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Performance Budget Submission for Congressional Justification

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Exhibit L. Authorizing Legislation1

Legislation 2005 Amount Authorized 2005 Appropriation 2006 Amount Authorized FY 2006 Budget Request
Research on Health Costs, Quality, and Outcomes:
Secs. 301 & 926(a) PHSA
Research on Health Costs, Quality, and Outcomes:
Part A of Title XI of the Social Security Act (SSA) Section 1142(i)2,3
Budget Authority
Medicare Trust Funds4,3
Subtotal BA & MTF
Expired5   Expired5  
Program Support: Section 301 PHSA Indefinite $0 Indefinite $0
Evaluation Funds: Section 927 (c) PHSA Indefinite $318,695,000 Indefinite $318,695,000
   Total appropriations   $318,695,000   $318,695,000
Total appropriation against definite authorizations - - - -

Note: SSAN = Such Sums As Necessary.

1 Section 487(d) (3) (B) PHSA makes one percent of the funds appropriated to NIH and ADAMHA for National Research Service Awards available to AHRQ. Because these reimbursable funds are not included in AHRQ's appropriation language, they have been excluded from this table.
2 Pursuant to Section 1142 of the Social Security Act, FY 1997 funds for the medical treatment effectiveness activity are to be appropriated against the total authorization level in the following manner: 70% of the funds are to be appropriated from Medicare Trust Funds (MTF); 30% of the funds are to be appropriated from general budget authority.
3 No specific amounts are authorized for years following FY 1994.
4 Funds appropriated against Title XI of the Social Security Act authorization are from the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Funds (60%) and the Federal Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Funds (40%).
5 Expired September 30, 1994.

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