CDRH FY 1997 salaries/expenses budget of $170.9 mil. recommended by House subcommittee.
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
CDRH FISCAL 1997 BUDGET RECOMMENDATION TOTALS $170.9 MIL., as passed through the House Appropriations/Agriculture Subcommittee mark-up May 21. The recommended salary and expense budget for FDA's Center for Devices and Radiological Health represents a $4.3 mil. increase from CDRH's fiscal 1996 enacted salaries and expenses appropriation of $166.5 mil. and a slight increase -- $775,000 -- over FDA's fiscal 1997 budget request of $170.1 mil. Full Appropriations Committee mark-up is expected to be held June 6.
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