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September 25, 2006

DHS FY07 approps emerges from conference

Filed under: Budgets and Spending — by Christian Beckner on September 25, 2006

The House Committee on Appropriations issued a press release tonight that contains the top-line details about the final agreement between the House and Senate conferees on FY 2007 appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security. When additional information emerges, I’ll provide a detailed analysis, building off of this chart that I published on the blog back in July.

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Comment by Anonymous Coward

September 27, 2006 @ 10:21 am

Why is it that the Preparedness Directorate front office received $44M less than what they requested? U/S Foresman and A/S Zitz are both savvy enough to know how to secure funding. Is that a signal that they will indeed be merging with FEMA sometime in FY2007, per Congressional direction, and that there will be a reduced need for back-office functions in Preparedness?

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