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From the Congressional Glossary – Including Legislative and Budget Terms

Working Capital Fund

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A type of intragovernmental revolving fund that operates as a self-supporting entity that conducts a regular cycle of businesslike activities. These funds function entirely from the fees charged for the services they provide consistent with their statutory authority. (See also Intragovernmental Revolving Fund Account under Intragovernmental Fund Accounts under Federal Fund Accounts under Account in the President’s Budget, GAO search for “working capital fund”, and “Interagency Contracting: An Overview of Federal Procurement and Appropriations Law,” CRS Report for Congress R40814.)



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