The FY15 federal budget was released March 4, 2014 with additional details to be provided in subsequent weeks. This blog entry will track FY15 appropriations developments for NSF and NIH and so will updated accordingly. (See log updates below.) To receive notifications of updates, follow ASA Science Policy on Twitter: @ASA_SciPol.
Jump ahead to analysis/reaction to the FY15 final budgets or to analysis/reaction to the FY15 budget request.
See also FY15 Statistical Agency Budget Developments.
See also the Jeff Mervis 12/10/14 ScienceInsider piece on what looks to be the final FY15 NSF budget: NSF’s 2015 budget: A small increase and a big pat on the back. This 12/10 ScienceInsider piece by Jocelyn Kaiser has information on NIH's 2015 budget plan, Within NIH’s flat 2015 budget, a few favorites. The 12/12/14 COSSA FY15 analysis is also very informative on the NIH and NSF budgets.See also this 12/19/14 Science article by Jeff Mervis and David Malakoff: Science agencies make gains despite tight U.S. budget.
Levels in billions of dollars
Latest Action: *Subcommittee mark-up; **Committee mark-up; ***Passed the Floor
1During deliberations on House floor, $15 million was shifted from the SBE directorate to MPS and ENG. Read more at Big Battle Over 15 Little Words, Jeff Mervis, ScienceInsider, 6/4/14.
2$30.3 billion if one includes Ebola funding. This number also includes Evaluation TAP funding. The FY 14 level does not include TAP funding.
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