Fiscal 2012 proposal seeks $1.1 trillion in deficit reduction over 10 years, but many spending reductions would be reinvested elsewhere.
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Republicans say deficit reduction plans don't go far enough.
The administration also pledges $8.3 billion in fiscal 2012 funds to support military families.
More than half would see decreases under the fiscal 2012 proposal, which also calls on the federal government to sell 14,000 buildings.
Proposal restructures retiree health benefits funding, repays excess FERS contributions.
Defense request for fiscal 2012 comes in at $13 billion less than earlier spending projections.
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.