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As expected, the President’s Budget Request for FY 2021 contains mostly cuts to civilian agencies, with a few exceptions.
VA saw a 14% increase from 2020’s enacted levels, with a specific priority put on electronic health record modernization and other IT projects.
NASA saw a 12% increase, reflecting the president’s priority of returning to the moon by 2024 and preparing for a mission to Mars.
Treasury saw a 2.2% increase, with focuses on streamlining operations and bolstering national security and law enforcement capacities.
Here’s a look at all the topline numbers from the President’s FY 2021 Budget Request:
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