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Congress Asks DoD to Detail Cyber Budget

BudgetDefense Department officials have been asked by members of Congress to provide more details on the military’s budget for its cyber and special operations, the Federal Times reported Wednesday.

Marcus Weisgerber writes the House and Senate appropriations committees want more information in order to form a budget for the Special Operations Command’s maintenance and operations work from fiscal year 2015 and Cyber Command operations from fiscal 2016.

The request was indicated in a report attached to the 2014 federal spending bill.

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