Investing in Science and Technology


Office of Science and Technology Policy

December 7, 1995

Investing in Science and Technology

The President's 7-year balanced budget plan builds on the Administration's record of success in cutting the deficit. It invests in education and training and other priorities, protects such vital programs as Medicare and Medicaid, and cuts taxes for middle-income Americans. While this plan cuts domestic discretionary spending by $250 billion over the next 7 years, the President's budget proposal still makes more funding available for investing in science and technology than the Republican budget he vetoed.

The President's plan makes a high priority of investing in science and technology to increase economic productivity and raise living standards and the quality of American life. The plan calls for a balanced mix of investments in basic research, applied research, and technology development. Compared with the Republican balanced-budget proposal, the President's plan:

OSTP 1994-1995 Papers, Reports & Publications

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1994 National Science and Technology Council Annual Report

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Goals for a National Partnership in Aeronautics R&D

National Critical Technologies Report; Table of Contents

Science and Technology Outlook and Report '95 - Table of Contents

Strategic Planning Documents - Index

Report of the NSTC Committee on International Science

National Security Science & Technology Strategy -Table of Contents

Forum on the Role of Science and Technology in Promoting National Security and Global Stability

The Clinton Administration's FY96 R&D Budget

Fundamental Science Report

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