Bush IT request chart

Agency

Fy 2004 request

Fy 2005 request

Percent change

National Science Foundation

$38 million

$84 million

121.05%

Commerce Department

$1.414 billion

$1.56 billion

10.33%

Interior Department

$735 million

$799 million

8.71%

Homeland Security Department

$4.098 billion

$4.428 billion

8.05%

Department of Veterans Affairs

$1.503 billion

$1.61 billion

7.12%

Justice Department

$2.074 billion

$2.199 billion

6.03%

Office of Personnel Management

$126 million

$132 million

4.76%

Department of Health and Human Services

$4.895 billion

$5.111 billion

4.41%

Environmental Protection Agency

$447 million

$463 million

3.58%

National Archives and Records Administration

$95 million

$98 million

3.16%

Labor Department

$399 million

$407 million

2.01%

Defense Department

$27.038 billion

$27.447 billion

1.51%

Energy Department

$2.684 billion

$2.703 billion

0.71%

General Services Administration

$513 million

$506 million

-1.36%

Treasury Department

$2.845 billion

$2.734 billion

-3.90%

Transportation Department

$2.834 billion

$2.718 billion

-4.09%

Small Business Administration

$39 million

$37 million

-5.13%

State Department

$879 million

$831 million

-5.46%

NASA

$2.062 billion

$1.904 billion

-7.66%

Agriculture Department

$1.908 billion

$1.746 billion

-8.49%

Education Department

$636 million

$581 million

-8.65%

Social Security Administration

$887 million

$808 million

-8.91%

Department of Housing and Urban Development

$428 million

$336 million

-21.50%

Federal IT total

$59.115 billion

$59.786 billion

1.14%

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