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Bullet policy · Apr 26, 2021

Bipartisan Group Introduces Updated Endless Frontier Act

On April 21, 2021, a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced a revised version of the Endless Frontier Act (EFA)—a bill that would create a technology-focused directorate within the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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Bullet policy · Apr 12, 2021

Infrastructure Plan Calls for Major Investments in Research

President Joe Biden has proposed investing $250 billion in the U.S. research enterprise under his broad infrastructure plan geared towards rebuilding the country’s infrastructure, creating jobs, and enabling the U.S. to “out-compete China.”
Bullet policy · Apr 12, 2021

Biden Proposes Significant Boosts for Science

On April 9, 2021, the White House released President Biden’s much awaited budget request for fiscal year (FY) 2022, outlining the Administration’s priorities and proposing large increases for several federal science agencies.
Bullet policy · Apr 12, 2021

House Science Committee Introduces Bill to Expand NSF, Double Funding

New legislation introduced by House Science Committee leadership proposes doubling the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) budget over five years and creating a new Directorate for Science and Engineering Solutions (SES) that will enable NSF to accelerate the translation of science and technology into solutions to society’s major challenges.
Bullet policy · Mar 29, 2021

Supporting Early-Career Researchers Act Advances in House

The House Science Committee has advanced the Supporting Early-Career Researchers Act (H.R. 144), which would authorize $250 million for the National Science Foundation over fiscal years 2021 and 2022 “to prevent the loss of research talent due to job market disruptions caused by any economic decline during and after the pandemic.”