Fiscal Year 2015 Budget of the U.S. Government

President's GPS Program Budget Request for Fiscal Year 2015:

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  • Location Privacy Protection Act (Apr 8) We updated our geolocation privacy page to reflect Sen. Franken's March 27 reintroduction of the Location Privacy Protection Act (S. 2171).
  • Enhanced Loran Language Passes House (Apr 7) We updated our LORAN legislation page to reflect the recent passage of the Coast Guard bill at the committee and House levels. We also updated our link to Section 221 of the bill, which is the provision concerning eLoran as a possible backup to GPS.
  • March Newsletter Released (Mar 14) The March 2014 issue of "GPS Tracker" includes information on the FY 2015 budget request for GPS, the recent GPS launch, and the legislation promoting eLoran as a potential GPS backup.
  • FY 2015 Budget Details Released (Mar 11) We published a new page listing all known line items in the President's budget for the Air Force GPS program and related activities at the Department of Transportation. The DOT request includes $27 million for civil GPS requirements, $103.6 million for WAAS, and more. Our webpage links directly to the original source documents containing full details about each program/budget activity.
  • President Requests $1.0135 Billion for Air Force GPS Program (Mar 5) The President's budget for Fiscal Year 2015 includes a total of $1.0135B for the Air Force GPS program, including $344.5M in procurement and $669M in RDT&E. A more detailed breakout of those categories should become available on March 11.
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