R&D Budget Analysis

R&D Budget Analysis

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  • Late Thursday, July 10, the House of Representatives passed its FY 2015 Energy and Water Appropriations bill ( H.R. 4923 ), which provides funding for the Department of Energy (DOE) and other agencies. The bill passed by a 253-170 vote ; the bill text and associated report can be found here ...
  • Before the July 4th recess, the Senate Appropriations Committee passed its FY 2015 Homeland Security appropriations bill ( S. 2534 ). According to current AAAS estimates, the bill would match the President's request for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) R&D at $876 million, while roughly $...
  • During the House of Representatives' floor proceedings on the FY 2015 Defense appropriations bill ( H.R. 4870 , approved June 20 on a 340-73 vote ), several amendments were introduced and successfully passed to boost or redirect medical research funded through the Defense Health Program . In sum, $...
  • When the House Appropriations Committee approved its FY 2015 Energy and Water bill on a voice vote earlier this week, the final funding numbers called to mind the debates from last year's bill. Like last year, the Committee would levy sizable reductions on many low-carbon energy technology programs...
  • Note: this post has been updated from its original version. Following a voice vote last Wednesday, the House Appropriations Committee sent the FY 2015 Homeland Security funding bill to the full House. According to the Committee, the bill provides 39.2 billion in funding for the Department of...
  • Early this week the House Appropriations Committee approved on a voice vote their FY 2015 Defense appropriations bill, which funds the Department of Defense (DOD). The bill provides $491 billion for DOD, $4.1 billion above FY 2014 and $200 million more than the request. The bill would actually keep...
  • With both House and Senate versions of the FY 2015 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies (THUD) bill in play recently, R&D funding levels for the Department of Transportation (DOT) R&D are showing more similarities than differences, though there are some mild...
  • Last week the Senate Appropriations Committee passed its version of the FY 2015 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (CJS) bill on a 30-0 vote. Per current AAAS estimates, funding in the bill would exceed the President's request — and FY 2014 inflation-adjusted funding levels — for R...
  • On May 30, legislators on the House floor passed the FY 2015 Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies (CJS) appropriations bill with relatively limited change to the funding levels recommended by the Appropriations Committee earlier this month . The CJS bill, which passed by a 321-87 vote ,...