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--H.R.5006--
H.R.5006
One Hundred Second Congress of the United States of America
AT THE SECOND SESSION
Begun and held at the City of Washington on Friday, the third day of January,
one thousand nine hundred and ninety-two
An Act
To authorize appropriations for fiscal year 1993 for military activities
of the Department of Defense, for military construction, and for defense
activities of the Department of Energy, to prescribe personnel strengths for
such fiscal year for the Armed Forces, to provide for defense conversion,
and for other purposes.
  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
  This Act may be cited as the `National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Year 1993'.
SEC. 2. ORGANIZATION OF ACT INTO DIVISIONS; TABLE OF CONTENTS.
  (a) DIVISIONS- This Act is organized into four divisions as follows:
  (1) Division A--Department of Defense Authorizations.
  (2) Division B--Military Construction Authorizations.
  (3) Division C--Department of Energy National Security Authorizations and
  Other Authorizations.
  (4) Division D--Defense Conversion, Reinvestment, and Transition Assistance
  (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS- The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title.
Sec. 2. Organization of Act into divisions; table of contents.
Sec. 3. Congressional defense committees defined.
Sec. 4. General limitation.
DIVISION A--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS
TITLE I--PROCUREMENT
Subtitle A--Funding Authorizations
Sec. 101. Army.
Sec. 102. Navy and Marine Corps.
Sec. 103. Air Force.
Sec. 104. Defense Agencies.
Sec. 105. Defense Inspector General.
Sec. 106. Reserve components.
Sec. 107. Chemical Demilitarization Program.
Sec. 108. Multiyear procurement authorization.
Subtitle B--Army Programs
Sec. 111. M-1 Abrams tank program.
Sec. 112. Procurement of AHIP scout helicopters.
Sec. 113. AH-64 Apache helicopter modifications.
Sec. 114. Armored vehicle upgrades.
Sec. 115. Chemical agent monitoring program.
Subtitle C--Navy Programs
Sec. 121. Shipbuilding and conversion programs.
Sec. 122. Airborne self protection jammer.
Sec. 123. AV-8B Harrier radar upgrade program.
Subtitle D--Air Force Programs (Nonstrategic)
Sec. 131. C-135 aircraft program.
Sec. 132. Live-fire survivability testing of C-17 aircraft.
Sec. 133. Correction of fuel leaks on C-17 production aircraft.
Sec. 134. C-17 aircraft program.
Sec. 135. Tactical electronic warfare aircraft upgrade program.
Sec. 136. F-16 aircraft program.
Subtitle E--Defense-Wide Programs
Sec. 141. Funding for certain tactical intelligence programs.
Sec. 142. MH-47E/MH-60K helicopter modification programs.
Subtitle F--Strategic Programs
Sec. 151. B-2 bomber aircraft program.
Sec. 152. Modernization of heavy bomber force.
Subtitle G--Chemical Demilitarization Program
Sec. 171. Change in chemical weapons stockpile elimination deadline.
Sec. 172. Chemical demilitarization citizens advisory commissions.
Sec. 173. Evaluation of alternative technologies.
Sec. 174. Alternative disposal process for low-volume sites.
Sec. 175. Revised chemical weapons disposal concept plan.
Sec. 176. Report on destruction of nonstockpile chemical material.
Sec. 177. Physical and chemical integrity of the chemical weapons stockpile.
Sec. 178. Sense of Congress concerning international consultation and
exchange program.
Sec. 179. Technical amendments to section 1412.
Sec. 180. Definition of low-volume site.
Subtitle H--Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support Initiative
Sec. 191. Short title.
Sec. 192. Policy.
Sec. 193. Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support Initiative.
Sec. 194. Facilities contracts.
Sec. 195. Reporting requirement.
TITLE II--RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION
Subtitle A--Authorizations
Sec. 201. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 202. Amount for basic research and exploratory development.
Sec. 203. Manufacturing technology development.
Sec. 204. Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program.
Sec. 205. Endowment for Defense Industrial Cooperation.
Subtitle B--Program Requirements, Restrictions, and Limitations
Sec. 211. V-22 Osprey aircraft program.
Sec. 212. Special operations variant of the V-22 Osprey aircraft.
Sec. 213. Extension of prohibition on testing Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical
Laser against an object in space.
Sec. 214. Navy tactical aviation programs.
Sec. 215. One-year delay in transfer of management responsibility for Navy
mine countermeasures program.
Sec. 216. Light Armored Vehicle 105-millimeter gun (LAV-105) program.
Sec. 217. Advanced research projects.
Sec. 218. Revision to Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Project.
Subtitle C--Missile Defense Programs
Sec. 231. Theater Missile Defense Initiative.
Sec. 232. Strategic Defense Initiative funding.
Sec. 233. Reporting requirements and transfer authorities for TMDI and SDI.
Sec. 234. Revision of the Missile Defense Act of 1991.
Sec. 235. Development and testing of anti-ballistic missile systems or
components.
Sec. 236. Limitation regarding support services contracts of the Strategic
Defense Initiative Organization.
Subtitle D--Other Matters
Sec. 241. Medical countermeasures against biowarfare threats.
Sec. 242. National Aero-Space Plane.
Sec. 243. LANDSAT remote-sensing satellite program.
TITLE III--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
Subtitle A--Authorizations of Appropriations
Sec. 301. Operation and maintenance funding.
Sec. 302. Working capital funds.
Sec. 303. Armed Forces Retirement Home.
Sec. 304. Humanitarian assistance.
Sec. 305. Support for the 1994 World Cup Games.
Sec. 306. Transfer authority.
Subtitle B--Limitations
Sec. 311. Prohibition on the use of certain funds for Pentagon Reservation.
Sec. 312. Prohibition on the use of funds for certain service contracts.
Subtitle C--Environmental Provisions
Sec. 321. Extension of reimbursement requirement for contractors handling
hazardous wastes from defense facilities.
Sec. 322. Extension of prohibition on use of environmental restoration funds
for payment of fines and penalties.
Sec. 323. Pilot program for expedited environmental response actions.
Sec. 324. Overseas environmental restoration.
Sec. 325. Evaluation of use of ozone-depleting substances by the Department
of Defense.
Sec. 326. Elimination of use of class I ozone-depleting substances in certain
military procurement contracts.
Sec. 327. Prohibition on the purchase of surety bonds and other guaranties
for the Department of Defense.
Sec. 328. Legacy Resource Management Fellowship Program.
Sec. 329. Supplemental authorization of appropriations for fiscal year 1992.
Sec. 330. Indemnification of transferees of closing defense property.
Sec. 331. Extension of authority to issue surety bonds for certain
environmental programs.
Sec. 332. Report on indemnification of contractors performing environmental
restoration.
Subtitle D--Defense Business Operations Fund
Sec. 341. Limitations on the use of Defense Business Operations Fund.
Sec. 342. Capital asset subaccount.
Sec. 343. Limitation on obligations against Defense Business Operations Fund.
Subtitle E--Depot-Level Activities
Sec. 351. Depot-level tactical missile maintenance.
Sec. 352. Limitations on the performance of depot-level maintenance of
materiel.
Sec. 353. Requirement of competition for the performance of workloads
previously performed by depot-level activities of the Department of Defense.
Sec. 354. Repeal of requirement for competition pilot program for depot-level
maintenance of materials.
Subtitle F--Commissaries and Military Exchanges
Sec. 361. Standardization of certain programs and activities of military
exchanges.
Sec. 362. Accountability regarding the financial management and use of
nonappropriated funds.
Sec. 363. Demonstration program for the operation of certain commissary
stores by nonappropriated fund instrumentalities.
Sec. 364. Release of information regarding sales at commissary stores.
Sec. 365. Use of commissary stores by members of the Ready Reserve.
Subtitle G--Other Matters
Sec. 371. Extension of certain guidelines for reductions in the number of
civilian positions in the Department of Defense.
Sec. 372. Annual report on security and control of supplies.
Sec. 373. Transportation of donated military artifacts.
Sec. 374. Subcontracting authority for Air Force and Navy depots.
Sec. 375. Consideration of vessel location for the award of layberth contracts
for sealift vessels.
Sec. 376. Pilot program to use National Guard personnel in medically
underserved communities.
Sec. 377. Authority for the issue of uniforms without charge to members of
the Armed Forces.
Sec. 378. Program to commemorate World War II.
Sec. 379. Extension of demonstration project for the use of proceeds from
the sale of certain lost, abandoned, or unclaimed personal property.
Sec. 380. Promotion of civilian marksmanship.
Sec. 381. Extension of authority for aviation depots and naval shipyards to
engage in defense-related production and services.
Sec. 382. Optional defense dependents' summer school programs.
Sec. 383. Review of military flight training activities at civilian airfields.
Sec. 384. Preference for procurement of energy efficient electric equipment.
Sec. 385. Payment of residents of Armed Forces Retirement Home for services.
Sec. 386. Assistance to local educational agencies that benefit dependents
of members of the Armed Forces and Department of Defense civilian employees.
Sec. 387. Treatment of State equalization programs in determinining eligibility
for, and amount of, impact aid.
TITLE IV--MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATIONS
Subtitle A--Active Forces
Sec. 401. End strengths for active forces.
Sec. 402. Waiver and transfer authority.
Sec. 403. Limited exclusion of joint service requirements from a limitation
on the strengths for general and flag officers on active duty.
Sec. 404. Study of distribution of general and flag officer positions in
joint duty assignments.
Subtitle B--Reserve Forces
Sec. 411. End strengths for Selected Reserve.
Sec. 412. End strengths for Reserves on active duty in support of the
reserve components.
Sec. 413. Reserve component force structure.
Subtitle C--Military Training Student Loads
Sec. 421. Authorization of training student loads.
Subtitle D--Limitations
Sec. 431. Reduction in number of personnel carrying out recruiting activities.
Sec. 432. Navy Craft of Opportunity (COOP) program.
Sec. 433. Authorization of appropriations for military personnel.
TITLE V--MILITARY PERSONNEL POLICY
Sec. 500. Reference to personnel policy provisions in title XLIV.
Subtitle A--Officer Personnel Policy
Sec. 501. Reports on plans for officer accessions and assignment of junior
officers.
Sec. 502. Evaluation of effects of officer strength reductions on officer
personnel management systems.
Sec. 503. Selective early retirement.
Sec. 504. Retirement of certain limited duty officers of the Navy.
Sec. 505. Appointment of chiropractors as commissioned officers.
Sec. 506. Clarification of minimum service requirements for certain flight
crew positions.
Sec. 507. One-year extension of authority for temporary promotions of certain
Navy lieutenants.
Subtitle B--Reserve Component Matters
Sec. 511. Pilot program for active component support of Reserves.
Sec. 512. Repeal of requirement for removal of full-time Reserve personnel
from ROTC duty.
Sec. 513. Report concerning certain active Army combat support and combat
service support positions.
Sec. 514. Preference in Guard and Reserve affiliation for voluntarily
separated members.
Sec. 515. Technical correction and codification of requirement of baccalaureate
degree for appointment or promotion of Reserve officers to grades above
first lieutenant or lieutenant (junior grade).
Sec. 516. Disability retired or severance pay for Reserve members disabled
while traveling to or from training.
Sec. 517. Service credit for concurrent enlisted active duty service performed
by ROTC members while in the Selected Reserve.
Sec. 518. Limitation on reduction in number of reserve component medical
personnel.
Sec. 519. One-year extension of certain reserve officer management programs.
Sec. 520. Limitation on reenlistment eligibility for certain former Reserve
officers of Army and Air Force.
Subtitle C--Service Academies
Sec. 521. Repeal of requirement that Deans at United States Military Academy
and Air Force Academy be general officers.
Sec. 522. Academy preparatory schools.
Sec. 523. Composition of faculties at United States Military Academy and
Air Force Academy.
Sec. 524. Noninstructional staff at service academies.
Sec. 525. Authority of United States Military Academy to confer the degree
of master of arts in leadership development.
Subtitle D--Education and Training
Sec. 531. Report on participation of reserve personnel in Air Force
undergraduate pilot training program.
Sec. 532. ROTC scholarships for National Guard.
Sec. 533. Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps program.
Subtitle E--Other Matters
Sec. 541. Retention on active duty of enlisted members within two years of
eligibility for retirement.
Sec. 542. Authority for military school faculty members and students to
accept honoraria for certain scholarly and academic activities.
Sec. 543. Payment for leave accrued and lost by Korean Conflict prisoners
of war.
Sec. 544. Military reserve technicians.
Sec. 545. Air Reserve technicians.
Sec. 546. Mental health evaluations of members of Armed Forces.
Sec. 547. Report on the Selective Service System.
TITLE VI--COMPENSATION AND OTHER PERSONNEL BENEFITS
Sec. 600. Reference to compensation and other personnel benefits in title XLIV.
Subtitle A--Pay and Allowances
Sec. 601. Military pay raise for fiscal year 1993.
Sec. 602. Advance payments in connection with evacuations of personnel.
Subtitle B--Bonuses and Special and Incentive Pays
Sec. 611. Clarification of authority to provide special pay for nonphysician
health care providers.
Sec. 612. Extensions of authorities relating to payment of certain bonuses
and other special pay.
Subtitle C--Travel and Transportation Allowances
Sec. 621. Temporary increase in the number of days a member may be reimbursed
for temporary lodging expenses.
Sec. 622. Prohibition on the assertion of liens on personal property being
transported at Government expense.
Sec. 623. Subsistence reimbursement relating to escorts of foreign arms
control inspection teams.
Sec. 624. References for travel and transportation benefits.
Sec. 625. Evacuation allowances in connection with Hurricane Andrew.
Subtitle D--Retired Pay and Survivor Benefits
Sec. 641. Requirement for proposal on concurrent payment of retired or
retainer pay and veterans' disability compensation.
Sec. 642. Increase in recomputed retired pay for certain enlisted members
credited with extraordinary heroism.
Sec. 643. Modification to Survivor Benefit Plan open enrollment period.
Subtitle E--Other Matters
Sec. 651. Provision of temporary foster care services outside the United
States for children of members of the Armed Forces.
Sec. 652. Reimbursement for adoptions completed during interim between test
and permanent program.
Sec. 653. Protections for dependent victims of abuse by members of the
Armed Forces.
TITLE VII--HEALTH CARE PROVISIONS
Sec. 700. Reference to health care services in title XLIV.
Subtitle A--Health Care Services
Sec. 701. Revisions to dependents' dental program under CHAMPUS.
Sec. 702. Programs relating to the sale of pharmaceuticals.
Sec. 703. Maximum annual amount for deductibles and copayments.
Sec. 704. Comprehensive individual case management program under CHAMPUS.
Sec. 705. Continuation of CHAMPUS coverage for certain medicare participants.
Sec. 706. Medical and dental care for certain incapacitated dependents.
Subtitle B--Health Care Management
Sec. 711. National claims processing system for CHAMPUS.
Sec. 712. Condition on expansion of CHAMPUS reform initiative to other
locations.
Sec. 713. Alternative health care delivery methodologies.
Sec. 714. Managed health care network for Tidewater region of Virginia.
Sec. 715. Positive incentives under the Coordinated Care Program.
Sec. 716. Exception from Federal Acquisition Regulation for managed-care
delivery and reimbursement model.
Subtitle C--Other Matters
Sec. 721. Correction of omission in delay of increase of CHAMPUS deductibles
related to Operation Desert Storm.
Sec. 722. Military health care for persons reliant on health care facilities
at bases being closed or realigned.
Sec. 723. Comprehensive study of the military medical care system.
Sec. 724. Annual beneficiary survey.
Sec. 725. Study on risk-sharing contracts for health care.
Sec. 726. Sense of Congress regarding health care policy for the uniformed
services.
TITLE VIII--ACQUISITION POLICY, ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT, AND RELATED MATTERS
Subtitle A--Acquisition Assistance Programs
Sec. 801. Codification and amendment of section 1207.
Sec. 802. Provisions relating to small disadvantaged businesses and small
businesses.
Sec. 803. Funding for defense research by historically black colleges and
universities.
Sec. 804. Certificate of competency requirements.
Sec. 805. Test program for negotiation of comprehensive small business
subcontracting plans.
Sec. 806. Extension of test program of contracting for printing-related
services for the Department of Defense.
Sec. 807. Pilot Mentor-Protege Program.
Sec. 808. Codification of recurring provision relating to subcontracting
with certain nonprofit agencies.
Subtitle B--Acquisition Management Improvement
Sec. 811. Expansion and extension of authority under major defense acquisition
pilot program.
Sec. 812. Acquisition workforce improvement.
Sec. 813. Certification of contract claims.
Sec. 814. Deadline for report on rights in technical data regulations.
Sec. 815. Requirement to establish single point of contact for information
concerning persons convicted of defense-contract related felonies.
Sec. 816. Extension of program for use of master agreements for procurement
of advisory and assistance services.
Sec. 817. Major defense acquisition program reports.
Sec. 818. Allowable costs.
Sec. 819. Advisory and assistance services for operational test and evaluation.
Sec. 820. Regulations relating to substantial changes in the participation
of a military department in a joint acquisition program.
Sec. 821. Competitive prototyping requirement for development of major
defense acquisition programs.
Subtitle C--Other Matters
Sec. 831. Repeal of procurement limitation on typewriters.
Sec. 832. Procurement limitation on ball bearings and roller bearings.
Sec. 833. Restriction on purchase of sonobuoys.
Sec. 834. Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of `Made in
America' labels.
Sec. 835. Prohibition on purchase of United States defense contractors by
entities controlled by foreign governments.
Sec. 836. Prohibition on award of certain Department of Defense and Department
of Energy contracts to companies owned by an entity controlled by a foreign
government.
Sec. 837. Defense Production Act Amendments.
Sec. 838. Improved national defense control of technology diversions overseas.
Sec. 839. Limitation on sale of assets of certain defense contractor.
Sec. 840. Advance notification of contract performance outside the United
States.
Sec. 841. Acquisition fellowship program.
Sec. 842. Purchase of Angolan petroleum products.
Sec. 843. Authority for the Department of Defense to share equitably the
costs of claims under international armaments cooperation programs.
TITLE IX--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
Subtitle A--Roles and Missions
Sec. 901. Report of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on roles and
missions of the Armed Forces.
Sec. 902. Limitation regarding submission of the roles and missions report
of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Sec. 903. Sense of Congress on cooperation between the Army and the Marine
Corps.
Sec. 904. National Guard and reserve component operational support airlift
study.
Subtitle B--Joint Chiefs of Staff
Sec. 911. Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Subtitle C--Professional Military Education
Sec. 921. Application of definition of principal course of instruction at
the Armed Forces Staff College.
Sec. 922. Plan regarding professional military education test program for
reserve component officers of the Army.
Sec. 923. Foreign Language Center of the Defense Language Institute.
Subtitle D--Other Matters
Sec. 931. Certifications relating to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for
Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict and the Special Operations
Command.
Sec. 932. Study of joint duty requirements.
Sec. 933. Joint duty credit for certain duty performed during Operations
Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
Sec. 934. CINC Initiative Fund.
Sec. 935. Organization of the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations.
Sec. 936. Grade of certain commanders of special operations forces.
Sec. 937. Report on assignment of special operations forces.
TITLE X--GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle A--Financial Matters
Sec. 1001. Transfer authority.
Sec. 1002. Defense budgeting.
Sec. 1003. Treatment of certain `M' account obligations.
Sec. 1004. Additional transition authority regarding closing appropriation
accounts.
Sec. 1005. Clarification of scope of authorizations.
Sec. 1006. Incorporation of classified annex.
Subtitle B--Naval Vessels and Related Matters
Sec. 1011. East Coast homeport for nuclear-powered aircraft carriers.
Sec. 1012. Limitation on overseas ship repairs.
Sec. 1013. Navy mine countermeasure progam.
Sec. 1014. Transfer of certain vessels.
Sec. 1015. Report on compliance with domestic ship repair law.
Sec. 1016. Repeal of requirement for construction of combatant and escort
vessels in Navy yards.
Subtitle C--Fast Sealift Program
Sec. 1021. Procurement of ships for the Fast Sealift Program.
Sec. 1022. Modification of Fast Sealift Program.
Sec. 1023. Report on obligations for strategic sealift.
Sec. 1024. National Defense Sealift Fund.
Subtitle D--Defense Maritime Logistical Readiness
Sec. 1031. Revitalization of United States shipbuilding industry.
Subtitle E--Counter-Drug Activities
Sec. 1041. Additional support for counter-drug activities.
Sec. 1042. Maintenance and operation of equipment.
Sec. 1043. Counter-drug detection and monitoring systems plan.
Sec. 1044. Extension of authority to transfer excess personal property.
Sec. 1045. Pilot outreach program to reduce demand for illegal drugs
Subtitle F--Technical and Clerical Amendments.
Sec. 1051. Reorganization of section 101 definitions.
Sec. 1052. Miscellaneous amendments to title 10, United States Code.
Sec. 1053. Amendments to Public Law 102-190.
Sec. 1054. Amendments to other laws.
Sec. 1055. Coordination with other provisions of Act.
Subtitle G--Amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice
Sec. 1061. Chief judge of the Court of Military Appeals.
Sec. 1062. Retirement of judges of the Court of Military Appeals.
Sec. 1063. Jurisdiction regarding offenses committed during periods of
prior service.
Sec. 1064. Postponement of confinement.
Sec. 1065. Sentencing at rehearings.
Sec. 1066. Amendments to punitive articles.
Sec. 1067. Effective date.
Subtitle H--Other Matters
Sec. 1071. Use of aircraft accident investigation reports.
Sec. 1072. Survivor notification and access to reports relating to service
members who die.
Sec. 1073. Admission of civilians as students at the United States Naval
Postgraduate School.
Sec. 1074. Repeal of certain reporting requirement.
Sec. 1075. Restriction on obligation of funds for new museums.
Sec. 1076. Army military history fellowship program.
Sec. 1077. Election of leave or lump-sum payment for certain employees who
moved between nonappropriated fund employment and Department of Defense or
Coast Guard employment before April 16, 1991.
Sec. 1078. Study and report regarding equity in benefits for temporary
Federal employees.
Sec. 1079. Designation of United States military physicians as civil surgeons
under the Immigration and Nationality Act in connection with the Armed Forces
Immigration Adjustment Act of 1991.
Sec. 1080. Use of Armed Forces insignia on State license plates.
Sec. 1081. Civil-Military Cooperative Action Program.
Sec. 1082. Limitation on support for United States contractors selling
arms overseas.
Sec. 1083. Sense of Congress regarding the time limitations for consideration
of military decorations and awards.
Sec. 1084. Sense of Congress relating to award of the Navy expeditionary
medal to Doolittle Raiders.
Sec. 1085. Sense of Congress regarding award of the Purple Heart to members
killed or wounded in action by friendly fire.
Sec. 1086. Study of effects of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
mobilizations of reserves and members of the National Guard who were
self-employed or owners of small businesses.
Subtitle I--Youth Service Opportunities
Sec. 1091. National Guard civilian youth opportunities pilot program.
Sec. 1092. Civilian Community Corps.
Sec. 1093. Coordination of programs.
Sec. 1094. Other programs of the Commission on National and Community Service.
Sec. 1095. Limitation on obligation of funds.
TITLE XI--ARMY GUARD COMBAT REFORM INITIATIVE
Sec. 1101. Short title.
Subtitle A--Deployability Enhancements
Sec. 1111. Minimum percentage of prior active-duty personnel.
Sec. 1112. Service in Selected Reserve in lieu of active-duty service.
Sec. 1113. Review of officer promotions by commander of associated active
duty unit.
Sec. 1114. Noncommissioned officer education requirements.
Sec. 1115. Initial entry training and nondeployable personnel account.
Sec. 1116. Minimum physical deployability standards.
Sec. 1117. Medical assessments.
Sec. 1118. Dental readiness of members of early deploying units.
Sec. 1119. Combat unit training.
Sec. 1120. Use of combat simulators.
Subtitle B--Assessment of National Guard Capability
Sec. 1121. Deployability rating system.
Sec. 1122. Inspections.
Subtitle C--Compatibility of Guard Units with Active Component Units
Sec. 1131. Active duty associate unit responsibility.
Sec. 1132. Training compatibility.
Sec. 1133. Systems compatibility.
Sec. 1134. Equipment compatibility.
Sec. 1135. Deployment planning reform.
Sec. 1136. Qualification for prior-service enlistment bonus.
Sec. 1137. Study of implementation for all reserve components.
TITLE XII--SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
Subtitle A--Operation Desert Storm
Sec. 1201. Extension of supplemental authorizations for Operation Desert Storm.
Sec. 1202. Authorization of appropriations for fiscal year 1992.
Sec. 1203. Authorization of appropriations for fiscal year 1993.
Sec. 1204. Relationship to other authorizations.
Subtitle B--Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar
Sec. 1211. Supplemental authorization of appropriations for fiscal year 1992.
TITLE XIII--MATTERS RELATING TO ALLIES AND OTHER NATIONS
Subtitle A--Burdensharing
Sec. 1301. Overseas basing activities.
Sec. 1302. Overseas military end strength.
Sec. 1303. Reduction in the authorized end strength for military personnel
in Europe.
Sec. 1304. Reports on overseas basing.
Sec. 1305. Burdensharing contributions by Kuwait.
Subtitle B--Cooperative Agreements and Other Matters Concerning Allies
Sec. 1311. Cooperative military airlift agreements.
Sec. 1312. Cooperative agreements with allies.
Sec. 1313. Authority for government of Oman to receive excess defense articles.
Sec. 1314. Report on possible revisions to the North Atlantic Treaty.
Subtitle C--Matters Relating to the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
Sec. 1321. Nuclear weapons reduction.
Sec. 1322. Volunteers Investing in Peace and Security (VIPS) program.
Subtitle D--Matters Relating to the Middle East and Persian Gulf Region
Sec. 1331. Report on the United States strategic posture in the Middle East
and Persian Gulf region.
Sec. 1332. Prohibition on contracting with entities that comply with the
secondary arab boycott of Israel.
Subtitle E--International Peacekeeping Activities
Sec. 1341. United Nations peacekeeping and enforcement report.
Sec. 1342. Support for peacekeeping activities.
Subtitle F--Overseas Operation and Maintenance Activities
Sec. 1351. Prohibition on payment of severance pay to certain foreign
nationals in the Philippines.
Sec. 1352. Foreign severance costs.
Sec. 1353. Extension of overseas workload program.
Subtitle G--Other Matters
Sec. 1361. Study of providing forward presence of naval forces during
peacetime.
Sec. 1362. Permanent authority to pay certain expenses of personnel of
developing countries for attendance at bilateral or regional cooperation
conferences.
Sec. 1363. Report on proliferation of military-based satellites.
Sec. 1364. Report on international mine clearing efforts in refugee situations.
Sec. 1365. Landmine export moratorium.
TITLE XIV--DEMILITARIZATION OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
Subtitle A--Short Title
Sec. 1401. Short title.
Subtitle B--Findings and Program Authority
Sec. 1411. Demilitarization of the independent states of the former Soviet
Union.
Sec. 1412. Authority for programs to facilitate demilitarization.
Subtitle C--Administrative and Funding Authorities
Sec. 1421. Administration of demilitarization programs.
Subtitle D--Reporting Requirements
Sec. 1431. Prior notice to Congress of obligation of funds.
Sec. 1432. Quarterly reports on programs.
Subtitle E--Joint Research and Development Programs
Sec. 1441. Programs with states of the former Soviet Union.
TITLE XV--NONPROLIFERATION
Sec. 1501. Short title.
Sec. 1502. Sense of Congress.
Sec. 1503. Report on Department of Defense and Department of Energy
nonproliferation activities.
Sec. 1504. Nonproliferation technology initiative.
Sec. 1505. International nonproliferation initiative.
TITLE XVI--IRAN-IRAQ ARMS NON-PROLIFERATION ACT OF 1992
Sec. 1601. Short title.
Sec. 1602. United States policy.
Sec. 1603. Application to Iran of certain Iraq sanctions.
Sec. 1604. Sanctions against certain persons.
Sec. 1605. Sanctions against certain foreign countries.
Sec. 1606. Waiver.
Sec. 1607. Reporting requirement.
Sec. 1608. Definitions.
TITLE XVII--CUBAN DEMOCRACY ACT OF 1992
Sec. 1701. Short title.
Sec. 1702. Findings.
Sec. 1703. Statement of policy.
Sec. 1704. International cooperation.
Sec. 1705. Support for the Cuban people.
Sec. 1706. Sanctions.
Sec. 1707. Policy toward a transitional Cuban government.
Sec. 1708. Policy toward a democratic Cuban government.
Sec. 1709. Existing claims not affected.
Sec. 1710. Enforcement.
Sec. 1711. Definition.
Sec. 1712. Effective date.
TITLE XVIII--FEDERAL CHARTERS FOR PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS
Subtitle A--Military Order of the World Wars
Sec. 1801. Recognition as corporation and grant of Federal charter.
Sec. 1802. Powers.
Sec. 1803. Objects and purposes.
Sec. 1804. Service of process.
Sec. 1805. Membership.
Sec. 1806. Board of directors.
Sec. 1807. Officers of corporation.
Sec. 1808. Prohibition against discrimination.
Sec. 1809. Restrictions.
Sec. 1810. Liability.
Sec. 1811. Books and records.
Sec. 1812. Audit of financial transactions.
Sec. 1813. Annual report.
Sec. 1814. Reservation of right to amend or repeal charter.
Sec. 1815. Tax-exempt status.
Sec. 1816. Termination.
Sec. 1817. Definition.
Subtitle B--Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated
Sec. 1821. Recognition as corporation and grant of Federal charter.
Sec. 1822. Powers.
Sec. 1823. Objects and purposes.
Sec. 1824. Service of process.
Sec. 1825. Membership.
Sec. 1826. Board of directors.
Sec. 1827. Officers of corporation.
Sec. 1828. Prohibition against discrimination.
Sec. 1829. Restrictions.
Sec. 1830. Liability.
Sec. 1831. Books and records.
Sec. 1832. Audit of financial transactions.
Sec. 1833. Annual report.
Sec. 1834. Reservation of right to amend or repeal charter.
Sec. 1835. Tax-exempt status.
Sec. 1836. Exclusive rights to names.
Sec. 1837. Termination.
Sec. 1838. Definition.
DIVISION B--MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS
Sec. 2001. Short title.
TITLE XXI--ARMY
Sec. 2101. Authorized Army construction and land acquisition projects.
Sec. 2102. Family housing.
Sec. 2103. Improvements to military family housing units.
Sec. 2104. Defense access roads.
Sec. 2105. Authorization of appropriations, Army.
Sec. 2106. Increase in limitation on leasing of military family housing
worldwide by the Department of the Army.
TITLE XXII--NAVY
Sec. 2201. Authorized Navy construction and land acquisition projects.
Sec. 2202. Family housing.
Sec. 2203. Improvements to military family housing units.
Sec. 2204. Authorization of appropriations, Navy.
Sec. 2205. Power plant relocation, Navy Public Works Center, Guam.
Sec. 2206. Revised authorizations for certain Marine Corps projects.
Sec. 2207. Defense access roads, Naval Station Pascagoula, Mississippi.
Sec. 2208. Military family housing, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island,
Washington.
TITLE XXIII--AIR FORCE
Sec. 2301. Authorized Air Force construction and land acquisition projects.
Sec. 2302. Family housing.
Sec. 2303. Improvements to military family housing units.
Sec. 2304. Authorization of appropriations, Air Force.
Sec. 2305. Child development center relocation, Buckley Air National Guard
Base, Colorado.
Sec. 2306. Authorized family housing lease projects.
Sec. 2307. Authorized military housing rental guarantee projects.
Sec. 2308. Termination of authority to carry out certain projects.
TITLE XXIV--DEFENSE AGENCIES
Sec. 2401. Authorized Defense Agencies construction and land acquisition
projects.
Sec. 2402. Energy conservation projects.
Sec. 2403. Authorization of appropriations, Defense Agencies.
TITLE XXV--NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE
Sec. 2501. Authorized NATO construction and land acquisition projects.
Sec. 2502. Authorization of appropriations, NATO.
TITLE XXVI--GUARD AND RESERVE FORCES FACILITIES
Sec. 2601. Authorized Guard and Reserve construction and land acquisition
projects.
Sec. 2602. Air National Guard construction, Truax Field, Wisconsin.
Sec. 2603. National Guard Armory, Virginia.
Sec. 2604. Reductions in certain prior year authorizations of appropriations
for Air Force Reserve military construction projects.
TITLE XXVII--EXPIRATION AND EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATIONS
Sec. 2701. Expiration of authorizations and amounts required to be specified
by law.
Sec. 2702. Extension of authorizations of certain fiscal year 1990 projects.
Sec. 2703. Effective date.
TITLE XXVIII--GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle A--Military Construction Program and Military Family Housing Changes
Sec. 2801. Promotion of energy savings at military installations.
Sec. 2802. Authority to construct replacement family housing units.
Subtitle B--Defense Base Closure and Realignment
Sec. 2821. Use of proceeds of the transfer or disposal of commissary store
and other facilities and property.
Sec. 2822. Demonstration project for the use of a national relocation
contractor to assist the Department of Defense.
Sec. 2823. Change in date of report of Comptroller General to Congress and
Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission.
Sec. 2824. Availability of certain Federal property for application for use
to assist the homeless.
Sec. 2825. Revision of requirements relating to budget data on base closures.
Sec. 2826. Consideration of community ability to compete for the relocation
of finance and accounting activities.
Sec. 2827. Overseas Military Facility Investment Recovery Account.
Subtitle C--Land Transactions
Sec. 2831. Modification of land exchange, San Diego, California.
Sec. 2832. Land acquisition and exchange, Myrtle Beach Air Force Base and
Poinsett Weapons Range, South Carolina.
Sec. 2833. Land conveyance, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Sec. 2834. Leases of property, Naval Supply Center, Oakland, California.
Sec. 2835. Grant of easement at Naval Air Station, Miramar, San Diego,
California.
Sec. 2836. Land conveyance, Naval Reserve Center, Santa Barbara, California.
Sec. 2837. Land conveyance, Forest Glen Annex, Walter Reed Army Medical
Center, Maryland.
Sec. 2838. Land conveyance, Williams Air Force Base, Arizona.
Sec. 2839. Modification of land exchange, Burlington, Vermont.
Sec. 2840. Conveyance of waste water treatment plant, Fort Ritchie, Maryland.
Sec. 2841. Acquisition of interests in land, Naval Radio Station, Jim Creek,
Washington.
Sec. 2842. Real property conveyance, Naval Station Puget Sound, Everett,
Washington.
Sec. 2843. Conveyance of Hastings Radar Bomb Scoring Site, Nebraska.
Sec. 2844. Land conveyance, Abbeville, Alabama.
Sec. 2845. Extension of time in which to enter into lease at Hunters Point
Naval Shipyard, San Francisco, California.
Sec. 2846. Termination of lease and sale of facilities, Naval Reserve Center,
Atlanta, Georgia.
Sec. 2847. Land conveyance, Fort Chaffee, Arkansas.
Sec. 2848. Modification of land conveyance, Fort A.P. Hill Military
Reservation, Virginia.
Subtitle D--Other Matters
Sec. 2851. Clarification of authority to lease non-excess property.
Sec. 2852. Storage of hazardous materials on arsenal property in conjunction
with third-party contracts.
Sec. 2853. Report on continued military need for Bellows Air Force Station,
Hawaii.
Sec. 2854. Prohibition on commercial development of Calverton Pine Barrens,
Calverton, New York.
Sec. 2855. Technical revisions to certain maps involving Coastal Barrier
Resources System.
Sec. 2856. Homeowners assistance for certain individuals affected by
Hurricane Andrew.
DIVISION C--DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL SECURITY AUTHORIZATIONS AND OTHER
AUTHORIZATIONS
TITLE XXXI--DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY NATIONAL SECURITY PROGRAMS
Subtitle A--National Security Programs Authorizations
Sec. 3101. Weapons activities.
Sec. 3102. New production reactors.
Sec. 3103. Environmental restoration and waste management.
Sec. 3104. Nuclear materials production and other defense programs.
Sec. 3105. Funding uses and limitations.
Subtitle B--Recurring General Provisions
Sec. 3121. Reprogramming.
Sec. 3122. Limits on general plant projects.
Sec. 3123. Limits on construction projects.
Sec. 3124. Fund transfer authority.
Sec. 3125. Authority for construction design.
Sec. 3126. Authority for emergency planning, design, and construction
activities.
Sec. 3127. Funds available for all national security programs of the Department
of Energy.
Sec. 3128. Availability of funds.
Subtitle C--Other Matters
Sec. 3131. Use of funds for payment of penalty assessed against Fernald
Environmental Management Project.
Sec. 3132. Department of Energy citizen advisory groups.
Sec. 3133. Nuclear Weapons Council membership.
Sec. 3134. Reports on the development of new tritium production capacity.
Sec. 3135. Technology transfer.
Sec. 3136. Expansion of authority to loan personnel and facilities.
Sec. 3137. Study of conversion of Nevada test site for use for solar energy
production purposes.
Subtitle D--International Fissile Material and Warhead Control
Sec. 3151. Negotiations.
Sec. 3152. Authority to release certain restricted data.
Sec. 3153. Development and demonstration program.
Sec. 3154. Production of tritium.
Subtitle E--Defense Nuclear Workers
Sec. 3161. Department of Energy defense nuclear facilities work force
restructuring plan.
Sec. 3162. Program to monitor Department of Energy workers exposed to
hazardous and radioactive substances.
Sec. 3163. Definitions.
TITLE XXXII--NUCLEAR SAFETY
Sec. 3201. Authorization for Defense Nuclear Safety Board.
Sec. 3202. Nuclear safety in eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
TITLE XXXIII--NATIONAL DEFENSE STOCKPILE
Subtitle A--Modernization Program
Sec. 3301. Definitions.
Sec. 3302. Disposal of obsolete and excess materials contained in the National
Defense Stockpile.
Sec. 3303. Use of barter arrangements in modernization program.
Sec. 3304. Deposit of proceeds from disposals in the national defense
stockpile fund.
Sec. 3305. Authorized uses of stockpile funds.
Sec. 3306. Advisory committee regarding operation and modernization of
the stockpile.
Sec. 3307. Special rule for 1993 report on stockpile requirements.
Sec. 3308. Conforming amendments.
Subtitle B--Programmatic Changes
Sec. 3311. Procedures for changing objectives for stockpile quantities
established as of the end of fiscal year 1987.
Sec. 3312. Repeal of limitation on excess balance in National Defense
Stockpile Transaction Fund.
Sec. 3313. Authorized purposes for expenditures from the National Defense
Stockpile Transaction Fund.
Sec. 3314. Market Impact Committee.
Sec. 3315. Clarification of the stockpile status of certain materials.
TITLE XXXIV--CIVIL DEFENSE
Sec. 3401. Authorization of appropriations.
TITLE XXXV--PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION
Sec. 3501. Short title.
Subtitle A--Annual Authorization
Sec. 3511. Authorization of expenditures.
Sec. 3512. Health care.
Sec. 3513. Vessel tonnage measurement.
Sec. 3514. Consistency with Panama Canal Treaties of 1977 and implementing
laws.
Subtitle B--Composition and Dissolution of Commission
Sec. 3521. Costs of dissolution.
Sec. 3522. Recommendations by President on changes to Panama Canal Commission
structure.
Sec. 3523. Report by Comptroller General on changes to Panama Canal Commission
structure.
DIVISION D--DEFENSE CONVERSION, REINVESTMENT, AND TRANSITION ASSISTANCE
Sec. 4001. Short title.
TITLE XLI--FINDINGS
Sec. 4101. Findings.
TITLE XLII--DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL BASE, REINVESTMENT, AND
CONVERSION
Subtitle A--Purposes and Establishment of New Chapter in Title 10
Sec. 4201. Purposes.
Sec. 4202. Establishment of new chapter in title 10.
Sec. 4203. Definitions.
Subtitle B--Defense Policies and Planning Concerning National Technology
and Industrial Base, Reinvestment, and Conversion
Sec. 4211. Congressional defense policy concerning national technology and
industrial base, reinvestment, and conversion.
Sec. 4212. National Defense Technology and Industrial Base Council.
Sec. 4213. National Defense Program for Analysis of the Technology and
Industrial Base.
Sec. 4214. Center for the Study of Defense Economic Adjustment.
Sec. 4215. National technology and industrial base defense capability
assessments.
Sec. 4216. National technology and industrial base plan and major defense
program planning.
Sec. 4217. Data collection authority.
Sec. 4218. Implementation of requirements for assessment, planning, and
analysis.
Sec. 4219. Implementing regulations concerning the national technology and
industrial base periodic assessment.
Sec. 4220. Implementing regulations concerning the national technology and
industrial base periodic plan.
Subtitle C--Programs for Development, Application, and Support of Dual-Use
Technologies
Sec. 4221. Defense dual-use critical technology partnerships.
Sec. 4222. Commercial-military integration partnerships.
Sec. 4223. Regional technology alliances assistance program.
Sec. 4224. Encouragement of technology transfer.
Sec. 4225. Office of Technology Transition.
Sec. 4226. Military-Civilian Integration and Technology Transfer Advisory
Board.
Sec. 4227. Office of Foreign Defense Critical Technology Monitoring and
Assessment.
Sec. 4228. Overseas Foreign Critical Technology Monitoring and Assessment
Financial Assistance Program.
Subtitle D--Defense Manufacturing Technology, Dual-Use Assistance Extension,
and Defense Supplier Base Enhancement and Support Programs
Sec. 4231. National Defense Manufacturing Technology Program.
Sec. 4232. Defense advanced manufacturing technology partnerships.
Sec. 4233. Manufacturing extension programs.
Sec. 4234. Defense dual-use assistance extension program.
Sec. 4235. Defense Industrial Reserve.
Sec. 4236. Defense procurement technical assistance program.
Sec. 4237. Small Business Innovation Research Program in the Department
of Defense.
Sec. 4238. Defense manufacturing experts in the classroom.
Sec. 4239. Industrial diversification planning for defense contractors.
Subtitle E--Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
Sec. 4261. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Subtitle F--Conforming Amendments and Funding Matters
Sec. 4271. Conforming amendments.
Sec. 4272. Funding for defense manufacturing education programs for fiscal
year 1993.
TITLE XLIII--COMMUNITY ADJUSTMENT AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS AND YOUTH SERVICE
PROGRAMS
Sec. 4301. Expansion of adjustment assistance available to States and local
governments from the Office of Economic Adjustment.
Sec. 4302. Pilot project to improve economic adjustment planning.
Sec. 4303. Report on alternatives to present priority for transfer of excess
defense supplies to State and local governments.
Sec. 4304. Limitation on use of excess construction or fire equipment from
Department of Defense stocks in foreign assistance or military sales programs.
Sec. 4305. Community economic adjustment assistance through the Economic
Development Administration.
Sec. 4306. Report relating to continuing health benefits coverage of certain
terminated employees of defense contractors.
TITLE XLIV--PERSONNEL ADJUSTMENT, EDUCATION, AND TRAINING PROGRAMS
Subtitle A--Active Forces Transition Enhancements
Sec. 4401. Improvement in preseparation counseling for members of the
Armed Forces.
Sec. 4402. Authorization of temporary rate of basic pay applicable to certain
members with over 24 years of service.
Sec. 4403. Temporary early retirement authority.
Sec. 4404. Opportunity for certain persons to enroll in All-Volunteer Force
Educational Assistance Program.
Sec. 4405. Authorized benefits under special separation benefits program
and voluntary separation incentive.
Sec. 4406. Calculation of annual payment of voluntary separation incentive.
Sec. 4407. Improved conversion health policies as part of transitional
medical care.
Sec. 4408. Continued health coverage.
Subtitle B--Guard and Reserve Transition Initiatives
Sec. 4411. Force reduction transition period defined.
Sec. 4412. Member of Selected Reserve defined.
Sec. 4413. Restriction on reserve force reduction.
Sec. 4414. Transition plan requirements.
Sec. 4415. Inapplicability to certain discharges and transfers.
Sec. 4416. Force reduction period retirements.
Sec. 4417. Retirement with 15 years of service.
Sec. 4418. Separation pay.
Sec. 4419. Waiver of continued service requirement for certain reservists
for Montgomery GI bill benefits.
Sec. 4420. Commissary and exchange privileges.
Sec. 4421. Applicability and termination of benefits.
Sec. 4422. Readjustment benefits for certain voluntarily separated members
of the reserve components.
Subtitle C--Department of Defense Civilian Personnel Transition Initiatives
Sec. 4431. Government-wide list of vacant positions.
Sec. 4432. Temporary measures to facilitate reemployment of certain displaced
Federal employees.
Sec. 4433. Reduction-in-force notification requirements.
Sec. 4434. Restoration of certain leave.
Sec. 4435. Skill training programs in the Department of Defense.
Sec. 4436. Separation pay.
Sec. 4437. Thrift savings plan benefits of employees separated by a reduction
in force.
Sec. 4438. Continued health benefits.
Subtitle D--Defense Efforts to Relieve Shortages of Elementary and Secondary
School Teachers and Teachers' Aides
Sec. 4441. Teacher and teacher's aide placement program for separated members
of the Armed Forces.
Sec. 4442. Teacher and teacher's aide placement program for terminated
defense employees.
Sec. 4443. Teacher and teacher's aide placement program for displaced
scientists and engineers of defense contractors.
Sec. 4444. Funding for fiscal year 1993.
Subtitle E--Environmental Education and Retraining Provisions
Sec. 4451. Environmental scholarship and fellowship programs for the Department
of Defense.
Sec. 4452. Grants to institutions of higher education to provide training
in environmental restoration and hazardous waste management.
Subtitle F--Job Training and Employment and Educational Opportunities
Sec. 4461. Improved coordination of job training and placement programs for
members of the Armed Forces.
Sec. 4462. Encouragement for continuing public and community service.
Sec. 4463. Program of educational leave relating to continuing public and
community service.
Sec. 4464. Increased early retirement retired pay for public or community
service.
Sec. 4465. Training, adjustment assistance, and employment services for
discharged military personnel, terminated defense employees, and displaced
employees of defense contractors.
Sec. 4466. Participation of discharged military personnel in upward bound
projects to prepare for college.
Sec. 4467. Improvements to employment and training assistance for dislocated
workers under the Job Training Partnership Act.
Sec. 4468. Job Bank program for discharged military personnel, terminated
defense employees, and displaced employees of defense contractors.
Sec. 4469. Authorization of appropriations for certain employment, job
training, and other assistance.
Sec. 4470. Defense contractor requirement to list suitable employment openings
with local employment service office.
Sec. 4471. Notice requirements upon proposed and actual termination or
substantial reduction in defense programs.
Sec. 4472. Study to determine the dislocation effects of current and future
reductions in spending for the national defense.
Sec. 4473. Treatment of certain provisions of law upon transfer of amounts
provided under this Act.
Subtitle G--Service Members Occupational Conversion and Training
Sec. 4481. Short title.
Sec. 4482. Findings and purposes.
Sec. 4483. Definitions.
Sec. 4484. Establishment of program.
Sec. 4485. Eligibility for program; period of training.
Sec. 4486. Approval of employer programs.
Sec. 4487. Payments to employers; overpayment.
Sec. 4488. Entry into program of job training.
Sec. 4489. Provision of training through educational institutions.
Sec. 4490. Discontinuance of approval of participation in certain employer
programs.
Sec. 4491. Inspection of records; investigations.
Sec. 4492. Coordination with other programs.
Sec. 4493. Counseling.
Sec. 4494. Information and outreach; use of agency resources.
Sec. 4495. Authorization of appropriations.
Sec. 4496. Time periods for application and initiation of training.
Sec. 4497. Treatment of certain provisions of law upon transfer of amounts
provided under this Act.
TITLE XLV--BUDGET
Sec. 4501. Budget determination by the Director of OMB.
SEC. 3. CONGRESSIONAL DEFENSE COMMITTEES DEFINED.
  For purposes of this Act, the term `congressional defense committees' means
  the Committees on Armed Services and the Committees on Appropriations of
  the Senate and House of Representatives.
SEC. 4. GENERAL LIMITATION.
  Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, the total amount authorized
  to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 under the provisions of this Act is
  $274,121,787,000, of which the total amount authorized to be appropriated
  for fiscal year 1993 under the provisions of--
  (1) division A is $253,654,264,000;
  (2) division B is $8,389,833,000; and
  (3) division C is $12,077,690,000.
DIVISION A--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AUTHORIZATIONS
TITLE I--PROCUREMENT
Subtitle A--Funding Authorizations
SEC. 101. ARMY.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  procurement for the Army as follows:
  (1) For aircraft, $1,553,909,000.
  (2) For missiles, $1,118,652,000.
  (3) For weapons and tracked combat vehicles, $877,754,000.
  (4) For ammunition, $829,444,000.
  (5) For other procurement, $3,129,452,000.
SEC. 102. NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.
  (a) NAVY- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year
  1993 for procurement for the Navy as follows:
  (1) For aircraft, $5,899,395,000.
  (2) For weapons, $3,700,098,000.
  (3) For shipbuilding and conversion, $5,958,663,000.
  (4) For other procurement, $5,660,684,000.
  (b) MARINE CORPS- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal
  year 1993 for procurement for the Marine Corps in the amount of $729,727,000.
SEC. 103. AIR FORCE.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  procurement for the Air Force as follows:
  (1) For aircraft, $10,034,314,000.
  (2) For missiles, $4,399,390,000.
  (3) For other procurement, $7,894,396,000.
SEC. 104. DEFENSE AGENCIES.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  procurement for the Defense Agencies in the amount of $1,950,704,000.
SEC. 105. DEFENSE INSPECTOR GENERAL.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  procurement for the Inspector General of the Department of Defense in the
  amount of $800,000.
SEC. 106. RESERVE COMPONENTS.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  procurement of aircraft, vehicles, communications equipment, and other
  equipment for the reserve components of the Armed Forces as follows:
  (1) For the Army National Guard, $134,000,000.
  (2) For the Air National Guard, $290,100,000.
  (3) For the Army Reserve, $27,500,000.
  (4) For the Naval Reserve, $85,000,000.
  (5) For the Air Force Reserve, $60,000,000.
  (6) For the Marine Corps Reserve, $9,000,000.
  (7) For operational support aircraft, $90,000,000.
SEC. 107. CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION PROGRAM.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  the destruction of lethal chemical agents and munitions in accordance
  with section 1412 of the Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1986
  (50 U.S.C. 1521), in the amount of $515,300,000.
SEC. 108. MULTIYEAR PROCUREMENT AUTHORIZATION.
  The Secretary of the Air Force may use funds appropriated to the Air Force
  for fiscal year 1993 to enter into multiyear procurement contracts in
  accordance with section 2306(h) of title 10, United States Code, for the
  procurement of satellites number 23 through 25 under the Defense Support
  Program.
Subtitle B--Army Programs
SEC. 111. M-1 ABRAMS TANK PROGRAM.
  (a) TANK INDUSTRIAL BASE- None of the funds appropriated for the Army
  pursuant to this Act or for fiscal year 1991 or 1992 may be used to initiate
  or implement closure of any portion of the tank industrial base.
  (b) REVISION IN FISCAL YEAR 1992 PROVISIONS- The text of section 111 of
  the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993
  (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1303) is amended to read as follows:
  `Of the amount authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1992 pursuant
  to section 101(3), $225,000,000 shall be available for the remanufacture
  of M1 tanks and may be used only to remanufacture M1 tanks to the M1A2
  configuration.'.
SEC. 112. PROCUREMENT OF AHIP SCOUT HELICOPTERS.
  The prohibition in section 133(a)(2) of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189; 103 Stat. 1383) does
  not apply to the obligation of funds in amounts not to exceed $225,000,000
  for the procurement of not more than 36 OH-58D AHIP Scout aircraft from
  funds appropriated for fiscal year 1993 pursuant to section 101.
SEC. 113. AH-64 APACHE HELICOPTER MODIFICATIONS.
  Section 113 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1304) is repealed.
SEC. 114. ARMORED VEHICLE UPGRADES.
  Section 21 of the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2761) is amended by
  adding at the end the following:
  `(j) TANK AND INFANTRY VEHICLE UPGRADES- (1) Funds received from the sale
  of tanks under this section shall be available for the upgrading of tanks
  for fielding to the Army.
  `(2) Funds received from the sale of infantry fighting vehicles or armored
  personnel carriers under this section shall be available for the upgrading
  of infantry fighting vehicles or armored personnel carriers for fielding
  to the Army.
  `(3) Paragraphs (1) and (2) apply only to the extent provided in advance
  in appropriations Acts.
  `(4) This subsection applies with respect to funds received from sales
  occurring after September 30, 1989.'.
SEC. 115. CHEMICAL AGENT MONITORING PROGRAM.
  The Improved Chemical Agent Monitor (ICAM) may not be procured for the
  Armed Forces until the Secretary of the Army--
  (1) completes an analysis of the initial production test results of the
  Chemical Agent Monitor (CAM);
  (2) submits to Congress a report containing a discussion of the reliability
  and consistency of the laboratory-tested and field-tested Chemical Agent
  Monitor; and
  (3) determines, and notifies Congress in writing, that all design and
  production deficiencies of the Chemical Agent Monitor have been identified
  and corrected before the resumption of obligation of funds for procurements
  under the Chemical Agent Monitoring Program.
Subtitle C--Navy Programs
SEC. 121. SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION PROGRAMS.
  (a) SCN PROGRAMS- Amounts authorized to be appropriated under section
  102(a)(3) are available for shipbuilding and conversion programs as follows:
  For the aircraft carrier replacement program, $832,200,000.
  For the CVN aircraft carrier refueling overhaul advance procurement program,
  $6,800,000.
  For the CGN cruiser refueling overhaul advance procurement program,
  $30,439,000.
  For the Arleigh Burke guided missile destroyer program, $3,319,643,000.
  For the LHD-1 amphibious assault ship program, $1,205,000,000.
  For the MHC-1 coastal minehunter program, $246,205,000.
  For the oceanographic ship conversion program, $19,500,000.
  For the service craft program, $126,028,000.
  For outfitting, $385,321,000.
  For post-delivery, $223,105,000.
  For first destination transportation, $6,031,000.
  (b) UNDISTRIBUTED REDUCTION- The sum of the amounts provided under subsection
  (a) for fiscal year 1993 for the programs referred to in that subsection is
  reduced by $441,609,000 in order to be within the total amount authorized
  to be appropriated for that fiscal year under section 102(a)(3).
SEC. 122. AIRBORNE SELF PROTECTION JAMMER.
  (a) LIMITATION- None of the funds available to the Department of Defense
  for fiscal year 1993 or any fiscal year before fiscal year 1993 may be
  used for the procurement of the Airborne Self Protection Jammer system
  except for the payment of the costs of terminating existing contracts for
  the procurement of the Airborne Self Protection Jammer system.
  (b) EFFECTIVENESS OF LIMITATION- This section shall take effect upon
  submittal by the Secretary of Defense to the congressional defense
  committees of notice that the Airborne Self Protection Jammer system has
  been determined by the Secretary to be either not operationally effective
  or not operationally suitable in operational testing.
SEC. 123. AV-8B HARRIER RADAR UPGRADE PROGRAM.
  None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available to the Department
  of Defense for fiscal year 1993 may be obligated for the AV-8B radar upgrade
  program or for the remanufacture of AV-8B aircraft requiring installation
  of a new fuselage.
Subtitle D--Air Force Programs (Nonstrategic)
SEC. 131. C-135 AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.
  Of the funds authorized to be appropriated in section 103 for procurement
  of aircraft for the Air Force, $439,500,000 shall be available for the
  modification of C-135 aircraft as follows:
  (1) $87,600,000 shall be available to reengine four KC-135Q aircraft.
  (2) $219,000,000 shall be available to reengine 10 KC-135E aircraft for
  the Air National Guard.
  (3) $65,700,000 shall be available, if the RC-135 aircraft is selected under
  section 141, to reengine three RC-135 aircraft or, if the RC-135 aircraft
  is not selected under section 141, to reengine three KC-135 aircraft
  (in addition to those referred to in paragraphs (1) and (2)).
  (4) $51,600,000 shall be available for the open skies sensor system.
  (5) $15,600,000 shall be available for miscellaneous C-135 aircraft
  modifications.
SEC. 132. LIVE-FIRE SURVIVABILITY TESTING OF C-17 AIRCRAFT.
  (a) APPLICABILITY OF EXISTING LAW- The C-17 transport aircraft shall be
  considered to be a covered system for purposes of survivability testing
  under section 2366 of title 10, United States Code.
  (b) AUTHORITY FOR RETROACTIVE WAIVER- The Secretary of Defense may exercise
  the waiver authority in subsection (c) of such section with respect to
  the application of the survivability tests of that section to the C-17
  transport aircraft notwithstanding that such program has entered full-scale
  engineering development.
  (c) REPORT REQUIREMENT- If the Secretary of Defense submits a certification
  under subsection (c) of such section that live-fire testing of the C-17
  system under such section would be unreasonably expensive or impractical,
  the Secretary of Defense shall require that sufficiently large and realistic
  components and subsystems that could affect the survivability of the C-17
  system be made available for any alternative live-fire test program.
  (d) FUNDING- The funds required to carry out any alternative live-fire
  testing program for the C-17 aircraft system shall be made available from
  amounts appropriated for the C-17 program for fiscal year 1993.
SEC. 133. CORRECTION OF FUEL LEAKS ON C-17 PRODUCTION AIRCRAFT.
  (a) CERTIFICATION OF CONTRACTOR CORRECTION UNDER WARRANTY- The Secretary
  of the Air Force shall (except as otherwise provided under subsection (b))
  certify to the congressional defense committees that the repair of the fuel
  leaks on production C-17 aircraft will be carried out by the contractor
  (under the warranty provisions of the production contract for such aircraft)
  at no additional cost to the Government and with no additional consideration
  to the contractor for production aircraft under the C-17 program by reason
  of the repair of the C-17 fuel leaks.
  (b) ALTERNATIVE TO CERTIFICATION- If the Secretary of the Air Force is unable
  to make the certification referred to in subsection (a), the Secretary--
  (1) shall carry out the repair of the fuel leaks at an Air Logistics Center
  in the continental United States; and
  (2) shall submit to the congressional defense committees a report notifying
  the committees that the Secretary is unable to make such a certification
  and setting forth a schedule for conducting the repair of the fuel leaks
  pursuant to paragraph (1).
SEC. 134. C-17 AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.
  (a) FUNDING FOR PROGRAM- Of the amount appropriated pursuant to section
  103(1)--
  (1) not more than $1,810,635,000 shall be available for procurement  for
  the C-17 aircraft program other than advance procurement and procurement
  of spare parts; and
  (2) not more than $250,905,000 shall be available for advance procurement
  for the C-17 aircraft program.
  (b) FISCAL YEAR 1993 LIMITATION- In addition to the limitation contained
  in section 133(c) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1311), none of the
  funds appropriated for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993
  that are made available for the C-17 aircraft program (other than funds
  for advance procurement) may be obligated before the Secretary of Defense
  submits to the congressional defense committees the report referred to in
  section 133(b) of that Act.
  (c) FISCAL YEAR 1994 LIMITATION- None of the funds appropriated for the
  Department of Defense for fiscal year 1994 that are made available for
  the C-17 aircraft program (other than funds for advance procurement)
  may be obligated before--
  (1) the Secretary of the Air Force--
  (A) convenes the Scientific Advisory Board to determine the technical
  feasibility of carrying out a service life extension program for the C-141
  aircraft fleet and to review programmed depot maintenance policies and
  practices for the C-141 aircraft fleet; and
  (B) acts to limit the retirement of any operationally capable C-141
  aircraft until a decision is made concerning a service life extension for
  the C-141 fleet;
  (2) the Secretary of Defense convenes a special Defense Acquisition Board
  to review the C-17 aircraft program;
  (3) the special Defense Acquisition Board submits to the Secretary of
  Defense a report on the C-17 aircraft program, including the matters
  described in subsection (d); and
  (4) the Secretary of Defense submits the report of that board, including
  the material referred to in subsection (d), to the congressional defense
  committees.
  (d) MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED IN REVIEW- The review (referred to in subsection
  (c)(2)) that is conducted by the special Defense Acquisition Board shall
  include--
  (1) an assessment by the Joint Requirements Oversight Council (JROC)
  of the adequacy of the requirements for the C-17 aircraft;
  (2) an analysis by a federally funded research and development center of
  the cost and operational effectiveness of the C-17 aircraft program taking
  into consideration complementary mixes of other aircraft; and
  (3) an affordability assessment of the program, performed by the Cost
  Analysis Improvement Group in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of
  Defense for Program Analysis and Evaluation.
  (e) PROHIBITION RELATING TO PRODUCTION CAPABILITY- None of the funds provided
  under subsection (a) for the C-17 aircraft program may be used to increase
  the current rate at which the contractor could produce C-17 aircraft.
  (f) INITIATIVE ON COST, PERFORMANCE, AND MANAGEMENT- (1) The Secretary of
  Defense, acting through the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,
  shall establish an initiative to maintain control over costs, contractor
  performance, and management performance within the C-17 aircraft program.
  (2) The initiative shall include the following elements:
  (A) The establishment of a management plan which provides for the decisions
  to commit to specified levels of production to be linked to progress in
  meeting specified program milestones, including testing milestones of such
  critical performance elements as--
  (i) maximum range and maximum payload performance;
  (ii) short airfield performance;
  (iii) ground mobility in restricted airfield conditions;
  (iv) low altitude parachute extraction capability;
  (v) air drop capability; and
  (vi) sustainable utilization rate performance.
  (B) The establishment of a program for promoting increased interaction
  between the prime contractor and major program subcontractors on management
  and performance issues.
  (C) The establishment of a senior management review group to report directly
  to the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition on the status of aircraft
  capability, program management, schedule, and cost.
  (D) The establishment of a system maturity matrix.
  (3) Not later than April 1, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall submit
  to the congressional defense committees a report on the initiative. The
  report shall include a description of the measures taken to implement
  the initiative, including actions taken with respect to each of the
  elements specified in paragraph (2), and a description of the criteria
  and milestones to be used in evaluating actual program performance against
  specified program performance.
  (g) FUNDING LIMITATION ON FISCAL YEAR 1993 ADVANCE PROCUREMENT FUNDS-
  (1) None of the funds made available pursuant to subsection (a)(2) may be
  obligated until the Secretary of Defense certifies to the congressional
  defense committees that--
  (A) the aircraft designated as the P-9 aircraft has moved to the `major
  join' stage of production with no less than 90 percent of its assembly
  completed in position; and
  (B) the assembly of the aircraft designated as the P-14 aircraft has begun
  at the final assembly facility.
  (2) A certification of the Secretary under paragraph (1) shall be based on
  findings transmitted to the Secretary by the Defense Plant Representative
  Office.
SEC. 135. TACTICAL ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT UPGRADE PROGRAM.
  Not more than 65 percent of the funds authorized to be appropriated or
  otherwise made available to the Department of Defense for procurement for
  fiscal year 1993 may be obligated for the Air Force EF-111 aircraft System
  Improvement Program (SIP) upgrade program until the Secretary of Defense--
  (1) transmits to Congress the report referred to in section 901;
  (2) determines, in light of such report and other factors, whether the
  EF-111 aircraft fleet is to be retained in the inventory; and
  (3) transmits to the congressional defense committees--
  (A) a notification of that determination; and
  (B) if that determination is that such fleet is to be retained in the
  inventory, a certification that the System Improvement Program upgrade
  program for the EF-111 aircraft, and the operating and support costs
  for the fleet of EF-111 aircraft, are fully budgeted in the future-years
  defense program.
SEC. 136. F-16 AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.
  None of the funds authorized to be appropriated for the F-16 program for
  fiscal year 1993 or otherwise made available for the F-16 program may be
  obligated for advance procurement or any purposes other than the production
  of 24 F-16 aircraft and associated spare parts and support equipment until
  the Secretary of Defense has complied with the provisions of sections 901
  and 902.
Subtitle E--Defense-Wide Programs
SEC. 141. FUNDING FOR CERTAIN TACTICAL INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS.
  (a) AUTHORIZATION- Of the funds authorized to be appropriated under
  section 104, $56,962,000 shall be available for modernizing either EP-3
  Aries aircraft or RC-135 Rivet Joint aircraft.
  (b) LIMITATION- None of the funds provided under subsection (a) or funds
  appropriated or otherwise made available to the Department of Defense for
  procurement for fiscal year 1993 may be obligated for Navy EP-3 aircraft
  or Air Force RC-135 aircraft until the Secretary of Defense--
  (1) transmits to Congress the report referred to in section 901;
  (2) determines, in light of such report and other factors, which of those
  two aircraft best meets the intelligence requirements of the Department and,
  therefore, is to be retained in the inventory; and
  (3) transmits to the congressional defense committees--
  (A) a notification of the determination under paragraph (2); and
  (B) a determination of the total requirements for the selected aircraft,
  taking into consideration the contribution of related systems such as the
  Navy ES-3 aircraft and the Air Force U-2 and C-130  Senior Scout aircraft.
  (c) TRANSFER AUTHORITY- (1) Upon determination of which aircraft referred to
  in subsection (a) best meets the intelligence requirements of the Department,
  and subject to the limitations in subsection (b), the Secretary of Defense
  may transfer the amount referred to in subsection (a) to either the Navy
  for procurement of EP-3 modifications or to the Air Force for procurement
  of RC-135 modifications, depending upon which aircraft was selected.
  (2) The transfer authority in paragraph (1) is in addition to any other
  transfer authority provided in this or any other Act.
SEC. 142. MH-47E/MH-60K HELICOPTER MODIFICATION PROGRAMS.
  (a) REQUIRED TESTING- Notwithstanding the requirements of subsections
  (a) (2) and (b) of section 2366 of title 10, United States Code, and the
  requirements of subsection (a) of section 2399 of such title--
  (1) operational test and evaluation and survivability testing of the
  MH-60K helicopter under the MH-60K helicopter modification program shall
  be completed prior to full materiel release of the MH-60K helicopters for
  operational use; and
  (2) operational test and evaluation and survivability testing of the
  MH-47E helicopter under the MH-47E helicopter modification program shall
  be completed prior to full materiel release of the MH-47E helicopters for
  operational use.
  (b) REPEAL OF SUPERSEDED LAW- Section 143 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1313) is repealed.
Subtitle F--Strategic Programs
SEC. 151. B-2 BOMBER AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.
  (a) AMOUNT FOR PROGRAM- Of the amount authorized to be appropriated pursuant
  to section 103 for the Air Force for fiscal year 1993 for procurement of
  aircraft, not more than $2,686,572,000 may be obligated for procurement
  for the B-2 bomber aircraft program.
  (b) B-2 BUYOUT AND TERMINATION- The funds referred to in subsection (a)
  may be obligated only for the purpose of completing procurement of aircraft
  for the B-2 bomber program, procurement of spares and parts, and payment
  of all termination costs under the B-2 program.
  (c) LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF B-2 AIRCRAFT- A total of not more than 20
  deployable B-2 bomber aircraft plus one test aircraft may be procured.
  (d) LIMITATION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS- Of the funds referred to in subsection
  (a), not more than $900,000,000 may be obligated until--
  (1) the Secretary of Defense submits to the congressional defense
  committees--
  (A) the reports and certifications referred to in section 131(b)(1) of
  the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993
  (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1306);
  (B) the report under subsection (e); and
  (C) the report under subsection (f);
  (2) the Secretary provides to the Comptroller General of the United States
  for his review and evaluation the reports required under subsection (e)
  and (f) and 30 calendar days thereafter have elapsed; and
  (3) after (A) the submission of the reports and certifications required
  by section 131 of Public Law 102-190, and the reports required under
  paragraph (1), and (B) either the review period specified in paragraph (2)
  has elapsed or the Comptroller General has delivered to the congressional
  defense committees his review of the reports required under subsections
  (e) and (f), whichever occurs first, there is enacted an Act which permits
  the obligation of such funds for the procurement of B-2 bomber aircraft.
  (e) REPORT ON LOW OBSERVABILITY AND SURVIVABILITY- A report of the Secretary
  of Defense referred to in subsection (d)(1)(B) is a report submitted to
  the congressional defense committees that includes the following:
  (1) The assessment by the Secretary of Defense of the extent to which the
  B-2 aircraft will meet its original low observability (including radar
  cross section) operational performance objectives, including objectives
  which were not fulfilled in a B-2 flight test in July 1991.
  (2) A full description of the information upon which the assessment required
  by paragraph (1) is based, including all relevant flight test data.
  (3) A full description of any actions planned to improve the B-2 aircraft's
  low observability capabilities beyond the capabilities that have been
  demonstrated in flight testing by the date of the submission of the report
  required by this subsection, and the associated costs and benefits.
  (4) A quantitative assessment by the Secretary of Defense of the likelihood
  that a B-2 aircraft having the low observable characteristics projected
  for the aircraft can survive in the execution in the future of its primary
  mission as a penetrating nonnuclear bomber, as compared to the likelihood
  that a B-2 aircraft meeting all of its original radar cross section
  operational performance objectives contained in the current development
  contract can survive in the execution of such a mission.
  (f) REPORT ON COST OF PROGRAM FOR 20 B-2 AIRCRAFT- A report of the
  Secretary of Defense referred to in subsection (d)(1)(C) is a report
  submitted to the congressional defense committees that describes the total
  acquisition costs associated with a B-2 program resulting in 20 deployable
  aircraft, including all costs associated with research, development, test,
  and evaluation and procurement (including all planned modifications and
  retrofits, tooling, preplanned product improvements, support equipment,
  interim contractor support, initial spares, any Government liability
  associated with termination, and other Government costs).
SEC. 152.  MODERNIZATION OF HEAVY BOMBER FORCE.
  (a) PLAN FOR TESTING- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall prepare a plan
  to evaluate heavy bombers (other than the B-2 bomber) in operational test
  ranges and facilities to demonstrate the effectiveness in conventional
  scenarios of both missions involving combined force package and missions
  involving only heavy bombers (other than the B-2 bomber).
  (2) The aircraft to be tested under the plan include--
  (A) B-52H bombers; and
  (B) B-1 bombers.
  (3) The plan shall be designed--
  (A) to provide an assessment of the contribution afforded air operational
  commanders through the use of heavy bombers (other than the B-2 bomber);
  (B) to evaluate advanced conventional munitions capabilities;
  (C) to evaluate the effectiveness of heavy bombers (other than the B-2
  bomber) in both missions involving combined force package and missions
  involving only heavy bombers (other than the B-2 bomber); and
  (D) to provide a baseline of current capabilities of heavy bombers (other
  than the B-2 bomber).
  (b) EVALUATION OF SURVIVABILITY AND EFFECTIVENESS TESTING CAPABILITY- (1) The
  Secretary of Defense shall conduct an assessment of the current capability
  of the Department of Defense to carry out survivability flight testing and
  operational effectiveness flight testing of heavy bombers (other than the
  B-2 bomber) against a set of defenses and defended target arrays that are
  representative of a broad range of potential defenses that those bombers
  might encounter during conventional conflicts during the next 20 years.
  (2) The Secretary shall carry out paragraph (1) with the assistance of--
  (A) the Secretary of the Air Force;
  (B) the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (in the Vice Chairman's
  capacity as chairman of the Joint Requirements Oversight Council);
  (C)  the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation of the Department of
  Defense; and
  (D) an independent panel to be established by the Secretary in accordance
  with the provisions of section 121(e) of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189; 103 Stat. 1379).
  (c) MATTERS TO BE COVERED BY ASSESSMENT- As part of the assessment under
  subsection (b), the Secretary of Defense shall determine the following:
  (1) The capability of the Department of Defense to design an operationally
  representative test that would use threat assets that are currently fielded
  by the Department and that would include--
  (A) cued defenses and uncued defenses;
  (B) individual air defense systems as well as multiple air defenses; and
  (C) survivability and operational effectiveness with and without external
  assets for suppression or disruption of simulated enemy air defenses.
  (2) The required quantitative measurements that are adequate to permit
  extrapolation of test data developed through the operationally representative
  test to untested scenarios with reasonable confidence levels.
  (3) The capability of the Department to design tests to permit the evaluation
  of the effect that use of advanced conventional munitions currently
  under development would have on the survivability and effectiveness of
  the aircraft.
  (d) REPORTING REQUIREMENTS- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall submit to
  the congressional defense committees the plan for evaluating heavy bombers
  required by subsection (a)(1). The plan shall include an evaluation of the
  usefulness of such testing in determining the contribution of heavy bombers
  (other than the B-2 bomber) in conventional scenarios.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense
  committees a report, in unclassified and classified forms, on the results
  of the assessment conducted pursuant to subsection (b). The report shall--
  (A) identify deficiencies in the numbers, performance, capability,
  and fidelity of air defense threats and threat simulators available for
  operational testing; and
  (B) include an analysis of the cost and lead-times necessary for obtaining,
  for testing purposes, a representation of current and likely future air
  defenses that is adequate for evaluating proposed modifications to B-1B
  and B-52H bomber aircraft.
  (3) Within 60 days after the date of the submission of the plan under
  paragraph (1) and the report under paragraph (2), the Comptroller General
  of the United States shall review the report (including the recommendations
  in the report) and the plan and shall provide the congressional defense
  committees his views on the report and the plan.
Subtitle G--Chemical Demilitarization Program
SEC. 171. CHANGE IN CHEMICAL WEAPONS STOCKPILE ELIMINATION DEADLINE.
  Section 1412(b)(5) of the Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1986
  (50 U.S.C. 1521(b)(5)), is amended by striking out `July 31, 1999' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `December 31, 2004'.
SEC. 172. CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMISSIONS.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT- (1) The Secretary of the Army shall establish a
  citizens' commission for each State in which there is a low-volume site
  (as defined in section 180). Each such commission shall be known as the
  `Chemical Demilitarization Citizens' Advisory Commission' for that State.
  (2) The Secretary shall also establish a Chemical Demilitarization Citizens'
  Advisory Commission for any State in which there is located a chemical
  weapons storage site other than a low-volume site, if the establishment of
  such a commission for such State is requested by the Governor of that State.
  (b) FUNCTIONS- The Secretary of the Army shall provide for a representative
  from the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations,
  Logistics, and Environment) to meet with each commission under this section
  to receive citizen and State concerns regarding the ongoing program of the
  Army for the disposal of the lethal chemical agents and munitions in the
  stockpile referred to in section 1412(a)(1) of the Department of Defense
  Authorization Act, 1986 (50 U.S.C. 1521(a)(1)) at each of the sites with
  respect to which a commission is established pursuant to subsection (a).
  (c) MEMBERSHIP- (1) Each commission established for a State pursuant to
  subsection (a) shall be composed of nine members appointed by the Governor
  of the State. Seven of such members shall be citizens from the local
  affected areas in the State; the other two shall be representatives of
  State government who have direct responsibilities related to the chemical
  demilitarization program.
  (2) For purposes of paragraph (1), affected areas are those areas located
  within a 50-mile radius of a chemical weapons storage site.
  (d) CONFLICTS OF INTEREST- For a period of five years after the termination
  of any commission, no corporation, partnership, or other organization in
  which a member of that commission, a spouse of a member of that commission,
  or a natural or adopted child of a member of that commission has an
  ownership interest may be awarded--
  (1) a contract related to the disposal of lethal chemical agents or munitions
  in the stockpile referred to in section 1412(a)(1) of the Department of
  Defense Authorization Act, 1986 (50 U.S.C. 1521(a)(1)); or
  (2) a subcontract under such a contract.
  (e) CHAIRMAN- The members of each commission shall designate the chairman
  of the commission from among the members of the commission.
  (f) MEETINGS- Each commission shall meet with a representative from the
  Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Installations, Logistics,
  and Environment) upon joint agreement between the chairman of the commission
  and that representative. The two parties shall meet not less often than
  twice a year and may meet more often at their discretion.
  (g) PAY AND EXPENSES- Members of each commission shall receive no pay or
  compensation for their involvement in their activities of the commission.
  (h) TERMINATION OF COMMISSIONS- Each commission shall be terminated after
  the stockpile located in that commission's State has been destroyed.
SEC. 173. EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGIES.
  (a) REPORT- Not later than December 31, 1993, the Secretary of the Army shall
  submit to Congress a report on the potential alternatives to the use of the
  Army's baseline disassembly and incineration process for the disposal of
  lethal chemical agents and munitions. The report shall include the following:
  (1) An analysis of the report of the Committee on Alternative Chemical
  Demilitarization Technologies of the National Research Council of the
  National Academy of Sciences.
  (2) Any recommendations that the National Academy of Sciences makes to the
  Army regarding the report of that committee, together with the Secretary's
  evaluation of those recommendations.
  (3) A comparison of the baseline disassembly and incineration process with
  each alternative technology evaluated in the report of such committee
  that the National Academy of Sciences recommends for use in the Army
  Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, taking into consideration each of
  the following factors:
  (A) Safety.
  (B) Environmental protection.
  (C) Cost effectiveness.
  (4) For each alternative technology recommended by the National Academy
  of Sciences, the date by which the Army could reasonably be expected
  to systematize, construct, and test the technology, obtain all necessary
  environmental and other permits necessary for using that technology for the
  disposal of lethal chemical agents and munitions, and have the technology
  available for full-scale chemical weapons destruction and demilitarization
  operations.
  (5) A description of alternatives to incineration that are being developed
  by Russia for use in its chemical demilitarization program and an assessment
  of the extent to which such alternatives could be used to destroy lethal
  chemical weapons in the United States inventory of such weapons.
  (6) Consideration of appropriate concerns arising from meetings of the
  Chemical Demilitarization Citizens' Advisory Commissions established
  pursuant to section 172.
  (7) In any case in which the criteria specified in section 174 are met,
  notification that the Secretary intends to implement an alternative
  technology disposal process at a low-volume site.
  (b) LIMITATION- (1) Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3), the
  Secretary of the Army may not commence site preparation for, or construction
  of, a facility for disassembly and incineration of chemical agents until
  the report required under subsection (a) is submitted to Congress.
  (2) The limitation in paragraph (1) does not apply to any facility
  for disassembly and incineration of chemical agents (of the eight such
  facilities identified in the Army Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program)
  at which site preparation or construction has commenced before the date
  of the enactment of this Act.
  (3) Except as provided in section 175, the limitation in paragraph (1)
  does not apply to the following:
  (A) Facility design activities.
  (B) The obtaining of environmental permits.
  (C) Project planning.
  (D) Procurement of equipment for installation in a facility.
  (E) Dual purpose depot support construction projects which are needed to
  ensure the continuing safe storage of chemical weapons stocks and their
  ultimate disposal regardless of the technology employed.
SEC. 174. ALTERNATIVE DISPOSAL PROCESS FOR LOW-VOLUME SITES.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR ALTERNATIVE PROCESS- If the date by which chemical
  weapons destruction and demilitarization operations can be completed at
  a low-volume site using an alternative technology process evaluated by
  the Secretary of the Army falls within the deadline established by the
  amendment made by section 171 and the Secretary determines that the use of
  that alternative technology process for the destruction of chemical weapons
  at that site is significantly safer and equally or more cost-effective
  than the use of the baseline disassembly and incineration process, then
  the Secretary of the Army, as part of the requirement of section 1412(a)
  of Public Law 99-145, shall carry out the disposal of chemical weapons
  at that site using such alternative technology process. In addition, the
  Secretary may carry out the disposal of chemical weapons at sites other
  than low-volume sites using an alternative technology process (rather than
  the baseline process) after notifying Congress of the Secretary's intent
  to do so.
  (b) APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1412- Subsections (c),
  (e), (f), and (g) of section  1412 of Public Law 99-145 (50 U.S.C. 1521)
  shall apply to this section and to activities under this section in the
  same manner as if this section were part of that section 1412.
SEC. 175. REVISED CHEMICAL WEAPONS DISPOSAL CONCEPT PLAN.
  (a) REVISED PLAN- If, pursuant to section 174, the Secretary of the Army
  is required to implement an alternative technology process for destruction
  of chemical weapons at any low-volume site, the Secretary shall submit to
  Congress a revised chemical weapons disposal concept plan incorporating
  the alternative technology process and reflecting the revised stockpile
  disposal schedule developed under section 1412(b) of Public Law 99-145 (50
  U.S.C. 1521(b)), as amended by section 171. In developing the revised concept
  plan, the Secretary should consider, to the maximum extent practicable,
  revisions to the program and program schedule that capitalize on the
  changes to the chemical demilitarization schedule resulting from the revised
  stockpile elimination deadline by reducing cost and decreasing program risk.
  (b) MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED- The revised concept plan should include--
  (1) life-cycle cost estimates and schedules; and
  (2) a description of the facilities and operating procedures to be employed
  using the alternative technology process.
  (c) APPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF SECTION 1412- Subsection (c)
  of section 1412 of Public Law 99-145 (50 U.S.C. 1521) shall apply to the
  revised concept plan in the same manner as if this section were part of
  that section 1412.
  (d) SUBMISSION OF REVISED PLAN- If the Secretary is required to submit a
  revised concept plan under this section, the Secretary shall submit the
  revised concept plan not later than 180 days after the date on which the
  Secretary submits the report required under section 173.
  (e) LIMITATION- If the Secretary is required to submit a revised concept
  plan under this section, no funds may be obligated for procurement of
  equipment or for facilities planning and design activities (other than
  for those preliminary planning and design activities required to comply
  with subsection(b)(2)) for a chemical weapons disposal facility at any
  low-volume site at which the Secretary intends to implement an alternative
  technology process until the Secretary submits the revised concept plan.
SEC. 176. REPORT ON DESTRUCTION OF NONSTOCKPILE CHEMICAL MATERIAL.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- (1) Not later than February 1, 1993, the Secretary of
  the Army shall submit to Congress a report setting forth the Army's plans for
  destroying all chemical warfare material of the United States not covered
  by section 1412 of the Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1986 (50
  U.S.C. 1521), that would be required to be destroyed if the United States
  became a party to a chemical weapons convention described in paragraph (2).
  (2) The chemical weapons convention referred to in paragraph (1) is a
  chemical weapons convention that is substantially the same as the final
  draft of the proposed international Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)
  tabled by the Chairman of the United Nations Conference on Disarmament Ad
  Hoc Committee on Chemical Weapons on June 22, 1992 (CD/CW/WP.400/Rev.1).
  (b) MATERIALS TO BE COVERED BY REPORT- The chemical warfare material
  covered by the report shall include the following:
  (1) Binary chemical munitions.
  (2) Buried chemical munitions.
  (3) Chemical munitions recovered from ranges.
  (4) Chemical weapons production facilities.
  (5) All other chemical warfare material referred to in subsection (a).
  (c) MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED IN REPORT- The report shall include the following:
  (1) A list of all suspected locations (including ranges) of buried or
  unexpended chemical munitions.
  (2) An estimate of the number of such munitions and, of that number,
  how many of such munitions are planned to be destroyed.
  (3) An inventory of the former chemical weapons production facilities and
  previously contaminated storage containers and the plans for destroying
  those facilities and containers.
  (4) An inventory of the binary chemical munitions and the plans for
  destroying those munitions.
  (5) The locations at which the chemical warfare materials and facilities
  referred to in subparagraphs (A) through (D) will be destroyed.
  (6) A description of the use, if any, that will be made of the Chemical
  Agent and Munitions Disposal System (CAMDS) facility, Tooele, Utah, in
  the destruction of those chemical warfare materials, as well as possible
  future uses of that facility for the destruction of conventional munitions
  or for research and development of possible alternative technologies for
  the destruction of chemical munitions.
  (7) For the chemical warfare materials that cannot be destroyed in place
  or on site, a description of the means to be used for transporting the
  materials to disposal facilities.
  (8) An estimate of the cost of destroying such chemical warfare materials
  and facilities.
  (9) An estimate of the time that will be necessary to destroy such chemical
  warfare materials and facilities and the Secretary's determination of the
  likelihood that such materials and facilities can be destroyed by December
  31, 2004.
  (10) A determination as to whether it is a realistic option to transport
  chemical agents and munitions currently stored at low-volume disposal sites
  to other locations for destruction instead of destroying those munitions
  at those sites, taking into consideration safety, cost effectiveness, and
  the potential obligations of the United States under a chemical weapons
  convention to transport substantial quantities of chemical warfare munitions
  and materials not in the United States stockpile of lethal chemical agents
  and munitions to various locations for destruction.
SEC. 177. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL INTEGRITY OF THE CHEMICAL WEAPONS STOCKPILE.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- Not later than May 1, 1993, the Secretary of the Army
  shall submit to Congress a report on the physical and chemical integrity of
  the existing chemical weapons that are contained in the chemical weapons
  stockpile of the United States and are stored within the eight chemical
  weapons storage sites within the continental United States.
  (b) CONTENT OF REPORT- The report shall include the following matters:
  (1) A critical analysis of the near-term, mid-term, and long-term storage
  life of all chemical materials and chemical munitions contained within
  the storage sites referred to in subsection (a).
  (2) For each class of chemical munitions and chemical agents, an analysis
  of the overall frequency of leaks of the munitions and agents and the
  frequency of leaks of the munitions and agents at each storage site.
  (3) For each class of munitions and agents and for each storage site,
  a description of the finite risks and potential harm to human health and
  environmental quality that are associated with such catastrophic events
  as container breach, spontaneous munition ignition, and leak.
  (4) A critical analysis of the risks associated with the storage of the
  chemical munitions and chemical agents in each class of chemical munitions
  and chemical agents that are stored at each storage site through December
  31, 2004.
  (5) A discussion of actions that could be taken to minimize or eliminate
  the risks identified pursuant to paragraphs (1) through (4).
SEC. 178. SENSE OF CONGRESS CONCERNING INTERNATIONAL CONSULTATION AND
EXCHANGE PROGRAM.
  It is the sense of Congress that the Secretary of Defense, in consultation
  with the Secretary of State, should establish, with other nations that
  are anticipated to be signatories to an international agreement or treaty
  banning chemical weapons, a program under which consultation and exchange
  concerning chemical weapons disposal technology could be enhanced. Such a
  program shall be used to facilitate the exchange of technical information
  and advice concerning the disposal of chemical weapons among signatory
  nations and to further the development of safer, more cost-effective
  methods for the disposal of chemical weapons.
SEC. 179. TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS TO SECTION 1412.
  Section 1412 of Public Law 99-145 (50 U.S.C. 1521) is amended as follows:
  (1) Subsection (a) is amended--
  (A) by striking out `(1)' before `Notwithstanding any other provision of
  law,'; and
  (B) by striking out paragraph (2).
  (2) Subsection (c) is amended by striking out `subsection (a)(1)' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `subsection (a)'.
  (3) Subsection (g) is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (1), by striking out `paragraph (4)' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `paragraph (3)';
  (B) by striking out paragraph (2);
  (C) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2) and in that paragraph
  striking out `report other than the first one' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `such report'; and
  (D) by redesignating paragraph (4) as paragraph (3).
SEC. 180. DEFINITION OF LOW-VOLUME SITE.
  For purposes of this subtitle, the term `low-volume site' means one of
  the three chemical weapons storage sites in the United States at which
  there is stored 5 percent or less of the total United States stockpile of
  unitary chemical weapons.
Subtitle H--Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support Initiative
SEC. 191. SHORT TITLE.
  This subtitle may be cited as the `Armament Retooling and Manufacturing
  Support Act of 1992'.
SEC. 192. POLICY.
  It is the policy of the United States--
  (1) to encourage, to the maximum extent practicable, nondefense commercial
  firms to use Government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing
  facilities of the Department of the Army;
  (2) to use such facilities for supporting programs, projects, policies,
  and initiatives that promote competition in the private sector of the
  United States economy and that advance United States interests in the
  global marketplace;
  (3) to increase the manufacture of products inside the United States that,
  to a significant extent, are manufactured outside the United States;
  (4) to support policies and programs that provide manufacturers with
  incentives to assist the United States in making more efficient and
  economical use of Government-owned industrial plants and equipment for
  commercial purposes;
  (5) to provide, as appropriate, small businesses (including socially and
  economically disadvantaged small business concerns and new small businesses)
  with incentives that encourage those businesses to undertake manufacturing
  and other industrial processing activities that contribute to the prosperity
  of the United States;
  (6) to encourage the creation of jobs through increased investment in the
  private sector of the United States economy;
  (7) to foster a more efficient, cost-effective, and adaptable armaments
  industry in the United States;
  (8) to achieve, with respect to armaments manufacturing capacity, an optimum
  level of readiness of the defense industrial base of the United States
  that is consistent with the projected threats to the national security of
  the United States and the projected emergency requirements of the Armed
  Forces of the United States; and
  (9) to encourage facility contracting where feasible.
SEC. 193. ARMAMENT RETOOLING AND MANUFACTURING SUPPORT INITIATIVE.
  (a) AUTHORITY FOR INITIATIVE- During fiscal years 1993 and 1994,
  the Secretary of the Army may carry out a program to be known as the
  `Armament Retooling and Manufacturing Support Initiative' (hereinafter in
  this subtitle referred to as the `ARMS Initiative').
  (b) PURPOSES- The purposes of the ARMS Initiative are as follows:
  (1) To encourage commercial firms, to the maximum extent practicable,
  to use Government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing
  facilities of the Department of the Army for commercial purposes.
  (2) To increase the opportunities for small businesses (including socially
  and economically disadvantaged small business concerns and new small
  businesses) to use such facilities for those purposes.
  (3) To reduce the adverse effects of reduced Department of the Army
  spending that are experienced by States and communities by providing for
  such facilities to be used for commercial purposes that create jobs and
  promote prosperity.
  (4) To provide for the reemployment and retraining of skilled workers who,
  as a result of the closing of such facilities, are idled or underemployed.
  (5) To contribute to the attainment of economic stability in economically
  depressed regions of the United States where there are  Government-owned,
  contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing facilities of the Department
  of the Army.
  (6) To maintain in the United States a work force having the skills in
  manufacturing processes that are necessary to meet industrial emergency
  planned requirements for national security purposes.
  (7) To be a model for future defense conversion initiatives.
  (8) To the maximum extent practicable, to allow the operation of
  Government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing facilities
  of the Department of the Army to be rapidly responsive to the forces of
  free market competition.
  (9) Through the use of Government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition
  manufacturing facilities for commercial purposes, to encourage relocation
  of industrial production to the United States from outside the United States.
  (c) AVAILABILITY OF FACILITIES- The Secretary of the Army may make the
  Government-owned, contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing facilities of
  the Department of the Army available for the purposes of the ARMS Initiative.
SEC. 194. FACILITIES CONTRACTS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- In the case of each Government-owned, contractor-operated
  ammunition manufacturing facility of the Department of the Army that is
  made available for the ARMS Initiative, the Secretary of the Army may,
  by contract, authorize the facility contractor--
  (1) to use the facility for one or more years consistent with the purposes
  of the ARMS Initiative; and
  (2) to enter into multiyear subcontracts for the commercial use of the
  facility consistent with such purposes.
  (b) FACILITY CONTRACTOR DEFINED- For purposes of subsection (a),
  the term `facility contractor', with respect to a Government-owned,
  contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing facility of the Department
  of the Army, means a contractor that, under a contract with the Secretary
  of the Army--
  (1) is authorized to manufacture ammunition or any component of ammunition
  at the facility; and
  (2) is responsible for the overall operation and maintenance of the facility
  for meeting planned requirements in the event of an industrial emergency.
SEC. 195. REPORTING REQUIREMENT.
  Not later than July 1, 1993, the Secretary of the Army shall submit to
  the congressional defense committees a report on the ARMS initiative. The
  report shall contain--
  (1) a comprehensive review of contracting of Government-owned,
  contractor-operated ammunition manufacturing facilities, under the ARMS
  Initiative; and
  (2) any recommendations the Secretary may have for changes to the ARMS
  Initiative.
TITLE II--RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION
Subtitle A--Authorizations
SEC. 201. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for
  the use of the Armed Forces for research, development, test, and evaluation
  as follows:
  (1) For the Army, $5,919,048,000.
  (2) For the Navy, $8,984,717,000.
  (3) For the Air Force, $14,231,700,000.
  (4) For the Defense Agencies, $10,478,115,000, of which--
  (A) $261,707,000 is authorized for the activities of the Deputy Director,
  Defense Research and Engineering (Test and Evaluation); and
  (B) $12,983,000 is authorized for the Director of Operational Test and
  Evaluation.
SEC. 202. AMOUNT FOR BASIC RESEARCH AND EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT.
  (a) FISCAL YEAR 1993- Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by
  section 201, $4,374,912,000 shall be available for basic research and
  exploratory development projects.
  (b) BASIC RESEARCH AND EXPLORATORY DEVELOPMENT DEFINED- For purposes of
  this section, the term `basic research and exploratory development' means
  work funded in program elements for defense research and development under
  Department of Defense category 6.1 or 6.2.
SEC. 203. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT.
  (a) FISCAL YEAR 1993- Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by
  section 201, $374,620,000 shall be available for, and may be obligated
  only for, manufacturing technology development as follows:
  (1) For the Army, $51,000,000.
  (2) For the Navy, $119,250,000.
  (3) For the Air Force, $138,370,000.
  (4) For the Defense Logistics Agency, $29,000,000.
  (5) For the Office of the Secretary of Defense, $37,000,000.
  (b) WORKER SKILLS- Manufacturing technology development programs conducted
  by or for the Department of Defense, including those programs for which
  funds are made available pursuant to section 203, shall include a focus
  on production technologies designed to build on and expand existing worker
  skills and experience in manufacturing production.
SEC. 204. STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM.
  Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated by section 201, $200,000,000
  shall be available for the Strategic Environmental Research and Development
  Program.
SEC. 205. ENDOWMENT FOR DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL COOPERATION.
  (a) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall prepare a report on the benefits
  and limitations of establishing a United States-Israel Endowment for
  Defense Industrial Cooperation with the following objectives:
  (1) To promote and support joint defense industrial activities of mutual
  benefit to the United States and Israel.
  (2) To promote and support joint commercialization of defense technologies
  of mutual benefit to the United States and Israel.
  (3) To strengthen a mutually beneficial defense trade program between the
  United States and Israel.
  (b) DEADLINE- The Secretary shall submit to Congress the report required
  by subsection (a) no later than August 1, 1993.
Subtitle B--Program Requirements, Restrictions, and Limitations
SEC. 211. V-22 OSPREY AIRCRAFT PROGRAM.
  (a) FUNDING- Of the funds authorized to be appropriated pursuant to
  section 201 or otherwise made available for research, development, test,
  and evaluation for the Navy for fiscal year 1993, the sum of $755,000,000
  shall be used only for the V-22 Osprey aircraft program.
  (b) USE OF FUNDS FOR CURRENT AND PRIOR FISCAL YEARS- The amount made
  available for fiscal year 1993 for the V-22 Osprey aircraft program pursuant
  to subsection (a) and the amounts that were authorized and appropriated
  for preceding fiscal years for that program may be used only for--
  (1) the development and manufacture of V-22 Osprey or derivative tiltrotor
  aircraft for operational testing; and
  (2) the operational testing of such aircraft.
  (c) REPORT- (1) The Commandant of the Marine Corps shall submit to the
  congressional defense committees a report on the crash of the V-22 Osprey
  prototype aircraft that occurred on July 20, 1992. The report shall include
  a discussion of the following matters:
  (A) The cause or causes of the crash.
  (B) The extent to which a redesign of a system might be required to correct
  the condition or conditions that caused the crash.
  (C) The effects of the crash on the cost, schedule, and technical risk of
  the V-22 Osprey development and testing program.
  (2) Not more than 50 percent of the amount appropriated for the Navy for
  fiscal year 1993 and made available for the V-22 Osprey aircraft program
  may be obligated for such program until the Commandant has submitted the
  report required by paragraph (1).
SEC. 212. SPECIAL OPERATIONS VARIANT OF THE V-22 OSPREY AIRCRAFT.
  Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated pursuant to section 201(4),
  $15,000,000 shall be available for research, development, test, and
  evaluation in connection with the special operations variant of the V-22
  Osprey aircraft.
SEC. 213. EXTENSION OF PROHIBITION ON TESTING MID-INFRARED ADVANCED CHEMICAL
LASER AGAINST AN OBJECT IN SPACE.
  The Secretary of Defense may not carry out a test of the Mid-Infrared
  Advanced Chemical Laser (MIRACL) transmitter and associated optics against
  an object in space during 1993 unless such testing is specifically authorized
  by law.
SEC. 214. NAVY TACTICAL AVIATION PROGRAMS.
  (a) A-X AIRCRAFT PROGRAM- The Secretary of Defense shall restructure the
  acquisition plan for the A-X aircraft program to provide for development,
  demonstration, and validation of at least two prototypes for each of the two
  most promising proposals received from concept exploration. In restructuring
  such acquisition strategy, the Secretary shall require the following:
  (1) That the prototype designs for such aircraft, to the maximum extent
  feasible, use technologies for engines, radar, and avionics that are derived
  from the F-117, A-12, B-2, or F-22 aircraft programs or that are currently
  available in existing aircraft.
  (2) That the aircraft design to be used for the program be selected through
  the use of competitive procedures.
  (b) FA-18E/F AIRCRAFT PROGRAM- The Secretary of the Navy may not obligate
  any funds for procurement for the F-18E/F multirole aircraft program until--
  (1) the Secretary has completed an early operational assessment of the
  aircraft design based in part on flight performance of not less than two
  research and development prototype aircraft; and
  (2) the Director of Operational Test and Evaluation of the Department of
  Defense has approved the operational assessment plan for the program.
SEC. 215. ONE-YEAR DELAY IN TRANSFER OF MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY FOR NAVY
MINE COUNTERMEASURES PROGRAM.
  Section 216 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1317) is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by striking out `during fiscal years 1993 through
  1997' and inserting in lieu thereof `during fiscal years 1994 through
  1997'; and
  (2) in subsection (b), by striking out `not later than June 1 of the
  calender year in which that fiscal year begins' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `coincident with the submission of the budget for that fiscal year'.
SEC. 216. LIGHT ARMORED VEHICLE 105-MILLIMETER GUN (LAV-105) PROGRAM.
  (a) REINSTATEMENT OF LAV-105 PROGRAM- Unless the development program for
  the Light Armored Vehicle 105-millimeter (LAV-105) gun has been reinstated
  and the funds appropriated for that program for fiscal year 1992 have
  been obligated by the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of
  the Navy, not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this
  Act shall--
  (1) reinstate the program for engineering and manufacturing systems
  development of the LAV-105 vehicle; and
  (2) obligate the funds provided for fiscal year 1992 for development and
  evaluation of the LAV-105 vehicle prototype.
  (b) FUNDING- Of the funds authorized to be appropriated pursuant to section
  201, or otherwise made available, for research, development, test, and
  evaluation for the Navy for fiscal year 1993, the sum of $14,700,000 shall
  be available for completion of the development and operational testing of
  the LAV-105 vehicle.
SEC. 217. ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS.
  Section 2371 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the
  end the following new subsection:
  `(g) The Secretary of Defense, in carrying out research projects through
  the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and the Secretary of each
  military department, in carrying out research projects, may permit the
  director of any federally funded research and development center to enter
  into cooperative research and development agreements with any person,
  any agency or instrumentality of the United States, any unit of State
  or local government, and any other entity under the authority granted
  by section 11 of the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980
  (15 U.S.C. 3710a). Technology may be transferred to a non-Federal party
  to such an agreement consistent with the provisions of sections 10 and 11
  of such Act (15 U.S.C. 3710, 3710a).'.
SEC. 218. REVISION TO SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETIC ENERGY STORAGE PROJECT.
  (a) PROGRAM PLAN- The Secretary of Defense, acting through the Director of
  the Defense Nuclear Agency, shall revise and proceed with the program plan
  submitted pursuant to section 220(b) of Public Law 102-190 (105 Stat. 1320)
  to revise and build an engineering test model for the Superconducting
  Magnetic Energy Storage Project.
  (b) REVISIONS REQUIRED- The Secretary shall revise the program plan for
  the Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage Project to include the following:
  (1) Background information on prior plans, on completed work, and on the
  specific history of Phases 1 and 2 of the Department of Defense's project.
  (2) An improved and expanded management plan which establishes a distinct
  Project Office in the Department of Defense or in the Department of Energy.
  (3) A project organizational structure which includes two oversight elements,
  as follows:
  (A) An executive management steering committee composed of representatives
  of the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and the Electric
  Power Research Institute and representatives of any host utility and
  contributing sponsors.
  (B) A technical review committee to provide a forum of United States
  experts to review the program progress and technical results and efforts
  to investigate the utility of superconducting magnetic energy storage,
  with a requirement that the reviews be conducted at least quarterly and
  findings be reported to the Director, Defense Research and Engineering.
  (4) Details of planned technical tasks that include--
  (A) superconductor experiments that significantly increase the electric
  current capacity of superconducting magnetic energy storage experiments
  conducted in previous phases;
  (B) new system sizing and costing studies of the engineering test model
  for extrapolation to both smaller and larger systems;
  (C) materials and construction experiments and studies that lead to total
  system cost reduction; and
  (D) system studies to determine potential applications of superconducting
  magnetic energy storage, including military, commercial, and scientific
  utility of the engineering test model.
  (5) Plans to secure cost sharing for the project.
  (c) SCHEDULE- The Secretary shall submit the revised plan to Congress not
  later than 30 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (d) FUNDING- The Secretary shall use unobligated funds appropriated
  for fiscal year 1992 for research, development, test, and evaluation to
  conduct the scientific investigations pertaining to this section, including
  contracting with the Department of Energy for appropriate participation
  in the studies.
  (e) REVISION TO FISCAL YEAR 1992 PROVISIONS- (1) Section 220(b) of Public
  Law 102-190 (105 Stat. 1320) is amended--
  (A) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (1) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `and by participating private sector firms.'; and
  (B) by striking out paragraph (3).
  (2) Title IV of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1992 (Public
  Law 102-172; 105 Stat. 1166), is amended in the paragraph under the heading
  `RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE AGENCIES' by striking
  out `Provided further, That the Secretary of Defense shall complete the
  Phase One contractor down-selection process for the Superconductive Magnetic
  Energy Storage system within 60 days after enactment of this Act:'.
Subtitle C--Missile Defense Programs
SEC. 231. THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE INITIATIVE.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE INITIATIVE- The Secretary
  of Defense shall establish a Theater Missile Defense Initiative office
  within the Department of Defense. All theater and tactical missile defense
  activities of the Department of Defense (including all programs, projects,
  and activities formerly associated with the Theater Missile Defense program
  element of the Strategic Defense Initiative) shall be carried out under
  the Theater Missile Defense Initiative.
  (b) FUNDING FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993- Of the amounts appropriated pursuant
  to section 201 or otherwise made available to the Department of Defense
  for research, development, test, and evaluation for fiscal year 1993,
  not more than $935,000,000 may be obligated for activities of the Theater
  Missile Defense Initiative, of which not less than $90,000,000 shall be
  made available for exploration of promising concepts for naval theater
  missile defense.
  (c) REPORT- When the President's budget for fiscal year 1994 is submitted
  to Congress pursuant to section 1105 of title 31, United States Code, the
  Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense committees
  a report--
  (1) setting forth the proposed allocation by the Secretary of funds for
  the Theater Missile Defense Initiative for fiscal year 1994, shown for
  each program, project, and activity;
  (2) describing an updated master plan for the Theater Missile Defense
  Initiative that includes (A) a detailed consideration of plans for
  theater and tactical missile defense doctrine, training, tactics, and
  force structure, and (B) a detailed acquisition strategy which includes a
  consideration of acquisition and life-cycle costs through the year 2005
  for the programs, projects, and activities associated with the Theater
  Missile Defense Initiative;
  (3) assessing the possible near-term contribution and cost-effectiveness
  for theater missile defense of exoatmospheric capabilities, to include at
  a minimum a consideration of--
  (A) the use of the Navy's Standard missile combined with a kick stage
  rocket motor and lightweight exoatmospheric projectile (LEAP); and
  (B) the use of the Patriot missile combined with a kick stage rocket motor
  and LEAP.
  (d) EFFECTIVE DATE- The provisions of subsections (a), (b), and (c) shall
  be implemented not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of
  this Act.
SEC. 232. STRATEGIC DEFENSE INITIATIVE FUNDING.
  (a) TOTAL AMOUNT- Of the amounts appropriated pursuant to section 201
  or otherwise made available to the Department of Defense for research,
  development, test, and evaluation for fiscal year 1993, not more than
  $3,039,800,000 may be obligated for the Strategic Defense Initiative.
  (b) SPECIFIC AMOUNTS FOR THE PROGRAM ELEMENTS- Of the amount described in
  subsection (a)--
  (1) not more than $2,039,800,000 shall be available for programs, projects,
  and activities within the Limited Defense System program element;
  (2) not more than $300,000,000 shall be available for programs, projects,
  and activities within the Space-Based Interceptors program element;
  (3) not more than $300,000,000 shall be available for programs, projects,
  and activities within the Other Follow-On Systems program element; and
  (4) not more than $400,000,000 shall be available for programs, projects,
  and activities within the Research and Support Activities program element.
  (d) CONSTRUCTION OF AUTHORITY IN RELATION TO USER OPERATIONAL EVALUATION
  SYSTEM- Nothing in this Act shall be construed to authorize the exercise of
  any option to fabricate or field elements of a User Operational Evaluation
  System at the initial anti-ballistic missile defense site.
SEC. 233. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND TRANSFER AUTHORITIES FOR TMDI AND SDI.
  (a) REPORTING REQUIREMENT- Not later than 90 days after the date of the
  enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the
  congressional defense committees a report on the allocation of funds
  appropriated for the Theater Missile Defense Initiative and the Strategic
  Defense Initiative for fiscal year 1993. The report shall specify the amount
  of such funds allocated for each program, project, and activity of the
  Theater Missile Defense Initiative and the Strategic Defense Initiative
  and shall list each Strategic Defense Initiative program, project, and
  activity under the appropriate program element and list each Theater
  Missile Defense Initiative program, project, and activity.
  (b) TRANSFER AUTHORITIES-
  (1) IN GENERAL- Before the submission of the report required under subsection
  (a) and notwithstanding the limitations set forth in sections 231(b)
  and 232(b) of this Act, the Secretary of Defense may transfer funds among
  the Strategic Defense Initiative program elements named in section 232(b)
  of this Act and from such elements to the Theater Missile Defense Initiative.
  (2) LIMITATION- The total amount that may be transferred to or from any
  program element named in section 232(b)--
  (A) may not exceed 10 percent of the amount provided in such subsection
  for the program element from which the transfer is made; and
  (B) may not result in an increase of more than 10 percent of the amount
  provided in section 232(b) for the Strategic Defense Initiative program
  element to which the transfer is made and may not result in an increase
  of more than 10 percent of the amount provided in section 231(b) for the
  Theater Missile Defense Initiative.
  (3) RESTRICTION- Transfer authority under paragraph (1) may not be used for
  a decrease in funds identified in section 231(b) for the Theater Missile
  Defense Initiative.
  (4) MERGER AND AVAILABILITY- Amounts transferred pursuant to paragraph
  (1) shall be merged with and be available for the same purposes as the
  amounts to which transferred.
SEC. 234. REVISION OF THE MISSILE DEFENSE ACT OF 1991.
  (a) MISSILE DEFENSE GOALS OF THE UNITED STATES- Section 232(a) of the
  Missile Defense Act of 1991 (part C of title II of Public Law 102-190; 105
  Stat. 1321) is amended by striking out `(a)' and all that follows through
  the end of the paragraph (1) and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `(a) MISSILE DEFENSE GOALS OF THE UNITED STATES- It is a goal of the United
  States to--
  `(1) comply with the ABM Treaty, including any protocol or amendment
  thereto, and not develop, test, or deploy any ballistic missile defense
  system, or component thereof, in violation of the treaty, as modified
  by any protocol or amendment thereto, while deploying an anti-ballistic
  missile system that is capable of providing a highly effective defense of
  the United States against limited attacks of ballistic missiles;'.
  (b) ELIMINATION OF THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE PROGRAM ELEMENT FROM SDI-
  (1) Section 235(a) of such Act (105 Stat. 1323) is amended--
  (A) by striking out paragraph (2); and
  (B) by redesignating paragraphs (3), (4), and (5) as paragraphs (2),
  (3), and (4), respectively.
  (2) Section 236 of such Act (105 Stat. 1323) is amended--
  (A) by striking out subsection (b); and
  (B) by redesignating subsections (c), (d), and (e) as subsections, (b),
  (c), and (d), respectively.
  (c) IMPLEMENTATION OF GOAL- Subsection (b) of section 233 of such Act
  (105 Stat. 1322) is amended by striking out paragraphs (1) and (2) and
  inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `(1) THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS- The Secretary of Defense shall
  develop advanced theater missile defense systems for deployment.
  `(2) INITIAL ABM DEPLOYMENT- The Secretary shall develop for deployment
  a cost-effective, operationally effective, and ABM Treaty-compliant
  antiballistic missile system at a single site as the initial step toward
  deployment of an antiballistic missile system described in section 232(a)(1)
  designed to protect the United States against limited ballistic missile
  threats, including accidental or unauthorized launches or Third World
  attacks. The system components to be developed shall include--
  `(A) 100 ground-based interceptors, the design of which is to be determined
  by competition and downselection for the most capable interceptor or
  interceptors;
  `(B) fixed, ground-based, antiballistic missile battle management radars; and
  `(C) optimum utilization of space-based sensors, including sensors capable
  of cueing ground-based antiballistic missile interceptors and providing
  initial targeting vectors, and other sensor systems that are not prohibited
  by the ABM Treaty, including specifically the Ground Surveillance and
  Tracking System.'.
  (d) FOLLOW-ON TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH- (1) Subsection (c) of section 234 of
  such Act (105 Stat. 1323) is amended to read as follows:
  `(c) TRANSFER OF MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
  OF FAR-TERM FOLLOW-ON TECHNOLOGIES-
  `(1) TRANSFER REQUIRED- As the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization
  (SDIO) transitions from a broadly based research organization to a focused
  acquisition agency, maintaining responsibility for research and development
  of far-term follow-on technologies in that organization could distract
  management and result in funding shortfalls as the Strategic Defense
  Initiative Organization's priorities increasingly center on near-term
  deployment architectures. Accordingly, the Secretary of Defense shall
  transfer management and budget responsibility for research and development
  of all far-term follow-on technologies currently under the Strategic Defense
  Initiative Organization to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
  (DARPA) or the appropriate military department, unless the Secretary
  determines, and certifies to the congressional defense committees, that
  transfer of a particular far-term follow-on technology currently under
  the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization would not be in the national
  security interests of the United States.
  `(2) DEFINITION- For purposes of paragraph (1), the term `far-term follow-on
  technology' means a technology that is not likely to be incorporated into
  a weapon system within 10 to 15 years after the date of the enactment of
  this Act.'.
  (2)(A) Not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional defense
  committees a report identifying--
  (i) those programs, projects, and activities under the Other Follow-On
  Technologies program element for fiscal year 1993 which the Secretary is
  transferring to a military department or the Defense Advanced Research
  Projects Agency; and
  (ii) those programs, projects, and activities under the Other Follow-On
  Technologies program element which the Secretary certifies are necessary
  in the national security interests of the United States to maintain under
  the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization.
  (B) For purposes of subparagraph (A), the term `programs, projects,
  and activities under the Other Follow-On Technologies program element for
  fiscal year 1993' means the programs, projects, and activities listed under
  the Other Follow-On Technologies program element for fiscal year 1993 in
  the report submitted to the congressional defense committees on July 2,
  1992 pursuant to section 233(b)(3) of the Missile Defense Act of 1991.
  (e) RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION OBJECTIVES FOR SDI PROGRAM
  ELEMENTS- Section 236 of such Act (105 Stat. 1323) is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by striking out `by fiscal year 1996' in the second
  sentence; and
  (2) in subsection (d), by inserting `and which the Secretary has determined
  are necessary in the national security interests of the United States to
  be maintained under the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization' before
  the period at the end.
  (f) REVIEW OF FOLLOW-ON DEPLOYMENT OPTIONS- Section 238 of such Act
  (105 Stat. 1326) is amended by striking out `of fiscal year 1996' in the
  first sentence.
SEC. 235. DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILE SYSTEMS OR
COMPONENTS.
  (a) USE OF FUNDS-
  (1) LIMITATION- Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal
  year 1993, or otherwise made available to the Department of Defense from
  any funds appropriated for fiscal year 1993 or for any fiscal year before
  1993, may not be obligated or expended--
  (A) for any development or testing of anti-ballistic missile systems
  or components except for development and testing consistent with the
  development and testing described in the July 1992 SDIO Report; or
  (B) for the acquisition of any material or equipment (including any
  long lead materials, components, piece parts, test equipment, or any
  modified space launch vehicle) required or to be used for the development
  or testing of anti-ballistic missile systems or components, except for
  material or equipment required for development or testing consistent with
  the development and testing described in the July 1992 SDIO Report.
  (2) EXCEPTION- The limitation under paragraph (1) shall not apply to
  funds transferred to or for the use of the Strategic Defense Initiative
  for fiscal year 1993 if the transfer is made in accordance with section
  1001 of this Act.
  (b) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `July 1992 SDIO Report' means
  the report entitled, `1992 Report to Congress on the Strategic Defense
  Initiative,' prepared by the Strategic Defense Initiative Organization and
  submitted to certain committees of the Senate and House of Representatives
  by the Secretary of Defense pursuant to section 224 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189;
  103 Stat. 1398; 10 U.S.C. 2431).
SEC. 236. LIMITATION REGARDING SUPPORT SERVICES CONTRACTS OF THE STRATEGIC
DEFENSE INITIATIVE ORGANIZATION.
  (a) LIMITATION- Of the amounts that are appropriated to the Department of
  Defense for fiscal year 1993 pursuant to the authorizations of appropriations
  contained in this Act and are made available for the Strategic Defense
  Initiative Organization, not more than $135,000,000 may be expended for
  the procurement of support services.
  (b) DEFINITION- For purposes of subsection (a), the term `support services'
  means any of the following:
  (1) Professional, administrative, and management support services.
  (2) Special studies and analyses.
  (3) Services contracted for under section 3109 of title 5, United States
  Code.
Subtitle D--Other Matters
SEC. 241. MEDICAL COUNTERMEASURES AGAINST BIOWARFARE THREATS.
  (a) FUNDING- Of the amounts appropriated pursuant to section 201 for
  fiscal year 1993, not more than $59,670,000 shall be available for the
  medical component of the Biological Defense Research Program (BDRP) of
  the Department of Defense.
  (b) LIMITATIONS- (1) Funds appropriated or otherwise made available
  for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 may be obligated and
  expended for product development, and for research, development, testing,
  and evaluation, of medical countermeasures against biowarfare threat agents
  only in accordance with this section.
  (2) Of the funds made available pursuant to subsection (a), not more
  than $10,000,000 may be obligated or expended for research, development,
  test, or evaluation of medical countermeasures against far-term validated
  biowarfare threat agents.
  (3) Of the funds made available pursuant to subsection (a) other than
  funds made available pursuant to paragraph (2) for the purpose set out in
  that paragraph--
  (A) not more than 80 percent may be obligated and expended for product
  development, or for research, development, test, or evaluation, of medical
  countermeasures against near-term validated biowarfare threat agents; and
  (B) not more than 20 percent may be obligated or expended for product
  development, or for research, development, test, or evaluation, of medical
  countermeasures against mid-term validated biowarfare threat agents.
  (c) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `validated biowarfare threat agent' means a biological
  agent that--
  (A) is named in the biological warfare threat list published by the Defense
  Intelligence Agency; and
  (B) is identified as a biowarfare threat by the Deputy Chief of Staff of
  the Army for Intelligence in accordance with Army regulations applicable
  to intelligence support for the medical component of the Biological Defense
  Research Program.
  (2) The term `near-term validated biowarfare threat agent' means a validated
  biowarfare threat agent that has been, or is being, developed or produced
  for weaponization within 5 years, as assessed and determined by the Defense
  Intelligence Agency.
  (3) The term `mid-term validated biowarfare threat agent' means a validated
  biowarfare threat agent that is an emerging biowarfare threat, is the
  object of research by a foreign threat country, and will be ready for
  weaponization in more than 5 years and less than 10 years, as assessed
  and determined by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
  (4) The term `far-term validated biowarfare threat agent' means a validated
  biowarfare threat agent that is a future biowarfare threat, is the object of
  research by a foreign threat country, and could be ready for weaponization
  in more than 10 years and less than 20 years, as assessed and determined
  by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
  (5) The term `weaponization' means incorporation into usable ordnance or
  other militarily useful means of delivery.
SEC. 242. NATIONAL AERO-SPACE PLANE.
  (a) FUNDING LIMITATION- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds
  made available to the Department of Defense may not be obligated for the
  National Aero-Space Plane program for any fiscal year in an amount greater
  than twice the amount provided for that program in the appropriations Act
  making appropriations for that fiscal year for the Department of Housing
  and Urban Development and for independent agencies.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Subsection (a) applies with respect to fiscal years
  after fiscal year 1993.
SEC. 243. LANDSAT REMOTE-SENSING SATELLITE PROGRAM.
  Notwithstanding the provisions of the Land-Remote Sensing Commercialization
  Act of 1984 (15 U.S.C. 4201 et seq.), the Secretary of Defense is authorized
  to contract for the development and procurement of, and support for
  operations of, the Landsat vehicle designated as Landsat 7.
TITLE III--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
Subtitle A--Authorizations of Appropriations
SEC. 301. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FUNDING.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for the
  use of the Armed Forces and other activities and agencies of the Department
  of Defense for expenses, not otherwise provided for, for operation and
  maintenance in amounts as follows:
  (1) For the Army, $13,901,912,000.
  (2) For the Navy, $19,532,996,000.
  (3) For the Marine Corps, $1,558,515,000.
  (4) For the Air Force, $16,592,857,000.
  (5) For the Defense Agencies, $9,266,879,000.
  (6) For the Army Reserve, $1,014,773,000.
  (7) For the Naval Reserve, $865,492,000.
  (8) For the Marine Corps Reserve, $75,171,000.
  (9) For the Air Force Reserve, $1,214,287,000.
  (10) For the Army National Guard, $2,238,013,000.
  (11) For the Air National Guard, $2,513,175,000.
  (12) For the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, $2,700,000.
  (13) For the Defense Inspector General, $125,200,000.
  (14) For Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense,
  $1,263,400,000.
  (15) For the Court of Military Appeals, $5,893,000.
  (16) For Environmental Restoration, Defense, $1,513,200,000.
  (17) For Humanitarian Assistance, $25,000,000.
  (18) For the Defense Health Program, $9,159,039,000.
  (19) For support for the 1996 Summer Olympics, $2,000,000.
  (20) For support for the 1993 World University Games, $6,000,000.
  (21) For support for the 1994 World Cup Games, $9,000,000.
SEC. 302. WORKING CAPITAL FUNDS.
  There is hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for the
  use of the Armed Forces and other activities and agencies of the Department
  of Defense for providing capital for the Defense Business Operations Fund,
  $1,145,000,000.
SEC. 303. ARMED FORCES RETIREMENT HOME.
  There is hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 from
  the Armed Forces Retirement Home Trust Fund the sum of $62,728,000 for
  the operation of the Armed Forces Retirement Home, including the United
  States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home and the Naval Home.
SEC. 304. HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE.
  (a) PURPOSE- (1) Funds appropriated pursuant to the authorization in section
  301(17) shall be available for the purposes of section 2551 of title 10,
  United States Code, as added by subsection (c), including the transportation
  of humanitarian relief for the people of Afghanistan and Cambodia.
  (2) Of the funds authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993
  pursuant to section 301(17) for such purpose, not more than $3,000,000
  shall be available for distribution of humanitarian relief supplies to
  displaced persons or refugees who are noncombatants, including those
  affiliated with the Cambodian non-Communist resistance, at or near the
  border between Thailand and Cambodia.
  (b) AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER FUNDS- The Secretary of Defense may transfer,
  pursuant to section 2551(b) of such title, not more than $3,000,000 of
  the funds referred to in subsection (a)(1).
  (c) CODIFICATION OF AUTHORITY AND ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS- (1) Subchapter
  II of chapter 152 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding
  at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2551. Humanitarian assistance
  `(a) AUTHORIZED ASSISTANCE- To the extent provided in defense authorization
  Acts, funds authorized to be appropriated to the Department of Defense for
  a fiscal year for humanitarian assistance shall be used for the purpose of
  providing transportation of humanitarian relief and for other humanitarian
  purposes worldwide.
  `(b) AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER FUNDS- To the extent provided in  defense
  authorization Acts for a fiscal year, the Secretary of Defense may transfer
  to the Secretary of State funds appropriated for the purposes of this
  section to provide for--
  `(1) the payment of administrative costs incurred in providing the
  transportation described in subsection (a); and
  `(2) the purchase or other acquisition of transportation assets for the
  distribution of humanitarian relief supplies in the country of destination.
  `(c) TRANSPORTATION OF HUMANITARIAN RELIEF- (1) Transportation of
  humanitarian relief provided with funds appropriated for the purposes of
  this section shall be provided under the direction of the Secretary of State.
  `(2) Such transportation shall be provided by the most economical commercial
  or military means available, unless the Secretary of State determines
  that it is in the national interest of the United States to provide such
  transportation other than by the most economical means available. The
  means used to provide such transportation may include the use of aircraft
  and personnel of the reserve components of the Armed Forces.
  `(3) Nothing in this subsection shall be construed as waiving the
  requirements of section 2631 of this title and sections 901(b) and 901b
  of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936 (46 U.S.C. App. 1241(b) and 1241f).
  `(d) AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS- To the extent provided in appropriation Acts,
  funds appropriated for humanitarian assistance for the purposes of this
  section shall remain available until expended.
  `(e) STATUS REPORTS- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall submit (at the
  times specified in paragraph (2)) to the Committees on Armed Services and
  Foreign Relations of the Senate and the Committees on Armed Services and
  Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives a report on the provision
  of humanitarian assistance pursuant to this section.
  `(2)(A) Whenever there is enacted a defense authorization Act that contains
  an authorization of appropriations for humanitarian assistance, a report
  referred to in paragraph (1) shall be submitted as provided in that
  paragraph not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of that Act.
  `(B) In addition to reports submitted as provided in subparagraph (A),
  a report shall be submitted under paragraph (1) not later than June 1 of
  each year.
  `(3) Each report required by paragraph (1) shall cover all provisions of law,
  contained in defense authorization Acts, that authorize appropriations for
  humanitarian assistance to be available for the purposes of this section. A
  report submitted after the obligation of all amounts appropriated pursuant
  to such a provision of law shall not cover that provision of law.
  `(4) Subject to paragraph (3), a report required by paragraph (1) shall
  contain (as of the date on which the report is submitted) the following
  information:
  `(A) The total amount of funds obligated for humanitarian relief under
  this section.
  `(B) The number of scheduled and completed flights for purposes of providing
  humanitarian relief under this section.
  `(C) A description of any transfer of excess nonlethal supplies of the
  Department of Defense made available for humanitarian relief purposes under
  section 2547 of this title. The description shall include the date of the
  transfer, to whom the transfer is made, the quantity of items transferred,
  the acquisition value of the items transferred, and the value of the items
  at the time of the transfer.
  `(f) REPORT REGARDING RELIEF FOR UNAUTHORIZED COUNTRIES- In any case in which
  the Secretary of Defense provides for the transportation of humanitarian
  relief to a country to which the transportation of humanitarian relief
  has not been specifically authorized by law, the Secretary shall notify
  the Committees on Appropriations and on Armed Services of the Senate and
  House of Representatives, the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate,
  and the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives of
  the Secretary's intention to provide such transportation. The notification
  shall be submitted not less than 15 days before the commencement of such
  transportation.
  `(g) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `defense authorization Act'
  means an Act that authorizes appropriations for one or more fiscal years for
  military activities of the Department of Defense, including authorizations
  of appropriations for the activities described in paragraph (7) of section
  114(a) of this title.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such subchapter is amended
  by adding at the end the following new item:
`2551. Humanitarian assistance.'.
  (d) LAWS COVERED BY INITIAL REPORTS- For purposes of subsection (e) of
  section 2551 of title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection (c),
  section 304 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1333), and the humanitarian
  relief laws referred to in subsection (f)(4) of section 304 of that Act
  (as in effect on the day before the date of the enactment of this Act)
  shall be considered as provisions of law that authorized appropriations
  for humanitarian assistance to be available for the purposes of section
  2551 of title 10, United States Code.
  (e) REPEAL OF SUPERSEDED REPORTING REQUIREMENT- Section 304 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1333) is amended by striking out subsection (f).
SEC. 305. SUPPORT FOR THE 1994 WORLD CUP GAMES.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE SUPPORT- The Secretary of Defense may provide
  logistical support and personnel services in connection with the 1994
  World Cup Games to be held in the United States.
  (b) PAY AND NONTRAVEL-RELATED ALLOWANCES- (1) Except as provided in paragraph
  (2), the costs for pay and nontravel-related allowances of members of the
  Armed Forces for the support and services referred to in subsection (a)
  may not be charged to appropriations made pursuant to the authorization
  in section 301(21).
  (2) Paragraph (1) does not apply in the case of members of a reserve
  component called or ordered to active duty to provide logistical support
  and personnel services for the 1994 World Cup Games.
SEC. 306. TRANSFER AUTHORITY.
  (a) AUTHORITY- The Secretary of Defense, to the extent provided in
  appropriations Acts, may transfer funds as provided in this section during
  fiscal year 1993.
  (b) FROM THE DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND- (1) Not more than
  $3,054,000,000 may be transferred from the Defense Business Operations Fund
  to appropriations for operations and maintenance for fiscal year 1993 in
  amounts as follows:
  (A) For the Army, $2,229,000,000.
  (B) For the Navy, $94,500,000.
  (C) For the Marine Corps, $58,500,000.
  (D) For the Air Force, $672,000,000.
  (2)(A) A transfer under this subsection may be made only to the extent that
  the military department concerned has received credit on the books of the
  Defense Business Operations Fund for unneeded secondary items returned to
  the Fund by that military department.
  (B) If the Secretary of Defense certifies to the congressional defense
  committees that a military department has, to the greatest extent
  practicable, returned for credit on the books of the Defense Business
  Operations Fund all secondary items not needed by such military department
  that were under the control of such military department on October 1,
  1992, then on and after the date of the certification the limitation in
  subparagraph (A) shall not apply to transfers to that military department.
  (c) FROM THE NATIONAL DEFENSE STOCKPILE TRANSACTION FUND- Not more
  than $400,000,000 may be transferred from the National Defense Stockpile
  Transaction Fund to appropriations for operation and maintenance for fiscal
  year 1993 in amounts as follows:
  (1) For the Army, $100,000,000.
  (2) For the Navy, $100,000,000.
  (3) For the Air Force, $100,000,000.
  (4) For the Defense Agencies, $100,000,000.
  (d) TREATMENT OF TRANSFERS- Amounts transferred under this section--
  (1) shall be merged with and be available for the same purposes and the
  same period as the amounts in the accounts to which transferred;
  (2) shall be deemed to increase the amount authorized to be appropriated
  for the account to which the amount is transferred by an amount equal to
  the amount transferred; and
  (3) may not be expended for an item that has been denied authorization of
  appropriations by Congress.
  (e) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER TRANSFER AUTHORITY- An increase under subsection
  (d)(2) in an amount authorized to be appropriated is in addition to an
  increase in that amount that results from a transfer of an authorization
  of appropriations pursuant to section 1001.
Subtitle B--Limitations
SEC. 311. PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF CERTAIN FUNDS FOR PENTAGON RESERVATION.
  (a) PROHIBITION- (1) Except as provided in paragraph (3), none of the
  funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 may
  be used to contribute to the Pentagon Reservation Maintenance Revolving
  Fund for any purpose other than for the actual and necessary day-to-day
  operation of the Pentagon Reservation, including complying with health
  and safety requirements.
  (2) None of the funds appropriated pursuant to authorizations provided in
  this Act or any other Act may be transferred to the Pentagon Reservation
  Maintenance Revolving Fund for the purpose of renovation.
  (3) Funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993
  may be used for replacement of the central heating and cooling plant
  located on the Pentagon Reservation.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than April 15, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to the congressional defense committees a report setting forth a
  revised renovation program for the Pentagon Reservation. Such program shall--
  (1) provide justification for the scope and timing of any renovation of
  the Pentagon Reservation based upon--
  (A) the long-term administrative space requirements of the Department of
  Defense in the National Capital Region;
  (B) requirements directly concerned with health and safety; and
  (C) the most cost-effective options to meet the requirements described in
  subparagraphs (A) and (B);
  (2) specifically address the need and economic justification for any
  expansion of the Pentagon;
  (3) address the practicality and cost of any renovation of the Pentagon
  Reservation without relocating significant numbers of employees; and
  (4) update the 1988 National Capital Region Master Development Plan of the
  Department of Defense, providing justification for the current and future
  need for defense activities in the National Capital Region and outlining
  options to meet the facility needs of the Department of Defense based upon
  the force structure and personnel strengths planned for fiscal years 1994
  through 1998.
  (c) DEFINITIONS- In this section, the terms `National Capital Region' and
  `Pentagon Reservation' have the meaning given those terms, respectively,
  in section 2674(f) of title 10, United States Code.
SEC. 312. PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF FUNDS FOR CERTAIN SERVICE CONTRACTS.
  (a) PROHIBITION- Except as provided in subsection (b), the Secretary of
  Defense may not, during the period beginning on the date of the enactment
  of this Act and ending on September 30, 1993, enter into any contract
  for the performance of a commercial activity in any case in which the
  contract results from a cost comparison study conducted by the Department
  of Defense under Office of Management and Budget Circular A-76 or any
  successor administrative regulation or policy.
  (b) EXCEPTIONS FOR CERTAIN CONTRACTS- Subsection (a) shall not apply to--
  (1) a contract to be carried out at a location outside the United States
  at which members of the Armed Forces would have to be used for the
  performance of an activity described in subsection (a) at the expense of
  unit readiness; or
  (2) a contract (or the renewal of a contract) for the performance of an
  activity under contract on September 30, 1992.
Subtitle C--Environmental Provisions
SEC. 321. EXTENSION OF REIMBURSEMENT REQUIREMENT FOR CONTRACTORS HANDLING
HAZARDOUS WASTES FROM DEFENSE FACILITIES.
  Section 2708(b)(1) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking
  out `fiscal year 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof `fiscal years 1992
  and 1993'.
SEC. 322. EXTENSION OF PROHIBITION ON USE OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION FUNDS
FOR PAYMENT OF FINES AND PENALTIES.
  None of the funds appropriated for fiscal year 1993 for the Environmental
  Restoration, Defense, account pursuant to the authorization of appropriations
  provided in section 301(16) may be used for the payment of a fine or penalty
  imposed against the Department of Defense unless the act or omission for
  which the fine or penalty is imposed arises out of activities funded by
  the account.
SEC. 323. PILOT PROGRAM FOR EXPEDITED ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE ACTIONS.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT- The Secretary of Defense shall establish a pilot program
  to expedite the performance of on-site environmental restoration at--
  (1) military installations scheduled for closure under title II of the
  Defense Authorization Amendments and Base Closure and Realignment Act
  (Public Law 100-526; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note);
  (2) military installations scheduled for closure under the Defense Base
  Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (part A of title XXIX of Public Law
  101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note); and
  (3) facilities for which the Secretary is responsible under the Defense
  Environmental Restoration Program established under section 2701 of title
  10, United States Code.
  (b) SELECTION OF INSTALLATIONS AND FACILITIES- (1) For participation in
  the pilot program, the Secretary shall select--
  (A) 2 military installations referred to in subsection (a)(1);
  (B) 4 military installations referred to in subsection (a)(2), consisting
  of--
  (i) 2 military installations scheduled for closure as of the date of the
  enactment of this Act; and
  (ii) 2 military installations included in the list transmitted by the
  Secretary no later than April 15, 1993, pursuant to section 2903(c)(1)
  of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (10 U.S.C. 2687
  note) and recommended in a report transmitted by the President in that year
  pursuant to section 2903(e) of such Act and for which a joint resolution
  disapproving such recommendations is not enacted by the deadline set forth
  in section 2904(b) of such Act; and
  (C) not less than 4 facilities referred to in subsection (a)(3) with
  respect to each military department.
  (2)(A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), the selections under paragraph
  (1) shall be made not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment
  of this Act.
  (B) The selections under paragraph (1) of military installations described
  in subparagraph (B)(ii) of such paragraph shall be made not later than 60
  days after the date on which the deadline (set forth in section 2904(b)
  of such Act) for enacting a joint resolution of disapproval with respect
  to the report transmitted by the President has passed.
  (3) The installations and facilities selected under paragraph (1) shall
  be representative of--
  (A) a variety of the environmental restoration activities required for
  facilities under the Defense Environmental Restoration Program and for
  military installations scheduled for closure under the Defense Authorization
  Amendments and Base Closure and Realignment Act (10 U.S.C. 2687 note) and the
  Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (10 U.S.C. 2687 note); and
  (B) the different sizes of such environmental restoration activities to
  provide, to the maximum extent practicable, opportunities for the full range
  of business sizes to enter into environmental restoration contracts with
  the Department of Defense and with prime contractors to perform activities
  under the pilot program.
  (c) EXECUTION OF PROGRAM- Subject to subsection (d), and to the maximum
  extent possible, the Secretary shall, in order to eliminate redundant tasks
  and to accelerate environmental restoration at military installations,
  use the authorities granted in existing law to carry out the pilot program,
  including--
  (1) the development and use of innovative contracting techniques;
  (2) the use of all reasonable and appropriate methods to expedite necessary
  Federal and State administrative decisions, agreements, and concurrences; and
  (3) the use (including any necessary request for the use) of existing
  authorities to ensure that environmental restoration activities under
  the pilot program are conducted expeditiously, with particular emphasis
  on activities that may be conducted in advance of any final plan for
  environmental restoration.
  (d) PROGRAM PRINCIPLES- The Secretary shall carry out the pilot program
  consistent with the following principles:
  (1) Activities of the pilot program shall be carried out subject to and
  in accordance with all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations.
  (2) Competitive procedures shall be used to select the contractors.
  (3) The experience and ability of the contractors shall be considered,
  in addition to cost, as a factor to be evaluated in the selection of
  the contractors.
  (e) PROGRAM RESTRICTIONS- The pilot program established in this section
  shall not result in the delay of environmental restoration activities at
  other military installations and former sites of the Department of Defense.
SEC. 324. OVERSEAS ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION.
  (a) SENSE OF CONGRESS- It is the sense of the Congress that in carrying out
  environmental restoration activities at military installations outside the
  United States, the President should seek to obtain an equitable division
  of the costs of environmental restoration with the nation in which the
  installation is located.
  (b) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall include in each Report on Allied
  Contributions to the Common Defense prepared under section 1003 of Public Law
  98-525 (22 U.S.C. 1928) information, in classified and unclassified form,
  describing the efforts undertaken and the progress made by the President
  in carrying out subsection (a) during the period covered by the report.
SEC. 325. EVALUATION OF USE OF OZONE-DEPLETING SUBSTANCES BY THE DEPARTMENT
OF DEFENSE.
  (a) EVALUATION OF USE OF CLASS I SUBSTANCES- The Director of the Defense
  Logistics Agency shall evaluate the use of class I substances by the
  military departments and Defense Agencies. In carrying out the evaluation,
  the Director shall--
  (1) determine the quantity of each class I substance that--
  (A) is held in the inventory of each military department and Defense Agency
  on December 31, 1992;
  (B) will be used by each military department and Defense Agency during
  1992; and
  (C) will be used by each military department and Defense Agency in each
  of 1993, 1994, and 1995;
  (2) determine the quantity of each class I substance in the inventory
  of the military departments and Defense Agencies in each of 1993, 1994,
  and 1995 that can be reclaimed or recycled and reused by the military
  departments and Defense Agencies;
  (3) determine the type and quantity of class I substances whose use will be
  critical to the missions of the military departments and Defense Agencies
  after 1995;
  (4) determine the type and quantity of class I substances that must
  be stockpiled after 1995 in order to ensure the availability of such
  substances, including the availability of used, reclaimed, or recycled
  class I substances for the missions referred to in paragraph (3);
  (5) review the plans, if any, to reclaim, recycle, reuse, and maintain
  the stockpile referred to in paragraph (4); and
  (6) identify each specific site, facility, or vessel in connection with
  which the Secretary of Defense will seek an exemption pursuant to section
  604(f) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7671c(f)) to permit the continued
  production or use of class I substances, and the type and quantity of each
  class I substance that will be produced or used in connection with the site,
  facility, or vessel.
  (b) EVALUATION OF USE OF CLASS II SUBSTANCES- The Director of the Defense
  Logistics Agency shall evaluate the use of class II substances by the
  military departments and Defense Agencies. In carrying out the evaluation,
  the Director shall--
  (1) determine the quantity of each class II substance that--
  (A) is held in the inventory of each military department and Defense Agency
  on December 31, 1992;
  (B) will be used by each military department and Defense Agency during
  1992; and
  (C) will be used by each military department and Defense Agency in each
  of 1993, 1994, and 1995; and
  (2) determine the quantity of each class II substance in the inventory
  of the military departments and Defense Agencies in each of 1993, 1994,
  and 1995 that can be reclaimed or recycled and reused by the military
  departments and Defense Agencies.
  (c) REPORT- (1) The Director of the Defense Logistics Agency shall submit
  to the congressional defense committees a report on the status of the
  evaluation required under subsection (a) not later than April 1, 1993.
  (2) The Director of the Defense Logistics Agency shall submit to the
  congressional defense committees a report on the status of the evaluation
  required under subsection (b) not later than October 1, 1993.
  (d) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `class I substance' means any substance listed under section
  602(a) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7671a(a)).
  (2) The term `class II substance' means any substance listed under section
  602(b) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7671a(b)).
SEC. 326. ELIMINATION OF USE OF CLASS I OZONE-DEPLETING SUBSTANCES IN CERTAIN
MILITARY PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS.
  (a) ELIMINATION OF USE OF CLASS I OZONE-DEPLETING SUBSTANCES- (1)
  No Department of Defense contract awarded after June 1, 1993, may
  include a specification or standard that requires the use of a class
  I ozone-depleting substance or that can be met only through the use of
  such a substance unless the inclusion of the specification or standard
  in the contract is approved by the senior acquisition official for the
  procurement covered by the contract. The senior acquisition official may
  grant the approval only if the senior acquisition official determines
  (based upon the certification of an appropriate technical representative
  of the official) that a suitable substitute for the class I ozone-depleting
  substance is not currently available.
  (2)(A)(i) Not later than 60 days after the completion of the first
  modification, amendment, or extension after June 1, 1993, of a contract
  referred to in clause (ii), the senior acquisition official (or the designee
  of that official) shall carry out an evaluation of the contract in order
  to determine--
  (I) whether the contract includes a specification or standard that requires
  the use of a class I ozone-depleting substance or can be met only through
  the use of such a substance; and
  (II) in the event of a determination that the contract includes such a
  specification or standard, whether the contract can be carried out through
  the use of an economically feasible substitute for the ozone-depleting
  substance or through the use of an economically feasible alternative
  technology for a technology involving the use of the ozone-depleting
  substance.
  (ii) A contract referred to in clause (i) is any contract in an amount in
  excess of $10,000,000 that--
  (I) was awarded before June 1, 1993; and
  (II) as a result of the modification, amendment, or extension described
  in clause (i), will expire more than 1 year after the effective date of
  the modification, amendment, or extension.
  (iii) A contract under evaluation under clause (i) may not be further
  modified, amended, or extended until the evaluation described in that
  clause is complete.
  (B) If the acquisition official (or designee) determines that an economically
  feasible substitute substance or alternative technology is available for
  use in a contract under evaluation, the appropriate contracting officer
  shall enter into negotiations to modify the contract to require the use
  of the substitute substance or alternative technology.
  (C) A determination that a substitute substance or technology is not
  available for use in a contract under evaluation shall be made in writing
  by the senior acquisition official (or designee).
  (D) The Secretary of Defense may, consistent with the Federal Acquisition
  Regulation, adjust the price of a contract modified under subparagraph (B)
  to take into account the use by the contractor of a substitute substance
  or alternative technology in the modified contract.
  (3) The senior acquisition official authorized to grant an approval under
  paragraph (1) and the senior acquisition official and designees authorized
  to carry out an evaluation and make a determination under paragraph (2)
  shall be determined under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of
  Defense. A senior acquisition official may not delegate the authority
  provided in paragraph (1).
  (4) Each official who grants an approval authorized under paragraph (1) or
  makes a determination under paragraph (2)(B) shall submit to the Secretary
  of Defense a report on that approval or determination, as the case may be,
  as follows:
  (A) Beginning on October 1, 1993, and continuing for 8 calendar quarters
  thereafter, by submitting a report on the approvals granted or determinations
  made under such authority during the preceding quarter not later than 30
  days after the end of such quarter.
  (B) Beginning on January 1, 1997, and continuing for 4 years thereafter,
  by submitting a report on the approvals granted or determinations made
  under such authority during the preceding year not later than 30 days
  after the end of such year.
  (5) The Secretary shall promptly transmit to the Committees on Armed
  Services of the Senate and House of Representatives each submitted to the
  Secretary under paragraph (4). The Secretary shall transmit the report in
  classified and unclassified forms.
  (b) COST RECOVERY- In any case in which a Department of Defense contract
  is modified or a specification or standard for such a contract is waived
  at the request of a contractor in order to permit the contractor to use in
  the performance of the contract a substitute for a class I ozone-depleting
  substance or an alternative technology for a technology involving the
  use of a class I ozone-depleting substance, the Secretary of Defense may
  adjust the price of the contract in a manner consistent with the Federal
  Acquisition Regulation.
  (c) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `class I ozone-depleting substance' means any substance listed
  under section 602(a) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7671a(a)).
  (2) The term `Federal Acquisition Regulation' means the single
  Government-wide procurement regulation issued under section 25(c) of the
  Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act (41 U.S.C. 421(c)).
SEC. 327. PROHIBITION ON THE PURCHASE OF SURETY BONDS AND OTHER GUARANTIES
FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
  (a) PROHIBITION- No funds appropriated or otherwise made available
  to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 may be obligated or
  expended for the purchase of surety bonds or other guaranties of financial
  responsibility in order to guarantee the performance of any direct function
  of the Department of Defense.
  (b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT- Section 335 of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1342)
  is amended by striking out `or fiscal year 1993'.
SEC. 328. LEGACY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT- There is established the Legacy Fellowship Program in
  Natural and Cultural Resource Management (in this section referred to as the
  `Legacy Fellowship Program'). The Legacy Fellowship Program is a part of
  the Legacy Resource Management Program established pursuant to section 8120
  of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1991 (Public Law 101-511;
  104 Stat. 1905).
  (b) PURPOSES- The purposes of the Legacy Fellowship Program are as follows:
  (1) To support the purposes of the Legacy Resource Management Program set
  forth in section 8120(b) of such Act.
  (2) To provide training to civilian personnel and military personnel in
  the management of natural and cultural resources.
  (c) FELLOWS- (1) The Legacy Fellowship Program shall be composed of not less
  than 3 fellows who shall be appointed by the Deputy Assistant Secretary
  of Defense for Environment. Such fellows shall be appointed from among
  qualified persons in the military and civilian sectors.
  (2)(A) Each fellow who is an officer or employee of the United States shall
  serve without compensation in addition to that received for the services
  as an officer or employee of the United States. Any such service shall be
  without interruption or loss of civil service status or privilege.
  (B) The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense shall fix (in an amount the
  Deputy Assistant Secretary determines appropriate) the compensation of the
  fellows, if any, who are not officers or employees of the United States. Such
  fellows shall not be considered employees of the Federal Government other
  than for purposes of chapter 81 of title 5, United States Code.
  (3) Fellows shall serve for a term of one year and may be reappointed for
  an additional term of one year.
  (4) The Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense shall assign the fellows to
  an agency, office, or other entity (other than the Office of the Deputy
  Assistant Secretary of Defense for Environment) that is responsible for the
  implementation of the Legacy Resource Management Program in the Department
  of Defense. Upon assignment, the fellow shall assist the agency, office,
  or entity in carrying out the purposes of the Legacy Resource Management
  Program.
  (d) FUNDING- Of the funds authorized to be appropriated in fiscal year 1993
  for the Department of Defense and made available for the Legacy Resource
  Management Program, $100,000 may be used for the Legacy Fellowship
  Program. Such funds shall be available for obligation without fiscal
  year limitation.
SEC. 329. SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992.
  In addition to the amounts otherwise authorized to be appropriated for
  fiscal years 1992 and 1993 in this Act there is authorized to be appropriated
  for such fiscal years--
  (1) for Environmental Restoration, Defense, the total amount of $447,500,000;
  and
  (2) for the Department of Defense Base Closure Account 1990 the total
  amount of $35,000,000.
SEC. 330. INDEMNIFICATION OF TRANSFEREES OF CLOSING DEFENSE PROPERTY.
  (a) IN GENERAL- (1) Except as provided in paragraph (3) and subject to
  subsection (b), the Secretary of Defense shall hold harmless, defend, and
  indemnify in full the persons and entities described in paragraph (2) from
  and against any suit, claim, demand or action, liability, judgment, cost or
  other fee arising out of any claim for personal injury or property damage
  (including death, illness, or loss of or damage to property or economic
  loss) that results from, or is in any manner predicated upon, the release
  or threatened release of any hazardous substance or pollutant or contaminant
  as a result of Department of Defense activities at any military installation
  (or portion thereof) that is closed pursuant to a base closure law.
  (2) The persons and entities described in this paragraph are the following:
  (A) Any State (including any officer, agent, or employee of the State) that
  acquires ownership or control of any facility at a military installation
  (or any portion thereof) described in paragraph (1).
  (B) Any political subdivision of a State (including any officer, agent,
  or employee of the State) that acquires such ownership or control.
  (C) Any other person or entity that acquires such ownership or control.
  (D) Any successor, assignee, transferee, lender, or lessee of a person or
  entity described in subparagraphs (A) through (C).
  (3) To the extent the persons and entities described in paragraph (2)
  contributed to any such release or threatened release, paragraph (1)
  shall not apply.
  (b) CONDITIONS- No indemnification may be afforded under this section
  unless the person or entity making a claim for indemnification--
  (1) notifies the Department of Defense in writing within two years after
  such claim accrues or begins action within six months after the date of
  mailing, by certified or registered mail, of notice of final denial of
  the claim by the Department of Defense;
  (2) furnishes to the Department of Defense copies of pertinent papers the
  entity receives;
  (3) furnishes evidence or proof of any claim, loss, or damage covered by
  this section; and
  (4) provides, upon request by the Department of Defense, access to the
  records and personnel of the entity for purposes of defending or settling
  the claim or action.
  (c) AUTHORITY OF SECRETARY OF DEFENSE- (1) In any case in which the Secretary
  of Defense determines that the Department of Defense may be required to
  make indemnification payments to a person under this section for any suit,
  claim, demand or action, liability, judgment, cost or other fee arising
  out of any claim for personal injury or property damage referred to in
  subsection (a)(1), the Secretary may settle or defend, on behalf of that
  person, the claim for personal injury or property damage.
  (2) In any case described in paragraph (1), if the person to whom the
  Department of Defense may be required to make indemnification payments does
  not allow the Secretary to settle or defend the claim, the person may not
  be afforded indemnification with respect to that claim under this section.
  (d) ACCRUAL OF ACTION- For purposes of subsection (b)(1), the date on which
  a claim accrues is the date on which the plaintiff knew (or reasonably
  should have known) that the personal injury or property damage referred to
  in subsection (a) was caused or contributed to by the release or threatened
  release of a hazardous substance or pollutant or contaminant as a result of
  Department of Defense activities at any military installation (or portion
  thereof) described in subsection (a)(1).
  (e) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LAW- Nothing in this section shall be construed
  as affecting or modifying in any way section 120(h) of the Comprehensive
  Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (42
  U.S.C. 9620(h)).
  (f) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The terms `facility', `hazardous substance', `release', and `pollutant or
  contaminant' have the meanings given such terms under paragraphs (9), (14),
  (22), and (33) of section 101 of the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, respectively (42 U.S.C. 9601 (9),
  (14), (22), and (33)).
  (2) The term `military installation' has the meaning given such term under
  section 2687(e)(1) of title 10, United States Code.
  (3) The term `base closure law' means the following:
  (A) The Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (10 U.S.C. 2687
  note).
  (B) Title II of the Defense Authorization Amendments and Base Closure and
  Realignment Act (10 U.S.C. 2687 note).
  (C) Section 2687 of title 10, United States Code.
  (D) Any provision of law authorizing the closure or realignment of a military
  installation enacted on or after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 331. EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY TO ISSUE SURETY BONDS FOR CERTAIN
ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS.
  (a) CERCLA- (1) Section 119 of the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (42 U.S.C. 9619) is amended--
  (A) in subsection (e)(2)(C), by striking out `January 1, 1993' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `January 1, 1996,'; and
  (B) in subsection (g)(5), by striking out `December 31, 1992' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `December 31, 1995'.
  (2) Subsection (g)(1) of such section is amended--
  (A) by striking out `the Miller Act, 40 U.S.C. sections 270a-270f,' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `the Act of August 24, 1935 (40 U.S.C. 270a-270d),
  commonly referred to as the `Miller Act',';
  (B) by inserting after `response action contract' the following: `and are
  not waived pursuant to the Act of April 29, 1941 (40 U.S.C. 270e-270f)'; and
  (C) by striking out `in accordance with 40 U.S.C. sections 270a-270d.' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `in accordance with such Act of August 24, 1935.'.
  (b) TITLE 10- (1) Section 2701(j) of title 10, United States Code, is
  amended by striking out `December 31, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `December 31, 1995'.
  (2) Such section is further amended--
  (A) by inserting `(1)' after `APPLICABILITY- '; and
  (B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(2) Subsections (h) and (i) shall not apply to bonds to which section
  119(g) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and
  Liability Act of 1980 applies (42 U.S.C. 9619(g)).'.
SEC. 332. REPORT ON INDEMNIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS PERFORMING ENVIRONMENTAL
RESTORATION.
  (a) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Attorney
  General, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, and the
  Director of the Office of Management and Budget, shall conduct a review
  and report on the following:
  (1) All existing statutory authorities and regulations thereunder available
  to the Department of Defense that allow the Secretary of Defense or the
  Secretaries of the military departments to indemnify and hold harmless
  contractors performing environmental restoration at current military
  installations, former military installations, and formerly used defense
  sites pursuant to the Defense Environmental Restoration Program under
  chapter 160 of title 10, United States Code.
  (2) The extent to which the authorities referred to in paragraph (1)
  are available to ensure adequate competition and qualified contractors
  for actions not governed by the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
  Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.), and the
  extent to which additional authority to ensure adequate competition and
  qualified contractors is necessary for such actions.
  (3) The extent to which the indemnification authority provided in section 119
  of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability
  Act of 1980 is necessary to ensure adequate competition and qualified
  contractors to perform remedial actions at military installations listed
  on the National Priorities List or removal actions pursuant to such Act.
  (4) The extent to which contractors performing environmental restoration work
  at installations and sites referred to in paragraph (1), other Federal sites,
  and private sites have been exposed to, or involved in, litigation, claims,
  and liability related to such environmental restoration work since 1980.
  (5) The type of indemnification, if any, currently provided to environmental
  restoration contractors by Federal agencies, by State agencies, and by
  private entities at sites other than installations and sites referred to
  in paragraph (1).
  (6) The availability, the coverage, the cost, and the type of insurance
  commercially available to environmental restoration contractors at current
  and former military installations and formerly used defense sites.
  (7) The extent to which the Secretary of Defense and the Secretaries of
  the military departments have used existing indemnification authority for
  environmental restoration work.
  (8) The potential costs of any additional indemnification authority, if
  any, recommended by the Secretary of Defense in the report required under
  this section.
  (b) DEADLINE- Not later than May 15, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of
  Representatives the report required by subsection (a).
Subtitle D--Defense Business Operations Fund
SEC. 341. LIMITATIONS ON THE USE OF DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND.
  (a) EXTENSION OF LIMITATION ON PERIOD OF MANAGEMENT- Section 316(a) of
  the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993
  (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1338; 10 U.S.C. 2208 note) is amended--
  (1) by striking out `April 15, 1993' and inserting in lieu thereof `April
  15, 1994'; and
  (2) by inserting `(in this section referred to as the `Fund')' before the
  period at the end of the first sentence.
  (b) SEPARATE ACCOUNTING, REPORTING, AND AUDITING OF FUNDS AND ACTIVITIES-
  Section 316 of such Act is amended by adding at the end the following
  new subsection:
  `(c) SEPARATE ACCOUNTING, REPORTING, AND AUDITING OF FUNDS AND ACTIVITIES-
  For purposes of accounting, financial reporting, and auditing, the Secretary
  of Defense shall maintain--
  `(1)  the separate identity of each fund and activity managed through the
  Fund that (before the establishment of the Fund) was managed as a separate
  fund or activity; and
  `(2) separate records for each function for which payment is made through
  the Fund and which (before the establishment of the Fund) was paid directly
  through appropriations, including the separate identity of the appropriation
  account used to pay for the performance of the function.'.
  (c) IMPLEMENTATION OF DBOF- Such section is further amended by adding after
  subsection (c), as added by subsection (b), the following new subsections:
  `(d) IMPLEMENTATION OF THE FUND- The Secretary of Defense shall implement
  the Fund in three phases (referred to in this section as `milestones')
  as follows:
  `(1) MILESTONE I- Not later than thirty days after the date of the
  enactment of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993,
  the Secretary of Defense shall--
  `(A) substantially complete the development of the policies of the Department
  of Defense governing the operations of the Fund;
  `(B) identify the interim systems requirements of the Fund; and
  `(C) prepare an evaluation report on the adequacy of the skills and
  resources devoted to the Fund and its related systems.
  `(2) MILESTONE II- Not later than March 1, 1993, the Secretary of Defense
  shall--
  `(A) develop performance measures, and corresponding performance goals,
  for each business area of the Fund; and
  `(B) prepare a report that--
  `(i) specifies the status of interim systems efforts, including efforts
  to improve the accuracy of information in the Fund systems;
  `(ii) specifies whether the Department of Defense has selected a standard
  cost accounting system, and prepared an implementation plan (with milestone
  dates) for installing the system at the Fund's activities; and
  `(iii) identifies specific tangible benefits resulting from the operation
  of the Fund, including, if applicable, the reduced costs of providing
  goods and services and the improvement of the efficiency of Fund operations.
  `(3) MILESTONE III- Not later than September 30, 1993, the Secretary of
  Defense shall conduct a field test of the standard cost accounting system
  selected by the Secretary for the Fund.
  `(e) USE OF CERTAIN ACCOUNTING STANDARDS- The Secretary of Defense shall
  take actions to achieve the milestones prescribed in subsection (d) and
  otherwise to implement the Fund consistent with--
  `(1) generally accepted accounting principles;
  `(2) accounting principles, standards, and requirements generally applicable
  to Federal agencies;
  `(3) internal accounting and administrative control standards prescribed
  by the Comptroller General of the United States; and
  `(4) the provisions of chapter 9 of title 31, United States Code, and
  sections 3515, 3521 (e) through (h), 9105, and 9106 of such title, and
  related requirements prescribed by the Office of Management and Budget.'.
  (d) MONITORING AND EVALUATION BY THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL; REPORTS- Such
  section is further amended by adding after subsection (e), as added by
  subsection (c), the following new subsection:
  `(f) MONITORING AND EVALUATION BY THE COMPTROLLER GENERAL; REPORTS-
  `(1) MONITORING AND EVALUATION- The Comptroller General of the United States
  shall monitor and evaluate the progress of the Department of Defense in
  achieving the milestones prescribed in subsection (d) and in implementing
  the Fund, including the development of policies, performance measures,
  and actions to improve the Fund's systems.
  `(2) REPORTS-
  `(A) REPORT ON THE NONACHIEVEMENT OF MILESTONES- If the Comptroller
  General determines, pursuant to the monitoring and evaluation conducted
  under paragraph (1), that the Department of Defense has not achieved any
  of the milestones prescribed in subsection (d), the Comptroller General
  shall submit to the Congress, as soon as practicable, a report containing
  the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Comptroller General
  with respect to the nonachievement of the milestone.
  `(B) FINAL REPORT- Not later than February 15, 1994, the Comptroller
  General shall submit to the Congress a report containing the findings
  and  conclusions of the Comptroller General pursuant to the monitoring
  and evaluation conducted under paragraph (1) and any recommendations for
  legislation or administrative action that the Comptroller General considers
  to be appropriate.'.
SEC. 342. CAPITAL ASSET SUBACCOUNT.
  (a) USE OF SUBACCOUNT FOR CAPITAL ASSETS DEPRECIATION CHARGES- Charges
  for goods and services provided through the Defense Business Operations
  Fund shall include amounts for depreciation of capital assets, set in
  accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.  Amounts charged
  for depreciation shall be credited to a separate capital asset subaccount
  established within the Fund. The subaccount shall be available only for
  the payment of outlays for capital assets for the Fund.
  (b) AWARD OF CONTRACTS- The Secretary of Defense may award contracts for
  capital assets of the Fund in advance of the availability of funds in the
  subaccount, to the extent provided for in appropriations Acts.
  (c) ANNUAL REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional
  defense committees each year, at the same time that the President submits
  the budget to the Congress under section 1105 of title 31, United States
  Code, a report that specifies--
  (1) the opening balance of the subaccount as of the beginning of the fiscal
  year in which the report is submitted;
  (2) the estimated amounts to be credited to the subaccount in the fiscal
  year in which the report is submitted;
  (3) the estimated amounts of outlays to be paid out of the subaccount in
  the fiscal year in which the report is submitted;
  (4) the estimated balance of the subaccount at the end of the fiscal year
  in which the report is submitted; and
  (5) a statement of how much of the estimated balance at the end of the
  fiscal year in which the report is submitted will be needed to pay outlays
  in the immediately following fiscal year that are in excess of the amount
  to be credited to the subaccount in the immediately following fiscal year.
  (d) AUTHORIZATION- There is hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Fund
  subaccount for fiscal years 1993 and 1994 such sums as may be necessary to
  pay, during fiscal year 1993 and until April 15, 1994, outlays for capital
  assets in excess of the amount otherwise available in the subaccount.
  (e) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The term `capital assets' means the following capital assets that have
  a development or acquisition cost of not less than $15,000:
  (A) Minor construction projects financed by the Fund pursuant to section
  2805(c)(1) of title 10, United States Code.
  (B) Automatic data processing equipment, software, other equipment, and
  other capital improvements.
  (2) The term `Fund' means the Defense Business Operations Fund.
SEC. 343. LIMITATION ON OBLIGATIONS AGAINST DEFENSE BUSINESS OPERATIONS FUND.
  (a) LIMITATION- (1) The Secretary of Defense may not incur obligations
  against the supply management divisions of the Defense Business Operations
  Fund of the Department of Defense during fiscal year 1993 in a total amount
  in excess of 65 percent of the total amount derived from sales from such
  divisions during that fiscal year.
  (2) For purposes of determining the amount of obligations incurred against,
  and sales from, such divisions during fiscal year 1993, the Secretary shall
  exclude obligations and sales for fuel, commissary and subsistence items,
  retail operations, repair of equipment, and the cost of operations.
  (b) EXCEPTION- The Secretary of Defense may waive the limitation described in
  subsection (a) if the Secretary determines that such waiver is critical to
  the national security of the United States. The Secretary shall immediately
  notify Congress of any such waiver and the reasons for such waiver.
Subtitle E--Depot-Level Activities
SEC. 351. DEPOT-LEVEL TACTICAL MISSILE MAINTENANCE.
  (a) COMPETITIVE BIDDING- If the Secretary of Defense takes action to
  consolidate at a single location the performance of depot-level tactical
  missile maintenance by employees of the Department of Defense, the Secretary
  shall select the depot to perform the tactical missile maintenance through
  the use of competitive procedures. Any depot-level activity of the Department
  of Defense that is engaged in tactical missile maintenance on the date of
  the enactment of this Act shall be eligible to compete for such selection.
  (b) RELOCATION OF CERTAIN ACTIVITIES TO ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL- The Secretary
  of Defense shall ensure that the Systems Integration Management Activity and
  the Depot Systems Command are relocated to Rock Island Arsenal, Illinois,
  in accordance with the recommendations dated July 1, 1991, of the Defense
  Base Closure and Realignment Commission established under section 2902 of
  the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (part A of title XXIX
  of Public Law 101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note). This provision shall apply
  notwithstanding any other provision of law which directly or indirectly
  affects such relocation.
SEC. 352. LIMITATIONS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF DEPOT-LEVEL MAINTENANCE OF
MATERIEL.
  (a) LIMITATION- Section 2466(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
  `(a) PERCENTAGE LIMITATION- (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2),
  the Secretary of a military department and, with respect to a Defense
  Agency, the Secretary of Defense, may not contract for the performance by
  non-Federal Government personnel of more than 40 percent of the depot-level
  maintenance workload for the military department or the Defense Agency.
  `(2) The Secretary of the Army shall provide for the performance by
  employees of the Department of Defense of not less than the following
  percentages of Army aviation depot-level maintenance workload:
  `(A) For fiscal year 1993, 50 percent.
  `(B) For fiscal year 1994, 55 percent.
  `(C) For fiscal year 1995, 60 percent.'.
  (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT- Section 2466(c) of such title is amended by
  striking out `The Secretary of the Army, with respect to the Department
  of the Army, and the Secretary of the Air Force, with respect to the
  Department of the Air Force,' and inserting in lieu thereof `The Secretary
  of the military department concerned and, with respect to a Defense Agency,
  the Secretary of Defense'.
  (c) REPORT- Section 2466(e) of such title is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(1)' after `REPORTS- '; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following:
  `(2) Not later than January 15, 1994, the Secretary of each military
  department and the Secretary of Defense, with respect to the Defense
  Agencies, shall jointly submit to Congress a report described in paragraph
  (1).'.
  (d) EFFECT OF AMENDMENTS ON EXISTING CONTRACTS- The Secretary of a
  military department and the Secretary of Defense, with respect to the
  Defense Agencies, may not cancel a depot-level maintenance contract in
  effect on the date of the enactment of this Act in order to comply with
  the requirements of section 2466(a) of title 10, United States Code,
  as amended by subsection (a).
SEC. 353. REQUIREMENT OF COMPETITION FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF WORKLOADS
PREVIOUSLY PERFORMED BY DEPOT-LEVEL ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
  (a) COMPETITION REQUIREMENT- Chapter 146 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2469. Contracts to perform workloads previously performed by depot-level
activities of the Department of Defense: requirement of competition
  `The Secretary of Defense or the Secretary of a military department may
  not change the performance of a depot-level maintenance workload that has
  a threshold value of not less than $3,000,000 and is being performed by
  a depot-level activity of the Department of Defense unless, prior to any
  such change, the Secretary uses competitive procedures to make the change.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2469. Contracts to perform workloads previously performed by depot-level
activities of the Department of Defense: requirement of competition.'.
SEC. 354. REPEAL OF REQUIREMENT FOR COMPETITION PILOT PROGRAM FOR DEPOT-LEVEL
MAINTENANCE OF MATERIALS.
  Subsection (b) of section 314 of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1337; 10
  U.S.C. 2466 note) is repealed.
Subtitle F--Commissaries and Military Exchanges
SEC. 361. STANDARDIZATION OF CERTAIN PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES OF MILITARY
EXCHANGES.
  (a) STANDARDIZATION OF EXCHANGES- The Secretary of Defense shall standardize
  among the military departments the following programs and activities of
  the military exchanges of the military departments:
  (1) Accounting (including account titles and item descriptions).
  (2) Financial reporting formats.
  (3) Automatic data processing and telecommunications data in order to
  facilitate the transfer of information among military exchanges.
  (b) TIME AND MANNER- The standardization of programs and activities
  required by subsection (a) shall be completed not later than March 31,
  1994, and shall be carried out in the most efficient manner practicable.
  (c) REPORT- Not later than March 31, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to the Congress a report on other programs and activities of the
  military exchanges, if any, that the Secretary determines can be economically
  and efficiently managed through standardization or consolidation under a
  single nonappropriated fund instrumentality.
SEC. 362. ACCOUNTABILITY REGARDING THE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND USE OF
NONAPPROPRIATED FUNDS.
  (a) REGULATION OF EXPENDITURE OF NAFI FUNDS- Chapter 147 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2490a. Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: financial management
and use of nonappropriated funds
  `(a) REGULATION OF MANAGEMENT AND USE OF NONAPPROPRIATED FUNDS- The
  Secretary of Defense shall prescribe regulations governing--
  `(1) the purposes for which nonappropriated funds of a nonappropriated fund
  instrumentality of the United States within the Department of Defense may
  be expended; and
  `(2) the financial management of such funds to prevent waste, loss, or
  unauthorized use.
  `(b) PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS- (1) A civilian employee of the Department
  of Defense who is paid from nonappropriated funds and who commits a
  substantial violation of the regulations prescribed under subsection (a)
  shall be subject to the same penalties as are provided by law for misuse
  of appropriations by a civilian employee of the Department of Defense
  paid from appropriated funds. The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe
  regulations to carry out this paragraph.
  `(2) The Secretary shall provide in regulations that a violation of the
  regulations prescribed under subsection (a) by a person subject to chapter
  47 of title 10, United States Code (the Uniform Code of Military Justice),
  is punishable as a violation of section 892 of such title (article 92 of
  the Uniform Code of Military Justice).
  `(c) NOTIFICATION OF VIOLATIONS- (1) A civilian employee of the Department of
  Defense (whether paid from nonappropriated funds or from appropriated funds),
  and a member of the Armed Forces, whose duties include the obligation of
  nonappropriated funds, shall notify the Secretary of Defense of information
  which the person reasonably believes evidences--
  `(A) a violation by another person of any law, rule, or regulation regarding
  the management of such funds; or
  `(B) other mismanagement or gross waste of such funds.
  `(2) The Secretary of Defense shall designate civilian employees of
  the Department of Defense or members of the armed forces to receive a
  notification described in paragraph (1) and ensure the prompt investigation
  of the validity of information provided in the notification.
  `(3) The Secretary shall prescribe regulations to protect the confidentiality
  of a person making a notification under paragraph (1).'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2490a. Nonappropriated fund instrumentalities: financial management and
use of nonappropriated funds.'.
SEC. 363. DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM FOR THE OPERATION OF CERTAIN COMMISSARY
STORES BY NONAPPROPRIATED FUND INSTRUMENTALITIES.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- (1) The Secretary of Defense
  shall establish a demonstration program to determine the feasibility of
  having nonappropriated fund instrumentalities operate commissary stores
  at military installations.
  (2) Under the program referred to in paragraph (1), the Secretary of Defense
  shall select nonappropriated fund instrumentalities to operate commissary
  stores located at military installations selected by the Secretary under
  subsection (b).
  (b) SELECTION OF MILITARY INSTALLATIONS- For participation in such program,
  the Secretary shall select not less than one nor more than three military
  installations in the United States, including at least one installation
  where National Guard personnel, other reserve component personnel, and their
  dependents comprise the predominant number of the users of the facilities
  and services of the installation.
  (c) PROGRAM REQUIREMENT AND LIMITATION- (1) Except as provided in paragraph
  (3), commissary stores operated under such program shall be operated in
  accordance with section 2484 of title 10, United States Code, relating to
  the payment of costs by the Department of Defense in connection with the
  operation of commissary stores.
  (2) Except as provided in paragraph (3), the Secretary of Defense may,
  subject to such section, authorize a transfer of goods, supplies, and
  facilities of, and funds appropriated for, the Defense Commissary Agency
  to the nonappropriated fund instrumentalities selected under subsection
  (a)(2) for the purpose of operating combined exchange and commissary stores
  under such program.
  (3) Appropriated funds may not be used pursuant to such section to pay costs
  associated with the direct support and operation of combined exchange and
  commissary stores under such program.
  (d) PERIOD OF DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- A nonappropriated fund instrumentality
  selected under subsection (a)(2) shall operate commissary store facilities
  under such program for the period beginning on the date of the selection
  of the nonappropriated fund instrumentality and ending on the date of the
  expiration of the period referred to in subsection (e).
  (e) REPORT- Not later than the expiration of the one-year period beginning
  on the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to the Congress a report on the implementation of such program. The
  report shall include the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of
  the Secretary, including a recommendation with respect to whether similar
  programs should be carried out at other military installations.
  (f) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `nonappropriated fund
  instrumentality' means an instrumentality of the United States under
  the jurisdiction of the Department of the Army or the Department of the
  Air Force (including the Army and Air Force Exchange Service) which is
  conducted for the comfort, pleasure, contentment, or physical or mental
  improvement of members of the Armed Forces.
SEC. 364. RELEASE OF INFORMATION REGARDING SALES AT COMMISSARY STORES.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO RELEASE- Section 2487 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended by striking out subsections (a) and (b) and inserting in lieu
  thereof the following:
  `(a) AUTHORITY TO LIMIT RELEASE- (1) The Secretary of Defense may limit the
  release to the public of any information described in paragraph (2) if the
  Secretary determines that it is in the best interest of the Department of
  Defense to limit the release of such information. If the Secretary determines
  to limit the release of any such information, the Secretary may provide
  for limited release of such information in accordance with subsection (b).
  `(2) Paragraph (1) applies to those portions of computer data generated by
  electronic scanners used in military commissaries, and those portions of
  reports generated by such scanners, that contain the following information:
  `(A) The unit price of items sold.
  `(B) The number of units of items sold.
  `(b) RELEASE UNDER COMPETITIVELY AWARDED AGREEMENTS- The Secretary of
  Defense may enter into one or more agreements that provide for limited
  release of information described in subsection (a)(2). The Secretary
  shall use competitive procedures to enter into each such agreement. Each
  agreement shall require payment for such information and shall specify
  the amount of such payment.'.
  (b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENTS- (1) The item relating to such section in the
  table of sections at the beginning of chapter 147 of title 10, United States
  Code, is amended by striking out `limitation' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `limitations'.
  (2) Subsection (c) of such section is amended by inserting after `(c)'
  the following: `DEPOSIT OF RECEIPTS- '.
SEC. 365. USE OF COMMISSARY STORES BY MEMBERS OF THE READY RESERVE.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Section 1063(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
  `(a) ELIGIBILITY OF MEMBERS OF READY RESERVE- (1) A member of the Ready
  Reserve who satisfactorily completes 50 or more points creditable under
  section 1332(a)(2) of this title in a calendar year shall be eligible to
  use commissary stores of the Department of Defense. The Secretary concerned
  shall authorize the member to have 12 days of eligibility for any calendar
  year that the member qualifies for eligibility under this subsection.
  `(2) Paragraph (1) shall apply without regard to whether, during the
  calendar year, the member receives compensation for the duty or training
  performed by the member or performs active duty for training.'.
  (b) APPLICABILITY- The amendment made by subsection (a) shall apply to
  the completion of reserve points beginning in calendar year 1992.
  (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- (1) The heading of section 1063 of such title
  is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 1063. Period for use of commissary stores: eligibility for members of
the Ready Reserve'
  (2) The item relating to such section in the table of sections at the
  beginning of such chapter is amended to read as follows:
`1063. Period for use of commissary stores: eligibility for members of the
Ready Reserve.'.
Subtitle G--Other Matters
SEC. 371. EXTENSION OF CERTAIN GUIDELINES FOR REDUCTIONS IN THE NUMBER OF
CIVILIAN POSITIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
  (a) EXTENSION OF GUIDELINES- Section 1597 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 1597. Civilian positions: guidelines for reductions
  `(a) REQUIREMENT OF GUIDELINES FOR REDUCTIONS IN CIVILIAN POSITIONS-
  Reductions in the number of civilian positions of the Department of Defense
  during fiscal year 1993, if any, shall be carried out in accordance with
  the guidelines established pursuant to subsection (b).
  `(b) GUIDELINES- The Secretary of Defense shall establish guidelines
  for fiscal year 1993 for the manner in which reductions in the number of
  civilian positions of the Department of Defense are made. The guidelines
  shall include procedures for reviewing civilian positions for reductions
  according to the following order:
  `(1) Positions filled by foreign national employees overseas.
  `(2) All other positions filled by civilian employees overseas.
  `(3) Overhead, indirect, and administrative positions in headquarters or
  field operating agencies in the United States.
  `(4) Direct operating or production positions in the United States.
  `(c) MASTER PLAN- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall include in the materials
  submitted to Congress in support of the budget request for the Department
  of Defense for fiscal year 1994 a civilian positions master plan described
  in paragraph (2) for the Department of Defense as a whole and for each
  military department, Defense Agency, and other principal component of the
  Department of Defense.
  `(2) The master plan referred to in paragraph (1) shall include the
  information described in paragraph (3). Such information shall include
  information for each of the two fiscal years immediately preceding such
  fiscal year and projected information for such fiscal year and each of
  the two fiscal years immediately following such fiscal year.
  `(3) The information referred to in paragraph (2) is the following:
  `(A) A profile of the levels of civilian positions sufficient to establish
  and maintain a baseline for tracking annual accessions and losses of civilian
  positions and to provide for the analysis of trends in the levels of civilian
  positions within the Department of Defense as a whole and for each military
  department, major subordinate command of each military department, Defense
  Agency, and other principal component of the Department of Defense. The
  profile shall include information on the following:
  `(i) The total number of civilian employees.
  `(ii) Of the total number of civilian employees, the number of civilian
  employees in the United States, the number of civilian employees overseas,
  and the number of foreign national employees overseas.
  `(iii) Of the total number of civilian employees at the end of each fiscal
  year covered by the master plan, the number of full-time employees, the
  number of part-time employees, and the number of temporary and on-call
  employees.
  `(iv) Accessions and losses of civilian positions, shown in the aggregate
  and by the number of full-time employees, the number of part-time employees,
  and the number of temporary and on-call employees.
  `(v) The number of losses of civilian positions, by appropriation account,
  due to reductions in force, furloughs, or functional transfers or other
  significant transfers of work away from the military department, defense
  agency, or other component.
  `(vi) The extent to which accessions and losses of civilian positions are
  due to functional transfers or competitive actions that are related to
  the Department of Defense management review initiatives of the Secretary
  of Defense.
  `(B) For industrial-type and commercial-type activities funded through
  the Defense Business Operations Fund, the following information:
  `(i) Annual trends in the amount of funded workload for each activity,
  based upon the average number of months of accumulated, funded workload
  to be performed, or projected to be performed, by the activity.
  `(ii) The extent to which such workload is funded by funds that are
  appropriated from appropriation accounts and managed through the Defense
  Business Operations Fund.
  `(C) Information that indicates trends in the extent to which the military
  department, defense agency, or other component enters into contracts with
  persons outside of the Department of Defense, rather than uses civilian
  positions, to perform work for the military department, defense agency or
  other component.
  `(D) Information that indicates the extent to which the Department
  of Defense management review initiatives of the Secretary of Defense
  and other productivity enhancement programs of the Department of Defense
  significantly affect the number of losses of civilian positions, particularly
  administrative and management positions.
  `(d) EXCEPTIONS- The Secretary of Defense may permit a variation from
  the guidelines established under subsection (b) or a master plan prepared
  under subsection (c) if the Secretary determines that such variation is
  critical to the national security. The Secretary shall immediately notify
  the Congress of any such variation and the reasons for such variation.
  `(e) INVOLUNTARY REDUCTIONS OF CIVILIAN POSITIONS- The Secretary of Defense
  may not implement any involuntary reduction or furlough of civilian
  positions in a military department, Defense Agency, or other component
  of the Department of Defense until the expiration of the 45-day period
  beginning of the date on which the Secretary submits to Congress a report
  setting forth the reasons why such reductions or furloughs are required
  and a description of any change in workload or positions requirements that
  will result from such reductions or furloughs.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The item relating to such section in the table of
  sections at the beginning of chapter 81 of such title is amended to read
  as follows:
`1597. Civilian positions: guidelines for reductions.'.
SEC. 372. ANNUAL REPORT ON SECURITY AND CONTROL OF SUPPLIES.
  (a) ANNUAL REPORT- Subsection (a) of section 2891 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by striking out `for each of fiscal years 1989,
  1990, and 1991' and inserting in lieu thereof `for each of fiscal years
  1992, 1993, and 1994'.
  (b) CONTENT OF REPORT- Subsection (b) of such section is amended by adding
  at the end the following new paragraphs:
  `(9) A summary description of the cases determined by the Secretary of
  Defense to be cases of major thefts of Department of Defense supplies
  during the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year in which the report is
  submitted, including any case involving a loss in an amount greater than
  $1,000,000 or a loss of sensitive or classified items.
  `(10) The value, and an analysis, of in-transit losses that occurred during
  the fiscal year preceding the fiscal year in which the report is submitted.'.
SEC. 373. TRANSPORTATION OF DONATED MILITARY ARTIFACTS.
  Section 2572(d)(2) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `(2) The' and inserting in lieu thereof `(2)(A) Except
  as provided in subparagraph (B), the'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph:
  `(B) The Secretary concerned may, without cost to the recipient,
  demilitarize, prepare, and transport in the continental United States for
  donation to a recognized war veterans' association an item authorized to be
  donated under this section if the Secretary determines the demilitarization,
  preparation, and transportation can be accomplished as a training mission
  without additional budgetary requirements for the unit involved.'.
SEC. 374. SUBCONTRACTING AUTHORITY FOR AIR FORCE AND NAVY DEPOTS.
  Section 2208(j) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking
  out `The Secretary' and all that follows through `facility' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `The Secretary of a military department may authorize a
  working capital funded industrial facility of that department'.
SEC. 375. CONSIDERATION OF VESSEL LOCATION FOR THE AWARD OF LAYBERTH CONTRACTS
FOR SEALIFT VESSELS.
  (a) CONSIDERATION OF VESSEL LOCATION IN THE AWARD OF LAYBERTH CONTRACTS-
  As a factor in the evaluation of bids and proposals for the award of
  contracts to layberth sealift vessels of the Department of the Navy,
  the Secretary of the Navy shall include the location of the vessels,
  including whether the vessels should be layberthed at locations where--
  (1) members of the Armed Forces are likely to be loaded onto the vessels; and
  (2) layberthing the vessels maximizes the ability of the vessels to meet
  mobility and training needs of the Department of Defense.
  (b) ESTABLISHMENT OF LOCATION AS A MAJOR CRITERION- In the evaluation of
  bids and proposals referred to in subsection (a), the Secretary of the Navy
  shall give the same level of consideration to the location of the vessels
  as the Secretary gives to other major factors established by the Secretary.
  (c) APPLICABILITY- Subsection (a) shall apply to any solicitation for bids
  or proposals issued after the end of the 120-day period beginning on the
  date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 376. PILOT PROGRAM TO USE NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL IN MEDICALLY
UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES.
  (a) PILOT PROGRAM- Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense,
  the Chief of the National Guard Bureau shall enter into an agreement with
  each of the Governors of one or more States to carry out a pilot program
  during fiscal years 1993 and 1994 to provide training and professional
  development opportunities for members of the National Guard through the
  provision of health care to residents of medically underserved communities in
  those States with the use of personnel and equipment of the National Guard.
  (b) FUNDING ASSISTANCE- Under the agreement, the Chief of the National
  Guard Bureau shall provide funds for the pay, allowances, clothing,
  subsistence, travel, and related expenses of personnel of the National
  Guard participating in the pilot program and for medical supplies and
  equipment to be used to provide health care to medically underserved
  populations. Of the funds authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year
  1993 for operation and maintenance under this title for the Army National
  Guard, not more than $5,000,000 may be used by the Chief of the National
  Guard Bureau to provide funding under the agreements.
  (c) MAINTENANCE OF EFFORT- The Chief of the National Guard Bureau shall
  ensure that each agreement under subsection (a) provides that the provision
  of services under the pilot program will supplement and increase the level
  of services that would be provided with non-Federal funds in the absence
  of such services, and will in no event supplant services provided with
  non-Federal funds.
  (d) COORDINATION AMONG PROGRAMS- In carrying out the pilot program under
  subsection (a), the Chief of the National Guard Bureau shall consult with
  the Secretary of Health and Human Services for the purpose of ensuring
  that the provision of services under the pilot program are not redundant
  with the services of programs of such Secretary.
  (e) SERVICE OF PARTICIPANTS- Service by National Guard personnel in the
  pilot program shall be counted toward the annual training required under
  section 270 of title 10, United States Code, and section 502 of title 32,
  United States Code.
  (f) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall, not later than January 1,
  1994, submit to the Congress a report on the effectiveness of the pilot
  program and any recommendations with respect to the pilot program.
SEC. 377. AUTHORITY FOR THE ISSUE OF UNIFORMS WITHOUT CHARGE TO MEMBERS OF
THE ARMED FORCES.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 45 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by redesignating section 775 as section 776; and
  (2) by inserting after section 774 the following new section:
`Sec. 775. Issue of uniform without charge
  `(a) ISSUE OF UNIFORM- The Secretary concerned may issue a uniform,
  without charge, to any of the following members:
  `(1) A member who is being repatriated after being held as a prisoner of war.
  `(2) A member who is being treated at or released from a medical treatment
  facility as a consequence of being wounded or injured during military
  hostilities.
  `(3) A member who, as a result of the member's duties, has unique uniform
  requirements.
  `(4) Any other member, if the Secretary concerned determines, under
  exceptional circumstances, that the issue of the uniform to that member
  would significantly benefit the morale and welfare of the member and be
  advantageous to the armed force concerned.
  `(b) RETENTION OF UNIFORM AS A PERSONAL ITEM- Notwithstanding section
  771a of this title, a uniform issued to a member under this section may
  be retained by the member as a personal item.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by striking out the item relating to section 775 and
  inserting in lieu thereof the following:
`775. Issue of uniform without charge.
`776. Applicability of chapter.'.
SEC. 378. PROGRAM TO COMMEMORATE WORLD WAR II.
  (a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary of Defense may, during fiscal years 1993
  through 1995, conduct a program to commemorate the 50th anniversary
  of World War II and to coordinate, support, and facilitate other such
  commemoration programs and activities of the Federal Government, State
  and local governments, and other persons.
  (b) USE OF FUNDS- During fiscal years 1993 through 1995, funds appropriated
  to the Department of Defense for operation and maintenance of Defense
  Agencies shall be available to conduct the program referred to in subsection
  (a).
  (c) PROGRAM ACTIVITIES- The program referred to in subsection (a) may
  include activities and ceremonies--
  (1) to provide the people of the United States with a clear understanding
  and appreciation of the lessons and history of World War II;
  (2) to thank and honor veterans of World War II and their families;
  (3) to pay tribute to the sacrifices and contributions made on the home
  front by the people of the United States;
  (4) to foster an awareness in the people of the United States that World War
  II was the central event of the 20th century that defined the postwar world;
  (5) to highlight advances in technology, science, and medicine related to
  military research conducted during World War II;
  (6) to inform wartime and postwar generations of the contributions of the
  Armed Forces of the United States to the United States;
  (7) to recognize the contributions and sacrifices made by World War II
  allies of the United States; and
  (8) to highlight the role of the Armed Forces of the United States, then
  and now, in maintaining world peace through strength.
  (d) AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY- (1) In connection with the program referred
  to in subsection (a), the Secretary of Defense may adopt, use, and register
  as trademarks and service marks, emblems, signs, insignia, or words. The
  Secretary shall have the exclusive right to use such emblems, signs, insignia
  or words, subject to the preexisting rights described in paragraph (3),
  and may grant exclusive or nonexclusive licenses in connection therewith.
  (2) Without the consent of the Secretary of Defense, any person who uses any
  emblem, sign, insignia, or word adopted, used, or registered as a trademark
  or service mark by the Secretary in accordance with paragraph (1), or any
  combination or simulation thereof tending to cause confusion, to cause
  mistake, to deceive, or to falsely suggest a connection with the program
  referred to in subsection (a), shall be subject to suit in a civil action
  by the Attorney General, upon complaint by the Secretary of Defense, for
  the remedies provided in the Act of July 5, 1946, as amended (60 Stat. 427;
  popularly known as the Trademark Act of 1945) (15 U.S.C. 1051 et seq.).
  (3) Any person who actually used an emblem, sign, insignia, or word adopted,
  used, or registered as a trademark or service mark by the Secretary in
  accordance with paragraph (1), or any combination or simulation thereof,
  for any lawful purpose before such adoption, use, or registration as a
  trademark or service mark by the Secretary shall not be prohibited by this
  section from continuing such lawful use for the same purpose and for the
  same goods or services.
  (e) ESTABLISHMENT OF ACCOUNT- (1) There is established in the Treasury of
  the United States an account to be known as the `Department of Defense
  50th Anniversary of World War II Commemoration Account' which shall be
  administered by the Secretary of Defense as a single account. There shall
  be deposited into the account all proceeds derived from activities described
  in subsection (d).
  (2) The Secretary may use the funds in the account established in paragraph
  (1) only for the purpose of conducting the program referred to in subsection
  (a).
  (3) Not later than 60 days after the termination of the authority of the
  Secretary to conduct the commemoration program referred to in subsection
  (a), the Secretary shall transmit to the Committees on Armed Services of the
  Senate and House of Representatives a report containing an accounting of all
  the funds deposited into and expended from the account or otherwise expended
  under this section, and of any amount remaining in the account. Unobligated
  funds which remain in the account after termination of the authority of the
  Secretary under this section shall be held in the account until transferred
  by law after the Committees receive the report.
  (f) PROVISION OF VOLUNTARY SERVICES- (1) Notwithstanding section 1342 of
  title 31, United States Code, the Secretary of Defense may accept from
  any person voluntary services to be provided in furtherance of the program
  referred to in subsection (a).
  (2) A person providing voluntary services under this subsection shall be
  considered to be an employee for the purposes of chapter 81 of title 5,
  relating to compensation for work-related injuries. Such a person who is
  not otherwise employed by the Federal Government shall not be considered
  to be a Federal employee for any other purposes by reason of the provision
  of such service.
  (3) The Secretary of Defense may provide for reimbursement of incidental
  expenses which are incurred by a person providing voluntary services under
  this subsection. The Secretary of Defense shall determine which expenses
  are eligible for reimbursement under this paragraph.
SEC. 379. EXTENSION OF DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR THE USE OF PROCEEDS FROM
THE SALE OF CERTAIN LOST, ABANDONED, OR UNCLAIMED PERSONAL PROPERTY.
  (a) EXTENSION OF PROGRAM- Section 343(d)(1) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1344) is amended by striking out `terminate at the end of the
  one-year period' and inserting in lieu thereof `terminate at the end of
  the two-year period'.
  (b) REPORT- Section 343(e) of such Act is amended by striking out `one-year
  period' and inserting in lieu thereof `two-year period'.
SEC. 380. PROMOTION OF CIVILIAN MARKSMANSHIP.
  (a) AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF THE ARMY- (1) Section 4308 of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 4308. Promotion of civilian marksmanship: authority of the Secretary
of the Army
  `(a) PROGRAM REQUIRED- The Secretary of the Army, under regulations approved
  by him upon the recommendation of the National Board for the Promotion of
  Rifle Practice, shall provide for--
  `(1) the operation and maintenance of indoor and outdoor rifle ranges and
  their accessories and appliances;
  `(2) the instruction of citizens of the United States in marksmanship,
  and the employment of necessary instructors for that purpose;
  `(3) the promotion of practice in the use of rifled arms, the maintenance
  and management of matches or competitions in the use of those arms, and
  the issue, without cost, of the arms, ammunition (including caliber .22
  and caliber .30 ammunition), targets, and other supplies and appliances
  necessary for those purposes, to gun clubs under the direction of the
  National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice that provide training
  in the use of rifled arms to youth, the Boy Scouts of America, 4-H Clubs,
  Future Farmers of America, and other youth-oriented organizations for
  training and competition;
  `(4) the award to competitors of trophies, prizes, badges, and other
  insignia;
  `(5) the loan or sale at fair market value of caliber .30 rifles, caliber
  .22 rifles, and air rifles, and the sale of ammunition at fair market value,
  to gun clubs that--
  `(A) are under the direction of the National Board for the Promotion of
  Rifle Practice; and
  `(B) provide training in the use of rifled arms;
  `(6) the sale at fair market value of arms (including surplus M-1 Garand
  rifles), ammunition, targets, and other supplies and appliances necessary
  for target practice to citizens of the United States over 18 years of age
  who are members of a gun club under the direction of the National Board
  for the Promotion of Rifle Practice;
  `(7) the maintenance of the National Board for the Promotion of Rifle
  Practice, including provision for its necessary expenses and those of
  its members and for the Board's expenses incidental to the conduct of the
  Board's annual meetings;
  `(8) the procurement of necessary supplies, appliances, trophies, prizes,
  badges, and other insignia, clerical and other services, and labor; and
  `(9) the transportation of employees, instructors, and civilians to give
  or to receive instruction or to assist or engage in practice in the use
  of rifled arms, and the transportation and subsistence, or an allowance
  instead of subsistence, of members of teams authorized by the Secretary
  to participate in matches or competitions in the use of rifled arms.
  `(b) ADDITIONAL AUTHORITY- The Secretary may--
  `(1) provide personnel services (in addition to pay and nontravel-related
  allowances for members of the armed forces) in carrying out the Civilian
  Marksmanship Program; and
  `(2) impose reasonable fees for persons and gun clubs participating in
  any program conducted by the Secretary for the promotion of marksmanship
  among civilians.
  `(c) AMOUNTS COLLECTED- Amounts collected by the Secretary under the
  Civilian Marksmanship Program, including the proceeds from the sale of arms,
  ammunition, targets, and other supplies and appliances under subsection
  (a), shall be credited to the appropriation available for the support
  of the Civilian Marksmanship Program and shall be available to carry out
  such program.
  `(d) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  for each fiscal year such sums as may be necessary to pay the personnel
  costs and other expenses of the Civilian Marksmanship Program in such fiscal
  year to the extent that the amounts available out of the revenues collected
  under the program are insufficient to defray such costs and expenses.
  `(e) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `Civilian Marksmanship Program'
  means the program carried out by the Secretary of the Army under this
  section and sections 4310 through 4312 of this title and includes the
  National Matches and small-arms firing schools referred to in section 4312
  of this title.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 401 of such title
  is amended by striking out the item relating to section 4308 and inserting
  in lieu thereof the following:
`4308. Promotion of civilian marksmanship: authority of the Secretary of
the Army.'.
  (b) AVAILABILITY OF RIFLE RANGES FOR ARMED FORCES AND CIVILIANS- (1)
  Section 4309 of title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 4309. Rifle ranges: availability for use by members and civilians
  `(a) RANGES AVAILABLE- All rifle ranges constructed in whole or in part
  with funds provided by the United States may be used by members of the
  armed forces and by persons capable of bearing arms.
  `(b) MILITARY RANGES- (1) In the case of a rifle range referred to in
  subsection (a) that is located on a military installation, the Secretary
  concerned may establish reasonable fees for the use by civilians of that
  rifle range to cover the material and supply costs incurred by the armed
  forces to make that rifle range available to civilians.
  `(2) Fees collected pursuant to paragraph (1) in connection with the use
  of a rifle range shall be credited to the appropriation available for the
  operation and maintenance of that rifle range and shall be available for
  the operation and maintenance of that rifle range.
  `(3) Use of a rifle range referred to in paragraph (1) by civilians may
  not interfere with the use of the range by members of the armed forces.
  `(c) REGULATIONS- Regulations to carry out this section with respect to a
  rifle range shall be prescribed, subject to the approval of the Secretary
  concerned, by the authorities controlling the rifle range.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 401 of such title
  is amended by striking out the item relating to section 4309 and inserting
  in lieu thereof the following:
`4309. Rifle ranges: availability for use by members and civilians.'.
  (c) PAYMENT OF EXPENSES FOR NATIONAL MATCH COMPETITORS- (1) Section 4313
  of title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 4313. National matches and small-arms school: expenses
  `(a) JUNIOR COMPETITORS- (1) Junior competitors at National Matches,
  small-arms firing schools, and competitions in connection with National
  Matches and special clinics under section 4312 of this title may be paid
  a subsistence allowance in such amount as the Secretary of the Army shall
  prescribe.
  `(2) A junior competitor referred to in paragraph (1) may be paid a travel
  allowance, in such amount as the Secretary of the Army shall prescribe,
  instead of travel expenses and subsistence while traveling. The travel
  allowance for the return trip may be paid in advance.
  `(3) For the purposes of this subsection, a junior competitor is a competitor
  who is under 18 years of age or is a member of a gun club organized for
  the students of a college or university.
  `(b) RESERVE COMPONENT PERSONNEL- Appropriated funds available for the
  Civilian Marksmanship Program (as defined in section 4308(e) of this title)
  may be used to pay the personnel costs and travel and per diem expenses
  of a member of a reserve component for any active duty performed by the
  member in a fiscal year in support of the program after the end of that
  member's scheduled period of annual training for that fiscal year.'.
  (2) The item relating to section 4313 in the table of sections at the
  beginning of chapter 401 of such title is amended by striking out `rifle'.
  (d) REPORT- (1) Chapter 401 of such title is amended by adding at the end
  the following new section:
`Sec. 4316. Reporting requirements
  `The Secretary of the Army shall biennially submit to the Congress a report
  that specifies the overall expenditures for programs and activities under
  this chapter, including fees charged and amounts collected pursuant to
  subsections (b) and (c) of section 4308, and any progress made with respect
  to achieving financial self-sufficiency of the programs and activities.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  adding at the end the following new item:
`4316. Reporting requirements.'.
  (e) EFFECTIVE DATE- (1) This section and the amendments made by this
  section shall take effect on the earlier of--
  (A) the date of the enactment of this Act; or
  (B) October 1, 1992.
  (2) If under paragraph (1) the amendments made by this section take effect
  before October 1, 1992, the amendments made by section 328 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104
  Stat. 1533) shall not take effect.
  (3) If under paragraph (1) the amendments made by this section take effect
  on October 1, 1992, the amendments made by this section shall be considered
  executed immediately following the amendments made by section 328 of the
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510;
  104 Stat. 1533).
SEC. 381. EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY FOR AVIATION DEPOTS AND NAVAL SHIPYARDS TO
ENGAGE IN DEFENSE-RELATED PRODUCTION AND SERVICES.
  Section 1425(e) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1684) is amended by striking out
  `September 30, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
SEC. 382. OPTIONAL DEFENSE DEPENDENTS' SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS.
  Section 1402 of the Defense Dependents' Education Act of 1978 (title XIV
  of Public Law 95-561; 20 U.S.C. 921) is amended by adding at the end the
  following new subsection:
  `(d)(1) The Secretary of Defense may provide optional summer school programs
  in the defense dependents' education system.
  `(2) The Secretary shall provide in regulations for fees to be charged for
  the students enrolling in a summer school program under this subsection
  in amounts determined on the basis of family income.
  `(3) The amounts received by the Secretary in payment of the fees shall
  be available to the Department of Defense for defraying the costs of
  conducting summer school programs under this subsection.'.
SEC. 383. REVIEW OF MILITARY FLIGHT TRAINING ACTIVITIES AT CIVILIAN AIRFIELDS.
  (a) REVIEW REQUIRED- The Secretary of Defense shall provide for a review
  of the practices and procedures of the military departments regarding the
  use of civilian airfields in flight training activities of the Armed Forces.
  (b) PURPOSE- The purpose of the review is to determine whether the practices
  and procedures referred to in subsection (a) should be modified to better
  protect the public safety while meeting training requirements of the
  Armed Forces.
  (c) SPECIAL REQUIREMENT- In the conduct of the review, particular
  consideration shall be given to the practices and procedures regarding
  the use of civilian airfields in heavily populated areas.
SEC. 384. PREFERENCE FOR PROCUREMENT OF ENERGY EFFICIENT ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR PREFERENCE- (1)(A) Chapter 141 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410c. Preference for energy efficient electric equipment
  `(a) When cost effective, in establishing a new requirement for electric
  equipment referred to in subsection (b) and in procuring electric equipment
  referred to in that subsection, the Secretary of a military department or the
  head of a Defense Agency, as the case may be, shall provide a preference for
  the procurement of the most energy efficient electric equipment available
  that meets the requirement or the need for the procurement, as the case
  may be.
  `(b) Subsection (a) applies to the following electric equipment:
  `(1) Electric lamps.
  `(2) Electric ballasts.
  `(3) Electric motors.
  `(4) Electric refrigeration equipment.'.
  (B) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  adding at the end the following new item:
`2410c. Preference for energy efficient electric equipment.'.
  (2) The amendments made by paragraph (1) shall apply to procurements for
  which solicitations are issued on or after the date that is 120 days after
  the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (b) ELECTRIC LIGHTING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- (1) The Secretary of Defense
  shall conduct a demonstration program for using energy efficient electric
  lighting equipment.
  (2) The Secretary shall designate 50 facilities owned or leased by the
  Department of Defense for participation in the demonstration program under
  this subsection.
  (3) The head of each facility designated pursuant to paragraph (2) and the
  Director of the Defense Logistics Agency shall jointly audit the electric
  lighting equipment at the facility in order--
  (A) to identify any potential improvements that would increase the energy
  efficiency of electric lighting at that facility; and
  (B) to determine the costs of, and the savings that would result from,
  such improvements.
  (4) Except as provided in subsection (d)(4), on the basis of the results
  of the audit the head of the facility shall promptly convert to the use of
  electric lighting equipment at the facility that is more energy efficient
  than the existing electric lighting equipment to the extent that the
  conversion is cost effective.
  (5) Energy efficient electric lighting equipment used under the demonstration
  program may include compact fluorescent lamps, energy efficient electric
  ballasts and fixtures, and other energy efficient electric lighting
  equipment.
  (c) REFRIGERATION EQUIPMENT DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- (1) The Secretary of
  Defense shall conduct a demonstration program for using energy efficient
  refrigeration equipment.
  (2) The Secretary shall designate 50 facilities owned or operated by the
  Department of Defense for participation in the demonstration program under
  this subsection.
  (3) The head of each facility designated pursuant to paragraph (2) and
  the Director of the Defense Logistics Agency shall jointly audit the
  refrigeration equipment at the facility in order--
  (A) to identify any potential improvements that would increase the energy
  efficiency of the refrigeration equipment at that facility; and
  (B) to determine the costs of, and the savings that would result from,
  such improvements.
  (4) Except as provided in subsection (d)(4), on the basis of the results
  of the audit the head of the facility shall promptly convert to the use of
  refrigeration equipment at the facility that is more energy efficient than
  the existing refrigeration equipment to the extent that the conversion is
  cost effective.
  (d) GENERAL PROVISIONS FOR DEMONSTRATION PROGRAMS- (1) The Secretary of
  Defense shall make the designations under subsections (b)(2) and (c)(2)
  not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense may designate a facility described in
  subsections (b)(2) and (c)(2) for participation in the demonstration program
  under subsection (b) and the demonstration program under subsection (c).
  (3) The audits required by subsections (b)(3) and (c)(3) shall be completed
  not later than January 1, 1994.
  (4) The head of a facility may not carry out a conversion described in
  subsection (b)(4) or (c)(4) if the conversion prevents the head of the
  facility from carrying out other improvements relating to energy efficiency
  that are more cost effective than that conversion.
SEC. 385. PAYMENT OF RESIDENTS OF THE ARMED FORCES RETIREMENT HOME FOR
SERVICES.
  (a) AUTHORITY- Part A of the Armed Forces Retirement Home Act of 1991
  (title XV of Public Law 101-510; 24 U.S.C. 401 et seq.) is amended by
  adding at the end the following:
`SEC. 1521. PAYMENT OF RESIDENTS FOR SERVICES.
  `(a) AUTHORITY- The Chairman of the Armed Forces Retirement Board is
  authorized to accept for the Armed Forces Retirement Home the part-time
  or intermittent services of a resident of the Retirement Home, to pay the
  resident for such services, and to fix the rate of such pay.
  `(b) EMPLOYMENT STATUS- A resident receiving pay for services authorized
  under subsection (a) shall not, by reason of performing such services and
  receiving pay for such services, be considered as--
  `(1) receiving the pay of a position or being employed in a position for
  the purposes of section 5532 of title 5, United States Code; or
  `(2) being an employee of the United States for any other purpose.
  `(c) DEFINITION- In subsection (b)(1), the term `position' has the meaning
  given that term in section 5531 of title 5, United States Code.'.
  (b) FORGIVENESS OF INDEBTEDNESS- The Chairman of the Armed Forces Retirement
  Board is authorized to cancel the indebtedness of any resident of the Armed
  Forces Retirement Home for repayment to the United States of amounts paid
  the resident for services provided to the Retirement Home before the date
  of the enactment of this Act if the Chairman determines that it would be
  in the interest of the United States to do so and against equity and good
  conscience to require the repayment.
SEC. 386. ASSISTANCE TO LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES THAT BENEFIT DEPENDENTS
OF MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES.
  (a) ASSISTANCE AUTHORIZED- The Secretary of Defense, in consultation with
  the Secretary of Education, shall provide financial assistance to local
  educational agencies in States as provided in this section.
  (b) SCHOOLS WITH SIGNIFICANT NUMBERS OF MILITARY DEPENDENT STUDENTS- The
  Secretary of Defense shall provide financial assistance to an eligible local
  educational agency described in subsection (c) if, without such assistance,
  that agency will be unable (as determined by the Secretary of Defense in
  consultation with the Secretary of Education) to provide the students in
  the schools of the agency with a level of education that is equivalent
  to the minimum level of education available in the schools of the other
  local educational agencies in the same State.
  (c) ELIGIBLE LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES- A local educational agency is
  eligible for assistance under subsection (b) for a fiscal year if--
  (1) at least 30 percent (as rounded to the nearest whole percent) of the
  students in average daily attendance in the schools of that agency in
  that fiscal year are military dependent students counted under subsection
  (a) or (b) of section 3 of the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public Law 874,
  Eighty-first Congress; 20 U.S.C. 238); or
  (2) by reason of a consolidation or reorganization of local educational
  agencies, the local educational agency is a successor of a local educational
  agency that, for fiscal year 1992--
  (A) was eligible to receive payments in accordance with Department of
  Defense Instruction 1342.18, dated June 3, 1991; and
  (B) satisfied the requirement in paragraph (1).
  (d) ADJUSTMENT PAYMENTS RELATED TO BASE CLOSURES AND REALIGNMENTS- Subject
  to subsection (g), to assist communities in making adjustments resulting
  from reductions in the size of the Armed Forces, the Secretary of Defense
  shall transfer to the Secretary of Education funds to make payments to
  local educational agencies that are entitled to receive under section 3
  of the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress;
  20 U.S.C. 238), payments adjusted in accordance with subsection (e)
  of such section by reason of conditions described in subparagraphs (A)
  through (C) of paragraph (1) of such subsection that result from closures
  and realignments of military installations.
  (e) REPORT ON IMPACT OF BASE CLOSURES ON EDUCATIONAL AGENCIES- (1) Not later
  than February 15 of each of 1993, 1994, and 1995, the Secretary of Defense,
  in consultation with the Secretary of Education, shall submit to Congress
  a report on the local educational agencies affected by the closures and
  realignment of military installations and by redeployments of members of
  the Armed Forces.
  (2) Each report shall contain the following:
  (A) The number of dependent children of members of the Armed Forces or
  civilian employees of the Department of Defense who entered the schools
  of the local educational agencies during the preceding school year as a
  result of closures, realignments, or redeployments.
  (B) The number of dependent children of such members or employees who
  withdrew from the schools of the local educational agencies during that
  school year as a result of closures, realignments, or redeployments.
  (C) The amounts paid to the local educational agencies during that year
  under the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress;
  20 U.S.C. 236 et seq.), or any other provision of law authorizing the
  payment of financial assistance to local communities or local educational
  agencies on the basis of the presence of dependent children of such members
  or employees in such communities and in the schools of such agencies.
  (D) The projected transfers of such members and employees in connection
  with closures, realignments, and redeployments during the 12-month period
  beginning on the date of the report, including--
  (i) the installations to be closed or realigned;
  (ii) the installations to which personnel will be transferred as a result
  of closures, realignments, and redeployments; and
  (iii) the effects of such transfers on the number of dependent children who
  will be included in determinations with respect to the payment of funds
  to each affected local educational agency under subsections (a) and (b)
  of section 3 of such Act (20 U.S.C. 238).
  (e) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `local educational agency' has the meaning given that term
  in section 1471(12) of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965
  (20 U.S.C. 2891(12)).
  (2) The term `military dependent student' means a student that is--
  (A) a dependent child of a member of the Armed Forces; or
  (B) a dependent child of a civilian employee of the Department of Defense.
  (3) The term `State' has the meaning given that term in section 3(d)(3)(D)(i)
  of the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public Law 874, Eighty-first Congress;
  20 U.S.C. 238(d)(3)(D)(i)).
  (f) FUNDING- Of the amounts appropriated for the Department of Defense for
  operation and maintenance in fiscal year 1993 pursuant to the authorization
  of appropriations in section 301--
  (1) $50,000,000 shall be available for providing assistance to local
  educational agencies under subsection (b); and
  (2) $8,000,000 shall be available for making payments to local educational
  agencies under subsection (d).
  (g) LIMITATION ON TRANSFER AND OBLIGATION OF FUNDS- (1) The amount made
  available pursuant to subsection (f)(2) for adjustment assistance related
  to base closures and realignments under subsection (d) may be obligated
  for such adjustment assistance only if expenditures for that adjustment
  assistance for fiscal year 1993 have been determined by the Director of the
  Office of Management and Budget to be counted against the defense category
  of the discretionary spending limits for fiscal year 1993 (as defined in
  section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974) for purposes
  of part C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
  (2) Not later than the third day after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall make a
  determination as to the classification by discretionary spending limit
  category for purposes of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control
  Act of 1985 of the amount appropriated for adjustment assistance related
  to base closures and realignments under subsection (d). If the Director
  determines that the amount shall not classify against the defense category
  (as described in paragraph (1)), then the President shall submit to Congress
  a report stating that the Director has made such a determination and the
  amount that will not classify against the defense category and containing
  an explanation for the determination.
  (3) The amount listed in the report under paragraph (2) may be transferred
  only to the programs under title III other than the program under subsection
  (d) pursuant to amounts specified in appropriation Acts. Any such transfer
  shall be taken into account for purposes of calculating all reports under
  section 254 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
SEC. 387. TREATMENT OF STATE EQUALIZATION PROGRAMS IN DETERMINING ELIGIBILITY
FOR, AND AMOUNT OF, IMPACT AID.
  Section 5(d)(2) of the Act of September 30, 1950 (Public Law 874,
  Eighty-first Congress; 20 U.S.C. 240(d)(2)) is amended--
  (1) by striking the first subparagraph (C) (as added by section 330(a)
  of Public Law 94-482 (90 Stat. 2221)); and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph:
  `(D) Any State whose program of State aid was certified by the Secretary
  under subparagraph (C) for fiscal year 1988, but whose program was determined
  by the Secretary under subparagraph (C)(i) not to meet the requirements
  of subparagraph (A) for one or more of the fiscal years 1989 through 1992--
  `(i) shall be deemed to have met the requirements of subparagraph (A)
  for each of the fiscal years 1989 through 1992; and
  `(ii) shall not, beginning with fiscal year 1993, and notwithstanding any
  other provision of this paragraph, take payments under this title into
  consideration as provided under subparagraph (A) for any fiscal year
  unless the Secretary has previously certified such State's program for
  such fiscal year.'.
TITLE IV--MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZATIONS
Subtitle A--Active Forces
SEC. 401. END STRENGTHS FOR ACTIVE FORCES.
  The Armed Forces are authorized strengths for active duty personnel as of
  September 30, 1993, as follows:
  (1) The Army, 598,900, of whom not more than 88,855 shall be commissioned
  officers.
  (2) The Navy, 535,800, of whom not more than 67,455 shall be commissioned
  officers.
  (3) The Marine Corps, 181,900, of whom not more than 18,440 shall be
  commissioned officers.
  (4) The Air Force, 449,900, of whom not more than 84,970 shall be
  commissioned officers.
SEC. 402. WAIVER AND TRANSFER AUTHORITY.
  (a) WAIVER AUTHORITY- The Secretary of Defense may waive an end strength
  prescribed in section 401 for any of the Armed Forces to the extent that
  the Secretary considers the waiver necessary to prevent personnel imbalances
  that would impair the long term combat readiness of that armed force.
  (b) TRANSFER AUTHORITY- (1) Upon determination by the Secretary of Defense
  that such action is necessary in order to prevent involuntary separations
  from the Armed Forces that would otherwise be necessary solely for the
  purpose of reducing the size of the Armed Forces below the authorized end
  strengths prescribed in section 401, the Secretary may transfer amounts
  appropriated to the Department of Defense pursuant to authorizations
  of appropriations in this division for fiscal year 1993. Amounts so
  transferred shall be merged with and be available for the same purposes
  as the appropriations to which transferred.
  (2) A transfer made from one appropriation account to another under the
  authority of this section shall be deemed to increase the amount authorized
  for the appropriation account to which transferred by the amount transferred.
  (3) The Secretary of Defense shall promptly notify Congress of transfers
  made under the authority of this subsection.
SEC. 403. LIMITED EXCLUSION OF JOINT SERVICE REQUIREMENTS FROM A LIMITATION
ON THE STRENGTHS FOR GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICERS ON ACTIVE DUTY.
  (a) EXCLUSION- Section 526 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(c) LIMITED EXCLUSION FOR JOINT DUTY REQUIREMENTS- (1) The Chairman of
  the Joint Chiefs of Staff may designate up to 12 general officer and flag
  officer positions that are joint duty assignments for purposes of chapter
  38 of this title for exclusion from the limitations in subsection (a)
  that are applicable on and after October 1, 1995. Officers in positions
  so designated shall not be counted for the purposes of those limitations.
  `(2) This subsection shall cease to be effective on October 1, 1998.'.
  (b) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT- Subsection (b) of such section is amended by
  striking out `(b)' and inserting in lieu thereof `(b) TRANSFERS BETWEEN
  SERVICES- '.
SEC. 404. STUDY OF DISTRIBUTION OF GENERAL AND FLAG OFFICER POSITIONS IN
JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS.
  (a) STUDY- The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a study of whether
  joint organizations of the Department of Defense are fully staffed with
  the appropriate number of general and flag officers. For such purpose,
  the Secretary, as part of the study, shall--
  (1) identify and validate requirements for general and flag officer joint
  positions;
  (2) evaluate the process of reallocating general and flag officer
  positions when either new joint duty position requirements are identified
  or requirements for existing joint duty positions are terminated; and
  (3) evaluate the process of identifying and assigning general and flag
  officers to joint positions.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than one year after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services
  of the Senate and House of Representatives a report on the results of the
  study. The report shall include--
  (1) the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the study;
  (2) a description of any actions taken by the Secretary based on the
  results of the study; and
  (3) any recommendations for legislation that the Secretary considers
  appropriate based on the results of the study.
Subtitle B--Reserve Forces
SEC. 411. END STRENGTHS FOR SELECTED RESERVE.
  (a) IN GENERAL- The Armed Forces are authorized strengths for Selected
  Reserve personnel of the reserve components as of September 30, 1993,
  as follows:
  (1) The Army National Guard of the United States, 422,725.
  (2) The Army Reserve, 279,615.
  (3) The Naval Reserve, 133,675.
  (4) The Marine Corps Reserve, 42,315.
  (5) The Air National Guard of the United States, 119,300.
  (6) The Air Force Reserve, 82,300.
  (7) The Coast Guard Reserve, 15,150.
  (b) INCREASES IN END STRENGTHS- The Secretary of Defense may increase an
  end strength authorized by subsection (a) by not more than 2 percent.
  (c) LIMITATION ON REDUCTIONS IN END STRENGTHS- (1) Except as provided
  in paragraph (2), the number of Selected Reserve personnel of any of the
  reserve components as of September 30, 1993, may not be below the number
  authorized in subsection (a) for that reserve component.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense may authorize a reduction in the number
  applicable to any of the reserve components under paragraph (1) by not
  more than 0.5 percent if the Secretary of the military department concerned
  determines that such a reduction is necessary in order to permit the early
  and timely release of members who seek such release before the end of the
  fiscal year.
  (d) ADJUSTMENTS- The end strengths prescribed by subsection (a) for
  the Selected Reserve of any reserve component shall be proportionately
  reduced by--
  (1) the total authorized strength of units organized to serve as units
  of the Selected Reserve of such component which are on active duty (other
  than for training) at the end of the fiscal year, and
  (2) the total number of individual members not in units organized to serve
  as units of the Selected Reserve of such component who are on active duty
  (other than for training or for unsatisfactory participation in training)
  without their consent at the end of the fiscal year.
Whenever such units or such individual members are released from active duty
during any fiscal year, the end strength prescribed for such fiscal year
for the Selected Reserve of such reserve component shall be proportionately
increased by the total authorized strengths of such units and by the total
number of such individual members.
SEC. 412. END STRENGTHS FOR RESERVES ON ACTIVE DUTY IN SUPPORT OF THE
RESERVE COMPONENTS.
  Within the end strengths prescribed in section 411(a), the reserve
  components of the Armed Forces are authorized, as of September 30, 1993,
  the following number of Reserves to be serving on full-time active duty
  or, in the case of members of the National Guard, full-time National Guard
  duty for the purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing,
  or training the reserve components:
  (1) The Army National Guard of the United States, 24,736.
  (2) The Army Reserve, 12,637.
  (3) The Naval Reserve, 21,490.
  (4) The Marine Corps Reserve, 2,285.
  (5) The Air National Guard of the United States, 9,106.
  (6) The Air Force Reserve, 636.
SEC. 413. RESERVE COMPONENT FORCE STRUCTURE.
  (a) REQUIREMENT TO PRESCRIBE RESERVE COMPONENT FORCE STRUCTURE- The Secretary
  of each military department shall prescribe a force structure allowance
  for each reserve component under the jurisdiction of the Secretary. Each
  such force structure allowance for a reserve component--
  (1) shall be consistent with, but in no case include a number of personnel
  spaces that is less than, the authorized end strength for that component; and
  (2) shall be prescribed in accordance with historic service policies.
  (b) DEFINITION- For purposes of this section, the term `force structure
  allowance' means the number and types of units and organizations, and
  the number of authorized personnel spaces allocated to those units and
  organizations, in a military force.
Subtitle C--Military Training Student Loads
SEC. 421. AUTHORIZATION OF TRAINING STUDENT LOADS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- For fiscal year 1993, the Armed Forces are authorized
  average military training student loads as follows:
  (1) The Army, 85,475.
  (2) The Navy, 51,371.
  (3) The Marine Corps, 18,831.
  (4) The Air Force, 33,164.
  (5) The Defense Agencies, 4,740.
  (b) ADJUSTMENTS- The average military training student loads authorized
  in subsection (a) shall be adjusted consistent with the end strengths
  authorized in subtitles A and B. The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe
  the manner in which such adjustments shall be apportioned.
Subtitle D--Limitations
SEC. 431. REDUCTION IN NUMBER OF PERSONNEL CARRYING OUT RECRUITING ACTIVITIES.
  (a) FISCAL YEAR 1994 LIMITATION- The number of members of the Armed
  Forces on September 30, 1994, who are serving on full-time active duty or
  full-time National Guard duty and who, as a primary duty, carry out personnel
  recruiting activities may not exceed the number equal to 90 percent of the
  number of members of the Armed Forces who, as a primary duty, carried out
  personnel recruiting activities while serving on full-time active duty or
  full-time National Guard duty on September 30, 1992.
  (b) FISCAL YEAR 1993 IMPLEMENTATION- The Secretary of Defense shall ensure
  that the number of such personnel who, as a primary duty, carry out such
  activities is reduced appropriately during fiscal year 1993 to achieve
  the reduction required as of the end of fiscal year 1994.
SEC. 432. NAVY CRAFT OF OPPORTUNITY (COOP) PROGRAM.
  The Secretary of the Navy shall ensure that none of the end strength
  reduction projected for the Naval Reserve in this Act shall be derived from
  personnel authorizations assigned to the Craft of Opportunity mission. The
  number of personnel authorizations assigned to that mission shall be
  maintained at not less than the level in effect on September 30, 1991.
SEC. 433. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL.
  There is hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Department of Defense
  for military personnel for fiscal year 1993 a total of $76,511,000,000. The
  authorization in the preceding sentence supersedes any other authorization
  of appropriations (definite or indefinite) for such purpose for fiscal
  year 1993.
TITLE V--MILITARY PERSONNEL POLICY
SEC. 500. REFERENCE TO PERSONNEL POLICY PROVISIONS IN TITLE XLIV.
  For provisions of this Act providing transition enhancements and other
  personnel benefits for the active forces relating to the defense drawdown,
  see subtitle A of title XLIV (sections 4401-4408). For provisions of this
  Act providing transition enhancements and other personnel benefits for the
  Guard and Reserve forces relating to the defense drawdown, see subtitle
  B of title XLIV (sections 4411-4422).
Subtitle A--Officer Personnel Policy
SEC. 501. REPORTS ON PLANS FOR OFFICER ACCESSIONS AND ASSIGNMENT OF JUNIOR
OFFICERS.
  (a) REPORT ON PLANNED OFFICER ACCESSIONS- (1) The Secretary of Defense
  shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House
  of Representatives a report on the plans of the military departments for
  the procurement of officer personnel during each of fiscal years 1993
  through 1997.
  (2) The report shall contain for each fiscal year for each military
  department the following:
  (A) For each program of officer training resulting in a commission, the
  number of persons to be commissioned.
  (B) Of the persons to be commissioned under the Reserve Officer Training
  Corps program, the number of persons receiving scholarships under that
  program and the number of persons not receiving scholarships under the
  program.
  (C) Of the number of persons to be commissioned--
  (i) the number necessary to meet immediate needs for active component
  personnel;
  (ii) the number necessary to meet immediate needs for personnel for the
  Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve of the reserve components; and
  (iii) the number that will be assigned directly into the Individual Ready
  Reserve of the reserve components.
  (b) REPORT ON PLANNED OFFICER ASSIGNMENTS- The Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of
  Representatives a report on the types of assignments that the military
  departments plan for the commissioned officers who commence active duty
  for their initial period of obligated active duty service during each of
  fiscal years 1993 through 1997 after being commissioned upon completion
  of an officer training program, stated by officer training program. The
  report shall contain an analysis of the number of officers that are to
  be assigned for skills training and the number of officers that are to be
  assigned directly to occupational positions.
  (c) SUBMISSION OF REPORTS- The reports required by subsections (a) and
  (b) shall be submitted together not later than April 1, 1993.
SEC. 502. EVALUATION OF EFFECTS OF OFFICER STRENGTH REDUCTIONS ON OFFICER
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR REVIEW- The Secretary of Defense shall provide for a
  federally funded research and development center that is independent of the
  military departments to review the officer personnel management system of
  each of the military departments and to determine and evaluate the effects
  of the post-Cold War officer strength reductions on that officer personnel
  management system.
  (b) MATTERS TO BE CONSIDERED- The review and evaluation shall include,
  for the officer personnel management system of each military department,
  the effects of the officer strength reductions on the following:
  (1) The timing and opportunities for officer promotions.
  (2) The expected lengths of officer careers.
  (3) Other features of the officer personnel management system under the
  Defense Officer Personnel Management Act (Public Law 96-513), including
  the provisions of law added and amended by that Act.
  (4) Any other aspect of the officer personnel management system that the
  federally funded research and development center personnel conducting the
  review and evaluation consider appropriate or as directed by the Secretary
  of Defense.
  (c) REPORT- Not later than December 31, 1993, the federally funded research
  and development center shall submit to the Secretary of Defense a report on
  the results of the review and evaluation. Within 60 days after receiving
  the report, the Secretary shall transmit the report to the Committees on
  Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives. The Secretary
  may submit to such committees any comments that the Secretary considers
  appropriate regarding the matters contained in the report.
  (d) FUNDING- Funds appropriated for fiscal year 1993 pursuant to title II and
  made available for federally funded research and development centers shall
  be available for the conduct of the review and evaluation under this section.
SEC. 503. SUBMISSION OF ELIGIBILITY LISTS TO SELECTIVE EARLY RETIREMENT BOARDS.
  Section 638a(c) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at
  the end the following:
  `(3) In the case of an action under subsection (b)(2), the Secretary of
  the military department concerned may submit to a selection board convened
  pursuant to that subsection--
  `(A) the names of all eligible officers described in that subsection in
  a particular grade and competitive category; or
  `(B) the names of all eligible officers described in that subsection in a
  particular grade and competitive category who are also in particular year
  groups, specialties, or retirement categories, or any combination thereof,
  within that competitive category.'.
SEC. 504. RETIREMENT OF CERTAIN LIMITED DUTY OFFICERS OF THE NAVY.
  (a) REGULAR NAVY COMMANDERS- Section 633 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended by adding at the end the following: `During the period beginning
  on July 1, 1993, and ending on October 1, 1995, the preceding sentence
  shall not apply to an officer of the Navy designated for limited duty to
  whom section 6383 of this title applies.'.
  (b) REGULAR NAVY CAPTAINS- Section 634 of title 10, United States Code, is
  amended by adding at the end the following: `During the period beginning
  on July 1, 1993, and ending on October 1, 1995, the preceding sentence
  shall not apply to an officer of the Regular Navy designated for limited
  duty to whom section 6383(a)(4) of this title applies.'.
  (c) MAXIMUM TENURE- Subsection (a) of section 6383 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(1)' after `(a)'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraphs:
  `(2) Except as provided in subsection (i), each regular officer of the Navy
  designated for limited duty who is serving in the grade of commander, has
  failed of selection for promotion to the grade of captain for the second
  time, and is not on a list of officers recommended for promotion to the
  grade of captain shall--
  `(A) if eligible for retirement as a commissioned officer under any provision
  of law, be retired under that provision of law on the date requested by the
  officer and approved by the Secretary of the Navy, except that the date
  of retirement may not be later than the first day of the seventh month
  beginning after the month in which the President approves the report of
  the selection board in which the officer is considered as having failed
  for promotion to the grade of captain for a second time; or
  `(B) if not eligible for retirement as a commissioned officer, be retired
  on the date requested by the officer and approved by the Secretary of the
  Navy after the officer becomes eligible for retirement as a commissioned
  officer, except that the date of retirement may not be later than the first
  day of the seventh calendar month beginning after the month in which the
  officer becomes eligible for retirement as a commissioned officer.
  `(3) Except as provided in subsection (i), if not retired earlier, a regular
  officer of the Navy designated for limited duty who is serving in the grade
  of commander and is not on a list of officers recommended for promotion to
  the grade of captain shall be retired on the last day of the month following
  the month in which the officer completes 35 years of active naval service,
  exclusive of active duty for training in a reserve component.
  `(4) Except as provided in subsection (i), each regular officer of the Navy
  designated for limited duty who is serving in the grade of captain shall,
  if not retired sooner, be retired on the last day of the month following
  the month in which the officer completes 38 years of active naval service,
  exclusive of active duty for training in a reserve component.
  `(5) Paragraphs (2) through (4) shall be effective only during the period
  beginning on July 1, 1993, and ending on October 1, 1995.'.
  (d) LIMITATION ON DEFERRED RETIREMENT- Subsection (i) of section 6383
  of such title is amended by adding at the end the following: `During
  the period beginning on July 1, 1993, and ending on October 1, 1995, an
  officer of the Navy in the grade of commander or captain whose retirement
  is deferred under this subsection and who is not subsequently promoted may
  not be continued on active duty beyond age 62 or, if earlier, 28 years of
  active commissioned service if in the grade of commander or 30 years of
  active commissioned service if in the grade of captain.'.
SEC. 505. APPOINTMENT OF CHIROPRACTORS AS COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
  (a) ARMY- Section 3070 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(5) The Chiropractic Section.';
  (2) in subsection (c), by striking out `four assistant chiefs' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `up to five assistant chiefs'; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(d) Chiropractors who are qualified under regulations prescribed by the
  Secretary of the Army may be appointed as commissioned officers in the
  Chiropractic Section of the Army Medical Specialist Corps.'.
  (b) NAVY- (1) Chapter 513 of such title is amended by inserting after
  section 5138 the following new section:
`Sec. 5139. Appointment of chiropractors in the Medical Service Corps
  `Chiropractors who are qualified under regulations prescribed by the
  Secretary of the Navy may be appointed as commissioned officers in the
  Medical Service Corps of the Navy.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  inserting after the item relating to section 5138 the following new item:
`5139. Appointment of chiropractors in the Medical Service Corps.'.
  (c) AIR FORCE- Section 8067(f) of such title is amended by inserting
  `and chiropractic functions' after `physician assistant functions'.
  (d) DEADLINE FOR REGULATIONS- The regulations required to be prescribed
  by the amendments made by this section shall be prescribed not later than
  180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 506. CLARIFICATION OF MINIMUM SERVICE REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN FLIGHT
CREW POSITIONS.
  (a) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS- Section 653 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) in subsections (a) and (b), by striking out `active duty obligation'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `service obligation'; and
  (2) in subsection (c), by striking out `the term `active duty obligation'
  means the period of active duty' and inserting in lieu thereof `the term
  `service obligation' means the period of active duty or, in the case of a
  member of a reserve component who completed flight training in an active
  duty for training status as a member of a reserve component, the period
  of service in an active status in the Selected Reserve'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendments made by subsection (a) shall take effect
  as of November 29, 1989.
SEC. 507. ONE-YEAR EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY FOR TEMPORARY PROMOTIONS OF CERTAIN
NAVY LIEUTENANTS.
  Effective as of September 29, 1992, section 5721 of title 10, United States
  Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' in subsection (f)
  and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
Subtitle B--Reserve Component Matters
SEC. 511. PILOT PROGRAM FOR ACTIVE COMPONENT SUPPORT OF RESERVES.
  (a) REPEAL OF FISCAL YEAR 1992 DEADLINE- Section 521 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1361) is repealed.
  (b) PERSONNEL TO BE ASSIGNED- Section 414 of such Act (105 Stat. 1352)
  is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by striking out `fiscal year 1993' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `fiscal years 1992 and 1993';
  (2) in subsection (c)(2), by striking out `1,300 officers as advisers
  to combat units and 700 officers as advisers to combat support units and
  combat service support units' and inserting in lieu thereof `2,000 members
  as advisers to combat units, combat support units, and combat service
  support units';
  (3) in subsection (c)(3)--
  (A) by striking out `officers' and inserting in lieu thereof `members';
  (B) by striking out `in fiscal year 1993' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `during fiscal years 1992 and 1993'; and
  (C) by striking out `section 401(b)(1)' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `section 401'; and
  (4) in subsection (d), by striking out `may expand' and all that follows
  and inserting in lieu thereof `shall by April 1, 1993, submit to the
  Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives
  a report containing the Secretary's evaluation of the program to that
  date. As part of the budget submission for fiscal year 1995, the Secretary
  shall submit any recommendations for expansion or modification of the
  program. In no case may the number of active duty personnel assigned to
  the program decrease below the number specified for the pilot program.'.
SEC. 512. LIMITATION ON NUMBER OF FULL-TIME RESERVE PERSONNEL WHO MAY BE
ASSIGNED TO ROTC DUTY.
  Section 690 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `A member of a reserve component' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `The number of members of the reserve components';
  (2) by striking out `may not be assigned' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `who are assigned'; and
  (3) by striking out the period at the end and inserting in lieu thereof
  `may not exceed 200.'.
SEC. 513. REPORT CONCERNING CERTAIN ACTIVE ARMY COMBAT SUPPORT AND COMBAT
SERVICE SUPPORT POSITIONS.
  (a) FINDING- The Congress finds that the force structure of the active
  component of the Army contains approximately 13,700 positions for personnel
  having missions to provide combat support and combat service support to
  inactivated Army units formerly stationed in Europe and the continental
  United States.
  (b) REPORT REQUIRED- Section 402(c)(1) of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1350)
  is amended by adding at the end the following:
  `(E) An assessment of the effect on combat readiness of realigning the
  missions referred to in subsection (a) to the reserve components of the
  Army, including an assessment on the capability of the early deploying
  contingency corps of a range of different mixes of active and reserve
  component combat support and combat service support units.'.
SEC. 514. PREFERENCE IN GUARD AND RESERVE AFFILIATION FOR VOLUNTARILY
SEPARATED MEMBERS.
  Section 1150(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking out
  `involuntarily'.
SEC. 515. TECHNICAL CORRECTION AND CODIFICATION OF REQUIREMENT OF BACCALAUREATE
DEGREE FOR APPOINTMENT OR PROMOTION OF RESERVE OFFICERS TO GRADES ABOVE
FIRST LIEUTENANT OR LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE).
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 34 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  inserting after section 595 the following new section:
-`Sec. 596. Commissioned officers: appointment; educational requirement
  `(a) IN GENERAL- After September 30, 1995, no person may be appointed to
  a grade above the grade of first lieutenant in the Army Reserve, Air Force
  Reserve, or Marine Corps Reserve or to a grade above the grade of lieutenant
  (junior grade) in the Naval Reserve, or be federally recognized in  a grade
  above the grade of first lieutenant as a member of the Army National Guard
  or Air National Guard, unless that person has been awarded a baccalaureate
  degree by an accredited educational institution.
  `(b) EXCEPTIONS- Subsection (a) does not apply to the following:
  `(1) The appointment to or recognition in a higher grade of a person
  who is appointed in or assigned for service in a health profession for
  which a baccalaureate degree is not a condition of original appointment
  or assignment.
  `(2) The appointment in the Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve of an
  individual appointed for service as an officer designated as a limited
  duty officer.
  `(3) The appointment in the Naval Reserve of an individual appointed for
  service under the Naval Aviation Cadet (NAVCAD) program.
  `(4) The appointment to or recognition in a higher grade of any person
  who was appointed to, or federally recognized in, the grade of captain or,
  in the case of the Navy, lieutenant before October 1, 1995.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by inserting after the item relating to section 595
  the following new item:
`596. Commissioned officers: appointment; educational requirement.'.
SEC. 516. DISABILITY RETIRED OR SEVERANCE PAY FOR RESERVE MEMBERS DISABLED
WHILE TRAVELING TO OR FROM TRAINING.
  (a) CONFORMANCE WITH OTHER PROVISIONS OF LAW- Sections 1204(2) and
  1206(4) of title 10, United States Code, are amended by inserting after
  `inactive-duty training' the following: `or of traveling directly to or
  from the place at which such duty is performed'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendments made by subsection (a) shall take
  effect with respect to disabilities incurred on or after November 14,
  1986, but any benefits or services payable by reason of the applicability
  of those amendments during the period beginning on November 14, 1986,
  and ending on the date of the enactment of this Act shall be subject to
  the availability of appropriations.
SEC. 517. SERVICE CREDIT FOR CONCURRENT ENLISTED ACTIVE DUTY SERVICE PERFORMED
BY ROTC MEMBERS WHILE IN THE SELECTED RESERVE.
  (a) AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 10- (1) Section 2106(c) of title 10, United States
  Code, is amended by striking out the period at the end and inserting in
  lieu thereof `, other than any period of enlisted service while serving
  on active duty other than for training after July 31, 1990, while a member
  of the Selected Reserve.'.
  (2) Section 2107(g) of such title is amended by striking out the period
  at the end and inserting in lieu thereof `, other than concurrent enlisted
  service while serving on active duty other than for training after July 31,
  1990, while a member of the Selected Reserve.'.
  (b) AMENDMENT TO TITLE 37- Subsection (d) of section 205 of title 37,
  United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
  `(d) Notwithstanding subsection (a), a commissioned officer may not count
  in computing basic pay a period of service after October 13, 1964, that the
  officer performed concurrently as a member of the Senior Reserve Officers'
  Training Corps, except that service after July 31, 1990, that the officer
  performed while serving on active duty other than for training as an
  enlisted member of the Selected Reserve may be so counted.'.
SEC. 518. LIMITATION ON REDUCTION IN NUMBER OF RESERVE COMPONENT MEDICAL
PERSONNEL.
  (a) LIMITATION- The Secretary of Defense may not reduce the number of
  medical personnel in any reserve component below the number of such
  personnel in that reserve component on September 30, 1992.
  (b) DEFINITION- In subsection (a), the term `medical personnel' has the
  meaning given that term in section 115a(g)(2) of title 10, United States
  Code.
SEC. 519. ONE-YEAR EXTENSION OF CERTAIN RESERVE OFFICER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.
  (a) GRADE DETERMINATION AUTHORITY FOR CERTAIN RESERVE MEDICAL OFFICERS-
  Sections 3359(b) and 8359(b) of title 10, United States Code, are each
  amended by striking `September 30, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `September 30, 1993'.
  (b) PROMOTION AUTHORITY FOR CERTAIN RESERVE OFFICERS SERVING ON ACTIVE DUTY-
  Sections 3380(d) and 8380(d) of such title are each amended by striking out
  `September 30, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (c) YEARS OF SERVICE FOR MANDATORY TRANSFER TO THE RETIRED RESERVE-
  Section 1016(d) of the Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1984
  (10 U.S.C. 3360 note) is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (d) EFFECTIVE DATE- (1) The amendments made by this section shall take
  effect as of September 30, 1992.
  (2) If the date of the enactment of this Act is after September 30, 1992,
  the Secretary of the Army or the Secretary of the Air Force, as appropriate,
  shall provide, in the case of a Reserve officer appointed to a higher grade
  on or after the date of the enactment of this Act under an appointment
  described in paragraph (3), that the date of rank of such officer under
  that appointment shall be the date of rank that would have applied to the
  appointment had the authority referred to in that paragraph not lapsed.
  (3) An appointment referred to in paragraph (2) is an appointment under
  section 3380 or 8380 of title 10, United States  Code, that (as determined
  by the Secretary concerned) would have been made during the period beginning
  on October 1, 1992, and ending on the date of the enactment of this Act
  had the authority to make appointments under that section not lapsed during
  such period.
SEC. 520. LIMITATION ON REENLISTMENT ELIGIBILITY FOR CERTAIN FORMER RESERVE
OFFICERS OF ARMY AND AIR FORCE.
  (a) LIMITATION FOR THE ARMY- Section 3258 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(a)' before `Any';
  (2) by striking out the last sentence; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new subsection (b):
  `(b) A person is not entitled to be reenlisted under this section if--
  `(1) the person was discharged or released from active duty as a Reserve
  officer on the basis of a determination of--
  `(A) misconduct;
  `(B) moral or professional dereliction;
  `(C) duty performance below prescribed standards for the grade held; or
  `(D) retention being inconsistent with the interests of national security; or
  `(2) the person's former enlisted status and grade was based solely on the
  participation by that person in a precommissioning program that resulted
  in the Reserve commission held by that person during the active duty from
  which the person was released or discharged.'.
  (b) LIMITATION FOR THE AIR FORCE- Section 8258 of such title is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(a)' before `Any';
  (2) by striking out the last sentence; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new subsection (b):
  `(b) A person is not entitled to be reenlisted under this section if--
  `(1) the person was discharged or released from active duty as a Reserve
  officer on the basis of a determination of--
  `(A) misconduct;
  `(B) moral or professional dereliction;
  `(C) duty performance below prescribed standards for the grade held; or
  `(D) retention being inconsistent with the interests of national security; or
  `(2) the person's former enlisted status and grade was based solely on the
  participation by that person in a precommissioning program that resulted
  in the Reserve commission held by that person during the active duty from
  which the person was released or discharged.'.
  (c) APPLICABILITY- The amendments made by subsections (a) and (b) shall
  apply to persons discharged or released from active duty as commissioned
  officers in the Army Reserve or the Air Force Reserve, respectively,
  after the date of the enactment of this Act.
Subtitle C--Service Academies
SEC. 521. REPEAL OF REQUIREMENT THAT DEANS AT UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
AND AIR FORCE ACADEMY BE GENERAL OFFICERS.
  (a) DEAN OF ACADEMIC BOARD AT THE MILITARY ACADEMY- Section 4335 of title
  10, United States Code, is amended by striking out subsection (c).
  (b) DEAN OF THE FACULTY AT THE AIR FORCE ACADEMY- Section 9335 of such
  title is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by striking out `(a)'; and
  (2) by striking out subsection (b).
SEC. 522. ACADEMY PREPARATORY SCHOOLS.
  Not later than April 1, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the
  Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives
  a plan to make the operation of the preparatory schools of the United
  States Military Academy, the United States Naval Academy, and the United
  States Air Force Academy more efficient and cost effective. In preparing
  the plan, the Secretary shall consider the recommendations contained in
  the report of the Comptroller General, dated March 13, 1992, regarding
  such preparatory schools.
SEC. 523. COMPOSITION OF FACULTIES AT UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY AND
AIR FORCE ACADEMY.
  (a) CIVILIAN FACULTY AT MILITARY ACADEMY- Section 4331 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(c)(1) The Secretary of the Army may employ as many civilians as
  professors, instructors, and lecturers at the Academy as the Secretary
  considers necessary.
  `(2) The compensation of persons employed under this subsection shall be
  as prescribed by the Secretary.
  `(3) The Secretary may delegate the authority conferred by this subsection
  to any person in the Department of the Army to the extent the Secretary
  considers proper. Such delegation may be made with or without the authority
  to make successive redelegations.'.
  (b) CIVILIAN FACULTY AT AIR FORCE ACADEMY- Section 9331 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(c)(1) The Secretary of the Air Force may employ as many civilians as
  professors, instructors, and lecturers at the Academy as the Secretary
  considers necessary.
  `(2) The compensation of persons employed under this subsection shall be
  as prescribed by the Secretary.
  `(3) The Secretary may delegate the authority conferred by this subsection
  to any person in the Department of the Air Force to the extent the Secretary
  considers proper. Such delegation may be made with or without the authority
  to make successive redelegations.'.
  (c) PROPOSED LEGISLATION TO INCREASE CIVILIAN FACULTY MEMBERS- Not later than
  April 1, 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall transmit to the Committees
  on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives recommended
  legislation for--
  (1) increasing the number of civilians on the faculty at the United States
  Military Academy and the United States Air Force Academy; and
  (2) reducing the number of officers of the Armed Forces assigned or appointed
  as permanent faculty at the United States Military Academy and the United
  States Air Force Academy.
SEC. 524. NONINSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AT SERVICE ACADEMIES.
  (a) REVIEW OF NONINSTRUCTIONAL STAFF POSITIONS- The Inspector General
  of the Department of Defense shall conduct a management audit of the
  noninstructional staff positions at the United States Military Academy,
  the United States Naval Academy, and the United States Air Force Academy to
  determine which positions are absolutely essential for the accomplishment of
  the mission of these service academies and the maintenance of the quality
  of life at these service academies.
  (b) REPORT ON RESULTS OF REVIEW- Not later than June 1, 1993, the Secretary
  of Defense shall submit to Congress a report specifying those actions taken
  or proposed to be taken as a result of the management audit required by
  subsection (a).
SEC. 525. AUTHORITY OF UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY TO CONFER THE DEGREE
OF MASTER OF ARTS IN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT.
  Upon the recommendation of the faculty of the United States Military Academy,
  the Superintendent of the Academy may confer the degree of master of arts
  in leadership development upon persons who--
  (1) before the date of the enactment of this Act, graduated from the
  program in leadership development offered at the Academy and fulfilled
  the requirements for the degree; or
  (2) as of that date, are enrolled in the program in leadership development
  offered at the Academy and subsequently graduate from the program and
  fulfill the requirements for the degree.
Subtitle D--Education and Training
SEC. 531. REPORT ON PARTICIPATION OF RESERVE PERSONNEL IN AIR FORCE
UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING PROGRAM.
  (a) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on
  Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives a report on
  the undergraduate pilot training program of the Air Force. In the report
  the Secretary shall set forth the Secretary's determination as to whether
  pilot candidate participation from the reserve components is necessary
  in order for the Air Force to meet pilot requirements after fiscal year
  1995. A report shall be submitted not later than February 1, 1993.
  (b) LIMITATION- The Secretary of the Air Force may not schedule any member
  of a reserve component for undergraduate pilot training until the report
  required by subsection (a) is submitted.
SEC. 532. ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NATIONAL GUARD.
  (a) DESIGNATION OF SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ARMY NATIONAL GUARD- Section 2107(h)
  of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(1)' after `(h)'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following:
  `(2) Of the total number of cadets appointed in the financial assistance
  programs under this section in any year, not less than 100 shall be
  designated for placement in the program of the Army for service upon
  commissioning in the Army National Guard, of which one-half shall be for
  financial assistance awarded for a period of two years and the remainder
  shall be for financial assistance awarded for a period of four years. A cadet
  who receives financial assistance under this paragraph and is commissioned
  in the Army National Guard shall perform service as provided in subsection
  (b)(5)(B) and may not be accepted for service on active duty pursuant to
  the member's voluntary application until the completion of the period of
  service prescribed in that subsection. The Secretary of the Army shall
  prescribe regulations to ensure a geographical distribution of the cadets
  who receive financial assistance under this paragraph.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendments made by subsection (a) shall take effect
  on January 1, 1993.
SEC. 533. JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS PROGRAM.
  (a) INCREASE IN AUTHORIZED NUMBER OF UNITS- Subsection (a) of section
  2031 of title 10, United States Code, is amended in the second sentence
  by striking out `1,600' and inserting in lieu thereof `3,500'.
  (b) PURPOSE OF PROGRAM- Such subsection is further amended--
  (1) by inserting `(1)' after `(a)'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(2) It is a purpose of the Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps to
  instill in students in United States secondary educational institutions
  the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal
  responsibility and a sense of accomplishment.'.
  (c) REQUIREMENTS FOR ENROLLMENT- Subsection (b)(1) of such section is
  amended--
  (1) by striking out `at least 14 years of age' both places it appears and
  inserting in lieu thereof `in a grade above the 8th grade'; and
  (2) by inserting `, or aliens lawfully admitted to the United States for
  permanent residence,' after `of the United States'.
  (d) RESOURCES PROVIDED BY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE- Subsection (c)(2) of
  such section is amended by inserting before the semicolon the following:
  `and, to the extent considered appropriate by the Secretary concerned,
  such additional resources (including transportation and billeting) as may
  be available to support activities of the program'.
  (e) INSTRUCTOR PAY FORMULA- (1) Paragraph (1) of subsection (d) of such
  section is amended to read as follows:
  `(1) A retired member so employed is entitled to receive the member's retired
  or retainer pay without reduction by reason of any additional amount paid
  to the member by the institution concerned. In the case of payment of any
  such additional amount by the institution concerned, the Secretary of the
  military department concerned shall pay to that institution the amount equal
  to one-half of the amount paid to the retired member by the institution
  for any period, up to a maximum of one-half of the difference between the
  member's retired or retainer pay for that period and the active duty pay
  and allowances which the member would have received for that period if
  on active duty. Notwithstanding the limitation in the preceding sentence,
  the Secretary concerned may pay to the institution more than one-half of
  the additional amount paid to the retired member by the institution if (as
  determined by the Secretary) the institution is in an educationally and
  economically deprived area and the Secretary determines that such action
  is in the national interest. Payments by the Secretary concerned under
  this paragraph shall be made from funds appropriated for that purpose.'.
  (2) The amendment made by paragraph (1) shall apply with respect to payments
  for periods of instructor service performed after September 30, 1992.
Subtitle E--Other Matters
SEC. 541. RETENTION ON ACTIVE DUTY OF ENLISTED MEMBERS WITHIN TWO YEARS OF
ELIGIBILITY FOR RETIREMENT.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 59 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 1176. Enlisted members: retention after completion of 18 or more,
but less than 20, years of service
  `(a) REGULAR MEMBERS- A regular enlisted member who is selected to be
  involuntarily separated, or whose term of enlistment expires and who
  is denied reenlistment, and who on the date on which the member is to
  be discharged is within two years of qualifying for retirement under
  section 3914 or 8914 of this title, or of qualifying for transfer to the
  Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve under section 6330 of this
  title, shall be retained on active duty until the member is qualified for
  retirement or transfer to the Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve,
  as the case may be, unless the member is sooner retired or discharged
  under any other provision of law.
  `(b) RESERVE MEMBERS- A reserve enlisted member serving on active duty
  who is selected to be involuntarily separated, or whose term of enlistment
  expires and who is denied reenlistment, and who on the date on which the
  member is to be discharged or released from active duty is entitled to
  be credited with at least 18 but less than 20 years of service computed
  under section 1332 of this title, may not be discharged or released from
  active duty without the member's consent before the earlier of the following:
  `(1) If as of the date on which the member is to be discharged or released
  from active duty the member has at least 18, but less than 19, years of
  service computed under section 1332 of this title--
  `(A) the date on which the member is entitled to be credited with 20 years
  of service computed under section 1332 of this title; or
  `(B) the third anniversary of the date on which the member would otherwise
  be discharged or released from active duty.
  `(2) If as of the date on which the member is to be discharged or released
  from active duty the member has at least 19, but less than 20, years of
  service computed under section 1332 of this title--
  `(A) the date on which the member is entitled to be credited with 20 years
  of service computed under section 1332 of this title; or
  `(B) the second anniversary of the date on which the member would otherwise
  be discharged or released from active duty.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`1176. Enlisted members: retention after completion of 18 or more, but less
than 20, years of service.'.
SEC. 542. AUTHORITY FOR MILITARY SCHOOL FACULTY MEMBERS AND STUDENTS TO
ACCEPT HONORARIA FOR CERTAIN SCHOLARLY AND ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT HONORARIA- Notwithstanding the prohibition on
  the acceptance of honoraria contained in section 501(b) of the Ethics in
  Government Act of 1978, a faculty member or a student at a Department of
  Defense school specified under subsection (d) may accept an honorarium for
  an appearance, a speech, or an article published in a bona fide publication
  if such an appearance, speech, or article is customary for  scholarly
  or academic activities normally associated with institutions of higher
  learning and if--
  (1) the purpose of the appearance, or the subject of the speech or article,
  does not relate primarily to the responsibilities, policies, or programs
  of the school at which the individual is a faculty member or student;
  (2) the appearance, speech, or article (including the individual's time
  in specific preparation for the appearance, speech, or article) does not
  involve the use of Government time, Government property, or other resources
  of the Government or the use of nonpublic Government information;
  (3) the reason for which the honorarium is paid is unrelated to the
  individual's duties or status as a member of the Armed Forces or employee
  of the Government or as a faculty member or student at a school specified
  in subsection (d); and
  (4) the person offering the honorarium has no interests that may be
  substantially affected by the performance or nonperformance of the
  individual's duties as a member of the Armed Forces or an employee of
  the Government or as a faculty member or student at a school specified in
  subsection (d).
  (b) SPECIAL RULE CONCERNING SUBJECT MATTER- For purposes of subsection
  (a)(1), an appearance, speech, or article on a subject matter that is
  within an individual's academic or military specialty, in the case of a
  faculty member, or an individual's course of academic study, in the case of a
  student, shall not be considered to relate primarily to the responsibilities,
  policies, or programs of the school at which the individual is a faculty
  member or student if the preparation and presentation of the particular
  appearance, speech, or article is clearly outside of the individual's duties.
  (c) NONCOVERAGE OF HIGHLY PAID FACULTY MEMBERS- Subsection (a) shall not
  apply to acceptance of an honorarium by a faculty member who is employed in
  a position for which the rate of basic pay, exclusive of any locality-based
  pay adjustment under section 5302 of title 5, United States Code (or any
  comparable adjustment pursuant to interim authority of the President),
  is equal to or greater than the rate of basic pay payable for Level V of
  the Executive Schedule.
  (d) COVERED SCHOOLS- (1) This section applies with respect to faculty
  members and students at any of the service academies and at any professional
  military school operated by the Department of Defense that is designated
  by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to be covered by this section.
  (2) For purposes of paragraph (1), the term `service academies' means--
  (A) the United States Military Academy;
  (B) the United States Naval Academy; and
  (C) the United States Air Force Academy.
  (e) HONORARIUM DEFINED- For purposes of this section, the term `honorarium'
  means a payment of money or anything of value for an appearance, a speech,
  or an article (including a series  of appearances, speeches, or articles).
  (f) MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF HONORARIUM- The amount of any honorarium accepted
  under this section shall not exceed the usual and customary fee for the
  appearance, speech, or article for which the honorarium is paid, up to a
  maximum of $2,000.
  (g) EFFECTIVE DATE- This section shall apply with respect to any honorarium
  for an appearance or speech made, or an article published, on or after
  the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 543. PAYMENT FOR LEAVE ACCRUED AND LOST BY KOREAN CONFLICT PRISONERS
OF WAR.
  Section 554 of Public Law 102-190 (105 Stat. 1371) is amended--
  (1) in the second sentence of subsection (a)--
  (A) by striking out `for any fiscal year'; and
  (B) by striking out `provided' and all that follows and inserting in lieu
  thereof `available in appropriations for military personnel for fiscal
  year 1993.'; and
  (2) in subsection (d), by striking out `not later than' and all that
  follows and inserting in lieu thereof `not later than September 30, 1993.'.
SEC. 544. MILITARY RESERVE TECHNICIANS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Subchapter I of chapter 33 of title 5, United States Code,
  is amended by adding at the end the following:
`Sec. 3329. Appointments of military reserve technicians to positions in
the competitive service
  `(a) For the purpose of this section, the term `military reserve technician'
  has the meaning given such term by section 8401(30).
  `(b) The Secretary of Defense shall take such steps as may be necessary to
  ensure that, except as provided in subsection (d), any military reserve
  technician who is involuntarily separated from technician service, after
  completing at least 15 years of such service and 20 years of service
  creditable under section 1332 of title 10, by reason of ceasing to satisfy
  the condition described in section 8401(30)(B) shall, if appropriate written
  application is submitted within 1 year after the date of separation, be
  offered a position described in subsection (c) not later than 6 months
  after the date of the application.
  `(c) The position to be offered shall be a position--
  `(1) in the competitive service;
  `(2) within the Department of Defense;
  `(3) for which the individual is qualified; and
  `(4) the rate of basic pay for which is not less than the rate last received
  for technician service before separation.
  `(d) This section shall not apply in the case of--
  `(1) an involuntary separation for cause on charges of misconduct or
  delinquency; or
  `(2) a technician who, as of the date of application under this section,
  is eligible for immediate (including for disability) or early retirement
  under subchapter III of chapter 83 or under chapter 84.
  `(e) The Secretary of Defense shall, in consultation with the Director of
  the Office of Personnel Management, prescribe such regulations as may be
  necessary to carry out this section.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections for chapter 33 of title 5,
  United States Code, is amended by adding after the item relating to section
  3328 the following:
`3329. Appointments of military reserve technicians to positions in the
competitive service.'.
SEC. 545. AIR RESERVE TECHNICIANS.
  The Secretary of the Air Force shall carry out the High-Year Tenure (HYT)
  program of the Air Force Reserve so as not to require the removal of an Air
  Reserve technician from active status as a Reservist before attaining age
  60 if the technician has a total of not less than 33 years of active duty
  and reserve military service before January 1, 1992, and who is otherwise
  qualified for retention as an Air Reserve technician.
SEC. 546. MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS OF MEMBERS OF ARMED FORCES.
  (a) REGULATIONS- Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment
  of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall revise applicable regulations
  to incorporate the requirements set forth in subsections (b), (c), and
  (d). In revising such regulations, the Secretary shall take into account
  any guidelines regarding psychiatric hospitalization of adults prepared
  by professional civilian health organizations.
  (b) PROCEDURES FOR OUTPATIENT AND INPATIENT EVALUATIONS- (1) The revisions
  required by subsection (a) shall provide that, except as provided in
  paragraph (4), a commanding officer shall consult with a mental health
  professional prior to referring a member of the Armed Forces for a mental
  health evaluation to be conducted on an outpatient basis.
  (2) The revisions required by subsection (a) shall provide that, except
  as provided in paragraph (4)--
  (A) a mental health evaluation of a member of the Armed Forces conducted
  on an inpatient basis shall be used only if and when such an evaluation
  cannot appropriately or reasonably be conducted on an outpatient basis,
  in accordance with the least restrictive alternative principle; and
  (B) only a psychiatrist, or, in cases in which a psychiatrist is not
  available, another mental health professional or a physician, may admit a
  member of the Armed Forces for a mental health evaluation to be conducted
  on an inpatient basis.
  (3) The revisions required by subsection (a) shall provide that, when a
  commanding officer determines it is necessary to refer a member of the
  Armed Forces for a mental health evaluation, the commanding officer shall
  ensure that, except as provided in paragraph (4), the member is provided
  with a written notice of the referral. The notice shall, at a minimum,
  include the following:
  (A) The date and time the mental health evaluation is scheduled.
  (B) A brief explanation of why the referral is considered necessary.
  (C) The name or names of the mental health professionals with whom the
  commanding officer has consulted prior to making the referral. If such
  consultation is not possible, the notice shall include the reasons why.
  (D) The positions and telephone numbers of authorities, including attorneys
  and inspectors general, who can assist a member who wishes to question
  the referral.
  (E) The rights of the member under the revisions required by subsection (a).
  (F) The member's signature attesting to having received the information
  described in subparagraphs (A) through (E). If the member refuses to sign
  the attestation, the commanding officer shall so indicate in the notice.
  (4) The revisions required by subsection (a) shall provide that, during
  emergencies, the procedures described in subsection (d) shall be followed
  in lieu of the procedures required by this subsection.
  (c) RIGHTS OF MEMBERS- The revisions required by subsection (a) shall
  provide that, in any case in which a member of the Armed Forces is referred
  for a mental health evaluation other than in an emergency, the following
  provisions apply:
  (1) Upon the request of the member, an attorney who is a member of the Armed
  Forces or employed by the Department of Defense and who is designated to
  provide advice under this section shall advise the member of the ways in
  which the member may seek redress under this section.
  (2) If a member of the Armed Forces submits to an Inspector General an
  allegation that the member was referred for a mental health evaluation in
  violation of the revised regulations, the Inspector General of the Department
  of Defense shall conduct or oversee an investigation of the allegation.
  (3) The member shall have the right to also be evaluated by a mental health
  professional of the member's own choosing, if reasonably available. Any
  such evaluation, including an evaluation by a mental health professional
  who is not an employee of the Department of Defense, shall be conducted
  within a reasonable period of time after the member is referred for an
  evaluation and shall be at the member's own expense.
  (4)(A) No person may restrict the member in communicating with an Inspector
  General, attorney, member of Congress, or others about the member's referral
  for a mental health evaluation.
  (B) Subparagraph (A) does not apply to a communication that is unlawful.
  (4) In situations other than emergencies, the member shall have at least
  two business days before a scheduled mental health evaluation to meet with
  an attorney, Inspector General, chaplain, or other appropriate party. If a
  commanding officer believes the condition of the member requires that such
  evaluation occur sooner, the commanding officer shall state the reasons
  in writing as part of the personnel record of the member.
  (5) In the event the member is aboard a naval vessel or in a circumstance
  related to the member's military duties which makes compliance with any
  of the procedures in subsection (b) impractical, the commanding officer
  seeking the referral shall prepare a memorandum setting forth the reasons
  for the inability to comply with such procedures.
  (d) ADDITIONAL RIGHTS OF MEMBERS AND PROCEDURES FOR EMERGENCY OR INVOLUNTARY
  INPATIENT EVALUATIONS- (1) The revisions required by subsection (a) shall
  provide that a member of the Armed Forces may be admitted, under criteria
  for admission set forth in such regulations, to a treatment facility
  for an emergency or involuntary mental health evaluation when there is
  reasonable cause to believe that the member may be suffering from a mental
  disorder. The revised regulations shall include definitions of the terms
  `emergency' and `mental disorder'.
  (2) The revised regulations shall provide that, in any case in which a member
  of the Armed Forces is admitted to a treatment facility for an emergency
  or involuntary mental health evaluation, the following provisions apply:
  (A) Reasonable efforts shall be made, as soon after admission as the member's
  condition permits, to inform the member of the reasons for the evaluation,
  the nature and consequences of the evaluation and any treatment, and the
  member's rights under this section.
  (B) The member shall have the right to contact, as soon after admission as
  the member's condition permits, a friend, relative, attorney, or Inspector
  General.
  (C) The member shall be evaluated by a psychiatrist or a physician within two
  business days after admittance, to determine if continued hospitalization and
  treatment is justified or if the member should be released from the facility.
  (D) If a determination is made that continued hospitalization and treatment
  is justified, the member must be notified orally and in writing of the
  reasons for such determination.
  (E) A review of the admission of the member and the appropriateness of
  continued hospitalization and treatment shall be conducted in accordance
  with procedures set forth in the regulations as required under paragraph (3).
  (3) The revised regulations shall include procedures for the review referred
  to in paragraph (2)(E). Such procedures shall--
  (A) specify the appropriate party (or parties) who is outside the
  individual's immediate chain of command and who is neutral and disinterested
  to conduct the review;
  (B) specify the appropriate procedure for conducting the review;
  (C) require that the member have the right to representation in such
  review by an attorney of the member's choosing at the member's expense,
  or by a judge advocate;
  (D) specify the periods of time within which the review and any subsequent
  reviews should be conducted;
  (E) specify the criteria to be used to determine whether continued treatment
  or discharge from the facility is appropriate;
  (F) require the party or parties conducting the review to assess whether
  or not the mental health evaluation was used in an inappropriate, punitive,
  or retributive manner in violation of this section; and
  (G) require that an assessment made pursuant to subparagraph (F) that the
  mental health evaluation was used in a manner in violation of this section
  shall be reported to the Inspector General of the Department of Defense
  and included by the Inspector General as part of the Inspector General's
  annual report.
  (e) CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in the regulations prescribed under this section
  shall be construed to discourage referrals for appropriate mental health
  evaluations when circumstances suggest the need for such action.
  (f) PROHIBITION AGAINST THE USE OF REFERRALS FOR MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATIONS
  TO RETALIATE AGAINST WHISTLEBLOWERS- (1) The revised regulations required
  by subsection (a) shall provide that no person may refer a member of the
  Armed Forces for a mental health evaluation as a reprisal for making or
  preparing a lawful communication of the type described in section 1034(c)(2)
  of title 10, United States Code, and applicable regulations. For purposes
  of this subsection, such communication also shall include a communication
  to any appropriate authority in the chain of command of the member.
  (2) Such revisions shall provide that an inappropriate referral for a
  mental health evaluation, when taken as a reprisal for a communication
  referred to in paragraph (1), may be the basis for a proceeding under
  section 892 of title 10, United States Code. Persons not subject to the
  Uniform Code of Military Justice who fail to comply with the provisions
  of this section are subject to adverse administrative action.
  (g) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `member' means any member of the Army, Navy, Air Force,
  or Marine Corps.
  (2) The term `Inspector General' means--
  (A) an Inspector General appointed under the Inspector General Act of
  1978; and
  (B) an officer of the Armed Forces assigned or detailed under regulations
  of the Secretary concerned to serve as an Inspector General at any command
  level in one of the Armed Forces.
  (3) The term `mental health professional' means a psychiatrist or clinical
  psychologist, a person with a doctorate in clinical social work or a
  psychiatric clinical nurse specialist.
  (4) The term `mental health evaluation' means a psychiatric examination
  or evaluation, a psychological examination or  evaluation, an examination
  for psychiatric or psychological fitness for duty, or any other means of
  assessing a member's state of mental health.
  (5) The term `least restrictive alternative principle' means a principle
  under which a member of the Armed Forces committed for hospitalization
  and treatment shall be placed in the  most appropriate and therapeutic
  available setting (A) that is no more restrictive than is conducive to the
  most effective form of treatment, and (B) in which treatment is available
  and the risks of physical injury or property damage posed by such placement
  are warranted by the proposed plan of treatment.
  (h) REPORT- At the same time as the regulations required by this section are
  revised, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on Armed
  Services of the Senate and House of Representatives a report describing
  the process of preparing the regulations, including--
  (1) an explanation of the degree to which any guidelines regarding
  psychiatric hospitalization of adults prepared by professional civilian
  mental health organizations were considered;
  (2) the manner in which the regulations differ from any such civilian
  guidelines; and
  (3) the reasons for such differences.
  (j) CONFORMING REPEAL- Subsection (g) of section 554 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510) is
  hereby repealed.
SEC. 547. REPORT ON THE SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- The Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the
  Director of the Selective Service System, shall prepare a report regarding
  the continued requirement for registration under the selective service
  system. The report shall contain, at a minimum, analyses on the effect of
  suspension of the requirement for registration on--
  (1) projected mobilization requirements, including the effect on the time it
  would take to increase the size of the Armed Forces in a national emergency;
  (2) recruiting in the Armed Forces; and
  (3) the organization and staffing of the selective service system.
  (b) SUBMISSION OF REPORT- The report required by subsection (a) shall be
  submitted to the President not later than April 30, 1993, together with
  such recommendations as the Secretary considers to be appropriate in light
  of the analyses. The President shall transmit the report to Congress not
  later than May 31, 1993, together with a description of what actions,
  if any, the President proposes to take with respect to the report.
TITLE VI--COMPENSATION AND OTHER PERSONNEL BENEFITS
SEC. 600. REFERENCE TO COMPENSATION AND OTHER PERSONNEL BENEFITS IN TITLE XLIV.
  For provisions of this Act providing compensation and other personnel
  benefits for members of the Armed Forces relating to the defense drawdown,
  see subtitle A of title XLIV (sections 4401-4408) and section 4464.
Subtitle A--Pay and Allowances
SEC. 601. MILITARY PAY RAISE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993.
  (a) WAIVER OF SECTION 1009 ADJUSTMENT- Any adjustment required by section
  1009 of title 37, United States Code, in elements of compensation of
  members of the uniformed services to become effective during fiscal year
  1993 shall not be made.
  (b) INCREASE IN BASIC PAY, BAS, AND BAQ- Effective on January 1, 1993, the
  rates of basic pay, basic allowance for subsistence, and basic allowance for
  quarters of members of the uniformed services are increased by 3.7 percent.
SEC. 602. ADVANCE PAYMENTS IN CONNECTION WITH EVACUATIONS OF MEMBERS AND
DEPENDENTS OF MEMBERS.
  (a) EXPANDED AUTHORITY- Section 1006(c) of title 37, United States Code,
  is amended by striking out the first and second sentences and inserting in
  lieu thereof the following new sentences: `Under regulations prescribed
  by the Secretary concerned, an advance of pay to a member of a uniformed
  service who is on duty outside the United States, or other place designated
  by the President, of not more than two months' basic pay may be made to a
  member if the member or the dependents of the member are ordered evacuated by
  competent authority. An advance of pay under this subsection is not subject
  to the conditions under which advances of pay may be made under subsection
  (a) or (b). An advance may be made on the basis of the evacuation of a
  member's dependents only if all dependents of members of the uniformed
  services are ordered evacuated from the place where the member's dependents
  are located. In the case of a member with dependents, the payment may be
  made directly to dependents previously designated by the member.'.
  (b) APPLICABILITY- The amendment made by subsection (a) shall apply with
  respect to evacuations on or after June 1, 1991.
Subtitle B--Bonuses and Special and Incentive Pays
SEC. 611. CLARIFICATION OF AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE SPECIAL PAY FOR NONPHYSICIAN
HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS.
  Section 302c(d)(1) of title 37, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `Navy or' and inserting in lieu thereof `Navy,'; and
  (2) by inserting before the semicolon the following: `, or an officer in
  the Army Medical Specialist Corps'.
SEC. 612. EXTENSIONS OF AUTHORITIES RELATING TO PAYMENT OF CERTAIN BONUSES
AND OTHER SPECIAL PAY.
  (a) REENLISTMENT BONUS FOR ACTIVE MEMBERS- Section 308(g) of title 37,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (b) ENLISTMENT BONUS FOR CRITICAL SKILLS- Section 308a(c) of title 37,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (c) AVIATOR RETENTION BONUS- Section 301b(a) of title 37, United States
  Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (d) EXTENSION OF ENLISTMENT AND REENLISTMENT BONUS AUTHORITIES FOR RESERVE
  FORCES- Sections 308b(f), 308c(e), 308e(e), 308h(g), and 308i(i) of title
  37, United States Code, are each amended by striking out `September 30,
  1992' and inserting in lieu thereof in each instance `September 30, 1993'.
  (e) EXTENSION OF SPECIAL PAY FOR ENLISTED MEMBERS OF THE SELECTED RESERVE
  ASSIGNED TO HIGH PRIORITY UNITS- Section 308d(c) of title 37, United States
  Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (f) EDUCATION LOANS FOR CERTAIN HEALTH PROFESSIONALS WHO SERVE IN THE
  SELECTED RESERVE- Section 2172(d) of title 10, United States Code, is
  amended by striking out `October 1, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `October 1, 1993'.
  (g) ACCESSION BONUS FOR REGISTERED NURSES- Section 302d(a) of title 37,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (h) NURSE CANDIDATE ACCESSION PROGRAM- Section 2130a(a)(1) of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (i) SPECIAL PAY FOR NURSE ANESTHETISTS- Section 302e(a) of title 37,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1993'.
  (j) COVERAGE OF PERIOD OF LAPSED AUTHORITY- (1) The amendment made by
  subsection (e) shall take effect as of September 30, 1992, and shall apply
  with respect to inactive duty for training performed after that date for
  which special pay is authorized under section 308d of title 37, United
  States Code.
  (2)(A) In the case of a person described in subparagraph (B) who executes an
  agreement described in subparagraph (C) during the 90-day period beginning
  on the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary concerned may
  treat such agreement for purposes of the bonus or special pay authorized
  under such agreement as having been executed and accepted on the first
  date on which the person would have qualified for such an agreement had
  the amendments made by this section taken effect on October 1, 1992.
  (B) A person referred to in subparagraph (A) is a person who, during
  the period beginning on October 1, 1992, and ending on the date of the
  enactment of this Act, would have qualified for an agreement described in
  subparagraph (C) with the Secretary concerned had the amendments made by
  this section taken effect on October 1, 1992.
  (C) An agreement referred to in this paragraph is an agreement with the
  Secretary concerned for the payment of a bonus or special pay under section
  301b, 302d, 302e, 308, 308a, 308b, 308c, 308e, 308h, or 308i of title 37,
  United States Code, or section 2130a of title 10, United States Code.
  (D) For purposes of this paragraph, the term `Secretary concerned' has the
  meaning given that term in section 101(5) of title 37, United States Code.
Subtitle C--Travel and Transportation Allowances
SEC. 621. TEMPORARY INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF DAYS A MEMBER MAY BE REIMBURSED
FOR TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSES.
  Section 404a of title 37, United States Code, is amended by adding at the
  end the following new subsection:
  `(d) In the case of a member who is ordered to make a change of permanent
  station described in subsection (a)(1) during fiscal years 1993 through 1997,
  the Secretary concerned may extend the period for which subsistence expenses
  incurred incident to that change are paid or reimbursed to not more than
  10 days if the new duty station is in a geographical area where there is a
  shortage of safe and affordable housing because of the arrival of members
  of the armed forces in the area as part of the withdrawal of members of the
  armed forces from duty stations outside the United States, the closure or
  realignment of military installations, or the restructuring or deactivation
  of military units. The existence of such a shortage of safe and affordable
  housing in an area shall be determined by the Secretary concerned.'.
SEC. 622. PROHIBITION ON THE ASSERTION OF LIENS ON PERSONAL PROPERTY BEING
TRANSPORTED AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE.
  (a) TITLE 37- Section 406 of title 37, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(n) No carrier, port agent, warehouseman, freight forwarder, or other
  person involved in the transportation of property may have any lien on,
  or hold, impound, or otherwise interfere with, the movement of baggage
  and household goods being transported under this section.'.
  (b) TITLE 10- Section 2634 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(f) No carrier, port agent, warehouseman, freight forwarder, or other
  person involved in the transportation of property may have any lien on,
  or hold, impound, or otherwise interfere with, the movement of a motor
  vehicle being transported under this section.'.
SEC. 623. SUBSISTENCE REIMBURSEMENT RELATING TO ESCORTS OF FOREIGN ARMS
CONTROL INSPECTION TEAMS.
  (a) TRAVEL ALLOWANCE- (1) Chapter 7 of title 37, United States Code,
  is amended by adding at the end the following new section:
-`Sec. 434. Subsistence reimbursement relating to escorts of foreign arms
control inspection teams
  `(a) REIMBURSEMENT OF REASONABLE SUBSISTENCE COSTS- Under uniform regulations
  prescribed by the Secretaries concerned, a member of the armed forces
  may be reimbursed for the reasonable cost of subsistence incurred by the
  member while performing duties as an escort of an arms control inspection
  team of a foreign country, or any member of such a team, while the team
  or the team member, as the case may be, is engaged in activities related
  to the implementation of an arms control treaty or agreement.
  `(b) PERIOD OF AUTHORITY- The authority under subsection (a) applies to the
  period during which the inspection team, pursuant to authority specifically
  provided in the applicable arms control treaty or agreement, is in the
  country where inspections and related activities are being conducted by
  the team pursuant to that treaty or agreement.
  `(c) EFFECT OF LOCATION OF MEMBER'S PERMANENT DUTY STATION- The authority
  under subsection (a) applies to a member of the armed forces whether the
  duties referred to in that subsection are performed at, near, or away from
  the member's permanent duty station.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 7 of such title is
  amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`434. Subsistence reimbursement relating to escorts of foreign arms control
inspection teams.'.
  (b) APPLICABILITY- Section 434 of title 37, United States Code, as added by
  subsection (a), shall apply with respect to escort duty described in that
  section which is performed on or after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 624. REFERENCES FOR TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION BENEFITS.
  Section 404(e) of title 37, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `Military Airlift Command' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `Air Mobility Command'; and
  (2) by striking out `or the Naval Aircraft Ferrying Squadrons,' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `the Naval Aircraft Ferrying Squadrons, or any other unit
  determined by the Secretary concerned to be performing duties similar to
  the duties performed by such command or squadrons,'.
SEC. 625. EVACUATION ALLOWANCES IN CONNECTION WITH HURRICANE ANDREW.
  (a) COVERAGE OF EXPENSES INCURRED BEFORE REGULATORY CHANGE- The changes made
  in the Joint Federal Travel Regulations on August 28 and August 29, 1992,
  to authorize the payment of allowances to members of the Armed Forces,
  federal civilian employees, and dependents of such members and employees
  who were ordered to depart from the vicinity of Homestead Air Force Base
  in the State of Florida as a consequence of Hurricane Andrew shall apply
  with respect to expenses in connection with such departure incurred on or
  after August 23, 1992 (the date of the ordered departure), to the extent the
  expenses would be covered by the regulations if the changes were effective
  on August 23, 1992.
  (b) COVERAGE OF DEPENDENTS WHO DO NOT RESIDE WITH MEMBER- (1) Section
  405a(a) of title 37, United States Code, is amended--
  (A) by redesignating paragraphs (2) and (3) as paragraphs (3) and (4),
  respectively; and
  (B) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following new paragraph:
  `(2) a dependent who resides at or in the vicinity of a former duty station
  of the member following the assignment of the member elsewhere or who resides
  at or in the vicinity of a duty station (other than the duty station of
  the member) incident to orders in connection with an unaccompanied tour of
  duty of the member, if a departure of dependents is ordered by competent
  authority from the duty station at which or in the vicinity of which the
  dependent resides and the dependent actually moves to an authorized safe
  haven designated by that authority;'.
  (2) The amendments made by paragraph (1) shall take effect as of August 23,
  1992, and shall apply with respect to any evacuation ordered by competent
  military authority on or after that date.
Subtitle D--Retired Pay and Survivor Benefits
SEC. 641. REQUIREMENT FOR SUBMISSION OF ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES ON CONCURRENT
PAYMENT OF RETIRED OR RETAINER PAY AND VETERANS' DISABILITY COMPENSATION.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR SUBMISSION OF ALTERNATIVES- The Secretary of Defense
  shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of
  Representatives a report on alternative approaches to permit the concurrent
  payment to members and former members of the Armed Forces of unreduced
  retired or retainer pay and unreduced compensation for service-connected
  disabilities payable under laws administered by the Secretary of Veterans
  Affairs. The report shall include alternative formulas to integrate those
  two benefits.
  (b) DEADLINE FOR REPORT- The report shall be submitted not later than
  April 1, 1993.
  (c) RECOMMENDATIONS FOR LEGISLATION- The Secretary may include with the
  report such recommendations for legislation as the Secretary considers to
  be appropriate.
SEC. 642. INCREASE IN RECOMPUTED RETIRED PAY FOR CERTAIN ENLISTED MEMBERS
CREDITED WITH EXTRAORDINARY HEROISM.
  (a) MEMBERS INITIALLY ENTERING SERVICE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 8, 1980- Section
  1402 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the
  following new subsection:
  `(f)(1) In the case of a member who is entitled to recompute retired pay
  under this section upon release from active duty served after retiring
  under section 3914 or 8914 of this title, the member's retired pay as
  recomputed under another provision of this section shall be increased by
  10 percent of the amount so recomputed if the member has been credited
  by the Secretary concerned with extraordinary heroism in the line of duty
  during any period of active duty service in the armed forces.
  `(2) The amount of the retired pay as recomputed under another provision
  of this section and as increased under paragraph (1) may not exceed the
  amount equal to 75 percent of the monthly rate of basic pay upon which
  the recomputation of such retired pay is based.
  `(3) The determination of the Secretary concerned as to extraordinary
  heroism is conclusive for all purposes.'.
  (b) MEMBERS INITIALLY ENTERING SERVICE AFTER SEPTEMBER 7, 1980- Section 1402a
  of such title is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(f) ADDITIONAL 10 PERCENT FOR CERTAIN ENLISTED MEMBERS CREDITED WITH
  EXTRAORDINARY HEROISM- (1) In the case of a member who is entitled to
  recompute retired pay under this section upon release from active duty
  served after retiring under section 3914 or 8914 of this title, the member's
  retired pay as recomputed under another provision of this section shall
  be increased by 10 percent of the amount so recomputed if the member has
  been credited by the Secretary concerned with extraordinary heroism in the
  line of duty during any period of active duty service in the armed forces.
  `(2) The amount of the retired pay as recomputed under another provision of
  this section and as increased under paragraph (1) may not exceed the amount
  equal to 75 percent of the retired pay base upon which the recomputation
  of such retired pay is based.
  `(3) The determination of the Secretary concerned as to extraordinary
  heroism is conclusive for all purposes.'.
  (c) PROSPECTIVE APPLICABILITY- No benefits shall accrue for months beginning
  before the date of the enactment of this Act by reason of the amendments
  made by this section.
SEC. 643. MODIFICATION TO SURVIVOR BENEFIT PLAN OPEN ENROLLMENT PERIOD.
  Section 1405(g) of the Military Survivor Benefits Improvement Act of 1989
  (10 U.S.C. 1448 note) is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(1)' before `If a person'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following:
  `(2) Paragraph (1) does not apply in the case of the death of a person
  making an election under subsection (a) if the beneficiary of that person
  under the election is the person's spouse and that spouse was entitled,
  before November 1, 1990, to receive dependency and indemnity compensation
  benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs based on a previous
  marriage to another member or former member of the uniformed services.'.
Subtitle E--Other Matters
SEC. 651. PROVISION OF TEMPORARY FOSTER CARE SERVICES OUTSIDE THE UNITED
STATES FOR CHILDREN OF MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES.
  (a) OVERSEAS FOSTER CARE- Chapter 53 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended by inserting after section 1045 the following new section:
`Sec. 1046. Overseas temporary foster care program
  `(a) PROGRAM AUTHORIZED- The Secretary concerned may establish a program
  to provide temporary foster care services outside the United States for
  children accompanying members of the armed forces on duty at stations
  outside the United States. The foster care services provided under such
  a program shall be similar to those services provided by State and local
  governments in the United States.
  `(b) EXPENSES- Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary concerned,
  the expenses related to providing foster care services under subsection
  (a) may be paid from appropriated funds available to the Secretary.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections for such chapter is amended
  by inserting after the item relating to section 1045, the following new item:
`1046. Overseas temporary foster care program.'.
SEC. 652. REIMBURSEMENT FOR ADOPTIONS COMPLETED DURING INTERIM BETWEEN TEST
AND PERMANENT PROGRAM.
  (a) REIMBURSEMENT OF ADOPTION EXPENSES- Section 1052 of title 10, United
  States Code, and section 514 of title 14, United States Code, shall apply
  with respect to the reimbursement of adoption expenses incurred for an
  adoption proceeding completed during the period beginning on October 1,
  1990, and ending on December 4, 1991, to the extent the adoption expenses
  would be covered by one of these sections if the adoption proceeding had
  been completed after December 4, 1991.
  (b) TIME PERIOD FOR APPLICATION- Subsection (a) shall apply to a person
  covered by such subsection only if the person applies to the Secretary
  of Defense or the Secretary of Transportation for the reimbursement of
  adoption expenses under section 1052 of title 10, United States Code,
  or section 514 of title 14, United States Code, whichever applies, within
  one year after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 653. PROTECTIONS FOR DEPENDENT VICTIMS OF ABUSE BY MEMBERS OF THE
ARMED FORCES.
  (a) PAYMENTS UNDER COURT ORDERS- Section 1408 of title 10, United States
  Code, is amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsection (h) as subsection (i); and
  (2) by inserting after subsection (g) the following new subsection (h):
  `(h) BENEFITS FOR DEPENDENTS WHO ARE VICTIMS OF ABUSE BY MEMBERS LOSING
  RIGHT TO RETIRED PAY- (1) If, in the case of a member or former member of
  the armed forces referred to in paragraph (2)(A), a court order provides
  (in the manner applicable to a division of property) for the payment of
  an amount from the disposable retired pay of that member or former member
  (as certified under paragraph (4)) to an eligible spouse or former spouse
  of that member or former member, the Secretary concerned, beginning upon
  effective service of such court order, shall pay that amount in accordance
  with this subsection to such spouse or former spouse.
  `(2) A spouse or former spouse of a member or former member of the armed
  forces is eligible to receive payment under this subsection if--
  `(A) the member or former member, while a member of the armed forces and
  after becoming eligible to be retired from the armed forces on the basis
  of years of service, has eligibility to receive retired pay terminated as a
  result of misconduct while a member involving abuse of a spouse or dependent
  child (as defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense); and
  `(B) the spouse or former spouse--
  `(i) was the victim of the abuse and was married to the member or former
  member at the time of that abuse; or
  `(ii) is a natural or adopted parent of a dependent child of the member
  or former member who was the victim of the abuse.
  `(3) The amount certified by the Secretary concerned under paragraph (4)
  with respect to a member or former member of the armed forces referred to
  in paragraph (2)(A) shall be deemed to be the disposable retired pay of
  that member or former member for the purposes of this subsection.
  `(4) Upon the request of a court or an eligible spouse or former spouse
  of a member or former member of the armed forces referred to in paragraph
  (2)(A) in connection with a civil action for the issuance of a court order
  in the case of that member or former member, the Secretary concerned shall
  determine and certify the amount of the monthly retired pay that the member
  or former member would have been entitled to receive as of the date of
  the certification--
  `(A) if the member or former member's eligibility for retired pay had not
  been terminated as described in paragraph (2)(A); and
  `(B) if, in the case of a member or former member not in receipt of retired
  pay immediately before that termination of eligibility for retired pay,
  the member or former member had retired on the effective date of that
  termination eligibility.
  `(5) A court order under this subsection may provide that whenever retired
  pay is increased under section 1401a of this title (or any other provision
  of law), the amount payable under the court order to the spouse or former
  spouse of a member or former member described in paragraph (2)(A) shall be
  increased at the same time by the percent by which the retired pay of the
  member or former member would have been increased if the member or former
  member were receiving retired pay.
  `(6) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a member or former member
  of the armed forces referred to in paragraph (2)(A) shall have no ownership
  interest in, or claim against, any amount payable under this section to
  a spouse or former spouse of the member or former member.
  `(7)(A) If a former spouse receiving payments under this subsection with
  respect to a member or former member referred to in paragraph (2)(A)
  marries again after such payments begin, the eligibility of the former
  spouse to receive further payments under this subsection shall terminate
  on the date of such marriage.
  `(B) A person's eligibility to receive payments under this subsection that is
  terminated under subparagraph (A) by reason of remarriage shall be resumed in
  the event of the termination of that marriage by the death of that person's
  spouse or by annulment or divorce. The resumption of payments shall begin as
  of the first day of the month in which that marriage is so terminated. The
  monthly amount of the payments shall be the amount that would have been paid
  if the continuity of the payments had not been interrupted by the marriage.
  `(8) Payments in accordance with this subsection shall be made out of
  funds in the Department of Defense Military Retirement Fund established
  by section 1461 of this title.
  `(9)(A) A spouse or former spouse of a member or former member of the
  armed forces referred to in paragraph (2)(A), while receiving payments in
  accordance with this subsection, shall be entitled to receive medical and
  dental care, to use commissary and exchange stores, and to receive any
  other benefit that a spouse or a former spouse of a retired member of
  the armed forces is entitled to receive on the basis of being a spouse
  or former spouse, as the case may be, of a retired member of the armed
  forces in the same manner as if the member or former member referred to
  in paragraph (2)(A) was entitled to retired pay.
  `(B) A dependent child of a member or former member referred to in paragraph
  (2)(A) who was a member of the household of the member or former member at
  the time of the misconduct described in paragraph (2)(A) shall be entitled
  to receive medical and dental care, to use commissary and exchange stores,
  and to have other benefits provided to dependents of retired members of
  the armed forces in the same manner as if the member or former member
  referred to in paragraph (2)(A) was entitled to retired pay.
  `(C) If a spouse or former spouse or a dependent child eligible or entitled
  to receive a particular benefit under this paragraph is eligible or entitled
  to receive that benefit under another provision of law, the eligibility
  or entitlement of that spouse or former spouse or dependent child to such
  benefit shall be determined under such other provision of law instead of
  this paragraph.
  `(10) In this subsection, the term `dependent child', with respect to
  a member or former member of the armed forces referred to in paragraph
  (2)(A), means an unmarried legitimate child, including an adopted child
  or a stepchild of the member or former member, who--
  `(A) is under  18 years of  age;
  `(B) is incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical incapacity
  that existed before becoming 18 years of age and is dependent on the member
  or former member for over one-half of the child's  support; or
  `(C) if enrolled in a full-time course of study in an institution of higher
  education recognized by the Secretary of Defense for the purposes of this
  subparagraph, is under 23 years of age and is dependent on the member or
  former member for over one-half of the child's support.'.
  (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- Chapter 74 of such title is amended--
  (1) in section 1461(b)--
  (A) by striking out `and' at the end of paragraph (1);
  (B) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (2) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `; and'; and
  (C) by adding at the end the following:
  `(3) the authority provided in section 1408(h) of this title.'; and
  (2) in section 1463--
  (A) by striking out `and' at the end of paragraph (3);
  (B) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (4) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `; and'; and
  (C) by adding at the end the following:
  `(5) amounts payable under section 1408(h) of this title.'.
  (c) PROSPECTIVE APPLICABILITY- No payments under subsection (h) of section
  1408 of title 10, United States Code (as added by subsection (a)), shall
  accrue for periods before the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (d) REPORT ON OTHER ACTIONS- (1) Not later than December 15, 1993, the
  Secretary of Defense shall transmit to the Congress a report on the actions
  taken and planned to be taken in the Department of Defense to reduce or
  eliminate disincentives for a dependent of a member of the Armed Forces
  abused by the member to report the abuse to appropriate authorities.
  (2) The actions considered by the Secretary should include the provision
  of treatment, child care services, health care services, job training, job
  placement services, and transitional financial assistance for dependents
  of members of the Armed Forces referred to in paragraph (1).
  (e) STUDY REQUIRED- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a study in
  order to estimate--
  (A) the number of persons who will become eligible to receive payments
  under subsection (h) of section 1408 of title 10, United States Code (as
  added by subsection (a)), during each of fiscal years 1993 through 2000; and
  (B) for each of fiscal years 1993 through 2000, the number of members of
  the Armed Forces who, after having completed at least one, and less than
  20, years of service in that fiscal year, will be approved in that fiscal
  year for separation from the Armed Forces as a result of having abused a
  spouse or dependent child.
  (2) The study shall include a thorough analysis of--
  (A) the effects, if any, of appeals and requests for clemency in the case
  of court-martial convictions on the entitlement to payments in accordance
  with subsection (h) of section 1408 of title 10, United States Code (as
  added by subsection (a));
  (B) the socio-economic effects on the dependents of members of the Armed
  Forces described in subsection (h)(2) of such section that result from
  terminations of the eligibility of such members to receive retired or
  retainer pay; and
  (C) the effects of separations of such members from the Armed Forces on
  the mission readiness of the units of assignment of such members when
  separated and on the Armed Forces in general.
  (3) Not later than one year after the date of the enactment of this Act,
  the Secretary shall submit to Congress a report on the results of the study.
TITLE VII--HEALTH CARE PROVISIONS
SEC. 700. REFERENCE TO HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN TITLE XLIV.
  For provisions of this Act regarding health care services as a consequence
  of the defense drawdown, see section 4408 relating to improved conversion
  health policies as part of transitional medical care and section 4409
  relating to continued health coverage for members and dependents.
Subtitle A--Health Care Services
SEC. 701. REVISIONS TO DEPENDENTS' DENTAL PROGRAM UNDER CHAMPUS.
  (a) REPEAL OF AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH SUPPLEMENTAL PLANS- Section 1076a of
  title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a)(1)--
  (A) by striking out `and supplemental' in the first sentence; and
  (B) by striking out the last sentence;
  (2) in subsection (b), by striking out paragraph (3); and
  (3) in subsection (d)--
  (A) by striking out paragraph (2);
  (B) by striking out `(1)' before `A basic'; and
  (C) by redesignating subparagraphs (A) and (B) as paragraphs (1) and
  (2), respectively.
  (b) PREMIUM INCREASE AND SUBSIDY FOR JUNIOR ENLISTED PERSONNEL- Subsection
  (b) of such section, as amended by subsection (a)(2), is further amended--
  (1) in paragraph (2), by striking out `$10' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$20'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(3) The Secretary of Defense may reduce the monthly premium required to
  be paid under paragraph (2) in the case of enlisted members in pay grade
  E-1, E-2, E-3, or E-4 if the Secretary determines that such a reduction
  is appropriate to assist such members to participate in a dental benefits
  plan established under subsection (a). The reduction in the amount of the
  premium may not exceed $10 per month.'.
  (c) IMPROVEMENT IN BENEFITS- Subsection (d) of such section, as amended
  by subsection (a)(3), is further amended--
  (1) by striking out `only' in the matter above paragraph (1); and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(3) Orthodontic services, crowns, gold fillings, bridges, complete or
  partial dentures, and such other services as the Secretary of Defense
  considers to be appropriate.'.
  (d) COPAYMENT FOR ADDITIONAL BENEFITS- Subsection (e) of such section is
  amended to read as follows:
  `(e) COPAYMENTS- A member whose spouse or child receives care under a
  basic dental benefits plan shall--
  `(1) pay no charge for care described in subsection (d)(1);
  `(2) pay 20 percent of the charges for care described in subsection
  (d)(2); and
  `(3) pay a percentage of the charges for care described in subsection
  (d)(3) that is determined appropriate by the Secretary of Defense, after
  consultation with the other administering Secretaries.'.
  (e) REPEAL OF ANNUAL LIMIT ON EXPENDITURES UNDER PROGRAM- Such section is
  further amended by striking out subsection (h).
  (f) PROGRAM OF IMPROVED DEPENDENTS' DENTAL BENEFITS- (1) The Secretary
  of Defense, after consulting with the other administering Secretaries,
  shall devise and implement a program for the improvement of the provision
  of dental benefits to dependents of members of the Armed Forces under
  section 1076a of title 10, United States Code.
  (2) For purposes of this subsection, the term `administering Secretaries'
  has the meaning given such term in section 1072(3) of title 10, United
  States Code.
  (3) Of the funds appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations
  in section 301, $50,000,000 shall be available to the Secretary of Defense
  for carrying out paragraph (1).
  (g) EFFECTIVE DATE AND APPLICATION OF AMENDMENTS- The amendments made by
  this section shall take effect on the date of the enactment of this Act,
  except that--
  (1) the $10 per month premium in effect under subsection (b)(2) of section
  1076a of title 10, United States Code, on the day before the date of
  the enactment of this Act shall continue to apply until April 1, 1993,
  to members enrolled in a basic dental benefits plan under such section; and
  (2) the Secretary of Defense may not include the benefits authorized under
  subsection (d)(3) of such section, as added by subsection (c), in a basic
  dental benefits plan under such section until April 1, 1993.
SEC. 702. PROGRAMS RELATING TO THE SALE OF PHARMACEUTICALS.
  (a) DEMONSTRATION PROJECT FOR PHARMACEUTICALS BY MAIL- Not later than
  18 months after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of
  Defense, in consultation with the administering Secretaries, shall--
  (1) establish a demonstration project that permits eligible persons
  described in subsection (c) to obtain prescription pharmaceuticals by mail
  in connection with medical care furnished to such persons under chapter
  55 of title 10, United States Code; and
  (2) conduct the demonstration project in two or more regions selected by
  the Secretary, each of which consists of two or more States.
  (b) RETAIL PHARMACY NETWORK- To the maximum extent practicable, the
  Secretary of Defense shall include in each managed health care program
  initiated, awarded, or renewed by the Secretary after January 1, 1993,
  a program to supply prescription pharmaceuticals to eligible persons
  described in subsection (c) through a managed care network of community
  retail pharmacies in the area covered by the managed health care program.
  (c) ELIGIBLE PERSONS- A person eligible to obtain pharmaceuticals under
  the demonstration project established under subsection (a) or the retail
  pharmacy network included in a managed health care program under subsection
  (b) is any person living in the area covered by the demonstration project
  or managed health care program--
  (1) who is eligible for medical care under a contract for medical care
  entered into by the Secretary of Defense under section 1079 or 1086 of
  title 10, United States Code; or
  (2) who--
  (A) would be eligible for medical care under a contract for medical care
  entered into under section 1086 of such title except for operation of
  subsection (d)(1) of such section; and
  (B) resides in an area that is adversely affected (as determined by the
  Secretary) by the closure of a health care facility of the uniformed services
  as a result of the closure or realignment of the military installation at
  which such facility is located.
  (d) PHARMACEUTICALS OFFERED; PURCHASE FEES- The Secretary of Defense,
  in consultation with the administering Secretaries, shall--
  (A) determine the pharmaceuticals that may be obtained by eligible persons
  under the demonstration project established under subsection (a) or the
  retail pharmacy network included in a managed health care program under
  subsection (b); and
  (B) establish an appropriate fee, charge, or copayment to be paid by such
  persons for pharmaceuticals obtained under the demonstration project or
  managed health care program.
  (e) REPORT REGARDING DEMONSTRATION PROJECT- Not later than two years
  after the establishment of the demonstration project under subsection (a),
  the Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report--
  (1) describing the results of the demonstration project required by
  subsection (a);
  (2) containing such recommendations for revision of the demonstration
  project as the Secretary considers to be necessary; and
  (3) containing a plan (including a schedule) for implementing the
  demonstration project throughout the United States.
  (f) DEFINITIONS- In this section, the terms `uniformed services' and
  `administering Secretaries' have the meanings given those terms in section
  1072 of title 10, United States Code.
SEC. 703. MAXIMUM ANNUAL AMOUNT FOR DEDUCTIBLES AND COPAYMENTS.
  (a) REDUCED MAXIMUM ANNUAL AMOUNT- Section 1086(b)(4) of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by striking out `$10,000' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `$7,500'.
  (b) APPLICABILITY AFTER FISCAL YEAR 1992- The amendment made by subsection
  (a) shall apply with respect to fiscal years beginning after September
  30, 1992.
SEC. 704. COMPREHENSIVE INDIVIDUAL CASE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM UNDER CHAMPUS.
  Section 1079(a) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `and' at the end of paragraph (15)(D);
  (2) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (16) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `; and'; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(17) the Secretary of Defense may establish a program for the individual
  case management of a person covered by this section or section 1086 of this
  title who has extraordinary medical or psychological disorders and, under
  such a program, may waive benefit limitations contained in paragraphs
  (5) and (13) of this subsection or section 1077(b)(1) of this title
  and authorize the payment for comprehensive home health care services,
  supplies, and equipment if the Secretary determines that such a waiver is
  cost-effective and appropriate.'.
SEC. 705. CONTINUATION OF CHAMPUS COVERAGE FOR CERTAIN MEDICARE PARTICIPANTS.
  (a) INCLUSION OF END STAGE RENAL DISEASE PATIENTS- Section 1086(d)(2)(A) of
  title 10, United States Code, is amended by inserting before the semicolon
  the following: `or section 226A(a) of such Act (42 U.S.C. 426-1(a))'.
  (b) COVERAGE OF CARE PROVIDED SINCE SEPTEMBER 30, 1991- Subsection (d) of
  section 1086 of title 10, United States Code, as added by section 704(a)
  of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993
  (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1401) and amended by subsection (a) of this
  section, shall apply with respect to health care benefits or services
  received after September 30, 1991, by a person described in subsection
  (d)(2) of such section 1086 if such benefits or services would have been
  covered under a plan contracted for under such section 1086.
  (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- (1) Section 704 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1401) is amended by striking out subsection (c).
  (2) Section 8097 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1992
  (Public Law 102-172; 105 Stat. 1197) is repealed.
SEC. 706. HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN OF MEMBERS AND FORMER MEMBERS WHEN SUCH
CHILDREN SUFFER MENTAL OR PHYSICAL INCAPACITY WHILE IN COLLEGE.
  Section 1072(2) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking
  out subparagraph (D) and inserting in lieu thereof the following new
  subparagraph:
  `(D) an unmarried legitimate child, including an adopted child or stepchild,
  who--
  `(i) has not attained the age of 21;
  `(ii) has not attained the age of 23, is enrolled in a full-time course of
  study at an institution of higher learning approved by the administering
  Secretary and is, or was at the time of the member's or former member's
  death, in fact dependent on the member or former member for over one-half
  of the child's support; or
  `(iii) is incapable of self-support because of a mental or physical
  incapacity that occurs while a dependent of a member or former member
  under clause (i) or (ii) and is, or was at the time of the member's or
  former member's death, in fact dependent on the member or former member
  for over one-half of the child's support;'.
Subtitle B--Health Care Management
SEC. 711. NATIONAL CLAIMS PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR CHAMPUS.
  (a) CLAIMS PROCESSING SYSTEM REQUIRED- (1) The Secretary of Defense, in
  consultation with the other administering Secretaries, shall provide by
  contract for the operation of a claims processing system to be known as the
  `National Claims Processing System for CHAMPUS'. The Secretary may procure
  the system in installments, including the use of incremental modules. The
  system, including completion and integration of all modules, shall be in
  full operation not later than seven years after the date of the enactment
  of this Act.
  (2) The Secretary shall use competitive procedures for entering into any
  contract or contracts under paragraph (1).
  (b) SYSTEM FUNCTIONS- The claims processing system shall include at least
  the following functions:
  (1) The maintenance in electronic or written form, or both, of appropriate
  information on health care services provided to covered beneficiaries by
  or through third parties under CHAMPUS or any alternative CHAMPUS program
  or demonstration project. Such information shall include--
  (A) the services to which such beneficiaries are entitled or eligible
  under an insurance plan, medical service plan, or health plan under CHAMPUS;
  (B) the insurers, medical services, or health plans that provide such
  services; and
  (C) the services available to beneficiaries under each insurance plan,
  medical service plan, or health plan, and the payment required of the
  beneficiaries and the insurer, medical service, or health plan for such
  services under the plan.
  (2) The ability to receive in electronic or written form claims submitted
  by insurers, medical services, and health plans for services provided to
  covered beneficiaries.
  (3) The ability to process, adjudicate, and pay (by electronic or other
  means) such claims.
  (4) The provision of the information described in paragraphs (1) and (2)
  and information on the matters referred to in paragraph (3) by telephone,
  electronic, or other means to covered beneficiaries, insurers, medical
  services, and health plans.
  (c) CONSISTENCY WITH MEDICARE CLAIMS REQUIREMENTS- The Secretary of Defense
  shall ensure, to the maximum extent practicable, that claims submitted
  to the claims processing system conform to the requirements applicable
  to claims submitted to the Secretary of Health and Human Services with
  respect to medical care provided under part A of title XVIII of the Social
  Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1395c et seq.).
  (d) IDENTIFICATION CARD- The Secretary of Defense shall take appropriate
  actions to determine whether the use by covered beneficiaries of a standard
  identification card containing electronically readable information will
  enhance the capability of the claims processing center to carry out the
  activities set forth in subsection (b).
  (e) TRANSITION TO SYSTEM- After January 1, 1996, any modification or
  acquisition related to claims processing systems operations in the Office
  of the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services shall
  contain provisions to transfer such operations to the claims processing
  system required by subsection (a). After January 1, 1999, any renewal or
  acquisition for fiscal intermediary services (including coordinated care
  implementations in military hospitals and clinics) shall contain provisions
  to transfer claims processing systems operations related to such fiscal
  intermediary services to the claims processing system required by subsection
  (a).
  (f) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The term `administering Secretaries' has the meaning given that term
  in paragraph (3) of section 1072 of title 10, United States Code.
  (2) The term `CHAMPUS' means the Civilian Health and Medical Program of
  the Uniformed Services, as defined in paragraph (4) of such section.
  (3) The term `covered beneficiary' has the meaning given that term in
  paragraph (5) of such section.
SEC. 712. CONDITION ON EXPANSION OF CHAMPUS REFORM INITIATIVE TO OTHER
LOCATIONS.
  (a) CONDITION- Except as provided in subsection (b), the Secretary of
  Defense may not expand the CHAMPUS reform initiative underway in the
  States of California and Hawaii to another location until not less than
  90 days after the date on which the Secretary certifies to Congress that
  expansion of the initiative to that location is the most efficient method
  of providing health care to covered beneficiaries in that location. In
  determining whether the expansion of the CHAMPUS reform initiative to
  a location is the most efficient method of providing health care to
  covered beneficiaries in that location, the Secretary shall consider the
  cost-effectiveness of the initiative and the effect of the expansion of
  the initiative on the access of covered beneficiaries to health care and
  on the quality of health care received by covered beneficiaries.
  (b) EXCEPTION- The Secretary of Defense may waive the operation of the
  condition on the expansion of the CHAMPUS reform initiative specified in
  subsection (a) in order to expand the initiative to a location adversely
  affected by the closure or realignment of a military installation in that
  location, as determined by the Secretary.
  (c) REPORT ON CERTIFICATION- Not later than 30 days after a certification
  by the Secretary of Defense under subsection (a), the Comptroller General
  and the Director of the Congressional Budget Office shall jointly submit
  to Congress a report evaluating the certification.
  (d) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The terms `CHAMPUS reform initiative' and `initiative' mean the
  health care delivery project required by section 702 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661; 10
  U.S.C. 1073 note).
  (2) The term `covered beneficiary' has the meaning given that term in
  section 1072(5) of title 10, United States Code.
SEC. 713. ALTERNATIVE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY METHODOLOGIES.
  (a) CONTINUATION OF HEALTH CARE REFORM INITIATIVES- (1) During fiscal years
  1993 through 1996, the Secretary of Defense shall continue to conduct a
  broad array of reform initiatives for furnishing health care to persons
  who are eligible to receive health care under chapter 55 of title 10,
  United States Code.
  (2) The health care reform initiatives conducted in accordance with
  paragraph (1) shall include CHAMPUS alternatives, the CHAMPUS reform
  initiative, catchment area management, coordinated care, and such other
  reform initiatives as the Secretary of Defense considers to be appropriate.
  (3) Not later than September 30, 1994, the Secretary shall submit to
  Congress a report regarding the health care reform initiatives conducted
  during fiscal years 1993 and 1994. The report shall include a discussion
  of the cost effectiveness of the initiatives and the extent to which the
  persons who received health care under such initiatives are satisfied with
  that health care.
  (b) CONTINUATION OF CHAMPUS REFORM INITIATIVE IN HAWAII AND CALIFORNIA-
  (1) The Secretary of Defense shall ensure that a replacement or successor
  contract for the CHAMPUS reform initiative contract applicable to the States
  of California and Hawaii is awarded in sufficient time for the contractor
  to begin to provide health care in those States under the replacement or
  successor contract not later than August 1, 1993.
  (2) The Secretary shall use competitive procedures for awarding a replacement
  or successor contract under paragraph (1).
  (c) EVALUATION OF CHAMPUS REFORM INITIATIVE- (1) Not later than June
  1, 1994, the Secretary of Defense shall enter into a contract with a
  non-Federal entity under which the entity will perform an evaluation of the
  performance of the CHAMPUS reform initiative in the States of California and
  Hawaii. The evaluation shall cover each of the fiscal years during which
  the initiative is carried out in those States under the replacement or
  successor contract referred to in subsection (b) and under the predecessor
  contracts. The evaluation shall include a comparison of the cost savings
  and claims experience resulting in each such fiscal year from carrying
  out the CHAMPUS reform initiative in those States.
  (2) Not later than one year after the date on which the contract for
  evaluation is entered into under paragraph (1), the non-Federal entity
  making the evaluation shall submit to the Secretary and to Congress a
  report on the results of the evaluation.
  (d) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The term `CHAMPUS' means the Civilian Health and Medical Program of
  the Uniformed Services, as defined in paragraph (4) of section 1072 of
  title 10, United States Code.
  (2) The term `covered beneficiary' has the meaning given that term in
  paragraph (5) of such section.
  (3) The term `CHAMPUS reform initiative' means the health care delivery
  project required by section 702 of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661; 10 U.S.C. 1073 note).
  (4) The term `catchment area management' means the methodology provided
  for demonstration in accordance with section 731 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989 (Public Law 100-180;
  10 U.S.C. 1092 note).
SEC. 714. MANAGED HEALTH CARE NETWORK FOR TIDEWATER REGION OF VIRGINIA.
  (a) REAFFIRMATION OF COMMITMENT- The delivery of health care services by
  the Department of Defense to members of the Armed Forces serving on active
  duty in the Tidewater region of Virginia and to covered beneficiaries under
  chapter 55 of title 10, United States Code, residing in that region shall
  be made in the manner specified in section 712(b) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105
  Stat. 1402). That section shall not be construed as being limited, modified,
  or superseded by any provision of law contained in an appropriation Act,
  whether enacted before, on, or after the date of the enactment of this Act,
  unless that provision of law--
  (1) specifically refers to that section and this section; and
  (2) states that the provision of law limits, modifies, or supersedes
  that section.
  (b) CONTENT OF NETWORK- Section 712(b) of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1402)
  is amended by adding at the end the following new paragraphs:
  `(3) The Secretary of Defense shall modify the Policy Guidelines on the
  Department of Defense Coordinated Care Program to provide for the operation
  of the program required by this subsection in a manner consistent with
  the military health care demonstration project underway in Charleston,
  South Carolina, including the following features--
  `(A) a reduction of copayment and deductibles for covered beneficiaries
  who enroll in the program;
  `(B) an opportunity for covered beneficiaries who do not enroll in the
  program to use the network of preferred providers established under the
  program and a reduction of copayment or deductibles for such covered
  beneficiaries; and
  `(C) continued access for all covered beneficiaries to health care in
  military treatment facilities regardless of enrollment status, subject to
  the availability of space and facilities, the capabilities of the medical
  or dental staff, and reasonable preferences for covered beneficiaries who
  enroll in the program.
  `(4) For purposes of this subsection, the term `Policy Guidelines on the
  Department of Defense Coordinated Care Program' means the Policy Guidelines
  on the Department of Defense Coordinated Care Program that were issued by
  the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs on January 8, 1992.'.
SEC. 715. POSITIVE INCENTIVES UNDER THE COORDINATED CARE PROGRAM.
  (a) INCLUSION OF POSITIVE INCENTIVES FOR ENROLLMENT- The Secretary of
  Defense shall modify the Policy Guidelines on the Department of Defense
  Coordinated Care Program to provide covered beneficiaries with additional
  positive incentives to enroll in the Coordinated Care Program of the
  Department of Defense.
  (b) TYPES OF POSITIVE INCENTIVES- The positive incentives provided under
  subsection (a) may include--
  (1) a reduction of the copayment and deductibles prescribed under sections
  1079 and 1086 of title 10, United States Code, for covered beneficiaries
  who enroll in the Coordinated Care Program;
  (2) alternative cost-sharing requirements for certain types of care; and
  (3) an expansion of the benefits provided under the Coordinated Care
  Program beyond the benefits authorized under CHAMPUS.
  (c) EFFECT ON CERTAIN EXISTING PROGRAMS- The modification required under
  subsection (a) shall permit health care demonstration projects in existence
  on the date of the enactment of this Act (including the CHAMPUS reform
  initiative, the catchment area management projects, the CHAMPUS select fiscal
  intermediary program in the Southeast Region, and the managed health care
  program established in the Tidewater region of Virginia) and future managed
  health care initiatives undertaken by the Department of Defense to offer
  covered beneficiaries who do not enroll in the Coordinated Care Program
  the opportunity to use a preferred provider network of health care providers.
  (d) DETERMINATION OF INCENTIVES- In determining what level and types of
  positive incentives are likely to induce covered beneficiaries to enroll
  in the Coordinated Care Program, the Secretary of Defense shall take into
  consideration the extent to which covered beneficiaries not enrolled in
  the program are permitted to choose health care providers without prior
  referral or approval.
  (e) PROHIBITION ON EXCLUSIONS- Subject to the availability of space and
  facilities and the capabilities of the medical or dental staff, the Secretary
  of Defense may not deny access to military treatment facilities to covered
  beneficiaries who do not enroll in the Coordinated Care Program. However,
  the Secretary may establish reasonable admission preferences for covered
  beneficiaries enrolled in the program as an incentive to encourage
  enrollment.
  (f) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The term `CHAMPUS' means the Civilian Health and Medical Program of
  the Uniformed Services, as defined in paragraph (4) of section 1072 of
  title 10, United States Code.
  (2) The term `covered beneficiary' has the meaning given that term in
  paragraph (5) of such section.
  (3) The term `Policy Guidelines on the Department of Defense Coordinated
  Care Program' means the Policy Guidelines on the Department of Defense
  Coordinated Care Program that were issued by the Assistant Secretary of
  Defense for Health Affairs on January 8, 1992.
SEC. 716. EXCEPTION FROM FEDERAL ACQUISITION REGULATION FOR MANAGED-CARE
DELIVERY AND REIMBURSEMENT MODEL.
  Section 718(c) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1587) is amended by adding at the end
  the following new sentence: `A participation agreement negotiated between
  a Uniformed Services Treatment Facility and the Secretary of Defense under
  this subsection shall not be subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulation
  issued pursuant to section 25(c) of the Office of Federal Procurement
  Policy Act (41 U.S.C. 421(c)).'.
Subtitle C--Other Matters
SEC. 721. CORRECTION OF OMISSION IN DELAY OF INCREASE OF CHAMPUS DEDUCTIBLES
RELATED TO OPERATION DESERT STORM.
  (a) LOWER CHAMPUS ANNUAL DEDUCTIBLE- In the case of health care provided
  under section 1079 or 1086 of title 10, United States Code, during the
  period beginning on April 1, 1991, and ending on September 30, 1991, to a
  CHAMPUS beneficiary described in subsection (b), the annual deductibles
  specified in such sections applicable to that care may not exceed the
  annual deductibles in effect under such sections on November 4, 1990.
  (b) ELIGIBLE CHAMPUS BENEFICIARIES- A CHAMPUS beneficiary referred to in
  subsection (a) is a covered beneficiary of the Civilian Health and Medical
  Program of the Uniformed Services who, during any portion of the period
  specified in that subsection--
  (1) was a member or former member of a uniformed service entitled to retired
  or retainer pay and served on active duty in the Persian Gulf theater of
  operations in connection with Operation Desert Storm; or
  (2) was a dependent of a member of a uniformed service who served on active
  duty in the Persian Gulf theater of operations in connection with Operation
  Desert Storm.
  (c) CREDIT OR REIMBURSEMENT OF EXCESS- Subject to the availability of
  appropriated funds to the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary shall provide--
  (1) for the reimbursement of the amount of any deductible paid under
  section 1079 or 1086 of title 10, United States Code, during the period
  specified in subsection (a) in excess of the amount required to be paid
  by operation of that subsection; or
  (2) for a credit against the annual deductible required under such sections
  for a fiscal year equal to the amount of the excess deductible paid.
  (d) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section, the term `Operation Desert
  Storm' has the meaning given that term in section 3(1) of the Persian Gulf
  Conflict Supplemental Authorization and Personnel Benefits Act of 1991
  (Public Law 102-25; 10 U.S.C. 101 note).
SEC. 722. MILITARY HEALTH CARE FOR PERSONS RELIANT ON HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
AT BASES BEING CLOSED OR REALIGNED.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT- The Secretary of Defense shall establish a joint services
  working group on the provision of military health care to persons who rely
  for health care on health care facilities at military installations being
  closed or realigned.
  (b) MEMBERSHIP- The members of the working group shall include the Assistant
  Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, the Surgeon General of the Army,
  the Surgeon General of the Navy, the Surgeon General of the Air Force,
  or a designee of each such person, and one independent member appointed
  by the Secretary of Defense from among private citizens whose interest
  in matters within the responsibility of the working group qualify that
  person to represent all personnel entitled to health care under chapter
  55 of title 10, United States Code.
  (c) DUTIES- (1) In the case of each closure or realignment of a military
  installation that will adversely affect the accessibility of health care in
  a facility of the uniformed services for persons entitled to such health
  care under chapter 55 of title 10, United States Code, the working group
  shall solicit the views of such persons regarding suitable substitutes
  for the furnishing of health care to those persons under that chapter.
  (2) In carrying out paragraph (1), the working group--
  (A) shall conduct meetings with persons referred to in that paragraph,
  or representatives of such persons;
  (B) may use reliable sampling techniques;
  (C) shall visit the areas where closures or realignments of military
  installations will adversely affect the accessibility of health care in
  a facility of the uniformed services for persons referred to in paragraph
  (1) and shall conduct public meetings; and
  (D) shall ensure that members of the uniformed services on active duty,
  members and former members of the uniformed services entitled to retired
  or retainer pay, and dependents and survivors of such members and retired
  personnel are afforded the opportunity to express views.
  (d) RECOMMENDATIONS- With respect to each closure and realignment of a
  military installation referred to in subsection (c), the working group shall
  submit to the Congress and the Secretary of Defense the working group's
  recommendations regarding the alternative means for continuing to provide
  accessible health care under chapter 55 of title 10, United States Code,
  to persons referred to in that subsection.
  (e) APPLICATION OF ADVISORY COMMITTEE ACT- The provisions of the Federal
  Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the joint services
  working group established pursuant to this section.
SEC. 723. EXPANSION OF COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE MILITARY MEDICAL CARE SYSTEM.
  Section 733 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 10 U.S.C. 1071 note) is amended--
  (1) in subsection (b), by inserting after paragraph (2) the following
  new paragraph:
  `(3) A comprehensive review of the Federal employees health benefits
  program under chapter 89 of title 5, United States Code, in order to
  determine whether furnishing health care under a similar program to persons
  entitled to health care under chapter 55 of title 10, United States Code,
  would result in the efficient and cost-effective provision of health care
  to such persons.'; and
  (2) in subsection (e)--
  (A) by redesignating paragraphs (3), (4), and (5) as paragraphs (4),
  (5), and (6); and
  (B) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following new paragraph:
  `(3) The results of the review under subsection (b)(3) and the Secretary's
  recommendations on the basis of those results.'.
SEC. 724. ANNUAL BENEFICIARY SURVEY.
  (a) SURVEY REQUIRED- The administering Secretaries shall conduct annually
  a formal survey of persons receiving health care under chapter 55 of title
  10, United States Code, in order to determine the following:
  (1) The availability of health care services to such persons through the
  health care system provided for under that chapter, the types of services
  received, and the facilities in which the services were provided.
  (2) The familiarity of such persons with the services available under that
  system and with the facilities in which such services are provided.
  (3) The health of such persons.
  (4) The level of satisfaction of such persons with that system and the
  quality of the health care provided through that system.
  (5) Such other matters as the administering Secretaries determine
  appropriate.
  (b) DEFINITION- For purposes of this section, the term `administering
  Secretaries' has the meaning given such term in section 1072(3) of title
  10, United States Code.
SEC. 725. STUDY ON RISK-SHARING CONTRACTS FOR HEALTH CARE.
  (a) STUDY- Not later than 18 months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary
  of Health and Human Services, shall carry out a study of the feasibility
  and advisability of entering into risk-sharing contracts with eligible
  organizations described in section 1876(b) of the Social Security Act
  (42 U.S.C. 1395mm(b)) to furnish health care services to persons entitled
  to health care in a facility of a uniformed service under section 1074(b)
  or 1076(b) of title 10, United States Code.
  (b) PLAN- If the Secretary of Defense determines as a result of the study
  required by subsection (a) that entry into risk-sharing contracts is feasible
  and advisable, the Secretary shall develop a plan for the entry into such
  contracts in accordance with the Secretary's determinations under the study.
  (c) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report
  describing the results of the study and containing any plan developed
  under subsection (b) to enter into risk-sharing contracts.
SEC. 726. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING HEALTH CARE POLICY FOR THE UNIFORMED
SERVICES.
  It is the sense of Congress that--
  (1) members and former members of the uniformed services, and their
  dependents and survivors, should have access to health care under the
  health care delivery system of the uniformed services regardless of the
  age or health care status of the person seeking the health care;
  (2) such health care delivery system should include a comprehensive managed
  care plan;
  (3) the comprehensive managed care plan should involve medical personnel
  of the uniformed services (including reserve component personnel), civilian
  health care professionals of the executive agency of such uniformed services,
  medical treatment facilities of the uniformed services, contract health
  care personnel, and the medicare system;
  (4) the Secretary of Defense, the Secretary of Health and Human Services,
  and the Secretary of Transportation should continue to provide active duty
  personnel of the uniformed services with free care in medical treatment
  facilities of the uniformed services and to provide the other personnel
  referred to in paragraph (1) with health care at reasonable cost to the
  recipients of the care; and
  (5) the Secretaries referred to in paragraph (4) should examine additional
  health care options for the personnel referred to in paragraph (1)
  including, in the case of persons eligible for medicare under title XVIII
  of the Social Security Act, options providing for--
  (A) the reimbursement of the Department of Defense by the Secretary of
  Health and Human Services for health care services provided such personnel
  at medical treatment facilities of the Department of Defense; and
  (B) the sharing of the payment of the costs of contract health care by the
  Department of Defense and the Department of Health and Human Services,
  with one such department being the primary payer of such costs and the
  other such department being the secondary payer of such costs.
TITLE VIII--ACQUISITION POLICY, ACQUISITION MANAGEMENT, AND RELATED MATTERS
Subtitle A--Acquisition Assistance Programs
SEC. 801. CODIFICATION AND AMENDMENT OF SECTION 1207.
  (a) CODIFICATION- (1) Chapter 137 of title 10, United States Code, is
  amended by inserting after section 2322 a new section 2323 consisting of--
  (A) a heading as follows:
`Sec. 2323. Contract goal for small disadvantaged businesses and certain
institutions of higher education';
and
  (B) a text consisting of the text of section 1207 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661), revised--
  (i) by replacing `each of fiscal years 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992,
  and 1993' in subsection (a)(1) with `each of fiscal years 1987 through 2000';
  (ii) by replacing `each of fiscal years 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991,
  1992, and 1993.' in subsection (h) with `each of fiscal years 1987 through
  2000.'; and
  (iii) by replacing `of title 10, United States Code,' in subsection (e)(2)
  with `of this title'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  inserting after the item relating to section 2322 the following new item:
`2323. Contract goal for small disadvantaged businesses and certain
institutions of higher education.'.
  (b) GOALS- Subsection (a) of section 2323 of title 10, United States Code,
  as added by subsection (a), is amended by adding at the end the following
  new paragraph:
  `(3) The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe regulations that provide
  procedures or guidelines for contracting officers to set goals which
  Department of Defense prime contractors that are required to submit
  subcontracting plans under section 8(d)(4)(B) of the Small Business Act
  (15 U.S.C. 637(d)(4)(B)) in furtherance of the Department's program to
  meet the 5 percent goal specified in paragraph (1) should meet in awarding
  subcontracts, including subcontracts to minority-owned media, to entities
  described in that paragraph.'.
  (c) ACTIONS TO ATTAIN GOAL- Subsection (e) of section 2323 of title 10,
  United States Code, as added by subsection (a), is amended--
  (1) in the matter preceding paragraph (1), by striking out `subsection
  (a)--' and inserting in lieu thereof `subsection (a):';
  (2) by striking out paragraph (1), and inserting in lieu thereof the
  following:
  `(1)(A) The Secretary of Defense shall--
  `(i) ensure that substantial progress is made in increasing awards of
  Department of Defense contracts to entities described in subsection (a)(1);
  `(ii) exercise his utmost authority, resourcefulness, and diligence; and
  `(iii) actively monitor and assess the progress of the military departments,
  Defense Agencies, and prime contractors of the Department of Defense in
  attaining such goal.
  `(B) In making the assessment under subparagraph (A)(iii), the Secretary
  shall evaluate the extent to which use of the authority provided in
  paragraphs (2) and (3) and compliance with the requirement in paragraph
  (4) is effective for facilitating the attainment of the goal.';
  (3) by adding at the end of paragraph (2) the following: `The Secretary
  shall prescribe regulations that provide guidance to contracting officers
  for making advance payments to entities described in subsection (a)(1)
  under such section.';
  (4) in paragraph (3), by inserting `and partial set asides for entities
  described in subsection (a)(1)' after `(including awards under section 8(a)
  of the Small Business Act'; and
  (5) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(5) The Secretary shall prescribe regulations which provide for the
  following:
  `(A) Procedures or guidance for contracting officers to provide incentives
  for prime contractors referred to in subsection (a)(3) to increase
  subcontractor awards to entities described in subsection (a)(1).
  `(B) A requirement that contracting officers emphasize the award of
  contracts to entities described in subsection (a)(1) in all industry
  categories, including those categories in which such entities have not
  traditionally dominated.
  `(C) Guidance to Department of Defense personnel on the relationship among
  the following programs:
  `(i) The program implementing this section.
  `(ii) The program established under section 8(a) of the Small Business Act
  (15 U.S.C. 637(a)).
  `(iii) The small business set-aside program established under section 15(a)
  of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 644(a)).
  `(D) With respect to a Department of Defense procurement which is reasonably
  likely to be set aside for entities described in subsection (a)(1), a
  requirement that (to the maximum extent practicable) the procurement be
  designated as such a set-aside before the solicitation for the procurement
  is issued.
  `(E) Policies and procedures which, to the maximum extent practicable,
  will ensure that current levels in the number or dollar value of contracts
  awarded under the program established under section 8(a) of the Small
  Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(a)) and under the small business set-aside
  program established under section 15(a) of the Small Business Act (15
  U.S.C. 644(a)) are maintained and that every effort is made to provide
  new opportunities for contract awards to eligible entities, in order to
  meet the goal of subsection (a).
  `(F) Implementation of this section in a manner which will not alter
  the procurement process under the program established under section 8(a)
  of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(a)).
  `(G) A requirement that one factor used in evaluating the performance of
  a contracting officer be the ability of the officer to increase contract
  awards to entities described in subsection (a)(1).
  `(H) Increased technical assistance to entities described in subsection
  (a)(1).'.
  (d) REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO STATUS- Subsection (f) of section 2323 of
  title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection (a), is amended--
  (1) by striking out `PENALTIES FOR MISREPRESENTATION- Whoever' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `PENALTIES AND REGULATIONS RELATING TO STATUS-
  (1) Whoever'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(2) The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe regulations which provide
  for the following:
  `(A) A requirement that a business which represents itself as an entity
  described in subsection (a)(1) and is seeking a Department of Defense
  contract maintain its status as an entity at the time of contract award.
  `(B) A prohibition on the award of a contract under this section to an
  entity described in subsection (a)(1) unless the entity agrees to comply
  with the requirements of section 15(o)(1) of the Small Business Act (15
  U.S.C. 644(o)(1)).'.
  (e) DETERMINATION BY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE- Section 2323 of title 10,
  United States Code, as added by subsection (a), is further amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsections (g) and (h) as subsections (h) and (i),
  respectively; and
  (2) by adding after subsection (f) the following new subsection (g):
  `(g) DETERMINATION BY SECRETARY OF DEFENSE- Under procedures prescribed by
  the Secretary of Defense, a person may request the Secretary to determine
  whether the use of small disadvantaged business set asides by a contracting
  activity of the Department of Defense has caused a particular industry
  category to bear a disproportionate share of the contracts awarded to attain
  the goal established for that contracting activity for the purposes of this
  section. Upon making a determination that a particular industry category
  is bearing a disproportionate share, the Secretary shall take appropriate
  actions to limit the contracting activity's use of set asides in awarding
  contracts in that particular industry category.'.
  (f) REPEAL OF REPORT ON PROGRESS IN MEETING CONTRACTING GOALS- Effective
  on October 1, 1993, subsection (h) (as redesignated by subsection (e))
  of section 2323 of title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection
  (a), is amended--
  (1) by striking out `REPORTS' in the subsection heading and inserting in
  lieu thereof `REPORT';
  (2) by striking out `final' in paragraph (2);
  (3) by striking out `July 15' in paragraph (1) and all that follows through
  `Not later than' in paragraph (2);
  (4) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2) and in that paragraph
  striking out `reports described in paragraphs (1) and (2) shall each'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `report required under paragraph (1) shall';
  (5) by redesignating paragraph (4) as paragraph (3) and in that paragraph
  striking out `reports required under paragraph (2)' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `report required under paragraph (1)'; and
  (6) by striking out paragraph (5).
  (g) CODIFICATION OF RELATED PROVISION- (1) Chapter 137 of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended by inserting after section 2323 (as added
  by subsection (a)) a new section consisting of--
  (A) a heading as follows:
`Sec. 2323a. Credit for Indian contracting in meeting certain subcontracting
goals for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher
education';
and
  (B) a text consisting of the text of section 832 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189;
  10 U.S.C. 2301 note), revised in subsection (a) by replacing `section
  1207 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10
  U.S.C. 2301 note)' with `section 2323 of this title'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter, as amended by
  subsection (a), is further amended by inserting after the item relating
  to section 2323 the following:
`2323a. Credit for Indian contracting in meeting certain subcontracting
goals for small disadvantaged businesses and certain institutions of higher
education.'.
  (h) CONFORMING REPEALS AND REDESIGNATIONS- (1) Section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661; 100
  Stat. 3973) is repealed.
  (2) Section 2304(b)(2) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  striking out `section 1207 of the National Defense Authorization Act for
  Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note)' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `section 2323 of this title'.
  (3) Section 812(a) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1424) is amended by
  striking out `section 1207(c)(3) of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note).' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `section 2323(c)(3) of title 10, United States Code.'.
  (4) Section 831 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1991 (Public Law 101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2301 note) is amended--
  (A) in subsection (m)(4), by striking out `section 1207(a)(2) of the
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301
  note).' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United
  States Code.'; and
  (B) in subsection (m)(6), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note)' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States Code,'.
  (5) Section 832 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189; 10 U.S.C. 2301 note) is repealed.
  (6) Section 843  of the National Defense Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989
  (44 U.S.C. 502 note), is amended--
  (A) in subsection (b), by striking out `section 1207(a) of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661: 100
  Stat. 3973).' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323(a) of title 10,
  United States Code.';
  (B) in subsection (c), by striking out `section 1207(f) of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661: 100
  Stat. 3974).' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323(f) of title 10,
  United States Code.'; and
  (C) in subsection (d)--
  (i) by striking out `SECTION 1207 GOALS- ' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE GOALS- '; and
  (ii) by striking out `section 1207 of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (Public Law 99-661: 100 Stat. 3973),' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States Code,'.
  (7) Section 806 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1988 and 1989 (Public Law 100-180; 10 U.S.C. 2301 note) is repealed.
  (8) Section 15 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 644) is amended--
  (A) in subsection (k)(9), by striking out `section 1207 of Public Law
  99-661.' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United
  States Code.';
  (B) in subsection (m)(1), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note)'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States
  Code,'; and
  (C) in subsection (m)(2)(C), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note).'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States
  Code.'.
  (9) The Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program Act of 1988
  (15 U.S.C. 644 note) is amended--
  (A) in section 713(a), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987)' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States Code)';
  (B) in section 721(a)(2)(B), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note);'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States
  Code;'; and
  (C) in section 722(c)(1), by striking out `section 1207 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987.' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `section 2323 of title 10, United States Code.'.
SEC. 802. PROVISIONS RELATING TO SMALL DISADVANTAGED BUSINESSES AND SMALL
BUSINESSES.
  Section 2323 of title 10, United States Code, as added and amended by
  section 801, is further amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsections (h) and (i) as subsections (i) and (j),
  respectively; and
  (2) by inserting after subsection (g) the following new subsection:
  `(h) COMPLIANCE WITH SUBCONTRACTING PLAN REQUIREMENTS- (1) The Secretary
  of Defense shall prescribe regulations to ensure that potential contractors
  submitting sealed bids or competitive proposals to the Department of Defense
  for procurement contracts to be awarded under the program provided for by
  this section are complying with applicable subcontracting plan requirements
  of section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d)).
  `(2) The regulations required by paragraph (1) shall ensure that, with
  respect to a sealed bid or competitive proposal for which the bidder or
  offeror is required to negotiate or submit a subcontracting plan under
  section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d)), the subcontracting
  plan shall be a factor in evaluating the bid or proposal.'.
SEC. 803. HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES.
  Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993 pursuant
  to title II of this Act, $15,000,000 shall be available for such fiscal
  year for infrastructure assistance to historically Black colleges and
  universities and minority institutions under section 2323(c)(3) of title
  10, United States Code.
SEC. 804. CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS.
  (a) REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE NOTICE IN SOLICITATION- In the case of a contract
  to be entered into pursuant to the provisions of chapter 137 of title 10,
  United States Code, other than pursuant to simplified procedures referred to
  in section 2304(g) of such title, the solicitation for the contract shall
  contain a notice of the right of any small business concern bidding on the
  contract, in the case of a determination by the contracting officer that the
  concern is nonresponsible, to request the Small Business Administration to
  make a determination of the concern's responsibility under section 8(b)(7)
  of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(b)(7)).
  (b) REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE NOTICE OF DETERMINATION OF NONRESPONSIBILITY-
  If the contracting officer determines that the small business concern
  bidding on the contract is nonresponsible, the contracting officer shall
  notify the small business concern in writing that the contracting officer
  has determined the concern to be nonresponsible, that the concern has the
  right to request the Small Business Administration to make a determination
  of the concern's responsibility, and that, if the small business concern
  desires to request such a determination by the Administration, the small
  business concern shall inform the contracting officer in writing, within
  14 days after receipt of the notice from the contracting officer, of the
  concern's desire to request such a determination. After being so informed,
  the Government procurement officer shall transmit the request, together with
  pertinent documents, to the Administration. If the Government procurement
  officer is not so informed within such 14 days, the procurement officer
  may proceed with award of the contract.
  (c) EFFECTIVE DATE- Subsections (a) and (b) shall take effect on October
  1, 1992, and shall apply to solicitations for contracts issued after the
  expiration of the 120-day period beginning on the date of the enactment
  of this Act.
  (d) REPORT- Not later than October 1, 1994, the Secretary of Defense
  shall submit to Congress a report on the effectiveness and results of
  implementing the requirements of subsections (a) and (b), including such
  recommendations as the Secretary considers appropriate.
  (e) TERMINATION- Subsections (a) and (b) shall cease to be in effect on
  September 30, 1995.
SEC. 805. TEST PROGRAM FOR NEGOTIATION OF COMPREHENSIVE SMALL BUSINESS
SUBCONTRACTING PLANS.
  (a) EXTENSION OF PROGRAM- Subsection (e) of section 834 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189;
  15 U.S.C. 637 note) is amended by striking out `September 30, 1993' in
  the second sentence and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1994'.
  (b) FISCAL YEAR 1994 PARTICIPANTS- Such section is amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsection (g) as subsection (h); and
  (2) by inserting after subsection (f) the following new subsection (g):
  `(g) FISCAL YEAR 1994 PARTICIPANTS- Only those contracting activities
  and contractors who negotiated subcontracting plans under demonstration
  projects conducted under the test program before October 1, 1993, may
  participate in demonstration projects conducted under the test program in
  fiscal year 1994.'.
SEC. 806. EXTENSION OF TEST PROGRAM OF CONTRACTING FOR PRINTING-RELATED
SERVICES FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
  (a) EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY- Section 843(e) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989 (44 U.S.C. 502 note) is amended by
  striking out `October 1, 1993' and inserting in lieu thereof `October
  1, 2000'.
  (b) SECTION HEADING- The heading of section 843 of such Act is amended to
  read as follows:
`SEC. 843. CONTRACT GOAL FOR DISADVANTAGED SMALL BUSINESSES IN PRINTING-RELATED
SERVICES.'.
SEC. 807. PILOT MENTOR-PROTEGE PROGRAM.
  (a) REQUIREMENT- Within 15 days after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary of Defense shall publish in the Department of Defense
  Supplement to the Federal Acquisition Regulation the Department of Defense
  policy for the pilot Mentor-Protege Program and the regulations, directives,
  and administrative guidance pertaining to such program as such policy,
  regulations, directives, and administrative guidance existed on December 6,
  1991. Proposed modifications to that policy and any amendments of the matters
  published pursuant to the preceding sentence that are proposed in order
  to implement any of the amendments made by this section shall be published
  for public comment within 60 days after the date of the enactment of this
  Act and shall be published in final form within 120 days after such date.
  (b) RELATIONSHIP TO SMALL BUSINESS ACT- (1) Subsection (h) of section
  831 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (10
  U.S.C. 2301 note) is amended to read as follows:
  `(h) RELATIONSHIP TO SMALL BUSINESS ACT- (1) For purposes of the Small
  Business Act, no determination of affiliation or control (either direct
  or indirect) may be found between a protege firm and its mentor firm on
  the basis that the mentor firm has agreed to furnish (or  has furnished)
  to its protege firm pursuant to a mentor-protege agreement any form of
  developmental assistance described in subsection (f).
  `(2) Notwithstanding section 8 of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637),
  the Small Business Administration may not determine a disadvantaged small
  business concern to be ineligible to receive any assistance authorized
  under the Small Business Act on the basis that such business concern has
  participated in the Mentor-Protege Program or has received assistance
  pursuant to any developmental assistance agreement authorized under such
  program.
  `(3) The Small Business Administration may not require a firm that is
  entering into, or has entered into, an agreement under subsection (e)
  as a protege firm to submit the agreement, or any other document required
  by the Secretary of Defense in the administration of the Mentor-Protege
  Program, to the Small Business Administration for review, approval, or
  any other purpose.'.
  (2) The amendment made by this subsection shall take effect as of November
  5, 1990.
  (c) FUNDING- Of the amounts authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year
  1993 pursuant to title I of this Act, $55,000,000 shall be available
  for the pilot Mentor-Protege Program established pursuant to section
  831 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (10
  U.S.C. 2301 note).
SEC. 808. CODIFICATION OF RECURRING PROVISION RELATING TO SUBCONTRACTING
WITH CERTAIN NONPROFIT AGENCIES.
  (a) POLICY- Section 2301 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(d) It is also the policy of Congress that qualified nonprofit agencies
  for the blind or other severely handicapped (as defined in section 2410d(b)
  of this title) shall be afforded the maximum practicable opportunity to
  provide approved commodities and services (as defined in such section)
  as subcontractors and suppliers under contracts awarded by the Department
  of Defense.'.
  (b) CREDIT UNDER SMALL BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING PLAN- (1) Chapter 141 of
  title 10, United States Code, as amended by section 384, is further amended
  by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410d. Subcontracting plans: credit for certain purchases
  `(a) PURCHASES BENEFITING SEVERELY HANDICAPPED PERSONS- In the case of
  a business concern that has negotiated a small business subcontracting
  plan with a military department or a Defense Agency, purchases made by
  that business concern from qualified nonprofit agencies for the blind or
  other severely handicapped shall count toward meeting the subcontracting
  goal provided in that plan.
  `(b) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  `(1) The term `small business subcontracting plan' means a plan negotiated
  pursuant to section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d))
  that establishes a goal for the participation of small business concerns
  as subcontractors under a contract.
  `(2) The term `qualified nonprofit agency for the blind or other severely
  handicapped' means--
  `(A) a qualified nonprofit agency for the blind, as defined in section 5(3)
  of the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act (41 U.S.C. 48b(3)); and
  `(B) a qualified nonprofit agency for other severely handicapped, as
  defined in section 5(4) of such Act (41 U.S.C. 48b(4)).
  `(3) The terms `approved commodity' and `approved service' mean a commodity
  and a service, respectively, that has been determined by the Committee
  for Purchase from the Blind and Other Severely Handicapped under section
  2 of such Act (41 U.S.C. 47) to be suitable for procurement by the Federal
  Government.
  `(4) The term `Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act' means the Act entitled `An Act
  to create a Committee on Purchases of Blind-made Products, and for other
  purposes', approved June 25, 1938 (41 U.S.C. 46-48c), commonly referred to
  as the Wagner-O'Day Act, that was revised and reenacted in the Act of June
  23, 1971 (85 Stat. 77), commonly referred to as the Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act.
  `(c) TERMINATION- Subsection (a) shall cease to be effective at the end
  of September 30, 1994.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter, as amended by
  section 384, is further amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2410d. Subcontracting plans: credit for certain purchases.'.
  (c) EFFECTIVE DATE- Sections 2301(d) and 2410d of title 10, United States
  Code (as added by subsections (a) and (b), respectively), shall take effect
  on October 1, 1993.
Subtitle B--Acquisition Management Improvement
SEC. 811. EXPANSION AND EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY UNDER MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION
PILOT PROGRAM.
  (a) EXPANSION OF COVERAGE OF PROGRAM- (1) Section 809 of the Department of
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (P.L. 101-510; 104 Stat. 1593;
  10 U.S.C. 2430 note) is amended--
  (A) by striking out `major defense acquisition program' each place it
  appears and inserting in lieu thereof `defense acquisition program';
  (B) by striking out `major defense acquisition programs' each place it
  appears and inserting in lieu thereof `defense acquisition programs'; and
  (C) by striking out subsection (i).
  (2) The heading for such section is amended by striking out `major'.
  (b) EXTENSION- Subsection (h) of section 809 of the Department of Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (P.L. 101-510; 104 Stat. 1595;
  10 U.S.C. 2430 note) is amended by striking out `September 30, 1992'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1995'.
SEC. 812. ACQUISITION WORKFORCE IMPROVEMENT.
  (a) 5-YEAR REVIEW OF ASSIGNMENTS- Section 1734(e)(2) of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new sentence:
  `Reviews under this subsection shall be carried out after October 1, 1995,
  but may be carried out before that date.'
  (b) WAIVER OF ASSIGNMENT PERIODS FOR DEPUTY PROGRAM MANAGERS- (1) Section
  1734(a) of such title is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (1), by inserting `and paragraph (3)' after `Except as
  provided under subsection (b)'; and
  (B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(3) The assignment period requirement of the first sentence of paragraph
  (1) is waived for any individual serving as a deputy program manager  if the
  individual is assigned to a critical acquisition position upon completion
  of the individual's assignment as a deputy program manager.'.
  (2) Section 1734(b) of such title is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (1)(A), by inserting `(except as provided in paragraph
  (3))' after `deputy program manager'; and
  (B) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(3) The assignment period requirement under subparagraph (A) of paragraph
  (1) is waived for any individual serving as a deputy program manager  if the
  individual is assigned to a critical acquisition position upon completion
  of the individual's assignment as a deputy program manager.'.
  (c) FULFILLMENT STANDARDS FOR MANDATORY TRAINING- (1) The Secretary of
  Defense, acting through the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition,
  shall develop fulfillment standards, and implement a program, for purposes
  of the training requirements of sections 1723, 1724, and 1735 of title 10,
  United States Code. Such fulfillment standards shall consist of criteria
  for determining whether an individual has demonstrated competence in the
  areas that would be taught in the training courses required under those
  sections. If an individual meets the appropriate fulfillment standard,
  the applicable training requirement is fulfilled.
  (2) The fulfillment standards developed under paragraph (1) shall take effect
  as of November 5, 1990, and shall cease to be in effect on October 1, 1997.
  (3) The fulfillment standards required under paragraph (1) shall be
  developed not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (d) EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR DEPUTY PROGRAM MANAGERS- Section 1735(b)(3)
  of such title is amended--
  (1) in subparagraph (A)--
  (A) by striking out `or deputy program manager'; and
  (B) by striking out `and' at the end;
  (2) in subparagraph (B)--
  (A) by striking out `or deputy program manager'; and
  (B) by striking out the period at the end and inserting in lieu thereof
  a semicolon; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new subparagraphs:
  `(C) a deputy program manager of a major defense acquisition program, must
  have at least six years of experience in acquisition, at least two years of
  which were performed in a systems program office or similar organization; and
  `(D) a deputy program manager of a significant nonmajor defense acquisition
  program, must have at least four years of experience in acquisition.'.
  (e) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND EDUCATION- (1) Clause (ii) of section
  1732(b)(2)(B) of such title is amended by inserting before the period the
  following: `or equivalent training as prescribed by the Secretary to ensure
  proficiency in the disciplines listed in clause (i)'.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe equivalent training for purposes
  of clause (ii) of section 1732(b)(2)(B) of title 10, United States Code
  (as amended by paragraph (1)), not later than 120 days after the date of
  the enactment of this Act.
  (f) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM- Section 1744 of such title is amended--
  (1) in subsection (c)(2)--
  (A) by striking `Secretary), and (D)' and all that follows through the
  period and inserting `Secretary).'; and
  (B) by inserting `and' before `(C)';
  (2) by adding at the end of subsection (c) the following:
  `(3) The participant's agreement that, after successfully completing the
  course of education, the participant--
  `(A) shall accept, if offered within such time as shall be specified in
  the agreement, an appointment to a full-time acquisition position in the
  Department of Defense that is commensurate with the participant's academic
  degree and experience, and that is--
  `(i) in the excepted service, if the participant has not previously acquired
  competitive status, with the right, after successful completion of 2 years
  of service and such other requirements as the Office of Personnel Management
  may prescribe, to be appointed to a position in the competitive service,
  notwithstanding subchapter I of chapter 33 of title 5; or
  `(ii) in the competitive service, if the participant has previously acquired
  competitive status; and
  `(B) if appointed under subparagraph (A), shall serve for 1 calendar year
  for each school year or part thereof for which the participant was provided
  a scholarship under the scholarship program.'; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following:
  `(e) RULE OF CONSTRUCTION- Nothing in this section shall be considered
  to require that a position be offered to a person after such person
  successfully completes the course of education agreed to. However, if
  no position described in subsection (c)(3)(A) is offered within the time
  specified in the agreement, the agreement shall be considered terminated.
  `(f) DEFINITIONS- In this section, the terms `competitive service' and
  `excepted service' have the meanings provided those terms by sections 2102
  and 2103, respectively, of title 5.'.
  (g) REVISED DEADLINE FOR CONTROLLER GENERAL REPORT- Section 1208(a)
  of Public Law 101-510 (10 U.S.C. 1701 note; 104 Stat. 1665) is amended
  in the second sentence by striking out `Not later than two years after
  the date of the enactment of this Act,' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `Not later than February 1, 1993,'.
SEC. 813. CERTIFICATION OF CONTRACT CLAIMS.
  (a) REGULATIONS ON CERTIFICATION OF CONTRACT CLAIMS- (1) Chapter 141
  of title 10, United States Code, as amended by sections 384 and 808,
  is further amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410e. Contract claims: certification regulations
  `(a) REGULATIONS- The Secretary of Defense may propose, for inclusion in the
  Federal Acquisition Regulation, regulations relating to certification of
  contract claims, requests for equitable adjustment to contract terms, and
  requests for relief under Public Law 85-804 (50 U.S.C. 1431 et seq.) that
  exceed $100,000. Such regulations, at a minimum, shall--
  `(1) provide that a contract claim, request for equitable adjustment to
  contract terms, or request for relief under Public Law 85-804 (50 U.S.C. 1431
  et seq.) may not be paid unless the contractor provides, at the time the
  claim or request is submitted, the certification required by section 6(c)(1)
  of the Contract Disputes Act of 1978 (41 U.S.C. 605(c)(1)); and
  `(2) require that the person who certifies such a claim or request be an
  individual who is authorized to bind the contractor and who has knowledge of
  the basis of the claim or request, knowledge of the accuracy and completeness
  of the supporting data, and knowledge of the claim or request.
  `(b) PUBLICATION- The Secretary of Defense shall ensure that, upon
  promulgation of the regulations, the regulations are published in the
  Federal Register.
  `(c) REPORT- If at any time the Secretary of Defense proposes revisions
  to the regulations promulgated pursuant to this section, the Secretary
  shall ensure that the proposed revisions are published in the Federal
  Register and, at the time of publication of such revisions, shall submit to
  Congress a report describing the proposed revisions and explaining why the
  regulations should be revised. The Secretary of Defense may not promulgate
  regulations containing such proposed revisions until the expiration of the
  90-day period beginning on the date of receipt by Congress of such report.'
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter, as amended by
  sections 384 and 808, is further amended by adding at the end the following
  new item:
`2410e. Contract claims: certification regulations.'.
  (b) REPEAL- Section 2410 of title 10, United States Code, is repealed,
  effective upon the promulgation of regulations pursuant to section 2410e
  of title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection (a).
  (c) ADJUSTMENT OF SHIPBUILDING CONTRACTS- Section 2405 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(c)(1) If a certification referred to in subsection (b) with respect to a
  shipbuilding contract is determined to be deficient because of the position,
  status, or scope of authority of the person executing the certification, the
  contractor may resubmit the certification. The resubmitted certification
  shall be based on the knowledge of the contractor and the supporting
  data that existed when the original certification was submitted. The
  appropriateness of the person executing the resubmitted certification
  shall be determined on the basis of applicable law in effect at the time
  of the resubmission.
  `(2) If a certification is resubmitted pursuant to paragraph (1) by the
  date described in paragraph (3), the resubmitted certification shall be
  deemed to have been submitted for purposes of this section at the time
  the original certification was submitted.
  `(3) The date by which a certification may be resubmitted for purposes of
  paragraph (2) is the date which is the later of--
  `(A) 90 days after the promulgation of regulations under section 2410e(a)
  of this title; or
  `(B) 30 days after the date which is the earlier of the date on which--
  `(i) the contractor is notified in writing, by an individual designated
  to make such notification by the Secretary of Defense, of the deficiency
  in the previously submitted claim, request, or demand;
  `(ii) a board of contract appeals issues a decision determining the
  previously submitted claim, request, or demand to be deficient; or
  `(iii) a Federal court renders a judgment determining the previously
  submitted claim, request, or demand to be deficient.'
SEC. 814. DEADLINE FOR REPORT ON RIGHTS IN TECHNICAL DATA REGULATIONS.
  (a) REQUIREMENT TO SUBMIT REPORT WHEN CONGRESS IS IN SESSION- Section
  807(a)(3)(A) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1422) is amended by striking
  out `transmit' and inserting in lieu thereof the following: `transmit,
  on a day on which both Houses of Congress are in session,'.
  (b) COMPUTATION OF PERIOD OF RESTRICTION- Section 807(c) of such Act
  is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (1), by striking out `date described' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `expiration of the period described'; and
  (2) in paragraph (2)--
  (A) by striking out `The date referred to in paragraph (1) is the date 30
  days following' and inserting in lieu thereof the following: `The period
  referred to in paragraph (1) is the period of 30 days of continuous session
  of Congress beginning on'; and
  (B) by adding at the end the following new sentence: `For purposes of this
  paragraph, the continuity of a session of Congress is broken only by an
  adjournment of the Congress sine die, and the days on which either House
  is not in session because of an adjournment of more than 3 days to a day
  certain are excluded in the computation of the 30-day period.'.
SEC. 815. REQUIREMENT TO ESTABLISH SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT FOR INFORMATION
CONCERNING PERSONS CONVICTED OF DEFENSE-CONTRACT RELATED FELONIES.
  (a) REQUIREMENT- Section 2408 of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(c) SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT FOR INFORMATION- (1) The Attorney General
  shall ensure that a single point of contact is established to enable
  a defense contractor or subcontractor to promptly obtain information
  regarding whether a person that the contractor or subcontractor proposes
  to use for an activity covered by paragraph (1) of subsection (a) is under
  a prohibition under that subsection.
  `(2) The procedure for obtaining such information shall be specified in
  regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense under subsection (a).'.
  (b) DEADLINE- The single point of contact required by section 2408(c)
  of title 10, United States Code, as added by subsection (a), shall be
  established not later than 120 days after the date of the enactment of
  this Act.
SEC. 816. EXTENSION OF PROGRAM FOR USE OF MASTER AGREEMENTS FOR PROCUREMENT
OF ADVISORY AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES.
  Section 2304(j) of title 10, United States Code, is amended in paragraph
  (5) by striking out `at the end of' and all that follows and inserting in
  lieu thereof `on September 30, 1994.'.
SEC. 817. MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAM REPORTS.
  (a) SELECTED ACQUISITION REPORTS FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS- Section 127(a)
  of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1988 and 1989
  (101 Stat. 1044; 10 U.S.C. 2432 note) is amended by striking out `at
  the end of each fiscal year quarter' and inserting in lieu thereof `,
  in accordance with the provisions of subsection (b) of section 2432 of
  title 10, United States Code,'.
  (b) MINIMUM AMOUNT CRITERIA FOR MAJOR DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAMS-
  Section 2430 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by designating the existing test as subsection (a);
  (2) in paragraph (2) of that subsection, as so designated--
  (A) by striking out `$200,000,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$300,000,000';
  (B) by striking out `1980' both places it appears and inserting in lieu
  thereof `1990'; and
  (C) by striking out `$1,000,000,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$1,800,000,000'; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(b) The Secretary of Defense may adjust the amounts (and the base fiscal
  year) provided in subsection (a)(2) on the basis of Department of Defense
  escalation rates. An adjustment under this subsection shall be effective
  after the Secretary transmits a written notification of the adjustment to the
  Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives.'.
  (c) SELECTED ACQUISITION REPORTS- (1) Subsection (a) of section 2432 of
  title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking out paragraph (3)
  and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `(3) The term `major contract', with respect to a major defense
  acquisition program, means each of the six largest prime, associate,
  or Government-furnished equipment contracts under the program that is in
  excess of $40,000,000.'.
  (2) Subsection (b) of such section is amended by striking out paragraph
  (3) and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `(3)(A) The Secretary of Defense may waive the requirement for submission
  of Selected Acquisition Reports for a program for a fiscal year if--
  `(i) the program has not entered full scale development or engineering
  and manufacturing development;
  `(ii) a reasonable cost estimate has not been established for such
  program; and
  `(iii) the system configuration for such program is not well defined.
  `(B) The Secretary shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services of
  the Senate and House of Representatives a written notification of each
  waiver under subparagraph (A) for a program for a fiscal year not later
  than 60 days before the President submits the budget to Congress pursuant
  to section 1105 of title 31 in that fiscal year.'.
  (3) Subsection (c)(2) of such section is amended by striking out the last
  sentence and inserting in lieu thereof the following: `The Secretary of
  Defense may approve changes in the content of the Selected Acquisition Report
  if the Secretary provides such Committees with written notification of such
  changes at least 60 days before the date of the report that incorporates
  the changes.'.
  (4) Subsection (c)(3)(C) of such section is amended by striking out clauses
  (i) through (vii) and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `(i) Specification of the baseline production rate, defined as the rate or
  rates to be achieved at full rate production as assumed in the decision
  to proceed with production (commonly referred to as the `Milestone III'
  decision).
  `(ii) Specification, for each of the two budget years of production under
  the program, of the minimum sustaining production rate, defined as the
  production rate for each budget year that is necessary to keep production
  lines open while maintaining a base of responsive vendors and suppliers.
  `(iii) Specification, for each of the two budget years of production under
  the program, of the maximum production rate, defined as the production rate
  for each budget year that is attainable with the facilities and tooling
  programmed to be available for procurement under the program or otherwise
  to be provided with Government funds.
  `(iv) Specification, for each of the two budget years of production, of the
  current production rate, defined as the production rate for each budget
  year for which the report is submitted, based on the budget submitted to
  Congress pursuant to section 1105 of title 31.
  `(v) Estimation of any cost variance--
  `(I) between the budget year procurement unit costs at the production
  rate specified pursuant to clause (iv) and the budget year procurement
  unit costs at the minimum sustaining production rate specified pursuant
  to clause (ii); and
  `(II) between the total remaining procurement cost at the production rate
  specified pursuant to clause (iv) and the total remaining procurement cost
  at the minimum sustaining production rate specified pursuant to clause (ii).
  `(vi) Estimation of any cost variance--
  `(I) between the budget year procurement unit costs at the current production
  rate specified pursuant to clause (iv) and the budget year procurement unit
  costs at the maximum production rate specified pursuant to clause (iii); and
  `(II) between the total remaining procurement cost at the current production
  rate specified pursuant to clause (iv) and the total remaining procurement
  cost at the maximum production rate specified pursuant to clause (iii).
  `(vii) Estimation of quantity variance--
  `(I) between the budget year quantities assumed in the minimum sustaining
  production rate specified pursuant to clause (ii) and the current production
  rate specified pursuant to clause (iv); and
  `(II) between the budget year quantities assumed in the maximum production
  rate specified pursuant to clause (iii) and the current production rate
  specified pursuant to clause (iv).'.
  (d) UNIT COST REPORTS- (1) Subsection (a)(4)(C) of section 2433 of title
  10, United States Code, is amended by striking out `(e)(2)(B)(ii)' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `(e)(2)(B)'.
  (2) Subsection (b) of such section is amended by striking out `7 days
  (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal public holidays)' in the second
  sentence and inserting in lieu thereof `30 calendar days'.
  (3) Paragraphs (1)(A), (1)(B), (2)(A), and (2)(B) of subsection (c) of such
  section are amended by striking out `more than' each place it appears and
  inserting in lieu thereof `at least'.
  (4) Subsection (d) of such section is amended--
  (A) by striking out `more than' each place it appears in paragraphs (1)
  and (2) and inserting in lieu thereof `at least'; and
  (B) in paragraph (3) of such subsection--
  (i) by striking out `more than' each place it appears and inserting in
  lieu thereof `at least'; and
  (ii) by striking out `program within 30 days' and all that follows
  and inserting in lieu thereof `program. In the case of a determination
  based on a quarterly report submitted in accordance with subsection (b),
  the Secretary shall submit the notification to Congress within 45 days
  after the end of the quarter. In the case of a determination based on a
  report submitted in accordance with subsection (c), the Secretary shall
  submit the notification to Congress within 45 days after the date of that
  report. The Secretary shall include in the notification the date on which
  the determination was made.'.
  (5) Subsection (e) of such section is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (1), by striking out subparagraph (A) and inserting in
  lieu thereof the following:
  `(A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), whenever the Secretary concerned
  determines under subsection (d) that the program acquisition unit cost or
  the current procurement unit cost of a major defense acquisition program
  has increased by at least 15 percent, a Selected Acquisition Report shall
  be submitted to Congress for the first fiscal-year quarter ending on or
  after the date of the determination or for the fiscal-year quarter which
  immediately precedes the first fiscal-year quarter ending on or after that
  date. The report shall include the information described in section 2432(e)
  of this title and shall be submitted in accordance with section 2432(f)
  of this title.';
  (B) in paragraph (2), by striking out `current program acquisition cost'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `program acquisition unit cost or current
  procurement unit cost'; and
  (C) in paragraph (3), by striking out `more than' each place it appears
  and inserting in lieu thereof `at least'.
SEC. 818. ALLOWABLE COSTS.
  (a) PENALTIES- Section 2324 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a)--
  (A) in paragraph (1), by striking out `(1)';
  (B) in paragraph (2)--
  (i) by striking out `(2)' and inserting in lieu thereof `(b)(1)';
  (ii) by striking out `by clear and convincing evidence';
  (iii) by inserting `expressly' before `unallowable';
  (iv) by striking out `under paragraph (1)' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `under a cost principle referred to in subsection (a) that defines the
  allowability of specific selected costs'; and
  (v) in subparagraph (A), by striking out `costs' and inserting in lieu
  thereof the following: `cost allocated to covered contracts for which a
  proposal for settlement of indirect costs has been submitted';
  (2) in subsection (b)--
  (A) by striking out `(b) If the Secretary' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `(2) If the Secretary';
  (B) by striking out `, in addition to the penalty assessed under subsection
  (a),'; and
  (C) by striking out `the amount of such cost' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `the amount of the disallowed cost allocated to covered contracts for
  which a proposal for settlement of indirect costs has been submitted';
  (3) by striking out subsection (d);
  (4) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection (d); and
  (5) by inserting before subsection (d) (as so redesignated) the following:
  `(c) The Secretary shall prescribe regulations providing for a penalty
  under subsection (b) to be waived in the case of a contractor's proposal
  for settlement of indirect costs when--
  `(1) the contractor withdraws the proposal before the formal initiation
  of an audit of the proposal by the Federal Government and resubmits a
  revised proposal;
  `(2) the amount of unallowable costs subject to the penalty is insignificant;
  or
  `(3) the contractor demonstrates, to the contracting officer's satisfaction,
  that--
  `(A)  it has established appropriate policies and personnel training
  and an internal control and review system that provide assurances that
  unallowable costs subject to penalties are precluded from being included
  in the contractor's proposal for settlement of indirect costs; and
  `(B) the unallowable costs subject to the penalty were inadvertently
  incorporated into the proposal.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendments made by subsection (a) shall take effect
  on the date of the enactment of this Act and shall apply, as provided
  in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense, with respect to
  proposals for settlement of indirect costs for which the Federal Government
  has not formally initiated an audit before that date.
SEC. 819. ADVISORY AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES FOR OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION.
  Paragraph (3) of section 2399(e) of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by inserting `(A)' after `(3)'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new subparagraph:
  `(B) The limitation in subparagraph (A) does not apply to a contractor
  that has participated in such development, production, or testing solely
  as a representative of the Federal Government.'.
SEC. 820. REGULATIONS RELATING TO SUBSTANTIAL CHANGES IN THE PARTICIPATION
OF A MILITARY DEPARTMENT IN A JOINT ACQUISITION PROGRAM.
  (a) REGULATIONS REQUIRED- Section 2308 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by designating the existing text as subsection (a); and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(b) REGULATIONS REQUIRED- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe
  regulations that prohibit each military department participating in a
  joint acquisition program approved by the Under Secretary of Defense for
  Acquisition from terminating or substantially reducing its participation
  in such program without the approval of the Under Secretary.
  `(2) The regulations shall include the following provisions:
  `(A) A requirement that, before any such termination or substantial reduction
  in participation is approved, the proposed termination or reduction be
  reviewed by the Joint Requirements Oversight Council of the Department
  of Defense.
  `(B) A provision that authorizes the Under Secretary of Defense for
  Acquisition to require a military department approved for termination or
  substantial reduction in participation in a joint acquisition program to
  continue to provide some or all of the funding necessary for the acquisition
  program to be continued in an efficient manner.'.
  (b) DEADLINE FOR REGULATIONS- The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe
  the regulations required by subsection (b) of section 2308 of title 10,
  United States Code (as added by subsection (a)), not later than 90 days
  after the date of the enactment of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Year 1993.
SEC. 821. COMPETITIVE PROTOTYPING REQUIREMENT FOR DEVELOPMENT OF MAJOR
DEFENSE ACQUISITION PROGRAMS.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR COMPETITIVE PROTOTYPING- (1) Chapter 144 of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended--
  (A) by redesignating section 2438 as section 2439; and
  (B) by adding after section 2437 the following new section:
`Sec. 2438. Major programs: competitive prototyping
  `(a) ACQUISITION STRATEGY- Except as provided in subsection (c), before
  development under a major defense acquisition program begins, the Secretary
  of Defense shall prepare an acquisition strategy for the program which
  provides for the competitive prototyping of the major weapon system under
  the program and any major subsystems of the system in accordance with
  subsection (b).
  `(b) COMPETITIVE PROTOTYPING REQUIREMENTS- An acquisition strategy meets
  the requirement of subsection (a) if it--
  `(1) requires that contracts be entered into with not less than two
  contractors, using the same combat performance requirements, for the
  competitive design and manufacture of a prototype system or subsystem for
  developmental test and evaluation;
  `(2) requires that all systems or subsystems developed under contracts
  described in paragraph (1) be tested in a comparative side-by-side test
  that is designed to--
  `(A) reproduce combat conditions to the extent practicable; and
  `(B) determine which system or subsystem is most effective under such
  conditions; and
  `(3) requires that each contractor that develops a prototype system or
  subsystem, before the testing described in paragraph (2) is begun, submit--
  `(A) cost estimates for full-scale engineering development and the basis
  for such estimates; and
  `(B) production estimates, whenever practicable.
  `(c) EXCEPTION- Subsection (a) shall not apply to the development of a
  major weapon system (or subsystem of such system) after--
  `(1) a written justification is submitted to the Under Secretary of Defense
  for Acquisition explaining why use of competitive prototyping is not
  practicable, including cost estimates (and the bases for such estimates)
  comparing the total program cost of an acquisition strategy that provides
  for competitive prototyping with the total program cost of an acquisition
  strategy that does not provide for such prototyping; and
  `(2) 30 days elapse after the submission of such justification to the
  Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition.
  `(d) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  `(1) The term `major defense acquisition program' means a Department of
  Defense acquisition program that is estimated by the Secretary of Defense
  to require an eventual total expenditure for research, development,
  test, and evaluation of more than $300,000,000 (based on fiscal year 1990
  constant dollars).
  `(2) The term  `major weapon system' means a major weapon system that is
  acquired under a program that is a major defense acquisition program.
  `(3) The term `subsystem of such system' means a collection of components
  (such as the propulsion system, avionics, or weapon controls) for which
  the prime contractors, major subcontractors, or government entities have
  responsibility for system integration.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended
  by striking out the item relating to section 2438 and inserting in lieu
  thereof the following new items:
`2438. Major programs: competitive prototyping.
`2439. Major programs: competitive alternative sources.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Section 2438 of title 10, United States Code, as added
  by subsection (a), shall apply with respect to major programs entering
  development after the expiration of the 90-day period beginning on the
  date of the enactment of this Act.
  (c) CONFORMING REPEAL- (1) Section 2365 of title 10, United States Code,
  is repealed.
  (2) The table of sections for chapter 139 of such title is amended by
  striking out the item relating to section 2365.
Subtitle C--Other Matters
SEC. 831. REPEAL OF PROCUREMENT LIMITATION ON TYPEWRITERS.
  (a) REPEAL- Subsection (c) of section 2534 of title 10, United States Code,
  as redesignated by section 4202(a), is hereby repealed.
  (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENT- Subsections (d), (e), and (f) of such section
  are redesignated as subsections (c), (d), and (e), respectively.
SEC. 832. PROCUREMENT LIMITATION ON BALL BEARINGS AND ROLLER BEARINGS.
  During fiscal years 1993, 1994, and 1995, the Secretary of Defense may
  not procure ball bearings or roller bearings other than in accordance with
  subpart 225.71 of part 225 of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation
  Supplement, as in effect on the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 833. RESTRICTION ON PURCHASE OF SONOBUOYS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Section 2534 of title 10, United States Code, as redesignated
  by section 4202(a) and as amended by section 831, is further amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(f) SONOBUOYS- (1) The Secretary of Defense may not procure a sonobuoy
  manufactured in a foreign country if United States firms that manufacture
  sonobuoys are not permitted to compete on an equal basis with foreign
  manufacturing firms for the sale of sonobuoys in that foreign country.
  `(2) The Secretary may waive the limitation in paragraph (1) with respect
  to a particular procurement of sonobuoys if the Secretary determines that
  such procurement is in the national security interests of the United States.
  `(3) In this subsection, the term `United States firm' has the meaning
  given such term in section 2532(d)(1) of this title.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Subsection (f) of section 2534 of title 10, United
  States Code, as added by subsection (a), shall apply with respect to
  solicitations for contracts issued after the expiration of the 120-day
  period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 834. DEBARMENT OF PERSONS CONVICTED OF FRAUDULENT USE OF `MADE IN
AMERICA' LABELS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- (1) Chapter 141 of title 10, United States Code, as amended
  by sections 384, 808, and 813, is further amended by adding at the end
  the following new section:
`Sec. 2410f. Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of `Made in
America' labels
  `(a) If the Secretary of Defense determines that a person has been convicted
  of intentionally affixing a label bearing a `Made in America' inscription
  to any product sold in or shipped to the United States that is not made
  in America, the Secretary shall determine, not later than 90 days after
  determining that the person has been so convicted, whether the person
  should be debarred from contracting with the Department of Defense. If the
  Secretary determines that the person should not be debarred, the Secretary
  shall submit to Congress a report on such determination not later than 30
  days after the determination is made.
  `(b) For purposes of this section, the term `debar' has the meaning given
  that term by section 2393(c) of this title.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter, as amended by
  sections 384, 808, and 813, is further amended by adding at the end the
  following new item:
`2410f. Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of `Made in America'
labels.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Section 2410f of title 10, United States Code, as
  added by subsection (a), shall take effect 90 days after the date of the
  enactment of this Act.
SEC. 835. PROHIBITION ON PURCHASE OF UNITED STATES DEFENSE CONTRACTORS BY
ENTITIES CONTROLLED BY FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- No entity controlled by a foreign government may merge
  with, acquire, or take over a company engaged in interstate commerce in
  the United States that--
  (1) is performing a Department of Defense contract, or a Department of
  Energy contract under a national security program, that cannot be performed
  satisfactorily unless that company is given access to information in a
  proscribed category of information; or
  (2) during the previous fiscal year, was awarded--
  (A) Department of Defense prime contracts in an aggregate amount in excess
  of $500,000,000; or
  (B) Department of Energy prime contracts under national security programs
  in an aggregate amount in excess of $500,000,000.
  (b) INAPPLICABILITY TO CERTAIN CASES- The limitation in subsection (a)
  shall not apply if a merger, acquisition, or takeover is not suspended or
  prohibited pursuant to section 721 of the Defense Production Act of 1950
  (50 U.S.C. App. 2170).
  (c) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `entity controlled by a foreign government' includes--
  (A) any domestic or foreign organization or corporation that is effectively
  owned or controlled by a foreign government; and
  (B) any individual acting on behalf of a foreign government,
as determined by the President.
  (2) The term `proscribed category of information' means a category of
  information that--
  (A) with respect to Department of Defense contracts--
  (i) includes special access information;
  (ii) is determined by the Secretary of Defense to include information the
  disclosure of which to an entity controlled by a foreign government is
  not in the national security interests of the United States; and
  (iii) is defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense
  for the purposes of this section; and
  (B) with respect to Department of Energy contracts--
  (i) is determined by the Secretary of Energy to include information
  described in subparagraph (A)(ii); and
  (ii) is defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Energy for
  the purposes of this section.
SEC. 836. PROHIBITION ON AWARD OF CERTAIN DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND DEPARTMENT
OF ENERGY CONTRACTS TO COMPANIES OWNED BY AN ENTITY CONTROLLED BY A FOREIGN
GOVERNMENT.
  (a) IN GENERAL- (1) Subchapter V of chapter 148 of title 10, United States
  Code, as added by section 4202(b), is further amended by adding at the
  end the following new section:
`Sec. 2536. Prohibition on award of certain Department of Defense and
Department of Energy contracts to companies owned by an entity controlled
by a foreign government.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- A Department of Defense contract or Department of Energy
  contract under a national security program may not be awarded to a company
  owned by an entity controlled by a foreign government if it is necessary
  for that company to be given access to information in a proscribed category
  of information in order to perform the contract.
  `(b) WAIVER AUTHORITY- The Secretary concerned may waive the application of
  subsection (a) to a contract award if the Secretary concerned determines
  that the waiver is essential to the national security interests of the
  United States.
  `(c) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  `(1) The term `entity controlled by a foreign government' includes--
  `(A) any domestic or foreign organization or corporation that is effectively
  owned or controlled by a foreign government; and
  `(B) any individual acting on behalf of a foreign government,
as determined by the Secretary concerned.
  `(2) The term `proscribed category of information' means a category of
  information that--
  `(A) with respect to Department of Defense contracts--
  `(i) includes special access information;
  `(ii) is determined by the Secretary of Defense to include information
  the disclosure of which to an entity controlled by a foreign government
  is not in the national security interests of the United States; and
  `(iii) is defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Defense
  for the purposes of this section; and
  `(B) with respect to Department of Energy contracts--
  `(i) is determined by the Secretary of Energy to include information
  described in subparagraph (A)(ii); and
  `(ii) is defined in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of Energy for
  the purposes of this section.
  `(3) The term `Secretary concerned' means--
  `(A) the Secretary of Defense, with respect to Department of Defense
  contracts; and
  `(B) the Secretary of Energy, with respect to Department of Energy
  contracts.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such subchapter is amended
  by adding at the end the following new item:
`2536. Prohibition on award of certain Department of Defense and Department
of Energy contracts to companies owned by an entity controlled by a foreign
government.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Section 2536 of title 10, United States Code, as
  added by subsection (a), shall apply with respect to contracts entered
  into after the expiration of the 90-day period beginning on the date of
  the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 837. DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT AMENDMENTS.
  (a) INVESTIGATIONS OF CERTAIN MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, AND TAKEOVERS- Section
  721 of the Defense Production Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. App. 2170) is amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsections (b) through (h) as subsections (c) through
  (i), respectively; and
  (2) by inserting after subsection (a) the following new subsection:
  `(b) MANDATORY INVESTIGATIONS- The President or the President's designee
  shall make an investigation, as described in subsection (a), in any
  instance in which an entity controlled by or acting on behalf of a foreign
  government seeks to engage in any merger, acquisition, or takeover which
  could result in control of a person engaged in interstate commerce in
  the United States that could affect the national security of the United
  States. Such investigation shall--
  `(1) commence not later than 30 days after receipt by the President or the
  President's designee of written notification of the proposed or pending
  merger, acquisition, or takeover, as prescribed by regulations promulgated
  pursuant to this section; and
  `(2) shall be completed not later than 45 days after its commencement.'.
  (b) CONSIDERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT- Section 721(f) of the Defense Production
  Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. App. 2170(f)) (as redesignated by subsection (a))
  is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (2), by striking `and' at the end;
  (2) in paragraph (3), by striking the period and inserting a comma; and
  (3) by adding at the end the following new paragraphs:
  `(4) the potential effects of the proposed or pending transaction on sales
  of military goods, equipment, or technology to any country--
  `(A) identified by the Secretary of State--
  `(i) under section 6(j) of the Export Administration Act of 1979, as a
  country that supports terrorism;
  `(ii) under section 6(l) of the Export Administration Act of 1979, as a
  country of concern regarding missile proliferation; or
  `(iii) under section 6(m) of the Export Administration Act of 1979, as a
  country of concern regarding the proliferation of chemical and biological
  weapons; or
  `(B) listed under section 309(c) of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of
  1978 on the `Nuclear Non-Proliferation-Special Country List' (15 C.F.R. Part
  778, Supplement No. 4) or any successor list; and
  `(5) the potential effects of the proposed or pending transaction on United
  States international technological leadership in areas affecting United
  States national security.'.
  (c) REPORT- Section 721(g) of the Defense Production Act of 1950 (50
  U.S.C. App. 2170(f)) (as redesignated by subsection (a)) is amended to
  read as follows:
  `(g) REPORT TO THE CONGRESS- The President shall immediately transmit to
  the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives
  a written report of the President's determination of whether or not to
  take action under subsection (d), including a detailed explanation of
  the findings made under subsection (e) and the factors considered under
  subsection (f). Such report shall be consistent with the requirements of
  subsection (c) of this Act.'.
  (d) SENSE OF THE CONGRESS REGARDING THE COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN INVESTMENT
  IN THE UNITED STATES- It is the sense of the Congress that the President
  should include in the membership of the Committee on Foreign Investment
  in the United States (established by Executive Order No. 11858)--
  (1) the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy; and
  (2) the Assistant to the President for National Security.
  (e) TECHNOLOGY RISK ASSESSMENTS- Section 721 of the Defense Production Act
  of 1950 (50 U.S.C. App. 2170) is further amended by adding at the end the
  following new subsection:
  `(j) TECHNOLOGY RISK ASSESSMENTS- In any case in which an assessment of the
  risk of diversion of defense critical technology is performed by a designee
  of the President, a copy of such assessment shall be provided to any other
  designee of the President responsible for reviewing or investigating a
  merger, acquisition, or takeover under this section.'.
SEC. 838. IMPROVED NATIONAL DEFENSE CONTROL OF TECHNOLOGY DIVERSIONS OVERSEAS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Subchapter V of chapter 148 of title 10, United States
  Code, as added by section 4202(b) and amended by section 837, is further
  amended by adding at the end the following new section:
-`Sec. 2537. Improved national defense control of technology diversions
overseas
  `(a) COLLECTION OF INFORMATION ON FOREIGN-CONTROLLED CONTRACTORS- The
  Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Energy shall each collect and
  maintain a data base containing a list of, and other pertinent information
  on, all contractors with the Department of Defense and the Department of
  Energy, respectively, which are controlled by foreign persons. The data
  base shall contain information on such contractors for 1988 and thereafter
  in all cases where they are awarded contracts exceeding $100,000 in any
  single year by the Department of Defense or the Department of Energy.
  `(b) ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS- The Secretary of Defense, the Secretary
  of Energy, and the Secretary of Commerce shall submit to the Congress,
  by March 31 of each year, beginning in 1994, a report containing a summary
  and analysis of the information collected under subsection (a) for the year
  covered by the report. The report shall include an analysis of accumulated
  foreign ownership of United States firms engaged in the development of
  defense critical technologies.
  `(c) TECHNOLOGY RISK ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENT- (1) If the Secretary of
  Defense is acting as a designee of the President under section 721(a)
  of the Defense Production Act of 1950 (50 U.S.C. App. 2170(a)) and if
  the Secretary determines that a proposed or pending merger, acquisition,
  or takeover may involve a firm engaged in the development of a defense
  critical technology or is otherwise important to the defense industrial
  and technology base, then the Secretary shall require the appropriate
  entity or entities from the list set forth in paragraph (2) to conduct an
  assessment of the risk of diversion of defense critical technology posed
  by such proposed or pending action.
  `(2) The entities referred to in paragraph (1) are the following:
  `(A) The Defense Intelligence Agency.
  `(B) The Army Foreign Technology Science Center.
  `(C) The Naval Maritime Intelligence Center.
  `(D) The Air Force Foreign Aerospace Science and Technology Center.
  `(d) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `defense critical technology'
  has the meaning provided that term by section 2491(8) of this title.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  subchapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2537. Improved national defense control of technology diversions overseas.'.
SEC. 839. LIMITATION ON SALE OF ASSETS OF CERTAIN DEFENSE CONTRACTOR.
  (a) REQUIREMENT- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall require that, in any
  contract entered into by the Department of Defense with the LTV Aerospace
  and Defense Company (hereinafter referred to as the `contractor'), the terms
  of the contract shall include the requirements set forth in paragraph (2).
  (2) A contract referred to in paragraph (1) shall prohibit the contractor
  (including any subsidiaries of the contractor) from selling, after April 1,
  1992, all or any part of its operating assets to any other person or entity
  unless the person or entity agrees to assume, to the extent required under
  any collective bargaining agreement entered into by the contractor, all
  the liabilities of the contractor to all of the employees of the contractor
  who have retired. For purposes of this paragraph, such liabilities include
  all retirement health and life insurance and pension benefits payable (at
  the time of sale or any time after the sale) to, or for the benefit of,
  such retired employees, their spouses, and their dependents.
  (b) APPLICABILITY- The requirements of subsection (a) shall apply with
  respect to any contract entered into after April 1, 1992, and any contract
  in existence as of April 1, 1992, with the LTV Aerospace and Defense
  Company. Not later than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act,
  the Secretary of Defense shall modify contracts in existence as of April
  1, 1992, and contracts entered into between April 1, 1992, and the date
  of the enactment of this Act, to reflect the requirements of this section.
  (c) TRANSITION- (1) If a person or entity (in this subsection referred to as
  the `purchaser') purchases the LTV Aerospace and Defense Company during the
  period beginning on April 1, 1992, and ending 60 days after the date of the
  enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall modify any transferred
  contracts to require the purchaser to assume all the liabilities of the LTV
  Aerospace and Defense Company to all of the employees of such company who
  have retired (including all the liabilities described in subsection (a)(2)).
  (2) For purposes of paragraph (1), a transferred contract is a contract
  entered into by the purchaser and the Department of Defense which contains
  terms and obligations (A) which are similar to the terms and obligations
  of a previous contract between the LTV Aerospace and Defense Company and
  the Department of Defense, and (B) which the purchaser agreed to assume
  as part of the terms of the purchase of such company.
SEC. 840. ADVANCE NOTIFICATION OF CONTRACT PERFORMANCE OUTSIDE THE UNITED
STATES.
  (a) NOTIFICATION REQUIRED- (1) Chapter 141 of title 10, United States Code,
  as amended by sections 384, 808, 813, and 834, is further amended by adding
  at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410g. Advance notification of contract performance outside the
United States
  `(a) NOTIFICATION- (1) A firm that is performing a Department of Defense
  contract for an amount exceeding $10,000,000, or is submitting a bid or
  proposal for such a contract, shall notify the Department of Defense in
  advance of any intention of the firm or any first-tier subcontractor of
  the firm to perform outside the United States and Canada any part of the
  contract that exceeds $500,000 in value and could be performed inside the
  United States or Canada.
  `(2) If a firm submitting a bid or proposal for a Department of Defense
  contract is required to submit a notification under this subsection, and
  the firm is aware, at the time it submits its bid or proposal, that the
  firm intends to perform outside the United States and Canada any part of
  the contract that exceeds $500,000 in value and could be performed inside
  the United States or Canada, the firm shall include the notification in
  its bid or proposal.
  `(3) The notification by a firm under paragraph (1) with respect to a
  first-tier subcontractor shall be made, to the maximum extent practicable,
  at least 30 days before award of the subcontract.
 `(b) RECIPIENT OF NOTIFICATION- The firm shall transmit the notification--
  `(1) in the case of a contract of a military department, to such officer
  or employee of that military department as the Secretary of the military
  department may direct; and
  `(2) in the case of any other Department of Defense contract, to such
  officer or employee of the Department of Defense as the Secretary of
  Defense may direct.
  `(c) AVAILABILITY OF NOTIFICATIONS- The Secretary of Defense shall ensure
  that the notifications (or copies) are maintained in compiled form for a
  period of 5 years after the date of submission and are available for use
  in the preparation of the national defense technology and industrial base
  assessment carried out under section 2505 of this title.
  `(d) INAPPLICABILITY TO CERTAIN CONTRACTS- This section shall not apply
  to contracts for any of the following:
  `(1) Commercial items.
  `(2) Military construction.
  `(3) Ores.
  `(4) Natural gas.
  `(5) Utilities.
  `(6) Petroleum products and crudes.
  `(7) Timber.
  `(8) Subsistence.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter, as amended by
  sections 384, 808, 813, and 834, is further amended by adding at the end
  the following new item:
`2410g. Advance notification of contract performance outside the United
States.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- Section 2410g of title 10, United States Code (as
  added by subsection (a)), shall take effect 90 days after the date of the
  enactment of this Act.
SEC. 841. ACQUISITION FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM.
  (a) FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM- Chapter 141 of title 10, United States Code, as
  amended by sections 384, 808, 813, 834, and 840, is further amended by
  adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410h. Acquisition fellowship program
  `(a) ESTABLISHMENT- The Secretary of Defense shall establish and carry out
  an acquisition fellowship program in accordance with this section in order
  to enhance the ability of the Department of Defense to recruit employees
  who are highly qualified in fields of acquisition.
  `(b) NUMBER OF FELLOWSHIPS- The Secretary of Defense may designate up to
  25 prospective employees of the Department of Defense as acquisition fellows.
  `(c) ELIGIBILITY- In order to be eligible for designation as an acquisition
  fellow, an employee--
  `(1) must complete at least 2 years of Federal Government service as an
  employee in an acquisition position in the Department of Defense; and
  `(2) must be serving in an acquisition position in the Department of Defense
  that involves the performance of duties likely to result in significant
  restrictions under law on the employment activities of that employee after
  leaving Government service.
  `(d) TWO-YEAR PERIOD OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING- Under the fellowship program,
  the Secretary of Defense shall pay designated acquisition fellows to engage
  in research or teaching for a 2-year period in a field related to Federal
  Government acquisition policy. Such research or teaching may be conducted in
  the defense acquisition university structure of the Department of Defense,
  any other institution of professional education of the Federal Government,
  or a nonprofit institution of higher education. Each fellow shall be paid
  at a rate equal to the rate of pay payable for the level of the position
  in which the fellow served in the Department of Defense before undertaking
  such research or teaching.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter, as amended by sections 384, 808, 813, 834, and 840, is further
  amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2410h. Acquisition fellowship program.'.
SEC. 842. PURCHASE OF ANGOLAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.
  The prohibition in section 316 of the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Year 1987 (100 Stat. 3855; 10 U.S.C. 2304 note) shall cease to
  be effective on the date on which the President certifies to Congress that
  free, fair, and democratic elections have taken place in Angola.
SEC. 843. AUTHORITY FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE TO SHARE EQUITABLY THE
COSTS OF CLAIMS UNDER INTERNATIONAL ARMAMENTS COOPERATION PROGRAMS.
  (a) AMENDMENT TO THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT- Section 27(c) of the Arms
  Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2767(c)) is amended in the second sentence
  by striking out `and administrative costs' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `costs, administrative costs, and costs of claims'.
  (b) AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 10- (1) Section 2350a(c) of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by inserting `(including the costs of claims)'
  after `project' the second place it appears.
  (2) Section 2350d(c) of such title is amended by inserting `and costs of
  claims' after `administrative costs'.
  (c) TERMINATION- On the date which is two years after the date of the
  enactment of this Act, subsections (a) and (b) shall cease to be in effect,
  and section 27(c) of the Arms Export Control Act and section 2350a of
  title 10, United States Code, shall read as if such subsections had not
  been enacted.
TITLE IX--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT
Subtitle A--Roles and Missions
SEC. 901. REPORT OF THE CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF ON ROLES AND
MISSIONS OF THE ARMED FORCES.
  (a) REPORT- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall transmit to Congress a copy of
  the first report relating to the roles and missions of the Armed Forces that
  is submitted to the Secretary by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  under section 153(b) of title 10, United States Code, after January 1, 1992.
  (2) The Secretary shall transmit the report, together with his views on
  the report, within 30 days after receiving the report.
  (b) ADDITIONAL MATTERS- In addition to the matters required under such
  section 153(b), the Chairman shall include in the report referred to in
  subsection (a) the Chairman's comments and recommendations regarding the
  following matters:
  (1) Reassessing the roles and missions assigned to each of the Armed
  Forces (under the Key West agreement of 1947 and subsequent actions by
  the various Secretaries of Defense and the Congress) in light of the new
  national security environment resulting from the end of the Cold War.
  (2) The extent to which the efficiency of the Armed Forces in carrying
  out their roles and missions can be enhanced by--
  (A) the elimination or reduction of duplication in the capabilities of the
  military departments and Defense Agencies without an undue diminution in
  their effectiveness; and
  (B) the consolidation or streamlining of organizations and activities
  within the military departments and Defense Agencies.
  (3) Changes in the operational tempo of forces stationed in the continental
  United States and changes in deployment patterns and operational tempo of
  forces deployed outside the United States.
  (4) Changes in the readiness status of units based upon time-phased force
  deployment plans.
  (5) Transfers of functions from the active components of the Armed Forces
  to the reserve components of the Armed Forces.
SEC. 902. TACTICAL AIRCRAFT MODERNIZATION PROGRAMS.
  (a) FUNDING LIMITATION PENDING CERTAIN ACTIONS- Of the total amount
  appropriated pursuant to an authorization of appropriations in section 201
  that is made available for tactical aircraft programs specified in subsection
  (b), not more than 65 percent may be obligated for those programs (allocated
  among those programs in such manner as the Secretary of Defense determines)
  until 60 days after the date as of which each of the following has occurred:
  (1) The Secretary of Defense has transmitted to Congress the report referred
  to in section 901 in accordance with that section.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense has submitted to the congressional defense
  committees the report described in subsection (c) setting forth a
  comprehensive affordability assessment of Department of Defense tactical
  aircraft programs.
  (3) The Secretary of Defense has submitted to the congressional defense
  committees the technical assessments of the Defense Science Board that
  are specified in subsection (d).
  (4) The Secretary of Defense has established a revised acquisition plan
  for the A-X medium attack aircraft program of the Navy as described in
  section 214.
  (b) APPLICABILITY- Subsection (a) applies to the following tactical
  aircraft programs:
  (1) The F-22 Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) program of the Air Force.
  (2) The FA-18E/F fighter program of the Navy.
  (3) The A-X medium attack aircraft program of the Navy.
  (c) COMPREHENSIVE AFFORDABILITY ASSESSMENT- (1) The report under subsection
  (a)(2) shall contain a comprehensive affordability assessment of the
  long-range modernization plans of the Department of Defense for tactical
  aircraft programs. The assessment shall be prepared in light of the roles
  and missions report referred to in subsection (a)(1) and any other analysis
  of Department of Defense tactical aircraft requirements that the Secretary
  considers relevant.
  (2) The tactical aircraft modernization plans to be considered in the
  assessment shall include--
  (A) continued procurement of current aircraft;
  (B) upgrades to current aircraft; and
  (C) procurement of new design aircraft such as the FA-18E/F, the A-X,
  the EA-X, and the F-22 aircraft.
  (3) The assessment shall include an examination of the shares of their
  respective annual budgets that the Air Force and the Navy have historically
  devoted to tactical aviation modernization programs and the effect of
  currently planned tactical aircraft modernization programs on those
  historical budget shares.
  (4) As part of the assessment, the Secretary shall postulate the force
  structure for tactical aviation over the next 20 years and shall indicate
  the most cost effective modernization plans for that force structure.
  (5) As part of the assessment, the Secretary shall evaluate for each of
  the aircraft programs specified in subsection (b) alternative manufacturing
  methods that would produce the aircraft efficiently in a reduced quantity and
  at a significantly lower annual rate than the quantity and rate currently
  projected by the Department for the aircraft. Such analysis shall show the
  effect of lower production rates on unit costs at 25 percent, 50 percent, and
  100 percent of the currently projected maximum annual rates of production.
  (6) In preparing the assessment, the Secretary shall receive and consider the
  views of the Cost Analysis Improvement Group in the Office of the Secretary
  of Defense on the tactical aviation programs covered by the assessment.
  (d) DSB TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT- The technical assessments to be undertaken
  by the Defense Science Board for purposes of subsection (a)(3) are the
  following:
  (1) An assessment of the ways that current aircraft, upgrades to current
  aircraft, and new design aircraft can be modified or otherwise adapted so
  that a single aircraft type can be used by both the Air Force and the Navy
  in parallel missions.
  (2) An assessment of the technical risks associated with the three tactical
  aircraft specified in subsection (b).
SEC. 903. SENSE OF CONGRESS ON COOPERATION BETWEEN THE ARMY AND THE MARINE
CORPS.
  (a) FINDINGS- With respect to the roles and missions of the Army and Marine
  Corps, the Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) The Army and the Marine Corps both provide military capabilities
  that are necessary for carrying out the national military strategy of the
  United States.
  (2) Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm demonstrated the
  complementary nature of those capabilities and the substantial degree
  to which the Army and the Marine Corps can effectively coordinate their
  activities and cooperate with each other.
  (3) The availability of future Federal budget resources for the Army and
  the Marine Corps is likely to be significantly more limited than the Federal
  budget resources currently available for the Army and the Marine Corps.
  (b) SENSE OF CONGRESS- It is the sense of Congress that the Army and the
  Marine Corps should intensify efforts--
  (1) to eliminate unnecessary duplication; and
  (2) to improve interservice coordination and to specialize in specific
  functional areas.
  (c) EXAMINATION BY CJCS- (1) The Congress encourages the Chairman of the
  Joint Chiefs of Staff to examine whether--
  (A) the Army should provide the Marine Corps with armor and heavy fire
  support needed for mid-intensity and high-intensity combat; or
  (B) the Marine Corps should be equipped with the armor, heavy artillery,
  and other weapons and sustainability needed to engage in mid-intensity
  and high-intensity combat independent of the other military services.
  (2) In conducting the examination, the Chairman should consider the
  following actions:
  (A) Designating Army artillery battalions equipped with the Multiple Launch
  Rocket System to support Marine amphibious forces afloat.
  (B) Designating Army tank battalions to support Marine amphibious forces
  afloat.
  (C) Equipping maritime prepositioning ships with Multiple Launch Rocket
  System (MLRS) launchers and M1 tanks to be manned by Army units in support
  of Marine forces.
  (D) Transferring management of all prepositioning shipping on behalf of
  all of the Armed Forces to the Marine Corps.
  (E) Transferring Army shipping and lighterage to the Navy.
  (3) In the consideration of the actions referred to in paragraph (2),
  the Chairman should evaluate the logistics, training, and operational
  implications of each action.
  (4) If the Chairman recommends that the Marine Corps be equipped with the
  armor, heavy artillery, other weapons, and sustainability necessary for
  engaging in mid-intensity and high-intensity combat independent of the
  other services, the Chairman should determine, as part of the examination
  under this paragraph, the following:
  (A) What additional procurement requirements and costs are necessary
  to equip the Marine Corps to meet the demands of mid-intensity and
  high-intensity combat.
  (B) The adequacy of current prepositioning programs, mine warfare capability,
  naval fire support, and night fighting capability to meet the demands of
  mid-intensity and high-intensity combat.
  (d) ROLES AND MISSIONS AUTHORITY OF CHAIRMAN- The Chairman should consider
  the findings and sense of Congress set forth in subsections (a) and (b),
  and the matters set forth in subsection (c), including the options for
  streamlining the roles and missions of the Army and the Marine Corps, in
  the performance of the Chairman's responsibilities under section 153(b)
  of title 10, United States Code.
SEC. 904. NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE COMPONENT OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT
STUDY.
  (a) LIMITATION- Of the funds authorized to be appropriated by section 106,
  not more than $90,000,000 may be obligated to procure operational support
  airlift aircraft. None of those funds may be obligated until 60 days after
  the date on which the study required by subsection (b) is transmitted to
  the congressional defense committees.
  (b) STUDY REQUIRED- The Secretary of Defense shall undertake a study of
  operational support airlift aircraft and administrative transport airlift
  aircraft operated by the National Guard and the reserve components.
  (c) STUDY REQUIREMENTS- The study required by subsection (b) shall include
  the following:
  (1) An inventory of all operational support airlift aircraft and
  administrative transport airlift aircraft that are operated by the reserve
  components.
  (2) The peacetime utilization rate of such aircraft.
  (3) The wartime mission of such aircraft.
  (4) The need for such aircraft for the future base force.
  (5) The current age, projected service life, and programmed retirement
  date for such aircraft.
  (6) A list of aircraft programmed in the fiscal year 1994 future-years
  defense program to be purchased for the reserve components or to be
  transferred from the active components to the reserve components.
  (7) The funds programmed in the fiscal year 1994 future-years defense
  program for procurement of replacement operational support and administrative
  transport airlift aircraft, and the acquisition strategy proposed for each
  type of replacement aircraft so programmed.
  (d) DEFINITION- For purposes of this section, the term `future-years
  defense program' means the future-years defense program submitted to
  Congress pursuant to section 221 of title 10, United States Code.
Subtitle B--Joint Chiefs of Staff
SEC. 911. VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF.
  (a) DESIGNATION AS A MEMBER OF THE JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF- Section 151(a)
  of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by redesignating paragraphs (2) through (5) as paragraphs (3) through
  (6), respectively; and
  (2) by inserting after paragraph (1) the following new paragraph (2):
  `(2) The Vice Chairman.'.
  (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- (1) Section 154 of such title is amended--
  (A) in subsection (c), by striking out `such' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `the duties prescribed for him as a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  and such other';
  (B) by striking out subsection (f); and
  (C) by redesignating subsection (g) as subsection (f).
  (2) Section 155(a)(1) of such title is amended by striking out `and the
  Vice Chairman.'
Subtitle C--Professional Military Education
SEC. 921. APPLICATION OF DEFINITION OF PRINCIPAL COURSE OF INSTRUCTION AT
THE ARMED FORCES STAFF COLLEGE.
  Section 912(b) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1452) is amended by striking
  out `October 1, 1993' and inserting in lieu thereof `January 1, 1994'.
SEC. 922. PLAN REGARDING PROFESSIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION TEST PROGRAM FOR
RESERVE COMPONENT OFFICERS OF THE ARMY.
  (a) PLAN FOR TEST PROGRAM REQUIRED- The Secretary of the Army shall prepare a
  plan for carrying out a test program to improve the provision of professional
  military education to reserve component officers of the Army by assigning
  or attaching such officers to an Army Reserve Forces school in an inactive
  duty status for the purpose of attending professional military education
  courses offered by the school.
  (b) NATURE OF EDUCATION- The professional military education courses
  offered as part of such a test program should correspond to the courses
  offered at the Army Combined Arms and Services Staff School and the United
  States Army Command and General Staff College.
  (c) REPORT ON PLAN- Not later than March 31, 1993, the Secretary of the
  Army shall submit to Congress a report that--
  (1) describes the most effective approach, as determined by the Secretary,
  for carrying out the test program outlined in the plan required under
  subsection (a);
  (2) describes the method by which reserve component officers of the Army
  would be selected to participate in the test program;
  (3) identifies any legislation that would be required to implement the
  test program, such as the authorization of funds for the test program or
  the compensation of reserve component officers of the Army under section
  206 of title 37, United States Code, who are selected to participate in
  the test program; and
  (4) indicates how the test program would be evaluated to determine the
  effect of the program on units of the Selected Reserve, the management of
  duty assignments in the Selected Reserve, and the capabilities of the Army
  Reserve Forces schools.
  (d) RESERVE COMPONENT OFFICER OF THE ARMY DEFINED- For purposes of this
  section, the term `reserve component officer of the Army' means an  officer
  of the Army National Guard of the United States or the Army Reserve who
  is assigned to a unit of the Selected Reserve and is unable to attend
  professional military education courses while in the active service.
SEC. 923. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CENTER OF THE DEFENSE LANGUAGE INSTITUTE.
  (a) EMPLOYMENT OF CIVILIAN FACULTY MEMBERS AUTHORIZED- (1) Section 1595
  of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (A) in subsection (a), by inserting `and the Foreign Language Center of
  the Defense Language Institute' after `National Defense University'; and
  (B) in subsection (c), by striking out `This section' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `In the case of the National Defense University, this section'.
  (2)(A) The heading of such section is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 1595. National Defense University; Foreign Language Center of the
Defense Language Institute: civilian faculty members'.
  (B) The item relating to such section in the table of sections at the
  beginning of chapter 81 of such title is amended to read as follows:
`1595. National Defense University; Foreign Language Center of the Defense
Language Institute: civilian faculty members.'.
  (b) EFFECT ON CURRENT EMPLOYEES- In the case of a person who, on the day
  before the date of the enactment of this Act, is employed as a professor,
  instructor, or lecturer at the Foreign Language Center of the Defense
  Language Institute, the Secretary of Defense shall afford the person an
  opportunity to elect to be paid under the compensation plan authorized
  by section 1595(b) of title 10, United States Code, or to continue to be
  paid under the General Schedule (with no reduction in pay) under section
  5332 of title 5, United States Code.
Subtitle D--Other Matters
SEC. 931. CERTIFICATIONS RELATING TO THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR
SPECIAL OPERATIONS AND LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT AND THE SPECIAL OPERATIONS
COMMAND.
  (a) CERTIFICATIONS- Not later than 120 days after the date of the enactment
  of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall (except as otherwise provided
  under subsection (b)) certify to Congress the following:
  (1) That the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low
  Intensity Conflict and the commander of the special operations command
  established pursuant to section 167 of title 10, United States Code,
  have been assigned the duties and functions specified for the Assistant
  Secretary and that commander, respectively, under law, the Unified Command
  Plan, and Department of Defense Directive No. 5138.3 (dated January 4, 1988).
  (2) That the Assistant Secretary and the special operations command
  have been authorized the number of personnel necessary for the Assistant
  Secretary and the commander of the special operations command to perform
  such respective duties and functions.
  (b) ALTERNATIVE TO CERTIFICATION- If the Secretary of Defense is unable to
  make the certifications referred to in subsection (a) within the 120-day
  period provided in that subsection, the Secretary shall submit to Congress
  a report notifying the committees that the Secretary is unable to make
  such certifications and setting forth the actions that the Secretary will
  take in order to enable the Secretary to make such certifications after
  the expiration of that period.
SEC. 932. STUDY OF JOINT DUTY ASSIGNMENTS.
  (a) STUDY- The Secretary of Defense, after consultation with the Chairman
  of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, shall conduct a study of military officer
  positions that are designated as joint duty assignments pursuant to
  section 661 of title 10, United States Code, and other provisions of
  law. In carrying out the study, the Secretary shall--
  (1) assess the appropriateness of the current allocation of joint assignments
  and critical joint duty assignments, with such assessment--
  (A) to place particular emphasis on the allocations of joint duty positions
  to each Defense Agency; and
  (B) to determine any changes in regulations that are necessary to ensure
  that the joint duty assignment process provides appropriate crediting
  as service in joint duty assignments in the case of officers assigned to
  Defense Agencies in positions that provide them with significant experience
  in joint matters;
  (2) assess whether officers who have the joint specialty under chapter 38
  of title 10, United States Code, are being assigned to appropriate joint
  duty positions; and
  (3) survey positions that provide military officers with significant
  experience in joint matters but are now excluded from the joint duty
  designation under section 661 of such title or other provisions of law.
  (b) ADJUSTMENTS IN LIGHT OF STUDY- Following completion of the study required
  by subsection (a), the Secretary shall direct the heads of the military
  departments, Defense Agencies, and other components of the Department of
  Defense to make adjustments in joint duty assignments as necessary to
  comport with the conclusions of the assessments required by paragraphs
  (1) and (2) of such subsection.
  (c) REPORT- Not later than April 15, 1993, the Secretary shall submit to
  the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives
  a report containing--
  (1) the results of the study required by subsection (a) and a plan to
  implement its findings; and
  (2) any recommendations for legislative changes that the Secretary
  proposes in order to provide the Secretary with authority to grant a
  waiver, in the case of an assignment that is determined to provide an
  officer with significant experience in joint matters, to the exclusion by
  law of consideration as a joint duty assignment of any assignment within
  an officer's own military department.
SEC. 933. JOINT DUTY CREDIT FOR CERTAIN DUTY PERFORMED DURING OPERATIONS
DESERT SHIELD AND DESERT STORM.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO GIVE JOINT DUTY CREDIT- (1) The Secretary of Defense,
  in consultation with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, may give
  an officer who has completed service described in paragraph (2) credit for
  having completed a full tour of duty in a joint duty assignment, or credit
  countable for determining cumulative service in joint duty assignments, for
  the purposes of chapter 38 of title 10, United States Code, notwithstanding
  the length of such service or whether that service is within the definition
  of `joint duty assignment' in section 668 of title 10, United States Code.
  (2) Service referred to in paragraph (1) is service performed by an officer,
  any portion of which took place during the period beginning on August 2,
  1990, and ending on February 28, 1991, in an assignment in the Persian
  Gulf combat zone that (as determined by the Secretary of Defense) provided
  significant experience in joint matters.
  (3) The Secretary, after consultation with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs
  of Staff, may give credit for service in a joint duty assignment under
  paragraph (1) in the case of an officer recommended for such credit by  the
  Chief of Staff of the Army (for officers in the Army), the Chief of Naval
  Operations (for officers in the Navy), the Chief of Staff of the Air Force
  (for officers in the Air Force), and the Commandant of the Marine Corps
  (for officers in the Marine Corps). Any such credit shall be granted by
  the Secretary on a case-by-case basis.
  (4) The Secretary of Defense shall establish uniform criteria for defining
  the standards to be used in determining whether to give an officer credit
  for service in a joint duty assignment under paragraph (1). Such criteria
  shall be consistent with the congressional declarations of policy in section
  2 of the National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 401) and section 3 of
  the Goldwater-Nichols Department of Defense Reorganization Act of 1986
  (10 U.S.C. 111 note). The criteria shall include standards to be used in
  determining whether to give an officer credit for completion of a full
  tour of duty, or credit countable for determining cumulative service,
  in a joint duty assignment. Such criteria may not result in the extension
  of eligibility for joint duty credit under this section to all officers
  in a specified category of officers that exists other than for reasons of
  this section.
  (b) INAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN REPORTING AND POLICY REQUIREMENTS- (1)
  Officers for whom joint duty credit is granted pursuant to subsection (a)
  shall not be counted for the purposes of paragraphs (7), (8), (9), (11),
  or (12) of section 667 of title 10, United States Code, and subsections
  (a)(3) and (b) of section 662 of such title.
  (2) In the case of an officer for whom credit for completion of a full tour
  of duty in a joint duty assignment is granted pursuant to subsection (a),
  the Secretary of Defense may waive the requirement in paragraph (1)(B)
  of section 661(c) of title 10, United States Code, that, for purposes of
  nomination to the joint specialty under chapter 38 of such title, a full tour
  of duty in a joint duty assignment be performed after the officer completes
  a program of education referred to in paragraph (1)(A) of that section.
  (c) INFORMATION TO BE INCLUDED IN NEXT ANNUAL REPORT- The joint specialty
  report of the Secretary of Defense under section 667 of title 10, United
  States Code for fiscal year 1993 shall include the following information
  (which shall be shown for the Department of Defense as a whole and separately
  for the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps):
  (1) The number of officers granted credit for a joint duty assignment
  pursuant to subsection (a).
  (2) Of such officers, the number granted credit for a full tour of duty in
  a joint duty assignment pursuant to subsection (a) and the number granted
  credit for a joint duty assignment that is not treated as a full tour
  of duty.
  (3) Of the officers granted credit for a joint duty assignment pursuant
  to subsection (a), the number in each grade and each occupational specialty.
  (d) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of this section:
  (1) The term `joint matters' has the meaning given such term in section
  668(a) of title 10, United States Code.
  (2) The term `Persian Gulf combat zone' means the area designated by the
  President as the combat zone for Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert
  Storm, and related operations for purposes of section 112 of the Internal
  Revenue Code of 1986.
  (3) The term `joint specialty report' means that part of the annual report
  of the Secretary of Defense submitted to Congress under section 113(c)
  of title 10, United States Code, that is included in such report pursuant
  to section 667 of title 10, United States Code.
  (e) DURATION OF AUTHORITY- The authority of the Secretary of Defense under
  this section expires at the end of the six-month period beginnning on the
  date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 934. CINC INITIATIVE FUND.
  (a) AUTHORIZED RECIPIENTS OF FUNDS- Subsection (a) of section 166a of
  title 10, United States Code, is amended in the first sentence by striking
  out `funds, upon request,' and all that follows through the period and
  inserting in lieu thereof `funds to the commander of a combatant command,
  upon the request of the commander, or, with respect to a geographic area or
  areas not within the area of responsibility of a commander of a combatant
  command, to an officer designated by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of
  Staff for such purpose.'.
  (b) AUTHORIZED ACTIVITIES- Subsection (b)(7) of such section is amended
  by inserting `(including transportation, translation, and administrative
  expenses)' before the period at the end.
  (c) PRIORITY- Subsection (c) of such section is amended to read as follows:
  `(c) PRIORITY- The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in considering
  requests for funds in the CINC Initiative Fund, should give priority
  consideration to--
  `(1) requests for funds to be used for activities that would enhance the war
  fighting capability, readiness, and sustainability of the forces assigned
  to the commander requesting the funds; and
  `(2) the provision of funds to be used for activities with respect to an
  area or areas not within the area of responsibility of a commander of a
  combatant command that would reduce the threat to, or otherwise increase,
  the national security of the United States.'.
  (d) LIMITATIONS- Subsection (e)(1)(C) of such section is amended to read
  as follows:
  `(C) not more than $2,000,000 may be used to provide military education
  and training (including transportation, translation, and administrative
  expenses) to military and related civilian personnel of foreign countries
  as authorized by subsection (b)(7).'.
SEC. 935. ORGANIZATION OF THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS.
  (a) CONSOLIDATION OF NAVY HEADQUARTERS MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE- The Secretary
  of the Navy shall consolidate and streamline the Navy headquarters
  establishments within the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations to
  reflect changes in the roles and missions of the Department of the Navy.
  (b) DIRECTORATE FOR EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF
  OF NAVAL OPERATIONS- (1) Chapter 505 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended by inserting after section 5037 the following new section:
`Sec. 5038. Director for Expeditionary Warfare
  `(a) One of the Directors within the Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval
  Operations for Resources, Warfare Requirements, and Assessments shall be
  the Director for Expeditionary Warfare who shall be detailed from officers
  on the active-duty list of the Marine Corps.
  `(b) An officer assigned to the position of Director for Expeditionary
  Warfare, while so serving, has the grade of major general.
  `(c) The principal duty of the Director for Expeditionary Warfare shall be
  to supervise the performance of all staff responsibilities of the Chief of
  Naval Operations regarding expeditionary warfare, including responsibilities
  regarding amphibious lift, mine warfare, naval fire support, and other
  missions essential to supporting expeditionary warfare.
  `(d) The Chief of Naval Operations shall transfer duties, responsibilities,
  and staff from other personnel within the Office of the Chief of Naval
  Operations as necessary to fully support the Director for Expeditionary
  Warfare.
  `(e) This subsection shall cease to apply on November 1, 1997.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  adding at the end the following:
`5038. Director for Expeditionary Warfare.'.
SEC. 936. GRADE OF CERTAIN COMMANDERS OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES.
  (a) GRADE FOR CERTAIN REGIONAL SOF COMMANDERS- During the period beginning
  on February 1, 1993, and ending on February 1, 1995, the provisions of
  section 1311(e) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1987 (10 U.S.C. 167 note) shall apply as if the Secretary of Defense had
  designated the United States Southern Command and the United States Central
  Command for the purposes of that section.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than March 1, 1994, the Secretary of Defense shall
  submit to Congress a report setting forth the Secretary's recommendations for
  the grade structure for the special operations forces component commander
  for each unified command, particularly as to whether each such commander
  should be of general or flag officer grade.
  (c) REPEAL OF DUPLICATIVE PROVISIONS- Subsections (c), (d), and (e)
  of section 9115 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1987
  (as enacted in identical form in sections 101(c) of Public Law 99-500 and
  Public Law 99-591), are repealed.
SEC. 937. REPORT ON ASSIGNMENT OF SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- Not later than February 1, 1993, the Secretary of
  Defense shall submit to Congress a report describing the implementation
  of the requirement contained in section 167(b) of title 10, United States
  Code, that all active and reserve special operations forces of the Armed
  Forces stationed in the United States be assigned to the Special Operations
  Command unless otherwise directed by the Secretary.
  (b) COMMAND AND CONTROL RESPONSIBILITIES- The report required by subsection
  (a) shall delineate the respective responsibilities of the commander of
  the Special Operations Command and the chiefs of the reserve components
  regarding the peacetime command and control of reserve component special
  operations forces.
  (c) OTHER MATTERS TO BE INCLUDED- The report shall also specifically
  address the following matters:
  (1) Establishment of training and readiness standards.
  (2) Military and civilian personnel management.
  (3) Programming and budget execution functions.
  (4) Conduct of operational training.
TITLE X--GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle A--Financial Matters
SEC. 1001. TRANSFER AUTHORITY.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER AUTHORIZATIONS- (1) Upon determination by the
  Secretary of Defense that such action is necessary in the national interest,
  the Secretary may transfer amounts of authorizations made available to the
  Department of Defense in this division for fiscal year 1993 between any such
  authorizations for that fiscal year (or any subdivisions thereof). Amounts
  of authorizations so transferred shall be merged with and be available
  for the same purposes as the authorization to which transferred.
  (2) The total amount of authorizations that the Secretary of Defense may
  transfer under the authority of this section may not exceed $1,500,000,000.
  (b) LIMITATIONS- The authority provided by this section to transfer
  authorizations--
  (1) may only be used to provide authority for items that have a higher
  priority than the items from which authority is transferred; and
  (2) may not be used to provide authority for an item that has been denied
  authorization by Congress.
  (c) EFFECT ON AUTHORIZATION AMOUNTS- A transfer made from one account to
  another under the authority of this section shall be deemed to increase
  the amount authorized for the account to which the amount is transferred
  by an amount equal to the amount transferred.
  (d) NOTICE TO CONGRESS- The Secretary of Defense shall promptly notify
  Congress of transfers made under the authority of this section.
SEC. 1002. DEFENSE BUDGETING.
  (a) MISSION-ORIENTED BUDGETING- Chapter 9 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by redesignating section 221 as section 226; and
  (2) by inserting after the table of sections the following new section:
`Sec. 222. Future-years mission budget
  `(a) FUTURE-YEARS MISSION BUDGET- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to
  Congress for each fiscal year a future-years mission budget for the military
  programs of the Department of Defense. That budget shall be submitted
  for any fiscal year at the same time that the President's budget for that
  fiscal year is submitted to Congress pursuant to section 1105 of title 31.
  `(b) CONSISTENCY WITH FUTURE-YEARS DEFENSE PROGRAM- The future-years mission
  budget shall be consistent with the future-years defense program required
  under section 221 of this title. In the future-years mission budget, the
  military programs of the Department of Defense shall be organized on the
  basis of major roles, missions, or forces of the Department of Defense.
  `(c) RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER DEFENSE BUDGET FORMATS- The requirement in
  subsection (a) is in addition to the requirements in any other provision of
  law regarding the format for the presentation regarding military programs
  of the Department of Defense in the budget submitted pursuant to section
  1105 of title 31 for any fiscal year.'.
  (b) CONFORMING REPEAL- Section 1404 of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1675; 10 U.S.C. 114a
  note) is repealed.
  (c) TRANSFER- (1) Section 114a of title 10, United States Code, is
  transferred to chapter 9 of title 10, United States Code, redesignated as
  section 221, inserted after the table of sections, and amended by striking
  out `multiyear' each place it appears in the text and inserting in lieu
  thereof `future-years'.
  (2) The heading of such section is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 221. Future-years defense program: submission to Congress; consistency
in budgeting'.
  (d) CLERICAL AMENDMENTS- (1) The table of sections at the beginning of
  chapter 2 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking out the
  item relating to section 114a.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 9 of such title is
  amended by striking out the item relating to section 221 and inserting in
  lieu thereof the following:
`221. Future-years defense program: submission to Congress; consistency
in budgeting.
`222. Future-years mission budget.
`226. Scoring of outlays.'.
SEC. 1003. TREATMENT OF CERTAIN `M' ACCOUNT OBLIGATIONS.
  (a) LIMITATION- The Secretary of Defense may not reobligate any sum in a
  merged (or so-called `M') account of the Department of Defense until the
  Secretary has identified an equal sum under section 1406 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104
  Stat. 1680) that can be canceled.
  (b) REQUIREMENT FOR RECIPROCAL CANCELLATION- Whenever the Secretary of
  Defense reobligates funds from a merged (or so-called `M') account of the
  Department of Defense, the Secretary shall at the same time cancel with the
  Treasury of the United States a sum in the same amount as the reobligation
  from a merged account of the Department of Defense.
  (c) MONTHLY REPORTS- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the
  congressional defense committees a monthly report, for each month beginning
  after the date of the enactment of this Act through September 1993, on the
  amount of funds reobligated during the month from merged accounts of the
  Department of Defense and the amount of funds canceled during the month
  from such accounts. Each report shall be submitted not later than the 21st
  day of the month after the month covered by the report.
  (d) NOTICE-AND-WAIT- (1) Whenever the Secretary of Defense proposes to
  reobligate from a merged (or so-called `M') account of the Department of
  Defense any sum in an amount greater than $10,000,000, the reobligation
  may not be made until--
  (A) the Secretary notifies Congress of the amount to be reobligated, the
  source of the funds to be reobligated, and the purpose the funds will be
  reobligated for; and
  (B) a period of 30 days passes after the notice is received.
  (2) The limitation in paragraph (1) applies to reobligations for a single
  purpose in a sum greater than the amount specified in that paragraph. Such
  a reobligation may not be divided into several smaller sums to avoid
  such limitation.
  (e) DURATION OF LIMITATIONS- Subsections (a) and (b) shall cease to apply
  when all audits and cancellations of balances required by section 1406 of
  the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law
  101-510; 104 Stat. 1680) have been completed.
SEC. 1004. ADDITIONAL TRANSITION AUTHORITY REGARDING CLOSING APPROPRIATION
ACCOUNTS.
  Section 1405(b) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1991 (31 U.S.C. 1551 note) is amended by adding at the end the following
  new paragraph:
  `(8) OBLIGATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS OF OBLIGATIONS FOR EXPIRED BUT NOT CLOSED
  ACCOUNTS- (A) Subject to subparagraphs (B), (C), and (D), in the case of
  an appropriation account for a fiscal year before fiscal year 1992 for
  which the period of availability for obligation has expired but which
  has not been closed under the provisions of section 1552(a) of title 31,
  United States Code, or paragraph (4) of this section, an obligation and
  an adjustment of an obligation may be charged to any current appropriation
  account of the Department of Defense that is available for the same purpose
  as the expired account if--
  `(i) the obligation would have been properly chargeable (except as to
  amount) to the expired account before the end of the period of availability
  of that account; and
  `(ii) the obligation is not otherwise properly chargeable to any current
  appropriation account of the Department of Defense.
  `(B) The total amount charged to a current appropriation account under
  subparagraph (A) may not exceed an amount equal to the lesser of--
  `(i) one percent of the total amount of the appropriations for that
  account;  or
  `(ii) one percent of the total amount of the appropriations for the
  expired account.
  `(C) No obligation or adjustment of an obligation may be charged pursuant to
  the provisions of this paragraph until the Committees on Armed Services and
  the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives
  are notified of the intent to make such a charge and a period of 30 days
  elapses after the notification is submitted.
  `(D) CERTIFICATIONS- No obligation or adjustment of an obligation may be
  charged pursuant to the provisions of this paragraph until the Secretary
  of Defense (except as otherwise provided in subparagraph (E)) certifies
  to Congress the following:
  `(i) That the limitations on expending and obligating amounts established
  pursuant to section 1341 of title 31, United States Code, are being observed
  within the Department of Defense.
  `(ii) That reports on any violations of such section 1341, whether
  intentional or inadvertent, are being submitted to the President and Congress
  immediately and with all relevant facts and a statement of actions taken
  as required by section 1351 of title 31, United States Code.
  `(E) ALTERNATIVE TO CERTIFICATION- If the Secretary of Defense is unable
  to make the certifications referred to in subparagraph (D) within 60 days
  after the date of the enactment of this subparagraph, the Secretary shall
  submit to the Congress a report stating that the Secretary is unable to
  make such certifications and setting forth the actions that the Secretary
  will take in order to enable the Secretary to make such certifications
  after the end of that period.'.
SEC. 1005. CLARIFICATION OF SCOPE OF AUTHORIZATIONS.
  No funds are authorized to be appropriated under this Act for the Federal
  Bureau of Investigation.
SEC. 1006. INCORPORATION OF CLASSIFIED ANNEX.
  (a) STATUS OF CLASSIFIED ANNEX- The Classified Annex prepared by the
  Committee of Conference to accompany the conference report on the bill
  H.R. 5006 of the One Hundred Second Congress and transmitted to the
  President is hereby incorporated into this Act.
  (b) CONSTRUCTION WITH OTHER PROVISIONS OF ACT- The amounts specified
  in the Classified Annex are not in addition to amounts authorized to be
  appropriated by other provisions of this Act.
  (c) LIMITATION ON USE OF FUNDS- Funds appropriated pursuant to an
  authorization contained in this Act that are made available for a program,
  project, or activity referred to in the Classified Annex may only be
  expended for such program, project, or activity in accordance with such
  terms, conditions, limitations, restrictions, and requirements as are set
  out for that program, project, or activity in the Classified Annex.
  (d) DISTRIBUTION OF CLASSIFIED ANNEX- The President shall provide for
  appropriate distribution of the Classified Annex, or of appropriate portions
  of the annex, within the executive branch of the Government.
Subtitle B--Naval Vessels and Related Matters
SEC. 1011. EAST COAST HOMEPORT FOR NUCLEAR-POWERED AIRCRAFT CARRIERS.
  (a) FINDINGS- Congress finds that--
  (1) Mayport, Florida, has served well as a homeport for aircraft carriers;
  (2) under existing carrier force structure plans, as conventionally fueled
  aircraft carriers are replaced by nuclear-powered aircraft carriers, there
  will be a requirement for a second East Coast homeport for nuclear-powered
  aircraft carriers (in addition to the existing homeport of Norfolk,
  Virginia); and
  (3) Mayport ought to be the second East Coast homeport for nuclear-powered
  aircraft carriers, when such additional homeport becomes needed.
  (b) DEVELOPMENT OF SECOND HOMEPORT- Not later than April 1, 1993, the
  Secretary of the Navy shall submit to the congressional defense committees
  a report on the Navy's plan for developing a second East Coast homeport for
  nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. The report shall include a schedule,
  by fiscal year, for funding the development of a second homeport for
  nuclear-powered aircraft carriers on the East Coast of the United States. The
  schedule shall be consistent with the Navy's plan to retire conventionally
  fueled aircraft carriers and to deploy nuclear-powered aircraft carriers.
SEC. 1012. LIMITATION ON OVERSEAS SHIP REPAIRS.
  Section 7309 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at the
  end the following new subsection:
  `(e) In the case of a naval vessel the homeport of which is not in the
  United States (or a territory of the United States), the Secretary of the
  Navy may not during the 15-month period preceding the planned reassignment
  of the vessel to a homeport in the United States (or a territory of the
  United States) begin any work for the overhaul, repair, or maintenance of
  the vessel that is scheduled to be for a period of more than six months.'.
SEC. 1013. NAVY MINE COUNTERMEASURE PROGRAM.
  (a) EVALUATION- (1) Not later than December 15, 1992, the Secretary of
  the Navy shall submit to the congressional defense committees and the
  Comptroller General of the United States a detailed report on actions
  and plans of the Navy for consolidation and centralization of control
  over forces assigned to the mine countermeasure mission. The report shall
  evaluate all facets of the mine countermeasure mission, including--
  (A) proposed location of vessels, helicopters, and explosive ordnance
  detachment units;
  (B) proposed command structure;
  (C) proposed training policies; and
  (D) proposed vessel procurement policies.
  (2) The Comptroller General shall evaluate the report submitted under
  paragraph (1) and, not later than 30 days after the date of the submittal
  of the report, submit to the congressional defense committees an evaluation
  of the report.
  (b) EVALUATION OF HOMEPORTS FOR MINE COUNTERMEASURE PROGRAM- The report
  under subsection (a)(1) shall include a detailed evaluation and analysis of
  the use of Ingleside, Texas, as the planned homeport for all mine warfare
  ships, and a comparison of various alternative homeports for mine warfare
  ships (including an evaluation of the use of bases on the Atlantic Coast
  and the Pacific Coast as homeports for such ships).
  (c) SUSPENSION OF CERTAIN ACTIVITIES PENDING RECEIPT OF REPORT- The
  Secretary of the Navy may not take any action to relocate the functions
  and personnel of the Mine Warfare Command, the Fleet Mine Warfare School,
  the Mine Warfare Training Center, or any mine countermeasure helicopter
  squadron until 60 days after the later of--
  (1) the date of the submittal of the report required under subsection
  (a)(1); or
  (2) February 15, 1993.
SEC. 1014. TRANSFER OF CERTAIN VESSELS.
  (a) TRANSFERS OF VESSELS TO BE USED AS TRAINING VESSELS- The Secretary of
  the Navy shall transfer to the Department of Transportation the following
  vessels, to be assigned as training ships to Texas A&M University at
  Galveston, Texas, and to the Maine Maritime Academy at Castine, Maine,
  when those vessels are no longer required for use by the Navy:
  (1) The U.S.N.S. Chauvenet (T-AG-29).
  (2) The U.S.N.S. Harkness (T-AG-32).
  (b) TRANSFER OF VESSEL FOR EDUCATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PURPOSES- (1)
  Notwithstanding subsection (c) of section 7308 of title 10, United States
  Code, but subject to subsections (a) and (b) of that section, the Secretary
  of the Navy or the Secretary of Transportation (depending on which Secretary
  has jurisdiction over the vessel) may transfer the obsolete vessel Wahkiakum
  County (LST 1162) to the organization known as Ships for Youth and the
  Environment, a nonprofit corporation operating under the laws of the State
  of California, to be used for education and environmental purposes.
  (2) The Secretary making the transfer under paragraph (1) may require
  such terms and conditions in connection with the transfer as the Secretary
  considers appropriate.
SEC. 1015. REPORT ON COMPLIANCE WITH DOMESTIC SHIP REPAIR LAW.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- The Secretary of the Navy shall submit to Congress a
  report describing the practice of the Department of the Navy in complying
  with section 7309 of title 10, United States Code, relating to restrictions
  on construction or repair of vessels in foreign shipyards. The Secretary
  shall include in such report sufficient data to demonstrate the degree of
  compliance or noncompliance of the Department of the Navy with that section.
  (b) DEADLINE FOR REPORT- The report required by subsection (a) shall be
  submitted not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 1016. REPEAL OF REQUIREMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF COMBATANT AND ESCORT
VESSELS IN NAVY YARDS.
  (a) REPEAL- Subsection (a) of section 7299a of title 10, United States Code,
  is repealed.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENTS- (1) Subsections (b), (c), and (d) of section
  7299a of title 10, United States Code, are redesignated as subsections (a),
  (b), and (c), respectively.
  (2) Paragraph (2) of subsection (c) of such section, as so redesignated,
  is amended by striking out `subsection (b)' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `subsection (a)'.
Subtitle C--Fast Sealift Program
SEC. 1021. PROCUREMENT OF SHIPS FOR THE FAST SEALIFT PROGRAM.
  (a) ACQUISITION AND CONVERSION OF U.S. BUILT VESSELS- Notwithstanding any
  other provision of law, the Secretary of the Navy may use funds available
  for the Fast Sealift Program--
  (1) to acquire vessels for the program from among available vessels built
  in United States shipyards; and
  (2) to convert in United States shipyards vessels built in United States
  shipyards.
  (b) ACQUISITION OF FIVE FOREIGN-BUILT VESSELS- Notwithstanding any other
  provision of law, funds available for the Fast Sealift Program may be used
  for the acquisition of five vessels built in foreign shipyards and for
  conversion of those vessels in United States shipyards if the Secretary
  of the Navy determines that acquisition of those vessels is necessary to
  expedite the availability of vessels for sealift.
SEC. 1022. MODIFICATION OF FAST SEALIFT PROGRAM.
  Section 1424(b) of Public Law 101-510 (104 Stat. 1683), as amended by
  section 1015 of Public Law 102-190 (105 Stat. 1458), is amended by striking
  out paragraph (4) and inserting in lieu thereof the following new paragraphs:
  `(4) The vessels constructed under the program shall incorporate propulsion
  systems whose main components (that is, the engines, reduction gears,
  and propellers) are manufactured in the United States.
  `(5) The vessels constructed under the program shall incorporate bridge
  and machinery control systems and interior communications equipment which--
  `(A) are manufactured in the United States; and
  `(B) have more than half of their value, in terms of cost, added in the
  United States.
  `(6) The Secretary of Defense may waive the requirement of paragraph (5)
  with respect to a system or equipment described in that paragraph if--
  `(A) the system or equipment is not available; or
  `(B) the costs of compliance would be unreasonable compared to the costs
  of purchase from a foreign manufacturer.'.
SEC. 1023. REPORT ON OBLIGATIONS FOR STRATEGIC SEALIFT.
  (a) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Congress a report
  on the specific purposes for which the Secretary intends to obligate during
  fiscal year 1993 the funds available for the procurement of strategic
  sealift. The information in the report shall be presented by program,
  project, and activity.
  (b) LIMITATION- Funds appropriated to the Navy for procurement for
  shipbuilding and conversion and available for strategic sealift may not
  be obligated during fiscal year 1993 until 30 days after the date on which
  the Secretary of Defense submits the report required by subsection (a).
SEC. 1024.  NATIONAL DEFENSE SEALIFT FUND.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT AND USE OF FUND- (1)  Chapter 131 of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2218.  National Defense Sealift Fund
  `(a) ESTABLISHMENT- There is established in the Treasury of the United
  States a fund to be known as the `National Defense Sealift Fund'.
  `(b) ADMINISTRATION OF FUND- The Secretary of Defense shall administer
  the Fund consistent with the provisions of this section.
  `(c) FUND PURPOSES- (1) Funds in the National Defense Sealift Fund shall
  be available for obligation and expenditure only for--
  `(A) construction (including design of vessels), purchase, alteration,
  and conversion of Department of Defense sealift vessels;
  `(B) operation, maintenance, and lease or charter of Department of Defense
  vessels for national defense purposes;
  `(C) installation and maintenance of defense features for national defense
  purposes on privately owned and operated vessels that are constructed in
  the United States and documented under the laws of the United States; and
  `(D) research and development relating to national defense sealift.
  `(2) Funds in the National Defense Sealift Fund may be obligated or expended
  only for programs, projects, and activities and only in amounts authorized
  in, or otherwise permitted under, an Act other than an appropriations Act.
  `(3) Funds obligated and expended for a purpose set forth in subparagraph
  (B) or (D) of paragraph (1) may be derived only from funds deposited in
  the National Defense Sealift Fund pursuant to subsection (d)(1).
  `(d) DEPOSITS- There shall be deposited in the Fund the following:
  `(1) All funds appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years
  after fiscal year 1993 for--
  `(A) construction (including design of vessels), purchase, alteration,
  and conversion of national defense sealift vessels;
  `(B) operations, maintenance, and lease or charter of national defense
  sealift vessels;
  `(C) installation and maintenance of defense features for national defense
  purposes on privately owned and operated vessels; and
  `(D) research and development relating to national defense sealift.
  `(2) All receipts from the disposition of national defense sealift vessels,
  excluding receipts from the sale, exchange, or scrapping of National Defense
  Reserve Fleet vessels under sections 508 and 510 of the Merchant Marine
  Act of 1936 (46 U.S.C. App. 1158, 1160), shall be deposited in the Fund.
  `(3) All receipts from the charter of vessels under section 1424(c) of the
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (10 U.S.C. 7291
  note).
  `(e) ACCEPTANCE OF SUPPORT- (1)  The Secretary of Defense may accept
  from any person, foreign government, or international organization any
  contribution of money, personal property (excluding vessels), or assistance
  in kind for support of the sealift functions of the Department of Defense.
  `(2) Any contribution of property accepted under paragraph (1) may be
  retained and used by the Department of Defense or disposed of in accordance
  with procedures prescribed by the Secretary of Defense.
  `(3) The Secretary of Defense shall deposit in the Fund money and receipts
  from the disposition of any property accepted under paragraph (1).
  `(f) LIMITATIONS- (1) Not more than a total of five vessels built in
  foreign ship yards may be purchased with funds in the National Defense
  Sealift Fund pursuant to subsection (c)(1).
  `(2) Construction, alteration, or conversion of vessels with funds in
  the National Defense Sealift Fund pursuant to subsection (c)(1) shall
  be conducted in United States ship yards and shall be subject to section
  1424(b) of Public Law 101-510 (104 Stat. 1683).
  `(g) EXPIRATION OF FUNDS AFTER 5 YEARS- No part of an appropriation that
  is deposited in the National Defense Sealift Fund pursuant to subsection
  (d)(1) shall remain available for obligation more than five years after the
  end of fiscal year for which appropriated except to the extent specifically
  provided by law.
  `(h) BUDGET REQUESTS- Budget requests submitted to Congress for the National
  Defense Sealift Fund shall separately identify--
  `(1) the amount requested for programs, projects, and activities for
  construction (including design of vessels), purchase, alteration, and
  conversion of national defense sealift vessels;
  `(2) the amount requested for programs, projects, and activities for
  operation, maintenance, and lease or charter of national defense sealift
  vessels;
  `(3) the amount requested for programs, projects, and activities for
  installation and maintenance of defense features for national defense
  purposes on privately owned and operated vessels that are constructed in
  the United States and documented under the laws of the United States; and
  `(4) the amount requested for programs, projects, and activities for
  research and development relating to national defense sealift.
  `(i) TITLE OR MANAGEMENT OF VESSELS- Nothing in this section shall
  be construed to affect or modify title to, management of, or funding
  responsibilities for, any vessel of the National Defense Reserve Fleet,
  or assigned to the Ready Reserve Force component of the National Defense
  Reserve Fleet, as established by section 11 of the Merchant Ship Sales
  Act of 1946 (50 U.S.C. App. 1744).
  `(j) AUTHORITY FOR CERTAIN USE OF FUNDS- Upon a determination by the
  Secretary of Defense that such action serves the national defense
  interest and after consultation with the Committees on Armed Services
  and on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives,
  the Secretary may use funds available for obligation or expenditure for a
  purpose specified under subsection (c)(1) (A), (B), (C), and (D) for any
  purpose under subsection (c)(1).
  `(k) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  `(1)  The term `Fund' means the National Defense Sealift Fund established
  by subsection (a).
  `(2) The term `Department of Defense sealift vessel' means any ship owned,
  operated, controlled, or chartered by the Department of Defense that is--
  `(A) a fast sealift ship, including any vessel in the Fast Sealift Program
  established under section 1424 of Public Law 101-510 (104 Stat. 1683);
  `(B) a maritime prepositioning ship;
  `(C) an afloat prepositioning ship;
  `(D) an aviation maintenance support ship; or
  `(E) a hospital ship.
  `(3) The term `national defense sealift vessel' means--
  `(A) a Department of Defense sealift vessel; and
  `(B) a national defense reserve fleet vessel, including a vessel in the
  Ready Reserve Force maintained under section 11 of the Merchant Ship Sales
  Act of 1946 (50 U.S.C. App. 1744).'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  adding at the end the following new item:
`2218.  National Defense Sealift Fund.'.
  (b) TRANSFER AUTHORITY- (1) Subject to paragraph (2), and to the extent
  provided in appropriations Acts, the Secretary of Defense may transfer to
  the National Defense Sealift Fund for construction (including design of
  vessels), purchase, alteration, and conversion of Department of Defense
  sealift vessels not to exceed $1,875,100,000 from unobligated balances of
  appropriations made to the Navy for fiscal years 1990, 1991, and 1992 for
  shipbuilding and conversion, Navy, for sealift.
  (2) Funds transferred to the National Defense Sealift Fund pursuant to
  paragraph (1) shall remain available for the same period for which the
  transferred funds were originally appropriated.
  (c) AUTHORIZATION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993- There is authorized to be
  appropriated to the National Defense Sealift Fund for fiscal year 1993
  $613,200,000 for construction (including design of vessels), purchase,
  alteration, and conversion of national defense sealift vessels or for
  installation and maintenance of defense features necessary for the national
  defense for national defense purposes on privately owned and operated
  vessels that are constructed in the United States and documented under
  the laws of the United States.
  (d) FISCAL YEAR 1993 LIMITATION- Not more than $10,000,000 in the National
  Defense Sealift Fund may be obligated during fiscal year 1993 until 30
  days after the date on which the Secretary of Defense submits to Congress
  a report on the specific purposes for which funds made available from such
  Fund during fiscal year 1993 are to be used. The information in the report
  shall be stated by program, project, and activity.
Subtitle D--Defense Maritime Logistical Readiness
SEC. 1031. REVITALIZATION OF UNITED STATES SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY.
  (a) IN GENERAL- The Secretary of Defense shall require that all sealift
  ships built under the fast sealift program established in section 1424 of
  the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law
  101-510; 104 Stat. 1683) shall be constructed and designed to commercial
  specifications.
  (b) INTERAGENCY WORKING GROUP TO FORMULATE A PROGRAM TO PRESERVE SHIPYARD
  INDUSTRIAL BASE- (1) Not later than March 1, 1993, the President shall
  establish an interagency working group for the sole purpose of developing
  and implementing a comprehensive plan to enable and ensure that domestic
  shipyards can compete effectively in the international shipbuilding market.
  (2) The working group shall include representatives from all appropriate
  agencies, including the Department of Defense, the Department of State, the
  Department of Commerce, the Department of Transportation, the Department
  of Labor, the Office of the United States Trade Representative, and the
  Maritime Administration.
  (3) The President shall submit to Congress the comprehensive plan developed
  by the working group not later than October 1, 1993.
  (c) REPORT ON SHIP DUMPING PRACTICES- The Secretary of Transportation
  shall prepare a report on the countries that provide subsidies for the
  construction or repair of vessels in foreign shipyards or that engage in
  ship dumping practices.
  (d) REPORT ON DEFENSE CONTRACTS- The Secretary of Defense shall prepare
  a report on--
  (1) the amount of Department of Defense contracts that were awarded to
  companies physically located or headquartered in the countries identified
  in the Secretary of Transportation's report under subsection (d) for the
  most recent year for which data is available; and
  (2) the effect on defense programs of a prohibition of awarding contracts
  to companies physically located or headquartered in the countries identified
  in the Secretary of Transportation's report under subsection (d).
  (e) REPORT ON ADEQUACY OF UNITED STATES SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY- The Secretary
  of Defense shall prepare a report on--
  (1) the adequacy of United States shipbuilding industry to meet military
  requirements, including sealift, during the period of 1994 through 1999; and
  (2) the causes of any inadequacy identified and actions that could be
  taken to correct such inadequacies.
  (f) SUBMISSION OF REPORTS- The reports under subsections (c), (d), and
  (e) shall be submitted to Congress with the President's budget for fiscal
  year 1994.
  (g) PENALTY FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY- (1) Except as provided in paragraph
  (2), if the President fails to submit to Congress a comprehensive plan
  as required by subsection (b) by October 1, 1993, no funds appropriated
  to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1994 may be used to enter
  into a contract for the construction, repair, or purchase of any product
  or service with any company that has headquarters in any country that
  continues to provide a subsidy to a foreign shipyard for the construction
  or repair of vessels or that engages in ship dumping practices.
  (2) Paragraph (1) shall not apply if the President--
  (A) notifies Congress that he is unable to submit the plan by the time
  required under subsection (c); and
  (B) includes with the notice a brief explanation of the reasons for the
  delay and a statement that the plan will be submitted by April 15, 1994.
  (h) DEFINITIONS- For purposes of subsection (c):
  (1) The term `foreign shipyard' includes a ship construction or repair
  facility located in a foreign country that is directly or indirectly owned,
  controlled, managed, or financed by a foreign shipyard that receives or
  benefits from a subsidy.
  (2) The term `subsidy' includes any of the following:
  (A) Officially supported export credits and development assistance.
  (B) Direct official operating support to the commercial shipbuilding
  and repair industry, or to a related entity that favors the operation of
  shipbuilding and repair, including--
  (i) grants;
  (ii) loans and loan guarantees other than those available on the commercial
  market;
  (iii) forgiveness of debt;
  (iv) equity infusions on terms inconsistent with commercially reasonable
  investment practices;
  (v) preferential provision of goods and services; and
  (vi) public sector ownership of commercial shipyards on terms inconsistent
  with commercially reasonable investment practices.
  (C) Direct official support for investment in the commercial shipbuilding
  and repair industry, or to a related entity that favors the operation of
  shipbuilding and repair, including the kinds of support listed in clauses
  (i) through (v) of subparagraph (B), and any restructuring support, except
  public support for social purposes directly and effectively linked to
  shipyard closures.
  (D) Assistance in the form of grants, preferential loans, preferential
  tax treatment, or otherwise, that benefits or is directly related to
  shipbuilding and repair for purposes of research and development that is
  not equally open to domestic and foreign enterprises.
  (E) Tax policies and practices that favor the shipbuilding and repair
  industry, directly or indirectly, such as tax credits, deductions,
  exemptions and preferences, including accelerated depreciation, if the
  benefits are not generally available to persons or firms not engaged in
  shipbuilding or repair.
  (F) Any official regulation or practice that authorizes or encourages persons
  or firms engaged in shipbuilding or repair to enter into anticompetitive
  arrangements.
  (G) Any indirect support directly related, in law or in fact, to shipbuilding
  and repair at national yards, including any public assistance favoring
  shipowners with an indirect effect on shipbuilding or repair activities, and
  any assistance provided to suppliers of significant inputs to shipbuilding,
  which results in benefits to domestic shipbuilders.
  (H) Any export subsidy identified in the Illustrative List of Export
  Subsidies in the Annex to the Agreement on Interpretation and Application
  of Articles VI, XVI, and XXIII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and
  Trade or any other export subsidy that may be prohibited as a result of
  the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations.
  (3) The term `vessel' means any self-propelled, sea-going vessel--
  (A) of not less than 100 gross tons, as measured under the International
  Convention of Tonnage Measurement of Ships, 1969; and
  (B) not exempt from entry under section 441 of the Tariff Act of 1930
  (19 U.S.C. 1431).
Subtitle E--Counter-Drug Activities
SEC. 1041. ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FOR COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES.
  (a) SUPPORT AUTHORIZED- Subsection (a) of section 1004 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 10
  U.S.C. 374 note) is amended by striking out `and 1993,' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `1993, and 1994,'.
  (b) TYPES OF SUPPORT- Subsection (b) of such section is amended--
  (1) by striking out paragraph (6) and inserting in lieu thereof the
  following new paragraph:
  `(6) The detection, monitoring, and communication of the movement of--
  `(A) air and sea traffic within 25 miles of and outside the geographic
  boundaries of the United States; and
  `(B) surface traffic outside the geographic boundary of the United States
  and within the United States not to exceed 25 miles of the boundary if
  the initial detection occurred outside of the boundary.'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(9) The provision of linguist and intelligence analysis services.'.
  (c) LIMITATION ON COUNTER-DRUG REQUIREMENTS- (1) Such section is further
  amended--
  (A) by redesignating subsections (c) through (g) as subsections (d) through
  (h), respectively; and
  (B) by inserting after subsection (b) the following new subsection:
  `(c) LIMITATION ON COUNTER-DRUG REQUIREMENTS- The Secretary of Defense
  may not limit the requirements for which support may be provided under
  subsection (a) only to critical, emergent, or unanticipated requirements.'.
  (2) Subsection (g)(2) of such section, as redesignated by paragraph (1),
  is amended by striking out `subsection (d)' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `subsection (e)'.
  (d) FUNDING OF SUPPORT ACTIVITIES- (1) Such section is further amended by
  striking out subsection (h), as redesignated by subsection (c)(1).
  (2) Of the amount authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1993
  under section 301(14) for operation and maintenance with respect to drug
  interdiction and counter-drug activities, $40,000,000 shall be available to
  the Secretary of Defense for the purposes of carrying out section 1004 of the
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (10 U.S.C. 374 note).
SEC. 1042. MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT.
  Section 374(b) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (2)--
  (A) by redesignating subparagraphs (B), (C), (D), and (E) as subparagraphs
  (C), (D), (E), and (F), respectively; and
  (B) by inserting after subparagraph (A) the following new subparagraph:
  `(B) Detection, monitoring, and communication of the movement of surface
  traffic outside of the geographic boundary of the United States and within
  the United States not to exceed 25 miles of the boundary if the initial
  detection occurred outside of the boundary.'; and
  (2) in paragraph (3), by striking out `paragraph (2)(C)' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `paragraph (2)(D)'.
SEC. 1043. COUNTER-DRUG DETECTION AND MONITORING SYSTEMS PLAN.
  (a) REQUIREMENTS OF DETECTION AND MONITORING SYSTEMS- The Secretary
  of Defense shall establish requirements for counter-drug detection and
  monitoring systems to be used by the Department of Defense in the performance
  of its mission under section 124(a) of title 10, United States Code, as
  lead agency of the Federal Government for the detection and monitoring
  of the transit of illegal drugs into the United States. Such requirements
  shall be designed--
  (1) to minimize unnecessary redundancy between counter-drug detection and
  monitoring systems;
  (2) to grant priority to assets and technologies of the Department of
  Defense that are already in existence or that would require little additional
  development to be available for use in the performance of such mission;
  (3) to promote commonality and interoperability between counter-drug
  detection and monitoring systems in a cost-effective manner; and
  (4) to maximize the potential of using counter-drug detection and monitoring
  systems for other defense missions whenever practicable.
  (b) EVALUATION OF SYSTEMS- The Secretary of Defense shall identify and
  evaluate existing and proposed counter-drug detection and monitoring systems
  in light of the requirements established under subsection (a). In carrying
  out such evaluation, the Secretary shall--
  (1) assess the capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses of counter-drug
  detection and monitoring systems; and
  (2) determine the optimal and most cost-effective combination of use of
  counter-drug detection and monitoring systems to carry out activities
  relating to the reconnaissance, detection, and monitoring of drug traffic.
  (c) SYSTEMS PLAN- Based on the results of the evaluation under subsection
  (b), the Secretary of Defense shall prepare a plan for the development,
  acquisition, and use of improved counter-drug detection and monitoring
  systems by the Armed Forces. In developing the plan, the Secretary shall also
  make every effort to determine which counter-drug detection and monitoring
  systems should be eliminated from the counter-drug program based on the
  results of such evaluation. The plan shall include an estimate by the
  Secretary of the full cost to implement the plan, including the cost to
  develop, procure, operate, and maintain equipment used in counter-drug
  detection and monitoring activities performed under the plan and training
  and personnel costs associated with such activities.
  (d) REPORT- Not later than six months after the date of the enactment of
  this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report on
  the requirements established under subsection (a) and the results of the
  evaluation conducted under subsection (b). The report shall include the
  plan prepared under subsection (c).
  (e) LIMITATION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS- (1) Except as provided in paragraph
  (2), none of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available for the
  Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 pursuant to an authorization of
  appropriations in this Act may be obligated or expended for the procurement
  or upgrading of a counter-drug detection and monitoring system, for research
  and development with respect to such a system, or for the lease or rental
  of such a system until after the date on which the Secretary of Defense
  submits to Congress the report required under subsection (d).
  (2) Paragraph (1) shall not prohibit obligations or expenditures of
  funds for--
  (A) any procurement, upgrading, research and development, or lease of a
  counter-drug detection and monitoring system that is necessary to carry
  out the evaluation required under subsection (b); or
  (B) the operation and maintenance of counter-drug detection and monitoring
  systems used by the Department of Defense as of the date of the enactment
  of this Act.
  (f) DEFINITION- For purposes of this section, the term `counter-drug
  detection and monitoring systems' means land-, air-, and sea-based detection
  and monitoring systems suitable for use by the Department of Defense in
  the performance of its mission--
  (1) under section 124(a) of title 10, United States Code, as lead agency
  of the Federal Government for the detection and monitoring of the aerial
  and maritime transit of illegal drugs into the United States; and
  (2) to provide support to law enforcement agencies in the detection,
  monitoring, and communication of the movement of traffic at, near, and
  outside the geographic boundaries of the United States.
SEC. 1044. EXTENSION OF AUTHORITY TO TRANSFER EXCESS PERSONAL PROPERTY.
  Section 1208(c) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189; 10 U.S.C. 372 note) is amended by striking
  out `September 30, 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof `September 30, 1997'.
SEC. 1045. PILOT OUTREACH PROGRAM TO REDUCE DEMAND FOR ILLEGAL DRUGS.
  (a) PILOT PROGRAM- The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a pilot outreach
  program to reduce the demand for illegal drugs. The program shall include
  outreach activities by the active and reserve components of the Armed
  Forces and shall focus primarily on youths in general and inner-city youths
  in particular.
  (b) PAYMENT OF TRAVEL AND LIVING EXPENSES- The Secretary of Defense may
  provide travel and living allowances to members of the Armed Forces who
  participate in the pilot outreach program to permit such members to carry
  out demand reduction activities in areas beyond the vicinity of military
  installations and National Guard facilities.
  (c) FUNDING- Funds available to the Department of Defense for drug
  interdiction and counter-drug activities may be used for carrying out the
  pilot outreach program described in subsection (a).
  (d) DURATION OF PROGRAM- The pilot outreach program described in subsection
  (a) shall be conducted for a test period ending three years after the date
  of the enactment of this Act.
  (e) REPORT- Not later than two years after the date of the enactment of this
  Act, the Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Congress a report that
  assesses the effectiveness of the pilot outreach program and includes the
  recommendations of the Secretary regarding the continuation of the program.
Subtitle F--Technical and Clerical Amendments
SEC. 1051. REORGANIZATION OF SECTION 101 DEFINITIONS.
  (a) `IN GENERAL- Section 101 of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
`Sec. 101. Definitions
  `(a) IN GENERAL- The following definitions apply in this title:
  `(1) The term `United States', in a geographic sense, means the States
  and the District of Columbia.
  `(2) The term `Territory' (except as provided in section 101(1) of title
  32 for laws relating to the militia, the National Guard, the Army National
  Guard of the United States, and the Air National Guard of the United States)
  means any Territory organized after August 10, 1956, so long as it remains
  a Territory.
  `(3) The term `possessions' includes the Virgin Islands, Guam, American
  Samoa, and the Guano Islands, so long as they remain possessions, but does
  not include any Territory or Commonwealth.
  `(4) The term `armed forces' means the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps,
  and Coast Guard.
  `(5) The term `uniformed services' means--
  `(A) the armed forces;
  `(B) the commissioned corps of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
  Administration; and
  `(C) the commissioned corps of the Public Health Service.
  `(6) The term `department', when used with respect to a military department,
  means the executive part of the department and all field headquarters,
  forces, reserve components, installations, activities, and functions under
  the control or supervision of the Secretary of the department. When used
  with respect to the Department of Defense, such term means the executive
  part of the department, including the executive parts of the military
  departments, and all field headquarters, forces, reserve components,
  installations, activities, and functions under the control or supervision
  of the Secretary of Defense, including those of the military departments.
  `(7) The term `executive part of the department' means the executive part of
  the Department of Defense, Department of the Army, Department of the Navy, or
  Department of the Air Force, as the case may be, at the seat of government.
  `(8) The term `military departments' means the Department of the Army,
  the Department of the Navy, and the Department of the Air Force.
  `(9) The term `Secretary concerned' means--
  `(A) the Secretary of the Army, with respect to matters concerning the Army;
  `(B) the Secretary of the Navy, with respect to matters concerning the
  Navy, the Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard when it is operating as a
  service in the Department of the Navy;
  `(C) the Secretary of the Air Force, with respect to matters concerning
  the Air Force; and
  `(D) the Secretary of Transportation, with respect to matters concerning
  the Coast Guard when it is not operating as a service in the Department
  of the Navy.
  `(10) The term `service acquisition executive' means the civilian official
  within a military department who is designated as the service acquisition
  executive for purposes of regulations and procedures providing for a
  service acquisition executive for that military department.
  `(11) The term `Defense Agency' means an organizational entity of the
  Department of Defense--
  `(A) that is established by the Secretary of Defense under section 191 of
  this title (or under the second sentence of section 125(d) of this title (as
  in effect before October 1, 1986)) to perform a supply or service activity
  common to more than one military department (other than such an entity that
  is designated by the Secretary as a Department of Defense Field Activity); or
  `(B) that is designated by the Secretary of Defense as a Defense Agency.
  `(12) The term `Department of Defense Field Activity' means an organizational
  entity of the Department of Defense--
  `(A) that is established by the Secretary of Defense under section 191 of
  this title (or under the second sentence of section 125(d) of this title
  (as in effect before October 1, 1986)) to perform a supply or service
  activity common to more than one military department; and
  `(B) that is designated by the Secretary of Defense as a Department of
  Defense Field Activity.
  `(13) The term `contingency operation' means a military operation that--
  `(A) is designated by the Secretary of Defense as an operation in which
  members of the armed forces are or may become involved in military actions,
  operations, or hostilities against an enemy of the United States or against
  an opposing military force; or
  `(B) results in the call or order to, or retention on, active duty of
  members of the uniformed services under section 672(a), 673, 673b, 673c,
  688, 3500, or 8500 of this title, chapter 15 of this title, or any other
  provision of law during a war or during a national emergency declared by
  the President or Congress.
  `(14) The term `supplies' includes material, equipment, and stores of
  all kinds.
  `(15) The term `pay' includes basic pay, special pay, retainer pay, incentive
  pay, retired pay, and equivalent pay, but does not include allowances.
  `(b) PERSONNEL GENERALLY- The following definitions relating to military
  personnel apply in this title:
  `(1) The term `officer' means a commissioned or warrant officer.
  `(2) The term `commissioned officer' includes a commissioned warrant officer.
  `(3) The term `warrant officer' means a person who holds a commission or
  warrant in a warrant officer grade.
  `(4) The term `general officer' means an officer of the Army, Air Force,
  or Marine Corps serving in or having the grade of general, lieutenant
  general, major general, or brigadier general.
  `(5) The term `flag officer' means an officer of the Navy or Coast Guard
  serving in or having the grade of admiral, vice admiral, rear admiral,
  or rear admiral (lower half).
  `(6) The term `enlisted member' means a person in an enlisted grade.
  `(7) The term `grade' means a step or degree, in a graduated scale of
  office or military rank, that is established and designated as a grade by
  law or regulation.
  `(8) The term `rank' means the order of precedence among members of the
  armed forces.
  `(9) The term `rating' means the name (such as `boatswain's mate') prescribed
  for members of an armed force in an occupational field. The term `rate'
  means the name (such as `chief boatswain's mate') prescribed for members
  in the same rating or other category who are in the same grade (such as
  chief petty officer or seaman apprentice).
  `(10) The term `original', with respect to the appointment of a member of
  the armed forces in a regular or reserve component, refers to that member's
  most recent appointment in that component that is neither a promotion nor
  a demotion.
  `(11) The term `authorized strength' means the largest number of members
  authorized to be in an armed force, a component, a branch, a grade, or
  any other category of the armed forces.
  `(12) The term `regular', with respect to an enlistment, appointment,
  grade, or office, means enlistment, appointment, grade, or office in a
  regular component of an armed force.
  `(13) The term `active-duty list' means a single list for the Army, Navy,
  Air Force, or Marine Corps (required to be maintained under section 620 of
  this title) which contains the names of all officers of that armed force,
  other than officers described in section 641 of this title, who are serving
  on active duty.
  `(14) The term `medical officer' means an officer of the Medical Corps of
  the Army, an officer of the Medical Corps of the Navy, or an officer in
  the Air Force designated as a medical officer.
  `(15) The term `dental officer' means an officer of the Dental Corps of
  the Army, an officer of the Dental Corps of the Navy, or an officer of
  the Air Force designated as a dental officer.
  `(c) RESERVE COMPONENTS- The following definitions relating to the reserve
  components apply in this title:
  `(1) The term `National Guard' means the Army National Guard and the Air
  National Guard.
  `(2) The term `Army National Guard' means that part of the organized militia
  of the several States and Territories, Puerto Rico, and the District of
  Columbia, active and inactive, that--
  `(A) is a land force;
  `(B) is trained, and has its officers appointed, under the sixteenth clause
  of section 8, article I, of the Constitution;
  `(C) is organized, armed, and equipped wholly or partly at Federal
  expense; and
  `(D) is federally recognized.
  `(3) The term `Army National Guard of the United States' means the
  reserve component of the Army all of whose members are members of the Army
  National Guard.
  `(4) The term `Air National Guard' means that part of the organized militia
  of the several States and Territories, Puerto Rico, and the District of
  Columbia, active and inactive, that--
  `(A) is an air force;
  `(B) is trained, and has its officers appointed, under the sixteenth clause
  of section 8, article I, of the Constitution;
  `(C) is organized, armed, and equipped wholly or partly at Federal
  expense; and
  `(D) is federally recognized.
  `(5) The term `Air National Guard of the United States' means the reserve
  component of the Air Force all of whose members are members of the Air
  National Guard.
  `(6) The term `reserve', with respect to an enlistment, appointment,
  grade, or office, means enlistment, appointment, grade, or office held as
  a Reserve of one of the armed forces.
  `(d) DUTY STATUS- The following definitions relating to duty status apply
  in this title:
  `(1) The term `active duty' means full-time duty in the active military
  service of the United States. Such term includes full-time training duty,
  annual training duty, and attendance, while in the active military service,
  at a school designated as a service school by law or by the Secretary of
  the military department concerned. Such term does not include full-time
  National Guard duty.
  `(2) The term `active duty for a period of more than 30 days' means active
  duty under a call or order that does not specify a period of 30 days or less.
  `(3) The term `active service' means service on active duty or full-time
  National Guard duty.
  `(4) The term `active status' means the status of a reserve commissioned
  officer, other than a commissioned warrant officer, who is not in the
  inactive Army National Guard or inactive Air National Guard, on an inactive
  status list, or in the Retired Reserve.
  `(5) The term `full-time National Guard duty' means training or other duty,
  other than inactive duty, performed by a member of the Army National Guard
  of the United States or the Air National Guard of the United States in the
  member's status as a member of the National Guard of a State or territory,
  the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or the District of Columbia under section
  316, 502, 503, 504, or 505 of title 32 for which the member is entitled
  to pay from the United States or for which the member has waived pay from
  the United States.
  `(6) The term `inactive-duty training' means--
  `(A) duty prescribed for Reserves by the Secretary concerned under section
  206 of title 37 or any other provision of law; and
  `(B) special additional duties authorized for Reserves by an authority
  designated by the Secretary concerned and performed by them on a voluntary
  basis in connection with the prescribed training or maintenance activities
  of the units to which they are assigned.
Such term includes those duties when performed by Reserves in their status
as members of the National Guard.
  `(e) RULES OF CONSTRUCTION- In this title--
  `(1) `shall' is used in an imperative sense;
  `(2) `may' is used in a permissive sense;
  `(3) `no person may * * *' means that no person is required, authorized,
  or permitted to do the act prescribed;
  `(4) `includes' means `includes but is not limited to'; and
  `(5) `spouse' means husband or wife, as the case may be.
  `(f) REFERENCE TO TITLE 1 DEFINITIONS- For other definitions applicable
  to this title, see sections 1 through 5 of title 1.'.
  (b) CROSS REFERENCE CORRECTIONS-
  (1) Section 232(7) of title 18, United States Code, is amended--
  (A) by striking out `, but shall not be limited to, members of the National
  Guard, as defined in section 101(9) of title 10, United States Code,'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `members of the National Guard (as defined
  in section 101 of title 10),'; and
  (B) by striking out `, not included within the definition of National Guard
  as defined by such section 101(9),' and inserting in lieu thereof `not
  included within the National Guard (as defined in section 101 of title 10),'.
  (2) Section 101(26) of title 37, United States Code, is amended by striking
  out `section 101(47) of title 10,' and inserting in lieu thereof `section
  101 of title 10,'.
  (3) Section 3401(a)(1) of title 39, United States Code, is amended by
  striking out `section 101(4) and (22) of title 10,' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `section 101 of title 10,'.
SEC. 1052. MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS TO TITLE 10, UNITED STATES CODE.
  Title 10, United States Code, is amended as follows:
  (1) The table of sections at the beginning of subchapter II of chapter 21
  is amended by inserting `Sec.' above `431.'.
  (2) Section 571(a) is amended by inserting a period at the end of each
  item in the table.
  (3) Section 574(d)(3) is amended by striking out `active duty list' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `active-duty list'.
  (4) The heading of section 578 is amended by striking out the first
  semicolon and inserting in lieu thereof a colon.
  (5) Section 581(d)(2) is amended by striking out `Board' both places it
  appears and inserting in lieu thereof `board'.
  (6) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 33A is amended--
  (A) by inserting `to be' in the item relating to section 576 after
  `Information'; and
  (B) by striking out the first semicolon in the item relating to section
  578 and inserting in lieu thereof a colon.
  (7) Section 615 is amended--
  (A) in subsection (b)(5), by striking out `subsection (b)'  and inserting
  in lieu thereof `subsection (c)'; and
  (B) in subsection (d), by striking out `subsection (a)' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `subsection (b)'.
  (8) Sections 616(a), 617(a), 618(a)(1), and 618(a)(2) are each amended by
  striking out `section 615(a)' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 615(b)'.
  (9) Section 618(b) is amended by striking out `section 615(b)' in paragraphs
  (2)(A) and (4) and inserting in lieu thereof `section 615(c)'.
  (10) Section 628(b)(1) is amended by striking out `section 558' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `section 573'.
  (11) Section 945(a)(1) is amended by striking out `section 943(e)(1)(B)
  of this title (art. 143(e)(1)(B))' and inserting in lieu thereof `section
  942(e)(1)(B) of this title (article 142(e)(1)(B))'.
  (12) Section 1052(b) is amended by inserting a close parenthesis before
  the period at the end.
  (13) Section 1079(j)(2)(B) is amended by inserting a close parenthesis after
  `1395x(dd)(2)'.
  (14) Section 1104 is amended--
  (A) by striking out `section 5011 of title 38' in subsections (a), (b),
  and (c) and inserting in lieu thereof `section 8011 of title 38'; and
  (B) by striking out `section 5011A of title 38' in subsection (d) and
  inserting in lieu thereof `section 8011A of title 38'.
  (15) Section 1174a(c)(2) is amended by striking out `the date of the
  enactment of this section' and inserting in lieu thereof `December 5, 1991'.
  (16) Section 1175 is amended--
  (A) in subsection (a), by striking out `Reserve component' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `reserve component'; and
  (B) in subsection(d)(1), by striking out `prior to the time this provision
  is enacted' and inserting in lieu thereof `before December 5, 1991'.
  (17) Section 1263(a) is amended by striking out `564 note' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `580 note'.
  (18) Section 1401(a) is amended by striking out `564' in the column in the
  table under the heading `For sections'  and inserting in lieu thereof `580'.
  (19) Section 1552(a)(2) is amended by striking out `announcing a decision
  not to promote an enlisted member to a higher grade' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `announcing the promotion and appointment of an enlisted member
  to an initial or higher grade or the decision not to promote an enlisted
  member to a higher grade'.
  (20) Section 1581(b) is amended by striking out `the date of the enactment
  of this section' in paragraphs (1) and (2) and inserting in lieu thereof
  `December 5, 1991,'.
  (21) Section 1592 is amended by inserting `section' after `established
  under'.
  (22) Section 1733(b)(1)(B)(ii) is amended by striking out `1736(a)(3)'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `1737(a)(3)'.
  (23) Section 2304(j)(3)(A) is amended by striking out `section 8(e) of
  the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(e))' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `section 8(d) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 637(d))'.
  (24) Section 2307(e) is amended by striking out `(l)' after `(e)' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `(1)'.
  (25)(A) Section 2322 is repealed.
  (B) The table of sections at the beginning of chapter 137 is amended by
  striking out the item relating to section 2322.
  (26) Section 2324 is amended--
  (A) by striking out subsection (f)(5); and
  (B) in subsection (l)--
  (i) by striking out `subsection (e)(2)(C)' in paragraph (2) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `paragraph (3)'; and
  (ii) by adding at the end the following new paragraph:
  `(3) The committees named in this paragraph are--
  `(A) the Committees on Armed Services and on Government Operations of the
  House of Representatives; and
  `(B) the Committees on Armed Services and on Governmental Affairs of
  the Senate.'.
  (27) Section 2372(e)(1) is amended by striking out `on the day before'
  and all that follows through the semicolon and inserting in lieu thereof
  `on December 4, 1991;'.
  (28) Section 2391(b)(1)(C) is amended by striking out `publicly-announced'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `publicly announced'.
  (29) Section 2397(a)(1) is amended by striking out `that contract' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `that the contract'.
  (30)(A) Section 2409(d) is amended to read as follows:
  `(d) COORDINATION WITH SECTION 2409a- This section does not apply in the
  case of an employee who files a timely complaint under section 2409a of
  this title that meets the requirements of regulations promulgated under
  subsection (c) of that section.'.
  (B) The amendment made by subparagraph (A) shall take effect as if enacted
  immediately following the enactment of Public Law 102-25 (105 Stat. 75).
  (31) Section 2411(1)(D) is amended by striking out `organized for' and all
  that follows through the period and inserting in lieu thereof `organized
  for profit purposes or nonprofit purposes.'.
  (32) Section 2503(6) is amended by striking out `section 2508' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `section 2522'.
  (33) Section 2507(d)(3)(A) is amended by striking out `government-owned'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `Government-owned'.
  (34) Section 2509(b) is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (1), by striking out `section 2508' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `section 2522'; and
  (B) in paragraph (5)(B)(ii), by striking out `five-year defense program'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `multiyear defense program'.
  (35) Section 2701(j) is amended by striking out `the date of the enactment
  of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `December 5, 1991,'.
  (36) Section 2708 is amended--
  (A) in subsection (b)(1)--
  (i) by striking out `all contracts' and inserting in lieu thereof `each
  contract'; and
  (ii) by striking out `all subcontracts under such contracts' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `any subcontract under any such contract'; and
  (B) in subsection (d), by striking out `For purposes of' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `In'.
  (37) Section 2801(d) is amended by striking out `sections 2828(g) and 2830'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `sections 2830 and 2835'.
  (38) Section 2902(b)(9) is amended by striking out `non-voting' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `nonvoting'.
  (39) Section 6325(b) is amended by striking out `section 602 or 5721' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `section 602 (as in effect before February 1,
  1992) or section 5721'.
  (40) Section 8252 is amended--
  (A) by striking out `(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), in' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `In'; and
  (B) by striking out subsection (b).
SEC. 1053. AMENDMENTS TO PUBLIC LAW 102-190.
  Effective as of December 5, 1991, the National Defense Authorization Act
  for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190) is amended as follows:
  (1) Section 232(b)(2) (105 Stat. 1321) is amended by inserting `the' after
  `United States and'.
  (2) Section 234(a) (105 Stat. 1323) is amended by striking out `FOLLOW-ON'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `FOLLOW-ON'.
  (3) Section 702(b)(1)(C) (105 Stat. 1401) is amended by striking out
  `(15)(D)' and inserting in lieu thereof `(15)'.
  (4) Section 803(a)(1) (105 Stat. 1414) is amended by inserting open
  quotation marks at the beginning of the unquoted paragraphs (1), (2), and
  (3) (within the quoted material in such section).
  (5) Section 806(c) (105 Stat. 1419) is amended by inserting a close
  parenthesis before the period at the end.
  (6) Section 822(d)(1) (105 Stat. 1435) is amended by striking out `To the
  extent provided' and inserting in lieu thereof `Subject to such limitations
  as may be provided'.
  (7) Section 1049(b) (105 Stat. 1469) is repealed.
  (8) Section 1063(d)(1) (105 Stat. 1476) is amended by striking out `of
  Public Law 101-25' and inserting in lieu thereof `of Public Law 102-25'.
  (9) Section 2870(2) (105 Stat. 1562) is amended by inserting `through'
  after `and all that follows'.
SEC. 1054. AMENDMENTS TO OTHER LAWS.
  (a) TITLE 37, UNITED STATES CODE- Title 37, United States Code, is amended
  as follows:
  (1) Section 301b is amended--
  (A) by striking out subsection (j); and
  (B) by redesignating subsection (k) as subsection (j).
  (2) Section 301d(c) is amended--
  (A) in paragraph (2), by striking out `owned' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `owed'; and
  (B) in paragraph (3), by striking out `the date of the enactment of the
  National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `November 5, 1990'.
  (3) Section 303a(b) is amended by striking out `301d,' after `such sections'.
  (4) Section 406(g)(1)(A) is amended by inserting a semicolon after
  `title 10'.
  (5) Section 406b(d) by striking out `Section 420' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `Section 421'.
  (6) Section 559(c)(3)(A)(i) is amended by striking out `of this
  subparagraph'.
  (7) Section 1007(i)(3) is amended by striking out `and warrant officers' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `, warrant officers, and limited duty officers'.
  (b) 1990 BASE CLOSURE ACT- The Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act
  of 1990 (part A of title XXIX of Public Law 101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note)
  is amended--
  (1) in section 2903(c)(4)--
  (A) by striking out the first sentence; and
  (B) by striking out `(4)' before `In addition to'; and
  (2) in section 2906, by redesignating the second subsection (d) (added by
  section 2827(a)(1) of Public Law 102-190) as subsection (e).
  (c) PUBLIC LAW 102-25- Public Law 102-25 is amended as follows:
  (1) Section 361(d) (105 Stat. 93) is amended by striking out `section 4108(e)
  of title 38,' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 7423(e) of title 38,'.
  (2) Section 702(b)(4) (105 Stat. 117) is amended by striking out `section
  558(c)(3)(A)(i)' and inserting in lieu thereof `section 559(c)(3)(A)(i)'.
  (d) MENTOR-PROTEGE PILOT PROGRAM- Section 831(m) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (10 U.S.C. 2301 note) is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (2)(C), by striking out `637(a)(13)' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `637(a)(15)';
  (2) by redesignating the second paragraph (6) and paragraph (7) as paragraphs
  (7) and (8), respectively; and
  (3) in paragraph (8), as so redesignated, by striking out `section 46 of
  title 41, United States Code,' and inserting in lieu thereof `the first
  section of the Act of June 25, 1938 (41 U.S.C. 46; popularly known as the
  `Wagner-O'Day Act'),'.
  (e) TITLE 31, United States Code-
  (1) The items relating to sections 1551 and 1552 in the table of sections
  at the beginning of chapter 15 of title 31, United States Code, are amended
  to read as follows:
`1551. Definitions; applicability of subchapter.
`1552. Procedure for appropriation accounts available for definite periods.'.
  (2) The heading of section 1551 of such title is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 1551. Definitions; applicability of subchapter'.
  (f) PUBLIC LAW 101-533- Section 3(c)(2) of Public Law 101-533 (22
  U.S.C. 3142) is amended by striking out `section 2368 of title 10' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `section 2522 of title 10'.
  (g) TITLE 14, UNITED STATES CODE- Section 514(b) of title 14, United States
  Code, is amended by inserting a close parenthesis before the period at
  the end.
  (h) PUBLIC LAW 99-661- Section 1408(c) of the Barry Goldwater Scholarship
  and Excellence in Education Act (title XIV of Public Law 99-661; 20
  U.S.C. 4707(c)) is amended by striking out `(except special obligations
  issued exclusively to the fund)'.
  (i) HOMEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM- Section 1013(a)(1) of the Demonstration
  Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of 1966 (42 U.S.C. 3374(a)(1))
  is amended by striking out `serviceman' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `member of the Armed Forces of the United States'.
SEC. 1055. COORDINATION WITH OTHER PROVISIONS OF ACT.
  For purposes of applying the amendments made by provisions of this Act
  other than sections 1052, 1053, and 1054, those sections shall be treated
  as having been enacted immediately before the other provisions of this Act.
Subtitle G--Amendments to the Uniform Code of Military Justice
SEC. 1061. CHIEF JUDGE OF THE COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS.
  (a) DESIGNATION AND TERM OF SERVICE- (1) Section 943(a) (article 143(a))
  of title 10, United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
  `(a) CHIEF JUDGE- (1) The chief judge of the United States Court of Military
  Appeals shall be the judge of the court in regular active service who is
  senior in commission among the judges of the court who--
  `(A) have served for one or more years as judges of the court; and
  `(B) have not previously served as chief judge.
  `(2) In any case in which there is no judge of the court in regular active
  service who has served as a judge of the court for at least one year, the
  judge of the court in regular active service who is senior in commission
  and has not served previously as chief judge shall act as the chief judge.
  `(3) Except as provided in paragraph (4), a judge of the court shall serve
  as the chief judge under paragraph (1) for a term of five years. If no
  other judge is eligible under paragraph (1) to serve as chief judge upon
  the expiration of that term, the chief judge shall continue to serve as
  chief judge until another judge becomes eligible under that paragraph to
  serve as chief judge.
  `(4)(A) The term of a chief judge shall be terminated before the end of
  five years if--
  `(i) the chief judge leaves regular active service as a judge of the
  court; or
  `(ii) the chief judge notifies the other judges of the court in writing
  that such judge desires to be relieved of his duties as chief judge.
  `(B) The effective date of a termination of the term under subparagraph (A)
  shall be the date on which the chief judge leaves regular active service or
  the date of the notification under subparagraph (A)(ii), as the case may be.
  `(5) If a chief judge is temporarily unable to perform his duties as a
  chief judge, the duties shall be performed by the judge of the court in
  active service who is present, able and qualified to act, and is next
  in precedence.'.
  (b) TRANSITION PROVISIONS- For purposes of section 943(a) (article 943(a))
  of title 10, United States Code, as amended by subsection (a)--
  (1) the person serving as the chief judge of the United States Court of
  Military Appeals on the date of the enactment of this Act shall be deemed
  to have been designated as the chief judge under such section; and
  (2) the five-year term provided in paragraph (3) of such section shall
  be deemed to have begun on the date on which such judge was originally
  designated as the chief judge under section 867(a) or 943 of title 10,
  United States Code, as the case may be, as that provision of law was in
  effect on the date of the designation.
SEC. 1062. RETIREMENT OF JUDGES OF THE COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- (1) Section 945 (article 145) of title 10, United States
  Code, is amended by adding at the end the following:
  `(i) ELIGIBILITY TO ELECT BETWEEN RETIREMENT SYSTEMS- (1) This subsection
  applies with respect to any person who--
  `(A) prior to being appointed as a judge of the United States Court of
  Military Appeals, performed civilian service of a type making such person
  subject to the Civil Service Retirement System; and
  `(B) would be eligible to make an election under section 301(a)(2) of
  the Federal Employees' Retirement System Act of 1986, by virtue of being
  appointed as such a judge, but for the fact that such person has not had
  a break in service of sufficient duration to be considered someone who is
  being reemployed by the Federal Government.
  `(2) Any person with respect to whom this subsection applies shall be
  eligible to make an election under section 301(a)(2) of the Federal
  Employees' Retirement System Act of 1986 to the same extent and in the
  same manner (including subject to the condition set forth in section 301(d)
  of such Act) as if such person's appointment constituted reemployment with
  the Federal Government.'.
  (2) The amendment made by paragraph (1) shall apply with respect to any
  appointment which takes effect on or after the date of the enactment of
  this Act.
  (b) ADDITIONAL ELECTIONS- (1) Any individual who is a judge in active
  service on the United States Court of Military Appeals shall be eligible
  to make an election under section 301(a)(2) of the Federal Employees'
  Retirement System Act of 1986 if--
  (A) such individual is such a judge on the date of the enactment of this
  Act; and
  (B) as of the date of the election, such individual is--
  (i) subject to the Civil Service Retirement System; or
  (ii) covered by Social Security but not subject to the Federal Employees'
  Retirement System.
  (2) An election under this subsection--
  (A) shall not be effective unless it is--
  (i) made within 30 days after the date of the enactment of this Act; and
  (ii) in compliance with the condition set forth in section 301(d) of the
  Federal Employees' Retirement System Act of 1986; and
  (B) may not be revoked.
  (3) For the purpose of this subsection, a judge of the United States Court
  of Military Appeals shall be considered to be `covered by Social Security'
  if such judge's service is employment for the purposes of title II of the
  Social Security Act and chapter 21 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
SEC. 1063. JURISDICTION REGARDING OFFENSES COMMITTED DURING PERIODS OF
PRIOR SERVICE.
  Section 803(a) (article 3(a)) of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  to read as follows:
  `(a) Subject to section 843 of this title (article 43), a person who is in
  a status in which the person is subject to this chapter and who committed
  an offense against this chapter while formerly in a status in which the
  person was subject to this chapter is not relieved from amenability to the
  jurisdiction of this chapter for that offense by reason of a termination
  of that person's former status.'.
SEC. 1064. POSTPONEMENT OF CONFINEMENT.
  Section 857 (article 57) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new subsection:
  `(e)(1) In any case in which a court-martial sentences a person referred
  to in paragraph (2) to confinement, the convening authority may postpone
  the service of the sentence to confinement, without the consent of that
  person, until after the person has been permanently released to the armed
  forces by a State or foreign country referred to in that paragraph.
  `(2) Paragraph (1) applies to a person subject to this chapter who--
  `(A) while in the custody of a State or foreign country is temporarily
  returned by that State or foreign country to the armed forces for trial
  by court-martial; and
  `(B) after the court-martial, is returned to that State or foreign country
  under the authority of a mutual agreement or treaty, as the case may be.
  `(3) In this subsection, the term `State' includes the District of Columbia
  and any commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States.'.
SEC. 1065. SENTENCING AT REHEARINGS.
  Section 863 (article 63) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by striking out `imposed' in the second sentence and inserting in lieu
  thereof `approved'; and
  (2) by inserting `approved' in the third sentence after `the pretrial
  agreement, the'.
SEC. 1066. AMENDMENTS TO PUNITIVE ARTICLES.
  (a) STANDARD FOR DRUNKENNESS- (1) Section 911 (article 111) of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended to read as follows:
`Sec. 911. Art. 111. Drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft,
or vessel
  `Any person subject to this chapter who--
  `(1) operates or physically controls any vehicle, aircraft, or vessel in
  a reckless or wanton manner or while impaired by a substance described in
  section 912a(b) of this title (article 112a(b)), or
  `(2) operates or is in actual physical control of any vehicle, aircraft, or
  vessel while drunk or when the alcohol concentration in the person's blood
  or breath is 0.10 grams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of blood or 0.10
  grams of alcohol per 210 liters of breath, as shown by chemical analysis,
shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.'.
  (2) The item relating to section 911 (article 111) in the table of sections
  at the beginning of subchapter X of chapter 47 of such title is amended
  to read as follows:
`911. 111. Drunken or reckless operation of a vehicle, aircraft, or vessel.'.
  (b) CLARIFICATION- Section 918(3) (article 118(3)) of such title is amended
  by striking out `others' and inserting in lieu thereof `another'.
  (c) REMOVAL OF LIMITATIONS RELATING TO GENDER AND MARITAL RELATIONSHIP-
  Section 920(a) (article 120(a)) of such title is amended--
  (A) by striking out `with a female not his wife'; and
  (B) by striking out `her'.
SEC. 1067. EFFECTIVE DATE.
  The amendments made by sections 1063, 1064, 1065, and 1066 shall take effect
  on the date of the enactment of this Act and shall apply with respect to
  offenses committed on or after that date.
Subtitle H--Other Matters
SEC. 1071. USE OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION REPORTS.
  (a) TREATMENT OF REPORTS OF AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS- (1) Subchapter
  II of chapter 134 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding
  at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2254. Treatment of reports of aircraft accident investigations
  `(a) IN GENERAL- (1) Whenever the Secretary of a military department
  conducts an accident investigation of an accident involving an aircraft
  under the jurisdiction of the Secretary, the records and report of the
  investigations shall be treated in accordance with this section.
  `(2) For purposes of this section, an accident investigation is any form
  of investigation of an aircraft accident other than an investigation
  (known as a `safety investigation') that is conducted solely to determine
  the cause of the accident and to obtain information that may prevent the
  occurrence of similar accidents.
  `(b) PUBLIC DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION INFORMATION- (1)
  The Secretary concerned, upon request, shall publicly disclose unclassified
  tapes, scientific reports, and other factual information pertinent to an
  aircraft accident investigation, before the release of the final accident
  investigation report relating to the accident, if the Secretary concerned
  determines--
  `(A) that such tapes, reports, or other information would be included
  within and releasable with the final accident investigation report; and
  `(B) that release of such tapes, reports, or other information--
  `(i) would not undermine the ability of accident or safety investigators
  to continue to conduct the investigation; and
  `(ii) would not compromise national security.
  `(2) A disclosure under paragraph (1) may not be made by or through officials
  with responsibility for, or who are conducting, a safety investigation
  with respect to the accident.
  `(c) OPINIONS REGARDING CAUSATION OF ACCIDENT- Following a military
  aircraft accident--
  `(1) if the evidence surrounding the accident is sufficient for the
  investigators who conduct the accident investigation to come to an opinion
  (or opinions) as to the cause or causes of the accident, the final report
  of the accident investigation shall set forth the opinion (or opinions)
  of the investigators as to the cause or causes of the accident; and
  `(2) if the evidence surrounding the accident is not sufficient for
  those investigators to come to an opinion as to the cause or causes
  of the accident, the final report of the accident investigation shall
  include a description of those factors, if any, that, in the opinion of
  the investigators, substantially contributed to or caused the accident.
  `(d) USE OF INFORMATION IN CIVIL PROCEEDINGS- For purposes of any civil
  or criminal proceeding arising from an aircraft accident, any opinion of
  the accident investigators as to the cause of, or the factors contributing
  to, the accident set forth in the accident investigation report may not
  be considered as evidence in such proceeding, nor may such information be
  considered an admission of liability by the United States or by any person
  referred to in those conclusions or statements.
  `(e) REGULATIONS- The Secretary of each military department shall prescribe
  regulations to carry out this section.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such subchapter is amended
  by adding at the end the following new item:
`2254. Treatment of reports of aircraft accident investigations.'.
  (b) DEADLINE FOR REGULATIONS- Regulations under section 2254 of title 10,
  United States Code, as added by subsection (a), shall be prescribed not
  later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (c) EFFECTIVE DATE- Section 2254 of title 10, United States Code, as added
  by subsection (a), shall apply with respect to accidents occurring on or
  after the date on which regulations are first prescribed under that section.
SEC. 1072. SURVIVOR NOTIFICATION AND ACCESS TO REPORTS RELATING TO SERVICE
MEMBERS WHO DIE.
  (a) AVAILABILITY OF FATALITY REPORTS AND RECORDS-
  (1) REQUIREMENT- The Secretary of each military department shall ensure
  that fatality reports and records pertaining to any member of the Armed
  Forces who dies in the line of duty shall be made available to family
  members of the service member in accordance with this subsection.
  (2) INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED AFTER NOTIFICATION OF DEATH- Within a
  reasonable period of time after family members of a service member are
  notified of the member's death, but not more than 30 days after the date of
  notification, the Secretary concerned shall ensure that the family members--
  (A) in any case in which the cause or circumstances surrounding the death
  are under investigation, are informed of that fact, of the names of the
  agencies within the Department of Defense conducting the investigations,
  and of the existence of any reports by such agencies that have been or
  will be issued as a result of the investigations; and
  (B) are furnished, if the family members so desire, a copy of any completed
  investigative report and any other completed fatality reports that are
  available at the time family members are provided the information described
  in subparagraph (A) to the extent such reports may be furnished consistent
  with sections 552 and 552a of title 5, United States Code.
  (3) ASSISTANCE IN OBTAINING REPORTS- (A) In any case in which an
  investigative report or other fatality reports are not available at the time
  family members of a service member are provided the information described
  in paragraph (2)(A) about the member's death, the Secretary concerned
  shall ensure that a copy of such investigative report and any other
  fatality reports are furnished to the family members, if they so desire,
  when the reports are completed and become available, to the extent such
  reports may be furnished consistent with sections 552 and 552a of title 5,
  United States Code.
  (B) In any case in which an investigative report or other fatality reports
  cannot be released at the time family members of a service member are
  provided the information described in paragraph (2)(A) about the member's
  death because of section 552 or 552a of title 5, United States Code,
  the Secretary concerned shall ensure that the family members--
  (i) are informed about the requirements and procedures necessary to request
  a copy of such reports; and
  (ii) are assisted, if the family members so desire, in submitting a request
  in accordance with such requirements and procedures.
  (C) The requirement of subparagraph (B) to inform and assist family members
  in obtaining copies of fatality reports shall continue until a copy of each
  report is obtained, or access to any such report is denied by competent
  authority within the Department of Defense.
  (4) WAIVER- The requirements of paragraph (2) or (3) may be waived on a
  case-by-case basis, but only if the Secretary of the military department
  concerned determines that compliance with such requirements is not in the
  interests of national security.
  (b) REVIEW OF COMBAT FATALITY NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES-
  (1) REVIEW- The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a review of the fatality
  notification procedures used by the military departments. Such review
  shall examine the following matters:
  (A) Whether uniformity in combat fatality notification procedures among
  the military departments is desirable, particularly with respect to--
  (i) the use of one or two casualty notification and assistance officers;
  (ii) the use of standardized fatality report forms and witness statements;
  (iii) the use of a single center for all military departments through
  which combat fatality information may be processed; and
  (iv) the use of uniform procedures and the provision of a dispute resolution
  process for instances in which members of one of the Armed Forces inflict
  casualties on members of another of the Armed Forces.
  (B) Whether existing combat fatality report forms should be modified to
  include a block or blocks with which to identify the cause of death as
  `friendly fire', `U.S. ordnance', or `unknown'.
  (C) Whether the existing `Emergency Data' form prepared by members of the
  Armed Forces should be revised to allow members to specify provision for
  notification of additional family members in cases such as the case of
  a divorced service member who leaves children with both a current and a
  former spouse.
  (D) Whether the military departments should, in all cases, provide family
  members of a service member who died as a result of injuries sustained in
  combat with full and complete details of the death of the service member,
  regardless of whether such details may be graphic, embarrassing to the
  family members, or reflect negatively on the military department concerned.
  (E) Whether, and when, the military departments should inform family
  members of a service member who died as a result of injuries sustained in
  combat about the possibility that the death may have been the result of
  friendly fire.
  (F) The criteria and standards which the military departments should
  use in deciding when disclosure is appropriate to family members of a
  member of the military forces of an allied nation who died as a result of
  injuries sustained in combat when the death may have been the result of
  fire from United States armed forces and an investigation into the cause
  or circumstances of the death has been conducted.
  (2) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the Committees on
  Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives a report on the
  review conducted under paragraph (1). Such report shall be submitted not
  later than March 31, 1993, and shall include recommendations on the matters
  examined in the review and on any other matters the Secretary determines
  to be appropriate based upon the review or on any other reviews undertaken
  by the Department of Defense.
  (c) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `fatality reports' includes investigative reports and any
  other reports pertaining to the cause or circumstances of death of a
  member of the Armed Forces in the line of duty (such as autopsy reports,
  battlefield reports, and medical reports).
  (2) The term `family members' means parents, spouses, adult children,
  and such other relatives as the Secretary concerned considers appropriate.
  (d) APPLICABILITY- (1) Except as provided in paragraph (2), this section
  applies with respect to deaths of members of the Armed Forces occurring
  after the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (2) With respect to deaths of members of the Armed Forces occurring before
  the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary concerned shall provide
  fatality reports to family members upon request as promptly as practicable.
SEC. 1073. ADMISSION OF CIVILIANS AS STUDENTS AT THE UNITED STATES NAVAL
POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL.
  (a) CIVILIAN ATTENDANCE- Chapter 605 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by redesignating section 7047 as section 7048; and
  (2) by inserting after section 7046 the following new section:
`Sec. 7047. Students at institutions of higher education: admission
  `(a) ADMISSION PURSUANT TO RECIPROCAL AGREEMENT- The Secretary of the
  Navy may enter into an agreement with an accredited institution of higher
  education to permit a student described in subsection (b) enrolled at
  that institution to receive instruction at the Naval Postgraduate School
  on a tuition-free basis. In exchange for the admission of the student,
  the institution of higher education shall be required to permit an officer
  of the armed forces to attend on a tuition-free basis courses offered by
  that institution corresponding in length to the instruction provided to
  the student at the Naval Postgraduate School.
  `(b) ELIGIBLE STUDENTS- A student enrolled at an institution of higher
  education that is party to an agreement under subsection (a) may be admitted
  to the Naval Postgraduate School pursuant to that agreement if--
  `(1) the student is a citizen of the United States or lawfully admitted
  for permanent residence in the United States; and
  `(2) the Secretary of the Navy determines that the student has a demonstrated
  ability in a field of study designated by the Secretary as related to
  naval warfare and national security.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by striking out the item relating to section 7047 and
  inserting in lieu thereof the following new items:
`7047. Students at institutions of higher education: admission.
`7048. Conferring of degrees on graduates.'.
SEC. 1074. REPEAL OF CERTAIN REPORTING REQUIREMENT.
  Section 1309 of the National Defense Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989
  (Public Law 100-456; 10 U.S.C. 113 note) is repealed.
SEC. 1075. RESTRICTION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS FOR NEW MUSEUMS.
  (a) PROHIBITION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS FOR CERTAIN NEW MUSEUMS- Except as
  provided in subsection (b), funds appropriated or otherwise made available
  to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1992 may not be obligated
  for the purposes of--
  (1) the construction or capitalization of--
  (A) the National D-Day Museum;
  (B) the Airborne and Special Operations Museum; or
  (C) the Naval Undersea Museum; or
  (2) the renovation of the submarine U.S.S. Blueback for the Oregon Museum
  of Science and Industry.
  (b) EXCEPTION- The funds referred to in subsection (a) may be obligated for
  the purpose specified for a museum referred to in that subsection if, with
  respect to that museum, the Secretary of Defense certifies to Congress that--
  (1) the use of Department of Defense funds for that museum is of a higher
  priority than the use of such funds for the expansion of any existing
  Department of Defense museum;
  (2) in authorizing construction of a new Department of Defense museum,
  the Secretary would select that museum as one of the Secretary's first
  four choices for the construction of such a new museum; and
  (3) the use of Department of Defense funds for that purpose would make a
  unique contribution to the mission of the military departments.
SEC. 1076. ARMY MILITARY HISTORY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 401 of title 10, United States Code, is amended
  by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 4316. Military history fellowships
  `(a) FELLOWSHIPS- The Secretary of the Army shall prescribe regulations
  under which the Secretary may award fellowships in military history of
  the Army to the persons described in subsection (b).
  `(b) ELIGIBLE PERSONS- The persons eligible for awards of fellowships
  under this section are citizens and nationals of the United States who--
  `(1) are graduate students in United States military history;
  `(2) have completed all requirements for a doctoral degree other than
  preparation of a dissertation; and
  `(3) agree to prepare a dissertation in a subject area of military history
  determined by the Secretary.
  `(c) REGULATIONS- The regulations prescribed under this section shall
  include--
  `(1) the criteria for award of fellowships;
  `(2) the procedures for selecting recipients;
  `(3) the basis for determining the amount of a fellowship; and
  `(4) the total amount that may be awarded as fellowships during an academic
  year.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by adding after the item relating to section 4315
  the following:
`4316. Military history fellowships.'.
SEC. 1077. ELECTION OF LEAVE OR LUMP-SUM PAYMENT FOR CERTAIN EMPLOYEES WHO
MOVED BETWEEN NONAPPROPRIATED FUND EMPLOYMENT AND DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OR
COAST GUARD EMPLOYMENT BEFORE APRIL 16, 1991.
  (a) ELECTION OF LEAVE OR PAYMENT- An employee referred to in subsection (b)
  of section 6308 of title 5, United States Code, who made an employment move
  described in such subsection after December 31, 1986, and before April 16,
  1991, shall be permitted to elect--
  (1) to repay the lump-sum payment received based on such employment move in
  lieu of annual leave and have the annual leave recredited to the employee's
  leave account; or
  (2) to keep the lump-sum payment in lieu of that annual leave.
  (b) NOTIFICATION; DEADLINE FOR ELECTION- (1) The head of the agency employing
  an employee described in subsection (a) shall notify the employee in writing
  of the provisions of this section. Such written notification shall occur
  not later than the later of--
  (A) 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act; or
  (B) 60 days after the date of the commencement of the employee's employment
  with the agency.
  (2) An employee shall make an election authorized by subsection (a) within
  90 days after receiving the written notification required under paragraph
  (1). An employee who does not make the election within that 90-day period
  shall be considered to have elected to keep the lump-sum payment.
  (c) REPAYMENT OF LUMP-SUM PAYMENT- An employee who elects to repay the
  lump-sum payment shall make the repayment not later than two years after
  the date of the election. The repayment by an employee shall be made in
  one payment of the entire amount of the lump-sum payment received by that
  employee in lieu of annual leave.
  (d) LEAVE CREDITS- Upon repayment of the lump-sum payment received by
  an employee, the employee shall, in accordance with section 6308 of such
  title, be recredited with the annual leave associated with the lump-sum
  payment. Annual leave recredited under this subsection shall be credited to
  a separate leave account for the employee and shall be available for use
  by the employee until the last day of the second leave year following the
  leave year in which the leave is recredited. If the employee is separated
  from service, the annual leave recredited under this section that is unused
  and still available shall be available for a lump-sum payment.
SEC. 1078. STUDY AND REPORT REGARDING EQUITY IN BENEFITS FOR TEMPORARY
FEDERAL EMPLOYEES.
  (a) IN GENERAL- The Office of Personnel Management shall conduct a study
  and, not later than April 1, 1993, report to Congress, in writing, on
  the feasibility of providing to temporary employees of the Government the
  same health-insurance, life-insurance, and retirement benefits, and other
  rights or benefits, as are generally available to those employed by the
  Government on a permanent basis.
  (b) MATTERS TO BE SPECIFICALLY ADDRESSED- The report under subsection (a)
  shall specifically address--
  (1) the various types of temporary appointments currently allowable under
  civil-service law and regulations, and the terms and conditions pertinent
  to each;
  (2) the circumstances in which, or the purposes for which, each of the
  various types of temporary appointments is appropriate;
  (3) the rights and benefits generally available to individuals employed
  by the Government on a permanent basis--
  (A) which are currently unavailable to some or all temporary employees; and
  (B) of those identified under subparagraph (A), which might appropriately
  be made available to one or more classes of temporary employees;
  (4) alternative means by which some or all of the temporary employees
  referred to in paragraph (3)(A) could be afforded one or more of the rights
  or benefits identified under paragraph (3)(B); and
  (5) whether any of the alternatives identified under paragraph (4) could
  be implemented by the Office under existing law, and, if so--
  (A) when the Office intends to implement those measures; or
  (B) the reasons why the Office either does not intend to implement those
  measures or cannot provide a timetable for their implementation.
  (c) RECOMMENDATIONS- (1) In addition to the results of the study, the
  Office's report shall include recommendations for any legislation or
  administrative action which the Office considers necessary to carry out
  the purposes of this section.
  (2) Any recommendation which involves the amending of existing statutes
  shall include draft legislation.
SEC. 1079. DESIGNATION OF UNITED STATES MILITARY PHYSICIANS AS CIVIL SURGEONS
UNDER THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT IN CONNECTION WITH THE ARMED FORCES
IMMIGRATION ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1991.
  Notwithstanding any other provision of law, United States military
  physicians with not less than four years professional experience shall
  be considered to be civil surgeons for the purpose of the performance of
  physical examinations required under section 234 of the Immigration and
  Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1224) of special immigrants described in section
  101(a)(27)(K) of such Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(27)(K)).
SEC. 1080. USE OF ARMED FORCES INSIGNIA ON STATE LICENSE PLATES.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 53 of title 10, United States Code, is amended by
  adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 1057. Use of armed forces insignia on State license plates
  `(a) The Secretary concerned may approve an application by a State to
  use or imitate the seal or other insignia of the department (under the
  jurisdiction of such Secretary) or of armed forces (under the jurisdiction
  of such Secretary) on motor vehicle license plates issued by the State to
  an individual who is a member or former member of the armed forces.
  `(b) The Secretary concerned may prescribe any regulations necessary
  regarding the display of the seal or other insignia of the department
  (under the jurisdiction of such Secretary) or of armed forces (under the
  jurisdiction of such Secretary) on the license plates described in subsection
  (a).
  `(c) In this section, the term `State' includes the District of Columbia,
  the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
  Islands, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter is amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`1057. Use of armed forces insignia on State license plates.'.
SEC. 1081. CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATIVE ACTION PROGRAM.
  (a) FINDINGS- Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) Many of the skills, capabilities, and resources that the Armed Forces
  have developed to meet military requirements can assist in meeting the
  civilian domestic needs of the United States.
  (2) Members of the Armed Forces have the training, education, and experience
  to serve as role models for United States youth.
  (3) As a result of the reductions in the Armed Forces resulting from
  the ending of the Cold War, the Armed Forces will have fewer overseas
  deployments and lower operating tempos, and there will be a much greater
  opportunity than in the past for the Armed Forces to assist civilian
  efforts to address critical domestic problems.
  (4) The United States has significant domestic needs in areas such as
  health care, nutrition, education, housing, and infrastructure that cannot
  be met by current and anticipated governmental and private sector programs.
  (5) There are significant opportunities for the resources of the Armed
  Forces, which are maintained for national security purposes, to be applied
  in cooperative efforts with civilian officials to address these vital
  domestic needs.
  (6) Civil-military cooperative efforts can be undertaken in a manner that
  is consistent with the military mission and does not compete with the
  private sector.
  (b) ESTABLISHMENT OF CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATIVE ACTION PROGRAM- Chapter
  20 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by adding at the end the following new subchapter:
`SUBCHAPTER II--CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION
`Sec.
`410. Civil-Military Cooperative Action Program.
`Sec. 410. Civil-Military Cooperative Action Program
  `(a) ESTABLISHMENT- The Secretary of Defense shall establish a program
  to be known as the `Civil-Military Cooperative Action Program'. Under
  the program, the Secretary may, in accordance with other applicable law,
  use the skills, capabilities, and resources of the armed forces to assist
  civilian efforts to meet the domestic needs of the United States.
  `(b) PROGRAM OBJECTIVES- The program shall have the following objectives:
  `(1) To enhance individual and unit training and morale in the armed forces
  through meaningful community involvement of the armed forces.
  `(2) To encourage cooperation between civilian and military sectors of
  society in addressing domestic needs.
  `(3) To advance equal opportunity.
  `(4) To enrich the civilian economy of the United States through education,
  training, and transfer of technological advances.
  `(5) To improve the environment and economic and social conditions.
  `(6) To provide opportunities for disadvantaged citizens of the United
  States.
  `(c) ADVISORY COUNCILS- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall encourage
  the establishment of advisory councils on civil-military cooperation at
  the regional, State, and local levels, as appropriate, in order to obtain
  recommendations for projects and activities under the program and guidance
  for the program from persons who are knowledgeable about regional, State,
  and local conditions and needs.
  `(2) The advisory councils should include officials from relevant military
  organizations, representatives of appropriate local, State, and Federal
  agencies, representatives of civic and social service organizations,
  business representatives, and labor representatives.
  `(3) The Federal Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply
  to such councils.
  `(d) REGULATIONS- The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe regulations
  governing the provision of assistance under the program. The regulations
  shall include the following:
  `(1) Rules governing the types of assistance that may be provided.
  `(2) Procedures governing the delivery of assistance that ensure, to the
  maximum extent practicable, that such assistance is provided in conjunction
  with, rather than separate from, civilian efforts.
  `(3) Procedures for appropriate coordination with civilian officials to
  ensure that the assistance--
  `(A) meets a valid need; and
  `(B) does not duplicate other available public services.
  `(4) Procedures for the provision of assistance in a manner that does not
  compete with the private sector.
  `(5) Procedures to minimize the extent to which Department of Defense
  resources are applied exclusively to the program.
  `(6) Standards to ensure that assistance is provided under this section
  in a manner that is consistent with the military mission of the units of
  the armed forces involved in providing the assistance.
  `(e) CONSTRUCTION OF PROVISION- Nothing in this section shall be construed
  as authorizing--
  `(1) the use of the armed forces for civilian law enforcement purposes; or
  `(2) the use of Department of Defense personnel or resources for any program,
  project, or activity that is prohibited by law.'; and
  (2) by inserting below the chapter heading the following:
`Subchapter
--Sec.
-`I.
-Humanitarian Assistance
-401
-`II.
-Civil-Military Cooperation
-410
`SUBCHAPTER I--HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE'.
SEC. 1082. LIMITATION ON SUPPORT FOR UNITED STATES CONTRACTORS SELLING
ARMS OVERSEAS.
  (a) SUPPORT FOR CONTRACTORS- In the event that a United States defense
  contractor or industrial association requests the Department of Defense or
  a military department to provide support in the form of military equipment
  for any airshow or trade exhibition to be held outside the United States,
  such equipment may not be supplied unless the contractor or association
  agrees to reimburse the Treasury of the United States for--
  (1) all incremental costs of military personnel accompanying the equipment,
  including food, lodging, and local transportation;
  (2) all incremental transportation costs incurred in moving such equipment
  from its normally assigned location to the airshow or trade exhibition
  and return; and
  (3) any other miscellaneous incremental costs not included under paragraphs
  (1) and (2) that are incurred by the Federal Government but would not have
  been incurred had military support not been provided to the contractor or
  industrial association.
  (b) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE EXHIBITIONS- (1) A military department may not
  participate directly in any airshow or trade exhibition held outside the
  United States unless the Secretary of Defense--
  (A) determines that it is in the national security interests of the United
  States for the military department to do so; and
  (A) determines that it is in the national security interests of the United
  States for the military department to do so; and
  (B) provides to the congressional defense committees at least 45 days
  before the opening of the airshow or trade exhibition a report detailing--
  (i) why the show or exhibition is in the national security interest;
  (ii) a description of the implications that promoting the sale of the
  weapons in question will have on arms control; and
  (iii) an estimate of any costs to be incurred.
  (2) The Secretary of Defense may not delegate the authority to make the
  determination referred to in paragraph (1)(A) below the level of the Under
  Secretary of Defense for Policy.
  (c) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `incremental transportation
  cost' includes the cost of transporting equipment to an airshow or trade
  exhibition only to the extent that the provision of transportation by
  the Department of Defense described in subsection (a)(2) does not fulfill
  legitimate training requirements that would otherwise have to be met.
SEC. 1083. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING THE TIME LIMITATIONS FOR CONSIDERATION
OF MILITARY DECORATIONS AND AWARDS.
  (a) FINDINGS- Congress finds the following:
  (1) Former members of the Armed Forces, military units, and veteran
  organizations throughout the United States will be celebrating the 50th
  anniversary of World War II at reunions and other events through 1995.
  (2) A number of individuals who served in the Armed Forces during World War
  II, and groups of former members of the Armed Forces who served together
  in units during World War II have expressed interest in individual and
  unit decorations and awards involving their World War II service that were
  never presented.
  (3) In some cases, the Secretaries of the military departments have declined
  to consider individual and unit decorations and awards involving World War
  II service that were established by administrative action solely because
  of time limitations established administratively on the submission of
  recommendations for the decorations and awards.
  (b) SENSE OF CONGRESS- It is the sense of Congress that the Secretaries of
  the military departments should consider a recommendation for a decoration
  or award for World War II service without regard to time limitations on
  the consideration of the recommendation if the recommendation--
  (1) is submitted before December 31, 1995;
  (2) involves a decoration or award that is not established by Act of
  Congress; and
  (3) presents new information or evidence that the original recommendation
  was not submitted or was mishandled due to administrative error.
SEC. 1084. SENSE OF CONGRESS RELATING TO AWARD OF THE NAVY EXPEDITIONARY
MEDAL TO DOOLITTLE RAIDERS.
  It is the sense of Congress that the President should award the Navy
  Expeditionary Medal to members of the Navy who served in Navy Task Force 16,
  culminating in the air-raid commonly known as the `Doolittle Raid on Tokyo',
  during April 1942, regardless of the time limitations on the consideration
  of such awards.
SEC. 1085. SENSE OF CONGRESS REGARDING THE AWARD OF THE PURPLE HEART TO
MEMBERS KILLED OR WOUNDED IN ACTION BY FRIENDLY FIRE.
  (a) FINDINGS- Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) The Purple Heart should be awarded to members of the Armed Forces
  killed or wounded by friendly fire while actively engaged with the enemy.
  (2) Historically, the military services have responded with tentativeness
  and reluctance when considering the award of the Purple Heart to members
  of the Armed Forces killed or wounded by friendly fire while actively
  engaged with the enemy, including engagements during the Persian Gulf War.
  (3) The Congress recognizes that the Secretaries of the military departments
  contend that, as a matter of policy, the Purple Heart has been awarded as
  described in paragraph (1), including during the Persian Gulf War.
  (b) SENSE OF CONGRESS- It is the sense of Congress--
  (1) that the Secretaries of the military departments should ensure that
  in the future the Purple Heart is awarded without hesitation to members of
  the Armed Forces killed or wounded by friendly fire while actively engaged
  with the enemy; and
  (2) that the Secretaries of the military departments should award the Purple
  Heart in each case of a member of the Armed Forces killed or wounded on
  or after December 7, 1941, by friendly fire while actively engaged with
  the enemy which is known to the Secretary or for which an application is
  made to the Secretary in such a manner as the Secretary requires.
SEC. 1086. STUDY OF EFFECTS OF OPERATIONS DESERT SHIELD AND DESERT STORM
MOBILIZATIONS OF RESERVES AND MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD WHO WERE
SELF-EMPLOYED OR OWNERS OF SMALL BUSINESSES.
  (a) FINDINGS- Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) The service of the members of the Armed Forces of the United States
  in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm was commendable.
  (2) The Reserves and the members of the National Guard contributed to the
  readiness, preparedness, and combat capability of the coalition forces
  that participated in the liberation of Kuwait.
  (3) The Reserves and the members of the National Guard ordered to active
  duty in connection with Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm who were
  self-employed or were owners of small businesses possibly suffered unique
  financial difficulties resulting from their absence from their businesses
  for such active duty service.
  (b) STUDY AND REPORT REQUIRED- Not later than 90 days after the date of
  the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of Defense shall--
  (1) conduct a study examining the economic and other effects on the
  Reserves and members of the National Guard referred to in subsection (a)(3)
  resulting from their absence from their businesses for active duty service
  in connection with Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm; and
  (2) submit a report on the results of the study to the Committees on Armed
  Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
  (c) CONTENT OF REPORT- The report shall include the following matters:
  (1) The number of Reserves and members of the National Guard ordered to
  active duty in connection with Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm
  who were self-employed or were owners of small businesses.
  (2) A description of the businesses owned by those Reserves and members
  of the National Guard when such personnel were ordered to active duty.
  (3) A detailed analysis of the economic effects on the businesses of
  such personnel resulting from the absence of such personnel for active
  duty service.
  (4) A discussion of the factors that contributed to any financial hardship or
  gain for such businesses during the period of the absence of such personnel.
  (5) The extent to which such personnel voluntarily separated from the Armed
  Forces, assumed an inactive status, or retired after being released from
  active duty.
  (6) An analysis of the rates of such separations, change of status,
  and retirements.
Subtitle I--Youth Service Opportunities
SEC. 1091. NATIONAL GUARD CIVILIAN YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES PILOT PROGRAM.
  (a) PROGRAM AUTHORITY- During fiscal years 1993 through 1995, the Secretary
  of Defense, acting through the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, may
  conduct a pilot program to be known as the `National Guard Civilian Youth
  Opportunities Program'.
  (b) PURPOSE- The purpose of the pilot program is to provide a basis for
  determining--
  (1) whether the life skills and employment potential of civilian youth who
  cease to attend secondary school before graduating can be significantly
  improved through military-based training, including supervised work
  experience in community service and conservation projects, provided by
  the National Guard; and
  (2) whether it is feasible and cost effective for the National Guard to
  provide military-based training to such youth for the purpose of achieving
  such improvements.
  (c) CONDUCT OF PROGRAM IN 10 NATIONAL GUARD JURISDICTIONS- The Secretary
  of Defense may provide for the conduct of the pilot program in any 10 of
  the States.
  (d) PROGRAM AGREEMENTS- (1) To carry out the pilot program in a State,
  the Secretary of Defense shall enter into an agreement with the Governor of
  the State or, in the case of the District of Columbia, with the commanding
  general of the District of Columbia National Guard.
  (2) Each agreement under the pilot program shall provide for the Governor or,
  in the case of the District of Columbia, the commanding general to establish,
  organize, and administer a National Guard civilian youth opportunities
  program in the State.
  (3) The agreement may provide for the Secretary to reimburse the State
  for civilian personnel costs attributable to the use of civilian employees
  of the National Guard in the conduct of the National Guard civilian youth
  opportunities program.
  (e) PERSONS ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN PROGRAM- (1) A school dropout from
  secondary school shall be eligible to participate in a National Guard
  civilian youth opportunities program conducted under the pilot program.
  (2) The Secretary shall prescribe the standards and procedures for selecting
  participants for a National Guard civilian youth opportunities program
  from among school dropouts eligible to participate in the program.
  (f) AUTHORIZED BENEFITS FOR PARTICIPANTS- (1) To the extent provided in an
  agreement entered into in accordance with subsection (d) and subject to the
  approval of the Secretary, a person selected for training in a National
  Guard civilian youth opportunities program conducted under the pilot
  program may receive the following benefits in connection with that training:
  (A) Allowances for travel expenses, personal expenses, and other expenses.
  (B) Quarters.
  (C) Subsistence.
  (D) Transportation.
  (E) Equipment.
  (F) Clothing.
  (G) Recreational services and supplies.
  (H) Other services.
  (I) Subject to paragraph (2), a temporary stipend upon the successful
  completion of the training, as characterized in accordance with procedures
  provided in the agreement.
  (2) In the case of a person selected for training in a National Guard
  civilian youth opportunities program conducted under the pilot program who
  afterwards becomes a member of the Civilian Community Corps under subtitle
  H of title I of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 (as added
  by section 1092(a)), the person may not receive a temporary stipend under
  paragraph (1)(I) while the person is a member of that Corps. The person
  may receive the temporary stipend after completing service in the Corps
  unless the person elects to receive benefits provided under subsection
  (f) or (g) of section 195G of such Act.
  (g) PROGRAM PERSONNEL- (1) Personnel of the National Guard of a State in
  which a National Guard civilian youth opportunities program is conducted
  under the pilot program may serve on full-time National Guard duty for
  the purpose of providing command, administrative, training, or supporting
  services for that program. For the performance of those services, any
  such personnel may be ordered to duty under section 502(f) of title 32,
  United States Code, for not longer than the period of the program.
  (2) For fiscal year 1993, personnel so serving may not be counted for the
  purposes of--
  (A) any provision of law limiting the number of personnel that may be
  serving on full-time active duty or full-time National Guard duty for the
  purpose of organizing, administering, recruiting, instructing, or training
  the reserve components; or
  (B) section 524 of title 10, United States Code, relating to the number of
  reserve component officers who may be on active duty or full-time National
  Guard duty in certain grades.
  (3) A Governor participating in the pilot program and the commanding
  general of the District of Columbia National Guard (if the District of
  Columbia National Guard is participating in the pilot program) may procure
  by contract the temporary full time services of such civilian personnel
  as may be necessary to augment National Guard personnel in carrying out a
  National Guard civilian youth opportunities program under the pilot program.
  (4) Civilian employees of the National Guard performing services for such a
  program and contractor personnel performing such services may be required,
  when appropriate to achieve a program objective, to be members of the
  National Guard and to wear the military uniform.
  (h) EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES- (1) Equipment and facilities of the National
  Guard, including military property of the United States issued to the
  National Guard, may be used in carrying out the pilot program.
  (2) Activities under the pilot program shall be considered noncombat
  activities of the National Guard for purposes of section 710 of title 32,
  United States Code.
  (i) STATUS OF PARTICIPANTS- (1) A person receiving training under the
  pilot program shall be considered an employee of the United States for
  the purposes of the following provisions of law:
  (A) Subchapter I of chapter 81 of title 5, United States Code (relating
  to compensation of Federal employees for work injuries).
  (B) Section 1346(b) and chapter 171 of title 28, United States Code, and
  any other provision of law relating to the liability of the United States
  for tortious conduct of employees of the United States.
  (2) In the application of the provisions of law referred to in paragraph
  (1)(A) to a person referred to in paragraph (1)--
  (A) the person shall not be considered to be in the performance of duty
  while the person is not at the assigned location of training or other
  activity or duty authorized in accordance with a program agreement referred
  to in subsection (d), except when the person is traveling to or from that
  location or is on pass from that training or other activity or duty;
  (B) the person's monthly rate of pay shall be deemed to be the minimum
  rate of pay provided for grade GS-2 of the General Schedule under section
  5332 of title 5, United States Code; and
  (C) the entitlement of a person to receive compensation for a disability
  shall begin on the day following the date on which the person's participation
  in the pilot program is terminated.
  (3) A person referred to in paragraph (1) may not be considered an employee
  of the United States for any purpose other than a purpose set forth in
  that paragraph.
  (j) SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES- (1) To carry out a National Guard civilian
  youth opportunities program conducted under the pilot program, the Governor
  of a State or, in the case of the District of Columbia, the commanding
  general of the District of Columbia National Guard may supplement any
  funding made available pursuant to subsection (m) out of other resources
  (including gifts) available to the Governor or the commanding general.
  (2) The provision of funds authorized to be appropriated for the pilot
  program shall not preclude a Governor participating in the pilot program,
  or the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard
  (if the District of Columbia National Guard is participating in the pilot
  program), from accepting, using, and disposing of gifts or donations of
  money, other property, or services for the pilot program.
  (k) REPORT- (1) Within 90 days after the end of the one-year period
  beginning on the first day of the pilot program, the Secretary shall submit
  to the congressional defense committees a report on the design, conduct,
  and effectiveness of the pilot program during that one-year period. The
  report shall include an assessment of the matters set forth in paragraphs
  (1) and (2) of subsection (b).
  (2) In preparing the report required by paragraph (1), the Secretary
  shall coordinate with the Governor of each State in which a National
  Guard civilian youth opportunities program is carried out under the pilot
  program and, if such a program is carried out in the District of Columbia,
  with the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard.
  (l) DEFINITIONS- In this section:
  (1) The term `pilot program' means the National Guard Civilian Youth
  Opportunities Program authorized to be conducted under subsection (a).
  (2) The term `State' includes the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam,
  and the Virgin Islands.
  (3) The term `school dropout' has the meaning established for the term by
  the Secretary of Education pursuant to section 6201(a) of the Elementary
  and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 3271(a)).
  (4) The term `full-time National Guard duty' has the meaning given that
  term in section 101 of title 32, United States Code.
  (m) FUNDING- Of the amounts appropriated for the Department of Defense for
  operation and maintenance in fiscal year 1993 pursuant to the authorization
  of appropriations in section 301, $50,000,000 shall be available to carry
  out the pilot program for fiscal year 1993.
SEC. 1092. CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS.
  (a) CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS- (1) Title I of the National and Community
  Service Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12510 et seq.) is amended by adding at the
  end the following new subtitle:
`Subtitle H--Civilian Community Corps
`SEC. 195. PURPOSE.
  `It is the purpose of this subtitle to authorize the establishment of a
  Civilian Community Corps to provide a basis for determining--
  `(1) whether residential service programs administered by the Federal
  Government can significantly increase the support for national service
  and community service by the people of the United States;
  `(2) whether such programs can expand the opportunities for willing young men
  and women to perform meaningful, direct, and consequential acts of community
  service in a manner that will enhance their own skills while contributing
  to their understanding of civic responsibility in the United States;
  `(3) whether retired members and former members of the Armed Forces of the
  United States, members and former members of the Armed Forces discharged or
  released from active duty in connection with reduced Department of Defense
  spending, members and former members of the Armed Forces discharged or
  transferred from the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve in connection
  with reduced Department of Defense spending, and other members of the
  Armed Forces not on active duty and not actively participating in a reserve
  component of the Armed Forces can provide guidance and training under such
  programs that  contribute meaningfully to the encouragement of national
  and community service; and
  `(4) whether domestic national service programs can serve as a substitute
  for the traditional option of military service in the Armed Forces of the
  United States which, in times of reductions in the size of the Armed Forces,
  is a diminishing national service opportunity for young Americans.
`SEC. 195A. ESTABLISHMENT OF CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- The Commission on National and Community Service may
  establish the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program to carry out
  the purpose of this subtitle.
  `(b) PROGRAM COMPONENTS- Under the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration
  Program authorized by subsection (a), the members of a Civilian Community
  Corps shall receive training and perform service in at least one of the
  following two program components:
  `(1) A national service program.
  `(2) A summer national service program.
  `(c) RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS- Both program components are residential
  programs. The members of the Corps in each program shall reside with other
  members of the Corps in Corps housing during the periods of the members'
  agreed service.
`SEC. 195B. NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- Under the national service program component of the Civilian
  Community Corps Demonstration Program authorized by section 195A(a), eligible
  young people shall work in teams on Civilian Community Corps projects.
  `(b) ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS- A person shall be eligible for selection for
  the national service program if the person--
  `(1) is at least 16 and not more than 24 years of age; and
  `(2) is a high school graduate or has not received a high school diploma
  or its equivalent.
  `(c) DIVERSE BACKROUNDS OF PARTICIPANTS- In selecting persons for the
  national service program, the Director shall endeavor to ensure that
  participants are from economically, geographically, and ethnically diverse
  backgrounds.
  `(d) NECESSARY PARTICIPANTS- To the extent practicable, at least 50 percent
  of the participants in the national service program shall be economically
  disadvantaged youths.
  `(e) PERIOD OF PARTICIPATION- Persons desiring to participate in the
  national service program shall enter into an agreement with the Director
  to participate in the Corps for a period of not less than nine months and
  not more than one year, as specified by the Director, and may renew the
  agreement for not more than one additional such period.
`SEC. 195C. SUMMER NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- Under the summer national service program of the Civilian
  Community Corps Demonstration Program authorized by section 195A(a),
  a diverse group of youth aged 14 through 18 years who are from urban or
  rural areas shall work in teams on Civilian Community Corps projects.
  `(b) NECESSARY PARTICIPANTS- To the extent practicable, at least 50
  percent of the participants in the summer national service program shall
  be economically disadvantaged youths.
  `(c) SEASONAL PROGRAM- The training and service of Corps members under
  the summer national service program in each year shall be conducted after
  April 30 and before October 1 of that year.
`SEC. 195D. CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS.
  `(a) DIRECTOR- Upon the establishment of the Civilian Community Corps
  Demonstration Program, the Civilian Community Corps shall be under the
  direction of the Director of the Civilian Community Corps appointed pursuant
  to section 195H(c)(1).
  `(b) MEMBERSHIP IN CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS-
  `(1) PARTICIPANTS TO BE MEMBERS- Persons selected to participate in the
  national service program or the summer national service program components
  of the Program shall become members of the Civilian Community Corps.
  `(2) SELECTION OF MEMBERS- The Director or the Director's designee shall
  select individuals for membership in the Corps.
  `(3) APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP- To be selected to become a Corps member
  an individual shall submit an application to the Director or to any other
  office as the Director may designate, at such time, in such manner, and
  containing such information as the Director shall require. At a minimum,
  the application shall contain information about the work experience of
  the applicant and sufficient information to enable the Director, or the
  superintendent of the appropriate camp, to determine whether selection of
  the applicant for membership in the Corps is appropriate.
  `(c) ORGANIZATION OF CORPS INTO UNITS-
  `(1) UNITS- The Corps shall be divided into permanent units. Each Corps
  member shall be assigned to a unit.
  `(2) UNIT LEADERS- The leader of each unit shall be selected from
  among persons in the permanent cadre established pursuant to section
  195H(c)(2). The designated leader shall accompany the unit throughout the
  period of agreed service of the members of the unit.
  `(d) CAMPS-
  `(1) UNITS TO BE ASSIGNED TO CAMPS- The units of the Corps shall be grouped
  together as appropriate in camps for operational, support, and boarding
  purposes. The Corps camp for a unit shall be in a facility or central
  location established as the operational headquarters and boarding place
  for the unit. Corps members may be housed in the camps.
  `(2) CAMP SUPERINTENDENT- There shall be a superintendent for each camp. The
  superintendent is the head of the camp.
  `(3) ELIGIBLE SITE FOR CAMP- A camp may be located in a facility referred
  to in section 195K(a)(3).
  `(e) DISTRIBUTION OF UNITS AND CORPS- The Director shall ensure that the
  Corps units and camps are distributed in urban areas and rural areas in
  various regions throughout the United States.
  `(f) STANDARDS OF CONDUCT-
  `(1) IN GENERAL- The superintendent of each camp shall establish and enforce
  standards of conduct to promote proper moral and disciplinary conditions
  in the camp.
  `(2) SANCTIONS- Under procedures prescribed by the Director, the
  superintendent of a camp may--
  `(A) transfer a member of the Corps in that camp to another unit or
  camp if the superintendent determines that the retention of the member
  in the member's unit or in the superintendent's camp will jeopardize the
  enforcement of the standards or diminish the opportunities of other Corps
  members in that unit or camp, as the case may be; or
  `(B) dismiss a member of the Corps from the Corps if the superintendent
  determines that retention of the member in the Corps will jeopardize
  the enforcement of the standards or diminish the opportunities of other
  Corps members.
  `(3) APPEALS- Under procedures prescribed by the Director, a member of the
  Corps may appeal to the Director a determination of a camp superintendent to
  transfer or dismiss the member. The Director shall provide for expeditious
  disposition of appeals under this paragraph.
`SEC. 195E. TRAINING.
  `(a) COMMON CURRICULUM- Each member of the Civilian Community Corps
  shall be provided with between three and six weeks of training that
  includes a comprehensive service-learning curriculum designed to promote
  team building, discipline, leadership, work, training, citizenship, and
  physical conditioning.
  `(b) ADVANCED SERVICE TRAINING-
  `(1) NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM- Members of the Corps participating in
  the national service program shall receive advanced training in basic,
  project-specific skills that the members will use in performing their
  community service projects.
  `(2) SUMMER NATIONAL SERVICE PROGRAM- Members of the Corps participating
  in the summer national service program shall not receive advanced training
  referred to in paragraph (1) but, to the extent practicable, may receive
  other training.
  `(c) TRAINING PERSONNEL-
  `(1) IN GENERAL- Members of the cadre appointed under section 195H(c)(2)
  shall provide the training for the members of the Corps, including, as
  appropriate, advanced service training and ongoing training throughout
  the members' periods of agreed service.
  `(2) COORDINATION WITH OTHER ENTITIES- Members of the cadre may provide the
  advanced service training referred to in subsection (b)(1) in coordination
  with vocational or technical schools, other employment and training
  providers, existing youth service programs, or other qualified individuals.
  `(d) FACILITIES- The training may be provided at installations and other
  facilities of the Department of Defense, and at National Guard facilities,
  identified under section 195K(a)(3).
`SEC. 195F. SERVICE PROJECTS.
  `(a) PROJECT REQUIREMENTS- The service projects carried out by the Civilian
  Community Corps shall--
  `(1) meet an identifiable public need;
  `(2) emphasize the performance of community service activities that provide
  meaningful community benefits and opportunities for service learning and
  skills development;
  `(3) to the maximum extent practicable, encourage work to be accomplished
  in teams of diverse individuals working together; and
  `(4) include continued education and training in various technical fields.
  `(b) PROJECT PROPOSALS-
  `(1) DEVELOPMENT OF PROPOSALS-
  `(A) SPECIFIC EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS- Upon the establishment of the Program,
  the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of the Interior, and the
  Secretary of Housing and Urban Development shall develop proposals for
  Corps projects pursuant to guidance which the Director of the Civilian
  Community Corps shall prescribe.
  `(B) OTHER SOURCES- Other public and private organizations and agencies,
  including representatives of local communities in the vicinity of a Corps
  camp, may develop proposals for projects for a Corps camp. Corps members
  shall also be encouraged to identify projects for the Corps.
  `(2) CONSULTATION REQUIREMENTS- The process for developing project proposals
  under paragraph (1) shall include consultation with the Commission on
  National and Community Service, representatives of local communities,
  and persons involved in other youth service programs.
  `(c) PROJECT SELECTION, ORGANIZATION, AND PERFORMANCE-
  `(1) SELECTION- The superintendent of a Corps camp shall select the projects
  to be performed by the members of the Corps assigned to the units in that
  camp. The superintendent shall select projects from among the projects
  proposed or identified pursuant to subsection (b).
  `(2) INNOVATIVE LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR PROJECT PERFORMANCE- The Director
  shall encourage camp superintendents to negotiate with representatives of
  local communities, to the extent practicable, innovative arrangements for
  the performance of projects. The arrangements may provide for cost-sharing
  and the provision by the communities of in-kind support and other support.
`SEC. 195G. AUTHORIZED BENEFITS FOR CORPS MEMBERS.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- The Director of the Civilian Community Corps shall provide
  for members of the Civilian Community Corps to receive benefits authorized
  by this section.
  `(b) LIVING ALLOWANCE- The Director shall provide a living allowance to
  members of the Corps for the period during which such members are engaged
  in training or any activity on a Corps project. The Director shall establish
  the amount of the allowance at any amount not in excess of the amount equal
  to 100 percent of the poverty line that is applicable to a family of two
  (as defined by the Office of Management and Budget and revised annually in
  accordance with section 673(2) of the Community Services Block Grant Act
  (42 U.S.C. 9902(2)).
  `(c) OTHER AUTHORIZED BENEFITS- While receiving training or engaging in
  service projects as members of the Civilian Community Corps, members may
  be provided the following benefits:
  `(1) Allowances for travel expenses, personal expenses, and other expenses.
  `(2) Quarters.
  `(3) Subsistence.
  `(4) Transportation.
  `(5) Equipment.
  `(6) Clothing.
  `(7) Recreational services and supplies.
  `(8) Other services determined by the Director to be consistent with the
  purposes of the Program.
  `(d) SUPPORTIVE SERVICES- As the Director determines appropriate, the
  Director may provide each member of the Corps with health care services,
  child care services, counseling services, and other supportive services.
  `(e) POST SERVICE BENEFITS- Upon completion of the agreed period of service
  with the Corps, a member shall elect to receive the educational assistance
  under subsection (f) or the cash benefit under subsection (g).
  `(f) EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE-
  `(1) AUTHORITY-
  `(A) CORPS MEMBERS COMPLETING AGREED SERVICE- The Director shall provide
  educational assistance to each Corps member who--
  `(i) completes a period of agreed service in the Corps; and
  `(ii) elects to receive the assistance.
  `(B) CORPS MEMBERS NOT COMPLETING AGREED SERVICE- The Director may provide
  educational assistance to a Corps member who--
  `(i) through no fault on the part of the Corps member, does not complete
  the period of agreed service; and
  `(ii) requests the assistance.
  `(2) AMOUNT-
  `(A) AMOUNT FOR COMPLETE SERVICE- The amount of the educational assistance
  provided to a Corps member under paragraph (1)(A) shall be--
  `(i) in the case of a Corps member in the national service program, $5,000
  for each period of agreed service in the Corps; and
  `(ii) in the case of a Corps member in the summer national service program,
  $1,000 for each period of agreed service in the Corps.
  `(B) PRORATED AMOUNT FOR INCOMPLETE SERVICE- The amount of the educational
  assistance provided to a Corps member under paragraph (1)(B) shall be
  determined by multiplying--
  `(i) the amount that would be applicable to the member under subparagraph
  (A) if the member had completed the agreed period of service, by
  `(ii) the percentage determined by dividing the period of the Corps member's
  service by the period of the Corps member's agreed period of service.
`An amount that is not an even multiple of $1 shall be rounded down to the
next lower even multiple of $1.
  `(C) ADJUSTMENT OF AMOUNT- To the extent provided in appropriations Acts,
  whenever the maximum permissible grant amount for a year under subpart 1
  of part A of title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1070a
  et seq.) is increased, the amount of the educational assistance payment
  under subparagraph (A)(i) shall be increased to the amount equal to the
  sum of that maximum permissible grant amount (as increased) plus $2,500.
  `(3) USES OF ASSISTANCE- Educational assistance provided for a person
  under this subsection may be used only for--
  `(A) payment of any student loan, whether from a Federal source or a
  non-Federal source; or
  `(B) tuition, room and board, books and fees, and other costs of attendance
  (determined in accordance with section 472 of the Higher Education Act
  of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1087ll)) that are associated with attendance at an
  institution of higher education on a full-time basis.
  `(4) APPLICATION- To receive educational assistance under this section,
  a person shall submit to the Director such information and documentation as
  the Director may require. In the case of use of the educational assistance
  for expenses referred to in paragraph (3)(B), the information submitted
  to the Director shall include, as a minimum, the academic program of,
  and a letter of acceptance from, the institution of higher education at
  which the educational assistance is to be used.
  `(g) CASH BENEFIT-
  `(1) IN GENERAL- The Director shall provide a cash benefit to each Corps
  member electing to receive the cash benefit.
  `(2) AMOUNT- The amount of the cash benefit payable to a member of the Corps
  shall be equal to 50 percent of the amount of the educational assistance
  that the member would have been entitled to receive under subsection (f)
  if the member had elected to receive the educational assistance.
  `(h) OTHER POST-SERVICE BENEFITS- To the extent the Director considers
  appropriate, upon a Corps member's completion of the agreed period of service
  with the Corps, the Director shall provide information and counseling to
  the member to assist the member--
  `(1) to pursue a high school diploma or the equivalent;
  `(2) to pursue a degree at an institution of higher education; or
  `(3) to obtain employment and support services as necessary and appropriate.
`SEC. 195H. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS.
  `(a) BOARD- The Board shall monitor and supervise the administration of the
  Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program authorized to be established
  under section 195A. In carrying out this section, the Board shall--
  `(1) approve such guidelines, recommended by the Director, for the design,
  selection of members, and operation of the Civilian Community Corps as
  the Board considers appropriate;
  `(2) evaluate the progress of the Corps in providing a basis for determining
  the matters set forth in section 195; and
  `(3) carry out any other activities determined appropriate by the Board.
  `(b) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR- The Executive Director of the Commission on
  National and Community Service shall--
  `(1) monitor the overall operation of the Civilian Community Corps;
  `(2) coordinate the activities of the Corps with other youth service
  programs administered by the Commission; and
  `(3) carry out any other activities determined appropriate by the Board.
  `(c) STAFF-
  `(1) DIRECTOR-
  `(A) APPOINTMENT- Upon the establishment of the Program, the Board, in
  consultation with the Executive Director, shall appoint a Director of the
  Civilian Community Corps. The Director may be selected from among retired
  commissioned officers of the Armed Forces of the United States.
  `(B) DUTIES- The Director shall--
  `(i) design, develop, and administer the Civilian Community Corps programs;
  `(ii) be responsible for managing the daily operations of the Corps; and
  `(iii) report to the Board through the Executive Director.
  `(C) AUTHORITY TO EMPLOY STAFF- The Director may employ such staff as is
  necessary to carry out this subtitle. The Director shall, to the maximum
  extent practicable, utilize in staff positions personnel who are detailed
  from departments and agencies of the Federal Government and, to the extent
  the Director considers appropriate, shall request and accept detail of
  personnel from such departments and agencies in order to do so.
  `(2) PERMANENT CADRE-
  `(A) ESTABLISHMENT- The Director shall establish a permanent cadre of
  supervisors and training instructors for Civilian Community Corps programs.
  `(B) APPOINTMENT- The Director shall appoint the members of the permanent
  cadre.
  `(C) EMPLOYMENT CONSIDERATIONS- In appointing individuals to cadre positions,
  the Director shall--
  `(i) give consideration to retired, discharged, and other inactive members
  and former members of the Armed Forces recommended under section 195K(a)(2);
  `(ii) give consideration to former VISTA, Peace Corps, and youth service
  program personnel;
  `(iii) ensure that the cadre is comprised of males and females of diverse
  ethnic, economic, professional, and geographic backgrounds; and
  `(iv) consider applicants' experience in other youth service programs.
  `(D) COMMUNITY SERVICE CREDIT- Service as a member of the cadre shall
  be considered as a community service opportunity for purposes of section
  4403 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1993 and
  as employment with a public service or community service organization for
  purposes of section 4464  of that Act.
  `(E) TRAINING- The Director shall provide to members of the permanent cadre
  appropriate training in youth development techniques and the principles
  of service learning. All members of the permanent cadre shall be required
  to participate in the training.
  `(3) INAPPLICABILITY OF CERTAIN CIVIL SERVICE LAWS- The Director, the
  members of the permanent cadre, and the other staff personnel shall be
  appointed without regard to the provisions of title 5, United States Code,
  governing appointments in the competitive service. The rates of pay of such
  persons may be established without regard to the provisions of chapter 51
  and subchapter III of chapter 53 of such title.
  `(4) VOLUNTARY SERVICES- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the
  Director may accept the voluntary services of individuals. While away from
  their homes or regular places of business on the business of the Corps,
  such individuals may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu
  of subsistence, in the same amounts and to the same extent, as authorized
  under section 5703 of title 5, United States Code, for persons employed
  intermittently in Federal Government service.
`SEC. 195I. STATUS OF CORPS MEMBERS AND CORPS PERSONNEL UNDER FEDERAL LAW.
  `(a) IN GENERAL- Except as otherwise provided in this section, members of
  the Civilian Community Corps shall not, by reason of their status as such
  members, be considered Federal employees or be subject to the provisions
  of law relating to Federal employment.
  `(b) WORK-RELATED INJURIES-
  `(1) IN GENERAL- For purposes of subchapter I of chapter 81 of title 5,
  United States Code, relating to the compensation of Federal employees for
  work injuries, members of the Corps shall be considered as employees of
  the United States within the meaning of the term `employee', as defined
  in section 8101 of such title.
  `(2) SPECIAL RULE- In the application of the provisions of subchapter I
  of chapter 81 of title 5, United States Code, to a person referred to in
  paragraph (1), the person shall not be considered to be in the performance of
  duty while absent from the person's assigned post of duty unless the absence
  is authorized in accordance with procedures prescribed by the Director.
  `(c) TORT CLAIMS PROCEDURE- A member of the Corps shall be considered an
  employee of the United States for purposes of chapter 171 of title 28,
  United States Code, relating to tort claims liability and procedure.
`SEC. 195J. CONTRACT AND GRANT AUTHORITY.
  `(a) PROGRAMS- The Director may, by contract or grant, provide for any public
  or private organization to perform any program function under this subtitle.
  `(b) EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES-
  `(1) FEDERAL AND NATIONAL GUARD PROPERTY- The Director shall enter into
  agreements, as necessary, with the Secretary of Defense, the Governor
  of a State, territory or commonwealth, or the commanding general of the
  District of Columbia National Guard, as the case may be, to utilize--
  `(A) equipment of the Department of Defense and equipment of the National
  Guard; and
  `(B) Department of Defense facilities and National Guard facilities
  identified pursuant to section 195K(a)(3).
  `(2) OTHER PROPERTY- The Director may enter into contracts or agreements for
  the use of other equipment or facilities to the extent practicable to train
  and house members of the Civilian Community Corps and leaders of Corps units.
`SEC. 195K. RESPONSIBILITIES OF OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
  `(a) SECRETARY OF DEFENSE-
  `(1) LIAISON OFFICE-
  `(A) ESTABLISHMENT- Upon the establishment of the Program, the Secretary
  of Defense shall establish an office to provide for liaison between the
  Secretary and the Civilian Community Corps.
  `(B) DUTIES- The office shall--
  `(i) in order to assist in the recruitment of personnel for appointment
  in the permanent cadre, make available to the Director information in the
  registry established by section 4462 of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Year 1993; and
  `(ii) provide other assistance in the coordination of Department of Defense
  activities with the Corps.
  `(2) CORPS CADRE-
  `(A) LIST OF RECOMMENDED PERSONNEL- Upon the establishment of the Program,
  the Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the liaison office established
  under paragraph (1) shall develop a list of individuals to be recommended
  for appointment in the permanent cadre of Corps personnel. Such personnel
  shall be selected from among members and former members of the Armed Forces
  referred to in section 195(3) who are commissioned officers, noncommissioned
  officers, former commissioned officers, or former noncommissioned officers.
  `(B) RECOMMENDATIONS REGARDING GRADE AND PAY- The Secretary of Defense
  shall recommend to the Director an appropriate rate of pay for each person
  recommended for the cadre pursuant to this paragraph.
  `(C) CONTRIBUTION FOR RETIRED MEMBER'S PAY- If a listed individual receiving
  retired or retainer pay is appointed to a position in the cadre and the
  rate of pay for that individual is established at the amount equal to the
  difference between the active duty pay and allowances which that individual
  would receive if ordered to active duty and the amount of the individual's
  retired or retainer pay, the Secretary of Defense shall pay, by transfer
  to the Commission on National and Community Service from amounts available
  for pay of active duty members of the Armed Forces, the amount equal to
  50 percent of that individual's rate of pay for service in the cadre.
  `(3) FACILITIES- Upon the establishment of the Program, the Secretary of
  Defense shall identify military installations and other facilities of the
  Department of Defense and, in consultation with the adjutant generals of
  the State National Guards, National Guard facilities that may be used, in
  whole or in part, by the Civilian Community Corps for training or housing
  Corps members. The Secretary of Defense shall carry out this paragraph in
  consultation with the liaison office established under paragraph (1).
  `(4) INFORMATION REGARDING CORPS- The Secretary of Defense may permit Armed
  Forces recruiters to inform potential applicants for the Corps regarding
  service in the Corps as an alternative to service in the Armed Forces.
  `(b) SECRETARY OF LABOR- Upon the establishment of the Program, the
  Secretary of Labor shall identify and assist in establishing a system for
  the recruitment of persons to serve as members of the Civilian Community
  Corps. In carrying out this subsection, the Secretary of Labor may utilize
  the Employment Service Agency or the Office of Job Training.
`SEC. 195L. ADVISORY BOARD.
  `(a) ESTABLISHMENT AND PURPOSE- Upon the establishment of the Program,
  there shall also be established a Civilian Community Corps Advisory
  Board to advise the Director of the Civilian Community Corps concerning
  the administration of this subtitle and to assist in the development and
  administration of the Corps.
  `(b) MEMBERSHIP- The Advisory Board shall be composed of the following
  members:
  `(1) The Secretary of Labor.
  `(2) The Secretary of Defense.
  `(3) The Secretary of the Interior.
  `(4) The Secretary of Agriculture.
  `(5) The Secretary of Education.
  `(6) The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
  `(7) The Chief of the National Guard Bureau.
  `(8) Individuals appointed by the Director from among persons who are
  broadly representative of educational institutions, voluntary organizations,
  industry, youth, and labor unions.
  `(9) The Chair of the Commission on National and Community Service.
  `(c) INAPPLICABILITY OF TERMINATION REQUIREMENT- Section 14 of the Federal
  Advisory Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the Advisory Board.
`SEC. 195M. ANNUAL EVALUATION.
  `Pursuant to the provisions for evaluations conducted under section 179,
  and in particular subsection (g) of such section, the Commission on National
  and Community Service shall conduct an annual evaluation of the Civilian
  Community Corps programs authorized under this subtitle.
`SEC. 195N. FUNDING LIMITATION.
  `The Commission, in consultation with the Director, shall ensure that
  no amounts appropriated under section 501 are utilized to carry out this
  subtitle.
`SEC. 195O. DEFINITIONS.
  `In this subtitle:
  `(1) BOARD- The term `Board' means the Board of Directors of the Commission
  on National and Community Service.
  `(2) CORPS- The terms `Civilian Community Corps' and `Corps' mean the
  Civilian Community Corps required under section 195D as part of the Civilian
  Community Corps Demonstration Program.
  `(3) CORPS CAMP- The term `Corps camp' means the facility or central
  location established as the operational headquarters and boarding place
  for particular Corps units.
  `(4) CORPS MEMBERS- The term `Corps members' means persons receiving
  training and participating in projects under the Civilian Community Corps
  Demonstration Program.
  `(5) DIRECTOR- The term `Director' means the Director of the Civilian
  Community Corps.
  `(6) EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR- The term `Executive Director' means the Executive
  Director of the Commission on National and Community Service.
  `(7) INSTITUTION OF HIGHER EDUCATION- The term `institution of higher
  education' has the meaning given that term in section 1201(a) of the Higher
  Education Act of 1965 (20 U.S.C. 1141(a)).
  `(8) PROGRAM- The terms `Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program'
  and `Program' mean the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program
  established pursuant to section 195A.
  `(9) SERVICE LEARNING- The term `service learning', with respect to Corps
  members, means a method--
  `(A) under which Corps members learn and develop through active participation
  in thoughtfully organized service experiences that meet actual community
  needs;
  `(B) that provides structured time for a Corps member to think, talk,
  or write about what the Corps member did and saw during an actual service
  activity;
  `(C) that provides Corps members with opportunities to use newly acquired
  skills and knowledge in real life situations in their own communities; and
  `(D) that helps to foster the development of a sense of caring for others,
  good citizenship, and civic responsibility.
  `(10) SUPERINTENDENT- The term `superintendent', with respect to a Corps
  camp, means the head of the camp under section 195D(d).
  `(11) UNIT- The term `unit' means a unit of the Corps referred to in
  section 195D(c).'.
  (2) TABLE OF CONTENTS- The table of contents in section 1(b) of the National
  and Community Service Act of 1990 is amended by inserting after the item
  relating to section 190 the following:
`Subtitle H--Civilian Community Corps
`Sec. 195. Purpose.
`Sec. 195A. Establishment of Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program.
`Sec. 195B. National service program.
`Sec. 195C. Summer national service program.
`Sec. 195D. Civilian Community Corps.
`Sec. 195E. Training.
`Sec. 195F. Service projects.
`Sec. 195G. Authorized benefits for Corps members.
`Sec. 195H. Administrative provisions.
`Sec. 195I. Status of Corps members and Corps personnel under Federal law.
`Sec. 195J. Contract and grant authority.
`Sec. 195K. Responsibilities of other departments.
`Sec. 195L. Advisory board.
`Sec. 195M. Annual evaluation.
`Sec. 195N. Funding limitation.
`Sec. 195O. Definitions.'.
  (b) REPORT AND STUDY REQUIREMENTS- (1) Not later than 180 days after the
  date on which the Commission on National Community Service establishes the
  Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program authorized by section 195A
  of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 (as added by subsection
  (a)), the Commission shall prepare and submit to the appropriate committees
  of Congress a progress report on the implementation of the provisions of
  subtitle H of title I of such Act. The progress report shall include an
  assessment of the activities undertaken in establishing and administering
  Civilian Community Corps camps and an analysis of the level of coordination
  of Corps activities with activities of other departments or agencies of
  the Federal Government.
  (2) Not later than 90 days after the end of the one-year period beginning
  on the first day of the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program
  established pursuant to section 195A of the National and Community
  Service Act of 1990 (as added by subsection (a)), the Board of Directors
  of the Commission on National and Community Service and the Director of
  the Civilian Community Corps shall prepare and submit to the appropriate
  committees of Congress a report concerning the desirability and feasibility
  of establishing the Civilian Community Corps as an independent agency of
  the Federal Government.
  (c) FUNDING- Of the amounts appropriated for the Department of Defense for
  operation and maintenance in fiscal year 1993 pursuant to the authorization
  of appropriations in section 301, $30,000,000 shall be available for the
  Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program established pursuant to
  section 195A of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 (as added
  by subsection (a)).
SEC. 1093. COORDINATION OF PROGRAMS.
  (a) COORDINATED ADMINISTRATION- To the maximum extent practicable, the
  Chief of the National Guard Bureau, the Board of Directors and Executive
  Director of the Commission on National and Community Service, and the
  Director of the Civilian Community Corps shall coordinate the National
  Guard Youth Opportunities Program established pursuant to section 1091 and
  the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program established pursuant to
  the authorization contained in section 195A of the National and Community
  Service Act of 1990 (as added by section 1092(a)).
  (b) OBJECTIVES- The officials referred to in subsection (a) shall ensure
  that--
  (1) the programs referred to in subsection (a) are conducted in such a
  manner in relationship to each other that the public benefit of those
  programs is maximized;
  (2) to the maximum extent appropriate to meet the needs of program
  participants, persons who complete participation in the National Guard
  Youth Opportunities Program and are eligible and apply to participate in the
  Civilian Community Corps under the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration
  Program are accepted for participation in that Program; and
  (3) the programs referred to in subsection (a) are conducted simultaneously
  in competition with each other in the same immediate area of the United
  States only when the population of eligible participants in that area is
  sufficient to justify the simultaneous conduct of such programs in that area.
SEC. 1094. OTHER PROGRAMS OF THE COMMISSION ON NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE.
  (a) INCREASED COMMISSION ACTIVITIES- It is the purpose of this section to
  increase the ability of the Commission on National and Community Service
  to expand non-residential programs that perform worthwhile urban and rural
  community projects that assist in the economic transition of localities
  affected by Department of Defense conversion. The Commission may also explore
  the potential for developing a program that would permit members of the
  Civilian Community Corps established under subtitle H of title I of the
  National and Community Service Act of 1990, as added by section 1092, to
  provide training to such participants at residential facilities and return
  them to their local communities for the service portion of their period of
  agreed service. To the extent practicable, such effort shall be coordinated
  with the National Guard Civilian Youth Opportunities Program authorized by
  section 1091 and with the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program
  established pursuant to the authorization contained in section 195A the
  National and Community Service Act of 1990, as added by section 1092.
  (b) FUNDING AND USE OF FUNDS- (1) Of the amounts appropriated for the
  Department of Defense for operation and maintenance in fiscal year 1993
  pursuant to the authorization of appropriations in section 301, $30,000,000
  shall be available to the Board of Directors of the Commission on National
  and Community Service for activities under subtitles B, C, D, E, F, and
  G of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12510 et
  seq.). Such amount shall be in addition to, and not a substitute for,
  amounts authorized to be appropriated under section 501 of such Act (42
  U.S.C. 12681).
  (2) In the use of the funds made available under paragraph (1), the
  Commission shall give special consideration to--
  (A) programs located in communities where facilities of military installation
  (as defined in section 2687(e)(1) of title 10, United States Code) have
  been closed;
  (B) programs that employ retired, inactive, or discharged military personnel;
  (C) programs that involve military personnel participating in volunteer
  services;
  (D) programs that test whether a non-residential, community based youth
  service corps can engender in young men and women a commitment to civic
  responsibility and involvement in their communities;
  (E) programs that test whether such non-residential corps permit young
  people who have received military-based training to use their skills and
  knowledge to improve their communities; and
  (F) programs that test whether retired, discharged, or inactive members
  and former members of the Armed Forces can play a meaningful role in
  service-learning by acting as mentors, teachers, counselors and role models.
SEC. 1095. LIMITATION ON OBLIGATION OF FUNDS.
  (a) CIVILIAN COMMUNITY CORPS DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM- The amount made available
  pursuant to section 1092(c) for the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration
  Program under subtitle H of title I of the National and Community Service Act
  of 1990 (as added by section 1092(a)), may be obligated for that program only
  if expenditures for that program have been determined by the Director of the
  Office of Management and Budget to be counted against the defense category
  of the discretionary spending limits for fiscal year 1993 (as defined in
  section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974) for purposes
  of part C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
  (b) OTHER COMMISSION ON NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS- The amount
  made available pursuant to section 1094(b) for activities under subtitles
  B, C, D, E, F, and G of the National and Community Service Act of 1990
  (42 U.S.C. 12510 et seq.) may be obligated for such activities only if
  expenditures for such activities have been determined by the Director of the
  Office of Management and Budget to be counted against the defense category
  of the discretionary spending limits for fiscal year 1993 (as defined in
  section 601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974) for purposes
  of part C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
  (c) EFFECT ON APPROPRIATIONS FOR PROGRAMS NOT COUNTED AGAINST DEFENSE
  CATEGORY- (1) Not later than the third day after the date of the enactment
  of this Act, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall make
  a determination as to the classification by discretionary spending limit
  category for purposes of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control
  Act of 1985 of amounts appropriated for fiscal year 1993 under section 301
  and made available for the Civilian Community Corps Demonstration Program
  under subtitle H of title I of the National and Community Service Act of
  1990 (as added by section 1092(a)) or for activities under subtitles B, C,
  D, E, F, and G of such Act. If the Director determines that any such amount
  shall not classify against the defense category (as described in subsections
  (a) and (b)), then the President shall submit to Congress a report stating
  that the Director has made such a determination and containing the amounts
  that will not classify against the defense category and an explanation
  for the determination.
  (2) The amounts listed in the report under paragraph (1) may be transferred
  only to the programs under title III that are classified against the
  defense category pursuant to amounts specified in appropriation Acts. Any
  such transfer shall be taken into account for purposes of calculating all
  reports under section 254 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit
  Control Act of 1985.
TITLE XI--ARMY GUARD COMBAT REFORM INITIATIVE
SEC. 1101. SHORT TITLE.
  This title may be cited as the `Army National Guard Combat Readiness Reform
  Act of 1992'.
Subtitle A--Deployability Enhancements
SEC. 1111. MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF PRIOR ACTIVE-DUTY PERSONNEL.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF MINIMUM PERCENTAGE- The Secretary of the Army shall
  have an objective of increasing the percentage of qualified prior active-duty
  personnel in the Army National Guard to 65 percent, in the case of officers,
  and to 50 percent, in the case of enlisted members, by September 30, 1997.
  (b) INTERIM ACCESSION PERCENTAGES- The Secretary shall prescribe regulations
  establishing for each of fiscal years 1993 through 1997 an accession
  percentage for officers, and a separate accession percentage for enlisted
  members, for prior active-duty personnel so as to facilitate compliance
  with the objectives stated in subsection (a).
  (c) QUALIFIED PRIOR ACTIVE-DUTY PERSONNEL- For purposes of this section,
  qualified prior active-duty personnel are members of the Army National
  Guard with not less than two years of active duty.
  (d) DEADLINE FOR REGULATIONS- The regulations required by subsection (a)
  shall be prescribed not later than March 15, 1993. The Secretary shall
  submit those regulations to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate
  and House of Representatives not later than April 1, 1993.
SEC. 1112. SERVICE IN SELECTED RESERVE IN LIEU OF ACTIVE-DUTY SERVICE.
  (a) ACADEMY GRADUATES AND DISTINGUISHED ROTC GRADUATES TO SERVE IN SELECTED
  RESERVE FOR PERIOD OF ACTIVE-DUTY SERVICE OBLIGATION NOT SERVED ON ACTIVE
  DUTY- (1) An officer who is a graduate of one of the service academies or
  who was commissioned as a distinguished Reserve Officers' Training Corps
  graduate and who is permitted to be released from active duty before the
  completion of the active-duty service obligation applicable to that officer
  shall serve the remaining period of such active-duty service obligation
  as a member of the Selected Reserve.
  (2) The Secretary concerned may waive paragraph (1) in a case in which
  the Secretary determines that there is no unit position available for
  the officer.
  (b) ROTC GRADUATES- The Secretary of the Army shall provide a program
  under which graduates of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps program may
  perform their minimum period of obligated service by a combination of (A)
  two years of active duty, and (B) such additional period of service as is
  necessary to complete the remainder of such obligation, to be served in
  the National Guard.
SEC. 1113. REVIEW OF OFFICER PROMOTIONS BY COMMANDER OF ASSOCIATED ACTIVE
DUTY UNIT.
  (a) REVIEW- Whenever an officer in an Army National Guard unit as defined
  in subsection (b) is recommended for a unit vacancy promotion to a grade
  above first lieutenant, the recommended promotion shall be reviewed by the
  commander of the active duty unit associated with the National Guard unit
  of that officer or another active-duty officer designated by the Secretary
  of the Army. The commander or other active-duty officer designated by the
  Secretary of the Army shall provide to the promoting authority, through the
  promotion board convened by the promotion authority to consider unit vacancy
  promotion candidates, before the promotion is made, a recommendation of
  concurrence or nonconcurrence in the promotion. The recommendation shall
  be provided to the promoting authority within 60 days after receipt of
  notice of the recommended promotion.
  (b) IMPLEMENTATION- Subsection (a) shall take effect--
  (1) on April 1, 1993, for officers in Army National Guard units that on
  that date are designated as round-out/round-up units;
  (2) on October 1, 1993, for officers in other units of the Army National
  Guard in the Selected Reserve of the Ready Reserve that are designated as
  early deploying units; and
  (3) on April 1, 1994, for officers in all other Army National Guard
  combat units.
  (c) REPORT ON FEASIBILITY- The Secretary of the Army shall submit to the
  Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives a
  report, not later than March 1, 1993, containing a plan for implementation
  of subsection (a). The Secretary may include with the report such proposals
  for legislation to clarify, improve, or modify  the provisions of subsection
  (a) in order to better carry out the purposes of those provisions as the
  Secretary considers appropriate.
SEC. 1114. NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS.
  (a) NONWAIVABILITY- Any standard prescribed by the Secretary of the Army
  establishing a military education requirement for noncommissioned officers
  that must be met as a requirement for promotion to a higher noncommissioned
  officer grade may be waived only if the Secretary determines that the
  waiver is necessary in order to preserve unit leadership continuity under
  combat conditions.
  (b) AVAILABILITY OF TRAINING POSITIONS- The Secretary of the Army shall
  ensure that there are sufficient training positions available to enable
  compliance with subsection (a).
SEC. 1115. INITIAL ENTRY TRAINING AND NONDEPLOYABLE PERSONNEL ACCOUNT.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF PERSONNEL ACCOUNT- The Secretary of the Army shall
  establish a personnel accounting category for members of the Army National
  Guard to be used for categorizing members of the National Guard who have
  not completed the minimum training required for deployment or who are
  otherwise not available for deployment. The account shall be designed so
  that it is compatible with the decentralized personnel systems of the
  Army Guard and Reserve. The account shall be used for the reporting of
  personnel readiness and may not be used as a factor in establishing the
  level of Army Guard and Reserve force structure.
  (b) USE OF ACCOUNT- Until a member of the Army National Guard has completed
  the minimum training necessary for deployment, the member may not be
  assigned to fill a position in a National Guard unit but shall be carried
  in the account established under subsection (a).
  (c) TIME FOR QUALIFICATION FOR DEPLOYMENT- (1) If at the end of 24 months
  after a member of the Army National Guard enters the National Guard, the
  member has not completed the minimum training required for deployment,
  the member shall be discharged from the Army National Guard.
  (2) The Secretary of the Army may waive the requirement in paragraph
  (1) in the case of health care providers and in other cases determined
  necessary. The authority to make such a waiver may not be delegated.
SEC. 1116. MINIMUM PHYSICAL DEPLOYABILITY STANDARDS.
  The Secretary of the Army shall transfer the personnel classification of
  a member of the Army National Guard from the National Guard unit of the
  member to the personnel account established pursuant to section 1115 if
  the member does not meet minimum physical profile standards required for
  deployment. Any such transfer shall be made not later than 90 days after
  the date on which the determination that the member does not meet such
  standards is made.
SEC. 1117. MEDICAL ASSESSMENTS.
  The Secretary of the Army shall require that--
  (1) each member of the Army National Guard undergo a medical and dental
  screening on an annual basis; and
  (2) each member of the Army National Guard over the age of 40 undergo a
  full physical examination not less often than every two years.
SEC. 1118. DENTAL READINESS OF MEMBERS OF EARLY DEPLOYING UNITS.
  (a) DEVELOPMENT OF PLAN- The Secretary of the Army shall develop a plan to
  ensure that units of the Army National Guard scheduled for early deployment
  in the event of a mobilization (as determined by the Secretary) are dentally
  ready (as defined in regulations of the Secretary) for deployment.
  (b) REPORT- The Secretary shall submit to the Committees on Armed Services
  of the Senate and House of Representatives a report on such plan not
  later than February 15, 1993. The Secretary shall include in the report
  any legislative proposals that the Secretary considers necessary in order
  to implement the plan.
SEC. 1119. COMBAT UNIT TRAINING.
  The Secretary of the Army shall establish a program to minimize the
  post-mobilization training time required for combat units of the Army
  National Guard. The program shall require--
  (1) that unit premobilization training emphasize--
  (A) individual soldier qualification and training;
  (B) collective training and qualification at the crew, section, team,
  and squad level; and
  (C) maneuver training at the platoon level as required of all Army units; and
  (2) that combat training for command and staff leadership include annual
  multi-echelon training to develop battalion, brigade, and division level
  skills, as appropriate.
SEC. 1120. USE OF COMBAT SIMULATORS.
  The Secretary of the Army shall expand the use of simulations, simulators,
  and advanced training devices and technologies in order to increase training
  opportunities for members and units of the Army National Guard.
Subtitle B--Assessment of National Guard Capability
SEC. 1121. DEPLOYABILITY RATING SYSTEM.
  The Secretary of the Army shall modify the readiness rating system for
  units of the Army Reserve and Army National Guard to ensure that the rating
  system provides an accurate assessment of the deployability of a unit
  and those shortfalls of a unit that require the provision of additional
  resources. In making such modifications, the Secretary shall ensure that
  the unit readiness rating system is designed so--
  (1) that the personnel readiness rating of a unit reflects--
  (A) both the percentage of the overall personnel requirement of the unit
  that is manned and deployable and the fill and deployability rate for
  critical occupational specialties necessary for the unit to carry out its
  basic mission requirements; and
  (B) the number of personnel in the unit who are qualified in their primary
  military occupational specialty; and
  (2) that the equipment readiness assessment of a unit--
  (A) documents all equipment required for deployment;
  (B) reflects only that equipment that is directly possessed by the unit;
  (C) specifies the effect of substitute items; and
  (D) assesses the effect of missing components and sets on the readiness
  of major equipments items.
SEC. 1122. INSPECTIONS.
  Section 105 of title 32, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a)--
  (A) by striking out `may' in the matter preceding paragraph (1) and
  inserting in lieu thereof `shall';
  (B) by striking out `and' at the end of paragraph (5);
  (C) by striking out the period at the end of paragraph (6) and inserting
  in lieu thereof `; and'; and
  (D) by inserting after paragraph (6) the following:
  `(7) the units of the Army National Guard meet requirements for deployment.';
  and
  (2) in subsection (b), by inserting `; and for determining which units of
  the National Guard meet deployability standards' before the period.
Subtitle C--Compatibility of Guard Units With Active Component Units
SEC. 1131. ACTIVE DUTY ASSOCIATE UNIT RESPONSIBILITY.
  (a) ASSOCIATE UNITS- The Secretary of the Army shall require that each
  National Guard combat unit of the Army National Guard be associated with
  an active-duty combat unit.
  (b) RESPONSIBILITIES- The commander (at a brigade or higher level) of the
  associated active duty unit for any National Guard combat unit shall be
  responsible for--
  (1) approving the training program of the National Guard unit;
  (2) reviewing the readiness report of the National Guard unit;
  (3) assessing the manpower, equipment, and training resources requirements
  of the National Guard unit; and
  (4) validating, not less often than annually, the compatibility of the
  National Guard unit with the active duty forces.
  (c) IMPLEMENTATION- The Secretary of the Army shall begin to implement
  subsection (a) during fiscal year 1993 and shall achieve full implementation
  of the plan not later than October 1, 1995.
SEC. 1132. TRAINING COMPATIBILITY.
  Section 414(c) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years
  1992 and 1993 (105 Stat. 1353) is amended by adding at the end the following
  new paragraph:
  `(4) After September 30, 1994, not less than 3,000 warrant officers and
  enlisted members in addition to those assigned under paragraph (2) shall
  be assigned to serve as advisers under the program.'.
SEC. 1133. SYSTEMS COMPATIBILITY.
  (a) COMPATIBILITY PROGRAM- The Secretary of the Army shall develop and
  implement a program to ensure that Army personnel systems, Army supply
  systems, Army maintenance management systems, and Army finance systems
  are compatible across all Army components.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than September 30, 1993, the Secretary shall submit to
  the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives
  a report describing the program under subsection (a) and setting forth a
  plan for implementation of the program by the end of fiscal year 1997.
SEC. 1134. EQUIPMENT COMPATIBILITY.
  Section 115b(b) of title 10, United States Code, is amended by adding at
  the end the following new paragraph:
  `(8) A statement of the current status of the compatibility of equipment
  between the Army reserve components and active forces of the Army, the
  effect of that level of incompatibility on combat effectiveness, and a
  plan to achieve full equipment compatibility.'.
SEC. 1135. DEPLOYMENT PLANNING REFORM.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR PRIORITY SYSTEM- The Secretary of the Army shall
  develop a system for identifying the priority for mobilization of Army
  reserve component units. The priority system shall be based on regional
  contingency planning requirements and doctrine to be integrated into the
  Army war planning process.
  (b) UNIT DEPLOYMENT DESIGNATORS- The system shall include the use of
  Unit Deployment Designators to specify the post-mobilization training
  days allocated to a unit before deployment. The Secretary shall specify
  standard designator categories in order to group units according to the
  timing of deployment after mobilization.
  (c) USE OF DESIGNATORS- (1) The Secretary shall establish procedures
  to link the Unit Deployment Designator system to the process by which
  resources are provided for National Guard units.
  (2) The Secretary shall develop a plan that allocates greater funding
  for training, full-time support, equipment, and manpower in excess of 100
  percent of authorized strength to units assigned unit deployment designators
  that allow fewer post-mobilization training days.
  (3) The Secretary shall establish procedures to identify the command level
  at which combat units would, upon deployment, be integrated with active
  component forces consistent with the Unit Deployment Designator system.
SEC. 1136. QUALIFICATION FOR PRIOR-SERVICE ENLISTMENT BONUS.
  Section 308i(c) of title 37, United States Code, is amended by striking
  out the period at the end and inserting in lieu thereof `and may not be
  paid a bonus under this section unless the specialty associated with the
  position the member is projected to occupy is a specialty in which the
  member successfully served while on active duty and attained a level of
  qualification commensurate with the member's grade and years of service.'.
SEC. 1137. STUDY OF IMPLEMENTATION FOR ALL RESERVE COMPONENTS.
  The Secretary of Defense shall conduct an assessment of the feasibility of
  implementing the provisions of this title for all reserve components. Not
  later than December 31, 1993, the Secretary shall submit to the Committees
  on Armed Services of the Senate and House of Representatives a report
  containing a plan for such implementation.
TITLE XII--SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS
Subtitle A--Operation Desert Storm
SEC. 1201. EXTENSION OF SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATIONS FOR OPERATION DESERT STORM.
  Sections 101, 102(c), and 106 of Public Law 102-25 (105 Stat. 78) are each
  amended by striking out `fiscal years 1991 and 1992' each place it appears
  and inserting in lieu thereof `fiscal years 1991, 1992, and 1993'.
SEC. 1202. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992.
  (a) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1992 in accordance with
  subsection (a) of section 101 of Public Law 102-25 (105 Stat. 78), to be
  available under subsection (b)(1) of such section, the sum of $429,000,000
  for military personnel as follows:
  (1) ARMY- For the Army, $399,000,000.
  (2) NAVY- For the Navy, $30,000,000.
  (b) INCREASED LIMITATION ON AUTHORITY FOR TRANSFER OF FISCAL YEAR 1992
  AUTHORIZATIONS- The total amount of the transfer authority provided for
  the Secretary of Defense for fiscal year 1992 in Public Law 102-190 or any
  other Act is increased by the amounts of the funds appropriated pursuant
  to subsection (a) that are transferred to fiscal year 1992 appropriations
  accounts pursuant to sections 101 and 102(c) of Public Law 102-25, as
  amended by section 1201.
SEC. 1203. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993.
  (a) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be appropriated
  to the Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 in accordance with
  subsection (a) of section 101 of Public Law 102-25 (105 Stat. 78), to be
  available under subsection (b) of such section, the sum of $87,700,000
  for military personnel as follows:
  (1) ARMY- For the Army, $29,300,000.
  (2) NAVY- For the Navy, $35,300,000.
  (3) MARINE CORPS- For the Marine Corps, $3,100,000.
  (4) AIR FORCE- For the Air Force, $20,000,000.
  (b) INCREASED LIMITATION ON AUTHORITY FOR TRANSFER OF FISCAL YEAR 1993
  AUTHORIZATIONS- The amount of the transfer authority provided in section 1001
  is increased by the amounts of the funds appropriated pursuant to subsection
  (a) that are transferred to fiscal year 1993 appropriations accounts pursuant
  to sections 101 and 102(c) of Public Law 102-25, as amended by section 1201.
SEC. 1204. RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER AUTHORIZATIONS.
  The authorizations of appropriations in sections 1202 and 1203 are in
  addition to the amounts otherwise authorized to be appropriated to the
  Department of Defense for fiscal year 1992 and for fiscal year 1993 by
  any other provision of this Act or by any other Act enacted before the
  date of the enactment of this Act.
Subtitle B--Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar
SEC. 1211. SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1992.
  (a) AUTHORIZATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS- There is authorized to be
  appropriated for fiscal year 1992 to cover the incremental costs arising
  from the consequences of Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar $529,300,000
  as follows:
  (1) For Military Personnel:
  (A) For the Navy, $10,700,000.
  (B) For the Air Force, $58,200,000.
  (C) For the Air Force Reserve, $8,800,000.
  (D) For the Air National Guard, $1,900,000.
  (2) For Operation and Maintenance:
  (A) For the Army, $1,400,000.
  (B) For the Navy, $142,900,000.
  (C) For the Air Force, $228,000,000.
  (D) For the Defense Agencies, $31,500,000.
  (E) For the Army Reserve, $3,300,000.
  (F) For the Air Force Reserve, $13,200,000.
  (G) For the Army National Guard, $1,400,000.
  (H) For the Air National Guard, $2,000,000.
  (3) For Military Construction:
  (A) For the Air Force inside the United States, $10,000,000.
  (B) For the Air Force for family housing inside the United States,
  $16,000,000.
  (b) AUTHORIZATION OF EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS- There is
  authorized to be appropriated for fiscal year 1992 to cover the incremental
  costs arising from the consequences of Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar
  $263,530,000 as follows:
  (1) For military construction for the Navy outside the United States,
  $81,530,000.
  (2) For military construction for the Air Force inside the United States,
  $66,000,000.
  (3) For military construction for the Air Force outside the United States,
  $7,600,000.
  (4) For family housing for the Navy outside the United States, $87,200,000.
  (5) For family housing for the Air Force outside the United States,
  $21,200,000.
  (c) EMERGENCY DESIGNATION- The authorization of appropriations in subsection
  (b) are effective only to the extent that the appropriations are designated
  by the Congress as emergency appropriations for all purposes of the Balanced
  Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 in an appropriations Act.
TITLE XIII--MATTERS RELATING TO ALLIES AND OTHER NATIONS
Subtitle A--Burdensharing
SEC. 1301. OVERSEAS BASING ACTIVITIES.
  (a) FUNDING REDUCTIONS- (1)(A) The total amount appropriated to the
  Department of Defense for operation and maintenance and for military
  construction (including NATO Infrastructure) that is obligated to conduct
  overseas basing activities during fiscal year 1993 may not exceed the
  amount equal to the baseline for fiscal year 1993 reduced by $500,000,000.
  (B) For purposes of subparagraph (A), the baseline for fiscal year 1993
  is the sum of the amounts of the overseas funding estimates specified
  for such year for Operation and Maintenance; Family Housing, Operations;
  Family Housing, Construction; and Military Construction (including NATO
  Infrastructure) set forth on page 8 of the report of the Department
  of Defense dated January 1992, and entitled `Amended FY 1992/FY 1993
  Biennial Budget Estimates for Defense Overseas Funding and Dependent
  Overseas Funding'.
  (2) It is the sense of Congress that the amounts obligated to conduct
  overseas basing activities should decline significantly in fiscal years
  1994, 1995, and 1996 as--
  (A) the number of United States military personnel stationed overseas
  is reduced in conformance with the provisions of section 1302 and the
  amendment made by section 1303; and
  (B) the countries to which subsection (e)(1) and (e)(2) apply assume an
  increased share of the costs of United States military installations in
  those countries.
  (b) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `overseas basing activities'
  means the activities of the Department of Defense for which funds are
  provided through appropriations for operation and maintenance, including
  appropriations for family housing operations, and for military construction
  (including family housing construction and NATO Infrastructure) for the
  payment of costs for Department of Defense overseas military units and
  the costs for all dependents who accompany Department of Defense personnel
  outside the United States.
  (c) OFFSETS- Reductions for purposes of subsection (a) in obligations of
  appropriated funds for overseas basing activities may be offset by either
  or a combination of the following:
  (1) Increase in the level of host-nation support due to agreements reached
  under subsection (e) or otherwise.
  (2) Accelerated withdrawal of United States forces or equipment under the
  provisions of section 1302 and the amendment made by section 1303.
  (d) ALLOCATIONS OF SAVINGS- The savings realized as a result of the
  reductions for purposes of subsection (a) will be allocated for operation and
  maintenance and military construction activities of the Department of Defense
  at military installations and facilities located inside the United States.
  (e) DEFENSE BURDENSHARING AGREEMENTS FOR INCREASED HOST NATION SUPPORT-
  (1) In order to achieve additional savings in fiscal year 1994 and in
  future fiscal years, the President should enter into a revised host-nation
  agreement with each foreign country described in paragraph (3)(A).
  (2) For purposes of paragraph (1), a revised host-nation agreement is an
  agreement under which such foreign country, on or before September 30, 1994--
  (A) assumes an increased share of the costs of United States military
  installations in that country, including the costs of--
  (i) labor, utilities, and services;
  (ii) military construction projects and real property maintenance;
  (iii) leasing requirements associated with United States military presence;
  and
  (iv) actions necessary to meet local environmental standards;
  (B) relieves the Armed Forces of the United States of all tax liability
  that, with respect to forces located in such country, is incurred by the
  Armed Forces under the laws of that country and the laws of the community
  where those forces are located; and
  (C) ensures that goods and services furnished in that country to the
  Armed Forces of the United States are provided at minimum cost and without
  imposition of user fees.
  (3)(A) Except as provided in subparagraph (B), paragraph (1) applies with
  respect to--
  (i) each country of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (other than
  the United States); and
  (ii) each other foreign country with which the United States has a bilateral
  or multilateral defense agreement that provides for the assignment of
  combat units of the Armed Forces of the United States to permanent duty
  in that country or the placement of combat equipment of the United States
  in that country.
  (B) Paragraph (1) does not apply with respect to--
  (i) a foreign country that receives assistance under section 23 of the
  Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2673) (relating to the foreign military
  financing program) or under the provisions of chapter 4 of part II of the
  Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2346 et seq.); or
  (ii) a foreign country that has agreed to assume, not later than September
  30, 1996, at least 75 percent of the non-personnel costs of United States
  military installations in that country.
SEC. 1302. OVERSEAS MILITARY END STRENGTH.
  (a) REDUCTION IN UNITED STATES FORCE LEVELS ABROAD- On and after September
  30, 1996, no appropriated funds may be used to support an end strength level
  of members of the Armed Forces of the United States assigned to permanent
  duty ashore in nations outside the United States at any level in excess of
  60 percent of the end strength level of such members on September 30, 1992.
  (b) EXCEPTIONS- (1) Subsection (a) shall not apply in the event of a
  declaration of war or an armed attack on any member nation of the North
  Atlantic Treaty Organization, Japan, the Republic of Korea, or any other
  ally of the United States.
  (2) The President may waive the operation of subsection (a) if the President
  declares an emergency and immediately notifies Congress.
SEC. 1303. REDUCTION IN THE AUTHORIZED END STRENGTH FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL
IN EUROPE.
  (a) REDUCED END STRENGTH- Subsection (c)(1) of section 1002 of the National
  Defense Authorization Act, 1985 (22 U.S.C. 1928 note), is amended by
  striking out `235,700' in the first sentence and all that follows and
  inserting in lieu thereof `100,000.'.
  (b) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendment made by subsection (a) shall take effect
  on October 1, 1995.
SEC. 1304. REPORTS ON OVERSEAS BASING.
  (a) ANNUAL REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall, not later than March
  31 of each year through 1997, submit to the Committees on Armed Services
  of the Senate and House of Representatives, either separately or as part
  of another relevant report, a report that specifies--
  (1) the stationing and basing plan for United States military forces
  outside the United States;
  (2) the status of closures of United States military installations located
  outside the United States;
  (3) the schedule for the negotiation of such closures;
  (4) the potential savings to the United States resulting from such closures;
  (5) the potential amount of receipts from residual value negotiations; and
  (6) efforts and progress toward achieving host nation offsets under section
  1301(e) and reduced end strength levels under section 1302.
  (b)  REPORT ON BUDGET IMPLICATIONS OF OVERSEAS BASING AGREEMENTS- Whenever
  the Secretary of Defense enters into a basing agreement between the United
  States and a foreign country with respect to United States military forces
  outside the United States, the Secretary of Defense shall, in advance of
  the signing of the agreement, submit to the congressional defense committees
  a report on the Federal budget implications of the agreement.
SEC. 1305.  BURDENSHARING CONTRIBUTIONS BY KUWAIT.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT CONTRIBUTIONS- Section 1045 of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1465) is amended in subsections (a) and (f) by inserting `,
  Kuwait,' after `Japan'.
  (b) AVAILABILITY OF CONTRIBUTIONS- Subsection (c) of such section is
  amended by striking out `in the country making the contributions'.
  (c) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The heading of such section is amended to read
  as follows:
`SEC. 1045. BURDENSHARING CONTRIBUTIONS BY JAPAN, KUWAIT, AND THE REPUBLIC
OF KOREA.'.
Subtitle B--Cooperative Agreements and Other Matters Concerning Allies
SEC. 1311. COOPERATIVE MILITARY AIRLIFT AGREEMENTS.
  (a) LIQUIDATION OF CREDITS AND LIABILITIES- Section 2350c(a)(2) of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended by striking out all after `liquidated' and
  inserting in lieu thereof `as agreed upon by the parties.  Liquidation shall
  be either by direct payment to the country that has provided the greater
  amount of transportation or by the providing of in-kind transportation
  services to that country. The liquidation shall occur on a regular basis,
  but not less often than once every 12 months.'.
  (b) COUNTRIES ELIGIBLE FOR COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS- Section 2350c(e)(1)
  of such title is amended by striking out `or New Zealand' and inserting
  in lieu thereof `, New Zealand, Japan, and the Republic of Korea'.
SEC. 1312. COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS WITH ALLIES.
  (a) ACQUISITION OF LOGISTICS SUPPORT, SUPPLIES, AND SERVICES FROM ALLIES-
  Section 2341 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in paragraph (1), by striking out `in Europe and adjacent waters'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `outside the United States'; and
  (2) in paragraph (2)--
  (A) by striking out `in which elements of the armed forces are deployed
  (or are to be deployed)'; and
  (B) by striking out `in such country or in the military region in which
  such country is located' and inserting in lieu thereof `outside the
  United States'.
  (b) LIMITATIONS ON AMOUNTS THAT MAY BE OBLIGATED OR ACCRUED BY THE UNITED
  STATES- Section 2347 of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) in subsection (a)(1)--
  (A) by striking out `North Atlantic Treaty Organization' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `armed forces'; and
  (B) by inserting `with other member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty
  Organization and subsidiary bodies of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization'
  after `(before the computation of offsetting balances)';
  (2) in subsection (a)(2)--
  (A) by striking out `in the military region affecting' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `involving the armed forces, the total amount of reimbursable
  liabilities that the United States may accrue under this subchapter
  (before the computation of offsetting balances) with'; and
  (B) by striking out `the total amount of reimbursable liabilities that the
  United States may accrue under this subchapter (before the computation of
  offsetting balances) with such country';
  (3) in subsection (b)(1)--
  (A) by striking out `North Atlantic Treaty Organization' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `armed forces'; and
  (B) by inserting `with other member countries of the North Atlantic Treaty
  Organization and subsidiary bodies of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization'
  after `(before the computation of offsetting balances)'; and
  (4) in subsection (b)(2)--
  (A) by striking out `in the military region affecting a country referred
  to in paragraph (1)' and inserting in lieu thereof `involving the armed
  forces'; and
  (B) by striking out `from such country (before the computation of offsetting
  balances)' and inserting in lieu thereof `(before the computation of
  offsetting balances) with a country which is not a member of the North
  Atlantic Treaty Organization, but with which the United States has one or
  more acquisition or cross-servicing agreements'.
  (c) EFFECTIVE DATE- The amendments made by this section shall take effect
  on the date of enactment of this Act and shall apply to acquisitions of
  logistics support, supplies, and services under chapter 138 of title 10,
  United States Code, that are initiated on or after the date of enactment
  of this Act.
SEC. 1313. AUTHORITY FOR GOVERNMENT OF OMAN TO RECEIVE EXCESS DEFENSE ARTICLES.
  Section 516(a) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (22 U.S.C. 2321j(a))
  is amended--
  (1) by  inserting `(1)' after `may transfer';
  (2) by striking `structure and' and inserting `structure, (2)';
  (3) by inserting `and (3) to those countries which, as of October 1, 1990,
  contributed armed forces to deter Iraqi aggression in the Arabian Gulf,
  and which either received Foreign Military Financing (FMF) assistance in
  fiscal year 1990 or are in the Near East Region and received Foreign Military
  Financing (FMF) assistance in fiscal year 1991,' after `southeastern flank
  of NATO which are eligible for United States security assistance,'; and
  (4) by striking `and those countries which received Foreign Military
  Financing (FMF) assistance in fiscal year 1990 and which, as of October 1,
  1990, contributed armed forces to deter Iraqi aggression in the Arabian
  Gulf,'.
SEC. 1314. REPORT ON POSSIBLE REVISIONS TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY.
  (a) FINDINGS- The Congress finds that--
  (1) when the North Atlantic Treaty was signed in 1949, the clear military
  threat to the security of Western Europe was the Soviet Union and its
  allies in Eastern Europe;
  (2) since 1949 it has been clearly understood by the people of the Western
  World that the primary mission of NATO was to deter an attack from the
  Soviet Bloc;
  (3) the dramatic changes in Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall in
  1989, and the subsequent dissolution of the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet
  Union have fundamentally changed the security situation in Europe;
  (4) one of the consequences of the breakdown of 40 years of Communist rule
  in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union has been ethnic conflict
  throughout the region, particularly in the Balkans and the Republics of
  the former Soviet Union;
  (5) those fundamental changes in the security threats facing NATO member
  nations have caused confusion concerning the mission of NATO in the post-cold
  war world and the role of NATO military forces outside of the NATO Theater,
  particularly in the former Soviet Union;
  (6) if NATO is to continue to be relevant to the security interests
  of Western Europe and North America through the 1990's and beyond, the
  alliance's mission must be recrafted in order to enable it to address
  common transatlantic security concerns, including those beyond NATO's
  geographic boundaries; and
  (7) a fundamental review of the North Atlantic Treaty is necessary, in
  light of the new security situation in Europe.
  (b) REPORT- Not later than April 1, 1993, the President shall submit to
  Congress a report on the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949. The report shall
  include--
  (1) a detailed analysis of the forseeable threats to the security of NATO
  member nations;
  (2) a determination whether the North Atlantic Treaty of 1949 should be
  revised to meet the future challenges to peace and security; and
  (3) the extent to which the NATO charter permits the use of NATO forces for
  peacekeeping purposes, given the steadily increased use of military forces
  for such purposes, and the range of missions that should be considered
  for such peacekeeping to protect the interests of member nations
Subtitle C--Matters Relating to the Former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
SEC. 1321. NUCLEAR WEAPONS REDUCTION.
  (a) FINDINGS- The Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) On February 1, 1992, the President of the United States and the President
  of the Russian Federation agreed in a Joint Statement that `Russia and the
  United States do not regard each other as potential adversaries' and stated
  further that, `We will work to remove any remnants of cold war hostility,
  including taking steps to reduce our strategic arsenals'.
  (2) In the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, in exchange
  for the non-nuclear-weapon states agreeing not to seek a nuclear weapons
  capability nor to assist other non-nuclear-weapon states in doing so,
  the United States agreed to seek the complete elimination of all nuclear
  weapons worldwide, as declared in the preamble to the Treaty, which states
  that it is a goal of the parties to the Treaty to `facilitate the cessation
  of the manufacture of nuclear weapons, the liquidation of all their existing
  stockpiles, and the elimination from national arsenals of nuclear weapons
  and the means of their delivery' as well as in Article VI of the Treaty,
  which states that `each of the parties to the Treaty undertakes to pursue
  negotiations in good faith on effective measures relating to the cessation
  of the nuclear arms race at an early date and to nuclear disarmament'.
  (3) Carrying out a policy of seeking further significant and continuous
  reductions in the nuclear arsenals of all countries, besides reducing
  the likelihood of the proliferation of nuclear weapons and increasing
  the likelihood of a successful extension and possible strengthening of
  the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in 1995, when the
  Treaty is scheduled for review and possible extension, has additional
  benefits to the national security of the United States, including--
  (A) a reduced risk of accidental enablement and launch of a nuclear
  weapon, and
  (B) a defense cost savings which could be reallocated for deficit reduction
  or other important national needs.
  (4) The Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START) Treaty and the agreement
  by the President of the United States and the President of the Russian
  Federation on June 17, 1992, to reduce the strategic nuclear arsenals of
  each country to a level between 3,000 and 3,500 weapons are commendable
  intermediate stages in the process of achieving the policy goals described
  in paragraphs (1) and (2).
  (5) The current international era of cooperation provides greater
  opportunities for achieving worldwide reduction and control of nuclear
  weapons and material than any time since the emergence of nuclear weapons
  50 years ago.
  (6) It is in the security interests of both the United States and the
  world community for the President and the Congress to begin the process of
  reducing the number of nuclear weapons in every country through multilateral
  agreements and other appropriate means.
  (7) In a 1991 study, a committee of the National Academy of Sciences
  concluded that: `The appropriate new levels of nuclear weapons cannot be
  specified at this time, but it seems reasonable to the committee that
  U.S. strategic forces could in time be reduced to 1,000-2,000 nuclear
  warheads, provided that such a multilateral agreement included appropriate
  levels and verification measures for the other nations that possess nuclear
  weapons. This step would require successful implementation of our proposed
  post-START U.S.-Soviet reductions, related confidence-building measures
  in all the countries involved, and multilateral security cooperation in
  areas such as conventional force deployments and planning.'.
  (b) UNITED STATES POLICY- It shall be the goal of the United States--
  (1) to encourage and facilitate the denuclearization of Ukraine, Byelarus,
  and Kazakhstan, as agreed upon in the Lisbon ministerial meeting of May
  23, 1992;
  (2) to rapidly complete and submit for ratification by the United States
  the treaty incorporating the agreement of June 17, 1992, between the United
  States and the Russian Federation to reduce the number of strategic nuclear
  weapons in each country's arsenal to a level between 3,000 and 3,500;
  (3) to facilitate the ability of the Russian Federation, Ukraine, Byelarus,
  and Kazakhstan to implement agreed mutual reductions under the START Treaty,
  and under the Joint Understanding of June 16-17, 1992 between the United
  States and the Russian Federation, on an accelerated timetable, so that
  all such reductions can be completed by the year 2000;
  (4) to build on the agreement reached in the Joint Understanding of June
  16-17, 1992, by entering into multilateral negotiations with the Russian
  Federation, the United Kingdom, France, and the People's Republic of China,
  and, at an appropriate point in that process, enter into negotiations with
  other nuclear armed states in order to reach subsequent stage-by-stage
  agreements to achieve further reductions in the number of nuclear weapons
  in all countries;
  (5) to continue and extend cooperative discussions with the appropriate
  authorities of the former Soviet military on means to maintain and improve
  secure command and control over nuclear forces;
  (6) in consultation with other member countries of the North Atlantic
  Treaty Organization and other allies, to initiate discussions to bring
  tactical nuclear weapons into the arms control process; and
  (7) to ensure that the United States assistance to securely transport and
  store, and ultimately dismantle, former Soviet nuclear weapons and missiles
  for such weapons is being properly and effectively utilized.
  (c) ANNUAL REPORT- By February 1 of each year, the President shall submit
  to the Congress a report on--
  (1) the actions that the United States has taken, and the actions the
  United States plans to take during the next 12 months, to achieve each of
  the goals set forth in paragraphs (1) through (6) of subsection (b); and
  (2) the actions that have been taken by the Russian Federation, by other
  former Soviet republics, and by other countries to achieve those goals.
Each such report shall be submitted in unclassified form, with a classified
appendix if necessary.
SEC. 1322. VOLUNTEERS INVESTING IN PEACE AND SECURITY (VIPS) PROGRAM.
  (a) ESTABLISHMENT OF PROGRAM- (1) Part II of subtitle A of title 10, United
  States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new chapter:
`CHAPTER 89--VOLUNTEERS INVESTING IN PEACE AND SECURITY
`Sec.
`1801. Volunteer program to assist independent states of the former Soviet
Union.
`1802. Participants in program.
`1803. Determining needs for volunteers; role of the Secretary of State.
`1804. Compensation and benefits.
`1805. Termination of program.
`Sec. 1801. Volunteer program to assist independent states of the former
Soviet Union
  `The Secretary of Defense may, in coordination with the Secretary of State,
  carry out a program in accordance with this chapter to provide technical
  assistance to address the infrastructure needs of the independent states
  of the former Soviet Union. Assistance under the program shall be provided
  by volunteers who are retired members of the armed forces, or who are
  former members of the armed forces, who have been recently released from
  active duty.
`Sec. 1802. Participants in program
  `(a) If the Secretary of Defense carrys out a program under section 1801
  of this title, the Secretary shall select the volunteers to participate
  in the program. Volunteers shall be selected from among individuals--
  `(1) who have retired from active duty or been released from active duty
  under a voluntary separation program; and
  `(2) who possess technical skills relevant to the infrastructure needs of the
  independent states of the former Soviet Union (as identified by the Secretary
  of State pursuant to section 1803(a) of this title), including skills in
  areas such as civil engineering, electrical engineering, nuclear plant
  safety, environmental cleanup, logistics, communications, and health care.
  `(b) Volunteers may be selected from among individuals who were separated
  from active duty not more than two years before the date of the enactment
  of this chapter.
  `(c)(1) The Secretary of Defense may employ volunteers, by contract,
  to provide services that use their technical skills for the benefit of
  governmental or nonprofit nongovernmental entities in any of the independent
  states of the former Soviet Union.
  `(2) A person who is employed as a volunteer under paragraph (1) shall be
  considered to be an employee for the purposes of chapter 81 of title 5,
  relating to compensation for work-related injuries. Such a person who is
  not otherwise employed by the Federal Government shall not be considered
  to be a Federal employee for any other purpose by reason of such employment
  as a volunteer.
  `(d) Volunteers may be required to agree to serve in an independent state
  of the former Soviet Union for a period of two years (in addition to such
  period of education and training provided under section 1803(c) of this
  title) except to the extent the Secretary of State determines otherwise.
  `(e) The Secretary of Defense shall prescribe procedures for the selection
  of volunteers, including procedures for the submission of applications.
  `(f) The Secretary of Defense may maintain a registry of applicants who
  are qualified to be volunteers, including the skills of such applicants.
`Sec. 1803. Determining needs for volunteers; role of the Secretary of State
  `(a) The Secretary of Defense, in consultation with the Secretary of State,
  may identify the technical skills that could be provided by volunteers
  pursuant to this chapter and identify opportunities for the placement
  of volunteers with governmental or nongovernmental entities in each
  participating country.
  `(b) The Secretary of State shall approve the functions to be performed
  by each volunteer assigned pursuant to this chapter and the assignment of
  each volunteer to an independent state of the former Soviet Union.
  `(c) The Secretary of State may provide volunteers with language training,
  cultural orientation, and such other education and training as the Secretary
  determines appropriate.  Any expenses incurred by the Secretary of State
  in carrying out this subsection shall be reimbursed by the Secretary of
  Defense from amounts currently available to the Secretary of Defense.
  `(d) Each volunteer shall serve under the authority of the United States
  chief of mission to the participating country and shall be considered to
  be a member of the United States mission to that country.
`Sec. 1804. Compensation and benefits
  `(a) Each volunteer may be paid a stipend at the annual rate of $25,000,
  subject to the availability of appropriations.
  `(b) If the Secretary of Defense determines that it is necessary to do
  so in order to recruit qualified volunteers, the Secretary may provide
  volunteers with the allowances and other benefits considered appropriate
  by the Secretary, including the following:
  `(1) Round-trip transportation for the volunteer and his or her dependents.
  `(2) Medical care for the volunteer and dependents, if the volunteer is
  not otherwise eligible for medical care from the Department of Defense or
  such medical care is otherwise not reasonably available.
  `(3) A housing allowance.
  `(4) An overseas cost-of-living allowance.
  `(5) Expenses of education of dependents.
`Sec. 1805. Termination of program
  `The selection of volunteers to participate in the program under this
  chapter shall terminate on September 30, 1995.'.
  (2) The tables of chapters at the beginning of subtitle A, and at the
  beginning of part II of subtitle A, of title 10, United States Code, are
  amended by inserting after the item relating to chapter 87 the following
  new item:
1801'.
  (b) REIMBURSEMENT OF OTHER AGENCIES- The Secretary of Defense shall
  reimburse other departments and agencies for all costs, direct or indirect,
  of participation in the program established under chapter 89 of title 10,
  United States Code, as added by subsection (a).
  (c) STUDY TO DETERMINE PROGRAM NEED AND AVAILABILITY OF VOLUNTEERS-
  The Secretary of Defense shall conduct a study to assess the need for
  the program under chapter 89 of title 10, United States Code, as added by
  subsection (a), and the availability of volunteers to participate in that
  program. The Secretary shall--
  (1) in consultation with the Secretary of State, conduct a survey, of a
  scope considered necessary by the Secretary, to determine what technical
  skills may be required within the independent states of the former Soviet
  Union and the degree of need for these skills;
  (2) determine the potential availability of former service members who are
  qualified in the required technical skills in a manner and of a duration
  considered necessary by the Secretary; and
  (3) maintain a registry of the skills and former service members who
  volunteer to participate during the study required in paragraphs (1) and (2).
  (d) EFFECTIVE DATE- Chapter 89 of title 10, United States Code, as added
  by subsection (a), shall take effect on October 1, 1992.
Subtitle D--Matters Relating to the Middle East and Persian Gulf Region
SEC. 1331. REPORT ON THE UNITED STATES STRATEGIC POSTURE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
AND PERSIAN GULF REGION.
  (a) REQUIREMENT FOR REPORT- Not later than February 1, 1993, the Secretary
  of Defense, together with the Secretary of State and the Director for
  Central Intelligence, shall submit to Congress a report on the United
  States strategic posture in the Middle East and Persian Gulf region.
  (b) CONTENT OF REPORT- The report shall include an assessment of the
  following matters:
  (1) The adequacy of United States power projection forces, strategic lift,
  forward deployed forces, prepositioned materiel, and force sustainability
  capabilities for protecting United States strategic interests in the Middle
  East and the Persian Gulf region in order to ensure the security needs of
  Israel, Egypt, and Persian Gulf states friendly to the United States.
  (2) United States policy, plans, and programs for ensuring Israel's military
  and technological superiority over potential threats.
  (3) United States capabilities for assisting Israel in a military emergency
  and the adequacy of United States military assistance and technology
  transfer for ensuring that Israel has the capability to deter war and to
  defend its territory with minimal risk and loss of life.
  (4) The state of strategic cooperation between the United States and
  Israel, including--
  (A) a thorough assessment of options for prepositioning in Israel appropriate
  defense articles for use by the United States in the region; and
  (B) an assessment of United States policies, plans, and programs for
  ensuring that maximum advantage is taken of Israel's strategic location and
  Israel's ability to provide unique options regarding military technologies
  and production.
  (5) The adequacy of United States power projection forces, military
  assistance, arms transfers, and cooperation arrangements for addressing
  Egypt's security arrangements to deter outside threats and to participate
  in regional security efforts with the United States and other nations.
  (6) The adequacy of United States power projection forces, military
  assistance, and arms transfers for addressing the security requirements
  of the Gulf Cooperation Council States.
  (7) The adequacy of the capabilities of the United States and countries
  friendly to the United States for deterring and defending against long-range
  missile threats and the use of weapons of mass destruction in the Middle
  East and the Persian Gulf region.
  (c) INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT- As part of the report submitted pursuant to
  subsection (a), the Secretary of Defense shall provide a military threat
  assessment for the Middle East and Persian Gulf region. The intelligence
  assessment shall include a description of--
  (1) the overall military threat to United States strategic interests in
  the Persian Gulf region;
  (2) the overall military threat to Israel and the military threats to Israel
  from individual countries, including an assessment of the Arab-Israeli
  military balance and a discussion of the changes taking place in that
  balance;
  (3) the military threats to Egypt;
  (4) the military threats to the Gulf Cooperation Council States; and
  (5) the threats to United States interests and to regional States friendly
  to the United States that result from the proliferation of long-range
  missiles and weapons of mass destruction.
  (d) FORM OF REPORT- The report may be submitted in classified and
  unclassified forms.
SEC. 1332. PROHIBITION ON CONTRACTING WITH ENTITIES THAT COMPLY WITH THE
SECONDARY ARAB BOYCOTT OF ISRAEL.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Chapter 141 of title 10, United States Code, as amended
  by sections 384, 808, 813, 834, 840, and 841, is further amended by adding
  at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 2410i. Prohibition on contracting with entities that comply with the
secondary Arab boycott of Israel
  `(a) POLICY- Under section 3(5)(A) of the Export Administration Act of
  1979 (50 U.S.C. App. 2402(5)(A)), it is the policy of the United States
  to oppose restrictive trade practices or boycotts fostered or imposed by
  foreign countries against other countries friendly to the United States
  or against any other United States person.
  `(b) PROHIBITION- (1) Consistent with the policy referred to in subsection
  (a), the Department of Defense may not award a contract for an amount
  in excess of the small purchase threshold (as defined in section 4(11)
  of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act (41 U.S.C. 403(11))) to
  a foreign entity unless that entity certifies to the Secretary of Defense
  that it does not comply with the secondary Arab boycott of Israel.
  `(2) In paragraph (1), the term `foreign entity' means a foreign person,
  a foreign company, or any other foreign entity.
  `(c) WAIVER AUTHORITY- The Secretary of Defense may waive the prohibition
  in subsection (b) in specific instances when the Secretary determines that
  the waiver is necessary in the national security interests of the United
  States. Within 15 days after the end of each fiscal year, the Secretary
  shall submit to Congress a report identifying each contract for which a
  waiver was granted under this subsection during that fiscal year.
  `(d) EXCEPTIONS- Subsection (b) does not apply--
  `(1) to contracts for consumable supplies, provisions, or services that
  are intended to be used for the support of United States forces or of
  allied forces in a foreign country; or
  `(2) to contracts pertaining to the use of any equipment, technology, data,
  or services for intelligence or classified purposes by the United States
  Government in the interests of national security or to the acquisition or
  lease of any such equipment, technology, data, or services by the United
  States Government in the interests of national security.'.
  (b) CLERICAL AMENDMENT- The table of sections at the beginning of such
  chapter, as amended by sections 384, 808, 813, 834, 840, and 841, is
  further amended by adding at the end the following new item:
`2410i. Prohibition on contracting with entities that comply with the
secondary Arab boycott of Israel.'.
Subtitle E--International Peacekeeping Activities
SEC. 1341. UNITED NATIONS PEACEKEEPING AND ENFORCEMENT REPORT.
  (a) REPORT REQUESTED- Not later than the date on which the President submits
  to Congress the budget for fiscal year 1994 under section 1105 of title 31,
  United States Code, the President shall transmit to Congress a report on
  the proposals of the Secretary General of the United Nations contained
  in his report to the Security Council entitled `Preventive Diplomacy,
  Peacemaking and Peacekeeping', dated June 19, 1992.
  (b) CONTENT OF PRESIDENT'S REPORT- The President's report shall contain
  a comprehensive analysis and discussion of the proposals of the Secretary
  General, including, in particular, the following:
  (1) The proposal that contributions for peacekeeping and related enforcement
  activities be funded out of the National Defense function of the budget
  rather than the `Contributions to International Peacekeeping Activities'
  account of the Department of State.
  (2) The assignment of responsibilities within the Executive branch if
  such contributions are funded, in whole or in part, out of the National
  Defense function.
  (3) The proposal that the United States and other member states of the
  United Nations negotiate special agreements under Article 43 of the
  United Nations Charter to provide for those states to make armed forces,
  assistance, and facilities available to the Security Council of the United
  Nations for the purposes stated in Article 42 of that Charter, not only
  on an ad hoc basis but on a permanent on-call basis for rapid deployment
  under Security Council authorization.
  (4) The proposal that member states of the United Nations commit to keep
  equipment specified by the Secretary General available for immediate sale,
  loan, or donation to the United Nations when required.
  (5) The proposal that member states of the United Nations make airlift
  and sealift capacity available to the United Nations free of cost or at
  lower than commercial rates.
  (6) Such other information as may be necessary to inform Congress on
  matters relating to the Secretary General's proposals.
SEC. 1342. SUPPORT FOR PEACEKEEPING ACTIVITIES.
  (a) FINDINGS- The Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) International peacekeeping activities contribute to the national
  interests of the United States in maintaining global stability and order.
  (2) International peacekeeping activities take many forms and include
  observer missions, ceasefire monitoring, human rights monitoring, refugee
  and humanitarian assistance, monitoring and conducting elections, monitoring
  of police in the demobilization of former combatants, and reforming judicial
  and other civil and administrative systems of government.
  (3) International peacekeeping activities traditionally involve the presence
  of military troops, police forces, and, in recent years, civilian experts
  in transportation, logistics, medicine, electoral systems, human rights,
  land tenure, other economic and social issues, and other areas of expertise.
  (4) International peacekeeping activities serve both the foreign policy
  interests and defense policy interests of the United States.
  (5) The normal budget process of authorizing and appropriating funds a
  year in advance and reprogramming such funds is insufficient to satisfy the
  need for funds for peacekeeping efforts arising from an unanticipated crisis.
  (6) Greater flexibility is needed to ensure the timely availability of
  funding to provide for peacekeeping activities.
  (b) AUTHORIZED SUPPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1993- (1) Subject to paragraph
  (2), the Secretary may provide assistance for international peacekeeping
  activities during fiscal year 1993 in an amount not to exceed $300,000,000
  in accordance with section 403 of title 10, United States Code, as added
  by subsection (c). Notwithstanding subsection (b) of that section, the
  assistance so provided may be derived from funds appropriated to the
  Department of Defense for fiscal year 1993 for operation and maintenance
  or from balances in working capital accounts.
  (2) No amount may be obligated pursuant to paragraph (1) unless the
  expenditure of such amount has been determined by the Director of the Office
  of Management and Budget to be counted against the defense category of the
  discretionary spending limits for fiscal year 1993 (as defined in section
  601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974) for purposes of part
  C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
  (c) AUTHORIZATION- (1) Chapter 20 of title 10, United States Code, is
  amended by adding at the end the following new section:
`Sec. 403. International peacekeeping activities
  `(a) AUTHORITY- To the extent provided in defense authorization Acts and
  appropriations Acts, the Secretary of Defense may furnish assistance in
  support of international peacekeeping activities of the United Nations or
  any regional organization of which the United States is a member.
  `(b) FORMS OF ASSISTANCE- Assistance provided under subsection (a) may
  include funds, supplies, services, and equipment. Any funds so provided
  shall be derived from amounts available to the Department of Defense for
  the fiscal year for which the assistance is provided.
  `(c) LIMITATIONS RELATED TO AVAILABILITY OF STATE DEPARTMENT FUNDS- Funds
  may be provided as assistance pursuant to subsection (a) for a fiscal year--
  `(1) only if funds available to the Department of State for that fiscal year
  for contributions for international peacekeeping activities are insufficient
  or otherwise unavailable to meet the United States' fair share of costs for
  international peacekeeping activities, as determined by the President; and
  `(2) only to the extent that such funds are required to meet unexpected
  and urgent requirements; and
  `(3) only to the extent that the United States' fair share of such costs
  exceeds the amount that the President requests Congress to appropriate for
  the Department of State for such fiscal year for international peacekeeping
  activities.
  `(d) CONSULTATION- The Secretary of Defense shall consult with the Secretary
  of State before furnishing any assistance pursuant to subsection (a).
  `(e) DETERMINATIONS REQUIRED- No assistance may be furnished pursuant to
  subsection (a) unless the Secretary of Defense certifies to Congress that
  the provision of such assistance will not adversely affect the military
  preparedness of the United States.
  `(f) ADVANCE NOTICE TO CONGRESS- Not less than 30 days before obligating
  any funds for purposes of subsection (a), the Secretary of Defense shall
  transmit to Congress a report on the proposed obligation. The report shall--
  `(1) specify the account, budget activity, and particular program or
  programs from which the funds proposed to be obligated are to be derived
  and the amount of the proposed obligation;
  `(2) specify the activities and forms of assistance for which the Secretary
  of Defense plans to obligate such funds; and
  `(3) include the certification required by subsection (e).
  `(g) DEFINITION- In this section, the term `defense authorization Act'
  means an Act that authorizes appropriations for one or more fiscal years for
  military activities of the Department of Defense, including the activities
  described in paragraph (7) of section 114(a) of this title.
  `(h) TERMINATION- The authority of the Secretary of Defense to furnish
  assistance under subsection (a) shall expire on September 30, 1993.'.
  (2) The table of sections at the beginning of such chapter is amended by
  adding at the end the following new item:
`403. International peacekeeping activities.'.
Subtitle F--Overseas Operation and Maintenance Activities
SEC. 1351. PROHIBITION ON PAYMENT OF SEVERANCE PAY TO CERTAIN FOREIGN
NATIONALS IN THE PHILIPPINES.
  (a) PROHIBITION- Funds available to the Department of Defense may not be
  used to pay severance pay to a foreign national employed by the Department
  of Defense in the Republic of the Philippines if the discontinuation of the
  employment of the foreign national is the result of the termination of basing
  rights of the United States military in the Republic of the Philippines.
  (b) PROHIBITION ON ALLOWANCE OF CERTAIN SEVERANCE PAY AS CONTRACT COSTS-
  Funds available to the Department of Defense may not be used to pay the
  costs of severance pay paid by a contractor to a foreign national employed
  by the contractor under a defense service contract in the Philippines
  if the discontinuation of the employment of the foreign national is the
  result of the termination of basing rights of the United States military
  in the Philippines.
SEC. 1352. FOREIGN SEVERANCE COSTS.
  (a) REPEAL OF LIMITATION ON PROHIBITION OF PAYMENT OF CERTAIN FOREIGN
  SEVERANCE COSTS- Section 311(b)(3)(B) of the National Defense Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189; 103 Stat. 1412)
  is repealed.
  (b) REVISION OF RULES CONCERNING SEVERANCE PAY FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS-
  Section 2324(e) of title 10, United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (4); and
  (2) by inserting after paragraph (2) the following new paragraph (3):
  `(3)(A) Pursuant to regulations prescribed by the Secretary and subject
  to the availability of appropriations, the head of an agency awarding a
  covered contract (other than a contract to which paragraph (2) applies)
  may waive the application of the provisions of paragraphs (1)(M) and (1)(N)
  to that contract if the head of the agency determines that--
  `(i) the application of such provisions to the contract would adversely
  affect the continuation of a program, project, or activity that provides
  significant support services for members of the armed forces stationed or
  deployed outside the United States;
  `(ii) the contractor has taken (or has established plans to take) appropriate
  actions within the contractor's control to minimize the amount and number
  of incidents of the payment of severance pay by the contractor to employees
  under the contract who are foreign nationals; and
  `(iii) the payment of severance pay is necessary in order to comply with a
  law that is generally applicable to a significant number of businesses in
  the country in which the foreign national receiving the payment performed
  services under the contract or is necessary to comply with a collective
  bargaining agreement.
  `(B) The head of an agency shall include in the solicitation for a covered
  contract a statement indicating--
  `(i) that a waiver has been granted under subparagraph (A) for the
  contract; or
  `(ii) whether the head of the agency will consider granting such a waiver,
  and, if the agency head will consider granting a waiver, the criteria to
  be used in granting the waiver.
  `(C) The head of an agency shall make the final determination regarding
  whether to grant a waiver under subparagraph (A) with respect to a covered
  contract before award of the contract.'.
  (c) APPLICABILITY- The amendments made by subsection (b) apply to covered
  contracts (as defined in section 2324 of title 10, United States Code)
  that are in effect or are entered into on or after October 1, 1991, for
  costs incurred on or after October 1, 1991.
SEC. 1353. EXTENSION OF OVERSEAS WORKLOAD PROGRAM.
  Section 1465(b) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1700; 10 U.S.C. 2341 note) is amended
  by striking out `fiscal year 1991 or 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `fiscal year 1991, 1992, or 1993'.
Subtitle G--Other Matters
SEC. 1361. STUDY OF PROVIDING FORWARD PRESENCE OF NAVAL FORCES DURING
PEACETIME.
  (a) ANALYSIS REQUIRED- The Secretary of Defense shall conduct an analysis of
  options for providing forward presence of naval forces during peacetime. The
  analysis shall include an evaluation of the following considerations:
  (1) The requirements of the commanders of the combatant commands for
  providing naval forces for forward peacetime presence.
  (2) The capacity of alternative groups of naval forces, including aircraft
  carriers, large amphibious ships, and large surface combatants, to fulfill
  the forward presence mission.
  (3) Potential locations and associated costs for homeporting additional
  aircraft carriers or other naval forces overseas.
  (4) Estimated operations cost differentials for supporting forward naval
  operations.
  (5) Estimated investment cost differentials for supporting forward naval
  operations.
  (6) Potential availability of facilities for supporting forward naval
  operations.
  (7) Potential host nation support or other offset contributions.
  (b) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to the congressional
  defense committees a report on the analysis required by subsection (a).
SEC. 1362. PERMANENT AUTHORITY TO PAY CERTAIN EXPENSES OF PERSONNEL OF
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES FOR ATTENDANCE AT BILATERAL OR REGIONAL COOPERATION
CONFERENCES.
  Subsection (e) of section 1051 of title 10, United States Code, is repealed.
SEC. 1363. REPORT ON PROLIFERATION OF MILITARY-BASED SATELLITES.
  (a) REPORT- The Secretary of Defense shall submit to Congress a report
  on the foreign development of, acquisition of, or access to satellites
  with capabilities for military applications and the implications of such
  development, acquisition, or access for the United States. The report
  shall include the following:
  (1) A description of the current military satellite capability of Third
  World countries and other countries, including the projected threat posed
  by such capabilities to the United States in the future.
  (2) A description of the current and planned efforts by the United States
  to develop an antisatellite capability to counter the global proliferation
  of satellites with capability for military applications.
  (3) A review of other measures that the United States might use to counter
  the proliferation of such satellites.
  (4) An assessment of the likelihood of any Third World country capable
  of ownership or control of satellites with capabilities for military
  applications of being able to obtain or develop an effective antisatellite
  capability.
  (5) An assessment of the military requirement of the United States for
  antisatellite capabilities and a description of the existing management
  structure in the Government for the coordination of United States
  antisatellite programs.
  (b) SUBMISSION OF REPORT- The report required by subsection (a) shall be
  submitted not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this
  Act. The report shall be submitted in unclassified form and, as necessary,
  in classified form.
SEC. 1364. REPORT ON INTERNATIONAL MINE CLEARING EFFORTS IN REFUGEE SITUATIONS.
  (a) FINDINGS- The Congress finds that--
  (1) an estimated 10-20 million mines are scattered across Cambodia,
  Afghanistan, Somalia, Angola, and other countries which have experienced
  conflict; and
  (2) refugee repatriation and other humanitarian programs are being seriously
  hampered by the widespread use of anti-personnel mines in regional conflicts
  and civil wars.
  (b) REPORT- (1) The President shall provide a report on international mine
  clearing efforts in situations involving the repatriation and resettlement
  of refugees and displaced persons.
  (2) The report shall include the following:
  (A) An assessment of mine clearing needs in countries to which refugees
  and displaced persons are now returning, or are likely to return within
  the near future, including Cambodia, Angola, Afghanistan, Somalia and
  Mozambique, and an assessment of current international efforts to meet
  the mine clearing needs in the countries covered by the report.
  (B) An analysis of the specific types of mines in the individual
  countries assessed and the availability of technology and assets within
  the international community for their removal.
  (C) An assessment of what additional technologies and assets would be
  required to complete, expedite or reduce the costs of mine clearing efforts.
  (D) An evaluation of the availability of technologies and assets within the
  United States Government which, if called upon, could be employed to augment
  or complete mine clearing efforts in the countries covered by the report.
  (E) An evaluation of the desirability, feasibility and potential cost of
  United States assistance on either a unilateral or multilateral basis in
  such mine clearing operations.
  (3) The report shall be submitted to the Congress not later than 180 days
  after the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 1365. LANDMINE EXPORT MORATORIUM.
  (a) FINDINGS- The Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) Anti-personnel landmines, which are specifically designed to maim and
  kill people, have been used indiscriminately in dramatically increasing
  numbers, primarily in insurgencies in poor developing countries. Noncombatant
  civilians, including tens of thousands of children, have been the primary
  victims.
  (2) Unlike other military weapons, landmines often remain implanted and
  undiscovered after conflict has ended, causing untold suffering to civilian
  populations. In Afghanistan, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, and Angola, tens of
  millions of unexploded landmines have rendered whole areas uninhabitable. In
  Afghanistan, an estimated hundreds of thousands of people have been maimed
  and killed by landmines during the 14-year civil war. In Cambodia, more
  than 20,000 civilians have lost limbs and another 60 are being maimed each
  month from landmines.
  (3) Over 35 countries are known to manufacture landmines, including the
  United States. However, the United States is not a major exporter of
  landmines. During the past ten years the Department of State has approved
  ten licenses for the commercial export of anti-personnel landmines valued
  at $980,000, and during the past five years the Department of Defense has
  approved the sale of 13,156 anti-personnel landmines valued at $841,145.
  (4) The United States signed, but has not ratified, the 1981 Convention
  on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons
  Which May Be Deemed To Be Excessively Injurious or To Have Indiscriminate
  Effects. The Convention prohibits the indiscriminate use of landmines.
  (5) When it signed the Convention, the United States stated: `We believe that
  the Convention represents a positive step forward in efforts to minimize
  injury or damage to the civilian population in time of armed conflict. Our
  signature of the Convention reflects the general willingness of the United
  States to adopt practical and reasonable provisions concerning the conduct
  of military operations, for the purpose of protecting noncombatants.'.
  (6) The President should submit the Convention to the Senate for its advice
  and consent to ratification, and the President should actively negotiate
  under United Nations auspices or other auspices an international agreement,
  or a modification of the Convention, to prohibit the sale, transfer or
  export of anti-personnel landmines. Such an agreement or modification would
  be an appropriate response to the end of the Cold War and the promotion of
  arms control agreements to reduce the indiscriminate killing and maiming
  of civilians.
  (7) The United States should set an example for other countries in such
  negotiations, by implementing a one-year moratorium on the sale, transfer
  or export of anti-personnel landmines.
  (b) STATEMENT OF POLICY- (1) It shall be the policy of the United States to
  seek verifiable international agreements prohibiting the sale, transfer,
  or export, and further limiting the use, production, possession, and
  deployment of anti-personnel landmines.
  (2) It is the sense of the Congress that the President should actively
  seek to negotiate under United Nations auspices or other auspices an
  international agreement, or a modification of the Convention, to prohibit
  the sale, transfer, or export of anti-personnel landmines.
  (c) MORATORIUM ON TRANSFERS OF ANTI-PERSONNEL LANDMINES ABROAD- For a
  period of one year beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act--
  (1) no sale may be made or financed, no transfer may be made, and no
  license for export may be issued, under the Arms Export Control Act,
  with respect to any anti-personnel landmine; and
  (2) no assistance may be provided under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961,
  with respect to the provision of any anti-personnel landmine.
  (e) DEFINITION- For purposes of this section, the term `anti-personnel
  landmine' means--
  (1) any munition placed under, on, or near the ground or other surface area,
  or delivered by artillery, rocket, mortar, or similar means or dropped
  from an aircraft and which is designed to be detonated or exploded by the
  presence, proximity, or contact of a person;
  (2) any device or material which is designed, constructed, or adapted to
  kill or injure and which functions unexpectedly when a person disturbs or
  approaches an apparently harmless object or performs an apparently safe act;
  (3) any manually-emplaced munition or device designed to kill, injure,
  or damage and which is actuated by remote control or automatically after
  a lapse of time.
TITLE XIV--DEMILITARIZATION OF THE FORMER SOVIET UNION
Subtitle A--Short Title
SEC. 1401. SHORT TITLE.
  This title may be cited as the `Former Soviet Union Demilitarization Act
  of 1992'.
Subtitle B--Findings and Program Authority
SEC. 1411. DEMILITARIZATION OF THE INDEPENDENT STATES OF THE FORMER SOVIET
UNION.
  The Congress finds that it is in the national security interest of the
  United States--
  (1) to facilitate, on a priority basis--
  (A) the transportation, storage, safeguarding, and destruction of nuclear
  and other weapons of the independent states of the former Soviet Union,
  including the safe and secure storage of fissile materials, dismantlement
  of missiles and launchers, and the elimination of chemical and biological
  weapons capabilities;
  (B) the prevention of proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and
  their components and destabilizing conventional weapons of the independent
  states of the former Soviet Union, and the establishment of verifiable
  safeguards against the proliferation of such weapons;
  (C) the prevention of diversion of weapons-related scientific expertise
  of the former Soviet Union to terrorist groups or third countries; and
  (D) other efforts designed to reduce the military threat from the former
  Soviet Union;
  (2) to support the demilitarization of the massive defense-related industry
  and equipment of the independent states of the former Soviet Union and
  conversion of such industry and equipment to civilian purposes and uses; and
  (3) to expand military-to-military contacts between the United States and
  the independent states of the former Soviet Union.
SEC. 1412. AUTHORITY FOR PROGRAMS TO FACILITATE DEMILITARIZATION.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the President
  is authorized, in accordance with this title, to establish and conduct
  programs described in subsection (b) to assist the demilitarization of
  the independent states of the former Soviet Union.
  (b) TYPES OF PROGRAMS- The programs referred to in subsection (a) are
  limited to--
  (1) transporting, storing, safeguarding, and destroying nuclear, chemical,
  and other weapons of the independent states of the former Soviet Union,
  as described in section 212(b) of the Soviet Nuclear Threat Reduction Act
  of 1991 (title II of Public Law 102-228);
  (2) establishing verifiable safeguards against the proliferation of such
  weapons and their components;
  (3) preventing diversion of weapons-related scientific expertise of the
  former Soviet Union to terrorist groups or third countries;
  (4) facilitating the demilitarization of the defense industries of the
  former Soviet Union and the conversion of military technologies and
  capabilities into civilian activities;
  (5) establishing science and technology centers in the independent states
  of the former Soviet Union for the purpose of engaging weapons scientists,
  engineers, and other experts previously involved with nuclear, chemical,
  and other weapons in productive, nonmilitary undertakings; and
  (6) expanding military-to-military contacts between the United States and
  the independent states of the former Soviet Union.
  (c) UNITED STATES PARTICIPATION- The programs described in subsection (b)
  should, to the extent feasible, draw upon United States technology and
  expertise, especially from the United States private sector.
  (d) RESTRICTIONS- United States assistance authorized by subsection (a)
  may not be provided unless the President certifies to the Congress, on an
  annual basis, that the proposed recipient country is committed to--
  (1) making a substantial investment of its resources for dismantling or
  destroying such weapons of mass destruction, if such recipient has an
  obligation under a treaty or other agreement to destroy or dismantle any
  such weapons;
  (2) forgoing any military modernization program that exceeds legitimate
  defense requirements and forgoing the replacement of destroyed weapons of
  mass destruction;
  (3) forgoing any use in new nuclear weapons of fissionable or other
  components of destroyed nuclear weapons;
  (4) facilitating United States verification of any weapons destruction
  carried out under this title or section 212 of the Soviet Nuclear Threat
  Reduction Act of 1991 (title II of Public Law 102-228);
  (5) complying with all relevant arms control agreements; and
  (6) observing internationally recognized human rights, including the
  protection of minorities.
Subtitle C--Administrative and Funding Authorities
SEC. 1421. ADMINISTRATION OF DEMILITARIZATION PROGRAMS.
  (a) FUNDING- (1) In recognition of the direct contributions to the national
  security interests of the United States of the activities specified in
  section 1412, funds transferred under sections 108 and 109 of Public Law
  102-229 (105 Stat. 1708) are authorized to be made available to carry out
  this title. Of the amount available to carry out this title--
  (A) not more than $40,000,000 may be made available for programs referred
  to in section 1412(b)(4) relating to demilitarization of defense industries;
  (B) not more than $15,000,000 may be made available for programs referred
  to in section 1412(b)(6) relating to military-to-military contacts;
  (C) not more than $25,000,000 may be made available for joint research
  development programs pursuant to section 1441;
  (D) not more than $10,000,000 may be made available for the study,
  assessment, and identification of nuclear waste disposal activities by
  the former Soviet Union in the Arctic region;
  (E) not more than $25,000,000 may be made available for Project PEACE; and
  (F) not more than $10,000,000 may be made available for the Volunteers
  Investing in Peace and Security (VIPS) program under chapter 89 of title
  10, United States Code, as added by section 1322.
  (2) Section 221(a) of the Soviet Nuclear Threat Reduction Act of 1991
  (title II of Public Law 102-228; 105 Stat. 1695) is amended--
  (A) by striking out `fiscal year 1992' and inserting `fiscal years 1992
  and 1993'; and
  (B) by striking out `$400,000,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$800,000,000'.
  (3) Section 221(e) of such Act is amended--
  (A) by inserting `for fiscal year 1992 or fiscal year 1993' after `under
  part B';
  (B) by inserting `for that fiscal year' after `for that program'; and
  (C) by striking out `for fiscal year 1992' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `for that fiscal year'.
  (b) TECHNICAL REVISIONS TO PUBLIC LAW 102-229- Public Law 102-229 is
  amended--
  (1) in section 108 (105 Stat. 1708), by striking out `contained in H.R. 3807,
  as passed the Senate on November 25, 1991' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `(title II of Public Law 102-228)'; and
  (2) in section 109 (105 Stat. 1708)--
  (A) by striking out `H.R. 3807, as passed the Senate on November 25, 1991'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `Public Law 102-228 (105 Stat. 1696)'; and
  (B) by striking `of H.R. 3807'.
Subtitle D--Reporting Requirements
SEC. 1431. PRIOR NOTICE TO CONGRESS OF OBLIGATION OF FUNDS.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Not less than 15 days before obligating any funds made
  available for a program under this title, the President shall transmit
  to the Congress a report on the proposed obligation. Each such report
  shall specify--
  (1) the account, budget activity, and particular program or programs from
  which the funds proposed to be obligated are to be derived and the amount
  of the proposed obligation; and
  (2) the activities and forms of assistance under this title for which the
  President plans to obligate such funds, including the projected involvement
  of United States Government departments and agencies and the United States
  private sector.
  (b) INDUSTRIAL DEMILITARIZATION- Any report under subsection (a) that covers
  proposed industrial demilitarization projects shall contain additional
  information to assist the Congress in determining the merits of the proposed
  projects. Such information shall include descriptions of--
  (1) the facilities to be demilitarized;
  (2) the types of activities conducted at those facilities and of the types
  of nonmilitary activities planned for those facilities;
  (3) the forms of assistance to be provided by the United States Government
  and by the United States private sector;
  (4) the extent to which military production capability will consequently
  be eliminated at those facilities; and
  (5) the mechanisms to be established for monitoring progress on those
  projects.
SEC. 1432. QUARTERLY REPORTS ON PROGRAMS.
  Not later than 30 days after the end of the last fiscal year quarter of
  fiscal year 1992 and not later than 30 days after the end of each fiscal year
  quarter of fiscal year 1993, the President shall transmit to the Congress
  a report on the activities carried out under this title. Each such report
  shall set forth, for the preceding fiscal year quarter and cumulatively,
  the following:
  (1) The amounts expended for such activities and the purposes for which
  they were expended.
  (2) The source of the funds obligated for such activities, specified
  by program.
  (3) A description of the participation of all United States Government
  departments and agencies and the United States private sector in such
  activities.
  (4) A description of the activities carried out under this title and the
  forms of assistance provided under this title, including, with respect to
  proposed industrial demilitarization projects, additional information on
  the progress toward demilitarization of facilities and the conversion of
  the demilitarized facilities to civilian activities.
  (5) Such other information as the President considers appropriate to fully
  inform the Congress concerning the operation of the programs authorized
  under this title.
Subtitle E--Joint Research and Development Programs
SEC. 1441. PROGRAMS WITH STATES OF FORMER SOVIET UNION.
  The Congress encourages the Secretary of Defense to participate actively
  in joint research and development programs with the independent states of
  the former Soviet Union through the nongovernmental foundation established
  for this purpose by section 511 of the FREEDOM Support Act of 1992. To that
  end, the Secretary of Defense may spend those funds authorized in section
  1421(a)(1)(C) for support, technical cooperation, in-kind assistance,
  and other activities with the following purposes:
  (1) To advance defense conversion by funding civilian collaborative research
  and development projects between scientists and engineers in the United
  States and in the independent states of the former Soviet Union.
  (2) To assist the establishment of a market economy in the independent
  states of the former Soviet Union by promoting, identifying, and partially
  funding joint research, development, and demonstration ventures between
  United States businesses and scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs in
  those independent states.
  (3) To provide a mechanism for scientists, engineers, and entrepreneurs in
  the independent states of the former Soviet Union to develop an understanding
  of commercial business practices by establishing linkages to United States
  scientists, engineers, and businesses.
  (4) To provide access for United States businesses to sophisticated new
  technologies, talented researchers, and potential new markets within the
  independent states of the former Soviet Union.
  (5) To provide productive research and development opportunities within
  the independent states of the former Soviet Union that offer scientists
  and engineers alternatives to emigration and help prevent proliferation of
  weapons technologies and the dissolution of the technological infrastructure
  of those states.
TITLE XV--NONPROLIFERATION
SEC. 1501. SHORT TITLE.
  This title may be cited as the `Weapons of Mass Destruction Control Act
  of 1992'.
SEC. 1502. SENSE OF CONGRESS.
  It is the sense of the Congress that--
  (1) the proliferation (A) of nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons
  (hereinafter in this title referred to as `weapons of mass destruction')
  and related technology and knowledge and (B) of missile delivery systems
  remains one of the most serious threats to international peace and the
  national security of the United States in the post-cold war era;
  (2) the proliferation of nuclear weapons, given the extraordinary lethality
  of those weapons, is of particularly serious concern;
  (3) the nonproliferation policy of the United States should continue to
  seek to limit both the supply of and demand for weapons of mass destruction
  and to reduce the existing threat from proliferation of such weapons;
  (4) substantial funding of nonproliferation activities by the United
  States is essential to controlling the proliferation of all weapons of
  mass destruction, especially nuclear weapons and missile delivery systems;
  (5) the President's nonproliferation policy statement of June 1992, and
  his September 10, 1992, initiative to increase funding for nonproliferation
  activities in the Department of Energy are praiseworthy;
  (6) the Congress is committed to cooperating with the President in carrying
  out an effective policy designed to control the proliferation of weapons
  of mass destruction;
  (7) the President should identify a full range of appropriate, high priority
  nonproliferation activities that can be undertaken by the United States
  and should include requests for full funding for those activities in the
  budget submission for fiscal year 1994;
  (8) the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy have unique
  expertise that can further enhance the effectiveness of international
  nonproliferation activities;
  (9) under the guidance of the President, the Secretary of Defense and the
  Secretary of Energy should continue to actively assist in United States
  nonproliferation activities and in formulating and executing United
  States nonproliferation policy, emphasizing activities such as improved
  capabilities (A) to detect and monitor proliferation, (B) to respond to
  terrorism, theft, and accidents involving weapons of mass destruction,
  and (C) to assist with interdiction and destruction of weapons of mass
  destruction and related weapons material; and
  (10) in a manner consistent with United States nonproliferation policy,
  the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy should continue to
  maintain and to improve their capabilities to identify, monitor, and respond
  to proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and missile delivery systems.
SEC. 1503. REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AND DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
NONPROLIFERATION ACTIVITIES.
  (a) REPORT REQUIRED- The Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Energy
  shall jointly submit to the committees of Congress named in subsection (d)(1)
  a report describing the role of the Department of Defense and the Department
  of Energy with respect to the nonproliferation policy of the United States.
  (b) MATTERS TO BE COVERED IN REPORT- The report shall--
  (1) address how the Secretary of Defense integrates and coordinates existing
  intelligence and military capabilities of the Department of Defense and
  how the Secretary of Energy integrates and coordinates the intelligence
  and emergency response capabilities of the Department of Energy in support
  of the nonproliferation policy of the United States;
  (2) identify existing and planned capabilities within the Department of
  Defense, including particular capabilities of the military services, and
  the Department of Energy to (A) detect and monitor clandestine weapons of
  mass destruction programs, (B) respond to terrorism or accidents involving
  such weapons and to theft of related weapons materials, and (C) assist with
  interdiction and destruction of weapons of mass destruction and related
  weapons materials;
  (3) describe, for the Department of Defense, the degree to which the
  Secretary of Defense has incorporated a nonproliferation mission into
  the overall mission of the unified combatant commands and how the Special
  Operations Command might support the commanders of the unified and specified
  commands in that mission;
  (4) consider the appropriate roles of the Defense Advance Research Projects
  Agency (DARPA), the Defense Nuclear Agency (DNA), the On-Site-Inspection
  Agency (OSIA), and other Department of Defense agencies, as well as the
  national laboratories of the Department of Energy, in providing technical
  assistance and support for the efforts of the Department of Defense and
  the Department of Energy with respect to nonproliferation; and
  (5) identify existing and planned mechanisms for improving the integration
  of Department of Defense and Department of Energy nonproliferation activities
  with those of other Federal departments and agencies.
  (c) COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES- The report required by subsection
  (a) shall, for purposes of subsection (b)(5), be coordinated with the
  heads of other appropriate departments and agencies.
  (d) SUBMISSION OF REPORT- (1) The report required by subsection (a) shall
  be submitted--
  (A) to the Committee on Armed Services and the Committee on Foreign
  Relations of the Senate; and
  (B) to the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Foreign Affairs,
  and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives.
  (2) The report shall be submitted not later than 180 days after the date
  of enactment of this Act and shall be submitted in unclassified form and,
  as necessary, in classified form.
SEC. 1504. NONPROLIFERATION TECHNOLOGY INITIATIVE.
  (a) FUNDS FOR DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACTIVITIES-
  (1) Of the amount appropriated pursuant to section 103(3) for Other
  Procurement, Air Force, $5,000,000 shall be available for the AFTAC
  Chem/Biological Collection/Processing program.
  (2) Of the amount appropriated pursuant to section 201(3) for Research,
  Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force, $6,500,000 shall be available
  for the Joint Seismic Program.
  (3) Of the amount appropriated pursuant to section 201(4) for Research,
  Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense Agencies--
  (A) $11,600,000 shall be available for LIDAR,
  (B) $5,000,000 shall be available for Seismic programs of the Defense
  Advanced Research Projects Agency, and
  (C) $15,000,000 shall be available for Nuclear Proliferation Detection
  Technology programs of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
  (b) FUNDS FOR DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ACTIVITIES- Of the amount appropriated
  pursuant to section 3104(a)(2) for Verification and Control Technologies,
  $86,000,000 shall be available for nuclear nonproliferation detection
  technologies and activities. Of such amount, not more than $30,000,000
  may be obligated until the report required by section 1503 is submitted.
SEC. 1505. INTERNATIONAL NONPROLIFERATION INITIATIVE.
  (a) ASSISTANCE FOR INTERNATIONAL NONPROLIFERATION ACTIVITIES- Subject to
  the limitations and requirements provided in this section, during fiscal
  year 1993 the Secretary of Defense, under the guidance of the President,
  may provide assistance to support international nonproliferation activities.
  (b) ACTIVITIES FOR WHICH ASSISTANCE MAY BE PROVIDED- Activities for which
  assistance may be provided under this section are activities such as
  the following:
  (1) Activities carried out by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  that are designed to ensure more effective safeguards against nuclear
  proliferation and more aggressive verification of compliance with the
  Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, done on July 1, 1968.
  (2) Activities of the On-Site Inspection Agency in support of the United
  Nations Special Commission on Iraq.
  (3) Collaborative international nuclear security and nuclear safety projects
  to combat the threat of nuclear theft, terrorism, or accidents, including
  joint emergency response exercises, technical assistance, and training.
  (4) Efforts to improve international cooperative monitoring of nuclear
  proliferation through joint technical projects and improved intelligence
  sharing.
  (c) FORM OF ASSISTANCE- (1) Assistance under this section may include funds
  and in-kind contributions of supplies, equipment, personnel, training,
  and other forms of assistance.
  (2) Assistance under this section may be provided to international
  organizations in the form of funds only if the amount in the `Contributions
  to International Organizations' account of the Department of State is
  insufficient or otherwise unavailable to meet the United States fair share
  of assessments for international nuclear nonproliferation activities.
  (3) No amount may be obligated for an expenditure under this section
  unless the Director of the Office of Management and Budget determines
  that the expenditure will be counted against the defense category of the
  discretionary spending limits for fiscal year 1993 (as defined in section
  601(a)(2) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974) for purposes of part
  C of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.
  (4) No assistance may be furnished under this section unless the Secretary
  of Defense determines and certifies to the Congress 30 days in advance
  that the provision of such assistance--
  (A) is in the national security interest of the United States; and
  (B) will not adversely affect the military preparedness of the United States.
  (5) The authority to provide assistance under this section in the form of
  funds may be exercised only to the extent and in the amounts provided in
  advance in appropriations Act.
  (d) SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE- (1) Funds provided as assistance under this
  section shall be derived from amounts made available to the Department of
  Defense for fiscal year 1993 or from balances in working capital accounts
  of the Department of Defense.
  (2) Supplies and equipment provided as assistance under this section may
  be provided, by loan or donation, from existing stocks of the Department
  of Defense and the Department of Energy.
  (3) The total amount of the assistance provided in the form of funds
  under this section may not exceed $40,000,000. Of such amount, not more
  than $20,000,000 may be used for the activities of the On-Site Inspection
  Agency in support of the United Nations Special Commission on Iraq.
  (4) Not less than 30 days before obligating any funds to provide
  assistance under this section, the Secretary of Defense shall transmit
  to the committees of Congress named in subsection (e)(2) a report on the
  proposed obligation. Each such report shall specify--
  (A) the account, budget activity, and particular program or programs from
  which the funds proposed to be obligated are to be derived and the amount
  of the proposed obligation; and
  (B) the activities and forms of assistance for which the Secretary of
  Defense plans to obligate the funds.
  (e) QUARTERLY REPORT- (1) Not later than 30 days after the end of each
  quarter of fiscal year 1993, the Secretary of Defense shall transmit to the
  committees of Congress named in paragraph (2) a report of the activities
  to reduce the proliferation threat carried out under this section. Each
  report shall set forth (for the preceding quarter and cumulatively)--
  (A) the amounts spent for such activities and the purposes for which they
  were spent;
  (B) a description of the participation of the Department of Defense and
  the Department of Energy and the participation of other Government agencies
  in those activities; and
  (C) a description of the activities for which the funds were spent.
  (2) The committees of Congress to which reports under paragraph (1) and
  under subsection (d)(2) are to be transmitted are--
  (A) the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Appropriations,
  and the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate; and
  (B) the Committee on Armed Services, the Committee on Appropriations, the
  Committee on Foreign Affairs, and the Committee on Energy and Commerce of
  the House of Representatives.
TITLE XVI--IRAN-IRAQ ARMS NON-PROLIFERATION ACT OF 1992
SEC. 1601. SHORT TITLE.
  This title may be cited as the `Iran-Iraq Arms Non-Proliferation Act
  of 1992'.
SEC. 1602. UNITED STATES POLICY.
  (a) IN GENERAL- It shall be the policy of the United States to oppose,
  and urgently to seek the agreement of other nations also to oppose, any
  transfer to Iran or Iraq of any goods or technology, including dual-use
  goods or technology, wherever that transfer could materially contribute to
  either country's acquiring chemical, biological, nuclear, or destabilizing
  numbers and types of advanced conventional weapons.
  (b) SANCTIONS- (1) In the furtherance of this policy, the President
  shall apply sanctions and controls with respect to Iran, Iraq, and
  those nations and persons who assist them in acquiring weapons of mass
  destruction in accordance with the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, the
  Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978, the Chemical and Biological Weapons
  Control and Warfare Elimination Act of 1991, chapter 7 of the Arms Export
  Control Act, and other relevant statutes, regarding the non-proliferation
  of weapons of mass destruction and the means of their delivery.
  (2) The President should also urgently seek the agreement of other nations
  to adopt and institute, at the earliest practicable date, sanctions and
  controls comparable to those the United States is obligated to apply under
  this subsection.
  (c) PUBLIC IDENTIFICATION- The Congress calls on the President to identify
  publicly (in the report required by section 1607) any country or person
  that transfers goods or technology to Iran or Iraq contrary to the policy
  set forth in subsection (a).
SEC. 1603. APPLICATION TO IRAN OF CERTAIN IRAQ SANCTIONS.
  The sanctions against Iraq specified in paragraphs (1) through (4) of
  section 586G(a) of the Iraq Sanctions Act of 1990 (as contained in Public
  Law 101-513), including denial of export licenses for United States persons
  and prohibitions on United States Government sales, shall be applied to
  the same extent and in the same manner with respect to Iran.
SEC. 1604. SANCTIONS AGAINST CERTAIN PERSONS.
  (a) PROHIBITION- If any person transfers or retransfers goods or technology
  so as to contribute knowingly and materially to the efforts by Iran or
  Iraq (or any agency or instrumentality of either such country) to acquire
  destabilizing numbers and types of advanced conventional weapons, then
  the sanctions described in subsection (b) shall be imposed.
  (b) MANDATORY SANCTIONS- The sanctions to be imposed pursuant to subsection
  (a) are as follows:
  (1) PROCUREMENT SANCTION- For a period of two years, the United States
  Government shall not procure, or enter into any contract for the procurement
  of, any goods or services from the sanctioned person.
  (2) EXPORT SANCTION- For a period of two years, the United States Government
  shall not issue any license for any export by or to the sanctioned person.
SEC. 1605. SANCTIONS AGAINST CERTAIN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
  (a) PROHIBITION- If the President determines that the government of any
  foreign country transfers or retransfers goods or technology so as to
  contribute knowingly and materially to the efforts by Iran or Iraq (or any
  agency or instrumentality of either such country) to acquire destabilizing
  numbers and types of advanced conventional weapons, then--
  (1) the sanctions described in subsection (b) shall be imposed on such
  country; and
  (2) in addition, the President may apply, in the discretion of the President,
  the sanction described in subsection (c).
  (b) MANDATORY SANCTIONS- Except as provided in paragraph (2), the sanctions
  to be imposed pursuant to subsection (a)(1) are as follows:
  (1) SUSPENSION OF UNITED STATES ASSISTANCE- The United States Government
  shall suspend, for a period of one year, United States assistance to the
  sanctioned country.
  (2) MULTILATERAL DEVELOPMENT BANK ASSISTANCE- The Secretary of the Treasury
  shall instruct the United States Executive Director to each appropriate
  international financial institution to oppose, and vote against, for
  a period of one year, the extension by such institution of any loan or
  financial or technical assistance to the sanctioned country.
  (3) SUSPENSION OF CODEVELOPMENT OR COPRODUCTION AGREEMENTS- The United States
  shall suspend, for a period of one year, compliance with its obligations
  under any memorandum of understanding with the sanctioned country for the
  codevelopment or coproduction of any item on the United States Munitions List
  (established under section 38 of the Arms Export Control Act), including any
  obligation for implementation of the memorandum of understanding through
  the sale to the sanctioned country of technical data or assistance or the
  licensing for export to the sanctioned country of any component part.
  (4) SUSPENSION OF MILITARY AND DUAL-USE TECHNICAL EXCHANGE AGREEMENTS- The
  United States shall suspend, for a period of one year, compliance with its
  obligations under any technical exchange agreement involving military and
  dual-use technology between the United States and the sanctioned country
  that does not directly contribute to the security of the United States, and
  no military or dual-use technology may be exported from the United States
  to the sanctioned country pursuant to that agreement during that period.
  (5) UNITED STATES MUNITIONS LIST- No item on the United States Munitions
  List (established pursuant to section 38 of the Arms Export Control Act)
  may be exported to the sanctioned country for a period of one year.
  (c) DISCRETIONARY SANCTION- The sanction referred to in subsection (a)(2)
  is as follows:
  (1) USE OF AUTHORITIES OF INTERNATIONAL EMERGENCY ECONOMIC POWERS ACT- Except
  as provided in paragraph (2), the President may exercise, in accordance
  with the provisions of that Act, the authorities of the International
  Emergency Economic Powers Act with respect to the sanctioned country.
  (2) EXCEPTION- Paragraph (1) does not apply with respect to urgent
  humanitarian assistance.
SEC. 1606. WAIVER.
  The President may waive the requirement to impose a sanction described
  in section 1603, in the case of Iran, or a sanction described in section
  1604(b) or 1605(b), in the case of Iraq and Iran, 15 days after the
  President determines and so reports to the Committees on Armed Services
  and Foreign Relations of the Senate and the Committees on Armed Services
  and Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives that it is essential
  to the national interest of the United States to exercise such waiver
  authority. Any such report shall provide a specific and detailed rationale
  for such determination.
SEC. 1607. REPORTING REQUIREMENT.
  (a) ANNUAL REPORT- Beginning one year after the date of the enactment
  of this Act, and every 12 months thereafter, the President shall submit
  to the Committees on Armed Services and Foreign Relations of the Senate
  and the Committees on Armed Services and Foreign Affairs of the House of
  Representatives a report detailing--
  (1) all transfers or retransfers made by any person or foreign government
  during the preceding 12-month period which are subject to any sanction
  under this title; and
  (2) the actions the President intends to undertake or has undertaken
  pursuant to this title with respect to each such transfer.
  (b) REPORT ON INDIVIDUAL TRANSFERS- Whenever the President determines that
  a person or foreign government has made a transfer which is subject to any
  sanction under this title, the President shall, within 30 days after such
  transfer, submit to the Committees on Armed Services and Foreign Relations
  of the Senate and the Committees on Armed Services and Foreign Affairs of
  the House of Representatives a report--
  (1) identifying the person or government and providing the details of the
  transfer; and
  (2) describing the actions the President intends to undertake or has
  undertaken under the provisions of this title with respect to each such
  transfer.
  (c) FORM OF TRANSMITTAL- Reports required by this section may be submitted
  in classified as well as in unclassified form.
SEC. 1608. DEFINITIONS.
  For purposes of this title:
  (1) The term `advanced conventional weapons' includes--
  (A) such long-range precision-guided munitions, fuel air explosives,
  cruise missiles, low observability aircraft, other radar evading aircraft,
  advanced military aircraft, military satellites, electromagnetic weapons,
  and laser weapons as the President determines destabilize the military
  balance or enhance offensive capabilities in destabilizing ways;
  (B) such advanced command, control, and communications systems, electronic
  warfare systems, or intelligence collection systems as the President
  determines destabilize the military balance or enhance offensive capabilities
  in destabilizing ways; and
  (C) such other items or systems as the President may, by regulation,
  determine necessary for purposes of this title.
  (2) The term `cruise missile' means guided missiles that use aerodynamic
  lift to offset gravity and propulsion to counteract drag.
  (3) The term `goods or technology' means--
  (A) any article, natural or manmade substance, material, supply, or
  manufactured product, including inspection and test equipment; and
  (B) any information and know-how (whether in tangible form, such as models,
  prototypes, drawings, sketches, diagrams, blueprints, or manuals, or in
  intangible form, such as training or technical services) that can be used
  to design, produce, manufacture, utilize, or reconstruct goods, including
  computer software and technical data.
  (4) The term `person' means any United States or foreign individual,
  partnership, corporation, or other form of association, or any of their
  successor entities, parents, or subsidiaries.
  (5) The term `sanctioned country' means a country against which sanctions
  are required to be imposed pursuant to section 1605.
  (6) The term `sanctioned person' means a person that makes a transfer
  described in section 1604(a).
  (7) The term `United States assistance' means--
  (A) any assistance under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, other than--
  (i) urgent humanitarian assistance or medicine, and
  (ii) assistance under chapter 11 of part I (as enacted by the Freedom
  for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets Support Act
  of 1992);
  (B) sales and assistance under the Arms Export Control Act;
  (C) financing by the Commodity Credit Corporation for export sales of
  agricultural commodities; and
  (D) financing under the Export-Import Bank Act.
TITLE XVII--CUBAN DEMOCRACY ACT OF 1992
SEC. 1701. SHORT TITLE.
  This title may be cited as the `Cuban Democracy Act of 1992'.
SEC. 1702. FINDINGS.
  The Congress makes the following findings:
  (1) The government of Fidel Castro has demonstrated consistent disregard
  for internationally accepted standards of human rights and for democratic
  values. It restricts the Cuban people's exercise of freedom of speech,
  press, assembly, and other rights recognized by the Universal Declaration
  of Human Rights adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on
  December 10, 1948. It has refused to admit into Cuba the representative
  of the United Nations Human Rights Commission appointed to investigate
  human rights violations on the island.
  (2) The Cuban people have demonstrated their yearning for freedom and
  their increasing opposition to the Castro government by risking their
  lives in organizing independent, democratic activities on the island and
  by undertaking hazardous flights for freedom to the United States and
  other countries.
  (3) The Castro government maintains a military-dominated economy that
  has decreased the well-being of the Cuban people in order to enable the
  government to engage in military interventions and subversive activities
  throughout the world and, especially, in the Western Hemisphere. These
  have included involvement in narcotics trafficking and support for the
  FMLN guerrillas in El Salvador.
  (4) There is no sign that the Castro regime is prepared to make any
  significant concessions to democracy or to undertake any form of democratic
  opening. Efforts to suppress dissent through intimidation, imprisonment,
  and exile have accelerated since the political changes that have occurred
  in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
  (5) Events in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe have dramatically
  reduced Cuba's external support and threaten Cuba's food and oil supplies.
  (6) The fall of communism in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe,
  the now universal recognition in Latin America and the Caribbean that Cuba
  provides a failed model of government and development, and the evident
  inability of Cuba's economy to survive current trends, provide the United
  States and the international democratic community with an unprecedented
  opportunity to promote a peaceful transition to democracy in Cuba.
  (7) However, Castro's intransigence increases the likelihood that there
  could be a collapse of the Cuban economy, social upheaval, or widespread
  suffering. The recently concluded Cuban Communist Party Congress has
  underscored Castro's unwillingness to respond positively to increasing
  pressures for reform either from within the party or without.
  (8) The United States cooperated with its European and other allies
  to assist the difficult transitions from Communist regimes in Eastern
  Europe. Therefore, it is appropriate for those allies to cooperate with
  United States policy to promote a peaceful transition in Cuba.
SEC. 1703. STATEMENT OF POLICY.
  It should be the policy of the United States--
  (1) to seek a peaceful transition to democracy and a resumption of economic
  growth in Cuba through the careful application of sanctions directed at
  the Castro government and support for the Cuban people;
  (2) to seek the cooperation of other democratic countries in this policy;
  (3) to make clear to other countries that, in determining its relations
  with them, the United States will take into account their willingness to
  cooperate in such a policy;
  (4) to seek the speedy termination of any remaining military or technical
  assistance, subsidies, or other forms of assistance to the Government of
  Cuba from any of the independent states of the former Soviet Union;
  (5) to continue vigorously to oppose the human rights violations of the
  Castro regime;
  (6) to maintain sanctions on the Castro regime so long as it continues to
  refuse to move toward democratization and greater respect for human rights;
  (7) to be prepared to reduce the sanctions in carefully calibrated ways
  in response to positive developments in Cuba;
  (8) to encourage free and fair elections to determine Cuba's political
  future;
  (9) to request the speedy termination of any military or technical
  assistance, subsidies, or other forms of assistance to the Government of
  Cuba from the government of any other country; and
  (10) to initiate immediately the development of a comprehensive United
  States policy toward Cuba in a post-Castro era.
SEC. 1704. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION.
  (a) CUBAN TRADING PARTNERS- The President should encourage the governments
  of countries that conduct trade with Cuba to restrict their trade and credit
  relations with Cuba in a manner consistent with the purposes of this title.
  (b) SANCTIONS AGAINST COUNTRIES ASSISTING CUBA-
  (1) SANCTIONS- The President may apply the following sanctions to any
  country that provides assistance to Cuba:
  (A) The government of such country shall not be eligible for assistance
  under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 or assistance or sales under the
  Arms Export Control Act.
  (B) Such country shall not be eligible, under any program, for forgiveness
  or reduction of debt owed to the United States Government.
  (2) DEFINITION OF ASSISTANCE- For purposes of paragraph (1), the term
  `assistance to Cuba'--
  (A) means assistance to or for the benefit of the Government of Cuba that
  is provided by grant, concessional sale, guaranty, or insurance, or by
  any other means on terms more favorable than that generally available
  in the applicable market, whether in the form of a loan, lease, credit,
  or otherwise, and such term includes subsidies for exports to Cuba and
  favorable tariff treatment of articles that are the growth, product,
  or manufacture of Cuba; and
  (B) does not include--
  (i) donations of food to nongovernmental organizations or individuals in
  Cuba, or
  (ii) exports of medicines or medical supplies, instruments, or equipment
  that would be permitted under section 1705(c).
  (3) APPLICABILITY OF SECTION- This section, and any sanctions imposed
  pursuant to this section, shall cease to apply at such time as the President
  makes and reports to the Congress a determination under section 1708(a).
SEC. 1705. SUPPORT FOR THE CUBAN PEOPLE.
  (a) PROVISIONS OF LAW AFFECTED- The provisions of this section apply
  notwithstanding any other provision of law, including section 620(a) of
  the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, and notwithstanding the exercise of
  authorities, before the enactment of this Act, under section 5(b) of the
  Trading With the Enemy Act, the International Emergency Economic Powers Act,
  or the Export Administration Act of 1979.
  (b) DONATIONS OF FOOD- Nothing in this or any other Act shall prohibit
  donations of food to nongovernmental organizations or individuals in Cuba.
  (c) EXPORTS OF MEDICINES AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES- Exports of medicines or
  medical supplies, instruments, or equipment to Cuba shall not be restricted--
  (1) except to the extent such restrictions would be permitted under section
  5(m) of the Export Administration Act of 1979 or section 203(b)(2) of the
  International Emergency Economic Powers Act;
  (2) except in a case in which there is a reasonable likelihood that the
  item to be exported will be used for purposes of torture or other human
  rights abuses;
  (3) except in a case in which there is a reasonable likelihood that the
  item to be exported will be reexported; and
  (4) except in a case in which the item to be exported could be used in
  the production of any biotechnological product.
  (d) REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTAIN EXPORTS-
  (1) ONSITE VERIFICATIONS- (A) Subject to subparagraph (B), an export may
  be made under subsection (c) only if the President determines that the
  United States Government is able to verify, by onsite inspections and other
  appropriate means, that the exported item is to be used for the purposes for
  which it was intended and only for the use and benefit of the Cuban people.
  (B) Subparagraph (A) does not apply to donations to nongovernmental
  organizations in Cuba of medicines for humanitarian purposes.
  (2) LICENSES- Exports permitted under subsection (c) shall be made pursuant
  to specific licenses issued by the United States Government.
  (e) TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES AND FACILITIES-
  (1) TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES- Telecommunications services between the
  United States and Cuba shall be permitted.
  (2) TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES- Telecommunications facilities are
  authorized in such quantity and of such quality as may be necessary to
  provide efficient and adequate telecommunications services between the
  United States and Cuba.
  (3) LICENSING OF PAYMENTS TO CUBA- (A) The President may provide for the
  issuance of licenses for the full or partial payment to Cuba of amounts
  due Cuba as a result of the provision of telecommunications services
  authorized by this subsection, in a manner that is consistent with the
  public interest and the purposes of this title, except that this paragraph
  shall not require any withdrawal from any account blocked pursuant to
  regulations issued under section 5(b) of the Trading With the Enemy Act.
  (B) If only partial payments are made to Cuba under subparagraph (A), the
  amounts withheld from Cuba shall be deposited in an account in a banking
  institution in the United States. Such account shall be blocked in the
  same manner as any other account containing funds in which Cuba has any
  interest, pursuant to regulations issued under section 5(b) of the Trading
  With the Enemy Act.
  (4) AUTHORITY OF FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION- Nothing in this
  subsection shall be construed to supersede the authority of the Federal
  Communications Commission.
  (f) DIRECT MAIL DELIVERY TO CUBA- The United States Postal Service shall
  take such actions as are necessary to provide direct mail service to and
  from Cuba, including, in the absence of common carrier service between
  the 2 countries, the use of charter service providers.
  (g) ASSISTANCE TO SUPPORT DEMOCRACY IN CUBA- The United States Government
  may provide assistance, through appropriate nongovernmental organizations,
  for the support of individuals and organizations to promote nonviolent
  democratic change in Cuba.
SEC. 1706. SANCTIONS.
  (a) PROHIBITION ON CERTAIN TRANSACTIONS BETWEEN CERTAIN UNITED STATES
  FIRMS AND CUBA-
  (1) PROHIBITION- Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no license
  may be issued for any transaction described in section 515.559 of title 31,
  Code of Federal Regulations, as in effect on July 1, 1989.
  (2) APPLICABILITY TO EXISTING CONTRACTS- Paragraph (1) shall not affect
  any contract entered into before the date of the enactment of this Act.
  (b) PROHIBITIONS ON VESSELS-
  (1) VESSELS ENGAGING IN TRADE- Beginning on the 61st day after the date of
  the enactment of this Act, a vessel which enters a port or place in Cuba
  to engage in the trade of goods or services may not, within 180 days after
  departure from such port or place in Cuba, load or unload any freight at
  any place in the United States, except pursuant to a license issued by
  the Secretary of the Treasury.
  (2) VESSELS CARRYING GOODS OR PASSENGERS TO OR FROM   CUBA- Except as
  specifically authorized by the Secretary of the Treasury, a vessel carrying
  goods or passengers to or from Cuba or carrying goods in which Cuba or a
  Cuban national has any interest may not enter a United States port.
  (3) INAPPLICABILITY OF SHIP STORES GENERAL LICENSE- No commodities which may
  be exported under a general license described in section 771.9 of title 15,
  Code of Federal Regulations, as in effect on May 1, 1992, may be exported
  under a general license to any vessel carrying goods or passengers to or from
  Cuba or carrying goods in which Cuba or a Cuban national has an interest.
  (4) DEFINITIONS- As used in this subsection--
  (A) the term `vessel' includes every description of water craft or other
  contrivance used, or capable of being used, as a means of transportation
  in water, but does not include aircraft;
  (B) the term `United States' includes the territories and possessions of
  the United States and the customs waters of the United States (as defined
  in section 401 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1401)); and
  (C) the term `Cuban national' means a national of Cuba, as the term
  `national' is defined in section 515.302 of title 31, Code of Federal
  Regulations, as of August 1, 1992.
  (c) RESTRICTIONS ON REMITTANCES TO CUBA- The President shall establish
  strict limits on remittances to Cuba by United States persons for the
  purpose of financing the travel of Cubans to the United States, in order to
  ensure that such remittances reflect only the reasonable costs associated
  with such travel, and are not used by the Government of Cuba as a means
  of gaining access to United States currency.
  (d) CLARIFICATION OF APPLICABILITY OF SANCTIONS- The prohibitions contained
  in subsections (a), (b), and (c) shall not apply with respect to any activity
  otherwise permitted by section 1705 or section 1707 of this Act or any
  activity which may not be regulated or prohibited under section 5(b)(4)
  of the Trading With the Enemy Act (50 U.S.C. App. 5(b)(4)).
SEC. 1707. POLICY TOWARD A TRANSITIONAL CUBAN GOVERNMENT.
  Food, medicine, and medical supplies for humanitarian purposes should be
  made available for Cuba under the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 and the
  Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 if the President
  determines and certifies to the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House
  of Representatives and the Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate
  that the government in power in Cuba--
  (1) has made a public commitment to hold free and fair elections for a
  new government within 6 months and is proceeding to implement that decision;
  (2) has made a public commitment to respect, and is respecting,
  internationally recognized human rights and basic democratic freedoms; and
  (3) is not providing weapons or funds to any group, in any other country,
  that seeks the violent overthrow of the government of that country.
SEC. 1708. POLICY TOWARD A DEMOCRATIC CUBAN GOVERNMENT.
  (a) WAIVER OF RESTRICTIONS- The President may waive the requirements of
  section 1706 if the President determines and reports to the Congress that
  the Government of Cuba--
  (1) has held free and fair elections conducted under internationally
  recognized observers;
  (2) has permitted opposition parties ample time to organize and campaign
  for such elections, and has permitted full access to the media to all
  candidates in the elections;
  (3) is showing respect for the basic civil liberties and human rights of
  the citizens of Cuba;
  (4) is moving toward establishing a free market economic system; and
  (5) has committed itself to constitutional change that would ensure regular
  free and fair elections that meet the requirements of paragraph (2).
  (b) POLICIES- If the President makes a determination under subsection (a),
  the President shall take the following actions with respect to a Cuban
  Government elected pursuant to elections described in subsection (a):
  (1) To encourage the admission or reentry of such government to international
  organizations and international financial institutions.
  (2) To provide emergency relief during Cuba's transition to a viable
  economic system.
  (3) To take steps to end the United States trade embargo of Cuba.
SEC. 1709. EXISTING CLAIMS NOT AFFECTED.
  Except as provided in section 1705(a), nothing in this title affects the
  provisions of section 620(a)(2) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.
SEC. 1710. ENFORCEMENT.
  (a) ENFORCEMENT AUTHORITY- The authority to enforce this title shall be
  carried out by the Secretary of the Treasury. The Secretary of the Treasury
  shall exercise the authorities of the Trading With the Enemy Act in enforcing
  this title. In carrying out this subsection, the Secretary of the Treasury
  shall take the necessary steps to ensure that activities permitted under
  section 1705 are carried out for the purposes set forth in this title and
  not for purposes of the accumulation by the Cuban Government of excessive
  amounts of United States currency or the accumulation of excessive profits
  by any person or entity.
  (b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS- There are authorized to be appropriated
  to the Secretary of the Treasury such sums as may be necessary to carry
  out this title.
  (c) PENALTIES UNDER THE TRADING WITH THE ENEMY ACT- Section 16 of the
  Trading With the Enemy Act (50 U.S.C. App. 16) is amended--
  (1) by striking `That whoever' and inserting `(a) Whoever'; and
  (2) by adding at the end the following:
   `(b)(1) The Secretary of the Treasury may impose a civil penalty of not
   more than $50,000 on any person who violates any license, order, rule,
   or regulation issued under this Act.
  `(2) Any property, funds, securities, papers, or other articles or
  documents, or any vessel, together with its tackle, apparel, furniture,
  and equipment, that is the subject of a violation under paragraph (1)
  shall, at the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury, be forfeited
  to the United States Government.
  `(3) The penalties provided under this subsection may not be imposed for--
  `(A) news gathering, research, or the export or import of, or transmission
  of, information or informational materials; or
  `(B) clearly defined educational or religious activities, or activities
  of recognized human rights organizations, that are reasonably limited in
  frequency, duration, and number of participants.
  `(4) The penalties provided under this subsection may be imposed only
  on the record after opportunity for an agency hearing in accordance with
  sections 554 through 557 of title 5, United States Code, with the right
  to prehearing discovery.
  `(5) Judicial review of any penalty imposed under this subsection may be
  had to the extent provided in section 702 of title 5, United States Code.'.
  (d) APPLICABILITY OF PENALTIES- The penalties set forth in section 16 of
  the Trading With the Enemy Act shall apply to violations of this title to
  the same extent as such penalties apply to violations under that Act.
  (e) OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL- The Department of the Treasury shall
  establish and maintain a branch of the Office of Foreign Assets Control
  in Miami, Florida, in order to strengthen the enforcement of this title.
SEC. 1711. DEFINITION.
  As used in this title, the term `United States person' means any United
  States citizen or alien admitted for permanent residence in the United
  States, and any corporation, partnership, or other organization organized
  under the laws of the United States.
SEC. 1712. EFFECTIVE DATE.
  This title shall take effect on the date of the enactment of this Act.
TITLE XVIII--FEDERAL CHARTERS FOR PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS
Subtitle A--Military Order of the World Wars
SEC. 1801. RECOGNITION AS CORPORATION AND GRANT OF FEDERAL CHARTER.
  The Military Order of the World Wars, a nonprofit corporation organized
  under the laws of the District of Columbia, is recognized as such and is
  granted a Federal charter.
SEC. 1802. POWERS.
  The Military Order of the World Wars (in this subtitle referred to as the
  `corporation') shall have only those powers granted to it through its
  bylaws and articles of incorporation filed in the State in which it is
  incorporated and subject to the laws of such State.
SEC. 1803. OBJECTS AND PURPOSES.
  The objects and purposes of the corporation are those provided in its
  bylaws and articles of incorporation and shall include the following:
  (1) Promoting military service associations.
  (2) Promoting patriotic education and military, naval, and air science.
  (3) Defending the honor and integrity of the Federal Government and the
  Constitution.
  (4) Fostering fraternal relations among all branches of the Armed Forces.
  (5) Encouraging the adoption of a suitable policy of national security.
  (6) Encouraging the commemoration of military service and the establishment
  of war memorials.
SEC. 1804. SERVICE OF PROCESS.
  With respect to service of process, the corporation shall comply with the
  laws of the State in which it is incorporated and those States in which
  it carries on its activities in furtherance of its corporate purposes.
SEC. 1805. MEMBERSHIP.
  Except as provided in section 1808, eligibility for membership in the
  corporation and the rights and privileges of members of the corporation
  shall be as provided in the articles of incorporation and bylaws of the
  corporation.
SEC. 1806. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
  Except as provided in section 1808, the composition of the board of
  directors of the corporation and the responsibilities of such board shall
  be as provided in the articles of incorporation of the corporation and in
  conformity with the laws of the State in which it is incorporated.
SEC. 1807. OFFICERS OF CORPORATION.
  Except as provided in section 1808, the positions of officers of the
  corporation and the election of members to such positions shall be as
  provided in the articles of incorporation of the corporation and in
  conformity with the laws of the State in which it is incorporated.
SEC. 1808. PROHIBITION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION.
  In establishing the conditions of membership in the corporation and in
  determining the requirements for serving on the board of directors or as
  an officer of the corporation, the corporation may not discriminate on
  the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, age, or national origin.
SEC. 1809. RESTRICTIONS.
  (a) INCOME AND COMPENSATION- No part of the income or assets of the
  corporation may inure to the benefit of any member, officer, or director of
  the corporation or be distributed to any such individual during the life
  of this charter. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to prevent
  the payment of reasonable compensation to the officers of the corporation
  or reimbursement for actual necessary expenses in amounts approved by the
  board of directors.
  (b) LOANS- The corporation may not make any loan to any officer, director,
  or employee of the corporation.
  (c) STOCK- The corporation shall have no power to issue any shares of
  stock or to declare or pay any dividends.
  (d) CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL- The corporation shall not claim congressional
  approval or the authorization of the Federal Government for any of its
  activities by virtue of this subtitle.
SEC. 1810. LIABILITY.
  The corporation shall be liable for the acts of its officers and agents
  whenever such officers and agents have acted within the scope of their
  authority.
SEC. 1811. BOOKS AND RECORDS.
  The corporation shall keep correct and complete books and records of account
  and minutes of any proceeding of the corporation involving any of its
  members, the board of directors, or any committee having authority under the
  board of directors. The corporation shall keep, at its principal office,
  a record of the names and addresses of all members having the right to
  vote in any proceeding of the corporation. All books and records of such
  corporation may be inspected by any member having the right to vote in
  any corporation proceeding, or by any agent or attorney of such member,
  for any proper purpose at any reasonable time. Nothing in this section
  shall be construed to contravene any applicable State law.
SEC. 1812. AUDIT OF FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS.
  The first section of the Act entitled `An Act to provide for audit of
  accounts of private corporations established under Federal law', approved
  August 30, 1964 (36 U.S.C. 1101), is amended by adding at the end the
  following:
  `(75) The Military Order of the World Wars.'.
SEC. 1813. ANNUAL REPORT.
  The corporation shall report annually to the Congress concerning the
  activities of the corporation during the preceding fiscal year. Such
  annual report shall be submitted at the same time as the report of the
  audit required by section 2 of the Act referred to in section 1812. The
  report shall not be printed as a public document.
SEC. 1814. RESERVATION OF RIGHT TO AMEND OR REPEAL CHARTER.
  The right to alter, amend, or repeal this section is expressly reserved
  to the Congress.
SEC. 1815. TAX-EXEMPT STATUS.
  The corporation shall maintain its status as an organization exempt
  from taxation as provided in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. If the
  corporation fails to maintain such status, the charter granted by this
  subtitle shall expire.
SEC. 1816. TERMINATION.
  The charter granted by this subtitle shall expire if the corporation fails
  to comply with--
  (1) any restriction or other provision of this subtitle;
  (2) any provision of its bylaws or articles of incorporation; or
  (3) any provision of the laws of the District of Columbia that apply to
  corporations such as the corporation recognized under this subtitle.
SEC. 1817. DEFINITION.
  For purposes of this subtitle, the term `State' includes the District of
  Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern
  Mariana Islands, and the territories and possessions of the United States.
Subtitle B--Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated
SEC. 1821. RECOGNITION AS CORPORATION AND GRANT OF FEDERAL CHARTER.
  The Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated, a nonprofit corporation
  organized under the laws of the State of Colorado, is recognized as such
  and is granted a Federal charter.
SEC. 1822. POWERS.
  The Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated (in this subtitle referred
  to as the `corporation') shall have only those powers granted to it through
  its bylaws and articles of incorporation filed in the State in which it
  is incorporated and subject to the laws of such State.
SEC. 1823. OBJECTS AND PURPOSES.
  The objects and purposes of the corporation are those provided in its
  bylaws and articles of incorporation and shall include the following:
  (1) Upholding and defending the Constitution of the United States.
  (2) Promoting health, prosperity, and scholarship among its members and
  their dependents and survivors through benevolent programs.
  (3) Assisting veterans and their dependents and survivors through a service
  program established for that purpose.
  (4) Improving conditions for retired enlisted service members, veterans,
  and their dependents and survivors.
  (5) Fostering fraternal and social activities among its members in
  recognition that cooperative action is required for the furtherance of
  their common interests.
SEC. 1824. SERVICE OF PROCESS.
  With respect to service of process, the corporation shall comply with the
  laws of the State in which it is incorporated and those States in which
  it carries on its activities in furtherance of its corporate purposes.
SEC. 1825. MEMBERSHIP.
  Except as provided in section 1828, eligibility for membership in the
  corporation and the rights and privileges of members of the corporation
  shall be as provided in the articles of incorporation and bylaws of the
  corporation.
SEC. 1826. BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
  Except as provided in section 1828, the composition of the board of
  directors of the corporation and the responsibilities of such board shall
  be as provided in the articles of incorporation of the corporation and in
  conformity with the laws of the State in which it is incorporated.
SEC. 1827. OFFICERS OF CORPORATION.
  Except as provided in section 1828, the positions of officers of the
  corporation and the election of members to such positions shall be as
  provided in the articles of incorporation of the corporation and in
  conformity with the laws of the State in which it is incorporated.
SEC. 1828. PROHIBITION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION.
  In establishing the conditions of membership in the corporation and in
  determining the requirements for serving on the board of the directors or
  as an officer of the corporation, the corporation may not discriminate on
  the basis of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, age or national origin.
SEC. 1829. RESTRICTIONS.
  (a) INCOME AND COMPENSATION- No part of the income or assets of the
  corporation may inure to the benefit of any member, officer, or director of
  the corporation or be distributed to any such individual during the life
  of this charter. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to prevent
  the payment of reasonable compensation to the officers of the corporation
  or reimbursement for actual necessary expenses in amounts approved by the
  board of directors.
  (b) LOANS- The corporation may not make any loan to any officer, director,
  or employee of the corporation.
  (c) STOCK- The corporation shall have no power to issue any shares of
  stock nor to declare or pay any dividends.
  (d) CONGRESSIONAL APPROVAL- The corporation shall not claim congressional
  approval or the authorization of the Federal Government for any of its
  activities by virtue of this subtitle.
SEC. 1830. LIABILITY.
  The corporation shall be liable for the acts of its officers and agents
  whenever such officers and agents have acted within the scope of their
  authority.
SEC. 1831. BOOKS AND RECORDS.
  The corporation shall keep correct and complete books and records of account
  and minutes of any proceeding of the corporation involving any of its
  members, the board of directors, or any committee having authority under the
  board of directors. The corporation shall keep, at its principal office,
  a record of the names and addresses of all members having the right to
  vote in any proceeding of the corporation. All books and records of such
  corporation may be inspected by any member having the right to vote in
  any corporation proceeding, or by any agent or attorney of such member,
  for any proper purpose at any reasonable time. Nothing in this section
  shall be construed to contravene any applicable State law.
SEC. 1832. AUDIT OF FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS.
  The first section of the Act entitled `An Act to provide for audit of
  accounts of private corporations established under Federal law,' approved
  August 30, 1964 (36 U.S.C. 1101), as amended by section 1812 of this Act,
  is further amended by adding at the end the following:
  `(76) The Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated.'.
SEC. 1833. ANNUAL REPORT.
  The corporation shall report annually to the Congress concerning the
  activities of the corporation during the preceding fiscal year. Such
  annual report shall be submitted at the same time as the report of the
  audit required by section 2 of the Act referred to in section 1832. The
  report shall not be printed as a public document.
SEC. 1834. RESERVATION OF RIGHT TO AMEND OR REPEAL CHARTER.
  The right to alter, amend, or repeal this section is expressly reserved
  to the Congress.
SEC. 1835. TAX-EXEMPT STATUS.
  The corporation shall maintain its status as an organization exempt
  from taxation as provided in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. If the
  corporation fails to maintain such status, the charter granted by this
  subtitle shall expire.
SEC. 1836. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS TO NAMES.
  The corporation shall have the sole and exclusive right to use the names
  `The Retired Enlisted Association, Incorporated', `The Retired Enlisted
  Association', `Retired Enlisted Association', and `TREA', and such seals,
  emblems, and badges as the corporation may lawfully adopt. Nothing in
  this section may be construed to conflict or interfere with rights that
  are established or vested before the date of the enactment of this Act.
SEC. 1837. TERMINATION.
  If the corporation fails to comply with any of the restrictions or provisions
  of this subtitle, the charter granted by this subtitle shall expire.
SEC. 1838. DEFINITION.
  For purposes of this subtitle, the term `State' includes the District of
  Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Commonwealth of the Northern
  Mariana Islands, and the territories and possessions of the United States.
DIVISION B--MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AUTHORIZATIONS
SEC. 2001. SHORT TITLE.
  This division may be cited as the `Military Construction Authorization
  Act for Fiscal Year 1993'.
TITLE XXI--ARMY
SEC. 2101. AUTHORIZED ARMY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION PROJECTS.
  (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2105(a)(1), and, in the case of
  the project described in section 2105(b)(2), other amounts appropriated
  pursuant to authorizations enacted after this Act for such project, the
  Secretary of the Army may acquire real property and carry out military
  construction projects for the installations and locations inside the United
  States, and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Army: Inside the United States
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           State Installation or location                    Amount
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         Alabama  Anniston Army Depot                        $105,300,000
                  Fort McClellan                             $10,100,000
          Alaska  Fort Wainwright                            $3,950,000
        Arkansas  Pine Bluff Arsenal                         $26,800,000
      California  Sierra Army Depot                          $2,450,000
        Colorado  Fitzsimons Army Medical Center             $25,400,000
         Georgia  Fort Gillem                                $2,700,000
                  Fort Gordon                                $23,000,000
                  Fort McPherson                             $10,200,000
                  Hunter Army Airfield                       $5,400,000
          Hawaii  Schofield Barracks                         $23,300,000
          Kansas  Fort Riley                                 $13,200,000
        Kentucky  Fort Knox                                  $15,600,000
       Louisiana  Fort Polk                                  $7,400,000
        Maryland  Aberdeen Proving Ground                    $3,400,000
      New Jersey  Fort Monmouth                              $3,550,000
                  Picatinny Arsenal                          $6,050,000
      New Mexico  White Sands Missile Range                  $6,000,000
        New York  Fort Drum                                  $21,500,000
                  United States Military Academy, West Point $1,600,000
  North Carolina  Fort Bragg                                 $8,700,000
        Oklahoma  Fort Sill                                  $1,500,000
    Pennsylvania  Letterkenny Army Depot                     $5,400,000
           Texas  Corpus Christi Army Depot                  $21,200,000
                  Fort Bliss                                 $24,960,000
                  Fort Hood                                  $33,000,000
                  Red River Army Depot                       $3,600,000
            Utah  Tooele Army Depot                          $9,200,000
        Virginia  Fort Belvoir                               $1,200,000
                  Fort Pickett                               $5,800,000
CONUS Classified  Classified Location                        $2,700,000
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  (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2105(a)(2), the Secretary of
  the Army may acquire real property and carry out military construction
  projects for the installations and locations outside the United States,
  and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Army: Outside the United States
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          Country Installation or location Amount
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          Germany  Grafenwoehr             $11,600,000
OCONUS Classified  Classified Locations    $1,700,000
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SEC. 2102. FAMILY HOUSING.
  (a) CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to
  the authorization of appropriations in section 2105(a)(6)(A), the Secretary
  of the Army may construct or acquire family housing units (including land
  acquisition) at the installations, for the purposes, and in the amounts
  set forth in the following table:
Army: Family Housing
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   State Installation  Purpose   Amount
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  Hawaii Oahu Various  200 units $23,000,000
Kentucky Fort Campbell 96 units  $8,200,000
   Texas Fort Hood     227 units $25,000,000
Virginia Fort Pickett  26 units  $2,300,000
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  (b) PLANNING AND DESIGN- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2105(a)(6)(A), the Secretary
  of the Army may carry out architectural and engineering services and
  construction design activities with respect to the construction or
  improvement of family housing units in an amount not to exceed $8,940,000.
SEC. 2103. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS.
  Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, and using amounts
  appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations in section
  2105(a)(6)(A), the Secretary of the Army may improve existing military
  family housing in an amount not to exceed $92,600,000.
SEC. 2104. DEFENSE ACCESS ROADS.
  Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations
  in section 2105(a)(3), the Secretary of the Army may make advances to the
  Secretary of Transportation for the construction of defense roads under
  section 210 of title 23, United States Code, at Pohakaloa Training Area,
  Hawaii, in the total amount of $2,400,000.
SEC. 2105. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, ARMY.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal
  years beginning after September 30, 1992, for military construction, land
  acquisition, and military family housing functions of the Department of
  the Army in the total amount of $2,127,397,000 as follows:
  (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized
  by section 2101(a), $338,860,000.
  (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized
  by section 2101(b), $13,300,000.
  (3) For advances to the Secretary of Transportation for construction of
  defense access roads under section 210 of title 23, United States Code,
  $2,400,000.
  (4) For unspecified minor military construction projects authorized by
  section 2805 of title 10, United States Code, $3,800,000.
  (5) For architectural and engineering services and construction design
  under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $112,300,000.
  (6) For military family housing functions:
  (A) For construction and acquisition of military family housing and
  facilities, $160,040,000.
  (B) For support of military family housing (including the functions described
  in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $1,363,697,000, of which
  not more than $358,241,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing
  of military family housing worldwide.
  (7) For the Homeowners Assistance Program as authorized by section 2832
  of title 10, United States Code, $133,000,000, to remain available until
  expended.
  (b) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- Notwithstanding
  the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States
  Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of
  all projects carried out under section 2101 of this Act may not exceed
  the total amount--
  (1) authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1) and (2) of subsection
  (a); and
  (2) $95,300,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 2101(a)
  of the construction of the Ammunition Demilitarization Facility, Anniston
  Army Depot, Alabama).
SEC. 2106. INCREASE IN LIMITATION ON LEASING OF MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING
WORLDWIDE BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY.
  Section 2105(a)(6)(B) the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1512) is amended by
  striking out `$360,783,000' and inserting in lieu thereof `$395,783,000'.
TITLE XXII--NAVY
SEC. 2201. AUTHORIZED NAVY CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION PROJECTS.
  (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2204(a)(1) and, in the case of
  the project described in section 2204(b)(2), other amounts appropriated
  pursuant to authorizations enacted after this Act for such project, the
  Secretary of the Navy may acquire real property and carry out military
  construction projects for the installations and locations inside the United
  States, and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Navy: Inside the United States
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         State Installation or location
         Amount
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    California  Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base
    $25,500,000
                Lemoore, Naval Air Station
                $680,000
                Mare Island Naval Shipyard
                $8,000,000
                Miramar Naval Air Station
                $9,700,000
                Port Hueneme, Naval Construction Battalion Center
                $14,300,000
                Seal Beach, Naval Weapons Station
                $2,150,000
                Twentynine Palms, Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center
                $4,600,000
   Connecticut  New London, Naval Submarine Base
   $12,500,000
       Florida  Cecil Field, Naval Air Station
       $5,850,000
       Georgia  Albany, Marine Corps Logistics Base
       $6,800,000
        Hawaii  Barking Sands, Pacific Missile Range Facility
        $4,580,000
                Honolulu, Naval Communication Area Master Station, Eastern
                Pacific $1,400,000
                Pearl Harbor, Naval Supply Center
                $6,700,000
                Pearl Harbor, Navy Public Works Center
                $24,900,000
       Indiana  Crane, Naval Surface Warfare Center
       $6,000,000
      Maryland  Annapolis, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis
      $11,000,000
                Indian Head, Naval Ordnance Station
                $7,890,000
                Patuxent River Naval Warfare Center, Aircraft Division
                $60,990,000
   Mississippi  Gulfport, Naval Construction Battalion Center
   $4,650,000
                Meridian Naval Air Station
                $1,100,000
North Carolina  New River Marine Corps Air Station
$3,600,000
                Cherry Point, Marine Corps Air Station
                $4,680,000
  Rhode Island  Newport, Naval Education and Training Center
  $540,000
South Carolina  Charleston, Naval Weapons Station
$1,110,000
     Tennessee  Memphis, Naval Air Station
     $14,110,000
         Texas  Corpus Christi, Naval Air Station
         $4,900,000
                Kingsville, Naval Air Station
                $20,120,000
      Virginia  Damneck, Fleet Combat Training Center
      $19,427,000
                Little Creek, Naval Amphibious Station
                $8,000,000
                Norfolk, Naval Air Station
                $3,100,000
                Norfolk, Naval Station
                $880,000
                Norfolk, Naval Station, Fort Story Annex
                $5,650,000
                Norfolk, Naval Supply Center
                $12,400,000
                Oceana, Naval Air Station
                $3,190,000
                Quantico Combat Development Center
                $5,000,000
                Yorktown, Naval Weapons Station
                $1,100,000
    Washington  Bangor, Trident Refit Facility
    $1,550,000
                Bremerton, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard
                $14,800,000
                Bremerton, Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility
                $1,200,000
                Everett, Naval Station
                $5,600,000
                Puget Sound Naval Station
                $13,300,000
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  (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2204(a)(2), the Secretary of
  the Navy may acquire real property and carry out military construction
  projects for the installations and locations outside the United States,
  and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Navy: Outside the United States
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          Country Installation or location           Amount
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           Greece Souda Bay, Naval Support Activity  $7,600,000
Various Locations Host Nation Infrastructure Support $3,000,000
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SEC. 2202. FAMILY HOUSING.
  (a) CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to
  the authorization of appropriations in section 2204(a)(5)(A), the Secretary
  of the Navy may construct or acquire family housing units (including land
  acquisition) at the installations, for the purposes, and in the amounts
  set forth in the following table:
Navy: Family Housing
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        State Installation                          Purpose
        Amount
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   California Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base      300 units
   $30,600,000
              San Diego Navy Public Works Center    300 units
              $30,400,000
  Connecticut New London, Naval Submarine Base      100 units
  $11,850,000
       Hawaii Kauai, Pacific Missile Range Facility 13 units
       $2,330,000
              Oahu, Naval Complex                   758 units
              $117,180,000
   New Jersey Earle, Naval Weapons Station          Community  Center
   $1,100,000
     Virginia Norfolk, Naval Station                Demolition and Site
     Preparation $7,000,000
   Washington Bangor/Bremerton Naval Complex        200 units
   $19,500,000
              Kitsap County                         200 units
              $19,500,000
West Virginia Sugar Grove Naval Radio Station       8 units
$930,000
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  (b) PLANNING AND DESIGN- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2204(a)(5)(A), the Secretary
  of the Navy may carry out architectural and engineering services and
  construction design activities with respect to the construction or
  improvement of military family housing units in an amount not to exceed
  $14,200,000.
SEC. 2203. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS.
  Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, and using amounts
  appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations in section
  2204(a)(5)(A), the Secretary of the Navy may improve existing military
  family housing units in the amount of $130,844,000.
SEC. 2204. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, NAVY.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal
  years beginning after September 30, 1992, for military construction, land
  acquisition, and military family housing functions of the Department of
  the Navy in the total amount of $1,450,529,000 as follows:
  (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized
  by section 2201(a), $312,557,000.
  (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized
  by section 2201(b), $10,600,000.
  (3) For unspecified minor construction projects authorized by section 2805
  of title 10, United States Code, $5,000,000.
  (4) For architectural and engineering services and construction design
  under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $75,692,000.
  (5) For military family housing functions:
  (A) For construction and acquisition of military family housing and
  facilities, $385,434,000; and
  (B) For support of military housing (including functions described in
  section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $661,246,000, of which not
  more than $104,470,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of
  military family housing units worldwide.
  (b) LIMITATION OF TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- Notwithstanding
  the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States
  Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of
  all projects carried out under section 2201 of this Act may not exceed--
  (1) the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1)
  and (2) of subsection (a); and
  (2) $50,990,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 2201(a)
  for the construction of the Large Anachoic Chamber Facility at the Patuxent
  River Naval Warfare Center, Aircraft Division, Maryland).
SEC. 2205. POWER PLANT RELOCATION, NAVY PUBLIC WORKS CENTER, GUAM.
  Section 2201(b) of the National Defense Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989
  (Public Law 100-456; 102 Stat. 2097) is amended--
  (1) in the matter under the heading `GUAM' by striking out the item relating
  to the Navy Public Works Center and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Navy Public Works Center, $34,490,000.'; and
  (2) in the matter under the heading `PHILIPPINES' by striking out the item
  relating to the Navy Public Works Center, Subic Bay, and inserting in lieu
  thereof the following:
  `Navy Public Works Center, Subic Bay, $570,000.'.
SEC. 2206. REVISED AUTHORIZATIONS FOR CERTAIN MARINE CORPS PROJECTS.
  (a) REVISED AUTHORIZATION- Section 2201(a) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989 (Public Law 100-456; 102 Stat. 2095)
  is amended in the matter under the heading `NORTH CAROLINA' by striking
  out the items relating to Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, and
  inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, $24,100,000.'.
  (b) CONFORMING AMENDMENTS- Section 2205(a) of such Act (102 Stat. 2099)
  is amended--
  (1) by striking out `$2,369,875,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$2,361,555,000'; and
  (2) in paragraph (1), by striking out `$1,296,450,000' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `$1,288,770,000'.
SEC. 2207. DEFENSE ACCESS ROADS, NAVAL STATION PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI.
  Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations
  in section 2205(a)(5) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal
  Years 1992 and 1993 (Public Law 102-190; 105 Stat. 1519), the Secretary of
  the Navy shall expend such amounts as the Secretary determines necessary
  for planning and design for defense access roads that are critical for
  access to Naval Station Pascagoula, Mississippi, as determined by the
  Secretary of the Navy.
SEC. 2208. MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING, NAVAL AIR STATION WHIDBEY ISLAND,
WASHINGTON.
  The Secretary of the Navy shall include in the budget request for the
  Navy for fiscal year 1994 a request for funds for the design of 300 family
  housing units at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington.
TITLE XXIII--AIR FORCE
SEC. 2301. AUTHORIZED AIR FORCE CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION PROJECTS.
  (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2304(a)(1), and, in the case of
  the projects described in paragraphs (2), (3), and (4) of section 2304(b),
  other amounts appropriated pursuant to authorizations enacted after this Act
  for such project, the Secretary of the Air Force may acquire real property
  and carry out military construction projects for the installations and
  locations inside the United States, and in the amounts, set forth in the
  following table:
Air Force: Inside the United States
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               State Installation or location         Amount
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             Alabama Gunter Air Force Base            $960,000
                     Maxwell Air Force Base           $20,600,000
              Alaska Clear Air Force Station          $2,250,000
                     Eielson Air Force Base           $40,950,000
                     Elmendorf Air Force Base         $22,550,000
                     Galena Airport                   $4,850,000
                     King Salmon Airport              $6,400,000
                     Shemya Air Force Base            $3,350,000
             Arizona Libby Army Air Field             $15,300,000
                     Davis Monthan Air Force Base     $3,500,000
                     Luke Air Force Base              $2,950,000
                     Navajo Army Depot                $3,900,000
            Arkansas Little Rock Air Force Base       $3,860,000
          California Beale Air Force Base             $5,600,000
                     Edwards Air Force Base           $24,500,000
                     March Air Force Base             $2,250,000
                     McClellan Air Force Base         $9,900,000
                     Travis Air Force Base            $11,680,000
                     Vandenberg Air Force Base        $26,250,000
            Colorado Peterson Air Force Base          $3,500,000
                     United States Air Force Academy  $4,260,000
            Delaware Dover Air Force Base             $21,260,000
District of Columbia Bolling Air Force Base           $9,400,000
             Florida Cape Canaveral Air Force Station $40,800,000
                     Eglin Air Force Base             $65,680,000
                     Patrick Air Force Base           $7,700,000
             Georgia Moody Air Force Base             $4,380,000
                     Robins Air Force Base            $11,500,000
            Illinois Scott Air Force Base             $960,000
              Kansas McConnell Air Force Base         $960,000
           Louisiana Barksdale Air Force Base         $28,320,000
            Maryland Andrews Air Force Base           $820,000
       Massachusetts Hanscom Air Force Base           $4,200,000
         Mississippi Keesler Air Force Base           $13,240,000
            Missouri Whiteman Air Force Base          $62,270,000
             Montana Malmstrom Air Force Base         $1,100,000
            Nebraska Offutt Air Force Base            $6,190,000
              Nevada Nellis Air Force Base            $10,930,000
          New Jersey McGuire Air Force Base           $8,970,000
          New Mexico Cannon Air Force Base            $2,800,000
                     Holloman Air Force Base          $11,420,000
      North Carolina Pope Air Force Base              $22,180,000
                     Seymour Johnson Air Force Base   $5,230,000
        North Dakota Cavalier Air Force Station       $1,450,000
                     Grand Forks Air Force Base       $6,500,000
                     Minot Air Force Base             $8,650,000
                Ohio Wright-Patterson Air Force Base  $12,170,000
            Oklahoma Altus Air Force Base             $7,300,000
                     Tinker Air Force Base            $21,280,000
                     Vance Air Force Base             $2,350,000
      South Carolina Charleston Air Force Base        $32,150,000
                     Shaw Air Force Base              $2,380,000
        South Dakota Ellsworth Air Force Base         $3,880,000
               Texas Brooks Air Force Base            $9,000,000
                     Dyess Air Force Base             $7,300,000
                     Goodfellow Air Force Base        $3,250,000
                     Kelly Air Force Base             $21,360,000
                     Lackland Air Force Base          $9,000,000
                     Laughlin Air Force Base          $6,000,000
                     Randolph Air Force Base          $1,250,000
                     Sheppard Air Force Base          $6,990,000
                Utah Hill Air Force Base              $6,100,000
            Virginia Langley Air Force Base           $7,050,000
          Washington Fairchild Air Force Base         $2,510,000
                     McChord Air Force Base           $2,540,000
             Wyoming F.E. Warren Air Force Base       $1,050,000
   Various Locations Various Locations                $2,800,000
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  (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2304(a)(2), the Secretary of the
  Air Force may acquire real property and may carry out military construction
  projects for the installations and locations outside the United States,
  and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Air Force: Outside the United States
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         Country Installation or location   Amount
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Ascension Island Power/Desalinization Plant $22,000,000
         Germany Rhein-Main Air Base        $3,100,000
       Greenland Thule Air Base             $24,900,000
            Guam Andersen Air Force Base    $23,240,000
        Portugal Lajes Field                $8,450,000
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SEC. 2302. FAMILY HOUSING.
  (a) CONSTRUCTION AND ACQUISITION- Using amounts appropriated pursuant
  to the authorization of appropriations in section 2304(a)(5)(A), the
  Secretary of the Air Force may construct or acquire family housing units
  (including land acquisition) at the installations, for the purposes,
  and in the amounts set forth in the following table:
Air Force: Family Housing
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State or Country Installation             Purpose
Amount
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      California Beale Air Force Base     Housing office
      $306,000
                 March Air Force Base     320 units
                 $38,351,000
         Florida Patrick Air Force Base   250 units
         $22,500,000
         Georgia Moody Air Force Base     Housing maintenance facility
         $290,000
                 Robins Air Force Base    55 units
                 $3,153,000
        Illinois Scott Air Force Base     1,068 units
        $60,000,000
       Louisiana Barksdale Air Force Base Housing maintenance and storage
       facility $443,000
      New Mexico Cannon Air Force Base    361 units
      $32,951,000
                 Cannon Air Force Base    Housing office
                 $480,000
    North Dakota Minot Air Force Base     Housing office
    $286,000
  South Carolina Shaw Air Force Base      Housing office
  $351,000
            Utah Hill Air Force Base      82 units
            $6,353,000
        Portugal Lajes Field              Water wells
        $865,000
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  (b) PLANNING AND DESIGN- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2304(a)(5)(A), the Secretary
  of the Air Force may carry out architectural and engineering services
  and construction design activities with respect to the construction or
  improvement of military family housing units in an amount not to exceed
  $7,457,000.
SEC. 2303. IMPROVEMENTS TO MILITARY FAMILY HOUSING UNITS.
  Subject to section 2825 of title 10, United States Code, and using amounts
  appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations in section
  2304(a)(5)(A), the Secretary of the Air Force may improve existing military
  family housing units in an amount not to exceed $150,000,000.
SEC. 2304. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, AIR FORCE.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal
  years beginning after September 30, 1992, for military construction, land
  acquisition, and military family housing functions of the Department of
  the Air Force in the total amount of $2,062,707,000 as follows:
  (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized
  by section 2301(a), $667,290,000.
  (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized
  by section 2301(b), $81,690,000.
  (3) For unspecified minor construction projects authorized by section 2805
  of title 10, United States Code, $7,000,000.
  (4) For architectural and engineering services and construction design
  under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $95,000,000.
  (5) For military family housing functions:
  (A) For construction and acquisition of military family housing and
  facilities, $283,786,000; and
  (B) For support of military housing (including functions described in
  section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $927,941,000 of which not
  more than $150,800,000 may be obligated or expended for leasing of military
  family housing units worldwide.
  (b) LIMITATION ON TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- Notwithstanding
  the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States
  Code, and any other cost variation authorized by law, the total cost of
  all projects carried out under section 2301 of this Act may not exceed--
  (1) the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1)
  and (2) of subsection (a);
  (2) $59,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 2301(a)
  for the construction of the climate test chamber at Eglin Air Force Base,
  Florida);
  (3) $11,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 2301(a)
  for the construction of apron and hydrant system at Barksdale Air Force
  Base, Louisiana); and
  (4) $40,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized under section 2301(a)
  for the construction of family housing at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois).
SEC. 2305. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER RELOCATION, BUCKLEY AIR NATIONAL GUARD
BASE, COLORADO.
  Section 2301(a) of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year
  1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1770) is amended in the matter under
  the heading `COLORADO' by striking out the item relating to Lowry Air
  Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Buckley Air National Guard Base, $4,550,000.'.
SEC. 2306. AUTHORIZED FAMILY HOUSING LEASE PROJECTS.
  Subject to section 2835 of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary of
  the Air Force may enter into contracts for the lease of family housing
  units in the number of units shown, and at the net present value shown,
  for the following installations:
  (1) Bolling Air Force Base, District of Columbia, 550 units, $54,200,000.
  (2) Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, 550 units, $54,200,000.
SEC. 2307. AUTHORIZED MILITARY HOUSING RENTAL GUARANTEE PROJECTS.
  Subject to section 2836 of title 10, United States Code, the Secretary
  of the Air Force may enter into rental guarantee agreements for military
  housing in the number of units shown for the following installations:
  (1) Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, 302 units.
  (2) Patrick Air Force Base, Florida, 409 units.
  (3) Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, 400 units.
SEC. 2308. TERMINATION OF AUTHORITY TO CARRY OUT CERTAIN PROJECTS.
  (a) FISCAL YEAR 1992 PROJECTS- (1) Section 2301 of the Military Construction
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1992 (division B of Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1521) is amended--
  (A) under the heading `ALASKA', by striking out the item relating to Shemya
  Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Shemya Air Force Base, $10,300,000.';
  (B) under the heading `ARIZONA', by striking out the item relating to Luke
  Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Luke Air Force Base, $6,000,000.';
  (C) by striking out the following:
`MONTANA
  `Conrad Strategic Training Range Site, $700,000.
  `Havre Strategic Training Range Site, $700,000.';
  (D) under the heading `NEW YORK', by striking out the item relating to
  Griffiss Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Griffiss Air Force Base, $1,500,000.';
  (E) under the heading `SOUTH DAKOTA', by striking out the item relating
  to Ellsworth Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Ellsworth Air Force Base, $2,040,000.'; and
  (F) under the heading `TEXAS', by striking out the item relating to Sheppard
  Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Sheppard Air Force Base, $16,250,000.'.
  (2) Section 2305(a) of such Act (105 Stat. 1525) is amended--
  (A) by striking out `$2,089,303,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$2,054,713,000'; and
  (B) in paragraph (1), by striking out `$778,970,000' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `$744,380,000'.
  (b) FISCAL YEAR 1991 PROJECTS- (1) Section 2301 of the Military Construction
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (division B of Public Law 101-510;
  104 Stat. 1769) is amended--
  (A) under the heading `GEORGIA', by striking out the item relating to
  Robins Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Robins Air Force Base, $8,700,000.';
  (B) under the heading `MICHIGAN', by striking out the item relating to
  K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base, $1,400,000.'; and
  (C) under the heading `OKLAHOMA', by striking out the item relating to
  Tinker Air Force Base and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
  `Tinker Air Force Base, $53,350,000.'.
  (2) Section 2302(a) of such Act (104 Stat. 1773) is amended by striking
  out the item relating to Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, South Carolina.
  (3) Section 2304(a) of such Act (104 Stat. 1773) is amended--
  (A) by striking out `$1,922,733,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$1,905,075,000';
  (B) in paragraph (1), by striking out `$742,255,000' and inserting in lieu
  thereof `$724,855,000'; and
  (C) in paragraph (7)(A), by striking out `$182,965,000' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `$182,707,000'.
TITLE XXIV--DEFENSE AGENCIES
SEC. 2401. AUTHORIZED DEFENSE AGENCIES CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION
PROJECTS.
  (a) INSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the
  authorization of appropriations in section 2403(a)(1) and, in the case of
  the projects described in paragraphs (2) through (6) of section 2403(c),
  other amounts appropriated pursuant to authorizations enacted after this
  Act for such projects, the Secretary of Defense may acquire real property
  and carry out military construction projects for the installations and
  locations inside the United States, and in the amounts, set forth in the
  following table:
Defense Agencies: Inside the United States
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                                   Agency Installation or location
                                   Amount
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                 Defense Logistics Agency Defense Reutilization and Marketing
                 Office, March Air Force Base, California $630,000
                                          Defense Reutilization and Marketing
                                          Office, Hill Air Force Base,
                                          Utah        $1,700,000
                                          Defense General Supply
                                          Center, Richmond, Virginia
                                          $2,900,000
          Defense Medical Facility Office Beale Air Force Base, California
          $3,500,000
                                          Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska
                                          $160,000,000
                                          March Air Force Base, California
                                          $18,000,000
                                          Fitzsimons Army Medical
                                          Center, Colorado
                                          $390,000,000
                                          Walter Reed Army Medical
                                          Center, District of Columbia
                                          $147,300,000
                                          Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
                                          $3,000,000
                                          Fort Bragg, North Carolina
                                          $250,000,000
                                          Millington Naval Air
                                          Station, Tennessee
                                          $15,000,000
                 National Security Agency Fort Meade, Maryland
                 $6,700,000
                        Section 6 Schools Fort Bragg, North Carolina
                        $3,950,000
Strategic Defense Initiative Organization Barking Sands, Hawaii
$2,500,000
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  (b) OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES- Using amounts appropriated pursuant to
  the authorization of appropriations in section 2403(a)(2), the Secretary
  of Defense may acquire real property and carry out military construction
  projects for the installations and locations outside the United States,
  and in the amounts, set forth in the following table:
Defense Agencies: Outside the United States
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                    DOD Dependent Schools Hohenfels, Germany       $13,500,000
                   Defense Nuclear Agency Johnston Island          $1,500,000
                 National Security Agency Classified Locations     $9,590,000
Strategic Defense Initiative Organization Kwajelein                $22,000,000
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SEC. 2402. ENERGY CONSERVATION PROJECTS.
  Using amounts appropriated pursuant to the authorization of appropriations
  in section 2403(a)(9), the Secretary of Defense may carry out energy
  conservation projects under section 2865 of title 10, United States Code.
SEC. 2403. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, DEFENSE AGENCIES.
  (a) IN GENERAL- Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal
  years beginning after September 30, 1992, for military construction,
  land acquisition, and military family housing functions of the Department
  of Defense (other than the military departments), in the total amount of
  $2,567,146,000 as follows:
  (1) For military construction projects inside the United States authorized
  by section 2401(a), $87,950,000.
  (2) For military construction projects outside the United States authorized
  by section 2401(b), $46,590,000.
  (3) For military construction projects at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, authorized
  by section 2401(a) of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1987,
  $27,000,000.
  (4) For military construction projects at Portsmouth Naval Hospital,
  Virginia, authorized by section 2401(a) of the Military Construction
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991, $16,000,000.
  (5) For unspecified minor construction projects authorized by section 2805
  of title 10, United States Code, $12,508,000.
  (6) For contingency construction projects of the Secretary of Defense
  under section 2804 of title 10, United States Code, $10,000,000.
  (7) For architectural and engineering services and for construction design
  under section 2807 of title 10, United States Code, $90,818,000.
  (8) For conforming storage facilities constructed under the authority
  of section 2404(a) of the Military Construction Authorization Act, 1987,
  $3,580,000.
  (9) For energy conservation projects authorized by section 2402, $60,000,000.
  (10) For base closure and realignment activities as authorized by the
  Defense Authorization Amendments and Base Closure and Realignment Act
  (title II of Public Law 100-526; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note), $440,700,000.
  (11) For base closure and realignment activities as authorized by the
  Defense Base Closure and Realignment Act of 1990 (part A of title XXIX of
  Public Law 101-510; 10 U.S.C. 2687 note), $1,743,600,000.
  (12) For military family housing functions (including functions described
  in section 2833 of title 10, United States Code), $28,400,000, of which
  not more than $23,559,000 may be obligated or expended for the leasing of
  military family housing units worldwide.
  (b) AUTHORIZATION OF UNOBLIGATED FUNDS- Funds in the amount of $5,230,000
  appropriated to the Department of Defense for fiscal years before fiscal
  year 1993 for military construction functions of the Defense Agencies
  that remain available for obligation on the date of enactment of this
  Act are hereby authorized to be made available, to the extent provided
  in appropriation Acts, for military construction projects authorized in
  section 2401(a) for the Defense Logistics Agency.
  (c) LIMITATION OF TOTAL COST OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- Notwithstanding
  the cost variations authorized by section 2853 of title 10, United States
  Code, and any other cost variations authorized by law, the total cost of
  all projects carried out under section 2401 may not exceed--
  (1) the total amount authorized to be appropriated under paragraphs (1)
  and (2) of subsection (a) and subsection (b);
  (2) $134,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for construction
  of the Walter Reed Institute of Research, District of Columbia);
  (3) $145,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for construction
  of the Hospital at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska);
  (4) $5,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for the life-safety
  upgrade of the Naval Hospital at Millington Naval Air Station, Tennessee);
  (5) $240,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for construction
  of the Army Medical Center at Fort Bragg, North Carolina); and
  (6) $388,000,000 (the balance of the amount authorized for Fitzsimons Army
  Medical Center, Colorado).
TITLE XXV--NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION INFRASTRUCTURE
SEC. 2501. AUTHORIZED NATO CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION PROJECTS.
  The Secretary of Defense may make contributions for the North Atlantic
  Treaty Organization Infrastructure Program as provided in section 2806
  of title 10, United States Code, in an amount not to exceed the sum of
  the amount authorized to be appropriated for this purpose in section 2502
  and the amount collected from the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as
  a result of construction previously financed by the United States.
SEC. 2502. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS, NATO.
  Funds are hereby authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning
  after September 30, 1992, for contributions by the Secretary of Defense
  under section 2806 of title 10, United States Code, for the share of
  the United States of the cost of projects for the North Atlantic Treaty
  Organization Infrastructure Program as authorized by section 2501, in the
  amount of $60,000,000.
TITLE XXVI--GUARD AND RESERVE FORCES FACILITIES
SEC. 2601. AUTHORIZED GUARD AND RESERVE CONSTRUCTION AND LAND ACQUISITION
PROJECTS.
  There are authorized to be appropriated for fiscal years beginning
  after September 30, 1992, for the costs of acquisition, architectural
  and engineering services, and construction of facilities for the Guard
  and Reserve Forces, and for contributions therefor, under chapter 133 of
  title 10, United States Code (including the cost of acquisition of land
  for those facilities), the following amounts:
  (1) For the Department of the Army--
  (A) for the Army National Guard of the United States, $208,672,000; and
  (B) for the Army Reserve, $34,850,000.
  (2) For the Department of the Navy, for the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve,
  $17,200,000.
  (3) For the Department of the Air Force--
  (A) for the Air National Guard of the United States, $305,759,000; and
  (B) for the Air Force Reserve, $36,580,000.
SEC. 2602. REDUCTIONS IN CERTAIN PRIOR YEAR AUTHORIZATIONS OF APPROPRIATIONS
FOR AIR FORCE RESERVE MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS.
  (a) FISCAL YEAR 1989- Section 2601(3)(B) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1989 (Public Law 100-456; 102 Stat. 2114)
  is amended by striking out `$63,600,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$62,440,000'.
  (b) FISCAL YEAR 1990- Section 2601(3)(B) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (Public Law 101-189;
  103 Stat. 1645) is amended by striking out `$35,600,000' and inserting in
  lieu thereof `$29,050,000'.
  (c) FISCAL YEAR 1991- Section 2601(3)(B) of the National Defense
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1781)
  is amended by striking out `$37,700,000' and inserting in lieu thereof
  `$33,930,000'.
TITLE XXVII-- EXPIRATION AND EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATIONS
SEC. 2701. EXPIRATION OF AUTHORIZATIONS AND AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO BE SPECIFIED
BY LAW.
  (a) EXPIRATION OF AUTHORIZATIONS AFTER THREE YEARS- Except as provided in
  subsection (b), all authorizations contained in titles XXI through XXVI for
  military construction projects, land acquisition, family housing projects
  and facilities, and contributions to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  Infrastructure program (and authorizations of appropriations therefor)
  shall expire on the later of--
  (1) October 1, 1995; or
  (2) the date of the enactment of an Act authorizing funds for military
  construction for fiscal year 1996.
  (b) EXCEPTION- Subsection (a) shall not apply to authorizations for
  military construction projects, land acquisition, family housing projects
  and facilities, and contributions to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  Infrastructure program (and authorizations of appropriations therefor),
  for which appropriated funds have been obligated before the later of--
  (1) October 1, 1995; or
  (2) the date of the enactment of an Act authorizing funds for fiscal year
  1996 for military construction projects, land acquisition, family housing
  projects and facilities, or contributions to the North Atlantic Treaty
  Organization Infrastructure program.
SEC. 2702. EXTENSION OF AUTHORIZATIONS OF CERTAIN FISCAL YEAR 1990 PROJECTS.
  (a) EXTENSIONS- Notwithstanding section 2701(b) of the Military Construction
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1990 and 1991 (division B of Public Law
  101-189, 103 Stat. 1645), authorizations for the projects set forth in the
  tables in subsection (b), as provided in section 2101, 2201, 2202, or 2301
  of that Act and extended by section 2702(b) of the Military Construction
  Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1992 (division B of Public Law 102-190;
  105 Stat. 1535), shall remain in effect until October 1, 1993, or the date
  of the enactment of an Act authorizing funds for military construction
  for fiscal year 1994, whichever is later.
  (b) TABLES- The tables referred to in subsection (a) are as follows:
Army: Extension of 1990 Project Authorizations
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       State Installation or  location Project
       Amount
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      Kansas Fort Riley                Child development center
      $1,500,000
   Louisiana Fort Polk                 Range modernization
   $9,600,000
Pennsylvania New Cumberland Army Depot Hazardous material storage facility
$14,000,000
    Virginia Fort Lee                  Enlisted petroleum training facility
    $8,300,000
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Navy: Extension of 1990 Project Authorizations
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       State Installation or  location               Project
       Amount
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  California Navy Public Works Center, San Francisco 344 housing units
  $34,000,000
       Texas Ingleside Naval Station                 EOD complex
       $1,000,000
                                                     BEQ II project
                                                     $6,200,000
                                                     Magazines
                                                     $910,000
Pennsylvania Philadelphia Naval Shipyard             Hazardous and flammable
material warehouse $3,000,000
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Air Force: Extension of 1990 Project Authorizations
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State or  country Installation or  location Project                      Amount
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         Colorado Lowry Air Force Base      Computer operations facility
         $15,500,000
                                            Logistics support facility
                                            $3,500,000
             Ohio Newark Air Force Base     Child development center
             $680,000
         Oklahoma Tinker Air Force Base     EMP test facility
         $9,300,000
           Turkey Incirlik Air Force Base   Post office
           $550,000
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SEC. 2703. EFFECTIVE DATE.
  Titles XXI, XXII, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, and XXVI shall take effect on the
  later of--
  (1) October 1, 1992; and
  (2) the date of the enactment of this Act.
TITLE XXVIII--GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle A--Military Construction Program and Military Family Housing Changes
SEC. 2801. PROMOTION OF ENERGY SAVINGS AT MILITARY INSTALLATIONS.
  (a) ENERGY SAVING ACTIVITIES- Section 2865 of title 10, United States Code,
  is amended--
  (1) by striking out subsection (b)(3);
  (2) by redesignating subsection (d) as subsection (f); and
  (3) by inserting after subsection (c) the following new subsection:
  `(d) ENERGY SAVING ACTIVITIES- (1) The Secretary of Defense shall permit and
  encourage each military department, Defense Agency, and other instrumentality
  of the Department of Defense to participate in programs conducted by any
  gas or electric utility for the management of electricity demand or for
  energy conservation.
  `(2) The Secretary of Defense may authorize any military installation to
  accept any financial incentive, goods, or services generally available
  from a gas or electric utility, to adopt technologies and practices that
  the Secretary determines are cost effective for the Federal Government.
  `(3) Subject to paragraph (4), the Secretary of Defense may authorize the
  Secretary of a military department having jurisdiction over a military
  installation to enter into agreements with gas or electric utilities
  to design and implement cost-effective demand and conservation incentive
  programs (including energy management services, facilities alterations, and
  the installation and maintenance of energy saving devices and technologies
  by the utilities) to address the requirements and circumstances of the
  installation.
  `(4)(A) If an agreement under paragraph (3) provides for a utility to
  advance financing costs for the design or implementation of a program
  referred to in that paragraph to be repayed by the United States, the
  cost of such advance may be recovered by the utility under terms no less
  favorable than those applicable to its most favored customer.
  `(B) Subject to the availability of appropriations, repayment of costs
  advanced under subparagraph (A) shall be made from funds available to a
  military department for the purchase of utility services.
  `(C) An agreement under paragraph (3) shall provide that title to any
  energy-saving device or technology installed at a military installation
  pursuant to the agreement vest in the United States. Such title may vest
  at such time during the term of the agreement, or upon expiration of the
  agreement, as determined to be in the best interests of the United States.'.
  (b) ENERGY CONSERVATION CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- Such section is further
  amended by inserting after subsection (d), as added by subsection (a)(3),
  the following new subsection:
  `(e) ENERGY CONSERVATION CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS- (1) The Secretary of Defense
  may carry out a military construction project for energy conservation,
  not previously authorized, using funds appropriated or otherwise made
  available for that purpose.
  `(2) When a decision is made to carry out a project under paragraph (1),
  the Secretary of Defense shall notify in writing the Committees on Armed
  Services and Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives of
  that decision. The project may then be carried out only after the end of
  the 21-day period beginning on the date the notification is received by
  such committees.'.
  (c) CONFORMING AMENDMENT- Subsection (b)(1) of such section is amended by
  striking out `paragraph (3)(B)' and inserting in lieu thereof `subsection
  (d)(2)'.
  (d) TECHNICAL AMENDMENT- Subsection (f) of such section, as redesignated by
  subsection (a)(2), is amended by striking out `Beginning with fiscal year
  1991 and by no later than December 31, 1991, and of each year thereafter,'
  and inserting in lieu thereof `Not later than December 31 of each year,'.
  (e) CLERICAL AMENDMENTS- Such section is further amended--
  (1) in subsection (a), by inserting `ENERGY PERFORMANCE GOAL AND PLAN-
  ' after `(a)';
  (2) in subsection (b), by inserting `USE OF ENERGY COST SAVINGS- ' after
  `(b)';
  (3) in subsection (c), by inserting `SHARED ENERGY SAVINGS CONTRACTS-
  ' after `(c)'; and
  (4) in subsection (f), as redesignated by subsection (a)(2), by inserting
  `ANNUAL REPORT- ' after `(f)'.
SEC. 2802. AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT FAMILY HOUSING UNITS.
  (a) AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT REPLACEMENT UNITS- Section 2825 of title 10,
  United States Code, is amended--
  (1) by redesignating subsection (c) as subsection (d); and
  (2) by inserting after subsection (b) the following new subsection:
  `(c)(1) The Secretary concerned may construct replacement military family
  housing units in lieu of improving existing military family housing
  units if--
  `(A) the improvement of the existing housing units has been authorized
  by law;
  `(B) the Secretary determines that the improvement project is no longer
  cost-effective after a review of post-design or bid cost estimates;
  `(C) the Secretary submits to the committees referred to in subsection
  (b)(1) a notice containing--
  `(i) an economic analysis demonstrating that the improvement project would
  exceed 70 percent of the cost of constructing replacement housing units
  intended for members of the armed forces in the same pay grade or grades
  as those members who occupy the existing housing units; and
  `(ii) if the replacement housing units are intended for members of the
  armed forces in a different pay grade or grades, a justification of the
  need for the replacement housing units based upon the long-term requirements
  of the armed forces in the location concerned; and
  `(D) a period of 21 days elapses after the date on which the Secretary
  submits the notice required by subparagraph (C).
  `(2) The amount that may be expended to construct replacement military
  family housing units under this subsection may not exceed the amount that
  is otherwise available to carry out the previously authorized improvement
  project.'.
  (b) CONFORMING AMEND