|March 09, 2023 |
President’s Fiscal Year 2024 Budget Strengthens NASA, Space Economy
The Biden-Harris Administration Thursday released the President’s Budget for Fiscal Year 2024, and it will allow NASA to continue exploring the secrets of the universe for the benefit of all through Artemis, the Mars Sample Return mission, and other efforts.
“The budget details a blueprint to grow the economy from the bottom up and middle out,” said NASA Administrator Bill Nelson. “At NASA, we support good-paying American jobs, stir imaginations, and excite the world to gaze up at the heavens and reflect on our place in the universe.”
The budget allows NASA to monitor and protect the planet, advance sustainable aviation, better support orbital debris management, develop innovative new technologies, and inspire the Artemis Generation.
“President Biden's budget will help us explore new cosmic shores, continue to make strides in traveling to and working in space and on the Moon, increase the speed and safety of air travel with cutting-edge technologies, and help protect our planet and improve lives here on Earth,” said Nelson.
To watch Administrator Nelson’s State of NASA remarks, which coincide with the release of the agency’s budget proposal, visit:
The budget details a blueprint to strengthen the economy, including supporting NASA’s investments in public/private partnerships. At NASA, the budget will:
Building on the President’s strong record of fiscal responsibility, the budget more than fully pays for its investments by reducing deficits over the next decade.
For more information on NASA’s fiscal year 2024 discretionary request, visit:
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