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  1. Putting Trust in the US Budget: Federal Trust Funds and the Politics of Commitment (Theories of Institutional Design) by Eric M. Patashnik, 2000-08-28
  2. Endpoint: FY2006 budget.(US Federal Government ): An article from: Instrument Business Outlook
  3. Women and the federal budget: How it affects us, how we affect it by Claire Gorfinkel, 1980
  4. US budget for FY2003.: An article from: Instrument Business Outlook
  5. The FY 2007 US budget.: An article from: Instrument Business Outlook
  6. The Federal budget deficit: where do we go from here? (1992 US budget deficit) (Capitol Corridors): An article from: The National Public Accountant by Dorothea Barr, 1992-08-01
  7. State differences in the federal balance of payments.(US)(Illustration)(Statistical Data Included): An article from: South Dakota Business Review by Ralph J. Brown, 2001-12-01
  8. The US fiscal 2009 budget.(Statistical data): An article from: Instrument Business Outlook by Unavailable, 2009-04-15
  9. Guide to the Federal Budget 1988: Fiscal --1987 publication. by Stanley E. Collender, 1987-01-01
  10. The Role of the Office of Homeland Security in the Federal Budget Process: Recommendations for Effective Long-Term Engagement by Victoria A. Greenfield, 2002-05-31
  11. Guide to Federal Budget-84 CB by Stanley E. Collender, 1983
  12. Budget should spur political action.(LETTERS: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK): An article from: Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand by Heather Symes, 2010-06-01
  13. Downsizing the Federal Goverment by Chris Edwards, 2005-11-25
  14. Family Budget 101 - Essential Guide On How ToEffectively Set up a Family Budget by Jolyn M., 2010-02-15

1. US Federal Budget
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2. Budget Explorer: The Complete US Federal Budget
Offers an interactive study of how the federal government is spending tax dollars between different departments. Explore the entire U.S. federal budget quickly and easily. item in the U.S. federal budget is health care. explore the U.S. federal budget, your Web browser must
Explore the entire U.S. Federal Budget quickly and easily. Balance the budget to reduce the National Debt. Learn how your Federal taxes are spent. Do you know where your money goes? The largest item in the U.S. Federal Budget is health care. Medicare/Medicaid and Social Security are each 20% of Federal expenses. National Defense requires about 15%. Finally, interest payments require about 15% because of the National Debt built up over previous years. To explore the U.S. Federal Budget, your Web browser must support JavaScript. If you are seeing this text, then either your browser does not support JavaScript, or it has JavaScript disabled. Please upgrade your browser or enable JavaScript. Budget
Explorer Percentages Budget Results Questions ... Help Estimate budget percentages by choosing from the "10%" menus. Then click "Next" to see current budget percentages. To explore the U.S. Federal Budget, your Web browser must support Java and JavaScript. If you are seeing this text, then either your browser does not support Java, or it has Java disabled. Please upgrade your browser or enable Java.
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3. Office Of Management And Budget
Links to text of federal budget publications from 1996 to the present, released February 7, 2000 .Category Regional North America Office of Management and budget...... budget documents online, via telephone or fax, or at a local us Government Bookstore.You may also view budget documents at federal Depository Libraries.
Fiscal Year 2004 Budget The 2004 Budget was transmitted to Congress on February 3, 2003 and covers the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2003. Spreadsheet Files
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You can perform full-text searches of Budget documents and download individual sections in PDF or text format using GPO's WAIS database system. Purchasing the CD-ROM
A CD-ROM containing the Budget documents, spreadsheets and database is available for purchase from the Government Printing Office. The Statistical tables of the February 2003 Economic Report of the President are available in spreadsheet format. You may use the following links to purchase budget documents online, via telephone or fax, or at a local U.S. Government Bookstore. You may also view budget documents at Federal Depository Libraries. Order Products U.S. Government Bookstores Locate Libraries
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The 2003 Budget was transmitted to Congress on February 4, 2002 and covers the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2002.

4. Center On Budget And Policy Priorities
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5. Budget Of The US Government, FY 2001: Download Documents
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6. FedStats Home Page
A gateway to statistics from over 100 us federal agencies.Category Business Management Strategy and Forecasting Resources...... Statistics by geography from us agencies International comparisons, national,State, county federal statistical policy budget documents, working
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7. U.S. Chief Financial Officers Council
Organization of the CFOs and Deputy CFOs of the largest federal agencies, senior officials of the Office of Management and budget and the Department of the Treasury who work collaboratively to improve financial management in the U.S. Government.
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8. Social Security Online
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9. Federal Transit Administration
Compiles statistics and makes recommendations for us mass transit.Category Business Transportation and Logistics United States...... us DOT Secretary Norman Mineta and us Department of President Bush for his Commitmentto federal Investment in Bush's release of his proposed FY 2004 budget.
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Way to go, San Diego! San Diego Trolley, Inc., an operator of the Metropolitan Transit System, scored its own touchdown on Super Bowl Sunday with near perfect transit service to handle the huge increase in volume. "Compared to five years ago, this thing was like magic today," said Senior Transportation Consultant Paul Ridgeway. The Metropolitan Transit System reports that 23,000 fans were carried to the big game by trolley, representing one-third of the total game attendance. The postgame operation went flawlessly according to San Diego Trolley, Inc., which cleared out the stadium in just two hours after the end of the game. San Diego planned ahead to provide additional services-and security-for the Super Bowl, and by all accounts their planning paid off in smooth service. Staff set up manual ticket sales units to augment the regular machine ticket sales, provided 665 additional train trips (53 percent more than the regular schedule), and deployed special station teams to respond to possible glitches or incidents. Security measures were especially paramount on game day. Throughout the year of preparation San Diego Trolley Security and Operations coordinated with state, local, and federal authorities to enhance security. They are delighted to report that there was not a single security incident that interrupted service. FTA Administrator Dorn Lauds President Bush

10. U.S. National Debt Clock
Another National Debt clock, this one not in Java, with many useful links, and a National Debt FAQ.Category Society Issues Economic National Debt...... President Clinton Announces Another Record budget Surplus (CNN ABC News) 4 Aug 99 us to buy generations Grandfather Economic Report on federal Government Debt
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11. US Federal Budget : Experts
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12. US Federal R D Funds/Total Budget Ratio
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Chart 7 Almost all off budget receipts and disbursements are for social security programs (the Federal Old Age and Survivors Insurance and the Federal Disability Insurance trust funds) which are excluded from the budget totals by the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. Off budget outlays for FY 1994, as provided in the President's 1995 budget proposal, are estimated at $281 billion. See Office of Management and Budget, The Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 1995 (Washington, DC: GPO, 1994). As a percentage of total Federal on budget outlays, interest payments on the national debt rose from 13.8 percent in 1983 to 19.4 percent in 1989. In 1994 the estimated share of on budget outlays for interest payments was 19.3 percent.

13. Public Priorities In The Allocation Of The US Federal Budget - Global Policy For
Public Priorities in the Allocation of the us federal budget. Commentby Jeffrey Laurenti, Executive Director of Policy Studies, UNAusA
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Comment by Jeffrey Laurenti, Executive Director of Policy Studies, UNA-USA: Some fascinating data was just released by the ever-enterprising psephologists (i.e., polling mavens) at the University of Maryland's Program on International Policy Attitudes (PIPA). Their exercise consists of taking a random sample of Americans, giving them basic information on US government spending, and asking them to indicate which categories of spending should be increased, which should be reduced, and which stay the same. What is most striking is how, among expenditure items dealing with the rest of the world, by far the highest support for increased spending is for the United Nations. (36% called for more funding for itnot just more funding, but throwing money at it: among all respondents, the overall change advocated for the U.N. was to more than triple current funding levels!) This dwarfs funding for State, the Pentagon, USAID, and military aid, all of which which respondents favored reducing. Most amazing is that the increase the public sampled here wants to give to the U.N. is, in percentage terms, the highest percentage increase of any category, foreign or domestic. Reassuringly for the survey's credibility, the areas where PIPA's surveyed citizens wanted to pour the most new funding (in terms of dollar amounts rather than percentage increases) are the red-button issues of this year's campaign: medical, education, jobs, and environment. These numbers certainly don't indicate where Washington's policymakers priorities may lie, but they do suggest there is considerable public willingness to rethink the relative roles of the different pieces of America's international and national-security strategiesand that "the U.N. idea" scores well with the public in that rethinking.

14. Nature Publishing Group
doi10.1038/6955 March 1999 Volume 17 Number 3 p 219. Overview of FY 2000US federal budget request Jeffrey L. Fox The Clinton Administration's

15. Wired News: The Future Of Federal Labs: Only In Cyberspace?
The us$42million Joint Genome Institute won't need a furniture budget. It will be built solely in cyberspace. Wired News,1282,839,00.html
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08:00 PM Dec. 05, 1996 PT When US federal scientists open the Joint Genome Institute in January, they won't have to worry about finding real estate. In a move that could provide a new model for how scientists will work together in the future, they built their lab in cyberspace. The US$42-million virtual laboratory will attempt to sequence or unravel 40 percent of the human genetic code by 2005 and will share the information in public databases accessible through the Internet, says Gordon Yano, spokesman for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory , one of three federal labs participating in the institute.
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One observer of the federal lab system said the virtual lab is a move toward more efficient utilization of the federal labs' massive resources. "The federal labs really invented virtual labs 25 years ago when they invented something now known as the Internet," said Michael Odza, publisher of

16. ITxpo New US Federal Budget Does Little For IT Security
THE PROPOSED 2003 us federal budget will not significantly improve thesecurity of vulnerable government systems next year, Gartner Inc.

17. US Federal Feature
asked Treasury Secretary John W. Snow to study and report findings within the nexttwo months on the impact of the proposal on the federal budget through 2035

18. Cognos PowerPlay SE US Federal Budget Edition
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20. Congressional Budget Office - Publications
Representatives. Testimony on federal budget Estimating, May 2002 Testimonybefore the Committee on the budget, us House of Representatives.

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