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Office of Budget

Annual Budget Submission

  Covers of the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Submission Volumes

President’s Budget Request
Fiscal Year 2015

The President’s vision for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is to transform VA into a 21st Century organization that is Veteran-centric, results-driven, and

The President’s 2015 Budget includes $163.9 billion for VA in 2015.  This includes $68.3 billion in discretionary resources and $95.6 billion in mandatory funding.  Our discretionary budget request represents an increase of $2.0 billion, or 3.0 percent, over the 2014 enacted level.

VA’s 2015 budget provides the resources necessary to meet its priority goals to increase Veteran access to benefits and services, eliminate the disability claims backlog, and end Veteran homelessness.  The Budget will help ensure that Veterans, their families, and survivors receive the highest quality benefits and services we can provide and which they earned through their sacrifice and service to our Nation.

Current Fiscal Year Budget Submission

VA’s budget is detailed in four volumes:

  • Volume I Summary
  • Volume II Medical Programs and Information Technology Programs
  • Volume III Benefits and Burial Programs and Departmental Administration
  • Volume IV Construction, Long Range Capital Plan and Appendix

Previous Fiscal Years (FY) Budget Submissions Archives

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