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Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 2009–11

 


Suggested Citation, Acknowledgments

 

National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics. 2012. Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 2009–11. Detailed Statistical Tables NSF 12-318. Arlington, VA. Available at: http://www.nsf.gov/statistics/nsf12318/.


Synectics for Management Decisions, Inc., of Arlington, VA, under NSF contract number GS10F0207L, prepared the tables, general and technical notes, and report copy. Synectics staff members who worked on this project were Maxime Bokossa, Ashleigh Frick, Hannah Kyeyune, Bruce McCracken, Elizabeth Walter, and Stephen Wenck. RTI International edited the text and edited and composed the data tables. RTI staff members August Gering, Marceline Murawski, and Pamela Tuck worked on this project.

National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics
John R. Gawalt
Director (Acting)
Frederic J. Wendling
Deputy Director (Acting)

Stephen Cohen
Chief Statistician

John E. Jankowski
Program Director, Research and Development Statistics Program



 
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 2009–11
Detailed Statistical Tables | NSF 12-318 | July 2012

Notes:

FY 2009 Department of Defense R&D data are underreported by $7.7 billion in this report. Air Force underreported data for major systems development by a considerable amount and slightly overreported data for basic research, applied research, and advanced technology development. Air Force has since corrected these data. Revised FY 2009 data will be available in volume 60 (FY 2010–12) of the Federal Funds series of detailed statistical tables. Revised FY 2009 data will also be available in the forthcoming update of Science and Engineering State Profiles.