“… DHS, lawmakers allocated CISA $322.8 million for “procurement, construction, and improvements.”
“To get the oil out of that field, you have to start boring some holes, first in the continuous diagnostics and mitigation (CDM) program. CDM received two funding allocations: The first is for deployment of capabilities where DHS received a total of $115.8 million, which is $3.7 million more than the Trump administration requested and $13 million more than CDM received in 2018.”
“But that’s a minor gusher compared to the money DHS received for the procurement of tools. Congress allocated $160 million for DHS to buy agencies new tools under CDM, which is $34.4 million more than the White House requested, but almost $87 million less than what the program received in…” Read the full article here.
Source: Cyber gushes from 2019 spending bill, if you know where to drill – By Jason Miller, February 25, 2019. Federal News Network.