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Appendix B
BUDGET TABLES

BUDGET TABLES

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE - BUDGET AUTHORITY BY
APPROPRIATIONa,b,c (DOLLARS IN MILLIONS)


Table B–1

 

FY 1985

FY 1990

FY 1996

FY 1997

FY 1998

FY 1999

FY 2000

FY 2001

Current Dollars

Military Personnel

67,773

78,876

69,775

70,338

69,821

70,650

73,690

75,802

O&M

77,803

88,309

93,658

92,353

97,215

104,992

104,856

109,286

Procurement

96,842

81,376

42,420

42,932

44,772

50,920

54,208

60,270

RDT&E

31,327

36,459

34,972

36,404

37,089

38,290

38,356

37,862

Military Construction

5,517

5,130

6,893

5,718

5,466

5,405

4,793

4,549

Family Housing

2,890

3,143

4,260

4,131

3,828

3,592

3,597

3,485

Defense–wide Contingency

9

             

Revolving & Management Funds

5,088

566

3,061

7,534

2,591

5,381

1,650

1,154

Trust & Receipts

–426

–832

–331

–1,250

–2,115

–694

–1,119

–1,266

Deduct, Intragovernment Receipt

–21

–27

–291

–186

–130

–133

–118

–55

Total, Current $

286,802

292,999

254,417

257,974

258,537

278,402

279,913

291,087

Constant FY 2001 Dollars

Military Personnel

111,509

111,882

81,932

80,254

77,215

75,848

76,068

75,802

O&M

121,820

118,318

105,286

101,677

104,369

110,715

108,716

109,286

Procurement

138,146

97,729

45,176

45,203

46,707

52,470

55,074

60,270

RDT&Ed

45,904

44,867

37,464

38,428

38,733

39,563

39,024

37,862

Military Construction

8,068

6,238

7,387

6,063

5,737

5,596

4,879

4,549

Family Housing

4,166

3,861

4.534

4,339

3,983

3,699

3,662

3,485

Defense–wide Contingency

13

             

Revolving & Management Funds

7,415

699

3,355

7,945

2,759

5,518

1,675

1,154

Trust & Receipts

–621

–1,028

–351

–1,301

–2,185

–711

–1,135

–1,266

Deduct, Intragovernment Receipt

–30

–33

–308

–193

–134

–137

–120

–55

Total, Constant $

436,390

382,533

284,475

282,416

277,184

292,562

287,843

291,087

% Real Growth

Military Personnel

26.5

–1.0

–4.7

–2.1

–3.8

–1.8

0.3

–0.4

O&M

7.1

–1.0

–2.4

–3.4

2.6

6.1

–1.8

0.5

Procurement

9.1

–1.0

–4.1

0.1

3.3

12.3

5.0

9.4

RDT&Ed

13.0

–6.5

–0.6

2.6

0.8

2.1

–1.4

–3.0

Military Construction

18.2

–13.8

24.8

–17.9

–5.4

–2.5

–12.8

–6.8

Family Housing

5.2

–7.4

23.2

–4.3

–8.2

–7.1

–1.0

–4.9

Total

6.3

–2.1

–2.6

–0.7

–1.9

5.5

–1.6

1.1

a Numbers may not add to total due to rounding.
b Tables B–1 and B–2 show the total DoD budget, which consists of both discretionary spending and direct spending. These terms were defined by the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (commonly known as the Gramm–Rudman–Hollings Act), which was extended and amended extensively by the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 and the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993. Discretionary spending is controlled through annual appropriations acts. Direct spending (sometimes called mandatory spending) occurs as a result of permanent laws. For DoD, mandatory spending consists of offsetting receipts, totaling nearly $1.3 billion in FY 1999. The 1997 Balanced Budget Act included dollar limits (caps) on discretionary spending by the federal government.
c Extensive budget data is available on the DoD Web site — http://www.dtic.mil/comptroller. Click on Defense Budget, then National Defense Budget Estimates (Green Book). Future year projections and other data are available in the President’s Budget of the United States Government for each budget year. This annual multi–volume text also is at http://www.gpo.gov/usbudget/; select the latest budget year, then Historical Tables. In the Historical Tables volume, select Table 3.1 for defense’s share of national data, Table 3.2 for outlays by appropriations title, and Table 5.1 for budget authority by title.
d RDT&E = Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation

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