Of that, $349 million has been allocated for the Center for Devices and Radiological Health, placing it in the middle of the pack. According to the Journal, which notes that the budget has been passed by a Senate committee but has yet to be voted by the chamber, the breakdown is as follows: âEUR¢ $783 million for the Center for Food Safety and Applied nutrition. âEUR¢ $873 million for the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. âEUR¢ $349 million for the Center for Devices and Radiological Health. âEUR¢ $305 million for the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. âEUR¢ $156 million for the Center for Veterinary Medicine. The lion's share of the increase is headed toward the agency's beleaguered food arm, which faced a number of problems with food safety over the past year. The is could be really good news for CDRH, which has often said that underfunding was at the root of many of its problems. Perhaps this boost will enable it to address problems more quickly and effectively.