Slight NSF budget increase on horizon

The Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription required) reports that NSF is slated to receive $5.65 billion in the 2006 fiscal year, $181 million more than this year and $49 million more than President Bush requested. $4.93 billion of that would go toward research.

Senate and the House came to this compromise bill late last week; NSF has operated under a continuing resolution since FY05 ended on September 30.

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