Sponsored Program Annual Report / Graduate School of Business & Public Policy Overview. Fiscal Year 2002
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
Graduate School of Business & Public Policy
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The Naval Postgraduate School has a strong Sponsored Program that has grown steadily to provide the faculty and staff support that is required to sustain a strong and viable graduate school. In fiscal year 2002, the Naval Postgraduate School had available over $80M in sponsored program funding. This amount included multi-year projects from FY01 and those continuing into FY03. The total expenditures in FY02 exceeded $57M. An overview of the NPS Program is provided below, as well as data for the organizational units involved in sponsored program activities.
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