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President Requests $385.8M for National Archives FY 2014 Budget
Press Release · Wednesday, Apr 10, 2013

Washington, DC

Washington, DC…Today, President Barack Obama sent to Congress his Fiscal Year 2014 budget request for the Federal Government, which includes $385.8 million for the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

The requested amount for NARA is a slight decrease from the FY 2012 funding level of $391.5 million. NARA’s FY 2013 budget is approximately $371 million, including sequestration cuts.

“Our budget is a responsible plan that supports critical agency priorities while continuing to reduce our overall spending levels. NARA’s budget request reflects difficult decisions that are necessary to maintain our vital mission and continue services to the public in an austere budget environment.” said Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero.

In FY 2014, NARA is requesting $370.7 million for the Operating Expenses appropriation. This is a net decrease of about $2.6 million from the FY 2012 funded level. Within the lower funding level, NARA’s budget realigns some efficiency savings in facility operations and information technology to focus on increasing public access to historical electronic records and modernizing Government records management practices.

NARA’s request also includes $4.13 million for the Office of Inspector General, a slight increase over FY 2012, and $8 million for Repairs and Restorations to NARA-owned buildings, a 12percent reduction from FY 2012 funding. Our request for the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) grants program is $3 million, which is a 40 percent reduction from FY 2012 funded levels.

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