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DHS seeks 20 percent increase in IT spending

The Bush administration is seeking a 21.2 percent increase in the Homeland Security Department’s information technology spending, according to the president’s fiscal 2007 proposed budget. Overall, the budget request calls for $42.7 billion in fiscal 2007, a nearly 6 percent increase collectively for DHS. The IT portion would increase from $3.64 billion this year to a proposed $4.41 billion. Full Story

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