WASHINGTON – The Science Coalition (TSC) released the following statement after Congress passed a continuing resolution that provides stopgap funding for the federal government, including key research agencies, through December 16, 2022:  

“Earlier this year, Congress made an express commitment to support the U.S. research enterprise by passing the bipartisan, bicameral CHIPS and Science Act. Although this continuing resolution pushes back the threat of a government shutdown, it fails to deliver on that promise and, once again, inhibits the progress of American science,” said TSC President Peter DeYoe. “Stop-gap funding measures run counter to the robust, consistent, and predictable annual investment our federal research agencies and their university partners depend on. Without a final appropriations resolution, new projects cannot commence and others are left in limbo. We urge lawmakers to pass a full appropriations package for FY 2023 without delay.” 


About the Science Coalition 

 Established in 1994, The Science Coalition is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of more than 50 of the nation’s leading public and private research universities. It is dedicated to sustaining the federal government’s investment in basic scientific research as a means to stimulate the economy, spur innovation, and drive the United States’ global competitiveness.