From The Hill:

Cybersecurity funding got a near $1 billion increase in the White House’s fiscal 2016 budget. The administration’s proposal earmarks $14 billion to support governmentwide efforts to defend the country against cyberattacks. For the past several years, White House budgets have kept cyber spending around $13 billion. The 2016 budget also sets aside $105 million for 25 agencies to establish or enhance a digital service team, an initiative meant to bring tech sector expertise to agencies’ information technology, including cybersecurity.