[Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 1999]
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                          1999 BUDGET PROPOSALS

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                          1999 BUDGET PROPOSALS

                                     

                                        Table S-1.  OUTLAYS AND RECEIPTS                                        
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
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                                                                               Estimate                         
                                              1997   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1998      1999      2000      2001      2002      2003  
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Outlays:                                                                                                        
  Discretionary:                                                                                                
    National defense......................     271.6     265.1     266.5     269.7     270.8     273.1     289.5
    International.........................      19.0      18.9      18.6      19.1      19.0      19.1      18.9
    Domestic..............................     257.6     268.6     281.1     285.1     285.3     284.6     286.9
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      Subtotal, discretionary.............     548.3     552.7     566.2     573.8     575.1     576.8     595.3
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  Mandatory:                                                                                                    
    Programmatic:                                                                                               
      Social security.....................     362.3     378.1     392.9     409.3     427.1     447.0     467.5
      Medicare and Medicaid...............     283.0     296.3     312.3     329.0     353.3     364.8     396.2
      Means-tested entitlements (except                                                                         
       Medicaid)..........................      98.4     103.6     111.7     116.8     120.5     124.2     129.1
      Deposit insurance...................     -14.4      -4.5      -4.5      -1.9      -1.4      -1.2      -0.3
      Other...............................     129.6     145.3     155.3     167.3     173.3     176.3     185.2
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, programmatic............     858.9     918.8     967.7   1,020.5   1,072.9   1,111.2   1,177.8
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Undistributed offsetting receipts.....     -50.0     -46.4     -42.5     -45.8     -47.2     -55.5     -48.3
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, mandatory.................     809.0     872.4     925.2     974.7   1,025.7   1,055.6   1,129.5
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  Net interest............................     244.0     242.7     241.8     236.5     233.6     227.1     220.6
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, mandatory and net interest..   1,053.0   1,115.1   1,167.0   1,211.2   1,259.2   1,282.8   1,350.1
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Total outlays.............................   1,601.2   1,667.8   1,733.2   1,785.0   1,834.4   1,859.6   1,945.4
                                           =====================================================================
Receipts..................................   1,579.3   1,657.9   1,742.7   1,793.6   1,862.6   1,949.3   2,028.2
                                           =====================================================================
Reserve Pending Social Security Reform....        NA        NA       9.5       8.5      28.2      89.7      82.8
                                           =====================================================================
Surplus/Deficit (-).......................     -21.9     -10.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0
                                           =====================================================================
Memorandum:                                                                                                     
  Total Discretionary Net of Funds for                                                                          
   America Offsets:                                                                                             
    Budget Authority......................     536.3     555.3     562.4     565.7     572.0     573.0     589.2
    Outlays...............................     548.3     552.6     558.0     564.5     564.7     561.2     580.3
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NA = Not applicable.                                                                                            

    
    

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                                     Table S-2.  SUMMARY OF BUDGET PROPOSALS                                    
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
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                                                                    Estimate                                    
                                          ------------------------------------------------------------   Total  
                                             1998      1999      2000      2001      2002      2003    1999-2003
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Capped baseline surplus/deficit (-)......     -9.9       5.6       5.2      27.8      90.3      89.1   .........
Programmatic changes:                                                                                           
                                                                                                                
  Funds for America: \1\                                                                                        
    Spending (outlays):                                                                                         
      Research Fund......................    (24.3)     27.8      30.7      32.5      34.0      36.0      161.1 
      Environmental Resources Fund.......     (5.4)      6.5       7.1       7.2       7.1       7.1       35.1 
      Transportation Fund................    (33.5)     34.8      36.0      36.8      37.6      38.6      183.8 
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, spending...............    (63.1)     69.1      73.9      76.5      78.8      81.7      380.0 
                                                                                                                
    Offsets:                                                                                                    
      Tobacco revenues...................  ........     -3.6      -4.6      -5.0      -5.7      -6.3      -25.3 
       VA tobacco reform.................  ........     -0.5      -0.6      -0.9      -4.0      -3.1       -9.1 
       Superfund tax extension...........     -0.1      -1.8      -1.4      -1.4      -1.4      -1.4       -7.4 
       Fuels tax extension...............  ........  ........     -0.4      -0.4      -0.4      -0.4       -1.5 
       New FAA fees......................  ........  ........     -1.7      -1.7      -1.7      -0.9       -6.0 
       Other mandatory reductions........  ........  ........     -0.6      -1.0      -2.3      -2.9       -6.9 
       Transfers within discretionary                                                                           
       caps..............................  ........    -63.3     -64.6     -66.0     -63.2     -66.7     -323.8 
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, offsets................     -0.1     -69.1     -73.9     -76.5     -78.8     -81.7     -380.0 
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, Funds for America.......     -0.1   ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
                                                                                                                
  Other proposals:                                                                                              
    Spending:                                                                                                   
      Transfer to Funds for America......  ........  ........      0.6       1.0       2.3       2.9        6.9 
      Child care.........................  ........      0.8       1.1       1.3       1.5       1.9        6.6 
      Teachers...........................  ........      0.1       0.8       1.2       1.4       1.6        5.1 
       Early Learning Fund...............  ........      0.4       0.5       0.6       0.6       0.6        2.7 
       Student loans.....................      0.3       0.3       0.5       0.6       0.7       0.9        3.1 
       Legal immigrants..................      0.1       0.5       0.5       0.5       0.5       0.5        2.5 
       Medicare..........................  ........      0.1       0.5       0.5       0.5       0.5        2.1 
       Miscellaneous activities                                                                                 
       authorized in tobacco legislation.  ........      3.4       3.9       4.6       5.0       5.4       22.3 
       Other mandatory...................        *       1.5       1.7       2.1       1.9       1.7        8.8 
      Reserve for emergency discretionary  ........      2.4   ........  ........  ........  ........       2.4 
       Residual discretionary............       -*      -3.5      -0.9      -0.2   ........      6.7        2.2 
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, spending...............      0.4       6.1       9.2      12.1      14.5      22.6       64.5 
    Offsets:                                                                                                    
      Medicare...........................  ........     -0.2      -0.4      -0.5      -0.6      -0.7       -2.4 
       VA tobacco reform.................  ........     -0.3      -0.7      -1.4      -2.3      -3.3       -7.9 
       Other mandatory...................     -0.4      -1.7      -2.5      -2.5      -2.6      -2.5      -11.8 
      Tobacco revenues...................  ........     -6.2      -7.2      -8.3      -8.8      -9.7      -40.2 
       Other revenues (net)..............      0.1      -1.2       0.8       0.3      -0.2       0.3        *   
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, offsets................     -0.3      -9.6     -10.1     -12.4     -14.5     -15.9      -62.3 
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, other proposals.........      0.1      -3.5      -0.9      -0.2   ........      6.7        2.2 
                                                                                                                
  Debt service...........................        *      -0.1      -0.3      -0.4      -0.4      -0.3       -1.5 
  Spectrum and other items...............       -*      -0.3      -2.2       0.2       1.0      -0.2       -1.5 
  Reserve pending social security reform.  ........      9.5       8.5      28.2      89.7      82.8      218.8 
Proposed surplus/deficit (-).............    -10.0   ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
                                                                                                                
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* $50 million or less.                                                                                          
                                                                                                                
\1\1998 figures are for comparison purposes only; Funds for America proposal to begin in 1999.                  

    
    

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                          Table S-3.  DISCRETIONARY SPENDING CAPS AND BUDGET PROPOSALS                          
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
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                                                                         Estimate                               
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                                                1999              2000              2001              2002      
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             BA       OL       BA       OL       BA       OL       BA       OL  
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Discretionary Spending Cap..............    562.4    561.4    566.6    565.4    572.1    564.9    581.8    561.2
Defense Funding (Cap in 1999)...........    271.6    266.5    277.0    269.7    284.8    270.8    288.1    273.1
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
  Non-defense Discretionary (NDD)                                                                               
   Spending (Total Discretionary                                                                                
   Spending Cap less Defense Funding)...    290.7    294.9    289.7    295.7    287.3    294.1    293.7    288.1
                                                                                                                
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Proposed Funding for Funds for America..     75.5     69.1     76.6     73.9     78.6     76.5     80.9     78.8
Designated Offsets......................     -5.8     -5.8     -9.3     -9.3    -10.5    -10.5    -15.6    -15.6
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Net Transfers Within Cap to Funds for                                                                           
 America................................     69.7     63.3     67.3     64.6     68.1     66.0     65.3     63.2
                                                                                                                
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NDD Spending Under Cap..................    290.7    294.9    289.7    295.7    287.3    294.1    293.7    288.1
Net Transfers Within Cap to Funds for                                                                           
 America................................    -69.7    -63.3    -67.3    -64.6    -68.1    -66.0    -65.3    -63.2
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
Remaining NDD Under Cap.................    221.1    231.6    222.4    231.1    219.2    228.1    228.4    224.9
                                                                                                                
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Available Discretionary Spending:                                                                               
  Defense Funding (Cap in 1999).........    271.6    266.5    277.0    269.7    284.8    270.8    288.1    273.1
  NDD Funding:                                                                                                  
    Funds for America (net).............     69.7     63.3     67.3     64.6     68.1     66.0     65.3     63.2
    Funding from Designated Offsets:                                                                            
      Funds for America.................      5.8      5.8      9.3      9.3     10.5     10.5     15.6     15.6
      Emergency Discretionary...........      2.4      2.4  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......
    Other NDD Funding...................    221.1    231.6    222.4    231.1    219.2    228.1    228.4    224.9
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, NDD Funding.............    299.0    303.2    299.0    305.0    297.8    304.6    309.3    303.6
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................    570.6    569.7    575.9    574.7    582.6    575.4    597.4    576.8
                                                                                                                
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Budget Proposals:                                                                                               
  Defense Funding.......................    271.6    266.5    277.0    269.7    284.8    270.8    288.1    273.1
  NDD Funding:                                                                                                  
    Funds for America...................     75.5     69.1     76.6     73.9     78.6     76.5     80.9     78.8
    Other NDD Funding...................    223.5    230.6    221.5    230.3    219.1    227.9    219.6    224.9
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, NDD Funding.............    299.0    299.7    298.1    304.1    297.7    304.4    300.5    303.6
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................    570.6    566.2    575.0    573.8    582.5    575.1    588.6    576.8
                                                                                                                
Residual Available Under the Caps.......  .......      3.5      0.9      0.9      0.1      0.2      8.8  .......
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                                                                             Table S-4.  FUNDS FOR AMERICA PROPOSAL                                                                             
                                                                                    (In millions of dollars)                                                                                    
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                                                                                                          Estimate                                                                  Total       
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                        1998 \1\               1999                2000                2001                2002                2003               1999-2003     
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                      BA         OL        BA        OL        BA        OL        BA        OL        BA        OL        BA        OL         BA         OL   
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Research Fund For America:                                                                                                                                                                      
  Spending......................................   (27,907)   (26,439)    31,102    27,828    32,222    30,750    33,715    32,479    35,523    34,029    38,034    36,003    170,596    161,089
  Dedicated Offsets.............................  .........  .........    -4,048    -4,048    -6,196    -6,196    -7,380    -7,380   -12,443   -12,443   -12,711   -12,711    -42,778    -42,778
  Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America..  (-27,907)  (-26,439)   -27,054   -23,780   -26,026   -24,554   -26,335   -25,099   -23,080   -21,586   -25,323   -23,292   -127,818   -118,311
      Net Deficit/Surplus Effect................  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
Environmental Resources Fund For America:                                                                                                                                                       
  Spending......................................    (6,722)    (5,376)     7,672     6,500     7,015     7,142     7,054     7,217     7,003     7,092     6,951     7,119     35,695     35,070
  Dedicated Offsets.............................      (-75)      (-75)    -1,775    -1,775    -1,407    -1,407    -1,410    -1,410    -1,421    -1,421    -1,434    -1,434     -7,447     -7,447
  Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America..   (-6,647)   (-5,301)    -5,897    -4,725    -5,608    -5,735    -5,644    -5,807    -5,582    -5,671    -5,517    -5,685    -28,248    -27,623
      Net Deficit/Surplus Effect................  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
Transportation Fund For America:                                                                                                                                                                
  Spending......................................   (36,140)   (33,499)    36,739    34,819    37,320    35,990    37,839    36,793    38,371    37,640    38,938    38,568    189,207    183,810
  Dedicated Offsets.............................  .........  .........  ........  ........    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700      -850      -850     -5,950     -5,950
   Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America.  (-36,140)  (-33,499)   -36,739   -34,819   -35,620   -34,290   -36,139   -35,093   -36,671   -35,940   -38,088   -37,718   -183,257   -177,860
      Net Deficit/Surplus Effect................  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TOTAL, FUNDS FOR AMERICA:                                                                                                                                                                       
  Spending......................................   (70,769)   (65,314)    75,513    69,147    76,557    73,882    78,608    76,489    80,897    78,761    83,923    81,690    395,498    379,969
   Dedicated Offsets............................      (-75)      (-75)    -5,823    -5,823    -9,303    -9,303   -10,490   -10,490   -15,564   -15,564   -14,995   -14,995    -56,175    -56,175
   Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America.  (-70,694)  (-65,239)   -69,690   -63,324   -67,254   -64,579   -68,118   -65,999   -65,333   -63,197   -68,928   -66,695   -339,323   -323,794
      Net Deficit/Surplus Effect................  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
================================================================================================================================================================================================
                                                                                                                                                                                                
Research Fund For America--Spending:                                                                                                                                                            
  Agriculture:                                                                                                                                                                                  
    Forest Service..............................      (188)      (169)       198       196       199       199       200       200       201       201       201       201        999        997
    Economic Research Service...................       (72)       (72)        56        59        56        56        56        56        56        56        56        56        280        283
    Agricultural Research Service...............      (745)      (743)       777       771       788       785       783       784       785       785       785       785      3,918      3,910
    Cooperative State Research, Education and                                                                                                                                                   
     Extension Service..........................      (436)      (415)       427       422       427       430       422       432       422       422       422       422      2,120      2,128
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Agriculture.....................    (1,441)    (1,399)     1,458     1,448     1,470     1,470     1,461     1,472     1,464     1,464     1,464     1,464      7,317      7,318
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Commerce:                                                                                                                                                                                     
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric                                                                                                                                                            
     Administration.............................      (271)      (266)       251       254       251       251       251       252       251       253       251       251      1,255      1,261

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    National Institutes of Standards and                                                                                                                                                        
     Technology.................................      (559)      (337)       607       399       660       507       698       611       724       660       698       698      3,387      2,875
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      Subtotal, Commerce........................      (830)      (603)       858       653       911       758       949       863       975       913       949       949      4,642      4,136
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Education:                                                                                                                                                                                    
     Office of Educational Research and                                                                                                                                                         
     Improvement................................  .........  .........        50        20        50        40        50        50        50        50        50        50        250        210
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Energy:                                                                                                                                                                                       
     Science....................................    (1,238)    (1,277)     2,482     1,430     2,497     2,244     2,622     2,635     2,688     2,675     2,660     2,662     12,949     11,646
     Fossil energy research and development.....  .........  .........        30        12        33        25        35        33        35        35        35        35        168        140
     Energy conservation........................      (436)      (406)       618       185       625       528       643       629       662       646       662       659      3,210      2,647
     Energy supply..............................      (501)      (490)       610       275       593       511       592       595       571       583       596       585      2,962      2,549
     Energy information administration..........  .........  .........         3         2         3         3         4         4         4         4         4         4         18         17
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, Energy.........................    (2,175)    (2,173)     3,743     1,904     3,751     3,311     3,896     3,896     3,960     3,943     3,957     3,945     19,307     16,999
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  HHS:                                                                                                                                                                                          
     National Institutes of Health..............   (13,648)   (12,893)    14,798    13,898    15,661    14,934    16,632    15,816    17,997    16,896    20,188    18,460     85,276     80,004
     Agency for Health Care Policy Research.....  .........  .........        46         7        48        27        51        43        53        48        56        52        254        177
     Centers for Disease Control................  .........  .........        25         8        26        20        28        25        29        27        30        29        138        109
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, HHS............................   (13,648)   (12,893)    14,869    13,913    15,735    14,981    16,711    15,884    18,079    16,971    20,274    18,541     85,668     80,290
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  HUD: Research and Technology..................  .........  .........        10         4  ........         5  ........         1  ........         1  ........  ........         10         11
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Interior: U.S. Geological Survey..............      (759)      (799)       807       806       813       812       797       798       797       797       797       797      4,011      4,010
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Veterans Affairs: Medical and Prosthetic                                                                                                                                                      
   Research.....................................      (272)      (269)       300       292       300       299       300       300       300       300       300       300      1,500      1,491
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  EPA: Office of Research and Development.......      (628)      (575)       692       648       713       691       767       731       801       774       819       806      3,792      3,650
                                                                                                                                                                                                
      NASA: Science, Aeronautics, and Technology    (4,788)    (4,677)     4,605     4,796     4,656     4,805     4,843     4,732     5,037     4,913     5,240     5,111     24,381     24,357
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  NSF: Agency Total.............................    (3,366)    (3,051)     3,710     3,344     3,823     3,578     3,941     3,752     4,060     3,903     4,184     4,040     19,718     18,617
                                                 ===============================================================================================================================================
Total, Research Fund For America Spending.......   (27,907)   (26,439)    31,102    27,828    32,222    30,750    33,715    32,479    35,523    34,029    38,034    36,003    170,596    161,089
                                                                                                                                                                                                

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Dedicated Offsets:                                                                                                                                                                              
   Receipts from tobacco legislation............  .........  .........    -3,597    -3,597    -4,624    -4,624    -5,028    -5,028    -5,723    -5,723    -6,341    -6,341    -25,313    -25,313
   Other mandatory..............................  .........  .........  ........  ........      -575      -575    -1,043    -1,043    -2,345    -2,345    -2,889    -2,889     -6,852     -6,852
   Extend expiring fuel taxes...................  .........  .........  ........  ........      -371      -371      -382      -382      -391      -391      -403      -403     -1,547     -1,547
   VA tobacco reform............................  .........  .........      -451      -451      -626      -626      -927      -927    -3,984    -3,984    -3,078    -3,078     -9,066     -9,066
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Dedicated Offsets....................  .........  .........    -4,048    -4,048    -6,196    -6,196    -7,380    -7,380   -12,443   -12,443   -12,711   -12,711    -42,778    -42,778
Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America....  (-27,907)  (-26,439)   -27,054   -23,780   -26,026   -24,554   -26,335   -25,099   -23,080   -21,586   -25,323   -23,292   -127,818   -118,311
Net Deficit/Surplus Effect (-)/(+)..............  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
================================================================================================================================================================================================
                                                                                                                                                                                                
Environmental Resources Fund For America--                                                                                                                                                      
 Spending:                                                                                                                                                                                      
  Agriculture:                                                                                                                                                                                  
     Rural Development..........................      (577)       (22)       629       157       629       345       629       475       629       549       629       590      3,145      2,116
     Forest Service.............................      (599)      (534)       691       708       747       732       799       784       795       792       750       762      3,782      3,778
     Other Agriculture..........................        (4)        (4)        31        24        27        28        27        28        27        28        77        71        189        179
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, Agriculture.......................    (1,180)      (560)     1,351       889     1,403     1,105     1,455     1,287     1,451     1,369     1,456     1,423      7,116      6,073
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Commerce: National Oceanic and Atmospheric                                                                                                                                                    
   Administration...............................       (16)       (16)        40        31        40        37        18        24        18        20        18        20        134        132
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Interior:                                                                                                                                                                                     
     Bureau of Land Management..................      (191)      (190)       229       226       241       244       256       252       262       258       257       258      1,245      1,238
     Office of Surface Mining...................        (5)        (2)         7         4         7         4         7         6         7         7         7         7         35         28
     Bureau of Reclamation......................       (85)       (30)       143       105       143       143  ........        93  ........  ........  ........  ........        286        341
     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.............      (187)      (237)       193       230       251       267       291       269       302       291       279       286      1,316      1,343
     Park Service...............................      (779)      (776)       806       838       891       879       970       927       873       916       812       892      4,352      4,452
     Bureau of Indian Affairs...................       (54)       (80)        92        65        92        65        92        85        92        92        92        92        460        399
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, Interior.......................    (1,301)    (1,315)     1,470     1,468     1,625     1,602     1,616     1,632     1,536     1,564     1,447     1,535      7,694      7,801
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  Corps of Engineers:                                                                                                                                                                           
     Construction, general......................       (37)       (22)       106        79       116       112       130       124       112       119       144       131        608        565
     Operation and maintenance, general.........       (20)       (15)        14        16        14        15        14        14        14        14        14        14         70         73
     Regulatory program.........................      (106)      (107)       117       116       117       117       117       117       117       117       117       117        585        584
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, Corps of Engineers.............      (163)      (144)       237       211       247       244       261       255       243       250       275       262      1,263      1,222
                                                                                                                                                                                                
  EPA:                                                                                                                                                                                          
     Hazardous substance superfund..............    (1,500)    (1,396)     2,093     1,573     1,444     1,595     1,393     1,497     1,394     1,467     1,394     1,476      7,718      7,608
     State and Tribal assistance grants.........    (2,311)    (1,688)     2,201     2,060     1,976     2,283     2,026     2,239     2,076     2,135     2,076     2,115     10,355     10,832

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     Environmental programs and management......      (251)      (257)       280       268       280       276       285       283       285       287       285       288      1,415      1,402
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, EPA............................    (4,062)    (3,341)     4,574     3,901     3,700     4,154     3,704     4,019     3,755     3,889     3,755     3,879     19,488     19,842
                                                 ===============================================================================================================================================
Total, Environmental Resources Fund For America                                                                                                                                                 
 Spending.......................................    (6,722)    (5,376)     7,672     6,500     7,015     7,142     7,054     7,217     7,003     7,092     6,951     7,119     35,695     35,070
Dedicated Offsets: Superfund initiative.........      (-75)      (-75)    -1,775    -1,775    -1,407    -1,407    -1,410    -1,410    -1,421    -1,421    -1,434    -1,434     -7,447     -7,447
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total, Dedicated Offsets......................      (-75)      (-75)    -1,775    -1,775    -1,407    -1,407    -1,410    -1,410    -1,421    -1,421    -1,434    -1,434     -7,447     -7,447
Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America....   (-6,647)   (-5,301)    -5,897    -4,725    -5,608    -5,735    -5,644    -5,807    -5,582    -5,671    -5,517    -5,685    -28,248    -27,623
Net Deficit/Surplus Effect (-)/(+)..............  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
================================================================================================================================================================================================
                                                                                                                                                                                                
Transportation Fund For America--Spending:                                                                                                                                                      
  Transportation:                                                                                                                                                                               
     Surface Transportation.....................   (27,063)   (24,557)    27,031    25,569    27,032    26,250    27,032    26,548    27,032    26,889    27,032    27,127    135,159    132,383
                                                                                                                                                                                                
     Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)......    (9,077)    (8,942)     9,708     9,250    10,288     9,740    10,807    10,245    11,339    10,751    11,906    11,441     54,048     51,427
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       Subtotal, Transportation.................   (36,140)   (33,499)    36,739    34,819    37,320    35,990    37,839    36,793    38,371    37,640    38,938    38,568    189,207    183,810
                                                 ===============================================================================================================================================
Total, Transportation Fund For America Spending.   (36,140)   (33,499)    36,739    34,819    37,320    35,990    37,839    36,793    38,371    37,640    38,938    38,568    189,207    183,810
Dedicated Offsets:                                                                                                                                                                              
   FAA: convert to cost-based user fees.........  .........  .........  ........  ........    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700      -850      -850     -5,950     -5,950
                                                 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Dedicated Offsets....................  .........  .........  ........  ........    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700    -1,700      -850      -850     -5,950     -5,950
Net Transfer within Cap to Funds for America....  (-36,140)  (-33,499)   -36,739   -34,819   -35,620   -34,290   -36,139   -35,093   -36,671   -35,940   -38,088   -37,718   -183,257   -177,860
Net Deficit/Surplus Effect (-)/(+)..............  .........  .........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........  .........
                                                                                                                                                                                                
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\1\ 1998 figures are for comparison purposes only; the Funds for America proposal is to begin in 1999.                                                                                          


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                                       Table S-5.  PAY-AS-YOU-GO PROPOSALS                                      
                                     (Deficit impact in millions of dollars)                                    
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                     Estimate                                   
                                           -----------------------------------------------------------   Total  
                                              1998     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003    1999-2003
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Spending:                                                                                                       
                                                                                                                
  Agriculture:                                                                                                  
                                                                                                                
    Food stamps:                                                                                                
      Restrict States' ability to increase                                                                      
       Federal outlays by shifting                                                                              
       administrative costs from TANF to                                                                        
       food stamps and medicaid (food                                                                           
       stamps component)..................  .......      -160      -185      -190      -195      -200       -930
      Restore benefits for vulnerable                                                                           
       groups of legal immigrants (food                                                                         
       stamps component)..................      100       535       500       455       460       480      2,430
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, Food Stamps.............      100       375       315       265       265       280      1,500
    Shift certain crop insurance spending                                                                       
     to mandatory.........................  .......       185       123       118       127       137        690
    Limit ``catastrophic'' crop insurance                                                                       
     payments to $100,000.................  .......  ........       -15       -30       -30       -30       -105
    Increase Environmental Quality                                                                              
     Incentive Program (EQIP).............  .......        13        49        70        59        52        243
    Forest Service payments to States                                                                           
     (``delinking from receipts'')........  .......        10        22        30        41        48        151
     Rural EZ/EC economic development                                                                           
     grants for Round II..................  .......  ........         7        16        19        19         61
     Restructure Export Enhancement                                                                             
     Program (EEP) consistent with market                                                                       
     conditions...........................  .......      -230      -359      -258      -258      -270     -1,375
     Restructure CCC cotton user marketing                                                                      
     certificates consistent with market                                                                        
     conditions...........................  .......      -110       -48  ........  ........  ........       -158
     Spend existing and new Forest Service                                                                      
     recreation and entrance fees.........  .......  ........         3         3         3         3         12
                                                                                                                
  Education:                                                                                                    
                                                                                                                
    Fund new teachers to help address                                                                           
     teacher shortages and reduce class                                                                         
     sizes................................  .......        55       780     1,195     1,440     1,632      5,102
                                                                                                                
     Student loan increases...............      312       312       519       627       739       861      3,058
                                                                                                                
    Recall education loan guaranty                                                                              
     reserves.............................  .......  ........      -275      -275      -275      -275     -1,100
     Other student loan reforms...........     -470      -451      -804      -864      -805      -710     -3,634
                                                                                                                
  Health and Human Services:                                                                                    
     Establish Early Learning Fund to                                                                           
     provide challenge grants to                                                                                
     communities for activities that                                                                            
     improve early childhood education and                                                                      
     the quality and safety of child care                                                                       
     for children under five years old....  .......       372       504       591       600       600      2,667
     Increase child care subsidies                                                                              
     provided to poor and near poor                                                                             
     families.............................  .......       798     1,102     1,301     1,519     1,892      6,612
     Medicaid:                                                                                                  
      Restore benefits for vulnerable                                                                           
       groups of legal immigrants                                                                               
       (medicaid component)...............  .......        25        35        50        55        65        230
      Children's health outreach..........  .......       110       150       210       210       220        900
       Restrict States' ability to                                                                              
       increase Federal outlays by                                                                              
       shifting administrative costs from                                                                       
       TANF to food stamps and medicaid                                                                         
       (medicaid component)...............  .......      -340      -360      -380      -410      -440     -1,930
      Medicaid effect from Medicare                                                                             
       changes............................  .......        -5        -5       -10       -10       -10        -40
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, Medicaid................  .......      -210      -180      -130      -155      -165       -840
     Health care:                                                                                               
      Voluntary purchasing cooperatives                                                                         
       for small groups...................  .......        20        20        20        20        20        100
      Increase aid to territories for                                                                           
       children's health insurance........  .......        34        34        34        25        25        153
    Medicare/clinical demonstration:                                                                            
      Medicare buy-in policies............  .......       101       387       363       343       339      1,533
      Medicare program integrity..........  .......      -180      -420      -515      -600      -665     -2,380
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, net effect on Medicare                                                                        
         trust funds......................  .......       -79       -33      -152      -257      -326       -847
       Clinical cancer trials                                                                                   
       demonstration......................  .......       200       250       300  ........  ........        750
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, Medicare/clinical                                                                             
         demonstration....................  .......       121       217       148      -257      -326        -97
       Non-TANF child support enforcement                                                                       
       fees...............................  .......       -48       -56       -65       -66       -65       -300
                                                                                                                

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    Housing and Urban Development:                                                                              
      Fund new Urban Empowerment Zones....  .......         3        54       123       143       149        472
      Increase FHA single family loan                                                                           
       limit..............................  .......      -228      -241      -234      -233      -237     -1,173
                                                                                                                
    Interior:                                                                                                   
      BLM payments to States (``delinking                                                                       
       from receipts'')...................  .......         6         7        12        14        17         56
      Spend existing and new recreation                                                                         
       and entrance fees..................  .......  ........       -21        33        79        79        170
       Spend existing and new park                                                                              
       concession fees \1\................  .......         5        10        15        16        14         60
       Reduce Sport Fish Restoration                                                                            
       (offsets increase in DOT Boat                                                                            
       Safety account)....................  .......  ........        -3        -6       -10       -14        -33
       Expand cover-over of distilled                                                                           
       spirits tax to Virgin Islands......  .......        12        12        12        12        12         60
                                                                                                                
    Labor:                                                                                                      
      Reauthorize NAFTA-TAA for five years  .......        27        45        52        53        55        232
       Other TAA amendments...............  .......        67        88        97        97        97        446
       PBGC--raise guarantee cap for                                                                            
       multiemployer pensions and other...  .......         1         1         1         3         4         10
       UI ``safety net'' proposal:                                                                              
         UI administrative costs special                                                                        
         distribution.....................  .......       126       101       188       236  ........        651
        Extended benefits.................  .......  ........  ........         9         9         8         26
                                                                                                                
    Transportation:                                                                                             
      Shift St. Lawrence Seaway spending                                                                        
       to mandatory.......................  .......        13        13        13        14        14         67
       Shift Coast Guard Boat Safety                                                                            
       spending to mandatory (partially                                                                         
       offset by reductions in Sport Fish                                                                       
       Restoration).......................  .......        24        42        55        55        55        231
       NEXTEA equity formula change for                                                                         
       distribution of Federal-aid grants                                                                       
       to States..........................       25        53        36        -9       -53       -83        -56
                                                                                                                
    Treasury:                                                                                                   
       Expand cover-over of distilled                                                                           
       spirits tax to Puerto Rico.........  .......        34        34        34        34        34        170
      Shift Winstar/FIRREA litigation                                                                           
       expenses to mandatory                                                                                    
       (reimbursement to Department of                                                                          
       Justice)...........................       10        45        49        43        36        29        202
       EITC and Child Credit (outlay                                                                            
       component).........................  .......       -70      -105      -106      -108      -111       -500
       Miscellaneous activities authorized                                                                      
       in tobacco legislation.............  .......     3,425     3,943     4,582     4,972     5,362     22,284
                                                                                                                
    Veterans:                                                                                                   
       Pay full benefits for Filipinos                                                                          
       residing in the U.S................  .......         5         5         5         5         5         25
       Establish a reserve to fully fund                                                                        
       the ``H'' policyholders in the                                                                           
       National Service Life Insurance                                                                          
       Fund...............................  .......         *         *         *         *         *          2
       Reinstate policy on post-service                                                                         
       tobacco-related illnesses..........  .......      -741    -1,330    -2,291    -6,274    -6,333    -16,969
       Provide a one-time 20% increase in                                                                       
       the Montgomery GI Bill and provide                                                                       
       $100 million a year until 2003 to                                                                        
       increase education and training                                                                          
       programs administered by the                                                                             
       Department of Labor................  .......       291       291       309       306       305      1,502
                                                                                                                
     VA Housing:                                                                                                
      Charge fees to lenders participating                                                                      
       in VA's home loan program to fund                                                                        
       information technology                                                                                   
       improvements:                                                                                            
        Increased technology spending.....  .......         5         5         5  ........  ........         15
        Fees..............................  .......        -5        -5        -5  ........  ........        -15
       Eliminate the vendee loan program..  .......        -2        -9        -9       -11       -12        -43
                                                                                                                
    Environmental Protection Agency:                                                                            
      Provide funding for Superfund orphan                                                                      
       shares.............................  .......       200       200       200       200       200      1,000
                                                                                                                
    Social Security Administration:                                                                             
      Expand authority to collect SSI                                                                           
       overpayments.......................  .......       -35       -40       -35       -30       -30       -170
       Adjust discretionary caps to fund                                                                        
       SSI non-disability redeterminations  .......        46         4  ........  ........  ........         50
      Return to work pilot for recipients                                                                       
       of disability benefits (SSI):......  .......        -4        -4        -4        -3        -3        -18
                                                                                                                

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    District of Columbia:                                                                                       
      Make annual contribution to the DC                                                                        
       Judicial Retirement Fund mandatory.  .......         6         6         6         6         6         30
                                                                                                                
    Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation                                                                       
     (FDIC):                                                                                                    
      State bank examination fee (Non-Fed                                                                       
       member state banks)................  .......       -89       -94       -97      -101      -106       -487
                                                                                                                
    Railroad Retirement Board:                                                                                  
      Conforming Social Security                                                                                
       Equivalent Benefits to Social                                                                            
       Security...........................  .......        32        48        49        49        49        227
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, pay-as-you-go spending                                                                        
         proposals........................      -23     4,498     5,100     5,843     2,527     3,293     21,261
Receipts:                                                                                                       
  Provide new incentives..................      459     3,220     5,125     5,469     4,987     5,378     24,179
  Eliminate unwarranted benefits..........     -323    -4,342    -4,289    -4,725    -4,699    -4,959    -23,014
  Receipts from tobacco legislation.......  .......    -9,795   -11,787   -13,283   -14,544   -16,085    -65,494
  Superfund initiative....................      -75    -1,775    -1,407    -1,410    -1,421    -1,434     -7,447
  All other...............................  .......       -73    -2,147    -2,521    -2,565    -1,339     -8,645
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, pay-as-you-go receipt                                                                             
     proposals............................       61   -12,765   -14,505   -16,470   -18,242   -18,439    -80,421
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, pay-as-you-go proposals......       38    -8,267    -9,405   -10,627   -15,715   -15,146    -59,160
                                                                                                                
ADDENDUM:                                                                                                       
  Proposals not subject to pay-as-you-go:                                                                       
    Spending:                                                                                                   
      HUD:                                                                                                      
         Equity share relaxation..........  .......        -2        -1        -2  ........  ........         -5
      Interior:                                                                                                 
        Utah mitigation receipts..........  .......         1  ........  ........  ........  ........          1
      Labor:                                                                                                    
         Special benefits.................  .......       -13       -29       -31       -16        46        -43
         UI integrity.....................  .......      -118      -160      -160      -160      -160       -758
      Social Security Administration:                                                                           
         Savings from SSI non-disability                                                                        
         redetermination..................  .......      -104      -104        -8        -4        -3       -223
        Interactive effect of Medicare                                                                          
         initiatives......................  .......        20       107       136       144       138        545
         Return to work pilot for                                                                               
         recipients of disability benefits                                                                      
         (DI):............................  .......  ........        -5         1         7        13         16
      FDIC:                                                                                                     
         Migration of Fed and FDIC                                                                              
         retirees and certain active                                                                            
         employees to FEHBP (FDIC                                                                               
         component).......................       -6       -13       -14       -15       -17       -19        -78
      Morris K. Udall Scholarship Fund:                                                                         
         End of receipt of Federal                                                                              
         payments to the fund, which are                                                                        
         extended in the baseline but not                                                                       
         proposed for continuation........  .......  ........  ........  ........  ........         2          2
      Undistributed offsetting receipts:                                                                        
         Adjust timing of BBA-97 spectrum                                                                       
         receipts.........................  .......  ........    -1,800       500     1,300  ........  .........
        Employer share impact of FERS                                                                           
         ``open season'' repeal...........        3        93       113       119       125       171        621
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, non-pay-as-you-go                                                                           
           spending proposals.............       -3      -136    -1,893       540     1,379       188         78
    Receipts:                                                                                                   
      Repeal FERS open season (will score                                                                       
       as discretionary)..................       -6      -167      -201      -212      -224      -232     -1,036
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Total, proposals not subject to                                                                         
         pay-as-you-go....................       -9      -303    -2,094       328     1,155       -44       -958
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes shift of existing fees from miscellaneous receipts recorded in the Department of the Treasury to   
  special fund receipts in the Department of the Interior.                                                      

    
    

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                                   Table S-6.  EFFECT OF PROPOSALS ON RECEIPTS                                  
                                            (In millions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                        Estimate                          Total 
                                                 ------------------------------------------------------   1999- 
                                                    1998     1999     2000     2001     2002     2003     2003  
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Provide tax relief and extend expiring                                                                          
 provisions:                                                                                                    
  Make child care more affordable:                                                                              
    Increase and simplify child and dependent                                                                   
     care tax credit............................  .......     -266   -1,259   -1,148   -1,199   -1,241    -5,113
    Establish tax credit for employer-provided                                                                  
     child care.................................  .......      -38      -77     -108     -124     -131      -478
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, make child care more affordable.  .......     -304   -1,336   -1,256   -1,323   -1,372    -5,591
  Promote energy efficiency and improve the                                                                     
   environment:                                                                                                 
    Provide tax credit for energy-efficient                                                                     
     building equipment.........................  .......     -123     -223     -283     -341     -409    -1,379
    Provide tax credit for the purchase of new                                                                  
     energy-efficient homes.....................  .......       -7      -23      -38      -54      -75      -197
    Provide tax credit for high-fuel-economy                                                                    
     vehicles...................................  .......  .......  .......      -60     -200     -400      -660
    Equalize treatment of parking and transit                                                                   
     benefits...................................  .......       -4      -11      -16      -23      -30       -84
    Provide investment tax credit for CHP                                                                       
     systems....................................       10     -270     -281     -113      -95     -183      -942
    Provide tax credit for replacement of                                                                       
     certain circuitbreaker equipment...........  .......       -3       -9      -11       -8       -5       -36
    Provide tax credit for certain PFC and HFC                                                                  
     recycling equipment........................  .......       -3       -7       -7       -6       -3       -26
    Provide tax credit for rooftop solar                                                                        
     equipment..................................  .......       -6      -16      -24      -31      -43      -120
    Extend wind and biomass tax credit..........  .......       -5      -20      -38      -55      -73      -191
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, promote energy efficiency and                                                                   
       improve the environment..................       10     -421     -590     -590     -813   -1,221    -3,635
  Promote expanded retirement savings...........      -42     -139     -191     -205     -190     -190      -915
  Expand education incentives:                                                                                  
    Provide incentives for public school                                                                        
     construction...............................  .......     -215     -865   -1,309   -1,309   -1,309    -5,007
    Extend and expand exclusion for employer-                                                                   
     provided educational assistance............      -10     -234     -299     -408      -98  .......    -1,039
    Eliminate tax when forgiving student loans                                                                  
     subject to income contingent repayment.....  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  ........
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, expand education incentives.....      -10     -449   -1,164   -1,717   -1,407   -1,309    -6,046
  Increase low-income housing tax credit per                                                                    
   capita cap...................................  .......      -45     -167     -306     -448     -593    -1,559
  Extend expiring provisions:                                                                                   
    Extend work opportunity tax credit..........       -5     -206     -279     -181      -72      -40      -778
    Extend welfare-to-work tax credit...........  .......      -11      -53      -51      -37      -17      -169
    Extend R&E tax credit.......................     -365     -802     -608     -261     -124      -49    -1,844
    Extend deduction provided for contributions                                                                 
     of appreciated stock to private foundations  .......      -40      -27  .......  .......  .......       -67
    Make permanent the expensing of brownfields                                                                 
     remediation costs..........................  .......  .......  .......     -133     -205     -196      -534
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, extend expiring provisions......     -370   -1,059     -967     -626     -438     -302    -3,392
  Modify international trade provisions:                                                                        
    Extend GSP and modify other trade provisions                                                                
     \1\........................................  .......     -548     -477     -485      -18      -19    -1,547
    Extend and modify Puerto Rico economic-                                                                     
     activity tax credit........................  .......      -42      -79     -124     -165     -197      -607
    Levy tariff on certain textiles and apparel                                                                 
     products produced in the CNMI \1\..........  .......  .......      187      187      187      187       748
    Expand Virgin Island tariff credits \1\.....  .......  .......       -*       -*       -2       -1        -3
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, modify international trade                                                                      
       provisions \1\...........................  .......     -590     -369     -422        2      -30    -1,409
  Provide other tax incentives:                                                                                 
    Expand tax incentives for SSBICs............       -*       -*       -*       -*       -*       -*        -*
    Accelerate and expand start-up of incentives                                                                
     available to two new empowerment zones.....  .......      -44      -19  .......  .......  .......       -63
    Make first $2,000 of severance pay exempt                                                                   
     from income tax............................  .......      -42     -169     -174     -180     -185      -750
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, provide other tax incentives....       -*      -86     -188     -174     -180     -185      -813
  Simplify the tax laws.........................      -47     -126     -142     -138     -136      -89      -631

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  Enhance taxpayers' rights.....................  .......       -1      -11      -35      -54      -87      -188
                                                 ===============================================================
    Subtotal, provide tax relief and extend                                                                     
     expiring provisions \1\....................     -459   -3,220   -5,125   -5,469   -4,987   -5,378   -24,179
                                                                                                                
Eliminate unwarranted benefits and adopt other                                                                  
 revenue measures:                                                                                              
  Defer deduction for interest and OID on                                                                       
   convertible debt.............................        2       10       22       34       44       54       164
  Eliminate dividends-received deduction for                                                                    
   certain preferred stock......................        3       10       20       30       41       53       154
  Repeal percentage depletion for non-fuel                                                                      
   minerals mined on Federal and formerly                                                                       
   Federal lands................................  .......       92       94       96       97       99       478
  Repeal tax-free conversions of large C                                                                        
   corporations to S corporations...............  .......        1       13       31       44       55       144
  Replace sales-source rules with activity-based                                                                
   rules........................................  .......      580    1,356    1,456    1,545    1,634     6,571
  Modify rules relating to foreign oil and gas                                                                  
   extraction income............................  .......        5       62      102      107      112       388
  Repeal lower-of-cost-or-market inventory                                                                      
   accounting method............................       16      407      507      417      237       79     1,647
  Increase penalties for failure to file correct                                                                
   information returns..........................  .......        6       12       15       19       13        65
  Tighten the substantial understatement penalty                                                                
   for large corporations.......................  .......  .......       25       42       43       37       147
  Repeal exemption for withholding on gambling                                                                  
   winnings from bingo and keno in excess of                                                                    
   $5,000.......................................  .......       17        4        1        1        1        24
  Reinstate oil spill excise tax \1\............       34      238      241      243      248      251     1,221
  Modify Federal Unemployment Act provisions....  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  ........
  Extend pro-rata disallowance of tax-exempt                                                                    
   interest expense that applies to banks to all                                                                
   financial intermediaries.....................        4       10       17       22       26       30       105
  Increase proration percentage for P&C                                                                         
   insurance companies..........................      -16       43       55       76       96      126       396
  Preclude certain taxpayers from prematurely                                                                   
   claiming losses from receivables.............  .......      416       57       62       65       68       668
  Restrict special net operating loss carryback                                                                 
   rules for specified liability losses.........  .......       12       21       22       24       25       104
  Freeze grandfather status of stapled (or                                                                      
   ``paired-share'') REITs......................        3        9       17       25       35       46       132
  Restrict impermissible business indirectly                                                                    
   conducted by REITs...........................  .......        1        2        4        5        7        19
  Modify treatment of closely held REITs........  .......       29       12       16       18       19        94
  Modify depreciation method for tax-exempt use                                                                 
   property.....................................  .......        1        5       11       16       22        55
  Impose excise tax on purchase of structured                                                                   
   settlements \1\..............................  .......       10       14       18       19       21        82
  Clarify and expand math-error procedures......  .......       48       67       69       70       72       326
  Clarify the meaning of ``subject to''                                                                         
   liabilities under section 357(c).............        4       10       16       23       30       37       116
  Simplify foster child definition under EITC...  .......  .......        6        6        6        6        24
  Clarify tie-breaker rule under EITC...........  .......        *        *        *        *        *         *
  Eliminate non-business valuation discounts....  .......  .......      232      242      260      274     1,008
  Eliminate ``Crummey'' rule....................  .......  .......       20       21       22       24        87
  Eliminate gift tax exemption for personal                                                                     
   residence trusts.............................  .......       -1       -1        1        7       19        25
  Include QTIP trust assets in surviving                                                                        
   spouse's estate..............................  .......  .......        2        2        2        2         8
  Apply 7.7% capitalization rate to credit life                                                                 
   insurance premiums...........................        6       22       34       32       21       10       119
  Modify corporate-owned life insurance (COLI)                                                                  
   rules........................................      251      409      414      434      460      487     2,204
  Modify reserve rules for annuity contracts....  .......    1,815      674      821      639      692     4,641
  Tax certain exchanges of insurance contracts                                                                  
   and reallocations of assets within variable                                                                  
   insurance contracts..........................        2       37       95      168      259      368       927
  Reduce ``investment in the contract'' for                                                                     
   mortality and expense charges on certain                                                                     
   insurance contracts..........................  .......        1        2       11       28       58       100
  Amend 80/20 company rules.....................       13       36       48       49       51       52       236
  Prescribe regulatory directive to address tax                                                                 
   avoidance involving foreign built-in losses..  .......       30       51       52       54       56       243
  Prescribe regulatory directive to address tax                                                                 
   avoidance through use of hybrids.............  .......       27       54       54       44       34       213

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  Modify foreign office material participation                                                                  
   exception applicable to inventory sales                                                                      
   attributable to nonresident's U.S. office....        1        7       10       10       11       11        49
  Stop abuse of CFC exception to ownership                                                                      
   requirements.................................  .......        4        9        7        5        5        30
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, eliminate unwarranted benefits and                                                                
     adopt other revenue measures \1\...........      323    4,342    4,289    4,725    4,699    4,959    23,014
                                                                                                                
Other provisions that affect receipts:                                                                          
  Reinstate environmental tax imposed on                                                                        
   corporate taxable income \2\.................  .......    1,074      696      690      690      691     3,841
  Reinstate Superfund excise taxes \1\..........       75      701      711      720      731      743     3,606
  Extend excise taxes on gasoline, diesel fuel                                                                  
   and special motor fuels \1\..................  .......  .......      371      382      391      403     1,547
  Convert airport and airway trust fund taxes to                                                                
   a cost-based user fee system \1\.............  .......  .......    1,700    1,700    1,700      850     5,950
  Receipts from tobacco legislation.............  .......    9,795   11,787   13,283   14,544   16,085    65,494
  Assess fees for examination of bank holding                                                                   
   companies and State-chartered member banks                                                                   
   (receipt effect) \1\.........................  .......       72       75       78       81       85       391
  Transfer retirees and certain active employees                                                                
   of the FDIC and Board of Governors of the                                                                    
   Federal Reserve to FEHBP (receipt effect)....  .......        1        1        1        1        1         5
  Repeal FERS open season (receipt effect)......        6      167      201      212      224      232     1,036
  Create solvency incentive for State                                                                           
   unemployment trust fund accounts \1\.........  .......  .......  .......      360      392  .......       752
                                                 ---------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, other provisions that affect                                                                      
     receipts \1\...............................       81   11,810   15,542   17,426   18,754   19,090    82,622
                                                                                                                
    Total effect of proposals \1\...............      -55   12,932   14,706   16,682   18,466   18,671    81,457
                                                                                                                
      (Paygo proposals) \1\.....................      -61   12,765   14,505   16,470   18,242   18,439    80,421
      (Non-paygo proposals).....................        6      167      201      212      224      232     1,036
                                                                                                                
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* $500,000 or less.                                                                                             
                                                                                                                
\1\ Net of income offsets.                                                                                      
                                                                                                                
\2\ Net of deductibility for income tax purposes.                                                               


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                                         Table S-7.  TOBACCO LEGISLATION                                        
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                 Estimate                  Total
                                                                 ----------------------------------------  1999-
                                                                   1999    2000    2001    2002    2003    2003 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                
USES OF RECEIPTS FROM TOBACCO LEGISLATION                                                                       
                                                                                                                
  Federally-operated Programs:                                                                                  
    Research Fund for America...................................     3.6     4.6     5.0     5.7     6.3    25.3
    Food and Drug Administration Enforcement Activities.........     0.1     0.2     0.3     0.3     0.3     1.2
    Health and Human Services/Centers for Disease Control                                                       
     Smoking Prevention.........................................     0.1     0.1     0.1     0.1     0.1     0.4
    Medicare Beneficiaries Cancer Clinical Trials Demonstration.     0.2     0.2     0.3  ......  ......     0.8
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federally-operated programs.....................     4.0     5.1     5.6     6.1     6.7    27.5
                                                                                                                
  State-administered Programs:                                                                                  
    Child Care and Development Block Grant......................     1.2     1.3     1.4     1.6     2.1     7.5
    Medicaid Child Outreach Reforms.............................     0.1     0.2     0.2     0.2     0.2     0.9
    Class Size Initiative.......................................     1.1     1.3     1.5     1.7     1.7     7.3
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, State-administered programs.....................     2.4     2.7     3.1     3.5     4.0    15.7
                                                                                                                
  Other Uses (Includes unrestricted funds for States, cessation                                                 
   programs, farmer assistance, etc.)...........................     3.4     3.9     4.6     5.0     5.4    22.3
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total Uses................................................     9.8    11.8    13.3    14.5    16.1    65.5
                                                                                                                
TOBACCO LEGISLATION RECEIPTS PROPOSED...........................     9.8    11.8    13.3    14.5    16.1    65.5
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                       Table S-8.  DISCRETIONARY PROPOSALS BY APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE                       
                                            (In millions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1997 Enacted        1998 Estimate       1999 Proposed     Change: 1998 to 
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------        1999      
   Appropriations Subcommittee                                                                ------------------
                                      BA      Outlays     BA      Outlays     BA      Outlays     BA     Outlays
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                
      Defense Discretionary                                                                                     
                                                                                                                
Commerce, Justice, State, and the                                                                               
 Judiciary.......................       263       180       265       347       336       326       71       -21
National Security................   244,267   249,593   247,326   243,163   250,763   245,042    3,437     1,879
Energy and Water Development.....    11,372    11,293    11,680    11,655    12,298    11,787      618       132
Military Construction............     9,850    10,190     8,896     9,505     7,779     8,935   -1,117      -570
Transportation and Related                                                                                      
 Agencies........................       300       279       300       300       309       307        9         7
Veterans Affairs, HUD, and                                                                                      
 Independent Agencies............       128       107       131       139       131       127  .......       -12
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Subtotal, Defense Discretionary                                                                               
   Spending......................   266,180   271,642   268,598   265,109   271,616   266,524    3,018     1,415
                                                                                                                
    Non-Defense Discretionary                                                                                   
                                                                                                                
Agriculture and Rural Development    13,890    13,645    13,944    14,449    13,672    13,796     -272      -653
Commerce, Justice, State, and the                                                                               
 Judiciary.......................    25,105    25,194    25,684    24,801    27,743    27,262    2,059     2,461
National Security................  ........        12  ........  ........  ........  ........  .......  ........
District of Columbia.............       719       719       823       823       427       427     -396      -396
Energy and Water Development.....     9,301     9,290     9,000     8,991     8,645     8,575     -355      -416
Foreign Operations...............    12,277    13,112    13,192    12,959    14,003    12,639      811      -320
Interior and Related Agencies....    13,238    13,459    13,788    13,788    14,098    14,282      310       494
Labor, HHS, and Education........    74,721    69,394    80,557    75,637    84,313    80,424    3,756     4,787
Legislative......................     2,202     2,127     2,257     2,299     2,466     2,461      209       162
Transportation and Related                                                                                      
 Agencies........................    37,377    36,978    40,053    37,411    40,620    38,506      567     1,095
Treasury, Postal Service, and                                                                                   
 General Government..............    12,042    12,102    12,700    12,613    13,562    13,203      862       590
Veterans Affairs, HUD, and                                                                                      
 Independent Agencies............    64,639    78,217    69,332    80,456    70,391    79,935    1,059      -521
Unassigned.......................  ........  ........  ........  ........     3,250     3,250    3,250     3,250
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Subtotal, Non-Defense                                                                                         
   Discretionary Spending........   265,512   274,250   281,330   284,228   293,190   294,760   11,860    10,533
                                                                                                                
     Violent Crime Reduction                                                                                    
                                                                                                                
Commerce, Justice, State, and the                                                                               
 Judiciary.......................     4,525     2,274     5,225     3,171     5,524     4,697      299     1,526
Labor, HHS, and Education........        61        41       144        97       144       133  .......        36
Treasury, Postal Service, and                                                                                   
 General Government..............        66        47       122        79       132       123       10        44
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Subtotal, Violent Crime                                                                                       
   Reduction Spending............     4,652     2,362     5,491     3,347     5,800     4,953      309     1,606
                                                                                                                
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, Discretionary                                                                                     
     Spending....................   536,344   548,254   555,419   552,684   570,606   566,237   15,187    13,554
                                                                                                                
      Designated Offsets for                                                                                    
      Discretionary Spending                                                                                    
                                                                                                                
Funds for America................  ........  ........  ........  ........    -5,823    -5,823   -5,823    -5,823
Emergency Discretionary..........  ........  ........  ........  ........    -2,424    -2,424   -2,424    -2,424
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Subtotal, Designated Offsets...  ........  ........  ........  ........    -8,247    -8,247   -8,247    -8,247
                                  ==============================================================================
    Total, Discretionary Spending   536,344   548,254   555,419   552,684   562,359   557,990    6,940     5,307
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                           SUMMARIES BY AGENCY

                                     

                              Table S-9.  DISCRETIONARY BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY                              
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Estimate                      
                     Function                        1997  -----------------------------------------------------
                                                    Actual    1998     1999     2000     2001     2002     2003 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch...............................      2.2      2.3      2.5      2.5      2.6      2.6      2.7
Judicial Branch..................................      3.0      3.2      3.5      3.6      3.8      3.9      4.0
Agriculture......................................     15.7     15.6     15.2     15.2     15.2     15.3     15.3
Commerce.........................................      3.8      4.2      4.9      6.1      4.0      3.9      3.9
Defense--Military................................    254.0    256.1    258.4    264.1    272.3    275.5    285.2
Education........................................     26.3     29.4     31.2     31.4     31.5     31.2     31.1
Energy...........................................     16.5     16.5     18.0     17.4     17.0     17.2     17.5
Health and Human Services........................     34.4     36.9     38.5     39.7     40.7     42.1     44.2
Housing and Urban Development....................     16.4     24.6     25.0     28.1     28.7     29.8     31.1
Interior.........................................      7.3      8.0      7.9      8.1      8.1      8.1      8.1
Justice..........................................     16.4     17.3     18.1     17.0     16.7     16.6     16.9
Labor............................................     10.2     10.7     11.1     11.0     11.0     11.0     11.1
State............................................      4.8      4.7      5.1      4.8      4.9      4.9      4.9
Transportation...................................     37.8     40.4     41.1     41.6     41.9     42.4     43.0
Treasury.........................................     10.6     11.5     12.3     11.5     11.5     11.5     11.5
Veterans Affairs.................................     18.9     18.9     18.9     18.9     18.9     18.9     19.5
Corps of Engineers...............................      4.1      4.1      3.2      3.5      3.3      3.3      3.4
Other Defense Civil Programs.....................      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1
Environmental Protection Agency..................      6.8      7.4      7.8      6.9      6.9      7.0      7.1
Executive Office of the President................      0.2      0.2      0.3      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2
Federal Emergency Management Agency..............      5.1      0.8      0.8      0.8      0.8      0.8      0.8
General Services Administration..................      0.6      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1
International Assistance Programs................     10.6     11.6     12.2     11.5     11.2     11.0     11.0
National Aeronautics and Space Administration....     13.7     13.6     13.5     13.3     13.3     13.4     13.4
National Science Foundation......................      3.3      3.4      3.8      3.9      4.0      4.1      4.2
Office of Personnel Management...................      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2
Small Business Administration....................      0.9      0.8      0.7      0.7      0.7      0.7      0.7
Social Security Administration...................      5.6      5.5      5.5      5.5      5.5      5.5      5.5
Other Independent Agencies.......................      6.7      7.0      7.4      7.3      7.4      7.2      7.2
Allowances.......................................  .......  .......      3.2  .......  .......  .......  .......
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
Total............................................    536.3    555.4    570.6    575.0    582.5    588.6    604.2
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                                  Table S-10.  DISCRETIONARY OUTLAYS BY AGENCY                                  
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Estimate                      
                     Function                        1997  -----------------------------------------------------
                                                    Actual    1998     1999     2000     2001     2002     2003 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch...............................      2.2      2.3      2.5      2.6      2.6      2.6      2.7
Judicial Branch..................................      3.0      3.2      3.5      3.6      3.8      3.9      4.0
Agriculture......................................     15.3     16.1     15.4     15.2     15.2     15.2     15.3
Commerce.........................................      4.0      4.2      4.6      6.0      4.2      3.9      3.9
Defense--Military................................    259.6    252.6    253.9    257.1    258.3    260.9    277.1
Education........................................     23.7     25.4     29.0     31.1     31.3     31.5     31.3
Energy...........................................     17.1     16.4     17.2     17.3     17.2     16.9     17.2
Health and Human Services........................     32.8     35.8     37.1     38.5     39.8     41.0     42.4
Housing and Urban Development....................     32.2     33.7     33.2     34.2     33.9     32.9     32.4
Interior.........................................      7.2      7.9      8.0      8.2      8.3      8.1      8.2
Justice..........................................     13.8     14.1     17.3     18.0     18.8     17.7     17.4
Labor............................................      9.8     10.7     10.6     10.9     10.9     11.0     11.0
State............................................      4.8      4.8      4.8      4.8      4.9      4.9      4.9
Transportation...................................     37.5     37.9     38.9     40.0     40.8     41.6     42.5
Treasury.........................................     10.4     10.9     11.9     11.5     11.4     11.4     11.5
Veterans Affairs.................................     18.6     19.1     19.0     18.9     18.9     18.9     19.4
Corps of Engineers...............................      3.7      4.1      3.5      3.4      3.4      3.3      3.4
Other Defense Civil Programs.....................      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1
Environmental Protection Agency..................      6.5      6.6      7.1      7.4      7.4      7.2      7.3
Executive Office of the President................      0.2      0.2      0.3      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2
Federal Emergency Management Agency..............      3.1      3.8      3.2      2.3      1.7      1.3      0.8
General Services Administration..................      0.9      0.7      0.2      0.2      0.2        *      0.1
International Assistance Programs................     11.3     11.5     11.0     11.5     11.3     11.3     11.2
National Aeronautics and Space Administration....     14.4     13.7     13.5     13.3     13.1     13.3     13.4
National Science Foundation......................      3.1      3.1      3.4      3.6      3.8      4.0      4.1
Office of Personnel Management...................      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2      0.2
Small Business Administration....................      0.9      0.8      0.8      0.7      0.7      0.7      0.7
Social Security Administration...................      5.0      5.7      5.7      5.6      5.5      5.5      5.5
Other Independent Agencies.......................      7.0      6.8      7.0      7.1      7.2      7.1      7.1
Allowances.......................................  .......  .......      3.2  .......  .......  .......  .......
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
Total............................................    548.3    552.7    566.2    573.8    575.1    576.8    595.3
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* $50 million or less.                                                                                          

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                                     Table S-11.  BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY                                    
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                         Estimate                               
           Agency                1997    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Actual       1998        1999        2000        2001        2002        2003   
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch..........        2.6         2.6         2.9         2.9         2.9         2.9         3.0 
Judicial Branch.............        3.4         3.6         3.9         4.1         4.2         4.3         4.5 
Agriculture.................       60.9        55.9        57.4        58.1        58.8        61.0        61.6 
Commerce....................        3.8         4.1         5.0         6.2         4.0         3.9         3.9 
Defense--Military...........      258.0       254.9       257.3       262.9       271.1       274.3       284.0 
Education...................       33.5        34.8        37.8        38.1        38.7        37.9        39.2 
Energy......................       14.1        14.5        16.1        15.3        14.7        14.7        14.9 
Health and Human Services...      353.7       362.6       381.0       404.8       431.2       444.0       478.6 
Housing and Urban                                                                                               
 Development................       16.1        23.8        21.4        27.9        28.5        30.1        30.5 
Interior....................        7.4         7.9         7.9         8.2         8.1         8.1         8.1 
Justice.....................       17.3        18.5        18.8        17.4        17.2        17.1        17.5 
Labor.......................       32.2        34.6        38.1        38.2        40.1        41.2        42.8 
State.......................        5.2         5.2         5.6         5.3         5.4         5.5         5.5 
Transportation..............       40.2        42.1        42.6        43.0        43.4        43.9        44.6 
Treasury....................      380.2       389.3       401.0       403.5       409.4       412.4       415.9 
Veterans Affairs............       39.9        42.7        42.8        43.6        44.4        45.1        47.1 
Corps of Engineers..........        4.2         4.1         3.3         3.5         3.3         3.4         3.4 
Other Defense Civil Programs       30.3        31.6        32.5        33.5        34.3        35.2        36.1 
Environmental Protection                                                                                        
 Agency.....................        6.5         7.2         7.8         6.9         6.9         7.0         7.1 
Executive Office of the                                                                                         
 President..................        0.2         0.2         0.3         0.2         0.2         0.2         0.2 
Federal Emergency Management                                                                                    
 Agency.....................        5.2         0.8         0.8         0.7         0.7         0.7         0.7 
General Services                                                                                                
 Administration.............        0.6         0.3         0.1         0.1         0.1        -0.5         0.1 
International Assistance                                                                                        
 Programs...................        8.5        10.3        10.4         9.4         9.8         9.8         9.7 
National Aeronautics and                                                                                        
 Space Administration.......       13.7        13.6        13.5        13.3        13.3        13.4        13.4 
National Science Foundation.        3.3         3.5         3.8         3.9         4.0         4.2         4.3 
Office of Personnel                                                                                             
 Management.................       44.8        47.5        50.0        52.3        54.6        56.9        59.3 
Small Business                                                                                                  
 Administration.............        0.8         0.2         0.7         0.7         0.7         0.7         0.7 
Social Security                                                                                                 
 Administration.............      394.2       408.7       426.4       444.3       463.1       484.1       505.7 
  On-Budget.................      (35.0)      (37.0)      (38.3)      (39.6)      (40.0)      (42.8)      (44.5)
  Off-Budget................     (359.2)     (371.7)     (388.2)     (404.6)     (423.1)     (441.3)     (461.2)
Other Independent Agencies..       17.1        22.4        20.5        22.3        23.8        22.5        24.4 
  On-Budget.................      (13.4)      (17.8)      (18.6)      (21.9)      (24.1)      (24.5)      (24.7)
  Off-Budget................       (3.7)       (4.6)       (1.9)       (0.4)      (-0.4)      (-2.1)      (-0.3)
Allowances..................  ..........  ..........        3.2   ..........  ..........  ..........  ..........
Undistributed Offsetting                                                                                        
 Receipts...................     -155.0      -160.2      -161.6      -172.0      -180.9      -197.5      -199.1 
  On-Budget.................    (-107.3)    (-106.3)    (-102.3)    (-106.7)    (-109.1)    (-118.6)    (-112.5)
  Off-Budget................     (-47.7)     (-53.9)     (-59.3)     (-65.3)     (-71.7)     (-78.9)     (-86.6)
                             ===================================================================================
Total.......................    1,642.9     1,687.3     1,751.0     1,798.7     1,856.1     1,886.4     1,967.7 
  On-Budget.................   (1,327.7)   (1,364.9)   (1,420.2)   (1,458.9)   (1,505.1)   (1,526.0)   (1,593.5)
  Off-Budget................     (315.2)     (322.4)     (330.7)     (339.8)     (351.1)     (360.4)     (374.2)
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                                         Table S-12.  OUTLAYS BY AGENCY                                         
                                            (In billions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                         Estimate                               
           Agency                1997    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Actual       1998        1999        2000        2001        2002        2003   
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch..........        2.4         2.9         2.8         2.9         2.9         2.9         3.0 
Judicial Branch.............        3.3         3.7         4.0         4.0         4.1         4.3         4.4 
Agriculture.................       52.5        55.0        54.3        56.4        56.6        58.0        60.3 
Commerce....................        3.8         4.1         4.6         6.0         4.1         3.9         3.9 
Defense--Military...........      258.3       251.4       252.6       255.8       257.1       259.7       275.8 
Education...................       30.0        30.7        33.9        36.2        36.8        36.5        37.8 
Energy......................       14.5        14.4        15.2        15.2        14.9        14.4        14.6 
Health and Human Services...      339.5       359.1       380.8       401.0       427.7       441.4       476.0 
Housing and Urban                                                                                               
 Development................       27.5        31.0        31.6        31.9        31.4        30.8        29.5 
Interior....................        6.7         7.9         7.9         8.2         8.2         7.9         8.1 
Justice.....................       14.3        15.5        18.2        18.5        19.2        18.2        17.9 
Labor.......................       30.5        32.1        36.0        38.0        39.3        40.1        41.8 
State.......................        5.2         5.3         5.3         5.4         5.5         5.5         5.5 
Transportation..............       39.8        40.5        41.3        42.2        42.8        43.5        44.4 
Treasury....................      379.3       387.2       399.2       402.3       407.9       410.8       414.4 
Veterans Affairs............       39.3        43.1        43.2        43.9        44.7        45.4        47.4 
Corps of Engineers..........        3.6         4.1         3.5         3.4         3.3         3.3         3.3 
Other Defense Civil Programs       30.3        31.5        32.4        33.4        34.3        35.1        36.0 
Environmental Protection                                                                                        
 Agency.....................        6.2         6.4         7.1         7.4         7.4         7.3         7.3 
Executive Office of the                                                                                         
 President..................        0.2         0.2         0.3         0.2         0.2         0.2         0.2 
Federal Emergency Management                                                                                    
 Agency.....................        3.3         3.7         3.1         2.2         1.5         1.1         0.6 
General Services                                                                                                
 Administration.............        1.1         0.9         0.2         0.2         0.2        -0.5         0.1 
International Assistance                                                                                        
 Programs...................       10.1         9.6         9.5        10.2        10.0        10.2        10.2 
National Aeronautics and                                                                                        
 Space Administration.......       14.4        13.7        13.5        13.3        13.1        13.3        13.4 
National Science Foundation.        3.1         3.2         3.4         3.7         3.9         4.0         4.1 
Office of Personnel                                                                                             
 Management.................       45.4        46.4        48.6        50.8        53.0        54.6        57.8 
Small Business                                                                                                  
 Administration.............        0.3        -0.1        -0.4        -0.3         0.7         0.7         0.7 
Social Security                                                                                                 
 Administration.............      393.3       410.5       425.7       442.9       461.7       482.4       503.9 
  On-Budget.................      (34.9)      (38.6)      (38.4)      (39.7)      (40.0)      (42.8)      (44.5)
  Off-Budget................     (358.4)     (371.8)     (387.3)     (403.3)     (421.6)     (439.6)     (459.4)
Other Independent Agencies..       -2.1        14.0        13.7        21.8        22.5        21.9        22.1 
  On-Budget.................      (-2.1)      (12.3)      (12.9)      (19.3)      (22.0)      (22.7)      (23.8)
  Off-Budget................      (-0.0)       (1.7)       (0.8)       (2.4)       (0.5)      (-0.8)      (-1.7)
Allowances..................  ..........  ..........        3.2   ..........  ..........  ..........  ..........
Undistributed Offsetting                                                                                        
 Receipts...................     -155.0      -160.2      -161.6      -172.0      -180.9      -197.5      -199.1 
  On-Budget.................    (-107.3)    (-106.3)    (-102.3)    (-106.7)    (-109.1)    (-118.6)    (-112.5)
  Off-Budget................     (-47.7)     (-53.9)     (-59.3)     (-65.3)     (-71.7)     (-78.9)     (-86.6)
                             ===================================================================================
Total.......................    1,601.2     1,667.8     1,733.2     1,785.0     1,834.4     1,859.6     1,945.4 
  On-Budget.................   (1,290.6)   (1,348.1)   (1,404.4)   (1,444.6)   (1,484.0)   (1,499.6)   (1,574.3)
  Off-Budget................     (310.6)     (319.7)     (328.9)     (340.4)     (350.4)     (360.0)     (371.1)
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                          OTHER SUMMARY TABLES

                                     

                                    Table S-13.  RECEIPTS BY SOURCE--SUMMARY                                    
                                            (In millions of dollars)                                            
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                         Estimate                               
           Source                1997    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Actual       1998        1999        2000        2001        2002        2003   
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Individual income taxes.....    737,466     767,768     791,454     804,564     833,364     877,053     915,533 
Corporation income taxes....    182,293     190,842     197,965     202,929     209,151     214,684     220,436 
Social insurance and                                                                                            
 retirement receipts........    539,371     571,374     595,886     623,038     649,048     677,808     706,520 
  (On-budget)...............   (147,381)   (155,383)   (161,758)   (169,135)   (176,317)   (183,466)   (189,877)
  (Off-budget)..............   (391,990)   (415,991)   (434,128)   (453,903)   (472,731)   (494,342)   (516,643)
Excise taxes................     56,924      55,540      72,009      69,632      71,631      73,950      74,577 
Estate and gift taxes.......     19,845      20,436      20,541      21,642      22,619      24,447      25,619 
Customs duties..............     17,928      18,363      18,175      19,531      20,387      22,375      24,050 
Miscellaneous receipts......     25,465      33,535      46,706      52,240      56,382      58,982      61,422 
                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total receipts............  1,579,292   1,657,858   1,742,736   1,793,576   1,862,582   1,949,299   2,028,157 
    (On-budget).............  (1,187,302                                                                        
                                       )  (1,241,867                                                            
                                                   )  (1,308,608                                                
                                                               )  (1,339,673                                    
                                                                           )  (1,389,851                        
                                                                                       )  (1,454,957            
                                                                                                   )  (1,511,514
                                                                                                               )
    (Off-budget)............   (391,990)   (415,991)   (434,128)   (453,903)   (472,731)   (494,342)   (516,643)
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                                                 Table S-14.  FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH                                                
                                        (Civilian employment as measured by Full-Time Equivalents, in thousands)                                        
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     Actual                            Estimate        Change: 1993 base
                                                        1993   ----------------------------------------------------------------------       to 1999     
                       Agency                           Base                                                                         -------------------
                                                                  1993      1994      1995      1996      1997      1998      1999      FTE's    Percent
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cabinet agencies:                                                                                                                                       
  Agriculture \1\...................................     115.6     114.4     109.8     103.8     100.7      98.5      99.0      97.1     -18.6    -16.1%
  Commerce..........................................      36.7      36.1      36.0      35.3      33.8      32.6      38.3      44.2       7.4     20.2%
  Defense-military functions........................     931.3     931.8     868.3     821.7     778.9     745.8     731.0     708.5    -222.8    -23.9%
  Education.........................................       5.0       4.9       4.8       4.8       4.7       4.5       4.6       4.6      -0.4     -8.0%
  Energy............................................      20.6      20.3      19.8      19.7      19.1      17.3      17.1      16.6      -4.0    -19.3%
  Health and Human Services \1\.....................      65.0      66.1      62.9      59.3      57.2      57.6      58.5      59.8      -5.1     -7.9%
  Social Security Administration....................      65.4      64.8      64.5      64.6      64.0      65.2      65.7      63.9      -1.5     -2.3%
  Housing and Urban Development.....................      13.6      13.3      13.1      12.1      11.4      11.0      10.4      10.0      -3.6    -26.7%
  Interior..........................................      79.3      78.1      76.3      72.0      66.7      65.7      67.6      69.1     -10.2    -12.9%
  Justice...........................................      99.4      95.4      95.3      97.9     103.8     111.0     119.8     125.4      26.0     26.1%
  Labor.............................................      18.3      18.0      17.5      16.8      16.0      15.9      16.7      17.0      -1.3     -7.2%
  State.............................................      26.0      25.6      25.2      23.9      22.9      22.4      22.9      23.2      -2.8    -10.9%
  Transportation....................................      70.3      69.1      66.4      63.2      62.4      62.5      64.9      65.9      -4.5     -6.3%
  Treasury..........................................     166.1     161.1     157.3     157.5     151.1     145.5     146.0     147.9     -18.2    -10.9%
  Veterans Affairs \1\..............................     232.4     234.2     233.1     228.5     221.9     211.5     206.0     203.9     -28.5    -12.3%
                                                                                                                                                        
Other agencies--excluding Postal Service:                                                                                                               
  AID \1\...........................................       4.4       4.1       3.9       3.6       3.4       2.8       2.9       2.8      -1.5    -35.1%
  Corps of Engineers................................      29.2      28.4      27.9      27.7      27.1      26.0      26.1      25.6      -3.6    -12.3%
  Environmental Protection Agency...................      18.6      17.9      17.6      17.5      17.2      17.0      18.0      18.4      -0.2     -1.1%
  EEOC..............................................       2.9       2.8       2.8       2.8       2.7       2.6       2.6       2.7      -0.1     -3.8%
  FEMA..............................................       2.7       4.0       4.9       4.6       4.7       5.1       4.7       4.7       1.9     70.2%
  FDIC/RTC..........................................      21.6      21.9      20.0      15.7      11.8       8.7       8.5       7.7     -13.9    -64.3%
  General Services Administration...................      20.6      20.2      19.5      17.0      15.7      14.5      14.1      14.0      -6.6    -32.2%
  NASA..............................................      25.7      24.9      23.9      22.4      21.1      20.1      19.6      18.7      -7.0    -27.3%
  National Archives and Records.....................       2.8       2.6       2.6       2.4       2.5       2.5       2.5       2.6      -0.2     -6.5%
  National Labor Relations Board....................       2.1       2.1       2.1       2.0       1.9       1.9       1.9       1.9      -0.2    -10.7%
  National Science Foundation.......................       1.3       1.2       1.2       1.2       1.3       1.2       1.2       1.2      -0.1    -10.7%
  Nuclear Regulatory Commission.....................       3.4       3.4       3.3       3.2       3.1       3.0       3.0       3.0      -0.4    -13.0%
  Office of Personnel Management....................       6.2       5.9       5.3       4.2       3.4       2.8       3.0       3.0      -3.2    -51.6%
  Panama Canal Commission...........................       8.7       8.5       8.5       8.8       9.0       9.5      10.0      10.0       1.3     14.8%
  Peace Corps.......................................       1.3       1.2       1.2       1.2       1.1       1.1       1.1       1.3       0.0      1.7%
  Railroad Retirement Board.........................       2.0       1.8       1.7       1.6       1.5       1.4       1.3       1.2      -0.6    -34.8%
  SEC...............................................       2.7       2.7       2.7       2.7       2.8       2.8       2.8       2.8       0.1      3.2%
  Small Business Administration.....................       4.0       5.6       6.3       5.7       4.7       4.5       4.7       4.9       0.9     22.8%
  Smithsonian Institution...........................       5.9       5.5       5.4       5.3       5.1       5.0       5.2       5.3      -0.6     -9.6%
  Tennessee Valley Authority........................      19.1      17.3      18.6      16.6      16.0      14.9      14.4      13.8      -5.4    -28.1%
  United States Information Agency..................       8.7       8.3       8.1       7.7       7.0       6.6       6.7       6.7      -1.9    -22.4%
  All other small agencies..........................      16.1      15.4      15.0      15.1      14.1      13.9      14.6      14.7      -1.4     -9.0%
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total, Executive Branch civilian employment.........   2,155.2   2,138.8   2,052.7   1,970.2   1,891.7   1,834.7   1,837.4   1,824.2    -331.1    -15.4%
  Reduction from 1993 Base..........................  ........     -16.4    -102.5    -185.0    -263.5    -320.5    -317.8    -331.1  ........  ........
Subtotal, Defense...................................     931.3     931.8     868.3     821.7     778.9     745.8     731.0     708.5    -222.8    -23.9%
Subtotal, Non-Defense...............................   1,223.9   1,207.1   1,184.4   1,148.4   1,112.8   1,088.9   1,106.4   1,115.6    -108.3     -8.8%
                                                     ===================================================================================================
Status of Federal Civilian Employment Relative to                                                                                                       
 FWRA \2\                                                                                                                                               
  Total, Executive Branch Employment................  ........  ........   2,052.7   1,970.2   1,891.7   1,834.7   1,837.4   1,824.2  ........  ........
  Less: FTEs exempt from FWRA.......................  ........  ........       5.7       5.7       7.6       7.4       5.4       5.5  ........  ........
  Total, Executive Branch subject to FWRA Ceiling...  ........  ........   2,047.0   1,964.4   1,884.1   1,827.3   1,832.0   1,818.7  ........  ........
  FWRA Ceiling......................................  ........  ........   2,084.6   2,043.3   2,003.3   1,963.3   1,922.3   1,882.3  ........  ........
  Executive Branch Employment Relative to FWRA                                                                                                          
   Ceiling..........................................  ........  ........     -37.6     -78.9    -119.2    -136.1     -90.3     -63.6  ........  ........
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\1\ The Departments of Agriculture, Health and Human Services, Veterans Affairs, and the Agency for International Development have components that are  
  exempt from FTE controls. In 1999, Agriculture has 2,128 exemptions; HHS has 342 exemptions; Veterans Affairs has 3,020 exemptions and AID has 10     
  exemptions.                                                                                                                                           
\2\ FTE liminations are set for the Executive Branch in the Federal Workforce Restructuring Act of 1994 (P.L. 103-226) from 1994-99.                    


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                             Table S-15.  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCING AND DEBT \1\                             
                                             (In billions of dollars)                                           
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Estimate                      
                                                     1997  -----------------------------------------------------
                                                    Actual    1998     1999     2000     2001     2002     2003 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Financing:                                                                                                      
  Surplus or deficit (-).........................    -21.9    -10.0      9.5      8.5     28.2     89.7     82.8
    (On-budget)..................................   -103.3   -106.3    -95.7   -104.9    -94.1    -44.6    -62.8
    (Off-budget).................................     81.4     96.3    105.3    113.5    122.3    134.4    145.5
  Means of financing other than borrowing from                                                                  
   the public:                                                                                                  
    Changes in: \2\                                                                                             
      Treasury operating cash balance............      0.6      3.6  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......
      Checks outstanding, etc.\3\................      4.0     -2.2     -4.5  .......  .......  .......  .......
      Deposit fund balances......................     -0.4     -1.6       -*  .......  .......  .......  .......
    Seigniorage on coins.........................      0.5      0.4      0.7      0.7      0.7      0.7      0.7
    Less: Net financing disbursements:                                                                          
      Direct loan financing accounts.............    -21.0    -15.0    -15.4    -13.2    -15.4    -14.1    -13.4
      Guaranteed loan financing accounts.........      0.1     -0.9     -0.7     -0.5     -0.1     -0.1     -0.1
        Total, means of financing other than                                                                    
         borrowing from the public...............    -16.2    -15.7    -20.0    -13.0    -14.8    -13.5    -12.8
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, requirement for borrowing from                                                                 
           the public............................    -38.2    -25.7    -10.5     -4.4     13.4     76.2     70.0
   Change in debt held by the public.............     38.2     25.7     10.5      4.4    -13.4    -76.2    -70.0
                                                                                                                
Debt Outstanding, End of Year:                                                                                  
  Gross Federal debt:                                                                                           
    Debt issued by Treasury......................  5,336.5  5,514.5  5,710.1  5,888.7  6,052.9  6,178.8  6,313.4
    Debt issued by other agencies................     33.2     29.1     28.0     27.1     26.0     24.9     22.8
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, gross Federal debt..................  5,369.7  5,543.6  5,738.1  5,915.7  6,078.9  6,203.7  6,336.2
  Held by:                                                                                                      
    Government accounts..........................  1,598.6  1,746.8  1,930.8  2,104.0  2,280.6  2,481.6  2,684.1
    The public...................................  3,771.1  3,796.8  3,807.3  3,811.7  3,798.3  3,722.1  3,652.1
      Federal Reserve Banks......................    424.5  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......
      Other......................................  3,346.6  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......
                                                                                                                
Debt Subject to Statutory Limitation, End of                                                                    
 Year:                                                                                                          
  Debt issued by Treasury........................  5,336.5  5,514.5  5,710.1  5,888.7  6,052.9  6,178.8  6,313.4
  Less: Treasury debt not subject to limitation                                                                 
   \4\...........................................    -15.5    -15.5    -15.5    -15.5    -15.5    -15.5    -15.5
  Agency debt subject to limitation..............      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1      0.1
  Adjustment for discount and premium \5\........      6.6      6.6      6.6      6.6      6.6      6.6      6.6
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, debt subject to statutory limitation                                                                 
     \6\.........................................  5,327.6  5,505.6  5,701.2  5,879.8  6,044.0  6,169.9  6,304.5
                                                                                                                
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* $50 million or less.                                                                                          
                                                                                                                
\1\ Treasury securities held by the public and zero-coupon bonds held by Government accounts are almost entirely
  measured at sales price plus amortized discount or less amortized premium. Agency debt is almost entirely     
  measured at face value. Treasury securities in the Government account series are measured at face value less  
  unrealized discount (if any).                                                                                 
                                                                                                                
\2\ A decrease in the Treasury operating cash balance (which is an asset) would be a means of financing the     
  deficit and therefore has a positive sign. An increase in checks outstanding or deposit fund balances (which  
  are liabilities) would also be a means of financing the deficit and therefore would also have a positive sign.
                                                                                                                
\3\ Besides checks outstanding, includes accrued interest payable on Treasury debt, miscellaneous liability     
  accounts, allocations of special drawing rights, and, as an offset, cash and monetary assets other than the   
  Treasury operating cash balance, miscellaneous asset accounts, and profit on sale of gold.                    
                                                                                                                
\4\ Consists primarily of Federal Financing Bank debt.                                                          
                                                                                                                
\5\ Consists of unamortized discount (less premium) on public issues of Treasury notes and bonds (other than    
  zero-coupon bonds) and unrealized discount on Government account series securities.                           
                                                                                                                
\6\ The statutory debt limit is $5,950 billion.                                                                 

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                                 Table S-16.  COMPARISON OF ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS                                
                                                (Calendar years)                                                
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                 Projections                    
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                                                              1998     1999     2000     2001     2002     2003 
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Real GDP (chain-weighted): \1\                                                                                  
   1998 Mid-Session Review................................      2.0      2.0      2.2      2.4      2.4      2.4
   CBO January............................................      2.3      1.9      1.9      2.0      2.2      2.3
   1999 Budget............................................      2.0      2.0      2.0      2.3      2.4      2.4
                                                                                                                
Chain-weighted GDP Price Index: \1\                                                                             
   1998 Mid-Session Review................................      2.5      2.4      2.4      2.4      2.4      2.4
   CBO January............................................      2.1      2.2      2.4      2.5      2.4      2.5
   1999 Budget............................................      2.0      2.1      2.2      2.2      2.2      2.2
                                                                                                                
Consumer Price Index (all-urban): \1\                                                                           
   1998 Mid-Session Review................................      2.6      2.5      2.5      2.5      2.5      2.5
   CBO January............................................      2.4      2.5      2.7      2.8      2.8      2.8
   1999 Budget............................................      2.2      2.2      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3
                                                                                                                
Unemployment rate: \2\                                                                                          
   1998 Mid-Session Review................................      5.2      5.4      5.5      5.5      5.5      5.5
   CBO January............................................      4.8      5.1      5.4      5.6      5.8      5.9
   1999 Budget............................................      4.9      5.1      5.3      5.4      5.4      5.4
                                                                                                                
Interest rates: \2\                                                                                             
  91-day Treasury bills:                                                                                        
     1998 Mid-Session Review..............................      5.1      4.9      4.6      4.4      4.4      4.4
     CBO January..........................................      5.3      5.2      4.8      4.7      4.7      4.7
     1999 Budget..........................................      5.0      4.9      4.8      4.7      4.7      4.7
                                                                                                                
  10-year Treasury notes:                                                                                       
     1998 Mid-Session Review..............................      6.1      5.8      5.6      5.4      5.4      5.4
     CBO January..........................................      6.0      6.1      6.0      5.9      5.9      5.9
     1999 Budget..........................................      5.9      5.8      5.8      5.7      5.7      5.7
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\1\ Percent change, fourth quarter over fourth quarter.                                                         
\2\ Annual averages, percent.                                                                                   




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