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Status of FY23 appropriations including the President’s FY23 Budget Request for AAU’s funding priorities at the Department of Energy including the Office of Science and ARPA-E.

Senators sent letter to OMB Director Shalanda Young urging the White House to include in the FY24 budget request the full amount authorized in CHIPS for the DOE Office of Science.
On Wednesday, the Task Force on American Innovation (an alliance of industry, professional societies, and university organizations, including AAU) sent a letter to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Office of Management and Budget Director Shalanda D. Young urging them to increase investments in the Department of Energy Office of Science in FY24.
The Energy Sciences Coalition, of which AAU is a member, sent a letter urging House and Senate leaders of the appropriations subcommittees on energy and water to appropriate at least $8.1 billion for the DOE Office of Science in FY23.
AAU joined other businesses and organizations in sending a letter to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and OMB Director Shalanda Young urging them to include $31.5 million in the DOE's FY24 budget to launch and fund the DOE Foundation for Energy Security and Innovation.
As lawmakers consider measures related to securing federally funded research data and intellectual property, it is important to understand the current state of play for research security in the country to avoid new requirements that are duplicative, unnecessary, or counterproductive
TFAI urged appropriators to fully fund NIST, DOE Office of Science, and NSF at the funding levels authorized in the CHIPS and Science Act.
Letters from ESC and Members of House Science Committee Urge Energy Department, OMB, and OSTP to match funding levels for DOE Office of Science in FY24 with funding levels in the CHIPS and Science Act.
AAU President Barbara R. Snyder released a statement welcoming the Senate's passage of the CHIPS and Science Act. She asks the House to quickly follow suit and urges both chambers to approve appropriations matching the research investments authorized in the bill.