Additional Data - Review of FY 2011 Administration Budget Requests

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Publication date: 
23 February 2010
Number: 
26

The following FYI provides additional figures regarding the FY 2011 Administration budget requests for NASA and a Department of Education STEM education program.  Individual FYIs reviewing the below requests can be viewed at “Federal budget requests -- FY 2011.”This page will also contain FYIs relating to actions taken by congressional committees under the heading “Latest Congressional budget action - FY 2011" by department or agency.

The following is a recap of requested budget changes, as compared to the FY 2010 appropriation (without stimulus funding, and with no allowance for program changes or earmarking) in these programs.

  • NASA - Aeronautics and Space Research and Technology: Up 129.9 percent
  • Department of Education - Effective Teaching and Learning: STEM (formerly Mathematics and Science Partnerships): Up 66.2 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction: Up 40.8 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Directed Stockpile Work: Up 26.1 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation: Up 25.8 percent
  • NASA - Earth Science in the Science Directorate: Up 27.0 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Global Change: Up 23.9 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Science Campaign: Up 23.5 percent
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology - Technology Innovation Program: Up 14.3 percent
  • NASA - Exploration: Up 13.8 percent
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology - Scientific and Technical Research and Services: Up 13.5 percent
  • Total National Nuclear Security Administration: Up 13.4 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Naval Reactors: Up 13.3 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - Basic Energy Sciences: Up 12.1 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Readiness Campaign: Up 12.1 percent
  • NASA - Science Directorate: Up 12.0 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Science Support: Up 11.8 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Engineering Directorate: Up 11.0 percent
  • NASA - Planetary Science in the Science Directorate: Up 11.0 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Nonproliferation and Verification R&D: Up 10.8 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Weapons Activities: Up 9.8 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Advanced Simulation and Computing Campaign: Up 8.5 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Research and Related Activities: Up 8.2 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - Advanced Scientific Computing: Up 8.1 percent
  • Total National Science Foundation: Up 8.0 percent
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology - Industrial Technology Services: Up 7.7 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Geosciences Directorate: Up 7.4 percent
  • Total National Institute of Standards and Technology: Up 7.3 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Office of the Administrator: Up 6.5 percent
  • Department of Defense - total 6.1 Basic Research: Up 6.2 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Materials Research Subactivity: Up 5.5 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Geographic Research, Investigations, and Remote Sensing: Up 5.4 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Inertial Confinement Fusion and High Yield Campaign: Up 5.2 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - Nuclear Physics: Up 5.0 percent
  • Total DOE Office of Science: Up 4.4 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Mathematical and Physical Sciences Directorate: Up 4.3 percent
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology - Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership: Up 4.0 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - Biological and Environmental Research: Up 3.8 percent
  • National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering: Up 3.0 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Physics Subactivity: Up 2.8 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Astronomical Sciences Subactivity: Up 2.5 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - High Energy Physics: Up 2.3 percent
  • National Science Foundation - Education and Human Resources: Up 2.2 percent
  • Total U.S. Geological Survey: Up 2.0 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Geologic Hazards, Resource, and Processes: Up 1.9 percent
  • Total NASA - Up 1.5 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Facilities: Up 1.4 percent

 

  • Defense-Wide total 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 S&T: Down 1.1 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Water Resources Investigations: Down 1.5 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Biological Research: Down 1.8 percent
  • NASA - Heliophysics in the Science Directorate: Down 2.0 percent
  • NASA - Astrophysics in the Science Directorate: Down 3.0 percent
  • National Nuclear Security Administration - Engineering Campaign: Down 5.4 percent
  • Navy total 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 S&T: Down 6.2 percent
  • U.S. Geological Survey - Enterprise Information: Down 9.8 percent
  • DOE Office of Science - Fusion Energy Sciences: Down 10.8 percent
  • Air Force total 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 S&T: Down 11.3 percent
  • Department of Defense - total 6.2 Applied Research: Down 11.6 percent
  • Department of Defense - total 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 S&T: Down 12.5 percent
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology - Construction of Research Facilities: Down 15.1 percent
  • NASA - Cross Agency Support: Down 18.0 percent
  • Department of Defense - total 6.3 Advanced Technology Development: Down 18.5 percent
  • NASA - Education: Down 20.2 percent
  • NASA - Space Operations: Down 20.5 percent
  • Army total 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 S&T: Down 38.4 percent