FY2019 Appropriations

FY2019 Funding - Proposed Funding Levels

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FY2019 Proposed Funding Levels

View funding levels in the FY19 Budget Tracker.

National Science Foundation (NSF)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded NSF at $7.8 billion for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding NSF at $7.472 billion for FY19.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NSF at $8.2 billion for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NSF at $8.1 billion for FY19.
  • OSA signed onto a coalition letter supporting funding for NSF.  View the letter.


National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded NIST at $1.2 billion for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding NIST at $629 million for FY19.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NIST at $985 million for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NIST at $1.04 billion for FY19.

 

Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded DOE Office of Science at $6.260 billion for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding DOE Office of Science at $5.391 billion for FY19.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding DOE Office of Science at $6.6 billion for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding DOE Office of Science at $6.65 billion for FY19.
  • OSA signed onto a coalition letter supporting funding for DOE Office of Science.  View the letter.
  • In September 2018, Congress passed the FY19 funding bill for DOE Office of Science, providing $6.585 billion for FY19.  The President has signed it into law.


Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded ARPA-E at $353 million for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes eliminating ARPA-E.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding ARPA-E at $325 million for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding ARPA-E at $375 million for FY19.
  • OSA signed onto several coalition letters supporting funding for ARPA-E.  View the 10 April letter and the 16 April letter.
  • In September 2018, Congress passed the FY19 funding bill for ARPA-E, providing $366 million for FY19.  The President has signed it into law.


Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded EERE at $2.322 billion for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding EERE at $696 million for FY19.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding EERE at $2.079 billion for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding EERE at $2.322 billion for FY19.
  • In September 2018, Congress passed the FY19 funding bill for EERE, providing $2.379 billion for FY19.  The President has signed it into law.


National Institutes of Health (NIH)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded NIH at $37.3 billion for FY18.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding NIH at $34.8 billion for FY19.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NIH at $38.3 billion for FY19.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NIH at $39.1 billion for FY19.
  • In September 2018, Congress passed the FY19 funding bill for NIH, providing $39 billion for FY19.  The President has signed it into law.


National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

  • FY18 Omnibus Appropriations Bill funded NASA at $20.7 billion.
  • President's FY19 Budget Request proposes funding NASA at $19.89 billion.
  • The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NASA at $21.5 billion.
  • The Senate Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding NASA at $21.3 billion.


Department of Defense (DOD)

  • 6.1 Basic Research: The President's Budget proposes $2.296 billion for DOD 6.1 Basic Research.  The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding DOD 6.1 Basic Research at $2.298 billion.  The Senate Appropriations Committee proposes funding DOD 6.1 Basic Research at $2.798 billion.  In September 2018, Congress passed the FY19 funding bill that provides $2.620 billion for DOE 6.1 Basic Research.  The President has signed it into law.
  • 6.2 Applied Research: The President's Budget proposes $5.1 billion for DOD 6.2 Applied Research.  The House Appropriations Committee bill proposes funding DOD 6.2 Applied Research at $5.571 billion for FY19.  The Senate Appropriations Committee proposes funding DOD 6.2 Applied Research at $5.577 billion for FY19.  In September 2018, Congress passed the funding bill for FY19 that provides $6.068 billion for DOD 6.2 Applied Research.  The President has signed it into law.

 

 


Important Note: The President's Budget is just a proposal.  Congress will ultimately decide the funding levels, which is why it is so important for your members of Congress to hear from you.  Write to Congress today!  OSA has a draft letter that you can use to send to your members of Congress and can be edited with specific information about your research and funding agency.  It's easy and only take a few minutes of your time.