Lowy: NCI needs 15% budget increase to reach FY2021 goal of 15th percentile for paylines

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NCI is requesting an increase of $989 million to its FY2021 budget over FY2019 appropriated levels to boost the institute’s payline, which has dropped to the 8th percentile in FY19—lower than 2013 sequestration levels—and which has been steadily dropping despite increased overall funding in recent years.

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