Fiscal Year 2023 Appropriations Update The House Appropriations Committee passed all 12 fiscal year (FY) 2023 spending bills, and 6 of the 12 have passed the full House. House leaders had hoped to pass all …
Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Request President Joe Biden recently unveiled his Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 budget. The $5.8 trillion request includes $769 billion for nondefense discretionary programs (5.3 percent above FY 2022) and $813 billion …
UW–Madison supports increasing the maximum Pell Grant each year, beginning in federal fiscal year (FY) 2021 and reaching a maximum award of $13,000 by FY 2024.
This post-election update from the UW–Madison Office of Federal Relations previews the Biden Administration, the lame duck session, and the 117th Congress, as of November 10, 2020.
Part one of a two-part election update from UW–Madison’s Office of Federal Relations.
A degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison provides real benefits to graduates and to the state of Wisconsin. In 2020, the UW System and UW–Madison set out to quantify those benefits.
On September 22, the UW–Madison Office of Federal Relations presented a briefing with UW–Madison professors David O’Connor and Tom Friedrich, who are working to innovate rapid tests for COVID-19. A recording of the video is here.