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Get Ahead with Exclusive FY 2025 Federal Budget Request Analysis

This free executive summary of GovWin's FY 2025 Federal Budget Request: Priorities and Opportunities report highlights the major government contracting priorities, initiatives and trends outlined within the President's FY 2025 budget request. Submit the request form to access exclusive analysis designed to help you get ahead on strategic sales planning.

Get Ahead with Exclusive FY 2025 Federal Budget Request Analysis

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What's Inside

Produced by GovWin’s industry-leading Federal Market Analysis team, this timely report analyzes and breaks down the proposed program investments and policy directives outlined in the Biden Administration’s $1.7T FY 2025 discretionary budget request. It delivers a comprehensive view of upcoming federal spending plans to support federal government contractors in their strategic business development planning efforts with forward-looking trends and tactical spending insights.

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Key FY 2025 Federal Budget Request Takeaways:


Regulated Budget Parameters

The FY 2025 $1.7T discretionary budget request adheres to limits established in the Fiscal Responsibility Act, which requires targeted cuts.

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Funding Administration Priorities

The budget request continues to drive the major priorities of the Biden Administration’s management agenda, such as public health, cybersecurity, climate change and technology advancement.

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Advancing Technology Innovation

Priorities to sustain U.S. technological leadership will drive significant R&D and technology innovation opportunities in AI, high performance computing, quantum information systems, robotics, advanced communications technologies, biotechnology and cybersecurity.


The Fiscal Responsibility Act of 2023, passed in June 2023, suspended the federal debt limit and established new spending limits that informed the House and Senate budget allocations for FY 2024. The FY 2025 budget request adheres to the limits set in the FRA.

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