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This analysis presents Federal obligations in terms of the object classification prescribed in Bureau of the Budget Circular No. A-12. The presentation is based on the detailed schedules contained in the Budget Appendix for 1971, and reflects a breakdown of total obligations incurred reconciled to the net obligations shown in Table 7 of the 1971 Budget.

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Because of rounding, the detailed figures in the tables may not add to the totals, and the totals may differ from those in other budget tables.

An asterisk (*) in the tables denotes less than $500 thousand.

The amounts shown for Federal funds in a few of the tables of this analysis differ from those in Table B-3 of Special Analysis B, "Funds in the Budget." Figures in Table B-3 were drawn from preliminary computer runs which have now been corrected. The major differences result from Table B-3's erroneous inclusion in "Other independent agencies" of the 1970 and 1971 "Allowances" which are shown separately and apply to all agencies. Under Bureau of the Budget Circular No. A-12 provision is made for the uniform classification of financial transactions of the Federal Government in the following manner:

INTRODUCTION

Object classes describe the nature of the service or article for which obligations are incurred, regardless of the purpose or program served. Thus, obligations for purchasing an automobile are classified under object class 31, Equipment, whether the automobile is used for national defense, law enforcement, or construction activities.

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Object class data present the total amount obligated (or estimated) for purchase of articles or services. The price of an automobile, for example, may include charges by the supplier for transportation, and the entire amount is classified under object class 31.

The summary table which follows combines Federal and trust funds and provides a reconciliation between total obligations and net obligations. It also presents a distribution of net obligations between Federal and trust funds. In the summary and detailed tables, interfund and intragovernmental payments from one agency or fund to another are treated as offsets to total obligations to avoid double counting. Similarly, proprietary receipts, representing receipts that are market-oriented in character, are offset against total obligations to derive net obligations. 10 Personal services and benefits. 20 Contractual services and supplies 30 Acquisition of capital assets 40 Grants and fixed charges 90 Other.

SUMMARY OF OBLIGATIONS BY MAJOR OBJECT CLASS

(In millions of dollars)

1969
actual

1970
estimate

1971
estimate

Description

48,451 79,377 37,139 94,729 3,359

52,233
76,944
36,634
106,222

2,670

51,834
72,971
35,442
117,064

7,608

Total obligations incurred.

263,054

274 , 703

284,919

Deduct:

Reimbursements credited to appropriations:

Within the Government.

From the public..
Proprietary receipts.
Interfund and intragovernmental transactions
Recoveries of prior year obligations..

34,537 27,214 4,192 8,714 3,251

32,909 24,460 4,211 9,704 1,108

32,627 26,694

5,538 11,250 1,666

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ALL AGENCIES
OBLIGATIONS BY OBJECTS 99/99
FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1969, 1970 ANO 1971

(IN MILLIONS OR DOLLARSI

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1969 ACTUAL
FEDERAL TRUST
FUNDS

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1966
4330
2751

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14709
1688
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14519
1607
1349

161
2013
4338
2757

22840
13683
106
1323

130
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4406
3091

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1023
1374

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2215
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3097

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14709
1706
1947

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1106
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DESCRIPTION

10 PERSONAL SERVICES AND BENEFITS,......
11 PERSONNEL COMPENSATION

PERMANENT POSITIONS...............
MILITARY PERSONNEL................
POSITIONS OTHER THAN PERMANENT....
OTHER PERSUNNEL COMPENSATION......

SPECIAL PERSONAL SERVICE PAYMENTS,
12 PERSONNEL BENEFITS

PERSONNEL BENEFITS, MILITARY,......
10 BENEFITS FOR FORMER PERSONNEL.....

410
30711
35914

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3912
13508

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20 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES AND SUPPLIES....

21 TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION, PERSONS
22 TRANSPORTATION OF THINGS..........
23 RENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND UTILITIES
24 PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION.........
25 OTHER SERVICES, ...................

26 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS............
30 ACQUISITION OF CAPITAL ASSETS,

31 EQUIPMENT.................no
32 LANDS AND STRUCTURES..............

33 INVESTMENTS AND LOANS.............
40 GRANTS AND FIXED CHARGES.............

41 GRANTS, SUBSIDIES AND CONTRIBUTNS,
*2 INSURANCE CLAIMS AND INDEMNITIES.
43 INTEREST AND DIVIDENDS............
44 REFUNDS...........................
OTHER.............
91 UNVOUCHERED, ......................
92 NOT DISTRIBUTED OTHERWISE.........
93 ADMIN AND NONADMIN EXPENSES,......
94 CHANGE IN SELECTED RESOURCES
95 QUARTERS, AND SUBSISTENCE CHANGES..
96 CHANGES IN OWJECT CLASSIFICATION,

PROPOSED FOR SEPARATE TRANSMITTAL,
TOTAL OBLIGATIONS INCURRED........

6181
18330

........

10
220

2796

LESS REIMBURSEMENTS AND OTHER OFFSETS,..

REIMBURSEMENTS CREDITED TO APPRUPS,
FROM FEDERAL FUNDS..................,
FROM TRUST FUNDS
FROM THE PUBLIC...............
RECOVERIES OF PRIUR VEAR OBLIGATIONS,
PROPRIETARY RECEIPTS (NETTED)........
INTERFUND TRANSACTIONS................

SUO TOTAL..........................
INTRAGOVERNMENTAL TRANSACTIONS, ...

NET UNLIGATIONS INCURRED.....

- 32900

149949

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