FYI This Week is an authoritative science policy newsletter, issued each Monday morning, that highlights major science policy events of the upcoming week and summarizes science policy news from the previous week, with a focus on the physical sciences.

Nuclear submarine

- Lab Officials to Speak at Nuke Summit
- Top-Level Defense R&D Officials Confirmed
- Intel Community Comments on R&D Threats
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

FY19 Budget

- Budget Deal Authorizes Huge Spending Increases
- FY19 Trump Budget Request Released
- Biden Headlining AAAS Meeting
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

OMB director reviewing budget

- FY18 Spending Deadline, FY19 Budget Rollout Approaching
- Nuclear Posture Review Released
- NSTC Begins Restructuring
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

- Science Committee Examining DOE Reorg
- NSF and NIST Directors Head to Hill
- Trump Picks USGS Director
- Workforce Reduction Plans Arriving in Feb
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

- Science Agencies Shut Down
- China Fast Approaching US R&D Spending Lead
- National Defense Strategy Highlights Innovation
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Trump at Camp David

- FY18 Spending Deadline Arrives Again
- DOD R&D Nominee Faces Hearing
- Science & Engineering Indicators Set for Release
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Rep. Fred Upton

- DOE ‘Modernization’ Hearings Kick Off
- Earth Sciences Decadal Arrives
- AAPT, AAS, AMS Meetings Under Way 
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Arecibo radar image

- Funding Negotiations in High Gear
- Earth Science Decadal Set for Release
- Science Bills in Motion
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities

Capitol building in the winter

- Final Tax Bill Keeps Higher Education Incentives
- DOE Reorganizing Science, Energy R&D
- STEM Education Bills on House Floor Today
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities 

Mural of the founders of the National Academy of Sciences

- Research Reproducibility Study Begins
- National Competitiveness Forum Convenes
- Federal Funding Extended Two Weeks
- Plus: In Case You Missed It / Events / Opportunities 

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