The funding package passed both the House and the Senate and President Obama is expected to sign it into law. How much will your agency get in 2016 compared to 2015? Find out below:
Veterans Affairs: $71.4 billion, an increase of $6.4 billion. This includes $50 billion for medical services (an increase of $4.7 billion), $2.7 billion for disability claims processing backlog (an increase of $173 million), and $1.2 billion for construction projects (an $862 million increase). The bill also provides $63.3 billion in advance funding for fiscal 2017.
Defense: $514.1 billion, an increase of $23.9 billion. This includes $167.5 billion for operation and maintenance, a $5.8 billion increase.
Homeland Security: $41 billion, an increase of $1.3 billion. The Customs and Border Protection is funded at $11 billion, a $359 million increase. The Immigration and Customs Enforcement receives $5.8 billion. TSA is funded at $4.9 billion, a $27 million increase. TheCoast Guard receives $10.8 billion, a $933 million increase. FEMA is funded at $7.4 billion as requested.
Labor, Health and Human Services, Education: $162.1 billion, an increase of $5.4 billion. TheNational Institute of Health is funded at $32 billion, a $2 billion increase. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention receives $7.2 billion, an increase of $300 million. The Social Security Administration is funded at $1.4 billion, an increase of $30 million. The Department of Education receives $68 billion, a $1.2 billion increase. The Department of Labor is funded at $12.18 billion, an increase of $234.6 million. Job Corps receives $1.69 billion.
Justice: $28.7 billion, compared to $24.4 billion in 2015. The Bureau of Prison is funded at $7.5 billion, an increase of $558 million. NASA is funded at $19.3 billion, an increase of $1.3 billion. The National Science Foundation receives $7.5 billion, an increase of $119 million.
Housing and Urban Development: $38.6 billion, an increase of $3 billion.
Interior & Environment: $32.159 billion, an increase of $1.7 billion. The National Park Service is funded at $2.9 billion, an increase of $237 million. The EPA is funded at $8.1 billion, which is lower than the 2010 level.
Energy and Water: $37.2 billion, an increase of $3 billion. Army Corps of Engineers is funded at $5.99 billion, a $535 million increase. Energy programs at the Department of Energyreceives $11 billion, a $794 million increase. The Department of Interior receives $1.275 billion, a $135 million increase.
Agriculture: $21.75 billion, an increase of $925 million. Food Safety and Inspection Service, however, receives over $1 billion, $1.6 million less than the 2015 level. The Food and Drug Administration receives $2.72 billion, an increase of $132 million.
Transportation: $18.7 billion, an increase of $847 million.
Commerce: $9.2 billion, an increase of $779 million. The Census Bureau receives $1.4 billion, an increase of $282 million. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is funded at $5.8 billion, a $325 million increase.
State: $53 billion, an increase of $3.4 billion.
Financial Services: $23.2 billion, a $1.7 billion increase. The bill freezes most funding for theIRS at the 2015 level. Federal courts are funded at $6.8 billion, an $80.4 million increase. The Small Business Administration receives $871 million. District of Columbia receives $730 million, an increase of $50 million.