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Research and Development Funding: Fiscal Year 2002 [Updated May 15, 2001]   [open pdf - 90KB]

From the Summary: "President Bush requested $95.253 billion for federal R&D in FY2002, a 5.8% increase over the estimated $90.010 billion appropriated for FY2001. The House passed FY2002 Budget Resolution (H.Con.Res. 83, passed March 28th) increases overall discretionary spending 4%, matching the President's request, while the Senate's passed budget resolution (S.Con.Res. 20, incorporated into H.Con.Res. 83, passed Senate April 6) increases discretionary spending 8%, to, among other spending provisions, help accommodate an additional $2.7 billion for R&D. On May 9, and 10, the House and Senate, respectively, passed the H.Con.Res. 83 conference report (see H.Rept. 107-55) which contains a 5% increase for overall discretionary spending."

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CRS Issue Brief for Congress, IB10083
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2001-05-15
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