off-budget

[awf-buhj-it, of-]
adjective U.S. Government.
not included in the regular federal budget; funded through separate agencies.
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Revenues, outlays, and the deficit or surplus have both on-budget and
  off-budget components.
The term off-budget differs from the term nonbudgetary.
Total outlays include both budget and off-budget outlays and are stated net of
  offsetting collections.
The off-budget deficit or surplus includes those accounts designated in law as
  off-budget.
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