- The Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy* – down 109 %
- DOE's Renewable Energy – down 70 %
- DOE's Fossil Energy – down 58 %
- NOAA Research – down 32 %
- DOE's Nuclear Energy – down 31 %
- National Institute of Standards and Technology – down 23 %
- National Institutes of Health – down 22 %
- DOE's Office of Science – down 17 %
- United States Geological Survey – down 15 %
- National Science Foundation – down 11 %
- Department of Defense Science and Technology – 5.8 %
- NASA Science – down 0.9 %
- National Nuclear Security Administration – up 7.7 %
- * The figure 109 % is correct and has something to do with prior year balances.
In dollars, as opposed to percentage, according to FYI, the largest hit is to NIH, which will lose approximately $7.4 billion compared with the FY17 budget. NNSA, by contrast, gains about $1 billion.
According to the Science and the Post articles, reaction from scientists and science organizations has been predictable. Fortunately, the Post reports in a headline, Even some Republicans balk at Trump’s plan for steep budget cuts. We shall see.