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Federal Agency Reports FY18

The University of Michigan is an essential partner with the federal government, helping to maintain and strengthen the national security, innovation and research agenda. This partnership covered 55 percent of the university’s total volume of research last year. Learn more below about how seven federal agencies support the U-M research enterprise.

Department of Commerce

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the Department of Commerce totaled $10.2 million. Learn more about how DoC funding supports U-M research.

Department of Defense

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the Department of Defense totaled $78.5 million. Learn more about how DoD funding supports U-M research.

Department of Energy

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the Department of Energy totaled $40.6 million. Learn more about how DoE funding supports U-M research.

Department of Transportation

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the Department of Transportation totaled $8.8 million. Learn more about how DoT funding supports U-M research.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration totaled $29.1 million. Learn more about how NASA funding supports U-M research.

National Institutes of Health

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the National Institutes of Health totaled $537.7 million. Learn more about how NIH funding supports U-M research.

National Science Foundation

  • In FY 2018, U-M research expenditures under contract with the National Science Foundation totaled $82.8 million. Learn more about how NSF funding supports U-M research.