Science Funding in FY 2022 Appropriations Request

June 17, 2021

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Given the breadth and diversity of the microbial sciences field, there are multiple federal agencies and programs that influence the work of ASM and its members. The chart below, compiled by ASM’s Policy team, provides additional information on the funding levels across these agencies, from current levels, to the President’s FY 2022 budget request, to the most up-to-date FY 2022 Congressional proposals. You can explore how the FY 2022 request and proposed funding levels compare with the current, FY 2021 enacted funding levels. The chart provides a glimpse into both the White House’s and Congress’ priorities as they relate to the microbial sciences and infectious disease.

Note: In the wake of COVID-19, there were multiple supplemental funding bills enacted to  provide additional, emergency funding in FY 2021 and beyond. These funds primarily have been directed to the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA).
 

Department of Health and Human Services

AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
HHS: Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund (PHSSEF) $2.85 billion $3.52 billion $3.5 billion $3.52 billion
Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) $596 million $823 million $823 million $823 million
 
AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
National Institutes of Health $43.1 billion $51.9 billion* $49.6 billion** $47.9 billion
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) $6.07 billion $6.25 billion $6.58 billion $6.34 billion
*includes $3 billion in addition to the NIH “base” for an Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H)
**includes $3.5 billion in additional funding for the NIH base and $3 billion for ARPA-H (through 2024)
 
AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
Food and Drug Administration (budget authority) $3.2 billion $3.56 billion $3.47 billion $3.4 billion
 
AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention $7.88 billion $9.5 billion $10.6 billion $9.73 billion
Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Disease $648 million $678 million $674 million $674 million
Immunization and Respiratory Disease $821 million $946 million $532 million $946 million
HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STI and TB Prevention $1.31 billion $1.42 billion $1.5 billion $1.44 billion
Global Health $593 million $698 million $843 million $598 million
Public Health Preparedness $842 million $842 million $862 million $862 million
 

Department of Agriculture

AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
National Institute of Food and Agriculture $993 million $1.37 billion $1.06 billion $1.06 billon
Agriculture and Food Research Initiative $435 million $700 million $450 million $445 million

Department of Energy

AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
Department of Energy Office of Science $7.02 billion $7.4 billion $7.3 billion $7.49
billion
 

Other Relevant Agencies and Programs

AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
National Science Foundation $8.49 billion $9.43 billion $9.63 billion $9.49 billion
Office of Science, Technology and Policy (OSTP) $5.54 million $6.65 million $7.15 million $6.65 million
 
AGENCY/PROGRAM FY21 ENACTED PRES. FY22 REQUEST House FY22 Senate FY22
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Research Office $618 million $815 million $738 million $730 million
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) $1.31 billion $1.64 billion $1.64 billion $1.49 billion
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Science and Technology $729 million $830 million $807 million $803 million
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Science Directorate $7.3 billion $7.93 billion $7.97 billion
$7.9 billion
 

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