The Senate Appropriations Committee helps write the legislation that allocates federal funds to government agencies, departments, and organizations on an annual basis. It is responsible for reviewing the President's budget request, hearing testimony from government officials and other witnesses, and drafting the spending plans for the coming fiscal year.
As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Manchin ensures that federal spending is targeted towards priorities that strengthen our nation and protect, promote, and benefit West Virginians. Through this role, Senator Manchin helps drive entrepreneurship and innovation in the Mountain State and across the country. He works to ensure that federal agencies are making smart investments with taxpayer dollars in the needs of rural communities, ranging from transportation and communications infrastructure to programs that address opioid misuse and grow small businesses in West Virginia.
FY23 APPROPRIATIONS REQUESTS
Senator Manchin is committed to ensuring that West Virginia's priorities are addressed through each year's spending bills. That's why it's important to hear from West Virginians like you on what each year's budget should prioritize. If your organization participates in federally funded programs, please click on the link for Programmatic Requests and fill out the form with your appropriations request. Note that requests must comply with Senate rules. This year, the Appropriations Committee will once again allow communities and non-profits to request targeted funding through Congressionally Directed Spending. If you would like to make a request for your community, please click on the link for Congressionally Directed Spending Requests and fill out the form.
Please note that the deadline for submission of both Programmatic Requests and Congressionally Directed Spending Requests is 11:59PM on Sunday, April 10th.
For assistance with these forms, please call the office at (202) 224-3954 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Statement of Interest: Senator Manchin’s staff is available to provide feedback and to discuss proposals before submission. A statement of interest, including a short description of the project and a general budget for the proposal, may be submitted to email@example.com, and a staff member will contact you to discuss your proposal.
PROJECTS BY COUNTY
Click on a county on the map below to view requested projects in each county.
FY23 CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING REQUEST DISCLOSURES
The Senate Appropriations Committee helps write legislation to allocate federal funds to government agencies, departments and organizations on an annual basis. As a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, Senator Manchin works to ensure that federal spending is targeted towards priorities that strengthens our country and promotes, protects and benefits West Virginia.
The following requests were submitted for consideration by communities and non-profit organizations across West Virginia, and were awarded funding through the Senate Appropriations Committee for FY22: https://www.manchin.senate.gov/download/fy22-wv-earmarks
PROJECTS BY COUNTY
Click on a county on the map below to view awarded projects in each county.
In addition to the projects by county (above), the following statewide proposed projects were awarded.
|Subcommittee||Funding Request ($000)||Project Purpose||Recipient|
This project will support Generation West Virginia's (GWV) NewForce program. NewForce is a six-month, technology skills training program addressing the worker-skill mismatch limiting tech industry growth in the state. NewForce prepares underemployed jobseekers with no prior coding experience for their first tech job and connects them with high-quality, salaried software development jobs that can be done remotely. NewForce is a partnership between GWV, Mountwest Community and Technical College, and the West Virginia Community and Technical College System (WVCTCS). Through this partnership, students can earn up to 45 academic credits for the six-month program, and we are able to offer a "Learn and Earn" incentive to employers for hiring NewForce graduates through reimbursing 50% of a new hire's salary for six months.
|Generation West Virginia|
This project will support, sustain and enhance West Virginia 211, West Virginia's information and referral resource.
|West Virginia 211|
This funding will help the West Virginia Municipal League and WVU establish the West Virginia Cities Forward initiative to boost the ability of West Virginia's cities to boost their economies.
|West Virginia Municipal League|
||West Virginia Land Stewardship Corporation|
This funding will help complete U.S. Route 121 in West Virginia, also known as the Coalfields Expressway.
|WV Division of Highways|