On-Budget (CongressionalGlossary.com)

From the Congressional Glossary – Including Legislative and Budget Terms

On-Budget

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All budgetary accounts other than those designated by law as off-budget. On-budget entities are federal agencies and programs that are fully reflected in the totals of the president’s budget and the congressional budget resolution.

Also see Nonbudgetary; Off-Budget / Off-Budget Entities / On-Budget Entities; Outlay; President’s Budget; Trust Fund Expenditure Account under Trust Fund Accounts under Account in the President’s Budget; Unified Budget; § 7.02 Federal Budgeting Concepts and Terminology, § 7.50 Congressional Budget Process, in Congressional Deskbook.

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