Current Budgeting Developments:
President's budget for FY 2011.
Congressional Budget Office's
Status of appropriations:
Library of Congress updates as Congress acts. Information available
2011 (will start October 1 and end September 30, 2011), and
links for years 1998 to 2010.
Office of Management and Budget
A-11 (budget preparation and
execution) for FY 2009 budget process,
A-94 (cost-benefit analysis).
Daily history of the Federal debt,
Bureau of the Public Debt,
summary of Treasury securities outstanding.
Projections by the
Budget Office (Administration's projections are part of the
Social Security funding.
2007 as presented by OMB.
FY 2007 and earlier
years available at the GPO archives.
Economic Report of the President.
U.S. Government Manual,
Research the US Code, with cross references (best for newer
Browse current (2000) edition of US Code or
search the US Code (good for older material). Cornell
US Code by title and sections.
Meeting President's agenda,
scorecard, and "getting to green," the E-Gov strategy,
Senate report on GPRA,
PART for FY 2005.
Cost estimation models,
factors (March 2003)
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Principles of Appropriations Law (five large PDF files) are
accessible from the
legal products page.
interpretations may change appropriations law.
(Changed name from General Accounting Office.)
described in Occupational Outlook Handbook,
Federal position classifications
Treasury's Financial Management Service: Treasury
Standard Government Ledger (USSGL)
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