R&D Budget Analysis

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  • Shutdown Ended, Debt Ceiling Avoided as Next Round of Negotiations Await

    Late last night the House of Representatives approved the deal , passed by the Senate earlier in the day, to end the shutdown and avoid a breach in the debt ceiling. The deal establishes a continuing resolution (CR) to keep government open until January 15, and raises the debt ceiling until...
  • Historical R&D Data

    Providing timely, comprehensive, and independent analyses of federal research & development funding trends since 1976.

    Below you'll find sets of tables and charts on federal funding for R&D. Much of the data contained in the below sections have been generated by AAAS, through analyses of the President's annual budget and Congressional appropriations, while other data is from other sources like the Organisation...
  • About Us

    Providing timely, comprehensive, and independent analyses of federal research & development funding trends since 1976.

    Since 1976, the AAAS R&D Budget and Policy Program has served as a leading source of analysis on funding and policy issues affecting federal support for research and development (R&D). Each year we sift through the President's budget, monitor ongoing Congressional debates, and keep an eye...
  • R&D Magazine, Battelle, Release 2014 R&D Outlook

    The highly-regarded annual report , issued Monday, assesses recent trends and future projections of global R&D across multiple industries. According to the report, while the U.S. will remain the clear global leader in R&D investment, even though economic conditions will likely suppress...
  • OSTP and OMB Release FY 2015 R&D Priorities Memo

    Last month the White House Office of Management & Budget (OMB) and the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) sent their annual budget guidance memo (PDF) on science and technology issues to the heads of executive branch departments and agencies. The memo describes the Administration's...
  • FY 2014 Appropriations So Far: A Roundup

    With the Congressional session resuming next week, we’ve put together an overview of where appropriations stand so far, with an agency-by-agency summary for the largest federal R&D funders including a full set of charts and graphs. The full recap can be downloaded here (PDF). Overview. Early on...
  • R&D in FY 2014 Appropriations

    Providing timely, comprehensive, and independent analyses of federal research & development funding trends since 1976.

    Below you'll find a collection of updates relevant to FY 2014 appropriations. The Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 Initial Overview | Full Assessment Department of Agriculture Department of Defense Department of Energy Department of Homeland Security National Aeronautics and Space...
  • Funding Provisions in the House Democrats' America COMPETES Proposal

    Democrats on the House Science, Space and Technology Committee recently released a discussion draft of the 2013 America COMPETES Act reauthorization (also see an interview by Science Insider with Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson of Texas, the ranking committee member). Congress has passed the America...
  • Congress Remains Deeply Divided on FY 2014 Spending

    The House and Senate remain far apart on energy and environment spending as Congress reconvenes this month. [AAAS R&D Budget and Policy Program] As part of the broader chasm separating the two parties on federal spending and R&D, the House of Representatives is backing particularly...