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Table 1. R&D expenditures at federally funded research and development centers, by source of funds: FYs 2001–13
(Dollars in thousands)
Fiscal year All R&D
expenditures
Federally funded Nonfederally
funded
2001 10,071,307 9,709,221 362,086
2002 11,536,424 11,095,110 441,314
2003 12,126,880 11,681,318 445,562
2004 12,632,207 12,321,652 310,555
2005 13,254,522 12,917,206 337,316
2006 13,218,497 12,824,552 393,945
2007 13,824,987 13,401,081 423,906
2008a 15,616,390 15,177,347 439,043
2009 16,390,111 15,942,851 447,260
2010 18,044,105 17,590,588 453,517
2011b 17,808,614 17,385,466 423,148
2012 17,446,036 17,006,331 439,705
2013c 16,866,544 16,454,692 411,852

a Prior to FY 2008, five federally funded research and development centers administered by the MITRE Corporation reported only internal R&D projects.
b R&D expenditures decreased in FY 2011 due to removal of expenditures for capital projects. In this survey, R&D expenditures do not include capital projects. In previous years, some federally funded research and development centers included capital expenditures in their R&D totals. Previous years include an unknown amount of capital expenditures, estimated to be less than $500 million per year.
c R&D expenditures reported by Los Alamos National Laboratory decreased by $349 million in FY 2013 due to the removal of expenditures that were not for R&D as defined by this survey.
SOURCE: National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, FFRDC Research and Development Survey.
Data from survey cycle FY 2013, as of 15 September 2014.