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CGS Appropriations Advocacy for FY25


CNSF and ESC Send Letter to Appropriations Leadership Requesting $13 Billion in a Supplemental Spending Package

On December 14th, the Coalition for National Science Funding (CNSF), the Energy Sciences Coalition (ESC), and other research coalitions sent a letter to Congressional appropriators to include $13 billion in a supplemental spending package to advance U.S. national security, energy security, and economic competitiveness through research and economic development activities at federal agencies.

Energy Sciences Coalition Statement Regarding FY25 Funding for the Department of Energy Office of Science

On November 7, the Energy Sciences Coalition urged the Department of Energy to request no less than $9.5 billion in funding from the 118th Congress for the Department’s Office of Science, which is consistent with the bipartisan CHIPS and Science Act passed by Congress in an effort to maintain U.S. competitiveness.

CNSF Requests $16.7 billion in funding for the National Science Foundation

On November 3, the Coalition for National Science Funding, of which CGS is a member, sent a letter to the Office of Management (OMB) and Budget and the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) requesting $16.7 billion in funding for the National Science Foundation in fiscal year 2025. This is the authorized funding level found in the CHIPS and Science Act.