Budget Enforcement Act (7-Day-After Reports)

Within seven days after enactment of a discretionary spending bill, OMB is required to submit a report to Congress estimating the change in budget authority and outlays for each fiscal year through 2021 resulting from that legislation. The estimates must use the economic and technical assumptions underlying the most recent President's budget. These OMB estimates are used to determine whether the discretionary spending cap requirements have been met.


Report Date

Bill Number(s)

Title(s)

P.L. Number(s)
FY 2014
01/29/14
 (65 pages, 1mb)
H.R. 3547 Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014         P.L. 113-76
FY 2013
05/10/13
 (5 pages, 250k)
H.R. 1765 Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013      P.L. 113-9
04/04/13
 (62 pages, 904k)
H.R. 933 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2013 P.L. 113-6
02/07/13
 (8 pages, 294k)
H.R. 152 Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 2013 P.L. 113-2
FY 2012
01/04/12
 (57 pages, 1mb)
H.R. 2055
H.R. 3672
Consolidated and Disaster Relief Appropriations Act, 2012 P.L. 112-74
P.L. 112-77
11/29/11
 (20 pages, 913k)
H.R. 2112 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act, 2012      P.L. 112-55