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NIST Appropriations Summary FY 2009 - FY 2012

(Dollars in Table in Millions)

 

 

 FY 2010
Enacted
FY 2011
Enacted1
FY 2012
Enacted
Discretionary Appropriations:   
Scientific and Technical Research and Services (STRS)515.0507.0567.0
Laboratory Programs494.9497.4567.0
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program9.69.60.0
Congressionally Directed Projects10.50.00.0
Industrial Technology Services (ITS)194.6173.2128.4
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortium (AMTech)----0.0
Technology Innovation Program (TIP)69.944.80.0
Baldrige Performance Excellence Program2----0.0
Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)124.7128.4128.4
Construction of Research Facilities (CRF)147.069.955.4
Construction & Major Renovations22.012.0--
Safety, Capacity, Maintenance, and Major Repairs58.057.9--
Competitive Construction Grant Programs20.00.00.0
Congressionally Directed Projects47.00.00.0
Total NIST, Discretionary Appropriations856.6750.1750.8
Mandatory Appropriation:   
Public Safety Innovation Fund (PSIF)----TBD

 

 

1 Includes 0.2% across-the board rescission

 

 

2 As reflected above, the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program (BPEP) was included in the FY 2011 STRS enacted amounts. However, consistent with the NIST reorganization, BPEP moved from STRS to ITS via a transfer in FY 2011.

Created February 14, 2011, Updated December 29, 2016