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Congress Lays Out Tech Funding in Spending Bills, Focuses on Supply Chain Threats

The Senate Appropriations subcommittees forwarded a smorgasboard of funding bills to the full committee last week. Here’s a rundown.

The Homeland Security Department would receive an $86 million boost in cybersecurity money over the Trump administration’s request.

The $1.1 billion cybersecurity appropriation includes $406 million for a collection of intrusion detection and prevention systems known as Einstein, and a $47 million boost over the administration’s request for Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation, or CDM, a suite of vetted cybersecurity tools and services that Homeland Security offers across the government.

Read more at Nextgov

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