What’s your agency’s share of the CR pie?

The Congressional Budget Office released its estimates Wednesday for what agencies will be receiving under the Continuing Resolution currently making its way through Congress.

In order to avoid a government shutdown, both the House and Senate must pass the legislation, so that President Barack Obama can sign it before the current CR runs out on Friday at midnight. If passed, the CR would fund the government through April 2017.

The following chart shows the break down of the $1,166,296,000,000 spending bill.

Further Continuing and Security Assistance Appropriations Act of 2017
Agencies Total in Millions
Agriculture $21,856
Commerce, Justice, Science $57,019
Defense $579,475
Energy, Water $38,284
Financial Services $22,806
Homeland Security $47,953
Interior $32,338
Labor, HHS, Education $163,247
Legislative Branch $4,356
State, Foreign Operations $57,026
Financial Services $22,806
Transportation, HUD $59,438

 

CBO also issued figures for The Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2017, which designated $82,498,000,000 for Military Construction and Veterans Affairs.