National Science Foundation Grants

The National Science Foundation is an independent Federal agency created to promote the progress of science, to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare and to secure the national defense. The NSF annually funds approximately 20 percent of basic, Federally-supported college and university research.

Department of Health and Human Services
 $9,436,317,589 Department of Education
 $7,650,469,933 Department of Labor
 $5,653,808,080 Department of Justice
 $4,408,603,977 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
 $3,297,348,092 Department of State
 $3,212,910,213 Department of the Interior
 $2,872,430,857 Department of Transportation
 $2,831,268,516 Department of Housing and Urban Development
 $2,742,700,000 Department of Homeland Security
 $2,480,456,319 Department Of Defense
 $2,285,657,318 Agency for International Development
 $1,913,981,615 Department of Agriculture
 $1,362,520,123 National Science Foundation
 $846,216,434 Department of Commerce
 $734,690,314 Department of Energy
 $555,450,006 Other Agencies
 $841,334,476
Grants From The National Science Foundation

The National Science Foundation provides financial assistance to more than 2,000 colleges, universities, K-12 school systems, businesses, informal science organizations and other research organizations throughout the United States.




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