United States Code

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§ 9103.
Budgets of wholly owned Government corporations
(a)
Each wholly owned Government corporation shall prepare and submit each year to the President a business-type budget in a way, and before a date, the President prescribes by regulation for the budget program.
(b)
The budget program for each wholly owned Government corporation shall—
(1)
contain estimates of the financial condition and operations of the corporation for the current and following fiscal years and the condition and results of operations in the last fiscal year;
(2)
contain statements of financial condition, income and expense, and sources and use of money, an analysis of surplus or deficit, and additional statements and information to make known the financial condition and operations of the corporation, including estimates of operations by major activities, administrative expenses, borrowings, the amount of United States Government capital that will be returned to the Treasury during the fiscal year, and appropriations needed to restore capital impairments; and
(3)
provide for emergencies and contingencies and otherwise be flexible so that the corporation may carry out its activities.
(c)
The President shall submit the budget programs submitted by wholly owned Government corporations (as changed by the President) as part of the budget submitted to Congress under section 1105 of this title. The President thereafter may submit changes in a budget program of a corporation at any time.
(Pub. L. 97–258, Sept. 13, 1982, 96 Stat. 1042.)
cite as: 31 USC 9103