Answered By: Chris Pollette
Last Updated: Feb 19, 2015     Views: 57

Budget of the United States Government (1996 to present)
Submitted to Congress in February every year, the Budget details the president's proposals for federal government spending and revenue during the forthcoming fiscal year.

Individual departments/agencies/bureaus also usually publish their detailed budget documents on their web sites. A good way to search for these budget documents is to use the USA.gov search engine.

We also have the budget in print at Woodruff under the following call numbers in the Documents shelving on Level 1:

PREX 2.8: (1962 to present)
NOTE: The most recent budget is in the Documents Reference Desk shelving on Level 2.

PR 34.107: (1955-1961)

PR 33.107: (1947-1954)

PR 32.107: (1941-1946)

T 51.5: (1923, 1931-1940) NOTE: The publication "Annual Report of the Director of the Bureau of the Budget" at call number T 51.1 in Documents shelving on Level 1, offers some additional budget information. In this publication we have the years 1922-1926, 1928-1931.

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