The bill provides:
-$10.214 billion for the Coast Guard, $89 million below last fiscal year's funding level;
-$7.23 billion for Transportation Security Administration (TSA), $131 million below last year's funding level;
-$125 million for the Office of Health Affairs, $2 million below last fiscal year's fudging level;
-"A total of $26 million, $5 million above fiscal year 2014, is provided to strengthen the [DHS]'s ability to safeguard and share classified information with its federal, state and local partners, and to help deter the unauthorized release of such information";
-$12.567 billion for Customs and Border Protection (CBP), $480 million above last fiscal year;
-Of the $1.213 billion recommended for the National Protection and Programs Directorate’s Infrastructure Protection and Information Security Program, the bill provides a total of $757 million for cybersecurity protection of federal networks and incident response, $35 million below fiscal year 2014. Included within this amount is:
- $378 million for intrusion detection on civilian federal networks;
- $141 million to build on a new monitoring and diagnostics program that began in 2013 to better protect civilian federal networks through real time analysis of day-to-day activity; and
- $15.8 million for cybersecurity education to train future cyber professionals.
-$1.635 billion for the Secret Service;
-$7.033 billion for the Disaster Relief Fund;
-$936 million for FEMA salaries and expenses, $11.3 million below last fiscal year;
-$1.5 billion for state and local preparedness grants programs:
The bill also provides funding for the following programs:
- $340 million each for the Fire Equipment Grant program and the Firefighter Hiring Grant program, $680 million total.
- $350 million for Emergency Management Performance Grants;
- $25 million for Predisaster Mitigation Grants;
- $100 million for Flood Mapping and Risk Analysis;
- $44 million for the United States Fire Administration; and
- $100 million for the Emergency Food and Shelter Program.