The President is required to submit a budget request each year by the first week in February. This budget request is produced in great detail resulting in six volumes of information and reflects a process of consulting between the agencies and the Office of Management and Budget, but ultimately reflects the priorities of the current administration.
The document sent to Congress by the president in February of each year that proposes new budget authority for federal programs and estimates federal revenues and outlays for the coming fiscal year
Term used for the materials submitted to support the budget requested from Congress.(empty)
The document sent to Congress each year by the Administration, usually in January. It estimates the receipts and spending, and recommends appropriation levels and Administrative priorities for the upcoming fiscal year.
Budget for a particular fiscal year transmitted to Congress by the President in accordance with the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended.