Budget

The FY15 budget: IT spending breakdown

The chart below, drawn from federal CIO Steven VanRoekel's March 4 budget presentation, shows agency-by-agency IT budgets for fiscal 2015 as compared to previous years.

IT Spending ($ Millions) FY 14 to FY 15 Change
Agency 2013 (PY) 2014 (CY) 2015 (BY) $ Millions % Change
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers $478 $445 $634 $189 42.38%
Department of Commerce $1,619 $1,890 $1,990 $100 5.29%
Department of Education $590 $683 $697 $14 2.10%
Department of Veterans Affairs $3,485 $3,852 $4,032 $180 4.67%
Department of the Treasury $3,448 $3,503 $3,971 $468 13.36%
Environmental Protection Agency $392 $402 $441 $38 9.50%
Office of Personnel Management $85 $96 $95 ($1) -0.45%
Department of Labor $552 $581 $611 $31 5.29%
Department of Homeland Security $5,343 $5,816 $5,813 ($3) -0.06%
Small Business Administration $100 $102 $109 $7 7.05%
Department of State $1,354 $1,427 $1,460 $33 2.28%
Department of Transportation $3,060 $3,290 $3,283 ($7) -0.20%
National Science Foundation $96 $99 $103 $4 3.86%
Smithsonian Institution $60 $60 $63 $2 4.10%
Social Security Administration $1,489 $1,667 $1,538 ($129) -7.74%
Department of Agriculture $2,592 $2,580 $2,611 $30 1.18%
National Aeronautics and Space Administration $1,432 $1,399 $1,442 $42 3.01%
U.S. Agency for International Development $125 $117 $126 $9 7.46%
Department of Health and Human Services $8,576 $9,596 $8,627 ($968) -10.09%
Department of Justice $2,523 $2,493 $2,470 ($23) -0.91%
Department of the Interior $1,015 $1,022 $989 ($32) -3.14%
Department of Energy $1,498 $1,497 $1,453 ($44) -2.96%
Nuclear Regulatory Commission $161 $152 $152 $0 0.02%
General Services Administration $698 $593 $572 ($21) -3.53%
National Archives and Records Administration $118 $102 $93 ($9) -8.81%
Department of Housing and Urban Development $381 $290 $281 ($9) -2.97%
Subtotal for Major Civilian Agencies $41,273 $43,754 $43,655 ($99) -0.23%
Department of Defense $36,624 $37,644 $35,370 ($2,275) -6.04%
Total IT Investments for Federal Government $77,897 $81,398 $79,025 ($2,374) -2.92%

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