R&D Budget Analysis

R&D Budget Analysis

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  • 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 ,...
  • With controversy gripping the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) , one area that has proved uncontroversial is VA research funding. The Administration had sought to keep the VA R&D budget essentially flat from FY 2014 levels at $1.2 billion, though inflation would mean in reality about a 1.3...
  • Yesterday the House Appropriations Committee approved its FY 2015 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies (THUD) appropriations bill on a 28-21 vote. According to the Committee, the bill provides $52 billion, $1.2 billion above FY 2014 and $7.8 billion below the...
  • Below you'll collected updates on R&D funding in the FY 2015 Congressional appropriations cycle. For FY 2014 coverage, click here . CURRENT R&D SCORECARD (December 17, 2014) We currently estimate $136.7 billion in R&D funding in the FY 2015 omnibus. GENERAL UPDATES A Look at R&D...
  • Yesterday the House Appropriations Committee passed on a voice vote the FY 2015 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies (CJS) appropriations bill. The bill ( PDF ) provides funding for multiple agencies; on the R&D front, it includes the National Science Foundation (NSF), NASA, and the...
  • Note: All tables below are image files. Data are available in different formats on request. OVERVIEW TABLES Table I-1. FY 2015 Budget by Agency Table I-2. Distribution of the FY 2015 Budget Table I-3. Historical Trends in R&D and Federal Outlays Table I-4. Major Functional Categories of R&D...
  • Below you will find the complete contents of AAAS Report XXXIX: Research and Development FY 2015 , the latest edition in a long-running annual series of reports reviewing R&D funding proposals in the President's budget. The report is a collective product of the Intersociety Working Group,...
  • With federal research budgets losing ground to both inflation and a squeeze on discretionary spending, a veteran lawmaker appealed for Congress to reverse the trend for the benefit of future generations. "For their sake, we should be investing," Rep. Rush Holt (D-N.J.) said at a 4 April AAAS...