Military spending

The Defense Department's information technology budget request for fiscal 2002 includes modest increases over last year's budget.

Here's a look at how the fiscal 2002 numbers compare to last year's budget, including funds for national security systems: (dollars in billions) Army Navy A.F. DOD Total 2001 $4.9 $4.2 $5.5 $7.6 $22.2 2002 $4.7 $4.5 $5.7 $8.1 $22.9

Source: Federal Sources Inc. Numbers may not add up due to rounding.

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