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Appendix I
 
This chart presents data on budget increases of the National Library of Medicine, the Library of Congress and the National Agricultural Library between 1990 and 2000.  While the Library of Congress and the National Library of Medicine's budgets have increased substantially, the National Agricultural Library's budget has decreased.

 
 
 
NAL, NLM, and LC Budget Increases
 
Comparison of National Agricutural Library, National Library of Medicine and the Library of Congress Budget.
Year NAL Congressional Appropriation
(000)
Increase/
Decrease
 
(000)
NLM
 
 
(000)
Increase/
Decrease
 
(000)
LC
 
 
(000)
Increase/
Decrease
 
(000)
1990 $14,676          
1991 $16,798 $2,122 $91,182      
1992 $17,715 $917 $98,937 $7,755    
1993 $17,715 $0 $103,496 $4,559    
1994 $18,155 $440 $117,783 $14,287    
1995 $18,307 $152 $127,723 $9,940    
1996 $19,464 $1,157 $139,111 $11,388 $261,497  
1997 $19,319 ($145) $150,329 $11,218 $265,853 $4,356
1998 $19,208 ($111) $160,516 $10,187 $277,775 $11,922
1999 $19,948 $740 $181,014 $20,498 $279,645 $1,870
2000 $20,050 $102 $213,730 $32,716 $308,628 $28,983
2001 $20,359 $309 $250,000 $36,270    

 
*Final calculation of FY 2001 budget has not yet been completed.
  FY 2001 NLM figure is an estimate.

 
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