FDA USER FEES TOTALING $343 MIL. IN FY 1995 PROPOSED IN CLINTON BUDGET REQUEST TO REDUCE AGENCY RELIANCE ON APPROPRIATIONS; NIH IS SLOTTED FOR 4.7% INCREASE
FDA's user fee collections would be increased to $343 mil. in fiscal year 1995 under the budget request submitted to Congress Feb. 7 by President Clinton. In an attempt to reduce the agency's dependence on appropriated funds, the Administration is proposing that $228 mil. in new user fees be used in place of Treasury outlays.
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