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Civilian Intel Funds Up in FY 2011, Military Intel Funds Down

U.S. civilian intelligence agencies received $54.6 billion in funds for fiscal year 2011, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said Friday.

ODNI’s funding for fiscal 2011 was $1.5 billion, or 2.8 percent, greater than the $53.1 billion appropriated in fiscal 2010, according to a Bloomberg report. In February, ODNI requested $55 billion for fiscal 2012.

ODNI’s figures do not include funds set aside for the military’s intelligence programs.

Separately, the Defense Department released its top-line figures for the military’s intelligence program Friday. The Pentagon said $24 billion was appropriated for military intelligence in fiscal 2011.

The military’s intelligence program took a $3 billion cut compared its fiscal 2010 funds, according to Bloomberg’s report.

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