Defense

+$52.3B

 

Funding boost would beef up the fight against ISIS and address insufficient weapons stocks, personnel gaps, cyber vulnerabilities.

veterans affairs

+$4.4B

 

Medical care would be strengthened at 1,200 facilities. Fulfilling a Trump campaign promise, veterans could seek care from private doctors.

Homeland security

+$2.8B

 

Proposal includes $2.6 billion to start building the Mexican border wall. Extra money would go to jailing, deporting illegal immigrants.

health & human services

-$15.1B

 

The biggest cuts would hit the National Institutes of Health. Heating bill aid for low-income Americans would be eliminated.

state dept.

-$10.9B

 

Payments to the United Nations, its climate change programs and the World Bank would be cut. The plan retains $3.1 billion in aid to Israel.

education

-$9.2B

 

Funding for teacher preparation and after-school programs would be reduced, while spending on school choice programs would increase.

HUD

-$6.2B

 

Some grants for local improvement efforts, Meals on Wheels would end. Money to promote lead-safe low-income housing would increase.

agriculture

-$4.7B

 

There would be cuts in national forest land acquisition, rural water infrastructure and some international food aid programs.

EPA

-$2.6B

 

A 31 percent slash in spending would eliminate many environmental protection programs. More than 3,000 workers would be fired.