R&D Budget Analysis

R&D Budget Analysis

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  • 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...