Le budget fédéral des États-Unis concerne le budget de l'État du gouvernement et de l'administration fédérale aux États-Unis. Il est le plus important du monde depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale devant celui du Japon.↑ (en) « Budget », sur CIA World Factbook (consulté le 19 octobre 2012)

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  • Le budget fédéral des États-Unis concerne le budget de l'État du gouvernement et de l'administration fédérale aux États-Unis. Il est le plus important du monde depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale devant celui du Japon.
  • The Budget of the United States Government often begins as the President's proposal to the U.S. Congress which recommends funding levels for the next fiscal year, beginning October 1. However, Congress is the body required by law to pass appropriations annually and to submit funding bills passed by both houses to the President for signature. Congressional decisions are governed by rules and legislation regarding the federal budget process. Budget committees set spending limits for the House and Senate committees and for Appropriations subcommittees, which then approve individual appropriations bills to allocate funding to various federal programs.If Congress fails to pass an annual budget, a series of Appropriations bills must be passed as "stop gap" measures. After Congress approves an appropriations bill, it is sent to the President, who may sign it into law, or may veto it (as he would a budget when passed by the Congress). A vetoed bill is sent back to Congress, which can pass it into law with a two-thirds majority in each chamber. Congress may also combine all or some appropriations bills into an omnibus reconciliation bill. In addition, the president may request and the Congress may pass supplemental appropriations bills or emergency supplemental appropriations bills.Several government agencies provide budget data and analysis. These include the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Congressional Budget Office, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the U.S. Treasury Department. These agencies have reported that the federal government is facing a series of important long-run financing challenges, primarily driven by healthcare programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, which are projected to grow faster than the economy overall as the population matures. In the short-term, deficits are projected to return to their historical average relative to the size of the economy by 2014.
  • Федеральный бюджет США, Бюджет Правительства Соединённых штатов (англ. the Budget of the United States Government; англ. the United States federal budget) предлагается Президентом США в виде запроса к Конгрессу. В нём содержатся рекомендации по структуре расходов федерального правительства на следующий финансовый год (начинающийся 1 октября). В ходе рассмотрения бюджета в Конгрессе законодатели принимают законы об ассигнованиях, которые направляются Президенту для подписания. Президент может наложить на закон вето, но оно может быть преодолено голосованием в Конгрессе.По состоянию на 2009 год доходы и расходы федерального бюджета США самые большие среди стран мира.
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  • Le budget fédéral des États-Unis concerne le budget de l'État du gouvernement et de l'administration fédérale aux États-Unis. Il est le plus important du monde depuis la Seconde Guerre mondiale devant celui du Japon.↑ (en) « Budget », sur CIA World Factbook (consulté le 19 octobre 2012)
  • Федеральный бюджет США, Бюджет Правительства Соединённых штатов (англ. the Budget of the United States Government; англ. the United States federal budget) предлагается Президентом США в виде запроса к Конгрессу. В нём содержатся рекомендации по структуре расходов федерального правительства на следующий финансовый год (начинающийся 1 октября). В ходе рассмотрения бюджета в Конгрессе законодатели принимают законы об ассигнованиях, которые направляются Президенту для подписания.
  • The Budget of the United States Government often begins as the President's proposal to the U.S. Congress which recommends funding levels for the next fiscal year, beginning October 1. However, Congress is the body required by law to pass appropriations annually and to submit funding bills passed by both houses to the President for signature. Congressional decisions are governed by rules and legislation regarding the federal budget process.
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