The Administration released its FY 2000 budget request on February 1, 1999, proposing to spend $78.2 billion for research and development. The highlight of the R&D budget request is the Information Technology for the Twenty-First Century (IT2) initiative, in which six federal research agencies would participate. Congress must approve the budgets of the individual agencies before any of the funds can be spent. It does this through the appropriations process, which culminates in the passage of thirteen separate spending measures later in the year.
- Appropriations for the IT research initiative
- Administration response to R&D appropriations
- Status of all Appropriations bills
Federal Budget Request Documents
- The FY 2000 Budget Request official Administration documents
- The FY 2000 R&D Budget Request overview from the Office of Science and Technology Policy
- National Science Foundation FY 2000 Budget Documents
- Department of Defense FY 2000 Budget for RDT&E Programs
- Department of Energy FY 2000 Budget Documents
- High Performance Computing and Communications FY 2000 Budget Document
CRA Analyses of the Budget Request
Other Analyses of the Budget Request
- Views & Estimates of the House Committee on Science for FY 2000
- House Science Committee Budget Analysis for FY 2000
- AAAS Analysis of R&D in the FY 2000 Budget
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