Homeland Security Department: FY2010 Appropriations
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This report describes the FY2010 appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security DHS. The Administration requested a net appropriation of 44.1 billion in budget authority for FY2010. This amounts to a 2.8 billion, or a 6.7 increase over the 41.2 billion enacted for FY2009 not including supplemental funding. Total budget authority requested by the Administration for DHS for FY2010 amounts to 55.1 billion. Net requested appropriations for major agencies within DHS were as follows Customs and Border Protection CBP, 10,049 million Immigration and Customs Enforcement ICE, 5,458 million Transportation Security Administration TSA, 5,267 million Coast Guard, 9,734 million Secret Service, 1,490 million National Protection Programs Directorate, 1,319 million Federal Emergency Management Administration FEMA, 7,235 million Science and Technology, 968 million and the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office, 366 million. This report contains a detailed discussion of the Presidents budget request for DHS, but due to time constraints, the text does not include a detailed discussion of the House- or Senate-reported versions of the FY2010 bill. The tables reflect the House- and Senate-reported numbers.
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