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Obama 0riginal 2012 Budget

Obama 0riginal 2012 Budget

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BUDGET
OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
FISCAL YEAR 2012
BUDGET.GOVOFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET
 
Budget of the United States Government,Fiscal Year 2012
contains the Budget Message of thePresident, information on the President’s priorities, bud-get overviews organized by agency, and summary tables.
Analytical Perspectives, Budget of the UnitedStates Government, Fiscal Year 2012
containsanalyses that are designed to highlight specified subjectareas or provide other significant presentations of budgetdata that place the budget in perspective. This volumeincludes economic and accounting analyses; informationon Federal receipts and collections; analyses of Federalspending; information on Federal borrowing and debt;baseline or current services estimates; and other techni-cal presentations.The
Analytical Perspectives
volume also contains sup-plemental material with several detailed tables, includingtables showing the budget by agency and account and byfunction, subfunction, and program, that is available onthe Internet and as a CD-ROM in the printed document.
Historical Tables, Budget of the United StatesGovernment, Fiscal Year 2012
provides data on bud-get receipts, outlays, surpluses or deficits, Federal debt,and Federal employment over an extended time period,generally from 1940 or earlier to 2012 or 2016.To the extent feasible, the data have been adjusted toprovide consistency with the 2012 Budget and to providecomparability over time.
Appendix, Budget of the United StatesGovernment, Fiscal Year 2012
contains detailed in-formation on the various appropriations and funds thatconstitute the budget and is designed primarily for theuse of the Appropriations Committees. The
Appendix
 contains more detailed financial information on individ-ual programs and appropriation accounts than any of theother budget documents. It includes for each agency: theproposed text of appropriations language; budget sched-ules for each account; legislative proposals; explanationsof the work to be performed and the funds needed; andproposed general provisions applicable to the appropria-tions of entire agencies or group of agencies. Informationis also provided on certain activities whose transactionsare not part of the budget totals.
AUTOMATED SOURCES OFBUDGET INFORMATION
The information contained in these documents is avail-able in electronic format from the following sources:
Internet
.
All budget documents, including documentsthat are released at a future date, spreadsheets of manyof the budget tables, and a public use budget databaseare available for downloading in several formats from theInternet at
www.budget.gov/budget
. Links to documentsand materials from budgets of prior years are also provided.
Budget CD-ROM 
. The CD-ROM contains all of thebudget documents in fully indexed PDF format along withthe software required for viewing the documents. TheCD-ROM has many of the budget tables in spreadsheetformat and also contains the materials that are includedon the separate
Analytical Perspectives
CD-ROM.For more information on access to electronic versionsof the budget documents (except CD-ROMs), call (202)512-1530 in the D.C. area or toll-free (888) 293-6498. Topurchase the budget CD-ROM or printed documents call(202) 512-1800.
THE BUDGET DOCUMENTS
GENERAL NOTES
1. All years referenced for budget data are fiscal years unless otherwise noted. All years referenced for eco-nomic data are calendar years unless otherwise noted.2. Detail in this document may not add to the totals due to rounding.3. At the time of this writing, none of the full-year appropriations bills for 2011 was enacted; therefore, the pro-grams and activities normally provided for in the full-year appropriations bills were operating under a con-tinuing resolution (P.L. 111–242, as amended). For those programs and activities, data for the current yearcolumn (2011) in the budget
Appendix
, and in tables that show details on discretionary spending amounts inthe
Analytical Perspectives
volume, reflect the annualized level provided by the continuing resolution. In themain
Budget
volume, the
Historical Tables
volume, and in tables that include total discretionary spendingin the
Analytical Perspectives
volume, current year totals by agency and for the total Government will matchthe President’s 2011 Budget request.
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Table of Contents
The Budget Message of the President .......................................................................................................1Moving from Rescue to Rebuilding ............................................................................................................9Putting the Nation on a Sustainable Fiscal Path ...................................................................................19Competing and Winning in the World Economy .....................................................................................31Department of Agriculture .......................................................................................................................47Department of Commerce .........................................................................................................................53Department of Defense .............................................................................................................................59National Intelligence Program .................................................................................................................65Department of Education .........................................................................................................................67Department of Energy ..............................................................................................................................73Department of Health and Human Services ...........................................................................................79Department of Homeland Security ..........................................................................................................87Department of Housing and Urban Development ..................................................................................93Department of the Interior .......................................................................................................................99Department of Justice .............................................................................................................................105Department of Labor ..............................................................................................................................109Department of State and Other International Programs .....................................................................115Department of Transportation ...............................................................................................................121Department of the Treasury ...................................................................................................................127Department of Veterans Affairs .............................................................................................................133Overseas Contingency Operations .........................................................................................................137Corps of Engineers—Civil Works ...........................................................................................................141Environmental Protection Agency .........................................................................................................145National Aeronautics and Space Administration ..................................................................................151National Science Foundation..................................................................................................................155Small Business Administration..............................................................................................................159Social Security Administration ..............................................................................................................163Corporation for National and Community Service ...............................................................................167Summary Tables .....................................................................................................................................169OMB Contributors to the 2012 Budget ..................................................................................................205
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