Biden signs a $1.7 trillion spending bill to fund the government through September.
Bill passed by House 225 to 201 and Senate 68 to 29.
Domestic initiatives see a 6% increase in funding, and defense programs receive a 10% increase.
$45 billion was allocated for Ukraine and NATO allies, more than Biden requested.
House Republicans opposed spending and argued the money should be used on US priorities.
Bill includes $40 billion in emergency spending for disaster-stricken communities.
Policy changes include easier student loan bankruptcy discharge and an extended Paycheck Protection Program.
Bill also allows small craft breweries to sell beer to go, extending a temporary ban on internet taxes.