Fiscal Year 2022 Program Funding

Updated October 25, 2021

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

This page lists the FY 2022 funding amounts requested, authorized, and appropriated 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 bills, report language, and agency budget justifications submitted to Congress.

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The U.S. government is currently operating under a continuing resolution that funds the GPS program at FY 2020 levels through December 3, 2021. View law at congress.gov

Defense Appropriations

BILL

The President's budget for FY 2022 requests $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)

Bill Status

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House
Subcommittee
House
Committee
House
Floor
House-Senate
Conference
Committee
House
Floor
President
6/30/2021
H.R. 4432
7/13/2021
H.R. 4432
TBD
H.R. 4432
 
Senate
Subcommittee
Senate
Committee
Senate
Floor
  Senate
Floor
 
Skipped Skipped    

Funding Marks

Program
Line Item
President's
Budget
Request
House
Mark
Senate
Mark
Procurement: GPS III Follow-On Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 6, "GPS03C / GPS III Follow On"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$601.418M $601.418M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$582.918M
(−$8.5M vs request)
View PDF (700 KB)
Procurement: GPS III Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 7, "GPSIII / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$84.452M $77.862M
(−$6.6M vs request)
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$82.452M
(−$2M vs request)
View PDF (700 KB)
Procurement: Space Mods
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 20, "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 Unclear
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$0.081M
View PDF (700 KB)
Procurement: Initial Spares/Repair Parts
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 22, "SSPARE / Spares and 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 $0.439M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$0.439M
View PDF (700 KB)
Development: GPS III
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 42 / "PE 1203265SF / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$7.207M $7.207M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$7.207M
View PDF (700 KB)
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 $264.265M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$240.251M
(−$24.014M vs request)
View PDF (700 KB)
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 $413.766M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$402.532M
(−$11.234M vs request)
View PDF (700 KB)
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 $434.194M
View PDF (9.5 MB)
$434.194M
View PDF (700 KB)
TOTAL $1.805822B $1.799222B
(−$6.6M vs request)
$1.760074B
(−$45.748M vs request)

Rescission

Space Integration Readiness Report

The House report "directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy and the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space Acquisition and Integration to jointly develop, in consultation with the Service Secretaries, the Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, and the Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a recommended approach to measure and track the readiness of space-capabilities installed in weapons platforms and other systems fielded. The draft plan on proposed approaches for a space integration readiness report shall be provided to the congressional defense committees not later than 120 days after the enactment of this Act, with a final plan ready to begin implementation submitted one year after the enactment of this Act." The report language specifically mentions GPS receivers. View source (9.5 MB PDF)

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Transportation Appropriations

BILL

The President's budget for the Department of Transportation requests $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.

Bill Status

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House
Subcommittee
House
Committee
House
Floor
House-Senate
Conference
Committee
House
Floor
President
7/12/2021
H.R. 4550
7/16/2021
H.R. 4550
7/29/2021
H.R. 4502
 
Senate
Subcommittee
Senate
Committee
Senate
Floor
  Senate
Floor
 
Skipped Skipped    

Funding Marks

Program
Line Item
President's
Budget
Request
House
Mark
Senate
Mark
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 $97.143M
View PDF (2 MB)
$92.143M
(−$5M vs request)
View PDF (600 KB)
GPS Backup/Complementary PNT Technologies Research
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
(NOTE: Figures here only reflect one element of the $43.363 million line item)

View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$10M $10M
View PDF (2 MB)
$15M
(+$5M vs request)
View PDF (600 KB)
Executive Order 13905 Implementation and GPS Signal Authentication
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
(NOTE: Figures here only reflect one element of the $43.363 million line item)

View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$3.5M $3.5M
View PDF (2 MB)
$3.5M
View PDF (600 KB)
GNSS Performance Monitoring and Interference Detection Capability
Office of the Secretary of Transportation, Research and Technology
(NOTE: Figures here only reflect one element of the $43.363 million line item)

View justification (3.3 MB PDF)
$3.5M $3.5M
View PDF (2 MB)
$3.5M
View PDF (600 KB)

Complementary PNT

The Senate explanatory statement includes this explanation: "The Committee recommendation provides the Secretary $15,000,000 to establish a program that leads to wide adoption of multiple technologies that provides the necessary GPS backup and complementary PNT as identified by the Department's report. Funding will enable, among other things, the development of safety-critical PNT requirements and standards, vulnerability and performance testing, certification protocols for safety-critical functions, the procurement of services as deemed appropriate by the Department, and user adoption models in order to facilitate the responsible use of resilient PNT services to meet Federal requirements for widespread adoption. The Committee expects the Department to report its findings and recommendations enabling GPS backup to the Committee within 1 year of enactment of this Act." View source (600 KB PDF)

The House report "directs DOT to develop system requirements for PNT functions that support safety-critical services and to develop standards, test procedures, and monitoring capabilities to ensure that PNT services meet these safety and resilience requirements. The Committee directs DOT to provide its plan to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations on how it will develop these requirements and standards and implement the technologies within six months after enactment of this Act. The Committee understands the need to develop complementary PNT user adoption approaches, and therefore directs the Secretary to report its findings and recommendations enabling GPS backup and complementary PNT to the Committee within 180 days of providing the requested implementation plan." View source (2 MB PDF)

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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Defense Authorization

BILL

The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) includes policy and funding guidance for the GPS program but does not expend funds from the U.S. Treasury.

Bill Status

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House
Subcommittee
House
Committee
House
Floor
House-Senate
Conference
Committee
House
Floor
President
7/28/2021
H.R. 4350
9/1/2021
H.R. 4350
9/23/2021
H.R. 4350
 
Senate
Subcommittee
Senate
Committee
Senate
Floor
  Senate
Floor
 
7/19/2021
S. 2792
7/22/2021
S. 2792
TBD
S. 2792
 

Funding Marks

Program
Line Item
President's
Budget
Request
House
Mark
Senate
Mark
Procurement: GPS III Follow-On Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 6, "GPS03C / GPS III Follow On"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$601.418M $601.418M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$601.418M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
Procurement: GPS III Satellites
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 7, "GPSIII / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (5 MB PDF)
$84.452M $84.452M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$84.452M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
Procurement: Space Mods
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 20, "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 $0.081M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$0.081M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
Procurement: Initial Spares/Repair Parts
Procurement, Space Force, Line Item 22, "SSPARE / Spares and 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 $0.439M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$0.439M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
Development: GPS III
RDT&E, Space Force, Line Item No. 42 / "PE 1203265SF / GPS III Space Segment"
View justification (7 MB PDF)
$7.207M $7.207M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$7.207M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
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 $264.265M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$264.265M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
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 $413.766M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$413.766M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
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 $434.194M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
$434.194M
View PDF (3.6 MB)
TOTAL $1.805822B $1.805822B $1.805822B

Alternate PNT Constellation

The House report "directs the Secretary of the Air Force, in coordination with the Director of the Air Force Research Lab and the Chief of Space Operations, to provide a briefing to the House Committee on Armed Services not later than December 31, 2021, on a detailed funding, development, procurement, and launch plan to deploy an alternate PNT constellation that provides the following capabilities: (1) rapid deployment of PNT satellites to address emerging electronic warfare threats to GPS; (2) regional military signal protection to resist jamming and on-orbit reprogrammability to counter spoofing; and (3) active Electronically Steered Phased Array antenna that can be configured to support simultaneous area of operations broadcasting independent and unique signal configurations." View source (3.6 MB PDF)

The Senate report "directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide a briefing to the congressional defense committees, not later than March 31, 2022, on an alternate Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) constellation that provides the capabilities for the rapid deployment of alternate PNT satellites to address emerging threats to GPS jamming and spoofing." View source (3.6 MB PDF)

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