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DoD: Total Appropriations for Military Intell Program Hit $18B in FY 2016

BudgetThe Defense Department has said that total appropriations for the Military Intelligence Program for fiscal year 2016 reached $17.7 billion.

DoD said Friday the total budget for MIP includes the base budget and funds for overseas contingency operations.

The FY 2016 appropriated figure is approximately $1 billion higher than the $16.8 billion budget that DoD requested for the program for FY 2017.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence said in a separate release that Congress allocated $53 billion in total funds to the National Intelligence Program during FY 2016.

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