NINR Congressional Budget Justifications
Each year, NINR and other Executive Branch agencies prepare a document called the Congressional Budget Justification in support of the President’s Budget Request. This document explains NINR’s mission, our research priorities, and our budget-related activities for the coming fiscal year (FY). The FY runs from October 1 until the following September 30.
NINR offers competitive grants to individuals at all points in their career, from early investigators to established scientists. Our grants also support small businesses and research centers.
You can view our Congressional Justifications from the last five fiscal years as PDFs below:
- FY 2024 Congressional Budget Justification
- FY 2023 Congressional Budget Justification
- FY 2022 Congressional Budget Justification
- FY 2021 Congressional Budget Justification
- FY 2020 Congressional Budget Justification
You may view additional information on the Congressional Budget Justifications through the NIH Office of Budget.
Congressional Budget Testimony
You can view former NINR Director Dr. Patricia Grady's FY 2019 Statement to the Appropriations Committee regarding the President’s Budget request for NINR as a PDF below:
You can review summary articles on the most recent legislation affecting NIH at the Office of Legislative Policy and Analysis (OLPA). OLPA provides essential information, advice, and guidance on Congressional actions affecting NIH to the NIH Director, the Office of the Director, NIH’s Institutes and Centers, and the broader NIH community.
You can review NIH Funding Strategies at the NIH Central Resource for Grants and Funding. This page provides the latest information about NIH fiscal policies, as well as links to the funding strategies for each NIH Institute, Center, and Office that makes grant awards. Use this information to better understand NIH’s approach to grant funding.