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  FY 2013 President's Budget:
  On Monday, February 13, President Obama submitted to Congress his FY 2013 budget request for all Federal agencies – the FY 2013 President’s Budget. Included in this request is a proposed FY 2013 budget for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) of $31 billion. Visit the links on the Budget Request for more information on the NIH request.

FY 2013 Testimony:

  • House Appropriation Committee:
    Dr. Collins on the NIH’s FY 2013 Budget Request [TBD].
  • Senate Appropriation Committee:
    Dr. Collins on the NIH’s FY 2013 Budget Request [TBD].
  BRDPI Index
  2/13/2012 - Biomedical Research and Development Price Index (BRDPI)

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National Institutes of Health Funding for Diseases, Conditions, and Research FY 2008 - FY 2013

  • NIH categorizes its spending in a variety of manners to satisfy diverse reporting requirements. Spending is tracked for specific Diseases (Alzheimer’s, Breast Cancer, etc.), for various conditions (Infertility, Obesity, etc.) and specific areas of research (Genetics, Substance Abuse, etc.). See, FY 2008– FY 2013 Funding Estimates, for our latest estimates. This table provides actual expenditures for FY 2008 through FY 2011, and projected expenditures (based on the current year funding level and the President’s Budget funding level) for FY 2012 and 2013. The projected expenditures are updated each year.

Important Notes:

  • The current year (FY 2012) and budget year (FY 2013) dollar amounts provided represents NIH best estimate on what will be funded for the categories. The figures provided are not allocated or set aside for these categories.
  • The table does not reconcile mathematically. Funding included in one area may also be included in other areas. For example, Clinical Research includes Clinical Trials.

The OB intranet site was developed and deployed in FY 2009 to streamline and enhance internal work flow between NIH Office of the Director and Institutes and Centers for budget related topics and activities. The intranet portal is accessible to NIH budget community members and other authorized users. Use the link below to connect to the site.

Use the link below to connect to the site.

The Office of Budget (OB) advises and supports the Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on budget policy issues affecting the NIH, the medical research community and the public. The OB participates in the following:

  • Development of all NIH’s budget projections.
  • Maintains active and efficient communications with HHS, OMB and the Congress.
  • Monitors and coordinates NIH budget activities of the 27 NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs).

The three branches that comprise the OB organization are:

  • Budget Formulation, Presentation & Execution Branch
  • Budget Analysis and Modeling Branch
  • Budget Reporting and Legislative Branch

Office of Budget MISSION:

To support the NIH mission to uncover new knowledge and transform health care with responsive, accurate, and timely budget and performance management information.

Office of Budget VISION:

Be recognized as the most sought after and professional Budget Office in the government, with a vibrant and learning team that strives to ensure responsive, accurate, and timely information is available in support of the NIH.

Offices of Budget Core VALUES:

  • Integrity First
  • Service Before Self
  • Excellence in All We Do