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Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget FS&T TABLES

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Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 1 Alternative Perspectives on the President's FY 2001 Science and Technology Budget (millions of current dollars) Agency 21st Century Fund FS&T R&D Dept. of Defense 4,361 7,609 38,576 Basic research (6.1) 1,217 1,217 1,217 Applied research (6.2) 3,144 3,144 3,144 Advanced technology development (6.3) — 3,182 3,182 Medical research — 66 66 Test and evaluation — — 30,967 NASA 5,165 10,040 10,040 Space, Earth, and Life & Microgravity Sci. 4,107 4,107 4,107 Aerospace Technology 1,058 1,193 1,193 Other Science, Aeronautics, and Technology — 629 629 Human Space Flight and Mission Support — 4,111 4,111 Dept. of Energy 4,221 6,882 7,639 Solar and Renewable Energy R&D 410 376 376 Nuclear Energy R&D — 92 92 Fossil Energy R&D — 293 293 Energy Conservation 660 465 465 Science Programs 3,151 2,969 2,969 Atomic Energy Defense Activities — 2,647 3,405 Radioactive Waste Management — 40 40 Dept. of Health & Human Services 18,813 19,168 19,168 National Institutes of Health 18,813 18,094 18,094 Other HHS programs — 1,074 1,074 National Science Foundation 4,572 3,432 3,432 Research and Related Activities 3,541 3,183 3,183 Major Research Equipment 139 139 139 Education and Human Resources 729 110 110 Salaries, Expenses, and Inspector General 164 — — Dept. of Agriculture 1,649 1,824 1,824 Dept. of the Interior 895 590 590 Dept. of Transportation 899 778 778 Environmental Protection Agency 758 673 673 Dept. of Commerce 862 1,148 1,148 Dept. of Veterans' Affairs 321 655 655 Dept. of Education 379 271 271 Other Agencies — 632 632 TOTAL 42,895 53,702 85,427 Source: OMB, Budget of the U.S. Government FY 2001 and AAAS, Tables II-1, II-2, II-7, II-8, II-11, and II-12.

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Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 2 Federal Science and Technology (FS&T) Budget, by Agency, FY 1999-FY2001 (millions of constant FY 2000 dollars)   Percent Change   1994 Actual 1999 Actual 2000 Est. 2001 Budgt. FY 1999-FY 2000 FY 2000-FY 2001 Dept.of Defense 9,129 7,726 8,667 7,460 12.2 −13.9% Basic Research (6.1) 1,299 1,080 1,161 1,193 7.5% 2.8% Applied Research (6.2) 3,560 3,103 3,410 3,082 9.9% −9.6% Adv. Tech. Dev. (6.3) 4,270 3,505 3,826 3,120 9.2% −18.5% Medical Research (other) — 39 270 65 600.1 −76.0 NASA 10,367 9,862 9,776 9,843 −0.9% 0.7% Hum. Space Flight R&D n.a. 2,357 2,333 2,093 −1.0% −10.3% Sci., Aero., and Tech. n.a. 5,738 5,581 5,813 −2.7% 4.2% Mission Support R&D n.a. 1,767 1,862 1,937 5.4% 4.0% Dept. of Energy 6,530 6,315 6,372 6,747 0.9% 5.9% Energy Supply n.a. 364 364 459 −0.1% 26.1% Fossil Energy R&D n.a. 299 328 287 9.6% −12.4% Energy Conservation n.a. 387 431 456 11.5% 5.8% Science n.a. 2,712 2,638 2,911 −2.7% 10.3% Atomic Energy Defense n.a. 2,490 2,556 2,575 2.7% 1.5% Radioactive Waste Mgt. n.a. 63 55 39 −12.6% −28.7% Dept. of HHS 12,481 16,061 18,082 18,792 12.6% 3.9% NIH 11,544 15,219 17,102 17,739 12.4% 3.7% Other 937 842 980 1,053 16.3% 7.4% NSF 2,472 2,710 2,864 3,365 5.7% 17.5% Res. and Rel. Act. R&D n.a. 2,526 2,649 3,121 4.9% 17.8% Maj. Res. Equipment n.a. 91 94 136 2.9% 45.0% Educ. & Hum. Res. R&D n.a. 92 121 108 31.0% −10.9% Dept. of Agriculture 1,684 1,670 1,763 1,788 5.6% 1.4% Dept. of the Interior 780 506 573 578 13.1% 0.9% Dept. of Transportation 706 616 606 763 −1.6% 25.9% EPA 648 679 647 660 −4.7% 2.0% Dept. of Commerce 1,126 1,100 1,073 1,125 −2.5% 4.9% Veterans Affairs * 654 655 642 0.2% −2.0% Dept. of Education * 208 233 266 12.0% 14.0% Other Agencies 1,471 763 664 620 −13.0 −6.7% FS&T TOTAL 47,396 48,865 51,975 52,649 6.4% 1.3% n.a. = not available *Dept. of Veterans Affairs and Dept. of Education included in “Other Agencies” in FY 1994. Source: AAAS Tables II-1, II-2, II-7, II-8, II-11, and II-12.

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Observations on the President's Fiscal Year 2001 Federal Science and Technology Budget TABLE 3 Trends in FS&T and R&D, FY 1994-FY 2001 (millions of constant FY 2000 dollars)   FS&T R&D Fiscal Year Current Constant Current Constant 1994 43,002 47,396 71,074 78,338 1995 42,688 46,079 70,948 76,581 1996 42,162 44,649 71,206 75,407 1997 43,340 45,132 73,934 76,987 1998 45,191 46,464 75,942 78,080 1999* 48,151 48,869 80,172 81,370 2000* 51,975 51,975 83,334 83,334 2001* 53,702 52,649 85,427 83,751 Chg., FY 1994-FY 2001 24.9% 11.1% 20.2% 6.9% Chg., FY 1999-FY 2000 7.9% 6.4% 3.9% 2.4% Chg., FY 2000-FY 2001 3.3% 1.3% 2.5% 0.5% * Note: Changes in DOE accounting for Atomic Energy Defense Activities have resulted in a modification in the calculation of FS&T beginning with FY 1999. Source: AAAS Tables I-16 and II-1; FS&T figures for 1994-1998 carried forward from Observations on the President's FY 2000 Federal Science and Technology Budget. TABLE 4 Cross-Cutting National Science and Technology Council Initiatives, President's FY 2001 Budget (millions of constant FY 2000 dollars)   Percent Change   1999 Actual 2000 Est. 2001 Budgt. FY 1999-FY 2000 FY 2000-FY 2001 Nanotechnology Initiative 251 270 485 7.7% 79.7% Information Technology R&D 1,320 1,721 2,270 30.3% 31.9% Clean Energy 198 196 283 −1.0% 44.6% Climate Change Technology Initiative 1,036 1,099 1,404 6.1% 27.7% Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles 239 226 250 −5.2% 10.6% Integrated Science for Ecosystem Challenges 639 657 732 2.8% 11.5% U.S. Global Change Res. Program 1,682 1,701 1,706 1.1% 0.3% Interagency Education Research Initiative 30 38 49 24.8% 29.0% Critical Infrastructure Prot. R&D 457 461 594 0.9% 28.9% Weapons of Mass Destruction Preparedness R&D 325 473 491 45.6% 3.8% Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2001.