President Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget request will be sent to Congress a week later than anticipated due to time lost during the recent government shutdown, according to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).

“The shutdown came at a very critical time and therefore we have to slip to at least the 12th [of February],” OMB spokesman John Czwartacki told POLITICO.

The annual budget and economic outlook report is typically released in January, but the chairmen of the House and Senate budget committees has requested that the economic outlook report reflect changes in tax law enacted late last year.

Trump will preview his budget request in his first State of the Union address on Jan. 30, which will likely touch on immigration (and funding for the wall he wants constructed along the U.S.-Mexico border) and infrastructure, which the White House has emphasized as a priority and a possible area for bipartisanship.