp. 301-303) as adjusted under sections 251 and 253 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. See infra pp. 475-502, 523-533. 

1136. Section 250(c)(1) (see infra p. 440) defines “deficit” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(6) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 16.

1137. Section 250(c) (see infra p. 442) defines “baseline” in substantial part by reference to section 257. See infra pp. 600-617. 

1138. Section 250(c)(2) defines “sequestration”. See infra p. 440.


(b) General Statement of Budget Enforcement Through Sequestration.1139—This part provides for the enforcement of the deficit1140 reduction assumed in House Concurrent Resolution 310 (101st Congress, second session)1141 and the applicable deficit targets1142 for fiscal years 1991 through 1995. Enforcement, as necessary, is to be implemented through sequestration—

(1) to enforce discretionary spending levels assumed in that resolution (with adjustments as provided herein after);

(2) to enforce the requirement that any legislation [p. 439] increasing direct spending1143 or decreasing revenues be on a pay-as-you-go basis; and

(3) to enforce the deficit targets specifically set forth1144 in the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act or 1974 (with adjustments as provided herein after);

applied in the order set forth above.1145


1139. Section 250(c)(2) defines “sequestration.” See infra p. 440. 

1140. Section 250(c)(1) (see infra p. 440) defines “deficit” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(6) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 16. 

1141. Concurrent Resolution on the Budget – Fiscal Year 1991, H. Con. Res. 310, 101st Cong., 2d Sess., 104 Stat. 5163 (1990) (implementing the bipartisan budget agreement between the President and the joint leadership or Congress).[1] 

1142. Section 601(a)(1) of the Congressional Budget Act defines “maximum deficit amount.” See supra pp. 299-300. 

1143. Section 250(c)(8) defines “direct spending.” See infra p. 444.

1144. Section 601(a)(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 defines “maximum deficit amount.” See supra pp. 299-300.

1145. The statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 explains generally the sequestration mechanisms that the Act added: 

TITLE XIII – BUDGET ENFORCEMENT 

Budget Enforcement Act of 1990

The conference agreement adds new enforcement mechanisms for discretionary spending entitlements, and receipts to preserve the deficit reduction achieved by this Act over the next five years. The conference agreement adds a pay-as-you-go mechanism to ensure that any new entitlement or receipt legislation will not increase the deficit. The conference agreement also sets forth limits (caps) on discretionary spending provided in the annual appropriations process for each of fiscal years 1991 through 1995, and enforces these through a mechanism to require across-the-board cuts within any category to make up for any overages. To enforce deficit targets in fiscal years 1994 and 1995, the conference agreement extends the existing Gramm-Rudman-Hollings mechanism through fiscal year 1995, but with new procedures to allow adjustment for revised economic and technical estimates, in 1994 and 1995 at the President’s option. 

H. Rep. 101-964 (Conference Report), 101st Cong., 2d Sess. 1151 (1990), reprinted in 1990 U.S.C.C.A.N 2374, 2856.[2]


(c) Definitions.1146

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As used in this part:

(1) The terms “budget authority”, “new budget authority”, “outlays”, and “deficit” have the meanings given to such terms in section 3 of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (but including the treatment specified in section 257(b)(3) of the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund1147) and the terms “maximum deficit amount” and “discretionary spending limit” shall mean the amounts specified in section 6011148 of that Act as adjusted under sections 251 and 253 of this Act.

(2) The terms “sequester” and “sequestration” refer to or mean the cancellation of budgetary resources1149 provided by discretionary appropriations1150 or direct spending1m law.

(3) The term “breach” means, for any fiscal year, the [p. 441] amount (if any) by which new budget authority1152 or outlays1153 for that year (within a category1154 of discretionary appropriations1155) is above that category’s discretionary spending limit1156 for new budget authority or outlays for that year, as the case may be.

(4) The term “category” means:

(A) For fiscal years 1991, 1992, and 1993, any of the following subsets of discretionary appropriations:1157 defense,1158 international,1159 or domestic.1160 Discretionary appropriations in each of the three categories shall be those so designated in the joint statement of managers accompanying the [p. 442conference report on the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990.1161 New accounts1162 or activities shall be categorized in consultation with the Committees on Appropriations and the Budget of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

(B) For fiscal years 1994 and 1995,1163 all discretionary appropriations.1164 Contributions to the United States to offset the cost of Operation Desert Shield1165 shall not be counted within any category.

(5) The term “baseline” means the projection (described in section 2571166 of current-year1167 levels [p. 443] of new budget authority,1168 outlays,1169 receipts, and the surplus or deficit1170 into the budget year1171 and the outyear.1172

(6) The term “budgetary resources” means –

(A) with respect to budget year1173 1991, new budget authority;1174 unobligated balances; new loan guarantee commitments or limitations; new direct loan obligations, commitments, or Limitations; direct spending11 authority; and obligation limitations; or

(B) with respect to budget year1176 1992, 1993, 1994, or 1995,1174 new budget authority;1178 [p. 444unobligated balances; direct spending1179 authority, and obligation limitations.

(7) The term “discretionary appropriations” means budgetary resources1180 (except to fund direct spending programs) provided in appropriation Acts.1181

(8) The term “direct spending”1182 means—

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(A) budget authority1183 provided by law other than appropriation Acts;

(B) entitlement authority;1114 and

(C) the food stamp program.

(9) The term “current” means, with respect to OMB1185 estimates included with a budget submission under section 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code, the estimates consistent with the economic and technical assumptions underlying that budget and with respect to estimates made after submission of the fiscal year 1992 budget that are not included with a budget submission, estimates consistent with the economic and technical assumptions underlying the most recently submitted President’s budget.

(10) The term “real economic growth”, with respect to any fiscal year, means the growth in the gross national product during such fiscal year, adjusted for inflation, consistent with Department of Commerce definitions.

(11) The term “account” means an item for which appropriations are made in any appropriation Act and, for items not provided for in appropriation Acts, such term means an item for which there is a designated budget [p. 446account identification code number in the President’s budget.

(12) the term “budget year” means, with respect to a session of Congress, the fiscal year of the Government that starts on October 1of the calendar year in which that session begins.

(13) The term “current year means, with respect to a budget year,1186 the fiscal year that immediately precedes that budget year.1187

(14) The term “outyear” means, with respect to a budget year,1188 any of the fiscal years that follow the budget year through fiscal year 1995.1189

(15) The term “OMB” means the Director of the Office of Management and Budget.

(16) The term “CBO” means the Director of the [p. 447Congressional Budget Office.

(17) For purposes of sections 252 and 253, legislation enacted during the second session of the One Hundred First Congress shall be deemed to have been enacted before the enactment of this Act.

(18) As used in this part, all references to entitlement authority1190 shall include the list of mandatory appropriations included in the joint explanatory statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990.1191

(19) The term “deposit insurance” refers to the expenses of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the funds it incorporates, the Resolution Trust Corporation, the National Credit Union Administration and the funds it incorporates, the Office of Thrift Supervision, the Comptroller of the Currency Assessment Fund, and the RTC Office of Inspector General.

(20) The term “composite outlay rate” means the percent of new budget authority1192 that is converted to outlays1193 in the fiscal year for which the budget authority is provided and subsequent fiscal years, as follows:

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(A) For the international category,1194 percent for the first year, 20 percent for the second year, 16 percent for the third year, and 8 percent for the fourth year.

(B) For the domestic category,1195 percent for the first year, 31percent for the second year, 12 percent for the third year, and 2 percent for the fourth year.

(21)1196 The sale of an asset means the sale to the public of any asset, whether physical or financial, owned in whole or in part by the United States. The term “prepay­ment of a loan” means payments to the United States made in advance of the schedules set by law or contract when the financial asset is first acquired, such as the prepayment to the Federal Financing Bank of loans guaranteed by the Rural Electrification Administration. If a law or contract allows a flexible payment schedule, the term “in advance” shall mean in advance of the slowest payment schedule allowed under such law or contract.1197 

[Pages 448-474 set out Notes #1194-#1198.]


1146. Section 13101(a) of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 section 13112(c)(1) added section 250(c). See infra p. 701. For legislative history or section 250(c), see infra note 1197 (at the end of this section).

1147. Section 257(b)(3) provides: 

(3) Hospital insurance trust fund.—Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the receipts and disbursements of the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund shall be included in all calculations required by this Act. 

See infra p. 602. For discussion of this language, see infra note 1651 (al Section 257(b)(3)). 1148. Section 601(a)(1) of the Congressional Budget Act defines “maximum deficit amount.” See supra pp. 299-300. Section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 defines “discretionary spending limit. See supra pp. 301-303. 

1149. Section 250(c)(6) defines “budgetary resources.” See infra p. 443. 

1150. Section 250(c)(7) defines “discretionary appropriations.” See infra p. 444. 

1151.Section 250(c)(8) defines “direct spending.” See infra p. 444.

1152. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” and “new budget authority” at least in part by reference to the definitions or section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra pp. 11-13. 

This reference to “new budget authority” means new budget authority as measured pursuant to the baseline requirements of section 257. See infra pp. 600-617. 

1153. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “outlays” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 174. See supra p. 11.

1154. Section 250(c)(4) defines “category.” See infra p. 441. 

1155. Section 250(c)(7) defines “discretionary appropriations.” See infra p. 444.

1156. Section 250(c)(1) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (see supra p. 440) defines “discretionary spending limit” by adopting the definition of section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (see supra pp. 301-303) as adjusted under sections 251 and 253 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. See infra pp. 415-502, 523-533. 

1157. Section 250(c)(7) defines “discretionary appropriations.” See infra p. 444. 

1158. For the list of such accounts that appears in the joint statement of managers accompanying the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, see infra pp. 454-456. 

1159. For the list of such accounts that appears in the joint statement of managers accompanying the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, see infra pp. 456-458. 

1160. For the list of such accounts that appears in the joint statement of managers accompanying the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, see infra pp. 458-474. 

1161. See infra pp. 454-474. 

1162. Section 250(c)(11) defines “account.” See infra p. 445.

1163. This should read “1994 through 1998.” Section 14002(c)(3)(A) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, Pub. L. 103-66, § 14002(c)(3)(A), 107 Stat. 312 (1993), extended sections 250-252 and 254-258C through fiscal year 1998, but the Act’s drafters neglected to make the conforming change here. The joint statement of managers accompanying the Act states that the Act “extends the expiration date of sections 250 through 258C (except for section 253, which pertains to the enforcement of the deficit targets) from the end of fiscal year 1995 to the end of fiscal year 1998”. H. Rept. 103-213 (Conference Report, p. 961), 103d Cong. 1st Sess. (1993), reprinted in 139 Cong. Rec. H5792, H6043 (daily ed. Aug. 4, 19!13). The legislative intent to extend the system of one single category of appropriations is particularly clear. Section 14001 of the Act states that “(t)he Congress declares that it is essential to … extend the system of discretionary spending limits for the single discretionary category …”. Pub. L. 103-66, § 14001(2), 107 Stat. 312 (1993) (emphasis added). For additional legislative history explaining the extension, see supra notes 870 and 936, and infra note 1807.

1164. Section 250(c)(7) defines “discretionary appropriations.” See infra p. 444. 

1165. Section 251(b)(2)(D)(ii) defines “emergency Desert Shield costs.” See infra p. 499. 

1166. See infra pp. 600-617. 

1167. Section 250(c)(13) defines “current year.” See infra p. 446. 

1168. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” and “new budget authority” at least in part by reference to the definitions of section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra pp. 11-13. 

1169. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “outlays” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 11. 

1170. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “deficit” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(6) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 16. 

1171. Section 250(c)(12) defines “budget year.” See infra p. 446. 

1172. Section 250(c)(14) defines “outyear.” See infra p. 446. 

1173. Section 250(c)(12) defines “budget year.” See infra p. 446. 

1174. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” and “new budget authority” at least in part by reference to the definitions of section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra pp. 11-13. 

1175. Section 25o(c)(defines “direct spending”. See infra p. 444. 

1176. Section 250(c)(12) defines “budget year”. See infra p. 446. 

1177. This should read “1992 through 1998.” Section 14002(c)(3)(A) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, Pub. L. 103-66, § 14002(c)(3)(A), 107 Stat. 312 (1993), extended sections 250-252 and 254-258C through fiscal year 1998, but the Act’s drafters neglected to make the conforming change here. The joint statement of managers accompanying the Act states that the Act “extends the expiration date of sections 250 through 258C (except for section 253, which pertains to the enforcement of the deficit targets) from the end of fiscal year 1995 to the end of fiscal year 1998″ H. Rep. 103-213 (Conference Report, p. 961), 103d Cong. 1st Sess. (1993), reprinted in 139 Cong. Rec. H5792, H6043 (daily ed. Aug. 4, 1993). 

1178. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” and “new budget authority” at least in put by reference to the definitions of section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act. See supra pp. 11-13. 

1179. Section 250(c)(8) defines “direct spending.” See infra-p. 444. 

1180. Section 250(c)(6) defines “budgetary resources.” See supra p. 443. 

1181. Does the language of this definition mean that changes to entitlement law provided by appropriations acts (notwithstanding rules 15 and 16 of the Standing Rules of the Senate) will be credited against spending within the discretionary spending caps (under section 251, see infra pp. 475-502) and not against the pay-as-you-go ledger (under section 252, see infra pp. 509-517)? Scorekeeping guideline number 3 (see infra note 1245), referred to in sections 251(a)(7) (see infra pp.) and 252(d) (see infra pp. 515-516), and set forth in the joint statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, supports that position, and the Office of Management and Budget has reportedly reached that conclusion. But see section 252(a) infra p. 509, which states that “[t]he purpose of this section is to assure that any legislation … affecting direct spending or receipts that increases the deficit … will trigger an offsetting sequestration.”(emphasis added). 

1182. For a general discussion of direct spending programs, see Kenneth R. Cahill, Entitlements and Other Mandatory Spending  (Apr. 6, 1993) (Congressional Research Service report number 93-391 EPW).

1183. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1970. See supra pp. 11-13.

1184. Section 3(9) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1970 (see supra p. 18) defines “entitlement authority” to mean (at least for purposes of that Act) the authority described in section 401(c)(2)(C) of that Act (see supra p. 252). Section 250(c)(18) (see infra p. 447) provides that all references to entitlement authority shall include the mandatory appropriations accounts listed infra note 1245. 

1185. Section 250(c)(l5) defines “OMB” to mean “the Director of the Office of Management and Budget.” See infra p. 446. 

1186. Section 250(c)(12) defines “budget year.” See supra p. 446. 

1187. In other words, the “current year” is the fiscal year of the Government that ends on September 30 of the calendar year in which a session of Congress begins. See section 250(c)(12) supra p. 446.[3] 

1188. Section 250(c)(12) defines “budget year.” See supra p. 446. 

1189. In other words, an “outyear” is, with respect to a session of Congress, any fiscal year if the government that starts on October 1 of a calendar year after the year in which the session begins. See section 250(c)(12) supra p. 446. 

This last reference should read “1998.” Section 14002(c)(3)(A) of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, Pub. L. 103-66, § 14002(c)(3)(A), 107 Stat. 312 (1993), extended sections 250-252 and 254-258C through fiscal year 1998, but the Act’s drafters neglected to make the conforming change here. The joint statement of managers accompanying the Act states that the Act “extends the expiration date of sections 250 through 258C (except for section 253, which pertains to the enforcement of the deficit targets) from the end of fiscal year 1995 to the end of fiscal year 1998,” H. Rep. 103-213 (Conference Report, p. 961), 103d Cong., 1st Sess. (1993), reprinted in 139 Cong. Rec. H5792, H6043 (daily ed. Aug. 4, 1993). 

1190. Section 3(9) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (see supra p. 18) defines “entitlement authority” to mean (at least for purposes of that Act) the authority described in section 401(c)(2)(C)[4] of that Act (see supra p. 252). Section 250(c)(18) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (see supra p. 447) provides that all references to entitlement authority shall include the mandatory appropriations accounts listed infra note 1245. 

1191. For the list, see infra note 1245. 

1192. Section 250(c)(1) (see supra p. 440) defines “budget authority” and “new budget authority” at least in part by reference to the definitions of section 3(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra pp. 11-13. 

1193. Section 250(c)(l) (see supra p. 440) defines “outlays” at least in part by reference to the definition of section 3(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. See supra p. 11. 

1194. Section 250(c)(4) defines “category.” See supra p. 441. 

1195. Section 250(c)(4) defines “category.” See supra p. 441. 

1196. Section 1310l(b) of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 (see infra p. 701) transferred this definition without change from section 257(12) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 as as it existed immediately before enactment of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990. The drafters of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 used this circuitous route so as to assure certain Senators that the Act made no change in the treatment of asset sales; indeed, the Act does not use the term “asset sale.” 

1197. Section 13101(a) of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 added section 250(c). See infra p. 701. 

The statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 briefly explains the changes made by this subsection:

x. definition

Current Law 

Section 257 of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings defined the terms “automatic spending increase,” “budget outlays,” “budget authority,” “concurrent resolution on the budget,” “deficit,” “maximum deficit amount,” “real economic growth,” “sequester,” “sequestration,” “account,” “sequesterable resource,” “margin,” “prepayment of a loan,” “outlay rate,” and “combined outlay rate.”

Specifically, section 257 defines “margin” to mean $10 billion for fiscal years 1988 through 1992 and zero for fiscal year 1993. If the deficit exceeds the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings targets by less then the margin through fiscal year 1992, a sequester order is not triggered. 

House Bill 

The House bill moves the definitions section to a new section 250 and retains or revises the definitions of “outlays,” “budget authority,” “maximum deficit amount,” “real economic growth,” “sequester,” “sequestration,” “account,” and “prepayment of a loan.” the House bill adds to the definitions section new definitions for “breach,” “category,” “baseline,” “budgetary resources,” “discretionary appropriations,” “direct spending,” “current,” “sale of an asset,” “budget year,” “current year,” “outyear,” “OMB,” and “CBO,” but strikes definitions for “automatic spending increase,” “concurrent resolution on the budget,” “deficit,” sequesterable resources,” “outlay rate,” and “combined outlay rate.” Finally, the House bill redefines “margin” to mean $15 billion for fiscal year 1994 and 1995 (minus any authorized outlay adjustments). 

Senate Amendment 

The Senate amendment redefines “margin” to mean zero for fiscal years 1991 through 1993 and $15 billion for fiscal years 1994 and 1995. Other than in the definition of “Margin,” the Senate amendment makes no changes in the Gramm-Rudman-Hollings definitions. 

Conference Agreement 

The conference agreement accepts the definition changes proposed by the House, except that no definition of “sale of an asset” is provided. Additionally “margin” is redefined to mean zero for fiscal years 1992 and 1993 and $15 billion for fiscal years 1994 1995.

H. Rep. 101-964 (Conference Report, pp. 1170-71) 101st Cong., 2d Sess. (1990), reprinted in 1990 U.S.C.A.N. 2374, 2875-76.[5]

Before the enactment of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 dealt with definitions and read as follows:

SEC. 257. DEFINITIONS.

For purposes of this title:

(1) The term “automatic spending increase” (except as otherwise provided in sections 255 and 256) means increases in budget outlays due to changes in indexes in the following Federal programs:

National Wool Act (12-4336–0-3-351);

Special milk program (12-3502-0-1-605); and

Vocational rehabilitation (91-0301-0-1-506).

For purposes of the preceding provisions of this para-graph, programs are identified by the designated budget ac-count identification code numbers set forth in the Budget of the United States Government, 1986-Appendix.

(2) The terms “budget outlays” and “budget authority” have the meaning given to such terms in sections 3(1) and 3(2), respectively, of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

(3) The term “concurrent resolution on the budget” has the meaning given to such term in section 3(4) of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

(4) The term “deficit” has the meaning given to such term in section 3(6) of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

(5) The term “maximum deficit amount”, with respect to any fiscal year, means the maximum deficit amount for such fiscal year determined under section 3(7) of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974.

(6) The term “real economic growth”, with respect to any fiscal year, means the growth in the gross national product during such fiscal year, adjusted for inflation, consistent with Department of Commerce definitions.

(7) The terms “sequester” and “sequestration” (subject to section 252(a)(4)) refer to or mean the reduction or cancellation of new budget authority; unobligated balances, new loan guarantee commitments or limitations; new direct loan obligations, commitments, or limitations; spending authority as defined in section 401(c)(2) [6] of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974; and obligation limitations.

(8) The term “account” means an item for which appropriations are made in any appropriation Act used to determine the budget base, and, for items not provided for in appropriation Acts, such term means an item for which there is a designated budget account identification code number in the Appendix to the President’s budget.

(9) The term “sequesterable resource” means new budget authority; unobligated balances; new loan guarantee commitments or limitations, new direct loan obligations, commitments, or limitations; spending authority as defined in section 401(c)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974; and obligation limitations for budget accounts, programs, projects, and activities that are not exempt from reduction or sequestration under this part.

(10) The term “margin” means $10,000,000,000 with respect to each of fiscal years 1988 through 1992 and zero with respect to fiscal year 1993.

(11) As used in this part, all references to section 401(c)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 shall include (but are not limited to) payments to any person or government under terms of law for the following programs:

(A) Claims, defense (97-0102-0-1-051).

(B) Veterans compensation (36-0153-0-1-701).

(C) Veterans pensions (36-0154-0-1-701).

(D) Burial benefits and miscellaneous assistance (360155-0-1-701).

(E) Readjustment benefits (36-0137-0-1-702).

(F) Loan guaranty revolving fund (36-4025-0-3-704).

(G) Guaranteed student loans (91-0230-0-1-502).

(H) Social services block grant(75-1634-0-1-506).

(I) Family social services (75-1645-0-1-506).

(J) Rehabilitation services and handicapped research (91-0301-0-1-506).

(K) Grants to States for medicaid (75-0512-0-1-551).

(L) Special benefits for disabled coal miners (75-0409-01-601).

(M) Black lung disability trust fund (20-8144-0-7-601).

(N) Special benefits (16-1521-0-1-602).

(O) Federal unemployment benefits and allowances (160326-0-1-603).

(P) Supplemental security income program (75-0406-01-609).

(Q) Family support payments to States (75-1501-0-1609).

(R) Food stamp program (12-3505-0-1-605).

(S) Child nutrition programs (12-3539-0-1-605).

(T) Retired pay, coast guard (69-0241-0-1-403).

(U) Government payment for annuitants, employees health benefits (24-0206-0-1-551).

(12) The sale of an asset means the sale to the public of any asset, whether physical or financial, owned in whole or in part by the United States. The term ‘prepayment of a loan’ means payments to the United States made in advance of the schedules set by law or contract when the financial asset is first acquired, such as the prepayment to the Federal Financing Bank of loans guaranteed by the Rural Electrification Administration. If a law or contract allows a flexible payment schedule, the term ‘in advance’ shall mean in advance of the slowest payment schedule allowed under such law or contract.

(13) The term “outlay rate”, with respect to any budget account, program, project, or activity, means—

(A) the ratio of outlays resulting in the fiscal year involved from new budgetary resources for such budget account, program, project, or activity to such new budgetary resources; or

(B) the ratio of outlays resulting in the fiscal year involved from unobligated balances for such budget account, program, project, or activity to such unobligated balances.

(14) The term “combined outlay rate”, with respect to any budget account, program, project, or activity, means the weighted average (by budgetary resources) of the ratios determined under subparagraphs(A) and (B) of paragraph (13) for such budget account, program, project, or activity.

discretionary appropriations categories1198 

1198.  This list  of Discretionary Appropriations Categories on pp. 454-474 appears in the joint statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Budget Enforcement Act. See H.R. Conf. Rept. No. 101-964, 101st Cong., 2d Sess. 1180-218 (1990), reprined in 1990 U.S.C.C.A.N. 2374, 2885-923.

The following is a list of discretionary accounts pp. 454-474 appears in the joint statement of managers accompanying the conference report on the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990. See H. Rep. 101-964 (Conference Report, p. 1180-1218), 101st Cong., 2d Sess. 1180218 (1990), reprinted in 1990 U.S.C.C.A.N. 2374, 2885-923.[7]

APPROPRIATED DEFENSE DISCRETIONARY ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL 1991

COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE

Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration, Ready reserve force

69-1710-0-1-054

DEFENSE

Department of Defense, Procurement, Coastal defense augmentation

17-0380-0-1-051

Military personnel, Marine Corps

17-1105-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

17-1106-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

17-1107-0-1-051

Reserve personnel, Marine Corps

17-1108-0-1-051

Procurement, Marine Corps

17-1109-0-1-051

Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy

17-1319-0-1-051

Reserve personnel, Navy

17-1405-0-1-051

Military personnel, Navy

17-1453-0-1-051

Aircraft procurement, Navy

17-1506-0-1-051

Weapons procurement, Navy

17-1507-0-1-051

Shipbuilding and conversion, Navy

17-1611-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Navy

17-1804-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

17-1806-0-1-051

Other procurement, Navy

17-1810-0-1-051

Navy Stock Fund

17-4911-0-4-051

Navy Industrial Fund

17-4914-0-4-051

Marine Corps Industrial Fund

17-4914-0-4-051

Operation and Maintenance, National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, Army

21-1705-0-1-051

Military Personnel, Army

21-2010-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Army

21-2020-0-1-051

Aircraft procurement, Army

21-2031-0-1-051

Missile procurement, Army

21-2032-0-1-051

Procurement of weapons and tracked combat vehicles, Army

21-2033-0-1-051

Procurement of ammunition, Army

21-2034-0-1-051

Other procurement, Army

21-2035-0-1-051

Research Development, test and evaluation, Army

21-2040-0-1-051

Military Personnel, National Guard personnel, Army

21-2060-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

21-2065-0-1-051

Reserve personnel, Army

21-2070-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

21-2080-0-1-051

Revolving and management funds, Army stock fund

21-4991-0-4-051

Army Industrial Fund

21-4992-0-4-051

Aircraft procurement, Air Force

57-3010-0-1-051

Missile procurement, Air Force

57-3020-0-1-051

Other procurement, Air Force

57-3080-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

57-3400-0-1-051

Military personnel, Air Force

57-3500-0-1-051

Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force

57-3600-0-1-051

Reserve personnel, Air Force

57-3700-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

57-3740-0-1-051

Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

57-3840-0-1-051

National Guard personnel, Air Force

57-3850-0-1-051

Air Force stock fund

57-4921-0-4-051

Air Force Industrial Fund

57-4922-0-4-051

Operation and Maintenance, Defense agencies

97-0100-0-1-051

Court of Military Appeals, Defense

97-0104-0-1-051

Drug interdiction and counter-drug activities, Defense

97-0105-0-1-051

Goodwill Games

97-0106-0-1-051

Office of the Inspector General

97-0107-0-1-051

Procurement, Defense agencies

97-0300-0-1-051

National guard and reserve equipment

97-0350-0-1-051

Defense production act purchases

97-0360-0-1-051

Chemical agents and munitions destruction, Defense

97-0390-0-1-051

Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense agencies

97-0400-0-1-051

Developmental test and evaluation, Defense

97-0450-0-1-051

Operational test and evaluation, Defense

97-0460-0-1-051

Environmental Restoration, Defense

97-0810-0-1-051

Humanitarian assistance

97-0819-0-1-051

Defense Stock Fund

97-4961-0-4-051

Defense Industrial Fund

97-4962-0-4-051

Emergency Response fund

97-4965-0-4-051

Central Intelligence Agency, Enhanced security countermeasures capabilities

56-3401-0-1-054

Intelligence community staff

95-0400-0-1-054

energy and water

Department of Energy, Atomic energy defense activities

89-0220-0-1-053

Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, S&E

95-3900-0-1-053

military construction

Department of Defense, Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps

17-0703-0-1-051

Military construction, Navy

17-1205-0-1-051

Military construction, Naval Reserve

17-1235-0-1-051

Family Housing, Army

21-0702-0-1-051

Military construction, Army

21-2050-0-1-051

Military construction, Army National Guard

21-2085-0-1-051

Military construction, Army Reserve

21-2086-0-1-051

Family housing, Air Force

57-0704-0-1-051

Military construction, Air Force

57-3300-0-1-051

Military construction, Air Force Reserve

57-3730-0-1-051

Military construction, Air National Guard

57-3830-0-1-051

Base realignment and closure account

97-0103-0-1-051

Military construction, defense agencies

97-0500-0-1-051

Family Housing, Defense agencies

97-0706-0-1-051

North Atlantic Treaty Organization infrastructure

97-0804-0-1-051

Family housing, Homeowners assistance fund, Defense1 N

97-4090-0-3-051

Veterans\’, Housing and Urban Development, and Independent Agencies

Federal Emergency Management Agency, S&E (Defense-related activities)

58-0100-0-1-054

Emergency management planning and assistance (defense-related)

58-0101-0-1-054

Selective Service System, S&E

90-0400-0-1-054

APPROPRIATED INTERNATIONAL DISCRETIONARY ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1991

COMMERCIAL, JUSTICE, STATE

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, S&E

15-0100-0-1-153

Payment of Vietnam and U.S.S. Pueblo prisoner of war claims

15-0104-0-1-153

Department of State, Administration of Foreign Affairs, S&E

19-0113-0-1-153

Soviet-East European research and training

19-0118-0-1-153

Administration of Foreign Affairs, Protection of foreign missions and officials

19-0520-0-1-153

Emergencies in the diplomatic and consular service

19-0522-0-1-153

Payment to the American Institute in Taiwan

19-0523-0-1-153

Office of the Inspector General

19-0529-0-1-153

Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad

19-0535-0-1-153

Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad (special foreign currency)

19-0538-0-1-153

Representation Allowances

19-0545-0-1-153

International Organizations and Conferences, contributions for international peacekeeping activities

19-1124-0-1-153

International conferences and contingencies

19-1125-0-1-153

Contributions to international organizations

19-1126-0-1-153

U.S. bilateral science and technology agreements

19-1151-0-1-153

International Trade Commission, S&E

34-0100-0-1-153

Commission on the Ukraine Famine, S&E

48-0050-0-1-153

Commission for the Study of Intl. Migration and Coop., S&E

48-1400-0-1-153

Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, activities

94-0100-0-1-153

Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, S&E

95-3700-0-1-153

Department of State, Payment to the Asia Foundation

19-0525-0-1-154

United States Information Agency, S&E

67-0201-0-1-154

East West Center

67-0202-0-1-154

Radio construction

67-0204-0-1-154

Radio broadcasting to Cuba

67-0208-0-1-154

Educational and cultural exchange programs

67-0209-0-1-154

National Endowment for Democracy

67-0210-0-1-154

Office of the Inspector General

67-0300-0-1-154

Board for International Broadcasting, Grants and expenses

95-1145-0-1-154

Israel relay station

95-1146-0-1-154

Japan-United States Friendship Commission trust fund

95-8025-0-1-154

Foreign Operations

Department of State, U.S. emergency refugee and migration assistance

11-0040-0-1-151

Multilateral assistance, Contribution to the Inter-American Dvlt. Bank

11-0072-0-1-151

Contribution to the International Development Association

11-0073-0-1-151

Contribution to the Asian Development Bank

11-0076-0-1-151

Contribution to the Intl. Bank for Reconstruction

11-0077-0-1-151

Contribution to the International Finance Corporation

11-0078-0-1-151

Contribution to the African Development Fund

11-0079-0-1-151

Contribution to the African Development Bank

11-0082-0-1-151

Peace Corps

11-0100-0-1-151

African Development Foundation

11-0700-0-1-151

Agency for Intl. Development, Operating expenses

11-1000-0-1-151

Trade and Development Program

11-1001-0-1-151

Multilateral assistance, Int. organizations and programs

11-1005-0-1-151

AID, operating expenses

11-1007-0-1-151

Sahel development program

11-1012-0-1-151

American schools and hospitals abroad

11-1013-0-1-151

Sub-Saharan Africa development assistance

11-1014-0-1-151

Functional development assistance program

11-1021-0-1-151

Department of State, International narcotics control

11-1022-0-1-151

AID, International disaster assistance

11-1035-0-1-151

Special assistance initiatives

11-1042-0-1-151

Inter-American Foundation

11-4031-0-3-151

Department of State, migration and refugee assistance

19-1143-0-1-151

Overseas Private Investment Corporation

71-4030-0-3-151

AID, Private sector revolving fund

72-4341-0-3-151

International security assistance, peacekeeping operations

11-1032-0-1-152

Economic support fund

11-1037-0-1-152

Special assistance for Central America, reconciliation assistance

11-1038-0-1-152

International Security Assistance, Military assistance

11-1080-0-1-152

International military education and training

11-1081-0-1-152

Foreign military financing

11-1082-0-1-152

Department of State, FMS interest buydown

11-8882-0-1-152

Anti-terrorism assistance

19-0114-0-1-152

Intl. Monetary Programs, Contribution to enhanced structural adjustments facility

11-0005-0-1-155

Military sales programs, special defense acquisition fund

11-4116-0-3-155

Export-Import Bank of the United States

83-4027-0-3-155

labor, hhs

United States Institute of Peace, operating expenses

95-1300-0-1-153

agriculture rural development and related agencies

Foreign assistance programs, Expenses, Public Law 480

12-2274-0-1-151

APPROPRIATED DOMESTIC DISCRETIONARY ACCOUNTS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1991

COMMERCE, JUSTICE, STATE

Department of State, International Commissions, S&E, IBWC

19-1069-0-1-301

Construction, IBWC

19-1078-0-1-301

American section, international commissions

19-1082-0-1-301

Conservation and land management, Intl. fisheries commissions

19-1087-0-1-302

Marine Mammal Commission, S&E

95-2200-0-1-302

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, operations, research and facilities

13-1450-0-1-306

Aviation weather services program

13-8105-0-7-306

NOAA, Damage assessment and restoration revolving fund1 N

Commission on Agricultural Workers, S&E

48-0057-0-1-352

Department of Commerce, General Administration, S&E

13-0120-0-1-376

Minority Business Development Agency

13-0201-0-1-376

Export Administration, Operations and administration

13-0300-0-1-376

Bureau of the Census, S&E

13-0401-0-1-376

Periodic censuses and programs

13-0450-0-1-376

National Institute of Standards and Technology, scientific and technical research

13-0500-0-1-376

National Telecommunications and Information Administration, S&E

13-0550-0-1-376

United States Travel and Tourism Administration, S&E

13-0700-0-1-376

Patent and Trademark Office, S&E

13-1006-0-1-376

Technology Administration, S&E

13-1100-0-1-376

International Trade Administration, operations and administration

13-1250-0-1-376

Economic and Statistical Analysis, S&E

13-1500-0-1-376

NIST, working capital fund

13-4650-0-4-376

NOAA, Fishing vessel and gear damage compensation fund

13-5119-0-2-376

Fishermen’s contingency fund

13-5120-0-2-376

Foreign fishing observer fund

13-5122-0-2-376

Fisheries promotional fund

13-5124-0-2-376

Promote and develop fishery products and research pertaining2 N

13-5139-0-2-376

Economic Development Administration, miscellaneous appropriations

13-9911-0-1-376

Department of State, fishermen’s protective fund

19-5116-0-2-376

Federal Communications Commission, S&E

27-0100-0-1-376

Federal Trade Commission, S&E

29-0100-0-1-376

Securities and Exchange Commission, S&E

50-0100-0-1-376

Small Business Administration, S&E

73-0100-0-1-376

Office of the Inspector General

73-0200-0-1-376

Pollution control equipment contract guarantee revolving fund

73-4147-0-3-376

Business loan and investment fund

73-4154-0-3-376

Surety bond guarantees revolving fund

73-4156-0-3-376

Christopher Columbus Quincentennary Jubilee Commission, S&E

76-0800-0-1-376

Competitiveness Policy Council

95-3750-0-1-376

Advisory Commission on Conferences in Ocean Shipping, S&E

48-2500-0-1-403

Federal Maritime Commission, S&E

65-0100-0-1-403

Maritime Administration, Ship construction

69-1708-0-1-403

Operating Differential subsidies

69-1709-0-1-403

Operations and Training

69-1750-0-1-403

War risk insurance revolving fund

69-4302-0-3-403

Vessel operations revolving fund

69-4303-0-3-403

Economic Development Administration, Grants and loans administration

13-0125-0-1-452

Office of the Inspector General

13-0126-0-1-452

Economic Development assistance programs

13-2050-0-1-452

Regional development programs

13-2100-0-1-452

NOAA, coastal energy impact fund

13-4315-0-3-452

Economic development revolving fund

13-4406-0-3-452

Miscellaneous appropriations (area and regional dvlt.)

13-9911-0-1-452

Small Business Administration, disaster relief and insurance, disaster loan fund

73-4153-0-3-453

Department of Commerce, NTIA, Public telecommunications facilities, planning and construction

13-0551-0-1-503

Department of Health and Human Services, vaccine improvement program trust fund

20-8175-0-7-551

Department of Justice, federal law enforcement activities, General Admin., S&E

15-0129-0-1-751

Department of Justice, working capital fund

15-4526-0-4-751

Federal Bureau of Investigation, S&E

15-0200-0-1-751

Interagency law enforcement, Organized crime drug enforcement

15-0323-0-1-751

General Administration, Office of the Inspector General

15-0328-0-1-751

Emergency Drug funding

15-0331-0-1-751

United States Parole Commission, S&E

15-1061-0-1-751

Drug Enforcement Administration, S&E

15-1100-0-1-751

Immigration and Naturalization Service, S&E

15-1217-0-1-751

Immigration Emergency Fund

15-1218-0-1-751

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, S&E

45-0100-0-1-751

Commission on Civil Rights, S&E

95-1900-0-1-751

Supreme Court of the United States, S&E3

10-0100-0-1-751

Care of the building and the grounds

10-0400-0-1-752

United States Court of International Trade, S&E3

10-0400-0-1-752

United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, S&E3

10-0510-0-1-752

Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial serivces, S&E23 N

Defender services

10-0923-0-1-752

Fees of jurors and commissioners

10-0925-0-1-752

Administrative Office of the United States Courts, S&E

10-0927-0-1-752

Federal judicial center, S&E

10-0928-0-1-752

Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial services, court security

10-0930-0-1-752

Furniture and furnishings

10-0932-0-1-752

United States Sentencing Commission S&E

10-0938-0-1-752

Department of Justice, General Legal Activities, S&E

15-0128-0-1-752

Antitrust division, S&E

15-0319-0-1-752

United States Attorneys, S&E

15-0322-0-1-752

United States Marshals Servive, S&E

15-0324-0-1-752

Community Relations Service, S&E

15-0500-0-1-752

Support of United States prisoners

15-1020-0-1-752

Assets forfeiture fund2

15-5042-0-2-752

United States trustees system fund

15-5073-0-2-752

Payment to the Legal Services Corporation

20-0501-0-1-752

State Justice Institute, S&E

48-0052-0-1-752

Federal Prison System, buildings and facilities

15-1003-0-1-753

Salaries and Expenses

15-1060-0-1-753

Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated2

15-4500-0-4-753

Office of Justice Programs, Justice Assistance

15-0401-0-1-754

National Institute of Corrections

15-1004-0-1-754

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, S&E

09-0110-0-1-801

Dwight David Eisenhower Centennial Commission, expenses

76-1700-0-1-801

Office of the United States Trade Representative, S&E

11-0400-0-1-802

The Judiciary, Bicentennial activities

10-0933-0-1-808

Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, S&E

76-0054-0-1-808

Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission, S&E

76-0600-0-1-808

Department of Justice, Working Capital Fund

15-4526-0-4-751

defense

Mildred and Claude Pepper Foundation

97-0826-0-1-552

District of Columbia

Federal payment to the District of Columbia

20-1700-0-1-806

energy and water

Department of Energy, General science and research activities

89-0222-0-1-251

Office of the Nuclear Waste Negotiator, S&E

48-0070-0-1-271

Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board, S&E

48-0500-0-1-271

Geothermal resources development fund

89-0206-0-1-271

Energy supply, R&D activities

89-0224-0-1-271

Uranium supply and enrichment activities

89-0226-0-1-271

Environmental restoration and waste management

89-0237-0-1-271

Southeastern Power Administration, Operation and Maintenance

89-0302-0-1-271

Southwestern Power Administration, Operation and Maintenance

89-0303-0-1-271

Operation and Maintenance, Alaska Power Administration

89-0304-0-1-271

Isotope production and distribution fund

89-4180-0-3-271

Colorado river basins power marketing fund, Western Area P.A.

89-4452-0-1-271

Construction, rehabilitation, operation and maintenance, Western Area P.A.

89-5068-0-2-271

Nuclear waste disposal fund

89-5227-0-2-271

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, S&E

31-0200-0-1-276

Office of the Inspector General

31-0300-0-1-276

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

89-0212-0-1-276

Departmental Administration

89-0228-0-1-276

Office of the Inspector General

89-0236-0-1-276

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Loan Program

14-0667-0-1-301

Construction program

14-0684-0-1-301

Working capital fund

14-4524-0-4-301

Emergency fund

14-5043-0-2-301

General investigations

14-5060-0-2-301

Operation and Maintenance

14-5064-0-2-301

General administrative expenses

14-5065-0-2-301

Colorado River dam fund, Boulder Canyon project2

14-5056-0-2-301

Corps of Engineers, Inland waterways trust fund

20-8861-0-7-301

Delaware River Basin Commission, S&E

46-0100-0-1-301

Contribution to Delaware River Basin Commission

46-0102-0-1-301

Susquehanna River Basin Commission, S&E

46-0500-0-1-301

Contribution to Susquehanna River Basin Commission

46-0501-0-1-301

Flood control, Mississippi River and tributaries

96-3112-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, General investigations

96-3121-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, Construction, general

96-3122-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, Water resources, operation and maintenance, general

96-3123-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, General expenses

96-3124-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, Flood control and coastal emergencies

96-3125-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, Regulatory Program

96-3126-0-1-301

Corps of Engineers, Revolving fund

96-4902-0-4-301

Harbor maintenance trust fund

96-8863-0-7-301

Corps of Engineers, operation and maintenance, general

96-3123-0-1-303

Contribution to Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin

46-0446-0-1-304

Appalachian Regional Commission, development programs

46-0200-0-1-452

Tennessee Valley Authority fund (area and regional development)

64-4110-0-3-452

Environmental restoration and waste management

89-0237-0-1-271

Interior

Department of the Treasury, Financial Management Service, Energy security reserve

20-0112-0-1-271

Biomass energy development

20-0114-0-1-271

Department of Energy, fossil energy research and development

89-0213-0-1-271

Naval petroleum and oil shale reserves

89-0219-0-1-271

Clean coal technology

89-0235-0-1-271

Alternative Fuels Production

89-5180-0-2-271

Energy conservation

89-0215-0-1-272

Emergency energy preparedness, strategic petroleum reserve

89-0218-0-1-274

SPR petroleum

89-0233-0-1-274

Emergency preparedness

89-0234-0-1-274

Energy information, policy, and regulation, Energy Information Administration

89-0216-0-1-276

Economic regulation

89-0217-0-1-276

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Construction

12-1103-0-1-302

Forest research

12-1104-0-1-302

State and Private Forestry

12-1105-0-1-302

National forest system

12-1106-0-1-302

Firefighting

12-1111-0-1-302

Range betterment fund

12-5207-0-2-302

Acquisition of lands for national forests, special acts

12-5208-0-5-302

Acquisition of lands to complete land exchanges

12-5216-0-2-302

Resource management-timber receipts

12-5220-0-1-302

Gifts, donations and bequests for forest and rangeland research

12-8034-0-7-302

Bureau of Land Management, Management of lands and resources

14-1109-0-1-302

Construction and access

14-1110-0-1-302

Oregon and California grant lands

14-1116-0-1-302

Firefighting

14-1119-0-1-302

Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, regulation and technology

14-1801-0-1-302

Minerals management service, leasing and royalty management

14-1917-0-1-302

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Operation of Indian programs (cons. & land management)

14-2100-0-1-302

Bureau of Land Management, Working capital fund

14-4525-0-0-302

OSMRE, Abandoned mine reclamation fund

14-5015-0-2-302

BLM, Service charges, deposits, and forfeitures

14-5017-0-2-302

Land acquisition

14-5033-0-2-302

Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, land acquisition

12-5004-0-2-303

Urban Park and Recreation Fund

14-1031-0-1-303

Department of the Interior, Operation of the national park system

14-1036-0-1-303

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

14-1038-0-1-303

Construction

14-1039-0-1-303

National recreation and preservation

14-1042-0-1-303

Illinois and Michigan canal national heritage-corridor Commission

14-1043-0-1-303

United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Resource management

14-1611-0-1-303

Construction

14-1612-0-1-303

Rewards and Operations

14-1692-0-1-303

Land acquisition

14-5020-0-2-303

National Park Service, Land acquisition\2\

14-5035-0-2-303

Historic preservation fund

14-5140-0-2-303

North American Wetlands Conservation Fund\2\

14-5241-0-2-303

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, S&E

95-2300-0-1-303

Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, S&E

14-0102-0-1-306

Construction Management

14-0103-0-1-306

Office of Inspector General

14-0104-0-1-306

Office of the Solicitor

14-0107-0-1-306

Oil spill emergency fund

14-0119-0-1-306

Geological survey, Surveys, investigations and research\2\

14-0804-0-1-306

Bureau of Mines, mines and minerals

14-0959-0-1-306

Soledad Canyon demonstration project\1\

National Park Service, ground transportation, Construction (trust fund)

14-8215-0-7-401

Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation, S&E

42-0100-0-1-451

Public development

42-0102-0-1-451

Land acquisition and development fund

42-4084-0-3-451

National Capital Planning Commission, S&E

92-2500-0-1-451

Commission of Fine Arts, S&E

95-2600-0-1-451

Bureau of Indian Affairs, Operation of Indian programs (Area and regional dvlt.)

14-2100-0-1-452

Construction

14-2301-0-1-452

Miscellaneous payments to Indians

14-2303-0-1-452

Payment to the Navajo Rehabilitation Trust Fund

14-2368-0-1-452

Revolving fund for loans

14-4409-0-3-452

Indian loan guaranty and insurance fund

14-4410-0-3-452

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Operation of Indian programs (elementary, secondary, and vocational education)

14-2100-0-1-501

Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Indian Education

91-0101-0-1-501

Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture, S&E

95-2900-0-1-502

Smithsonian Institution, S&E

33-0100-0-1-503

Museum programs and related research (special foreign)

33-0102-0-1-503

Construction and improvements, National Zoological Park

33-0129-0-1-503

Repair and restoration of buildings

33-0132-0-1-503

Construction

33-0133-0-1-503

National Gallery of Art, S&E

33-0200-0-1-503

Repair, restoration, and renovation of buildings

33-0201-0-1-503

Woodrow Wilson International Center, S&E

33-0400-0-1-503

Payment to the endowment challenge fund

33-0401-0-1-503

National Endowment for the Arts, grants and administration

59-0100-0-1-503

National Endowment for the Humanities, grants and administration

59-0200-0-1-503

Institute of Museum Services, grants and administration

59-0300-0-1-503

Commission of Fine Arts, National capital arts and cultural affairs

95-2602-0-1-503

Department of HHS, Indian Health Service, Tribal health admin.\2\

75-0390-0-1-551

Indian health facilities

75-0391-0-1-551

Federal Indian Health Administration

75-0392-0-1-551

Department of the Interior, National Indian Gaming Commission

14-0118-0-1-806

BLM, Payments in lieu of taxes

14-1114-0-1-806

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National wildlife refuge fund2

14-5091-0-2-806

Territorial and Intl. Affairs, Admin. of territories3

14-0412-0-1-808

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

14-0414-0-1-808

Compact of free association23

14-0415-0-1-808

Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation, S&E

48-1100-0-1-808

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission, S&E

76-0700-0-1-808

United States Holocaust Memorial Council

95-3300-0-1-808

Labor, HHS

Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Impact aid

91-0102-0-1-501

Chicago litigation settlement

91-0220-0-1-501

Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Education of the handicapped

91-0300-0-1-501

Office of Vocational and Adult Education2

91-0400-0-1-501

OSERS, Payments to institutions for the handicapped (elementary, secondary, & voc.)

91-0600-0-1-501

OESE, Compensatory education for the disadvantaged

91-0900-0-1-501

School improvement program

91-1000-0-1-501

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority languages Affairs, Bilingual and immigrant education

91-1300-0-1-501

National Commission on Migrant Education, S&E

95-0600-0-1-501

Higher Education, Natl. Commission on Responsibilities for Financing Post Sec.

48-0400-0-1-502

Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Educ., Student Financial Assistance

91-0200-0-1-502

Higher education

91-0201-0-1-502

College housing and academic facilities loans3

91-0242-0-1-502

OSERS, Payments to institutions for the handicapped (Higher education)

91-0601-0-1-502

Payments to institutions for the handicapped (Higher education)

91-0602-0-1-502

Office of Postsecondary Education, Howard University

91-0603-0-1-502

Corporation for Public Broadcasting fund

20-0151-0-1-503

Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Libraries

91-0104-0-1-503

Departmental Management, Program admin. (Research and general education aids)

91-0800-0-1-503

Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Research, Statistics, and Improvement of practice

91-1100-0-1-503

Natl. Commission on Libraries and Information Science, S&E

95-2700-0-1-503

White House conference on library and information services

95-2701-0-1-503

Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, program admin.

16-0172-0-1-504

Training and employment services

16-0174-0-1-504

Community service employment for older Americans

16-0175-0-1-504

Worker Readjustment

16-0176-0-1-504

State unemployment insurance and employment service operations

16-0179-0-1-504

Unemployment Trust fund (Training and employment)\1\

20-8042-0-7-504

Department of Health and Human Services, Family Support Admin., Work Incentives

75-1505-0-1-504

Department of Labor, Labor-Management Services, S&E

16-0104-0-1-505

Employment Standards Administration, S&E

16-0105-0-1-505

Departmental Management, Office of the Inspector General

16-0106-0-1-505

Special foreign currency program

16-0151-0-1-505

Salaries and Expenses

16-0165-0-1-505

Bureau of Labor Statistics, S&E

16-0200-0-1-505

National Labor Relations Board, S&E

63-0100-0-1-505

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, S&E

93-0100-0-1-505

National Mediation board, S&E

95-2400-0-1-505

ACTION, Operating expenses

44-0103-0-1-506

Department of HHS, Family Support Admin., Grants to states for special services

75-1504-0-1-506

Human development services

75-1636-0-1-506

National Council on Disability, S&E

95-3500-0-1-506

Department of HHS, Health resources and services (health care services)

75-0350-0-1-551

Health Care Financing Administration, program management (Health care services)

75-0511-0-1-551

Centers for Disease Control, Disease control, research and training (Health care services)

75-0943-0-1-551

Assistant Secretary for Health, Public Health service management (Health care services)

75-1101-0-1-551

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, Federal subsidy for Saint Elizabeths Hospital

75-1300-0-1-551

Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health (Health care services)

75-1361-0-1-551

HCFA, Program management (Health research)

75-0511-0-1-552

National Institutes of Health, Natl. Library of Medicine (Health research)

75-0807-0-1-552

John E. Fogarty International Center

75-0819-0-1-552

Buildings and Facilities

75-0838-0-1-552

National Institute on Aging (Health research)

75-0843-0-1-552

Natl. Institute of Child Health and Human Development

75-0844-0-1-552

Office of the Director (Health Research)

75-0846-0-1-552

Research resources (Health research)

75-0848-0-1-552

National Cancer Institute (Health research)

75-0849-0-1-552

National Institute of General Medical Science (Health Research)

75-0851-0-1-552

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Health research)

75-0862-0-1-552

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (Health research)

75-0872-0-1-552

National Institute of Dental Research (Health research)

75-0873-0-1-552

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease

75-0884-0-1-552

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (Health Research)

75-0885-0-1-552

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (Health Research)

75-0886-0-1-552

National Eye Institute (Health research)

75-0887-0-1-552

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin

75-0888-0-1-552

National Center for Nursing Research (Health Research)

75-0889-0-1-552

National Institute on Deafness and other Communicative Disorders

75-0890-0-1-552

National center for human genome research (Health research)

75-0891-0-1-552

Centers for Disease Control, Disease control, research, and training (Health Research)

75-0943-0-1-552

Assistant Secretary for Health, Public health management (Health Research)

75-1101-0-1-552

Scientific activities overseas (special foreign currency program)

75-1102-0-1-552

Medical treatment effectiveness

75-1105-0-1-552

ADAMHA, alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health (Health research)

75-1361-0-1-552

Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Health Care Policy and Research

75-1700-0-1-552

Health resources and services (Education and training of health workers)

75-0350-0-1-553

National Library of Medicine (Education and training of health workers)

75-0807-0-1-553

National Institute on Aging (Educ. and training of health care workers)

75-0843-0-1-553

National Institute of Child Health & Human Dvlt. (Educ. and training of health workers)

75-0844-0-1-553

Office of the Director (Education and training of health care workers)

75-0846-0-1-553

Research resources (Education and training of health care workers)

75-0848-0-1-553

National Cancer Institute (Education and training of health care workers)

75-0849-0-1-553

National Institute of General Medical Sciences (Educ., etc.)

75-0851-0-1-553

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Educ., etc.)

75-0862-0-1-553

National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (Educ., etc.)

75-0872-0-1-553

National Institute of Dental Research (Educ., etc.)

75-0873-0-1-553

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease (Educ., etc.)

75-0884-0-1-553

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (Educ., etc.)

75-0885-0-1-553

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (Educ., etc.)

75-0886-0-1-553

National Eye Institute (Educ., etc.)

75-0887-0-1-553

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin

75-0888-0-1-553

National Center for Nursing Research (Educ., etc.)

75-0889-0-1-553

National Institute on Deafness and other Communicative Disorders

75-0890-0-1-553

National center for human genome research (Educ., etc.)

75-0891-0-1-553

ADAMHA, alcohol, drug abuse and mental health (Educ., etc.)

75-1361-0-1-553

Health Resources and Services Administratio, nurse training fund

75-4306-0-3-553

Health education loans

75-4307-0-3-553

Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, S&E

16-0400-0-1-554

Mine Safety and Health Administration, S&E

16-1200-0-1-554

Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, S&E

95-2100-0-1-554

Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission, S&E

95-2800-0-1-554

Medicare, HCFA, Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund2

20-8004-0-7-571

Medicare, HCFA, Federal hospital insurance trust fund2

20-8005-0-7-571

Department of Labor, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation fund2

16-4204-0-3-601

Employment Standards Adm, Special workers\’ compensation expenses2

16-9971-0-7-601

Railroad Retirement Board, Federal windfall subsidy2

60-0111-0-1-601

Railroad social security equivalent benefit account2

60-8010-0-7-601

Rail Industry Pension Fund2

60-8011-0-7-601

Supplemental Annuity Pension Fund2

60-8012-0-7-601

Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, unemployment trust fund (unemployment compensation)2

20-8042-0-7-603

Department of HHS, Office of the Secretary, General Departmental Management

75-0120-0-1-609

Policy research

75-0122-0-1-609

Office of the Inspector General

75-0128-0-1-609

Social Security Administration, Supplemental security income program3

75-0406-0-1-609

Family Support Administration, Program administration

75-1500-0-1-609

Low income home energy assistance

75-1502-0-1-609

Refugee and entrant assistance

75-1503-0-1-609

Dept. of HHS, Social Security, Federal old-age and survivors insurance thust fund2

20-8006-0-7-651

Dept. of HHS, security, Federal disability insurance trust fund2

20-8007-0-7-651

Department of Defense, Soldiers\’ and Airmen’s Home, Operation and maintenance

84-8931-0-7-705

Capital outlays

84-8932-0-7-705

Department of HHS, Office of the Secretary, Office for Civil Rights

75-0135-0-1-751

Department of Education, Departmental Management, Office for Civil Rights

91-0700-0-1-751

Office of the Inspector General

91-1400-0-1-751

Legislative Branch, National Commission on Children

09-1050-0-1-801

United States Bipartisan Commission on Comprehensive Health

09-1100-0-1-801

National commission on acquired immune deficiency syndrome

09-1300-0-1-801

National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality

48-1500-0-1-808

Legislative branch

Library of Congress, Copyright Office, S&E

03-0102-0-1-376

Copyright Royalty Tribunal: S&E

09-0310-0-1-376

Botanic Garen, S&E

09-0200-0-1-801

Library of Congress, S&E

03-0101-0-1-503

Books for the blind and physically handicapped, S&E

03-0141-0-1-503

Furniture and furnishings

03-0146-0-1-503

Senate: Mileage of the Vice President and Senators

00-0101-0-1-801

Expense allowances of the Vice President, President Pro Tempore

00-0107-0-1-801

Representation Allowances for the Majority and Minority Leaders

00-0108-0-1-801

Salaries, officers and employees

00-0110-0-1-801

Miscellaneous items

00-0123-0-1-801

Secretary of the Senate

00-0126-0-1-801

Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate

00-0127-0-1-801

Inquiries and investigations

00-0128-0-1-801

Expenses of U.S. Senate Caucus on Intl. Narcotics Control

00-0129-0-1-801

Senators’ official personnel and office expense account

00-0130-0-1-801

Stationery (revolving fund)

00-0140-0-1-801

Joint Item: Capitol Guide Service

00-0170-0-1-801

Senate: Office of Senate Legal Counsel

00-0171-0-1-801

Expense allowances of the Secretary of the Senate

00-0172-0-1-801

Joint Item: Joint Committee on Printing

00-0180-0-1-801

Joint Economic Committee

00-0181-0-1-801

Senate: Senate Policy Committees

00-0182-0-1-801

Office of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate

00-0185-0-1-801

Joint Item: Special Services office

00-0190-0-1-801

House of Representatives: Mileage of Members

00-0208-0-1-801

Salaries and expenses

00-0400-0-1-801

Joint Item: Office of the Attending Physician

00-0425-0-1-801

Joint Committee on Taxation

00-0460-0-1-801

Salaries, Capitol Police

00-0474-0-1-801

General expenses, Capitol Police

00-0476-0-1-801

Statements of appropriations

00-0499-0-1-801

Official mail costs

00-0825-0-1-801

Architect of the Capitol, S&E

01-0100-0-1-801

Alterations and improvements, buildings and grounds

01-0106-0-1-801

West central front of the Capitol

01-0109-0-1-801

Congressional cemetary

01-0110-0-1-801

Construction of an extension to the New Senate Office Building

01-0122-0-1-801

Modifications and enlargement, Capitol Power Plant

01-0136-0-1-801

Structural and mechanical care, Library of Congress

01-0155-0-1-801

Capitol complex security enhancements

01-0160-0-1-801

Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, S&E

03-0127-0-1-801

Government Printing Office, Congressional printing and binding

04-0203-0-1-801

General Accounting Office, S&E

05-0107-0-1-801

Congressional Budget Office, S&E

08-0100-0-1-801

Legislative Branch Boards and Commissions: Biomedical ethics, S&E

09-0400-0-1-801

Office of Technology Assessment, S&E

09-0700-0-1-801

Commission on Railroad Retirement Reform

48-0850-0-1-801

GPO, Office of Superintendent of Documents, S&E

04-0201-0-1-808

agriculture, rural development, and related agencies

Department of Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration, S&E

12-3100-0-1-271

Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund2

12-4230-0-3-271

Water resources, Soil Conservation Service, Watershed planning

12-1066-0-1-301

River basin surveys and investigations

12-1069-0-1-301

Watershed and flood prevention operations

12-1072-0-1-301

Conservation and land management, Conservation operations

12-1000-0-1-302

Resource conservation and development

12-1010-0-1-302

Great plains conservation program

12-2268-0-1-302

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Agricultural conservation program

12-3315-0-1-302

Water Bank program

12-3320-0-1-302

Forestry incentives program

12-3336-0-1-302

Pollution control and abatement, Departmental Admin., Hazardous waste management

12-0500-0-1-304

ASCS, Colorado river basin salinity control program

12-3318-0-1-304

Rural clean water program

12-3337-0-1-304

Farm income stabilization, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, Administrative and operating expenses

12-2707-0-1-351

ASCS, S&E

12-3300-0-1-351

Food and Nutrition Service, Temporary emergency food assistance program3

12-3635-0-1-351

Farmers Home Administration, Agricultural credit insurance fund23

12-4140-0-3-351

Farm Credit Administration, Revolving fund for administrative expenses2

78-4131-0-3-351

Department of Agriculture, Office of the Secretary

12-0115-0-1-352

Departmental Administration, Rental payments and building operations and maintenance

12-0117-0-1-352

Advisory committees

12-0118-0-1-352

Departmental Administration

12-0120-0-1-352

Office of public affairs

12-0130-0-1-352

National Agricultural Library

12-0300-0-1-352

Extension Service

12-0502-0-1-352

Departmental Administration, Office of budget and program analysis

12-0503-0-1-352

Office of the Inspector General

12-0900-0-1-352

Agricultural Research Service

12-1400-0-1-352

Buildings and facilities

12-1401-0-1-352

Office on International Cooperation and Development, Scientific activities overseas (foreign currency program)

12-1404-0-1-352

Cooperative State Research Service\2\

12-1500-0-1-352

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, S&E

12-1600-0-1-352

Buildings and facilities

12-1601-0-1-352

Economic Research Service

12-1701-0-1-352

National Agricultural Statistics Service

12-1801-0-1-352

World Agricultural Outlook Board

12-2100-0-1-352

Office of the General Counsel

12-2300-0-1-352

Federal Grain Inspection Service, S&E

12-2400-0-1-352

Agricultural Marketing Services

12-2500-0-1-352

Payments to states and possessions

12-2501-0-1-352

Packers and Stockyards Administration

12-2600-0-1-352

Office ot Transportation

12-2800-0-1-352

Foreign Agricultural Service

12-2900-0-1-352

Agricultural Cooperative Service

12-3000-0-1-352

Office of International Coopertion and Development

12-3200-0-1-352

Human Nutrition Information Service

12-3501-0-1-352

Departmental Administration, working capital fund

12-4609-0-4-352

Ameriflora Conference\1\

12-8880-0-1-352

Farmers Home Administration, Compensation for construction defects

12-2071-0-1-371

Rural housing insurance fund\3\2

12-4141-0-3-371

Guaranteed Loans

Commodity Futures Trading Commission

95-1400-0-1-376

Department of Agricutlure, FHA, S&E

12-2001-0-1-452

Rural development grants

12-2065-0-1-452

Rural water and waste disposal grants

12-2066-0-1-452

Rural community fire protection grants

12-2967-0-1-452

REA, Purchase of rural telephone bank capital stock

12-3102-0-1-452

FHA, rural development insurance fund\2\3

12-4155-0-3-452

Guaranteed Loans

REA, rural telephone bank2

12-4231-0-3-452

FHA, rural development loan fund

12-4233-0-3-452

Pollution abatement grant1

Emergency community water assistance\1\

ASCS, Emergency conservation program

12-3316-0-1-4532

Food Safety and Inspection Service, S&E

12-3700-0-1-554

Food and Drug Administration, Program expenses

75-0600-0-1-554

Buildings and Facilities

75-0603-0-1-554

Department of Agriculture, FHA, Rural housing voucher program

12-2002-0-1-604

Rural housing for domestic farm lablr

12-2004-0-1-604

Mutual and self-help housing

12-2006-0-1-604

Very low income housing repair grants

12-2064-0-1-604

Rural housing preservation grants

12-2070-0-1-604

FNS, Food donations programs for selected groups\3\

12-3503-0-1-605554

Food program administration

12-3508-0-1-605

Special supplemental food program for women, infants, and children

12-3510-0-1-605

Commodity supplemental food program

12-3512-0-1-605

transportation subcommittee

Department of Transportation, Coast Guard, Offshore oil pollution compensation fund

69-5167-0-2-304

Environmental compliance and restoration

69-0320-0-1-304

Offshore and pollution compensation fund

69-5167-0-2-304

Deepwater port liability fund

69-5170-0-2-304

Interstate Commerce Commission, S&E

30-0100-0-1-401

Dept. of Transportation Federal Railroad Administration, Northeast corridor improvement program

69-0123-0-1-401

Federal Highway Administration, Motor carrier safety

69-0552-0-1-401

Railroad-highway crossings demonstration projects

69-0557-0-1-401

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Operations and research

69-0650-0-1-401

Miscellaneous safety programs

69-0651-0-1-401

Federal Railroad Administration, Office of the Administrator

69-0700-0-1-401

Railroad safety

69-0702-0-1-401

Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation

69-0704-0-1-401

Amtrak corridor improvement loans

69-0720-0-1-401

Railroad research and development

69-0745-0-1-401

Conrail commuter transition assistance

69-0747-0-1-401

Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Administrative expenses

69-1120-0-1-401

Research, training, and human resources

69-1121-0-1-401

Interstate transfer grants-transit

69-1127-0-1-401

Washington Metro

69-1128-0-1-401

Formula grants

69-1129-0-1-401

Federal Railroad Administration, Regional rail reorganization program

69-4100-0-3-401

Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing funds2

69-4411-0-3-401

Federal Highway Administration, Trust fund share of other highway programs

69-8009-0-7-401

Baltimore-Washington Parkway

69-8014-0-7-401

National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., Operations and research (trust fund share)

69-8016-0-7-401

Federal Highway Administration, Highway safety research and development

69-8017-0-7-401

Highway-related safety grants2

69-8019-0-7-401

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Highway traffic safety grants2

69-8020-0-7-401

Federal Highway Administration, Motor carrier safety grants2

69-8048-0-7-401

University transportation centers

69-8056-0-7-401

Federal-aid highways2

69-8083-0-7-401

Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Discretionary grants2

69-8191-0-7-401

Federal Highway Administration, Right-of-way revolving fund (trust revolving fund)

69-8402-0-8-401

Local rail service assistance1

Miscellaneous appropriations

69-9911-0-1-401

Urban Mass Transportation and Administration, Miscellaneous expired accounts

69-9913-0-1-401

Federal Highway Administration, Miscellaneous highway trust funds

69-9972-0-7-401

Air transportation, Office of the Secretary, Payments to air carriers, DoT

69-0150-0-1-402

Federal Aviation Administration, Operations

69-1301-0-1-402

Aviation insurance revolving fund

69-4120-0-3-402

Trust fund share of FAA operations

69-8104-0-7-402

Grants-in-aid for airports (Airport and airway trust fund)\2\

69-8106-0-7-402

Facilities and equipment (Aiport and airway trust fund)

69-8107-0-7-402

Research, engineering and development (Airport and airway trust fund)

69-8108-0-7-402

Water transportation, Coast Guard, Operating expenses

69-0201-0-1-403

Acquisition, construction, and Improvements

69-0240-0-1-403

Reserve training

69-0242-0-1-403

Research, development, test, and evaluation

69-0243-0-1-403

Alteration of bridges

69-0244-0-1-403

Coast Guard supply fund

69-4535-0-4-403

Coast Guard yard fund

69-4743-0-4-403

Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, Operations and maintenance

69-8003-0-7-403

Coast Guard, Boat Safety

69-8149-0-7-403

Panama Canal Commission, Panama Canal revolving fund

95-4061-0-3-403

Department of Transportation, Office of the Sec., S&E

69-0102-0-1-407

Research and Special Programs Administration, Research and Special programs

69-0104-0-1-407

Office of Commercial Space Transportation, Operations and Research

69-0108-0-1-407

Office of the Inspector General, S&E

69-0130-0-1-407

Office of the Secretary, Transportation, planning, research and development

69-0142-0-1-407

Commission on aviation security and terrorism

69-1850-0-1-407

Working capital fund

69-4520-0-4-407

Research and Special Programs Administration, Pipeline safety

69-5172-0-2-407

National Transportation Safety Board, S&E

95-0310-0-1-407

Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, S&E

95-3200-0-1-751

Financial Management Service, St Lawrence Seaway toll rebate program

20-8865-0-7-808

Treasury-Postal Service

Payments to the Postal Service, Payment to the Postal Service fund

18-1001-0-1-372

Disaster relief and insurance, Funds Appropriated to the President, Unanticipated Needs, natural disasters

11-0033-0-1-453

Committee for Purchase from the Blind and other Severely Handicapped, S&E

95-2000-0-1-505

Health care services, Executive Office of the President, White House Conference for a Drug Free America, S&E

11-0212-0-1-551

Office of Personnel Management, Civil service retirement and disability fund2

24-8135-0-7-602

Department of the Treasury, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, S&E

20-0104-0-1-751

Acquisitions, construction, improvements, and related expense

20-0105-0-1-751

United States Customs Service, S&E2

20-0602-0-1-751

U.S. Customs, Financial crimes enforcement1

Operation and maintenance, air interdiction program

20-0604-0-1-751

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, S&E

20-1000-0-1-751

United States Secret Service, S&E

20-1408-0-1-751

Administrative Conference of the United States, S&E

95-1700-0-1-751

Federal litigative and judicial activities, U.S. Tax Court, S&E

23-0100-0-1-752

Executive direction and management, Funds Appropriated to the President, Unanticipated needs

11-0037-0-1-802

Executive Office of the President, Office of Administration, S&E

11-0038-0-1-802

Funds Appropriated to the President, Investment in Management Improvement

11-0061-0-1-802

Executive Office of the President, The White House Office, S&E

11-0110-0-1-802

National Critical Materials Council, S&E

11-0111-0-1-802

Office of Management and Budget, Office of Federal Procurement Policy, S&E

11-0201-0-1-802

Executive Residence at the White House, Operating expenses

11-0210-0-1-802

Official Residence of the Vice President, Operating expenses

11-0211-0-1-802

OMB, S&E

11-0300-0-1-801

Special Assistance to the President, S&E

11-1454-0-1-802

Office of National Drug Control Policy, S&E

11-1457-0-1-802

Council of Economic Advisers, S&E

11-1900-0-1-802

National Security Council, S&E

11-2000-0-1-802

Office of Policy Development, S&E

11-2200-0-1-802

Office of National Drug Control Policy, Special forfeiture fund

11-5001-0-1-802

General Services Administration, Allowances and office staff for former Presidents

47-0105-0-1-802

Department of the Treasury, Departmental Office, S&E

20-0101-0-1-803

Office of the Inspector General

20-0106-0-1-803

International affairs

20-0171-0-1-803

Bureau of the Public Debt, Administering the public debt

20-0560-0-1-803

Internal Revenue Service, Administration and management

20-0911-0-1-803

Processing tax returns and assistance

20-0912-0-1-803

Tax law enforcement

20-0913-0-1-803

IRS, information system

20-0919-0-1-803

United States Mint, S&E

20-1616-0-1-803

Financial Management Service, S&E

20-1801-0-1-803

Departmental Offices, Working capital fund

20-4501-0-1-803

Bureau of Engraving and Printing Fund

20-4502-0-1-803

United States Customs Service, Customs forfeiture fund

20-5693-0-1-803

United States Mint, Expansion and improvements

20-9911-0-1-803

General Services Administration, General Activities, Office of Inspector General

47-0108-0-1-804

General management and administration, salaries and expenses

47-0110-0-1-804

Personal Property Activities, Federal supply service

47-0116-0-1-804

Operating expenses, federal property resources service

47-0533-0-1-804

Real property relocation

47-0535-0-1-804

Operating expenses, information resources management service

47-0900-0-1-804

Real Property Activities, Federal buildings fund

47-4542-0-1-804

Information Resources Management Service, Information technology fund

47-4548-0-1-804

National Archives and Records Administration, operating expenses

88-0300-0-1-804

Central personnel management, OPM, S&E

24-0100-0-1-805

Office of the Inspector General

24-0400-0-1-805

Revolving fund

24-4571-0-1-805

Merit Systems Protection Board, S&E

41-0100-0-1-805

Federal Labor Relations Authority, S&E

54-0100-0-1-805

Office of Government Ethics, S&E

95-1100-0-1-805

Advisory Committee on Federal Pay, S&E

95-1800-0-1-805

Department of the Treasury, United States Customs Service, customs services at small airports

20-5694-0-2-808

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, S&E

55-0100-0-1-808

Office of Special Counsel, S&E

62-0100-0-1-808

Federal Election Commission, S&E

95-1600-0-1-808

veteran’s, housing and urban development, and independent agencies

National Science Foundation, Research and related activities

49-0100-0-1-251

Scientific activities overseas (special foreign currency program)

49-0102-0-1-251

Science and engineering education activities

49-0106-0-1-251

Academic research facilities

49-0150-0-1-251

U.S. Antarctic program activities

49-0200-01-1-251

U.S. Antarctic logistical support activities

49-0202-0-1-251

Office of the Inspector General

49-0300-0-1-251

Space Flight, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Research and program management (Space Flight)

80-0103-0-1-253

Space flight, control, and data communications (Space Flight)

80-0105-0-1-253

Construction of facilities (Space Flight)

80-0107-0-1-253

Research and development (Space Flight)

90-0108-0-1-253

Space, science, applications, and technology, Research and program management (Space science, applications)

80-0103-0-1-254

Construction of facilities (Space, science, applications)

80-0107-0-1-254

Research and development (Space, science, applications)

80-0108-0-1-254

Supporting space activities, Research and program management (Supporting space activities)

80-0103-0-1-255

Space flight, control, and data communications (Supporting space activities)\2\

80-0105-0-1-255

Construction of facilities (Supporting space activities)

80-0107-0-1-255

Research and development (Supporting space activities)

80-0108-0-1-255

Office of the Inspector General

80-0109-0-1-255

Environmental Protection Agency, Research and development (Energy supply)

68-0107-0-1-271

Pollution control and abatement, Hazardous substance superfund

20-8145-0-7-304

Leaking underground storage tank trust fund

20-8153-0-7-304

Operations, research, and facilities

68-0100-0-1-304

Construction grants

68-0103-0-1-304

Scientific activities overseas (Special foreign currency program)

68-0104-0-1-304

Research and development (Pollution control and abatement)

68-0107-0-1-304

Abatement, control, and compliance

68-0108-0-1-304

Buildings and facilities

68-0110-0-1-304

Office of the Inspector General

68-0112-0-1-304

Salaries and expenses

68-0200-0-1-304

Resolution Trust Corporation, OIG

22-1500-0-1-371

Mortgage credit and deposit insurance, National Credit Union Administration, Central liquidity facility

25-4470-0-3-371

Department of Housing and Urban Development, FHA mutual mortgage and cooperative housing insurance funds23

86-4070-0-3-371

FHA general and special risk insurance funds23

86-4072-0-3-371

Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund

86-4115-0-3-371

GNMA, Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities2

86-4238-0-3-371

General Services Administration, General Activities, Consumer information center fund

47-4549-0-3-376

Payment to the National Institute of Building Sciences

95-3601-0-1-376

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (research and program management-Air transportation

80-0103-0-1-402

Construction of facilities (air transportation)

80-0107-0-1-402

Research and development (air transportation)

80-0108-0-1-402

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Payment to the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation

82-1300-0-1-451

Department of Housing and Urban Development, Policy Development and Research, Research and technology

86-0108-0-1-451

Management and Administration, S&E

86-0143-0-1-451

Community development grants

86-0162-0-1-451

Subsidized Housing programs (community development)

86-0164-0-1-451

Urban Development action grants

86-0170-0-1-451

Urban homesteading

86-0171-0-1-451

Rental rehabilitation grants

86-0182-0-1-451

Rental housing assistance for the homeless

86-0187-0-1-451

Management and Administration, Office of the Inspector General

86-0189-0-1-451

Community Planning and Development, Rehabilitation loan fund

86-4036-0-3-451

Urban Renewal Project Proceeds1

Federal Emergency Management Agency, S&E (disaster relief and insurance)

58-0100-0-1-453

Emergency management planning and assistance

58-0101-0-1-453

Disaster relief

58-0104-0-1-453

Office of the Inspector General

58-0300-0-1-453

Points of Light Foundation

11-0055-0-1-506

National Service Agency1

Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary, Office of Consumer Affairs

75-0137-0-1-506

Department of HUD, Housing counseling assistance

86-0156-0-1-506

Consumer Product Safety Commission, S&E

61-0100-0-1-554

Interagency Council on the Homeless

48-1300-0-1-604

Department of HUD, Management and Administration, S&E

86-0143-0-1-604

Public and Indian Housing Programs, payments for operation of low income housing projects

86-0163-0-1-604

Subsidized housing programs (housing assistance)

86-0164-0-1-604

Congregate services program

86-0178-0-1-604

Community Planning and Development, Emergency shelter grants program

86-0181-0-1-604

Transitional housing program

86-0188-0-1-604

Section 8 moderate rehabilitation, single room occupancy

86-0195-0-1-604

Home ownership and opportunity for people everywhere

86-0196-0-1-604

Drug elimination grants, low income housing

86-0197-0-1-604

Nonprofit sponsor assistance

86-4042-0-3-604

Flexible subsidy fund

86-4044-0-3-604

Nehemiah housing opportunity fund

86-4071-0-1-604

Public Housing Commission

86-7888-0-1-604

Native American Housing Commission

86-7880-0-1-604

FEMA, emergency food and shelter program

58-0103-0-1-605

Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans job training

36-0103-0-1-702

Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund

36-4114-0-3-702

Education loan fund

36-4118-0-3-702

Construction, major projects

36-0110-0-1-703

Construction, minor projects

36-0111-0-1-703

Grants to the Republic of the Philippines

36-0144-0-1-703

Medical administration and miscellaneous operating expenses

36-0152-0-1-703

Medical care

36-0160-0-1-703

Medical and prosthetic research

36-0161-0-1-703

Grants for construction of state extended care facilities

36-0181-0-1-703

Nursing home revolving fund

36-4013-0-3-703

Parking garage revolving fund

36-4538-0-3-703

Veterans housing, direct loan revolving fund

36-4024-0-3-704

Cemeterial expenses, Army, S&E

21-1805-0-1-705

Departmental Administration, General operating expenses

36-0151-0-1-705

Office of the Inspector General

36-0170-0-1-705

Grants for the construction of State veterans cemeteries

36-0183-0-1-705

American Battle Monuments Commission, S&E

74-0100-0-1-705

Court of Veterans Appeals, S&E

95-0300-0-1-705

Department of HUD, Management and Administration, S&E

86-0143-0-1-751

Fair Housing activities

86-0144-0-1-751

Executive Office of the President, National Space Council, S&E

11-0020-0-1-802

Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental

11-1453-0-1-802

Office of Science and Space Technology Policy, S&E

11-2600-0-1-802

Department of the Treasury, Office of Revenue Sharing, S&E

20-0107-0-1-806

COUNSEL NOTES

[1] As part of the Bipartisan Budget Agreement of 1997, this was amended to read: “This part provides for budget enforcement as called for in House Concurrent Resolution 84 (105th Congress, 1st session),” enacted by the Budget Enforcement Act of 1997 (Pub. L. 105-33).

[2] United States Code Congressional and Administrative News.

[3] This contrasts with the “current year” in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, since it precedes the “budget year”, which only begins when a concurrent resolution on the budget is adopted for a particular fiscal year.

[4] In amending section 401, the Budget Enforcement Act of 1997 (Pub. L. 105-33) deleted the term “spending authority” used for “entitlement authority.” The definition for entitlement authority now is only found in section 3(9) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974.

[5] United States Congressional Code and Administrative News.

[6] Section 10116 of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1997 deleted the definition of to spending authority and its definition in section 401(c)(2).

[7] See the text included in the BPLA from the Joint Explanatory Statement of Managers on the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 (H. Rept. 101-964) (pp. 1172-1218). 

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