Appropriations

5 Apr 2018

Funding for Department of Defense Science and Technology programs is increasing by 6 percent under fiscal year 2018 appropriations. DOD will also receive vastly expanded funding for prototyping and other programs designed to transition new capabilities into use.

4 Apr 2018

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is receiving the largest funding increase, by percentage, of the science agencies in the fiscal year 2018 appropriations law. Most of the increase is designated for research facility construction, but nearly all major NIST programs will see at least flat funding.

30 Mar 2018

Final spending legislation for fiscal year 2018 increases NASA’s Science Mission Directorate budget by 8 percent to $6.2 billion. The new funding will mainly benefit the Planetary Science Division, which is directed to ramp up two missions to Jupiter’s moon Europa. The Heliophysics and Astrophysics Divisions are receiving smaller increases, while the Earth Science Division’s budget remains steady.

29 Mar 2018

The final spending legislation for fiscal year 2018 boosts the National Science Foundation budget by 4 percent to $7.8 billion, a modest raise compared to what several other science agencies are receiving.

28 Mar 2018

The Department of Energy Office of Science was among the most favored science agencies in the final spending legislation for fiscal year 2018, receiving its largest single-year budget increase since 2009.

27 Mar 2018

Following the release and enactment of the final appropriations legislation for fiscal year 2018, policymakers and leaders in the scientific community have praised the large spending increases for federally sponsored scientific research, infrastructure, and STEM education.

22 Mar 2018

The final appropriations legislation for fiscal year 2018, on track to be enacted this weekend, includes significant spending boosts for the federal science agencies. A few, such as the National Science Foundation, are slated for moderate increases, while others, such as the Department of Energy Office of Science and National Institutes of Health, stand out for the huge scale of their increases.

13 Mar 2018

The Trump administration’s fiscal year 2019 budget request for the Department of Education prioritizes certain STEM education programs, while again proposing deep cuts to the department’s primary grant programs, which support STEM education at state and district levels. The administration would also mostly cut or maintain budgets for other STEM education programs across the federal government.

2 Mar 2018

The National Science Foundation budget is held essentially flat in the fiscal year 2019 request, but beneath the topline numbers are significant changes, including a new cross-disciplinary funding model to support the foundation’s 10 Big Ideas.

26 Feb 2018

The U.S. Geological Survey’s budget would drop by 21 percent to $860 million under the Trump administration’s proposal for fiscal year 2019. All topline research accounts would receive double-digit percentage cuts, although overall funding for energy and mineral resources programs would increase.

 

 

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