They are asked to "prioritize among and within the FY 2013 elements of the non-ITER magnetic fusion portion of the Fusion Energy Sciences program" under three budget cases: (1) "the 2013 Presidential budget request level of effort", (2) "a restoration of the budget to the 2012 level for that part of the program", and (3) "a program that has a substantially enhanced emphasis on fusion materials science".
What does PRES BUD stand for?
PRES BUD stands for Presidential Budget
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- Military and Government
- Pôle de Recherche et d'Enseignement Supérieur (French: Center for Research and Higher Education)
- Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (hypertensive encephalopathy)
- Present (abstention 'vote' or recorded show of presence, US Congress)
- Pressure (meteorology)
- Primary Reserve (Canadian armed forces)
- Program for the Retention of Engineering Students
- Program Reporting & Evaluation System
- President's Hundred Tab
- Programa Regional de Seguridad Alimentaria y Nutricional Para Centro América (Spanish; Guatemala)
- Prevention of Sporadic Adematous Polyps
- Presence Research Encompassing Sensory Enhancement NeuroScience Cerebral Computer Interfaces and Applications (UK)
- Practical Resources for Educators Seeking Effective New Technologies (University of Delaware, USA)
- Programa de Preservação do Patrimônio Histórico Ferroviário (Historic Railroad Heritages Preservation Program, Brazil)
- Prospective Randomized Enalapril Study Evaluating Regression of Ventricular Enlargement
- Pre-Service Education and Training (education)
- Pressure Falling Rapidly (meteorological)
- President, Board of Inspection & Survey
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The sovereign budget is divided between the presidential budget (9 trillion ID) and the federal budget (31 trillion ID), out of which 7 trillion is allocated for defense, while nothing has been allocated for the Peshmarga Forces, which are part of the Iraqi Defense System by law.
So when we see for the first time in the past eight years, a presidential budget coming with increases in NIH funding (not to the level that FASEB recommended, but increases) at a time when there are decreases in other things, we are grateful that the folks who are making these decisions recognize the importance of research.
This year's presidential budget request included $500 million to fund that office.
Ordinarily, we would have a presidential budget proposal for the next fiscal year by the first week in February, but the new administration and new Congress have been preoccupied with the stimulus.