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R&D in the President’s 2006 Budget David Trinkle and Amy Kaminski February 15, 2005

The 2006 Budget Broad National Priorities : 

The 2006 Budget Broad National Priorities Promoting Economic Growth Protecting America Supporting a Compassionate Society Making Government More Effective

The Deficit in Context: Percent of GDP: 

The Deficit in Context: Percent of GDP

Growth in Discretionary Spending Declines: 

Growth in Discretionary Spending Declines Percent Growth in non-defense, non-homeland budget authority excluding supplementals

R&D Budget: 

R&D Budget

Federal S&T Budget: 

Federal S&T Budget

2006 Request for NSF’s Astro-Related Research: 

2006 Request for NSF’s Astro-Related Research

2006 Request for NSF’s Astro-Related Facilities: 

2006 Request for NSF’s Astro-Related Facilities

The Basis for NASA’s Budget and Transformation: The President’s Space Exploration Vision : 

The Basis for NASA’s Budget and Transformation: The President’s Space Exploration Vision Announced January 14, 2004 Response to Columbia tragedy Calls for a sustained, affordable program of human and robotic exploration of the solar system and beyond

NASA’s 2005 Budget: 

NASA’s 2005 Budget President’s 2005 budget request for NASA was $16.244 billion (+5.6% over 2004 budget) Congress funded NASA in 2005 at $16.1 billion* 2005 funds allow NASA to return the Shuttle to flight, begin work on new Crew Exploration Vehicle and Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, and conduct a wide range of space science programs. * Includes Congressional 0.8% government-wide rescission; excludes supplemental funds for KSC hurricane damage

Transformation: 

Transformation Change from Six “Enterprises” and 18 “Themes” to Four “Mission Directorates” and 12 Themes Earth/Space Science Enterprises merge into Science Mission Directorate Origins/Structure & Evolution of Universe themes merge into “Universe” theme; Sun-Earth Connection and Earth Science themes merged into “Earth-Sun System” theme Beginning to redefine agency objectives Conduct advanced telescope searches for Earth-like planets/habitable environments around other stars Explore the universe to understand its origin, structure, evolution, and destiny

Total NASA Budget ($16.5 billion requested for 2006): 

Total NASA Budget ($16.5 billion requested for 2006) Actual Requested/projected $ in Millions

NASA Science Budget ($5.5 billion requested for 2006): 

NASA Science Budget ($5.5 billion requested for 2006) $ in Millions Actual Requested/projected

2006 Budget – Universe Theme: 

2006 Budget – Universe Theme Virtually no change from 2005 ($1,513 million to $1,512 million), following a 12% increase from 2004 to 2005 Keeps JWST, GLAST, Kepler, and WISE missions on track to launch as scheduled Provides increases for TPF and LISA to carry out early mission work Fully funds all operating missions (Hubble, Spitzer, Chandra, Swift, etc.)

2006 Budget – Universe Theme: 

2006 Budget – Universe Theme Maintains R&A at the $60+ million level Provides funding for Hubble de-orbit and ground-based life extension activities; no funds for Shuttle-based or robotic servicing Delays SIM by two years, to 2011 launch Explorer Program projection reduced over next four years; NASA is examining how budget profile will support future selections

The focus should be not only how much but also how well : 

The focus should be not only how much but also how well Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART) is a vehicle used to improve program performance Most sweeping assessment of federal programs – over 600 programs 20% of programs to be added each year Of the 600+ programs, 84 have been R&D

Ratings of Sample R&D Programs: 

Ratings of Sample R&D Programs

PART Assessments of 58 R&D Programs: 

PART Assessments of 58 R&D Programs 45%

Summary of the 2006 Budget: 

Summary of the 2006 Budget Sets priority on war against terrorism, overseas and at home Funds high-priority initiatives; restrains spending throughout the rest of government Maintains focus on results instead of dollars

Backup Slides: 

Backup Slides

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R&D Investment Criteria Retrospective Assessment Prospective Planning

Exploration Vision Objectives: 

Exploration Vision Objectives Sustained, affordable human/robotic program to explore solar system and beyond Human presence across solar system, starting w/human return to Moon by 2020, to prepare for human exploration of Mars and beyond Innovative technologies, knowledge, and infrastructure to explore/support human destination decisions International and commercial participation in exploration

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