Budget and Legislative Activities
The NIMH Congressional Justification provides the Senate and House Appropriations Committees with detailed estimates and justifications for research and research support activities that NIMH would anticipate funding at the President's Budget Request level.
Congressional Justification by Fiscal Year (FY):
- FY 2021 (HTML or PDF 26 pages)
- FY 2020 (HTML or PDF 25 pages)
- FY 2019 (HTML or PDF 16 pages)
- FY 2018 (HTML or PDF 18 pages)
- FY 2017 (HTML or PDF 25 pages)
To obtain a copy of budget reports from 2003 – 2016, please contact the email@example.com.
Federal Legislation relevant to NIMH and NIH
The NIH's Office of Legislative Policy and Analysis
The NIH's Office of Legislative Policy and Analysis (OLPA) provides legislative analysis, policy development, and liaison with the Congress. The office also tracks particular bills that have broad relevance to the NIH. You can view summaries of these bills through the OLPA Web site, which also has links to other resources about the federal government.
Search the Library of Congress
You can also track federal legislation using the Congress.gov website, the Library of Congress’ official website for U.S. federal legislative information.
Congressional Committees Relevant to NIMH and NIH
Congressional Committees that Establish NIMH's Authority
The House Committee on Energy and Commerce and the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee have jurisdiction over biomedical research and development, and thus over the NIH and NIMH.
The Appropriations Subcommittees on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education
NIMH, like all other entities supported by federal funds, receives its funding through an annual appropriations bill that must be approved by both the House and the Senate and signed by the President. Links to House and Senate Appropriations Committees.
For questions about legislative activities at NIMH, please contact the NIMH Legislative Director. The point of contact is:
NIMH Legislative Director
6001 Executive Blvd, MSC 9669