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Title:

Federal Agency Biodefense Funding, FY2013-FY2014

Authors:
Tara Kirk Sell, Matthew Watson
Date posted:
September 16, 2013
Publication type:
Article
Publication:

Biosecur Bioterror 2013;11(3):196-216

Publisher:
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
DOI:
10.1089/bsp.2013.0047
Availability:
Open access
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Introduction:

Since 2001, the United States government has spent substantial resources on preparing the nation against a bioterrorist attack. Earlier articles in this series have analyzed civilian biodefense funding by the federal government for fiscal years (FY) 2001 through proposed funding for FY2013. This article updates those figures with budgeted amounts for FY2014, specifically analyzing the budgets and allocations for biodefense at the Departments of Health and Human Services, Defense, Homeland Security, Agriculture, Commerce, Veterans Affairs, and State; the Environmental Protection Agency; and the National Science Foundation. This article also includes an updated assessment of the proportion of biodefense funding provided for programs that address multiple scientific, public health, healthcare, national security, and international security issues in addition to biodefense. The FY2014 federal budget for civilian biodefense totals $6.69 billion. Of that total, $5.86 billion (88%) is budgeted for programs that have both biodefense and nonbiodefense goals and applications, and $835 million (12%) is budgeted for programs that have objectives solely related to biodefense.

 

 

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