Fiscal Year 2022 Program Funding

Updated June 2, 2021

Budget of the U.S. Government | Fiscal Year 2022 | Office of Management and Budget | The White House | Washington

On May 28, 2021, the White House released President Biden's Fiscal Year 2022 budget proposal. This page lists the FY 2022 funding amounts requested for each element of the nation's GPS program, as well as other related budget items.

Each line item below provides external links to original source documents, including agency budget justifications submitted to Congress.

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Defense Appropriations

REQUEST

The President's budget for FY 2022 includes $1.8 billion for the Department of Defense (DOD) GPS program, including U.S. Space Force procurement and research, development, testing, and evaluation (RDT&E). View source (10 MB PDF)

Funding Marks

Program
Line Item
President's
Budget
Request
Procurement: GPS III Follow-On Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 6, "GPS03C / GPS III Follow On"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$601.418M
Procurement: GPS III Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 7, "GPSIII / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$84.452M
Procurement: Space Mods
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 17, "SPCMOD / Space Mods Space","NAVSTAR Global Positioning"
(NOTE: Figures here only reflect GPS elements of the $64.371 million line item)

View justification (5 MB PDF)
$0.081M
Procurement: Initial Spares/Repair Parts
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 19, "SSPARE / Initial Spares/Repair Parts", "NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (Control Segment)"
(NOTE: Figures here only reflect GPS elements of the $1.282 million line item)

View justification (5 MB PDF)
$0.439M
Development: GPS III
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 42 / "PE 1203265SF / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$7.207M
Development: GPS III Follow-On Satellites
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 15 / "PE 1203269SF / GPS III Follow-On (GPS IIIF)"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$264.265M
Development: Next Generation Operational Control System (OCX) and GPS Enterprise Integrator
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 49 / "PE 1206423SF / Global Positioning System III - Operational Control Segment"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$413.766M
Development: Military GPS User Equipment (MGUE)
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 3 / "PE 1203164SF / NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (User Equipment) (SPACE)"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$434.194M
TOTAL $1.805822B

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Transportation Appropriations

REQUEST

The President's request for the Department of Transportation includes $97.143 million to operate a civil GPS augmentation system (WAAS) in FY 2022. It also includes $17 million in investments intended to support a more resilient civil GPS and to enable more responsible positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) usage.

Funding Marks

Program
Line Item
President's
Budget
Request
Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) for GPS
FAA Facilities & Equipment, Activity 2, Budget Item 2D02, "Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) for GPS"
View justification (4.7 MB PDF)
$97.143M
GPS Backup/Complementary PNT Technologies Research
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$10M
Executive Order 13905 Implementation and GPS Signal Authentication
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$3.5M
GNSS Performance Monitoring and Interference Detection Capability
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$3.5M

National Timing Resilience and Security Act

The DOT budget request includes a proposal to repeal the National Timing Resilience and Security Act. View justification (3.3 MB PDF)

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