2 edition of New approaches to the budgetary treatment of federal credit assistance. found in the catalog.
New approaches to the budgetary treatment of federal credit assistance.
|Series||A CBO study|
|Contributions||United States. Congressional Budget Office.|
|LC Classifications||HJ8119 .P45 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 84 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||84602262|
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Getary practice in depicting the subsidy cost of federal credit assistance. It then examines four options for improving the quality of federal credit data in the budget.
The study was prepared by Marvin Phaup of the Budget Process Unit under the supervision of Richard P. Emery, Jr. Deirdre B. Phillips investiga. Get this from a library. New approaches to the budgetary treatment of federal credit assistance.
[Marvin Phaup; United States. Congressional Budget Office.]. Enter your keywords. Sort by. Relevancy. Publication Date. New Approaches to the Budgetary Treatment of Federal Credit Assistance. Ma Report. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Federal Credit Programs, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.
View Document. Summary. A new paper by Donald Marron of the Urban Institute brings a new idea to the table in the debate over accounting methods for federal lending programs.
The paper proposes an approach Marron argues corrects the downsides he describes in both current Federal Credit Reform Act (FCRA) budget accounting standards and fair-value accounting.
His approach is called "expected returns," and it is a third way that maintains some of the benefits. creditworthiness of applicants for Federal financial assistance or persons seeking to do business with the Government.
Background. The Debt Collection Act of gave agencies the authority to report delinquent nontax, non-tariff consumer debts to credit reporting agencies provided that Federal agencies follow detailed procedures. The Federal Credit Reform Act of (FCRA) requires agencies to estimate the cost to the government of extending or guaranteeing credit.
This cost, referred to as subsidy cost, equals the net present value of estimated cash flows from the government (e.g., loan disbursements and claim payments to lenders) minus estimated cash flows to the government (e.g., loan repayments, interest.
Credit programs involving loans and loan guarantees are accounted for differently than most other programs in the federal budget. Whereas other programs record outlays and revenue as cash goes out and comes in, the cost of credit programs are calculated by recording the lifetime cost of the loan/guarantee in the year it is originated.
However, a new report from the Congressional Budget. budgetary treatment of the cost of federal credit programs. This report addresses (1) whether trends exist in subsidy cost reestimates and what factors, if any, help explain any significant trends in reestimates and (2) the implications of using the fair value approach to estimate subsidy costs in the budget and whether GAO.
Chapter 3: Budgeting — Budgetary Approaches. Over the past 30 years, governmental organizations in the United States have used a variety of budgetary approaches and formats.
These problems can be avoided through the careful design of site-based budgeting guidelines and thorough training for new budget stakeholders. Outcome-Focused Budgeting. necessary to initially discuss justifications for credit programs, federal credit concepts, and the budgetary treatment of federal credit before the enactment of the FCRA.5 Before FY, for a given fiscal year, the reported budgetary cost of a new loan or new loan guarantee was its.
programs avoid budget ceilings, there is a tendency to use them when some on-budget program--direct loans, direct subsidies, etcmight be more efficient. The combined effects of the off-budget status of the Federal Financing Bank and other undesirable budget practices results in: an inaccurate depiction of some Federal credit assistance.
Eventually, these problems led Congress to overhaul the accounting rules for federal credit programs. As part of the Budget Enforcement Act ofCongress added a new title to the Congressional Budget Act oftitle V, cited as The Federal Credit Reform Act.
THE FEDERAL FINANCING BANK AND THE BUDGETARY TREATMENT OF FEDERAL CREDIT ACTIVITIES The Congress of the United States Congressional Budget Office For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.
Government Printing Office. Title V of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of (P.L. ), the Federal Credit Reform Act of or FCRA, changed how the unified budget reports the cost of federal credit activities (i.e., federal direct loans and loan guarantees) to an accrual basis beginning in The federal government supports home ownership, postsecondary education, and various other activities by providing direct federal loans and by guaranteeing loans made by private financial institutions.
CBO analyzes proposed changes to the Federal Housing Administration’s mortgage guarantees, the Department of Education’s student loan programs, and other federal credit programs. The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of (P.L. ) added Title V to the Congressional Budget Act. Title V, also called the Federal Credit Reform Act of (the FCRA), changed how the unified budget reports the cost of federal credit activities (i.e., federal direct loans and loan guarantees).
Before fiscal year (FY), for a given fiscal year, the budgetary cost of a new. Get this from a library. Federal credit assistance: an approach to program design and analysis.
[United States. General Accounting Office.]. In a new report released yesterday, the Congressional Budget Office looked at the difference in accounting methods used to score federal credit programs. This was a follow up to a previous report which we analyzed back in March about how the costs of federal loan and loan guarantee programs would look if we changed the way we accounted for them.
To recap, under. The GFOA Materials Library provides current information in various topical areas. These resources include best practices, sample documents, GFOA products, and services, and links to web data sources and to related organizations.
Treasury’s Financial Management Service web site at When developing new or revising existing credit programs, Federal agencies must take into consideration the Budget and Legislative Policy for Credit Programs promulgated in OMB Circular No. A, which states: “Federal credit assistance should be provided only when it is.
The Council is a formal interagency body empowered to prescribe uniform principles, standards, and report forms for the federal examination of financial institutions by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (), the National Credit Union Administration (), the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (), and the Consumer Financial.What's New.
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