Requests for $11.2 billion for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a 21% increase over FY 2021.
- $5.1 billion of the request for the State and Tribal Assistance Grants Program.
- $1.2 billion in categorical grants will aid EPA partners in operating their environmental programs.
- $321.5 million for state and local air-quality management grants, a 40% increase.
- $3.2 billion for the Clean and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds, a $460 million increase from current levels.
$882 million for the Superfund Remedial program to aid cleanup of contaminated land, to reduce toxic substance and greenhouse gas emissions from existing and abandoned infrastructure, and to respond to environmental emergencies and natural disasters.
$1.8 billion for the climate crisis, with half of it going to the agency’s Accelerating Environmental and Economic Justice Initiative.
$4 billion, a decrease of $100 million from FY 2021, for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, detention and removal operations, including transport of unaccompanied minors.
$1.69 billion, an increase of $30 million over FY 2021, for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
$3.3 billion, an increase of $10 million over FY 2021, for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grants, contracts and other cooperative agreements.
- $595 million, a decrease of $15 million from FY 2021, for the State Homeland Security Grant Program.
- $690 million, a decrease of $15 million from FY 2021, for the Urban Area Security Initiative.
- $355 million for emergency management performance grants (no FY 2021 level given in budget request).
$19.2 billion, an increase of $2.1 billion over FY 2021, for the FEMA Disaster Relief Fund.
$460 million, an increase of $343 million over FY 2021, for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Agency.
Health and Human Services
Requests $131.8 billion in discretionary budget authority and $1.5 trillion in mandatory funding for the Department of Health and Human Services, an increase of $25 billion over FY 2021. Funding for health initiatives, including expanding access to mental health care; promoting health equity for American Indians and Alaska Natives; addressing racial disparities in health care overall; and investing in the fight to end the opioid epidemic and HIV/AIDS.
- $4.3 billion for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
- $9 billion to the National Institutes of Health, with $6.5 billion to build the Advanced Research Projects Agency, a new program housed within the NIH to accelerate the availability of medical advances.
- $8.7 billion for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including $400 million to support public health infrastructure improvements at the local, state, territorial and federal levels.
- $823 million to the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, which helps develop countermeasures to fight emerging diseases and finances technologies, drugs and devices to be used during a public health emergency.
- $400 billion for an expansion of the Medicaid program, including pay and benefits for community-based and home health care workers.
- Almost $1 billion for the Public Health Emergency Fund.
- $2.2 billion for the Indian Health Service.
- $6.5 billion for the Food and Drug Administration, including an increase on maximum fees for certificates companies use to export their products to other countries.
- $200 million to implement implicit bias training for health care providers to help address disparities in care for rural and minority women.
- $3 billion for programs to help reduce maternal mortality.
- $11.9 billion for Head Start, a $1.2 billion increase.
- $450 million in Preschool Development Grants.
- $275 million for Child Welfare Services.
- $754 million for the Community Services Block Grant.
- $7.4 billion for the Child Care and Development Block Grant.
- $3.9 billion for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance program.