August 7, 2020
OSHA Secures $24 Million Funding Hike In Congress’ Year-End Budget Deal
Congress’ year-end budget deal gives OSHA just under $582 million in funding through the remainder of fiscal year 2020, a $24 million increase above both the FY19 enacted level and President Donald Trump’s budget request and the highest level ever for the agency, with the new funds largely allocated to enforcement and state plans. The spending agreement , which Trump signed into law on Dec. 21, also boosts the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s current funding by $6.5...
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