samedi 12 octobre 2013

Cancer Research Funding

are formulated by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). As part of this process, NCI and the other NIH Institutes and Centers submit budget documents to OMB. President’s Budget proposals are submitted to Congress each year in early February and reflect the Administration’s budget and management priorities for the next fiscal year, which begins on the following October 1. (The federal government’s fiscal year extends from October 1 through September 30.) Congress considers the proposals and then recommends appropriations for all federal government agencies. Final appropriation amounts must be approved by both the House of Representatives and the Senate and signed by the President to be enacted into law.

In the National Cancer Act of 1971, NCI was given the authority to prepare and submit an additional annual budget proposal directly to the President for review and transmittal to Congress. This authority is unique to NCI, and the budget proposal created in response to it is often referred to as the

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