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DoD Received $18.4B for Military Intell Program in FY 2017

Congress allocated $18.4 billion in total funds to the Defense Department‘s Military Intelligence Program for fiscal year 2017.

DoD said Wednesday the total MIP funding includes the base budget and Overseas Contingency Operations appropriations.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence stated Monday its National Intelligence Program received $54.6 billion for FY 2017.

In May, DoD sought $18.5 billion and ODNI requested $54.9 billion in FY 2017 funds for their respective intelligence programs.

Both agencies did not provide additional program details due to national security reasons.

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