Republicans are criticizing the White House for not meeting Monday's deadline to produce a federal budget.
For the third straight year, the Obama administration hasn't produced a spending plan on time, and it is the fourth delay in the last five years.
"President Obama missed a great opportunity today to help our economy," Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, said. "This was supposed to be the day he submitted his budget to the Congress. But it's not coming. It's going to be late. Some reports say it could be a month late."
The administration hasn't said when it will release its budget for next year.
Congressional Republicans will vote on a bill Wednesday that would require the president to submit a plan that balances the budget eventually.
Republicans have repeatedly said Washington is spending too much. But the president and Democratic leaders are still calling for more tax revenue