Civilian CFO agency cyber security spending of the U.S. government FY 2017 (in million U.S. dollars)

U.S. government: cyber security spending of selected departments 2017 This graph shows the annual civilian cyber security spending of the selected departments of the U.S. government during the fiscal year 2017. In the most recently reported period, the Treasury Department spent 458.35 million U.S. dollars on relevant security investments. Total FY 2017 civilian CFO Agency cyber security spending amounted to 5,6 billion U.S. dollars.
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Spending in billion U.S. dollars
DHS1,614.28
Justice735.03
Treasury458.35
VA385.81
Energy370.61
HHS319.66
Commerce273.77
State254.3
NSF182.74
SSA156.28
NASA148.42
DOT140.15
USDA114.65
Interior84.04
Labor83.41
ED74.11
GSA65.87
OPM37.56
USAID36.48
EPA25.14
NRC22.68
SBA19.5
HUD15.22
Spending in billion U.S. dollars
DHS1,614.28
Justice735.03
Treasury458.35
VA385.81
Energy370.61
HHS319.66
Commerce273.77
State254.3
NSF182.74
SSA156.28
NASA148.42
DOT140.15
USDA114.65
Interior84.04
Labor83.41
ED74.11
GSA65.87
OPM37.56
USAID36.48
EPA25.14
NRC22.68
SBA19.5
HUD15.22
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This graph shows the annual civilian cyber security spending of the selected departments of the U.S. government during the fiscal year 2017. In the most recently reported period, the Treasury Department spent 458.35 million U.S. dollars on relevant security investments. Total FY 2017 civilian CFO Agency cyber security spending amounted to 5,6 billion U.S. dollars.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
United States
Survey time period
Fiscal year 2017
Supplementary notes
The Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) is United States legislation that defines a comprehensive framework to protect government information, operations and assets against natural or man-made threats.

CFO Act agencies are those agencies designated in the CFO Act (with the addition of DHS and minus the Federal Emergency Management Agency). In practice, the CFO Act agencies are the 24 largest Federal agencies in terms of budget; the 23 civilian CFO Act agencies are the CFO Act agencies minus the Department of Defense.

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