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                          2000 BUDGET PROPOSALS

                                     

                                           Table S-1.  BUDGET SUMMARY
                                            (In billions of dollars)
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                                                                               Estimate
                                              1998   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004
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Outlays...................................   1,652.6   1,727.1   1,765.7   1,799.2   1,820.3   1,893.0   1,957.9
 
Receipts..................................   1,721.8   1,806.3   1,883.0   1,933.3   2,007.1   2,075.0   2,165.5
 
Reserve pending Social Security reform....      69.2      79.3     117.3     134.1     186.7     182.0     207.6
 
Surplus...................................       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0
 
Resources contingent upon Social Security
 reform:
  Defense.................................  ........  ........  ........       9.6      17.1      13.0      15.0
  Non-defense.............................  ........  ........  ........      15.1      19.7      16.5       9.2
  Priority initiatives....................  ........  ........  ........       1.6       4.1       7.0       9.9
  Debt service............................  ........  ........  ........       0.7       2.3       4.3       6.3
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Remaining reserve.........................      69.2      79.3     117.3     107.2     143.6     141.3     167.3
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                                   Table S-2.  OUTLAYS, RECEIPTS, AND SURPLUS
                                            (In billions of dollars)
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                                                                               Estimate
                                              1998   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004
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Budget Policy with Social Security Reform:
  Outlays:
    Discretionary:
      Department of Defense...............     258.1     264.6     261.8     269.4     279.3     291.2     300.9
      Non-DOD discretionary...............     296.6     316.6     329.7     341.4     339.2     338.1     338.5
      Priority initiatives................  ........  ........  ........       1.6       4.1       7.0       9.9
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, discretionary...........     554.7     581.2     591.5     612.4     622.6     636.3     649.3
 
    Mandatory:
      Programmatic:
        Social Security...................     376.1     389.2     405.2     423.6     444.1     465.1     487.4
        Medicare and Medicaid.............     291.5     310.6     328.4     349.9     362.7     391.2     416.3
        Means-tested entitlements (except
         Medicaid)........................      99.1     106.6     111.6     117.6     123.6     128.5     134.3
        Deposit insurance.................      -4.4      -5.0      -2.3      -1.8      -1.3        -*       0.8
        Other.............................      92.2     117.4     116.1     117.9     114.8     125.1     131.0
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal mandatory..............     854.5     918.6     959.0   1,007.1   1,043.9   1,109.9   1,169.7
 
    Net interest..........................     243.4     227.2     215.2     206.6     197.1     187.6     179.2
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, mandatory and net interest   1,097.9   1,145.9   1,174.2   1,213.7   1,240.9   1,297.5   1,349.0
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total outlays...........................   1,652.6   1,727.1   1,765.7   1,826.1   1,863.5   1,933.8   1,998.3
                                           =====================================================================
  Receipts................................   1,721.8   1,806.3   1,883.0   1,933.3   2,007.1   2,075.0   2,165.5
                                           =====================================================================
Resources contingent upon Social Security
 reform:..................................
  Department of Defense...................  ........  ........  ........      -9.6     -17.1     -13.0     -15.0
  Non-DOD discretionary...................  ........  ........  ........     -15.1     -19.7     -16.5      -9.2
  Priority initiatives....................  ........  ........  ........      -1.6      -4.1      -7.0      -9.9
  Related debt service....................  ........  ........  ........      -0.7      -2.3      -4.3      -6.3
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total.................................  ........  ........  ........     -26.9     -43.2     -40.8     -40.4
 
Reserve pending Social Security reform....      69.2      79.3     117.3     134.1     186.7     182.0     207.6
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Surplus...................................       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0
 
MEMORANDUM:
  Discretionary totals if no Social
   Security reform is enacted, net of
   designated offsets.....................     554.7     581.2     573.8     573.3     568.2     584.1     599.9
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                                     Table S-3.  SUMMARY OF BUDGET PROPOSALS
                                            (In billions of dollars)
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                                                                    Estimate
                                          ------------------------------------------------------------   Total
                                             1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004    2000-2004
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Capped baseline surplus..................     79.6     116.7     134.1     186.7     182.0     207.6      827.2
 
Programmatic changes:
  Discretionary:
    Offset discretionary spending........       -*      17.2      12.9      13.5      15.8      15.3       74.7
    Mandatory offsets designated for
     discretionary:
      Federal tobacco revenues...........      0.1      -8.0      -7.1      -6.6      -6.4      -6.4      -34.5
      Tobacco recoupment.................  ........  ........  ........     -1.8      -3.3      -4.0       -9.1
      FAA user fees......................  ........     -1.1      -1.2      -1.1      -1.0      -0.9       -5.3
      Health care savings................  ........     -1.1      -0.9      -1.0      -1.0      -1.1       -5.1
      Superfund revenues.................     -0.1      -1.5      -1.2      -1.2      -1.2      -1.3       -6.5
      Other specified offsets............  ........     -6.0      -2.5      -1.8      -2.8      -1.7      -14.8
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, discretionary..........       -*      -0.6   ........  ........  ........  ........      -0.6
  Mandatory and revenues:
    Initiatives:
      Class size and child care..........  ........      1.2       1.6       1.9       2.1       2.5        9.4
      Health care........................  ........      0.2       1.3       1.6       1.2       1.0        5.3
      Revenue initiatives................      0.7       4.1       7.7       6.6       6.9       7.3       32.6
      Other..............................      0.1       0.9       1.6       1.7       1.3       1.6        7.1
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, initiatives............      0.8       6.5      12.2      11.8      11.6      12.4       54.4
    Offsets:
      Tobacco recoupment.................  ........  ........     -2.8      -2.1      -1.2      -0.7       -6.9
      Health care........................  ........     -0.2      -1.1      -1.3      -1.5      -1.6       -5.8
      Student loans......................     -0.1      -0.8      -0.6      -0.6      -0.6      -0.3       -2.9
      Revenue offsets....................     -0.3      -4.7      -6.9      -7.1      -7.3      -7.4      -33.4
      Other..............................       -*      -0.7      -0.8      -0.7      -0.9      -2.4       -5.5
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, offsets................     -0.5      -6.5     -12.2     -11.8     -11.6     -12.4      -54.4
                                          ======================================================================
        Subtotal, mandatory and revenues.      0.3   ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
 
  Debt service...........................        *   ........       -*        -*        -*        -*       -0.1
 
Reserve pending Social Security reform...     79.3     117.3     134.1     186.7     182.0     207.6      827.8
 
Surplus..................................      0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0        0.0
 
Resources contingent upon Social Security
 reform:
  Defense and non-defense discretionary
   spending..............................  ........  ........     26.3      40.9      36.5      34.1      137.7
  Related debt service...................  ........  ........      0.7       2.3       4.3       6.3       13.6
                                          ----------------------------------------------------------------------
  Remaining reserve......................     79.3     117.3     107.2     143.6     141.3     167.3      676.6
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                                              Table S-4.  DISCRETIONARY SPENDING CAPS AND BUDGET PROPOSALS
                                                                (In billions of dollars)
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                                                                                    Estimate                                           Total  2000-2004
                                           -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                  2000              2001              2002              2003              2004
                                           ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------    BA        OL
                                               BA       OL       BA       OL       BA       OL       BA       OL       BA       OL
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Proposed Discretionary Program  Funding
  Department of Defense...................    268.2    261.8    287.4    269.4    289.3    279.3    299.7    291.2    308.5    300.9   1,453.1   1,402.6
  Non-DOD.................................    286.8    329.7    300.5    341.4    299.5    339.2    298.7    338.1    299.4    338.5   1,484.9   1,686.9
  Reserve for Priority Initiatives........  .......  .......      3.0      1.6      6.0      4.1      9.0      7.0     12.0      9.9      30.0      22.6
                                           -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Proposed Discretionary Funding
     Level................................    555.0    591.5    590.9    612.4    594.8    622.6    607.4    636.3    619.9    649.3   2,968.0   3,112.1
 
Offsets to Discretionary Spending:
  Mandatory Offsets Designated for
   Discretionary..........................     -6.8     -6.8     -5.0     -4.9     -4.9     -5.0     -4.9     -4.9     -4.9     -4.9     -26.6     -26.6
  Transfer of 2000 PAYGO Balances for
   Defense Discretionary..................     -2.9     -2.9     -0.8     -0.8     -0.2     -0.2     -1.1     -1.1  .......  .......      -5.0      -5.0
  Tobacco Legislation:
    Federal Tobacco Revenues..............     -8.0     -8.0     -7.1     -7.1     -6.6     -6.6     -6.4     -6.4     -6.4     -6.4     -34.5     -34.5
    Recoupment Policy.....................  .......  .......  .......  .......     -3.4     -1.8     -4.3     -3.3     -4.3     -4.0     -11.9      -9.1
                                           -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Offsets to Discretionary
     Spending.............................    -17.8    -17.7    -12.9    -12.9    -15.1    -13.5    -16.7    -15.8    -15.6    -15.3     -78.1     -75.2
 
Resources Contingent Upon Social Security
 Reform:
  Department of Defense...................  .......  .......    -14.2     -9.6    -12.8    -17.1    -13.5    -13.0    -15.2    -15.0     -55.7     -54.6
  Non-DOD.................................  .......  .......    -33.5    -15.1    -28.8    -19.7     -7.0    -16.5     -7.2     -9.2     -76.5     -60.5
  Reserve for Priority Initiatives........  .......  .......     -3.0     -1.6     -6.0     -4.1     -9.0     -7.0    -12.0     -9.9     -30.0     -22.6
                                           -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Contingent Adjustments.........  .......  .......    -50.7    -26.3    -47.6    -40.9    -29.5    -36.5    -34.5    -34.1    -162.2    -137.7
                                           =============================================================================================================
  Total Offsets and Contingent Adjustments
   to Discretionary Spending..............    -17.8    -17.7    -63.6    -39.1    -62.7    -54.4    -46.2    -52.2    -50.0    -49.4    -240.3    -212.9
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Proposed Discretionary Funding Level......    555.0    591.5    590.9    612.4    594.8    622.6    607.4    636.3    619.9    649.3   2,968.0   3,112.1
 
Less: Offsets and Contingent Resources....    -17.8    -17.7    -63.6    -39.1    -62.7    -54.4    -46.2    -52.2    -50.0    -49.4    -240.3    -212.9
 
Level with Offsets and Contingent
 Adjustments .............................    537.2    573.8    527.3    573.3    532.1    568.2    561.3    584.1    569.9    599.9   2,727.7   2,899.2
 
Current Discretionary Spending Caps.......    537.2    574.4    541.9    573.3    551.0    568.2    566.9    584.1    583.4    599.9   2,780.4   2,899.8
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                                   Table S-5.  MANDATORY AND REVENUE PROPOSALS
                                            (In millions of dollars)
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                                                                     Estimate
                                           -----------------------------------------------------------   Total
                                              1999     2000      2001      2002      2003      2004    2000-2004
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Initiatives:
  Agriculture:............................
    Increase Environmental Quality
     Incentive Program....................  .......        20        41        53        65        74        253
    Forest Service payments to States de-
     coupling.............................  .......        27        41        55        64        72        259
    Wildlife Habitat Incentives Program
     (WHIP)...............................  .......         3         5         7         8         8         31
    Farmland Protection Program (FPP).....  .......         1         6        20        28        27         82
    Cooperator Export Program/quality
     samples..............................  .......        30        30        30        30        30        150
    Reallocate rural development and
     research funds.......................  .......  ........        11        27        42        43        123
    EZ/EC economic development grants.....  .......  ........         5        12        14        14         45
    Extend CCC computer funding...........  .......        35        35        35        35        35        175
    Restore food stamp benefits for
     elderly legal immigrants.............  .......        10        10        10        15        15         60
 
  Education: Extend loan consolidation....      133        91  ........  ........  ........  ........         91
 
  HHS:
    Education and child care:.............
      Child care..........................  .......       828     1,085     1,333     1,525     1,904      6,675
      Establish Early Learning Fund.......  .......       372       516       603       624       612      2,727
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, education and child care  .......     1,200     1,601     1,936     2,149     2,516      9,402
    Foster care/independent living........  .......         6        31        43        49        51        180
    Health care:
      Medicare buy-in, health costs.......  .......  ........       322       406       372       336      1,436
      Disability health options...........  .......        20        75       169       250       342        856
      Cancer clinical trials..............  .......        10       190       250       300  ........        750
      Covering children...................  .......        79       619       601        85        25      1,409
      Long-term care eligibility
       expansion, Medicaid costs..........  .......         5        15        25        30        35        110
      Immigrant proposals, Medicaid/CHIP
       costs..............................  .......        31        57       107       187       285        667
      Other...............................  .......        59  ........  ........  ........  ........         59
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, Health care.............  .......       204     1,278     1,558     1,224     1,023      5,287
 
  HUD:
    Fund new urban empowerment zones......  .......         3        51       114       138       144        450
    Elderly housing vouchers..............  .......         8        46        77        78        80        289
  Interior:
    BLM timber payments to States
     delinkage............................  .......         9        12        15        17        17         70
    Recreation/entrance fees..............  .......  ........  ........       -24        29        74         79
    Finance land purchases with sales of
     surplus land.........................  .......  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
    Transfers to retired miner's health
     benefits.............................  .......        42  ........  ........  ........  ........         42
    Expand cover-over of distilled spirits
     tax to Virgin Islands................  .......        12        12        12        12        12         60
 
  Labor:
    Reauthorize NAFTA-TAA through 9/30/01
     and other TAA amendments.............  .......       101       150        65        16  ........        332
    PBGC: raise guarantee cap for multi-
     employer pensions and other..........  .......         1         1         2         3         3         10
    UI reform proposal....................  .......        90       190       260        20        40        600
    Extend welfare to work................  .......       133       518       333        16  ........      1,000
 
  Transportation:
    Shift St. Lawrence Seaway to mandatory  .......        12        12        13        14        14         65
 
  Treasury:
    Expand cover-over of distilled spirits
     tax to Puerto Rico...................  .......        34        34        34        34        34        170
    Long-term care tax credit (outlay
     portion).............................  .......         6       123       127       146       156        558
 
  Veterans:
    Pay full compensation benefits for
     Filipinos residing in the United
     States...............................  .......         5         5         5         5         5         25
    Charge fees to lenders participating
     in VA's home loan program to fund
     information technology improvements:
      Increased technology spending.......  .......         5         5         5  ........  ........         15
      Fees................................  .......        -5        -5        -5  ........  ........        -15
 
  Department of Defense--Civil: Retirement
   reform.................................  .......         1         1         1         1         2          6
 
  EPA: Provide funding for Superfund
   orphan shares..........................  .......       200       200       200       200       200      1,000

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  FEMA: Flood map modernization...........  .......        26        53        61        64        66        270
 
  SSA:
    Return to work proposals (SSI portion)  .......  ........  ........        -5        -5        -5        -15
    Restore SSI benefits for disabled
     legal immigrants.....................  .......  ........  ........        77       180       328        585
  United Mine Workers of America:
    Interior transfers for retired miner's
     health benefits......................  .......       -42  ........  ........  ........  ........        -42
    Health benefits.......................        8        57        14        13        12        12        108
  Revenues:
    Provide tax relief and extend
     provisions...........................      670     4,129     7,664     6,617     6,889     7,330     32,629
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, initiatives...............      811     6,454    12,180    11,783    11,592    12,420     54,429
 
Offsets not designated for discretionary:
  Agriculture:
    Cut conservation farm option to fund
     WHIP and FPP.........................  .......        -3       -16       -21       -27       -29        -96
    Reduce EEP............................  .......       -85      -106      -118      -130      -139       -578
    Charge fair market value for timber/
     Forest Service.......................  .......       -17       -17       -17       -17       -17        -85
    12 percent commodity provisions.......  .......       -57       -66       -52       -66       -75       -316
    Forest service recreation fees........  .......  ........  ........       -24        -7       -17        -48
 
  Education--student loans:
    Advance recall of reserves............     -142       -23  ........  ........  ........  ........        -23
    Recall additional federal fund
     reserves.............................  .......       -80      -234      -262      -159       -65       -800
    Implement a 90-day non-interest
     accruing period before lenders file
     default claims.......................  .......       -17       -24       -27       -29       -31       -128
    Eliminate GA complement at 95 percent
     on new loans.........................  .......       -41       -60       -65       -70       -74       -310
    Reduce guaranty agency retention rate
     to 18.5 percent......................  .......      -483       -64       -66       -72       -77       -762
    Reduce lender subsidy to 20 basis
     points on tax exempt lenders.........  .......      -132      -205      -218      -264       -96       -915
 
  HHS:
    Eliminate child support hold harmless
     payments and conform paternity match
     with administrative match rate.......  .......       -74       -67       -61       -63       -59       -324
    Health care savings...................  .......      -226    -1,111    -1,266    -1,545    -1,615     -5,763
    Adjustment of child support orders....  .......  ........        33        -5       -43       -70        -85
    Cap TANF transfer to SSBG.............  .......      -600  ........  ........  ........       100       -500
 
  Interior:
    Hardrock mining production fee on
     public lands.........................  .......  ........        -8       -26       -26       -26        -86
    Filming and photography on public land  .......  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
 
  Treasury:
    Extend customs user fees..............  .......  ........  ........  ........  ........    -1,522     -1,522
    Simplification of foster child credit
     (outlay portion).....................  .......        -2       -36       -37       -39       -40       -154
 
  Veterans:
    Extend expiring OBRA VA provisions:
      Round down to the next lower dollar
       COLA adjustments to disability
       compensation and DIC...............  .......  ........  ........  ........       -15       -24        -39
      Limit pension benefits to Medicaid
       eligible beneficiaries in nursing
       homes (includes Medicaid offset)...  .......  ........  ........  ........      -110      -117       -227
      Verify income of pension
       beneficiaries with the IRS and SSA.  .......  ........  ........  ........        -3        -3         -6
      Collect higher loan fees and reduce
       resale losses......................  .......  ........  ........  ........      -188      -190       -378
 
  SSA: Program integrity proposal (SSI
   portion)...............................  .......       -14       -18       -59       -65       -46       -202
 
  Fed/FDIC: State bank exam fee (non-Fed
   members)...............................  .......       -84       -88       -91       -95      -100       -458
 
  Allowances:
    Tobacco recoupment policy.............  .......  ........    -2,824    -2,123    -1,235      -690     -6,872
 
  Revenues:
    State bank exam fees..................  .......       -82       -86       -90       -94       -98       -450
    FEMA mortgage transaction fees........  .......       -58       -59       -62       -65       -68       -312
    United Mine Workers premiums..........       -8       -15       -14       -13       -12       -12        -66
    Clergy open season for OASDHI coverage
     (on-budget portion)..................  .......        -2        -1        -1        -1        -1         -6
    UI solvency incentive.................  .......      -224      -312       -96  ........  ........       -632

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    Eliminate unwarranted benefits........     -334    -4,744    -6,859    -7,090    -7,303    -7,390    -33,386
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, offsets not designated for
       discretionary......................     -484    -7,063   -12,242   -11,890   -11,743   -12,591    -55,529
                                           =====================================================================
Subtotal, proposals subject to pay-as-you-
 go.......................................      327      -609       -62      -107      -151      -171     -1,100
 
Proposals not subject to pay-as-you-go:
  Education:
    Family education loans modification
     transfer.............................  .......       468      -110      -111       -97       -80         70
 
  Labor:
    UI integrity..........................  .......      -118      -160      -160      -160      -160       -758
 
  Social Security Administration:
    Return to work proposals (DI portion).  .......        10        25        41        45        46        167
    Program integrity proposal (DI
     portion).............................  .......        -7       -11       -13       -12       -13        -56
    Impact of Medicare buy-on on OASI.....  .......  ........        64       113       144       153        474
 
  FDIC:
    Interest payments related to State
     exam fees............................  .......        -2        -7       -12       -17       -23        -61
  Morris K. Udall Scholarship Foundation:
    Receipt of federal payments to the
     foundation...........................  .......        -3        -3        -3        -3        -3        -15
  Undistributed offsetting receipts:
    Redefine wage base for military pay
     covered by Social Security...........  .......       264       271       261       260       261      1,317
  Revenues:
    Clergy open season for OASDHI coverage
     (off-budget portion).................  .......        -3        -7        -9        -9       -10        -38
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, proposals not subject to
       pay-as-you-go......................  .......       609        62       107       151       171      1,100
                                           =====================================================================
Subtotal, proposals not designated for
 discretionary............................      327  ........  ........  ........  ........  ........  .........
 
Offsets designated for discretionary:
  Outlays:
    Education--student loans:
      NDNH savings........................  .......      -876       -19       -25       -26       -25       -971
      Recall additional federal fund
       reserves...........................  .......      -788  ........  ........  ........  ........       -788
 
    HHS:
      Health care savings.................  .......    -1,100      -920    -1,030      -980    -1,070     -5,100
      Freeze TANF supplemental growth at
       FY99 level.........................  .......       -45       -87       -48       -41       -20       -241
 
    Corps of Engineers:
      Harbor services fund user fees......  .......      -966      -963      -960      -996    -1,014     -4,899
 
    Undistributed offsetting receipts:
      Change in military retirement.......  .......      -849    -1,058    -1,159    -1,231    -1,270     -5,567
 
    Allowances:
      Tobacco recoupment policy...........  .......  ........  ........    -1,794    -3,318    -3,998     -9,110
 
    Revenues:
      Superfund tax extensions............     -109    -1,532    -1,207    -1,219    -1,242    -1,259     -6,459
      Repeal of existing harbor
       maintenance excise tax.............  .......       472       505       541       578       619      2,715
      FAA user fees.......................  .......    -1,122    -1,184    -1,091    -1,007      -910     -5,314
      Federal tobacco taxes...............       77    -7,987    -7,105    -6,589    -6,418    -6,400    -34,499
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Subtotal, offsets designated for
 discretionary............................      -32   -14,793   -12,038   -13,374   -14,681   -15,347    -70,233
                                           =====================================================================
  TOTAL, mandatory and revenue proposals..      295   -14,793   -12,038   -13,374   -14,681   -15,347    -70,233
 
MEMORANDUM:
  Total tobacco recoupment policy savings
   shown above............................  .......  ........    -2,824    -3,917    -4,553    -4,688    -15,982
  Total health care savings shown above...  .......    -1,326    -2,031    -2,296    -2,525    -2,685    -10,863
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                                   Table S-6.  EFFECT OF PROPOSALS ON RECEIPTS
                                            (In millions of dollars)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                             Estimate
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
                                                   1999     2000     2001     2002     2003     2004   2000-2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Provide tax relief and extend expiring
 provisions:
  Make health care more affordable:
    Provide tax relief for long-term care needs  .......      -52   -1,107   -1,144   -1,312   -1,408     -5,023
    Provide tax relief for workers with
     disabilities..............................  .......      -21     -151     -169     -187     -196       -724
    Provide tax relief to encourage small
     business health plans.....................  .......       -1       -5      -10      -15      -13        -44
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, make health care more
       affordable..............................  .......      -74   -1,263   -1,323   -1,514   -1,617     -5,791
 
  Expand education initiatives:
    Provide incentives for public school
     construction and modernization............  .......     -146     -570     -939   -1,035   -1,045     -3,735
    Extend employer-provided educational
     assistance and include graduate education.      -72     -267     -719     -236  .......  .......     -1,222
    Provide tax credit for workplace literacy
     and basic education programs..............  .......       -3      -18      -25      -38      -55       -139
    Encourage sponsorship of qualified zone
     academies.................................  .......      -22      -43      -55      -24  .......       -144
    Eliminate 60-month limit on student loan
     interest deduction........................  .......      -18      -61      -62      -67      -73       -281
    Eliminate tax when forgiving student loans
     subject to income contingent repayment....  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .........
    Provide tax relief for participants in
     certain Federal education programs........  .......       -3       -7       -7       -7       -6        -30
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, expand education initiatives...      -72     -459   -1,418   -1,324   -1,171   -1,179     -5,551
 
  Make child care more affordable:
    Increase, expand, and simplify child and
     dependent care tax credit.................  .......     -338   -1,585   -1,426   -1,471   -1,503     -6,323
    Provide tax incentives for employer-
     provided child-care facilities............  .......      -40      -84     -114     -131     -140       -509
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, make child care more affordable  .......     -378   -1,669   -1,540   -1,602   -1,643     -6,832
 
  Provide incentives to revitalize communities:
    Increase low-income housing tax credit per
     capita cap................................  .......      -46     -186     -330     -474     -620     -1,656
    Provide Better America Bonds to improve the
     environment...............................  .......       -8      -49     -127     -205     -284       -673
    Provide New Markets Tax Credit.............  .......      -12      -88     -207     -297     -376       -980
    Expand tax incentives for SSBICs...........       -*       -*       -*       -*       -*       -*         -*
    Extend wage credit for two new EZs.........  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .........
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, provide incentives to
       revitalize communities..................  .......      -66     -323     -664     -976   -1,280     -3,309
 
  Promote energy efficiency and improve the
   environment:
    Provide tax credit for energy-efficient
     building equipment........................  .......     -230     -407     -376     -393     -127     -1,533
    Provide tax credit for new energy-efficient
     homes.....................................  .......      -60     -109      -92      -72      -96       -429
    Extend electric vehicle tax credit; provide
     tax credit for fuel-efficient vehicles....  .......  .......  .......       -4     -178     -712       -894
    Provide investment tax credit for CHP
     systems...................................       -1      -64      -99     -110      -52       -7       -332
    Provide tax credit for rooftop solar
     systems...................................  .......       -9      -19      -25      -34      -45       -132
    Extend wind and biomass tax credit and
     expand eligible biomass sources...........  .......      -20      -48      -73      -88      -94       -323
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, promote energy efficiency and
       improve the environment.................       -1     -383     -682     -680     -817   -1,081     -3,643
 
  Promote expanded retirement savings, security
   and portability.............................      -27     -144     -204     -218     -213     -218       -997
 
  Extend expiring provisions:
    Allow personal tax credits against the AMT.      -67     -679     -707  .......  .......  .......     -1,386
    Extend work opportunity tax credit.........      -23     -116     -164      -81      -38      -16       -415

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    Extend welfare-to-work tax credit..........       -3      -19      -36      -21       -9       -2        -87
    Extend R&E tax credit......................     -311     -933     -656     -281     -133      -53     -2,056
    Make permanent the expensing of brownfields
     remediation costs.........................  .......  .......     -106     -170     -168     -167       -611
    Extend tax credit for first-time DC
     homebuyers................................        1       -1      -10       -1  .......  .......        -12
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, extend expiring provisions.....     -403   -1,748   -1,679     -554     -348     -238     -4,567
 
  Simplify the tax laws........................      -64     -141     -159     -154     -104      -41       -599
 
  Miscellaneous provisions:
    Make first $2,000 of severance pay exempt
     from income tax...........................  .......      -42     -168     -173     -133  .......       -516
    Allow steel companies to carryback NOLs up
     to five years.............................      -19     -190      -28      -30      -24      -20       -292
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, miscellaneous provisions.......      -19     -232     -196     -203     -157      -20       -808
 
  Electricity restructuring:
    Deny tax-exempt status for new electric
     utility bonds except for distribution
     related expenses; repeal cost of service
     limitation for determining deductible
     contributions to nuclear decommissioning
     funds.....................................  .......        4       11       20       30       41        106
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, electricity restructuring......  .......        4       11       20       30       41        106
 
  Modify international trade provisions:
    Extend and modify Puerto Rico economic-
     activity tax credit.......................  .......      -24      -46      -71     -106     -141       -388
    Extend GSP and modify other trade
     provisions \1\............................      -84     -484     -223      -93      -96      -99       -995
    Levy tariff on certain textiles/apparel
     produced in the CNMI \1\..................  .......  .......      187      187      187      187        748
    Expand Virgin Island tariff credits \1\....  .......  .......       -*       -*       -2       -1         -3
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, modify international trade
       provisions..............................      -84     -508      -82       23      -17      -54       -638
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, provide tax relief and extend
     expiring provisions.......................     -670   -4,129   -7,664   -6,617   -6,889   -7,330    -32,629
 
Eliminate unwarranted benefits and adopt other
 revenue measures:
  Limit benefits of corporate tax shelter
   transactions:
    Deny tax benefits resulting from non-
     economic transactions; modify substantial
     understatement penalty for corporate tax
     shelters; deny deductions for certain tax
     advice and impose excise taxes on certain
     fees, rescission provisions and provisions
     guaranteeing tax benefits.................  .......       11       76      162      194      214        657
    Preclude taxpayers from taking tax
     positions inconsistent with the form of
     their transactions........................        5       50       52       55       58       62        277
    Tax income from corporate tax shelters
     involving tax-indifferent parties.........       15      150      155      165      175      185        830
    Require accrual of income on forward sale
     of corporate stock........................        1        4        9       13       21       31         78
    Modify treatment of built-in losses and
     other attribute trafficking...............        9      113      185      192      200      208        898
    Modify treatment of ESOP as S corporation
     shareholder...............................       17       64      102      145      183      202        696
    Prevent serial liquidation of U.S.
     subsidiaries of foreign corporations......  .......       12       20       19       19       19         89
    Prevent capital gains avoidance through
     basis shift transactions involving foreign
     shareholders..............................       65      301      114       64       45       27        551
    Limit inappropriate tax benefits for
     lessors of tax-exempt use property........        1       35       79      119      147      163        543

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    Prevent mismatching of deductions and
     income exclusions in transactions with
     related foreign persons...................  .......       60      104      108      112      117        501
    Restrict basis creation through Section
     357(c)....................................        3        9       19       28       39       50        145
    Modify anti-abuse rule related to
     assumption of liabilities.................        1        2        4        5        7        9         27
    Modify COLI rules..........................  .......      240      366      398      427      451      1,882
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, limit benefits of corporate tax
       shelter transactions....................      117    1,051    1,285    1,473    1,627    1,738      7,174
 
  Other proposals:
    Require banks to accrue interest on short-
     term obligations..........................  .......       72        2        3        4        4         85
    Require current accrual of market discount
     by accrual method taxpayers...............        3        7       11       15       20       25         78
    Limit conversion of character of income
     from constructive ownership transactions
     with respect to partnership interests.....       19       30       37       32       32       35        166
    Modify rules for debt-financed portfolio
     stock.....................................        1        5        9       14       20       26         74
    Modify and clarify certain rules relating
     to debt-for-debt exchanges................       15       76      109      108      107      106        506
    Modify and clarify straddle rules..........       16       40       50       48       47       49        234
    Conform control test for tax-free
     incorporations, distributions, and
     reorganizations...........................        7       18       22       22       21       21        104
    Tax issuance of tracking stock.............       40      105      128      127      127      127        614
    Require consistent treatment and provide
     basis allocation rules for transfers of
     intangibles in certain nonrecognition
     transactions..............................        2       66       83       86       90       95        420
    Modify tax treatment of downstream mergers.       14       42       55       59       63       67        286
    Modify partnership distribution rules......      -28      131      162      173      162      147        775
    Deny change in method treatment to tax-free
     formations................................        6       94       64       65       67       70        360
    Repeal installment method for accrual basis
     taxpayers.................................  .......      685      757      438      114       16      2,010
    Deny deduction for punitive damages........       16       88      124      130      137      143        622
    Apply uniform capitalization rules to
     tollers...................................  .......       25       39       40       42       21        167
    Provide consistent amortization periods for
     intangibles...............................  .......     -219     -189       48      255      435        330
    Clarify recovery period of utility grading
     costs.....................................        9       30       49       61       69       75        284
    Require recapture of policyholder surplus
     accounts..................................  .......      134      222      219      217      215      1,007
    Modify rules for capitalizing policy
     acquisition costs of life insurance
     companies.................................  .......      379      977      946      914      880      4,096
    Subject investment income of trade
     associations to tax.......................  .......      172      294      309      325      341      1,441
    Restore phaseout of unified credit for
     large estates.............................  .......       27       61       66       72       76        302
    Require consistent valuation for estate and
     income tax purposes.......................  .......        3        8       13       17       22         63
    Require basis allocation for part sale/part
     gift transactions.........................  .......        2        3        4        5        6         20
    Conform treatment of surviving spouses in
     community property States.................        3       15       33       46       59       72        225
    Expand section 864(c)(4)(B) to interest and
     dividend equivalents......................  .......        9       15       16       16       17         73
    Recapture overall foreign losses when CFC
     stock is disposed.........................  .......        6        6        6        6        7         31
    Increase elective withholding rate for
     nonperiodic distributions from deferred
     compensation plans........................  .......       42        2        2        2        2         50
    Increase section 4973 excise tax for excess
     IRA contributions.........................  .......        1       12       12       13       14         52
    Limit pre-funding of welfare benefits for
     10 or more employer plans.................  .......       92      156      159      150      149        706
    Subject signing bonuses to employment taxes  .......        5        3        3        3        3         17
    Expand reporting of cancellation of
     indebtedness income.......................  .......        7        7        7        7        7         35
    Require taxpayers to include rental income
     of residence in income without regard to
     the period of rental......................  .......        4       11       11       12       12         50

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    Repeal lower-of-cost-or-market inventory
     accounting method.........................       18      422      525      431      433      201      2,012
    Defer interest deduction and OID on certain
     convertible debt..........................        2        9       20       32       44       55        160
    Modify deposit requirement for FUTA........  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .........
    Reinstate Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund
     tax \1\...................................       26      254      256      257      261      264      1,292
    Deny DRD for certain preferred stock.......        4       13       26       38       52       66        195
    Disallow interest on debt allocable to tax-
     exempt obligations........................        4       11       17       23       28       33        112
    Repeal percentage depletion for non-fuel
     minerals mined on Federal and formerly
     Federal lands.............................  .......       92       94       96       97       99        478
    Modify rules relating to foreign oil and
     gas extraction income.....................  .......        5       65      107      112      118        407
    Increase penalties for failure to file
     correct information returns...............  .......        6       12       15       19       13         65
    Tighten the substantial understatement
     penalty for large corporations............  .......  .......       25       42       43       37        147
    Require withholding on certain gambling
     winnings..................................  .......       17        4        1        1        1         24
    Simplify foster child definition under EITC  .......  .......        6        7        7        7         27
    Replace sales-source rules with activity-
     based rules...............................  .......      310      540      570      600      630      2,650
    Repeal tax-free conversions of large C
     corporations into S corporations..........  .......       10       32       46       56       68        212
    Eliminate the income recognition exception
     for accrual method service providers......        1       32       44       46       48       50        220
    Modify structure of businesses indirectly
     conducted by REITs........................        4       27       27       27       28       28        137
    Modify treatment of closely held REITs.....  .......       24       10       12       14       15         75
    Impose excise tax on purchase of structured
     settlements...............................        6        8        6        3        1       -2         16
    Amend 80/20 company rules..................       28       48       49       51       52       53        253
    Modify foreign office material
     participation exception applicable to
     inventory sales attributable to
     nonresident's U.S. office.................        1        7       10       10       11       11         49
    Stop abuse of CFC exception to ownership
     requirements of section 883...............  .......        4        9        7        5        5         30
    Include QTIP trust assets in surviving
     spouse's estate...........................  .......  .......        2        2        2        2          8
    Eliminate non-business valuation discounts.  .......      206      425      443      477      494      2,045
    Eliminate gift tax exemption for personal
     residence trusts..........................  .......       -1       -1       -1        3       12         12
    Increase proration percentage for P&C
     insurance companies.......................  .......       -4       49       64       87      107        303
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, other proposals................      217    3,693    5,574    5,617    5,676    5,652     26,212
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, eliminate unwarranted benefits
     and adopt other revenue measures \1\......      334    4,744    6,859    7,090    7,303    7,390     33,386
 
Other provisions that affect receipts:
  Reinstate environmental tax on corporate
   taxable income \2\..........................  .......      794      460      463      476      481      2,674
  Reinstate Superfund excise taxes \1\.........      109      738      747      756      766      778      3,785
  Convert Airport and Airway Trust Fund taxes
   to a cost-based user fee system \1\.........  .......    1,122    1,184    1,091    1,007      910      5,314
  Receipts from tobacco legislation \1\........      -77    7,987    7,105    6,589    6,418    6,400     34,499
  Assess fees for examination of bank holding
   companies and State-chartered member banks
   (receipt effect) \1\........................  .......       82       86       90       94       98        450
  Restore premiums for United Mine Workers of
   America Combined Benefit Fund...............        8       15       14       13       12       12         66
  Assess mortgage transaction fees for flood
   hazard determination \1\....................  .......       58       59       62       65       68        312

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  Replace Harbor Maintenance tax with the
   Harbor Services User Fee (receipt effect)
   \1\.........................................  .......     -472     -505     -541     -578     -619     -2,715
  Allow members of the clergy to revoke
   exemption from Social Security and Medicare
   coverage....................................  .......        5        8       10       10       11         44
  Create solvency incentive for State
   unemployment trust fund accounts \1\........  .......      224      312       96  .......  .......        632
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Subtotal, other provisions that affect
     receipts \1\..............................       40   10,553    9,470    8,629    8,270    8,139     45,061
                                                ----------------------------------------------------------------
Total effect of proposals \1\..................     -296   11,168    8,665    9,102    8,684    8,199     45,818
 
(Paygo proposals) \1\..........................     -328      996     -333      735      586      239      2,223
 
(Non-paygo proposals)..........................  .......        3        7        9        9       10         38
 
(Discretionary offset) \1\.....................       32   10,169    8,991    8,358    8,089    7,950     43,557
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* $500,000 or less.
 
\1\ Net of income offsets.
 
\2\ Net of deductibility for income tax purposes.


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         Table S-7.  FRAMEWORK FOR SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM               AND LONG-TERM FISCAL DISCIPLINE
                                              (Dollars in billions)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Subtotal   Subtotal   Subtotal    Total     Percent
                                                           2000-2004  2005-2009  2010-2014  2000-2014   of Total
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Reserve pending Social Security reform...................        828      1,582      2,444      4,854
 
Use of reserve:
  Social Security........................................        445        886      1,433      2,764        62%
  Medicare...............................................        124        226        336        686        15%
  Universal Savings Accounts.............................         96        176        264        536        12%
  Military readiness and other   critical national needs.        138        180        164        481        11%
                                                          ------------------------------------------------------
    Total use of reserve.................................        803      1,468      2,196      4,467       100%
 
  Financing costs........................................         24        114        248        387
                                                          ---------------------------------------------
    Total reserve........................................        828      1,582      2,444      4,854
 
Memorandum:
  Debt held by the public after use of reserve, end of
   period................................................      3,290      2,466      1,168
  Percent of GDP.........................................        30%        18%         7%
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                                         Table S-8.  TOBACCO LEGISLATION
                                            (In billions of dollars)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                         Estimate
                                                                         ---------------------------------------
                                                                           2000    2001    2002    2003    2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Receipts:
  55 cent per pack increase \1\.........................................     6.9     6.4     6.4     6.4     6.4
  Accelerate BBA 15 cent increase.......................................     1.1     0.7     0.2  ......  ......
                                                                         ---------------------------------------
    Total...............................................................     8.0     7.1     6.6     6.4     6.4
 
Tobacco-Related Health Care Costs in Federal Programs:
  Veterans..............................................................     4.0     4.0     4.0     4.0     4.0
  Federal Employees Health Benefits Program.............................     2.2     2.3     2.5     2.7     2.9
  Department of Defense.................................................     1.6     1.7     1.7     1.7     1.8
  Indian Health Service.................................................     0.3     0.3     0.3     0.3     0.3
                                                                         ---------------------------------------
    Total...............................................................     8.0     8.2     8.5     8.7     8.9
 
Memorandum:
  Estimated effects of recoupment policy................................  ......    -4.6    -4.7    -4.8    -4.8
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes accelerated date for BATF excise tax ($381 million into 2000).


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                       Table S-9.  DISCRETIONARY PROPOSALS BY APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE
                                            (In billions of dollars)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1998 Enacted        1999 Estimate       2000 Proposed     Change: 1999 to
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------        2000
   Appropriations Subcommittee                                                                ------------------
                                      BA      Outlays     BA      Outlays     BA      Outlays     BA     Outlays
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Discretionary, Excluding Special
            Categories
Agriculture and Rural Development      14.1      13.8      14.2      15.1      13.7      14.1     -0.4      -1.1
Commerce, Justice, State and the
 Judiciary.......................      26.1      24.7      29.6      27.2      29.9      28.4      0.4       1.2
District of Columbia.............       0.8       0.8       0.4       0.4       0.3       0.3     -0.1      -0.1
Energy and Water Development.....      20.9      20.7      21.6      21.5      21.5      21.2     -0.2      -0.3
Foreign Operations:
  Subcommittee Total (Excluding
   Funding Listed Below).........      13.1      13.0      15.3      13.2      14.6      13.3     -0.7       0.1
    IMF: Increase in the U.S.
     Quota.......................  ........  ........      14.5  ........  ........  ........    -14.5  ........
    IMF: New Arrangements to
     Borrow (NAB)................  ........  ........       3.4  ........  ........  ........     -3.4  ........
Interior and Related Agencies....      14.0      13.6      14.0      14.3      15.0      14.9      1.0       0.7
Labor, HHS, and Education........      81.1      75.2      84.5      82.0      89.2      88.1      4.6       6.1
Legislative......................       2.3       2.2       2.6       2.4       2.6       2.7      0.0       0.3
Military Construction............       9.3       9.9       8.7       9.2       5.4       8.4     -3.2      -0.8
National Security................     250.7     248.3     255.0     255.5     262.9     253.5      7.9      -2.0
Transportation and Related
 Agencies........................      14.9      37.2      12.4      13.8      12.8      14.6      0.3       0.8
Treasury, Postal Service, and
 General Government..............      12.6      12.4      14.2      13.5      13.3      13.6     -0.9       0.1
Veterans Affairs, HUD,
 Independent Agencies............      68.9      79.0      71.3      80.1      69.6      81.5     -1.7       1.4
Designated Offsets to
 Discretionary Spending..........  ........  ........  ........  ........     -18.1     -17.9    -18.1     -17.9
 
Emergency Funding:
  Emergency Funding for Wye River
   Memorandum....................  ........  ........       0.9       0.6  ........       0.1     -0.9      -0.5
  Contingent Emergency Funding
   Expected to be Released.......  ........  ........       6.7       2.5  ........       2.7     -6.7       0.2
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Discretionary,
     Excluding Special Categories     528.7     550.8     569.2     551.4     532.7     539.5    -36.4     -11.8
 
     Violent Crime Reduction
 
Commerce, Justice, State and the
 Judiciary.......................       5.2       3.8       5.5       3.8       4.2       5.3     -1.3       1.5
Labor, HHS, and Education........       0.1       0.1       0.2       0.1       0.2       0.2     -0.0       0.0
Treasury, Postal Service, and
 General Government..............       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1      0.0      -0.0
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total, Violent Crime Reduction
   Spending......................       5.5       3.9       5.8       4.0       4.5       5.6     -1.3       1.5
 
         Highway Category
 
Transportation and Related
 Agencies........................        NA        NA  ........      21.8  ........      24.6  .......       2.8
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total, Highway Spending........        NA        NA  ........      21.8  ........      24.6  .......       2.8
 
      Mass Transit Category
 
Transportation and Related
 Agencies........................        NA        NA  ........       4.0  ........       4.1  .......       0.1
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Total, Mass Transit Spending...        NA        NA  ........       4.0  ........       4.1  .......       0.1
                                  ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Discretionary
     Spending, Excluding IMF and
     Emergency Funding...........     534.2     554.7     549.5     578.1     537.2     571.0    -12.3      -7.0
                                  ==============================================================================
    Total, Discretionary Spending     534.2     554.7     575.0     581.2     537.2     573.8    -37.7       7.4
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                              Table S-10. DISCRETIONARY BUDGET AUTHORITY BY AGENCY
                                            (In billions of dollars)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                               Estimate
                  Agency                      1998   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch........................       2.3       2.6       2.7       2.7       2.7       2.8       2.8
Judicial Branch...........................       3.2       3.4       3.9       3.9       3.9       4.0       4.0
Agriculture...............................      15.8      15.8      15.2      15.6      15.4      15.4      15.4
Commerce..................................       4.2       5.1       7.2       5.1       4.6       4.6       4.5
Defense--Military.........................     259.8     263.5     268.2     287.4     289.3     299.7     308.5
Education.................................      29.8      28.8      32.8      34.7      34.7      34.7      34.7
Energy....................................      16.8      17.9      17.8      18.7      18.6      18.5      18.5
Health and Human Services.................      37.1      41.3      41.5      43.5      43.4      43.4      43.4
Housing and Urban Development.............      22.4      25.5      23.8      28.0      28.0      28.0      28.0
Interior..................................       8.1       7.8       8.6       8.6       8.6       8.6       8.6
Justice...................................      17.6      18.1      18.4      18.5      18.6      18.4      18.4
Labor.....................................      10.7      11.0      11.5      11.5      11.5      11.5      11.5
State.....................................       5.6       7.6       6.4       6.3       6.4       6.6       6.8
Transportation............................      15.0      12.5      12.9      13.5      14.0      14.7      15.2
Treasury..................................      11.5      12.7      12.0      12.7      12.5      12.6      12.6
Veterans Affairs..........................      18.9      19.2      19.2      19.2      19.2      19.2      19.2
Corps of Engineers........................       4.2       4.1       3.9       3.9       3.9       4.0       4.0
Other Defense Civil Programs..............       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1
Environmental Protection Agency...........       7.4       7.6       7.2       7.2       7.2       7.2       7.2
Executive Office of the President.........       0.2       0.4       0.3       0.3       0.3       0.3       0.3
Federal Emergency Management Agency.......       2.4       0.8       0.9       0.9       0.9       0.9       0.9
General Services Administration...........       0.1       0.5       0.2       0.4       0.3       0.3       0.2
International Assistance Programs.........      11.4      31.2      12.7      12.7      12.2      12.2      12.2
National Aeronautics and Space
 Administration...........................      13.6      13.7      13.6      13.8      13.8      13.8      13.8
National Science Foundation...............       3.4       3.7       3.9       4.0       4.0       3.9       3.9
Office of Personnel Management............       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2
Small Business Administration.............       0.7       0.7       0.8       0.8       0.8       0.8       0.8
Social Security Administration............       5.5       5.5       5.6       5.6       5.6       5.6       5.6
Other Independent Agencies................       6.2       6.2       6.6       6.9       6.8       6.8       6.8
Allowances................................  ........       7.6      -0.3     -47.7     -41.6     -20.5     -22.5
Undistributed Offsetting Receipts.........  ........  ........      -2.8       1.1       1.1      -0.2      -0.2
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Total.....................................     534.2     575.0     555.0     540.3     547.2     578.0     585.5
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                                   Table S-11. DISCRETIONARY OUTLAYS BY AGENCY
                                            (In billions of dollars)
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                                                                               Estimate
                  Agency                      1998   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legislative Branch........................       2.2       2.5       2.7       2.7       2.8       2.9       2.9
Judicial Branch...........................       3.2       3.2       3.7       3.9       3.9       4.0       4.0
Agriculture...............................      15.6      16.7      15.5      15.5      15.4      15.5      15.4
Commerce..................................       4.3       4.7       6.6       5.2       4.7       4.7       4.7
Defense--Military.........................     258.1     264.6     261.8     269.4     279.3     291.2     300.9
Education.................................      26.3      28.6      31.8      34.9      34.8      34.8      34.9
Energy....................................      17.0      17.5      17.7      18.2      18.3      18.3      18.2
Health and Human Services.................      35.0      38.6      41.6      43.0      43.4      43.4      43.4
Housing and Urban Development.............      33.4      33.2      34.4      33.9      32.0      31.2      30.2
Interior..................................       7.4       8.3       8.4       8.7       8.7       8.8       8.8
Justice...................................      15.2      15.6      18.8      20.0      18.8      18.8      18.6
Labor.....................................      10.4      10.9      11.1      11.4      11.5      11.5      11.5
State.....................................       4.9       6.3       6.4       6.8       6.8       6.4       6.5
Transportation............................      37.4      39.7      43.3      46.1      47.5      49.2      50.8
Treasury..................................      10.7      12.2      12.1      12.6      12.6      12.6      12.6
Veterans Affairs..........................      18.5      19.2      19.0      19.3      19.2      19.2      19.2
Corps of Engineers........................       4.0       4.1       4.0       3.9       3.9       4.0       4.0
Other Defense Civil Programs..............       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1
Environmental Protection Agency...........       6.6       6.9       7.4       7.6       7.4       7.3       7.3
Executive Office of the President.........       0.2       0.4       0.3       0.3       0.3       0.3       0.3
Federal Emergency Management Agency.......       2.6       2.8       2.9       2.6       2.0       1.7       1.6
General Services Administration...........       0.9       0.3       0.4       0.4       0.4       0.3       0.3
International Assistance Programs.........      11.4      11.7      11.7      11.9      12.5      12.4      12.3
National Aeronautics and Space
 Administration...........................      14.2      14.0      13.4      13.4      13.5      13.7      13.7
National Science Foundation...............       3.1       3.2       3.6       3.8       3.9       3.9       3.9
Office of Personnel Management............       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2       0.2
Small Business Administration.............       0.8       0.7       0.8       0.8       0.8       0.8       0.8
Social Security Administration............       5.4       5.9       5.8       5.7       5.6       5.6       5.6
Other Independent Agencies................       5.8       5.9       6.2       6.5       6.6       6.7       6.8
Allowances................................  ........       3.1       2.6     -23.8     -36.3     -29.4     -24.2
Undistributed Offsetting Receipts.........  ........  ........      -2.8       1.1       1.1      -0.2      -0.2
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
Total.....................................     554.7     581.2     591.5     586.2     581.7     599.9     615.2
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                                    Table S-12.  RECEIPTS BY SOURCE--SUMMARY
                                            (In millions of dollars)
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                                                                         Estimate
           Source                1998    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Actual       1999        2000        2001        2002        2003        2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Individual income taxes.....    828,586     868,945     899,741     912,477     942,750     970,703   1,017,735
Corporation income taxes....    188,677     182,210     189,356     196,555     203,438     212,302     221,453
Social insurance and
 retirement receipts........    571,831     608,824     636,529     660,296     686,348     711,984     739,186
  (On-budget)...............   (156,032)   (164,778)   (171,215)   (177,660)   (184,584)   (189,760)   (196,259)
  (Off-budget)..............   (415,799)   (444,036)   (465,314)   (482,636)   (501,764)   (522,224)   (542,927)
Excise taxes................     57,673      68,075      69,902      70,795      72,323      73,761      75,352
Estate and gift taxes.......     24,076      25,932      26,972      28,367      30,489      31,600      33,902
Customs duties..............     18,297      17,654      18,364      19,975      21,415      22,959      24,854
Miscellaneous receipts......     32,658      34,694      42,128      44,851      50,295      51,713      53,045
                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total receipts..........  1,721,798   1,806,334   1,882,992   1,933,316   2,007,058   2,075,022   2,165,527
      (On-budget)...........  (1,305,999
                                       )  (1,362,298
                                                   )  (1,417,678
                                                               )  (1,450,680
                                                                           )  (1,505,294
                                                                                       )  (1,552,798
                                                                                                   )  (1,622,600
                                                                                                               )
      (Off-budget)..........   (415,799)   (444,036)   (465,314)   (482,636)   (501,764)   (522,224)   (542,927)
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                                                 Table S-13.  FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT IN THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH
                                        (Civilian employment as measured by Full-Time Equivalents, in thousands)
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                                                                         Actual                                     Estimate        Change: 1993 base to
                                           ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------         2000
             Agency              1993 Base                                                                                         ---------------------
                                               1993       1994       1995       1996       1997       1998       1999       2000      FTE's     Percent
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cabinet agencies:
  Agriculture \1\..............      115.6      114.4      109.8      103.8      100.7       98.5       96.4       98.0       97.6      -18.0     -15.6%
  Commerce.....................       36.7       36.1       36.0       35.3       33.8       32.6       35.7       47.5       92.9       56.1     152.9%
  Defense-military functions...      931.3      931.8      868.3      821.7      778.9      745.8      707.2      686.5      662.9     -268.4     -28.8%
  Education....................        5.0        4.9        4.8        4.8        4.7        4.5        4.5        4.7        4.7       -0.3      -5.7%
  Energy.......................       20.6       20.3       19.8       19.7       19.1       17.3       16.3       16.5       16.2       -4.4     -21.5%
  Health and Human Services \1\       65.0       66.1       62.9       59.3       57.2       57.6       57.9       60.5       62.0       -2.9      -4.5%
  Social Security
   Administration..............       65.4       64.8       64.5       64.6       64.0       65.2       64.0       63.8       63.6       -1.8      -2.8%
  Housing and Urban Development       13.6       13.3       13.1       12.1       11.4       11.0        9.8       10.6       10.6       -3.0     -22.3%
  Interior.....................       79.3       78.1       76.3       72.0       66.7       65.7       66.5       68.3       69.9       -9.4     -11.8%
  Justice......................       99.4       95.4       95.3       97.9      103.8      111.0      117.3      124.1      128.7       29.3      29.5%
  Labor........................       18.3       18.0       17.5       16.8       16.0       15.9       16.3       16.9       17.4       -0.9      -5.1%
  State........................       35.0       34.2       33.5       31.8       30.2       29.2       26.4       26.9       27.6       -7.4     -21.2%
  Transportation...............       70.3       69.1       66.4       63.2       62.4       62.5       63.4       65.0       65.8       -4.6      -6.5%
  Treasury.....................      166.1      161.1      157.3      157.5      151.1      145.5      142.1      145.4      146.1      -20.0     -12.0%
  Veterans Affairs \1\.........      232.4      234.2      233.1      228.5      221.9      211.5      207.1      205.4      197.9      -34.5     -14.8%
 
Other agencies--excluding
 Postal Service:
  Agency for International
   Development \1\.............        4.4        4.1        3.9        3.6        3.4        2.8        2.7        2.6        2.6       -1.8     -41.2%
  Corps of Engineers...........       29.2       28.4       27.9       27.7       27.1       26.0       24.8       25.2       24.7       -4.5     -15.3%
  Environmental Protection
   Agency......................       18.6       17.9       17.6       17.5       17.2       17.0       17.7       18.4       18.4       -0.2      -0.9%
  Equal Employment Opportunity
   Commission..................        2.9        2.8        2.8        2.8        2.7        2.6        2.5        2.8        2.9        0.1       3.2%
  Federal Emergency Management
   Agency......................        2.7        4.0        4.9        4.6        4.7        5.1        4.6        4.6        4.7        2.0      72.4%
  FDIC/RTC.....................       21.6       21.9       20.0       15.7       11.8        8.7        7.9        7.3        6.9      -14.6     -67.9%
  General Services
   Administration..............       20.6       20.2       19.5       17.0       15.7       14.5       14.1       14.2       14.2       -6.5     -31.5%
  National Aeronautics and
   Space Administration........       25.7       24.9       23.9       22.4       21.1       20.1       19.1       18.8       18.2       -7.6     -29.4%
  National Archives and Records
   Administration..............        2.8        2.6        2.6        2.4        2.5        2.5        2.4        2.6        2.6       -0.1      -3.7%
  National Labor Relations
   Board.......................        2.1        2.1        2.1        2.0        1.9        1.9        1.9        1.9        2.0       -0.1      -6.7%
  National Science Foundation..        1.3        1.2        1.2        1.2        1.3        1.2        1.2        1.2        1.2       -0.1     -10.7%
  Nuclear Regulatory
   Comsmission.................        3.4        3.4        3.3        3.2        3.1        3.0        3.0        2.9        2.8       -0.6     -17.6%
  Office of Personnel
   Management..................        6.2        5.9        5.3        4.2        3.4        2.8        2.8        3.0        3.0       -3.2     -51.9%
  Panama Canal Commission......        8.7        8.5        8.5        8.8        9.0        9.5        9.6       10.2        2.5       -6.2     -71.0%
  Peace Corps..................        1.3        1.2        1.2        1.2        1.1        1.1        1.1        1.2        1.2       -0.1      -4.8%
  Railroad Retirement Board....        1.8        1.8        1.7        1.6        1.5        1.4        1.3        1.2        1.2       -0.7     -37.2%
  Securities and Exchange
   Commission..................        2.7        2.7        2.7        2.7        2.8        2.8        2.8        2.8        2.9        0.2       5.8%
  Small Business Administration        4.0        5.6        6.3        5.7        4.7        4.5        4.4        4.6        4.6        0.6      15.4%
  Smithsonian Institution......        5.9        5.5        5.4        5.3        5.1        5.0        5.0        5.2        5.2       -0.6     -10.9%
  Tennessee Valley Authority...       19.1       17.3       18.6       16.6       16.0       14.9       14.4       13.9       13.7       -5.4     -28.4%
  All other small agencies.....       15.9       15.2       14.7       14.9       13.9       13.6       16.0       17.0       17.3        1.5       9.2%
                                ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Total, Executive Branch
 civilian employment...........    2,155.2    2,138.8    2,052.7    1,970.2    1,891.7    1,834.7    1,790.2    1,801.6    1,816.8     -338.4     -15.7%
  Reduction from 1993 Base.....  .........      -16.4     -102.5     -185.0     -263.5     -320.5     -365.0     -353.6     -338.4  .........  .........
Subtotal, Defense..............      931.3      931.8      868.3      821.7      778.9      745.8      707.2      686.5      662.9     -268.4     -28.8%
Subtotal, Non-Defense..........    1,223.9    1,207.1    1,184.4    1,148.4    1,112.8    1,088.9    1,083.0    1,115.2    1,153.9      -70.0      -5.7%
                                ========================================================================================================================
Status of Federal Civilian
 Employment Relative to the
 Federal Workforce
 Restructuring Act \2\
  Total, Executive Branch
   Employment..................         NA         NA    2,052.7    1,970.2    1,891.7    1,834.7    1,790.2    1,801.6         NA         NA         NA
  Less: FTEs exempt from FWRA..         NA         NA        5.7        5.7        7.6        7.4        5.2        5.5         NA         NA         NA
  Total, Executive Branch
   subject to FWRA Ceiling.....         NA         NA    2,047.0    1,964.4    1,884.1    1,827.3    1,785.0    1,796.1         NA         NA         NA
  FWRA Ceiling.................         NA         NA    2,084.6    2,043.3    2,003.3    1,963.3    1,922.3    1,882.3         NA         NA         NA
  Executive Branch Employment
   Relative to FWRA Ceiling....         NA         NA      -37.6      -78.9     -119.2     -136.1     -137.3      -86.2         NA         NA         NA
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\1\ The Departments of Agriculture, Health and Human Services, Veterans Affairs, and the Agency for International Development have components that are
  exempt from FTE controls. In 1999, Agriculture has 2,128 exemptions; HHS has 358 exemptions; Veterans Affairs has 3,000 exemptions and AID has 10
  exemptions.
 
\2\ FTE limitations are set for the Executive Branch in the Federal Workforce Restructuring Act of 1994 (P.L. 103-226) from 1994-1999.


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               Table S-14.  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FINANCING AND DEBT: WITH SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM \1\
                                             (In billions of dollars)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                               Estimate
                                              1998   -----------------------------------------------------------
                                             Actual     1999      2000      2001      2002      2003      2004
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Financing:
  Surplus pending Social Security reform..     69.2      79.3     117.3     134.1     186.7     182.0     207.6
  Less: Social Security reform proposals:
    Social Security trust fund............  ........  ........    -84.7     -69.9     -91.6     -90.3    -108.9
    Medicare trust fund...................  ........  ........    -18.3     -20.3     -28.1     -26.9     -30.4
    Universal Savings Accounts............  ........  ........    -14.0     -15.9     -21.9     -20.9     -23.6
    Military readiness and other critical
     national needs.......................  ........  ........  ........    -26.3     -40.9     -36.5     -34.1
    Financing costs.......................  ........  ........     -0.3      -1.7      -4.3      -7.5     -10.6
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
  Surplus with Social Security reform.....     69.2      79.3       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0       0.0
  Means of financing other than borrowing
   from the public:
    Transfers to Social Security trust
     fund \2\.............................  ........  ........     84.7      69.9      91.6      90.3     108.9
    Less: Purchases of stock by Social
     Security trust fund:
      From transfers......................  ........  ........    -17.8     -14.7     -19.0     -19.0     -22.9
      From reinvested dividends...........  ........  ........     -0.4      -1.2      -2.1      -3.1      -4.3
    Transfers to Medicare trust fund \2\..  ........  ........     18.3      20.3      28.1      26.9      30.4
    Changes in: \3\
      Treasury operating cash balance.....      4.7      -1.1   ........  ........  ........  ........  ........
      Checks outstanding, etc. \4\........    -10.5      -3.7      -0.1   ........  ........  ........  ........
      Deposit fund balances...............     -0.8      -1.7   ........  ........  ........  ........  ........
    Seigniorage on coins..................      0.6       0.9       1.0       1.0       1.0       1.0       1.0
    Less: Net financing disbursements:
      Direct loan financing accounts......    -11.5     -25.2     -21.2     -20.1     -19.6     -19.2     -17.7
      Guaranteed loan financing accounts..     -0.5       1.6       0.9       1.8       1.8       1.8       2.0
        Total, means of financing other
         than borrowing from the public...    -18.0     -29.1      65.4      57.1      81.7      78.7      97.3
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, repayment of debt held by
           the public.....................     51.3      50.1      65.4      57.1      81.7      78.7      97.3
  Change in debt held by the public.......    -51.3     -50.1     -65.4     -57.1     -81.7     -78.7     -97.3
 
Debt Outstanding, End of Year:
  Gross Federal debt:
    Debt issued by Treasury...............  5,449.3   5,586.6   5,803.7   6,016.5   6,252.1   6,496.7   6,753.2
    Debt issued by other agencies.........     29.4      28.4      27.5      26.4      25.5      24.1      22.8
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, gross Federal debt...........  5,478.7   5,614.9   5,831.2   6,043.0   6,277.5   6,520.8   6,776.0
  Held by:
    Government accounts...................  1,758.8   1,945.2   2,226.8   2,495.7   2,811.9   3,133.8   3,486.3
    The public............................  3,719.9   3,669.7   3,604.4   3,547.3   3,465.6   3,386.9   3,289.6
      Federal Reserve Banks \5\...........    458.1
      Other...............................  3,261.7
 
Debt Subject to Statutory Limitation, End
 of Year:
  Debt issued by Treasury.................  5,449.3   5,586.6   5,803.7   6,016.5   6,251.1   6,496.7   6,753.2
  Less: Treasury debt not subject to
   limitation \6\.........................    -15.5     -15.5     -15.5     -15.5     -15.5     -15.5     -15.5
  Agency debt subject to limitation.......      0.2       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1
   Adjustment for discount and premium \7\      5.5       5.5       5.5       5.5       5.5       5.5       5.5
                                           ---------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, debt subject to statutory
     limitation \8\.......................  5,439.4   5,576.6   5,793.7   6,006.5   6,242.1   6,486.7   6,743.2
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Treasury securities held by the public and zero-coupon bonds held by Government accounts are almost entirely
  measured at sales price plus amortized discount or less amortized premium. Agency debt is almost entirely
  measured at face value. Treasury securities in the Government account series are measured at face value less
  unrealized discount (if any).
\2\ The transfers to the Social Security and Medicare trust funds do not require financing with borrowing from
  the public and therefore must be added to the surplus in order to derive the change in debt held by the
  public.
\3\ A decrease in the Treasury operating cash balance (which is an asset) would be a means of financing the
  deficit and therefore has a positive sign. An increase in checks outstanding or deposit fund balances (which
  are liabilities) would also be a means of financing the deficit and therefore has a positive sign.
\4\ Besides checks outstanding, includes accrued interest payable on Treasury debt, miscellaneous liability
  accounts, allocations of special drawing rights, and, as an offset, cash and monetary assets other than the
  Treasury operating cash balance, miscellaneous asset accounts, and profit on sale of gold.

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\5\ Debt held by the Federal Reserve Banks is not estimated for future years.
\6\ Consists primarily of Federal Financing Bank debt.
\7\ Consists of unamortized discount (less premium) on public issues of Treasury notes and bonds (other than
  zero-coupon bonds) and unrealized discount on Government account series securities.
\8\ The statutory debt limit is $5,950 billion.


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                                 Table S-15.  COMPARISON OF ECONOMIC ASSUMPTIONS
                                                (Calendar years)
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                                                                                 Projections
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                                                              1999     2000     2001     2002     2003     2004
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Real GDP (chain-weighted): \1\
   1999 Mid-Session Review................................      2.0      2.0      2.2      2.4      2.4      2.4
   CBO January............................................      1.8      1.9      2.3      2.4      2.5      2.4
   2000 Budget............................................      2.0      2.0      2.0      2.4      2.4      2.4
 
Chain-weighted GDP price index: \1\
   1999 Mid-Session Review................................      2.0      2.2      2.2      2.2      2.2      2.2
   CBO January............................................      2.1      2.0      2.2      2.1      2.1      2.1
   2000 Budget............................................      1.9      2.1      2.1      2.1      2.1      2.1
 
Consumer Price Index (all-urban): \1\
   1999 Mid-Session Review................................      2.1      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3
   CBO January............................................      2.7      2.6      2.6      2.6      2.6      2.6
   2000 Budget............................................      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3      2.3
 
Unemployment rate: \2\
   1999 Mid-Session Review................................      5.0      5.2      5.4      5.4      5.4      5.4
   CBO January............................................      4.6      5.1      5.4      5.6      5.7      5.7
   2000 Budget............................................      4.8      5.0      5.2      5.3      5.3      5.3
 
Interest rates: \2\
  91-day Treasury bills:
     1999 Mid-Session Review..............................      4.9      4.8      4.7      4.7      4.7      4.7
     CBO January..........................................      4.5      4.5      4.5      4.5      4.5      4.5
     2000 Budget..........................................      4.2      4.3      4.3      4.4      4.4      4.4
 
  10-year Treasury notes:
     1999 Mid-Session Review..............................      5.6      5.6      5.6      5.6      5.6      5.6
     CBO January..........................................      5.1      5.3      5.4      5.4      5.4      5.4
     2000 Budget..........................................      4.9      5.0      5.2      5.3      5.4      5.4
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\1\ Percent change, fourth quarter over fourth quarter.
\2\ Annual averages, percent.