Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2009
U.S. Executive Office of the President, Feb 7, 2008 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2008 contains the Budget Message of the President, an overview discussion, and a discussion of the President's budget and management priorities by agency. This volume contains additional graphics, charts, and photographs.
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The Budget Message of the President
The Nations Fiscal Outlook
Managing for Results
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2007 Estimate Actual 2009 Spending Discretionary Administration agencies American American Competitiveness Initiative amounts in millions assistance authority from enacted benefits Budget proposes Centennial Challenge competitive continue costs deficit Department Development Direct Loan Disbursements disability Discretionary budget authority Discretionary outlays Dollar amounts earmarks economic growth Education enacted supplemental energy energy security enhance ensure Estimate Actual 2008 Expands Federal financing fiscal funding Global Government Grants health savings accounts Homeland Security Housing implement improve increase infrastructure Initiative International Space Station investment Legislative proposal line-item veto Major Savings Management Mandatory outlays mandatory spending Medicaid Medicare military Millennium Challenge Corporation millions of dollars non-add nuclear Pell Grants PEPFAR percent of GDP policies President President's 2009 Budget pro-growth promote protect receipts reduce robotic spacecraft Rural Utilities Service Savings and Reforms SCHIP Social Security Social Security Administration Spending Discretionary Budget strengthen tax relief taxpayers terrorism veterans