Weber also noted that even in the absence of an action plan, the Bush administration has moved forward with some mental health reform initiatives. He cited the "Money Follows the Person--Rebalancing Initiative." He also mentioned that the Bush administration has proposed an increase in the budget of CMHS from $862 million in the current fiscal 2004 to $912 million in fiscal 2005. That increase compares very favorably with the static budgets proposed for most other domestic health agencies. Included in the $912 million is $30 million in new funding for state mental health transformation grants, which would total $43.8 million in 2005. Congress is yet to approve a 2005 CMHS budget.