Appropriations for FY2005: Department of Homeland Security [Updated September 20, 2004] [open pdf - 139KB]
"This report describes the FY2005 appropriations for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). It summarizes the President's FY2005 budget request for DHS programs submitted to Congress February 2, 2004, the amounts provided in H.R. 4567 (approved by the House June 18, 2004), and the amounts provided in H.R. 4567 (approved in the Senate on September 14, 2004 in lieu of S. 2537). The report includes tables that compare the FY2004 appropriations for the programs and activities of DHS, the President's FY2005 request, the congressional response to the request. The President's FY2005 Budget requests total appropriations of $32.6 billion for DHS. This represents a 7.7% increase over the FY2004 enacted amount of $30.3 billion. H.R. 4567 and S. 2567 recommend a total appropriation of $33.1 billion representing an increase of $500 million compared to the request, and a 9.2% increase compared to the FY2004 enacted level."
CRS Report for Congress, RL32302