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Obama Administration Releases Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Request

March 4th, 2014

On March 4, the Obama administration released its

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fiscal year (FY) 2015 budget request. Because of the two-year budget agreement passed by Congress, the administration has little flexibility to adjust priorities within the overall budget. The National Coalition for History (NCH) has created a chart showing the budgets of all major federal agency programs affecting history, archives and education. FY 15 budget request (rev 3-6-14). Read More…

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NHPRC Proposes Major Changes To Its Grant-Making Process

March 4th, 2014

The National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) recently issued proposed new guidelines that will make significant changes in its grant making process. In response to requests by affected stakeholders, the NHPRC has extended the comment period until March 31, 2014. More information can

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Report Shows Strong Economic Benefits Generated by National Parks

March 4th, 2014

Boosted by an additional 4 million visitors in 2012, national parks across the country continued to be important economic engines, generating $26.75 billion in economic activity and supporting 243,000 jobs, according to a recent peer-reviewed report released by the National Park Service. Read the full article »