Attaching revenues, revenue streams, intragovernmental loans, credit-based borrowngs to actual expenditures.

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    Hi Ultra2233bbsf – Thank you for your thoughts and suggestions. You might begin to find some of what you’re looking for by using the Federal Accounts Profiles which show the Money In and Money Out for every federal account across the government. Each federal account is assigned a code – known as a Treasury Account Symbol-- which is similar to a bank account number and helps identify government financial transactions. In addition, on the individual Federal Account Profiles, you’ll find Spending over Time and Spending by Category information, as well as the awards made under the specific federal account. You can also select Object Class and Program Activity filters to narrow your results further. There’s a lot of information and data so please feel free to come back with other questions and comments.  

    You might also want to try out the Spending Explorer which provides an interactive way to explore federal spending from top to bottom. This tool can help you develop a better understanding of how the components of federal spending are related, giving you a context for the federal spending landscape.

    Check out the FAQs and the About page for more information and the Glossary for definitions of the terms used across the site.

    In the near future, we’ll be adding Recipient Profiles, and possibly State Profiles, which will provide further insights into who is receiving federal funding and where the government is spending its money. In addition, we are exploring the possibility of adding information on Receipts (money coming into the government through sources such as the Individual Income Tax), similar to what is currently reported through the Monthly Treasury Statement

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