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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by govpubs tagged spending

As it does regularly, CBO has prepared baseline projections of what federal spending, revenues, and deficits would look like over the next 10 years if current laws governing federal taxes and spending generally remained unchanged. Under that assumption, the deficit is projected to decrease again in 2015—to $478 billion, or 2.6 percent of GDP. Congressional Budget Office (CBO). United States.

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This brief commissioned by the Foundation examines factors that contributed to Medicare's lower-than-expected spending on prescription drugs under the Medicare Part D drug benefit that started in 2006. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. United States.

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One of the biggest sources of information on UK public spending. Open Knowledge Foundation

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The report shows how much the average American household spent last year: $37,782, not counting mortgage or rent (which are not included in the Bundle data). Bundle Corporation.

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The Consolidated Federal Funds Report (CFFR) covers all states, the District of Columbia, and US Outlying Areas. CFFR data were obtained from Federal government agencies. These data cover Federal expenditures or obligations for the following categories: grants, salaries and wages, procurement contracts, direct payments for individuals, other direct payments, direct loans, guaranteed or insured loans, and insurance. Dollar amounts reported represent either actual expenditures or obligations. United States Bureau of the Census.

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Many of us in a position to be asked do not look forward to the inevitable questions that run along the lines of "did Organization X ever get any federal money?" or "how much do the feds contract out in industry Z?" The problem is that there will seldom b

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64 page guide to foreign assistance programs of the U.S.

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Provides all US aid data from 1946 to the present; users can download reports as *.csv files.

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