This graph shows the amount of money spent on departments of the United States government in millions of dollars, from beginning in 1962. The graph shows estimates from 2014 through 2019.
To compare spending, click check mark next to agencies in the left menu.
The image below shows spending on the Department of Defense for Military Programs compared with spending on the Department of Education. To see more, click on the graph to open a new window.
The data are from The White House and were downloaded in February 2015 by Sara Sanders. Some data from the White House are excluded in this visualization due to software limitations. Agency data not included are Social Security (On- and Off-Budget), Other Independent Agencies (On- and Off-Budget), Allowances, and Undistributed Offsetting Receipts (On- and Off-Budget). Data are also not included for the year value “TQ.”
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