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Most Recent Reported Fiscal Year Budget

In FY 2021, Congress passed a consolidated appropriations act allocating $6.365 billion to NCI, including $50 million for the Childhood Cancer Data Initiative (CCDI) and $28 million for Childhood Cancer Survivorship, Treatment, Access and Research (STAR) Act. NCI was also appropriated $195 million in FY 2021 as a result of the 21st Century Cures Act. After permissive transfers, $6.467 billion was available to NCI to obligate.
In addition to the appropriated amount for the fiscal year, NCI entered into inter- and intra-agency agreements with other Federal agencies and NIH institutes and centers (ICs). These agreements often provide reimbursements for materials, supplies, equipment, work, or services to assist other agencies and ICs accomplish their missions.

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Fiscal Year 2021 Budget
(Whole Dollars)
Actual Obligations Resulting From Appropriated Funds FY 2020 Amount
FY 2021 Appropriation $6,364,852,000
FY 2021 Cancer Moonshot Appropriation $195,000,000

Secretary's Transfer


Transfer to NIH Office of AIDS Research 

Lapse -$289,223
Cancer Moonshot Carryover -$96,671,541
Actual Obligations Subtotal $6,442,735,236
Reimbursable Obligations $24,294,730
Total FY 2021 NCI Obligations $6,467,029,966

Includes FY 2021 Cures Moonshot funding and excludes FYs 2020 through 2017 Cures Moonshot carryover obligations.

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