Saturday, December 12, 2009

Data Update Schedule

Here's a table that tells you when data was last updated, and when to expect fresh updates from usgovernmentspending.com.

LAST UPDATED: 05/31/2019

MonData TypeLast Update + LinkNext Update
FebFederal Spending/Revenue govinfo.gov Mar 2019FY20 BudgetFeb 2020 FY2021 Budget
FebForecast US GDP govinfo.govMar 20192019 ff Feb 2020CY20ff
MarActual US GDP bea.gov Mar 2018 2017 GDPMar 2019CY18
MarFederal Revenue by State irs.govMay 2019FY18 dataMar 2020 FY19 data
MarAgency Debt federalreserve.gov Mar 2019 2018 dataMar 2020CY19
AprActual US GO bea.gov Apr 2019 2018 GOApr 2020CY19
AprState Spending/Revenue census.gov May 2019FY17 dataApr 2020FY18 data
MayActual State GDP bea.gov May 20192018 dataMay 20202019 data
MayMedicare Trustees Report cms.govMay 20192019 reportMay 20202020 report
MayOASDI Trustees Report ssa.govMay 20192019 reportMay 20202020 report
JulyCBO Long Term Outlook cbo.gov July 20182018 reportJuly 2019 2019 report
SeptState and Local Spending/Revenue census.gov Oct 2018FY16 dataSep 2019 FY17 data
SeptState Quarterly Taxes census.gov Sep 2018FY18 dataSep 2019 FY19 data
OctFederal Outlays, Receipts, Deficit treas.govOct 2018FY18 dataOct 2019FY19 data
DecCMS Medicaid cms.gov Mar 2019CY17 dataDec 2019CY18 data
DecUS, State Population census.gov Dec 20187/18 data Dec 20197/19 data

6 comments:

  1. In your next update, you should consider correcting the massive, glaring error in your revenue numbers. You quote them as billions, when in fact they are TRILLIONS, which is 1000 times as much.

    Your fallacious reporting makes the national debt look 1,000 times worse (as a percent of national income) than it really is. Typical conservative distortions.

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    1. He lists it in the thousands of billions. If he listed it in the thousands of trillions then that would be a huge glaring error. Pay attention

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  2. I think the biggest problem with your site is sometimes it tells too much -- I think you need something simpler like an idiot graph spending vs revenue and then you click on the pie to drill down. That would help with dummies like above.

    All the best Chris. You're doing a fantabulous job.

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  3. Excellent site. A lot of great information. It would be great to provide a map from the CBO data to your data. The summary results are the same but the numbers underneath the summary end up in different places.

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  4. Everyone which comments anything negative to this site is undoubtedly naive to what I see the purpose of this website (i.e. a simpler and correctly filtered data source) might be a few decimal points or columns in a wrong area (pending what one is trying to do) yet -- this is a great site and applaud Chris for do this.

    For what its worth -- I do not consider myself a republican or democrat but simple one who likes to see the facts as one never gets directly in advertised political figures. This site is great for that.

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  5. I have just saved a snapshot of the direct revenues to the treasury so I can compare the estimated amount for 2011 to the actual amount when the numbers are available. My guess is that the actual will be far lower. I'm wondering - could you make it possible to create a chart with the estimated vs. actual for the last ten years? Just curious!

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