The National Institutes to the National Academies report released on Tuesday is a must read if you want to know what the new president will do to the VA, NIH, and other health care systems.
As you read the report, keep in mind that its title is “Getting the Job done.”
As you see, it is a pretty big undertaking, with a lot of work to do.
But, at least, its title indicates the report is aimed at the VA and other big-ticket health care agencies, which tend to be a little bit smaller and less well-funded than the VA.
It also notes that the NIH has “been the focus of much of the recent attention.”
The NIH spends $19 billion a year on programs for veterans, including $1.3 billion for the VA in 2017.
But the NIH spends only $5.8 billion a month on health care services for all veterans, excluding the VA itself, and only $1,077 per month on medical care for all health care workers.
The VA spends $7,847 per month, on average, on health services for veterans.
As the report notes, that’s less than 1% of VA spending, compared to $25 billion per year for the entire U.S. economy.
The NIH spent $19.3 million in 2017 on the VA for medical care, and $7.2 million on the health care of VA workers, according to the report.
(That includes the VA medical care that is provided to the public.)
The NIH has not spent any money on its own medical care services since 2010, when it announced a $2.6 billion investment.
That was part of an effort to build a new Veterans Health Administration hospital.
The agency is still trying to build the facility.
The report also notes the NIH is spending about $5 billion a day on the National Science Foundation (NSF), which is not all that surprising.
NSF grants help pay for research.
That is, the NIH awards grants for research that is relevant to its mission.
But that’s not all.
The NSF also funds programs that promote the use of science and technology, such as the Center for Science and Human Values, a research arm of the NSF that has been criticized for promoting climate change denial.
The government has funded more than $300 million in climate change research since 2010.
The Office of Science is an independent research arm within the Department of Energy that conducts research in areas like climate change, energy, and health.
The National Science Board has also been criticized by some conservatives for its climate denial.
So, as you read this report, do not be surprised if you see a lot more money being spent on health and science programs for the future of the U.