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Overview of Stimulus Bill. $787 B signed 2/17/09 $310B in appropriations, $477B in tax cuts and entitlement spending $22.5 B in R & D spending $18.0B to conduct R & D, $3.5B for R&D facilities and large research equipment $1.0B in science infrastructure.

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Overview of Stimulus Bill

  • $787 B signed 2/17/09

    • $310B in appropriations,

    • $477B in tax cuts and entitlement spending

  • $22.5 B in R & D spending

    • $18.0B to conduct R & D,

    • $3.5B for R&D facilities and large research equipment

    • $1.0B in science infrastructure


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Ten Federal Agencies Will Receive $22.5 B in Research and Construction Funds from the Stimulus Bill


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The$787 B Stimulus Bill Provides Considerable Funding to the Federal Research Portfolio

(only 4 biggest agencies shown)

35%

34%

44%

23%

*

*Science

Research

** OS & ARPA-E


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Ifthe UW-Madison Receives a Proportional Increase (from what we got in FY08) from the Stimulus Bill This Could Amount to as Much as $144 M in FY 2009-10(only 4 biggest agencies shown)

$74.9 M

$46.4 M

$19.9 M

$2.5 M

*

** OS & ARPA-E

*Science Research


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Example of How NIH Will Spend $10.4 B

  • $8.2 B for research-$7.4 allocated across NIH Institutes, Centers, Divisions, and Common Fund. $800 M remain at the Office of the Director.

  • $1 B for extramural construction, repairs, and alterations through the National center for Research Resources.

  • $300 M shared instrumentation.

  • $500 M for construction & improvements on the NIH campus.


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Example of How NSF Will Spend $3.0 B

  • $2.0 B for research grants already through NSF’s regular peer review process but not funded due a lack of funds

  • $300 M for Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program competitively awarded to university researchers.

  • $200 M to restart the Academic Research Infrastructure program for laboratory construction grants, primarily to Universities


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NIH Extramural Research Facilities Improvement Program (C06)

  • $2-15 M

  • 3 per Institution

  • 3 deadlines based on $ range

  • Scope: major alterations and renovations to existing facilities, additions, completion, new construction

  • http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RR-09-008.html


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NIH Core Facility Renovation, Repair and Improvement (G20)

  • $1-10 M

  • 2 per Institution

  • September 17

  • Scope: core facilities are defined as centralized shared resources that provide access to instruments, technologies or services.

  • http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/rfa-files/RFA-RR-09-007.html


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APPLICATION TIME SCALE

C06

G20

Due Date: September 17, 2009

Peer Review: February 10, 2010

Council Review: May 10, 2010

Start Date: July 10, 2010

  • Due Dates: May 6, June 17, July 17,

  • Peer Review: June 2009/Oct 2009

  • Council Review: Oct 2009/Jan 2010

  • Start Date: Dec 2009/Apr 2010


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