Today I am releasing the latest analysis of the U.S. federal government’s proposed investments in intangible as outlined in the President’s budget request for FY 2022. This request continues the increase in intangible investments, rising to over a quarter (28%) of discretionary spending and over two-fifths (42%) for nondefense discretionary spending. Yet, the federal government has no coherent set of policies for fostering intangible assets nor any management plans in place for the appropriate utilization of these intangible assets in any systematic way for revenue generation.
The full analysis can be found here:
Earlier budget analysis can be found here: Federal investments in intangibles – President’s proposed FY 2014 budget and Federal investments in intangibles – President’s proposed FY 2016 budget.