The U.S. Department of Labor would see an overall funding increase of about 14% for fiscal 2022 as part of a $1.5 trillion government spending package (H.R. 2471) slated for a U.S. House vote Wednesday.
See funding table here.
The Labor Department would see a total of $14.4 billion, up from the fiscal 2021 funding level of $12.5 billion.
Spending at a Glance
The spending framework proposed increases in most labor-focused agencies, specifically setting aside funding to support registered apprenticeships among other workforce training opportunities.
The Labor Department’s Employment and Training Administration is slated for the largest chunk of ...