2012 Budget


Obama looks to boost IT spending in 2012

The Obama administration is taking on several programs to keep IT projects in line with its goals as it introduces its fiscal 2012 budget proposal.

Transportation budget could get a big boost in 2012

The administration's 2012 budget proposal would boost DOT's funding by 66 percent over 2010, with a lot of money targeted for infrastructure improvements. The FAA's staellite-based NextGen air traffic control system also would see an increase.

Homeland Security requests flat budget

Some of DHS' 22 agencies are projected to see double-digit increases, while others are slated for substantial cuts.

USDA's IT funding gets slight increase in budget proposal

The Agriculture Department would see a slight funding increase for its IT programs under President Barack Obama’s fiscal 2012 budget proposal.

Justice seeks 2 percent budget increase, some IT cuts

The Justice Department requests increases for financial investigations and counterterrorism while reducing some IT programs.

Obama wants money to help agency contracting shops

The acquisition workforce is a key part of the Obama administration's efforts to put control back into the hands of federal employees.

How to survive an austere budget

With a bipartisan drive toward cost cutting, expect lean times ahead.

Budget proposes cuts to some service contracts

The 2012 budget is expected to be lean, and details of some of the proposed cuts are beginning to emerge.

Commission's work informs president's cost-cutting plans

President Barack Obama highlighted the across-the-board spending cuts recommended by the fiscal commission in his State of the Union address, although he said he didn’t agree with all of the commission’s proposals.

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