McAllister & Quinn’s Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Ed Williams and colleagues present an informative webinar on our nation’s investments in critical research and development programs. This webinar provides an overview of fiscal year 2023 appropriations, and new and emerging programs in the fiscal year 2024 budget request.
On February 23, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo spoke at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service outlined the long-term vision of the CHIPS for America program. Secretary Raimondo said that within a decade, the Federal investments made by the administration would help the US accomplish several goals..
On December 29, 2022, President Biden signed H.R.2617, the legislative package funding the Federal government for the remainder of fiscal year 2023 (FY23) which ends on September 30, 2023. The bill funds the government at $1.66 trillion for FY23…
In August 2022, the CHIPS bill was signed into law. The CHIPS bill authorized $20 billion over five years for the new Technology, Innovation, and Partnerships (TIP) Directorate launched by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The bill formally established the new Directorate and stands up program and focus areas for research.
McAllister & Quinn’s Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Ed Williams and Vice President, Kellianne Lauer hosted a webinar to discuss legislative developments, and the key drivers of new legislation and trends towards ARPA models of research.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) program funds the acquisition and development of critical research instrumentation. Proposals can be submitted under two tracks up to $4 million for multi-user research instruments
On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed the landmark Inflation Reduction Act of 2022– H.R.5376– into law, intending to lower costs on prescription drugs, health care, and energy. Here, we highlight the R&D opportunities associated…
On August 9th, 2022, President Biden signed H.R.4346 (also known as “CHIPS Plus” or “CHIPS and Science”) into law. An important distinction in the bill for research universities is the difference between appropriated funding and authorized funding
On June 30th, 2022, the House Appropriations Committee (HAC) approved the final two of 12 annual government funding bills for fiscal year 2023 (FY23). Six of those bills are expected to be considered in the House next week.
McAllister & Quinn’s Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Ed Williams and Vice President, Kellianne Lauer hosted a webinar to discuss our nation’s investments in critical research and development programs.