I suspect that the only error here is that Reason seems to not understand the federal budget process. The NDIC may have closed in June, but the fiscal year didn’t end until September, which meant it was still funded. But, congress did not pass a new budget at that time. Rather, they passed a continuing resolution, which continues to fund all of the various agencies that were previously funded. Cuts can be made indiscriminately, ie you can say the CR will fund the government at 2% below current levels, but you can’t zero out line items in a CR. That’s what a budget is for.
So even though the NDIC does not exist, it exists. It’s money is appropriated. Presumably the next budget will zero it out and its unused funds will be returned to the treasury, but until that time it exists, at least on paper. And as such, OMB was correct to include it in the report.
Not only is the report probably technically correct, but even if it was an error (or, according to some, an intentional scare tactic or lie about a relatively tiny amount of money), it is a far cry from "making shite up".
If you guys want to be taken seriously and win back some voters, stop focusing on sensationalist bull shite and calling anyone with opinions and concerns different from yours "stupid" and "the dumbest of the dumb".