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  • 1.Federal Program Spending
    APA advocacy efforts related to funding for federal programs critical to the deployment of psychological practice and research in the service of promoting health and human welfare.
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  • 2.Federal Research Spending
    APA advocacy efforts related to funding for federal agencies that support behavioral and psychological research — educating policymakers about its role in innovation and advances in public health.
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  • 3.APA Seeks Relief for Sequester and Federal Spending Cuts
    Reductions harm key priorities for the field of psychology.
    Web Page (November 2013)
  • 4.Advocacy
    APA works closely with decision-makers on Capitol Hill and in federal agencies as they formulate legislation and regulations of interest to psychologists. APA Government Relations is comprised of advocacy staff across three APA directorates: Education, Public Interest and Science.
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  • 5.APA Federal Budget Blog
    Science Government Relations news updates about the federal research budget.
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  • 6.APA letter to President Obama and the OMB on the FY 2012 budget
    On February 18, 2011, APA sent a letter to President Obama and Office of Management and Budget Director, Jack Lew, to address federal spending priorities critical to psychology.
    Web Page (April 2011)
  • 7.NSF Biological Sciences Advisory Committee Learns About Advocacy
    Much of the discussion centered around what the next administration might do with respect to science funding, how to make as good a case for funding basic NSF-type research as NIH advocates have made for health-related research, and how to introduce science as a subject in upcoming election debates.
    Web Page (April 2008)
  • 8.APA Advocacy Issues
    APA's Government Relations offices work on issues such as aging; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender concerns; disability; peer review; trauma, violence and abuse; veterans and military issues; and children and the media.
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  • 9.Education Government Relations Office
    Part of the Education Directorate, this office seeks to increase federal support for psychology education and training and to promote the application of psychology to education and training.
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  • 10.Public Interest Government Relations Office
    The Public Interest Government Relations Office actively engages in shaping federal policy to promote psychology in the public interest. Issue areas include: aging; children, youth and families; individuals with disabilities; ethnic minority affairs; HIV/AIDS; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues; socioeconomic status; and women’s issues.
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