Defense request for fiscal 2012 comes in at $13 billion less than earlier spending projections.
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Homeland Security budget plan calls for $300 million less than fiscal 2011 request.
Staff disappointed over absent funds for design of new federal center in Missouri.
Check out our chart to see which agencies are up and which are down in the president’s fiscal 2012 proposal.
By consolidating data centers, insourcing technology jobs and other measures, agencies could save $149 million.
With the current stopgap measure set to expire on March 4, there is little time to reconcile differences.
State complains Homeland Security has not installed cameras, sensors, fencing and other barriers to attain 'operational control' of the U.S.-Mexico line.
Watchdog discovers workers paid for private trips and adult entertainment with agency credit cards.
Proposal slashes spending for hydrogen and fossil fuel research programs and shutters parts of two national labs.
Issue of whether to tackle protections piecemeal or as a package are unresolved, along with question of where to centralize federal authority.