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Appropriations History

FY 2006 Budget

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Fiscal Year Budget Estimate to Congress House Allowance Senate Allowance Appropriation 1
1997 $289,114,000 2 $308,258,000 $294,745,000 2 $308,487,000
1998 313,583,000 2
328,583,000
331,969,000
330,108,000
1999 349,021,000 2 3 356,047,000 375,743,000 375,743,000
Rescission       (249,000)
2000 390,718,000 2 421,109,000 436,113,000 444,817,000
Rescission       (2,368,000)
2001 460,971,000 2 506,730,000 508,263,000 502,549,000
Rescission       (495,000)
2002 561,750,000 557,435,000 585,946,000 566,639,000
Rescission       (1,942,000)
2003 609,705,000 609,705,000 2 617,258,000 618,258,000
Rescission       (4,019,000)
2004 630,774,000 630,774,000 637,074,000 636,974,000
Rescission       (4,582,000)
2005 650,027,000 650,027,000 655,100,000 650,027,000
Rescission       (5,522,000)
2006 647,608,000      

1 Reflects enacted supplementals, rescissions, and reappropriations.

2 Excludes funds for HIV/AIDS research activities consolidated in the NIH Office of AIDS Research.

3 Reflects an increase of $931,000 for the budget amendment for bioterrorism.

4 Reflects the President's Budget Request.

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