Death and Taxes 2010 – Data only.

Death and Taxes 2010 – Data only.

Posted on 16. Jun, 2009 by in death and taxes, government

So the data collection and processing part of the project is finished.  I decided to post up the data that I will be using so peope can read it, check it, or do whatever they like.  I will pretty much be importing into the poster as is, though I still need to add a bunch of foot notes.

The format for the line items will be a bit different this year due to the 2009 stimulus funding making a mess of the data.  So here is a quick legend to how it works,

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If you read over my past two posts, you can get a better sense about why these changes were made.  If you have any questions let me know.  I need to clear up the legend a bit also, it looks a bit crazy.

So here is the line items in the format they will be inserted into the poster.  I can’t guarantee everything will be in there and I may add more if there is room.  I am also having a bit of a hard time coming up with totals for the Marine corp, so I will continue to work on that.  The * denotes a footnote.  Line numbered for convenience.

If you fnd an error, gramatical, spelling or punctuation or something else, let me know and I send you a free poster.

If you don’t find any errors (or don’t care to look), that’s cool, you can pre-order the Death and Taxes 2010 poster for a sweet price.

Here we go,

  1. Discretionary 1421 Billion +9%:+26%
  2. Legislative Branch 5.548 Billion +12% +11%
  3. —–House of Representatives 1.602 Billion +12% +8%
  4. ———-Salaries 1.497 Billion +13% +19%
  5. ———-Compensation of Members .104 Billion +5%  +4%
  6. —–Senate 1.047 Billion +10% +7%
  7. ———-Expense Accounts .451 Billion +11% +7%
  8. ———-Salaries .186 Billion +9% +9%
  9. ———-Compensation of members +2% +0%
  10. —–Library of Congress .966 Billion +6% +4%
  11. —–Architect of the Capital .631 Billion +26% +22%
  12. —–Congressional Budget Office .046 Billion +12% +19%
  13. —–Capital Police 4.10 Billion +23% +34%
  14. Judicial Branch*1 7.319 Billion +6% +2%
  15. —–Courts of Appeals, District Courts 7.415 Billion +6% +2%
  16. —–Supreme Court .090 Billion +7% +11%
  17. Executive Office of the President .567 Billion +48% +29%
  18. —–White House*2 .077 Billion +4% +1%
  19. —–Office of Administration .115 Billion +11% +7%
  20. —–Office of Management and Budget .093 Billion +10% +13%
  21. Department of Agriculture $25.661 Billion +9% +11%
  22. —–Food and nutrition assistance 7.777 Billion +13% +19%
  23. —–Forest Service 5.228 Billion -5% +6%
  24. —–Research 4.367 Billion +1% +6%
  25. —–Humanitarian Assistance 1.890 Billion -6%  -6%
  26. —–Farm Income Stabilization 1.780 Billion +3% +6%
  27. —–Conservation .876 Billion -1% -4%
  28. —–Housing Assistance 1.216 Billion +50% +70%
  29. —–
  30. Department of Commerce 13.797 Billion +39% +118%
  31. —–Bureau of the Census 7.375 Billion +207%  +187%
  32. —–National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 4.589 Billion +43% +25%
  33. —–National Institute of Standards and Technology .850 Billion +3% +91%
  34. —–International Trade Administration .444 Billion +5% +4%
  35. —–Economic Development Administration .284 Billion -32% -47%
  36. Department of Education $46.686 Billion +2% 130%
  37. —–Elementary and Secondary $40.356 Billion +6% +213%
  38. ———-Special Education 13.207 Billion +9% +118%
  39. ———-Education for the Disadvantaged 16.4321 Billion +5% +73%
  40. ———-School Improvement Programs 5.182 Billion -1% +10%
  41. ———-Impact Aid 1.266 Billion +1% +10%
  42. ———-Technical and Adult Education 2.018 Billion +2% +0%
  43. ———-Innovation and Improvement 1.490 Billion +26% +21%
  44. ———-Safe Schools and Citizenship Education .414 Billion -20% +0%
  45. —–Higher Education 4.605 Billion -38% +57%
  46. ———-Student Financial Aid*2 1.802 Billion +42% +6%
  47. ———-Financial Aid Administration .870 Billion +13% +17%
  48. ———-Howard University .235 Billion +0% +1%
  49. ———-Galladuet University .120 Billion +3% +10%
  50. Department of Energy 26.394 Billion +5% +201%
  51. —–Defense Activities 16.397 Billion +4% 41%
  52. ———-National Nuclear Security Administration 9.945 billion +7% +5%
  53. ———-Environmental Cleanup 5.496 Billion +1% +99%
  54. —–Science 4.942 Billion +11% +56%
  55. ———-Basic Energy 1.680 Billion +17% +25%
  56. ———-High energy physics .819 Billion +9% 13%
  57. ———-Fusion Energy .421 Billion +21% +36%
  58. —–Energy Supply 3.477 Billion +7% +561%
  59. ———-Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 1.340 Billion +92% +468%
  60. —————Solar energy .320 Billion +22% -22%
  61. —————Vehicle Technologies .334 Billion +30% +30%
  62. —————Biomass and Biorefinery .235 Billion -5% -12%
  63. ———-Fossil Energy R&D .618 Billion -8% +488%
  64. ———-Nuclear Energy .762 Billion -10% – 17%
  65. ———-Uranium Enrichment Decommissioning .559 Billion -5% +49%
  66. ———-Electricity Delivery and Reliability .202 Billion +27% +3435%
  67. —–Energy Conservation .999 Billion -10% +1831%
  68. —–Emergency energy preparedness .240 Billion +11% +8%
  69. Department of Health and Human Services 80.466 Billion +6% +42%
  70. —–National Institutes of Health 30.839 Billion +3% +39%
  71. ———-Cancer Institute 5.150 Billion +4% +3%
  72. ———-Allergy and Infectious Diseases 4.760 Billion +5% +9%
  73. ———-Heart Lung and Blood Institute 3.050 Billion +2% +2%
  74. ———-General Medical Sciences 2.024 Billion +2% +3%
  75. ———-Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Disease 1.932 Billion +2% +3%
  76. ———-Neurological Disorder and Stroke 1.613 Billion +2% +1%
  77. ———-Mental Health 1.476 Billion +2% +2%
  78. ———-Drug Abuse 1.045 Billion +2% +3%
  79. —–Food and Drug administration 2.353 Billion +24% +29%
  80. ———-Drugs .800 Billion +16% +18%
  81. ———-Food .783 Billion +27% +27%
  82. —–Administration for Children and Families 15.593 Billion +5% +66%
  83. —–Administration on Aging 1.491 Billion +3% +13%
  84. —–Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 6.389 Billion +2%  +9%
  85. ———-Infectious Diseases 2.007 Billion +5% +6%
  86. ———-Terrorism 1.547 Billion -1% -4%
  87. —–Health Resources and Services Administration 7.127 Billion +2% +42%
  88. ———-HIV/AIDS 2.267 Billion +3% +3%
  89. ———-Health Centers 2.146 Billion +3% +0%
  90. —–Indian Health Service 4.035 Billion +11% +22%
  91. —–Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 3.394 Billion +3% +3%
  92. Department of Homeland Security 41.383 Billion -9% -10%
  93. —–Customs and Border Protection 10.057 Billion +4% +13%
  94. ———-Security at Point of Entry 3.700 Billion +3% +9%
  95. ———-Security between Point of Entry 3.557 Billion +8% +14%
  96. —————Border Security Fencing .799 Billion -20% -33%
  97. —–Coast Guard 8.615 Billion +5% +9%
  98. ———-Ports, Wateways and Coastal Security 1.429 Billion +3% +9%
  99. ———-Aids to Navigation 1.097 Billion +3% +4%
  100. ———-Search and Rescue .751 billion +1% -1%
  101. ———-Drug Interdiction .767 Billion +1% +10%
  102. —–Transportation Security Administration 5.267 Billion +10% +22%
  103. —– —–Aviation Security 3.082 Billion +3% +16%
  104. —–Federal Emergency Management Agency -32% -59%
  105. ———-State and Local Programs 3.867 Billion -5% +12%
  106. ———-Disaster Relief 2.000 Billion -43% -90%
  107. —–Immigration and Customs Enforcement 5.458 Billion +8% +6%
  108. —–United States Secret Service 1.486 Billion +3% +7%
  109. —–Domestic nuclear Detection Office .360 Billion -13% +6%
  110. Department of Housing and Urban Development 42.721 Billion -4% +15%
  111. —–Tenant Based Rental Assistance 17.835 billion +8% +4%
  112. —–Project Based Rental Assistance 8.100 Billion +15% +46%
  113. —–Public Housing 6.844 Billion +2% +64%
  114. —–Community Development Fund 4.450 Billion -34% -48%
  115. —–Home Investment Partnership Program 1.825 Billion +4% +140%
  116. —–Homeless Assistance Grants 1.794 Billion +9% +106%
  117. —–Housing for the Elderly .522 Billion -14% +6%
  118. Department of The Interior 12.007 Billion +2% +22%
  119. —–National Park Service 2.697 Billion +5% +33%
  120. —–Bureau of Indian Affairs 2.537 Billion +5% +23%
  121. —–Fish and Wildlife Service 1.638 Billion +7% +18%
  122. —–Bureau of Land Management 1.150 Billion +2% +39%
  123. —–Bureau of Reclamation 1.020 Billion -10% +63
  124. —–US Geological Survey 1.098 Billion +5% +18%
  125. —–Wildland Fire .975 Billion -4% -14%
  126. Department of Justice 24.031 Billion +1% +26%
  127. —–Federal Bureau of Investigation 7.862 Billion +9% +8%
  128. ———-Counter Terrorism and Defense 4.520 Billion +48% +98%
  129. ———-Federal Law Enforcement 3.199 Billion -13% -30%
  130. —–Federal Prison System 6.077 Billion +4% +9%
  131. —–Drug Enforcement Administration 2.241 Billion +3%  +4%
  132. —–Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives 1.121 Billion +5% +5%
  133. —–Legal Activities 5.684 Billion +6% +4%
  134. Department of Labor 13.248 Billion +6% +50%
  135. —–Unemployment Trust Fund 4.370 Billion +9% +29%
  136. —–Training and Employment Services 3.834 Billion +6% +120%
  137. —–Office of Job Corps 1.201 Billion +3% +21%
  138. —–Bureau of Labor Statistics .533 Billion +7% +11%
  139. —–Occupational Safety and Health Administration .564 Billion +8% +8%
  140. —–Employment Standards Administration .471 Billion +6% +12%
  141. Department of State 27.486 Billion +13% +16%
  142. —–Diplomatic and Consular Programs 9.036 Billion +16% +32%
  143. —–Global Health and Child Survival 7.595 Billion +9% +11%
  144. ———-HIV/AIDS 5.259 Billion +76% +132%
  145. —–International Peacekeeping 2.260 Billion +5% +21%
  146. —–Economic Support Fund 6.504 Billion +13% -20%
  147. —–Millennium Challenge Corporation $1.425 Billion +0% -40%
  148. —–Peace Corps .372 Billion +6% +2%
  149. —–Clean Technology Fund .500 Billion NEW
  150. —–International Narcotics Control 1.947 Billion +51% +51%
  151. —–Embassy, Security, Construction and Maintenance 1.815 Billion +10% +76%
  152. —–Migration and Refugee Assistance 1.480 Billion +6% +18%
  153. —–Educational and Cultural Exchange Programs .633 Billion +10% +2%
  154. —–Foreign Military Financing 5.274 Billion +6% +5%
  155. ———-Israel 2.380 Billion +0% -1%
  156. ———-Egypt 1.300 Billion +0% 0%
  157. —–International Organizations and Conferences 1.797 Billion +14% +13%
  158. Department of Transportation*3 57.542 Billion +4% +61%—–
  159. —–Federal Highway*3 Administration 36.106 Billion -1% +65%
  160. —–Federal Aviation Administration 12.441 Billion +5% +16%
  161. ———-Air Traffic Organization 7.303 Billion +3% +2%
  162. ———-Regulation and Certification 1.216 Billion +6% +7%
  163. ———-Federal Transit Administration*3 5.335 Billion +0% +78%
  164. ———-Federal Railroad Administration 2.701 Billion +35% +595%
  165. —————High Speed Rail Corridors*4 1.000 Billion NEW
  166. Department of the Treasury 13.363 Billion +5% +6%
  167. —–Internal Revenue Service +5% +4%
  168. ———-Enforcement 5.504 Billion +8% +7%
  169. ———-Operations Support 4.083 Billion +3% +1%
  170. ———-Tax Payer Services 2.270 Billion +2 +4%
  171. —–Financial Crimes Enforcement Network .103 Billion +10% +6%
  172. Department of Veterans Affairs 53.039 Billion +11% +12%
  173. —–Medical Services 37.586 Billion +12% +9%
  174. ———-Outpatient Care 20.123 Billion +13% +14%
  175. ———-Acute Hospital Care 7.512 Billion +9% +12%
  176. ———-Psychiatric Care 3.204 Billion +9 +10%
  177. ———-Nursing Home Care 3.611 Billion +12% +11%
  178. —–Information Technology Systems 3.307 Billion +20% +19%
  179. —–Medical and Prosthetic Research .580 Billion +11% +6%
  180. Environmental Protection Agency 10.486 Billion +20% +99%
  181. —–Clean Air and Global Climate Change 1.042 Billion +4% +3%
  182. —–Clean and Safe Water 4.610 Billion +25% +1%
  183. —–Land Preservation and Restoration .449 Billion +14% +4%
  184. —–Compliance and Environmental Stewardship .808 Billion +8% +3%
  185. —–Superfund 1.366 Billion +3% +49%
  186. NASA 18.686 Billion +5% +9%
  187. —–Space Operations 6.176 Billion -3% -12%
  188. —–Science 4.477 Billion -5%*5
  189. —–Exploration 3.963 Billion +0%*5
  190. —–Cross Agency Support 3.401 Billion +0%*5
  191. —–Aeronautics .507 Billion -11%*5
  192. National Science Foundation 7.044 Billion +8% +56%
  193. —–Mathematics and Physics 1.380 Billion +9% +49%
  194. —–Geosciences .909 Billion +10% +52%
  195. —–Engineering .765 +10%  +48%
  196. —–Biological Sciences .733 Billion +10% +49%
  197. —–Computer Science and Engineering .633 Billion +9% +51%
  198. —–US Polar Research .448 Billion +9% +52%
  199. —–Social, Behavior, and Economic Sciences .257 Billion +10% +46%
  200. —–Office of Cyberintrastructure +9% +51%
  201. Other Independent Agencies
  202. —–Automatic Workplace Pensions 1.000 Billion NEW
  203. —–Broadcasting Board of Governors .732 Billion +4% +4%
  204. —–Consumer Product Safety Commission .107 Billion +16% +31%
  205. —–Corporation for National and Community Service 1.053 Billion +18% +28%
  206. —–Corporation for Public Broadcasting .481 Billion +4% +29%
  207. —–Discrimination Claims Settlement $1.150 Billion NEW
  208. —–District of Columbia .997 Billion +18% +24%
  209. —–Equal Employment Opportunity Commission .367 Billion +6% +5%
  210. —–Federal Communication Commission*6 .439 Billion +6% +12%
  211. —–Federal Trade Commission .158 Billion +22% -36%
  212. —–International Trade Commission +11% +10%
  213. —–Legal Services Corporation .435 Billion +12% +11%
  214. —–National Archives and Records Administration .327 Billion +4% +5%
  215. —–National Endowment for the Arts .161 Billion +6% +41%
  216. —–National Endowment for the Humanities .171 Billion +9% +7%
  217. —–National Infrastructure Bank 5.000 Billion NEW
  218. —–Institute of Library and Museum Services .266 Billion +0% +4%
  219. —–National Labor Relations Board .283 Billion +6% +4%
  220. —–Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation .167 Billion -33% -62%
  221. —–Nuclear Regulatory Commission 1.061 Billion +8% +13%
  222. —–Office of Governmental Ethics .014 Billion +9% +8%
  223. —–Postal Service*7 3.776 Billion -30% -24%
  224. —–Securities and Exchange Commission*8 .977 Billion +7% +5%
  225. —–Smithsonian Institution .634 Billion +7% +5%
  226. —–US Institute of Peace .049 Billion +48% +24%
  227. Department of Defense 534 Billion +4%
  228. —–Overseas Contingency Operations 130 Billion -8% 100%
  229. —–Army 225.2 Billion -2% 58%
  230. ———-Personnel 68.436 Billion +6% +15%
  231. —————Enlisted Pay 30.374 Billion +7% 15%
  232. —————Officer Pay 13.039 Billion +6% 14%
  233. —————National Guard 8.461 Billion +3% 11%
  234. —————Reserve 4.631 Billion +9% 6%
  235. —————Subsistence 4.448 Billion +10% 48%
  236. —————Travel 1.805 Billion -10% 8%
  237. ———-Operations and Maintenance 101.011 Billion +0% 60%
  238. —————Operating Forces 64.619 Billion -3% 70%
  239. ——————–Base Operations 7.586 Billion +5% 0%
  240. ——————–Reset 7.867 Billion +0% 100%
  241. ——————–Additional Activities -6% 100%
  242. ——————–Land Forces 4.782 Billion -1% 0%.
  243. —————Training and Recruiting 4.707 Billion +2% 0%
  244. ——————–Specialized Skills .970 Billion +18% 0%
  245. ——————–Flight Training .843 Billion +9% 0%
  246. ——————–Recruiting and Advertising .541 Billion +5% 0%
  247. —————Administration 13.786 Billion +22% 46%
  248. ——————–Logistics 7.116 Billion +49% 71%
  249. ——————–Security Programs 2.443 Billion +7% 58%
  250. —————Reserve 2.824 Billion +1% 7%
  251. —————National Guard 6.578 Billion +4% 5%
  252. —————Afghanistan Security Forces 7.462 Billion +33% 100%
  253. ——————–Ministry of Defense 4.702 Billion +17% 100%
  254. —————Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability .700 Billion +75% 100%
  255. ———-Procurement 32.720 Billion -19% 34%
  256. —————CH-47 1.001 Billion +68 14%
  257. —————Blackhawk 1.467 Billion +20% 5%
  258. —————Patriot Missile System .348 Billion -31% 0%
  259. —————Stryker .388 Billion -70% 0%
  260. —————Bradley Program .769 Billion -19% 31%
  261. —————Bullets .796 Billion -5% 7%
  262. ——————–5.56MM Caliber .229 Billion +15% 9%
  263. —————MQ-1 UAV .651 Billion NEW 38%
  264. —————AH-64 .771 Billion +24%  41%
  265. —————HMMWV 1.532 Billion -9% 81%
  266. —————Medium Tactical Vehicles 1.620 Billion +59% 28%
  267. —————Heavy Tactical Vehicles 1.436 Billion -27% 43%
  268. —————Mine Protection Vehicles .402 Billion -54% 0%
  269. —————Warfighter Information Network .557 Billion -15% 2%
  270. —————Night Vision Devices .460 Billion -19% 20%
  271. —————Knight Family .259 Billion +68% 69%
  272. ———-RDT&E 10.469 Billion -13% 1%
  273. —————Air and Missile Defense Systems .209 Billion 77% 0%
  274. —————Warfighter Information Network .180 Billion -54% 0%
  275. —————Electronic Warfare Development .267 Billion +641%  7%
  276. —————Future Combat System 2.406 Billion -20% 0%
  277. —————Patriot/MEADS Combined Program .569 Billion +32% -%
  278. —————Army Kwajalein Atoll .163 Billion -6% 0%
  279. —————Army Test Ranges and Facilities .354 Billion +2% 0 %
  280. —————Aerostat Joint Projects .360 Billion +1% 0%
  281. —————Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicles .232 Billion +125% 12%
  282. —————Aerial Common Sensor .210 Billion NEW 0%
  283. —–Navy 171.7 Billion +5% 10%
  284. ———-Personnel 30.717 Billion +5% 4%
  285. —————Enlisted Pay 17.246 Billion +4% 3%
  286. —————Officer Pay 7.449 Billion +6% 5%
  287. —————Reserve 1.977 Billion +4% 2%
  288. —————Travel .854 Billion -2% 7%
  289. —————Subsistence 1.125 Billion +5% 4%
  290. ———-Operations and Maintenance 52.189 +0% 19%
  291. —————Air Operations 7.056 Billion -14% 19%
  292. —————Ship Operations 11.161 Billion +7% 15%
  293. —————Combat Operations 4.913 Billion  +5% 39%
  294. —————Weapons Support 2.285 Billion +5% 7%
  295. —————Base Support 7.246 Billion -1% 5%
  296. —————Training and Recruiting 3.036 Billion +33% 3%
  297. ——————–Recruiting and Advertising .276 Billion +2%
  298. ——————–Flight Training 1.268 Billion +146% 0%
  299. —————Administration 4.653 Billion +7% 7%
  300. ——————–Logistics 1.650 Billion +11% 14%
  301. ——————–Investigations .553 Billion +5% 7%
  302. —————Reserve 1.346 Billion +3% 5%
  303. ———-Procurement 46.894 Billion +13% 7%
  304. —————EA-18G 1.611 Billion +4% 0%
  305. —————F/A-18 Hornet 1.054 Billion -43% 0%
  306. —————Joint Strike Fighter +171% 0%
  307. —————V-22 Osprey 2.215 Billion +4% 0%
  308. —————UH-1Y Super Huey .764 Billion +43% 7%
  309. ———- —–MH-60 Blackhawk 1.461 Billion -22% 0%
  310. —————P-8A Poseidon 1.766 Billion NEW 0%
  311. —————E-2D Hawkeye .565 Billion +48% 0%
  312. —————Trident II Missiles 1.060 Billion -2% 0%
  313. —————Carrier Replacement Program .739 Billion -72% 0%
  314. —————Virginia Class Submarine 2.756 Billion -6% 0%
  315. —————CVN Refueling Overhaul 1.56 Billion +53% 0%
  316. —————DDG 1000 1.084 Billion -34% 0%
  317. —————DDG 51 2.111 Billion NEW 0%
  318. —————Littoral Combat Ship +36% 0%
  319. —————LPD-17 -14% 0%
  320. ———-RDT&E 19.378 Billion -3% 1%
  321. —————Defense Research Sciences .413 Billion -2% 0%
  322. —————Common Picture Advanced Technology .108 Billion +20% 0%
  323. —————Power Projection Technology .107 Billion +32% 0 %
  324. —————Carrier Systems Development .173 Billion +18% 0%
  325. —————Advanced Submarine Development .560 Billion +273% 2%
  326. —————Advanced Nuclear Power Systems .259 Billion +65% 0%
  327. —————CHALK EAGLE .443 Billion +26% 0%
  328. —————Marine Corps Assault Vehicles .293 Billion +15% 0%
  329. —————RETRACT MAPLE .210 Billion +53% 0%
  330. —————Advanced Hawkeye .364 Billion -24% 0%
  331. —————Joint Tactical Radio System .876 Billion +4%
  332. —————Advanced Above Water Sensors .236 Billion +71% 0%
  333. —————Joint Strike Fighter 1.741 Billion +0% 0%
  334. —————CH-53K .554 Billion -2% 0%
  335. —————Multi-mission Maritime Aircraft 1.162 Billion +3% 0%
  336. —————DDG-1000 .539 Billion NEW 0%
  337. —————Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle .311 Billion +13% 0%
  338. —————Satellite Communications .474 Billion -27% 0%
  339. —–Marines
  340. ———-Personnel 15.500 Billion +3% 5%
  341. —————Enlisted Pay 9.520 Billion +2% 5%
  342. —————Officer Pay 2.656 Billion +5% 5%
  343. —————Subsistence .818 Billion +12% 3%
  344. —————Travel .421 Billion +20% 1%
  345. —————Reserve .648 Billion +6% 5%
  346. ———-Operations and Maintenance 9.237 Billion -3% 40%
  347. —————Operating Forces 7.608 Billion -1% 42%
  348. —————Training and Recruiting .980 Billion -10% 22%
  349. —————Administration .649 Billion  -11% 43%
  350. —————Reserve .315 Billion +9% 27%
  351. ———-Procurement 2.765 Billion -22% 42%
  352. —————Combat Vehicles .369 Billion -52% 39%
  353. —————Communications Equipment .719 Billion -28% 23%
  354. —————Support Vehicles .728 Billion +25% 57%
  355. —–Air force 160.5 Billion +1% 11%
  356. ———-Personnel 34.948 Billion +5% 4%
  357. —————Enlisted Pay 16.438 Billion +6% 5%
  358. —————Officer Pay 9.042 Billion +5% 4%
  359. —————Subsistence 1.173 Billion +5%
  360. —————Travel 1.251 Billion  -4% 0%
  361. —————Reserve 1.632 Billion +13% 1%
  362. ———-Operations and Maintenance 54.155 Billion -4%  19%
  363. —————Air Operations 19.829 Billion -4% 25%
  364. —————Combat Operations 3.382 Billion -5% 16%
  365. —————Space Operations 1.120 Billion +4% 3%
  366. —————Airlift Operations 6.103 Billion -10% 52%
  367. —————Training and Recruiting 3.627 Billion +1% 2%
  368. ——————–Flight Training .833 Billion -12% 0%
  369. ——————–Recruiting and Advertising .152 Billion +34% 0%
  370. —————Administration 7.780 Billion -2% +9%
  371. ——————–Logistics 3.939 Billion -10% 9%
  372. —————Reserve 3.205 Billion +11% 4%
  373. —————National Guard 6.175 Billion +4% 5%
  374. ———-Procurement 39.934 Billion -4% 9%
  375. —————F-35 2.220 Billion +38% 0%
  376. —————C-130J .453 Billion +1880% 16%
  377. —————HC/MC-130 .959 Billion +80% 0%
  378. —————V-22 Osprey .460 Billion +6% 0 %
  379. —————Global Hawk .608 Billion -15% 0%
  380. —————MQ-9 .489 Billion +10% 0%
  381. —————B-2A .333 Billion +12% 0%
  382. —————F-16 .244 Billion -34%
  383. —————F-22A .350 Billion +7% 0%
  384. —————C-130 .565 Billion -9% 37%
  385. —————Advanced EHF 2.142 Billion NEW 0%
  386. —————EELV 1.295 Billion -4% 0%
  387. —————SBIR HIGH -82% 0%
  388. —————Classified Programs $16.061 Billion +0% 14%
  389. ———-RDT&E 28.022 Billion 3% 0%
  390. —————Advanced EHF MILSATCOM .464 Billion +20% 0%
  391. —————Polar MILSATCOM .253 Billion +7% 0%
  392. —————NPOESS .396 Billion +37% 0%
  393. —————Space Situations Awareness .308 Billion +47% 0%
  394. —————Space Based Infrared System .513 Billion -6% 0%
  395. —————Joint Strike Fighter 1.858 Billion +7% 0 %
  396. —————Next Gen Aerial Refueling .429 Billion +1895% 0%
  397. —————B-2 Squadrons .415 Billion NEW 0%
  398. —————F-22A Squadrons .569 Billion -6% 0%
  399. —————GPS II Space Segment .815 Billion +107% 0%
  400. —————Classified Programs 11.972 Billion +2% 0%
  401. —–Defense Wide 106.4 Billion +4% 17%
  402. ———-SOCOM 6.131 Billion +0% 41%
  403. ———-Joint Chiefs of Staff .482 Billion +22% 5%
  404. ———-Defense Information Systems Agency 2.276 Billion +14% 11%
  405. ———-Defense Education Agency 2.855 Billion on -4% 19%
  406. ———-Defense Security Cooperation Agency 2.671 Billion -7% 73%
  407. ———-Defense Contract Management Agency 1.121 Billion +1% 6%
  408. ———-Office of the Secretary of Defense 4.799 Billion +4% 4%
  409. ———-Defense Contract Audit Agency .472 Billion +10% 3%
  410. ———-Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency 3.248 Billion 4% 0%
  411. ———-Missile Defense Agency 7.799 Billion -10% 0%
  412. —————AEGIS BMD 1.690 Billion +51% 0%
  413. —————Test and Targets .966 Billion +6% 0%
  414. —————Sensors .636 Billion -17% 0%
  415. —————Terminal Segment .719 Billion -25% 0%
  416. —————Midcourse Segment .982 Billion -35% 0%
  417. —–Intelligence Budget 50 Billion
  418. ———-National Reconnaissance Office 10 Billion
  419. ———-National Security Agency 8 Billion
  420. ———-Central Intelligence Agency 5 Billion
  421. ———-National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency 2 Billion
  422. ———-Defense Intelligence Agency 1.5 Billion
  423. Total Budget
  424. —–Outlays 3.591 Billion +10% +34%
  425. ———-Military / Security Discretionary 771.200 Billion +1% +1%
  426. ———-Non Military / Security Discretionary 473.787 Billion +6% +65%
  427. ———-Social Security 722 Billion +4% 3%
  428. ———-Medicare 452 Billion +6% +10%
  429. ———-Medicaid 290 Billion +11% +30%
  430. ———-Debt Interest 176 Billion +5% -34%
  431. —–Receipts 2.333 Billion +9% -14%
  432. ———-Individual Income Taxes 1,050 Billion +10% -17%
  433. ———-Corporate Income Taxes 221 Billion +26% – 58%
  434. ———-Social Insurance and Retirement Receipts +4% +0%
  435. ———-Excise Taxes 76 Billion +15% -1%
  436. ———-Estate and Gift Taxes 20 Billion -23% -10%
  437. ———-Federal Reserve Deposits 28 Billion +12% -26%
  438. ———-Other miscellaneous 16 Billion 0% -6%
  439. —–On-Budget Deficit 1,405 Billion -20% +173%

Notes:
1. Presence of offsetting receipts. 2. Includes the executive residence.
2. Reflects only discretionary aid, as Pell grants changed to mandatory.  Total aid is 30.456 Billion; an 81% increase over 2008.
3. Percentage reflect discretionary and mandatory spending total.
4. Introduced in the Recovery Act of 2009 as 8.000 Billion.
5. Percentage is 09-10 only due to 08 budget reorganization.
6. Figure is outlays only as the entire FCC is paid for by regulatory fees.
7. Postal Service outlays are $78 Billion, almost all of it covered by fees.  The figures and percentages refer to the remainder.
8. Figure is outlays as the entire SEC is offset my collections and fees.

Now that was fun wasn’t it!

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15 Comments

  1. TMWWMGKBH, June 17, 2009:

    I’ve been looking forward to this for months… just placed my order (was I the first?). Can’t wait to hang it in my office….

    -M

  2. danial, July 21, 2009:

    Hey, thanks again for doing this year over. great work.

    I’d love a free poster, but looks like you have an error in line 1 – there is a colon between the numbers where in the rest of the document you simply have a space. its between the % sign of the first number and the + sign of the second.

    thanks again, can’t wait.

  3. George, September 13, 2009:

    “If you fnd an error, gramatical, spelling or punctuation or something else, let me know and I send you a free poster.”

    I assume you were you being ironic, as it’s “grammatical,” “find,” and “I will send….”

    But I’d take a poster anyway… 🙂

  4. Rob Salter, December 3, 2009:

    line 435, 388 & 242 – why no $$ listed?
    line 340 – why no $$ for total marines?
    line 73 – need a comma between lung and heart
    line 200 – why no total $$ for FEMA?
    line 158, line 159 – need * removed.
    line 180-???

  5. Reid Douglas, December 8, 2009:

    Since you asked for us to report mistakes, in footnote 8 you said the “SEC is offset my collections and fees” and I’m sure that’s supposed to be “by”, right? I don’t think that correction is worthy of a free poster and I just bought two anyway. Great piece of work, though, so I guess I’d take a third one if you insist.

  6. Eric Hackathorn, February 26, 2010:

    Under Department of Energy’s “National Nuclear Security Administration” you are missing “Weapons Activities” and “Naval Reactors.”
    Does this mean I get a free poster? 🙂

  7. Eric Hackathorn, February 26, 2010:

    The National Science Foundation’s Office of Cyberinfrastrcture is missing its budget of .219 Billion.

  8. Eric Hackathorn, February 26, 2010:

    Under Navy Personnel you are missing the National Guard category.

  9. Eric Hackathorn, February 26, 2010:

    It seems like line 401 is missing from the actual image.

  10. Eric Hackathorn, February 26, 2010:

    Under total budget lines 425 and 432 I’m pretty sure you mean trillion rather than billion. 😉

  11. Howard Lindsey, September 24, 2010:

    I am trying to put together a paper on retirement and I have been looking for a source for federal employee retirement numbers. Do you have this availble or know of such a source? Thanks you for the great work.

  12. Girls running shoes, October 9, 2011:

    I am tottaly a new fan of this website! I like websites and am glad to find this place where i will gush about all things!

  13. Burt & Associates, November 4, 2011:

    Great blog you’ve got here. You’ll discover me reading through your stuff often. Bookmarked!

  14. Alisha Yosten, January 18, 2012:

    I am really enjoying the theme/design of your site. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems? A few of my blog visitors have complained about my site not working correctly in Explorer but looks great in Opera. Do you have any advice to help fix this issue?

  15. Adela Browne, January 23, 2012:

    Great issues being blogged about. Wish I had time to read all of it. Thanks

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