Facebook Icon   Linkedin Icon   Twitter Icon   YouTube Icon



Homeland Security Articles

House Proposes To Double Cyber Command Budget

By ACFEI Staff2, CHS-III      ( 0 ) Comments   |   Published On Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

House Proposes To Double Cyber Command Budget

On Tuesday January 14th The House of Representatives passed a 2014 Defense Appropriations bill to the tune of $486.9 billion. Included in the appropriations bill was $447

million for Cyber Command, $157 million for Sexual Assault Prevention and Response programs, and an additional $25 million to expand the Sexual Assault Victims’ Counsel

program to all the military services. Last year cyber command received $191 million. The bill also provides a 1% raise for the military.

For the original sources:

http://appropriations.house.gov/uploadedfiles/01.13.14_fy_2014_omnibus_-_defense_-_summary.pdf

http://www.defense.gov/home/features/2013/0713_cyberdomain/docs/Alexander%20testimony%20March%202013.pdf

Comments

/images/commentBtn.gif
 

There are currently no comments for this article. Click here to create one.

 







Copyright © 2014 American Board for Certification in Homeland Security, CHS®. All Rights Reserved.
2750 East Sunshine St. Springfield, MO 65804   -  1 (877) 219-2519