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  • 1.Fiscal year 2011: Heading for CR #7
    The sixth continuing resolution for the current fiscal year includes cuts of $6 billion through program terminations/reductions and the elimination of earmarks but did not impact scientific research funding.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (March 2011)
  • 2.NIH funding update – No good news to report
    In order to satisfy Blue Dog Democrats and other members of the House for whom the budget deficit is a primary concern, the House Budget Committee is putting forward a “deeming” proposal that would cap discretionary spending at $7 billion below the President’s request for Fiscal Year 2011.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (June 2010)
  • 3.NSF gets increase in funding for fiscal year 2012
    Congress passed the conference report of the Fiscal Year 2012 Agriculture, Commerce/Justice/Science and Transportation/Housing and Urban Development Appropriations bills.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (November 2011)
  • 4.Looking back on the 2012 budget: Looking forward to 2013
    During the past 12 months, Congress has reduced federal spending spread over two fiscal years and Congress finally completed Fiscal Year 2011 appropriations and reduced discretionary spending from the previous year’s level.
    Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (January 2012)
  • 5.Final Fiscal Year 2011 research funding still up in the air at press time
    Congress addresses Fiscal Year 2011 appropriations.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (November 2010)
  • 6.Federal budget for FY 2013 is finalized, FY 2014 budget process begins
    Now that the final funding bill for fiscal year 2013 has been approved, scientists can expect to see a lot of action in the agencies, as projects are funded and announcements that had been withheld are released.
    Newsletter Article - Psychological Science Agenda (April 2013)
  • 7.House/Senate budget allocations at odds, and committees get busy with appropriations bills
    House appropriators approved Fiscal Year 2013 spending bill allocations that are significantly lower than the Senate’s, setting the stage for tough conference negotiations to enact any spending measures.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (April 2012)
  • 8.Advocacy update
    APA's role on Capitol Hill and how fiscal cuts may affect your research.
    Newsletter Article - Psychopharmacology and Substance Abuse Newsletter (July 2013)
  • 9.APA Requests $35 billion for the National Institutes of Health
    In conjunction with the Ad Hoc Group for Medical Research, APA and more than 60 other scientific and patient advocacy organizations sent a letter to congressional leaders requesting $35 billion in funding support for the NIH.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (May 2010)
  • 10.President’s budget released for fiscal year 2013
    Highlights include flat-funding for NIH, a 4.8 percent increase for NSF and a decrease for CDC.
    Newsletter Article - Science Policy Insider News (February 2012)
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