But in all the 2016 funding bills taken up the House Appropriations. The administration also pointed out severe cuts to HUD IT spending. The House bill would provide only $100 million in funding.
Originally, the administration released a budget that would cut the department’s funding to $39.2 billion, bringing the total cuts over the past two years to $8.8 billion or 18.3%. However, early Friday morning, Trump signed a massive spending bill that reopened the government from its second shutdown this year.
Earlier today, the House Transportation-Housing and Urban Development (THUD) Appropriations Subcommittee held its mark-up of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 THUD funding bill.The bill provides $55.3 billion in discretionary spending for transportation and housing programs, but falls .5 billion short of what HUD says it needs just to maintain current programs in FY 2016 and is $9.7 billion less.
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The bill would also eliminate all funding for the Department of Energy, International Assistance Programs, and makes cuts in other agencies, including the Department of Agriculture as well as the Department of Education.
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The bill provides $2.4 billion less than the Senate Appropriations Committee-reported FY 2015 T-HUD bill, with approximately $1 billion less for HUD programs. The bill would provide $700 million for the HOME program, a $300 million, or 30 percent, cut from the FY 2014 funding level of $1 billion and $250 million less than the Senate bill and.
While Trump’s budget cut funding for the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) by 18.3 percent and eliminated popular community development block grant programs in their entirety, the Congressional deal gives HUD $4.6 billion in additional funding compared to fiscal year 2017 levels.
FY 2017 T-HUD Funding Bill: In Depth On April 21, the Senate Appropriations Committee for Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) approved a $56.5 billion FY 2017 Appropriations Bill, representing an $800 million cut from FY 2016.