R&D Budget Analysis

R&D Budget Analysis

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  • Today, House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan (R-WI) unveiled the committee's proposed budget resolution for FY 2015 (see also coverage from U SA Today ). Typically, the budget resolution provides an overall spending framework for appropriations, in the form of a binding discretionary spending...
  • Note: the numbers below are current AAAS estimates of R&D in the budget, and represent some updates from earlier OSTP figures . The most recent and final update to this post was April 24. Officially released March 4, the President's budget makes clear the challenges currently posed by the...
  • Join Matt Hourihan, Director of the R&D Budget and Policy Program as he presents the upcoming AAAS Budget Report for FY 2015. The Caucus provides a primary point of contact for R&D advocacy groups and serves as an educational forum for a wide range of issues of interest to the research and...
  • Both the majority Republicans and the minority Democrats have recently introduced bills to reauthorize the America COMPETES Act, which affects some key science and innovation agencies and federal investments in STEM education. COMPETES has been passed by Congress twice before, in 2007 and 2010, but...
  • The President's FY 15 budget request to Congress is now available for download via the Office of Management and Budget. Agencies have also begun releasing budget information, but detailed justifications are still to be issued for most. AAAS will continue to provide updates. Some basic facts about...
  • From left, John Holdren; Patricia Falcone; Cora Marrett, NSF Acting Director; Kathy Hudson, NIH Deputy Director for Science, Outreach and Policy; Catherine Woteki, USDA Undersecretary for Research, Education and Economics | AAAS/Carla Schaffer U.S. President Barack Obama's proposed Fiscal Year (FY...
  • Recent reports have indicated that President Obama's FY 2015 budget request, due next week, will again propose spending levels above allowed limits established by Congress. The current FY 2015 discretionary cap stands at $1.014 trillion, only slightly above FY 2014 levels. The Administration will...
  • While a significant "peace dividend" has accumulated since the late 1960s due to declining or flat defense spending, the advantages of that dividend have largely bypassed investment in science, infrastructure, and education, according to a new analysis by Matt Hourihan, director of the AAAS R&D...
  • This page serves as a hub for links and coverage of the President's FY 2015 budget request as it relates to science and innovation funding. For prior years, go here . AAAS Coverage The President’s Opportunity, Growth, and Security Initiative: What’s In It? (April 9) President's R&D Budget:...