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[1 Jun 2022 | Comments Off on Administration Releases FY23 Budget Request as Congress Finalizes FY22 Budget | ]
Administration Releases FY23 Budget Request as Congress Finalizes FY22 Budget

Congress wrapped up its funding for the federal government for fiscal year 2022 in March, the sixth month of the fiscal year. With the Biden administration releasing its fiscal year 2023 within a few weeks, Congress had to almost immediately start the process again. The National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation both received 4 percent increases. Several statistical agencies also received 3–6 percent increases.

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[1 Jun 2016 | One Comment | ]
Meet John Phillips, Associate Commissioner of the Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics

Amstat News invited John Phillips—associate commissioner of the Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics in the Social Security Administration—to respond to questions so readers could learn more about him and the agency he leads.

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[1 Apr 2016 | Comments Off on FY17 Requests for NIH, NSF, Federal Statistical Agencies Largely Positive | ]
FY17 Requests for NIH, NSF, Federal Statistical Agencies Largely Positive

President Barack Obama’s requested budget for Fiscal Year 2017 maintains his record of proposing generally healthy increases for the NIH, NSF, and many federal statistical agencies, but realizing increases of any amount will be challenging.

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[1 Apr 2011 | Comments Off on Administration Affirms Role of Data-Driven Decisionmaking with FY12 Budget Requests | ]
Administration Affirms Role of Data-Driven Decisionmaking with FY12 Budget Requests

Steve Pierson, director of science policy, discusses the 2012 fiscal year budget and how the administration largely affirms its belief in the value of the federal statistical system.