TABLE 6 Federal Science and Technology Budget, FY 2001 Actual, FY 2002 Administration Proposal, and FY 2002 Congressional Appropriation (constant FY 2002 dollars)

AGENCIES

2001 Actual

2002 Proposed

Proposed Increase

2002 Est.

Actual Increase

National Institutes of Health

20,438

23,112

13.1%

23,433

14.7%

NASA

7,789

7,038

–9.6%

8,113

4.2%

National Science Foundation

4,437

4,472

0.8%

4,795

8.1%

Dept. of Energy

4,911

4,682

–4.7%

5,099

3.8%

Dept. of Defense

4,944

4,963

0.4%

4,961

0.3%

Dept. of Agriculture

1,885

1,759

–6.7%

1,890

0.3%

Dept. of the Interior (USGS)

918

813

–11.4%

950

3.5%

Dept. of Commerce

828

711

–14.1%

948

14.5%

Environmental Protection Agency

746

679

–9.0%

750

0.5%

Dept. of Transportation

521

631

21.1%

651

25.0%

Dept. of Education

363

368

1.4%

377

3.9%

Dept. of Veterans Affairs

363

360

–0.8%

373

2.8%

FS&T Total

48,143

49,588

3.0%

52,340

8.7%

NIH

20,438

23,112

13.1%

23,433

14.7%

FS&T Total minus NIH

27,705

26,476

–4.4%

28,907

4.3%

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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