FY22 Agreement Reached, Omnibus Appropriations Legislation Filed

Spending Package Includes Ukraine Aid, Increased Defense Funding, Long-standing Legacy Riders

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Fiscal Year 2022 (FY22) omnibus appropriations package containing all 12 appropriations measures was filed today in the U.S. House of Representatives.  In addition to the annual funding bills, the legislation includes approximately $14 billion in emergency funding to support humanitarian, security, and economic assistance for Ukraine and our Central European partners following the Russian invasion, as well as emergency COVID resources.  The Senate and House are expected to vote on the package this week prior to the government funding deadline of March 11.  Senate Appropriations Committee Vice Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) issued the following statement regarding the legislation:


“After many months of work, in close cooperation with Chairman Leahy, we have reached an agreement to fund the government for the remainder of the current fiscal year.  Throughout this process, I have insisted upon dollar-for-dollar parity for defense and non-defense increases, preservation of long-standing legacy riders, and the exclusion of partisan poison pills.  I am pleased that we have achieved all three goals.  The bill includes a $42 billion increase in defense spending, provides robust funding for border security, and preserves policies that protect life.  It also provides critically needed emergency assistance for our allies that are resisting Russian aggression in Ukraine without decreasing base defense funding by a single dollar.  The Omnibus rejects liberal policies and effectively addresses Republican priorities.  The House and Senate should act quickly and send it to the President.”


The following are links to the legislative text, explanatory statement, and highlights for each of the FY22 funding measures:


Bill Text


Joint Explanatory Statement

Front Matter

Division A

Division B

Division C Part 1

Division C Part 2

Division D

Division E

Division F

Division G

Division H Part 1

Division H Part 2

Division I

Division J

Division K

Division L



Full Package Summary


Ukraine Supplemental


Defense, 2022


Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies, 2022


Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies, 2022


Energy and Water Development, 2022


Financial Services and General Government, 2022


Homeland Security, 2022


Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies, 2022


Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, 2022


Legislative Branch, 2022


Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies, 2022


State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs, 2022


Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, 2022


COVID Supplemental