The Navy's budget request for fiscal 2012 focuses on technology and new equipment as well as cost and energy savings.
Army's proposed budget emphasizes force maintenance and modernization.
The Veterans Affairs Department is requesting a 10.6 percent increase overall and a flat budget for its IT programs.
Although the Air Force's budget is smaller for fiscal 2012, savings gained through efficiency measures will be applied to readiness and modernization, official says.
DOE's proposed fiscal 2012 budget calls for supporting the president's clean fuel initiatives, energy research and more nuclear power.
The Obama administration said today that it strongly opposes the continuing resolution legislation introduced by House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers.
The Defense Department's proposed $553 billion budget for fiscal 2012 marks a modest increase.
Members of the House Appropriations Committee have introduced a continuing resolution that would reduce spending for the rest of this fiscal year by $100 billion compared with the president’s budget request.
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.
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.