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Budget & Current Issues. Advisory Committee for the Biological Sciences Meeting. Dr. Mary E. Clutter November 18, 2004. NSF FY 2005 Budget Appropriations House and Senate Marks (Dollars in Millions). Totals may not add due to rounding.

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Budget current issues

Budget & Current Issues

Advisory Committee for the Biological Sciences Meeting

Dr. Mary E. Clutter

November 18, 2004


Nsf fy 2005 budget appropriations house and senate marks dollars in millions
NSF FY 2005 Budget Appropriations House and Senate Marks(Dollars in Millions)

Totals may not add due to rounding


Nsf fy 2005 house and senate marks research and related activities dollars in millions
NSF FY 2005 House and Senate Marks: MarksResearch and Related Activities(Dollars in Millions)

Totals may not add due to rounding


Fy 2005 nsf house mark up highlights
FY 2005 NSF MarksHouse Mark-up Highlights

  • MRE & FC Total $208 M

    • $50 M Atacama Large mm Array(ALMA) telescope

    • $47 M EarthScope

    • $51 M IceCube Neutrino Detection Project

  • New projects

    • $30M Scientific Ocean Drilling Vessel (SODV)

    • $30M Rare Symmetry Violating Processes (RSVP)


Fy 2005 nsf senate mark up highlights
FY 2005 NSF MarksSenate Mark-up Highlights

  • MRE & FC Total $130 M

    • $50 M Atacama Large mm Array(ALMA) telescope

    • $47 M EarthScope

    • $33 M IceCube Neutrino Observatory

  • New projects

    • No new starts


Fy 2005 nsf house mark up highlights1
FY 2005 NSF MarksHouse Mark-up Highlights

  • EHR Total $843 M (+ $72 M above request)

    • $94 M EPSCoR (+ $10 M)

    • $83 M Math Science Partnerships (+ $83 M)

    • Elementary, Secondary and Informal Education

      • $62 M Informal Science Education (ISE) (+ $12 M)

  • Undergraduate Education

    • $25 M STEM Talent (+ $10 M)

    • $45 M Advanced Technology Education (+ $7 M)

    • $8 M Noyce (+ $4 M)

  • $156 M Graduate Education (- $18 M)

  • Human Resources Development

    • $34 M Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (+ $0 M)

    • $24 M HBCU Undergraduate Program (+ $4 M)

    • $15 M AGEP (+ $0 M)

    • $15 M THRUST (The HBCU-Research University S&T initiative) & CREST (Centers of Research Excellence in Science & Technology (+ 4 M)

    • $3 M Minority Institutions of Excellence (+ $0 M)


  • Fy 2005 nsf senate mark up highlights1
    FY 2005 NSF MarksSenate Mark-up Highlights

    • EHR Total $929 M (+ $158 M above request)

      • $95 M EPSCoR (+ $11 M)

      • $110 M Math Science Partnerships (+ $110 M)

      • Elementary, Secondary and Informal Education

        • $65 M Informal Science Education (ISE) (+ $15 M)

      • Undergraduate Education

        • $26 M STEM Talent (+ $11 M)

        • $46 M Advanced Technology Education (+ $8 M)

      • Graduate Education

        • Additional 500 fellowships at $30K/yr

      • Human Resources Development

        • $36 M Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (+ $2 M)

        • $27 M HBCU Undergraduate Program (+ $7 M)

        • $20 M THRUST (The HBCU-Research University S&T initiative) & CREST (Centers of Research Excellence in Science & Technology (+ $9 M)

        • $10 M Tribal Colleges (+ $0 M)



    Appropriations for the National Science Foundation Marks

    FY 1998 - 2004

    In millions of dollars

    Total Growth FY 98 – FY 04: $2.2 billion (65%)

    FY’98 FY’99 FY’00 FY’01 FY’02 FY’03 FY’04 FY’05 FY’06 FY’07 (Request) [ --- Authorized ---]


    Award size and duration research grants fy 2004

    Award Size (average annual) Marks

    NSF overall: $139,510

    Average Award Duration

    NSF overall: 2.96 years

    BIO: $171,016

    BIO: 3.27 years

    Award Size and DurationResearch Grants FY 2004


    BIO Success Rate Marks

    Research Grants

    FY 1999 - 2004


    Percentage composition of federal government outlays fy 2004 2 32 t
    Percentage Composition of MarksFederal Government Outlays (FY 2004 = $2.32 T)

    Paymentsto Individuals

    Discretionary

    Net Interest

    National Defense

    Source: Outlays by Superfunction and Function, Office of Management and Budget


    Fy 2003 r d statistics
    FY 2003 R&D Statistics Marks

    Ratio of R&D to GDP = 2.61%

    • Total R&D = $283,789 B

      • Federal R&D = $85,280 B

        [Non-Defense related = $47,488 B]

        • Total Federal Basic Research R&D = $32,712 B

          • Total Federal R&D – University & Colleges = $18,071 B

            Ratio of Fed. R&D U&C to GDP = 0.17%

    NSF SRS Report: US R&D Projected to Have Grown Marginally in 2003


    Nsf fy 2003 fy 2008 strategic goals
    NSF FY 2003 – FY 2008 MarksStrategic Goals

    • Broadening participation in the science and engineering workforce

    • Strengthening core disciplinary research and increasing the funding rate for research grants

    • Providing broadly accessible cyberinfrastructure and world-class facilities to enhance research performance

    • Sustaining organizational excellence in NSF management practices


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