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Aging Research

Published on AidPage by IDILOGIC on Jun 24, 2005

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Range and Average of Financial Assistance

Competing Grants: $5,000 to $4,000,002; $361,940. Individual NRSAs: Basic stipend (first year beyond the doctoral degree) of $35,568. The sponsoring institution will be provided with an allowance of up to $5,500 per year to help defray the cost of training. No dependency allowances. Competing institutional NRSAs: $31,878 to $724,776; $279,882. SBIR: Phase I awards may be made up to $100,000; Phase II awards may be made for amounts up to $750,000.

Note: This section lists the representative range (smallest to largest) of the amount of financial assistance available. These figures are based upon funds awarded in the past fiscal year and the current fiscal year to date. Also indicated is an approximate average amount of awards which were made in the past and current fiscal years.


(Grants) FY 03 $757,242,000; FY 04 est $786,216,000; and FY 05 est $807,773,000. (NRSA) FY 03 $22,664,000; FY 04 est $23,742,000; and FY 05 est $24,383,000. (SBIR grants) FY 03 $22,525,000; FY 04 est $24,360,000; and FY 05 est $25,000,000.

Note: The dollar amounts listed in this section represent obligations for the past fiscal year (PY), estimates for the current fiscal year (CY), and estimates for the budget fiscal year (BY) as reported by the Federal agencies. Obligations for non-financial assistance programs indicate the administrative expenses involved in the operation of a program.

Account Identification


Note: Note: This 11-digit budget account identification code represents the account which funds a particular program. This code should be consistent with the code given for the program area as specified in Appendix III of the Budget of the United States Government.