President Trump's first budget proposes a $54 billion increase in military spending while seeking significant cuts across much of the rest of the federal government, including reductions of more than 20 percent at the departments of Agriculture, Labor and State, and more than 30 percent at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Here's a roundup of stories detailing the budget's impact on some federal agencies.
The plan is certain to be discarded by Republican lawmakers who see many of the president's cuts as too rushed, indiscriminate and reckless.
The president's proposal also eliminates funding for the Essential Air Service, which subsidizes flights to rural airports.
A proposed 12 percent decrease to $11.6 billion would cause pain in the offices that purchase public lands.
Proposal cuts off money for the Clean Power Plan, Energy Star program and infrastructure assistance to Alaska Native villages.
The proposal signals an effort to reshape K-12 schools and the federal role in education.
Years of Internal Revenue Service reductions result in more hassles for taxpayers and fewer audits to catch scofflaws.
The cut to the Earth-science budget almost exclusively targets missions aimed at understanding climate change, including the ocean monitoring program PACE.
Staffing, rural development and international food aid are targets for cuts.