There is one summary for this bill. Bill summaries are authored by CRS.

Shown Here:
Introduced in Senate (02/03/1994)

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Title I: Rescissions of Fiscal Year 1994 Spending

Subtitle A: Agriculture

Subtitle B: National Defense

Subtitle C: Foreign Relations and Intelligence

Subtitle D: Government Employees and Government

Operations

Subtitle E: Energy and Commerce

Title II: Permanent Program Changes for Fiscal Years After

1994

Subtitle A: Agriculture

Subtitle B: National Defense

Subtitle C: Foreign Relations and Intelligence

Subtitle D: Government Employees and Government

Operations

Subtitle E: Energy and Commerce

Deficit Reduction Act of 1994 - Title I: Rescissions of Fiscal Year 1994 Spending - Subtitle A: Agriculture - Rescinds FY 1994 appropriations made available to the Department of Agriculture.

Subtitle B: National Defense - Rescinds FY 1994 appropriations made available for nuclear weapons activities, the Selective Service System, the D5 (Trident II) Missile Program, the Follow-On Early Warning System Program, the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization Programs, armed forces recruiting activities, the Titan IV missile launch systems, and the National Aerospace Plane Program.

Subtitle C: Foreign Relations and Intelligence - Rescinds FY 1994 appropriations made available for intelligence activities, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and foreign military financing grants.

Subtitle D: Government Employees and Government Operations - Rescinds FY 1994 appropriations made available for Senior Executive Service accrued leave upon termination of employment, the acquisition of new Federal buildings, and the Federal Information Center.

Subtitle E: Energy and Commerce - Rescinds FY 1994 appropriations made available for the Superconducting Super Collider, the Tennessee Valley Authority Fertilizer Program, the United States Space Station Freedom Program, the modular High-Temperature Gas Reactor Program, and the Advanced Liquid Metal Reactor Program.

Title II: Permanent Program Changes for Fiscal Years After 1994 - Subtitle A: Agriculture - Amends the Agricultural Act of 1949 to require producers under an acreage limitation program to pay certain irrigation costs.

Amends the Agricultural Trade Act of 1978 to reduce the funding level for marketing promotion programs.

Directs the Secretary of Agriculture to take specified actions to restructure and reinvent the Department of Agriculture.

Subtitle B: National Defense - Limits the number of nuclear warheads maintained by the United States. Specifies amounts to be expended for nuclear weapons research, development, and testing activities for FY 1995 through 1998.

Prohibits enrollment at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences after December 31, 1993.

Terminates the Selective Service System.

Prohibits additional procurement for the D5 (Trident II) Missile Program and limits test flights of such missiles.

Terminates the Follow-on Early Warning System Program.

Grants preferential funding treatment to the Theater Missile Defense program element of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization.

Provides for a consolidation and reduction of recruiting activities of the armed forces.

Reduces the number of P-3 aircraft squadrons in the Navy.

Limits the number of Titan IV missile launch systems.

Terminates the National Aerospace Plane Program.

Subtitle C: Foreign Relations and Intelligence - Limits FY 1995 through 1998 intelligence funding to FY 1994 levels.

Sets forth terms and conditions for the operation of Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty.

Subtitle D: Government Employees and Government Operations - Provides for uniform pay adjustments for Members of Congress and civil service employees for FY 1994.

Limits the accumulation of annual leave for members of the Senior Executive Service.

Imposes a moratorium on the acquisition of new Federal buildings until October 1, 1998.

Terminates the Federal Information Center.

Subtitle E: Energy and Commerce - Terminates funding for the Superconducting Super Collider, the Tennessee Valley Authority Fertilizer Program, the United States Space Station Freedom Program, the Gas Turbine-Modular Helium Reactor Project, and the Advanced Liquid Metal Reactor Program.