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Observations on the President’s Fiscal Year 2002 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLES

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Observations on the President’s Fiscal Year 2002 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 1 Alternative Perspectives on the President’s FY 2002 Science and Technology Budget (millions of current dollars) Agency Bush Admin. FS&T Academies’ FS&T R&D Dept. of Defense* 5,086 9,589 45,855 Basic research (6.1) 1,345 1,345 1,345 Applied research (6.2) 3,741 3,741 3,741 Advanced technology development (6.3) — 4,082 4,082 Medical research (not included in 6.1–6.3) — 421 421 Test and evaluation (6.4–6.7) — — 36,266 National Aeronautics and Space Administration 7,038 9,966 9,966 Science, Aeronautics, and Technology 7,038 7,141 7,141 Human space flight — 2,825 2,825 Dept. of Energy 4,682 6,733 7,399 Science programs 3,160 2,930 2,930 Energy supply 494 284 284 Energy conservation 484 316 316 Fossil energy R&D 544 296 296 Radioactive waste management — 31 31 Atomic defense programs (excl. Naval Reactors) — 2,876 2,876 Naval reactors — — 666 Dept. of Health & Human Services 23,112 23,496 23,496 National Institutes of Health (R&D) 22,395 22,395 22,395 National Institutes of Health (Non-R&D) 717 — — Other HHS R&D — 1,101 1,101 National Science Foundation 4,472 3,226 3,226 Research and related activities 3,327 2,991 2,991 Major research equipment 96 96 96 Education and human resources 872 139 139 Salaries, Expenses, and Inspector General 177 — — Dept. of Agriculture 1,759 1,803 1,803 Dept. of the Interior 814 593 593 Dept. of Transportation 631 798 798 Environmental Protection Agency 679 569 569 Dept. of Commerce 671 1,110 1,110 Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs 361 722 722 Dept. of Education 368 259 259 Other Agencies — 663 663 TOTAL 49,673 59,527 96,459 *The final Department of Defense budget has not yet been released, pending completion of a departmental strategic review. In the meantime, OMB has assumed increases in DOD science and technology (6.1–6.3) equal to inflation; the DOD R&D initiative would largely fall into the 6.4–6.7 categories. Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government, FY 2002: Analytical Perspectives, Table 7–3; AAAS, AAAS Report XXVI: Research and Development, Fiscal Year 2002 (Washington, D.C.: AAAS, 2001).

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Observations on the President’s Fiscal Year 2002 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 2 National Academies’ FS&T Budget, National Academies’ FS&T Budget Excluding NIH FS&T, and Research and Development Budget, FY 1994-FY 2002 (millions of constant FY 2001 dollars) Fiscal year FS&T FS&T Minus NIH R&D 1994 48,910 36,997 80,839 1995 47,521 35,541 78,980 1996 46,013 33,545 77,710 1997 46,398 33,319 79,150 1998 47,700 33,863 80,159 1999 50,116 34,507 83,451 2000 52,846 35,246 85,548 2001 57,353 37,643 90,887 2002 58,303 36,369 94,475 Chg, FY 1994-FY 2001 17.3% 1.7% 12.4% Chg, FY 2000-FY 2001 8.5% 6.8% 6.2% Chg, FY 2001-FY 2002 1.7% −3.4% 3.9%   Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government, FY 2002: Analytical Perspectives; AAAS, AAAS Report XXVI: Research and Development, Fiscal Year 2002 (Washington, D.C.: AAAS, 2001), Table 1–16. FS&T figures for 1994–1999 carried forward from Observations on the President’s FY 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget.

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Observations on the President’s Fiscal Year 2002 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 3 The National Academies’ Federal Science and Technology (FS&T) Budget, by Agency, FY 1999-FY 2002 (millions of constant FY 2001 dollars)   Percent Change Agency 1999 Actual 2000 Actual 2001 Est. 2002 Budget FY 2000-FY 2001 FY 2001-FY 2002 Dept. of Defense* 7,923 8,784 9,392 9,392 6.9% 0.0% Basic research (6.1)* 1,107 1,160 1,317 1,317 13.5% 0.0% Applied research (6.2)* 3,182 3,477 3,664 3,664 5.4% 0.0% Advanced technology dev. (6.3)* 3,594 3,846 3,999 3,999 4.0% 0.0% Medical research (not in 6.1–6.3)* 40 301 412 412 36.8% 0.0% NASA 10,113 9,694 9,925 9,761 2.4% −1.7% Science, Aeronautics, and Technology 7,697 6,616 7,024 6,994 6.2% −0.4% Human space flight 2,417 3,077 2,901 2,767 −5.7% −4.6% Dept. of Energy 6,476 6,434 7,076 6,595 10.0% −6.8% Science programs 2,781 2,718 2 955 2,870 8.7% −2.9% Energy supply 374 340 409 278 20.3% −32.0% Energy conservation 397 419 441 310 5.3% −29.8% Fossil energy R&D 307 296 396 290 33.7% −26.8% Radioactive waste management 65 61 45 30 −26.5% −32.5% Atomic defense (excl. naval reactors) 2,553 2,600 2,830 2,817 8.9% −0.5% Dept. of Health & Human Services 16,471 18,564 20,859 23,013 12.4% 10.3% National Institutes of Health 15,607 17,596 19,710 21,934 12.0% 11.3% Other 864 968 1,149 1,078 18.7% −6.1% National Science Foundation 2,779 2,993 3,280 3,160 9.6% −3.7% Research and related activities R&D 2,591 2,764 3,018 2,929 9.2% −2.9% Major research equipment 94 95 122 94 28.5% −22.9% Education and human resources R&D 95 134 140 136 4.7% −2.8% Dept. of Agriculture 1,712 1,813 1,961 1,766 8.1% −9.9% Dept. of Commerce 1,128 1,199 1,201 1,087 0.2% −9.5% Dept. of Transportation 632 620 747 782 20.5% 4.6% Dept. of Veterans Affairs 670 659 703 707 6.7% 0.6% Dept. of the Interior 519 631 631 581 0.0% −8.0% Environmental Protection Agency 696 570 609 557 6.9% −8.5% Dept. of Education 213 243 265 254 9.1% −4.3% Other Agencies 783 643 704 649 9.4% −7.8% FS&T Total 50,116 52,846 57,353 58,303 8.5% 1.7% National Institutes of Health 15,607 17,596 19,710 21,934 12.0% 11.3% FS&T Total minus NIH 34,509 35,249 37,643 36,368 6.8% −3.4% NIH as % of FS&T 31% 33% 34% 38% — — *The final Department of Defense budget has not yet been released, pending completion of a departmental strategic review. In the meantime, OMB has assumed increases in DOD science and technology (6.1–6.3) equal to inflation; the DOD R&D initiative would largely fall into the 6.4–6.7 categories. Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government, FY 2002: Analytical Perspectives; AAAS, AAAS Report XXVI: Research and Development, Fiscal Year 2002 (Washington, D.C.: AAAS, 2001).

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Observations on the President’s Fiscal Year 2002 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 4 The Administration’s Federal Science and Technology (FS&T) Budget, by Agency, FY 2000-FY 2002 (millions of constant FY 2001 dollars)   Percent Change Agency 2000 Actual 2001 Est. 2002 Budget FY 2000-FY 2001 FY 2001-FY 2002 Dept. of Defense 4,637 4,981 4,981 7.4% 0.0% Basic research (6.1) 1,160 1,317 1,317 13.5% 0.0% Applied research (6.2) 3,477 3,664 3,664 5.4% 0.0% NASA 6,523 6,957 6,893 6.6% −0.9% Science, Aeronautics, and Technology 6,523 6,957 6,893 6.6% −0.9% Dept. of Energy 4,445 4,910 4,586 10.5% −6.6% Science programs 2,847 3,179 3,095 11.7% −2.6% Energy supply 596 661 484 10.9% −26.8% Energy conservation 589 625 474 6.1% −24.2% Fossil energy R&D 412 445 533 7.9% 19.7% Dept. of Health & Human Services 18,202 20,361 22,637 11.9% 11.2% National Institutes of Health 18,202 20,361 22,637 11.9% 11.2% National Science Foundation 3,979 4,416 4,380 11.0% −0.8% Dept. of Agriculture 1,776 1,831 1,723 3.1% −5.9% Dept. of Commerce 836 809 657 −3.3% −18.8% Dept. of Transportation 660 621 618 −5.9% −0.5% Dept. of Veterans Affairs 328 350 354 6.8% 1.0% Dept. of the Interior 830 883 797 6.4% −9.7% Environmental Protection Agency 697 732 665 5.0% −9.1% Dept. of Education 324 363 360 12.2% −0.7% FS&T Total 43,236 47,214 48,651 9.2% 3.0% NIH 18,202 20,361 22,637 11.9% 11.2% FS&T Total minus NIH 25,034 26,853 26,015 7.3% −3.1% NIH as % of FS&T 42% 43% 47% — — Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the U.S. Government, FY 2002: Analytical Perspectives, Table 7–3.