The Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990, as amended, is the legislation governing Federal credit budgeting and the administration of credit programs.
Each year, the President transmits the Budget of the United States Government to the Congress. In addition to the six formal budget documents, supplemental materials are also available including the Federal Credit Supplement. Most of the tables are also available in spreadsheet format. This site provides materials from the most recent budget as well as materials from previous budgets since the Budget for fiscal year 1996.
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