Clinton releases budget proposal

DOD Communications and Electronics Procurement Budgets

Fiscal 2000Proposed Fiscal 2001
Army$1.9 billion$1.8 billion
Navy$1.9 billion$1.4 billion
Marines$0.5 billion$0.3 billion
Air Force$1.0 billion$1.1 billion
Total$5.3 billion$4.6 billion

Source : DOD Comptroller Fiscal 2001 Procurement Budget

DOD Research, Development, Test and Evaluation Funding for Intelligence and Communications

Fiscal 2000Proposed Fiscal 2001
Army$0.14 billion$0.19 billion
Navy (includes Marines)$0.78 billion$791 billion
Air Force$5.2 billion$5.2 billion
Defensewide$1.7 billion$1.95 billion
Total$7.8 billion$8.3 billion

Source : DOD Comptroller Fiscal 2001 Procurement Budget

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