FDA Receives $91 Million Funding Increase In Fiscal 2020 Funding Deal

By Kelly Lienhard / December 16, 2019 at 7:12 PM
FDA scored a $91 million increase in the year-long fiscal 2020 funding deal hammered out by congressional appropriators Monday (Dec. 16). The deal gives FDA $3.159 billion in total discretionary funding, with $78.9 million set aside for medical product and food safety and $12.1 million for infrastructure. Total funding for the agency, including user fees, will come to $5.77 billion. The final budget deal leans more toward the Senate’s original funding request than the House’s. The Senate had suggested...

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