There are some differences in the level of the increase. According to Peter Harsha at the CRA blog,
Under the agreement, NSF would receive a 6 percent increase, slightly below the 7.8 percent increase called for in the ACI, but $335 million more than FY 2006.But according to the AAAS funding update,
The National Science Foundation (NSF) would receive the full requested increase of 7.7 percent or $334 million for its core Research & Related Activities (R&RA) account to $4.7 billion. This funding would allow most research directorates to reverse declining funding of recent years with increases of between 6 and 8 percent. Total NSF R&D would climb 7.0 percent to $4.5 billion within a total budget of $5.9 billion, reversing two years of cuts in 2005 and 2006Of course, the President still has to sign the bill. But since the ACI was his idea, one can be hopeful.