* SOCIAL SECURITY: President proposed no change in cost-of-living adjustment (COLA). Committee proposed to eliminate the COLA for fiscal 1986. Committee would provide additional $300 million for Supplemental Security Income program to offset loss of inflation adjustments for elderly poor and disabled.
* DEFENSE: President called for 5.9 percent growth above inflation for fiscal 1986. Committee would allow next year's defense budget to grow only with inflation.
* FEDERAL PAY AND PENSION: President proposed a 5 percent cut for civilian employes and military pay increase of 3 percent in July. Committee would freeze military and civilian pay in fiscal 1986, and impose one-year freeze on military and civilian pensions. Committee plan to freeze federal civilian hiring was dropped.
* AMTRAK: President proposed elimination of subsidy. Committee would cut subsidy by approximately half by end of fiscal 1988.
* FARM PROGRAM SUBSIDIES: President would save $6.2 billion by gradually eliminating subsidies and reducing price supports. Committee saves $200 million by freezing programs for fiscal 1986.
* MEDICARE: President proposed to freeze doctor and hospital fees at current levels and to make the patient's share of Part B premium grow from 25 to 35 percent over five years, an increase on average of $5.60 per month by fiscal 1988, plus additional cuts and eligibility tightening. Committee went along with all but the latter two items.
* MEDICAID: President proposed freezing entire federal contribution to Medicaid program. Committee would require states to pay full premium for Medicare coverage for low-income elderly.
* STUDENT LOANS: President proposed $500 million cut, including big cut in subsidy banks receive on loans, cap on overall student aid and rejection of applicants from families with incomes over $32,500. Legislative proposals under study would cut $200 million, possibly including a slight cut in subsidy banks receive on loans and possible stretching of loan dispersal period over entire school year.
* JOB CORPS: President proposed elimination of Job Corps, reductions in dislocated workers and summer youth employment programs. Committee proposed keeping Job Corps but cutting it by up to 20 percent and a reduction in job training programs.
* POSTAL SERVICE SUBSIDIES: President proposed elimination of federal subsidies, committee agreed. Would increase rates for subsizied mailers, and drop some mailers from eligibility, including national political parties.
* REVENUE SHARING, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: President proposed termination. Committee originally voted to maintain in fiscal 1986, but kill in fiscal 1987. Now proposes to spread the $4.6 billion program over two years.
* EXPORT-IMPORT BANK: President proposed termination. Committee would reduce funding for direct loans from $3.8 billion to $1.25 billion.
* SMALL BUSINESS LOANS: President proposed elimination. Committee would cut by two-thirds. Small business disaster loans would be ended.
* LEGAL SERVICES CORP.: President proposed elimination. Committee proposed freeze at current levels.
* URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACTION GRANTS: President proposed elimination. Committee would cut by 20 percent in fiscal 1986. Committee would cut community development block grants by 10 percent, as proposed by president.
* WOMEN-INFANTS-CHILDREN: President proposed $1.48 billion. Committee proposed one-year freeze at $1.5 billion level.
* AID TO FAMILIES WITH DEPENDENT CHILDREN: President proposed cuts of $100 million, including work requirement for welfare recipients. Committee voted no change in program; allowed to grow from $8.6 billion in fiscal 1985 to $8.9 billion in fiscal 1986.
* SUBSIDIZED HOUSING: President proposed two-year moratorium on any expansion. Committee would freeze programs at $10.7 billion.
* SEWER GRANT: President proposed phase-out. Committee would freeze grants at $2.4 billion.
* STRATEGIC PETROLEUM RESERVE: President proposed terminating repenishment program. Committee would freeze replenishment for three years.