President-elect Donald Trump is aiming to slash government spending across the board, with numerous public services in the crosshairs, according to staffers on his transition team who spoke to The Hill on Thursday.

The proposals, The Hill‘s Alexander Bolton writes, “are dramatic.”

The departments of Justice, State, Energy, Transportation, and Commerce are all targeted for massive budget cuts, with some programs under their jurisdiction slated entirely for elimination. Certain projects overseen by the Commerce and Energy agencies would also be transferred to other bureaus.

Meanwhile, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting—which funds, among other things, National Public Radio (NPR) and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)—would be privatized.

The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities would be eliminated entirely.

Bolton reports:

“The federal investment in public media is vital seed money—especially for stations located in rural America, and those serving underserved populations,” the Corporation for Public Broadcasting said in an email to Common Dreams. “The loss of this seed money would have a devastating effect.”

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