DOJ Asks For Modest Bump In 2015 To Tackle Long To-Do List

Law360, Washington (March 4, 2014, 2:58 PM EST) -- President Barack Obama's proposed 2015 budget released Tuesday would provide $27.4 billion for the U.S. Department of Justice, a slight uptick from its enacted 2014 funding, with financial fraud funding held steady and national security and cybersecurity efforts receiving funding boosts, among other priorities.

Under the White House budget request, the DOJ would receive $122 million more than its fiscal year 2014 enacted budget, with its funding allocated from out of a $1.014 trillion total budget, in keeping with the spending cap agreed to by lawmakers in...
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