[Chairman’s Mark

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112TH CONGRESS
2D SESSION
H. CON. RES. l
Establishing the budget for the United States Government for fiscal year
2013 and setting forth appropriate budgetary levels for fiscal years
2014 through 2022.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. RYAN of Wisconsin, from the Committee on the Budget, reported the fol-
lowing concurrent resolution; which was committed to the Committee of
the Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
Establishing the budget for the United States Government
for fiscal year 2013 and setting forth appropriate budg-
etary levels for fiscal years 2014 through 2022.
Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate 1
concurring), 2
SECTION 1. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET 3
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2013. 4
(a) DECLARATION.—The Congress determines and 5
declares that this concurrent resolution establishes the 6
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budget for fiscal year 2013 and sets forth appropriate 1
budgetary levels for fiscal years 2014 through 2022. 2
(b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for 3
this resolution is as follows: 4
Sec. 1. Concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2013.
TITLE I—RECOMMENDED LEVELS AND AMOUNTS
Sec. 101. Recommended levels and amounts.
Sec. 102. Major functional categories.
TITLE II—RECONCILIATION AND DIRECTIVE TO THE COMMITTEE
ON THE BUDGET
Sec. 201. Reconciliation in the House of Representatives.
Sec. 202. Directive to the Committee on the Budget of the House of Represent-
atives to replace the sequester established by the Budget Con-
trol Act of 2011.
TITLE III—RECOMMENDED LEVELS AND AMOUNTS FOR FISCAL
YEARS 2030, 2040, AND 2050
Sec. 301. Policy statement on long-term budgeting.
TITLE IV—RESERVE FUNDS
Sec. 401. Reserve fund for the repeal of the 2010 health care laws.
Sec. 402. Deficit-neutral reserve fund for the sustainable growth rate of the
Medicare program.
Sec. 403. Deficit-neutral reserve fund for revenue measures.
Sec. 404. Deficit-neutral reserve fund for rural counties and schools.
Sec. 405. Deficit-neutral reserve fund for transportation.
TITLE V—BUDGET ENFORCEMENT
Sec. 501. Limitation on advance appropriations.
Sec. 502. Concepts and definitions.
Sec. 503. Adjustments of aggregates and allocations for legislation.
Sec. 504. Limitation on long-term spending.
Sec. 505. Budgetary treatment of certain transactions.
Sec. 506. Application and effect of changes in allocations and aggregates.
Sec. 507. Congressional Budget Office estimates.
Sec. 508. Budget rule relating to transfers from the general fund of the treas-
ury to the highway trust fund that increase public indebted-
ness.
Sec. 509. Separate allocation for overseas contingency operations/global war on
terrorism.
Sec. 510. Exercise of rulemaking powers.
TITLE VI—POLICY
Sec. 601. Policy Statement on Medicare.
Sec. 602. Policy Statement on Social Security.
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Sec. 603. Policy statement on deficit reduction through the cancellation of un-
obligated balances.
Sec. 604. Recommendations for the elimination of waste, fraud, and abuse in
Federal programs.
TITLE I—RECOMMENDED 1
LEVELS AND AMOUNTS 2
SEC. 101. RECOMMENDED LEVELS AND AMOUNTS. 3
The following budgetary levels are appropriate for 4
each of fiscal years 2013 through 2022: 5
(1) FEDERAL REVENUES.—For purposes of the 6
enforcement of this resolution: 7
(A) The recommended levels of Federal 8
revenues are as follows: 9
Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000. 10
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000. 13
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000. 14
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2021: $llll,000,000. 18
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000. 19
(B) The amounts by which the aggregate 20
levels of Federal revenues should be changed 21
are as follows: 22
Fiscal year 2013: -$ll,000,000,000. 23
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Fiscal year 2014: -$ll,000,000,000. 1
Fiscal year 2015: -$ll,000,000,000. 2
Fiscal year 2016: -$ll,000,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2017: -$ll,000,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2018: -$ll,000,000,000. 5
Fiscal year 2019: -$ll,000,000,000. 6
Fiscal year 2020: -$ll,000,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2021: -$ll,000,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2022: -$ll,000,000,000. 9
(2) NEW BUDGET AUTHORITY.—For purposes 10
of the enforcement of this resolution, the appropriate 11
levels of total new budget authority are as follows: 12
Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000. 13
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000. 14
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000. 18
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2021: $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000. 22
(3) BUDGET OUTLAYS.—For purposes of the 23
enforcement of this resolution, the appropriate levels 24
of total budget outlays are as follows: 25
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Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000. 1
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000. 2
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000. 5
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000. 6
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2021: $llll,000,000. 9
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000. 10
(4) DEFICITS (ON-BUDGET).—For purposes of 11
the enforcement of this resolution, the amounts of 12
the deficits (on-budget) are as follows: 13
Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000. 14
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000. 18
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2021: $llll,000,000. 22
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000. 23
(5) DEBT SUBJECT TO LIMIT.—The appropriate 24
levels of the public debt are as follows: 25
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Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000,000. 1
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000,000. 2
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000,000. 5
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000,000. 6
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2021: $llll,000,000,000. 9
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000,000. 10
(6) DEBT HELD BY THE PUBLIC.—The appro- 11
priate levels of debt held by the public are as follows: 12
Fiscal year 2013: $llll,000,000,000. 13
Fiscal year 2014: $llll,000,000,000. 14
Fiscal year 2015: $llll,000,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2016: $llll,000,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2017: $llll,000,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2018: $llll,000,000,000. 18
Fiscal year 2019: $llll,000,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2020: $llll,000,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2021; $llll,000,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2022: $llll,000,000,000. 22
SEC. 102. MAJOR FUNCTIONAL CATEGORIES. 23
The Congress determines and declares that the ap- 24
propriate levels of new budget authority and outlays for 25
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fiscal years 2013 through 2022 for each major functional 1
category are: 2
(1) National Defense (050): 3
Fiscal year 2013: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2014: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2015: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2016: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2017: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2018: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
(2) International Affairs (150): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(3) General Science, Space, and Technology 12
(250): 13
Fiscal year 2013: 14
(A) New budget authority, 15
$llll,000,000. 16
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2014: 18
(A) New budget authority, 19
$llll,000,000. 20
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2015: 22
(A) New budget authority, 23
$llll,000,000. 24
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 25
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Fiscal year 2016: 1
(A) New budget authority, 2
$llll,000,000. 3
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2017: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2018: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2019: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2020: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2021: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2022: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(4) Energy (270): 4
Fiscal year 2013: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2014: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2015: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2017: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2018: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
(5) Natural Resources and Environment (300): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(6) Agriculture (350): 12
Fiscal year 2013: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2014: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2015: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2016: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2017: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2018: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2019: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2020: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2021: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2022: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(7) Commerce and Housing Credit (370): 4
Fiscal year 2013: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2014: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2015: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
-$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
-$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2017: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
-$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2018: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
-$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
-$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
-$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
-$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
-$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 19
(8) Transportation (400): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000.s 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(9) Community and Regional Development 12
(450): 13
Fiscal year 2013: 14
(A) New budget authority, 15
$llll,000,000. 16
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2014: 18
(A) New budget authority, 19
$llll,000,000. 20
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2015: 22
(A) New budget authority, 23
$llll,000,000. 24
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 25
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(A) New budget authority, 2
$llll,000,000. 3
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2017: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2018: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2019: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2020: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2021: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2022: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(10) Education, Training, Employment, and 4
Social Services (500): 5
Fiscal year 2013: 6
(A) New budget authority, 7
$llll,000,000. 8
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 9
Fiscal year 2014: 10
(A) New budget authority, 11
$llll,000,000. 12
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 13
Fiscal year 2015: 14
(A) New budget authority, 15
$llll,000,000. 16
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2016: 18
(A) New budget authority, 19
$llll,000,000. 20
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2017: 22
(A) New budget authority, 23
$llll,000,000. 24
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 25
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Fiscal year 2018: 1
(A) New budget authority, 2
$llll,000,000. 3
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2019: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2020: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2021: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2022: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
(11) Health (550): 21
Fiscal year 2013: 22
(A) New budget authority, 23
$llll,000,000. 24
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 25
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Fiscal year 2014: 1
(A) New budget authority, 2
$llll,000,000. 3
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2015: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2016: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2017: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2018: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2019: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2020: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(12) Medicare (570): 12
Fiscal year 2013: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2014: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2015: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2016: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2017: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2018: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2019: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2020: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2021: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2022: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(13) Income Security (600): 4
Fiscal year 2013: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2014: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2015: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2017: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2018: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
(14) Social Security (650): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(15) Veterans Benefits and Services (700): 12
Fiscal year 2013: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2014: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2015: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2016: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2017: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2018: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2019: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2020: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2021: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2022: 24
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(16) Administration of Justice (750): 4
Fiscal year 2013: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2014: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2015: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2017: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2018: 25
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
(17) General Government (800): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
(18) Net Interest (900): 12
Fiscal year 2013: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2014: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2015: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2016: 25
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(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2017: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2018: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2019: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2020: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2021: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2022: 24
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$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
(19) Allowances (920): 4
Fiscal year 2013: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
-$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2014: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
-$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2015: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
-$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2016: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
-$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2017: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
-$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2018: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
-$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2019: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
-$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2020: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
-$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2021: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
-$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2022: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
-$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 19
(20) Undistributed Offsetting Receipts (950): 20
Fiscal year 2013: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
-$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2014: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
-$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2015: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
-$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2016: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
-$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 11
Fiscal year 2017: 12
(A) New budget authority, 13
-$llll,000,000. 14
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 15
Fiscal year 2018: 16
(A) New budget authority, 17
-$llll,000,000. 18
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 19
Fiscal year 2019: 20
(A) New budget authority, 21
-$llll,000,000. 22
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 23
Fiscal year 2020: 24
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(A) New budget authority, 1
-$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 3
Fiscal year 2021: 4
(A) New budget authority, 5
-$llll,000,000. 6
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 7
Fiscal year 2022: 8
(A) New budget authority, 9
-$llll,000,000. 10
(B) Outlays, -$llll,000,000. 11
(21) Overseas Contingency Operations/Global 12
War on Terrorism: 13
Fiscal year 2013: 14
(A) New budget authority, 15
$llll,000,000. 16
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 17
Fiscal year 2014: 18
(A) New budget authority, 19
$llll,000,000. 20
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 21
Fiscal year 2015: 22
(A) New budget authority, 23
$llll,000,000. 24
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 25
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Fiscal year 2016: 1
(A) New budget authority, 2
$llll,000,000. 3
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 4
Fiscal year 2017: 5
(A) New budget authority, 6
$llll,000,000. 7
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 8
Fiscal year 2018: 9
(A) New budget authority, 10
$llll,000,000. 11
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 12
Fiscal year 2019: 13
(A) New budget authority, 14
$llll,000,000. 15
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 16
Fiscal year 2020: 17
(A) New budget authority, 18
$llll,000,000. 19
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 20
Fiscal year 2021: 21
(A) New budget authority, 22
$llll,000,000. 23
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 24
Fiscal year 2022: 25
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(A) New budget authority, 1
$llll,000,000. 2
(B) Outlays, $llll,000,000. 3
TITLE II—RECONCILIATION AND 4
DIRECTIVE TO THE COM- 5
MITTEE ON THE BUDGET 6
SEC. 201. RECONCILIATION IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENT- 7
ATIVES. 8
(a) SUBMISSIONS OF SPENDING REDUCTION.—Not 9
later than April 27, 2012, the House committees named 10
in subsection (b) shall submit recommendations to the 11
Committee on the Budget of the House of Representa- 12
tives. After receiving those recommendations, such com- 13
mittee shall report to the House a reconciliation bill car- 14
rying out all such recommendations without substantive 15
revision. 16
(b) INSTRUCTIONS.— 17
(1) COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE.—The Com- 18
mittee on Agriculture shall submit changes in laws 19
within its jurisdiction sufficient to reduce the deficit 20
by $8,200,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 21
2012 and 2013; by $19,700,000,000 for the period 22
of fiscal years 2012 through 2017; and by 23
$33,200,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 2012 24
through 2022. 25
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(2) COMMITTEE ON ENERGY AND COMMERCE.— 1
The Committee on Energy and Commerce shall sub- 2
mit changes in laws within its jurisdiction sufficient 3
to reduce the deficit by $3,750,000,000 for the pe- 4
riod of fiscal years 2012 and 2013; by 5
$28,430,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 2012 6
through 2017; and by $96,760,000,000 for the pe- 7
riod of fiscal years 2012 through 2022. 8
(3) COMMITTEE ON FINANCIAL SERVICES.—The 9
Committee on Financial Services shall submit 10
changes in laws within its jurisdiction sufficient to 11
reduce the deficit by $3,000,000,000 for the period 12
of fiscal years 2012 and 2013; by $16,700,000,000 13
for the period of fiscal years 2012 through 2017; 14
and by $29,800,000,000 for the period of fiscal 15
years 2012 through 2022. 16
(4) COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY.—The 17
Committee on the Judiciary shall submit changes in 18
laws within its jurisdiction sufficient to reduce the 19
deficit by $100,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 20
2012 and 2013; by $11,200,000,000 for the period 21
of fiscal years 2012 through 2017; and by 22
$39,700,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 2012 23
through 2022. 24
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(5) COMMITTEE ON OVERSIGHT AND GOVERN- 1
MENT REFORM.—The Committee on Oversight and 2
Government Reform shall submit changes in laws 3
within its jurisdiction sufficient to reduce the deficit 4
by $2,200,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 5
2012 and 2013; by $30,100,000,000 for the period 6
of fiscal years 2012 through 2017; and by 7
$78,900,000,000 for the period of fiscal years 2012 8
through 2022. 9
(6) COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS.—The 10
Committee on Ways and Means shall submit 11
changes in laws within its jurisdiction sufficient to 12
reduce the deficit by $1,200,000,000 for the period 13
of fiscal years 2012 and 2013; by $23,000,000,000 14
for the period of fiscal years 2012 through 2017; 15
and by $53,000,000,000 for the period of fiscal 16
years 2012 through 2022. 17
SEC. 202. DIRECTIVE TO THE COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET 18
OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO RE- 19
PLACE THE SEQUESTER ESTABLISHED BY 20
THE BUDGET CONTROL ACT OF 2011. 21
(a) SUBMISSION.—In the House, the Committee on 22
the Budget shall report to the House a bill carrying out 23
the directions set forth in subsection (b). 24
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(b) DIRECTIONS.—The bill referred to in subsection 1
(a) shall include the following provisions: 2
(1) REPLACING THE SEQUESTER ESTABLISHED 3
BY THE BUDGET CONTROL ACT OF 2011.—The lan- 4
guage shall amend section 251A of the Balanced 5
Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 6
to replace the sequester established under that sec- 7
tion consistent with this concurrent resolution. 8
(2) APPLICATION OF PROVISIONS.—The bill re- 9
ferred to in subsection (a) shall include language 10
making its application contingent upon the enact- 11
ment of the reconciliation bill referred to in section 12
201. 13
TITLE III—RECOMMENDED LEV- 14
ELS AND AMOUNTS FOR FIS- 15
CAL YEARS 2030, 2040, AND 16
2050 17
SEC. 301. POLICY STATEMENT ON LONG-TERM BUDGETING. 18
The following are the recommended budget levels for 19
each of fiscal years 2030, 2040, and 2050 as a percent 20
of the gross domestic product of the United States: 21
(1) FEDERAL REVENUES.—The appropriate lev- 22
els of Federal revenues are as follows: 23
Fiscal year 2030: 19 percent. 24
Fiscal year 2040: 19 percent. 25
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Fiscal year 2050: 19 percent. 1
(2) BUDGET OUTLAYS.—The appropriate levels 2
of total budget outlays are as follows: 3
Fiscal year 2030: 20.25 percent. 4
Fiscal year 2040: 18.75 percent. 5
Fiscal year 2050: 16 percent. 6
(3) DEFICITS.—The appropriate amounts of 7
deficits are as follows: 8
Fiscal year 2030: 1.25 percent. 9
Fiscal year 2040: -.25 percent. 10
Fiscal year 2050: -3 percent. 11
(4) DEBT HELD BY THE PUBLIC.—The appro- 12
priate levels of debt held by the public are as follows: 13
Fiscal year 2030: 53 percent. 14
Fiscal year 2040: 38 percent. 15
Fiscal year 2050: 10 percent. 16
TITLE IV—RESERVE FUNDS 17
SEC. 401. RESERVE FUND FOR THE REPEAL OF THE 2010 18
HEALTH CARE LAWS. 19
In the House, the chair of the Committee on the 20
Budget may revise the allocations, aggregates, and other 21
appropriate levels in this resolution for the budgetary ef- 22
fects of any bill or joint resolution, or amendment thereto 23
or conference report thereon, that repeals the Patient Pro- 24
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tection and Affordable Care Act or the Health Care and 1
Education Reconciliation Act of 2010. 2
SEC. 402. DEFICIT-NEUTRAL RESERVE FUND FOR THE SUS- 3
TAINABLE GROWTH RATE OF THE MEDICARE 4
PROGRAM. 5
In the House, the chair of the Committee on the 6
Budget may revise the allocations, aggregates, and other 7
appropriate levels in this resolution for the budgetary ef- 8
fects of any bill or joint resolution, or amendment thereto 9
or conference report thereon, that includes provisions 10
amending or superseding the system for updating pay- 11
ments under section 1848 of the Social Security Act, if 12
such measure would not increase the deficit in the period 13
of fiscal years 2013 through 2022. 14
SEC. 403. DEFICIT-NEUTRAL RESERVE FUND FOR REVENUE 15
MEASURES. 16
In the House, the chair of the Committee on the 17
Budget may revise the allocations, aggregates, and other 18
appropriate levels in this resolution for the budgetary ef- 19
fects of any bill reported by the Committee on Ways and 20
Means, or any amendment thereto or conference report 21
thereon, that decreases revenue, but only if such measure 22
would not increase the deficit over the period of fiscal 23
years 2013 through 2022. 24
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SEC. 404. DEFICIT-NEUTRAL RESERVE FUND FOR RURAL 1
COUNTIES AND SCHOOLS. 2
In the House, the chair of the Committee on the 3
Budget may revise the allocations, aggregates, and other 4
appropriate levels and limits in this resolution for the 5
budgetary effects of any bill or joint resolution, or amend- 6
ment thereto or conference report thereon, that makes 7
changes to the Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act of 1976 8
(Public Law 94–565) or makes changes to or provides for 9
the reauthorization of the Secure Rural Schools and Com- 10
munity Self Determination Act of 2000 (Public Law 106– 11
393) by the amounts provided by that legislation for those 12
purposes, if such legislation would not increase the deficit 13
or direct spending for fiscal year 2013, the period of fiscal 14
years 2013 through 2017, or the period of fiscal years 15
2013 through 2022. 16
SEC. 405. DEFICIT-NEUTRAL RESERVE FUND FOR TRANS- 17
PORTATION. 18
In the House, the chair of the Committee on the 19
Budget may revise the allocations, aggregates, and other 20
appropriate levels in this resolution for any bill or joint 21
resolution, or amendment thereto or conference report 22
thereon, if such measure maintains the solvency of the 23
Highway Trust Fund, but only if such measure would not 24
increase the deficit over the period of fiscal years 2013 25
through 2022. 26
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TITLE V—BUDGET 1
ENFORCEMENT 2
SEC. 501. LIMITATION ON ADVANCE APPROPRIATIONS. 3
(a) IN GENERAL.—In the House, except as provided 4
in subsection (b), any bill or joint resolution, or an amend- 5
ment thereto or conference report thereon, making a gen- 6
eral appropriation or continuing appropriation may not 7
provide for advance appropriations. 8
(b) EXCEPTIONS.—An advance appropriation may be 9
provided for programs, projects, activities, or accounts re- 10
ferred to in subsection (c)(1) or identified in the report 11
to accompany this resolution or the joint explanatory 12
statement of managers to accompany this resolution under 13
the heading ‘‘Accounts Identified for Advance Appropria- 14
tions’’. 15
(c) LIMITATIONS.—For fiscal year 2014, the aggre- 16
gate amount of advance appropriation shall not exceed— 17
(1) $54,462,000,000 for the following programs 18
in the Department of Veterans Affairs— 19
(A) Medical Services; 20
(B) Medical Support and Compliance; and 21
(C) Medical Facilities accounts of the Vet- 22
erans Health Administration; and 23
(2) $28,852,000,000 in new budget authority 24
for all other programs. 25
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(d) DEFINITION.—In this section, the term ‘‘advance 1
appropriation’’ means any new discretionary budget au- 2
thority provided in a bill or joint resolution making gen- 3
eral appropriations or any new discretionary budget au- 4
thority provided in a bill or joint resolution making con- 5
tinuing appropriations for fiscal year 2014. 6
SEC. 502. CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS. 7
Upon the enactment of any bill or joint resolution 8
providing for a change in budgetary concepts or defini- 9
tions, the chair of the Committee on the Budget may ad- 10
just any appropriate levels and allocations in this resolu- 11
tion accordingly. 12
SEC. 503. ADJUSTMENTS OF AGGREGATES AND ALLOCA- 13
TIONS FOR LEGISLATION. 14
(a) ENFORCEMENT.—For purposes of enforcing this 15
resolution, the revenue levels shall be those set forth in 16
the March 2012 Congressional Budget Office baseline. 17
The total amount of adjustments made under subsection 18
(b) may not cause revenue levels to be below the levels 19
set forth in paragraph (1)(A) of section 101 for fiscal year 20
2013 and for the period of fiscal years 2013 through 21
2022. 22
(b) ADJUSTMENTS.—(1) The chair of the Committee 23
on the Budget may adjust the allocations and aggregates 24
of this concurrent resolution for— 25
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(A) the budgetary effects of measures extending 1
the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation 2
Act of 2001; 3
(B) the budgetary effects of measures extending 4
the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act 5
of 2003; 6
(C) the budgetary effects of measures that ad- 7
just the Alternative Minimum Tax exemption 8
amounts to prevent a larger number of taxpayers as 9
compared with tax year 2008 from being subject to 10
the Alternative Minimum Tax or of allowing the use 11
of nonrefundable personal credits against the Alter- 12
native Minimum Tax; 13
(D) the budgetary effects of extending the es- 14
tate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer tax pro- 15
visions of title III of the Tax Relief, Unemployment 16
Insurance Reauthorization, and Job Creation Act of 17
2010; 18
(E) the budgetary effects of measures providing 19
a 20 percent deduction in income to small busi- 20
nesses; 21
(F) the budgetary effects of measures imple- 22
menting trade agreements; 23
(G) the budgetary effects of provisions repeal- 24
ing the tax increases set forth in the Patient Protec- 25
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tion and Affordable Care Act and the Health Care 1
and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act of 2
2010; 3
(H) the budgetary effects of provisions reform- 4
ing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act 5
and the Health Care and Education Affordability 6
Reconciliation Act of 2010; and 7
(I) the budgetary effects of measures reforming 8
the tax code and lowering tax rates. 9
(2) A measure does not qualify for adjustments under 10
paragraph (1)(H) if it— 11
(A) increases the deficit over the period of fiscal 12
years 2013 through 2022; or 13
(B) increases revenues over the period of fiscal 14
years 2013 through 2022, other than by— 15
(i) repealing or modifying the individual 16
mandate (codified as section 5000A of the In- 17
ternal Revenue Code of 1986); or 18
(ii) modifying the subsidies to purchase 19
health insurance (codified as section 36B of the 20
Internal Revenue Code of 1986). 21
(c) OTHER ADJUSTMENTS.—If a committee (other 22
than the Committee on Appropriations) reports a bill or 23
joint resolution, or an amendment thereto or a conference 24
report thereon, providing for a decrease in direct spending 25
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(budget authority and outlays flowing therefrom) for any 1
fiscal year and also provides for an authorization of appro- 2
priations for the same purpose, upon the enactment of 3
such measure, the chair of the Committee on the Budget 4
may decrease the allocation to such committee and in- 5
crease the allocation of discretionary spending (budget au- 6
thority and outlays flowing therefrom) to the Committee 7
on Appropriations for fiscal year 2013 by an amount equal 8
to the new budget authority (and outlays flowing there- 9
from) provided for in a bill or joint resolution making ap- 10
propriations for the same purpose. 11
(d) DETERMINATIONS.—For the purpose of enforcing 12
this concurrent resolution on the budget in the House, the 13
allocations and aggregate levels of new budget authority, 14
outlays, direct spending, new entitlement authority, reve- 15
nues, deficits, and surpluses for fiscal year 2013 and the 16
period of fiscal years 2013 through fiscal year 2022 shall 17
be determined on the basis of estimates made by the chair 18
of the Committee on the Budget and such chair may ad- 19
just the applicable levels of this resolution. 20
SEC. 504. LIMITATION ON LONG-TERM SPENDING. 21
(a) IN GENERAL.—In the House, it shall not be in 22
order to consider a bill or joint resolution reported by a 23
committee (other than the Committee on Appropriations), 24
or an amendment thereto or a conference report thereon, 25
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if the provisions of such measure have the net effect of 1
increasing direct spending in excess of $5,000,000,000 for 2
any period described in subsection (b). 3
(b) TIME PERIODS.—The applicable periods for pur- 4
poses of this section are any of the first four consecutive 5
ten fiscal-year periods beginning with fiscal year 2023. 6
SEC. 505. BUDGETARY TREATMENT OF CERTAIN TRANS- 7
ACTIONS. 8
(a) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding section 9
302(a)(1) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, sec- 10
tion 13301 of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990, and 11
section 4001 of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act 12
of 1989, the joint explanatory statement accompanying 13
the conference report on any concurrent resolution on the 14
budget shall include in its allocation under section 302(a) 15
of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 to the Committee 16
on Appropriations amounts for the discretionary adminis- 17
trative expenses of the Social Security Administration and 18
the United States Postal Service. 19
(b) SPECIAL RULE.—For purposes of applying sec- 20
tions 302(f) and 311 of the Congressional Budget Act of 21
1974, estimates of the level of total new budget authority 22
and total outlays provided by a measure shall include any 23
off-budget discretionary amounts. 24
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(c) ADJUSTMENTS.—The chair of the Committee on 1
the Budget may adjust allocations and aggregates for leg- 2
islation reported by the Committee on Oversight and Gov- 3
ernment Reform that reforms the Federal retirement sys- 4
tem, but does not cause a net increase in the deficit for 5
fiscal year 2013 and the period of fiscal years 2013 to 6
2022. 7
SEC. 506. APPLICATION AND EFFECT OF CHANGES IN ALLO- 8
CATIONS AND AGGREGATES. 9
(a) APPLICATION.—Any adjustments of allocations 10
and aggregates made pursuant to this resolution shall— 11
(1) apply while that measure is under consider- 12
ation; 13
(2) take effect upon the enactment of that 14
measure; and 15
(3) be published in the Congressional Record as 16
soon as practicable. 17
(b) EFFECT OF CHANGED ALLOCATIONS AND AG- 18
GREGATES.—Revised allocations and aggregates resulting 19
from these adjustments shall be considered for the pur- 20
poses of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 as alloca- 21
tions and aggregates included in this resolution. 22
(c) EXEMPTIONS.—Any legislation for which the 23
chair of the Committee on the Budget makes adjustments 24
in the allocations or aggregates of this concurrent resolu- 25
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tion shall not be subject to the points of order set forth 1
in clause 10 of rule XXI of the Rules of the House of 2
Representatives or section 504. 3
SEC. 507. CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE ESTIMATES. 4
(a) FAIR VALUE ESTIMATES.— 5
(1) REQUEST FOR SUPPLEMENTAL ESTI- 6
MATES.—Upon the request of the chair or ranking 7
member of the Committee on the Budget, any esti- 8
mate prepared for a measure under the terms of 9
title V of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974, 10
‘‘credit reform’’, as a supplement to such estimate of 11
the Congressional Budget Office shall, to the extent 12
practicable, also provide an estimate of the current 13
actual or estimated market values representing the 14
‘‘fair value’’ of assets and liabilities affected by such 15
measure. 16
(2) ENFORCEMENT.—If the Congressional 17
Budget Office provides an estimate pursuant to sub- 18
section (a), the chair of the Committee on the Budg- 19
et may use such estimate to determine compliance 20
with the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 and 21
other budgetary enforcement controls. 22
(b) BUDGETARY EFFECTS OF THE NATIONAL FLOOD 23
INSURANCE PROGRAM.—The Congressional Budget Office 24
shall estimate the change in net income to the National 25
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Flood Insurance Program by this Act if such income is 1
included in a reconciliation bill provided for in section 201, 2
as if such income were deposited in the general fund of 3
the Treasury. 4
SEC. 508. BUDGET RULE RELATING TO TRANSFERS FROM 5
THE GENERAL FUND OF THE TREASURY TO 6
THE HIGHWAY TRUST FUND THAT INCREASE 7
PUBLIC INDEBTEDNESS. 8
For purposes of the Congressional Budget Act of 9
1974, the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Con- 10
trol Act of 1985, or the Rules of the House of Representa- 11
tives, a bill or joint resolution, or an amendment thereto 12
or conference report thereon, or any Act that transfers 13
funds from the general fund of the Treasury to the High- 14
way Trust Fund shall be counted as new budget authority 15
and outlays equal to the amount of the transfer in the 16
fiscal year the transfer occurs. 17
SEC. 509. SEPARATE ALLOCATION FOR OVERSEAS CONTIN- 18
GENCY OPERATIONS/GLOBAL WAR ON TER- 19
RORISM. 20
(a) ALLOCATION.—In the House, there shall be a sep- 21
arate allocation to the Committee on Appropriations for 22
overseas contingency operations and the global war on ter- 23
rorism. For purposes of enforcing such separate allocation 24
under section 302(f) of the Congressional Budget Act of 25
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1974, the ‘‘first fiscal year’’ and the ‘‘total of fiscal years’’ 1
shall be deemed to refer to fiscal year 2013. Such separate 2
allocation shall be the exclusive allocation for overseas con- 3
tingency operations and the global war on terrorism under 4
section 302(a) of such Act. Section 302(c) of such Act 5
does not apply to such separate allocation. The Committee 6
on Appropriations may provide suballocations of such sep- 7
arate allocation under section 302(b) of such Act. Spend- 8
ing that counts toward the allocation established by this 9
section shall be designated pursuant to section 10
251(b)(2)(A)(ii) of the Balanced Budget and Emergency 11
Deficit Control Act of 1985. 12
(b) ADJUSTMENT.—In the House, for purposes of 13
subsection (a) for fiscal year 2013, no adjustment shall 14
be made under section 314(a) of the Congressional Budget 15
Act of 1974 if any adjustment would be made under sec- 16
tion 251(b)(2)(A)(ii) of the Balanced Budget and Emer- 17
gency Deficit Control Act of 1985. 18
SEC. 510. EXERCISE OF RULEMAKING POWERS. 19
(a) IN GENERAL.—The House adopts the provisions 20
of this title— 21
(1) as an exercise of the rulemaking power of 22
the House of Representatives and as such they shall 23
be considered as part of the rules of the House of 24
Representatives, and these rules shall supersede 25
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other rules only to the extent that they are incon- 1
sistent with other such rules; and 2
(2) with full recognition of the constitutional 3
right of the House of Representatives to change 4
those rules at any time, in the same manner, and to 5
the same extent as in the case of any other rule of 6
the House of Representatives. 7
(b) LIMITATION ON APPLICATION.—The following 8
provisions of H. Res. 5 (112th Congress) shall no longer 9
have force or effect: 10
(1) Section 3(e) relating to advance appropria- 11
tions. 12
(2) Section 3(f) relating to the treatment of off- 13
budget administrative expenses. 14
TITLE VI—POLICY 15
SEC. 601. POLICY STATEMENT ON MEDICARE. 16
(a) FINDINGS.—The House finds the following: 17
(1) More than 50 million Americans depend on 18
Medicare for their health security. 19
(2) The Medicare Trustees Report has repeat- 20
edly recommended that Medicare’s long-term finan- 21
cial challenges be addressed soon. Each year without 22
reform, the financial condition of Medicare becomes 23
more precarious and the threat to those in and near 24
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retirement becomes more pronounced. According to 1
the Congressional Budget Office— 2
(A) the Hospital Insurance Trust Fund 3
will be exhausted in 2022 and unable to pay 4
scheduled benefits; and 5
(B) Medicare spending is growing faster 6
than the economy and Medicare outlays are 7
currently rising at a rate of 6.3 percent per 8
year, and under the Congressional Budget Of- 9
fice’s alternative fiscal scenario, direct spending 10
on Medicare is projected to reach 7 percent of 11
GDP by 2035 and 14 percent of GDP by 2085. 12
(3) Failing to address this problem will leave 13
millions of American seniors without adequate health 14
security and younger generations burdened with 15
enormous debt to pay for spending levels that cannot 16
be sustained. 17
(b) POLICY ON MEDICARE REFORM.—It is the policy 18
of this resolution to protect those in and near retirement 19
from any disruptions to their Medicare benefits and offer 20
future beneficiaries the same health care options available 21
to Members of Congress. 22
(c) ASSUMPTIONS.—This resolution assumes reform 23
of the Medicare program such that: 24
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(1) Current Medicare benefits are preserved for 1
those in and near retirement, without changes. 2
(2) For future generations, when they reach eli- 3
gibility, Medicare is reformed to provide a premium 4
support payment and a selection of guaranteed 5
health coverage options from which recipients can 6
choose a plan that best suits their needs. 7
(3) Medicare will provide additional assistance 8
for lower-income beneficiaries and those with greater 9
health risks. 10
(4) Medicare spending is put on a sustainable 11
path and the Medicare program becomes solvent 12
over the long-term. 13
SEC. 602. POLICY STATEMENT ON SOCIAL SECURITY. 14
(a) FINDINGS.—The House finds the following: 15
(1) More than 55 million retirees, individuals 16
with disabilities, and survivors depend on Social Se- 17
curity. Since enactment, Social Security has served 18
as a vital leg on the ‘‘three-legged stool’’ of retire- 19
ment security, which includes employer provided 20
pensions as well as personal savings. 21
(2) The Social Security Trustees report has re- 22
peatedly recommended that Social Security’s long- 23
term financial challenges be addressed soon. Each 24
year without reform, the financial condition of Social 25
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Security becomes more precarious and the threat to 1
seniors and those receiving Social Security disability 2
benefits becomes more pronounced: 3
(A) In 2016, according to the Congres- 4
sional Budget Office, the Federal Disability In- 5
surance Trust Fund will be exhausted and will 6
be unable to pay scheduled benefits. 7
(B) In 2036, according to the Social Secu- 8
rity Trustees Report the combined Federal Old- 9
Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund and 10
Federal Disability Insurance Trust Fund will 11
be exhausted, and will be unable to pay sched- 12
uled benefits. 13
(C) With the exhaustion of the trust funds 14
in 2036, benefits will be cut 23 percent across 15
the board, devastating those currently in or 16
near retirement and those who rely on Social 17
Security the most. 18
(3) The current recession has exacerbated the 19
crisis to Social Security. The Congressional Budget 20
Office continues to project permanent cash deficits. 21
(4) Lower-income Americans rely on Social Se- 22
curity for a larger proportion of their retirement in- 23
come. Therefore, reforms should take into consider- 24
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ation the need to protect lower-income Americans’ 1
retirement security. 2
(5) Americans deserve action by their elected 3
officials on Social Security reform. It is critical that 4
the Congress and the administration work together 5
in a bipartisan fashion to address the looming insol- 6
vency of Social Security. In this spirit, this resolu- 7
tion creates a bipartisan opportunity to find solu- 8
tions by requiring policymakers to ensure that Social 9
Security remains a critical part fo the safety net. 10
(b) POLICY ON SOCIAL SECURITY.—It is the policy 11
of this resolution that Congress should work on a bipar- 12
tisan basis to make Social Security permanently solvent. 13
This resolution assumes reform of a current law trigger, 14
such that— 15
(1)(A) if in any year the Board of Trustees of 16
the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust 17
Fund and the Federal Disability Insurance Trust 18
Fund in its annual Trustees’ Report determines that 19
the 75-year actuarial balance of the Social Security 20
Trust Funds is in deficit, and the annual balance of 21
the Social Security Trust Funds in the 75th year is 22
in deficit, the Board of Trustees should, not later 23
than September 30 of the same calendar year, sub- 24
mit to the President recommendations for statutory 25
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reforms necessary to achieve a positive 75-year actu- 1
arial balance and a positive annual balance in the 2
75th year; and 3
(B) such recommendations provided to the 4
President should be agreed upon by both Public 5
Trustees of the Board of Trustees; 6
(2)(A) not later than December 1 of the same 7
calendar year in which the Board of Trustees sub- 8
mits its recommendations, the President shall 9
promptly submit implementing legislation to both 10
Houses of Congress, including recommendations nec- 11
essary to achieve a positive 75-year actuarial balance 12
and a positive annual balance in the 75th year; and 13
(B) the Majority Leader of the Senate and the 14
Majority Leader of the House should introduce such 15
legislation upon receipt; 16
(3) within 60 days of the President submitting 17
legislation, the committees of jurisdiction to which 18
the legislation has been referred should report such 19
legislation, which should be considered by the full 20
House or Senate under expedited procedures; and 21
(4) legislation submitted by the President 22
should— 23
(A) protect those in and near retirement; 24
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(B) preserve the safety net for those who 1
rely on Social Security, including survivors and 2
those with disabilities; 3
(C) improve fairness for participants; and 4
(D) reduce the burden on, and provide cer- 5
tainty for, future generations. 6
SEC. 603. POLICY STATEMENT ON DEFICIT REDUCTION 7
THROUGH THE CANCELLATION OF UNOBLI- 8
GATED BALANCES. 9
(a) FINDINGS.—The House finds the following: 10
(1) According to the Office of Management and 11
Budget, Federal agencies will hold $698 billion in 12
unobligated balances at the close of fiscal year 2013. 13
(2) These funds represent direct and discre- 14
tionary spending made available by Congress that 15
remain available for expenditure beyond the fiscal 16
year for which they are provided. 17
(3) In some cases, agencies are granted funding 18
and it remains available for obligation indefinitely. 19
(4) The Congressional Budget and Impound- 20
ment Control Act of 1974 requires the Office of 21
Management and Budget to make funds available to 22
agencies for obligation and prohibits the Administra- 23
tion from withholding or cancelling unobligated 24
funds unless approved by an act of Congress. 25
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(5) Greater congressional oversight is required 1
to review and identify potential savings from 2
unneeded balances of funds. 3
(b) POLICY ON DEFICIT REDUCTION THROUGH THE 4
CANCELLATION OF UNOBLIGATED BALANCES.—Congres- 5
sional committees shall through their oversight activities 6
identify and achieve savings through the cancellation or 7
rescission of unobligated balances that neither abrogate 8
contractual obligations of the Federal Government nor re- 9
duce or disrupt Federal commitments under programs 10
such as Social Security, veterans’ affairs, national secu- 11
rity, and Treasury authority to finance the national debt. 12
(c) DEFICIT REDUCTION.—Congress, with the assist- 13
ance of the Government Accountability Office, the Inspec- 14
tors General, and other appropriate agencies should make 15
it a high priority to review unobligated balances and iden- 16
tify savings for deficit reduction. 17
SEC. 604. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE ELIMINATION OF 18
WASTE, FRAUD, AND ABUSE IN FEDERAL PRO- 19
GRAMS. 20
(a) FINDINGS.—The House finds the following: 21
(1) The Government Accountability Office is re- 22
quired by law to identify examples of waste, duplica- 23
tion, and overlap in Federal programs, and has so 24
identified dozens of such examples. 25
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(2) In testimony before the Committee on Over- 1
sight and Government Reform, the Comptroller Gen- 2
eral has stated that addressing the identified waste, 3
duplication, and overlap in Federal programs ‘‘could 4
potentially save tens of billions of dollars’’. 5
(3) The Rules of the House of Representatives 6
require each standing committee to hold at least one 7
hearing every four months on waste, fraud, abuse, or 8
mismanagement in Government programs. 9
(4) The findings resulting from congressional 10
oversight of Federal Government programs should 11
result in programmatic changes in both authorizing 12
statutes and program funding levels. 13
(b) POLICY ON DEFICIT REDUCTION THROUGH THE 14
REDUCTION OF UNNECESSARY AND WASTEFUL SPEND- 15
ING.—Each authorizing committee annually shall include 16
in its Views and Estimates letter required under section 17
301(d) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 rec- 18
ommendations to the Committee on the Budget of pro- 19
grams within the jurisdiction of such committee whose 20
funding should be reduced or eliminated. Such rec- 21
ommendations shall be made publicly available. 22
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I|sca| ¥ear 2012 2013 2014 201S 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2013-2017 2013-2022
1oLal Spendlng:
8A 3,376,980 3,436,034 3,391,981 3,312,186 3,690,871 3,830,367 4,019,146 4,247,396 4,471,834 4,649,938 4,926,727 17,881,460 40,196,741
C1 3,623,338 3,330,283 3,476,424 3,333,921 3,690,293 3,824,127 3,977,472 4,199,374 4,408,773 4,604,697 4,887,781 18,037,032 40,133,130
Cn-8udgeL:
8A 3,069,903 2,793,848 2,681,366 2,736,471 2,888,370 2,998,681 3,117,133 3,290,908 3,433,314 3,370,712 3,780,807 14,119,136 31,334,211
C1 3,120,064 2,891,389 2,769,702 2,784,233 2,892,323 2,977,372 3,080,794 3,248,324 3,398,470 3,331,790 3,748,801 14,313,418 31,323,798
Cff-8udgeL:
8A 307,073 642,206 710,413 733,716 802,301 831,686 902,012 936,687 1,016,341 1,079,246 1,143,920 3,762,323 8,862,330
C1 303,474 638,696 706,722 731,689 797,772 846,733 896,678 930,830 1,010,303 1,072,907 1,138,980 3,741,633 8,811,332
8evenues:
1oLal 2,443,322 2,733,724 2,980,200 3,232,338 3,449,239 3,642,336 3,811,288 3,986,140 4,184,233 4,388,149 4,600,341 16,037,876 37,008,228
Cn-8udgeL 1,887,024 2,038,604 2,248,773 2,439,718 2,627,341 2,770,342 2,891,983 3,021,132 3,173,642 3,332,602 3,498,448 12,164,977 28,082,783
Cff-8udgeL 336,498 673,120 731,427 772,640 821,698 872,014 919,303 963,008 1,010,393 1,033,347 1,102,093 3,872,899 8,923,443
8ecommended Change ln 8evenues
1oLal -12,193 -234,733 -302,411 -336,366 -388,363 -423,997 -460,304 -497,440 -334,378 -374,330 -617,033 -1,706,274 -4,389,779
Cn-8udgeL -12,193 -234,733 -302,411 -336,366 -388,363 -423,997 -460,304 -497,440 -334,378 -374,330 -617,033 -1,706,274 -4,389,779
Cff-8udgeL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Surplus/ueflclL(-):
1oLal -1,180,016 -796,361 -496,224 -303,363 -241,036 -181,771 -166,183 -213,234 -224,337 -216,349 -287,240 -2,019,176 -3,126,921
Cn-8udgeL -1,233,040 -832,983 -320,930 -324,313 -264,982 -207,030 -188,810 -227,392 -224,828 -199,189 -230,333 -2,130,442 -3,241,013
Cff-8udgeL 33,024 36,424 24,703 20,931 23,926 23,239 22,623 14,138 290 -17,360 -36,887 131,266 114,091
uebL Peld by Lhe Þubllc (end of year) 11,333,344 12,261,337 12,860,706 13,260,430 13,397,083 13,874,203 14,123,313 14,417,373 14,717,283 13,003,091 13,363,610
uebL Sub[ecL Lo LlmlL (end of year) 16,071,738 17,072,810 17,769,762 18,277,348 18,732,806 19,216,661 19,676,343 20,168,334 20,637,388 21,121,620 21,627,396
naLlonal uefense (030)
8A 360,847 362,166 374,807 388,301 602,938 618,319 633,241 633,094 671,328 690,261 709,430 2,946,932 6,306,323
C1 679,089 621,469 389,720 386,446 399,638 607,874 617,648 639,163 636,930 673,190 699,316 3,003,167 6,293,433
lnLernaLlonal Affalrs (130)
8A 47,798 43,128 40,113 38,271 38,082 40,446 42,366 43,303 44,294 43,329 46,649 200,040 421,981
C1 31,147 46,999 44,738 43,707 46,041 46,329 46,777 43,780 43,774 46,737 47,872 230,034 462,974
Ceneral Sclence, Space and 1echnology (230)
8A 29,139 28,001 28,134 28,633 29,176 29,739 30,412 31,066 31,747 32,434 33,173 143,723 302,373
C1 30,319 29,204 28,333 28,391 29,006 29,326 30,127 30,719 31,377 31,973 32,680 144,862 301,738
Lnergy (270)
8A 6,972 -3,023 1,670 932 990 960 960 1,017 973 863 900 1,347 6,262
C1 16,366 9,407 4,220 2,373 2,128 1,832 1,903 2,103 2,110 2,130 2,221 19,961 30,426
naLural 8esources & LnvlronmenL (300)
8A 36,777 33,274 31,334 30,181 30,868 31,848 33,140 33,981 33,132 33,338 36,046 137,723 331,362
C1 41,681 37,882 36,144 33,038 33,832 33,736 33,243 33,843 34,707 33,178 33,666 176,672 349,313
AgrlculLure (330)
8A 21,993 21,691 18,143 19,393 19,142 18,962 19,291 19,336 20,043 20,343 20,371 97,333 197,340
C1 18,642 24,611 19,113 19,107 18,761 18,371 18,849 19,132 19,667 20,134 20,187 100,163 198,172
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Commerce & Pouslng CredlL (370)
Cn-8udgeL
8A 43,474 -7,093 -1,433 711 2,673 3,133 6,313 7,778 9,491 10,206 11,311 -29 43,272
C1 33,218 -3,131 -12,070 -11,391 -12,166 -11,193 -10,323 -13,134 -14,113 -6,446 -6,333 -30,173 -102,926
Cff-8udgeL
8A 2,733 -788 -1,633 -2,697 -2,792 -2,903 -2,612 -2,324 -2,438 -2,331 -2,263 -10,833 -23,023
C1 2,733 -788 -1,633 -2,697 -2,792 -2,903 -2,613 -2,323 -2,439 -2,332 -2,264 -10,833 -23,028
1ransporLaLlon (400)
8A 88,613 37,139 80,829 74,602 76,312 77,361 80,640 81,636 83,163 80,486 93,104 366,642 787,673
C1 92,707 49,729 84,341 77,294 79,831 80,338 81,412 81,348 84,201 79,090 91,180 371,732 788,983
CommunlLy & 8eglonal uevelopmenL (430)
8A 20,873 11,047 7,307 7,389 7,413 7,427 7,433 7,410 7,301 7,604 7,726 40,383 78,260
C1 26,962 21,732 16,886 13,927 10,647 8,848 8,044 7,673 7,691 7,803 7,997 72,040 111,249
LducaLlon, 1ralnlng, LmploymenL, and Soclal Servlces (300)
8A 74,006 37,626 36,131 63,904 71,626 79,630 84,076 87,738 89,329 90,303 91,438 328,936 771,841
C1 91,613 78,333 60,269 64,931 71,719 78,632 84,121 87,647 89,911 91,272 92,408 333,903 799,263
PealLh (330)
8A 333,177 363,396 338,322 363,038 376,993 393,219 404,124 419,428 446,427 449,739 471,637 1,837,188 4,048,383
C1 336,334 363,614 362,336 369,433 376,408 394,734 406,143 417,337 433,169 446,710 468,212 1,868,787 4,040,378
Medlcare (370)
8A 492,317 310,144 332,701 334,993 601,313 613,386 634,339 692,173 737,284 784,647 866,391 2,814,741 6,329,973
C1 491,887 310,036 332,004 334,333 601,281 614,663 634,089 691,921 736,331 784,138 866,448 2,812,361 6,323,708
lncome SecurlLy (600)
8A 333,736 317,076 473,714 472,820 433,169 430,433 433,608 469,323 481,660 494,347 311,438 2,369,233 4,779,830
C1 332,903 316,848 474,603 471,200 433,843 448,404 447,336 467,922 480,331 493,341 313,336 2,366,899 4,771,184
Soclal SecurlLy (630)
Cn-8udgeL
8A 143,203 33,216 31,892 33,133 38,933 43,140 47,390 32,429 37,423 62,604 68,079 202,336 490,463
C1 143,098 33,296 32,002 33,210 38,991 43,140 47,390 32,429 37,423 62,604 68,079 202,639 490,766
Cff-8udgeL
8A 633,413 769,017 833,719 873,372 920,161 970,483 1,023,249 1,083,033 1,149,338 1,216,007 1,286,128 4,368,734 10,130,331
C1 629,814 763,307 830,026 871,343 913,632 963,334 1,019,916 1,079,199 1,143,321 1,209,669 1,279,189 4,348,064 10,079,338
veLerans 8eneflLs and Servlces (700)
8A 128,243 134,633 137,004 139,862 148,336 147,499 146,341 136,034 160,311 163,063 173,431 707,336 1,310,938
C1 128,499 133,222 137,230 139,774 148,044 146,846 143,634 133,291 139,760 164,272 174,607 707,116 1,306,680
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I|sca| ¥ear 2012 2013 2014 201S 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2013-2017 2013-2022
I¥2013 Cha|rman's Mark
[|n m||||ons of do||ars]
AdmlnlsLraLlon of !usLlce (730)
8A 34,849 34,277 31,201 32,499 33,868 33,704 37,407 39,263 61,091 63,137 68,922 269,348 379,369
C1 36,206 37,623 34,168 34,276 36,929 36,347 60,033 60,828 62,003 64,043 69,817 279,344 396,289
Ceneral CovernmenL (800)
8A 23,904 23,133 23,413 23,067 22,814 23,149 23,734 24,304 24,731 23,338 23,881 113,600 239,628
C1 29,377 23,031 24,042 23,433 22,961 23,170 23,699 23,897 24,363 24,896 23,449 118,639 240,963
neL lnLeresL (900)
Cn-8udgeL
8A 337,301 344,413 336,332 391,014 447,336 306,642 363,014 618,628 664,102 696,908 730,179 2,043,779 3,320,611
C1 337,301 344,413 336,332 391,014 447,336 306,642 363,014 618,628 664,102 696,908 730,179 2,043,779 3,320,611
Cff-8udgeL
8A -113,700 -110,204 -103,321 -100,071 -97,377 -97,813 -101,874 -106,343 -110,411 -113,380 -116,430 -310,987 -1,039,646
C1 -113,700 -110,204 -103,321 -100,071 -97,377 -97,813 -101,874 -106,343 -110,411 -113,380 -116,430 -310,987 -1,039,646
Allowances (920)
8A -3,400 -22,607 -87,771 -90,146 -94,030 -96,411 -101,394 -106,767 -113,223 -120,493 -121,281 -390,966 -934,123
C1 -3,400 839 -63,438 -83,043 -93,382 -101,773 -106,323 -111,222 -117,378 -123,812 -123,427 -346,982 -931,143
undlsLrlbuLed CffseLLlng 8ecelpLs (930)
Cn-8udgeL
8A -76,687 -84,736 -78,697 -84,331 -86,226 -94,307 -98,066 -104,843 -103,878 -108,168 -110,633 -428,697 -934,309
C1 -76,687 -84,736 -78,697 -84,331 -86,226 -94,307 -98,066 -104,843 -103,878 -108,168 -110,633 -428,697 -934,309
Cff-8udgeL
8A -13,393 -13,819 -16,328 -16,888 -17,491 -18,083 -18,731 -19,479 -20,168 -20,830 -21,493 -84,609 -183,332
C1 -13,393 -13,819 -16,328 -16,888 -17,491 -18,083 -18,731 -19,479 -20,168 -20,830 -21,493 -84,609 -183,332
Clobal War on 1errorlsm (970)
8A 126,344 96,723 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 44,139 273,361 494,136
C1 0 31,123 68,766 33,044 47,061 44,734 44,026 43,821 43,769 43,733 43,741 264,730 483,842
noLes:
3. 1he Cfflce of ManagemenL and 8udgeL and Lhe Congresslonal 8udgeL Cfflce do noL separaLely Lrack ouLlays for Lhe Clobal War on 1errorlsm (CWC1) once funds have been approprlaLed. 1he budgeL, Lherefore, shows ln funcLlon 970
CWC1 ouLlays LhaL resulL from new budgeL auLhorlLy occurrlng ln flscal years 2013-2022 only. CuLlays resulLlng from CWC1 acLlvlLy prlor Lo flscal year 2013 are lncluded ln budgeL funcLlons 030 and 130.
1. Cnly on-budgeL amounLs for flscal years 2013-2022 are enLered lnLo Lhe budgeL resoluLlon leglslaLlve LexL. Cff-budgeL amounLs are shown for dlsplay purposes only.
2. 1he flscal year 2013 budgeL resoluLlon does noL revlse flscal year 2012 amounLs. llscal year 2012 ls shown for dlsplay purposes only.
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