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Appendix A: NIDCD Funding History

Appropriated funds for NIDCD increased dramatically in the first 15 years after the establishment of the Institute in FY 1989. Funding for NIDCD has remained fairly constant since FY 2005, and even with constrained budgets, NIDCD sustained only a 0.89 percent decrease in FY 2011. An additional $102.9 million was appropriated to NIDCD for FY 2009 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) (Figure 1.) (For more information on ARRA, go to www.nidcd.nih.gov/funding/ARRA/ and www.recovery.gov.)

NIDCD Congressional Appropriations and ARRA Obligations

Figure 1: Annual Congressional Appropriations for NIDCD. ARRA funding was appropriated in 2009, but was obligated in FY 2009 and FY 2010. Data compiled by the NIH Office of Budget.

Figure 1: Annual Congressional Appropriations for NIDCD. ARRA funding was appropriated in 2009, but was obligated in FY 2009 and FY 2010. Data compiled by the NIH Office of Budget.

NIDCD funds extramural and intramural research in hearing, balance, taste, smell, voice, speech, and language (Figure 2.)

Total NIDCD Obligated Funds FY 2011

Figure 2: Total NIDCD obligated funds (excluding ARRA funding) include extramural research, intramural research, and research management and support (RMS.) FY 2011 obligated funds data compiled by the NIDCD Financial Management Branch.

Figure 2: Total NIDCD obligated funds (excluding ARRA funding) include extramural research, intramural research, and research management and support (RMS.) FY 2011 obligated funds data compiled by the NIDCD Financial Management Branch.