Congress Says No to More Security

Congress Says No to More Security

Agency RequestResponse
Office of Personnel Management
$18 million requested for
information assurance personnel
Funding to be determined
$50 million requested for a
computer security research institute
Funding denied
$5 million requested for a
computer security expert review team
Funding denied
$7 million requested for
public-key infrastructure
$3.5 million appropriated
$15 million requested for
intrusion detection and response
$8 million appropriated
Source: Government Electronic and Information Technology Association

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