Reston, VA (Vocus) March 19, 2009
INPUT, the authority on government business, today released its economic stimulus guide on the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This in-depth report, Economic Stimulus Agency Report: Department of Homeland Security, provides businesses with a comprehensive view of each DHS stimulus spending initiative, an overview of funding impact, and a look at the President's agenda. The report is available for download at http://www.input.com.
Key findings include:
- DHS received $2.75 billion in appropriations
- $610 million is for 3 grant programs for state & local governments
- Over $1.3 billion will be for technology
- $860 billion will be for construction and improvements on various projects
- Proposed DHS 2010 budget totals to $42.7 billion
- ARRA impact on the department's overall budget is small at just 6%
- Stimulus funding will impact 47,700 jobs
Report Author: Jeremy Potter, senior analyst at INPUT, is available for media inquiries.
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