Last night the House Committee on the Budget reported out its framework for the 2010 budget. The formal budget resolution is available as a pdf.
Here’s the resolution’s language related to Homeland Security:
SEC. 602. SENSE OF THE HOUSE ON HOMELAND SECURITY.
It is the sense of the House that because making the country safer and more secure is such a critical priority, the resolution therefore provides robust resources in the four budget functions — Function 400 (Transportation), Function 450 (Community and Regional Development), Function 550 (Health), and Function 750 (Administration of Justice) — that fund most nondefense homeland security activities that can be used to address our key security priorities, including—
(1) safeguarding the Nation’s transportation systems, including rail, mass transit, ports, and airports;
(2) continuing with efforts to identify and to screen for threats bound for the United States;
(3) strengthening border security;
(4) enhancing emergency preparedness and training and equipping first responders;
(5) helping to make critical infrastructure more secure and resilient against the threat of terrorism and natural disasters;
(6) making the Nation’s cyber infrastructure resistive to attack; and
(7) increasing the preparedness of the public health system.
I don’t have time this morning to do the math. I have to go attend to my personal budget (make some money). If you do the math, please send it along to the rest of us using the comment function.
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