Compendium of Budget Accounts: Fiscal Year 1997

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DIANE Publishing, 1996 - 149 pages
Each year the President is required by law to submit a budget to the Congress. It is an a analysis and compilation of separate presentations of 100's of budget accounts covering all fiscal activities of the federal government. For Fiscal Year 1997, the budget spanned six volumes and over 2,100 pages. This document gives users a convenient way to sort through the fiscal structure of the federal government and determine the level of budgetary resources -- used, estimated, or requested by fiscal year -- for individual accounts. Extensive charts and tables.

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