FY 2015 Budget Authority: $39.67 billion
FY 2015 Budget Request: $38.2 billion
FY2014 Enacted level: $39.27 billion
Highlights and Key Points:
The agreement includes a Continuing Resolution until February 27th for agencies within the Homeland Security Subcommittee. The agreement maintains the Fiscal Year 2014 spend rate of $39.270 billion.
Additional provisions in the current CR and carried forward under the new CR:
Previous Homeland Security Bills
Fiscal Year 2014
Administrator Fugate, thank you for joining us this morning to discuss FEMA’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2015. Your tenure has been a busy one, particularly in 2011, which brought a record high 99 Major Disaster Declarations, along with 29 Emergency Declarations and 114 Fire Management Assistance Declarations, also a record level. Since 2011, we have seen an additional 109 Major Declara
Administrator Pistole, thank you for joining us this morning to discuss the Transportation Security Administration’s budget request for fiscal year 2015. Your agency has a uniquely difficult task: broadly securing the transportation sector, including not only aviation, but also rail, mass transit, highways, and pipelines.
Good morning gentlemen. We appreciate your appearing before the subcommittee, and we appreciate your service to the country, particularly during this time of transition for U.S.
Admiral Papp, we are glad to have you before the subcommittee today to discuss the Coast Guard’s budget request for fiscal year 2015. And because this is your last appearance before the subcommittee to testify in support of the Coast Guard’s budget as Commandant, I want to take the opportunity to thank you for your service: to the Coast Guard, the Department of Homeland Security, and the nati
I’d like to thank Chairman Rogers, Judge Carter, and Ranking Member Price for their leadership. This subcommittee values our role in protecting our homeland as well as the bipartisan working relationship we foster to meet this goal.