TABLE 3 Proposed Percent Change in Constant Dollars in FS&T Spending for Agencies and for Science Programs, FY 2002–FY 2003

 

Percent Change, FY 2002–FY 2003

AGENCIES

 

Dept. of Health & Human Services (NIH)

14.6%

Dept. of Education

12.3%

Dept. of Veterans Affairs

7.7%

FS&T TOTAL

7.0%

NASA

6.2%

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

4.4%

National Science Foundation (NSF)

3.2%

FS&T minus NIH

0.8%

Dept. of Agriculture

–0.6%

Dept. of Defense

–1.9%

Dept. of Energy

–3.2%

Dept. of the Interior (USGS)

–6.5%

Dept. of Commerce

–10.8%

Dept. of Transportation

–17.3%

PROGRAMS

 

USED Research, Development, and Dissemination

26.3%

USDA Economic Research Service

15.1%

NASA Space Science

11.0%

NASA Aero-space technology

9.8%

FS&T TOTAL

7.0%

DOE Renewable Energy

3.8%

DOE Nuclear Energy

1.0%

NASA Biological and Physical Research

1.0%

FS&T minus NIH

0.8%

DOD Basic Research (6.1)

0.6%

USDA CSREES Research and Education

0.2%

USDA Mandatory Research Grants

0.0%

DOE Science Programs

–0.4%

USDA Forest Service

–0.6%

USED Special Education Research and Innovation

–1.8%

USED NIDRR

–1.8%

USDA Agricultural Research Service

–2.1%

DOD Applied Research (6.2)

–2.8%

NASA Earth Science

–5.0%

NIST

–5.5%

DOI U.S. Geological Survey

–6.5%

DOT Highway Research

–7.7%

DOE Energy Conservation

–9.7%

DOE Fossil Energy R&D

–17.5%

NOAA (Oceanic and Atmospheric Research)

–19.4%

DOT Aviation Research

–38.5%

Source: Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2003

Note: Deflators used to convert current dollar to constant FY 2002 dollars are derived from the GDP (chained) price index in Table 10.1, in U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2003: Historical Tables, Washington, D.C.: U.S. GPO, 2002.



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