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NIST Appropriations Summary FY 2007 – FY 2009

(Dollars in Table in Thousands)

 FY 2007
Enacted
FY 2008
Enacted
ARRA
Appropriations
Enacted
FY 2009
Enacted
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)    

Scientific and Technical Research and Services (STRS)

434,371440,517220,000472,000

Construction of Research Facilities (CRF)

58,686160,490360,000172,000

NIST Core Subtotal (STRS + CRF)

493,057601,007a580,000b644,000c

NIST Core, excluding congressionally directed projects and a construction grant program

493,057518,772400,000566,525

Percentage increase from preceding fiscal year

 5%N/A9%

Industrial Technology Services (ITS)

    

Advanced Technology Program (ATP)

79,078N/AN/AN/A

Technology Innovation Program (TIP)

N/A65,200065,000

Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)

104,74189,6400110,000

Subtotal, ITS

183,819154,8400175,000

NIST Total

676,876755,847580,000819,000
     

a The FY 2008 amount for Scientific and Technical Research and Services appropriations includes $893,000 in congressionally directed projects. The FY 2008 amount for Construction of Research Facilities appropriations includes $51.3 million in congressionally directed projects and $30 million for a competitive construction grant program.

b The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) amount for Construction of Research Facilities includes $180 million for a competitive construction grant program for research science buildings. Not reflected above, ARRA also includes a $20 million transfer from the Department of Health and Human Services for standards-related research on electronic medical records and an expected $10 million from a Department of Energy interagency agreement to help develop a comprehensive framework for a nationwide smart electrical grid.

c The FY 2009 amount for Scientific and Technical Research and Services appropriation includes $3.475 million in congressionally directed projects. The FY 2009 amount for Construction of Research Facilities appropriation includes $44 million in congressionally directed projects and $30 million for a competitive construction grant program.

Created August 21, 2009, Updated December 28, 2016