The Senate has passed a stop-gap spending bill to keep the government funded and avert a shutdown at the end of the week.
The vote was 87 to 11.
It will next go to President Joe Biden to be signed. A White House official said Tuesday that the president is prepared to sign the bill if it passes in the Senate and "maintains current funding levels and has no harmful policy riders."
The two-step plan extends funding until January 19 for priorities including military construction, veterans affairs, transportation, housing and the Energy Department. The rest of the government — anything not covered by the first step — would be funded until February 2.
The proposal does not include additional aid for Israel or Ukraine.