May 13, 2021
House Homeland Chair Thompson offers support for DHS budget plan, highlights cyber funding
The Biden administration’s new federal spending outline for fiscal 2022 is drawing support from House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), who singled out pieces on cybersecurity, technology development and other elements, as well as from other key lawmakers focused on cyber issues.
President Biden today released a summary of his fiscal 2022 budget request for agencies including the Department of Homeland Security. The request includes “$2.1 billion, a $110 million increase from the 2021 enacted level, for the...