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OMB Circular A-11, Transmittal Memorandum #76 (5/27/2003)  (41k)

Part 4--Instructions on Budget Execution, Effective for FY 2004  (3,010k)

120. Apportionment/reapportionment process  (119k)
121. SF 132, Apportionment and reapportionment schedule  
130. SF 133 Report on budget execution and budgetary resources  (280k)
Appendix F. Format of SF 132 and SF 133  (193k)
   -- Template for SF 132 apportionment (excel spreadsheet)  (58k)
-- Template for letter apportionment (excel spreadsheet)  

November Update Transmittal Memorandum (11/14/02)  (41k)
Transmittal Letter  (70k)
Table of Contents  
Crosswalk to instructions previously included in OMB Circular
No. A-34
Guide to the Circular  
Summary of Changes  

PART 1  (2,195k)

General Information

10. Overview of the budget process  (192k)
15. Basic budget laws  
20. Terms and concepts  
22. Communications with Congress and the public and clearance requirements  

PART 2  (8,476k)

Preparation and Submission of Budget Estimates

I. General Policies and Requirements Related to Developing Estimates
    and Proposals

25. Summary of requirements  (217k)
30. Basic policies and assumptions  
31. Compliance with administration policies and other general requirements  
32. Estimating employment levels, compensation, benefits, and related costs  
33. Estimates related to specific types of programs and expenditures  
35. Reporting and estimating data  

II. The Initial Budget Submission

51. Basic justification materials  (436k)
52. Information on financial management  
53. Information technology and e-government  
54. Rental payments for space and land  
55. Energy and transportation efficiency management  
56. Drug control programs  
57. Information on erroneous payments  
58. Information on overseas staffing  

III. MAX Data and Other Materials Required After Passback

71. Reporting by budget account  (300k)
79. The budget data system  
80. Development of baseline estimates  
81. Policy and baseline estimates of budget authority, outlays, and receipts (schedules A, S, R, and K)  
82. Program and financing (schedule P)  
83. Object classification (MAX schedule O)  
84. Character classification (MAX schedule C)  
86. Other MAX data  
95. Budget Appendix and print materials  
96. Appropriations language  
97. Narrative statements, footnotes, and tables  
100. Revised and additional information required after final budget decisions  

IV. Appendices

A. Scorekeeping guidelines  (198k)
B. Scoring lease-purchases and leases of capital assets  
C. Listing of OMB agency/bureau and Treasury codes  
D. Explanation of MAX edit checks  
E. Diagnostic reports  

PART 3  (1,034k)

Selected Actions Following Transmittal of the Budget

110. Supplementals and amendments  (408k)
111. Releases of contingent emergency funding  
112. Rescission proposals and deferrals  

PART 4  (3,749k)

Instructions on Budget Execution

I. Apportionment and Reapportionments

120. Apportionment/reapportionment process  (1,051k)
121. SF 132, Apportionment and reapportionment schedule  
122. Investment transactions for budget execution  
123. Apportionments under continuing resolutions  
124. Agency operations in the absence of appropriations  

II. Budget Execution Reports

130. SF 133 Report on budget execution and budgetary resources  (851k)

III. Other Reports

135. Procedures for monitoring Federal outlays  (701k)
140. Reports on unvouchered expenditures  
145. Requirements for reporting Antideficiency Act violations  
150. Administrative control of funds

IV. Appendices

F. Format of SF 132 and SF 133  (1,148k)
G. Crosswalk between Antideficiency Act and Title 31 of the U.S. Code  
H. Checklist for fund control regulations  
I.  List of FACTS II reporting providers  

PART 5  (1,390k)

Federal Credit Programs

185. Federal credit  (1,478k)

PART 6  (1,714k)

Preparation and Submission of Strategic Plans, Annual Performance Plans, and Annual Program Performance Reports

200. Overview of strategic plans, annual performance plans, and annual program performance reports  (208k)
210. Preparing a strategic plan: the main elements  
211. Preparing a strategic plan: format and other features  
212. Submission of strategic plans  
213. Making interim adjustments to a strategic plan  
220. Preparation of annual performance plans: the main elements  
221. Budget performance integration  
222. Preparing an annual performance plan: format and other features  
223. Submission of annual performance plans  
224. The FY 2004 performance plan  
225. "Getting to Green": the President's Management Agenda initiative on integrating budget and performance  
230. Preparation and submission of the annual program performance report  
231. What does the annual program performance report contain?  
232. Sending the annual program performance report to the President and Congress  

PART 7  (746k)

Planning, Budgeting, Acquisition, and Management of Capital Assets

300. Planning, budgeting, acquisition, and management of capital assets  (724k)
Appendix 300A. Principles of budgeting for capital asset acquisitions  
Appendix 300B. Selected OMB guidance and references regarding capital assets  

Supplement to Part 7 - Capital Programming Guide  

PART 8  (527k)

Managing Federal Assets

800. Managing physical and financial assets  (942k)

Index  (846k)
OMB Documents and Executive Orders Referenced in this Circular  
Agency Comment Sheet  
Order Form  

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