Federal Science Budget Tracker - FY 2022

 

The Federal Science Budget Tracker provides up-to-date information on appropriations proposals and outcomes for physical sciences programs.


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The tabs on this page contain tables, figures, and links to resources detailing federal spending proposals and outcomes for agencies that support the physical sciences. The tabs are updated as new spending proposals and other information become available. Each agency tab has the following information:

FYI Bulletins: For each agency in the budget tracker, FYI writes articles that describe the president's budget request, compare the House and Senate spending proposals, and analyze the final appropriations legislation. Links are provided to each article in the series.

Appropriation tables: Summary tables with budget figures for major subprograms are included for each agency. More detailed tables are included for selected agencies.

Budget comparison figures: Bar graphs depicting the president’s request, House and Senate proposals, and final appropriations are included for each agency. These graphs are periodically updated as the budget process progresses.

Reference material: Links are provided to key budget documents, committee hearings, markups, and administration statements.

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Tracker last updated: April 10, 2021

Budget Request

Reference Material

 

Budget Request Documents Year
Overall Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
DOE Office of Science FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
DOE Applied Energy Offices FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
National Nuclear Security Administration FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
NASA FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
National Science Foundation FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Department of Defense RDT&E FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
National Institute of Standards and Technology FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
National Institutes of Health FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
U.S. Geological Survey FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

COVID-19

COVID-19 Response/Recovery Appropriations and Proposals for Selected Science Agencies
($ millions)
Account H.R.6074
(enacted)
CARES Act
(enacted)
H.R.266
(enacted)
FY21 Omnibus
(enacted)
American Rescue Plan
(enacted)
RISE Act
NIH 836 945 *1,806 1,250 *** 10,000
CDC 2,200 4,300 *1,000 8,750 11,500 -
BARDA **2,000 3,500 *1,000 20,000 *** -
DOE - 128 - - - 5,000
DOD RDT&E - 415 - - - 3,000
NSF - 76 - - 600 3,000
NASA - 60 - - - 2,000
NIST - 66 - - 150 150
NOAA - 20 - - - 300
USGS - - - - - 300
EPA S&T - 2 - - - 200

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million.

* "Not less than"

** Bill includes "more than" $2 billion for BARDA, according to the House Appropriations Committee.

*** The bill does not specifically allocate funds for NIH and BARDA, though the agencies could ultimately receive funds provided to other agencies.

 

COVID-19 Response/Recovery Appropriations and Proposals, DOE/NIH Details
($ millions)
Account H.R.6074
(enacted)
CARES Act
(enacted)
H.R.266
(enacted)
FY21 Omnibus
(enacted)
American Rescue Plan
(enacted)
RISE Act
DOE Total - 128 - - - 5,000
Office of Science - 100 - - - 3,000
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy - - - - - 900
Electricity - - - - - 100
Nuclear Energy - - - - - 450
Fossil Energy - - - - - 300
ARPA-E - - - - - 150
Departmental Administration - 28 - - - -
NIH Total 836 945 *1,806 1,250 **- 10,000
Office of the Director - 30 *1,000 1,250 - -
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases 836 706 - - - -
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute - 103 - - - -
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering - 60 *500 - - -
National Cancer Institute - - *306 - - -
National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences - 36 - - - -
National Library of Medicine - 10 - - - -
National Institute of Mental Health - - - - - -
National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases - - - - - -
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - - - - - -
National Institute on Minority Health Disparities - - - - - -

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million.

* "Not less than"

** The bill does not specifically allocate funds for NIH, though the agencies could ultimately receive funds provided to other agencies.

 

Unenacted COVID-19 Response/Recovery Proposals from Previous Congress
($ millions)
Account HEROES Act HEROES Act 2.0 RISE Act H.R.7617 HEALS Act
NIH 4,721 4,721 10,000 5,000 15,538
CDC 2,130 13,700 - 9,000 3,400
BARDA 3,500 21,000 - 4,500 20,000
DOE - 144 5,000 23,500 307
DOD RDT&E - 530 3,000 - 22
NSF 125 2,887 3,000 - -
NASA - - 2,000 - 1,500
NIST - 70 300 - -
NOAA 101 392 350 - 20
USGS 40 - 300 - -
EPA S&T - - 200 - -

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million.

 

DOE Office of Science

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 DOE Office of Science Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Office of Science 7,000 7,026  7,400 5%            
Advanced Scientific Computing Research 980 1,015                
Line Item Construction 189 169                
All Other Accounts 791 846                
Basic Energy Sciences 2,213 2,245                
Line Item Construction 360 389                
All Other Accounts 1,853 1,856                
Fusion Energy Sciences 671 672                
Line Item Construction 257 257                
All Other Accounts 414 415                
High Energy Physics 1,045 1,046                
Line Item Construction 231 252                
All Other Accounts 814 794                
Nuclear Physics 713 713                
Line Item Construction 53 22                
All Other Accounts 660                
Biological and Environmental Research 750 753                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

 

FY22 DOE Office of Science Appropriations, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Advanced Scientific Computing Research 980 1,015                
Exascale Computing Project 189 169                
Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility 225 *225                
Argonne Leadership Computing Facility 150 *150                
National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center 110 *110                
ESnet 90 90                
* "Not less than"
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Basic Energy Sciences 2,213 2,245                
X-Ray Light Sources 519 *525                
High Flux Neutron Sources 290 *292                
Nanoscale Science Research Centers 139 *139                
Energy Frontier Research Centers 115 115                
Joint Center for Energy Storage Research 24 24                
Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis 20 20                
EPSCoR 24 25                
Facility Construction and Upgrades (OPC = Other Project Costs)
LCLS-II High Energy Upgrade 50 52                
LCLS-II High Energy Upgrade OPC 4 2                
Advanced Photon Source Upgrade 170 160                
Advanced Light Source Upgrade 60 62                
Advanced Light Source Upgrade OPC 2 -                
Spallation Neutron Source Proton Power Upgrade 60 52                
Spallation Neutron Source Proton Power Upgrade OPC - 3                
Spallation Neutron Source Second Target Station 20 29                
Spallation Neutron Source Second Target Station OPC 17 13                
Cryomodule Repair and Maintenance Facility - 1                
Cryomodule Repair and Maintenance Facility OPC - 1                
NSLS-II Experimental Tools-II 5.5 *5.5                
Nanoscale Science Research Centers Recapitalization 5 *5                

* "Not less than"

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Fusion Energy Sciences 671 672                
Non-ITER 429 430                
ITER 242 242                
Material Plasma Exposure eXperiment 21 *21                
Matter in Extreme Conditions Petawatt Upgrade1 15 15                
High Energy Density Lab Plasmas/LaserNetUS 20 *20                
Innovation Network for Fusion Energy 4 4                

* "Not less than"

1. Funding specified for Other Project Costs (OPC) is excluded.

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
High Energy Physics 1,045 1,046                
Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility1 171 171                
Proton Improvement Plan-II1 60 79                
High Luminosity LHC Upgrades 100 -                
HL-LHC Accelerator Upgrade 52 -                
HL-LHC ATLAS Detector Upgrade 25 -                
HL-LHC CMS Detector Upgrade 23 -                
Cosmic Microwave Background-S4 Experiment - *6                

* "Not less than"

1. Funding specified for Other Project Costs (OPC) is excluded.

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Nuclear Physics 713 713                
Electron Ion Collider Construction 1 5                
Electron Ion Collider OPC 10 *17                
Facility for Rare Isotope Beams Construction 40 5                
Stable Isotope Production and Research Center Construction 12 12                
Stable Isotope Production and Research Center Construction OPC 2 3                
Gamma-Ray Energy Tracking Array 6.6 *6.6                
Super Pioneering High Energy Nuclear Interaction Experiment 9.5 5.5                
Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Experiment 1 *1.4                
MOLLER 2 *5                
High Rigidity Spectrometer 1 *3                
* "Not less than"
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Biological and Environmental Research 750 753                
Bioenergy Research Centers 100 *100                
Joint Genome Institute 77 80                
Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Research Facility 70 -                
Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory 45 -                
Low-Dose Radiation Research 5 *5                

* "Not less than"

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Other Accounts                    
Science Laboratories Infrastructure 301 240                
Science Program Direction 186 192                
Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists 28 29                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations    
 
 
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Science Committee        
Senate Energy and Natural Resources        
 

 

DOE NNSA

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 National Nuclear Security Administration Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NNSA 16,705 19,732                
Weapons Activities 12,457 15,345                
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation 1,164 2,260                
Naval Reactors 1,648 1,648                
Federal Salaries and Expenses 435 443                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels. Rescissions and uses of prior year balances included.

 

FY22 NNSA Stockpile Research, Technology, and Engineering
(new budget structure, $ millions)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Stockpile Research, Technology, and Engineering 2,553 2,814                
Assessment Science 595 769                
Primary Assessment Technologies 95 150                
Dynamic Material Properties 128 131                
Advanced Diagnostics 33 36                
Secondary Assessment Technologies 78 84                
Enhanced Capabilities for Subcritical Experiments 145 216                
Hydrodynamic and Subcritical Experiment Execution Support 116 140                
Engineering and Integrated Assessments 325 337                
Archiving and Support 47 46                
Delivery Environments 36 39                
Weapons Survivability 54 60                
Aging and Lifetimes 55 62                
Stockpile Responsiveness 70 70                
Advanced Certification and Qualification 58 61                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Inertial Confinement Fusion 557 575                
HED and Ignition Science for Stockpile Applications 115                
ICF Diagnostics and Instrumentation 75 -                
Facility Operations 367 -                
National Ignition Facility *344 *349                
OMEGA Laser Facility *80 *82                
Z Facility *67 *67                
* "Not less than"
Advanced Simulation and Computing 768 732                
Integrated Codes 128 -                
Physics and Engineering Models 70 -                
Verification and Validation 58 -                
Advanced Technology Development and Mitigation 175 -                
Computational Systems and Software Environments 157 -                
Facility Ops and User Support 181 -                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Weapon Technology and Manufacturing Maturation 222 298                
Surety Technologies 43 54                
Weapons Technology Development 112 132                
Advanced Manufacturing Development 67 112                
Academic Programs 86 102                
Stewardship Science Academic Alliance 26 -                
Minority Serving Institution Partnership 25 35                
Tribal Education Partnership Program 5 5                
Joint Program in High Energy Density Laboratory Plasmas 8.5 8.7                
Computational Science Graduate Fellowships 2 -                
Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program 20 -                

* "Not less than"

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels. Rescissions of prior year balances included.

 

FY22 NNSA Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation Appropriations
($ millions)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation 2,164 2,260                
Material Management and Minimization 364 401                
Conversion1 99 110                
Nuclear Material Removal 33 40                
Material Disposition 187 191                
Laboratory and Partnership Support1 45 60                
Uranium Reserve Program - -                
Global Material Security 443 529                
Domestic Radiologic Security 147 185                
Nuclear Smuggling Detection 159 175                
International Radiologic Security 79 90                
International Nuclear Security 58 79                
Nonproliferation and Arms Control 140 148                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Nonproliferation R&D 533 602                
Proliferation Detection1 299 255                
Nuclear Detonation Detection1 197 267                
Nonproliferation Fuels Development 15 20                
Nonproliferation Stewardship Program 23 60                
National Technical Nuclear Forensics R&D2 - 40                
Nuclear Counterterrorism Incident Response Program 372 378                
National Technical Nuclear Forensics 19 -                
Nonproliferation Construction 299 149                
Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility 220 0                
Surplus Plutonium Disposition Project 79 149                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels. Rescissions and uses of prior year balances included.

1. Funds for nuclear test detonation activities from transferred from Proliferation Detection to Nuclear Detonation Detection in FY21.

2. Prior to FY21, funding for National Technical Nuclear Forensics R&D was included in Nuclear Detonation Detection.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations    
 
 
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Armed Services      
 
 
Senate Armed Services      
 
 
 

 

DOE Applied Energy

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 DOE Applied Energy Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy1 2,848 2,864                
Nuclear Energy 1,493 1,508                
Fossil Energy2 750 750                
Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy 425 427                
Electricity 190 212                
Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response (CESER) 156 156                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The FY20 figures do not include a $58 million rescission of unused funds that were appropriated for biorefinery construction.

2. Oil reserve funding excluded.

 

FY22 DOE Applied Energy Appropriations, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy1 2,848 2,864                
Sustainable Transportation 806 805                
Vehicle Technologies 396 400                
Bioenergy Technologies 260 255                
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies 150 150                
Renewable Energy 642 646                
Solar Energy 280 280                
Wind Energy 104 110                
Water Power 148 150                
Geothermal Technologies 110 106                
Energy Efficiency 1,091 1,104                
Advanced Manufacturing 395 396                
Building Technologies 285 290                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Office of Nuclear Energy2 1,493 1,508                
Nuclear Energy Enabling Technologies 113 123                
Reactor Concepts RD&D 267 208                
Fuel Cycle R&D 305 309                
Advanced Reactors Demonstration Program 230 250                
Versatile Test Reactor 65 45                
Office of Fossil Energy3 750 750                
Carbon Capture 118 126                
Carbon Storage 100 79                
Carbon Utilization - 23                
Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (proposed new structure) 218 -                
Advanced Energy Systems 120 122                
Advanced Energy Systems (proposed new structure) 150 -                
Office of Electricity 190 212                
Transmission Reliability 57 48                
Resilient Distribution Systems 45 50                
Energy Storage 56 80                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The FY20 figures do not include a $58 million rescission of unused funds that were appropriated for biorefinery construction.

2. Uranium reserve funding excluded.

3. Oil reserve funding excluded.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Renewable Energy Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Nuclear Energy Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
ARPA-E Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Fossil Energy Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Electricity and CESER Budget Requests FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations    
 
 
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Science Committee        
Senate Energy and Natural Resources        
House Energy and Commerce        
 

 

NASA

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 NASA Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NASA 22,629 23,271 24,700 6%            
Science1 7,139 7,222                
Human Exploration 6,018 6,555 6,880 5%            
Space Operations1 4,140 4,067                
Space Technology 1,100 1,100 1,425 30%            
Aeronautics 784 829 915 10%            
STEM Engagement 120 127                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. Transfer of Biological and Physical Sciences funding from Space Operations to Science in FY21 is omitted.

 

 

FY22 NASA Science Appropriations, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Science Mission Directorate1 7,139 7,222                
Earth Science 1,972 2,000 2,250 13%            
Research and Analysis 321 *335                
Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud ocean Ecosystem (PACE) Mission 131 145                
CLARREO Pathfinder 25 25                
Earth Science System Pathfinder 299 344                
Decadal Survey Missions - **75                
Planetary Science 2,713 2,700                
Europa Clipper 593 404                
Icy Satellites Surface Technology 14 *18                
Mars Rover 2020 353 162                
Mars Odyssey Orbiter - **11                
Lunar Discovery and Exploration 300 **452                
Commercial Lunar Payload Services 185 **254                
New Frontiers 137 183                
Double Asteroid Redirection Test 72 66                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Astrophysics + JWST 1,729 1,771                
Astrophysics 1,306 1,356                
James Webb Space Telescope 423 415                
Roman Space Telescope (formerly WFIRST) 511 505                
SOFIA 85 85                
Astrophysics - (Roman Telescope + SOFIA) 710 766                
Heliophysics 725 751                
Research 252 281                
Living with a Star 146 148                
Solar Terrestrial Probes 141 149                
Explorers 186 173                
Office of STEM Engagement2 120 127                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

* "No less than"

** "Up to"

 1. Transfer of Biological and Physical Sciences funding from Space Operations to Science in FY21 is omitted.

2. Formerly called the Office of Education. The STEM Engagement account is funded outside of the Science Mission Directorate. Numbers for specific education programs are in the "STEM Education" tab.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

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NSF

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 National Science Foundation Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NSF 8,278 8,487 10,200 20%            
Research and Related Activities1 6,737 6,910                
Mathematical and Physical Sciences - -                
Geosciences - -                
Polar Programs - -                
Engineering - -                
Computer and Information Science and Engineering - -                
Biological Sciences - -                
Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences - -                
Integrative Activities - -                
EPSCoR 190 *200                

* "No less than"

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Education and Human Resources 940 968                
Numbers for specific EHR programs are in the "STEM Education" tab.
Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction 243 241                
Antarctic Infrastructure Modernization for Science 98 90                
Mid-scale Research Infrastructure 65 76                
High Luminosity LHC Upgrade 33 33                
Vera C. Rubin Observatory 46 41                
Agency Operations and Award Management 337 346                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. Congress typically does not specify funding amounts for NSF's six research directorates and its Office of Integrative Activities

 

FY22 NSF Budget Request for MPS and GEO Directorates
($ millions)
Account FY17
Actual
FY18
Actual
FY19
Actual
FY20
Actual
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
Mathematical and Physical Sciences 1,362 1,503 1,491        
Astronomical Sciences 252 311 287        
Chemistry 246 246 247        
Materials Research 314 337 303        
Mathematical Sciences 234 238 237        
Physics 281 311 285        
Office of Multidisciplinary Activities 35 60 131        
Geosciences 826 908 970        
Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences 253 276 303        
Earth Sciences 179 180 182        
Ocean Sciences 317 366 371        
Integrative and Collaborative Education and Research 76 86 114        

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
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DOD

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 DOD Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account1 FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Title IV RDT&E Total 105,265 107,457                
Science and Technology 16,074 16,873                
Basic Research (6.1) 2,603 2,671                
Applied Research (6.2) 6,070 6,446                
Advanced Technology Development (6.3) 7,401 7,756                
Non-S&T Accounts 89,192 90,584                
Overseas Contingency Operations Spending 834 322                
Other RDT&E                    
Title VI Defense Health Program RDT&E 2,306 2,393                
Title VI Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction RDT&E 876 942                
Emergency Spending (excluding COVID-19 funds) 130 -                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels. The figures reported for the Science and Technology accounts exclude Overseas Contingency Operations funding.

1. The enacted figures are drawn from the appropriations legislation, not the president's budget requests. There are sometimes substantial differences between the enacted figures reported in the budget request and those specified in the legislation.

 

FY22 DOD S&T Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account1 FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Army (6.1 - 6.3) 3,365 4,078                
Basic Research 574 592                
Applied Research 1,259 1,525                
Advanced Technology Development 1,532 1,961                
Navy (6.1 - 6.3) 2,618 2,675                
Basic Research 651 654                
Applied Research 1,160 1,183                
Advanced Technology Development 807 838                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Air Force (6.1 - 6.3) 3,352 3,103                
Basic Research 550 537                
Applied Research 1,656 1,564                
Advanced Technology Development 1,146 1,002                
Defense-Wide (6.1 - 6.3) 6,738 6,801                
Basic Research 828 889                
Applied Research 1,995 1,958                
Advanced Technology Development 3,916 3,955                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels. Overseas Contingency Operations funding excluded.

1. The enacted figures are drawn from the appropriations legislation, not the president's budget requests. There are sometimes substantial differences between the enacted figures reported in the budget request and those specified in the legislation.

 

FY22 DOD Basic Research Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account1 FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Army Basic Research 574 592                
Defense Research Sciences 354 367                
University and Industry Research Centers 127 122                
University Research Initiatives 88 97                
Cyber Collaborative Research Alliance 5 5.1                
Navy Basic Research 651 654                
Defense Research Sciences 464 490                
University Research Initiatives 168 145                
In-House Laboratory Independent Research 19 19                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Air Force Basic Research 550 537                
Defense Research Sciences 356 325                
University Research Initiatives 179 197                
High Energy Laser Research Initiatives 15 15                
Defense-Wide Basic Research 828 889                
Defense Research Sciences 432 476                
Basic Research Initiatives 71 76                
National Defense Education Program 144 137                
HBCU and Minority Institutions 53 81                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The enacted figures are drawn from the appropriations legislation, not the president's budget requests. There are sometimes substantial differences between the enacted figures reported in the budget request and those specified in the legislation.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
RDT&E Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Army RDT&E Request (Vol. 1) FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Navy RDT&E Request (Vol. 1) FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Air Force RDT&E Request (Vol. 1) FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
DARPA FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Missile Defense Agency FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Office of the Defense Secretary FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations      
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Armed Services      
 
 
Senate Armed Services      
 
 

 

NOAA

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NOAA Base Appropriation1 5,352 5,431                
Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research 590 614                
Operations, Research, and Facilities (ORF) 548 571                
Procurement, Acquisition, and Construction (PAC) 42 44                
National Weather Service 1,169 1,204                
ORF 1,066 1,101                
PAC 103 104                
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service 1,514 1,518                
ORF 261 292                
PAC 1,253 1,227                
National Marine Fisheries Service 1,013 1,030                
ORF 948 965                
Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund 65 65                
National Ocean Service 606 628                
ORF 599 620                
PAC 7.5 8.5                
Office of Marine and Aviation Operations 342 374                
ORF 244 254                
PAC 98 120                
Office of Education 30 33                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The base appropriation excludes transfers from the "Promote and Develop Fishery Products and Research Pertaining to American Fisheries" fund as well as recoveries of prior year obligations.

 

FY22 NOAA Appropriations, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NOAA Base Appropriation1 5,352 5,431                
Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research 590 614                
Climate Research 170 182                
Weather and Air Chemistry Research 134 139                
Ocean, Coastal, and Great Lakes Research 229 231                
Research Supercomputing 42 43                
High Performance Computing Initiatives 17 18                
National Weather Service2 1,169 1,204                
Observations 246 248                
Central Processing 165 166                
Analyze, Forecast, and Support 514 537                
Dissemination 87 88                
S&T Integration 147 156                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service 1,514 1,518                
GOES-R Class 304 335                
Polar Weather Satellites 745 658                
Space Weather Follow On 64 108                
COSMIC-2 6 6                
Commercial Weather Data3 8 *12                
National Centers for Environmental Information 62 64                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

* "Not less than"

1. The base appropriation excludes transfers from the "Promote and Develop Fishery Products and Research Pertaining to American Fisheries" fund as well as recoveries of prior year obligations.

2. The figures for the subaccounts are the sum of Operations, Research, and Facilities (ORF) funding and Procurement, Acquisition, and Construction (PAC) funding.

3. In FY20, Congress provided $3 million for the Commercial Weather Data Pilot program and $5 million to initiate purchases of commercial radio occultation data. The final bill for FY21 directs NOAA to increase spending on the commercial weather data purchase and pilot programs by at least $4 million in total.

 

FY22 NOAA Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research 590 614                
Climate Research 170 182                
Labs and Cooperative Institutes 67 76                
Regional Climate Data and Information 40 43                
Climate Competitive Research 63 64                
Weather and Air Chemistry Research 134 139                
Labs and Cooperative Institutes 82 86                
U.S. Weather Research Program 23 27                
Tornado Severe Storm Research/Phased Array Radar 14 14                
Joint Technology Transfer Initiative 15 13                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Ocean, Coastal, and Great Lakes Research 229 231                
Labs and Cooperative Institutes 36 37                
Sea Grant College Program 74 75                
Ocean Exploration and Research 42 43                
Sustained Ocean Observations and Monitoring 45 45                
Integrated Ocean Acidification 14 16                
Research Supercomputing 42 43                
High Performance Computing Initiatives 17 18                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committee Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations      
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Science Committee        
 

 

NIST

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 National Institute of Standards and Technology Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NIST 1,034 1,035                
Scientific and Technical Research and Services 754 788 916 16%            
Laboratory Programs 656 -                
Standards Coordination and Special Programs 81 -                
Corporate Services 17 -                
Industrial Technology Services 162 167 442 165%            
Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership 146 150 275 83%            
Manufacturing USA
(formerly NNMI)
16 16.5 167 912%            
Construction of Research Facilities 118 80                
Safety, Capacity, Maintenance, and Major Repairs 75 *70                
Federal Capital Revolving Fund - -                

* "No less than"

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
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House Appropriations      
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
House Science Committee        
 

 

NIH

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 National Institutes of Health Appropriations, Selected Institutes
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NIH1 41,684 42,934                
National Cancer Institute2 6,440 6,560                
National Institute of General Medical Sciences 2,937 2,991                
National Eye Institute 824 836                
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communications Disorders 491 498                
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering 404 411                
Buildings and Facilities3 200 200                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The enacted figures represent discretionary budget authority provided by the Labor-HHS-Education appropriations bill. The enacted figures are taken from the final appropriations legislation, not the budget request document.

2. Figures include the additional funding provided by the 21st Century Cures Act.

3. Figures exclude transfers from the Nonrecurring Expenses Fund at the Department of Health and Human Services. Congress transferred $225 million from the fund to the Buildings and Facilities account for FY20 and FY21.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
House Appropriations      
 
 
Senate Appropriations        
 

 

USGS

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 U.S. Geological Survey Appropriations
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
USGS 1,271 1,316                
Natural Hazards 171 175                
Energy and Mineral Resources 90 90                
Land Resources1 166 -                
Ecosystems1 171 259                
Core Science Systems1 138 253                
Water Resources 234 263                
Science Support 97 96                
Facilities 181 179                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. The Land Resources mission area was subsumed within the Ecosystems and Core Science Systems mission areas in FY21.

 

FY22 U.S. Geological Survey Appropriations, Detailed Table
($ millions, COVID-19 response and recovery funds excluded)
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Natural Hazards 171 175                
Earthquake Hazards 85 85                
Volcano Hazards 30 30                
Landslide Hazards 4.0 8.0                
Global Seismographic Network 7.2 7.2                
Geomagnetism 4.0 4.1                
Coastal/Marine Hazards and Resources 40.5 40.5                
Energy and Mineral Resources 90 90                
Mineral Resources 60 60                
Energy Resources 30 30                
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Land Resources1 166 -                
Ecosystems1 171 259                
Climate Adaptation Science Centers 38 41                
Core Science Systems1 138 253                
National Land Imaging 99 107                
National Geospatial Program 79 79                
National Cooperative Geological Mapping 34 40                
Water Resources 234 263                
Water Availability and Use Science Program 47 58                
Groundwater and Streamflow Information Program 84 101                
National Water Quality Program 92 93                
Water Resources Research Act Program 10 11                
Science Support 97 96                
Facilities 181 179                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and all figures above $10 million are rounded to the nearest million. Percentages are rounded to the nearest percent.

1. The Land Resources mission area was subsumed within the Ecosystems and Core Science Systems mission areas in FY21.

 

Reference Material

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

Committees Bills Hearings Markups Administration
Statements
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Senate Appropriations        
 

 

STEM Education

Table of Contents

 

FYI Bulletins

  • Budget Request Summary
  • House and Senate Bill Comparison
  • Final Appropriation Summary

 

FY22 Department of Education Appropriations
Selected programs supporting STEM education
($ millions)

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Formula Grants
Supporting Effective Instruction State Grants (Title II, Part A)1 2,132 2,143                
Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants (Title IV, Part A)1 1,210 1,220                
21st Century Community Learning Centers (Title IV, Part B)1 1,250 1,260                
Other Programs
Education Innovation and Research STEM Set-Aside 65 67                
Minority Science and Engineering Improvement 12 13                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

1. Includes funds for non-STEM activities.

 

Reference Material for the Department of Education

Document Year
Budget Request FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
House Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Senate Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Bill FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22
Final Joint Report FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22

 

FY22 STEM Education Appropriations for Selected Programs
($ millions)

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
National Science Foundation
(selected programs)
Education and Human Resources 940 968                
Graduate Research Fellowship1 **- ***                
Improving Undergraduate STEM Education1 **- ***                
Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarships 67 ***                
NSF Research Traineeship1 - -                
CyberCorps Scholarship for Service *55 60                
Advanced Technological Education *75 75                
Advancing Informal STEM Learning *63 63                
Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation 48 50                
HBCU Undergraduate Program *35 37                
Tribal Colleges and Universities Program 15 17                
Hispanic Serving Institutions Program 45 47                
INCLUDES - 20                

* "No less than"

** Congress directed NSF to fund these programs at fiscal year 2019 levels.

*** Congress directed NSF to fund these programs at the fiscal year 2020 levels.

1. Part of the funding for this program comes from NSF's research directorates.

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
NASA
(selected programs)
Office of STEM Engagement 120 127 147 16%            
Space Grant 48 51                
Minority University Research Education Program 36 38                
EPSCoR 24 26                
STEM Education and Accountability Projects 12 12                
Science Mission Directorate Education and Public Outreach *46 *46                

* "No less than"

Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Department of Energy
(selected programs)
Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists 28 29                
Science Undergraduate Lab Internships 13.5 13.8                
Graduate Student Research Program 4.5 4.6                
Community College Internships 1.7 1.9                
Visiting Faculty Program 2 1.8                
National Science Bowl 2.9 2.9                
Einstein Fellowship 1.2 1.2                
Outreach 0.8 1.5                
* "Not less than"
Account FY20
Enacted
FY21
Enacted
FY22
Request
Change
21-22
House Change
21-22
Senate Change
21-22
Final Change
21-22
Department of Defense
(selected programs)
National Defense Education Program 144 137                
HBCU and Minority Institutions Program 53 81                
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
(selected programs)
Office of Education 30 33                
Minority Serving Institution Partnership Program 17 20                
Bay-Watershed Education and Training 7.8 7.8                
National Sea Grant College Program 74 75                

All figures are in millions of nominal U.S. dollars and are rounded to the nearest million. The percentage changes are rounded to the nearest percent and are relative to FY21 enacted levels.

 

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