Government Consumption Expenditures and Gross Investment in by USCensus

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									nt in Current and Chained (2000) Dollars by Level of Government and Type

Current Dollars 2000 1,721.6 1,417.1 304.5 189.3 115.2 578.8 499.3 79.5 13.3 66.2 370.3 321.5 48.8 5.0 43.8 208.5 177.8 30.7 8.3 22.3 1,142.8 917.8 225.0 176.0 49.0 2001 1,825.6 1,501.6 324.0 205.3 118.7 612.9 531.9 81.0 12.9 68.1 392.6 342.4 50.2 4.6 45.6 220.3 189.5 30.8 8.3 22.5 1,212.8 969.8 243.0 192.4 50.6 2002 1,961.1 1,616.9 344.3 220.2 124.0 679.7 591.5 88.1 14.3 73.8 437.1 381.7 55.4 4.4 51.0 242.5 209.9 32.7 9.9 22.8 1,281.5 1,025.3 256.1 205.9 50.2 2003 2,092.5 1,736.5 356.0 227.4 128.6 756.4 662.7 93.7 15.4 78.3 497.2 436.8 60.4 5.3 55.2 259.2 226.0 33.3 10.1 23.1 1,336.0 1,073.8 262.2 212.0 50.3 2004 2,216.8 1,844.0 372.8 235.4 137.4 825.6 723.7 101.9 15.1 86.8 550.7 482.9 67.8 5.6 62.2 274.9 240.8 34.1 9.4 24.6 1,391.2 1,120.3 270.9 220.3 50.6 2005 2,363.4 1,965.7 397.8 252.0 145.8 878.4 768.5 109.9 15.3 94.6 588.7 515.8 72.9 5.9 67.0 289.8 252.7 37.0 9.4 27.7 1,485.0 1,197.2 287.8 236.7 51.1 2006 2,523.0 2,089.3 433.8 277.2 156.5 932.5 812.8 119.7 16.8 102.9 624.3 544.8 79.5 6.3 73.2 308.2 268.0 40.2 10.5 29.7 1,590.5 1,276.5 314.0 260.5 53.6 2007 2,689.8 2,221.9 467.9 308.9 159.0 976.0 856.0 120.0 17.8 102.2 660.1 578.9 81.2 7.4 73.9 315.9 277.2 38.7 10.4 28.3 1,713.8 1,365.9 347.9 291.1 56.9 2000 1,721.6 1,417.1 304.5 189.3 115.2 578.8 499.3 79.5 13.3 66.2 370.3 321.5 48.8 5.0 43.8 208.5 177.8 30.7 8.3 22.3 1,142.8 917.8 225.0 176.0 49.0 2001 1,780.3 1,461.0 319.3 198.5 120.9 601.4 519.8 81.5 12.4 69.1 384.9 334.1 50.8 4.4 46.4 216.5 185.8 30.7 8.0 22.7 1,179.0 941.2 237.8 186.0 51.7

Chained (2000) dollars 2002 1,858.8 1,523.4 335.5 207.0 128.6 643.4 554.0 89.5 13.5 76.1 413.2 356.7 56.7 4.2 52.6 230.2 197.3 32.9 9.3 23.5 1,215.4 969.4 246.1 193.5 52.5 2003 1,904.8 1,562.0 342.9 208.8 134.5 687.1 592.0 95.1 14.1 81.1 449.0 387.5 61.7 4.8 56.9 238.0 204.5 33.5 9.3 24.2 1,217.8 969.8 248.1 194.7 53.4 2004 1,931.8 1,585.7 346.1 204.2 143.4 715.9 614.4 101.9 13.1 89.2 475.0 407.6 68.0 4.8 63.3 240.7 206.7 34.0 8.2 25.9 1,215.8 970.8 245.0 191.2 54.0 2005 1,946.3 1,598.0 348.1 199.9 151.2 726.5 619.9 107.8 12.2 96.4 482.4 411.7 71.7 4.7 67.2 243.9 207.9 36.2 7.5 29.1 1,219.6 977.7 241.8 187.7 54.6 2006 1,981.4 1,620.7 361.1 203.8 161.6 742.3 629.3 115.1 12.5 103.6 491.5 416.6 76.6 4.6 72.4 250.7 212.6 38.5 7.9 31.3 1,239.0 990.9 248.0 191.3 57.7 2007 2,021.6 1,652.2 369.8 209.9 163.7 755.0 642.5 114.0 12.6 102.3 505.1 429.3 77.3 5.2 72.3 249.6 213.0 36.8 7.5 30.0 1,266.4 1,009.2 257.0 197.3 61.3

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Table 654. Government Consumption Expenditures and Gross Investment in Current and Real (2000) Dollars by Level of Government and Type
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HEADNOTE [In billions of dollars (1,721.6 represents $1,721,600,000,000). Government consumption expenditures are services (such as education and nation government that are valued at their cost of production. Excludes government sa Gross government investment consists of general government and government ente for fixed assets; inventory investment is included in government consumption e For explanation of national income and chained dollars, see text, Section 13]

FOOTNOTES \1 Government consumption expenditures are services(such as education and nati government that are valued at their cost of production. Excludes government sa \2 Gross government investment consists of general government and government e for fixed assets; inventory investment is included in government consumption e Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, Survey of Current Business, April 2008. See also <http://www.bea.gov/national/nipaweb/SelectTable.asp?Selected=N>. For more information:
http://www.bea.gov/National/Index.htm

Note. Chained (2000) dollar series are calculated as the product of the chain-type quantity index and the 2000 current-dollar value of the corresponding series, divided by 100. Because the formula for the chain-t quantity indexes uses weights of more than one period, the corresponding chained-dollar estimates are usually not additive. The residual line is t difference between the first line and the sum of the most detailed lines, excluding the lines in the addenda.

ation and national defense) produced by es government sales to other sectors and government own-account investment (constructi government enterprise expenditures nt consumption expenditures. xt, Section 13]

ucation and national defense) produced by es government sales to other sectors and government enterprise expenditures nt consumption expenditures.

oduct of the ue of the for the chain-type e corresponding sidual line is the detailed lines,

nt investment (construction and software).


								
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