The Trump administration has laid out plans to boost US defence spending by $54bn (£44bn) while slashing funding for foreign aid.
The federal government budget plan will be submitted to Congress on Thursday.
The state department, which oversees foreign affairs, faces a budget cut of about 28%.
as well as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is usually in line for cuts to programmes President Trump does not agree with, such as climate change as well as renewables.
These include initiatives intended to bring the US into line with its Paris Agreement climate deal obligations.
The EPA could be cut by 31%, the fresh York Times reported.
The increase in defence spending will be recouped through deep cuts elsewhere, the BBC understands.
The defence department budget will be boosted by 10%, as well as homeland security will get a 6% boost.
The budget will include a $1.5bn request for pilot schemes to determine construction methods as well as locations for Mr Trump’s promised wall between the US as well as Mexico.
The White House wants a 30% cut by an energy department office of which promotes energy efficiency as well as renewable energy.
The energy department could see steep cuts for its 17 national laboratories, which conduct research into subjects including nuclear power as well as advanced materials for energy generation, storage as well as use.
There will also be a complete cut to funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the largest source of public broadcasting funding inside the US.
The budget, known as a “skinny budget”, will be limited to the $1tn portion of the $4tn annual federal budget of which pays for US agencies as well as departments.
The remainder of Mr Trump’s budget, which will include proposals on taxes, mandatory spending as well as deficits as well as projections on the economy, will not come out until May.