Following are FCW.com's articles about key agency and department fiscal 2004 budget requests for information technology programs.
Overview: Budget emphasizes consolidation
Agriculture: USDA boosts Common Computing
Commerce: Commerce wins, loses in budget
Defense: DOD requests $380 billion budget
Defense: DOD presents Information Age budget
Education: Education IT funding increases
Energy: Energy IT budget stays flat
EPA: EPA IT shop gets healthy boost
GSA: E-gov stays high on agenda, GSA budget
HHS: HHS budget battles bioterror
Homeland Security: Budget boosts Homeland funding
Homeland Security: Homeland IT budget on rise
Homeland Security: Homeland agencies' funding mixed
INS: Budget commits to immigration systems
Interior: Interior aims millions at trust fund
Labor: Labor budget boosts GovBenefits
NASA: NASA plans spending on mix of IT
NMCI: NMCI budget larger than expected
OPM: OPM includes worker incentive fund
State: State IT budget sees 5% boost
Transportation: Safety runs through DOT budget
Treasury: Little change in Treasury budget
Veterans Affairs: VA restructures IT budget
Business cases put programs 'at risk'
Budget opens book on performance
Agencies still seeing red
Additional budget resources
Fiscal 2004 budget request (White House site)
Fiscal 2003 budget request (White House site)
FCW.com's fiscal 2003 budget roundup
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