Budget o the United States Government, FiscalYear 2013
contains the Budget Message o the President,inormation on the President’s priorities, budget over- views organized by agency, and summary tables.
Analytical Perspectives, Budget o the UnitedStates Government, Fiscal Year 2013
contains analy-ses that are designed to highlight specied subject ar-eas or provide other signicant presentations o budgetdata that place the budget in perspective. This volumeincludes economic and accounting analyses; inormationon Federal receipts and collections; analyses o Federalspending; inormation on Federal borrowing and debt;baseline or current services estimates; and other techni-cal presentations.The
volume also contains sup-plemental material with several detailed tables, includingtables showing the budget by agency and account and byunction, subunction, and program, that is available onthe Internet and as a CD-ROM in the printed document.
Historical Tables, Budget o the United StatesGovernment, Fiscal Year 2013
provides data on budgetreceipts, outlays, surpluses or decits, Federal debt, andFederal employment over an extended time period, gener-ally rom 1940 or earlier to 2013 or 2017.To the extent easible, the data have been adjusted toprovide consistency with the 2013 Budget and to providecomparability over time.
Appendix, Budget o the United StatesGovernment, Fiscal Year 2013
contains detailed inor-mation on the various appropriations and unds that con-stitute the budget and is designed primarily or the use o the Appropriations Committees. The
containsmore detailed nancial inormation on individual pro-grams and appropriation accounts than any o the otherbudget documents. It includes or each agency: the pro-posed text o appropriations language; budget schedulesor each account; legislative proposals; explanations o the work to be perormed and the unds needed; and pro-posed general provisions applicable to the appropriationso entire agencies or group o agencies. Inormation is alsoprovided on certain activities whose transactions are notpart o the budget totals. AUTOMATED SOURCES OF BUDGET INFORMATIONThe inormation contained in these documents is avail-able in electronic ormat rom the ollowing sources:
. All budget documents, including documentsthat are released at a uture date, spreadsheets o manyo the budget tables, and a public use budget databaseare available or downloading in several ormats rom theInternet at
. Links to documentsand materials rom budgets o prior years are also pro- vided.
. The CD-ROM contains all o thebudget documents in ully indexed PDF ormat along withthe sotware required or viewing the documents. TheCD-ROM has many o the budget tables in spreadsheetormat and also contains the materials that are includedon the separate
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1. All years reerenced or budget data are scal years unless otherwise noted. All years reerenced or eco-nomic data are calendar years unless otherwise noted.2. Detail in this document may not add to the totals due to rounding.3. Under the President’s Government consolidation proposal announced on January 13, 2012, a number o agencies and programs would be consolidated into a new department ocused on supporting the growth o American business and the resulting job creation, with the goal o improving services and reducing costs.The specic proposal to create the new department will be submitted to the Congress once the consolida-tion authority requested by the President is enacted. The Administration’s budget proposal, including therequest in this Budget and agencies’ supporting materials, is presented in terms o the existing agency struc-tures, and appropriate adjustments will be submitted once consolidation authority is enacted.