U.S. budget request 2013 - change in spending by department

This graph shows the change in discretionary spending according to the budget request of the U.S. government for fiscal year 2013. Discretionary spending is a spending category through which governments can spend through an appropriations act. This spending is optional as part of fiscal policy, in contrast to entitlement programs for which funding is mandatory. Spending of the Department of Defense will be cut by 5 percent.

Change in discretionary spending according to the budget request of the U.S. government for fiscal year 2013 for selected departments

Change from discretionary spending 2012
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Release date

February 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

2012

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