FY 2012 Appropriations for Department of Defense Science and Technology Programs

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Publication date: 
23 December 2011
Number: 
154

Congress  and the President have agreed on a final FY 2012 appropriations bill.  H.R. 2055 combines nine funding bills, and is  accompanied by House Report 112-331.  This 1,385 page report contains the bill  language and a second section with the appropriators’ recommendations. See page  671 for the funding levels for various defense science and technology programs  and report language on specific programs.

Total 6.1 Basic Research

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $1,814.7 million    
The FY 2012 request was $2,078.5  million  
The FY 2012 appropriation is $2,116.5  million, an increase of $301.8 million or 16.6 percent

Total 6.2 Applied Research

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $4,984.1 million 
The FY 2012 request was $4,687.3  million    
The FY 2012 appropriation is $4,748.4  million, a decrease of $235.7 million or 4.7 percent

Total 6.3 Advanced Technology  Research

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $6,506.9 million.   
The FY 2012 request was $5,481.2  million  
The FY 2012 appropriation is $5,573.3  million, a decrease of $933.6 million or 14.3 percent

 

Total Army 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $3,108.0 million    
The FY 2012 request was $2,283.0  million    
The FY 2012 appropriation is $2,529.8  million, a decrease of $578.2 million or 18.6 percent

Total Navy 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $2,113.5 million    
The FY 2012 request was $2,009.4  million    
The FY 2012 appropriation is $2,122.3  million, an increase of $8.8 million or 0.4 percent

Total Air Force 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $2,440.8 million    
The FY 2012 request was $2,286.2  million    
The FY 2012 appropriation is $2,378.7  million, a decrease of $62.1 million or 2.5 percent

Total Defense-Wide 6.1, 6.2, and 6.3  (DARPA,etc.)

The FY 2010 appropriation was  $5,643.6 million    
The FY 2012 request was $5,668.4  million    
The FY 2012 appropriation is $5,407.4  million, a decrease of $236.2 million or 4.2 percent

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