NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — New York City will receive $181 million from the Department of Homeland Security’s $1.6 billion budget.

Speaking Thursday at NYPD headquarters, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said that homeland security is becoming a matter of hometown security.

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The terrorist threat is more decentralized, more diffused, more complicated,” he told reporters, including WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond. “It involves the potential lone-wolf actor.”

The funds were held up in Congress as Republicans unsuccessfully fought to overturn President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration by linking them to funding for Homeland Security.

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“It is my hope that going forward dangerous partisan games never again jeopardize resources,” Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y., said at Thursday’s news conference.

New York City has steadily seen its share increase as Homeland Security has cut the number of areas receiving security dollars.

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In addition to the money going to the city, New York state is receiving $76 million. Newark was awarded $20 million, and the state of New Jersey is getting $8 million.