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Everything You Need to Know About the $2.7 Billion Increase in the U.S. Intelligence Budget for FY19

Everything You Need to Know About the $2.7 Billion Increase in the U.S. Intelligence Budget for FY19

Ahead of the summit, we took a look at the $2.7 billion increase in the U.S. intelligence budget for FY19. The intelligence budget provides for the National Intelligence Program and the Military Intelligence Program. Download this infographic for a complete breakdown of spending!

The Department of Defense (DoD) released the Military Intelligence Program (MIP) top line FY19 budget request back in late February 2018, totaling $21.2 billion.[1] This total is a $2.2 billion increase from FY18 and includes both the base budget and Overseas Contingency Operations funding. No additional MIP budget figures will be released as they are classified. The DoD also released the aggregate amount of appropriations requested for the FY19 National Intelligence Program (NIP) back in late February 2018, totaling $59.9 billion. This total is a $0.5 billion increase from FY18 and also includes funding requested to support Overseas Contingency Operations.[2]


Intelligence Analytics 2019 - Current Attendee List

Intelligence Analytics 2019 - Current Attendee List

Take a look at the industry professionals that will be attending this year's Intelligence Analytics Summit. Don’t miss your opportunity to meet face-to-face with these decision-makers.