Fiscal 2005 budget roundup: Key IT funding requests

Following are FCW.com's articles about key agency and department fiscal 2005 budget requests for information technology programs.

Overview: Bush hopes to restrain IT increases

Chart: Bush IT request

Agriculture: USDA plans 7 percent IT cut

Commerce: Commerce asks for more IT funds

Defense: DOD seeks $10.8B for science, tech research

Energy: High-end computing highlights DOE tech request

FAA: Key IT programs get FAA boost

GSA: GSA would shrink IT budget

Homeland Security: DHS tech request rises 8 percent

Justice: Justice budgets for info sharing

NASA: NASA IT funding goals keep falling

State: White House would cut State IT funds

Treasury: Treasury IT spending could fall

Veterans Affairs: VA tech budget request rises

Budget management

E-gov fund ambition shrivels

Bush backs bonuses

Budget keys on national security

Additional budget resources

Fiscal 2005 budget request (White House site)

Fiscal 2004 budget request (White House site)

Fiscal 2003 budget request (White House site)

FCW.com's fiscal 2004 budget roundup

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