Expired and Expiring Authorizations of Appropriations: Fiscal Year 2018, Revised

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CBO has updated its January 2018 report to the Congress on programs funded for fiscal year 2018 for which authorizations of appropriations have expired or will expire during the current fiscal year.

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Corrections and Updates

On July 31, 2018, CBO reposted this document to correct Table 2 on page 4. The previous version attributed authorizations to the Senate Committee on Armed Services that should have been attributed to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. In addition, a typographical error in the stub column of Table 4 on page 6 has been corrected.

On April 3, 2019, CBO reposted this document with further corrections on pages 2 through 6, including changes to Tables 1 through 4. In preparing the 2019 edition of this report, CBO discovered an error in its 2018 tabulations: The July 2018 edition incorrectly reported the amount of funding for the Federal Pell Grant Program as $22 million. The document now lists the correct amount (about $22.5 billion) for that program, which increases the amount of identifiable funding to $341 billion for programs with an expired authorization of appropriations. Corrections also were made to Appendix A: in the House Authorization Committee version on page 15, in the Senate Authorization Committee version on page 44, and in the Appropriations Subcommittee version on page 45. CBO also reposted the supplemental data accompanying this report to account for that correction.