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Survey of Federal Funds for Research and Development
The Survey of Federal Funds for Research and Development is the primary source of information about Federal funding for R&D in the United States. It is used by policymakers in the executive and legislative branches of the Federal Government in determining policies, laws, and regulations affecting science, and by those who follow science trends in every sector of the economy: university administrators and professors, economic and political analysts, R&D managers inside and outside the Government, the science press, and leading members of the science community in the United States and foreign countries.