Almost every agency would see a boost under the deal reached by lawmakers on Wednesday evening.
The $1.3 trillion fiscal 2018 funding package sent to President Trump early Friday includes big boosts for almost all of the major federal agencies, thanks to a broader two-year budget deal increasing spending caps that President Trump signed last month.
Some of the biggest winners in the omnibus include the Commerce, Defense, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security and Transportation departments, which all had increases of more than 10 percent compared to fiscal 2017 enacted spending levels. The State Department was the only agency to see a decrease (when other international activities and overseas contingency operations funding are included), and the Environmental Protection Agency's budget is either flat or has a slight increase, depending which summary of the omnibus is used (a House Democratic summary shows an increase of $763 million or 9.5 percent over enacted fiscal 2017 levels while other congressional summaries show flat funding).
Check out our chart below to see how your agency would fare under the omnibus: