Winners and losers in the proposed fiscal 2003 IT budget

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AGENCYFY 2001FY 2002FY 2003Percent change 2002 to 2003
Army Corps of Engineers184225179- 20
Agriculture1,2761,3831,488+ 7.6
Commerce1,0291,031950- 7.9
Defense21,21221,72921,529+ 1.56
Education543643653- 0.92
Energy1,1111,1271146+ 1.69
Health and Human Services3,3383,7133,914+ 5.41
Housing and Urban Development306364369+ 1.37
Interior560598606+ 1.34
Justice1,4081,6651,632- 1.98
Labor292374420+ 12.3
State396582634+ 8.93
Transportation2,1202,4772653+ 7.11
Treasury2,1962,7923,031+ 8.56
Veterans Affairs1,0891,2191,261+ 3.45
Environmental Protection Agency399428450+ 5.14
Federal Emergency Management Agency1241321320
General Services Administration380399389- 2.51
NASA2,1102,2302,096- 6.01
National Science Foundation2220
Office of Personnel Management577688+ 15.79
Patent and Trademark Office177240233- 2.92
Social Security Administration695741702- 5.26
U.S. Agency for International Development698081+ 1.25
All other reporting agencies11311314427.4
Total IT budget41,24644,41944,838+ .94

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