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Technology Administration Budget Summary FY 2002-FY 2004

(Dollars in thousands)

  FY 2002
Budget (a)
FY 2003 Budget (d) FY 2004 (Proposed) Budget
US/OTP 

$8,234

$9,822

$8,015

NIST

684,546

707,505

496,818

Scientific & Technical Research & Services (STRS)

 

 

 

NIST Laboratories

324,761(b,c) 351,904 381,838

Baldrige National Quality Program (BNQP)

5,202

5,171

5,783

Subtotal

329,963 357,075 387,621

Industrial Technology Services (ITS)

Advanced Technology Program (ATP)

184,476 178,830 27,007

Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)

106,510 105,930 12,600

Subtotal

290,986 284,760 39,607

Construction of Research Facilities (CRF)

63,597 (b) 65,670 69,590
NTIS 0 0 0
Total TA Appropriations 692,780 717,327 504,833

(a) Reflects a rescission of travel and administrative expenses enacted in PL 107-206 (TA - $4, NIST - $205).
(b) Includes Emergency Response funds totaling $6,225 appropriated to NIST in PL 107-117, the Defense FY 2002 appropriation act: $5,000 in STRS for cybersecurity and $1,225 in CRF for NIST site security.
(c) Includes $4,000 in one-year STRS appropriated to NIST in PL 107-206, the FY 2002 supplemental appropriation act: $1,000 for measurement support to combat chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, explosive threats; $1,000 for biometric identifier standards, and $2,000 for security measures at the NIST Center for Neutron Research.
(d) Reflects an across the board rescission enacted in PL 108-7 (TA-$64, NIST-$4,629).

Created August 25, 2009, Updated August 29, 2018