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                                                       Calendar No. 254
107th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                    107-109

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    DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATION BILL, 2002 AND SUPPLEMENTAL 
                          APPROPRIATIONS, 2002

                                _______
                                

                December 5, 2001.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

           Mr. Inouye, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 3338]

    The Committee on Appropriations, to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 3338) making appropriations for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002, and for 
other purposes, reports the same to the Senate with an 
amendment in the nature of a substitute and recommends that the 
bill as amended do pass.

      DIVISION A--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2002




New obligational authority

Total of bill as reported to Senate.....................$317,623,483,000
Total of 2002 budget estimate........................... 319,547,116,000
Amount of fiscal year 2001 enacted with supplementals... 290,883,831,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Below fiscal year 2002 budget estimate..............   1,923,633,000
    Over enacted appropriations for fiscal year 2001....  26,739,652,000


                            C O N T E N T S

                              ----------                              

      DIVISION A--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2002

Background:
                                                                   Page
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     8
    Hearings.....................................................     8
    Summary of the Bill..........................................     8
    Compliance with 302(b) Allocation............................     9
    Budgetary impact of the Bill.................................    10

                      TITLE I--MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military personnel summary.......................................    11
Military Personnel, Army.........................................    15
Military Personnel, Navy.........................................    17
Military Personnel, Marine Corps.................................    19
Military Personnel, Air Force....................................    20
Reserve Personnel, Army..........................................    22
Reserve Personnel, Navy..........................................    22
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..................................    23
Reserve Personnel, Air Force.....................................    24
National Guard Personnel, Army...................................    25
National Guard Personnel, Air Force..............................    26

                  TITLE II--OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and maintenance summary................................    28
Operation and Maintenance, Army..................................    30
Operation and Maintenance, Navy..................................    35
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps..........................    38
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.............................    39
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide..........................    43
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve..........................    46
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve..........................    47
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..................    48
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.....................    49
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...................    50
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard....................    51
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund....................    53
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.......................    53
Environmental Restoration, Army..................................    54
Environmental Restoration, Navy..................................    54
Environmental Restoration, Air Force.............................    54
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide..........................    54
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites...........    54
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...................    54
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction.............................    54
Support for International Sporting Competitions, Defense.........    55

                         TITLE III--PROCUREMENT

Procurement summary..............................................    56
Aircraft Procurement, Army.......................................    57
Missile Procurement, Army........................................    59
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.........    61
Procurement of Ammunition, Army..................................    64
Other Procurement, Army..........................................    67
Aircraft Procurement, Navy.......................................    74
Weapons Procurement, Navy........................................    77
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.................    79
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy................................    81
Other Procurement, Navy..........................................    84
Procurement, Marine Corps........................................    89
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..................................    91
Missile Procurement, Air Force...................................    95
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.............................    97
Other Procurement, Air Force.....................................    98
Procurement, Defense-Wide........................................   101
Defense Production Act Purchases.................................   105
National Guard and Reserve Equipment.............................   105

          TITLE IV--RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Research, development, test, and evaluation summary..............   108
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army................   109
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy................   117
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force...........   126
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-Wide........   133
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.........................   143

                TITLE V--REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense Working Capital Funds....................................   145
National Defense Sealift Fund....................................   145

          TITLE VI--OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

Defense Health Program...........................................   146
Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army..................   152
Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...........   154
Office of the Inspector General..................................   155

                      TITLE VII--RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund   156
Intelligence Community Management Account........................   156
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation and 
  Environmental Restoration Fund.................................   156
National Security Education Trust Fund...........................   156

                               TITLE VIII

General Provisions...............................................   157
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule XVI, Standing Rules of the 
  Senate.........................................................   165
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule XXVI, Standing Rules of the 
  Senate.........................................................   165
Compliance with paragraph 12, rule XXVI, Standing Rules of the 
  Senate.........................................................   166

  DIVISION B--TRANSFERS FROM THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND PURSUANT TO 
                           PUBLIC LAW 107-38
                               CHAPTER 1
  Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies

Department of Agriculture:
    Food and Nutrition Service...................................   175
Related agency: Commodity Futures Trading Commission.............   175

                               CHAPTER 2
   Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and 
                            Related Agencies

Department of Justice:
    General Administration.......................................   175
    Legal Activities.............................................   176
    Federal Bureau of Investigation..............................   177
    Immigration and Naturalization Service.......................   178
    Office of Justice Programs...................................   179
Department of Commerce:
    International Trade Administration...........................   181
    Export Administration........................................   181
    Economic Development Administration..........................   181
    National Telecommunications and Information Administration...   181
    United States Patent and Trademarks Office...................   182
    National Institute of Standards and Technology...............   182
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration..............   182
    Departmental Management......................................   182
The judiciary:
    Supreme Court of the United States...........................   182
    Court of Appeals, District Courts, and Other Judicial 
      Services...................................................   183
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts.....................   183
Related agencies:
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission......................   184
    Securities and Exchange Commission...........................   184
    Small Business Administration................................   184
General provisions, this chapter.................................   184

                               CHAPTER 3
                        Subcommittee on Defense

Department of Defense:
    Operation and maintenance....................................   185
    Procurement..................................................   186
General provisions, this chapter                                    186

                               CHAPTER 4
                Subcommittee on the District of Columbia

District of Columbia:
    Federal funds: Federal Payment to the District of Columbia 
      for Emergency Response and Planning........................   187

                               CHAPTER 5
              Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development

Department of Defense--Civil:
    Department of the Army:
    Corps of Engineers--Civil: Operation and Maintenance, General   188
Department of the Interior: Bureau of Reclamation................   188
Department of Energy:
    Atomic energy defense activities:
        National Nuclear Security Administration.................   189
        Other Defense Related Activities.........................   189

                               CHAPTER 6
           Subcommittee on the Interior and Related Agencies

Department of the Interior:
    National Park Service........................................   190
    Departmental Offices.........................................   191
Related agencies:
    Smithsonian Institution......................................   191
    John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts...............   191
    National Gallery of Art......................................   192
    National Capital Planning Commission.........................   192

                               CHAPTER 7
 Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and 
                            Related Agencies

Department of Labor:
    Employment and Training Administration.......................   192
    Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration..................   193
    Occupational Safety and Health Administration................   193
    Departmental Management......................................   193
Department of Health and Human Services:
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...................   193
    National Institutes of Health................................   194
    Office of the Secretary......................................   194
Department of Education: Office of Elementary and Secondary 
  Education......................................................   194
Related agencies:
    Social Security Administration...............................   195
    National Labor Relations Board...............................   195

                               CHAPTER 8
                 Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch

Legislative branch:
    Joint items..................................................   195
    Senate: Administrative provisions............................   196
    Other legislative branch: Administrative provisions..........   196

                               CHAPTER 9
                 Subcommittee on Military Construction

Military construction:
    Military construction, Defense-wide..........................   197
    Military construction, Army..................................   197
    Military construction, Navy..................................   197
    Military construction, Air Force.............................   197
General provisions, this chapter                                    197

                               CHAPTER 10
          Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies

Department of Transportation:
    Office of the Secretary......................................   198
    Coast Guard..................................................   198
    Federal Aviation Administration..............................   199
    Federal Highway Administration...............................   200
    Federal Railroad Administration..............................   201
    Federal Transit Administration...............................   201
    Research and Special Programs Administration.................   202
    Office of the Inspector General..............................   202
    National Transportation Safety Board.........................   202

                               CHAPTER 11
            Subcommittee on Treasury and General Government

Department of the Treasury:
    Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration............   203
    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.........................   203
    Federal Law Enforcement Training Center......................   203
    Financial Management Service.................................   203
    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms......................   203
    United States Customs Service................................   204
    Internal Revenue Service.....................................   204
    United States Secret Service.................................   204
Executive Office of the President: Office of Administration......   205
Independent agencies:
    General Services Administration..............................   205
    National Archives and Records Administration.................   205

                               CHAPTER 12
   Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development

Department of Veterans Affairs: Construction, major projects.....   205
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
    Community Planning and Development...........................   205
    Management and Administration................................   206
Independent agencies:
    Environmental Protection Agency..............................   207
    Federal Emergency Management Agency..........................   207
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration................   208
    National Science Foundation..................................   209

           DIVISION C--ADDITIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS
                       TITLE I--HOMELAND DEFENSE
                               CHAPTER 1
  Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies

Department of Agriculture:
    Office of the Secretary......................................   216
    Agricultural Research Service................................   216
    Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service.   216
    Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service...................   217
    Food Safety and Inspection Service...........................   217
Department of Health and Human Services: Food and Drug 
  Administration.................................................   217

                               CHAPTER 2
   Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and 
                            Related Agencies

Department of Justice:
    General administration.......................................   218
    Legal Activities.............................................   219
    Federal Bureau of Investigation..............................   219
    Immigration and Naturalization Service.......................   220
    Federal Prison System........................................   220
    Office of Justice Programs...................................   221
Department of Commerce: National Institute of Standards and 
  Technology.....................................................   222
Related agencies:
    Department of Transportation: Maritime Administration........   222
    Federal Trade Commission.....................................   223

                               CHAPTER 3
              Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development

Department of Energy:
    Atomic energy defense activities: National Nuclear Security 
      Administration.............................................   223
Independent agency: Nuclear Regulatory Commission................   224

                               CHAPTER 4
 Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and 
                            Related Agencies

Department of Health and Human Services: Office of the Secretary.   225

                               CHAPTER 5
          Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies

Department of Transportation:
    Coast Guard..................................................   226
    Federal Aviation Administration..............................   226

                               CHAPTER 6
            Subcommittee on Treasury and General Government

Department of the Treasury: United States Customs Service........   227
Executive Office of the President: Office of Administration......   227
Postal Service: Payment to the Postal Service Fund...............   228

                               CHAPTER 7
   Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development

Independent agencies:
    Environmental Protection Agency..............................   228
    Federal Emergency Management Agency..........................   228
General provision, this title....................................   228

      TITLE II--ASSISTANCE TO NEW YORK, VIRGINIA, AND PENNSYLVANIA
   Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development

Independent agency: Federal Emergency Management Agency..........   229
General provision, this division.................................   229

                               DIVISION D

Spending limits and budgetary allocations for fiscal year 2002...   232

                               DIVISION E

Technical corrections............................................   233

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense for the period October 1, 2001, 
through September 30, 2002. Functional areas include the pay, 
allowances, and support of military personnel, operation and 
maintenance of the forces, procurement of equipment and 
systems, and research, development, test, and evaluation. 
Appropriations for military assistance, military construction, 
family housing, nuclear weapons programs, and civil defense are 
provided in other bills.

                                Hearings

    The Subcommittee on Department of Defense Appropriations 
began hearings on February 28, 2001, and concluded them on 
September 5, 2001, after 11 separate sessions. The subcommittee 
heard testimony from representatives of the Department of 
Defense, other Federal agencies, representatives of 
organizations, and the public.

                          Summary of the Bill

    The Committee considered a total fiscal year 2002 budget 
request of $319,547,116,000 in new obligational authority for 
the military functions of the Department of Defense, excluding 
military assistance, military construction, family housing and 
civil defense. On April 9, 2001, the President submitted a 
request for $301,379,092,000 for programs under the 
jurisdiction of the Subcommittee on Defense. On June 28, 2001, 
the President amended his budget increasing the funding 
requested by $18,168,024,000. The amended budget is 
$28,663,285,000 above fiscal year 2001 levels including 
supplementals.
    At $317,623,483,000, the funding recommended in this bill 
is the largest defense budget in the Nation's history. The 
Committee recommendations pay for the on-going programs of the 
Defense Department and to transform the military for the new 
century. The primary goal of this bill is to ensure readiness 
and fair treatment of our men and women in uniform. It was not 
crafted to provide a direct response to the tragic events of 
September 11, 2001. The Committee understands that additional 
funding to respond to the crisis are being funded through 
supplemental appropriations measures. The Committee expects 
that all costs associated with the defense response to those 
terrorist attacks will be provided in these other bills. The 
following table displays the recommendations for each title:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Fiscal year 2001  Fiscal year 2002      Committee
                                                                enacted            request       recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Title I--Military personnel..............................        75,847,740         82,307,281        81,965,391
Title II--Operation and maintenance......................        96,889,774        106,778,645       106,449,689
    (By transfer)........................................          (150,000)  ................  ................
Title III--Procurement...................................        59,232,846         60,440,297        60,881,434
Title IV--Research, development, test, and evaluation....        41,359,605         47,429,433        46,006,678
Title V--Revolving and management  funds.................         1,986,934          2,458,394         2,234,394
Title VI--Other Department of Defense programs...........        14,114,424         20,024,928        20,498,963
Title VII--Related agencies..............................           431,581            397,776           439,776
Title VIII--General provisions...........................        -4,227,773           -299,638          -852,842
                                                          ------------------------------------------------------
      Total..............................................       285,635,131        319,547,116       317,623,483
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     classified program adjustments

    The Committee recommends adjustments to certain classified 
programs, as explained in the classified annex to the 
Committee's report.

                   Compliance with 302(b) Allocation

    The Appropriations Committee conformed fully to the budget 
resolution for defense spending in its 302(b) allocation. This 
allocation divided the budget authority and outlays among the 
subcommittees with jurisdiction over discretionary spending. 
The Defense Subcommittee has the greatest share of defense 
spending. In this recommended bill, the Appropriations 
Committee has remained within the tight constraints of its 
302(b) allocation for defense.

                                            BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL
  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent
 Resolution for 2002: Subcommittee on Defense:
    General purpose, defense................................      181,953      317,206           NA           NA
    General purpose, non-defense............................  ...........  ...........           NA           NA
    General purpose, total..................................      181,953      317,206      181,616  \1\ 309,399
    Mandatory...............................................          282          282          282          282
Projections of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2002....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  \2\ 213,317
    2003....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       66,323
    2004....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       20,197
    2005....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        7,459
    2006 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        5,814
Financial assistance to State and local governments for 2002           NA  ...........           NA  ...........
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.
Note.--Although the Committee recommendation exceeds the existing 302(b) allocation, it is fully consistent with
  the Bipartisan Budget Agreement.


                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required for basic pay, retired pay accrual, employer's 
contribution for Social Security taxes, basic allowance for 
housing, basic allowance for subsistence, special and incentive 
pays, permanent change of station travel, and other personnel 
costs for uniformed members of the Armed Forces.
    The President's fiscal year 2002 budget requests a total of 
$82,307,281,000 for military personnel appropriations. This 
request funds an Active component end strength of 1,387,400 and 
a Reserve component end strength of 864,658.

                      summary of committee action

    The Committee recommends military personnel appropriations 
totaling $81,965,391,000 for fiscal year 2002. This is 
$341,890,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Committee recommends funding an Active component end 
strength of 1,387,400 for fiscal year 2002, the same as the 
budget estimate. The Committee recommends funding a Reserve 
component end strength of 864,658 for fiscal year 2002, the 
same as the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended military personnel appropriations for 
fiscal year 2002 are summarized below:

                                  SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military Personnel:
    Army........................................................      23,626,684      23,446,734        -179,950
    Navy........................................................      19,606,984      19,465,964        -141,020
    Marine Corps................................................       7,365,040       7,335,370         -29,670
    Air Force...................................................      20,151,514      20,032,704        -118,810
Reserve Personnel:
    Army........................................................       2,604,197       2,670,197         +66,000
    Navy........................................................       1,643,523       1,650,523          +7,000
    Marine Corps................................................         463,300         466,300          +3,000
    Air Force...................................................       1,055,160       1,061,160          +6,000
National Guard Personnel:
    Army........................................................       4,014,135       4,052,695         +38,560
    Air Force...................................................       1,776,744       1,783,744          +7,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      82,307,281      81,965,391        -341,890
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for fiscal year 2002 
are summarized below:

                                            RECOMMENDED END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active:
    Army........................................................         480,000         480,000  ..............
    Navy........................................................         376,000         376,000  ..............
    Marine Corps................................................         172,600         172,600  ..............
    Air Force...................................................         358,800         358,800  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................       1,387,400       1,387,400  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Selected Reserve:
    Army Reserve................................................         205,000         205,000  ..............
    Naval Reserve...............................................          87,000          87,000  ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve........................................          39,558          39,558  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................          74,700          74,700  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................         350,000         350,000  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................         108,400         108,400  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................         864,658         864,658  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total.....................................................       2,252,058       2,252,058  ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Committee recommended end-strengths for full-time support 
of the Reserve and Guard for fiscal year 2002 are summarized 
below:

                                RECOMMENDED ACTIVE GUARD AND RESERVE END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army Reserve....................................................          13,108          13,406            +298
Naval Reserve...................................................          14,811          14,811  ..............
Marine Corps Reserve............................................           2,261           2,261  ..............
Air Force Reserve...............................................           1,437           1,437  ..............
Army National Guard.............................................          22,974          23,698            +724
Air National Guard..............................................          11,591          11,591  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          66,182          67,204          +1,022
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                  RECOMMENDED MILITARY TECHNICIANS END STRENGTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dual Status (minimum levels):
    Army Reserve................................................           5,999           6,249            +250
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,818           9,818  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          23,128          23,615            +487
    Air National Guard..........................................          22,422          22,422  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................          61,367          62,104            +737
                                                                 ===============================================
Non Dual Status (numerical limits):
    Army Reserve................................................           1,095           1,095  ..............
    Air Force Reserve...........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................           1,600           1,600  ..............
    Air National Guard..........................................             350             350  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................           3,045           3,045  ..............
                                                                 ===============================================
Total:
    Army Reserve................................................           7,094           7,344            +250
    Air Force Reserve...........................................           9,818           9,818  ..............
    Army National Guard.........................................          24,728          25,215            +487
    Air National Guard..........................................          22,772          22,772  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................          64,412          65,149            +737
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Military Personnel Overview

                      fiscal year 2002 highlights

    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2002 budget 
estimate represents a significant increase in the military 
personnel accounts. The fiscal year 2002 military personnel 
budget estimate is over $6,000,000,000 more than the fiscal 
year 2001 estimate. Major initiatives include:
    Targeted pay raise.--The budget estimate provides for a 5 
percent increase in basic pay for all service members, and a 
targeted pay raise of up to 10 percent for enlisted grades E-4 
to E-9 and mid grade officers. This targeted pay raise 
increases pay for those grades with the most difficult 
retention challenges.
    Reduced out-of-pocket housing costs.--The budget estimate 
includes funds to continue the effort to increase Basic 
Allowance for Housing rates, and to reduce service members 
average out-of-pocket housing expense from the current 15 
percent to 11.3 percent in fiscal year 2002 and to eliminate 
the average out-of-pocket expense completely by fiscal year 
2005.
    Increased active component end strength.--The Navy is 
seeking to increase authorized active component end strength by 
3,358, and the Air Force is seeking to increase authorized 
active component end strength by 1,800 over fiscal year 2001 
authorized levels.

             excess permanent change of station (pcs) moves

    The Department of Defense requested more than 
$2,951,000,000 in the Active military personnel accounts for 
permanent change of station (PCS) moves. The request would fund 
more than 715,000 PCS moves, which would mean that, on average, 
a striking 52 percent of the force would move during the fiscal 
year.
    At the Committee's request, the General Accounting Office 
prepared a report that examined the impact of PCS moves on 
retention and overall satisfaction with military life. The GAO 
documented and quantified the very intuitive notion that too 
frequent PCS moves have a adverse impact on satisfaction with 
military life, and a negative impact on a service member's 
decision to stay in the military.
    GAO reported that a surprising 20 percent of survey 
respondents had, during their career, an average PCS tour 
length of less than 1 year, and that 49 percent had PCS tours 
of 2 years or less. GAO found that service members who move 
more frequently are less satisfied with their military careers, 
and also less likely to choose to stay in the military.
    The Committee believes that moving too frequently has 
become one of the principal causes of dissatisfaction with 
military life. While the Committee understands that moving is a 
fact of military service, it is the Committee's view that DOD 
has over time adopted personnel policies and practices that 
move service members and their families all too often, and far 
more than what is reasonable.
    The Committee is encouraged to hear senior DOD officials 
recognize the adverse impacts of moving service members too 
frequently. Of note, these officials have wisely observed that 
there is also an adverse operational impact of moving too 
often, and lengthening tours of duty would allow service 
members to become more proficient and experienced in their 
assignments.
    The Committee recommends a reduction of $317,000,000 across 
the Active military personnel accounts for excess PCS moves. 
Further, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
develop a comprehensive plan to reduce the quantity of PCS 
moves 30 percent by the end of fiscal year 2004, and to report 
to the congressional defense committees on that plan in 
conjunction with submission of the fiscal year 2003 budget 
request.

                  secondary education transition study

    The Committee is aware that military-connected students 
move from school system to school system about three times more 
often than other students do. The Committee applauds the 
Department of the Army for initiating a Secondary Education 
Transition Study (SETS) that thoughtfully examined the impact 
of high school transitions for military-connected students. 
This research effort has developed a set of recommendations to 
improve predictability for high school students as they 
transition through different school settings.
    The Committee commends local school system superintendents 
who have committed their school districts to work with local 
military installations to increase predictability for mobile 
students. This partnership is expressed in a Memorandum of 
Agreement (MOA) between various school systems, which is 
designed to facilitate the mutual development of reciprocal 
practices, and conduits for information between school systems 
about requirements. The Committee encourages other school 
systems to develop partnerships with their local military 
installation and join in the formal network provided by the 
Memorandum of Agreement process.

                  excess 15 year career status bonuses

    The Department of Defense requested over $537,500,000 for a 
recently authorized $30,000 career status bonus for those 
service members who, after 15 years of service, choose the 
``Redux'' retirement plan and reduced retirement benefits. 
Service budget materials failed to explain how the requested 
amounts were calculated, and did not contain any justification 
for the requested amounts. As the Department did not justify 
the amount requested, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
$53,750,000 to the separation pay lines across the Active 
military personnel accounts.

                     reserve component end strength

    The Committee recommends an increase to the requested 
Active Guard and Reserve full-time support end strength for 
both the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard. The 
Committee recommends an additional 298 positions and 
$10,000,000 for the Army Reserve, and an additional 724 
positions and $24,700,000 for the Army National Guard.
    The Committee recommends an increase to the requested dual 
status military technician end strength for both the Army 
Reserve and the Army National Guard. The Committee recommends 
an additional 250 positions for the Army Reserve, and an 
additional 487 positions and $13,200,000 in operation and 
maintenance funding for the Army National Guard.
    All of these recommended increases are consistent with the 
end strength levels reported in S. 1416, the National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2002.

         reserve component school training and special training

    The Committee recommends an additional $40,000,000 across 
the Reserve component personnel accounts for additional school 
training and special training to increase the readiness of 
Guard and Reserve units.

             reserve component incentive and bonus programs

    The Committee recommends a general provision that provides 
an additional $10,000,000 for incentive and bonus programs to 
address the most pressing recruitment and retention issues in 
the Reserve components.

                        Military Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $22,175,357,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  23,626,684,000
Committee recommendation................................  23,446,734,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$23,446,734,000. This is $179,950,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS:
      5 BASIC PAY.............................................       3,865,263        3,865,263   ..............
     10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................       1,171,175        1,171,175   ..............
     25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................         676,228          676,228   ..............
     30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         147,368          147,368   ..............
     35 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................          79,159           79,159   ..............
     40 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         205,842          205,842   ..............
     45 ALLOWANCES............................................          51,775           51,775   ..............
     50 SEPARATION PAY........................................         117,589          113,364           -4,225
     55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         293,508          293,508   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       6,607,907        6,603,682           -4,225

ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
     60 BASIC PAY.............................................       8,638,466        8,638,466   ..............
     65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................       2,617,455        2,617,455   ..............
     80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................       1,465,398        1,465,398   ..............
     85 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................          68,302           68,302   ..............
     90 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         425,723          425,723   ..............
     95 ALLOWANCES............................................         376,594          376,594   ..............
    100 SEPARATION PAY........................................         353,912          340,187          -13,725
    105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         653,092          653,092   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................      14,598,942       14,585,217          -13,725

ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS:
    110 ACADEMY CADETS........................................          46,889           46,889   ..............

ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
    115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         824,176          824,176   ..............
    120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND...................................         491,998          491,998   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4................................       1,316,174        1,316,174   ..............

ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL:
    125 ACCESSION TRAVEL......................................         166,279          166,279   ..............
    130 TRAINING TRAVEL.......................................          43,478           43,478   ..............
    135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL....................................         136,517          136,517   ..............
    140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL.....................................         552,859          552,859   ..............
    145 SEPARATION TRAVEL.....................................         138,145          138,145   ..............
    150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS.............................           1,706            1,706   ..............
    155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE.................................          28,365           28,365   ..............
    160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE.............................          20,573           20,573   ..............
    166 EXCESS PCS MOVES......................................  ...............        -110,000         -110,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5................................       1,087,922          977,922         -110,000

ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS:
    170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS....................             608              608   ..............
    175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS................             202              202   ..............
    180 DEATH GRATUITIES......................................           7,632            7,632   ..............
    185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.................................          81,940           81,940   ..............
    190 SURVIVOR BENEFITS.....................................           6,560            6,560   ..............
    195 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................          23,917           23,917   ..............
    200 ADOPTION EXPENSES.....................................             250              250   ..............
    205 SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES...           4,800            4,800   ..............
    210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY................................           2,040            2,040   ..............
    210 OTHER.................................................  ...............  ...............  ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6................................         127,949          127,949   ..............
    215 LESS REIMBURSABLES....................................        -159,099         -159,099   ..............
        REALIGNMENT TO RP, A..................................  ...............         -52,000          -52,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY.........................      23,626,684       23,446,734         -179,950
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     50 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................    -4,225
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
    100 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................   -13,725
Budget Activity 5: Permanent Change of Station Travel:
    166 Excess PCS moves......................................  -110,000
Undistributed:
     Realignment to Reserve Personnel, Army...................   -52,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  -179,950

    Realignment to Reserve Personnel, Army.--Army officials 
informed the Committee of a significant inactive duty training 
shortfall in the Reserve Personnel, Army appropriation. Army 
officials asked to realign resources from the Military 
Personnel, Army appropriation to cover this shortfall, and in 
doing so, accept marginally higher risk in the Active account. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends realigning $52,000,000 to 
Reserve Personnel, Army to fund the shortfall.

                        Military Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $17,772,297,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  19,606,984,000
Committee recommendation................................  19,465,964,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$19,465,964,000. This is $141,020,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS:
      5 BASIC PAY.............................................       2,775,735        2,775,735   ..............
     10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................         841,048          841,048   ..............
     25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................         666,155          666,155   ..............
     30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         105,829          105,829   ..............
     35 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................         177,748          177,748   ..............
     40 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         233,049          233,049   ..............
     45 ALLOWANCES............................................          57,085           57,085   ..............
     50 SEPARATION PAY........................................          67,735           65,035           -2,700
     55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         211,110          211,110   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       5,135,494        5,132,794           -2,700

ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
     60 BASIC PAY.............................................       7,054,710        7,054,710   ..............
     65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................       2,135,153        2,135,153   ..............
     80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................       1,841,733        1,841,733   ..............
     85 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................          89,291           89,291   ..............
     90 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         737,527          737,527   ..............
     95 ALLOWANCES............................................         385,571          385,571   ..............
    100 SEPARATION PAY........................................         229,464          216,144          -13,320
    105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         534,691          534,691   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................      13,008,140       12,994,820          -13,320

ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF MIDSHIPMEN:
    110 MIDSHIPMEN............................................          44,156           44,156   ..............

ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
    115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         560,071          560,071   ..............
    120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND...................................         334,900          334,900   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4................................         894,971          894,971   ..............

ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL:
    125 ACCESSION TRAVEL......................................          57,995           57,995   ..............
    130 TRAINING TRAVEL.......................................          54,827           54,827   ..............
    135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL....................................         168,177          168,177   ..............
    140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL.....................................         258,533          258,533   ..............
    145 SEPARATION TRAVEL.....................................         106,049          106,049   ..............
    150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS.............................          18,720           18,720   ..............
    155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE.................................          11,402           11,402   ..............
    160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE.............................           6,964            6,964   ..............
    165 OTHER.................................................           7,140            7,140   ..............
    166 EXCESS PCS MOVES......................................  ...............         -75,000          -75,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5................................         689,807          614,807          -75,000

ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS:
    170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS....................             812              812   ..............
    175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS................             206              206   ..............
    180 DEATH GRATUITIES......................................           1,314            1,314   ..............
    185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.................................          44,085           44,085   ..............
    190 SURVIVOR BENEFITS.....................................           2,366            2,366   ..............
    195 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................           7,866            7,866   ..............
    200 ADOPTION EXPENSES.....................................             232              232   ..............
    205 SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES...           5,946            5,946   ..............
    210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY................................           9,573            9,573   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6................................          72,400           72,400   ..............
    215 LESS REIMBURSABLES....................................        -237,984         -237,984   ..............
        RECALCULATION OF OBLIGATION REQUIREMENTS..............  ...............         -50,000          -50,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY.........................      19,606,984       19,465,964         -141,020
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     50 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................    -2,700
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
    100 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................   -13,320
Budget Activity 5: Permanent Change of Station Travel:
    166 Excess PCS moves......................................   -75,000
Undistributed:
     Recalculation of obligation requirements.................   -50,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  -141,020

    Recalculation of obligation requirements.--The Committee 
was informed of an error between recorded obligations and 
actual obligations in prior year Military Personnel, Navy 
appropriations. This error, caused by the Defense Finance and 
Accounting Service (DFAS), caused an overstatement of 
obligations and resulted in significant expired balances in 
prior year accounts. Also, this error caused fiscal year 2002 
obligation requirements to be overstated. Accordingly, the 
Committee reflects a reduction of $50,000,000 to reflect a 
recalculation of obligation requirements.

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $6,833,100,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   7,365,040,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,335,370,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$7,335,370,000. This is $29,670,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICER:
     5 BASIC PAY..............................................         903,682          903,682   ..............
     10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................         273,877          273,877   ..............
     25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................         176,837          176,837   ..............
     30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................          35,550           35,550   ..............
     35 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................          45,350           45,350   ..............
     40 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................           1,709            1,709   ..............
     45 ALLOWANCES............................................          22,542           22,542   ..............
     50 SEPARATION PAY........................................          18,606           17,936             -670
     55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................          68,428           68,428   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       1,546,581        1,545,911             -670

ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
     60 BASIC PAY.............................................       3,055,191        3,055,191   ..............
     65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................         923,625          923,625   ..............
     80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................         529,819          529,819   ..............
     85 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................           8,356            8,356   ..............
     90 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         113,910          113,910   ..............
     95 ALLOWANCES............................................         172,907          172,907   ..............
    100 SEPARATION PAY........................................          84,134           81,134           -3,000
    105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         233,186          233,186   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................       5,121,128        5,118,128           -3,000

ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
    115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         251,101          251,101   ..............
    120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND...................................         184,872          184,872   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4................................         435,973          435,973   ..............

ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL:
    125 ACCESSION TRAVEL......................................          32,434           32,434   ..............
    130 TRAINING TRAVEL.......................................           7,777            7,777   ..............
    135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL....................................          63,286           63,286   ..............
    140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL.....................................          97,884           97,884   ..............
    145 SEPARATION TRAVEL.....................................          45,310           45,310   ..............
    150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS.............................             599              599   ..............
    155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE.................................           3,029            3,029   ..............
    160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE.............................           6,056            6,056   ..............
    165 OTHER.................................................           1,181            1,181   ..............
    166 EXCESS PCS MOVES......................................  ...............         -26,000          -26,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5................................         257,556          231,556          -26,000

ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS:
    170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS....................             920              920   ..............
    175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS................              15               15   ..............
    180 DEATH GRATUITIES......................................             984              984   ..............
    185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.................................          24,738           24,738   ..............
    190 SURVIVOR BENEFITS.....................................           1,287            1,287   ..............
    195 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................           3,046            3,046   ..............
    200 ADOPTION EXPENSES.....................................              48               48   ..............
    205 SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES...           1,870            1,870   ..............
    210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY................................           2,611            2,611   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6................................          35,519           35,519   ..............
    215 LESS REIMBURSABLES....................................         -31,717          -31,717   ..............
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS.................       7,365,040        7,335,370          -29,670
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     50 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................      -670
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
    100 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................    -3,000
Budget Activity 5: Permanent Change of Station Travel:
    166 Excess PCS moves......................................   -26,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   -29,670

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $18,174,284,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  20,151,514,000
Committee recommendation................................  20,032,704,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$20,032,704,000. This is $118,810,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF OFFICERS:
      5 BASIC PAY.............................................       3,746,846        3,746,846   ..............
     10 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................       1,135,294        1,135,294   ..............
     25 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................         710,354          710,354   ..............
     30 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         138,009          138,009   ..............
     35 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................         295,823          295,823   ..............
     40 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         233,941          233,941   ..............
     45 ALLOWANCES............................................          52,559           52,559   ..............
     50 SEPARATION PAY........................................         106,401          102,851           -3,550
     55 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         284,345          284,345   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       6,703,572        6,700,022           -3,550

ACTIVITY 2: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
     60 BASIC PAY.............................................       6,753,308        6,753,308   ..............
     65 RETIRED PAY ACCRUAL...................................       2,046,252        2,046,252   ..............
     80 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR HOUSING...........................       1,405,298        1,405,298   ..............
     85 INCENTIVE PAYS........................................          33,817           33,817   ..............
     90 SPECIAL PAYS..........................................         460,273          460,273   ..............
     95 ALLOWANCES............................................         373,266          373,266   ..............
    100 SEPARATION PAY........................................         189,867          177,307          -12,560
    105 SOCIAL SECURITY TAX...................................         516,628          516,628   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................      11,778,709       11,766,149          -12,560

ACTIVITY 3: PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF CADETS:
    110 ACADEMY CADETS........................................          48,773           48,773   ..............

ACTIVITY 4: SUBSISTENCE OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL:
    115 BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR SUBSISTENCE.......................         695,708          695,708   ..............
    120 SUBSISTENCE-IN-KIND...................................         115,082          115,082   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4................................         810,790          810,790   ..............

ACTIVITY 5: PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION TRAVEL:
    125 ACCESSION TRAVEL......................................          65,630           65,630   ..............
    130 TRAINING TRAVEL.......................................          62,786           62,786   ..............
    135 OPERATIONAL TRAVEL....................................         160,876          160,876   ..............
    140 ROTATIONAL TRAVEL.....................................         475,714          475,714   ..............
    145 SEPARATION TRAVEL.....................................          98,628           98,628   ..............
    150 TRAVEL OF ORGANIZED UNITS.............................           6,370            6,370   ..............
    155 NON-TEMPORARY STORAGE.................................          21,575           21,575   ..............
    160 TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE.............................          37,831           37,831   ..............
    165 OTHER.................................................  ...............  ...............  ..............
    166 EXCESS PCS MOVES......................................  ...............        -106,000         -106,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 5................................         929,410          823,410         -106,000

ACTIVITY 6: OTHER MILITARY PERSONNEL COSTS:
    170 APPREHENSION OF MILITARY DESERTERS....................             100              100   ..............
    175 INTEREST ON UNIFORMED SERVICES SAVINGS................             595              595   ..............
    180 DEATH GRATUITIES......................................           1,506            1,506   ..............
    185 UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS.................................          33,272           33,272   ..............
    190 SURVIVOR BENEFITS.....................................           2,908            2,908   ..............
    195 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................           3,415            3,415   ..............
    200 ADOPTION EXPENSES.....................................             800              800   ..............
    205 SPECIAL COMPENSATION FOR SEVERELY DISABLED RETIREES...          15,000           15,000   ..............
    210 TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY................................          13,100           13,100   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 6................................          70,696           70,696   ..............
    215 LESS REIMBURSABLES....................................        -190,436         -190,436   ..............
        B-52 FORCE STRUCTURE..................................  ...............           3,300           +3,300
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE....................      20,151,514       20,032,704         -118,810
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Pay and Allowances of Officers:
     50 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................    -3,550
Budget Activity 2: Pay and Allowances of Enlisted Personnel:
    100 Excess separation pay (Redux CSB).....................   -12,560
Budget Activity 5: Permanent Change of Station Travel:
    166 Excess PCS moves......................................  -106,000
Undistributed:
     B-52 force structure.....................................    +3,300
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  -118,810

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,473,001,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,604,197,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,670,197,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,670,197,000. This is $66,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS and DRILLS 24/48).......       1,030,438        1,030,438   ..............
     20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY).......          33,055           33,055   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................         148,589          148,589   ..............
     40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)..............          12,113           12,113   ..............
     55 REALIGNMENT FROM MP, A................................  ...............          52,000          +52,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       1,224,195        1,276,195          +52,000

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
    60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING..................................          17,360           17,360   ..............
    70 SCHOOL TRAINING........................................          97,336          100,336           +3,000
    80 SPECIAL TRAINING.......................................          92,849           93,849           +1,000
    90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT.............................       1,012,695        1,022,695          +10,000
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................          35,596           35,596   ..............
    110 ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR..................................          79,199           79,199   ..............
    120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP.........................          28,902           28,902   ..............
    130 OTHER PROGRAMS........................................          16,065           16,065   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................       1,380,002        1,394,002          +14,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY...........................       2,604,197        2,670,197          +66,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:]
    55 Realignment from Military Personnel, Army..............   +52,000
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
    70 Duty MOS Qualification Training........................    +3,000
    80 Professional Development Training......................    +1,000
    90 Additional AGR endstrength.............................   +10,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   +66,000

                        Reserve Personnel, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,576,174,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,643,523,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,650,523,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,650,523,000. This is $7,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS and DRILLS 24/48).......         671,659          671,659   ..............
     20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACT DUTY)..........           3,687            3,687   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................           2,329            2,329   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................         677,675          677,675   ..............

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
     60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING.................................           3,747            3,747   ..............
     70 SCHOOL TRAINING.......................................           9,872           13,872           +4,000
     80 SPECIAL TRAINING......................................          44,035           47,035           +3,000
     90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT............................         846,211          846,211   ..............
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................           1,793            1,793   ..............
    110 ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR..................................          33,722           33,722   ..............
    120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP.........................          26,468           26,468   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL BUDGET ACTIVITY 2.................................         965,848          972,848           +7,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY..........................       1,643,523        1,650,523           +7,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:rs]
    70 Additional School Training.............................    +4,000
    80 Additional Special Training............................    +3,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................    +7,000

                    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $448,886,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     463,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     466,300,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $466,300,000. 
This is $3,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS and DRILLS 24/48).......         169,464          169,464   ..............
     20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY).......          15,336           15,336   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................          68,584           68,584   ..............
     40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)..............             146              146   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................         253,530          253,530   ..............

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
     60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING.................................           2,220            2,220   ..............
     70 SCHOOL TRAINING.......................................          10,322           11,322           +1,000
     80 SPECIAL TRAINING......................................          29,821           31,821           +2,000
     90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT............................         134,136          134,136   ..............
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................          14,793           14,793   ..............
    110 ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR..................................          18,478           18,478   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................         209,770          212,770           +3,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS..................         463,300          466,300           +3,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:rs]
    70 Additional School Training.............................    +1,000
    80 Additional Special Training............................    +2,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    +3,000

                      Reserve Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $971,024,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,055,160,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,061,160,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,061,160,000. This is $6,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS and DRILLS 24/48).......         503,409          503,409   ..............
     20 PAY GROUP B TRAINING (BACKFILL FOR ACTIVE DUTY).......          94,910           94,910   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................          14,405           14,405   ..............
     50 OTHER.................................................              80               80   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................         612,804          612,804   ..............

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
     60 MOBILIZATION TRAINING.................................           1,800            1,800   ..............
     70 SCHOOL TRAINING.......................................          68,893           72,893           +4,000
     80 SPECIAL TRAINING......................................         159,365          161,365           +2,000
     90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT............................         128,884          128,884   ..............
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................           5,706            5,706   ..............
    110 ROTC--SENIOR, JUNIOR..................................          52,299           52,299   ..............
    120 HEALTH PROFESSION SCHOLARSHIP.........................          25,409           25,409   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................         442,356          448,356           +6,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE.....................       1,055,160        1,061,160           +6,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:rs]
    70 Additional School Training.............................    +4,000
    80 Additional Special Training............................    +2,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................    +6,000

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $3,782,536,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   4,014,135,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,052,695,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,052,695,000. This is $38,560,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS and DRILLS 24/48).......       1,736,084        1,736,084   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................         231,028          231,028   ..............
     40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)..............          22,493           22,493   ..............
     51 REALIGNMENT TO BA 2...................................  ...............         -50,000          -50,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................       1,989,605        1,939,605          -50,000

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
     70 SCHOOL TRAINING.......................................         189,410          202,410          +13,000
     80 SPECIAL TRAINING......................................          67,352           67,352   ..............
     90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT............................       1,709,542        1,734,242          +24,700
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................          58,226           58,226   ..............
    131 REALIGNMENT FROM BA 1.................................  ...............          50,000          +50,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................       2,024,530        2,112,230          +87,700
EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE AND PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM.............  ...............             860             +860
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY...................       4,014,135        4,052,695          +38,560
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Unit and Individual Training:]
     51 Realignment to BA 2...................................   -50,000
Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:
     70 Duty MOS Qualification Training.......................   +10,000
     80 Professional Development Training.....................    +3,000
     90 Additional AGR endstrength............................   +24,700
    131 Realignment from BA 1.................................   +50,000
Undistributed:
     Emergency Spill Response and Preparedness Program........      +860
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   +38,560

    Realignment between budget activities.--Army National Guard 
officials informed the Committee of a significant shortfall for 
school training and bonuses funded in budget activity two, and 
asked that resources be realigned from budget activity one. As 
the realignment will improve duty MOS qualification goals and 
improve readiness, the Committee recommends realigning 
$50,000,000 from budget activity two to budget activity one. 
The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to evaluate 
funding school training in budget activity one starting with 
the fiscal year 2003 budget request.
    Emergency Spill Response and Preparedness Program.--The 
Committee recommends $860,000 for the Alaska Army National 
Guard Emergency Spill Response and Preparedness Program.

                  National Guard Personnel, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,641,081,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,776,744,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,783,744,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,783,744,000. This is $7,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ACTIVITY 1: UNIT AND INDIVIDUAL TRAINING:
     10 PAY GROUP A TRAINING (15 DAYS AND DRILLS 24/48).......         723,053          723,053   ..............
     30 PAY GROUP F TRAINING (RECRUITS).......................          39,284           39,284   ..............
     40 PAY GROUP P TRAINING (PIPELINE RECRUITS)..............           1,070            1,070   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1................................         763,407          763,407   ..............

ACTIVITY 2: OTHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT:
     70 SCHOOL TRAINING.......................................         122,069          129,069           +7,000
     80 SPECIAL TRAINING......................................          86,171           86,171   ..............
     90 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT............................         790,097          790,097   ..............
    100 EDUCATION BENEFITS....................................          15,000           15,000   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2................................       1,013,337        1,020,337           +7,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE..............       1,776,744        1,783,744           +7,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 2: Other Training and Support:rs]
    70 Additional School Training.............................    +7,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................    +7,000

                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to prepare for and conduct combat operations and other 
peace time missions. These funds are used to purchase fuel and 
spare parts for training operations, pay supporting civilian 
personnel, and purchase supplies, equipment, and service 
contracts for the repair of weapons and facilities.
    The President's fiscal year 2002 budget requests a total of 
$106,788,645,000 for operation and maintenance appropriations.

                      summary of committee action

    The Committee recommends operation and maintenance 
appropriations totaling $106,449,689,000 for fiscal year 2002. 
This is $338,956,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended operation and maintenance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2002 are summarized below:

                               SUMMARY OF OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operation and Maintenance:
    Army......................................................      21,191,680       22,941,588       +1,749,908
    Navy......................................................      26,961,382       27,038,067          +76,685
    Marine Corps..............................................       2,892,314        2,903,863          +11,549
    Air Force.................................................      26,146,770       26,303,436         +156,666
    Defense-Wide..............................................      12,518,631       12,864,644         +346,013
    Army Reserve..............................................       1,787,246        1,771,246          -16,000
    Navy Reserve..............................................       1,003,690        1,003,690   ..............
    Marine Corps Reserve......................................         144,023          144,023   ..............
    Air Force Reserve.........................................       2,029,866        2,023,866           -6,000
    Army National Guard.......................................       3,677,359        3,743,808          +66,449
    Air National Guard........................................       3,867,361        3,998,361         +131,000
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.................       2,844,226                0       -2,844,226
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces....................           9,096            9,096   ..............
Environmental Restoration:
    Army......................................................         389,800          389,800   ..............
    Navy......................................................         257,517          257,517   ..............
    Air Force.................................................         385,437          385,437   ..............
    Defense-Wide..............................................          23,492           23,492   ..............
    Formerly Used Defense Sites...............................         190,255          230,255          +40,000
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster and Civic Aid.................          49,700           44,700           -5,000
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction..........................         403,000          357,000          -46,000
Support for International Sporting Competitions, Defense......          15,800           15,800   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total...................................................     106,788,645      106,449,689         -338,956
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   Operation and Maintenance Overview

          defense information systems agency two tier pricing

    During fiscal year 2000 the Department of Defense initiated 
the use of a two tiered billing structure to charge the 
military services for telecommunications costs. Under Tier Two, 
the military services are charged a rate for information 
services similar to commercial information services. Under Tier 
One, overhead costs of the network are funded by transferring 
military service operation and maintenance funding based on the 
service component's total obligational authority, exclusive of 
use.
    The intent of this rate construct was to encourage use of 
the network, and to preclude an increase in total costs of the 
system, but it has not. The use of contract and communications 
services outside of the DISA are increasing rather than 
decreasing. Moreover, the costs of DISA are now buried within 
service budget requests. Furthermore, Defense officials have 
used DISA funding to enter into a satellite communications 
contract costing the government millions of dollars, without 
consulting with Congress. Finally, by assigning Tier One 
charges based on service budget authority, this funding 
mechanism serves to punish whichever service has most 
efficiently crafted their operation and maintenance budget.
    Therefore, the Committee directs the Department to budget 
system overhead costs (or Tier One funding) within the DISA 
operation and maintenance budget beginning in fiscal year 2003. 
For fiscal year 2002, the Committee recommends a transfer of 
Tier One costs of $170,000,000 from within the service and 
agency requests to DISA, and a decrease of $24,700,000 for 
overhead growth. The Committee expects these changes will 
improve DISA accountability and oversight in coming years.

                    biometrics information assurance

    The Committee recommends additional funding for the 
biometrics information assurance program in the amounts of 
$15,000,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Army, of which up to 
$2,000,000 may be provided to both the Departments of the Navy 
and Air Force; $9,000,000 for Other Procurement, Army, of which 
up to $1,000,000 may be provided to both the Departments of the 
Navy and Air Force; and $6,000,000 for Research and 
Development, Army, of which up to $500,000 may be provided to 
both the Departments of the Navy and Air Force. These funds are 
provided to support the efforts of the Army as Executive Agent 
to lead, consolidate, and coordinate all biometrics information 
assurance programs and to execute technology demonstrations for 
both physical and logical access for the Department of Defense 
(DOD), pursuant to the June 12, 2000, Army report on the 
Biometrics Project (``Report'') prepared at the request of the 
Committees on Appropriations. The Committee directs the 
continued implementation of the plan defined in the Report.
    The Committee provides these funds consistent with the 
Quadrennial Defense Review Report, September 30, 2001, which 
lists biometrics as one of five priority ``emerging 
technologies'' of which the Department ``will vigorously pursue 
the development and exploitation''.
    The Committee specifically encourages the Department to 
expedite establishing a Biometrics Template Repository and to 
conduct a requirements analysis to determine the need for a 
centralized biometric repository, in a permanent Biometrics 
Fusion Center as recommended in the Report. Such a repository 
will be necessary for identity assurance efforts at military 
and key civilian facilities, such as airports.

                            travel increases

    After accounting for inflation, the budget request 
contained a program increase for travel of $300,000,000. The 
Department of Defense was provided ample opportunity to justify 
the need for this increase, and could not. The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $170,000,000.

                       base remediation and reuse

    The Committee understands that concerns about future 
liability have been a significant impediment to the remediation 
and reuse of military installations closed through the BRAC 
process. There are reports that private insurance products have 
been an effective tool for addressing the liability concerns of 
local governments, contractors and developers of BRAC 
installations. The Committee has been informed that where 
private insurance productions have been utilized, remediation 
and reuse have been significantly accelerated, ultimately 
saving the Federal Government millions of dollars. To the 
extent that these reports are accurate, the Committee believes 
the Military Services should encourage private recipients of 
base closure property to use private insurance products to 
facilitate the remediation and reuse of BRAC installations.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $19,144,431,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  21,191,680,000
Committee recommendation................................  22,941,588,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$22,941,588,000. This is $1,749,908,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    LAND FORCES:
         10 DIVISIONS........................................       1,171,981        1,171,981   ...............
         20 CORPS COMBAT FORCES..............................         341,802          341,802   ...............
         30 CORPS SUPPORT FORCES.............................         315,109          313,609           -1,500
         40 ECHELON ABOVE CORPS SUPPORT FORCES...............         476,280          476,280   ...............
         50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT...................         997,837          997,837   ...............
    LAND FORCES READINESS:
         60 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT...............       1,132,933        1,142,933          +10,000
         70 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS....................         467,197          467,197   ...............
         80 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE....................         810,561          810,561   ...............
    LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT:
         90 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT..........................       2,799,321        2,790,321           -9,000
        100 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                 1,178,502        1,158,502          -20,000
         MODERNIZATION (O....................................
        110 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS..........         234,907          248,607          +13,700
        120 UNIFIED COMMANDS.................................          77,907           82,907           +5,000
        130 MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES.........................         264,215          264,215   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................      10,268,552       10,266,752           -1,800
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION MOBILITY OPERATIONS:
        140 STRATEGIC MOBILIZATION...........................         385,289          390,289           +5,000
        150 ARMY PREPOSITIONED STOCKS........................         133,675          133,675   ...............
        160 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS..........................          46,442           71,442          +25,000
        170 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    16,478           14,478           -2,000
         MODERNIZATION (M....................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2.........................         581,884          609,884          +28,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        180 OFFICER ACQUISITION..............................          79,842           79,842   ...............
        190 RECRUIT TRAINING.................................          17,265           17,265   ...............
        200 ONE STATION UNIT TRAINING........................          20,485           20,485   ...............
        210 SENIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS..........         183,376          184,626           +1,250
        220 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (ACCESSION TRAIN-  ING)..          80,840           80,840   ...............
        230 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    57,432           57,432   ...............
         MODERNIZATION (A....................................
    BASIC SKILL/ADVANCE TRAINING:
        240 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING.......................         261,446          259,446           -2,000
        250 FLIGHT TRAINING..................................         403,105          403,105   ...............
        260 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...............         114,373          114,373   ...............
        270 TRAINING SUPPORT.................................         485,815          488,815           +3,000
        280 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (BASIC SKILL/ADVANCED             898,129          898,129   ...............
         TRAINING............................................
        290 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   401,885          405,385           +3,500
         MODERNIZATION (B....................................
    RECRUITING/OTHER TRAINING:
        300 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING.......................         442,612          442,612   ...............
        310 EXAMINING........................................          78,260           78,260   ...............
        320 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.................         142,515          142,515   ...............
        330 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING..................          82,563           82,563   ...............
        340 JUNIOR RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS..........          88,873           88,873   ...............
        350 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (RECRUIT/OTHER TRAINING).         259,491          259,491   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3.........................       4,098,307        4,104,057           +5,750
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES SECURITY
 PROGRAMS:
        360 SECURITY PROGRAMS................................         479,506          479,506   ...............
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:
        370 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION.......................         517,218          517,218   ...............
        380 CENTRAL SUPPLY ACTIVITIES........................         454,682          449,682           -5,000
        390 LOGISTICS SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.....................         570,911          570,911   ...............
        400 AMMUNITION MANAGEMENT............................         357,033          357,033   ...............
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        410 ADMINISTRATION...................................         536,030          551,030          +15,000
        420 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS.......................         532,013          532,013   ...............
        430 MANPOWER MANAGEMENT..............................         160,159          160,159   ...............
        440 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..........................         175,429          175,429   ...............
        450 OTHER SERVICE SUPPORT............................         615,653          620,653           +5,000
        460 ARMY CLAIMS......................................         112,947          112,947   ...............
        470 REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT...........................          51,431           51,431   ...............
        480 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT (SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT)....       1,167,160        1,167,160   ...............
        490 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   277,609          280,959           +3,350
         MODERNIZATION (S....................................
SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:
        500 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY HEADQUARTERS..............         180,812          180,812   ...............
        510 MISC. SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS...................          54,344           54,344   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................       6,242,937        6,261,287          +18,350

CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............          40,400          +40,400
WMD-COUNTER-TERRORISM TRAINING/TESTING MEMORIAL TUN-  NEL....  ...............          19,300          +19,300
FIRES PROGRAM DATA CAPTURE...................................  ...............           8,000           +8,000
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL SAVINGS...................................  ...............         -24,500          -24,500
DISA TIER ONE RATE...........................................  ...............         -43,700          -43,700
BALKANS OPERATIONS...........................................  ...............       1,778,248       +1,778,248
OVERSTATED CIVILIAN BUYOUT COSTS.............................  ...............         -40,640          -40,640
SRM TRANSFER TO NATIONAL GUARD...............................  ...............         -25,000          -25,000
DEFENSE JOINT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM..............................  ...............         -12,500          -12,500
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY.................      21,191,680       22,941,588       +1,749,908
          TRANSFER...........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (21,191,680)     (22,941,588)     (+1,749,908)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:
     30 Corps Support Forces--Finance and Personnel.....          -1,500
     60 Skid steer loaders..............................         +10,000
     90 BOS--Efficient Basing South Costs...............          -7,000
     90 BOS--transition studies.........................          -2,000
    100 USAREUR SRM.....................................         -20,000
    110 USARPAC Transformation planning.................         +10,000
    110 USARPAC Command, Control and Communications 
      upgrades..........................................          +3,700
    120 Unified Commands--Hunter UAV....................          +5,000
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    140 Field pack-up systems...........................          +5,000
    160 Unutilized plant capacity.......................         +25,000
    170 SRM--mobilization enhancements, pre-QDR.........          -2,000
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    210 SROTC--Air Battle Captain.......................          +1,250
    240 Joint Assessment Neurological Examination 
      Equipment.........................................          +3,000
    240 Training support-other contracts................          -5,000
    270 Ft. Knox Distance Learning program..............          +3,000
    290 Ft. Knox MOUT site upgrades.....................          +3,500
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide 
    activities:
    380 Central Supply Activites........................          -5,000
    410 Administration-Biometrics support...............         +15,000
    450 Army conservation and ecosystem management......          +5,000
    490 Fort Richardson, Camp Denali Water Systems......            +600
    490 Rock Island Bridge Repairs......................          +2,750
Undistributed:
     Classified.........................................         +40,400
     Memorial Tunnel, Consequence management............         +19,300
     FIRES Program data capture.........................          +8,000
     Civpers savings....................................         -24,500
     DISA Tier One rate.................................         -43,700
     Balkans operations.................................      +1,778,248
     Overstated civilian buyout costs...................         -40,640
     Army National Guard SRM reallocation...............         -25,000
     Defense Joint Accounting System....................         -12,500
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
       Total adjustments................................      +1,749,908

    Real Property Maintenance.--During fiscal year 2001, the 
Army increased the funding for facilities Sustainment, 
Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) to meet 94 percent of 
identified requirements, shifting funds appropriated for other 
purposes, such as base operations support, to SRM. The Army 
then claimed a shortfall in base operations support and sought 
supplemental funding from the Congress. The budget request 
seeks an increase in SRM funding of over $500,000,000 above the 
levels appropriated in fiscal year 2001. As in past years, to 
protect the training subactivity groups associated with 
operational readiness, the Committee supports the Army's SRM 
and base operations plan. This increased level of funding 
should serve to mitigate any need to realign funds during the 
first quarter of fiscal year 2002. The Committee directs that 
SRM funds recommended in this bill shall provide the following 
program baseline in fiscal year 2002. Any adjustments directed 
in the bill shall be applied to this baseline:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

                                                               Committee
        Command                                           recommendation

AMC.....................................................         151,000
ATEC....................................................          73,000
COE.....................................................           5,000
EUSA....................................................         138,000
FORSCOM.................................................         417,000
MDW.....................................................          60,000
MEDCOM..................................................          46,000
MTMC....................................................          25,000
OSA.....................................................          14,000
TRADOC..................................................         392,000
USAREUR.................................................         306,000
USARPAC.................................................         208,000
USARSO..................................................          12,000
USMA....................................................          59,906
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................       1,906,906

    Quadrennial Defense Review.--The Department's Quadrennial 
Defense Review (QDR) outlines a reorientation of the U.S. 
global military posture. According to the QDR, this new posture 
will compel: a redistribution of forces and equipment; a new 
basing system beyond Western Europe and Northeast Asia; and, an 
acceleration in the fielding of Interim Brigade Combat Teams 
(IBCT), specifically to Europe. Given the dramatic changes 
alluded to in the QDR, some of the elements of the request 
cannot be supported absent specific force structure and 
stationing decisions. For example, several Sustainment, 
Restoration, and Modernization programs in Europe and the 
United States may be obviated by the redistribution of forces 
and equipment. For example, the decision to increase force 
presence in Italy may be inconsistent with fielding an IBCT. 
Mobilization improvements at some U.S. bases may be unnecessary 
based on QDR decisions. Where improvement and planning can be 
expedited, the Committee recommends increased funding, as in 
the fielding of IBCTs in the Pacific.
    Finance and personnel, maintenance of equipment.--The 
budget request sought an increase of $2,357,000 for Corps 
Support Forces, Finance and Personnel maintenance of field 
equipment. The Committee recommends a decrease of $1,500,000. 
The justification materials failed to explain the increased 
cost of equipment for these support units.
    Transition studies and civilian buyout costs.--The Army is 
currently studying whether to replace civilian positions with 
contract employees, which may result in reductions in 
personnel. The justification materials fail to explain the 
scale of the studies, or the number of positions concerned. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a decrease of $2,000,000 
for transition studies and $40,640,000 for civilian buyout 
costs. Costs for transition should be reported to the Committee 
once they are available.
    Air Battle Captain.--The Committee recommends $1,250,000 
for the Air Battle Captain helicopter flight training program.
    Central supply activities.--Funds were requested for 
documentation and manuals for recapitalized equipment, although 
the types and quantities of that equipment have yet to be 
identified. Therefore, the Committee recommends a decrease of 
$5,000,000 to the request.
    Army Conservation and Ecosystem Management.--The Committee 
provides an increase of $5,000,000 for the protection of 
environmentally sensitive areas. Of these funds, $500,000 shall 
be used only for the establishment of a monitoring program for 
four groundwater test wells. These tests will provide 
information in groundwater movement and transport of 
contaminants. Additionally, $500,000 shall be available for the 
clearing and surveying of unexploded ordnance.
    Army Environmental Policy Institute.--The Committee directs 
the Army to review the current status of the Army Environmental 
Policy Institute. This review shall include: an evaluation of 
the Institute's performance; the relevance of its mission and 
charter; annual operating costs; and, the merits of sustaining 
such an Institute, particularly in its current or alternative 
locations.
    Montpelier Reserve Center.--The Committee directs the 
Department of the Army to complete cleanup of the former Army 
Reserve Center in Montpelier, Vermont including a septic tank 
found after the original transfer of the building to civilian 
authorities.
    Combating Aggressive Driving Campaign.--The Committee 
commends Forces Command for efforts to reduce losses due to 
vehicle accidents. The Committee is concerned with the number 
of automobile deaths and injuries to Department of Defense 
personnel. Of the funds available to the Army, $1,250,000 shall 
be available to continue the Forces Command campaign.
    Unutilized Plant Capacity.--The Committee is disappointed 
that the Army did not fully budget for Unutilized Plant 
Capacity, also known as Industrial Mobilization Capacity. The 
Committee, therefore, recommends an additional $25,000,000 for 
Unutilized Plant Capacity for Rock Island (IL) and Watervliet 
(NY) Arsenals. All fiscal year 2002 Unutilized Plant Capacity/
Industrial Mobilization Capacity funding shall be used only for 
this purpose.
    Deployment of information systems.--Of the funds made 
available for Operation and Maintenance, Army, $500,000 shall 
be available for the Director of Information Systems for 
Command, Control, Communications and Computers to expand the 
deployment of the enterprise-wide, Internet-based e-learning 
system to meet the demands of homeland defense and security 
training.
    Recruiting study.--Of the funds made available for 
Recruiting and Advertising, $3,000,000 shall be used for a 
joint research project to be conducted by the U.S. Army 
Recruiting Command and the University of Louisville.
    Joliet Arsenal.--The Committee is concerned about the pace 
of remediation at the former Joliet Arsenal (IL) and directs 
the Army to undertake an accelerated environmental cleanup 
schedule.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $23,419,360,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  26,961,382,000
Committee recommendation................................  27,038,067,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$27,038,067,000. This is $76,685,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
         10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS..............       3,206,849        3,206,849   ...............
         20 FLEET AIR TRAINING...............................         950,969          950,969   ...............
         30 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE.........................          62,487           62,487   ...............
         40 AIR OPERATIONS AND SAFETY SUPPORT................         103,355          103,355   ...............
         50 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE.......................         854,298          856,298           +2,000
         60 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT................          54,194           54,194   ...............
    SHIP OPERATIONS:
         70 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS................       2,315,172        2,315,172   ...............
         80 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING............         545,279          545,279   ...............
         90 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE.........................         387,282          387,282   ...............
        100 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE...........................       2,917,829        2,917,829   ...............
        110 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT....................       1,330,524        1,349,524          +19,000
    COMBAT OPERATIONS/SUPPORT:
        120 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS............................         384,534          384,534   ...............
        130 ELECTRONIC WARFARE...............................          15,466           15,466   ...............
        140 SPACE SYSTEMS AND SURVEILLANCE...................         182,165          182,165   ...............
        150 WARFARE TACTICS..................................         163,864          187,864          +24,000
        160 OPERATIONAL METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY.........         258,051          264,551           +6,500
        170 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES............................         618,874          623,874           +5,000
        180 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE............................         173,381          173,381   ...............
        190 DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT.........................           1,737            1,737   ...............
    WEAPONS SUPPORT:
        200 CRUISE MISSILE...................................         124,342          124,342   ...............
        210 FLEET BALLISTIC MISSILE..........................         812,743          812,743   ...............
        220 IN-SERVICE WEAPONS SYSTEMS SUPPORT...............          47,762           47,762   ...............
        230 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE..............................         396,836          416,836          +20,000
    WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPORT:
        240 NWCF SUPPORT.....................................           1,421            1,421   ...............
    BASE SUPPORT:
        250 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                 1,019,891        1,025,691           +5,800
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
        260 BASE SUPPORT.....................................       2,572,092        2,572,092   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................      19,501,397       19,583,697          +82,300
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
    READY RESERVE AND PREPOSITIONING FORCES:
        270 SHIP PREPOSITIONING AND SURGE....................         506,394          506,394   ...............
    ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS:
        280 AIRCRAFT ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS...............           5,506            5,506   ...............
        290 SHIP ACTIVATIONS/INACTIVATIONS...................         261,649          249,649          -12,000
    MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS:
        300 FLEET HOSPITAL PROGRAM...........................          23,803           23,803   ...............
        310 INDUSTRIAL READINESS.............................           1,177            1,177   ...............
        320 COAST GUARD SUPPORT..............................          17,490           17,490   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2...........................         816,019          804,019          -12,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        330 OFFICER ACQUISITION..............................          96,581           96,581   ...............
        340 RECRUIT TRAINING.................................           6,724            6,724   ...............
        350 RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)...........          79,526           79,526   ...............
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        360 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING.......................         306,012          306,012   ...............
        370 FLIGHT TRAINING..................................         367,343          367,343   ...............
        380 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...............         111,404          111,404   ...............
        390 TRAINING SUPPORT.................................         192,931          192,931   ...............
    RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:
        400 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING.......................         238,727          238,727   ...............
        410 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.................          97,957           97,957   ...............
        420 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING..................          59,745           59,745   ...............
        430 JUNIOR ROTC......................................          32,519           34,519           +2,000
        440 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   195,939          195,939   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
        450 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         365,425          365,425   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...........................       2,150,833        2,152,833           +2,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        460 ADMINISTRATION...................................         692,748          695,748           +3,000
        470 EXTERNAL RELATIONS...............................           4,131            4,131   ...............
        480 CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MGT..............         111,789          111,789   ...............
        490 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MGT..............          94,896           94,896   ...............
        500 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..........................         195,729          194,729           -1,000
        510 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS.......................         603,354          603,354   ...............
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
        530 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION.......................         185,483          185,483   ...............
        550 PLANNING, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN.................         343,754          343,754   ...............
        560 ACQUISITION AND PROGRAM MANAGEMENT...............         723,156          723,156   ...............
        570 AIR SYSTEMS SUPPORT..............................         400,955          399,955           -1,000
        580 HULL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT..........          52,908           52,908   ...............
        590 COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEMS...........................          40,850           40,850   ...............
        600 SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEMS.............          54,639           54,639   ...............
    SECURITY PROGRAMS:
        610 SECURITY PROGRAMS................................         673,912          673,912   ...............
    SUPPORT OF OTHER NATIONS:
        620 INTERNATIONAL HDQTRS AND AGENCIES................           9,994            9,994   ...............
        630 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   102,588          102,588   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
        640 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         202,247          202,247   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................       4,493,133        4,494,133           +1,000
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............          10,000          +10,000
DISA TIER ONE RATE...........................................  ...............         -52,400          -52,400
BALKANS OPERATIONS...........................................  ...............          52,785          +52,785
DEFENSE JOINT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM..............................  ...............          -7,000           -7,000
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY.................      26,961,382       27,038,067          +76,685
          TRANSFER...........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (26,961,382)     (27,038,067)        (+76,685)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     50 F-404-402 Spare Modules...............................    +2,000
    110 Shipyard Apprentice Program...........................    +4,000
    110 PHNSY SRM.............................................   +15,000
    150 Warfare Tactics PMRF..................................   +24,000
    160 Hydrographic Center of Excellence.....................    +3,500
    160 UNOLS.................................................    +3,000
    170 Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
      Humanitarian Assistance.................................    +5,000
    220 MK-45 Overhaul........................................    +8,000
    220 CIWS overhaul.........................................   +10,000
    220 NULKA Ship Self-Defense Missile.......................    +2,000
    250 NAS Meridian Airfield Lighting........................    +5,800
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    290 Submarine conversion..................................   -17,000
    290 Ship Disposal project.................................    +5,000
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    430 Naval Sea Cadet Corps.................................    +2,000
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    460 Biometrics support....................................    +3,000
    500 Other Personnel Support--Center for Career 
      Development--program growth.............................    -1,000
    570 Air Sytems Support--Unjustified program growth........    -5,000
    570 Configuration Management Information System...........    +4,000
Undistributed:
     Classified...............................................   +10,000
     DISA Tier One rate.......................................   -52,400
     Balkans operations.......................................   +52,785
     Defense Joint Accounting System..........................    -7,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   +76,685

    Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
Humanitarian Assistance.--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 
for the Center of Excellence for Disaster Management and 
Humanitarian Assistance (COE), of which $960,000 shall go 
toward initiatives involving the Casualty Care Research Center 
near an institution of higher learning in close proximity to 
the COE.
    Phalanx CIWS Overhauls.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $10,000,000 above the request only for the Phalanx 
overhaul program and implementation of the Phalanx Life Cycle 
Support program.
    Surplus Helicopters.--The Committee understands that NASA 
and the Department of the Navy are engaged in discussions 
regarding the no-cost transfer from the Navy to NASA of as many 
as 4 surplus UH-1N helicopters to replace existing aging 
helicopters at the NASA Kennedy Space Center and to permit one 
helicopter to be dedicated full-time for security. The 
Committee strongly supports the transfer of these helicopters 
to NASA and encourages the Navy to conclude a transfer 
agreement as soon as possible.

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,778,758,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,892,314,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,903,863,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,903,863,000. This is $11,549,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    EXPEDITIONARY FORCES:
         10 OPERATIONAL FORCES...............................         459,739          464,739           +5,000
         20 FIELD LOGISTICS..................................         257,952          257,952   ...............
         30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE................................         107,849          107,849   ...............
         40 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         842,631          842,631   ...............
         50 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   363,528          363,528   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    USMC PREPOSITIONING:
         60 MARITIME PREPOSITIONING..........................          83,506           83,506   ...............
         70 NORWAY PREPOSITIONING............................           5,169            5,169   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...........................       2,120,374        2,125,374           +5,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
         80 RECRUIT TRAINING.................................          11,053           11,053   ...............
         90 OFFICER ACQUISITION..............................             317              317   ...............
        100 BASE SUPPORT.....................................          62,055           62,055   ...............
        110 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    22,285           22,285   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        120 SPECIALIZED SKILLS TRAINING......................          32,280           32,280   ...............
        130 FLIGHT TRAINING..................................             170              170   ...............
        140 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...............           8,553            8,553   ...............
        150 TRAINING SUPPORT.................................          95,066           95,066   ...............
        160 BASE SUPPORT.....................................          65,140           65,140   ...............
        170 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    28,078           28,078   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    RECRUITING AND OTHER TRAINING EDUCATION:
        180 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING.......................         109,012          109,012   ...............
        190 OFF-DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.................          21,994           21,994   ...............
        200 JUNIOR ROTC......................................          12,808           12,808   ...............
        210 BASE SUPPORT.....................................          12,209           12,209   ...............
        220 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                     2,644            2,644   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3.........................         483,664          483,664   ...............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT:
        230 SPECIAL SUPPORT..................................         209,125          209,125   ...............
        240 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION.......................          31,118           31,118   ...............
        250 ADMINISTRATION...................................          29,895           29,895   ...............
        260 BASE SUPPORT.....................................          16,335           16,335   ...............
        270 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                     1,803            1,803   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4.........................         288,276          288,276   ...............
BALKANS OPERATIONS...........................................  ...............           6,549           +6,549
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS.........       2,892,314        2,903,863          +11,549
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    10 Joint Service NBC Defense Equipment Surveillance.......    +4,000
    10 ULCANS.................................................    +1,000
Undistributed:
     Balkans operations.......................................    +6,549
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   +11,549

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $22,383,521,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  26,146,770,000
Committee recommendation................................  26,303,436,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$26,303,436,000. This is $156,666,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
         10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES............................       3,247,230        3,284,630          +37,400
         20 PRIMARY COMBAT WEAPONS...........................         325,948          325,948   ...............
         30 COMBAT ENHANCEMENT FORCES........................         234,838          234,838   ...............
         40 AIR OPERATIONS TRAINING..........................       1,227,042        1,234,542           +7,500
         50 DEPOT MAINTENANCE................................       1,361,089        1,361,089   ...............
         60 COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS............................       1,356,865        1,356,865   ...............
         70 BASE SUPPORT.....................................       2,212,409        2,222,409          +10,000
         80 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   835,329          845,829          +10,500
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    COMBAT RELATED OPERATIONS:
         90 GLOBAL C3I AND EARLY WARNING.....................         843,775          843,775   ...............
        100 NAVIGATION/WEATHER SUPPORT.......................         170,965          174,965           +4,000
        110 OTHER COMBAT OPS SUPPORT PROGRAMS................         404,665          404,665   ...............
        120 JCS EXERCISES....................................          37,839           37,839   ...............
        130 MANAGEMENT/OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS..............         174,580          170,580           -4,000
        140 TACTICAL INTEL AND OTHER SPECIAL ACTIVITIES......         228,775          228,775   ...............
    SPACE OPERATIONS:
        150 LAUNCH FACILITIES................................         258,792          258,792   ...............
        160 LAUNCH VEHICLES..................................         147,510          147,510   ...............
        170 SPACE CONTROL SYSTEMS............................         251,738          248,738           -3,000
        180 SATELLITE SYSTEMS................................          53,780           52,780           -1,000
        190 OTHER SPACE OPERATIONS...........................         146,175          142,175           -4,000
        200 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         425,643          425,643   ...............
        210 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   131,643          131,643   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1.........................      14,076,630       14,134,030          +57,400
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
    MOBILITY OPERATIONS:
        220 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS...............................       2,056,383        2,056,383   ...............
        230 AIRLIFT OPERATIONS C3I...........................          37,706           37,706   ...............
        240 MOBILIZATION PREPAREDNESS........................         169,421          169,421   ...............
        250 DEPOT MAINTENANCE................................         296,014          296,014   ...............
        260 PAYMENTS TO TRANSPORTATION BUSINESS AREA.........         473,243          473,243   ...............
        270 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         487,654          487,654   ...............
        280 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    97,627           99,627           +2,000
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 2.........................       3,618,048        3,620,048           +2,000

BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
    ACCESSION TRAINING:
        290 OFFICER ACQUISITION..............................          66,566           66,566   ...............
        300 RECRUIT TRAINING.................................           5,943            5,943   ...............
        310 RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CORPS (ROTC)............          64,289           64,289   ...............
        320 BASE SUPPORT (ACADEMIES ONLY)....................          70,412           70,412   ...............
        330 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    60,434           60,434   ...............
         MODERNIZATION (A....................................
    BASIC SKILLS AND ADVANCED TRAINING:
        340 SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING.......................         310,216          312,716           +2,500
        350 FLIGHT TRAINING..................................         657,993          658,993           +1,000
        360 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION...............         115,049          115,049   ...............
        370 TRAINING SUPPORT.................................          83,778           83,778   ...............
        380 DEPOT MAINTENANCE................................          14,748           14,748   ...............
        390 BASE SUPPORT (OTHER TRAINING)....................         543,005          543,005   ...............
        400 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   148,663          148,663   ...............
         MODERNIZATION (O....................................
    RECRUITING, AND OTHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION:
        410 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING.......................         139,189          139,189   ...............
        420 EXAMINING........................................           3,640            3,640   ...............
        430 OFF DUTY AND VOLUNTARY EDUCATION.................          91,757           91,757   ...............
        440 CIVILIAN EDUCATION AND TRAINING..................          82,238           82,238   ...............
        450 JUNIOR ROTC......................................          41,829           41,829   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...........................       2,499,749        2,503,249           +3,500
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS:
        460 LOGISTICS OPERATIONS.............................       1,052,171        1,052,171   ...............
        470 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ACTIVITIES.....................         404,678          404,678   ...............
        480 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION.......................         249,055          249,055   ...............
        490 DEPOT MAINTENANCE................................         305,525          305,525   ...............
        500 BASE SUPPORT.....................................       1,115,273        1,115,273   ...............
        510 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                   239,442          250,442          +11,000
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
        520 ADMINISTRATION...................................         213,767          213,767   ...............
        530 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS.......................         342,864          342,864   ...............
        540 PERSONNEL PROGRAMS...............................         164,480          164,480   ...............
        550 RESCUE AND RECOVERY SERVICES.....................          72,375           72,375   ...............
        560 ARMS CONTROL.....................................          34,742           34,742   ...............
        570 OTHER SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES.....................         602,561          602,561   ...............
        580 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT..........................          36,984           36,984   ...............
        590 CIVIL AIR PATROL CORPORATION.....................          18,303           22,803           +4,500
        600 BASE SUPPORT.....................................         233,256          233,256   ...............
        610 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    21,792           21,792   ...............
         MODERNIZATION.......................................
    SECURITY PROGRAMS:
        620 SECURITY PROGRAMS................................         824,906          824,906   ...............
    SUPPORT TO OTHER NATIONS:
        630 INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT............................          20,169           20,169   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...........................       5,952,343        5,967,843          +15,500
CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS UNDISTRIBUTED............................  ...............           1,500           +1,500
ELMENDORF AFB TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURE..................  ...............          12,000          +12,000
CONSULTANTS, AIR FORCE.......................................  ...............         -42,000          -42,000
MTAPP........................................................  ...............           4,000           +4,000
DISA TIER ONE RATE...........................................  ...............         -51,900          -51,900
BALKANS OPERATIONS...........................................  ...............         161,666         +161,666
DEFENSE JOINT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM..............................  ...............          -7,000           -7,000
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, O&M;, AIR FORCE..................................      26,146,770       26,303,436         +156,666
          TRANSFER...........................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL FUNDING AVAILABLE................................     (26,146,770)     (26,303,436)       (+156,666)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     10 B-52 attrition reserve................................   +37,400
     40 F-16 Distributed Mission Training.....................    +7,500
     70 Pacific server consolidation..........................   +10,000
     80 Grand Forks AFB ramp refurbishment....................   +10,000
     80 Wind energy fund......................................      +500
    100 University Partnership for Operational Support........    +4,000
    130 Management Headquarters--Scheduling Integration Team--
      contractor support......................................    -4,000
    170 Space Control Systems.................................    -3,000
    180 Satellite Systems.....................................    -1,000
    190 Other Space Operations, Growth in Contractor Costs....    -4,000
Budget activity 2: Mobilization:
    280 PACAF Strategic Airlift planning......................    +2,000
Budget activity 3: Training and Recruiting:
    340 Information technology workforce retraining...........    +2,500
    350 MBU-20 oxygen mask....................................    +1,000
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    500 Hickam AFB Alternative Fuel Vehicle Program...........    +1,000
    500 SRM, Eielson utilidors................................   +10,000
    590 Civil Air Patrol......................................    +4,500
Undistributed:
     Classified...............................................    +1,500
     Elmendorf AFB transportation infrastructure..............   +12,000
     Contractor and advisory services.........................   -42,000
     MTAPP....................................................    +4,000
     DISA Tier one rate.......................................   -51,900
     Balkans operations.......................................  +161,666
     Defense Joint Accounting System..........................    -7,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  +156,666

    B-52 attrition reserve aircraft.--The Committee recommends 
sufficient operation and maintenance funding to support a force 
structure of 94 aircraft.
    Wind energy fund.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$500,000 to pay the additional costs of purchasing a quantity 
of electric energy generated by wind turbines. Part of this 
appropriation is directed to the Grand Forks and Minot Air 
Force Bases to purchase 1,500 blocks/month of 100-kilowatt 
hours of wind generated electricity through the bases' 
incumbent power suppliers. The remaining funds are directed to 
purchase wind generated power at other Air Force bases. The 
Committee directs the Air Force to include funds at this level 
for this initiative in its fiscal year 2003 through 2006 
budget.
    Space programs underexecution.--The Committee recommends a 
decrease of $3,000,000 for space control systems and $1,000,000 
for satellite systems for underexecution. Other Space 
Operations is reduced $4,000,000 for unjustified contractor 
growth.
    Access-to-Space/Aircraft-like operations.--The Committee 
recognizes the importance of improving the Department's ability 
to conduct space operations, and the need for dependable and 
low cost access to space. Critical factors such as improving 
the efficiency of ``aircraft-like'' operations will be 
necessary for assuring low cost aerospace operations. The 
Committee recommends that the Access-to-Space Joint Program 
Office be led by an Air Force organization which possesses 
demonstrated skill and experience in the development and 
acquisition of aircraft, and an understanding of ``aircraft-
like'' operations for access-to-space vehicles.
    Contaminant Air Processing Systems.--The Committee commends 
the Secretary of the Air Force for standardizing mission-
critical equipment that allows Air Force personnel to be 
effectively processed after contact with biological, chemical 
or nuclear agents. The Committee instructs the Secretary to use 
$2,000,000 within available funds to enable installations to 
purchase contaminant air processing systems and related 
components to ensure all Air Force installations are 
standardized in this methodology and equipment.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $11,844,480,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  12,518,631,000
Committee recommendation................................  12,864,644,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,864,644,000. This is $346,013,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
     10 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF................................         373,832          373,832   ...............
     20 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...........................       1,404,797        1,379,797          -25,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1...............................       1,778,629        1,753,629          -25,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 2: MOBILIZATION:
     50 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY.............................          44,691           44,691   ...............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 3: TRAINING AND RECRUITING:
     60 AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE..................          11,135           11,135   ...............
     70 DEFENSE ACQUISITION UNIVERSITY.......................         101,196          101,196   ...............
     80 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY........................           3,833            3,833   ...............
     90 DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE...............           8,900            8,900   ...............
     91 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY.....................          86,190           86,190   ...............
     92 DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE.............................           7,590            7,590   ...............
     93 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY......................           1,246            1,246   ...............
     94 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...........................          53,573           53,573   ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 3...............................         273,663          273,663   ...............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
     14 AMERICAN FORCES INFORMATION SERVICE..................          96,637           96,637   ...............
     15 CIVIL MILITARY PROGRAMS..............................          94,596          104,596          +10,000
     16 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS..................................       4,718,802        4,702,002          -16,800
     17 DEFENSE CONTRACT AUDIT AGENCY........................         354,348          352,348           -2,000
     18 DEFENSE CONTRACT MANAGEMENT AGENCY...................         948,932          946,132           -2,800
     19 DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE...............           1,492            1,492   ...............
     20 DEFENSE HUMAN RESOURCES ACTIVITY.....................         198,157          193,157           -5,000
     21 DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY...................         803,122          778,422          -24,700
     22 DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY.............................         191,990          191,990   ...............
     23 DEFENSE LEGAL SERVICES AGENCY........................          12,075           12,075   ...............
     24 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENTS EDUCATION...........       1,465,814        1,490,814          +25,000
     25 DEFENSE POW /MISSING PERSONS OFFICE..................          15,211           15,211   ...............
     26 DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY..................          65,211           58,211           -7,000
     27 DEFENSE SECURITY SERVICE.............................          87,118           87,118   ...............
     28 DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY......................         258,597          258,597   ...............
     29 OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT........................          16,972           35,072          +18,100
     30 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE...................         437,141          445,641           +8,500
     31 SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...........................          46,891           46,891   ...............
     32 SPECIAL ACTIVITIES...................................         115,000          115,000   ...............
     33 JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF................................         169,340          169,340   ...............
     34 WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICES.....................         324,202          309,202          -15,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4...............................      10,421,648       10,409,948          -11,700
LEGACY.......................................................  ...............          12,000          +12,000
DISA TIER ONE RATE...........................................  ...............         -24,000          -24,000
DISA TIER ONE RATE TRANSFER..................................  ...............         170,000         +170,000
BALKANS OPERATIONS...........................................  ...............         215,713         +215,713
INTERNATIONAL TRUST FUND FOR DEMINING AND MINE VICTIM          ...............          20,000          +20,000
 ASSISTANCE..................................................
FREEMARKETS..................................................  ...............           2,000           +2,000
DEFENSE JOINT ACCOUNTING SYSTEM..............................  ...............         -13,000          -13,000
                                                              ==================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE.........      12,518,631       12,864,644         +346,013
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     20 SOCOM, base communications sustainment................    -5,100
     20 SOCOM, program growth.................................    -2,800
     20 SOCOM, collateral equipment...........................    -4,100
     20 SOCOM, Operation Focus Relief drawdown................    -9,000
     20 SOCOM, MAC SAAM program growth, Focus Relief..........    -4,000
Budget activity 4: Administration and servicewide activities:
    150 Civil Military programs, Innovative readiness training   +10,000
    170 DCAA, underexecution..................................    -2,000
    180 DCMA, contingency operations contract oversight.......    -2,800
    200 DHRA, Civpers backfills for DLAMP.....................    -5,000
    210 DISA, overhead........................................   -24,700
    240 DoDEA, Math Teacher Leadership........................    +1,000
    240 DoDEA, Galena IDEA....................................    +4,000
    240 DoDEA, SRM............................................   +20,000
    260 DSCA, Other costs--program growth PFP and planning 
      conferences.............................................    -7,000
    290 OEA, Battery 204, Odiorne Point.......................      +100
    290 OEA, Adak airfield operations.........................    +1,000
    290 OEA, Naval Security Group Activity Winter Harbor......    +4,000
    290 OEA, Fitzsimmons Army Hospital........................    +7,500
    290 OEA, Barrow landfill relocation.......................    +4,000
    290 OEA, Broadneck peninsula NIKE site....................    +1,500
    300 OSD, Studies and analysis.............................    -5,000
    300 OSD, Clara Barton Center..............................    +1,500
    300 OSD, Pacific Command Regional Initiative..............    +7,000
    300 OSD, Intelligence fusion study........................    +5,000
    340 WHS, reporting requirements savings...................   -15,000
Undistributed:
     Classified...............................................   -16,800
     Legacy...................................................   +12,000
     O&M;, Defense-wide, DISA Tier One rate....................   -24,000
     DISA Tier One rate transfer..............................  +170,000
     Balkans operations.......................................  +215,713
     International Trust Fund for Demining and Mine Victim 
      Assistance..............................................   +20,000
     Free markets.............................................    +2,000
     Defense Joint Accounting System..........................   -13,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  +346,013

    Sustaining base communications.--The Committee notes a 25 
percent growth in headquarters communications in fiscal year 
2001 and another 15 percent increase in the administration's 
2002 request for the Special Operations Command. Subsequently, 
the Committee recommends a reduction of $5,100,000 and directs 
that more focus be placed on funding deployable and mobile 
communications requirements, rather than placing such critical 
items on unfunded lists.
    Program growth.--A reduction of $2,800,000 is directed for 
``urgent shortfalls not addressed in the fiscal year 2001 
Supplemental'', as USSOCOM's request was fully funded by the 
Appropriations Committees.
    Collateral equipment.--The Committee recommends reductions 
of $2,100,000 and $2,000,000 for collateral equipment as 
defined in the fiscal year 2002 budget request, based upon the 
insufficient justification provided by USSOCOM.
    Operation Focus Relief drawdown.--USSOCOM has included 
funding for drawdown costs in the budget request. Funds for 
drawdown authority and related costs are not traditionally 
included in the request, and are funded from within available 
funds. The Committee therefore recommends a total reduction of 
$13,000,000 for drawdown-related line items.
    Legacy Program.--The Committee provides $12,000,000 for 
continuation of the Legacy program. From within these funds, 
the Committee directs the Department to continue naval 
archaeology programs in the Lake Champlain basin. Of equal 
importance to the Committee is the artifact recovery from the 
CSS Alabama, the recovery and preservation of the U.S.S. 
Monitor, and the preservation of the U.S.S. Massachusetts, 
U.S.S. LIONFISH, and other naval vessels of Battleship Cove. 
The Department shall report to the Appropriations Committees no 
later then March 15, 2002, on the allocation of Legacy funding, 
and the status of the projects named above.
    DoDEA.--The Committee recommends two important initiatives 
to be supported from within available funds of the Department 
of Defense Education Activity: the Schools Assisted Interactive 
Learning (SAIL) program, at $3,000,000 and an initiative in 
School Violence Reduction Strategies for Schools and 
Communities, at $3,000,000.
    DCMA.--Funds for contingency operations contract oversight 
are reduced by $2,800,000. The redundancy and waste in 
contingency contracts reveals that these programs are not being 
supervised.
    DoDEA SRM.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$20,000,000 for facilities sustainment and repair. In 
considering the allocation of these funds, the Department 
should consider those installations with a disproportionately 
high number of special needs children in the Exceptional Family 
Member program. One example is the school district supporting 
Submarine Base Bangor in Kitsap County, Washington. The 
Committee recommends that not less than $5,000,000 of these 
funds be provided to schools located in this region.
    OSD Reporting Requirements.--The Secretary of Defense has 
articulated a need to transform the Department's business 
practices, and reduce redundant headquarters staff and 
bureaucratic structure, in conjunction with the modernization 
of combat forces and tactics. The Committee endorses the 
Secretary's stated goals, and has attempted in the bill to 
reduce the reporting requirements imposed by the Congress. In 
light of the significant reductions in statutory reporting 
requirements, the Committee has reduced funding for Washington 
headquarters activities by $15,000,000. In addition, many of 
the reports and justification materials required by the 
Congress arrive late or not at all. The Committee recommends 
reduced funding of $5,000,000 for studies and analysis.
    Study on Intelligence Capabilities and Data Resource 
Integration.--To enhance intelligence gathering capabilities 
and data resource integration following the events of September 
11, 2001, the Committee recommends an increase of $5,000,000 
for preparing a management action plan to assess how 
measurement and signature intelligence can be integrated with 
other intelligence activities and data. The goal of this plan 
should be to improve support for warfighter operations and 
policy decision-making. A primary focus of this study should be 
to complete the concept development and associated operations 
and design requirements for a measurement and signature 
intelligence data archive providing back-up capability, and 
enabling cross-disciplinary analysis of distributed data and 
possible sensor testing activity. The study should consider all 
shortfalls in MASINT capabilities and their integration. The 
Committee directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for 
Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence to provide 
to the congressional defense committees an interim report 
containing an outline of the content and expected milestones of 
this study no later than 45 days after enactment of this act 
and a final report no later than June 1, 2002.
    Free Markets.--The Committee recommendation includes 
$2,000,000 for Free Markets, a pilot program to test online 
markets for use by the Department. In order to encourage 
activities within the Department to explore the potential of 
online markets, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics shall conduct several online market 
tests for materials and services. DOD activities desiring to 
employ online markets will be required to submit a business 
case analysis to the USD (AT&L;) detailing the materials and 
services thought to be suitable for online markets and the 
expected return on investment to be gained by the pilot 
initiative.
    Thailand Security.--The Committee is aware of a recent 
introduction of advanced fighter aircraft in Burma and is 
concerned with the strategic military balance in the region, 
particularly regarding Thailand. As such, the Committee 
requests the Department of Defense to report to the Committees 
on Appropriations no later than 120 days after the date of 
enactment of this Act on Thailand's defense needs--if any--to 
ensure military superiority over its airspace and territorial 
waters in the face of possible threats.

                Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,562,118,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,787,246,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,771,246,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,771,246,000. This is $16,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    LAND FORCES:
         10 DIVISION FORCES...................................          14,382           14,382   ..............
         20 CORPS COMBAT FORCES...............................          24,571           24,571   ..............
         30 CORPS SUPPORT FORCES..............................         232,891          232,891   ..............
         40 ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES........................         115,183          115,183   ..............
    MISSION OPERATIONS:
         50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT....................         364,700          349,700          -15,000
    LAND FORCES READINESS:
         60 FORCES READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT...............         139,280          139,280   ..............
         70 LAND FORCES SYSTEM READINESS......................          60,481           60,481   ..............
         80 DEPOT MAINTENANCE.................................          60,719           60,719   ..............
    LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT:
         90 BASE SUPPORT......................................         406,137          406,137   ..............
        100 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    161,321          161,321   ..............
         MODERNIZATION........................................
        110 ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES.............................           2,536            2,536   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1............................       1,582,201        1,567,201          -15,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
         12 ADMINISTRATION....................................          39,256           39,256   ..............
         13 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS........................          30,865           29,865           -1,000
         14 PERSONNEL/FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION (MANPOWER                44,201           44,201   ..............
         MANAGEMEN............................................
         15 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING........................          90,723           90,723   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4............................         205,045          204,045           -1,000
                                                               =================================================
          TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RE-  SERVE...       1,787,246        1,771,246          -16,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     60 Other contracts, other costs--unjustifiied program 
      growth..................................................   -15,000
Budget Activity 4: Administration and Servicewide activities:
    130 Service-wide communciations--headquarters growth......    -1,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   -16,000

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $978,946,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,003,690,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,003,690,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,003,690,000. This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    RESERVE AIR OPERATIONS:
         10 MISSION AND OTHER FLIGHT OPERATIONS...............         405,515          405,515   ..............
         30 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE..........................          17,223           17,223   ..............
         40 AIR OPERATION AND SAFETY SUPPORT..................           1,961            1,961   ..............
         50 AIRCRAFT DEPOT MAINTENANCE........................         116,328          116,328   ..............
         60 AIRCRAFT DEPOT OPS SUPPORT........................             324              324   ..............
    RESERVE SHIP OPERATIONS:
         70 MISSION AND OTHER SHIP OPERATIONS.................          46,572           46,572   ..............
         80 SHIP OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AND TRAINING.............             623              623   ..............
         90 INTERMEDIATE MAINTENANCE..........................           7,053            7,053   ..............
        100 SHIP DEPOT MAINTENANCE............................          71,858           71,858   ..............
        110 SHIP DEPOT OPERATIONS SUPPORT.....................           2,652            2,652   ..............
    RESERVE COMBAT OPERATIONS SUPPORT:
        120 COMBAT SUPPORT FORCES.............................          37,579           37,579   ..............
    RESERVE WEAPONS SUPPORT:
        130 WEAPONS MAINTENANCE...............................           5,531            5,531   ..............
        140 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                     51,102           51,102   ..............
         MODERNIZATION........................................
        150 BASE SUPPORT......................................         148,046          148,046   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1............................         912,367          912,367   ..............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
        160 ADMINISTRATION....................................          11,131           11,131   ..............
        170 CIVILIAN MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL...................           1,934            1,934   ..............
        180 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL...................          34,625           34,625   ..............
        190 SERVICEWIDE COMMUNICATIONS........................          37,355           37,355   ..............
        200 COMBAT/WEAPONS SYSTEM.............................           5,606            5,606   ..............
        210 OTHER SERVICEWIDE SUPPORT.........................             672              672   ..............
    LOGISTICS OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4............................          91,323           91,323   ..............
                                                               =================================================
          TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RE-  SERVE...       1,003,690        1,003,690   ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $145,959,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     144,023,000
Committee recommendation................................     144,023,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $144,023,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    MISSION FORCES:
         10 OPERATING FORCES..................................          50,898           50,898   ..............
         20 DEPOT MAINTENANCE.................................           7,784            7,784   ..............
         30 BASE SUPPORT......................................          25,610           25,610   ..............
         40 TRAINING SUPPORT..................................          18,144           18,144   ..............
         50 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                     10,027           10,027   ..............
         MODERNIZATION........................................
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1..........................         112,463          112,463   ..............
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
         60 SPECIAL SUPPORT...................................           8,596            8,596   ..............
         70 SERVICEWIDE TRANSPORTATION........................             491              491   ..............
         80 ADMINISTRATION....................................           8,632            8,632   ..............
         90 BASE SUPPORT......................................           5,719            5,719   ..............
        100 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING........................           8,122            8,122   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4............................          31,560           31,560   ..............
                                                               =================================================
          TOTAL, O&M;, MARINE CORPS RESERVE....................         144,023          144,023   ..............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,903,659,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,029,866,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,023,866,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,023,866,000. This is $6,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
         10 PRIMARY COMBAT FORCES.............................       1,266,511        1,260,511           -6,000
         20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS........................          61,637           61,637   ..............
         30 DEPOT MAINTENANCE.................................         322,507          322,507   ..............
         40 BASE SUPPORT......................................         245,126          245,126   ..............
         50 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                     38,521           38,521   ..............
         MODERNIZATION........................................
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1..........................       1,934,302        1,928,302           -6,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
         60 ADMINISTRATION....................................          52,083           52,083   ..............
         70 MILITARY MANPOWER AND PERSONNEL MANAGE-  MENT.....          11,848           11,848   ..............
         80 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING........................          24,466           24,466   ..............
         90 OTHER PERSONNEL SUPPORT...........................           6,547            6,547   ..............
        100 AUDIOVISUAL.......................................             620              620   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4............................          95,564           95,564   ..............
                                                               =================================================
          TOTAL, O&M;, AIR FORCE RESERVE.......................       2,029,866        2,023,866           -6,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    010 Primary Combat Forces, unjustified program growth.....    -6,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................    -6,000

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $3,333,835,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   3,677,359,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,743,808,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,743,808,000. This is $66,449,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    LAND FORCES:
         10 DIVISIONS.........................................         472,117          477,117           +5,000
         20 CORPS COMBAT FORCES...............................         565,861          565,861   ..............
         30 CORPS SUPPORT FORCES..............................         280,054          280,054   ..............
         40 ECHELON ABOVE CORPS FORCES........................         476,828          476,828   ..............
         50 LAND FORCES OPERATIONS SUPPORT....................          22,333           12,333          -10,000
    LAND FORCES READINESS:
         60 FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT................          19,354           19,354   ..............
         70 LAND FORCES SYSTEMS READINESS.....................          95,719          100,419           +4,700
         80 LAND FORCES DEPOT MAINTENANCE.....................         193,414          193,414   ..............
    LAND FORCES READINESS SUPPORT:
         90 BASE OPERATIONS SUPPORT...........................         538,487          540,746           +2,259
        100 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                    351,768          354,268           +2,500
         MODERNIZATION........................................
        110 MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL HEADQUARTERS...........         399,117          392,117           -7,000
        120 MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES..........................          38,415           38,415   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1..........................       3,453,467        3,450,926           -2,541
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
         13 STAFF MANAGEMENT..................................          84,106           84,106   ..............
         14 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT............................          21,070           21,070   ..............
         15 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION..........................          35,902           35,902   ..............
         16 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING........................          82,814           82,814   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4..........................         223,892          223,892   ..............
ADDITIONAL FULL-TIME SUPPORT (TECHNICIAN).....................  ...............          13,200          +13,200
EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE......................................  ...............             790             +790
DISTRIBUTED LEARNING PROJECT..................................  ...............          30,000          +30,000
SRM TRANSFER TO NATIONAL GUARD................................  ...............          25,000          +25,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NAT. GUARD.......       3,677,359        3,743,808          +66,449
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
     10 ECWCS.................................................    +5,000
     50 Land Forces Operations Support--unjustified program 
      growth..................................................   -10,000
     70 Camp McCain Simulator Center, Trainer Upgrades........    +4,700
     90 Ft. Harrison Communications Infrastructure............    +1,200
     90 Communications Network equipment......................      +209
     90 Multimedia classroom..................................      +850
    100 Camp McCain Training Site, Roads......................    +2,500
    110 Management and Operational Headquarters--unjustified 
      program growth..........................................    -7,000
Undistributed:
     Full Time Support, 487 additional technicians............   +13,200
     Emergency Spill Response and Preparedness Program........      +790
     Distance Learning........................................   +30,000
     SRM reallocation.........................................   +25,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................   +66,449

    Management and Operational Headquarters.--The budget 
request for management and operational headquarters represents 
an increase of $40,000,000 above fiscal year 2001 levels. The 
increase was not justified in budget exhibits or in response to 
Committee review. The Committee recommends a decrease of 
$7,000,000 to the request.
    Distributive training technology programs.--The Committee 
recommends an increase of $30,000,000 in the Army National 
Guard ``Operation and maintenance'' appropriation and 
$10,000,000 in the ``National Guard and Reserve Equipment'' 
appropriation for Distance Learning programs. Among these 
programs, the Committee recognizes that the Consolidated 
Interactive Virtual Information Center (CIVIC), during its 
first year, expanded the network capabilities of the National 
Guard, and enhanced development, testing and training in 
Advanced Distributed Learning, Joint Interoperability and 
Command and Control systems. The Committee directs the National 
Guard Bureau to consider the CIVIC program for continuation 
using funds provided here and recommends its inclusion in the 
fiscal year 2003 budget request.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $3,937,777,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   3,867,361,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,998,361,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,998,361,000. This is $131,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                             Item                                 2002 budget       Committee         budget
                                                                    estimate      recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BUDGET ACTIVITY 1: OPERATING FORCES:
    AIR OPERATIONS:
        10 AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS................................       2,545,143        2,645,143         +100,000
        20 MISSION SUPPORT OPERATIONS.........................         348,442          348,442   ..............
        30 BASE SUPPORT.......................................         377,859          387,859          +10,000
        40 FACILITIES SUSTAINMENT, RESTORATION AND                      92,092           92,092   ..............
         MODERNIZATION........................................
        50 DEPOT MAINTENANCE..................................         490,912          490,912   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 1............................       3,854,448        3,964,448         +110,000
BUDGET ACTIVITY 4: ADMIN AND SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
    SERVICEWIDE ACTIVITIES:
        60 ADMINISTRATION.....................................           2,935            2,935   ..............
        70 RECRUITING AND ADVERTISING.........................           9,978            9,978   ..............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BUDGET ACTIVITY 4............................          12,913           12,913   ..............
PROJECT ALERT.................................................  ...............           3,500           +3,500
EXTENDED COLD WEATHER CLOTHING SYSTEM.........................  ...............           5,000           +5,000
DEFENSE SYSTEMS EVALUATION....................................  ...............           2,500           +2,500
BANGOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RUNWAY REPAIRS...................  ...............          10,000          +10,000
                                                               =================================================
      TOTAL, O&M;, AIR NATIONAL GUARD..........................       3,867,361        3,998,361         +131,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

Budget Activity 1: Operating Forces:s of dollars]
    10 B-1 Flying Hours.......................................  +100,000
    30 Eagle vision...........................................   +10,000
Undistributed:
     Project Alert............................................    +3,500
     ECWCS....................................................    +5,000
     Defense Systems Evaluation...............................    +2,500
     Bangor International Airport runway repairs..............   +10,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

       Total adjustments......................................  +131,000

    B-1 Bomber Flying Hours.--The Committee recommendation 
restores the B-1 Bomber flying hours of the Air National Guard 
as discussed elsewhere in the report.
    North Smithfield Air National Guard Station.--The Committee 
is concerned with the possible contamination of the groundwater 
in the area of the North Smithfield Air National Guard Station 
in Rhode Island. In cooperation with the local community, the 
Air Guard shall assist in residential water well sampling 
during the development of the Remedial Investigation and 
Feasibility Study. This assistance shall not constitute an 
admission of liabilty by the National Guard.
    120th Fighter Wing training range.--Of the funds available, 
$1,000,000 shall be only for the development and maintenance of 
a training range for the 120th Fighter Wing, Montana Air 
National Guard.
    F-16 arresting cables.--The Committee recommends the Air 
National Guard allocate $1,800,000 for arresting cables 
necessary for the operation of F-16 aircraft at the Des Moines 
airport. These funds are urgently needed because failure to 
build them during this fiscal year in conjunction with ongoing 
civilian construction will result in difficulty for the F-16's 
to fly missions related to homeland security.

             Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $3,938,777,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,844,226,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee recommends no appropriation for this account. 
This is $2,844,226,000 below the budget estimate.
    Instead, the Committee is providing $2,243,996,000 for 
Balkan operations within the service operation and maintenance 
accounts. The Committee commends the Department of Defense for 
recognizing that Operations Southern Watch, Northern Watch and 
Desert Spring are planned operations, not contingencies. As 
such, the Defense Department has requested funding for these 
operations within the service accounts instead of under OCOTF. 
The Committee observes that this reasoning obtains equally for 
operations in the Balkans, and, therefore, recommends funding 
for such activities in the service accounts as well.
    The total recommended for OCOTF is $600,104,000 below the 
budget request. The Committee notes that in fiscal years 2000 
and 2001 the Fund contained unobligated balances of 
$338,000,000 and $200,000,000, respectively, while U.S. forces 
in the Balkans were being reduced. The Committee expects 
further reductions will occur in fiscal year 2002, reducing 
costs. Additional savings are achievable through better 
planning and scheduling for the use of airlift assets, 
according to the GAO.
    The Committee remains concerned regarding the failure of 
the Defense Department to provide adequate oversight for OCOTF 
funding. The Defense Department has allowed the services to use 
funds in this appropriation for routine base operations, real 
property and depot maintenance, and planned training. The 
General Accounting Office concluded that for fiscal year 2000 
only 13 percent of OCOTF expenditures were committed to the 
direct costs of operations. The Committee suggests that better 
accountability and the elimination of redundant and 
questionable costs for information technology, contractor 
support, temporary duty travel and base operations support at 
home stations will derive additional savings in fiscal year 
2002. The Committee expects that the allocation of the funding 
directly to the services in fiscal year 2002 and beyond will 
also improve financial accountability.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $8,574,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       9,096,000
Committee recommendation................................       9,096,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $9,096,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $389,932,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     389,800,000
Committee recommendation................................     389,800,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $389,800,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                    Environmental Restoration, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $294,038,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     257,517,000
Committee recommendation................................     257,517,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $257,517,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                  Environmental Restoration, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $376,300,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     385,437,000
Committee recommendation................................     385,437,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $385,437,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                Environmental Restoration, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $21,412,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      23,492,000
Committee recommendation................................      23,492,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $23,492,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

         Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $231,499,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     190,255,000
Committee recommendation................................     230,255,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $230,255,000. 
This is $40,000,000 above the budget estimate.

             Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $55,900,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      49,700,000
Committee recommendation................................      44,700,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $44,700,000. 
This is $5,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    Funds are provided for humanitarian demining, humanitarian 
assistance, and disaster relief. Funds are reduced to reflect 
unobligated balances.

                  Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $443,400,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     403,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     357,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $357,000,000. 
This is $46,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                   committee recommended adjustments

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Weapons Storage--Russia.......................................   -26,000
Elimination of Weapons Grade Plutonium Production--Russia.....   -20,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................   -46,000

    The Committee recommends a reduction of $46,000,000 to the 
budget request. Several aspects of the program have experienced 
important delays which have led to large unobligated balances. 
For example, unobligated balances for the military contacts 
program exceed $11,000,000, for the elimination of weapons 
grade plutonium, $58,000,000, and for weapons storage security, 
$90,000,000. Total unobligated balances available to the 
Cooperative Threat Reduction program exceed $700,000,000. If, 
during fiscal year 2002, the Department is able to improve 
program execution, the Committee will consider any request to 
reprogram funds from other unobligated balances.

        Support for International Sporting Competitions, Defense

Appropriations, 2001....................................................
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     $15,800,000
Committee recommendation................................      15,800,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $15,800,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to purchase military equipment and hardware, including 
aircraft, helicopters, ships, missiles, combat vehicles, 
ammunition, weapons, electronic sensors and communications 
equipment, and other procurement items.
    The President's fiscal year 2002 budget requests a total of 
$60,440,297,000 for procurement appropriations.

                      Summary of Committee Action

    The Committee recommends procurement appropriations 
totaling $60,881,434,000 for fiscal year 2002. This is 
$441,137,000 above the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended procurement appropriations for fiscal 
year 2002 are summarized below:

                                      SUMMARY OF PROCUREMENT APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 2002 budget       Committee       Change from
                             Item                                  estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aircraft Procurement, Army...................................       1,925,491        1,893,891          -31,600
Missile Procurement, Army....................................       1,859,634        1,774,154          -85,480
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.....       2,276,746        2,174,546         -102,200
Procurement of Ammunition, Army..............................       1,193,365        1,171,465          -21,900
Other Procurement, Army......................................       3,961,737        4,160,186         +198,449
Aircraft Procurement, Navy...................................       8,252,543        8,030,043         -222,500
Weapons Procurement, Navy....................................       1,433,475        1,478,075          +44,600
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine  Corps............         457,099          442,799          -14,300
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy............................       9,344,121        9,294,211          -49,910
Other Procurement, Navy......................................       4,097,576        4,146,338          +48,762
Procurement, Marine Corps....................................         981,724          974,054           -7,670
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..............................      10,744,458       10,617,332         -127,126
Missile Procurement, Air Force...............................       3,233,536        3,657,522         +423,986
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.........................         865,344          873,344           +8,000
Other Procurement, Air Force.................................       8,159,521        8,144,174          -15,347
Procurement, Defense-Wide....................................       1,603,927        1,473,795         -130,132
Defense Production Act Purchases.............................          50,000           15,000          -35,000
National Guard and Reserve Equipment.........................  ...............         560,505         +560,505
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................      60,440,297       60,881,434         +441,137
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       committee recommendations

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations reported in the Senate bill authorizing 
activities of the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2002.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,571,812,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,925,491,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,893,891,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,893,891,000. This is $31,600,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the acquisition of tactical 
and utility helicopters and airplanes, including associated 
electronics, communications equipment, and armament; 
modification and modernization of inservice aircraft; flight 
simulators; ground support equipment; production base support; 
and components and spare parts including transmissions and 
gearboxes.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                     AIRCRAFT

FIXED WING:
     2 UTILITY F/W (MR) AIRCRAFT.................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
ROTARY:
     3 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP).....................       12     174,515       12     174,515  .......  ..........
     4 UH-60 BLACKHAWK (MYP) (AP-CY).............  .......      26,906  .......      26,906  .......  ..........
     5 HELICOPTER NEW TRAINING...................  .......  ..........       21      34,100      +21     +34,100
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT............................  .......     201,421  .......     235,521  .......     +34,100

             MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT

     6 GUARDRAIL MODS (TIARA)....................  .......       8,827  .......       8,827  .......  ..........
     7 ARL MODS (TIARA)..........................  .......      12,322  .......      12,322  .......  ..........
     8 AH1F MODS.................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
     9 AH-64 MODS................................  .......      38,473  .......      38,473  .......  ..........
    10 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (MYP).........  .......     277,460  .......     210,560  .......     -66,900
    11 CH-47 CARGO HELICOPTER MODS (MYP) (AP-CY).  .......      17,722  .......      17,722  .......  ..........
    12 CH-47 ICH.................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    13 UTILITY/CARGO AIRPLANE MODS...............  .......      16,095  .......      16,095  .......  ..........
    14 OH-58 MODS................................  .......         463  .......         463  .......  ..........
    15 AIRCRAFT LONG RANGE MODS..................  .......         753  .......         753  .......  ..........
    16 LONGBOW...................................  .......     888,561  .......     885,361  .......      -3,200
    17 LONGBOW (AP-CY)...........................  .......      29,526  .......      26,226  .......      -3,300
    18 UH-1 MODS.................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    19 UH-60 MODS................................  .......      52,269  .......      70,469  .......     +18,200
    20 KIOWA WARRIOR.............................  .......      42,600  .......      42,600  .......  ..........
    22 AIRBORNE AVIONICS.........................  .......      78,421  .......      78,421  .......  ..........
    23 ASE MODS (SIRFC)..........................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    26 GATM ROLLUP...............................  .......      54,551  .......      38,551  .......     -16,000
    28 SPARE PARTS (AIR).........................  .......       5,331  .......       5,331  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT............  .......   1,523,374  .......   1,452,174  .......     -71,200

         SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES

GROUND SUPPORT AVIONICS:
    29 AIRCRAFT SURVIVABILITY EQUIPMENT..........  .......      32,780  .......      32,780  .......  ..........
    30 ASE INFRARED CM...........................       12      36,653       22      46,653      +10     +10,000
OTHER SUPPORT:
    31 AVIONICS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT................  .......       7,544  .......      15,044  .......      +7,500
    32 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT...................  .......      19,113  .......      19,113  .......  ..........
    33 AIRCREW INTEGRATED SYSTEMS................  .......      10,253  .......      10,253  .......  ..........
    34 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL.......................  .......      68,887  .......      56,887  .......     -12,000
    35 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES.....................  .......         707  .......         707  .......  ..........
    36 LAUNCHER, 2.75 ROCKET.....................  .......       4,960  .......       4,960  .......  ..........
    37 AIRBORNE COMMUNICATIONS...................  .......      19,799  .......      19,799  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES....  .......     200,696  .......     206,196  .......      +5,500
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY..........  .......   1,925,491  .......   1,893,891  .......     -31,600
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         2002 budget       Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   5HELICOPTER NEW   ...............          34,100          +34,100
     TRAINING
        21 TH-67     ...............  ...............         +34,100
         helicopter
         s
  10CH-47 CARGO             277,460          210,560          -66,900
     HELICOPTER
     MODS
        LRIP delay   ...............  ...............         -66,900
  16LONGBOW                 888,561          885,361           -3,200
        Fire         ...............  ...............          -8,200
         control
         radar
        Oil debris   ...............  ...............          +5,000
         detection
         and burn-
         off system
  17LONGBOW ADVANCE          29,526           26,226           -3,300
     PROCUREMENT
        Airframes    ...............  ...............          -3,300
  19UH-60 MODS               52,269           70,469          +18,200
        Extended     ...............  ...............          +3,000
         range
         crashworth
         y fuel
         tanks for
         AR/NG
        De-icing     ...............  ...............          +3,000
         system
         upgrade
         program
        1/207th      ...............  ...............         +12,200
         Search and
         Rescue
  26GATM ROLLUP              54,551           38,551          -16,000
        Fixed wing   ...............  ...............          -6,500
        Rotary wing  ...............  ...............          -9,500
  30ASE INFRARED CM          36,653           46,653          +10,000
        ATIRCM LRIP  ...............  ...............         +10,000
  31AVIONICS                  7,544           15,044           +7,500
     SUPPORT
     EQUIPMENT
        Aviator's    ...............  ...............          +2,500
         night
         vision
         imaging
         system
        HGU-56/P     ...............  ...............          +5,000
         Aircrew
         Integrated
         System
         (ANG)
  34AIR TRAFFIC              68,887           56,887          -12,000
     CONTROL
        Tactical     ...............  ...............         -12,000
         Airspace
         Integratio
         n System
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    TH-67 helicopters.--The Committee recommends $34,100,000 
for the procurement of 21 helicopters in support of Army 
requirements for additional training aircraft.
    CH-47 modifications.--The Army has delayed the low-rate 
initial production of the CH-47F to fiscal year 2003 as a 
result of re-baselining the CH-47F program. The Committee 
therefore recommends a reduction of $66,900,000 for production 
costs.
    Longbow fire control radar.--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $8,200,000 for the procurement of fire control 
radars, to the fiscal year 2001 level.
    Longbow advance procurement.--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $3,300,000 for the procurement of airframes to the 
fiscal year 2001 procurement level.
    GATM reductions.--The Committee recommends reductions for 
fixed and rotary wing of $6,500,000 and $9,500,000 
respectively, and directs that planned fourth quarter 2002 
procurement be delayed to the first quarter of fiscal year 
2003.
    Aviator's night vision imaging system.--The Committee 
recommends $$2,500,000 be provided for procurement of 
additional aviator night vision imaging systems.
    Tactical Airspace Integration System.--The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $12,000,000, which reflects the full 
rate production delay decision made by the Department of the 
Army.
    UH-60 Blackhawks.--The Committee recommends an additional 
$102,500,000 for the procurement of 10 Blackhawks for the Army 
National Guard. This funding is provided in the ``National 
Guard and Reserve Equipment'' appropriation.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,320,681,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,859,634,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,774,154,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,774,154,000. This is $85,480,000 below the budget request.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement, 
production, modification, and modernization of missiles, 
equipment, including ordnance, ground handling equipment, spare 
parts, and accessories therefore; specialized equipment and 
training devices; expansion of public and private plants, 
including the land necessary therefore, for the foregoing 
purposes, and such lands and interest therein, may be acquired, 
and construction prosecuted thereon prior to approval title; 
and procurement and installation of equipment, appliances, and 
machine tools in public and private plants; reserve plant and 
Government- and contractor-owned equipment layaway; and other 
expenses.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  OTHER MISSILES

SURFACE-TO-AIR MISSILE SYSTEM:
      1 PATRIOT PAC-3............................       72     676,574       72     653,574  .......     -23,000
      2 STINGER SYSTEM SUMMARY...................      497      45,890      497      45,890  .......  ..........
      3 AVENGER SYSTEM SUMMARY...................  .......      11,624  .......      11,624  .......  ..........
AIR-TO-SURFACE MISSILE SYSTEM:
      4 HELLFIRE SYS SUMMARY.....................    2,200     241,811    2,200     241,811  .......  ..........
ANTI-TANK/ASSAULT MISSILE SYSTEM:
      5 JAVELIN (AAWS-M) SYSTEM SUMMARY..........    4,139     414,632    4,139     414,632  .......  ..........
      7 LINE OF SIGHT ANTI-TANK (LOSAT)(AP-CY)...  .......      11,427  .......      11,427  .......  ..........
      9 GUIDED MLRS ROCKET (GMLRS)...............  .......       8,480  .......  ..........  .......      -8,480
    10 MLRS LAUNCHER SYSTEMS.....................       35     148,294       35     138,294  .......     -10,000
    11 ARMY TACTICAL MSL SYS (ATACMS)--SYS SUM...       24      34,263       24      34,263  .......  ..........
    12 ATACMS BLKII SYSTEM SUMMARY...............        6      61,000        6      61,000  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES......................  .......   1,653,995  .......   1,612,515  .......     -41,480

             MODIFICATION OF MISSILES

MODIFICATIONS:
    13 PATRIOT MODS..............................  .......      37,617  .......      37,617  .......  ..........
    14 STINGER MODS..............................  .......       5,830  .......       5,830  .......  ..........
    15 AVENGER MODS..............................  .......      17,991  .......      17,991  .......  ..........
    16 ITAS/TOW MODS.............................  .......      96,204  .......      61,204  .......     -35,000
    17 MLRS MODS.................................  .......      23,599  .......      13,599  .......     -10,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF MISSILES............  .......     181,241  .......     136,241  .......     -45,000
    18 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS...................  .......      15,299  .......      15,299  .......  ..........
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    19 AIR DEFENSE TARGETS.......................  .......       3,325  .......       3,325  .......  ..........
    20 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MISSILES).....  .......       1,039  .......       1,039  .......  ..........
    21 MISSILE DEMILITARIZATION..................  .......       1,358  .......       2,358  .......      +1,000
    22 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT...................  .......       3,377  .......       3,377  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES....  .......       9,099  .......      10,099  .......      +1,000
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY...........  .......   1,859,634  .......   1,774,154  .......     -85,480
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   9GUIDED MLRS ROCKET           8,480  ..............          -8,480
     (GMLRS)
        Program Delays  ..............  ..............          -8,480
  10MLRS LAUNCHER              148,294         138,294         -10,000
     SYSTEMS
        For Two         ..............  ..............         -10,000
         National
         Guard
         Battalions
  16ITAS/TOW MODS               96,204          61,204         -35,000
        Program Growth/ ..............  ..............         -35,000
         Delays
  17MLRS MODS                   23,599          13,599         -10,000
        Program Under   ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Execution
  21MISSILE                      1,358           2,358          +1,000
     DEMILITARIZATION
        Missile         ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Recycling
         Center
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Guided MLRS Rocket.--The budget requests $8,480,000 for 
long lead procurement items. The Committee disagrees with this 
request and is concerned about the developmental challenges the 
system is incurring, especially that of the treaty required 
self-destruct fuze. Until such challenges are overcome, the 
Committee feels long lead funding for the system is premature.
    MLRS Launchers.--The budget requests $148,294,000 to 
continue upgrading the current MLRS launcher system. However, 
the Committee is concerned about the execution difficulties the 
program is experiencing and understands that the Army is 
reviewing its overall requirement for the legacy system. In 
light of these issues and the capabilities the follow-on 
system, HIMARS, promises, the Committee holds that the 
procurement strategy should be redirected, to focus on fielding 
HIMARS to the active duty forces and the corrected MLRS 
Launcher to the National Guard units. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends $138,294,000 in fiscal year 2002 funding provided 
only for procurement of launchers for National Guard units.
    ITAS/TOW Mods.--The budget requests $96,204,000 to 
accelerate procurement of the ITAS. The Committee is concerned 
about the problems associated with the battery/power system 
(BPS) and the significant delay in system fielding and delivery 
that has resulted. Therefore, the Committee disagrees with the 
procurement acceleration and recommends an appropriation of 
$61,204,000, a reduction of $35,000,000 to the President's 
budget request.
    MLRS Mods.--The Committee is concerned that the program is 
under executing previously provided funds and recommends an 
appropriation of $13,599,000, a reduction of $10,000,000 from 
the President's budget request.

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,472,524,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   2,276,746,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,174,546,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,174,546,000. This is $102,200,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement of tanks, 
armored personnel carriers, and combat engineer vehicles. Funds 
are also provided for the acquisition of crew-served weapons, 
grenade launchers, towed and self-propelled guns and howitzers, 
mortars, laser rangefinders, associated training equipment, 
modification of inservice equipment, initial spares and repair 
parts, major components, and production base support.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
     1 ABRAMS TRNG DEV MOD.......................  .......       5,545  .......       5,545  .......  ..........
     2 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT..................  .......     400,779  .......     373,179  .......     -27,600
     3 BRADLEY BASE SUSTAINMENT (AP-CY)..........  .......       2,681  .......       2,681  .......  ..........
     4 BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES..............  .......       2,609  .......       2,609  .......  ..........
     6 BRADLEY FVS TRAINING DEVICES (MOD)........  .......       8,814  .......       8,814  .......  ..........
     7 ABRAMS TANK TRAINING DEVICES..............  .......      11,814  .......      11,814  .......  ..........
     8 INTERIM ARMORED VEHICLE FAMILY............      326     662,595      326     662,595  .......  ..........
MODIFICATION OF TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
    11 CARRIER, MOD..............................  .......      48,567  .......      48,567  .......  ..........
    12 FIST VEHICLE (MOD)........................  .......      14,590  .......       6,890  .......      -7,700
    13 BFVS SERIES (MOD).........................  .......      42,262  .......      56,262  .......     +14,000
    14 HOWITZER, MED SP FT 155MM M109A6 (MOD)....  .......       5,370  .......       5,370  .......  ..........
    15 FAASV PIP TO FLEET........................  .......      18,501  .......       9,301  .......      -9,200
    16 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (M88  MOD)......  .......      58,114  .......      58,114  .......  ..........
    18 HEAVY ASSAULT BRIDGE (HAB) (MOD)..........  .......      48,592  .......       7,492  .......     -41,100
    19 ARMORED VEH LAUNCH BRIDGE (AVLB) (MOD)....  .......       4,025  .......       4,025  .......  ..........
    20 M1 ABRAMS TANK (MOD)......................  .......     113,485  .......      81,785  .......     -31,700
    21 M1A1D RETROFIT............................  .......      11,647  .......      11,647  .......  ..........
    22 SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT PGM: SEP M1A2..........  .......     102,152  .......     100,052  .......      -2,100
    23 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM....................  .......     395,802  .......     395,802  .......  ..........
    24 ABRAMS UPGRADE PROGRAM (AP-CY)............  .......     194,438  .......     194,438  .......  ..........
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    26 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TCV- WTCV)....  .......         146  .......         146  .......  ..........
    27 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (TCV- WTCV).......  .......       9,979  .......       9,979  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES.............  .......   2,162,507  .......   2,057,107  .......    -105,400
WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES:
    28 ARMOR MACHINE GUN, 7.62MM M240 SERIES.....      716       8,033      716       8,033  .......  ..........
    30 GRENADE LAUNCHER, AUTO, 40MM, MK19-3......    1,510      28,826    1,510      27,026  .......      -1,800
    31 81MM MORTAR (ROLL)........................  .......       3,321  .......       3,321  .......  ..........
    32 M16 RIFLE.................................    3,060       1,978    3,060       1,978  .......  ..........
    33 XM107, CAL. 50, SNIPER RIFLE..............      150       2,149      150       2,149  .......  ..........
    34 5.56 CARBINE M4...........................    2,800       2,400    2,800       2,400  .......  ..........
    35 HOWITZER LT WT 155MM (T)..................  .......       1,107  .......       1,107  .......  ..........
MOD OF WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEH:
    36 MARK-19 MODIFICATIONS.....................  .......         745  .......         745  .......  ..........
    38 SQUAD AUTOMATIC WEAPON (MOD)..............  .......       4,450  .......       4,450  .......  ..........
    39 MEDIUM MACHINE GUNS (MODS)................  .......         746  .......         746  .......  ..........
    40 HOWITZER, TOWED, 155MM, M198 (MODS).......  .......       2,823  .......       2,823  .......  ..........
    41 M119 MODIFICATIONS........................  .......       4,887  .......       4,887  .......  ..........
    42 M16 RIFLE MODS............................  .......       2,100  .......       2,100  .......  ..........
    43 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV-   .......       1,261  .......       1,261  .......  ..........
     WTCV).......................................
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    44 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (WOCV-WTCV)....  .......       1,275  .......       1,275  .......  ..........
    45 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (WOCV-WTCV).......  .......       6,430  .......       6,430  .......  ..........
    46 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS...................  .......       4,270  .......       9,270  .......      +5,000
    47 SMALL ARMS (SOLDIER ENH PROG).............  .......         303  .......         303  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WEAPONS AND OTHER COMBAT VEHICLES...  .......      77,104  .......      80,304  .......      +3,200
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
    48 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS (WTCV)............  .......      37,135  .......      37,135  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF W&TCV;, ARMY..........  .......   2,276,746  .......   2,174,546  .......    -102,200
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2BRADLEY BASE               400,779         373,179         -27,600
     SUSTAINMENT
        Economic        ..............  ..............         -27,600
         Production
         Profile
         Adjustment
  12FIST VEHICLE (MOD)          14,590           6,890          -7,700
        Engineering     ..............  ..............          -7,700
         and Support
         Cost Growth
  13BFVS SERIES (MOD)           42,262          56,262         +14,000
        Pre-mod Depot   ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Maintenance
        Bradley         ..............  ..............         +24,000
         Reactive
         Armor Tiles
  15FAASV PIP TO FLEET          18,501           9,301          -9,200
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -9,200
         Growth
  18HEAVY ASSAULT               48,592           7,492         -41,100
     BRIDGE (HAB) SYS
     (MOD)
        Vehicle         ..............  ..............         -41,100
         Purchases
  20M1 ABRAMS TANK             113,485          81,785         -31,700
     (MOD)
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -31,700
         Growth/
         Unjustified
         Unit Cost
         Increases
  22SYSTEM ENHANCEMENT         102,152         100,052          -2,100
     PGM: SEP M1A2
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -2,100
         Unit Cost
         Increases
  30GRENADE LAUNCHER,           28,826          27,026          -1,800
     AUTO, 40MM, MK19-
     3
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -1,800
         Unit Cost
         Increases
  46INDUSTRIAL                   4,270           9,270          +5,000
     PREPAREDNESS
        Arsenal         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Support
         Program
         Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Overview.--Enhancing the Department of Defense's efforts to 
transform the military is one of the Committee's key priorities 
for this year's bill. As such, the recommendations in this and 
other appropriations fully fund Army transformation programs 
that support the development and fielding of the Interim and 
Objective forces. Additionally, the recommendations provide 
robust increases for many of the Army's Legacy system programs, 
as compared to last year's funding levels. The Committee 
anticipates that the Army will continue striving to achieve the 
appropriate balance between funding Legacy systems 
modernization and transformation and commits to working with 
the Army to strike that balance.
    Bradley base sustainment.--To achieve a more economically 
sensible production ramp for the Bradley A3 program, the 
Committee recommends a reduction of $27,600,000 to the Service 
request. The funding level approved allows the Army to procure 
130 Bradley A3 vehicles, an increase of 21 vehicles over last 
year's level. The Committee strongly encourages the Army to 
continue supporting the Bradley A3 multiyear program by 
requesting sufficient funding to complete the purchase of the 
389 vehicles under contract.
    Legacy Systems.--The Committee recommendations provide 
robust increases for the Army's Legacy systems modernization 
program. Nonetheless, reductions were made to several programs 
for which the proposed increases significantly exceeded 
reasonable or typical levels found in comparable programs. For 
example, reductions were made in the FAASV PIP and M-1 Abrams 
tank modifications for this reason.
    Heavy assault bridge (HAB).--The Committee recommendations 
eliminate funds requested for Heavy Assault Bridge vehicle 
purchases and associated overhead costs, a reduction of 
$41,100,000. Though the Army claims that procurement of these 
HAB vehicles is essential for Army Legacy force operations, a 
lack of commitment to the program is clearly reflected in the 
Army's minimal HAB procurement request. Thus, the Army's 
proposed purchase plan--one well below any reasonable economic 
sustaining rate--has resulted in significant unit cost 
increases in these vehicles. Should the Army choose to pursue 
this program, the Committee strongly urges that sufficient 
funding be allocated in its fiscal year 2003 budget request to 
sustain a reasonable procurement profile.
    Arsenal Support Program Initiative.--The Committee proposes 
an increase of $5,000,000 to provide incentives for the Army 
and commercial companies to work jointly to preserve critical 
arsenal production facilities. In particular, these funds 
should be targeted for developing commercial practices to 
address ever increasing plant maintenance costs.
    Fluidized rubber.--Of the funds made available for Bradley 
Base Sustainment, $6,000,000 shall be allocated to the RRAD 
Fluidized Rubber program.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,220,516,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,193,365,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,171,465,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,171,465,000. This is $21,900,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the acquisition of 
ammunition for training and war reserve stocks, modernization 
and maintenance of equipment and facilities (including 
construction), and maintenance of inactive ammunition 
facilities.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    AMMUNITION

SMALL/MEDIUM CAL AMMUNITION:
     1 CTG, 5.56MM, ALL TYPES....................  .......      67,241  .......      67,241  .......  ..........
     2 CTG, 5.56MM ARMOR PIERCING M995...........    2,605       3,551    2,605       3,551  .......  ..........
     3 CTG, 7.62MM, ALL TYPES....................  .......      11,833  .......      11,833  .......  ..........
     4 CTG, 7.62MM ARMOR PIERCING XM993..........    1,168       2,412    1,168       2,412  .......  ..........
     5 CTG, 9MM, ALL TYPES.......................  .......       2,657  .......       2,657  .......  ..........
     6 CTG, .50 CAL, ALL TYPES...................  .......      26,823  .......      29,823  .......      +3,000
     7 CTG, CAL .50 API MK211 MOD 0..............      404       3,211      404       3,211  .......  ..........
     8 CTG, 20MM, ALL TYPES......................  .......          85  .......          85  .......  ..........
     9 CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES......................  .......      46,231  .......      46,231  .......  ..........
    10 CTG, 30MM, ALL TYPES......................  .......       9,811  .......       9,811  .......  ..........
    11 CTG, 40MM, ALL TYPES......................  .......      49,395  .......      29,395  .......     -20,000
    12 NONLETHAL WEAPONS CAPABILITY SET..........        5       5,891        5       5,891  .......
MORTAR AMMUNITION:
    13 60MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES....................  .......      45,389  .......      45,389  .......  ..........
    14 81MM MORTAR, ALL TYPES....................  .......  ..........  .......      18,000  .......     +18,000
    15 CTG, MORTAR 120MM HE M934 W/MO FUZE.......       50      39,536       50      47,536  .......      +8,000
    16 CTG, MORTAR 120MM ILLUM XM930 W/MTSQ FZ...        2       3,521        2       3,521  .......  ..........
    17 CTG, 120MM WP SMOKE M929A1................       11      11,480       11      11,480  .......  ..........
    18 CTG, 120MM IR ILLUM XM983.................        2       3,521        2       3,521  .......  ..........
TANK AMMUNITION:
    19 CTG, 105MM, HEP-T, W/FUZE F/TANK  M393....        1       6,036        1       6,036  .......  ..........
    20 CTG, 120MM APFSDS-T M829A2/M829E3.........        5      35,596        5      35,596  .......  ..........
    22 CTG, TANK 120MM TP-T M831/M831A1..........       86      46,200       86      46,200  .......  ..........
    23 CTG, TANK 120MM TPCSDS-T M865.............      198      97,487      198      97,487  .......  ..........
ARTILLERY AMMUNITION:
    24 CTG, ARTY 75MM BLANK M337A1...............       38       1,824       38       1,824  .......  ..........
    26 CTG, ARTY 105MM DPICM XM915...............  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    27 CTG, ARTY 105MM M927......................  .......          14  .......          14  .......  ..........
    28 CTG, ARTY 105MM ILLUM M314 SERIES.........        6       5,037        6       5,037  .......  ..........
    29 PROJ ARTY 155MM SMOKE WP M825.............  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    32 REMOTE AREA DENIAL ARTILLERY MUNITION           104      48,218      104      18,218  .......     -30,000
     (RADAM).....................................
    33 PROJ ARTY 155MM HE M107...................      224      41,400      224      41,400  .......  ..........
    34 MODULAR ARTILLERY CHARGE SYSTEM (MACS)....      836      87,413      836      47,413  .......     -40,000
ARTILLERY FUZES:
    35 ARTILLERY FUZES, ALL TYPES................  .......      56,443  .......      56,443  .......  ..........
MINES:
    36 MINE, TRAINING, ALL TYPES.................  .......       9,536  .......       9,536  .......  ..........
    37 MINE AT M87 (VOLCANO).....................  .......  ..........  .......      10,000  .......     +10,000
    38 WIDE AREA MUNITIONS.......................  .......       2,025  .......       2,025  .......  ..........
ROCKETS:
    39 BUNKER DEFEATING MUNITION (BDM)...........  .......  ..........  .......       7,000  .......      +7,000
    40 ROCKET, HYDRA 70, ALL TYPES...............  .......     136,654  .......     136,654  .......  ..........
OTHER AMMUNITION:
    41 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES...........  .......      18,168  .......      23,168  .......      +5,000
    42 GRENADES, ALL TYPES.......................  .......      25,710  .......      29,710  .......      +4,000
    43 SIGNALS, ALL TYPES........................  .......      10,611  .......       3,711  .......      -6,900
    44 SIMULATORS, ALL TYPES.....................  .......       3,409  .......       3,409  .......  ..........
MISCELLANEOUS:
    45 AMMO COMPONENTS, ALL TYPES................  .......       6,874  .......       6,874  .......  ..........
    46 CAD/PAD ALL TYPES.........................  .......       5,037  .......       5,037  .......  ..........
    47 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  .......      11,018  .......      11,018  .......  ..........
    48 AMMUNITION PECULIAR EQUIPMENT.............  .......       8,816  .......       8,816  .......  ..........
    49 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (AMMO)...  .......       5,218  .......       5,218  .......  ..........
    50 CLOSEOUT LIABILITIES......................  .......      32,213  .......      32,213  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AMMUNITION..........................  .......   1,033,545  .......     991,645  .......     -41,900

        AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT

PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT:
    51 PROVISION OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES........  .......      57,277  .......      57,277  .......  ..........
    52 LAYAWAY OF INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES..........  .......      13,815  .......      13,815  .......  ..........
    53 MAINTENANCE OF INACTIVE FACILITIES........  .......      10,802  .......      10,802  .......  ..........
    54 CONVENTIONAL AMMO DEMILITARIZATION........  .......      73,225  .......      73,225  .......  ..........
    55 ARMS INITIATIVE...........................  .......       4,701  .......      24,701  .......     +20,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AMMUNITION PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT..  .......     159,820  .......     179,820  .......     +20,000
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY.....  .......   1,193,365  .......   1,171,465  .......     -21,900
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   6CTG, .50 CAL, ALL           26,823          29,823          +3,000
     TYPES
        SLAP Munition   ..............  ..............          +3,000
  11CTG, 40MM, ALL              49,395          29,395         -20,000
     TYPES
        40MM MTP M918   ..............  ..............         -20,000
         Linked--Under
         Execution
  1481MM MORTAR, ALL    ..............          18,000         +18,000
     TYPES
        M816 81MM IR    ..............  ..............          +6,000
        M853 81MM       ..............  ..............          +7,000
         ILLUM
        M934 81MM MO    ..............  ..............          +5,000
  15CTG MORTAR 120MM            39,536          47,536          +8,000
     HE M934 W/MO FUZE
        M934 120MM HE   ..............  ..............          +8,000
  32REMOTE AREA DENIAL          48,218          18,218         -30,000
     ARTILLERY
     MUNITION (RADAM)
        Cost growth     ..............  ..............         -30,000
  34MODULAR ARTILLERY           87,413          47,413         -40,000
     CHARGE SYSTEM
     (MACS)
        Cost growth     ..............  ..............         -40,000
  37MINE AT M87         ..............          10,000         +10,000
     (VOLCANO)
        VOLCANO         ..............  ..............         +10,000
  39BUNKER DEFEATING    ..............           7,000          +7,000
     MUNITION
        SMAW            ..............  ..............          +7,000
  41DEMOLITION                  18,168          23,168          +5,000
     MUNITIONS, ALL
     TYPES
        APOBS           ..............  ..............          +5,000
  42GRENADES, ALL               25,710          29,710          +4,000
     TYPES
        M83 SMOKE       ..............  ..............          +4,000
  43SIGNALS, ALL TYPES          10,611           3,711          -6,900
        Practice M8     ..............  ..............          -6,900
  55ARMS INITIATIVE              4,701          24,701         +20,000
        Additional      ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Funding
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    CTG 40mm.--The Committee recommends $29,395,000 a reduction 
of $20,000,000 to the President's budget request. The Committee 
is concerned with chronic under execution of funds and 
encourages the Army to better budget for its 40mm needs.
    Modular Artillery Charge System.--The Committee recommends 
an appropriation of $47,413,000, a reduction of $40,000,000 to 
the President's request. The Committee believes acceleration of 
the program is unwarranted until further decisions are made 
regarding the Crusader system. In addition, acceleration in 
procurement does not provide the expected unit cost savings.
    Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization.--The Committee is 
concerned that funding requested for the program has eroded 
since fiscal year 1996. A robust and stable demilitarization 
program remains necessary to deal with the growing stockpile of 
obsolete/surplus munitions. The Committee commends the 
development and execution of environmentally sound 
methodologies for the demilitarization program. However, the 
program is far less efficient and economic at both military and 
private sector facilities without proper funding. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends disapproving the Department's omnibus 
request to reprogram $4,000,000 from the program and instructs 
the Army to more appropriately fund ammunition 
demilitarization.
    HYDRA-70 Rocket.--The Committee understands that the Army 
has a robust requirement for the HYDRA-70 2.75-inch rocket, 
which provides fire suppression and carries out precision 
strikes. The Committee is concerned about reports that the 
program will be prematurely terminated before full development 
of the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS), not 
expected to be fielded until fiscal year 2006. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Army not to take any action that 
could have an adverse impact on current HYDRA-70 production.

                        Other Procurement, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $4,497,009,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   3,961,737,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,160,186,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,160,186,000. This is $198,449,000 above the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the acquisition and lease 
of: tactical and commercial vehicles including trucks, 
semitrailers, and trailers of all types to provide mobility to 
field forces and the Army logistical system; communications and 
electronics equipment of all types to provide fixed, semifixed, 
and mobile strategic and tactical communications equipment; and 
other support equipment such as chemical defensive equipment, 
tactical bridging equipment, maintenance shop sets, 
construction equipment, floating and rail equipment, generators 
and power units, material-handling equipment, medical support 
equipment, special equipment for user testing, and training 
devices that are not specific to a particular weapon system. In 
each of these activities, funds are also included for 
modification of inservice equipment, spares and repair parts, 
and production base support.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES

TACTICAL VEHICLES:
      1 TACTICAL TRAILERS/DOLLY SETS.............  .......       3,723  .......       3,723  .......  ..........
      2 SEMITRAILERS, FLATBED....................  .......      29,317  .......      29,317  .......  ..........
      3 SEMITRAILERS, TANKERS....................  .......       6,664  .......       6,664  .......  ..........
      4 SEMITRAILER VAN CGO SUPPLY 12T 4WHL             95       7,300       95  ..........  .......      -7,300
     M129A2C.....................................
      5 HI MOB MULTI-PURP WHLD VEH  (HMMWV)......  .......     130,821  .......     157,821  .......     +27,000
      6 TRUCK, DUMP, 20T (CCE)...................       30       8,078       30       8,078  .......  ..........
      7 FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEH  (FMTV)....  .......     467,386  .......     467,386  .......  ..........
      8 FIRETRUCKS and ASSOCIATED FIREFIGHTING     .......       5,024  .......      10,524  .......      +5,500
     EQUIPMEN....................................
      9 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV).  .......     157,633  .......     157,633  .......  ..........
     10 ARMORED SECURITY VEHICLES (ASV)..........       20      14,483       20      19,483  .......      +5,000
     11 TRUCK, TRACTOR, LINE HAUL, M915/ M916....  .......      47,507  .......      47,507  .......  ..........
     12 TOWING DEVICE, 5TH WHEEL.................       34       2,013       34       2,013  .......  ..........
     13 TRUCK, TRACTOR, YARD TYPE, M878 (C/S)....       35       4,003       35       4,003  .......  ..........
     14 HVY EXPANDED MOBILE TACTICAL TRUCK EXT         169      31,304      169      31,304  .......  ..........
     SERV........................................
     15 LINE HAUL ESP............................      240      18,515      240      18,515  .......  ..........
     16 MODIFICATION OF IN SVC EQUIP.............  .......      49,184  .......      56,684  .......      +7,500
     17 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TAC  VEH)....  .......       1,903  .......       1,903  .......  ..........
NON-TACTICAL VEHICLES:
     18 HEAVY ARMORED SEDAN......................        3         585        3         585  .......  ..........
     19 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES..............  .......       1,115  .......       1,115  .......  ..........
     20 NONTACTICAL VEHICLES, OTHER..............       53       5,458       53       5,458  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TACTICAL AND SUPPORT VEHICLES.......  .......     992,016  .......   1,029,716  .......     +37,700

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

COMM--JOINT COMMUNICATIONS:
     21 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM............  .......      13,147  .......      13,147  .......  ..........
     22 JCSE EQUIPMENT (USREDCOM)................  .......       5,594  .......       5,594  .......
COMM--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
     23 DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM    .......      99,420  .......     107,220  .......      +7,800
     (SPACE).....................................
     24 SHF TERM.................................  .......      16,951  .......  ..........  .......     -16,951
     25 SAT TERM, EMUT (SPACE)...................  .......      12,640  .......      12,640  .......  ..........
     26 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE)    7,120      20,806    7,120      20,806  .......  ..........
     27 SMART-T (SPACE)..........................  .......      21,704  .......      21,704  .......  ..........
     28 SCAMP (SPACE)............................  .......       3,562  .......       3,562  .......  ..........
     29 GLOBAL BRDCST SVC--GBS...................  .......       6,969  .......       6,969  .......  ..........
     30 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SAT)............  .......       2,492  .......       2,492  .......  ..........
COMM--C3 SYSTEM:
     31 ARMY GLOBAL CMD and CONTROL SYS (AGCCS)..  .......       8,622  .......       8,622  .......  ..........
COMM--COMBAT COMMUNICATIONS:
     32 ARMY DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (DATA        .......      46,332  .......      72,332  .......     +26,000
     RADIO)......................................
     33 SINCGARS FAMILY..........................  .......      20,687  .......      20,687  .......  ..........
     34 TRACTOR CAGE.............................  .......       1,866  .......       1,866  .......  ..........
     35 JOINT TACTICAL AREA COMMAND SYSTEMS......  .......         971  .......         971  .......  ..........
     36 ACUS MOD PROGRAM.........................  .......     113,137  .......     169,637  .......     +56,500
     37 COMMS-ELEC EQUIP FIELDING................  .......       3,412  .......       3,712  .......        +300
     38 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM COMM/          .......       5,136  .......       5,136  .......  ..........
     ELECTRONICS.................................
     40 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR (CSEL)....  .......      12,720  .......      12,720  .......  ..........
     41 MEDICAL COMM FOR CBT CASUALTY CARE (MC4).  .......       7,703  .......       7,703  .......  ..........
COMM--INTELLIGENCE COMM:
     42 CI AUTOMATION ARCHITECTURE...............  .......       1,635  .......       1,635  .......  ..........
INFORMATION SECURITY:
     43 TSEC--ARMY KEY MGT SYS (AKMS)............  .......      12,203  .......      12,203  .......  ..........
     44 INFORMATION SYSTEM SECURITY PROGRAM-ISSP.  .......      42,244  .......      51,244  .......      +9,000
COMM--LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS:
     45 TERRESTRIAL TRANSMISSION.................  .......       2,038  .......       2,038  .......  ..........
     46 BASE SUPPORT COMMUNICATIONS..............  .......      11,739  .......      13,739  .......      +2,000
     47 ARMY DISN ROUTER.........................  .......       4,931  .......       4,931  .......  ..........
     48 ELECTROMAG COMP PROG (EMCP)..............  .......         462  .......         462  .......  ..........
     49 WW TECH CON IMP PROG (WWTCIP)............  .......       2,998  .......       2,998  .......  ..........
COMM--BASE COMMUNICATIONS:
     50 INFORMATION SYSTEMS......................  .......     166,679  .......     166,679  .......  ..........
     51 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS).............  .......      18,463  .......      18,463  .......  ..........
     52 LOCAL AREA NETWORK (LAN).................  .......     103,965  .......     103,965  .......  ..........
     53 PENTAGON INFORMATION MGT AND TELECOM.....  .......      33,605  .......      33,605  .......  ..........
ELECT EQUIP--NAT FOR INT PROG (NFIP):
     54 FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROG (FCI)...  .......         877  .......         877  .......  ..........
     55 GENERAL DEFENSE INTELL PROG (GDIP).......  .......      27,994  .......      31,994  .......      +4,000
ELECT EQUIP--TACT INT REL ACT (TIARA):
     56 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYS (ASAS) (TIARA)...  .......      46,931  .......      46,931  .......  ..........
     57 JTT/CIBS-M (TIARA).......................       59      10,345       59      10,345  .......  ..........
     58 PROPHET GROUND (TIARA)...................       28      15,734       28      15,734  .......  ..........
     59 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (TUAV)..       12      84,300       12      48,500  .......     -35,800
     60 JOINT STARS (ARMY) (TIARA)...............  .......      21,304  .......      21,304  .......  ..........
     61 DIGITAL TOPOGRAPHIC SPT SYS (DTSS)         .......      20,124  .......      20,124  .......  ..........
     (TIARA).....................................
     64 TACTICAL EXPLOITATION SYSTEM/DCGS-A        .......      26,168  .......      26,168  .......  ..........
     (TIARA).....................................
     65 COMMON IMAGERY GROUND/SURFACE SYSTEM       .......       2,611  .......       2,611  .......  ..........
     (CIGSS).....................................
     66 TROJAN (TIARA)...........................  .......       4,895  .......       4,895  .......  ..........
     67 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (INTEL SPT) (TIARA)..  .......       1,744  .......       1,744  .......  ..........
     68 CI HUMINT AUTOMATED TOOL SET (CHATS)       .......       1,492  .......       1,492  .......  ..........
     (TIARA).....................................
     69 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (TIARA).......  .......       2,091  .......       2,091  .......  ..........
ELECT EQUIP--ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW):
     70 SHORTSTOP................................  .......           5  .......           5  .......  ..........
     71 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE/SECURITY               .......       2,306  .......       2,306  .......  ..........
     COUNTERMEASURES.............................
ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL SURV. (TAC SURV):
     72 FAAD GBS.................................  .......       1,887  .......       1,887  .......  ..........
     73 SENTINEL MODS............................  .......      30,885  .......      31,685  .......        +800
     74 NIGHT VISION DEVICES.....................  .......      37,019  .......      39,019  .......      +2,000
     75 LONG RANGE ADVANCED SCOUT SURVEILLANCE          80      44,535       80      44,535  .......  ..........
     SYSTEM......................................
     76 LTWT VIDEO RECON SYSTEM (LWVRS)..........       16       1,339       16       1,339  .......  ..........
     77 NIGHT VISION, THERMAL WPN SIGHT..........    1,643      35,134    1,643      35,134  .......  ..........
     78 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION/AIMING LIGHT.......  .......       8,503  .......      11,503  .......      +3,000
     79 ARTILLERY ACCURACY EQUIP.................  .......      10,413  .......      10,413  .......  ..........
     80 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MMS)................  .......         935  .......         935  .......  ..........
     81 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (MVS)................  .......         251  .......         251  .......  ..........
     83 MOD OF IN-SVC EQUIP (TAC SURV)...........  .......      21,478  .......      21,478  .......  ..........
     84 FORCE XXI BATTLE CMD BRIGADE AND BELOW       1,655      74,663    1,655      74,663  .......  ..........
     (FBCB2).....................................
     85 LIGHTWEIGHT LASER DESIGNATOR/RANGEFINDER        21       7,059       21       7,059  .......  ..........
     (LLD........................................
     87 MORTAR FIRE CONTROL SYSTEM...............       53      16,785       53       9,785  .......      -7,000
     88 INTEGRATED MET SYS SENSORS (IMETS)--TIARA  .......       2,521  .......       2,521  .......  ..........
ELECT EQUIP--TACTICAL C2 SYSTEMS:
     89 TACTICAL OPERATIONS CENTERS..............  .......      38,952  .......      38,952  .......  ..........
     90 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACT DATA SYS          .......      49,476  .......      49,476  .......  ..........
     (AFATDS)....................................
     91 LIGHT WEIGHT TECHICAL FIRE DIRECTION SYS   .......       1,677  .......       1,677  .......  ..........
     (LWT........................................
     92 CMBT SVC SUPT CONTROL SYS (CSSCS)........  .......      25,201  .......      25,201  .......  ..........
     93 FAAD C2..................................  .......       8,900  .......       8,900  .......  ..........
     95 AIR and MSL DEFENSE PLANNING AND CONTROL   .......      10,299  .......      10,299  .......  ..........
     SYS (AMD....................................
     96 FORWARD ENTRY DEVICE (FED)...............  .......      15,915  .......      15,915  .......  ..........
     97 STRIKER-COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM.......       31      21,442       31      21,442  .......  ..........
     98 LIFE CYCLE SOFTWARE SUPPORT (LCSS).......  .......         936  .......         936  .......  ..........
     99 LOGTECH..................................  .......       8,212  .......       8,212  .......  ..........
    100 TC AIMS II...............................  .......      25,512  .......      25,512  .......  ..........
    101 GUN LAYING AND POS SYS (GLPS)............      131      12,079      131      12,079  .......  ..........
    102 ISYSCON EQUIPMENT........................  .......      32,448  .......      32,448  .......  ..........
    103 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM (MCS)............       49       6,839       49       5,439  .......      -1,400
    104 STAMIS TACTICAL COMPUTERS  (STACOMP).....  .......      60,621  .......      47,621  .......     -13,000
    105 STANDARD INTEGRATED CMD POST SYSTEM......  .......      30,513  .......      35,513  .......      +5,000
ELECT EQUIP--AUTOMATION:
    106 ARMY TRAINING MODERNIZATION..............  .......      26,312  .......      26,312  .......  ..........
    107 AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING EQUIP..........  .......     146,885  .......     160,885  .......     +14,000
    108 RESERVE COMPONENT AUTOMATION SYS (RCAS)..  .......      89,319  .......      89,319  .......  ..........
ELECT EQUIP--AUDIO VISUAL SYS (A/V):
    109 SPECIAL INFORMATION OPERATIONS (SIO)       .......         206  .......         206  .......  ..........
     (TIARA).....................................
    110 AFRTS....................................  .......       2,481  .......       2,481  .......  ..........
    111 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (A/V).........  .......       5,778  .......       5,778  .......  ..........
    112 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (SURVEYING      .......         631  .......         631  .......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT)..................................
ELECT EQUIP--SUPPORT:
    113 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (C-E)............  .......         419  .......         419  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        .......   2,008,214  .......   2,064,463  .......     +56,249
       EQUIPMENT.................................

             OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

CHEMICAL DEFENSIVE EQUIPMENT:
    114 SMOKE and OBSCURANT FAMILY: SOF (NON AAO   .......      23,547  .......      23,547  .......  ..........
     ITEM).......................................
BRIDGING EQUIPMENT:
    115 TACTICAL BRIDGING, DRY SUPPORT...........  .......      25,752  .......      25,752  .......  ..........
    116 TACTICAL BRIDGE, FLOAT-RIBBON............  .......      48,181  .......      48,181  .......  ..........
ENGINEER (NON-CONSTRUCTION) EQUIPMENT:
    117 DISPENSER, MINE M139.....................  .......       2,400  .......       2,400  .......  ..........
    119 GRND STANDOFF MINE DETECTION SYSTEM        .......      13,272  .......      13,272  .......  ..........
     (GSTAMIDS...................................
    120 WIDE AREA MUNITIONS (REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)      274       3,317      274       3,317  .......  ..........
    121 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQPMT (EOD      11,207       4,058   11,207       4,058  .......  ..........
     EQPMT)......................................
    122 LESS THAN $5 MILLION (COUNTERMINE          .......         156  .......         156  .......  ..........
     EQUIPMENT)..................................
COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    124 HEATERS AND ECU'S........................  .......       5,082  .......       5,082  .......  ..........
    125 LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS AND LATRINES..........  .......      23,232  .......      26,232  .......      +3,000
    126 SOLDIER ENHANCEMENT......................  .......       3,148  .......       3,148  .......  ..........
    127 LIGHTWEIGHT MAINTENANCE ENCLOSURE (LME)..      276       3,636      276       8,636  .......      +5,000
    129 FIELD FEEDING AND REFRIGERATION..........  .......       7,043  .......       7,043  .......  ..........
    131 CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS.......................  .......  ..........  .......       8,000  .......      +8,000
    132 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (CSS- EQ).....  .......       4,001  .......       4,001  .......  ..........
PETROLEUM EQUIPMENT:
    134 QUALITY SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT...........  .......       7,694  .......       7,694  .......  ..........
    135 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, PETROLEUM AND WATER  .......      18,294  .......      18,294  .......  ..........
    137 ASSAULT HOSELINE SYSTEM..................       35       5,361       35       5,361  .......  ..........
    138 INLAND PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.....  .......       1,706  .......       1,706  .......  ..........
WATER EQUIPMENT:
    140 WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEMS...............  .......      39,289  .......      39,289  .......  ..........
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT:
    142 COMBAT SUPPORT MEDICAL...................  .......      16,731  .......      22,731  .......      +6,000
MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT:
    143 SHOP EQ CONTACT MAINTENANCE TRK MTD (MYP)      160       9,979      160       9,979  .......  ..........
    144 WELDING SHOP, TRAILER MTD................      144       6,053      144       6,053  .......  ..........
    145 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MAINT  EQ)...  .......       2,617  .......       2,617  .......  ..........
CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT:
    147 SCRAPER, EARTHMOVING, 7\1/2\ CU YD.......  .......       7,230  .......       7,230  .......  ..........
    148 DISTR, WATER, SP MIN 2500G SEC/NON-SEC...       28       1,006       28       1,006  .......  ..........
    149 MISSION MODULES--ENGINEERING.............  .......       6,121  .......      13,121  .......      +7,000
    150 COMPACTOR................................       50       4,589       50       4,589  .......  ..........
    151 LOADERS..................................  .......      12,669  .......      12,669  .......  ..........
    152 HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR......................       21       4,589       21       4,589  .......  ..........
    153 DEPLOYABLE UNIVERSAL COMBAT EARTH MOVERS.  .......       5,301  .......      12,301  .......      +7,000
    154 TRACTOR, FULL TRACKED....................  .......       2,018  .......       2,018  .......  ..........
    155 CRANES...................................  .......      22,029  .......      22,029  .......  ..........
    156 CRUSHING/SCREENING PLANT, 150 TPH........        2       4,474        2       4,474  .......  ..........
    157 PLANT, ASPHALT MIXING....................        1       2,013        1       2,013  .......  ..........
    158 ARMORED COMBAT EARTHMOVER, M9 ACE........        1       1,107        1       1,107  .......  ..........
    159 TACTICAL RAPID EXCAVATION SYSTEM (TRES)..        1       5,031        1       5,031  .......  ..........
    160 CONST EQUIP ESP..........................  .......      12,974  .......      12,974  .......  ..........
    161 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (CONST EQUIP).  .......      12,428  .......      12,428  .......  ..........
RAIL FLOAT CONTAINERIZATION EQUIPMENT:
    164 LOGISTIC SUPPORT VESSEL (LSV)............        1      25,437        1      25,437  .......  ..........
    168 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (FLOAT/RAIL)..  .......       3,254  .......       3,254  .......  ..........
GENERATORS:
    169 GENERATORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIP..........  .......      59,768  .......      59,768  .......  ..........
MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
    170 ROUGH TERRAIN CONTAINER HANDLER (RTCH)...       84      43,353       84      43,353  .......  ..........
    171 ALL TERRAIN LIFTING ARMY SYSTEM..........      145      21,062      145      21,062  .......  ..........
    172 MHE EXTENDED SERVICE PROGRAM  (ESP)......        5       1,007        5       1,007  .......  ..........
    174 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (MHE).........  .......         481  .......         481  .......  ..........
TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
    175 CTC INSTRUMENTATION SUPPORT..............  .......      10,307  .......      10,307  .......  ..........
    176 TRAINING DEVICES, NONSYSTEM..............  .......      74,481  .......     123,981  .......     +49,500
    177 CLOSE COMBAT TACTICAL TRAINER............  .......      36,783  .......      36,783  .......  ..........
    178 AVIATION COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER    .......      25,227  .......      27,227  .......      +2,000
     (AVCA.......................................
TEST MEASURE AND DIG EQUIPMENT (TMD):
    180 CALIBRATION SETS EQUIPMENT...............  .......      16,001  .......      16,001  .......  ..........
    181 INTEGRATED FAMILY OF TEST EQUIPMENT        .......      52,397  .......      67,397  .......     +15,000
     (IFTE)......................................
    182 TEST EQUIPMENT MODERNIZATION (TEMOD).....  .......      15,655  .......      15,655  .......  ..........
    183 ARMY DIAGNOSTICS IMPROVEMENT PGM (ADIP)..  .......      18,344  .......      18,344  .......  ..........
    184 RECONFIGURABLE SIMULATORS................  .......         365  .......         365  .......  ..........
    185 PHYSICAL SECURITY SYSTEMS (OPA3).........  .......      69,227  .......      69,227  .......  ..........
    186 BASE LEVEL COM'L EQUIPMENT...............  .......       8,696  .......       8,696  .......  ..........
    187 MODIFICATION OF IN-SVC EQUIPMENT (OPA-3).  .......      32,468  .......      32,468  .......  ..........
    188 PRODUCTION BASE SUPPORT (OTH)............  .......       2,545  .......       2,545  .......  ..........
    189 SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR USER TEST-  ING....  .......      16,400  .......      20,400  .......      +4,000
    190 MA8975...................................  .......       6,057  .......       6,057  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  .......     917,443  .......   1,023,943  .......    +106,500

              SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS

193 INITIAL SPARES--C&E..........................;  .......      43,093  .......      41,093  .......      -2,000
194 INITIAL SPARES--OTHER SUPPORT EQUIP..........  .......         971  .......         971  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS..............  .......      44,064  .......      42,064  .......      -2,000
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY.............  .......   3,961,737  .......   4,160,186  .......    +198,449
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4SEMITRAILER VAN              7,300  ..............          -7,300
     CGO SUPPLY 12T
     4WHL M129A2C
        Requirements    ..............  ..............          -7,300
         Fulfilled
   5HI MOB MULTI-PURP          130,821         157,821         +27,000
     WHLD VEH (HMMWV)
        Up-armored      ..............  ..............         +27,000
         HMMWV
   8FIRETRUCKS &                 5,024          10,524          +5,500
     ASSOCIATED
     FIREFIGHTING
     EQUIPMENT
        Tactical Fire   ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Trucks
  10ARMORED SECURITY            14,483          19,483          +5,000
     VEHICLES (ASV)
  16MODIFICATION OF IN          49,184          56,684          +7,500
     SVC EQUIP
        Aluminum Mesh   ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Tank Liner
  23DEFENSE SATELLITE           99,420         107,220          +7,800
     COMMUNICATIONS
     SYSTEM
        Teleports       ..............  ..............          +7,800
  24SHF TERM                    16,951  ..............         -16,951
        Program         ..............  ..............         -16,951
         Termination
  32ARMY DATA                   46,332          72,332         +26,000
     DISTRIBUTION
     SYSTEM (DATA
     RADIO)
        EPLRS           ..............  ..............         +26,000
  36ACUS MOD PROGRAM           113,137         169,637         +56,500
        AN/TTC Single   ..............  ..............         +38,000
         Shelter
         Switches w/
         Associated
         Support
        Blackjack       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Secure
         Facsimile
        USARPAC C4      ..............  ..............          +8,500
         Suites
  37COMMS-ELEC EQUIP             3,412           3,712            +300
     FIELDING
        USARPAC GCCS-A  ..............  ..............            +300
         Suites
  44INFORMATION SYSTEM          42,244          51,244          +9,000
     SECURITY PROGRAM-
     ISSP
        Biometrics      ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Information
         Assurance
         Progam
  46BASE SUPPORT                11,739          13,739          +2,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
        Trunked Radio   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         System
  59TACTICAL UNMANNED           84,300          48,500         -35,800
     AERIAL VEHICLE
        FRP Delay       ..............  ..............         -35,800
  73SENTINEL MODS               30,885          31,685            +800
        USARPAC Trojan  ..............  ..............            +800
         Lite
  74NIGHT VISION                37,019          39,019          +2,000
     DEVICES
        Borelight       ..............  ..............          +2,000
  78COMBAT                       8,503          11,503          +3,000
     IDENTIFICATION/
     AIMING LIGHT
        AN/PEQ-2A       ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Target
         Pointer
  87MORTAR FIRE                 16,785           9,785          -7,000
     CONTROL SYSTEM
        Program Delays  ..............  ..............          -7,000
 103MANEUVER CONTROL             6,839           5,439          -1,400
     SYSTEMS
        Program Delays  ..............  ..............          -1,400
 104STAMIS TACTICAL             60,621          47,621         -13,000
     COMPUTERS
     (STACOMP)
        Program Delays  ..............  ..............         -13,000
 105STANDARD                    30,513          35,513          +5,000
     INTEGRATED CMD
     POST SYSTEM
        Modular         ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Command Post
 107AUTOMATED DATA             146,885         160,885         +14,000
     PROCESSING EQUIP
        Maintenance     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Automatic
         Identificatio
         n Technology
        National Guard  ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Distance
         Learning
         Courseware
 125LAUNDRIES, SHOWERS          23,232          26,232          +3,000
     AND LATRINES
        Laundry         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Advance
         Systems
         (LADS)
 127LIGHTWEIGHT                  3,636           8,636          +5,000
     MAINTENANCE
     ENCLOSURE
 131CAMOUFLAGE: ULCANS  ..............           8,000          +8,000
        ULCANS          ..............  ..............          +8,000
 142COMBAT SUPPORT              16,731          22,731          +6,000
     MEDICAL
        Rapid           ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Intravenous
         Infusion Pump
        Hema Cool       ..............  ..............          +2,000
 149MISSION MODULES--            6,121          13,121          +7,000
     ENGINEERING
        Additional      ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Mission
         Modules
 153DEPLOYABLE                   5,301          12,301          +7,000
     UNIVERSAL COMBAT
     EARTH MOVERS
        Additional      ..............  ..............          +7,000
         DEUCE
 176TRAINING DEVICES,           74,481         123,981         +49,500
     NONSYSTEM
        Abrams &        ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Bradley
         Interactive
         Skills
         Trainer
        SIMNET          ..............  ..............         +15,000
        AFIST           ..............  ..............          +9,000
        Military        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Operations in
         Urban
         Environments
         Terminal (MOU
         T)
        Ft. Wainwright  ..............  ..............          +6,500
         MOUT
         Instrumentati
         on
        Miles 2000 for  ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Cope Thunder
 178AVIATION COMBINED           25,227          27,227          +2,000
     ARMS TACTICAL
     TRAINER (AVCATT)
        Aviation        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Reconfigurabl
         e Man
         Simulator
         (ARMS)
 181INTEGRATED FAMILY           52,397          67,397         +15,000
     OF TEST EQUIPMENT
     (IFTE)
        IFTE            ..............  ..............         +15,000
 189SPECIAL EQUIPMENT           16,400          20,400          +4,000
     FOR USER TESTING
        Target          ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Receiver
         Injection
         Module Threat
         Simulator
 193INITIAL SPARES--            43,093          41,093          -2,000
     C&E;
        SMART-T         ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Program
         Delays
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    Semitrailer Van Cargo.--The Committee does not recommend 
funding the $7,300,000 requested for the M129A2C as the Army 
previously reported that its acquisition needs for the platform 
had been fulfilled. In addition, the Committee feels 
procurement of the current trailer should be curtailed as the 
more capable follow-on trailer is scheduled for production in 
fiscal year 2003.
    STAR-T.--The Army terminated the STAR-T program in fiscal 
year 2001, however the President's budget requests $16,951,000 
in funding for fiscal year 2002. While the Committee 
understands that the Army's requirement for an operable system 
remains, the Committee is concerned that the Army reprogramed 
approximately $9,900,000 in previously provided funding out of 
the program and subsequently requested funding for fiscal year 
2002. The Committee recommends the Army make a suitable 
determination regarding the program's future before additional 
funding is requested.
    Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (TUAV).--The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $35,800,000 since the Shadow 200 has 
not successfully completed operational testing. While the 
Committee supports the Army's requirement for a follow-on TUAV 
to replace HUNTER, the system's viability needs to be validated 
prior to purchasing additional units.
    Mortar Fire Control System.--The Committee recommends a 
$7,000,000 reduction to the President's budget request. While 
the capabilities the Mortar Fire Control System promises are 
encouraging, the software development continues to experience 
setbacks. Until such problems are rectified, the Committee 
recommends a slowing of procurement funding.
    Stamis Tactical Computers.--The Committee is aware of the 
Global Combat Support System restructuring that occurred during 
fiscal year 2001 and recommends a reduction of $13,000,000 to 
the President's budget request.

                       Aircraft Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $8,477,138,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   8,252,543,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,030,043,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,030,043,000. This is $222,500,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the construction, 
procurement, production, modification, and modernization of 
aircraft, including ordnance systems, ground support equipment, 
flight simulators, spare parts, accessories, and specialized 
equipment; and expansion of public and private plants.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
COMBAT AIRCRAFT:
     3 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP)..........       48   3,067,522       48   3,032,522  .......     -35,000
     4 F/A-18E/F (FIGHTER) HORNET (MYP) (AP-CY)..  .......      88,876  .......      88,876  .......  ..........
     5 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)........................       12   1,009,881        9     783,181       -3    -226,700
     6 V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT) (AP-CY)................  .......      48,428  .......      36,428  .......     -12,000
     7 AH-1W (HELICOPTER) SEA COBRA..............  .......       1,383  .......       1,383  .......  ..........
     8 SH-60R....................................  .......      25,064  .......      18,564  .......      -6,500
     9 E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE  (MYP).......        5     242,746        5     242,746  .......  ..........
    10 E-2C (EARLY WARNING) HAWKEYE (MYP) (AP-CY)  .......      36,191  .......      36,191  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT.....................  .......   4,520,091  .......   4,239,891  .......    -280,200
AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
    11 CH-60S (MYP)..............................       13     181,957       13     181,957  .......  ..........
    12 CH-60S (MYP) (AP-CY)......................  .......      64,212  .......      64,212  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT....................  .......     246,169  .......     246,169  .......  ..........
TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
    16 T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK..................        6     179,331        6     179,331  .......  ..........
    17 T-45TS (TRAINER) GOSHAWK (AP-CY)..........  .......  ..........  .......      13,000  .......     +13,000
    18 JPATS.....................................  .......  ..........       16      44,600      +16     +44,600
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TRAINER AIRCRAFT....................  .......     179,331  .......     236,931  .......     +57,600
OTHER AIRCRAFT:
    19 KC-130J...................................        4     299,047        4     289,447  .......      -9,600
MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT:
    20 EA-6 SERIES...............................  .......     137,645  .......     157,645  .......     +20,000
    21 AV-8 SERIES...............................  .......      49,541  .......      85,541  .......     +36,000
    22 F-14 SERIES...............................  .......       4,504  .......       7,504  .......      +3,000
    23 ADVERSARY.................................  .......      34,769  .......      34,769  .......  ..........
    24 F-18 SERIES...............................  .......     193,206  .......     254,106  .......     +60,900
    25 H-46 SERIES...............................  .......      38,664  .......      38,664  .......  ..........
    26 AH-1W SERIES..............................  .......      10,821  .......      10,821  .......  ..........
    27 H-53 SERIES...............................  .......      16,541  .......      16,541  .......  ..........
    28 SH-60 SERIES..............................  .......       1,735  .......       7,735  .......      +6,000
    29 H-1 SERIES................................  .......       1,149  .......       1,149  .......  ..........
    30 H-3 SERIES................................  .......       4,191  .......       4,191  .......  ..........
    31 EP-3 SERIES...............................  .......     123,747  .......     117,047  .......      -6,700
    32 P-3 SERIES................................  .......     113,191  .......     176,191  .......     +63,000
    33 S-3 SERIES................................  .......      43,242  .......      43,242  .......  ..........
    34 E-2 SERIES................................  .......      14,636  .......      14,636  .......  ..........
    35 TRAINER A/C SERIES........................  .......       5,155  .......       5,155  .......  ..........
    36 C-2A......................................  .......      27,369  .......      27,369  .......  ..........
    37 C-130 SERIES..............................  .......       5,407  .......       5,407  .......  ..........
    38 FEWSG.....................................  .......         643  .......         643  .......  ..........
    39 CARGO/TRANSPORT A/C SERIES................  .......       4,224  .......       4,224  .......  ..........
    40 E-6 SERIES................................  .......      74,847  .......      73,347  .......      -1,500
    41 EXECUTIVE HELICOPTERS SERIES..............  .......      16,183  .......      16,183  .......  ..........
    42 SPECIAL PROJECT AIRCRAFT..................  .......       3,088  .......       3,088  .......  ..........
    43 T-45 SERIES...............................  .......      12,778  .......       5,578  .......      -7,200
    44 POWER PLANT CHANGES.......................  .......      13,083  .......      13,083  .......  ..........
    45 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT......................  .......      33,315  .......      33,315  .......  ..........
    46 COMMON AVIONICS CHANGES...................  .......      65,147  .......      65,147  .......  ..........
    47 V-22 (TILT/ROTOR ACFT) OSPREY.............  .......      35,000  .......  ..........  .......     -35,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF AIRCRAFT............  .......   1,083,821  .......   1,222,321  .......    +138,500
AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS:
    48 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS...................  .......   1,420,252  .......   1,305,452  .......    -114,800
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT and FACILITIES:
    49 COMMON GROUND EQUIPMENT...................  .......     332,926  .......     319,226  .......     -13,700
    50 AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES............  .......      18,219  .......      18,219  .......  ..........
    51 WAR CONSUMABLES...........................  .......      12,585  .......      16,585  .......      +4,000
    52 OTHER PRODUCTION CHARGES..................  .......      27,637  .......      23,337  .......      -4,300
    53 SPECIAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................  .......     110,897  .......     110,897  .......  ..........
    54 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION..........  .......       1,568  .......       1,568  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND        .......     503,832  .......     489,832  .......     -14,000
       FACILITIES................................
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY..........  .......   8,252,543  .......   8,030,043  .......    -222,500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3F/A-18E/F                3,067,522       3,032,522         -35,000
     (FIGHTER) HORNET
     (MYP)
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -35,000
         Growth:
         Ancillary
         Support
         Equipment
   5V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)       1,009,881         783,181        -226,700
        Purchase 9      ..............  ..............        -226,700
         vice 12
         Aircraft
   6V-22 (MEDIUM LIFT)          48,428          36,428         -12,000
     (AP)
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -12,000
         Growth:
         Unrealistic
         Schedule
   8SH-60R                      25,064          18,564          -6,500
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -6,500
         Ancillary
         Equipment
         Costs
  17T-45TS (TRAINER)    ..............          13,000         +13,000
     GOSHAWK
        Purchase        ..............  ..............         +13,000
         Operational
         Flight
         Trainers
  18JPATS               ..............          44,600         +44,600
        Purchase 16     ..............  ..............         +44,600
         Aircraft
  19KC-130J                    299,047         289,447          -9,600
        Excessive Unit  ..............  ..............          -9,600
         Cost Growth
  20EA-6 SERIES                137,645         157,645         +20,000
        Band 9/10       ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Transmitters
  21AV-8 SERIES                 49,541          85,541         +36,000
        Litening Pods   ..............  ..............         +36,000
  22F-14 SERIES                  4,504           7,504          +3,000
        TARPS/CD        ..............  ..............          +3,000
  24F-18 SERIES                193,206         254,106         +60,900
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -3,500
         Growth: SLMP
         and MIDS
        AT FLIR         ..............  ..............         +30,000
        ECP-583         ..............  ..............         +34,400
  28SH-60 SERIES                 1,735           7,735          +6,000
        Airborne Low    ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Frquency
         Sonars (ALFS)
  31EP-3 SERIES                123,747         117,047          -6,700
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............         -14,700
         Slow
         Execution
        ARIES II VME    ..............  ..............          +8,000
         SIGINT tuner
  32P-3 SERIES                 113,191         176,191         +63,000
        CNS/ATM         ..............  ..............          +9,000
        Anti-Surface    ..............  ..............         +48,000
         Warfare
         Improvement
         Upgrades
        PACT Trainer    ..............  ..............          +6,000
  40E-6 SERIES                  74,847          73,347          -1,500
        Schedule Slip   ..............  ..............          -1,500
  43T-45 SERIES                 12,778           5,578          -7,200
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -7,200
         Increases:
         Directional
         Control Mods
  47V-22 (TILT/ROTOR            35,000  ..............         -35,000
     ACFT) OSPREY
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............         -35,000
         Funding
  48SPARES AND REPAIR        1,420,252       1,305,452        -114,800
     PARTS
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -99,000
         Growth: V-22
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -9,900
         Growth: KC-
         130
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -5,900
         Growth: T-45
  49COMMON GROUND              332,926         319,226         -13,700
     EQUIPMENT
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -18,700
         Growth:
         Automatic
         Test
         Equipment
        Direct Supt.    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Squadron
         Readiness
         Training
  51WAR CONSUMMABLES            12,585          16,585          +4,000
        High Pressure   ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Pure Air
         Generator
  52OTHER PRODUCTION            27,637          23,337          -4,300
     CHARGES
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -4,300
         Growth: F-14
         WSSA
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    Overview.--Due to concerns about an apparent lack of 
direction in the Navy's aircraft modernization program, the 
Committee's recommendations provide additional funds for 
training aircraft and maritime patrol aircraft modernizations. 
In particular, the Committee encourages the Navy to develop a 
cogent modernization program for its maritime patrol aircraft, 
since the bulk of this fleet of aircraft is quickly reaching 
block obsolescence. The Committee intends to work with the Navy 
over the coming months on this and other related issues.
    V-22.--The Committee recommends reducing the funding 
requested for V-22 aircraft purchases to the level approved by 
the Senate in the fiscal year 2002 National Defense 
Authorization bill. Funding also is reduced for advance 
procurement, spares, and modernization in a manner consistent 
with the reduction in aircraft purchase levels.
    Training aircraft.--Funding of $44,600,000 is recommended 
to purchase 16 JPATS training aircraft. The Committee expects 
the Navy to fund this program at economic production levels in 
the future. In addition, the Committee recommends an increase 
of $13,000,000 to purchase T-45 operational flight trainers.
    Maritime patrol aircraft.--Increases totaling $100,000,000 
are provided to modernize selected Navy maritime patrol 
aircraft, to include the EA-6B, SH-60, EP-3, and P-3 aircraft 
programs.
    P-3 PACT trainer.--An increase of $6,000,000 is recommended 
to procure and install a fourth P-3 AIP partial aircrew 
coordination trainer for the Marine Corps air units VP 4, 9, 
and 47. This completes the coordination trainer requirement for 
these units, allowing crews stationed there to achieve the 
necessary levels of proficiency to conduct forward deployment 
operations.

                       Weapons Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,461,600,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,433,475,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,478,075,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,478,075,000. This is $44,600,000 above the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the construction, 
procurement, production, modification, and modernization of 
strategic and tactical missiles, torpedoes, other weapons, 
related support equipment, including spare parts and 
accessories, and the expansion of public and private plants.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                BALLISTIC MISSILES

1 TRIDENT II.....................................       12     559,042       12     509,042  .......     -50,000
2 TRIDENT II (AP-CY).............................  .......       8,727  .......       8,727  .......  ..........
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
     3 MISSILE INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES.............  .......       1,275  .......       1,275  .......  ..........
THEATER BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE:
     4 NAVY AREA MISSILE DEFENSE.................  .......       6,983  .......       6,983  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BALLISTIC MISSILES..................  .......     576,027  .......     526,027  .......     -50,000

                  OTHER MISSILES

STRATEGIC MISSILES:
     5 TOMAHAWK..................................       34      50,101       34      85,101  .......     +35,000
     6 ESSM......................................       38      45,017       38      45,017  .......  ..........
TACTICAL MISSILES:
     7 AMRAAM....................................       57      40,028       57      40,028  .......  ..........
     8 SIDEWINDER................................      105      27,310      105  ..........  .......      -2,900
    10 SLAM-ER...................................       30      26,174       30      26,174  .......  ..........
    11 STANDARD MISSILE..........................       91     195,404       96     195,404       +5  ..........
    12 RAM.......................................       90      43,024       90      43,024  .......  ..........
    15 AERIAL TARGETS............................  .......      66,349  .......      58,849  .......      -7,500
    16 DRONES AND DECOYS.........................  .......  ..........  .......      20,000  .......     +20,000
    17 OTHER MISSILE SUPPORT.....................  .......      15,840  .......      15,840  .......  ..........
MODIFICATION OF MISSILES:
    18 SIDEWINDER MODS...........................  .......         802  .......         802  .......  ..........
    20 STANDARD MISSILES MODS....................  .......      35,353  .......      35,353  .......  ..........
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES:
    21 WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES.............  .......      17,247  .......      37,247  .......     +20,000
    23 FLEET SATELLITE COMM FOLLOW-ON............  .......      77,840  .......      77,840  .......  ..........
ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    24 ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT................  .......       4,210  .......       4,210  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES......................  .......     644,699  .......     709,299  .......     +64,600

         TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT

TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
    25 ASW TARGETS...............................  .......      15,335  .......      15,335  .......  ..........
MOD OF TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIP:
    26 MK-46 TORPEDO MODS........................  .......       7,444  .......       7,444  .......  ..........
    27 MK-48 TORPEDO ADCAP MODS..................  .......      42,386  .......      42,386  .......  ..........
    28 QUICKSTRIKE MINE..........................  .......       3,899  .......       3,899  .......  ..........
SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    29 TORPEDO SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.................  .......      30,025  .......      30,025  .......  ..........
    30 ASW RANGE SUPPORT.........................  .......      14,861  .......      14,861  .......  ..........
DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION:
    31 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION..........  .......       2,802  .......       2,802  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TORPEDOES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT.....  .......     116,752  .......     116,752  .......  ..........

                  OTHER WEAPONS

GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
    32 SMALL ARMS AND WEAPONS....................  .......         910  .......         910  .......  ..........
MODIFICATION OF GUNS AND GUN MOUNTS:
    33 CIWS MODS.................................  .......      40,503  .......      40,503  .......  ..........
    36 GUN MOUNT MODS............................  .......       5,748  .......      35,748  .......     +30,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER WEAPONS.......................  .......      47,161  .......      77,161  .......     +30,000
    44 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS...................  .......      48,836  .......      48,836  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY...........  .......   1,433,475  .......   1,478,075  .......     +44,600
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1TRIDENT II                 559,042         509,042         -50,000
   5TOMAHAWK                    50,101          85,101         +35,000
        Tooling and     ..............  ..............         +35,000
         Test
         Equipment
   8SIDEWINDER                  27,310          24,410          -2,900
        Contract        ..............  ..............          -2,900
         Savings
  15AERIAL TARGETS              66,349          58,849          -7,500
        SSST Program    ..............  ..............          -7,500
         Delays
  16DRONES AND DECOYS   ..............          20,000         +20,000
        ITALD           ..............  ..............         +20,000
  21WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL          17,247          37,247         +20,000
     FACILITIES
        Alleghany       ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Ballistics
         Laboratory
  36GUN MOUNT MODS               5,748          35,748         +30,000
        MK45 Mod 4      ..............  ..............         +30,000
         Guns
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Trident.--The President's budget requests $559,042,000 for 
the Trident II program. Within this request is an additional 
$107,000,000 for the D-5 life extension program. The Committee 
is not opposed to the program, however, feels it is premature 
to invest such funding prior to the Department making a clear 
determination regarding the future of nuclear programs. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends a $50,000,000 reduction to 
the life extension program.
    Aerial Targets.--The President's budget requests 
$66,349,000 for aerial targets. The Committee understands 
however that the supersonic target, SSST is undergoing 
developmental challenges and recommends slowing procurement 
until such issues are resolved. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends a reduction of $7,500,000 to the request.
    ITALD.--Of the amount provided for drones and decoys, 
$20,000,000 is provided for the procurement of the Improved 
Tactical Air-Launched Decoy System.

            Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $498,349,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     457,099,000
Committee recommendation................................     442,799,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $442,799,000. 
This is $14,300,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the acquisition of 
ammunition, ammunition modernization, and ammunition-related 
material for the Navy and Marine Corps.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 PROC AMMO, NAVY

NAVY AMMUNITION:
     1 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS.....................  .......      65,155  .......      65,155  .......  ..........
     3 JDAM......................................    1,417      41,133    1,417      37,133  .......      -4,000
     5 AIRBORNE ROCKETS, ALL TYPES...............  .......      21,138  .......      21,138  .......  ..........
     6 MACHINE GUN AMMUNITION....................  .......      16,423  .......      13,423  .......      -3,000
     7 PRACTICE BOMBS............................  .......      35,019  .......      35,019  .......  ..........
     8 CARTRIDGES AND CART ACTUATED DEVICES......  .......      26,697  .......      19,397  .......      -7,300
     9 AIRCRAFT ESCAPE ROCKETS...................  .......      10,784  .......      10,784  .......  ..........
    10 AIR EXPENDABLE COUNTERMEASURES............  .......      36,403  .......      39,403  .......      +3,000
    11 JATOS.....................................  .......       4,771  .......       4,771  .......  ..........
    12 5 INCH/54 GUN AMMUNITION..................  .......      12,009  .......      18,009  .......      +6,000
    13 EXTENDED RANGE GUIDED MUNITIONS (ERGM)....  .......       5,151  .......       5,151  .......  ..........
    14 76MM GUN AMMUNITION.......................  .......         990  .......         990  .......  ..........
    15 OTHER SHIP GUN AMMUNITION.................  .......       7,318  .......       7,318  .......  ..........
    16 SMALL ARMS AND LANDING PARTY AMMO.........  .......       8,878  .......       8,878  .......  ..........
    17 PYROTECHNIC AND DEMOLITION................  .......       8,439  .......       8,439  .......  ..........
    18 MINE NEUTRALIZATION DEVICES...............  .......       4,985  .......       4,985  .......  ..........
    19 AMMUNITION LESS THAN $5 MILLION...........  .......       1,343  .......       1,343  .......  ..........
    20 CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.......................  .......       6,993  .......       6,993  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PROC AMMO, NAVY.....................  .......     313,629  .......     308,329  .......      -5,300

                  PROC AMMO, MC

MARINE CORPS AMMUNITION:
    21 5.56 MM, ALL TYPES........................  .......       9,402  .......       9,402  .......  ..........
    22 7.62 MM, ALL TYPES........................  .......       7,395  .......       7,395  .......  ..........
    23 LINEAR CHARGES, ALL TYPES.................  .......      18,957  .......      18,957  .......  ..........
    24 .50 CALIBER...............................  .......       6,225  .......       6,225  .......  ..........
    25 40 MM, ALL TYPES..........................  .......       5,857  .......       5,857  .......  ..........
    26 60MM, ALL TYPES...........................  .......       2,699  .......       2,699  .......  ..........
    27 81MM, ALL TYPES...........................  .......       6,669  .......       6,669  .......  ..........
    28 120MM, ALL TYPES..........................  .......       7,639  .......       7,639  .......  ..........
    29 CTG, 25MM, ALL TYPES......................  .......       6,031  .......       6,031  .......  ..........
    30 9 MM ALL TYPES............................  .......       2,832  .......       2,832  .......  ..........
    31 GRENADES, ALL TYPES.......................  .......      10,533  .......      10,533  .......  ..........
    32 STINGER SLEP..............................  .......       7,330  .......       7,330  .......  ..........
    33 ROCKETS, ALL TYPES........................  .......       4,794  .......       4,794  .......  ..........
    34 ARTILLERY, ALL TYPES......................  .......      24,488  .......      15,488  .......      -9,000
    35 DEMOLITION MUNITIONS, ALL TYPES...........  .......       2,925  .......       2,925  .......  ..........
    37 NON LETHALS...............................  .......       4,461  .......       4,461  .......  ..........
    38 AMMO MODERNIZATION........................  .......       7,019  .......       7,019  .......  ..........
    39 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  .......       1,014  .......       1,014  .......  ..........
    40 CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.......................  .......       7,200  .......       7,200  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PROC AMMO, MC.......................  .......     143,470  .......     134,470  .......      -9,000
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, NAVY AND MARINE  .......     457,099  .......     442,799  .......     -14,300
       CORPS.....................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3JDAM                        41,133          37,133          -4,000
        Support Cost    ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Increase
   6MACHINE GUN                 16,423          13,423          -3,000
     AMMUNITION
        20MM Linkless   ..............  ..............          -3,000
         Cost Growth
   8CARTRIDGES & CART           26,697          19,397          -7,300
     ACTUATED DEVICES
        Cost Growth     ..............  ..............          -7,300
  10AIR EXPENDABLE              36,403          39,403          +3,000
     COUNTERMEASURES
        MJU-52/B IR     ..............  ..............          +3,000
  125 INCH/54 GUN               12,009          18,009          +6,000
     AMMUNITION
        Continuous      ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Processing
         Scale Up
  34ARTILLERY, ALL              24,488          15,488          -9,000
     TYPES
        105 HE          ..............  ..............          -9,000
         Projectile
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Direct Attack Munition.--The President's budget 
requests $41,133,000 for the Joint Direct Attack Munition. The 
Committee is concerned about the excessive cost growth that has 
occurred in the area of production support costs. Therefore, 
the Committee recommends a reduction of $4,000,000 to the 
request.

                   Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $11,614,633,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   9,344,121,000
Committee recommendation................................   9,294,211,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$9,294,211,000. This is $49,910,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the construction; 
acquisition; and conversion of vessels, including armor and 
armament; plant equipment, appliances, and machine tools for 
production plants and facilities; procurement of long leadtime 
items; and detail design of vessels.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
OTHER WARSHIPS:
     2 CARRIER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (AP- CY)......  .......     138,890  .......     138,890  .......  ..........
     3 SSGN (AP-CY)..............................  .......      86,440  .......     279,440  .......    +193,000
     4 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE..................        1   1,608,914        1   1,608,914  .......  ..........
     5 VIRGINIA CLASS SUBMARINE (AP-CY)..........  .......     684,288  .......     684,288  .......  ..........
     6 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS...................        1   1,118,124        1   1,118,124  .......  ..........
     7 CVN REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY)...........  .......      73,707  .......      73,707  .......  ..........
     8 SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS.............        2     382,265        2     382,265  .......  ..........
     9 SUBMARINE REFUELING OVERHAULS (AP-CY).....  .......      77,750  .......      77,750  .......  ..........
    10 DDG-51....................................        3   2,966,036        3   2,966,036  .......  ..........
    11a CRUISER CONVERSION.......................  .......  ..........  .......     458,238  .......    +458,238
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER WARSHIPS......................  .......   7,136,414  .......   7,787,652  .......    +651,238
AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS:
    12 LHD-1 AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIP.............        1     267,238        1     267,238  .......  ..........
    15 LPD-17 (AP-CY)............................  .......     421,330  .......     155,000  .......    -266,330
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AMPHIBIOUS SHIPS....................  .......     688,568  .......     422,238  .......    -266,330
AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR PROGRAM:
    16 ADC(X)....................................        1     370,818  .......  ..........       -1    -370,818
    18 OUTFITTING................................  .......     307,230  .......     307,230  .......  ..........
    19 LCAC SLEP.................................        2      41,091        2      52,091  .......     +11,000
    20 COMPLETION OF PY SHIPBUILDING PROGRAMS....  .......     800,000  .......     725,000  .......     -75,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AUXILIARIES, CRAFT, AND PRIOR-YEAR    .......   1,519,139  .......   1,084,321  .......    -434,818
       PROGRAM...................................
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY...  .......   9,344,121  .......   9,294,211  .......     -49,910
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   3SSGN (AP)                   86,440         279,440        +193,000
        Program         ..............  ..............        +193,000
         Acceleration
 11aCRUISER CONVERSION  ..............         458,238        +458,238
        Program         ..............  ..............        +458,238
         Acceleration
  14LPD-17 (AP)                421,300         155,000        -266,300
  16T-AKE                      370,818  ..............        -370,818
  19LCAC SLEP                   41,091          52,091         +11,000
  20COMPLETION OF PY           800,000         725,000         -75,000
     SHIPBUILDING
     PROGRAMS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Trident SSGN Conversion.--The President's budget request 
included funding to begin the conversion of two Trident 
submarines into the SSGN configuration. The Committee 
recommends $279,440,000, an increase of $193,000,000 to the 
budget request, for acceleration of the Trident SSGN conversion 
program and to preserve the option to convert all four 
available Trident submarines into SSGN's. The Committee directs 
the Navy to conduct the required risk mitigation activities, 
design activities, and conversion planning for the SSGN in the 
Shipbuilding and Conversion account.
    Cruiser Conversion.--The President's budget requested 
$178,000,000 for Cruiser Conversion in Research and Development 
and Other Procurement accounts. The Committee recommends 
$458,238,000, an increase of $286,000,000 to the budget, in the 
``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy'' account to accelerate the 
first Cruiser Conversion availability into fiscal year 2004. 
The Committee directs that all 27 Ticonderoga class AEGIS 
Cruisers should be modernized to include Theater Missile 
Defense, enhanced land attack and naval fire support 
capabilities. The Committee directs the Navy to conduct the 
required risk mitigation activities, design activities, and 
conversion planning for the Cruiser Conversion in the 
Shipbuilding and Conversion account.
    LPD-17.--The President's budget request included 
$421,300,000 in advance procurement funding for the LPD-17 
program. The Committee has been informed by the Navy of 
significant changes to the LPD-17 program acquisition schedule. 
The Committee understands that the Navy will fund only one LPD-
17 class ship in fiscal year 2003 and that the acquisition of 
two additional ships in fiscal year 2003 has been slipped into 
fiscal year 2004. Therefore, the Committee recommends an 
appropriation for advance procurement for the LPD-17 program of 
$155,000,000, a reduction of $266,300,000 to the budget 
request. The Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to 
include in the submission of the fiscal year 2003 Shipbuilding 
and Conversion budget request an explanation of what 
acquisition strategy the Navy is pursuing with regard to the 
LPD-17 program.
    T-AKE.--The President's budget request included 
$370,800,000 for procurement of one T-AKE class ship. The 
Committee notes that while the full budget requests for the 
first two ships of the class were appropriated in fiscal year 
2000 and fiscal year 2001, the Navy has awarded a contract for 
these two ships. Moreover, the Navy had submitted a 
reprogramming request, which the Committee approved, for an 
additional $73,000,000 for the first two ships because the 
budgeted amount for these two ships was insufficient to award a 
construction contract. The Committee is concerned with the 
inability of the Navy to budget sufficient funds for the 
program and that award of a construction contract for the T-AKE 
program was 2 years behind schedule. Due to the significant 
delay in the contract award for the program and the apparent 
cost growth, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
$370,800,000 to the budget request for the fiscal year 2002 T-
AKE. The Committee continues to support the T-AKE program and 
expects the Secretary of the Navy to ensure adequate funding 
for the T-AKE program in future budget requests.
    Prior Year Shipbuilding.--The President's budget request 
includes $800,000,000 for prior year shipbuilding costs. The 
Committee provided an additional $75,000,000 for LPD-17 cost 
overruns in Public Law 107-148. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $725,000,000 for prior year 
shipbuilding, a reduction of $75,000,000 to the budget request.
    The Committee has been informed that the total funding 
required for prior year shipbuilding cost growth over the 
future years defense plan is estimated to be $3,000,000,000. 
The Committee finds this to be an unacceptable situation. The 
Committee remains concerned that Navy shipbuilding is plagued 
by a lack of management attention that includes poor cost 
estimating, a lack of fiscal discipline in the change order 
process, and a practice of budgeting less than estimated cost, 
as well as poor contractor performance. The Committee's 
confidence in the Navy's ability to efficiently carry out the 
important programs that are contained in the future 
shipbuilding plan is eroding. Therefore, the Committee directs 
that $400,000,000 of the funds provided for prior year 
shipbuilding shall not be obligated or expended until the 
Secretary of the Navy provides the Appropriations Committees 
with a report on the specific corrective actions he plans to 
take to ensure that future SCN budget requests do not require 
additional funding in a prior year cost growth budget line.

                        Other Procurement, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $3,557,380,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   4,097,576,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,146,338,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$4,146,338,000. This is $48,762,000 above the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement of major 
equipment and weapons other than ships, aircraft, missiles, 
torpedoes, and guns. Equipment ranges from the latest 
electronic sensors for updating of naval forces to trucks, 
training equipment, and spare parts.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

SHIP PROPULSION EQUIPMENT:
      1 LM-2500 GAS TURBINE......................  .......       7,083  .......       7,083  .......  ..........
      2 ALLISON 501K GAS TURBINE.................  .......       6,896  .......       6,896  .......  ..........
PROPELLERS:
      3 SUBMARINE PROPELLERS.....................  .......       4,460  .......       4,460  .......  ..........
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
      4 OTHER NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT...............  .......      45,946  .......      58,946  .......     +13,000
UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIPMENT:
      5 UNDERWAY REPLENISHMENT EQUIP-  MENT......  .......       1,802  .......       1,802  .......  ..........
PERISCOPES:
      6 SUB PERISCOPES AND IMAGING EQUIP.........  .......      29,240  .......      29,240  .......  ..........
OTHER SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT:
      7 FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT...................  .......      17,539  .......      17,539  .......  ..........
      8 COMMAND AND CONTROL SWITCH-  BOARD.......  .......       9,139  .......       9,139  .......  ..........
      9 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT..............  .......      66,958  .......      66,958  .......  ..........
     10 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..............  .......       6,796  .......       6,796  .......  ..........
     11 SUBMARINE BATTERIES......................  .......      10,891  .......      10,891  .......  ..........
     12 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP.........  .......      11,276  .......      11,276  .......  ..........
     13 DSSP EQUIPMENT...........................  .......       7,498  .......       7,498  .......  ..........
     15 MINESWEEPING EQUIPMENT...................  .......      20,168  .......      20,168  .......  ..........
     16 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      79,285  .......      79,285  .......  ..........
     18 SUBMARINE LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM............  .......       4,940  .......       4,940  .......  ..........
REACTOR PLANT EQUIPMENT:
     19 REACTOR COMPONENTS.......................  .......     208,849  .......     208,849  .......  ..........
OCEAN ENGINEERING:
     20 DIVING AND SALVAGE EQUIPMENT.............  .......       5,712  .......       5,712  .......  ..........
SMALL BOATS:
     22 STANDARD BOATS...........................  .......      32,151  .......      32,151  .......  ..........
TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
      23 OTHER SHIPS TRAINING EQUIPMENT..........  .......      16,772  .......      16,772  .......  ..........
PRODUCTION FACILITIES EQUIPMENT:
     24 OPERATING FORCES IPE.....................  .......      27,522  .......      38,522  .......     +11,000
OTHER SHIP SUPPORT:
     25 NUCLEAR ALTERATIONS......................  .......     121,105  .......     121,105  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SHIPS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.............  .......     742,028  .......     766,028  .......     +24,000

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

SHIP RADARS:
     28 RADAR SUPPORT............................  .......  ..........  .......       9,000  .......      +9,000
SHIP SONARS:
     30 AN/SQQ-89 SURF ASW COMBAT SYS-  TEM......  .......      16,561  .......      16,561  .......  ..........
     31 SSN ACOUSTICS............................  .......     113,016  .......     113,016  .......  ..........
     32 UNDERSEA WARFARE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.......  .......       4,263  .......       4,263  .......  ..........
     35 SONAR SWITCHES AND TRANSDUCERS...........  .......      10,808  .......      10,808  .......  ..........
ASW ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
     36 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE SYS-  TEM.....  .......      12,624  .......      13,624  .......      +1,000
     37 FIXED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM................  .......      33,692  .......      33,692  .......  ..........
     38 SURTASS..................................  .......      17,650  .......      17,650  .......  ..........
     39 ASW OPERATIONS CENTER....................  .......       6,059  .......       6,059  .......  ..........
ELECTRONIC WARFARE EQUIPMENT:
     40 AN/SLQ-32................................  .......       1,971  .......       1,971  .......  ..........
     41 INFORMATION WARFARE SYSTEMS..............  .......       2,908  .......       2,908  .......  ..........
RECONNAISSANCE EQUIPMENT:
     42 SHIPBOARD IW EXPLOIT.....................  .......      57,535  .......      57,535  .......  ..........
SUBMARINE SURVEILLANCE EQUIPMENT:
     44 SUBMARINE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT PROG.........  .......      22,928  .......      22,928  .......  ..........
OTHER SHIP ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
     46 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY........  .......      77,133  .......      77,133  .......  ..........
     47 GCCS-M EQUIPMENT.........................  .......      61,085  .......      61,085  .......  ..........
     48 NAVAL TACTICAL COMMAND SUPPORT SYSTEM      .......      42,826  .......      42,826  .......  ..........
     (NTCSS).....................................
     49 ATDLS....................................  .......       9,965  .......       9,965  .......  ..........
     50 MINESWEEPING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT..........  .......       8,903  .......       8,903  .......  ..........
     52 NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVERS (SPACE)............  .......       9,857  .......       9,857  .......  ..........
     53 ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TV................  .......      14,609  .......      14,609  .......  ..........
     54 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP.........  .......      11,361  .......      11,361  .......  ..........
TRAINING EQUIPMENT:
     55 OTHER SPAWAR TRAINING EQUIPMENT..........  .......       1,793  .......       1,793  .......  ..........
     56 OTHER TRAINING EQUIPMENT.................  .......      37,225  .......      47,725  .......     +10,500
AVIATION ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
     57 MATCALS..................................  .......       1,005  .......       1,005  .......  ..........
     58 SHIPBOARD AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL............  .......       8,036  .......       8,036  .......  ..........
     59 AUTOMATIC CARRIER LANDING SYSTEM.........  .......      15,617  .......      15,617  .......  ..........
     60 NATIONAL AIR SPACE SYSTEM................  .......      43,618  .......      19,918  .......     -23,700
     61 AIR STATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  .......       7,421  .......       7,421  .......  ..........
     62 MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM.................  .......       5,409  .......       5,409  .......  ..........
     63 FACSFAC..................................  .......       1,151  .......       1,151  .......  ..........
     64 ID SYSTEMS...............................  .......      18,310  .......      18,310  .......  ..........
     66 TAC A/C MISSION PLANNING SYS (TAMPS).....  .......      13,411  .......      13,411  .......  ..........
OTHER SHORE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT:
     69 NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM..........  .......       4,898  .......       4,898  .......  ..........
     71 COMMON IMAGERY GROUND SURFACE SYSTEMS....  .......      58,446  .......      58,446  .......  ..........
     72 RADIAC...................................  .......       7,876  .......       7,876  .......  ..........
     73 GPETE....................................  .......       4,727  .......       4,727  .......  ..........
     74 INTEG COMBAT SYSTEM TEST FACILITY........  .......       4,502  .......       4,502  .......  ..........
     75 EMI CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION..............  .......       5,162  .......       5,162  .......  ..........
     76 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       6,332  .......       6,332  .......  ..........
SHIPBOARD COMMUNICATIONS:
     78 SHIP COMMUNICATIONS AUTOMATION...........  .......     121,242  .......     121,242  .......  ..........
     80 COMMUNICATIONS ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION  .......      24,278  .......      24,278  .......  ..........
SUBMARINE COMMUNICATIONS:
     81 SHORE LF/VLF COMMUNICATIONS..............  .......      17,517  .......      17,517  .......  ..........
     82 SUBMARINE COMMUNICATION EQUIP-  MENT.....  .......      89,309  .......      89,309  .......  ..........
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS:
     84 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.........  .......     198,143  .......     198,143  .......  ..........
SHORE COMMUNICATIONS:
     86 JCS COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT.............  .......       4,623  .......       4,623  .......  ..........
     87 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS.................  .......       1,301  .......       1,301  .......  ..........
     88 NSIPS....................................  .......      14,232  .......      14,232  .......  ..........
     89 JEDMICS..................................  .......  ..........  .......       5,000  .......      +5,000
     90 NAVAL SHORE COMMUNICATIONS...............  .......      66,772  .......     115,472  .......     +48,700
CRYPTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT:
     91 INFO SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM (ISSP).....  .......      78,170  .......      78,170  .......  ..........
CRYPTOLOGIC EQUIPMENT:
     93 CRYPTOLOGIC COMMUNICATIONS EQUIP.........  .......      15,595  .......      15,595  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        .......   1,411,875  .......   1,462,375  .......     +50,500
       EQUIPMENT.................................

            AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

SONOBUOYS:
     98 SONOBUOYS--ALL TYPES.....................  .......      57,886  .......      67,886  .......     +10,000
AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    100 WEAPONS RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  .......      10,129  .......      17,629  .......      +7,500
    100a PACIFIC MISSILE RANGE EQUIPMENT.........  .......  ..........  .......       6,000  .......      +6,000
    101 EXPEDITIONARY AIRFIELDS..................  .......       7,551  .......       7,551  .......  ..........
    102 AIRCRAFT REARMING EQUIPMENT..............  .......      12,265  .......      12,265  .......  ..........
    103 AIRCRAFT LAUNCH and RECOVERY EQUIPMENT...  .......      27,500  .......      27,500  .......  ..........
    104 METEOROLOGICAL EQUIPMENT.................  .......      29,833  .......      29,833  .......  ..........
    105 OTHER PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT.............  .......       1,710  .......       1,710  .......  ..........
    106 AVIATION LIFE SUPPORT....................  .......      21,035  .......      21,035  .......  ..........
    107 AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES............  .......      46,860  .......      46,860  .......  ..........
    108 OTHER AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.........  .......      13,645  .......      25,645  .......     +12,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AVIATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  .......     228,414  .......     263,914  .......     +35,500

            ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

SHIP GUN SYSTEM EQUIPMENT:
    109 GUN FIRE CONTROL EQUIPMENT...............  .......      17,926  .......      17,926  .......  ..........
    110 NAVAL FIRES CONTROL SYSTEM...............  .......         600  .......         600  .......  ..........
SHIP MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT:
    111 NATO SEASPARROW..........................  .......      10,670  .......      10,670  .......  ..........
    112 RAM GMLS.................................  .......      31,838  .......      31,838  .......  ..........
    113 SHIP SELF DEFENSE SYSTEM.................  .......      34,378  .......      34,378  .......  ..........
    114 AEGIS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..................  .......     155,113  .......      88,875  .......     -66,238
    115 SURFACE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.......  .......      61,241  .......      61,241  .......  ..........
    116 SUBMARINE TOMAHAWK SUPPORT  EQUIP........  .......       3,062  .......       3,062  .......  ..........
    117 VERTICAL LAUNCH SYSTEMS..................  .......       6,857  .......       6,857  .......  ..........
FBM SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    118 STRATEGIC PLATFORM SUPPORT EQUIP.........  .......       9,823  .......       9,823  .......  ..........
    119 STRATEGIC MISSILE SYSTEMS EQUIP..........  .......     205,094  .......     205,094  .......  ..........
ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    120 SSN COMBAT CONTROL SYSTEMS...............  .......      40,716  .......      40,716  .......  ..........
    121 SUBMARINE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  .......       5,935  .......       5,935  .......  ..........
    122 SURFACE ASW SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  .......       3,213  .......       9,213  .......      +6,000
    123 ASW RANGE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..............  .......       6,012  .......       6,012  .......  ..........
OTHER ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    124 EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL EQUIP........  .......       9,353  .......       9,353  .......  ..........
    125 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       5,795  .......       5,795  .......  ..........
OTHER EXPENDABLE ORDNANCE:
    126 ANTI-SHIP MISSILE DECOY SYSTEM...........  .......      27,513  .......      27,513  .......  ..........
    127 SURFACE TRAINING DEVICE MODS.............  .......       7,318  .......       7,318  .......  ..........
    128 SUBMARINE TRAINING DEVICE MODS...........  .......      20,753  .......      20,753  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ORDNANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  .......     663,210  .......     602,972  .......     -60,238

       CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

129 ARMORED SEDANS...............................  .......         440  .......         440  .......  ..........
130 PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES..................  .......       1,351  .......       1,351  .......  ..........
131 GENERAL PURPOSE TRUCKS.......................  .......       1,531  .......       1,531  .......  ..........
132 CONSTRUCTION and MAINTENANCE EQUIP...........  .......       9,587  .......       9,587  .......  ..........
133 FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT......................  .......       5,300  .......       5,300  .......  ..........
134 TACTICAL VEHICLES............................  .......      20,154  .......      40,154  .......     +20,000
135 AMPHIBIOUS EQUIPMENT.........................  .......      14,633  .......      14,633  .......  ..........
136 POLLUTION CONTROL EQUIPMENT..................  .......      19,969  .......      19,969  .......  ..........
137 ITEMS UNDER $5 MILLION.......................  .......      11,323  .......      11,323  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CIVIL ENGINEERING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT.  .......      84,288  .......     104,288  .......     +20,000

             SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

138 MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT.................  .......       8,786  .......       8,786  .......  ..........
139 OTHER SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...............  .......       7,534  .......      13,534  .......      +6,000
140 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION.............  .......       5,222  .......       5,222  .......  ..........
141 SPECIAL PURPOSE SUPPLY SYSTEMS...............  .......     490,438  .......     465,438  .......     -25,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPLY SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  .......     511,980  .......     492,980  .......     -19,000

     PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

TRAINING DEVICES:
    142 TRAINING SUPPORT EQUIPMENT...............  .......       1,101  .......       4,601  .......      +3,500
COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
    145 COMMAND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT................  .......      28,787  .......      28,787  .......  ..........
    146 EDUCATION SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..............  .......       6,646  .......       1,146  .......      -5,500
    147 MEDICAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT................  .......       7,693  .......       7,693  .......  ..........
    149 OPERATING FORCES SUPPORT EQUIP-  MENT....  .......      15,812  .......      15,812  .......  ..........
    150 MOBILE SENSOR PLATFORM...................  .......       4,006  .......       4,006  .......  ..........
    151 ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORT EQUIPMENT..........  .......      25,205  .......      25,205  .......  ..........
    152 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT..............  .......     116,932  .......     116,932  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PERSONNEL AND COMMAND SUPPORT         .......     206,182  .......     204,182  .......      -2,000
       EQUIPMENT.................................

              SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS

155 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS......................  .......     234,136  .......     234,136  .......  ..........
999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS..........................  .......      15,463  .......      15,463  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY.............  .......   4,097,576  .......   4,146,338  .......     +48,762
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   4 OTHER NAVIGATION           45,946          58,946         +13,000
      EQUIPMENT
         Military       ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Sealift
          Command
          (MSC)
          Thermal
          Imaging
         WSN-7B         ..............  ..............          +7,000
  24 OPERATING FORCES           27,522          38,522         +11,000
      IPE
         IPDE           ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Enhancement
         Pearl Harbor   ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Pilot
  28 RADAR SUPPORT      ..............           9,000          +9,000
         AN/BPS-15H     ..............  ..............          +9,000
          Navigation
          System
  36 SUBMARINE                  12,624          13,624          +1,000
      ACOUSTIC WARFARE
      SYSTEM
         Expendable     ..............  ..............          +1,000
          Bathythermog
          raph Test
          Devices
  56 OTHER TRAINING             37,225          47,725         +10,500
      EQUIPMENT
         Tactical       ..............  ..............          +6,500
          Communciatio
          n On-Board
          Training
         Air Traffic    ..............  ..............          +4,000
          Control On-
          Board
          Trainer
  60 NATIONAL AIRSPACE          43,618          19,918         -23,700
      SYSTEM
         DASR Program   ..............  ..............         -23,700
          Delays
  89 JEDMICS            ..............           5,000          +5,000
         PACOM          ..............  ..............          +5,000
          Coalition
          Wide Area
          Network
  90 NAVAL SHORE                66,772         115,472         +48,700
      COMMUNICATIONS
         Teleports      ..............  ..............         +48,700
  98 SONOBUOYS--ALL             57,886          67,886         +10,000
      TYPES
         Additional     ..............  ..............         +10,000
          Sonobouys
 100 WEAPONS RANGE              10,129          17,629          +7,500
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Mobile Remote  ..............  ..............          +7,500
          Emitter
100A PACIFIC MISSILE    ..............           6,000          +6,000
      RANGE SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
 108 OTHER AVIATION             13,645          25,645         +12,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Joint          ..............  ..............         +12,000
          Tactical
          Data
          Integration
 114 AEGIS SUPPORT             155,113          88,875         -66,238
      EQUIPMENT
         Cruiser        ..............  ..............         -66,238
          Conversion
 122 SURFACE ASW                 3,213           9,213          +6,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         MK32 Surface   ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Vessel
          Torpedo
          Tubes
 134 TACTICAL VEHICLES          20,154          40,154         +20,000
         MTVR           ..............  ..............         +20,000
 139 OTHER SUPPLY                7,534          13,534          +6,000
      SUPPORT
      EQUIPMENT
         Serial Number  ..............  ..............          +6,000
          Tracking
          System
 142 TRAINING SUPPORT            1,101           4,601          +3,500
      EQUIPMENT
         Data           ..............  ..............          +3,500
          Management
          and
          Conversion
 146 EDUCATION SUPPORT           6,646           1,146          -5,500
      EQUIPMENT
         Training       ..............  ..............          -5,500
          Vessels
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Coalition Wide Area Network (COWAN).--U.S. Pacific Command 
has a requirement to field a coalition network to several 
regional allies capable of handling classified and unclassified 
data. The Committee recommends $5,000,000 be provided to 
accelerate the Commercial COMSEC Evaluation Program evaluation 
and deployment of this system to USPACOM for use in coalition 
networks.

                       Procurement, Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $1,233,268,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     981,724,000
Committee recommendation................................     974,054,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $974,054,000. 
This is $7,670,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement, delivery, 
and modification of missiles, armament, communication 
equipment, tracked combat and wheeled vehicles, and various 
support equipment.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES

TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES:
     1 AAV7A1 PIP................................      170      77,087      170      77,087  .......  ..........
     2 AAAV......................................  .......       1,512  .......       1,512  .......  ..........
     3 LAV PIP...................................  .......      25,783  .......      25,783  .......  ..........
     4 IMPROVED RECOVERY VEHICLE (IRV)...........        8      21,026        8      21,026  .......  ..........
     5 MODIFICATION KITS (TRKD VEH)..............  .......       3,825  .......       3,825  .......  ..........
ARTILLERY AND OTHER WEAPONS:
     7 MOD KITS (ARTILLERY)......................  .......       1,478  .......       1,478  .......  ..........
     8 MARINE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM................  .......       2,243  .......       2,243  .......  ..........
     9 WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES LESS THAN $5    .......         274  .......         274  .......  ..........
     MILLION.....................................
WEAPONS:
    10 MODULAR WEAPON SYSTEM.....................  .......       7,501  .......       7,501  .......  ..........
OTHER SUPPORT:
    11 OPERATIONS OTHER THAN WAR.................  .......       1,552  .......       1,552  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WEAPONS AND COMBAT VEHICLES.........  .......     142,281  .......     142,281  .......  ..........
GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT GUIDED MISSILES:
    12 JAVELIN...................................  .......       1,036  .......       1,036  .......  ..........
OTHER SUPPORT:
    16 MODIFICATION KITS.........................  .......       6,612  .......       6,612  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GUIDED MISSILES AND EQUIPMENT.......  .......       7,648  .......       7,648  .......  ..........

     COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS EQUIPMENT

REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT:
    17 AUTO TEST EQUIP SYS.......................  .......         616  .......         616  .......  ..........
    18 GENERAL PURPOSE ELECTRONIC TEST EQUIP.....  .......       8,115  .......       8,115  .......  ..........
INTELL/COMM EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
    19 INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT............  .......       9,615  .......       9,615  .......  ..........
    20 MOD KITS (INTEL)..........................  .......       7,217  .......       7,217  .......  ..........
    21 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (INTELL).......  .......       1,654  .......       1,654  .......  ..........
REPAIR AND TEST EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
    22 GENERAL PRUPOSE MECHANICAL TMDE...........  .......       4,578  .......       4,578  .......  ..........
OTHER COMM/ELEC EQUIPMENT (NON-TEL):
    23 NIGHT VISION EQUIPMENT....................  .......      22,374  .......      22,374  .......  ..........
OTHER SUPPORT (NON-TEL):
    24 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION (COMM AND ELEC)  .......       9,028  .......       9,028  .......  ..........
    25 COMMON COMPUTER RESOURCES.................  .......      21,302  .......      21,302  .......  ..........
    26 COMMAND POST SYSTEMS......................  .......      17,338  .......      17,338  .......  ..........
    28 RADIO SYSTEMS.............................  .......      50,911  .......      50,911  .......  ..........
    29 COMM SWITCHING AND CONTROL SYS-  TEMS.....  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
    30 COMM AND ELEC INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT......  .......       7,546  .......       7,546  .......  ..........
    31 MOD KITS MAGTF C41........................  .......      21,136  .......      21,136  .......  ..........
    32 AIR OPERATIONS C2 SYSTEMS.................  .......       5,210  .......       5,210  .......  ..........
    33 INTELLIGENCE C2 SYSTEMS...................  .......      11,825  .......      10,555  .......      -1,270
    34 FIRE SUPPORT SYSTEM.......................  .......      16,152  .......       4,252  .......     -11,900
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS        .......     214,617  .......     201,447  .......     -13,170
       EQUIPMENT.................................

                 SUPPORT VEHICLES

ADMINISTRATIVE VEHICLES:
    35 COMMERCIAL PASSENGER VEHICLES.............  .......         773  .......         773  .......  ..........
    36 COMMERCIAL CARGO VEHICLES.................  .......       6,487  .......       6,487  .......  ..........
TACTICAL VEHICLES:
    37 5/4T TRUCK HMMWV (MYP)....................    1,466     109,201    1,466     109,201  .......  ..........
    38 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLE REPLACE-  MENT....    1,946     312,199    1,946     312,199  .......  ..........
OTHER SUPPORT:
    39 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  .......       2,564  .......       2,564  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SUPPORT VEHICLES....................  .......     431,224  .......     431,224  .......  ..........

           ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

    40 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL EQUIP AS-  SORT.....  .......       2,571  .......       2,571  .......  ..........
    41 BULK LIQUID EQUIPMENT.....................  .......       8,130  .......       8,130  .......  ..........
    42 TACTICAL FUEL SYSTEMS.....................  .......       2,721  .......       4,721  .......      +2,000
    43 DEMOLITION SUPPORT SYSTEMS................  .......       5,674  .......       5,674  .......  ..........
    44 POWER EQUIPMENT ASSORTED..................  .......       7,622  .......       7,622  .......  ..........
MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
    47 AMPHIBIOUS RAID EQUIPMENT.................  .......       2,349  .......       2,349  .......  ..........
    48 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT...............  .......       4,846  .......       4,846  .......  ..........
    49 GARRISON MOBILE ENGR EQUIP................  .......       5,938  .......       5,938  .......  ..........
    50 MATERIAL HANDLING EQUIP...................  .......      27,453  .......      23,453  .......      -4,000
    51 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION..........  .......       9,340  .......       9,340  .......  ..........
GENERAL PROPERTY:
    52 FIELD MEDICAL EQUIPMENT...................  .......       7,530  .......      15,030  .......      +7,500
    53 TRAINING DEVICES..........................  .......      30,566  .......      30,566  .......  ..........
    54 CONTAINER FAMILY..........................  .......       5,909  .......       5,909  .......  ..........
    55 FAMILY OF CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT..........  .......       8,281  .......       8,281  .......  ..........
    56 FAMILY OF INTERNALLY TRANSPORTABLE VEH      .......       4,852  .......       4,852  .......  ..........
     (ITV).......................................
    57 RAPID DEPLOYABLE KITCHEN..................  .......       5,947  .......       5,947  .......  ..........
OTHER SUPPORT:
    58 MODIFICATION KITS.........................  .......      11,892  .......      11,892  .......  ..........
    59 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  .......       7,684  .......       7,684  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEER AND OTHER EQUIPMENT........  .......     159,305  .......     164,805  .......      +5,500
61 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS.......................  .......      26,649  .......      26,649  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS...........  .......     981,724  .......     974,054  .......      -7,670
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  33INTELLIGENCE C2             11,825          10,555          -1,270
     SYSTEMS
        TCAIMS Program  ..............  ..............          -1,270
         Delays
  34FIRE SUPPORT                16,152           4,252         -11,900
     SYSTEM
        Target          ..............  ..............         -11,900
         Location
         Designation
         Handoff
         System Delays
  42TACTICAL FUEL                2,721           4,721          +2,000
     SYSTEMS
        Aluminum Mesh   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Tank Liner
  50MATERIAL HANDLING           27,453          23,453          -4,000
     EQUIP
        Forklift 4K     ..............  ..............          -4,000
  52FIELD MEDICAL                7,530          15,030          +7,500
     EQUIPMENT
        CBIRF           ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Personnel
         Protection
         Equipment
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $7,583,345,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  10,744,458,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,617,332,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,617,332,000. This is $127,126,000 below the budget 
estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the construction, 
procurement, modernization, and modification of aircraft and 
equipment, including armor and armament, specialized ground-
handling equipment, and flight training simulators, spare 
parts, and accessories; specialized equipment; and expansion of 
public and private plants, Government-owned equipment, and 
installation.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 COMBAT AIRCRAFT

TACTICAL FORCES:
      1 F-22 RAPTOR..............................       13   2,658,153       13   2,658,153  .......  ..........
      2 F-22 RAPTOR (AP-CY)......................  .......     379,159  .......     379,159  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COMBAT AIRCRAFT.....................  .......   3,037,312  .......   3,037,312  .......  ..........

                 AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT

TACTICAL AIRLIFT:
      7 C-17A (MYP)..............................       15   2,875,775       15   2,839,775  .......     -36,000
      8 C-17A (MYP) (AP-CY)......................  .......     228,100  .......     371,100  .......    +143,000
      9 C-17 ICS.................................  .......     441,163  .......     441,163  .......  ..........
OTHER AIRLIFT:
     11 C-130J...................................        2     221,809        1     110,904       -1    -110,905
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT....................  .......   3,766,847  .......   3,762,942  .......      -3,905

                 TRAINER AIRCRAFT

OPERATIONAL TRAINERS:
     12 JPATS....................................       48     228,409       48     228,409  .......  ..........

                  OTHER AIRCRAFT

HELICOPTERS:
     13 V-22 OSPREY..............................  .......      95,110  .......  ..........  .......     -95,110
     14 V-22 OSPREY (AP-CY)......................  .......      14,991  .......  ..........  .......     -14,991
MISSION SUPPORT AIRCRAFT:
     15 C-32B FEST/DEST AIRCRAFT.................        1      72,451        1      72,451  .......  ..........
     16 CIVIL AIR PATROL A/C.....................       27       2,629       27       6,629  .......      +4,000
     18 TARGET DRONES............................  .......      35,484  .......      35,484  .......  ..........
     20 EC-130H..................................  .......      19,000  .......      19,000  .......  ..........
     21 E-8C.....................................        1     283,202        1     283,202  .......  ..........
     22 E-8C (AP-CY).............................  .......      49,000  .......      49,000  .......  ..........
     24 HAEUAV...................................        2      85,427        2      85,427  .......  ..........
     25 HAEUAV (AP-CY)...........................  .......      33,500  .......      33,500  .......  ..........
     26 PREDATOR UAV.............................        6      19,632        6      19,632  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER AIRCRAFT......................  .......     710,426  .......     604,325  .......    -106,101

        MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT

STRATEGIC AIRCRAFT:
     27 B-2A.....................................  .......      11,858  .......      11,858  .......  ..........
     28 B-1B.....................................  .......      95,493  .......      37,693  .......     -57,800
     29 B-52.....................................  .......       3,548  .......      23,948  .......     +20,400
     30 F-117....................................  .......  ..........  .......      27,620  .......     +27,620
TACTICAL AIRCRAFT:
     31 A-10.....................................  .......      18,547  .......      23,547  .......      +5,000
     32 F-15.....................................  .......     212,160  .......     237,160  .......     +25,000
     33 F-16.....................................  .......     231,962  .......     236,962  .......      +5,000
     34 T/AT-37..................................  .......          84  .......          84  .......  ..........
AIRLIFT AIRCRAFT:
     35 C-5......................................  .......     103,214  .......     103,214  .......  ..........
     36 C-9......................................  .......         647  .......         647  .......  ..........
     37 C-17A....................................  .......     139,278  .......     139,278  .......  ..........
     38 C-21.....................................  .......       2,675  .......       2,675  .......  ..........
     40 C-32A....................................  .......      40,393  .......      40,393  .......  ..........
     41 C-37A....................................  .......         379  .......         379  .......  ..........
     42 C-141....................................  .......         825  .......         825  .......  ..........
TRAINER AIRCRAFT:
     45 T-38.....................................  .......     144,726  .......     144,726  .......  ..........
     46 T-41 AIRCRAFT............................  .......          90  .......          90  .......  ..........
     47 T-43.....................................  .......       3,750  .......       3,750  .......  ..........
OTHER AIRCRAFT:
     48 KC-10A (ATCA)............................  .......      31,249  .......      31,249  .......  ..........
     49 C-12.....................................  .......         412  .......         412  .......  ..........
     50 C-18.....................................  .......         830  .......         830  .......  ..........
     51 C-20 MODS................................  .......         635  .......         635  .......  ..........
     52 VC-25A MOD...............................  .......      14,165  .......      14,165  .......  ..........
     53 C-130....................................  .......      57,936  .......      63,936  .......      +6,000
     54 C-135....................................  .......     231,066  .......     231,066  .......  ..........
     55 DARP.....................................  .......     195,045  .......     209,585  .......     +14,540
     56 E-3......................................  .......      92,520  .......      92,520  .......  ..........
     57 E-4......................................  .......      45,539  .......      45,539  .......  ..........
     58 E-8......................................  .......      82,996  .......      71,496  .......     -11,500
     59 H-1......................................  .......         288  .......         288  .......  ..........
     60 H-60.....................................  .......      26,519  .......      26,519  .......  ..........
     61 OTHER AIRCRAFT...........................  .......      50,954  .......      50,954  .......  ..........
     62 PREDATOR MODS............................  .......      10,384  .......      10,384  .......  ..........
OTHER MODIFICATIONS:
     63 CLASSIFIED PROJECTS......................  .......      23,227  .......      23,227  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE AIRCRAFT..  .......   1,873,394  .......   1,907,294  .......     +33,900

         AIRCRAFT SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS

     65 SPARES/REPAIR PARTS......................  .......     321,539  .......     295,139  .......     -26,400

    AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES

COMMON SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
     66 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQ AND FACILITIES.......  .......     211,334  .......     211,334  .......  ..........
POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT:
     68 B-2A.....................................  .......      12,647  .......      12,647  .......  ..........
     69 B-2A.....................................  .......      38,612  .......      38,612  .......  ..........
     70 B-1B.....................................  .......       6,400  .......       6,400  .......  ..........
     71 C-130....................................  .......       1,372  .......       1,372  .......  ..........
     72 E-4......................................  .......  ..........  .......  ..........  .......  ..........
     73 F-15 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT.............  .......       7,409  .......       7,409  .......  ..........
     74 F-16 POST PRODUCTION SUPPORT.............  .......      14,542  .......      14,542  .......  ..........
     75 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS..................  .......      25,711  .......      25,711  .......  ..........
     76 WAR CONSUMABLES..........................  .......      44,369  .......      44,369  .......  ..........
     77 MISC PRODUCTION CHARGES..................  .......     324,986  .......     324,986  .......  ..........
     78 COMMON ECM EQUIPMENT.....................  .......       1,200  .......       1,200  .......  ..........
     79 DARP.....................................  .......      90,329  .......      93,329  .......      +3,000
     99 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS......................  .......      27,620  .......  ..........  .......     -27,620
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT SUPPORT EQUIPMENT AND        .......     806,531  .......     781,911  .......     -24,620
       FACILITIES................................
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE.....  .......  10,744,458  .......  10,617,332  .......    -127,126
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   7C-17A (MYP)              2,875,775       2,839,775         -36,000
        Multi-year      ..............  ..............         -36,000
         Procurement
         Savings
   8C-17A (MYP) (AP)           228,100         371,100        +143,000
        MYP             ..............  ..............        +143,000
  11C-130J                     221,809         110,904        -110,905
        Transfer 1 A/C  ..............  ..............  ..............
         to National
         Guard
  13V-22 OSPREY                 95,100  ..............         -95,100
  14V-22 OSPREY (AP)            14,991  ..............         -14,991
  16CIVIL AIR PATROL A/          2,629           6,629          +4,000
     C
  28B-1B                        95,493          37,693         -57,800
        Realignment     ..............  ..............         -57,800
  29B-52                         3,548          23,948         +20,400
        Attrition       ..............  ..............         +20,400
         Reserve A/C
  31A-10                        18,547          23,547          +5,000
        On-Board        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Oxygen
         Generation
         System
  32F-15                       212,160         237,160         +25,000
        ALQ-135         ..............  ..............         +25,000
  33F-16                       231,962         236,962          +5,000
        On-Board        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Oxygen
         Generation
         System
  53C-130                       57,936          63,936          +6,000
        APN-241 Radar   ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Upgrade
  55DARP                       195,045         209,585         +14,540
        Senior Scout;   ..............  ..............          +3,300
         JTIDS
        Senior Scout;   ..............  ..............            +820
         Data Mission
         Management
         Processor
        Senior Scout;   ..............  ..............          +2,800
         Third Shelter
         Modernization
        Senior Scout;   ..............  ..............          +1,620
         Ground
         Station
         Modernization
        Senior Scout;   ..............  ..............          +6,000
         COMINT Search
         and
         Collection
         System
  58E-8                         82,996          71,496         -11,500
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -11,500
         R&D;
  65SPARES/REPAIR              321,539         295,139         -26,400
     PARTS
        CV-22 Spares    ..............  ..............         -26,400
  79DARP                        90,329          93,329          +3,000
        U-2 SYERS       ..............  ..............          +3,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    C-17A (MYP).--The President's budget request included 
$2,875,800,000 for the procurement of 15 C-17A aircraft in 
fiscal year 2002. The Committee believes that there is a 
requirement for increased airlift and an opportunity to achieve 
savings with a follow-on multi-year procurement. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an additional $143,000,000 in advance 
procurement funding to initiate a follow-on C-17 multi-year 
procurement program.
    C-130J.--The President's budget request included 
$221,809,000 for the procurement of 2 C-130J aircraft. The 
Committee recommends transfer of one of these aircraft to the 
``National Guard and Reserve Equipment'' account.
    CV-22.--The President's budget request included 
$136,500,000 in procurement funding for the CV-22. The 
Committee recommends no procurement funding for the CV-22.
    B-1 Lancer.--The Committee recommends realignment of B-1 
funding as requested by the Secretary of the Air Force in a 
letter to the Committee dated August 30, 2001. The realignment 
is as follows:

Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.........................    -$57,800,000
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force..     -42,200,000
Operation & Maintenance, Air National Guard.............    +100,000,000

    Senior Scout.--The Committee recommends an additional 
$14,540,000 for various upgrades to allow full integration of 
the Senior Scout system into the larger Intelligence, 
Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) architecture. These 
improvements include $3,300,000 for the purchase and 
installation of JTIDS capability, $820,000 to update the data 
mission management processor, $2,800,000 and $1,620,000 to 
modernize the third Senior Scout shelter and ground station 
respectively, and $6,000,000 to install the automated COMINT 
search and collection system.
    E-8 JSTARS.--The Committee has been informed that the 
President's budget request contains a substantive error. To 
correct the error, the Committee recommends a transfer of 
$11,500,000 from JSTARS aircraft procurement modifications to 
JSTARS research and development for system development, 
including $5,700,000 for SATCOM kit development and $5,800,000 
for GATM integration efforts.
    Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR).--Last year the conferees 
on the fiscal year 2001 Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act took note of initiatives to consider replacement aircraft 
for the Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) mission, including the 
EH-101 helicopter. The Committee is aware that the Air Force 
recently concluded that it needed a new, medium-lift helicopter 
for the CSAR mission. The Committee is also aware of the 
increasing expenses associated with an aging helicopter fleet, 
and is also concerned about the effectiveness and costs 
associated with reliance on a Service Life Extension Program 
(SLEP). The Committee believes the Air Force should examine 
whether the operational fielding of the replacement helicopter 
should be accelerated and recommends that the Air Force 
consider ``fly before you buy'' alternatives presently 
available.

                     Missile Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,863,778,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   3,233,536,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,657,522,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$3,657,522,000. This is $423,986,000 above the budget 
estimeate.
    This appropriation provides for the construction, 
procurement, and modification of missiles, rockets, spacecraft, 
and related equipment, including investment and repair parts, 
ground-handling equipment, and training devices; and the 
expansion of public and private plants, Government-owned 
equipment, and installations.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BALLISTIC MISSILES:
     1 MISSILE REPLACEMENT EQ-BALLIS.............  .......      25,124  .......      25,124  .......  ..........

                  OTHER MISSILES

TACTICAL:
     3 JASSM.....................................       76      45,010       76      45,010  .......  ..........
     4 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON.....................      104      54,641      104      54,641  .......  ..........
     5 SIDEWINDER (AIM-9X).......................      138      38,923      138      38,923  .......  ..........
     7 AMRAAM....................................      190     104,701      190     104,701  .......  ..........
INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES:
     8 INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES.....................  .......       3,040  .......       3,040  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER MISSILES......................  .......     246,315  .......     246,315  .......  ..........

        MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES

CLASS IV:
    10 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE...................  .......         784  .......         784  .......  ..........
    12 MM III MODIFICATIONS......................  .......     552,678  .......     552,678  .......  ..........
    13 AGM-65D MAVERICK..........................  .......         966  .......         966  .......  ..........
    15 PEACEKEEPER (M-X).........................  .......       5,146  .......       5,146  .......  ..........
MISSILE SPARES + REPAIR PARTS:
    17 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS...................  .......      61,844  .......      61,844  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MODIFICATION OF INSERVICE MISSILES..  .......     621,418  .......     621,418  .......  ..........

                  OTHER SUPPORT

SPACE PROGRAMS:
    18 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES.............        2     377,509        2     377,509  .......  ..........
    19 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SATELLITES (AP- CY)....  .......      13,447  .......      13,447  .......  ..........
    20 SPACEBORNE EQUIP (COMSEC).................  .......       9,332  .......       9,332  .......  ..........
    21 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE)................  .......     177,719  .......     177,719  .......  ..........
    22 GLOBAL POSITIONING (SPACE) (AP-CY)........  .......      23,760  .......      23,760  .......  ..........
    23 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM....................  .......  ..........  .......      19,066  .......     +19,066
    24 DEF METEOROLOGICAL SAT PROG...............  .......      47,580  .......      47,580  .......  ..........
    25 DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM(SPACE)............  .......     112,456  .......     112,456  .......  ..........
    26 DEFENSE SATELLITE COMM SYSTEM.............  .......      27,004  .......      27,004  .......  ..........
    27 TITAN SPACE BOOSTERS(SPACE)...............  .......     385,298  .......     355,298  .......     -30,000
    28 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE.........        1      98,007        1      98,007  .......  ..........
    29 MEDIUM LAUNCH VEHICLE (SPACE).............  .......      42,355  .......      42,355  .......  ..........
    30 SBIR HIGH (SPACE) (AP-CY).................  .......      93,752  .......  ..........  .......     -93,752
SPECIAL PROGRAMS:
    32 SPECIAL PROGRAMS..........................  .......     803,946  .......   1,332,618  .......    +528,672
    33 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAMS...................  .......     128,514  .......     128,514  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER SUPPORT.......................  .......   2,340,679  .......   2,764,665  .......    +423,986
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR  FORCE.....  .......   3,233,536  .......   3,657,522  .......    +423,986
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  23NUDET DETECTION     ..............          19,066         +19,066
     SYSTEM
  27TITAN SPACE                385,298         355,298         -30,000
     BOOSTERS (SPACE)
  30SBIRS HIGH (SPACE)          93,800  ..............         -93,800
     (AP)
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    GPS Nuclear Detonation System.--In Public Law 107-40, the 
Congress directed that all future funding for GPS NUDET be 
budgeted for in the ``Missile Procurement, Air Force'' account. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$19,066,000 in ``Missile Procurement, Air Force''.
    Titan Space Boosters.--The President's budget request 
included $385,298,000 for Titan Space Boosters. The Committee 
believes that the Air Force has budgeted in excess of 
requirements in fiscal year 2002 for Titan. Therefore, the 
Committee recommends an appropriation of $355,298,000, a 
reduction of $30,000,000 to the budget request.
    Space-Based Infra-Red System (SBIRS) High (AP).--The 
President's budget request included $93,800,000 in advance 
procurement funding for SBIRS High and $54,300,000 in Other 
Procurement, Air Force for the procurement of hardware 
associated with a back-up ground station. The Committee has 
been informed by the Air Force that a recently concluded SBIRS 
Critical Design Review (CDR) produced unsatisfactory results. 
These results include a potential cost growth of $2,000,000,000 
over the next 5 years and a 3-year delay in the Initial 
Operational Capability of the system. The Committee is dismayed 
that a program that is so important to the national security 
and has had four replans in the last 5 years continues to have 
such poor cost and schedule performance. The continued problems 
with SBIRS (High) highlight the clear lack of systems 
engineering expertise in the Air Force and raises questions as 
to the Air Force's ability to take on added responsibilities 
for the acquisition and operations of complex space systems 
from other government agencies as recommended by a recent 
commission.
    Based on the unsatisfactory results of the CDR, the 
Committee denies the entire request for procurement funding and 
recommends an additional $50,000,000 in the Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force appropriation for 
SBIRS (High) to begin to address program deficiencies. The 
Committee directs that none of the additional $50,000,000 may 
be obligated or expended until the Under Secretary of the Air 
Force provides the Committee with a detailed report on how 
these deficiencies occurred and a detailed plan for proceeding 
with the program that includes all corrective actions to be 
taken including establishing improved management processes as 
well as a plan to develop systems engineering expertise in the 
Air Force.

                  Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $647,808,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     865,344,000
Committee recommendation................................     873,344,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $873,344,000. 
This is $8,000,000 above the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the acquisition of 
ammunition, modifications, spares, weapons, and other 
ammunition-related items for the Air Force.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE:
     1 ROCKETS...................................  .......      29,580  .......      33,580  .......      +4,000
     2 CARTRIDGES................................  .......     122,907  .......     122,907  .......  ..........
BOMBS:
     3 PRACTICE BOMBS............................  .......      50,230  .......      50,230  .......  ..........
     4 GENERAL PURPOSE BOMBS.....................  .......     110,522  .......     110,522  .......  ..........
     5 CAWCF CLOSURE COSTS.......................  .......       7,946  .......       7,946  .......  ..........
     6 SENSOR FUZED WEAPON.......................      300     109,521      300     109,521  .......  ..........
     7 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION..............    8,383     187,257    8,383     187,257  .......  ..........
     8 WIND CORRECTED MUNITIONS DISP.............    6,838     111,853    6,838     115,853  .......      +4,000
FLARE, IR MJU-7B:
     9 CAD/PAD...................................  .......      18,170  .......      18,170  .......  ..........
    10 EXPLOSVE ORDINANCE DISPOSAL...............  .......       1,421  .......       1,421  .......  ..........
    11 INITIAL SPARES............................  .......       2,727  .......       2,727  .......  ..........
    12 MODIFICATIONS LESS THAN $5 MILLION........  .......         211  .......         211  .......  ..........
    13 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION................  .......       1,633  .......       1,633  .......  ..........
FUZES:
    14 FLARES....................................  .......     108,965  .......     108,965  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMO, AIR FORCE......  .......     862,943  .......     870,943  .......      +8,000
WEAPONS:
    16 SMALL ARMS................................  .......       2,401  .......       2,401  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE  .......     865,344  .......     873,344  .......      +8,000
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1ROCKETS                     29,580          33,580          +4,000
        2.75 Inch       ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Rocket Motor
         Cost Growth
        Hydra Rockets   ..............  ..............          +9,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $7,763,747,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   8,159,521,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,144,174,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$8,144,174,000. This is $15,347,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for the procurement of weapons 
systems and equipment other than aircraft and missiles. 
Included are munitions, other weapons, the leasing of vehicles, 
electronic and telecommunications systems for command and 
control of operational forces, and ground support equipment for 
weapons systems and supporting structure.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT

PASSENGER CARRYING VEHICLES:
      1 SEDAN, 4 DR 4X2..........................       54         686       54         686  .......  ..........
      2 STATION WAGON, 4X2.......................        8         124        8         124  .......  ..........
      3 BUSES....................................       72       4,307       72       4,307  .......  ..........
      4 AMBULANCES...............................        3         252        3         252  .......  ..........
      5 LAW ENFORCEMENT VEHICLE..................       79       1,531       79       1,531  .......  ..........
      6 ARMORED VEHICLE..........................        3         684        3         684  .......  ..........
CARGO + UTILITY VEHICLES:
      7 TRUCK, CARGO-UTILITY, 3/4T, 4............  .......       5,733  .......       5,733  .......  ..........
      8 TRUCK MULTI-STOP 1 TON 4X2...............  .......      10,367  .......      10,367  .......  ..........
     10 HIGH MOBILITY VEHICLE (MYP)..............  .......       6,390  .......       6,390  .......  ..........
     11 CAP VEHICLES.............................  .......         785  .......         785  .......  ..........
     12 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      34,320  .......      34,320  .......  ..........
SPECIAL PURPOSE VEHICLES:
     13 HMMWV, ARMORED...........................  .......       1,000  .......       1,000  .......  ..........
     14 TRACTOR, TOW, FLIGHTLINE.................  .......       6,035  .......       6,035  .......  ..........
     15 TRUCK HYDRANT FUEL.......................  .......       5,895  .......       5,895  .......  ..........
     16 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      19,818  .......      19,818  .......  ..........
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT:
     18 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       5,029  .......       5,029  .......  ..........
MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT:
     19 TRUCK, F/L 10,000 LB.....................  .......       6,914  .......       6,914  .......  ..........
     20 60K A/C LOADER...........................       44      90,763       44      90,763  .......  ..........
     21 NEXT GENERATION SMALL LOADER.............      101      53,461      101      53,461  .......  ..........
     22 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       4,106  .......       4,106  .......  ..........
BASE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT:
     23 TRUCK, DUMP..............................  .......       2,839  .......       2,839  .......  ..........
     24 RUNWAY SNOW REMOV AND CLEANING...........  .......      12,484  .......      12,484  .......  ..........
     25 MODIFICATIONS............................  .......       3,360  .......       3,360  .......  ..........
     26 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      11,943  .......      11,943  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT.................  .......     288,826  .......     288,826  .......  ..........

     ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS EQUIP

COMM SECURITY EQUIPMENT (COMSEC):
     28 COMSEC EQUIPMENT.........................  .......      35,188  .......      35,188  .......  ..........
     29 MODIFICATIONS (COMSEC)...................  .......         468  .......         468  .......  ..........
INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS:
     31 INTELLIGENCE TRAINING EQUIPMENT..........  .......       1,237  .......       1,237  .......  ..........
     32 INTELLIGENCE COMM EQUIP..................  .......       1,955  .......       1,955  .......  ..........
ELECTRONICS PROGRAMS:
     33 AIR TRAFFIC CTRL/LAND SYS................  .......       4,698  .......       4,698  .......  ..........
     34 NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM.................  .......      71,930  .......      40,530  .......     -31,400
     35 THEATER AIR CONTROL SYS IMPRO............  .......      15,057  .......      15,057  .......  ..........
     36 WEATHER OBSERV/FORCAST...................  .......      33,766  .......      33,766  .......  ..........
     37 STRATEGIC COMMAND AND CONTROL............  .......      21,066  .......      21,066  .......  ..........
     38 CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN COMPLEX................  .......      30,642  .......      30,642  .......  ..........
     39 TAC SIGINT SUPPORT.......................  .......         976  .......         976  .......  ..........
SPECIAL COMM-ELECTRONICS PROJECTS:
     41 GENERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY...........  .......      56,817  .......      56,817  .......  ..........
     42 AF GLOBAL COMMAND and CONTROL............  .......      15,151  .......      15,151  .......  ..........
     43 MOBILITY COMMAND AND CONTROL.............  .......       8,879  .......       8,879  .......  ..........
     44 AIR FORCE PHYSICAL SECURITY..............  .......      62,313  .......      62,313  .......  ..........
     45 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES...................  .......      67,585  .......     118,485  .......     +50,900
     46 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY..............  .......       2,078  .......       2,078  .......  ..........
     47 C3 COUNTERMEASURES.......................  .......       9,623  .......       9,623  .......  ..........
     49 BASE LEVEL DATA AUTO PROGRAM.............  .......      12,895  .......      12,895  .......  ..........
     50 THEATER BATTLE MGT C2 SYS................  .......      47,291  .......      47,291  .......  ..........
AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS:
     52 BASE INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE..........  .......     154,097  .......     154,097  .......  ..........
     53 USCENTCOM................................  .......      10,867  .......      10,867  .......  ..........
     54 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM (DMS).............  .......      13,336  .......      13,336  .......  ..........
DISA PROGRAMS:
     55 SPACE BASED IR SENSOR PROG...............  .......      54,347  .......  ..........  .......     -54,347
     56 NAVSTAR GPS SPACE........................  .......       4,003  .......       4,003  .......  ..........
     58 NUDET DETECTION SYS (NDS)................  .......       8,470  .......       8,470  .......  ..........
     59 AF SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK.............  .......      29,678  .......      29,678  .......  ..........
     60 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM SPACE.............  .......     132,764  .......     132,764  .......  ..........
     61 MILSATCOM SPACE..........................  .......      21,367  .......      62,267  .......     +40,900
     62 SPACE MODS SPACE.........................  .......      31,915  .......      31,915  .......  ..........
ORGANIZATION AND BASE:
     63 TACTICAL C-E EQUIPMENT...................  .......      95,096  .......      95,096  .......  ..........
     64 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATE............  .......       2,222  .......       2,222  .......  ..........
     65 RADIO EQUIPMENT..........................  .......      13,926  .......      13,926  .......  ..........
     66 TV EQUIPMENT (AFRTV).....................  .......       2,640  .......       2,640  .......  ..........
     67 CCTV/AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT...............  .......       3,275  .......       3,275  .......  ..........
     68 BASE COMM INFRASTRUCTURE.................  .......      76,903  .......      76,903  .......  ..........
     69 SPARES AND REP PARTS.....................  .......          16  .......          16  .......  ..........
     70 CAP COM and ELECT........................  .......  ..........  .......      10,400  .......     +10,400
     71 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       6,094  .......       6,094  .......  ..........
MODIFICATIONS:
     72 COMM ELECT MODS..........................  .......      66,386  .......      52,286  .......     -14,100
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ELECTRONICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS    .......   1,227,017  .......   1,229,370  .......      +2,353
       EQUIP.....................................

     OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT EQUIP

TEST EQUIPMENT:
     73 BASE/ALC CALIBRATION PACKAGE.............  .......      11,974  .......      11,974  .......  ..........
     74 PRIMARY STANDARDS LABORATORY.............  .......       1,073  .......       1,073  .......  ..........
     75 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      17,493  .......      17,493  .......  ..........
PERSONAL SAFETY AND RESCUE EQUIP:
     76 NIGHT VISION GOGGLES.....................  .......       3,330  .......       3,330  .......  ..........
     77 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       7,680  .......      11,680  .......      +4,000
DEPOT PLANT + MATERIALS HANDLING EQ:
     78 MECHANIZED MATERIAL HANDLING.............  .......      14,361  .......      22,361  .......      +8,000
     79 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       9,437  .......       9,437  .......  ..........
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT:
     80 FLOODLIGHTS..............................  .......       6,946  .......       6,946  .......  ..........
     81 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......       6,061  .......       6,061  .......  ..........
BASE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT:
     82 BASE PROCURED EQUIPMENT..................  .......      11,957  .......      11,957  .......  ..........
     83 MEDICAL/DENTAL EQUIPMENT.................  .......      15,525  .......      15,525  .......  ..........
     84 ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS...................  .......         938  .......         938  .......  ..........
     85 AIR BASE OPERABILITY.....................  .......       6,000  .......       6,000  .......  ..........
     86 PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT...................  .......       5,805  .......       5,805  .......  ..........
     87 PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCING CAPITA............  .......       7,981  .......       7,981  .......  ..........
     88 MOBILITY EQUIPMENT.......................  .......      27,581  .......      33,581  .......      +6,000
     89 AIR CONDITIONERS.........................  .......       7,058  .......       7,058  .......  ..........
     90 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      25,876  .......      25,876  .......  ..........
SPECIAL SUPPORT PROJECTS:
     91 INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTION ACTIV............  .......      64,110  .......      56,110  .......      -8,000
     92 TECH SURV COUNTERMEASURES EQ.............  .......       4,236  .......       4,236  .......  ..........
     93 DARP RC135...............................  .......      14,247  .......      14,247  .......  ..........
     94 DARP, MRIGS..............................  .......      89,478  .......      89,478  .......  ..........
     95 SELECTED ACTIVITIES......................  .......   6,070,259  .......   6,042,559  .......     -27,700
     96 SPECIAL UPDATE PROGRAM...................  .......     161,157  .......     161,157  .......  ..........
     97 DEFENSE SPACE RECONNAISSANCE.............  .......       6,829  .......       6,829  .......  ..........
     98 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS..................  .......       1,134  .......       1,134  .......  ..........
     99 MODIFICATIONS............................  .......         209  .......         209  .......  ..........
    100 FIRST DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION.........  .......      11,822  .......      11,822  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OTHER BASE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT    .......   6,610,557  .......   6,592,857  .......     -17,700
       EQUIP.....................................
SPARE AND REPAIR PARTS:
    101 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS..................  .......      33,121  .......      33,121  .......  ..........
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE........  .......   8,159,521  .......   8,144,174  .......     -15,347
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  34NATIONAL AIRSPACE           71,930          40,530         -31,400
     SYSTEM
        DASR Program    ..............  ..............         -31,400
         Delays
  45COMBAT TRAINING             67,585         118,485         +50,900
     RANGES
        Mobile Remote   ..............  ..............         +16,000
         Emitter
         Simulators
        P4 BE ACMI      ..............  ..............          +7,400
         Pods for 11th
         AF
        Pacific AK      ..............  ..............         +18,000
         Range Complex
         Mount
         Fairplay
        TPS-117 Radar
         Site
        UMPTE Upgrade-- ..............  ..............          +6,000
         11th AF
        UHF/VHF Radios  ..............  ..............          +3,500
         for Mount
         Fairplay,
         Sustina
  52BASE INFORMATION           154,100         154,100  ..............
     INFRASTRUCTURE
        C2 ISR          ..............         [8,500]  ..............
         Acqusiton
         Center of
         Excellance
  55SPACE BASED IR              54,347  ..............         -54,347
     SENSOR PROG
  61MILSATCOM SPACE             21,367          62,267         +40,900
        Teleports       ..............  ..............         +40,900
  70CAP COM & ELECT     ..............          10,400         +10,400
        Additional      ..............  ..............          +1,400
         Communication
         s Units
        Searchers EDGE  ..............  ..............          +9,000
  72COMM ELECT MODS             66,386          52,286         -14,100
        Weather         ..............  ..............         -11,600
         Observation &
         Forecast
         System Cost
         Growth
        Deferred        ..............  ..............          -2,500
         Procurement
  77ITEMS LESS THAN              7,680          11,680          +4,000
     $5,000,000
        Clear Laser     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Eye
         Protection
  78MECHANIZED                  14,361          22,361          +8,000
     MATERIAL HANDLING
        Supply Asset    ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Tracking
         System
  88MOBILITY EQUIPMENT          27,581          33,581          +6,000
        Heli-Basket     ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Technology
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Supply Asset Tracking System.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $8,000,000 for Supply Asset Tracking System (SATS) 
installation and associated support activities. This funding 
continues an effort to address a critical logistics priority 
within the Air Force, Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard 
programs.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $2,346,258,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,603,927,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,473,795,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,473,795,000. This is $130,132,000 below the budget estimate.
    This appropriation provides for procurement of capital 
equipment for the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the 
Defense Special Weapons Agency, the Defense Information Systems 
Agency, the Defense Logistics Agency, the Defense Investigative 
Service, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, the Defense Support 
Project Office, the Joint Staff, the Defense Commissary Agency, 
special operations forces, chemical biological defense 
activities, and other classified and unclassified activities of 
the Department of Defense. The program includes procurement of 
automatic data processing equipment, mechanized material 
handling systems, the lease of general and special purpose 
vehicles, supplies, spare parts, communications equipment, 
expansion of public and private plants, acquisition of land, 
and for other purposes.

                     committee recommended program

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 MAJOR EQUIPMENT

MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD/WHS:
      2 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, OSD.....................  .......      87,189  .......      87,189  .......  ..........
      3 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, WHS.....................  .......      18,836  .......      18,836  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DISA:
     10 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY.............  .......      43,211  .......      43,211  .......  ..........
     11 CONTINUITY OF OPERATIONS.................  .......       3,288  .......       3,288  .......  ..........
     12 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM...................  .......      19,062  .......      19,062  .......  ..........
     13 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYS...........  .......       3,550  .......       3,550  .......  ..........
     14 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM.............  .......       1,843  .......       1,843  .......  ..........
     16 TELEPORTS................................  .......      97,351  .......  ..........  .......     -97,351
     17 ITEMS LESS THAN $5 MILLION...............  .......      29,580  .......      29,580  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DLA:
     22 MAJOR EQUIPMENT..........................  .......      12,805  .......      12,805  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCAA:
     23 MAJOR EQUIPMENT ITEMS LESS THAN $5         .......       1,500  .......       1,500  .......  ..........
     MILLION.....................................
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS:
     24 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, TJS.....................  .......      35,380  .......      35,380  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DHRA:
     29 PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.................  .......       7,352  .......       7,352  .......  ..........
DEFENSE THREAT REDUCTION AGENCY:
     31 VEHICLES.................................  .......         145  .......         145  .......  ..........
     32 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT....................  .......      24,480  .......      24,480  .......  ..........
DEFENSE SECURITY COOPERATION AGENCY:
     33 OTHER MAJOR EQUIPMENT....................  .......         200  .......         200  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS:
     34 MAJOR EQUIPMENT, AFIS....................  .......       5,369  .......       5,369  .......  ..........
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DODDE:
     35 AUTOMATION/EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT AND         .......       1,576  .......       1,576  .......  ..........
     LOGISTICS...................................
MAJOR EQUIPMENT, DCMA:
     36 MAJOR EQUIPMENT..........................  .......      31,413  .......      31,413  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MAJOR EQUIPMENT.....................  .......     424,130  .......     326,779  .......     -97,351

            SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

AVIATION PROGRAMS:
     37 SOF ROTARY WING UPGRADES.................  .......      79,084  .......      70,084  .......      -9,000
     39 MC-130H COMBAT TALON II..................  .......      10,427  .......       7,427  .......      -3,000
     40 CV-22 SOF MODIFICATION...................  .......      28,202  .......  ..........  .......     -28,202
     41 AC-130U GUNSHIP ACQUISITION..............  .......       8,705  .......       8,705  .......  ..........
     42 C-130 MODIFICATIONS......................  .......       8,176  .......       8,176  .......  ..........
     43 AIRCRAFT SUPPORT.........................  .......       1,763  .......       1,763  .......  ..........
SHIPBUILDING:
     44 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS...............  .......      33,439  .......      37,428  .......      +3,989
     45 ADVANCED SEAL DELIVERY SYS (AP- CY)......  .......      13,697  .......      13,697  .......  ..........
     46 MK VIII MOD 1--SEAL DELIVERY VEH.........  .......         504  .......         504  .......  ..........
AMMUNITION PROGRAMS:
     48 SOF ORDNANCE REPLENISHMENT...............  .......      31,415  .......      31,415  .......  ..........
     49 CONVENTIONAL AMMO WORKING CAPITAL FUND...  .......       1,509  .......       1,509  .......  ..........
     50 SOF ORDNANCE ACQUISITION.................  .......       5,635  .......       5,635  .......  ..........
OTHER PROCUREMENT PROGRAMS:
     51 COMM EQUIPMENT AND ELECTRONICS...........  .......      41,404  .......      46,504  .......      +5,100
     52 SOF INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS.................  .......       8,133  .......       8,133  .......  ..........
     53 SOF SMALL ARMS and WEAPONS...............  .......       6,936  .......       6,936  .......  ..........
     54 MARITIME EQUIPMENT MODS..................  .......       1,660  .......       1,660  .......  ..........
     55 SOF COMBATANT CRAFT SYSTEMS..............  .......       6,042  .......       6,042  .......  ..........
     56 SPARES AND REPAIR PARTS..................  .......       5,036  .......       5,036  .......  ..........
     57 SOF MARITIME EQUIPMENT...................  .......       2,975  .......       1,807  .......      -1,168
     59 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......       8,111  .......       8,111  .......  ..........
     60 SOF PLANNING AND REHEARSAL SYS-  TEM.....  .......       1,448  .......       1,448  .......  ..........
     61 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS.............  .......     102,571  .......     102,571  .......  ..........
     62 PSYOP EQUIPMENT..........................  .......       2,780  .......       2,780  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND..........  .......     409,652  .......     377,371  .......     -32,281

           CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
CBDP:
     63 INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION....................  .......     114,327  .......     114,327  .......  ..........
     64 DECONTAMINATION..........................  .......      15,196  .......      15,196  .......  ..........
     65 JOINT BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM.........  .......     155,916  .......     153,916  .......      -2,000
     66 COLLECTIVE PROTECTION....................  .......      38,940  .......      48,940  .......     +10,000
     67 CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE..................  .......      24,330  .......      24,330  .......  ..........
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE.........  .......     348,709  .......     356,709  .......      +8,000
99 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS...........................  .......     421,436  .......     412,936  .......      -8,500
                                                  ==============================================================
      TOTAL, PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE...........  .......   1,603,927  .......   1,473,795  .......    -130,132
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
  16TELEPORTS                   97,351  ..............         -97,351
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -97,351
         Service
         Accounts
  37SOF ROTARY WING             79,084          70,084          -9,000
     UPGRADES
        MH-47D          ..............  ..............          -9,000
         Conversion
         Kits
  39MC-130H COMBAT              10,427           7,427          -3,000
     TALON II
        Production      ..............  ..............          -3,000
         Reduction
  40CV-22 SOF                   28,202  ..............         -28,202
     MODIFICATION
        Production      ..............  ..............         -28,202
         Delay
  44ADVANCED SEAL               33,439          27,408          +3,989
     DELIVERY SYSTEM
        Lithium Ion     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Battery
         Technology
        GFE             ..............  ..............          -4,500
        Transporter     ..............  ..............          -1,511
  51COMM EQUIPMENT AND          41,404          46,504          +5,000
     ELECTRONICS
        MBITR           ..............  ..............          +5,100
  57SOF MARITIME                 2,975           1,807          -1,168
     EQUIPMENT
        Hydrographic    ..............  ..............          -1,168
         Littoral
         Mapping
         Device
  65JOINT BIOLOGICAL           155,916         153,916          -2,000
     DEFENSE PROGRAM
        Production      ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Delays
  66COLLECTIVE                  38,940          48,940         +10,000
     PROTECTION
        Protective      ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Shelters
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Teleports.--The President's budget request included 
$97,351,000 for DoD teleports. The Committee understands that 
while each military service will own, operate and maintain 
their respective sites, procurement responsibility will reside 
with Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). The Committee 
believes that it is not sound policy for a military service to 
be responsible for the operation of a system and not have the 
responsibility and accountability to procure upgrades for the 
system. Therefore, the Committee recommends transfer of these 
funds to the respective military services. The Committee also 
directs that future budget requests for teleports be included 
in the respective military service procurement accounts.
    MH-47D conversion kits.--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $9,000,000 and directs the delayed procurement of 
one kit to fiscal year 2003.
    Combat Talon II.--The Committee recommends a reduction of 
$3,000,000 and directs a procurement level consistent with the 
fiscal year 2001 level.
    CV-22 SOF modifications.--The Committee recommends a 
reduction of $28,202,000, consistent with the overall program 
procurement delays.
    Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS).--The Committee 
recommends an additional $10,000,000 to correct design flaws in 
the current silver zinc battery system utilized in ASDS Number 
One and to accelerate the development of lithium ion battery 
technology. Also, the Committee is aware of the decision to 
delay the advance procurement of ASDS Number Two until fiscal 
year 2003. Reductions of $4,500,000 and $1,511,000 are 
recommended for GFE and the transporter vehicle respectively.
    Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device.--The 
Committee directs a reduction of $1,168,000 due to contracting 
delays in fiscal year 2001.
    Environmentally-friendly Magnesium Coating.--The Committee 
directs the Department of Defense, in coordination with the 
Environmental Protection Agency, to complete a review by June 
30, 2002, regarding the benefits of switching to AMS-2466 from 
AMS-2476B and AMS-497C for improved corrosion protection of 
magnesium castings and to eliminate hexavalent chromium, a 
known carcinogen. This review should include a comparison of 
the corrosion resistance of the AMS-2466 anodic coating used on 
the F-119 engine with the corrosion resistance of the anodic 
coatings on other military hardware. If AMS-2466 is shown to be 
superior, the Committee directs the Department to specify its 
use as the standard coating for magnesium parts whenever it is 
cost effective to do so.

                    Defense Production Act Purchases

Appropriations, 2001..........................................$3,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002.........................................50,000,000
Committee recommendation......................................15,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $15,000,000. 
This is a reduction of $35,000,000 to the budget estimate. 
Nonetheless, the recommended amount is a five-fold increase 
over last year's level.

                  National Guard and Reserve Equipment

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $100,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................................
Committee recommendation................................     560,505,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $560,505,000. 
This is $560,505,000 above the budget estimate.
    The appropriation includes direction for each Reserve or 
National Guard component commander to prepare and submit to the 
congressional defense committees a detailed assessment of that 
component's modernization priorities.
    The Committee maintains that the Reserves and National 
Guard should exercise control of funds provided for their 
modernization in this account. The separate submission of these 
assessments, directly from the components chiefs to the 
committees will ensure that the Reserve and National Guard 
priorities are addressed in the allocation of this 
appropriation.

                     committee recommended program

    The following summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                        Change
                                                               2002               Committee              from
                                                     Qty.     budget      Qty.    recommen-    Qty.     budget
                                                             estimate              dation              estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                RESERVE EQUIPMENT

ARMY RESERVE:
      1 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      15,000  .......     +15,000
NAVY RESERVE:
      2 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      15,000  .......     +15,000
MARINE CORPS RESERVE:
      3 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      10,000  .......     +10,000
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
      4 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      10,000  .......     +10,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, RESERVE EQUIPMENT.................  .......  ..........  .......      50,000  .......     +50,000

             NATIONAL GUARD EQUIPMENT

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
      5 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      15,000  .......     +15,000
        HMMWV....................................  .......  ..........  .......      25,000  .......     +25,000
        FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV).  .......  ..........  .......      25,000  .......     +25,000
        SINGARS..................................  .......  ..........  .......      20,000  .......     +20,000
        MULTI-ROLE BRIDGE COMPANIES..............  .......  ..........  .......      17,700  .......     +17,700
        UH-60 BLACKHAWK..........................  .......  ..........       10     102,500       10    +102,500
        DISTANCE LEARNING........................  .......  ..........  .......      10,000  .......     +10,000
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD...........  .......  ..........  .......     215,200  .......    +215,200

                AIR NATIONAL GUARD

      6 MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT..................  .......  ..........  .......      15,000  .......     +15,000
        C-130....................................  .......  ..........        2     182,205       +2    +182,205
        P-19 TRUCK CRASH.........................  .......  ..........  .......       5,000  .......      +5,000
        F-15 E-KIT UPGRADES......................  .......  ..........  .......      20,000  .......     +20,000
        F-16 BLOCK 42 ENGINE UPGRADES............  .......  ..........  .......      52,000  .......     +52,000
        C-17 MAINTENANCE TRAINER.................  .......  ..........  .......      21,100  .......     +21,100
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AIR NATIONAL GUARD..............  .......  ..........  .......     295,305  .......    +295,305
                                                  --------------------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD EQUIP-  .........
            MENT.................................  .......  ..........  .......     510,505  .......    +510,505
                                                  ==============================================================
          TOTAL, NATIONAL GUARD AND RE-  ........
            SERVE EQUIPMENT......................  .......  ..........  .......     560,505  .......    +560,505
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   committee recommended adjustments


                              army reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$15,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Army Reserve 
units.

                             naval reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$15,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Naval Reserve 
units.

                          marine corps reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Marine Corps 
Reserve units.

                           air force reserve

    Miscellaneous equipment.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for the procurement of unspecified miscellaneous 
equipment to improve the readiness ratings of Air Force Reserve 
units.

                          army national guard


                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Miscellaneous equipment.........................................  ..............  ..............         +15,000
UH-60 Blackhawk.................................................  ..............  ..............        +102,500
HMMWV...........................................................  ..............  ..............         +25,000
Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV)........................  ..............  ..............         +25,000
SINCGARS........................................................  ..............  ..............         +20,000
Multi-Role Bridge Companies.....................................  ..............  ..............         +17,700
Distance Learning...............................................  ..............  ..............         +10,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
    Total Army National Guard...................................  ..............  ..............        +215,200
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                           air national guard


                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Miscellaneous equipment.........................................  ..............  ..............         +15,000
C-130 Aircraft..................................................  ..............  ..............        +182,205
F-15 E-Kit Engine Upgrades......................................  ..............  ..............         +20,000
F-16 Block 42 Engine Upgrades...................................  ..............  ..............         +52,000
C-17 Maintenance Trainer........................................  ..............  ..............         +21,100
P-19 Truck Crash................................................  ..............  ..............          +5,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
    Total Air National Guard....................................  ..............  ..............        +295,305
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    C-130 Aircraft.--The Committee recommends $182,205,000 for 
the procurement of 2 C-130J aircraft for the Air National 
Guard.

                       items of special interest

    The Committee agrees that the National Guard and Reserve 
equipment program shall be executed by the heads of the Guard 
and Reserve components with priority consideration for 
miscellaneous equipment appropriations given to the following 
items: Eagle vision program, AN/AAQ-24 Directional Infared 
Countermeasure (DIRCM), Distance Learning, C-130 Radar 
Modernization, Engagement Skills Trainer, Guard Net XXI, 
Integrated Training Management Program, Family of Medium 
Tactical Vehicles, Commercial Construction Equipment, Project 
ALERT, and the Striker Advanced Grenade Launcher, advanced 
display processor.

                                TITLE IV

              RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION

    Funds appropriated under this title provide the resources 
required to conduct a program of research, development, test 
and evaluation, including research in basic science, applied 
research, advanced technology development, demonstration and 
validation, engineering and manufacturing development, and 
operational systems development.
    The President's fiscal year 2002 budget requests a total of 
$47,429,433,000 for research, development, test and evaluation 
appropriations.

                      Summary of Committee Action

    The Committee recommends research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations totaling $46,006,678,000 for fiscal 
year 2002. This is $1,422,755,000 below the budget estimate.
    Committee recommended research, development, test and 
evaluation appropriations for fiscal year 2002 are summarized 
below:

                      SUMMARY OF RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION APPROPRIATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation:
    Army........................................................       6,693,920       6,742,123         +48,203
    Navy........................................................      11,123,389      10,742,710        -380,679
    Air Force...................................................      14,343,982      13,859,401        -484,581
    Defense-Wide................................................      15,050,787      14,445,589        -605,198
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense........................         217,355         216,855            -500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total.....................................................      47,429,433      46,006,678      -1,422,755
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       committee recommendations

    The Committee has displayed recommended adjustments in 
tables presented under each appropriation account.
    These adjustments reflect the following Committee actions: 
elimination of funds requested for programs which are lower 
priority, duplicative, or not supported by firm requirements in 
out year development or procurement appropriations; deletion of 
excess funds based on program delays or slow execution; 
addition of funds to reflect congressional priorities and to 
rectify shortfalls in the budget estimate; and implementation 
of recommendations reported in the Senate bill authorizing 
activities of the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2002.
    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the table.

           Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $6,342,552,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   6,693,920,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,742,123,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$6,742,123,000. This is $48,203,000 above the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
BASIC RESEARCH:
      1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH................          14,815          14,815  ..............
      2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES...............................         138,281         140,531          +2,250
      3 UNIVERSITY AND INDUSTRY RESEARCH CENTERS................          69,147          69,147  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         222,243         224,493          +2,250
APPLIED RESEARCH:
      5 MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY....................................          13,794          25,294         +11,500
      6 SENSORS AND ELECTRONIC SURVIVABILITY....................          25,797          33,297          +7,500
      7 TRACTOR HIP.............................................           7,741           7,741  ..............
      8 AVIATION TECHNOLOGY.....................................          49,265          44,265          -5,000
      9 EW TECHNOLOGY...........................................          17,449          17,449  ..............
     10 MISSILE TECHNOLOGY......................................          40,112          48,612          +8,500
     11 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY.............................          19,043          24,043          +5,000
     12 MODELING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY......................          20,579          25,579          +5,000
     13 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY................          82,441         116,441         +34,000
     14 BALLISTICS TECHNOLOGY...................................          61,502          61,502  ..............
     15 CHEMICAL, SMOKE AND EQUIPMENT DEFEATING TECH-  NOLOGY...           3,561           4,561          +1,000
     16 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM........................           5,611           5,611  ..............
     17 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY........................          35,549          45,549         +10,000
     18 ELECTRONICS AND ELECTRONIC DEVICES......................          27,819          38,819         +11,000
     19 NIGHT VISION TECHNOLOGY.................................          20,598          20,598  ..............
     20 COUNTERMINE SYSTEMS.....................................          16,689          21,689          +5,000
     21 HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY....................          16,466          16,466  ..............
     22 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY........................          16,150          20,000          +3,850
     23 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY.............          24,342          24,342  ..............
     24 COMPUTER AND SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY........................           6,154           4,154          -2,000
     25 MILITARY ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY.........................          42,850          51,350          +8,500
     26 MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/TRAINING TECHNOLOGY..................          16,315          15,315          -1,000
     27 WARFIGHTER TECHNOLOGY...................................          27,061          27,061  ..............
     28 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY......................................          82,494         117,644         +35,150
     30 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.........................          10,045          10,045  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         689,427         827,427        +138,000
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
     31 WARFIGHTER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..........................          60,332          65,332          +5,000
     32 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.............................          17,541          46,291         +28,750
     33 AVIATION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY............................          44,843          39,843          -5,000
     34 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...............          29,684          29,684  ..............
     35 COMBAT VEHICLE AND AUTOMOTIVE ADVANCED TECHNOL-  OGY....         193,858         222,408         +28,550
     36 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS ADVANCED TECH-  NOLOGY.          31,865          35,865          +4,000
     37 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY....           3,120           3,120  ..............
     38 TRACTOR HIKE............................................          10,415          10,415  ..............
     40 TRACTOR ROSE............................................           9,293           9,293  ..............
     41 MILITARY HIV RESEARCH...................................           5,937           5,937  ..............
     43 GLOBAL SURVEILLANCE/AIR DEFENSE/PRECISION STRIKE  TECH..          32,267          32,267  ..............
     44 EW TECHNOLOGY...........................................          13,868          13,868  ..............
     45 MISSILE AND ROCKET ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..................          59,518          69,518         +10,000
     46 TRACTOR CAGE............................................           3,312           3,312  ..............
     47 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY........          23,062          27,062          +4,000
     48 JOINT SERVICE SMALL ARMS PROGRAM........................           5,828           4,428          -1,400
     49 LINE-OF-SIGHT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION..................          57,384          57,384  ..............
     50 NIGHT VISION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY........................          37,081          42,081          +5,000
     51 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS.........           4,826           8,826          +4,000
     52 MILITARY ENGINEERING ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY................           4,747           4,747  ..............
     53 ADVANCED TACTICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SENSOR...........          18,513          16,513          -2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................         667,294         748,194         +80,900
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
     54 ARMY MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEMS INTEGRATION (DEM/VAL)......          19,491          51,691         +32,200
     55 LANDMINE WARFARE AND BARRIER--ADV DEV...................          21,651          20,051          -1,600
     56 TANK AND MEDIUM CALIBER AMMUNITION......................          32,986          59,986         +27,000
     57 ADVANCED TANK ARMAMENT SYSTEM (ATAS)....................         101,461         101,461  ..............
     59 SOLDIER SUPPORT AND SURVIVABILITY.......................          17,482          17,482  ..............
     60 TACTICAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM--ADV DEV........          16,749          16,749  ..............
     61 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT...............          12,756           8,756          -4,000
     62 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY DEM/VAL................           7,536          17,896         +10,360
     63 WARFIGHTER INFORMATION NETWORK-TACTICAL--DEM/VAL........          15,075          12,575          -2,500
     64 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT...........................           8,633           6,433          -2,200
     65 AVIATION--ADV DEV.......................................           9,105          15,105          +6,000
     66 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ADV DEV..........................          31,670          31,670  ..............
     67 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ADV DEV...............           7,456           6,456          -1,000
     68 COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT CONTROL SYS EVAL AND ANALYSIS....           8,696           8,696  ..............
     69 MEDICAL SYSTEMS--ADV DEV................................          15,506          20,506          +5,000
     70 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (JMIP/DISTP)...............           1,985           1,985  ..............
     71 TRACTOR CAGE (DEM/VAL)..................................           3,718           3,718  ..............
     72 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--DEM/VAL..............................         447,949         447,949  ..............
     73 SCAMP BLOCK II DEM/VAL..................................           9,895           6,895          -3,000
     74 MEADS CONCEPTS--DEM/VAL.................................          73,645  ..............         -73,645
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.......................         863,445         856,060          -7,385
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
     75 AIRCRAFT AVIONICS.......................................          57,474          50,174          -7,300
     76 ARMED, DEPLOYABLE OH-58D................................           2,345           2,345  ..............
     77 COMANCHE................................................         787,866         787,866  ..............
     78 EW DEVELOPMENT..........................................          57,010          52,010          -5,000
     79 JOINT TACTICAL RADIO....................................          80,449          75,449          -5,000
     80 ALL SOURCE ANALYSIS SYSTEM..............................          42,166          42,166  ..............
     81 TRACTOR CAGE............................................           3,888           3,888  ..............
     82 COMMON MISSILE..........................................          16,731           8,400          -8,331
     84 MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES................................           1,962           1,962  ..............
     85 SMOKE, OBSCURANT AND TARGET DEFEATING SYS--ENG  DEV.....           7,920           7,920  ..............
     86 JAVELIN.................................................             492           5,692          +5,200
     87 LANDMINE WARFARE........................................          18,938          18,938  ..............
     88 FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES.......................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
     89 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL.....................................           2,197           2,197  ..............
     91 LIGHT TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES.........................           2,523           2,523  ..............
     93 ENGINEER MOBILITY EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT.................           9,279           9,279  ..............
     94 NIGHT VISION SYSTEMS--ENG DEV...........................          24,201          24,201  ..............
     95 COMBAT FEEDING, CLOTHING, AND EQUIPMENT.................          91,002          91,002  ..............
     96 NON-SYSTEM TRAINING DEVICES--ENG DEV....................          26,319          29,319          +3,000
     97 TERRAIN INFORMATION--ENG DEV............................           8,840           8,840  ..............
     98 INTEGRATED METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT SYSTEM................           1,911           1,911  ..............
     99 JSIMS CORE PROGRAM......................................          30,985          30,985  ..............
    101 AIR DEFENSE COMMAND, CONTROL AND INTELLIGENCE--ENG DEV..          18,233          16,033          -2,200
    102 CONSTRUCTIVE SIMULATION SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.............          66,164          66,164  ..............
    103 AUTOMATIC TEST EQUIPMENT DEVELOPMENT....................          11,582          11,582  ..............
    104 DISTRIBUTIVE INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONS (DIS)--ENG DEV.....          26,058          21,158          -4,900
    105 TACTICAL SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMS--ENG DEV..................          68,205          57,005         -11,200
    106 BRILLIANT ANTI-ARMOR SUBMUNITION (BAT)..................         123,899         123,899  ..............
    107 JOINT SURVEILLANCE/TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM...........           8,093           8,093  ..............
    109 COMBINED ARMS TACTICAL TRAINER (CATT) CORE..............          13,645          13,645  ..............
    110 JOINT NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.........................          26,130          26,130  ..............
    111 AVIATION--ENG DEV.......................................           2,263           2,263  ..............
    112 WEAPONS AND MUNITIONS--ENG DEV..........................           7,046           7,046  ..............
    113 LOGISTICS AND ENGINEER EQUIPMENT--ENG DEV...............          30,673          25,073          -5,600
    114 COMMAND, CONTROL, COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS--ENG  DEV......         122,644         122,644  ..............
    115 MEDICAL MATERIEL/MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE EQUIP MENT..           8,228           8,228  ..............
    116 LANDMINE WARFARE/BARRIER--ENG DEV.......................          89,153          85,053          -4,100
    117 ARTILLERY MUNITIONS--EMD................................          67,258          62,258          -5,000
    118 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION...................................           3,014           3,014  ..............
    119 ARMY TACTICAL COMMAND AND CONTROL HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE.          50,887          50,887  ..............
    120 LOSAT...................................................          21,596          21,596  ..............
    121 RADAR DEVELOPMENT.......................................           5,162           5,162  ..............
    122 FIREFINDER..............................................          26,956          26,956  ..............
    123 ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--EMD..................................          62,481          27,481         -35,000
    124 PATRIOT PAC-3 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSE ACQUISITION.......         107,100  ..............        -107,100
    125 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................          98,178         111,178         +13,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       2,339,146       2,162,615        -176,531
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    126 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT............................          16,011          18,011          +2,000
    127 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..............................          25,212          25,212  ..............
    128 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT....................................          49,897          49,897  ..............
    129 RAND ARROYO CENTER......................................          19,972          19,972  ..............
    130 ARMY KWAJALEIN ATOLL....................................         150,071         150,071  ..............
    131 CONCEPTS EXPERIMENTATION PROGRAM........................          33,067          38,067          +5,000
    133 ARMY TEST RANGES AND FACILITIES.........................         114,411         114,411  ..............
    134 ARMY TECHNICAL TEST INSTRUMENTATION AND TARGETS.........          34,259          34,259  ..............
    135 SURVIVABILITY/LETHALITY ANALYSIS........................          27,794          27,794  ..............
    136 DOD HIGH ENERGY LASER TEST FACILITY.....................          14,570          21,570          +7,000
    137 AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION..................................           3,582           3,582  ..............
    138 METEOROLOGICAL SUPPORT TO RDT&E; ACTIVITIES..............           6,890           6,890  ..............
    139 MATERIEL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS...............................           8,884           8,884  ..............
    140 EXPLOITATION OF FOREIGN ITEMS...........................           3,525           3,525  ..............
    141 SUPPORT OF OPERATIONAL TESTING..........................          89,047          89,047  ..............
    142 ARMY EVALUATION CENTER..................................          31,365          47,365         +16,000
    143 PROGRAMWIDE ACTIVITIES..................................          69,096          62,734          -6,362
    144 TECHNICAL INFORMATION ACTIVITIES........................          33,749          29,549          -4,200
    145 MUNITIONS STANDARDIZATION, EFFECTIVENESS AND SAFETY.....          16,072          18,222          +2,150
    147 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY TECHNOLOGY MGMT SUPPORT...........           1,733           1,733  ..............
    148 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)......           7,268           7,268  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         756,475         778,063         +21,588
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
    150 MLRS PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM........................         111,389         100,389         -11,000
    151 AEROSTAT JOINT PROJECT OFFICE...........................          30,408          30,408  ..............
    153 ADV FIELD ARTILLERY TACTICAL DATA SYSTEM................          36,969          36,969  ..............
    154 COMBAT VEHICLE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS.....................         195,602         153,630         -41,972
    155 MANEUVER CONTROL SYSTEM.................................          40,231          40,231  ..............
    156 AIRCRAFT MODIFICATIONS/PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS.....         143,631         159,131         +15,500
    157 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM...........          13,017          13,017  ..............
    158 DIGITIZATION............................................          29,302          29,302  ..............
    159 FORCE XXI BATTLE COMMAND, BRIGADE AND BELOW  (FBCB2)....          56,872          56,872  ..............
    160 RAPID ACQ PROGRAM FOR TRANSFORMATION....................          23,593          23,593  ..............
    161 MISSILE/AIR DEFENSE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM.........           8,539          16,139          +7,600
    162 OTHER MISSILE PRODUCT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS..............          84,935          84,935  ..............
    163 TRACTOR CARD............................................           6,551           6,551  ..............
    164 JOINT TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM (TRI-TAC).........          21,615          21,615  ..............
    165 JOINT TACTICAL GROUND SYSTEM............................           5,221           5,221  ..............
    166 SPECIAL ARMY PROGRAM....................................           5,072           8,072          +3,000
    167 SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES....................             452             452  ..............
    168 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................           8,261          14,261          +6,000
    169 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM............................          94,177          85,177          -9,000
    170 SATCOM GROUND ENVIRONMENT (SPACE).......................          47,647          46,300          -1,347
    171 WWMCCS/GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM................          13,501          13,501  ..............
    172 TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEM............             785             785  ..............
    173 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES.......................          38,210          38,210  ..............
    174 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................           6,862           6,862  ..............
    175 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS (JMIP)................          85,242          85,242  ..............
    176 END ITEM INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS ACTIVITIES.............          45,697          66,297         +20,600
    177 NATO JOINT STARS........................................           2,109           2,109  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT....................       1,155,890       1,145,271         -10,619
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, ARMY.........       6,693,920       6,742,123         +48,203
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2DEFENSE RESEARCH           138,281         140,531          +2,250
     SCIENCES
        Cold Weather    ..............  ..............          +1,250
         Sensor
         Performance
        Optical         ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Technologies
   5MATERIALS                   13,794          25,294         +11,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Materials
         Processing
        FCS Composites  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Research
        AAN             ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Multifunction
         al Materials
   6SENSORS AND                 25,797          33,297          +7,500
     ELECTRONIC
     SURVIVABILITY
        S3I Technology  ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Project (H16)
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Sensors and
         Obscurants
   8AVIATION                    49,265          44,265          -5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Funding For     ..............  ..............          -5,000
         NASA
         Shortfall
  10MISSILE TECHNOLOGY          40,112          48,612          +8,500
        CKEM IMU        ..............  ..............          +1,500
        Jet             ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Interaction
         CFD Testbed
        Enhanced        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Scramjet
         Mixing
  11ADVANCED WEAPONS            19,043          24,043          +5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        HELSTF Solid    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         State Heat
         Capacity
  12MODELING AND                20,579          25,579          +5,000
     SIMULATION
     TECHNOLOGY
        Photonics       ..............  ..............          +5,000
  13COMBAT VEHICLE AND          82,441         116,441         +34,000
     AUTOMOTIVE
     TECHNOLOGY
        COMBATT         ..............  ..............         +20,000
        Hybrid HMWWV    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Field
         Evaluation
        Automotive      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Research
         Center
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Virtual
         Environments
        Smart Truck     ..............  ..............          +4,000
  15CHEMICAL, SMOKE              3,561           4,561          +1,000
     AND EQUIPMENT
     DEFEATING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Biotechnology   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Research
  17WEAPONS AND                 35,549          45,549         +10,000
     MUNITIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Army COE        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Acoustics
        Cooperative     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Energetics
         Initiatives
  18ELECTRONICS AND             27,819          38,819         +11,000
     ELECTRONIC
     DEVICES
        TOW ITAS        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Cylindrical
         Battery
         Replacement
        Cylindrical     ..............  ..............          +2,100
         Zinc Air
         Battery for
         LWS
        Heat Actuated   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Coolers
        Improved High   ..............  ..............          +1,300
         Rate Alkaline
         Cells
        Low Cost        ..............  ..............            +600
         Reusable
         Alkaline
         (Manganese-
         Zinc) Cells
        Rechargeable    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Cylindrical
         Cell System
  20COUNTERMINE                 16,689          21,689          +5,000
     SYSTEMS
        Standoff Mine   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Detection
        Landmind        ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Detection
         Tech./Seismic
         Energy
  22ENVIRONMENTAL               16,150          20,000          +3,850
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -1,150
         Growth:
         Environmental
         Restoration
         Tech
        Waste           ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Minimization
         and Pollution
         Research
        Molecular and   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Computational
         Risk
         Assessment
         (MACERAC)
  24COMPUTER AND                 6,154           4,154          -2,000
     SOFTWARE
     TECHNOLOGY
        Duplication of  ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Other DoD
         Programs
  25MILITARY                    42,850          51,350          +8,500
     ENGINEERING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Center for      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Geosciences
        Cold Regions    ..............  ..............          +1,500
         Military
         Engineering
        University      ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Partnership
         for
         Operational
         Support
         (UPOS)
  26MANPOWER/PERSONNEL/         16,315          15,315          -1,000
     TRAINING
     TECHNOLOGY
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -1,000
         Growth:
         Studies
  28MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY          82,494         117,644         +35,150
        Center for      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         International
         Rehabilitatio
         n
        Dermal Phase    ..............  ..............            +600
         Meter
        Minimally       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Invasive
         Surgery
         Simulator
        Minimally       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Invasive
         Therapy
         (CIMIT)
        Arthropod-      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         borne
         Infectious
         Disease
         Control
        VCT Lung Scan   ..............  ..............          +4,500
        Tissue          ..............  ..............          +5,500
         Engineering
         Research
        Monoclonal      ..............  ..............          +3,550
         Anti-body
         Based Tech.
         (Heteropolyme
         r System)
        Dye Targeted    ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Laser Fusion
  31WARFIGHTER                  60,332          65,332          +5,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Buying Ahead    ..............  ..............          -5,000
         of Need:
         Embedded
         Training
         Systems
        Personal        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Navigation of
         the Future
         Warfighter
        Biosystems      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Technology
  32MEDICAL ADVANCED            17,541          46,291         +28,750
     TECHNOLOGY
        BESCT Lung      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Cancer
         Research
         Program
         (MDACC)
        Joint Diabetes  ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Program
        Center for      ..............  ..............          +7,500
         Prostate
         Disease
         Research at
         WRAMC
        Spine Research  ..............  ..............          +2,500
         at WRAMC
        Brain, Biology  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         and Machine
         Initiative
        Medical         ..............  ..............            +750
         Simulation
         Training
         Initiative
        Trauma          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Research
         Center
  33AVIATION ADVANCED           44,843          39,843          -5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Execution
  35COMBAT VEHICLE AND         193,858         222,408         +28,550
     AUTOMOTIVE
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Up-armored      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         HMWWV
        TACOM Hybrid    ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Vehicle
         Demonstration
         ; Lithium Ion
         Tech
        N-STEP          ..............  ..............          +2,750
        IMPACT          ..............  ..............          +5,000
        Composite Body  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Parts
        Corrosion       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Prevention
         and Control
         Program
        Mobile Parts    ..............  ..............          +8,000
         Hospital
        Vehicle Body    ..............  ..............          +3,800
         Armor Support
         System
  36COMMAND, CONTROL,           31,865          35,865          +4,000
     COMMUNICATIONS
     ADVANCED TECHN-
     OLOGY
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Growth:
         Fielding
         Demonstration
        Network         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Environment
         for C3 Mobile
         Services
        Battlefield     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Ordnance
         Awareness
  45MISSILE AND ROCKET          59,518          69,518         +10,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Missile         ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Simulation
         Technology
  47LANDMINE WARFARE            23,062          27,062          +4,000
     AND BARRIER
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Demining
         Technology
  48JOINT SERVICE                5,828           4,428          -1,400
     SMALL ARMS
     PROGRAM
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -1,400
         Execution
  50NIGHT VISION                37,081          42,081          +5,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Through Wall    ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Radar
  51ENVIRONMENTAL                4,826           8,826          +4,000
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATIONS
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -1,000
         Execution
        PEM Fuel Cell   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Technology
         Demonstration
  53ADVANCED TACTICAL           18,513          16,513          -2,000
     COMPUTER SCIENCE
     AND SENSOR
     TECHNOLOGY
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Growth: GCSS
         Demonstration
  54ARMY MISSILE                19,491          51,691         +32,200
     DEFENSE SYSTEMS
     INTEGRATION (DEM/
     VAL)
        Range Safety--  ..............  ..............          +7,200
         Kodiak
        Low Cost        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Interceptor
        Eagle Eyes      ..............  ..............          +3,000
        FOSSIM          ..............  ..............          +4,000
        Cooperative     ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Micro-
         satellite
         Experiment
        Space           ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Technology
         Development
  55LANDMINE WARFARE            21,651          20,051          -1,600
     AND BARRIER--ADV
     DEV
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Execution
        Plants          ..............  ..............            +400
         Detecting
         Landmines
  56TANK AND MEDIUM             32,986          59,986         +27,000
     CALIBER
     AMMUNITION
        TERM TM3        ..............  ..............         +10,000
        XM1007          ..............  ..............         +17,000
  61NIGHT VISION                12,756           8,756          -4,000
     SYSTEMS ADVANCED
     DEVELOPMENT
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -4,000
         Execution:
         DTSP
  62ENVRONMENTAL                 7,536          17,896         +10,360
     QUALITY
     TECHNOLOGY DEM/
     VAL
        Casting         ..............  ..............          +8,360
         Emission
         Reduction
         Program
         (CERP)
        Plasma Energy   ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Pyrolysis
         System (PEPS)
        Managing Army   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Tech.
         Environmental
         Enhancement
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -2,000
         Execution
  63WARFIGHTER                  15,075          12,575          -2,500
     INFORMATION
     NETWORK-TACTICAL--
     DEM/VAL
        Schedule        ..............  ..............          -2,500
         Delays
  64NATO RESEARCH AND            8,633           6,433          -2,200
     DEVELOPMENT
        Unjustified     ..............  ..............          -2,200
         Program
         Growth
  65AVIATION--ADV DEV            9,105          15,105          +6,000
        Visual Cockpit  ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Optimization
  67LOGISTICS AND                7,456           6,456          -1,000
     ENGINEER
     EQUIPMENT--ADV
     DEV
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -1,000
         Execution
  69MEDICAL SYSTEMS--           15,506          20,506          +5,000
     ADV DEV
        Future Medical  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Shelter
  73SCAMP BLOCK II DEM/          9,895           6,895          -3,000
     VAL
        Buying Ahead    ..............  ..............          -3,000
         of Need: AEHF
         Schedule Slip
  74MEADS CONCEPTS--            73,645  ..............         -73,645
     DEM/VAL
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............         -73,645
         RD,DW:
         Ballistic
         Missile
         Defense
  75AIRCRAFT AVIONICS           57,474          50,174          -7,300
        Schedule Slips/ ..............  ..............          -7,300
         Execution
  78EW DEVELOPMENT              57,010          52,010          -5,000
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Execution
  79JOINT TACTICAL              80,449          75,449          -5,000
     RADIO
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -5,000
         Execution
  82COMMON MISSILE              16,731           8,400          -8,331
        Schedule Slips/ ..............  ..............          -8,331
         Execution
  86JAVELIN                        492           5,692          +5,200
        Upgrades        ..............  ..............          +5,200
  88FAMILY OF HEAVY     ..............           3,000          +3,000
     TACTICAL VEHICLES
        Movement        ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Tracking
         System
  96NON-SYSTEM                  26,319          29,319          +3,000
     TRAINING DEVICES
        Camp Dawson     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Simulation
 101AIR DEFENSE                 18,233          16,033          -2,200
     COMMAND, CONTROL
     AND INTELLIGENCE--
     ENG DEV
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -2,200
         Growth
 104DISTRIBUTIVE                26,058          21,158          -4,900
     INTERACTIVE
     SIMULATIONS
     (DIS)--ENGINEERIN
     G DEVELOPMENT
        Program         ..............  ..............          -4,900
         Testing Delay
 105TACTICAL                    68,205          57,005         -11,200
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEMS--ENG DEV
        TES Program     ..............  ..............         -11,200
         Delays/
         Execution
 113LOGISTICS AND               30,673          25,073          -5,600
     ENGINEER
     EQUIPMENT--ENG
     DEV
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -5,600
         Execution
 114COMMAND, CONTROL,          122,644         122,644  ..............
     COMMUNICATIONS
     SYSTEMS--ENG DEV
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Growth: Risk
         Reduction
        Applied         ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Communication
         s and
         Information
         Network
         (ACIN)
 116LANDMINE WARFARE/           89,153          85,053          -4,100
     BARRIER--ENG DEV
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -4,100
         Execution:
         CMCS
 117ARTILLERY                   67,258          62,258          -5,000
     MUNITIONS--EMD
        Schedule        ..............  ..............         -10,000
         Delays
        Trajectory      ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Correctable
         Munitions
 123ARTILLERY SYSTEMS--         62,481          27,481         -35,000
     EMD
        Buying Long     ..............  ..............         -35,000
         Lead Items
         Ahead of
         Need:
         Crusader
 124PATRIOT PAC-3              107,100  ..............        -107,100
     THEATER MISSILE
     DEFENSE
     ACQUISITION--EMD
        Transfer to     ..............  ..............        -107,100
         RD,DW:
         Ballistic
         Missile
         Defense
 125INFORMATION                 98,178         111,178         +13,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        JCALS           ..............  ..............         +12,000
        Electronics     ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Commodity
         Pilot Program
 126THREAT SIMULATOR            16,011          18,011          +2,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Adv. Cognitive  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Reasoning
         Tech
        RF/SAM Threat   ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Simulator
 131CONCEPTS                    33,067          38,067          +5,000
     EXPERIMENTATION
     PROGRAM
        Battle Lab at   ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Ft. Knox
 136DOD HIGH ENERGY             14,570          21,570          +7,000
     LASER TEST
     FACILITY
        HELSTF          ..............  ..............          +3,500
         Infrastructur
         e and Mobile
         Diagnostics
        HELSTF          ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Lethality,
         Propagation &
         Susceptibilit
         y
        HELSTF          ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Military
         Utility
         Analysis
 142ARMY EVALUATION             31,365          47,365         +16,000
     CENTER
        Starstreak      ..............  ..............         +16,000
 143PROGRAMWIDE                 69,096          62,734          -6,362
     ACTIVITIES
        Reimbursement   ..............  ..............          -6,362
         for PY
         Reprogramming
 144TECHNICAL                   33,749          29,549          -4,200
     INFORMATION
     ACTIVITIES
        Excessive       ..............  ..............          -4,200
         Growth
 145MUNITIONS                   16,072          18,222          +2,150
     STANDARDIZATION,
     EFFECTIVENESS AND
     SAFETY
        Plasma          ..............  ..............          +2,150
         Ordnance
         Demilitarizat
         ion System
         (PODS)
 150MLRS PRODUCT               111,389         100,389         -11,000
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        Excessive       ..............  ..............         -11,000
         Growth
 154COMBAT VEHICLE             195,602         153,630         -41,972
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAMS
        ACCE Execution  ..............  ..............         -45,972
         Delays
        Abrams Legacy   ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Fleet Sidecar/
         Embedded
         Diagnostics
        Composite       ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Track
         Improvement
 156AIRCRAFT                   143,631         159,131         +15,500
     MODIFICATIONS/
     PRODUCT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAMS
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -4,500
         Execution
        Integrated      ..............  ..............         +20,000
         Mechanical
         Diagnostics
         System
 161MISSILE/AIR                  8,539          16,139          +7,600
     DEFENSE PRODUCT
     IMPROVEMENT
     PROGRAM
        Patriot Ground  ..............  ..............          +7,600
         SLEP
 166SPECIAL ARMY                 5,072           8,072          +3,000
     PROGRAM
        ERADS           ..............  ..............          +3,000
 168INFORMATION                  8,261          14,261          +6,000
     SYSTEMS SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        Biometrics      ..............  ..............          +6,000
 169GLOBAL COMBAT               94,177          85,177          -9,000
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        Program Delays/ ..............  ..............          -9,000
         Execution
 170SATCOM GROUND               47,647          46,300          -1,347
     ENVIRONMENT
     (SPACE)
        Schedule Slips/ ..............  ..............          -1,347
         Execution
 176END ITEM                    45,697          66,297         +20,600
     INDUSTRIAL
     PREPAREDNESS
     ACTIVITIES
        TIME            ..............  ..............         +10,000
        Force Provider  ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Microwave
         Wastewate
         Treatment
        Mantech         ..............  ..............          +2,600
         Program for
         Cylindrical
         Zinc
         Batteries
        Continuous      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Manuf.
         Process for
         Metal Matrix
         Composites
        Modular         ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Extendable
         Rigid Wall
         Shelter
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Overview.--The Army's leadership position in the push to 
transform our military is readily apparent in the Army's 
research and development priorities. The Committee commends the 
Army's efforts. To support these efforts, the Committee's 
recommendations fully fund all Future Combat System research 
and development and related activities. Further, those programs 
dedicated to improving the individual soldier's protection and 
ability to maneuver on the battlefield are fully funded. And 
finally, to enhance Army transformation, the Committee 
recommends increases in funding for programs to develop 
composite materials, more effective munitions, combat vehicle 
technology, better individual and platform power generation 
systems, and improved urban warfare technologies.
    Composite Materials Research.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $5,000,000 for composite materials research to 
support development of the Army's Future Combat System. A 
portion of this increase--$826,000--should be allocated to the 
Army's Materials Center of Excellence program to continue this 
center's ongoing research into lightweight, multi-functional 
composite materials.
    Biosystems technology.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $5,000,000 under the heading ``Warfighter Advanced 
Technology'' for biosystems-derived food, fiber, textile, 
biomedical, industrial, environmentally compatible products and 
services, and small-scale distributed systems. These products 
and systems will meet military and civilian needs under the 
cooperative management of the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Center 
and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Sustainable Economic 
Activity program.
    Infrastructure sustainment.--Of the amount provided in 
``Army Missile Defense Systems Integration'', $4,000,000 shall 
be made available only for sustainment and modernization of 
infrastructure at Fort Greely, Alaska.
    JCALS.--The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$12,000,000 for the JCALS program to extend improved technical 
data to the warfighter/tactical user and to facilitate greater 
support and training for the user community. The Committee 
intends to work with the Army to ensure JCALS evolves into a 
more open, Internet-based architecture.
    Starstreak-Stinger operational test.--The Committee 
recommends a total of $16,000,000 for the Starstreak-Stinger 
operational test program; $14,000,000 of this amount should be 
used to conduct the live-fire, side-by-side operational test of 
the Starstreak and Block 1 Stinger missiles for the AH-64D 
Apache helicopter. The remaining $2,000,000 should be made 
available to conduct test firing from the Apache against ground 
targets such as light armored vehicles.
    Tactical Exploitation System (TES).--The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $11,200,000 to the Tactical 
Exploitation System, since the initiation of engineering 
development for TES Number 5 Forward will not likely commence 
until fiscal year 2003.
    Crusader.--The Committee recommends full funding for the 
Crusader artillery program, despite concerns about delays in 
meeting gun and software development targets that the program 
has experienced. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense 
to fully inform the Committee in the fiscal year 2003 Defense 
budget request about the Crusader's development progress 
relative to the baseline currently set for the program, and 
provide an estimate of any additional funding requirements and 
development efforts needed to meet future milestones--
especially for the gun and software elements of the program--
and a risk analysis of the capabilities eliminated from the 
Crusader to meet modified weight requirements.
    Abrams-Crusader Common Engine (ACCE).--The Committee 
recommends a reduction for the Abrams-Crusader Common Engine of 
$45,972,000 in light of the delays and execution difficulties 
experienced by the program. Still, the recommendation provides 
sufficient funding to allow for a 50 percent increase in the 
program over last year's level.
    Patriot Ground Service Life Extension program (SLEP).--The 
Patriot Ground SLEP is designed to repackage the Patriot air 
defense system into a more mobile, C-130 transportable system. 
This effort could lead to a 60 percent reduction in the 
strategic airlift requirements to deploy a Patriot mission 
essential package. The Committee's recommendations add 
$7,600,000 to the Service request for this program.
    Global Combat Support System.--Though supportive of the 
concept, the Committee is concerned that insufficient progress 
has been made in this program to develop a widely accepted, 
comprehensive plan for integrating all related service 
activities and program elements into a truly joint activity. 
The Committee intends to work with the military services to 
ensure this program does not suffer the same fate that other 
cross-service logistics and support efforts suffered; namely, 
victims of service rivalries and ``stovepipe'' mentalities.
    Non-Discarding Sabot Technology.--The Committee is 
encouraged by recent research being conducted by the Army in 
the area of high-energy, high-velocity projectiles capable of 
enhanced barrel life, extreme velocities and improved accuracy. 
The Committee directs that of the funds available in the Army 
Test Ranges and Facilities, $1,000,000 be made available for 
the continued testing of the non-discarding sabot technology.

           Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy

Appropriations, 2001....................................  $9,494,374,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  11,123,389,000
Committee recommendation................................  10,742,710,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$10,742,710,000. This is $380,679,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BASIC RESEARCH:
      1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH................          16,291          16,291  ..............
      2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES...............................         389,829         399,329          +9,500
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         406,120         415,620          +9,500
APPLIED RESEARCH:
      3 AIR AND SURFACE LAUNCHED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY.............  ..............  ..............  ..............
      4 POWER PROJECTION APPLIED RESEARCH.......................          66,322          81,322         +15,000
      7 FORCE PROTECTION APPLIED RESEARCH.......................         117,072         124,072          +7,000
      8 MARINE CORPS LANDING FORCE TECHNOLOGY...................          31,248          31,248  ..............
     10 HUMAN SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY.................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
     11 MATERIALS, ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY..........  ..............          16,500         +16,500
     12 COMMON PICTURE APPLIED RESEARCH.........................          83,557         108,557         +25,000
     13 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT APPLIED RESEARCH.................          71,294         101,294         +30,000
     15 RF SYSTEMS APPLIED RESEARCH.............................          62,141          71,141          +9,000
     18 OCEAN WARFIGHTING ENVIRONMENT APPLIED RESEARCH..........          50,738          50,738  ..............
     19 UNDERSEA WARFARE WEAPONARY TECHNOLOGY...................  ..............           2,000          +2,000
     20 UNDERSEA WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH.......................          76,510          76,510  ..............
     21 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE APPLIED RESEARCH.........          57,668          57,668  ..............
     22 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM.................          10,000          13,000          +3,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         626,550         737,050        +110,500
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
     23 POWER PROJECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY....................          76,410          82,910          +6,500
     24 FORCE PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY....................          85,297         109,797         +24,500
     26 COMMON PICTURE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY......................          48,583          48,583  ..............
     27 WARFIGHTER SUSTAINMENT ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..............          57,685          57,685  ..............
     30 RF SYSTEMS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY..........................          76,876          81,876          +5,000
    30a SURFACE SHIP AND SUBMARINE HM&E; ADV TECH................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
     31 SURFACE SHIP AND SUBMARINE HM&E; ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.....  ..............  ..............  ..............
     32 MARINE CORPS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATION  (ATD)...          51,310          55,810          +4,500
     34 MANPOWER, PERSONNEL AND TRAINING, ADV TECH DEV..........  ..............           4,000          +4,000
     36 JOINT EXPERIMENTATION...................................         118,802         118,802  ..............
     37 WARFIGHTER PROTECTION ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY...............          17,678          17,678  ..............
     38 UNDERSEA WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY....................          56,303          59,303          +3,000
     39 NAVY WARFIGHTING EXPERIMENTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS.........          43,277          43,277  ..............
     40 MINE AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE ADVANCED TECHNOL-  OGY...          48,279          49,979          +1,700
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................         680,500         736,700         +56,200
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
     43 AIR/OCEAN TACTICAL APPLICATIONS.........................          32,332          32,332  ..............
     44 AVIATION SURVIVABILITY..................................          25,572          25,572  ..............
     45 DEPLOYABLE JOINT COMMAND AND CONTROL....................          50,000  ..............         -50,000
     46 ASW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.................................          12,922          12,922  ..............
     47 TACTICAL AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE........................           1,934           1,934  ..............
     48 ADVANCED COMBAT SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY......................           3,458           3,458  ..............
     49 SURFACE AND SHALLOW WATER MINE COUNTERMEASURES..........         135,284         135,284  ..............
     50 SURFACE SHIP TORPEDO DEFENSE............................           4,818           7,818          +3,000
     51 CARRIER SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.............................         165,150         165,150  ..............
     52 SHIPBOARD SYSTEM COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT..................         288,382         296,382          +8,000
     53 PILOT FISH..............................................          99,600          99,600  ..............
     54 RETRACT LARCH...........................................          50,441          50,441  ..............
     56 RADIOLOGICAL CONTROL....................................           1,056           1,056  ..............
     57 SURFACE ASW.............................................           3,724           3,724  ..............
     58 SSGN COVERSION..........................................          30,000  ..............         -30,000
     59 ADVANCED SUBMARINE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT...................         110,766         112,766          +2,000
     60 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEMS......................           5,405          13,405          +8,000
     61 SHIP CONCEPT ADVANCED DESIGN............................           1,949           1,949  ..............
     62 SHIP PRELIMINARY DESIGN AND FEASIBILITY STUDIES.........          14,922          14,922  ..............
     63 ADVANCED NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS..........................         175,176         175,176  ..............
     64 ADVANCED SURFACE MACHINERY SYSTEMS......................           3,921           3,921  ..............
     65 CHALK EAGLE.............................................          35,313          35,313  ..............
     66 COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION...............................          42,915          42,915  ..............
     67 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS..................................          22,299          27,299          +5,000
     68 MARINE CORPS ASSAULT VEHICLES...........................         263,066         263,066  ..............
     69 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORT SYSTEM...............          25,957          31,957          +6,000
     70 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT............          12,918          12,918  ..............
     71 COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT..................................          74,231          74,231  ..............
     72 OCEAN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT................          16,077          16,077  ..............
     73 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION................................          46,117          46,117  ..............
     74 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM.....................................           5,025           9,025          +4,000
     75 FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT..................................           1,728           1,728  ..............
     76 CHALK CORAL.............................................          48,187          48,187  ..............
     77 NAVY LOGISTIC PRODUCTIVITY..............................          11,735          11,735  ..............
     78 RETRACT MAPLE...........................................         148,856         148,856  ..............
     79 LINK PLUMERIA...........................................          62,601          62,601  ..............
     80 RETRACT ELM.............................................          22,200          22,200  ..............
     81 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--DEM/VAL..............................           8,353           8,353  ..............
     82 LINK EVERGREEN..........................................          26,151          26,151  ..............
     83 SPECIAL PROCESSES.......................................          58,858          58,858  ..............
     84 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT...........................          11,551          11,551  ..............
     85 LAND ATTACK TECHNOLOGY..................................         130,993         122,510          -8,483
     86 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JFS)--DEM VAL.....................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
     87 NONLETHAL WEAPONS--DEM/VAL..............................          34,008          36,008          +2,000
     88 ALL SERVICE COMBAT IDENTIFICATION EVALUATION TEAM.......          13,530          13,530  ..............
     89 SINGLE INTEGRATED AIR PICTURE (SIAP) SYSTEM ENGINEER....          43,140          43,140  ..............
     92 SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) ARCHITECTURE/ENGINE..          32,259          34,259          +2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.....................       2,414,880       2,396,397         -18,483
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
     95 OTHER HELO DEVELOPMENT..................................          64,392          74,392         +10,000
     96 AV-8B AIRCRAFT--ENG DEV.................................          32,897          32,897  ..............
     97 STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT...................................         120,552         120,552  ..............
     98 MULTI-MISSION HELICOPTER UPGRADE DEVELOPMENT............         149,418         149,418  ..............
     99 S-3 WEAPON SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT...........................             428             428  ..............
    100 AIR/OCEAN EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING.........................           6,346           6,346  ..............
    101 P-3 MODERNIZATION PROGRAM...............................           3,220           3,220  ..............
    102 TACTICAL COMMAND SYSTEM.................................          64,832          64,832  ..............
    103 E-2C RMP................................................          96,000          96,000  ..............
    104 NAVY AREA THEATER BALLISTICS............................         388,496  ..............        -388,496
    105 H-1 UPGRADES............................................         170,068         170,068  ..............
    106 ACOUSTIC SEARCH SENSORS.................................          16,825          16,825  ..............
    107 V-22A...................................................         546,735         546,735  ..............
    108 AIR CREW SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT............................           7,717          27,717         +20,000
    109 EW DEVELOPMENT..........................................         112,473         112,473  ..............
    110 SC-21 TOTAL SHIP SYSTEM ENGINEERING.....................         355,093         281,093         -74,000
    111 SURFACE COMBATANT COMBAT SYSTEM ENGINEERING.............         262,037         176,037         -86,000
    112 LPD-17 CLASS SYSTEMS INTEGRATION........................           1,001           1,001  ..............
    113 TRI-SERVICE STANDOFF ATTACK MISSILE.....................           1,946           1,946  ..............
    114 STANDARD MISSILE IMPROVEMENTS...........................           1,309          16,309         +15,000
    115 AIRBORNE MCM............................................          52,041          57,041          +5,000
    116 SSN-688 AND TRIDENT MODERNIZATION.......................          43,706          43,706  ..............
    117 AIR CONTROL.............................................          12,821          12,821  ..............
    118 ENHANCED MODULAR SIGNAL PROCESSOR.......................           1,013           1,013  ..............
    119 SHIPBOARD AVIATION SYSTEMS..............................          16,375          16,375  ..............
    120 COMBAT INFORMATION CENTER CONVERSION....................           5,392           5,392  ..............
    123 NEW DESIGN SSN..........................................         201,596         201,596  ..............
    124 SSN-21 DEVELOPMENTS.....................................           5,770           5,770  ..............
    125 SUBMARINE TACTICAL WARFARE SYSTEM.......................          29,246          49,246         +20,000
    126 SHIP CONTRACT DESIGN/LIVE FIRE T&E......................;         130,388         114,388         -16,000
    127 NAVY TACTICAL COMPUTER RESOURCES........................           3,836           3,836  ..............
    129 UNGUIDED CONVENTIONAL AIR-LAUNCHED WEAPONS..............          12,890          17,890          +5,000
    130 LIGHTWEIGHT TORPEDO DEVELOPMENT.........................          10,310          10,310  ..............
    131 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION............................          56,285          56,285  ..............
    132 JOINT SERVICE EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT............           8,123           8,123  ..............
    133 PERSONNEL, TRAINING, SIMULATION, AND HUMAN FACTORS......           1,300           1,300  ..............
    134 NAVY ENERGY PROGRAM.....................................           3,157           3,157  ..............
    135 BATTLE GROUP PASSIVE HORIZON EXTENSION SYSTEM...........           8,130           8,130  ..............
    136 JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON SYSTEMS...........................          26,852          26,852  ..............
    137 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--EMD..................................          52,163          64,163         +12,000
    138 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--HARD KILL............................          33,530          33,530  ..............
    139 SHIP SELF DEFENSE--SOFT KILL............................          41,670          41,670  ..............
    140 MEDICAL DEVELOPMENT.....................................           5,455          19,955         +14,500
    141 NAVIGATION/ID SYSTEM....................................          23,884          23,884  ..............
    142 DISTRIBUTED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM.........................          34,711          42,211          +7,500
    143 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER (JSF)--EMD.........................         767,259         618,659        -148,600
    145 SMART CARD..............................................             896             896  ..............
    146 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................          11,031          11,031  ..............
    147 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................          49,333          58,333          +9,000
    148 DEFENSE INTEGRATED MILITARY HUMAN RESOURCES SYS-  TEM...          47,184          47,184  ..............
    149 JOINT COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT GROUP (JCAG)......           6,000           6,000  ..............
    150 NAVY STANDARD INTEGRATED PERSONNEL SYSTEM (NSIPS).......          13,082          13,082  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       4,117,214       3,522,118        -595,096
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    151 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT............................          30,110          30,110  ..............
    152 TARGET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT..............................          49,511          49,511  ..............
    153 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT....................................          41,804          42,804          +1,000
    154 STUDIES AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT--NAVY......................           6,679           6,679  ..............
    155 CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES...............................          44,891          44,891  ..............
    156 FLEET TACTICAL DEVELOPMENT..............................           2,912           2,912  ..............
    158 TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES..........................             951             951  ..............
    159 MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL & INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT...........          21,628          21,628  ..............
    160 STRATEGIC TECHNICAL SUPPORT.............................           2,391           2,391  ..............
    161 RDT&E; SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT.................          54,825          54,825  ..............
    162 RDT&E; INSTRUMENTATION MODERNIZATION.....................          11,601          11,601  ..............
    163 RDT&E; SHIP AND AIRCRAFT SUPPORT.........................          71,735          71,735  ..............
    164 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT.............................         277,414         277,414  ..............
    165 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION CAPABILITY..............          11,649          11,649  ..............
    166 NAVY SPACE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SEW) SUPPORT.........           3,433           3,433  ..............
    167 SEW SURVEILLANCE/RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT.................          12,693          12,693  ..............
    168 MARINE CORPS PROGRAM WIDE SUPPORT.......................           9,614          11,614          +2,000
    169 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES.........................          85,000          85,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         738,841         741,841          +3,000
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
    173 FOREIGN COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE............................  ..............           1,000          +1,000
    176 STRATEGIC SUB AND WEAPONS SYSTEM SUPPORT................          43,322          43,322  ..............
    177 SSBN SECURITY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM........................          34,091          34,091  ..............
    178 SUBMARINE ACOUSTIC WARFARE DEVELOPMENT..................             996             996  ..............
    179 NAVY STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS...........................           4,205           4,205  ..............
    180 F/A-18 SQUADRONS........................................         253,257         260,257          +7,000
    181 E-2 SQUADRONS...........................................          20,583          20,583  ..............
    182 FLEET TELECOMMUNICATIONS (TACTICAL).....................          21,136          21,136  ..............
    183 TOMAHAWK AND TOMAHAWK MISSION PLANNING CENTER (TMPC)....          76,036          76,036  ..............
    184 INTEGRATED SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM..........................          20,041          32,041         +12,000
    185 AMPHIBIOUS TACTICAL SUPPORT UNITS.......................          24,387          24,387  ..............
    186 CONSOLIDATED TRAINING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT...............          22,407          23,607          +1,200
    187 ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) READINESS SUPPORT...............           7,659          10,159          +2,500
    188 HARM IMPROVEMENT........................................          13,630          13,630  ..............
    189 TACTICAL DATA LINKS.....................................          39,362          39,362  ..............
    190 SURFACE ASW COMBAT SYSTEM INTEGRATION...................          28,119          28,119  ..............
    191 MK-48 ADCAP.............................................          17,130          17,130  ..............
    192 AVIATION IMPROVEMENTS...................................          41,430          43,430          +2,000
    193 NAVY SCIENCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.........................           4,945          20,945         +16,000
    194 F-14 UPGRADE............................................  ..............           3,000          +3,000
    195 OPERATIONAL NUCLEAR POWER SYSTEMS.......................          55,202          55,202  ..............
    196 MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.....................         104,835         104,835  ..............
    197 MARINE CORPS GROUND COMBAT/SUPPORTING ARMS SYS-  TEMS...          43,935          33,935         -10,000
    198 MARINE CORPS COMBAT SERVICES SUPPORT....................           8,483           8,483  ..............
    199 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES...................................          16,402          16,402  ..............
    200 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM).......          10,795          10,795  ..............
    203 SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)........................          54,230          54,230  ..............
    204 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................          20,942          20,942  ..............
    206 NAVY METEOROLOGICAL AND OCEAN SENSORS-SPACE (METOC).....          23,492          23,492  ..............
    207 JOINT C4ISR BATTLE CENTER (JBC).........................          13,618          13,618  ..............
    208 JOINT MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS....................           7,179           7,179  ..............
    209 TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES.......................          66,349          66,349  ..............
    210 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................           5,736          12,736          +7,000
    211 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................          29,232          29,232  ..............
    212 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................           4,467           4,467  ..............
    213 NAVAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE................................           4,237           4,237  ..............
    214 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT.........................           7,828          14,828          +7,000
    215 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)..............................          13,569          13,569  ..............
    216 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................          70,605          70,605  ..............
    217 MARITIME TECHNOLOGY (MARITECH)..........................          20,065          25,065          +5,000
    999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................         885,347         885,347  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT....................       2,139,284       2,192,984         +53,700
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, NAVY.........      11,123,389      10,742,710        -380,679
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item          2002 budget      Committee         budget
                            estimate      recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2DEFENSE RESEARCH          389,829         399,329           +9,500
     SCIENCES
        Quantum        ..............  ...............            +500
         Optics
         Research
        Southeast      ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Atlantic
         Coastal
         Ocean
         Observing
         System (SEA-
         COOS)
        Marine Mammal  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Low
         Frequency
         Sound
         Research
   4POWER PROJECTION           66,322          81,322          +15,000
     APPLIED RESEARCH
        Interrogator   ..............  ...............          +5,000
         for High-
         Speed Retro-
         Reflector
        Combustion     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Light Gas
         Gun
        Integrated     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Biological
         and Chemical
         Warfare
         Defense
         Technology
         Platform
        Fast Pattern   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Processor,
         SLAM-ER
   7FORCE PROTECTION          117,072         124,072           +7,000
     APPLIED RESEARCH
        Fusion of      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Hyperspectra
         l and
         Panchromatic
         Data
        Endeavor       ..............  ...............          +1,000
        American       ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Underpressur
         e System
         (AUPS)
  10HUMAN SYSTEMS      ..............           3,000           +3,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        Maritime Fire  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Training/
         Barbers
         Point
  11MATERIALS,         ..............          16,500          +16,500
     ELECTRONICS AND
     COMPUTER
     TECHNOLOGY
        ADPICAS        ..............  ...............          +1,500
        Carbon Foam    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         for Navy
         Applications
        Anti-          ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Corrosion
         Coatings
        Silicon        ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Carbide
         Semiconducto
         r Material
        High           ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Brightness
         Electron
         Source
         Program
        Development    ..............  ...............          +1,500
         of Magnetic
         Random
         Access
         Memory
        Thick Film     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Ferrite
         Magnetic
         Materials
         for
         Microwave
         Applications
  12COMMON PICTURE             83,557         108,557          +25,000
     APPLIED RESEARCH
        Tactical       ..............  ...............         +20,000
         Component
         Network/PMRF
        Theater        ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Undersea
         Warfare
         Initiative
  13WARFIGHTER                 71,294         101,294          +30,000
     SUSTAINMENT
     APPLIED RESEARCH
        Bioenvironmen  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         tal Hazards
         Research
         Program
        Modeling,      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Simulation,
         and Training
         Immersion
         Facility
        Three          ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Dimensional
         Printing
         (3DP)
         Metalworking
         Project
        Advanced       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Materials
         and
         Intelligent
         Processing
        Titanium       ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Matrix
         Composites
         Program
        Visualization  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         of Technical
         Information
        Wire Chaffing  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Detection
         Technology
        Formable       ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Aligned
         Carbon
         Thermo Sets
        Agile          ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Vaccinology
  15RF SYSTEMS                 62,141          71,141           +9,000
     APPLIED RESEARCH
        Nanoscale      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Science and
         Technology
         Program
        Nanoscale      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Devices
        Maritime       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Synthetic
         Range
  19UNDERSEA WARFARE   ..............           2,000           +2,000
     WEAPONRY
     TECHNOLOGY
        SAUVIM         ..............  ...............          +2,000
  22DUAL USE SCIENCE           10,000          13,000           +3,000
     AND TECHNOLOGY
     PROGRAM
        Energy and     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Environmenta
         l Technology
  23POWER PROJECTION           76,410          82,910           +6,500
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Precision      ..............  ...............          +2,500
         Strike
         Navigator
        Vector         ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Thrusted
         Ducted
         Propeller
  24FORCE PROTECTION           85,297         109,797          +24,500
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Wave Powered   ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Electric
         Power
         Generating
         System
        Advanced       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Waterjet-21
         Project
        SES 2000       ..............  ...............          +8,500
         Modification
         (HYSWAC)
        Modular        ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Advanced
         Composite
         Hull
  30RF SYSTEMS                 76,876          81,876           +5,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        M3CAS          ..............  ...............          +5,000
  31SURFACE SHIP &     ..............           7,000           +7,000
     SUBMARINE HM&E;
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Ship Service   ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Fuel Cell
         Technology
         Verification
         & Training
         Program
        DDG-51         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Composite
         Twisted
         Rudder
  32MARINE CORPS               51,310          55,810           +4,500
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATION
     (ATD)
        Project        ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Albert
  34MANPOWER,          ..............           4,000           +4,000
     PERSONNEL AND
     TRAINING ADV
     TECH DEV
        Center for     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Integrated
         Manufacturin
         g
  38UNDERSEA WARFARE           56,303          59,303           +3,000
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Magnetorestri  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         ctive
         Transduction
  40MINE AND                   48,279          49,979           +1,700
     EXPEDITIONARY
     WARFARE ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
        Ocean          ..............  ...............          +1,700
         Modeling for
         Mine and
         Expeditionar
         y Warfare
  45DEPLOYABLE JOINT           50,000  ...............         -50,000
     COMMAND AND
     CONTROL
        Deployable     ..............  ...............         -50,000
         Joint
         Command and
         Control
  50SURFACE SHIP                4,818           7,818           +3,000
     TORPEDO DEFENSE
        Micro-         ..............  ...............          +3,000
         electromecha
         nical
         Systems
  52SHIPBOARD SYSTEM          288,382         296,382           +8,000
     COMPONENT
     DEVELOPMENT
        MTTC-National  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Surface
         Treatment
         Center
  58SSGN COVERSION             30,000  ...............         -30,000
  59ADVANCED                  110,766         112,766           +2,000
     SUBMARINE SYSTEM
     DEVELOPMENT
        Composite      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Submarine
         Sail
  60SUBMARINE                   5,405          13,405           +8,000
     TACTICAL WARFARE
     SYSTEMS
        Multi-Line     ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Towed Array
  67CONVENTIONAL               22,299          27,299           +5,000
     MUNITIONS
        Navy           ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Insensitive
         Munitions
  69MARINE CORPS               25,957          31,957           +6,000
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORT SYSTEM
        Urban          ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Operations
         Lab
        Nanoparticles  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         for
         Neutralizati
         on of
         Facility
         Threats
  74NAVY ENERGY                 5,025           9,025           +4,000
     PROGRAM
        PEM Fuel Cell  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Technology
  85LAND ATTACK               130,993         122,510           -8,483
     TECHNOLOGY
        Land Attack    ..............  ...............         -34,483
         Standard
         Missile
        Autonomous     ..............  ...............         +12,000
         Naval
         Support
         Round
        Naval FIRES    ..............  ...............         +11,000
         Network
        Integrated     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Deepwater
         System
  86JOINT STRIKE       ..............          30,000          +30,000
     FIGHTER (JSF)--
     DEM/VAL
        Delay in Down- ..............  ...............         +30,000
         select
  87NONLETHAL                  34,008          36,008           +2,000
     WEAPONS--DEM/VAL
        New            ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Generation
         Nonlethal
         Weapons
  92SPACE AND                  32,259          34,259           +2,000
     ELECTRONIC
     WARFARE (SEW)
     ARCHITECTURE/
     ENGINEERING
     SUPPORT
        Navy           ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Collaborativ
         e Integrated
         Information
         Technology
  95OTHER HELO                 64,392          74,392          +10,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Integrated     ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Mechanical
         Diagnostics
 103E-2C RADAR                 96,000          96,000   ..............
     MODERNIZATION
     PROGRAM
        UESA Radar     ..............         [20,000]  ..............
 104NAVY AREA MISSILE         388,496  ...............        -388,496
     DEFENSE
 107V-22A                     546,735         546,735   ..............
 109EW Development            112,473         112,473   ..............
        EA-6B Follow-  ..............         [10,000]  ..............
         on
 110SC-21 TOTAL SHIP          355,093         281,093          -74,000
     SYSTEM
     ENGINEERING
        Power Node     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Control
         Centers
        Aluminum Mesh  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Tank Liner
        DD-21          ..............  ...............         -80,000
 111SURFACE COMBATANT         262,037         176,037          -86,000
     COMBAT SYSTEM
     ENGINEERING
        Cruiser        ..............  ...............         -90,000
         Conversion
        AEGIS          ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Operational
         Readiness
         Training
         System
         (ORTS)
 114STANDARD MISSILE            1,309          16,309          +15,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
 115AIRBORNE MCM               52,041          57,041           +5,000
        AQS-20         ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Airborne
         Minehunting
         Sonar
 117AIR CONTROL                12,821          12,821   ..............
        Transportable  ..............          [5,000]  ..............
         Transponder
         Landing
         System
 125SUBMARINE                  29,246          49,246          +20,000
     TACTICAL WARFARE
     SYSTEM
        Submarine      ..............  ...............         +20,000
         Combat
         System
         Modernizatio
         n Program
 126SHIP CONTRACT             130,388         114,388          -16,000
     DESIGN/LIVE FIRE
     T&E;
        Transfer to    ..............  ...............         -16,000
         SCN Cruiser
         Conversion
 129UNGUIDED                   12,890          17,890           +5,000
     CONVENTIONAL AIR-
     LAUNCHED WEAPONS
        Light          ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Defender
         Precision
         Strike
         Missile
 137SHIP SELF                  52,163          64,163          +12,000
     DEFENSE--EMD
        NULKA Ship     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Self Defense
         Missile
        Phalanx CIWS   ..............  ...............          +8,000
         SEA RAM
         OrdAlt
 140MEDICAL                     5,455          19,955          +14,500
     DEVELOPMENT
        High           ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Resolution
         Digital
         Mammography
        Military       ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Dental
         Research
        Sonarman       ..............  ...............            +500
         Earcom
         Technology
        Coastal        ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Cancer
         Control
        Naval Blood    ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Research
         Laboratory
 142DISTRIBUTED                34,711          42,211           +7,500
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Advanced       ..............  ...............          +7,500
         Deployable
         System
 143JOINT STRIKE              767,259         618,659         -148,600
     FIGHTER (JSF)--
     EMD
        Delay in Down- ..............  ...............        -153,600
         select
        Alternative    ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Engine
         Program
 147INFORMATION                49,333          58,333           +9,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        Navy ITC       ..............  ...............          +9,000
         Human
         Resource
         Enterprise
         Strategy
 151Threat Simulator           30,110          30,110   ..............
     Development
        Battle         ..............          [1,500]  ..............
         Effects
         Simulators
 153MAJOR T&E;                  41,804          42,804           +1,000
     INVESTMENT
        Flight         ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Operation
         Safety at
         Patuxent
         River
 168MARINE CORPS                9,614          11,614           +2,000
     PROGRAM WIDE
     SUPPORT
        Nanoparticle   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Responses to
         Chem Bio
         Threats
 180F/A-18 SQUADRONS          253,257         260,257           +7,000
        F/A-18E/F      ..............  ...............          +7,000
         SHARP pods
 184INTEGRATED                 20,041          32,041          +12,000
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM
        Web Centric    ..............  ...............          +4,000
         ASW NET
        Fixed          ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Distributed
         System
        SURTASS/LFA    ..............  ...............          +4,000
 186CONSOLIDATED               22,407          23,607           +1,200
     TRAINING SYSTEMS
     DEVELOPMENT
        LINK On-Board  ..............  ...............          +1,200
         Trainer
 187ELECTRONIC                  7,659          10,159           +2,500
     WARFARE
     READINESS
        CDL-N          ..............  ...............          +2,500
         modernizatio
         n
 192AVIATION                   41,430          43,430           +2,000
     IMPROVEMENTS
        Nano-          ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Composite
         Hard-Coat
         for Aircraft
         Coatings
 193NAVY SCIENCE                4,945          20,945          +16,000
     ASSISTANCE
     PROGRAM
        LASH Airship   ..............  ...............          +6,000
        LASH ASW       ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Littoral/Mine  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Countermeasu
         res Rapid
         Response
 194F-14 UPGRADE       ..............           3,000           +3,000
        TACL SAR pod   ..............  ...............          +3,000
 197MARINE CORPS               43,935          33,935          -10,000
     GROUND COMBAT/
     SUPPORTING ARMS
     SYS-  TEMS
        Lightweight    ..............  ...............         -10,000
         155mm
         Howitzer
 210AIRBORNE                    5,736          12,736           +7,000
     RECONNAISSANCE
     SYSTEMS
        EO Framing     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Airborne
         Reconnaisanc
         e
        Hyperspectral  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         modular
         upgrades to
         ARS
 214MODELING AND                7,828          14,828           +7,000
     SIMULATION
     SUPPORT
        Enhanced       ..............  ...............          +7,000
         Modeling and
         Simulation
 217MARITIME                   20,065          25,065           +5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     (MARITECH)
        National       ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Shipbuilding
         Research
         Program
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    Navy research and development budget justification 
material.--The Committee agrees with the report of the Senate 
Armed Services Committee concerning the quality of the budget 
justification material provided to the Congress. The Committee 
directs the Secretary of the Navy to ensure that all future 
budget justification materials provided to the Committee comply 
with the requirements set forth in the Department of Defense 
Financial Management Regulations. The Committee recommends 
approval of the program element structure as proposed in the 
President's budget request, however, the Committee will 
reassess this position based on the quality of the 
justification material provided in the fiscal year 2003 budget 
request.
    Littoral surface craft (Experimental) LSC(X).--The 
President's budget request included $20,000,000 for the 
development and demonstration of an experimental craft for 
littoral support operations. The Committee recommends 
$20,000,000 for this effort. The Committee also directs that 
the LSC(X) program be executed by the Office of Naval Research.
    Deployable joint command and control.--The President's 
budget request included $50,000,000 for a new start effort to 
develop a future command center. The Committee does not 
recommend funding for this new start program due to a lack of 
program justification and uncertainty as to the availability of 
outyear funding.
    Navy Area Missile Defense.--The President's budget request 
included $388,496,000 for Navy Area Missile Defense in Research 
and Development, Navy. The Committee recommends transfer of 
these funds to the Research and Development, Defense-wide 
account.
    DD-21 Land Attack Destroyer.--The President's budget 
request included a total of $643,500,000 for the DD-21 program. 
The Committee notes that the Navy had planned to award a 
contract for the DD-21 in April 2001. Contract award has not 
yet occurred and after months of waiting for the Secretary of 
Defense's strategic review and the Quadrennial Defense Review, 
it seemed that a decision to proceed with the DD-21 had been 
postponed indefinitely. Now the Committee has been informed 
that the DD-21 program has been changed to the DD(X) program 
and that a revised Request for Proposal has been issued with a 
down-select to a single industry team next spring. The 
Committee is dismayed that the DoD would delay the 
transformation of the surface Navy in the name of a new 
acquisition strategy. Therefore, based on the continued delay 
and lack of focus in the program, the Committee recommends a 
reduction of $80,000,000 in the SC-21 Total Ship System 
Engineering line for the DD-21. The Committee directs that the 
Deputy Secretary of Defense submit a report to the Committee by 
March 2002 which details the following:
    (1) Any change in the cost and performance requirements 
defined in the DD-21 Operational Requirements Document (ORD) as 
the program changes to the DD(X) program;
    (2) Notification of any of the integrated DD-21 
technologies that the department considers not to be 
transformational.
     Military Dental Research.--The Committee recommends 
$4,000,000 for military dental research. From within these 
funds, up to $2,000,000 may be made available for the 
development of three different diagnostic testing devices to 
rapidly assess anthrax exposure or immunization.
    Advanced Deployable System (ADS).--The Committee recognizes 
the importance of the ADS in enhancing the Navy's expeditionary 
warfare capability and ability to execute its forward presence 
mission and recommends an additional $7,500,000 for the 
application of fiber optic technology to the ADS.
    Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).--The President's budget request 
included $1,536,800,000 for the Joint Strike Fighter in both 
the Navy and Air Force research and development budgets. The 
Committee recommends a reduction of $247,200,000 to the budget 
request, evenly divided between the Navy and Air Force budget 
requests and an additional $30,000,000 for each service to 
transition to the engineering and manufacturing development 
(EMD) phase of the program consistent with the recommendation 
of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
    Lightweight 155mm Howitzer (LW155).--The President's budget 
request included $18,203,000 for the LW155. The Committee has 
been informed that LW155 program is being restructured by the 
Department because the Engineering and Manufacturing 
Development (EMD) guns have been determined to be not suitable 
for operational testing. The Committee understands that the 
program will be restructured to provide ``production 
representative'' guns for operational testing and to mitigate 
the risk of transitioning to production. Due to the schedule 
delays associated with the restructure, the Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $8,203,000 for the LW155, a 
reduction of $10,000,000 to the budget request.
    NAVIS, TIS Demonstration.--In an effort to assist the Navy 
in ensuring an on-time delivery of a next generation real-time 
reconnaissance imagery receiving and display system, the 
Committee recommends that of the funds available for the Office 
of Naval Research, up to $2,000,000 may be made available to 
build additional Navy Input Station (NAVIS) ground stations 
that meet emergent operational requirements and provide risk 
mitigation for the Tactical Input Segment (TIS). These 
additional units can then be used to conduct a side-by-side 
comparison of the TIS and NAVIS ground stations. The data 
obtained from this test shall be included as part of the 
operational testing and evaluation data used by the Navy to 
determine which system, in which configuration will best meet 
the current and future needs of the fleet.
    Testing Polymer Samples for Anti-corrosion coatings.--The 
Committee recommends funds for the Office of Naval Research to 
support an EPSOR university with proven capabilities in 
polymers and coatings to demonstrate a new proprietary 
commercial technology that can cost-effectively accelerate the 
screening of polymer samples for new anti-corrosion coatings.

         Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $14,138,244,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  14,343,982,000
Committee recommendation................................  13,859,401,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$13,859,401,000. This is $484,581,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BASIC RESEARCH:
      1 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES...............................         220,869         220,869  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         220,869         220,869  ..............
APPLIED RESEARCH:
      2 MATERIALS...............................................          77,164          98,164         +21,000
      3 AEROSPACE VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES..........................          97,465          97,465  ..............
      4 HUMAN EFFECTIVENESS APPLIED RESEARCH....................          69,080          69,080  ..............
      5 AEROSPACE PROPULSION....................................         149,211         154,211          +5,000
      6 AEROSPACE SENSORS.......................................          84,149          84,149  ..............
      8 SPACE TECHNOLOGY........................................          61,086          78,586         +17,500
      9 CONVENTIONAL MUNITIONS..................................          49,270          49,270  ..............
     10 DIRECTED ENERGY TECHNOLOGY..............................          36,678          36,678  ..............
     11 COMMAND CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS......................          61,659          61,659  ..............
     12 DUAL USE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM.................          10,417          10,417  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................         696,179         739,679         +43,500
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
     13 LOGISTICS SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     14 ADVANCED MATERIALS FOR WEAPON SYSTEMS...................          32,748          41,748          +9,000
     15 AEROSPACE PROPULSION SUBSYSTEMS INTEGRATION.............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     16 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SENSORS..............................          55,809          55,809  ..............
     17 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY...............................  ..............           4,000          +4,000
     18 AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DEV/DEMO...........................          26,269          26,269  ..............
     19 AEROSPACE PROPULSION AND POWER TECHNOLOGY...............         114,335         117,335          +3,000
     20 PERSONNEL, TRAINING AND SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY...........  ..............  ..............  ..............
     21 CREW SYSTEMS AND PERSONNEL PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY........          32,356          32,356  ..............
     22 FLIGHT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION...................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     23 ADVANCED SENSOR INTEGRATION.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     24 ELECTRONIC COMBAT TECHNOLOGY............................          28,221          28,221  ..............
     25 SPACE AND MISSILE ROCKET PROPULSION.....................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     26 BALLISTIC MISSILE TECHNOLOGY............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     27 ADVANCED SPACECRAFT TECHNOLOGY..........................          54,528          63,528          +9,000
     28 SPACE SYSTEMS ENVIRONMENTAL INTERACTIONS TECHNOLOGY.....  ..............  ..............  ..............
     29 MAUI SPACE SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (MSSS)...................           6,484          30,984         +24,500
     30 CONVENTIONAL WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY.........................          37,617          37,617  ..............
     31 ADVANCED WEAPONS TECHNOLOGY.............................          43,758          65,458         +21,700
     32 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY....................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     33 AEROSPACE INFO TECH SYS INTEGRATION.....................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     34 C3I ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT................................          32,644          32,644  ..............
     35 SPACE-BASED LASER.......................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT..................         464,769         535,969         +71,200
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
     36 INTELLIGENCE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT.......................           4,482           4,482  ..............
     37 AIRBORNE LASER PROGRAM..................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
     38 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM III...................          78,358          78,358  ..............
     39 ADVANCED EHF MILSATCOM (SPACE)..........................         549,659         549,659  ..............
     40 POLAR MILSATCOM (SPACE).................................          18,724          18,724  ..............
     41 NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL.......         157,394         157,394  ..............
     42 SPACE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY................................          33,022          33,022  ..............
     44 COMBAT IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY........................          11,523          11,523  ..............
     45 NATO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT...........................           5,616           5,616  ..............
     46 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER....................................  ..............          30,000         +30,000
     47 INTEGRATED BROADCAST SERVICE (DEM/VAL)..................          20,529          20,529  ..............
     48 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--DEM/VAL.............          44,484          44,484  ..............
     49 WIDEBAND GAPFILLER SYSTEM RDT&E (SPACE).............          96,670          96,670  ..............
     50 AIR FORCE/NATIONAL PROGRAM COOPERATION (AFNPC)..........           4,433           4,433  ..............
     51 POLLUTION PREVENTION (DEM/VAL)..........................           2,688           2,688  ..............
     52 JOINT PRECISION APPROACH AND LANDING SYSTEMS--DEM/VAL...           9,554           9,554  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.....................       1,037,136       1,067,136         +30,000
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
     54 GLOBAL BROADCAST SERVICE (GBS)..........................          34,544          34,544  ..............
     55 JOINT HELMET MOUNTED CUEING SYSTEM (JHMCS)..............           5,960           5,960  ..............
      0 INTEGRATED AVIONICS PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT............  ..............           3,000          +3,000
     57 NUCLEAR WEAPONS SUPPORT.................................          13,120          13,120  ..............
     58 B-1B....................................................         194,507         152,307         -42,200
     60 SPECIALIZED UNDERGRADUATE PILOT TRAINING................           4,885           4,885  ..............
     61 F-22 EMD................................................         865,464         865,464  ..............
     62 B-2 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY BOMBER..........................         155,004         218,004         +63,000
     63 SPACE-BASED RADAR EMD...................................          50,000          25,000         -25,000
     64 EW DEVELOPMENT..........................................          41,267          54,967         +13,700
     65 EXTENDED RANGE CRUISE MISSILE (ERCM)....................          40,235  ..............         -40,235
     66 SMALL DIAMETER BOMB (SDB) (DEM/VAL).....................          40,000          25,000         -15,000
     67 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) HIGH EMD............         405,229         455,229         +50,000
     68 SPACE BASED INFRARED SYSTEM (SBIRS) LOW EMD.............  ..............  ..............  ..............
     69 MILSTAR LDR/MDR SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SPACE)........         232,084         232,084  ..............
     71 ARMAMENT/ORDNANCE DEVELOPMENT...........................           3,838           3,838  ..............
     72 SUBMUNITIONS............................................           4,809           4,809  ..............
     73 AGILE COMBAT SUPPORT....................................           6,674           6,674  ..............
     74 JOINT DIRECT ATTACK MUNITION............................          27,956          27,956  ..............
     76 LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS....................................           4,586           8,586          +4,000
     79 COMBAT TRAINING RANGES..................................          25,943          25,943  ..............
     80 INTEGRATED COMMAND &; CONTROL APPLICATIONS (IC2A).......             224           3,224          +3,000
     81 INTELLIGENCE EQUIPMENT..................................           1,323           1,823            +500
     82 TACTICAL DATA LINK INFRASTRUCTURE.......................          17,648          17,648  ..............
     83 COMMON LOW OBSERVABLES VERIFICATION SYSTEM (CLOVERS)....           6,713           6,713  ..............
     84 TACTICAL DATA LINK INTEROPERABILITY.....................           5,677           5,677  ..............
     85 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER EMD................................         769,511         615,911        -153,600
     87 INTERCONTINENTAL BALLISTIC MISSILE--EMD.................          81,086          81,086  ..............
     88 EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE PROGRAM (SPACE).......         320,321         320,321  ..............
     89 RDT&E; FOR AGING AIRCRAFT................................          20,115          24,015          +3,900
     90 PRECISION ATTACK SYSTEMS PROCUREMENT....................           5,984           5,984  ..............
     91 COMBAT SURVIVOR EVADER LOCATOR..........................          11,486          11,486  ..............
     92 CV-22...................................................          10,008  ..............         -10,008
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................       3,406,201       3,261,258        -144,943
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
     93 THREAT SIMULATOR DEVELOPMENT............................          38,153          38,153  ..............
     94 MAJOR T&E; INVESTMENT....................................          49,857          59,857         +10,000
     95 RAND PROJECT AIR FORCE..................................          25,098          25,098  ..............
     96 RANCH HAND II EPIDEMIOLOGY STUDY........................          10,950          10,950  ..............
     98 INITIAL OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION.................          28,998          28,998  ..............
     99 TEST AND EVALUATION SUPPORT.............................         396,583         396,583  ..............
    101 ROCKET SYSTEMS LAUNCH PROGRAM (SPACE)...................           8,538           8,538  ..............
    102 SPACE TEST PROGRAM (STP)................................          50,523          50,523  ..............
    103 GENERAL SKILL TRAINING..................................             309             309  ..............
    105 JUDGMENT FUND REIMBURSEMENT.............................          10,000          10,000  ..............
    106 INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES................................           3,846           3,846  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         622,855         632,855         +10,000
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT:
    107 B-52 SQUADRONS..........................................          66,874          66,874  ..............
    108 ADVANCED CRUISE MISSILE.................................           2,487           2,487  ..............
    109 AIR-LAUNCHED CRUISE MISSILE (ALCM)......................           6,841           6,841  ..............
REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION:
    111 REGION/SECTOR OPERATION CONTROL CENTER MODERNIZATION....  ..............           7,000          +7,000
    113 WARFIGHTER RAPID ACQUISITION PROCESS (WRAP) RAPID TRAN..          30,247          30,247  ..............
    114 AC2ISR CENTER...........................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    115 JOINT EXPEDITIONARY FORCE EXPERIMENT....................          64,005          64,005  ..............
    116 A-10 SQUADRONS..........................................           3,049           3,049  ..............
    117 F-16 SQUADRONS..........................................         110,797         110,797  ..............
    118 F-15E SQUADRONS.........................................         101,439         113,439         +12,000
    119 MANNED DESTRUCTIVE SUPPRESSION..........................          22,239          22,239  ..............
    120 F-22 SQUADRONS..........................................          16,092          16,092  ..............
    121 F-117A SQUADRONS........................................           2,305           2,305  ..............
    122 TACTICAL AIM MISSILES...................................           5,771           5,771  ..............
    123 ADVANCED MEDIUM RANGE AIR-TO-AIR MISSILE (AMRAAM).......          57,702          57,702  ..............
    124 AF TENCAP...............................................          10,811          12,811          +2,000
    125 SPECIAL EVALUATION PROGRAM..............................         100,027         100,027  ..............
    126 COMPASS CALL............................................           3,908           3,908  ..............
    127 AIRCRAFT ENGINE COMPONENT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM...........         175,101         175,101  ..............
    128 CSAF INNOVATION PROGRAM.................................           1,961           4,961          +3,000
    130 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM)...........          79,197          79,197  ..............
    131 AEROSPACE OPERATIONS CENTER (AOC).......................          19,514          19,514  ..............
    132 CONTROL AND REPORTING CENTER (CRC)......................           7,047           7,047  ..............
    133 AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEM (AWACS).............          39,787          39,787  ..............
    134 ADVANCED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.........................           9,324           9,324  ..............
    135 EVALUATION AND ANALYSIS PROGRAM.........................         204,467         204,467  ..............
    136 ADVANCED PROGRAM TECHNOLOGY.............................         107,716         107,716  ..............
    137 THEATER BATTLE MANAGEMENT (TBM) C4I.....................          37,331          38,331          +1,000
    138 JOINT SURVEILLANCE AND TARGET ATTACK RADAR SYSTEM.......         147,859         159,359         +11,500
    139 SEEK EAGLE..............................................          17,833          17,833  ..............
    140 ADVANCED PROGRAM EVALUATION.............................          82,397          82,397  ..............
    141 USAF MODELING AND SIMULATION............................          25,345          25,345  ..............
    142 WARGAMING AND SIMULATION CENTERS........................           5,033          10,433          +5,400
    143 FULL COMBAT MISSION TRAINING............................           3,763           3,763  ..............
    144 MISSION PLANNING SYSTEMS................................          16,904          16,904  ..............
    145 INFORMATION WARFARE SUPPORT.............................           1,803           1,803  ..............
    146 WAR RESERVE MATERIEL--EQUIPMENT/SECONDARY ITEMS.........  ..............  ..............  ..............
    147 THEATER MISSILE DEFENSES................................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    148 TECHNICAL EVALUATION SYSTEM.............................         154,621         154,621  ..............
    149 SPECIAL EVALUATION SYSTEM...............................          42,334          42,334  ..............
    151 COBRA BALL..............................................  ..............           6,000          +6,000
    156 E-4B NATIONAL AIRBORNE OPERATIONS CENTER (NAOC).........          23,359          23,359  ..............
    157 DEFENSE SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (SPACE).........           3,895           3,895  ..............
    158 AIR FORCE COMMUNICATIONS (AIRCOM).......................          31,828          31,828  ..............
    159 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK (ME..           5,982           5,982  ..............
    160 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................           7,936          12,936          +5,000
    161 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM............................          48,911          48,911  ..............
    162 GLOBAL COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM.......................           3,521           3,521  ..............
    163 COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)........................           4,131           4,131  ..............
    164 MILSATCOM TERMINALS.....................................          41,763          41,763  ..............
    166 SELECTED ACTIVITIES.....................................          79,208          53,208         -26,000
    167 GLOBAL AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (GATM)....................           9,331           9,331  ..............
    168 SATELLITE CONTROL NETWORK (SPACE).......................          56,349          56,349  ..............
    169 WEATHER SERVICE.........................................          11,452          11,452  ..............
    170 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL, APPROACH, AND LANDING SYSTEM.......          26,982          26,982  ..............
    171 SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIVE ACTIVITIES...................             472             472  ..............
    173 TITAN SPACE LAUNCH VEHICLES (SPACE).....................          21,293          21,293  ..............
    174 DEFENSE RECONNAISSANCE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES (SPACE).......          46,578          46,578  ..............
    175 DEFENSE METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE PROGRAM (SPACE)........          12,259          12,259  ..............
    176 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (USER EQUIPMENT)......          53,093          53,093  ..............
    177 NAVSTAR GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (SPACE AND CON-  TROL.         186,459         186,459  ..............
    179 SPACELIFT RANGE SYSTEM (SPACE)..........................          65,097          65,097  ..............
    180 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP).......................................          32,804          36,804          +4,000
    181 ENDURANCE UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES......................         190,237         206,237         +16,000
    182 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................          77,766          92,766         +15,000
    183 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    184 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................          11,429          11,429  ..............
    185 NCMC--TW/AA SYSTEM......................................          15,797          15,797  ..............
    186 SPACETRACK (SPACE)......................................          32,591          32,591  ..............
    187 DEFENSE SUPPORT PROGRAM (SPACE).........................           6,363           6,363  ..............
    188 NUDET DETECTION SYSTEM (SPACE)..........................          18,823          21,823          +3,000
    190 MODELING AND SIMULATION SUPPORT.........................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    191 SHARED EARLY WARNING (SEW)..............................           3,697           3,697  ..............
    192 C-130 AIRLIFT SQUADRON..................................          80,533          80,533  ..............
    193 C-5 AIRLIFT SQUADRONS...................................         166,508         166,508  ..............
    194 C-17 AIRCRAFT...........................................         110,619         110,619  ..............
    195 LARGE AIRCRAFT IR COUNTERMEASURES (LAIRCM)..............          62,530          62,530  ..............
    197 KC-135S.................................................           5,416           5,416  ..............
    198 KC-10S..................................................          22,774          22,774  ..............
    199 SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES...............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
    200 DEPOT MAINTENANCE (NON-IF)..............................           1,542           1,542  ..............
    201 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................          53,782          53,782  ..............
    202 PRODUCTIVITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, MAINTAIN PRO...          20,689          20,689  ..............
    203 JOINT LOGISTICS PROGRAM--AMMUNITION STANDARD SYS-  TEM..             106             106  ..............
    204 SUPPORT SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.............................          24,221          25,221          +1,000
    205 COMPUTER RESOURCES SUPPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (CRSIP)..           2,376           2,376  ..............
    206 CIVILIAN COMPENSATION PROGRAM...........................           7,019           7,019  ..............
    999 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................       4,424,521       3,864,283        -560,238
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT....................       7,895,973       7,401,635        -494,338
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, AF...........      14,343,982      13,859,401        -484,581
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Change from
Line         Item           2002 budget      Committee        budget
                             estimate     recommendation     estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2MATERIALS                   77,164          98,164         +21,000
        Metals          ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Affordability
         Initiative
        Durable Hybrid  ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Coatings for
         Aircraft
         Systems
        Titanium        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Matrix
         Composites
        Environmentall  ..............  ..............          +1,500
         y Sound
         Aircraft
         Coatings
        Carbon Foam     ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Development
         for Aircraft
         & Spacecraft
        UV Free         ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Electron
         Laser
   5AEROSPACE                  149,211         154,211          +5,000
     PROPULSION
        Magnetic        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Bearing
         Cooling
         Turbine
   8SPACE TECHNOLOGY            61,086          78,586         +17,500
        HAARP           ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Electronmagne
         tic Wave
         Gradiometer
        HAARP           ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Incoherent
         Radar
        HAARP Space     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Technology
        Satellite       ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Simulation
         Tool Kit
  14ADVANCED MATERIALS          32,748          41,748          +9,000
     FOR WEAPON
     SYSTEMS
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Aluminum
         Aerostructure
         s
        Ceramic Matrix  ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Composites
         for Engines
  17FLIGHT VEHICLE      ..............           4,000          +4,000
     TECHNOLOGY
        E-SMART         ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Chemical and
         Biological
         Sensors
  19AEROSPACE                  114,335         117,335          +3,000
     PROPULSION AND
     POWER TECHNOLOGY
        Vector          ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Thrusted
         Ducted
         Propeller
  27ADVANCED                    54,528          63,528          +9,000
     SPACECRAFT
     TECHNOLOGY
        Scorpius Space  ..............  ..............          +9,000
         Lift Program
  29MAUI SPACE                   6,484          30,984         +24,500
     SURVEILLANCE
     SYSTEM (MSSS)
        Program         ..............  ..............         +20,500
         Increase
        Pan-STARRS      ..............  ..............          +4,000
  31ADVANCED WEAPONS            43,758          65,458         +21,700
     TECHNOLOGY
        Aerospace       ..............  ..............          +9,200
         Relay Mirror
         System
        Field Laser     ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Demonstration
         (FLD)
         Upgrades
         (ALVA)
        Laser Spark     ..............  ..............          +2,500
         Countermeasur
         e
  46JOINT STRIKE        ..............          30,000         +30,000
     FIGHTER
        Delay in Down-  ..............  ..............         +30,000
         select
  56INTEGRATED          ..............           3,000          +3,000
     AVIONICS PLANNING
     & DEVELOPMENT
        Affordable      ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Combat
         Avionics
         Initiative
  58B-1B                       194,507         152,307         -42,200
        Realignment     ..............  ..............         -42,200
  62B-2 ADVANCED               155,004         218,004         +63,000
     TECHNOLOGY BOMBER
        Link 16         ..............  ..............         +63,000
         Improvements
  63SPACE-BASED RADAR           50,000          25,000         -25,000
     EMD
  64EW DEVELOPMENT              41,267          54,567         +13,300
        Precision       ..............  ..............         +13,300
         Location and
         Identificatio
         n (PLAID)
  65EXTENDED RANGE              40,235  ..............         -40,235
     CRUISE MISSILE
     (ERCM)
  66SMALL DIAMETER              40,000          25,000         -15,000
     BOMB (SDB) (DEM/
     VAL)
  67SPACE BASED                405,229         455,229         +50,000
     INFRARED SYSTEM
        (SBIRS) HIGH
         EMD
  76LIFE SUPPORT                 4,586           8,586          +4,000
     SYSTEMS
        Panoramic       ..............  ..............          +4,000
         Night Vision
         Goggle (PNVG)
         Development
  80INTEGRATED COMMAND             224           3,224          +3,000
     & CONTROL
     APPLICATIONS
     (IC2A)
        ASSET/eWing     ..............  ..............          +3,000
         Program
  85JOINT STRIKE               769,511         615,911        -153,600
     FIGHTER EMD
        Delay in Down-  ..............  ..............        -153,600
         select
  89RDT&E; FOR AGING             20,115          24,015          +3,900
     AIRCRAFT
        Aging Aircraft  ..............  ..............          +3,900
         Knowledge
         Portal
  92CV-22                       10,008  ..............         -10,008
  94MAJOR T&E;                   49,857          59,857         +10,000
     INVESTMENT
        Mariah II       ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Hypersonic
         Wind Tunnel
 111REGION/SECTOR       ..............           7,000          +7,000
     OPERATION CONTROL
     CENTER
     MODERNIZATION
     PROGRAM
        RAOC            ..............  ..............          +7,000
         Modernization
         Aero & Range
         Surveillance
 118F-15E SQUADRONS            101,439         113,439         +12,000
        F-15 Block      ..............  ..............         +12,000
         Upgrade
         Program
 124AF TENCAP                   10,811          12,811          +2,000
        GPS Jammer      ..............  ..............          +2,000
         Detection &
         Location
         System
 128CSAF INNOVATION              1,961           4,961          +3,000
     PROGRAM
        Eagle Vision    ..............  ..............          +3,000
 135EVALUATION AND             204,467         204,467  ..............
     ANALYSIS PROGRAM
        AKITS           ..............         [3,000]  ..............
 137THEATER BATTLE              37,331          38,331          +1,000
     MANAGEMENT (TBM)
     C4I
        Theater Battle  ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Management
         Core Systems/
         Air Support
         Operations
         Center at
         INEEL
 138JOINT SURVEILLANCE         147,859         159,359         +11,500
     AND TARGET ATTACK
     RADAR SYSTEM
     (JOINT STARS)
        GATM Upgrades   ..............  ..............          +5,800
         (transfer)
        SATCOM Kit      ..............  ..............          +5,700
         Development
 142WARGAMING AND                5,033          10,433          +5,400
     SIMULATION
     CENTERS
        Theater         ..............  ..............          +5,400
         Aerospace
         Simulation
         Facility
 151COBRA BALL          ..............           6,000          +6,000
        Advanced        ..............  ..............          +6,000
         Airborne
         Sensor
 160INFORMATION                  7,936          12,936          +5,000
     SYSTEMS SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        Cyber Security  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Program
 180DRAGON U-2 (JMIP)           32,804          36,804          +4,000
        U-2 SYERS       ..............  ..............          +4,000
 181ENDURANCE UNMANNED         190,237         206,237         +16,000
     AERIAL VEHICLES
        Global Hawk     ..............  ..............         +16,000
         Sensors
 182AIRBORNE                    77,766          92,766         +15,000
     RECONNAISSANCE
     SYSTEMS
        Wideband        ..............  ..............         +10,000
         Global Grid
         Common Data
         Link
        High Data Rate  ..............  ..............          +5,000
         Laser
         Communication
         s
 188NUDET DETECTION             18,823          21,823          +3,000
     SYSTEM (SPACE)
 204SUPPORT SYSTEM              24,221          25,221          +1,000
     DEVELOPMENT
        Commodity       ..............  ..............          +1,000
         Management
         Systems
         Consolidation
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Space Based Radar (SBR).--The President's budget request 
included $50,000,000 for a new start Space Based Radar Program. 
The Committee is concerned that at a time when Air Force space 
programs are generally underfunded and experiencing cost and 
schedule difficulties, that the Air Force would propose to 
begin a new start program that is not well defined and for 
which sufficient outyear funding has not yet been identified. 
The Committee is also concerned that the program proposes to 
fund research activities that are duplicative of on-going 
efforts in other DOD agencies. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends $25,000,000, a reduction of $25,000,000 to the 
budget request. The Committee further directs that the Under 
Secretary of the Air Force/Director of the National 
Reconnaissance Office establish a joint program office to 
define a viable SBR program including its relationship to the 
Future Imagery Architecture as well as other Intelligence, 
Surveillance and Reconnaissance space systems.
    Extended Range Cruise Missile (ERCM).--The President's 
budget request included $40,235,000 for the Extended Range 
Cruise Missile. The Committee notes that in the fiscal year 
2001 Defense Appropriations Act, the Congress provided 
$40,000,000 for the ERCM. The Department of Defense declined to 
execute the funds as appropriated for ERCM and instead used the 
funds as a source on the fiscal year 2001 Omnibus 
Reprogramming. The Department of Defense rational for not 
executing the program was that the Air Force was evaluating 
various cruise missile options and had not yet decided on which 
option to pursue. In addition, the Nuclear Posture Review, yet 
another study, was not completed and could impact which ERCM 
option to pursue. The Committee believes that the Department's 
rational for not executing the fiscal year 2001 funding remains 
valid, therefore the Committee recommends denial of the fiscal 
year 2002 ERCM funding request.
    Small Diameter Bomb (SDB).--The President's budget request 
included $40,000,000 for the Small Diameter Bomb. The Committee 
notes that in the fiscal year 2001 Defense Appropriations Act, 
the Congress provide $12,000,000 for the SDB program and that 
an additional $13,000,000 was provided in Public Law 107-148, a 
fiscal year 2001 Supplemental Appropriations Act. The Air Force 
has recently awarded contracts for the initial design phase of 
the program at the end of fiscal year 2001. Due to the delayed 
contract award, the fiscal year 2001 funding will execute 
during fiscal year 2002. Therefore, the Committee recommends 
$25,000,000, for the SDB program in fiscal year 2002, a 
reduction of $15,000,000 to the budget request.
    Joint Strike Fighter (JSF).--The President's budget request 
included $1,536,800,000 for the Joint Strike Fighter in both 
the Navy and Air Force research and development budgets. The 
Committee recommends a reduction of $247,200,000 to the budget 
request, evenly divided between the Navy and Air Force budget 
requests and an additional $30,000,000 for each service to 
transition to the engineering and manufacturing development 
(EMD) phase of the program consistent with the recommendation 
of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
    Aging Aircraft.--There is a critical need for improved 
methods of nondestructive evaluation of aging aircraft 
materials and the inspection of engine components. Significant 
civilian research efforts, funded in part by the Federal 
Aviation Administration (FAA), may be very helpful for military 
aircraft. The Committee directs the Air Force to consider 
establishing a substantial relationship with the FAA-
established Airworthiness Assurance Center of Excellence (AACE) 
and its component elements. The Center has integrated the 
inspection, maintenance, and repair research efforts of the 
Center of Aviation Systems Reliability, the propulsion systems 
inspection research efforts of the Engine Titanium Consortium, 
and technology validation and transfer efforts of Sandia 
National Laboratories Airworthiness Assurance Validation Center 
under a single ``virtual national laboratory'' umbrella, along 
with eight core universities and over 100 affiliates. The 
Committee further directs that the Air Force report back to the 
Committees on Appropriations concerning this issue no later 
than April 1, 2002.
    Information Assurance.--The Committee recognizes the threat 
posed to U.S. Government and commercial computer networks and 
information. The Committee also recognizes the lead the U.S. 
Air Force has taken in network security and information warfare 
and the need to continue to improve their capability as well as 
develop joint procedures for all military services. Of the 
funds provided to the Air Force, the Committee provides 
$5,000,000 to establish a University/Government/business 
partnership teaching Information Assurance and conducting 
research into protection software, policies, procedures, legal 
requirements and hardware security.

       Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $11,157,375,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  15,050,787,000
Committee recommendation................................  14,445,589,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$14,445,589,000. This is $605,198,000 below the budget 
estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

BASIC RESEARCH:
      1 IN-HOUSE LABORATORY INDEPENDENT RESEARCH................           2,097           2,097  ..............
      2 DEFENSE RESEARCH SCIENCES...............................         121,003         132,003         +11,000
      3 UNIVERSITY RESEARCH INITIATIVES.........................         240,374         250,874         +10,500
      4 FORCE HEALTH PROTECTION.................................          26,952          39,452         +12,500
      5 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH INITIATIVES..................          11,877          11,877  ..............
      6 GOVERNMENT/INDUSTRY COSPONSORSHIP OF UNIV RE-  SEARCH...           3,421           2,421          -1,000
      7 DEFENSE EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM TO STIMULATE COMPETITIVE              9,901          19,901         +10,000
     RESEARCH...................................................
      8 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM.................          39,066          42,066          +3,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, BASIC RESEARCH.....................................         454,691         500,691         +46,000
APPLIED RESEARCH:
     11 MEDICAL FREE ELECTRON LASER.............................          14,660          14,660  ..............
     12 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES (HBCU).....          14,484          22,484          +8,000
     13 LINCOLN LABORATORY RESEARCH PROGRAM.....................          21,969          21,969  ..............
     14 COMPUTING SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY.........         382,294         354,394         -27,900
     15 EMBEDDED SOFTWARE AND PERVASIVE COMPUTING...............          75,561          62,561         -13,000
     16 BIOLOGICAL WARFARE DEFENSE..............................         140,080         140,080  ..............
     17 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM.................         125,481         144,481         +19,000
     18 TACTICAL TECHNOLOGY.....................................         173,885         179,385          +5,500
     20 MATERIALS AND ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY....................         358,254         331,754         -26,500
     21 NUCLEAR SUSTAINMENT &; COUNTERPROLIFERATION TECHNOLOGI..         295,132         294,032          -1,100
     22 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY......................................           8,971           8,971  ..............
     23 HIGH ENERGY LASER RESEARCH..............................          36,005          36,005  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, APPLIED RESEARCH...................................       1,646,776       1,610,776         -36,000
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
     25 MEDICAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY.............................           2,086           2,086  ..............
     26 EXPLOSIVES DEMILITARIZATION TECHNOLOGY..................           8,815          19,615         +10,800
     27 SO/LIC ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT.............................           8,799           8,799  ..............
     28 COMBATING TERRORISM TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT..................          42,243          46,743          +4,500
     29 COUNTERPROLIFERATION ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES..          89,772          89,772  ..............
     32 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY....................         132,890         144,890         +12,000
    32a BMD SYSTEMS ENG AND INTEGRATION.........................  ..............         203,663        +203,663
    32b BMD PROGRAN OPERATIONS..................................  ..............         191,243        +191,243
     33 JOINT DOD-DOE MUNITIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT..........          19,178          19,178  ..............
     34 AUTOMATIC TARGET RECOGNITION............................           7,716           7,716  ..............
     35 ADVANCED AEROSPACE SYSTEMS..............................         153,700         153,700  ..............
     36 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--ADV DEV........          69,249          72,249          +3,000
     37 SPECIAL TECHNICAL SUPPORT...............................          11,019          11,019  ..............
     38 ARMS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY.................................          52,474          52,474  ..............
     39 GENERIC LOGISTICS R&D; TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS.........          30,373          55,373         +25,000
     40 STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM................          69,376          53,346         -16,030
     41 JOINT WARFIGHTING PROGRAM...............................           7,613           7,613  ..............
     42 AGILE PORT DEMONSTRATION................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
     44 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGIES.......................         177,264         194,764         +17,500
     45 ADVANCED CONCEPT TECHNOLOGY DEMONSTRATIONS..............         148,917         153,917          +5,000
     46 HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING MODERNIZATION PRO-  GRAM.....         188,376         187,200          -1,176
     47 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS.............         117,451         117,451  ..............
     48 SENSOR AND GUIDANCE TECHNOLOGY..........................         203,095         190,095         -13,000
     49 MARINE TECHNOLOGY.......................................          41,497          41,497  ..............
     50 LAND WARFARE TECHNOLOGY.................................         153,067         153,067  ..............
     51 CLASSIFIED DARPA PROGRAMS...............................         142,395         142,395  ..............
     52 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING INSTITUTE..........................          21,091          21,091  ..............
     54 QUICK REACTION PROJECTS.................................          25,000  ..............         -25,000
     55 JOINT WARGAMING SIMULATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE............          45,065          45,065  ..............
     56 HIGH ENERGY LASER ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM...........          16,005          16,005  ..............
     57 COUNTERPROLIFERATION SUPPORT............................           1,781           1,781  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT....................       1,986,307       2,413,807        +427,500
DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION:
     59 PHYSICAL SECURITY EQUIPMENT.............................          33,543          33,543  ..............
     60 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM..................................          11,302          11,302  ..............
     61 ADVANCED SENSOR APPLICATIONS PROGRAM....................          15,780          17,780          +2,000
     62 CALS INITIATIVE.........................................           1,614           7,614          +6,000
     63 ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY TECHNICAL CERTIFICATION PROGRAM..          25,314          31,054          +5,740
     74 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SYSTEM SEGMENT................         779,584  ..............        -779,584
    74a BMD SYSTEM BMC2.........................................  ..............          18,792         +18,792
    74b BMD SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS...............................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    74c BMD SYSTEM TARGETS AND CM...............................  ..............          96,539         +96,539
    74d BMD SYSTEM T&E..........................................;  ..............         220,916        +220,916
     75 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TERMINAL DEFENSE SEGMENT......         968,180  ..............        -968,180
    75a THEATER HIGH ALTITUDE AREA DEFENSE......................  ..............         672,543        +672,543
    75b ARROW AND COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS..........................  ..............         141,699        +141,699
    75c PAC-3...................................................  ..............         107,100        +107,100
    75d MEADS...................................................  ..............          71,645         +71,645
    75e NAVY AREA BMD...........................................  ..............         388,496      G6+388,496
     76 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE MIDCOURSE DEFENSE SEG-  MENT..       3,940,534  ..............      -3,940,534
    76a GROUND-BASED TEST BED...................................  ..............         786,485        +786,485
    76b GROUND-BASED MIDCOURSE..................................  ..............       2,241,240      +2,241,240
    76c SEA-BASED MIDCOURSE.....................................  ..............         289,000        +289,000
     77 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE BOOST DEFENSE SEGMENT.........         685,363  ..............        -685,363
    77a SEA-BASED BOOST.........................................  ..............          10,000         +10,000
    77b AIR-BASED BOOST/AIRBORNE LASER..........................  ..............         355,000        +355,000
    77c SPACE-BASED BOOST.......................................  ..............          32,000         +32,000
     78 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--DEM/VAL........          82,636          82,636  ..............
     79 BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE SENSORS.......................         495,600  ..............        -495,600
    79a SPACE SENSORS/SRIR-L....................................  ..............         264,799        +264,799
    79b INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION...............................  ..............          50,342         +50,342
    79c SENSORS T&E.............................................;  ..............          10,000         +10,000
     81 HUMANITARIAN DEMINING...................................          13,512          13,512  ..............
     82 COALITION WARFARE.......................................          12,943           6,123          -6,820
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DEMONSTRATION AND VALIDATION.......................       7,065,905       5,970,160      -1,095,745
ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL:
     85 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM--EMD............         159,943         164,943          +5,000
     86 JOINT ROBOTICS PROGRAM--EMD.............................          13,197          13,197  ..............
     87 ADVANCED IT SERVICES JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE (AITS-JPO)....          14,254          14,254  ..............
     88 JOINT TACTICAL INFORMATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM  (JTIDS).          16,572          16,572  ..............
     93 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................           2,469           2,469  ..............
     97 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT-STANDARD PROCUREMEN..           9,747           7,747          -2,000
     98 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MODERNIZATION PROGRAM..............         100,000         100,000  ..............
     99 DEFENSE MESSAGE SYSTEM..................................          11,423          11,423  ..............
    100 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................          11,767          11,767  ..............
    101 GLOBAL COMBAT SUPPORT SYSTEM............................          16,483          16,483  ..............
    102 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE.....................................          25,519          25,519  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING DEVEL................         381,374         384,374          +3,000
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    103 UNEXPLODED ORDNANCE DETECTION AND CLEARANCE.............           1,165           1,165  ..............
    104 THERMAL VICAR...........................................           5,952           5,952  ..............
    105 TECHNICAL STUDIES, SUPPORT AND ANALYSIS.................          33,805          33,805  ..............
    106 CRITICAL TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT.............................           3,313           3,313  ..............
    107 BLACK LIGHT.............................................           5,000           5,000  ..............
    108 GENERAL SUPPORT TO C3I..................................          21,061          28,561          +7,500
    109 FOREIGN MATERIAL ACQUISITION AND EXPLOITATION...........          31,951          31,951  ..............
    110 INTERAGENCY EXPORT LICENSE AUTOMATION...................          10,559          10,559  ..............
    111 DEFENSE TRAVEL SYSTEM...................................          29,955          29,955  ..............
    112 JOINT THEATER AIR AND MISSILE DEFENSE ORGANIZATION......          26,865          16,865         -10,000
    114 FOREIGN COMPARATIVE TESTING.............................          30,907          27,907          -3,000
    116 CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE PROGRAM.................          31,276          31,276  ..............
    119 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS--C3I................................          56,653          61,653          +5,000
    120 SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH/CHALLENGE  ADMIN.....           2,068           2,068  ..............
    121 DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY ANALYSIS.............................           5,109           5,109  ..............
    122 DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICES (DTIC)...........          44,228          44,228  ..............
    124 R&D; IN SUPPORT OF DOD ENLISTMENT, TESTING AND EVAL......           8,834           8,834  ..............
    125 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION.........................          46,382          46,382  ..............
    126 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT)......          36,937          36,937  ..............
    127 PENTAGON RESERVATION-BMDO...............................           6,571           6,571  ..............
    128 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS-BMDO............................          27,758          27,758  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         466,349         465,849            -500
OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPEMENT:
    129 COMMERCIAL OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT SAVINGS INITIA-  TIVE.          10,805          10,805  ..............
    130 PARTNERSHIP FOR PEACE (PFP) INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYS..           1,922           1,922  ..............
    131 C4I INTEROPERABILITY....................................          41,389          41,389  ..............
    132 JOINT ANALYTICAL MODEL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM..............          12,163          12,163  ..............
    133 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS..........................             550             550  ..............
    137 NATIONAL MILITARY COMMAND SYSTEM-WIDE SUPPORT...........           1,014           1,014  ..............
    138 DEFENSE INFO INFRASTRUCTURE ENGINEERING AND INTEGRATIO..           6,544           6,544  ..............
    139 LONG HAUL COMMUNICATIONS (DCS)..........................          10,744          10,744  ..............
    140 SUPPORT OF THE NATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM...........           4,968           4,968  ..............
    141 MINIMUM ESSENTIAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK......           6,988           6,988  ..............
    142 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROGRAM....................         414,844         420,744          +5,900
    143 C4I FOR THE WARRIOR.....................................           9,622           9,622  ..............
    145 JOINT SPECTRUM CENTER...................................           8,849           8,849  ..............
    146 TELEPORT PROGRAM........................................          14,371          14,371  ..............
    147 SPECIAL RECONNAISSANCE CAPABILITIES (SRC) PROGRAM.......           4,422           4,422  ..............
    149 DEFENSE IMAGERY AND MAPPING PROGRAM.....................         115,209         122,909          +7,700
    150 FOREIGN COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES..................             664             664  ..............
    151 DEFENSE JOINT COUNTERINTELLIGENCE PROGRAM (JMIP)........           5,977          20,977         +15,000
    152 C3I INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS...............................          10,552          12,552          +2,000
    153 TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT..................................          40,000          40,000  ..............
    154 DRAGON U-2 (JMIP).......................................           4,019           4,019  ..............
    155 AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS.........................          16,515          16,515  ..............
    156 MANNED RECONNAISSANCE SYSTEMS...........................           4,556          22,556         +18,000
    159 DISTRIBUTED COMMON GROUND SYSTEMS.......................           1,006           1,006  ..............
    161 TACTICAL CRYPTOLOGIC ACTIVITIES.........................         105,455         105,455  ..............
    163 INDUSTRIAL PREPAREDNESS.................................          17,544          22,044          +4,500
    164 MANAGEMENT HEADQUARTERS (OJCS)..........................          11,312          11,312  ..............
    167 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT...............  ..............           7,606          +7,606
    168 SPECIAL OPERATIONS ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOP-  MENT...  ..............          11,582         +11,582
    169 SPECIAL OPERATIONS TACTICAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT.........  ..............         240,887        +240,887
    170 SPECIAL OPERATIONS INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS DEVELOP-  MENT..  ..............          10,789         +10,789
    171 SOF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT......................  ..............           1,917          +1,917
    172 SOF OPERATIONAL ENHANCEMENTS............................          85,109          85,109  ..............
    173 SOF ACQUISITION.........................................         252,334  ..............        -252,334
    174 CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS.....................................       1,829,938       1,806,938         -23,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT....................       3,049,385       3,099,932         +50,547
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVAL, DEFWIDE......      15,050,787      14,445,589        -605,198
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                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2002 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   2DEFENSE RESEARCH         121,003         132,003          +11,000
     SCIENCES
        Nanotechnolo  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         gy
         Initiative
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Photonic
         Composites
        Spectrum Lab  ..............  ...............          +3,000
   3UNIVERSITY               240,374         250,874          +10,500
     RESEARCH
     INITIATIVES
        Corrosion     ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Protection
         of Aluminum
         Alloys
        Active        ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Hyperspectr
         al Imaging
         Sensor
         Research
        Bioengineeri  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         ng/
         Nanotechnol
         ogy
         Research
   4FORCE HEALTH              26,952          39,452          +12,500
     PROTECTION
        Interdiscipl  ..............  ...............          +6,500
         inary
         Research on
         Gulf War
         Related Ill-
           nesses
        Chronic       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Multi-
         symptom
         Illnesses
   6GOVERNMENT/                3,421           2,421           -1,000
     INDUSTRY
     COSPONSORSHIP
     OF UNIVERSITY
     RESEARCH
        Program       ..............  ...............          -1,000
         Delays/
         Execution
   7DEFENSE                    9,901          19,901          +10,000
     EXPERIMENTAL
     PROGRAM TO
     STIMULATE
     COMPETITIVE
     RESEARCH
        Research      ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Funding
         Increase
   8CHEMICAL AND              39,066          42,066           +3,000
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE PROGRAM
        Bug to Drug   ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Identificat
         ion and CM
  12HISTORICALLY              14,484          22,484           +8,000
     BLACK COLLEGES
     AND
     UNIVERSITIES
     (HBCU) SCIENCE
        American      ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Indian
         Higher
         Education
         Consortium
        Business/     ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Tech
         Manuals
         Research
         and
         Development
  14COMPUTING                382,294         354,394          -27,900
     SYSTEMS AND
     COMMUNICATIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Secure and    ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Dependable
         Software
        Intelligent   ..............  ...............          -4,400
         Software
         for
         Multilingua
         l Programs
        Excessive     ..............  ...............         -25,000
         Growth: New
         Starts
  15EMBEDDED                  75,561          62,561          -13,000
     SOFTWARE AND
     PERVASIVE
     COMPUTING
        Duplication   ..............  ...............         -13,000
  17CHEMICAL AND             125,481         144,481          +19,000
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE PROGRAM
        Regenerative  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Air
         Filtration
        Electrostati  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         c
         Decontamina
         tion
        Air           ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Purificatio
         n Systems
        Bio-          ..............  ...............          +5,000
         informatics
         Research
  18TACTICAL                 173,885         179,385           +5,500
     TECHNOLOGY
        CEROS         ..............  ...............          +5,500
  20MATERIALS AND            358,254         331,754          -26,500
     ELECTRONICS
     TECHNOLOGY
        Program       ..............  ...............         -45,000
         Delays/
         Execution
        Optoelectron  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         ics/
         Integrated
         Technologie
         s
        Fabrication   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         of 3D
         Structures
        Destruction   ..............  ...............          +1,500
         of CW-
         Nanotechnol
         ogy
        Strategic     ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Materials
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Materials/
         Frequency
         Tunable
         Devices
        Boron Energy  ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Cell
         Technology
  21NUCLEAR                  295,132         294,032           -1,100
     SUSTAINMENT &
     COUNTERPROLIFER
     ATION
     TECHNOLOGIES
        Program       ..............  ...............          -1,100
         Delays/
         Execution
  26EXPLOSIVES                 8,815          19,615          +10,800
     DEMILITARIZATIO
     N TECHNOLOGY
        Thin Layered  ..............  ...............          +2,400
         Chromotopog
         raphy
        Rotary        ..............  ...............          +1,800
         Furnace
         Technology
        Hot Gas       ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Decontamina
         tion
        Explosives    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Demilitariz
         ation
         Technology
        HMX Recovery  ..............  ...............          +2,000
         from
         Demilitariz
         ed
         Energetics
        Program       ..............  ...............            -400
         Reduction
  28COMBATING                 42,243          46,743           +4,500
     TERRORISM
     TECHNOLOGY
     SUPPORT
        Blast         ..............  ...............          +4,500
         Mitigation
  32BALLISTIC                132,890         144,890          +12,000
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     TECHNOLOGY
        Transfer to   ..............  ...............         -20,000
         Arrow
         Program
        Airborne      ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Infrared
         Surveillanc
         e System
         (AIRS)
        Wideband Gap  ..............  ...............          +8,000
         Semiconduct
         or Research
        Silicon       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Thick Films
        AEOS MWIR     ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Adaptive
         Optics
        High Data     ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Rate
         Wireless
         Communicati
         ons
        Advanced RF   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Technology
         Development
        POAP          ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Technology
 32aBMD SYSTEMS       ..............         203,663         +203,663
     ENGINEERING &
     INTEGRATION
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +203,663
         element/
         Transfer In
 32bBMD PROGRAM       ..............         191,243         +191,243
     OPERATIONS
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +136,243
         element/
         Transfer In
        ESPRIT        ..............  ...............          +3,500
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Multi-
         Sensor
         Fusion
         Testbed
        PMRF          ..............  ...............         +28,000
         Upgrades
        Airborne      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Intercept
         Monitoring
        SHOTS         ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Range Data    ..............  ...............          +3,500
         Fusion
         Upgrades
        Kodiak Road   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Planning/
         Design
        Safety        ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Support/
         Deconflicti
         on (Kodiak)
  36CHEMICAL AND              69,249          72,249           +3,000
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE
     PROGRAM--ADV.
     DEV
        Biodefense    ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Statewide
         Medical
         Response
  39GENERIC                   30,373          55,373          +25,000
     LOGISTICS R&D;
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATIONS
        Ultra-Low     ..............  ...............         +20,000
         Power
         Battlefield
         Sensors
        Corrosion     ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Protection,
         Control,
         and Info.
         Distributio
         n
        Computer      ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Assisted
         Tech
         Transfer
  40STRATEGIC                 69,376          53,346          -16,030
     ENVIRONMENTAL
     RESEARCH
     PROGRAM
        Program       ..............  ...............         -16,030
         Delays/
         Execution
  42AGILE PORT        ..............          10,000          +10,000
     DEMONSTRATION
        CCDOTT        ..............  ...............         +10,000
  44ADVANCED                 177,264         194,764          +17,500
     ELECTRONICS
     TECHNOLOGIES
        Program       ..............  ...............          -2,000
         Delays/
         Execution
        Advanced      ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Lithography
        Defense       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Techlink
        Flat Panel    ..............  ...............         +13,000
         Displays/
         Intelligent
         Pixels
  45ADVANCED CONCEPT         148,917         153,917           +5,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEMONSTRATIONS
        Flexible JP-  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         8 Pilot
         Plant
  46HIGH PERFORMANCE         188,376         187,200           -1,176
     COMPUTING
     MODERNIZATION
     PROGRAM
        Program       ..............  ...............         -12,176
         Delays/
         Execution
        Operations    ..............  ...............         +11,000
         of Selected
         Supercomput
         ing Centers
  48SENSOR AND               203,095         190,095          -13,000
     GUIDANCE
     TECHNOLOGY
        Excessive     ..............  ...............         -15,000
         Growth:
         Tactical
         Targeting,
         ELA
        Large         ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Millimeter
         Telescope
  54QUICK REACTION            25,000  ...............         -25,000
     PROJECTS
        Unjustified   ..............  ...............         -25,000
         New Program
         Start
  61ADVANCED SENSOR           15,780          17,780           +2,000
     APPLICATIONS
     PROGRAM
        Program       ..............  ...............          -3,000
         Delays/
         Execution
        Remote Ocean  ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Sensing
  62CALS INITIATIVE            1,614           7,614           +6,000
        CALS          ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Demonstrati
         on/
         Validation
  63ENVIRONMENTAL             25,314          31,054           +5,740
     SECURITY
     TECHNICAL
     CERTIFICATION
     PROGRAM
        Program       ..............  ...............          -5,180
         Delays/
         Execution
        Decontaminat  ..............  ...............            +920
         ion
         Technology
         Demonstrati
         on
        ACTD/         ..............  ...............         +10,000
         Advanced
         Tactical
         Laser
  74BALLISTIC                779,584  ...............        -779,584
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     SYSTEM SEGMENT
        PE            ..............  ...............        -779,584
         Realignment/
         Transfer
         Out
 74aBMD SYSTEM BMC2   ..............          18,792          +18,792
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +18,792
         element/
         Transfer In
 74bBMD SYSTEM        ..............          10,000          +10,000
     COMMUNICATION
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +10,000
         element/
         Transfer In
 74cBMD SYSTEM        ..............          96,539          +96,539
     TARGETS AND
     COUNTERMEASURES
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +96,539
         element/
         Transfer In
 74dBMD SYSTEM TEST   ..............         220,916         +220,916
     & EVALUATION
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +220,916
         element/
         Transfer In
  75BALLISTIC                968,180  ...............        -968,180
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     TERMINAL
     DEFENSE SEGMENT
        PE            ..............  ...............        -968,180
         Realignment/
         Transfer
         Out
 75aTHEATER HIGH      ..............         672,543         +672,543
     ALTITUDE AREA
     DEFENSE (THAAD)
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +672,543
         element/
         Transfer In
 75bARROW AND         ..............         141,699         +141,699
     COOPERATIVE
     PROGRAMS
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +141,699
         element/
         Transfer In
 75cPAC-3             ..............         107,100         +107,100
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +107,100
         element/
         Transfer In
 75dMEADS             ..............          71,645          +71,645
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +71,645
         element/
         Transfer In
 75eNAVY AREA BMD     ..............         388,496         +388,496
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +388,496
         element/
         Transfer In
  76BALLISTIC              3,940,534  ...............      -3,940,534
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     MIDCOURSE
     DEFENSE SEGMENT
        PE            ..............  ...............      -3,940,534
         Realignment/
         Transfer
         Out
 76aGROUND-BASED      ..............         786,485         +786,485
     TEST BED
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +786,485
         element/
         Transfer In
 76bGROUND-BASED      ..............       2,241,240       +2,241,240
     MIDCOURSE
        New Program   ..............  ...............      +2,241,240
         element/
         Transfer In
 76cSEA-BASED         ..............         289,000         +289,000
     MIDCOURSE
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +289,000
         element/
         Transfer In
  77BALLISTIC                685,363  ...............        -685,363
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     BOOST DEFENSE
     SEGMENT
        PE            ..............  ...............        -685,363
         Realignment/
         Transfer
         Out
 77aSEA-BASED BOOST   ..............          10,000          +10,000
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +10,000
         element/
         Transfer In
 77bAIR-BASED BOOST/  ..............         355,000         +355,000
     AIRBORNE LASER
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +355,000
         element/
         Transfer In
 77cSPACE-BASED       ..............          32,000          +32,000
     BOOST
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +32,000
         element/
         Transfer In
  79BALLISTIC                495,600  ...............        -495,600
     MISSILE DEFENSE
     SENSORS
        PE            ..............  ...............        -495,600
         Realignment/
         Transfer
         Out
 79aSPACE SENSORS/    ..............         264,799         +264,799
     SBIR-L
        New Program   ..............  ...............        +264,799
         element/
         Transfer In
 79bINTERNATIONAL     ..............          50,342          +50,342
     COOPERATION
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +50,342
         element/
         Transfer In
 79cSENSORS TEST AND  ..............          10,000          +10,000
     EVALUATION
        New Program   ..............  ...............         +10,000
         element/
         Transfer In
  82COALITION                 12,943           6,123           -6,820
     WARFARE
        Excessive/    ..............  ...............          -6,820
         Unjustified
         Growth
  85CHEMICAL AND             159,943         164,943           +5,000
     BIOLOGICAL
     DEFENSE
     PROGRAM--EMD
        Laser         ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Interrogati
         on of
         Surface
         Agents
         (LISA)
  97INFORMATION                9,747           7,747           -2,000
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT--ST
     ANDARD
     PROCUREMENT
     SYSTEM (SPS)
        Program       ..............  ...............          -2,000
         Delays/
         Execution
 108GENERAL SUPPORT           21,061          28,561           +7,500
     TO C3I
        Pacific       ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Disaster
         Center
        UAV NAS       ..............  ...............          +1,500
         Integration
 112JOINT THEATER             26,865          16,865          -10,000
     AIR AND MISSILE
     DEFENSE
     ORGANIZATION
        JDEP          ..............  ...............         -10,000
         Transfer to
         BMD
 114FOREIGN                   30,907          27,907           -3,000
     COMPARATIVE
     TESTING
        Program       ..............  ...............          -3,000
         Delays/
         Execution
 119CLASSIFIED                56,653          61,653           +5,000
     PROGRAMS--C3I
        Open Source   ..............  ...............          +5,000
         Exploitatio
         n--MHPCC
 142INFORMATION              414,844         420,744           +5,900
     SYSTEMS
     SECURITY
     PROGRAM
        National      ..............  ...............          +2,400
         Information
         Assurance
         Training
        Superconduct  ..............  ...............          +1,000
         ing
         Processors
         Development
        IOTC          ..............  ...............          +2,500
 149DEFENSE IMAGERY          115,209         122,909           +7,700
     AND MAPPING
     PROGRAM
        PIPES         ..............  ...............          +7,700
 151DEFENSE JOINT              5,977          20,977          +15,000
     COUNTERINTELLIG
     ENCE PROGRAM
     (JMIP)
        JCAG and      ..............  ...............         +15,000
         ITSO
 152C3I INTELLIGENCE          10,552          12,552           +2,000
     PROGRAMS
        Joint C4ISR   ..............  ...............          +2,000
         Architectur
         e
 156MANNED                     4,556          22,556          +18,000
     RECONNAISSANCE
     SYSTEMS
        COMBAT SENT   ..............  ...............         +18,000
         Upgrades
 163INDUSTRIAL                17,544          22,044           +4,500
     PREPAREDNESS
        Unjustified   ..............  ...............          -7,500
         Growth
        Laser         ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Additive
         Manufacturi
         ng
        ERIM Defense  ..............  ...............          +6,000
         Sustainment
 167SPECIAL           ..............           7,606           +7,606
     OPERATIONS
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        Transfer      ..............  ...............          +7,606
         from PE
         1160444BB
 168SPECIAL           ..............          11,582          +11,582
     OPERATIONS
     ADVANCED
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOP- MENT
        Transfer      ..............  ...............          +7,582
         from PE
         1160444BB
        SOF Aircraft  ..............  ...............          +4,000
         Defense
         Systems
 169SPECIAL           ..............         240,887         +240,887
     OPERATIONS
     TACTICAL
     SYSTEMS
     DEVELOPMENT
        Transfer      ..............  ...............        +232,140
         from PE
         1160444BB
        PSYOPS        ..............  ...............            -550
         Advanced
         Development
        Weapon        ..............  ...............            -402
         Systems
         Advanced
         Development
        SOF           ..............  ...............            -301
         Miscellaneo
         us
         Equipment
         Advanced
         Development
        Leading EDGE  ..............  ...............          +5,000
        Miniature     ..............  ...............          +3,000
         Day/Night
         Sight
         Development
        160th SOAR    ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Modificatio
         ns
        Titanium      ..............  ...............          +1,000
         Tilting
         Helmet
         Mounts
 170SPECIAL           ..............          10,789          +10,789
     OPERATIONS
     INTELLIGENCE
     SYSTEMS
     DEVELOPMENT
        Transfer      ..............  ...............          +3,089
         from PE
         1160444BB
        SOF C4I       ..............  ...............          +2,800
         Threat
         Warning &
         Situational
         Awareness
        Joint Threat  ..............  ...............          +4,900
         Warning
         System
         (JTWS)
 171SOF MEDICAL       ..............           1,917           +1,917
     TECHNOLOGY
     DEVELOPMENT
        Transfer      ..............  ...............          +1,917
         from PE
         1160444BB
 173SOF ACQUISITION          252,334  ...............        -252,334
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Overview.--The Committee's recommendations in this 
appropriation fully support the Department of Defense's efforts 
to transform the military and counter asymmetric threats. The 
President's request for basic research, advanced concept 
technology demonstrations, chemical and biological warfare 
programs, robotics, and counter-proliferation activities all 
are fully funded. The Committee also provides increases for 
programs in areas such as composite materials research, 
nanotechnology, and explosives demilitarization.
    Bio-informatics research.--An increase of $5,000,000 is 
recommended for the Department's Chemical and Biological 
Defense program to conduct bio-informatics research. These 
funds should be used to facilitate post-genomic and proteomic 
studies of medical issues related to bioterrorism.
    Thin layered chromotopography.--The Committee recommends an 
increase of $2,400,000 for chromotopography research under the 
heading ``Explosives Demilitarization Technology''. A portion 
of this increase--$400,000--should be made available for bio-
terrorism training.
    Wafer-Scale planarization technology.--Though multiple 
technologies to improve silicon and gallium arsenide microchips 
are being developed, concerns have been raised that 
insufficient attention is being paid to improving the 
associated planarization technologies. Therefore, the Committee 
recommends that, of the amounts provided for ``Ballistic 
Missile Defense Technology'' in this account, $3,000,000 shall 
be made available only for developing ultra-flat planarization 
technology.
    Flexible JP-8 Pilot Plant.--The Committee believes that the 
Flexible JP-8 pilot plant program technology can provide the 
U.S. military with an environmentally acceptable, single 
battlefield fuel produced within a military theater of 
operations. This program has the potential of greatly reducing 
the logistics support tail required for our deployed forces. 
Thus, the recommendations provide an additional $5,000,000 for 
a Flexible JP-8 pilot plant demonstration program.
    Advanced concept technology demonstrations (ACTD).--Though 
the Committee fully supports this program, it is concerned that 
procedural complexities impede proper execution of the program, 
resulting in a significant backlog of prior year funds. The 
Department of Defense should re-examine the methods by which 
ACTDs are selected in order to ensure timely execution of the 
demonstrations. Otherwise, the goals for which the program was 
designed to achieve will not have been fully met. In addition, 
the Committee deletes funding requested for so-called ``quick 
reaction projects'', a reduction of $25,000,000. This request 
duplicates funding for the ACTD program.
    Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD).--The Committee recommends 
funding for ballistic missile defense programs in this and the 
Missile Procurement, Army appropriation totaling 
$6,994,295,000, a reduction of $1,288,000,000 from the request, 
which is consistent with the aggregate level approved in the 
Senate version of the fiscal year 2002 National Defense 
Authorization bill. In addition, a general provision, section 
8111, provides $1,300,000,000 for missile defense and/or 
counter-terrorism programs, also consistent with the fiscal 
year 2002 National Defense Authorization bill. To enhance 
congressional oversight of these programs, a more detailed 
program element structure has been established, to which all 
standard reprogramming procedures shall apply. The revised 
program element structure includes the transfer of the PAC-3, 
MEADS, and Navy Area BMD research and development programs into 
this appropriation.
    Of the amount approved by the Committee for Ground-based 
Midcourse BMD programs, $15,000,000 shall be made available 
only for the Advanced Research Center to enhance computing and 
testbed facilities in support of missile defense. Also out of 
the amount appropriated for Ground-based Midcourse BMD 
programs, $4,000,000 shall be made available only for the Kauai 
Test Facility.
    Computing systems and embedded software development.--The 
Committee recommends reductions totaling $37,400,000 to this 
group of programs because of apparent duplication within 
various DARPA activities. The Committee intends to work with 
the agency to clarify the purposes and goals of its myriad 
computing and software develop programs.
    Financial management.--The Committee approves the 
Department of Defense's request of $100,000,000 to modernize 
its financial management systems and accounting functions. The 
Committee, however, cautions the Department against any 
extensive purchase of consultant services with these funds. The 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide to the 
Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate details of 
the obligation, expenditure, and planned future uses of these 
funds in conjunction with the submission of the fiscal year 
2003 Defense budget request.
    Predator/Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle.--Of the amount 
provided to DARPA under the heading ``Land Warfare Technology'' 
in this account, a minimum of $3,000,000 shall be made 
available for the Perceptor and Unmanned Ground Combat Vehicle 
programs.
    HELLAS.--Of the amount provided under the heading ``Foreign 
Comparative Testing'' in this account, not less than $8,500,000 
shall be made available for the HELLAS laser obstacle detection 
and warning system to be used by special operations forces.
    UAV NAS integration.--The Committee recommends $1,500,000 
for the development of a single set of standards for operating 
UAV's in the National Airspace System, allowing military UAVs 
to deploy more quickly to national and international 
contingencies.
    Superconducting processors development.--The Committee 
recommends additional funding of $5,000,000 for the National 
Security Agency to develop superconducting processors for high-
speed supercomputing and enhanced decryption needs.
    COMBAT SENT.--The Committee recommends an additional 
$18,000,000 for upgrades and improvements for the COMBAT SENT 
aircraft as follows; $4,500,000 for the Passive Airborne 
Ranging project, $8,000,000 for ultra-wideband prototype 
collection sensor project and $5,500,000 for the wideband 
mission planning & pre-processing software project.
    Laser Additive Manufacturing.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $6,000,000 under the heading ``Industrial 
Preparedness'' in this account to launch the Laser Additive 
Manufacturing initiative. The goal of this initiative is to 
investigate development of a rapid aerospace manufacturing 
plant that produces high performance military and commercial 
components via laser additive manufacturing.
    Special Operations Force Acquisition.--The Committee 
directs a transfer of $252,334,000 out of Program Element 
1160444BB and redistributes these funds among the multiple 
program elements (PE) that contained these funds in fiscal year 
2001. The Special Operations Command has continued to 
demonstrate a lack of budgetary detail focus and has 
consistently failed to provide sufficient justification on 
individual programs in a timely and complete format when 
requested. The Committee observes that any movement towards a 
compilation of programs into a single PE which provides even 
less detail than the current budget exhibits is unacceptable. 
Therefore, the Committee directs USSOCOM to reverse this 
amalgamation of PEs and further directs that no future 
consolidation of programs be attempted in any account without 
the express prior approval of the oversight committees.
    Boron energy cell technology.--The Committee directs the 
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to make 
available $3,000,000 to investigate the use of Boron Energy 
Cell technology that uses radiation hardened semiconductor 
materials and radioactive isotope energy sources to support 
advanced DOD technology applications in long duration power 
generation and self-powered electronics. DARPA will also 
coordinate technology development with other agencies to 
exploit potential applications in micro-electro-mechanical-
systems (MEMS) and nano-systems sensor and communication 
platforms that offer great potential in the war against 
terrorism and other 21st century military challenges.
    Information Systems Engineering.--The Committee strongly 
urges DARPA to focus a research and development effort on 
Information Systems Engineering (ISE) capabilities. The 
research effort should use the expertise of ICICX and others to 
develop methods for quantitative specification, analysis, and 
design of complete information systems able to adapt to 
changing missions and technology threats such as the Next 
Generation Information Environment. Such targeted research is 
critical to enable the engineering of large-scale information 
systems and for the Defense Department's transformation to 
network-centric operations. The Committee expects the Defense 
Information Systems Agency (DISA) to participate in the ISE 
research and development process with DARPA. The Committee 
directs DARPA to provide a full report on its plans to 
implement this research with the submission of the fiscal year 
2003 budget request.
    Space-based CEC.--Of the amount provided for the Ballistic 
Missile Defense System T&E; Segment, $15,000,000 is available 
only for at-sea CEC satellite relay testing and a leave-behind 
AAW capability, demonstration of THAAD engage-on-remote using 
CEC satellite relay, and demonstration of direct downlink of 
SBIRS sensor data on the CEC fire control network.
    Arrow test bed.--Of the amount provided for the Ballistic 
Missile Defense Terminal Defense Segment, $4,000,000 is 
provided only for the continued development and experiments on 
the Israel Test Bed and for system architecture and integration 
with the Arrow Weapon System.
    Advanced lithography.--The Committee has included an 
additional $5,000,000 only for x-ray mask research to support 
x-ray lithography efforts to build high performance 
semiconductor processors that will be used in advanced missile 
seekers, digital battlefield systems, electronic warfare 
arrays, and radar modules.
    Miniaturized Wireless Systems.--The Committee is aware that 
recent advances in 3-dimensional microelectronics integration 
and miniaturization, and transceiver performance can 
dramatically reduce the size, weight, power consumption, and 
cost of advanced military wireless communications systems. With 
a relatively modest development effort it is now possible to 
improve performance and to move such systems to much smaller 
air- and space-borne platforms and even to make them human-
portable. Such footprint reduction should also open up new 
capabilities and opportunities for covert military and 
intelligence operations, especially HUMINT. Accordingly, the 
Committee directs the Department to initiate such a program 
with the Defense Microelectronics Activity in 2002 and include 
it in its fiscal year 2003 budget submission after consultation 
with the Committee.
    Bio-adhesion.--Of the amounts provided for the Department's 
Chemical and Biological Defense program, $4,000,000 shall be 
made available for bio-adhesion research.
    Historical Black College research.--The Committee includes 
$4,500,000 for the Army Logistics Integration Agency to fund a 
partnership between business and a Historical Black College to 
research and develop advanced digital technical manual 
processes, storage and design and educate students in the 
career field. The Committee recognizes an outstanding 
requirement for easy access to digital information for 
maintenance, operations and training of advanced military 
weapon systems.

                Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $227,060,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     217,355,000
Committee recommendation................................     216,855,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $216,855,000. 
This is $500,000 below the budget estimate.

                     COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED PROGRAM

    The following table summarizes the budget estimate for this 
appropriation, the Committee recommendation, and the Committee 
recommended adjustments to the budget estimate:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Change from
                              Item                                  2002 budget      Committee        budget
                                                                     estimate     recommendation     estimate
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT:
    1 TEST, EVALUATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY...................          16,000           3,000         -13,000
RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT:
    2 CENTRAL TEST AND EVALUATION INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENT  (CT...         113,642         127,142         +13,500
    3 OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION...........................          17,379          17,379  ..............
    4 LIVE FIRE TESTING.........................................           9,887           9,887  ..............
    5 DEVELOPMENT TEST AND EVALUATION...........................          59,447          59,447  ..............
    6 IMPLEMENTING DSB RECOMMENDATIONS..........................           1,000  ..............          -1,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      TOTAL, RDT&E; MANAGEMENT SUPPORT...........................         201,355         213,855         +12,500
                                                                 ===============================================
      TOTAL, OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVAL, DEFENSE.................         217,355         216,855            -500
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED ADJUSTMENTS

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          2002 budget      Committee       Change from
Line        Item           estimate      recommendation  budget estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   1TEST, EVALUATION          16,000           3,000          -13,000
     SCIENCE AND
     TECHNOLOGY
   2CENTRAL TEST AND         113,642         127,142          +13,500
     EVALUATION
     INVESTMENT
     DEVELOPMENT
     (CTEIP)
        Roadway       ..............  ...............         +13,500
         Simulator
   6IMPLEMENTING DSB           1,000  ...............          -1,000
     RECOMMENDATIONS
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Test, Evaluation, Science and Technology.--The President's 
budget requests $16,000,000 to institute a new program whose 
mission will be to exploit new technologies to meet testing and 
evaluation mission support requirements. However, the budget 
request only provides $3,000,000 in offsets for the program, 
requesting the additional funds from the Congress. The 
Committee holds that if the Department is committed to the new 
start program, which seems duplicative to the extant Central 
Test and Evaluation Investment Program (CTEIP), it should 
identify the full amount of requested from within existing 
resources.

                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     defense working capital funds

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $916,276,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,951,986,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,826,986,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,826,986,000. This is $125,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    During fiscal year 2001, rather than requiring the Air 
Force to reprogram funds or establish a quarterly surcharge to 
recover losses, the Department elected to transfer $125,000,000 
to the Air Force Working Capital Fund. The Committee supports 
the Department's existing policies for recovering cash to 
replenish depot losses, and cannot support the reimbursement of 
the transfer.

                     national defense sealift fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $400,658,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     506,408,000
Committee recommendation................................     407,408,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $407,408,000. 
This is $99,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                                TITLE VI

               OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS

                         Defense Health Program

Appropriations, 2001.................................... $12,117,779,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................  17,898,969,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,376,404,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$18,376,404,000. This is $477,485,000 above the budget 
estimate.

                                OVERVIEW

    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2002 budget 
request represents an unprecedented increase in resources for 
the Defense Health Program. The fiscal year 2002 DHP budget 
request is more than $6,300,000,000, or 54 percent, higher than 
the fiscal year 2001 request. While much of this increase is to 
fund the recently enacted ``Tricare for Life'' benefit for 
military retirees, it still represents a serious and welcome 
effort by the Department of Defense to more accurately state 
the fiscal requirements of the Military Health System, and then 
to fully fund those requirements.
    In each of the past 2 years, the Congress has appropriated 
more than $1,500,000,000 to the DHP in supplemental funding. 
With a budget request that more realistically funds the DHP, 
supplemental appropriations in the year of execution should be 
unnecessary.
    The Committee commends the Department of Defense for 
providing a fiscal year 2002 budget estimate that provides a 
more accurate, realistic assessment of the resources required 
to operate the Military Health System.

                 MILITARY MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES

    The Committee is very concerned that the Department of 
Defense has, over time and through a series of decisions on 
both force structure and base structure, reduced the number and 
capacity of military medical treatment facilities (MTFs) below 
a level that is operationally sound or fiscally prudent.
    The primary mission of the Military Health System is to 
provide the unquestioned ability to meet the wartime needs of 
the Unified Combatant Commanders. To carry out this mission, 
the Department of Defense needs a robust and complete network 
of military MTFs, both stateside and overseas, that is fully 
sized, staffed and resourced to meet the surge capacity 
required in any wartime scenario. With the start of Operation 
Enduring Freedom, and a re-energized focus on homeland defense, 
the Committee is concerned that the Nation does not have enough 
military MTF capacity to respond to these challenging 
requirements.
    The secondary mission of the Military Health System is to 
provide peacetime health care to eligible beneficiaries. With 
the start of ``Tricare for Life'' on October 1, 2001 the 
meaning and scope of this peacetime mission has changed 
dramatically. The cost implications of this new benefit are 
only beginning to be known, and will certainly add upward 
pressure to the already spiraling costs of health care 
experienced by DOD. With these changes, the Committee is 
convinced that DOD may be able to reduce the growth in health 
care costs by providing a greater share of medical care in 
military MTFs, rather than purchasing the care from outside 
networks.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a 
comprehensive report on this subject to the congressional 
defense committees no later than March 1, 2002. This report 
should respond fully to the Committee's concerns, evaluate the 
possibility of re-opening MTFs that were closed during BRAC, 
and include a detailed plan to increase the number, capacity 
and capability of military MTFs.

                   committee recommended adjustments

Operation and maintenance

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Balkans operations (transfer from OCOTF)......................  +29,035 
Hawaii Federal Health Care Network............................  +18,000 
Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project........................  +10,000 
Automated Clinical Practice Guidelines........................   +7,500 
Tri-Service Nursing Research Program..........................   +6,000 
Pacific Island Health Care Referral Program...................   +5,000 
Digitial Access and Analysis of Historic Records at AFIP......   +4,000 
Defense and Veterans Head Injury Program......................   +3,000 
Alaska Federal Health Care Network............................   +2,500 
Graduate School of Nursing....................................   +2,300 
Operation Ranch Hand/Agent Orange Study.......................   +1,100 
Brown Tree Snakes.............................................   +1,000 
Health Study at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant................   +1,000 
Hepatitis B Vaccination for All New Recruits.................. (+12,000)
Keesler Medical Center Real Property Maintenance.............. (+10,000)
Bethesda Naval Hospital Real Property Maintenance.............  (+9,000)
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences..........  (+6,300)
Health Care Simulation Models.................................  (+6,000)
Vaccine Facility Project--USTA/Brooks.........................  (+1,500)
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................  +90,435 

    Hawaii Federal Health Care Network.--The Committee 
recommends $18,000,000 for the Hawaii Federal Health Care 
Network. As part of that program, the Committee strongly 
supports an interactive computer system capable of sharing 
medical data between Tripler Army Medical Center and the Spark 
M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center. Because this would improve 
patient care and reduce administrative expenses, the Committee 
encourages DOD and DVA to prepare plans for using a computer 
system that links the pharmacy, radiology, and laboratory 
services of the two medical centers.
    Real Property Maintenance.--The Committee directs that of 
the funds available, $10,000,000 shall be available for real 
property maintenance at Keesler Medical Center, and $9,000,000 
at Bethesda Naval Hospital. Funding for these Committee 
priorities shall be in addition to the real property 
maintenance levels for these activities as identified in the 
request.
    Clinical Coupler Demonstration Project.--The Committee 
supports innovative technology that improves patient outcomes, 
and encourages the Department to incorporate clinical coupler 
medical software into the second phase of the Composite Health 
Care System (CHCS II). The Committee recommends $10,000,000 to 
conclude this demonstration project, and directs DOD to provide 
a progress report no later than June 1, 2002.
    Tri-Service Nursing Research Program.--The Committee 
recommends $6,000,000 for the Tri-Service Nursing Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
fully fund this program in the Department's fiscal year 2003 
budget request.
    Health Study at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant.--The 
Committee is aware that the Department of Energy (DOE) has 
funded health surveys and testing of the former DOE nuclear 
weapons workers at the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant. However, the 
Committee is concerned that Army employees at the plant who 
were exposed to similar dangers are not receiving the same 
consideration. The Committee recommends $1,000,000 for a health 
study of current and former DOD workers at the Iowa Army 
Ammunition Plant, to be completed in conjunction with the 
ongoing study being conducted for the DOE.
    Hepatitis B Vaccinations for all New Recruits.--The 
Committee understands military personnel are at increased risk 
for the serious bloodborne disease, hepatitis B, and that 
immunization against this disease has been shown to be cost 
effective. The Committee is disappointed that the Armed Forces 
Epidemiological Board's recommendation to vaccinate all 
military personnel against hepatitis B has not been carried 
out. From within funds provided, the Committee directs DOD to 
immunize all new recruits against hepatitis B.

Research, development, test and evaluation

    The following table details the adjustments recommended by 
the Committee:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Breast Cancer Research Program................................  +175,000
Prostate Cancer Research Program..............................  +100,000
Ovarian Cancer Research Program...............................   +12,000
National Prion Research Project...............................   +50,000
Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program........................   +50,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________

      Total adjustments.......................................  +387,000

    National Prion Research Project.--Bovine Spongiform 
Encephalopathy (BSE), more commonly called ``mad cow disease,'' 
is a progressive, degenerative and fatal neurological disease 
of cattle. BSE is a new disease that was recognized and 
described for the first time in the United Kingdom in 1986. BSE 
has been reported in other European countries, but never within 
the United States.
    In 1996, the consumption of meat products from cattle 
infected with BSE was implicated as a potential risk factor in 
the development of a newly recognized, fatal human neurological 
disease called variant Creutzfelt-Jakob Disease (vCJD). vCJD is 
a slow, degenerative disease of the central nervous system. The 
incubation period of vCJD is unknown, but is estimated to be 10 
to 20 years, and there is currently no test to confirm the 
presence of the disease. A total of 107 cases of vCJD in humans 
have been confirmed worldwide, 102 of them in the UK, and no 
cases have been reported within the United States.
    There is strong epidemiological and laboratory evidence 
suggesting that the same infectious agent causes both vCJD and 
BSE. While the exact nature of the infectious agent is unknown, 
the most accepted current theory is that the agent is a 
modified form of a normal cell protein known as a prion. 
Researchers think that contact between the prion and normal 
proteins in the brain causes the normal protein to change its 
shape and stop working. A prion is not a bacterium, parasite, 
or virus, and thus medicines used for treating or preventing 
bacterial or viral infections are not effective against prions.
    Because of the considerable scientific uncertainly 
surrounding vCJD, drastic steps have been taken to stop the 
distribution of beef from countries with BSE, and significant 
restrictions have been imposed to ensure the continued safety 
of the Nation's blood supply. However, without a reliable test, 
it is impossible to determine if the disease has been 
transmitted to the United States. Further, members of the Armed 
Forces of the United States are stationed in Europe and 
elsewhere in the world where prion disease exists, and there is 
currently no way to assure complete protection for them from 
exposure to prion disease.
    It is the Committee's view that prion disease represents a 
significant threat to our population if immediate action is not 
taken to develop a reliable test for prion disease for humans 
and animals. Therefore, the Committee establishes a National 
Prion Research Project and recommends an appropriation of 
$50,000,000 to initiate the first phase of this Project. The 
priority goal of the Project's first phase is to rapidly 
develop a diagnostic test to detect the presence of prion 
disease.
    These funds are to be administered by the U.S. Army Medical 
Research and Material Command (USAMRMC). USAMRMC will use 
existing successful models for peer-reviewed medical research 
programs, leverage worldwide scientific expertise in prion 
research, and coordinate with other Federal agencies to develop 
complementary, and not duplicative, programs of research.
    Further, the Committee urges the President to appoint a 
multi-agency, secretarial level Task Force to include the 
Departments of Health and Human Services, Agriculture, Defense, 
Commerce, and Energy. This Task Force should develop and submit 
to the Congress by May 1, 2002 a set of comprehensive 
recommendations for the longer-term activities and objectives 
of the National Prion Research Project.
    Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program.--The Committee has 
provided $50,000,000 for a Peer Reviewed Medical Research 
Program. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in 
conjunction with the service Surgeons General, to establish a 
process to select medical research projects of clear scientific 
merit and direct relevance to military health.
    Such projects could include: AIDS/HIV research; alcoholism 
research; blood related cancer research; a complex rAD-Vector 
vaccine for MGBV; chemo-preventive approaches to smoking 
related illnesses; childhood asthma; chiropractic care; closed 
loop frozen blood processing systems; Dengue Fever vaccine; 
high risk infectious diseases; Life Support for Trauma and 
Transport (LSTAT); low vision research; medical error 
reduction; medical free electron lasers; medications for fungal 
and bacterial infections; metabolically engineered tissues for 
trauma care; military nutrition research; a National Functional 
Genomics Program; a National Tissue Engineering Center; 
neurofibromatosis; neurotoxin exposure; osteoporosis and 
related bone disease research; Padget's disease; 
polynitroxylated hemoglobin; pre-clinical and clinical 
activities of the Novonex/Ex-Rad drugs; radiation protection; 
real-time heart rate variability; self test methods of 
screening for cervical cancer; smoking cessation; social work 
research; the Counter Narcotics Tactical Operations Medical 
Support Program (CONTOMS); virtual retinal display scanning 
technology; and Volume Angio CAT (VAC) research.
    The Committee directs the Department to provide a report by 
March 1, 2002, on the status of this Peer Reviewed Medical 
Research Program.

                      ADDITIONAL ITEMS OF INTEREST

    Post-Doctoral Education.--The Committee directs the 
Department to increase and consolidate post-doctoral education 
for psychologists in those military medical centers with 
independent departments of psychology.
    Childhood Asthma and Disease Management.--The Committee is 
concerned with limited progress in treating childhood asthma, a 
potentially devastating disease that leads to high utilization 
of medical resources. The Committee urges Tripler Army Medical 
Center's continued research on childhood asthma and encourages 
the expanded use of disease management protocols using 
automated patient record technology.
    DVA and Tripler Telehealth Programs.--The Committee urges 
further efforts to consolidate and coordinate the DVA and 
Tripler Telehealth Programs to ensure Federal telehealth 
resources are efficiently used.
    Graduate Professional Education.--The Committee continues 
to support the equitable distribution of DOD funds for graduate 
professional education to all health professions, including 
nursing.
    DOD/DVA Distance Learning Pilot Project.--The Committee is 
pleased with the success of the DOD/DVA distance learning pilot 
project for nurses transitioning to nurse practitioners and 
recommends its continuation.
    Behavioral Research.--The Committee continues to support 
research on individual and group performance, leadership, 
communication, human-machine interfaces, and decision-making.
    Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists.--The Committee 
continues to support the current scope of practice of military 
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). The Committee 
is aware that DOD and service instructions allow CRNAs to be 
privileged as licensed independent providers of anesthesia 
care. The Committee is also aware that ``independent'' means 
the CRNAs are legally responsible for care they render and does 
not imply unlimited scope of practice or a lack of professional 
oversight.
    Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing.--The Committee encourages 
the Department of Defense to continue collaborating with 
schools of pharmacy and nursing in their efforts to improve 
patient safety and reduce medical errors. The Committee urges 
DOD to explore all available resources to improve patient 
teaching regarding medication usage, side-effects, and 
treatment plans.
    Technology Sharing.--The Committee encourages Tripler Army 
Medical Center to plan for future sharing of technology and 
information with appropriate public and private sector 
organizations.
    Health Professions Loan Repayment Program.--The Committee 
urges the Department to fully fund the Health Professions Loan 
Repayment Program that was authorized in 1998 as an accession 
and retention tool to compliment the Health Professions 
Scholarship Program.
    Tobacco Use Cessation.--The Committee is aware that tobacco 
use costs DOD millions of dollars every year in medical costs 
and lost productivity. While DOD has established ambitious 
goals to decrease tobacco use, it has not provided adequate 
resources to meet these goals. The Committee is disappointed 
that DOD has not yet incorporated smoking cessation programs in 
TRICARE Prime benefits, and has not aggressively pursued 
suggested pilot programs. The Committee urges the Department to 
expedite the availability of tobacco use prevention and 
cessation programs to all DOD personnel.
    Chiropractic Care.--The Committee supports the provision of 
chiropractic care at designated military treatment facilities, 
and expects expansion of this service as appropriate.
    Pediatric-EMS.--The Committee is impressed with the 
potential of virtual training modules and is aware of the 
accomplishments of USUHS in this area.
    Integrated Pharmacy Programs.--The Committee urges the DOD 
and DVA to expeditiously implement an seamless, integrated 
pharmacy program between Tripler Army Medical Center and the 
Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center. Similar cost-effective 
collaborations are also encouraged.
    DOD HIV Research Program.--The Committee urges increased 
funding for the DOD HIV research program to develop HIV 
vaccines that are effective against the non-B virus subtypes 
found outside the United States and Europe. The Committee 
recognizes that DOD occupies a unique role in the Nation's HIV/
AIDS research effort, and that the development of effective 
vaccines for non-B virus subtypes is critical to the health and 
safety of U.S. military personnel deployed abroad.
    HIV/AIDS testing.--The Committee is aware that DOD spends 
significant amounts of money screening recruits and active duty 
service members for HIV/AIDS. The development of an oral fluids 
test, certified by the Food and Drug Administration for 
accuracy, may significantly reduce screening costs and 
eliminate the risk of accidental exposure for medical 
personnel. The Committee encourages DOD to explore the cost-
saving benefits of oral fluid testing for HIV/AIDS.
    Digital Human.--The Committee understands that the National 
Institutes of Health has been asked to take the lead on 
simulation research related to the development of a digital 
human. The Committee urges the DOD and the Defense Advanced 
Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to coordinate efforts in this 
area with the National Institutes of Health.
    Advanced Technologies in the Operating Suite.--The 
Committee is aware of the potential of an applied technology 
test bed to evaluate advanced technologies in operating suites. 
This state-of-the-art operating facility would provide enabling 
technologies in information systems, patient safety, 
ergonomics, anesthesia, nurse and surgeon efficiency, and 
provide training in the use of these innovative technologies. 
The Committee directs the Army's Medical Research and Material 
Command (MRMC) to evaluate this advanced technology, provide a 
report to the Committee by March 1, 2002 and, if the project 
has considerable merit, include funding for it in future budget 
estimates.

            Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Army

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $980,100,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................   1,153,557,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,104,557,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$1,104,557,000. This is $49,000,000 below the budget estimate.
    The Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program provides resources 
to develop and test monitoring and disposal technology; equip, 
operate, and maintain disposal facilities; provide 
transportation of chemical agents and munitions onsite for 
disposal; dispose of all chemical agent destruction waste 
products; and decontaminate and dismantle all disposal 
equipment at the conclusion of toxic operations. The reduction 
is for advisory assistance, contract services, and program 
delays.

             Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization

    During April 2001, the Committee held hearings to review 
the budget request and schedule for the Chemical 
Demilitarization Program. Although an internal Army study 
completed in October 2000 (the fiscal year 2000 Operations 
Schedule Task Force assessment) had concluded that the planning 
factors used to determine cost and rates of destruction for 
chemical weapons were significantly understated, the Program 
Manager for Chemical Demilitarization and the then acting 
Secretary of the Army, testified that the United States 
stockpile would be destroyed not later then 2007. While this 
testimony creates the impression that the Army withheld 
information from the Senate, equally troubling to the Committee 
is that local community groups at stockpile locations and 
concerned citizens were provided misleading information as 
recently as August.
    The Committee commends the Under Secretary of Defense for 
Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (USD AT&L;) for convening 
a Defense Acquisition Board to review the Chemical 
Demilitarization Program. Unfortunately, the schedule developed 
by the Secretary's Cost Analysis Improvement Group reveals that 
the Army's fiscal year 2000 Operations Schedule Task Force may 
have been overly optimistic.
    No later then January 15, 2002, the Under Secretary of 
Defense (AT&L;) shall provide the Committee a status report of 
the Chemical Demilitarization Program. The Committee has 
deliberately reduced the reporting requirements imposed upon 
the Department in the bill. Nevertheless, the Chemical 
Demilitarization Program merits additional oversight. The 
report shall detail the latest schedule and cost estimate for 
completion of the program, an evaluation of the Army's 
incentive implementation plan, and an evaluation of the 
contract and advisory services costs attributable to the 
program. In addition the Office of the Secretary of Defense 
shall report no later then 7 days after the completion of each 
fiscal quarter the Army's progress in maintaining the schedule 
and cost estimate outlined in the above report.
    In addition, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense, as part of the fiscal year 2003 budget request, to 
report to the Committee a plan for restructuring the 
Demilitarization Program. This report shall include the 
following: a proposal for the restructuring of the 
Demilitarization Program that will provide for increased 
efficiency of resources and operations; proposals to 
restructure the Demilitarization Program at the execution 
(PMCD) level and above; details of how the recommendations 
contained in the plan will increase oversight at the Program 
execution level; and, details of how the implementation of the 
restructuring recommendations will ensure a higher level of 
Program accountability to citizens and the Congress.
    Further, the Committee is aware of a proposal to create a 
new incentive program in an attempt to improve efficiencies 
within PMCD. While the Committee recognizes the need for 
dramatic change within PMCD, it is not convinced that a revised 
incentive program is the proper course of action. Therefore the 
Committee directs that no new incentive program be implemented 
until it has been approved by the Committee. None of the funds 
from this act may be used to pay bonuses or incentives to 
employees of PMCD prior to Congressional approval of the 
incentive program.

                 Anniston Chemical Destruction Facility

    The Committee's concerns extend to the management of the 
Chemical Demilitarization Program (CDP) and the Chemical 
Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP). Of particular 
interest to the Committee is the concerns of State and local 
officials regarding administration of these programs. State and 
local officials in Alabama continue to work with the Army and 
FEMA to reach agreement on emergency preparedness measures.
    None of the funds contained in the bill or previous 
Appropriations acts shall be used to commence destruction 
operations or any associated phase of operations at the 
Anniston Chemical Destruction Facility (ANCDF) until such time 
as the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology 
and Logistics, reports to the congressional defense Committees 
verifying that the safety concerns outlined below have been 
addressed and resolved to the majority agreement of the Under 
Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, 
the Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), 
the Governor of the State of Alabama and the Chairman of the 
Calhoun County Commission that the statutory requirement of 
``maximum protection'' has been met for the communities 
surrounding ANCDF.
    This report shall address the following safety concerns and 
shall be signed by each of the aforementioned officials 
signifying concurrence or dissent prior to submission to the 
Committees of jurisdiction: (a) Completion and evaluation of an 
updated toxicity standards study for each chemical agent stored 
at ANCDF; (b) Single automated information system development, 
procurement and installation; (c) 24-hour Emergency Operation 
Center (EOC) staffing; (d) emergency notification of ``pink'' 
emergency zone populations; (e) procurement, installation and 
systemization of emergency sirens; (f) procurement, 
installation and systemization of tone alert radios; (g) 
development and implementation of special needs population 
protection plans; (h) Collective Protection of facilities; (i) 
Medical Response; (j) protective action strategies to include 
the use of protective hoods, enhanced sheltering and 
evacuation; (k) the updating and automation of the Alabama 
Protective Action Recommendation (PAR) Guidebook; (l) Public 
information and education campaign; (m) Emergency planning 
support; (n) and, procurement of emergency response equipment 
for the Calhoun County Emergency Management Agency (CCEMA).
    Emergency Preparedness.--The Committee directs that from 
within funds available to the Program manager for Chemical 
Demilitarization, $1,000,000 shall be available for a study of 
the requirements for Defense access roads at Chemcial 
Demilitarization sites.
    MAS Development.--The Committee recommends an increase of 
$1,000,0000 in Research and Development above the request for 
MAS Development, Installation, Testing, Operations and upgrades 
at INEEL.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $869,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     820,381,000
Committee recommendation................................     865,981,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $865,981,000. 
This is $45,600,000 above the budget estimate.

                    SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE ADJUSTMENTS

                        [In thousands of dollars]

National Guard counterdrug support............................ (+40,000)
Army Air National Guard OH-58 EO/IR sensors...................   +5,000 
Mississippi National Guard counterdrug program................   +2,600 
WV Air National Guard counterdrug program.....................   +3,500 
National Guard Counterdrug Center, Hammer.....................   +7,500 
Marijuana eradication.........................................   +6,000 
P-3 counterdrug thermal imaging systems.......................   +4,000 
Northeast Regional Counterdrug Training Academy...............   +5,000 
Regional Counterdrug Training Academy Meridian, MS............   +2,000 
Pulsed Fast Neutron Analysis Demonstration....................  +10,000 

    National Guard activities.--The Committee recognizes the 
valuable contribution made by National Guard units to the 
counterdrug effort and has repeatedly directed the Department 
of Defense to include adequate additional funding to support 
these efforts in future budget submissions. Since this guidance 
has continued to go unheeded, the Committee directs that an 
additional $40,000,000 within funds available in the ``Drug 
Interdiction and Counterdrug Activities, Defense'' 
appropriation, shall be used only for National Guard 
counterdrug funding requirements.
    Marijuana eradication.--The Committee recommends an 
additional $6,000,000 for the conduct of marijuana eradication. 
These funds are to be used to address eradication shortfalls in 
the two States having the highest rate of outdoor cannabis 
cultivation as set forth in the 1996 report prepared by DEA's 
Strategic Detection Unit of the domestic intelligence section.
    Pulsed Fast Neutron Analysis (PFNA) Demonstration.--The 
Committee has included $10,000,000 to fund the operational 
field testing of a Pulsed Fast Neutron Analysis (PFNA) NII 
system at the Yselta border crossing in El Paso, Texas. The 
technology, developed through years of support through various 
government agencies, is designed to provide non-invasive, non-
harmful detection of illegal substances including narcotics, 
explosives, currency, nuclear devices, and chemical weapons, 
regardless of the shape or density of the subject material. The 
Committee directs the Department of Defense to work with the 
United States Customs Service to complete this test by July 31, 
2002, and jointly report the results to the defense oversight 
committees within 30 days of completion of the test.

                    Office of the Inspector General

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $147,545,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     152,021,000
Committee recommendation................................     152,021,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $152,021,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

   Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System Fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $216,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     212,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     212,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $212,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

               Intelligence Community Management Account

Appropriations, 2001....................................    $148,631,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................     152,776,000
Committee recommendation................................     144,776,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $144,776,000. 
This is $8,000,000 below the budget estimate.

Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance, Remediation, and Environmental 
                            Restoration Fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................     $60,000,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................      25,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      75,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $75,000,000. 
This is $50,000,000 above the budget estimate.

                 National Security Education Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2001....................................      $6,950,000
Budget estimate, 2002...................................       8,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,000,000. 
This is equal to the budget estimate.

                               TITLE VIII

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The following lists general provisions proposed by the 
Committee. The Committee recommends inclusion of several 
proposals which have been incorporated in previous 
appropriations acts, provisions requested for inclusion by the 
Defense Department, and new provisions. The Committee 
recommendations are as follows:
    Sec. 8001. Publicity/propaganda limitation.--Retains 
provision which is carried annually in the DOD Appropriations 
Act prohibiting the use of funds for publicity or propaganda 
purposes not authorized by Congress.
    Sec. 8002. Compensation/employ of foreign nationals.--
Retains provision which is carried annually in DOD 
appropriations acts which limits salary increases for direct 
and indirect hire foreign nationals.
    Sec. 8003. Obligation rate of appropriations.--Retains an 
annual provision limiting obligation of appropriations for only 
1 year unless otherwise expressly provided.
    Sec. 8004. Obligations in last 2 months of fiscal year.--
Retains provision from previous years which controls end-of-
year spending.
    Sec. 8005. Transfers.--Retains and modifies an annual 
provision which provides transfer authority of $1,500,000,000.
    Sec. 8006. Working capital fund cash disbursements.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8007. Special access programs notification.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8008. Multiyear procurement authority.--The Committee 
recommends providing multiyear for several programs as noted in 
the section.
    Sec. 8009. Humanitarian and civic assistance.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8010. Civilian personnel ceilings.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8011. Overseas civilian work-years.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8012. Lobbying.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8013. Educational benefits and bonuses.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8014. Organizational analysis/contracting out.--
Retains a provision that concerns the conversion of certain 
Government activities and functions to performance by private 
contractors.
    Sec. 8015. Mentor-Protege Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8016. Anchor chains.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8017. CHAMPUS/TRICARE mental health benefits.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8018. POW/MIA family travel.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8019. Residual value negotiations.--Retains and 
modifies a provision requested by the administration and 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8020. Demilitarization of surplus firearms.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8021. Relocations into the NCR.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8022. Indian Financing Act incentives.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8023. Military leave for members of the Reserve 
component.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8024. A76 studies.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8025. American Forces Information Service.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8026. Wage rate--civilian health.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8027. B-52's.--Retains and modifies a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8028. Workshops for the blind and handicapped.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8029. CHAMPUS/TRICARE coordination of benefits.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8030. Burdensharing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8031. Civil Air Patrol.--Retains and modifies a 
provision and modifies amounts appropriated for the Civil Air 
Patrol.
    Sec. 8032. Federally funded research and development 
centers.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in previous 
years.
    Sec. 8033. Carbon, alloy, or armor steel plate.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8034. Congressional defense committees definition.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8035. Depot maintenance competition.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8036. Reciprocal trade agreements.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8037. Energy cost savings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8038. Non-excess property leases.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8039. DOD Comptroller reporting requirements.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8040. Young Marines Program.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8041. Overseas military facility investment.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8042. Walking Shield.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8043. Investment item unit cost.--Retains a provision 
requested by the administration and carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8044. Defense Working Capital Fund/Investment Item.--
Retains a provision made in previous years.
    Sec. 8045. CIA availability of funds.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8046. GDIP information system.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8047. Indian tribes environmental impact.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8048. National Science Center for Communications.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8049. Reserve Recruitment and Retention.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that provides funding for 
incentives to recruit and retain members of the Guard and 
Reserve.
    Sec. 8050. Compliance With the Buy America Act.--Retains a 
provision requested by the administration and carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8051. Competition for consultants and studies 
programs.--Retains a provision requested by the administration 
and carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8052. Field operating agencies.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8053. Intelligence authorization.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8054. Adak leasing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8055. Rescissions.--The Committee recommends a general 
provision rescinding funds from the prior year as displayed 
below:

Aircraft Procurement, Army; 01/03: CH-47 Cargo 
    Helicopter MODS-Advance Procurement.................     $15,500,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force; 01/03:
    C-135...............................................      36,000,000
    RECON/DARP Support Equipment; JSAF sensors..........       7,983,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      43,983,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Missile Procurement, Air Force; 01/03:
    JSOW................................................      25,200,000
    MM III MODS.........................................      33,350,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      58,550,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Procurement, Defense-Wide; 01/03:
    DIRCM...............................................         485,000
    MH-53 SIM MATT Upgrade..............................       7,982,000
    VTC.................................................         332,000
    FOL-PSYOP Equipment.................................         900,000
    SOTVS...............................................       5,400,000
    Active RW Survivability.............................       3,000,000
    Passive RW Survivability............................       5,404,000
    Riverine Craft......................................       6,000,000
    INOD................................................       5,595,000
    SDSYS...............................................       4,000,000
    MAAWS...............................................       4,700,000
    SOF Maritime Equipment..............................       1,400,000
    ASDS Advance Procurement............................      18,972,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................      64,170,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Research & Development, Air Force; 01/02: Airborne 
    Reconnaissance Systems (LBSS).......................      13,450,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Research & Development, Defense-Wide; 01/02:
    MC-130H Air Refueling...............................       4,000,000
    ITT Radios..........................................         884,000
    Passive RW Survivability............................         280,000
    NSW RIB.............................................         500,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................       5,664,000

    Sec. 8056. Civilian technicians reductions.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8057. Prohibition on assistance to North Korea.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8058. National Guard counter-drug activities.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8059. Reimbursement for Reserve component intelligence 
personnel.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8060. Environmental Contracting.--Retains a provision 
which directs limits on the funding to be obligated to 
indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity environmental 
contracts.
    Sec. 8061. Elmendorf Air Force Base.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8062. Counter-drug activities transfer.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8063. Energy and water efficiency.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8064. Ball and roller bearings.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8065. American Samoa transfer.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8066. Buy American computers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8067. MANTECH.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8068. Local hire in noncontiguous States.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8069. Local school funding.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8070. Restrictions on transfer of equipment and 
supplies.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8071. Export Loan Guarantee Program.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8072. Contractor bonuses due to business 
restructuring.--Retains and modifies a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8073. Transportation of chemical weapons.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8074. PMRF Infrastructure.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8075. Reserve peacetime support to active duty and 
civilian activities.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8076. SCN adjustments to closed accounts.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8077. Expired obligations and unexpended balances.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8078. Facilities supervision and administrative 
costs.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8079. Asia Pacific Center.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8080. National Guard distance learning.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8081. Heating Plants in Europe.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8082. Prompt Payment Act interest penalties.--Retains 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8083. End-item Procurement.--Retains and modifies 
provisions carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8084. Iodine Testing.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8085. American Red Cross.--Retains a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8086. Sale of F-22 to Foreign Nations.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8087. Buy American waivers.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8088. Civil Air Patrol Counterdrug Program.--Retains 
and modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8089. F-22.--The Committee includes a new provision 
that repeals Section 8125 of the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2001 (Public Law 106-259).
    Sec. 8090. Maritime Fire Training, Barbers Point.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that provides funding for 
maritime fire training at Barbers Point.
    Sec. 8091. Training of Security Forces of a Foreign 
Country.--Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8092. Surplus Dental Equipment.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8093. Foreign Currency Savings.--Retains and modifies 
a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8094. T-AKE.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8095. Legislative Affairs Staff Reduction.--The 
Committee includes a new provision that reduces the number of 
Legislative Affairs staff of the Department of Defense.
    Sec. 8096. RPM Family Housing.--Retains and modifies a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8097. ACTD Project.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8098. Travel Reduction.--The Committee includes a new 
provision that reduces funding for excess cost growth in 
travel.
    Sec. 8099. Crediting of travel cards refunds.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8100. Information Technology Systems.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8101. Support to Other Government Agencies.--Retains a 
provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8102. Armor piercing Ammo.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8103. Leasing Authority for National Guard Bureau.--
Retains a provision which allows the Chief of the National 
Guard Bureau to waive payment in the lease of personal property 
to Federal, State or local government, and youth or charitable 
organizations.
    Sec. 8104. Alcoholic beverages.--Retains a provision 
carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8105. COE for Disaster Management.--Retains and 
modifies a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8106. Healthcare Partnership for Native Hawaiians.--
Retains a provision carried in previous years.
    Sec. 8107. USO.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8108. ARROW.--Retains and modifies a provision carried 
in previous years.
    Sec. 8109. GPS.--Retains a provision from previous years 
concerning civil requirements for GPS.
    Sec. 8110. O&M; Defense-wide Transfer.--The Committee 
includes a new provision facilitating funded transfers.
    Sec. 8111. BMDO/Terrorism.--The Committee includes a new 
provision which provides an additional $1,300,000,000 for 
ballistic missile defense and/or counter-terrorism activities. 
This is consistent with a provision approved in the Senate's 
version of the fiscal year 2002 National Defense Authorization 
bill. Should the President choose to allocate these funds to 
ballistic missile defense activities, the Committee directs the 
funds be allocated in the following manner:

        Line Item                                                 Amount

BMD System BMC2.........................................     $12,000,000
BMD System Test & Evaluation............................     170,000,000
Theater High Altitude Area Defense......................     186,000,000
MEADS...................................................       2,000,000
Ground-based Midcourse..................................     203,000,000
Sea-based Midcourse.....................................     207,000,000
Sea-based Boost.........................................      40,000,000
Air-based Boost/Airborne Laser..........................      55,000,000
Space-based Boost.......................................     158,000,000
Space Sensors/SBIR-L....................................     120,000,000
International Cooperation...............................      25,000,000
Sensors Test & Evaluation...............................       5,000,000
BMD Systems Engineering & Integration...................      94,000,000
BMD Program Operations..................................      23,000,000

    Sec. 8112. Fort Des Moines Memorial Park.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that provides funding for the Fort Des 
Moines Memorial Park.
    Sec. 8113. D-Day Museum.--Retains a provision carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 8114. Disbursements.--The Committee includes a new 
provision that provides that restates a requirement to match 
obligations and disbursements.
    Sec. 8115. Eisenhower Memorial.--The Committee includes a 
new provision that creates a Eisenhower Memorial.
    Sec. 8116. Clear Radar Upgrade.--The Committee includes a 
new provision concerning the radar upgrade contract at Clear 
Air Station.
    Sec. 8117. Business Process Reform.--The Committee includes 
a new provision that reduces funding based on savings from the 
procurement of services.
    Sec. 8118. Regional Defense Counter-terrorism Fellowship 
Program.--The Committee has included a new provision creating 
the Regional Defense Counter-terrorism Fellowship Program.
    Sec. 8119. C-17 Obligations.--The Committee includes a new 
provision requested by the President that provides funding to 
pay a negotiated settlement of a request for equitable 
adjustment from the C-17 contractor.
    Sec. 8120. Nellis AFB.--The Committee includes a new 
general provision concerning Nellis Air Force Base.
    Sec. 8121. Prior Year Shipbuilding.--The Committee includes 
a provision requested by the President that provides funding 
for prior year shipbuilding costs outlined in the provision.
    Sec. 8122. Ship Cost Adjustment.--Retains and modifies a 
provision that transfers prior year funding for ship cost 
adjustments as requested by the President.
    Sec. 8123. Land Conveyance.--The Committee includes a new 
general provision concerning a land conveyance.
    Sec. 8124. EHIME MARU.--The Committee includes a new 
provision requested by the President that allows the Secretary 
of the Navy to settle claims arising from the sinking of the 
EHIME MARU.
    Sec. 8125. Safety of munitions shipments.--The Committee 
includes a new provision that requires the Department to report 
on the safety of current munitions shipping practices.
    Sec. 8126. Padgett Thomas Barracks.--The Committee includes 
a new provision that provides funding for barracks 
reconstruction.
    Sec. 8127. Special Events of National Significance.--The 
Committee includes a new provision concerning security for 
major public events.
    Sec. 8128. Aircraft Leasing.--The Committee includes a new 
provision that would provide the Department of the Air Force 
authority to lease 100 aircraft for modification to air 
refueling tankers. This addresses a critical Air Force need to 
replace its aging fleet of tankers and coincides with an 
imperative to support our commercial and national security 
industrial base in the wake of the September 11th terrorist 
attacks.
    The Committee believes the authority granted in this 
provision allows the Air Force to enter into an operational 
lease of the aircraft, and should be considered as such for 
scoring purposes under the Balanced Budget Act. First, the 
proposed provision is patterned after a general provision 
approved by the Congress in the fiscal year 2000 Defense 
Appropriations Act that was scored by the Congressional Budget 
Office as operational lease authority. Second, the proposed 
provision does not allow for purchase of the aircraft at a 
later date, nor does it provide authority for the lease to 
cover militarily significant modifications to the aircraft. And 
last, industry has demonstrated that a commercial market exists 
for air refueling tanker aircraft.
    Sec. 8129. Camp McCain.--The Committee includes a new 
provision concerning improvements at Camp McCain.
    Sec. 8130. Broadway Armory.--The Committee includes a new 
provision concerning Broadway Armory.
    Sec. 8131. Insulation Materials.--The Committee includes a 
new provision concerning insulation materials on Navy ships.
    Sec. 8132. Native Hawaiians.--The Committee includes a new 
provision concerning Native Hawaiians.
    Sec. 8133. Loan Guarantees.--The Committee includes a new 
provision concerning loan guarantees.
    Sec. 8134. Bioterrorism.--The Committee includes a new 
provision concerning bioterrorism.

  COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI, OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 7 of rule XVI requires that Committee reports on 
general appropriations bills identify each Committee amendment 
to the House bill ``which proposes an item of appropriation 
which is not made to carry out the provisions of an existing 
law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or resolution previously 
passed by the Senate during that session.''
    At the point when the Committee reports this measure, the 
Congress has not completed action on the Fiscal Year 2002 
Defense Authorization Act. As a consequence, the Committee has 
acted in good faith in its attempt to comply fully with 
requirements stipulated under paragraph 7, rule XVI.
    The Committee anticipates that Congress will authorize the 
amounts appropriated in this act.

COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(C), RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, the Committee 
ordered reported H.R. 3338, the Department of Defense 
Appropriations bill, 2002, subject to amendment, by a recorded 
vote of 29-0, a quorum being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Byrd
Mr. Inouye
Mr. Hollings
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Reid
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Johnson
Mrs. Landrieu
Mr. Reed
Mr. Stevens
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Specter
Mr. Domenici
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Burns
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mr. Campbell
Mr. Craig
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. DeWine

 COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 12, RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that Committee reports 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''

  DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2000, PUBLIC LAW 106-79

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                               TITLE VIII


               GENERAL PROVISIONS--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

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    Sec. 8162. Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial. (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (j) Powers.--The Commission may--
            (1) make such expenditures for services and 
        materials for the purpose of carrying out this section 
        as the Commission considers advisable from funds 
        appropriated or received as gifts for that purpose;
            (2) [accept gifts] solicit and accept contributions 
        to be used in carrying out this section or to be used 
        in connection with the construction or other expenses 
        of the memorial; and

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (l) Applicability of Other Laws.--The Federal Advisory 
Committee Act (5 U.S.C. App.) shall not apply to the 
Commission.
    (m) Authority to Establish Memorial.--
            (1) In general.--The Commission may establish a 
        permanent memorial to Dwight D. Eisenhower on land 
        under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior 
        in the District of Columbia or its environs.
            (2) Compliance with standards for commemorative 
        works.--The establishment of the memorial shall be in 
        accordance with the Commemorative Works Act (40 U.S.C. 
        1001 et seq.).
    (n) Memorial Fund.--
            (1) Establishment.--There is created in the 
        Treasury a fund for the memorial to Dwight D. 
        Eisenhower that includes amounts contributed under 
        subsection (j)(2).
            (2) Use of fund.--The fund shall be used for the 
        expenses of establishing the memorial.
            (3) Interest.--The Secretary of the Treasury shall 
        credit to the fund the interest on obligations held in 
        the fund.
    [(m)] (o) Appropriation of Funds.--In addition to amounts 
provided elsewhere in this Act, there is appropriated to the 
Commission $300,000, to remain available until expended.

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  DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2001, PUBLIC LAW 106-259

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                               TITLE VIII


              GENERAL PROVISIONS--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

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    [Sec. 8125. (a) The total amount expended by the Department 
of Defense for the F-22 aircraft program (over all fiscal years 
of the life of the program) for engineering and manufacturing 
development and for production may not exceed $58,028,200,000. 
The amount provided in the preceding sentence shall be adjusted 
by the Secretary of the Air Force in the manner provided in 
section 217(c) of Public Law 105-85 (111 Stat. 1660). This 
section supersedes any limitation previously provided by law on 
the amount that may be obligated or expended for engineering 
and manufacturing development under the F-22 aircraft program 
and any limitation previously provided by law on the amount 
that may be obligated or expended for the F-22 production 
program.
    [(b) The provisions of subsection (a) apply during the 
current fiscal year and subsequent fiscal years.]

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  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2001 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2002
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                      Senate Committee recommendation
                                                                                                   Committee              compared with (+ or -)
                        Item                          2001 appropriation    Budget estimate     recommendation   ---------------------------------------
                                                                                                                  2001 appropriation    Budget estimate
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                       TITLE I

                 MILITARY PERSONNEL

Military Personnel, Army............................         22,175,357          23,626,684          23,446,734          +1,271,377            -179,950
Military Personnel, Navy............................         17,772,297          19,606,984          19,465,964          +1,693,667            -141,020
Military Personnel, Marine Corps....................          6,833,100           7,365,040           7,335,370            +502,270             -29,670
Military Personnel, Air Force.......................         18,174,284          20,151,514          20,032,704          +1,858,420            -118,810
Reserve Personnel, Army.............................          2,473,001           2,604,197           2,670,197            +197,196             +66,000
Reserve Personnel, Navy.............................          1,576,174           1,643,523           1,650,523             +74,349              +7,000
Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps.....................            448,886             463,300             466,300             +17,414              +3,000
Reserve Personnel, Air Force........................            971,024           1,055,160           1,061,160             +90,136              +6,000
National Guard Personnel, Army......................          3,782,536           4,014,135           4,052,695            +270,159             +38,560
National Guard Personnel, Air Force.................          1,641,081           1,776,744           1,783,744            +142,663              +7,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title I, Military Personnel............         75,847,740          82,307,281          81,965,391          +6,117,651            -341,890

                      TITLE II

              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

Operation and Maintenance, Army.....................         19,144,431          21,191,680          22,941,588          +3,797,157          +1,749,908
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)  ..................  ..................           (-50,000)  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Navy.....................         23,419,360          26,961,382          27,038,067          +3,618,707             +76,685
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)  ..................  ..................           (-50,000)  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps.............          2,778,758           2,892,314           2,903,863            +125,105             +11,549
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force................         22,383,521          26,146,770          26,303,436          +3,919,915            +156,666
    (By transfer--National Defense Stockpile).......            (50,000)  ..................  ..................           (-50,000)  ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide.............         11,844,480          12,518,631          12,864,644          +1,020,164            +346,013
Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve.............          1,562,118           1,787,246           1,771,246            +209,128             -16,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve.............            978,946           1,003,690           1,003,690             +24,744   ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve.....            145,959             144,023             144,023              -1,936   ..................
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve........          1,903,659           2,029,866           2,023,866            +120,207              -6,000
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard......          3,333,835           3,677,359           3,743,808            +409,973             +66,449
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard.......          3,474,375           3,867,361           3,998,361            +523,986            +131,000
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund.......          3,938,777           2,844,226   ..................         -3,938,777          -2,844,226
United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.              8,574               9,096               9,096                +522   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Army.....................            389,932             389,800             389,800                -132   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Navy.....................            294,038             257,517             257,517             -36,521   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Air Force................            376,300             385,437             385,437              +9,137   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide.............             21,412              23,492              23,492              +2,080   ..................
Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense                231,499             190,255             230,255              -1,244             +40,000
 Sites..............................................
Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid......             55,900              49,700              44,700             -11,200              -5,000
Former Soviet Union Threat Reduction................            443,400             403,000             357,000             -86,400             -46,000
Quality of Life Enhancements, Defense...............            160,500   ..................  ..................           -160,500   ..................
Support for International Sporting                    ..................             15,800              15,800             +15,800   ..................
 Competition,Defense................................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title II, Operation and maintenance....         96,889,774         106,788,645         106,449,689          +9,559,915            -338,956
          (By transfer).............................           (150,000)  ..................  ..................          (-150,000)  ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                      TITLE III

                     PROCUREMENT

Aircraft Procurement, Army..........................          1,571,812           1,925,491           1,893,891            +322,079             -31,600
Missile Procurement, Army...........................          1,320,681           1,859,634           1,774,154            +453,473             -85,480
Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles,           2,472,524           2,276,746           2,174,546            -297,978            -102,200
 Army...............................................
Procurement of Ammunition, Army.....................          1,220,516           1,193,365           1,171,465             -49,051             -21,900
Other Procurement, Army.............................          4,497,009           3,961,737           4,160,186            -336,823            +198,449
Aircraft Procurement, Navy..........................          8,477,138           8,252,543           8,030,043            -447,095            -222,500
Weapons Procurement, Navy...........................          1,461,600           1,433,475           1,478,075             +16,475             +44,600
Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps....            498,349             457,099             442,799             -55,550             -14,300
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy...................         11,614,633           9,344,121           9,294,211          -2,320,422             -49,910
Other Procurement, Navy.............................          3,557,380           4,097,576           4,146,338            +588,958             +48,762
Procurement, Marine Corps...........................          1,233,268             981,724             974,054            -259,214              -7,670
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force.....................          7,583,345          10,744,458          10,617,332          +3,033,987            -127,126
Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force................            647,808             865,344             873,344            +225,536              +8,000
Missile Procurement, Air Force......................          2,863,778           3,233,536           3,657,522            +793,744            +423,986
Other Procurement, Air Force........................          7,763,747           8,159,521           8,144,174            +380,427             -15,347
Procurement, Defense-Wide...........................          2,346,258           1,603,927           1,473,795            -872,463            -130,132
National Guard and Reserve Equipment................            100,000   ..................            560,505            +460,505            +560,505
Defense Production Act Purchases....................              3,000              50,000              15,000             +12,000             -35,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title III, Procurement.................         59,232,846          60,440,297          60,881,434          +1,648,588            +441,137
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                      TITLE IV

     RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army....          6,342,552           6,693,920           6,742,123            +399,571             +48,203
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy....          9,494,374          11,123,389          10,742,710          +1,248,336            -380,679
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air              14,138,244          14,343,982          13,859,401            -278,843            -484,581
 Force..............................................
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-         11,157,375          15,050,787          14,445,589          +3,288,214            -605,198
 Wide...............................................
Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense............            227,060             217,355             216,855             -10,205                -500
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title IV, Research, Development, Test           41,359,605          47,429,433          46,006,678          +4,647,073          -1,422,755
       and Evaluation...............................
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                       TITLE V

           REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

Defense Working Capital Funds.......................            916,276           1,951,986           1,826,986            +910,710            -125,000
National Defense Sealift Fund: Ready Reserve Force..            270,500             506,408             407,408            +136,908             -99,000
    Acquisition.....................................            130,158   ..................  ..................           -130,158   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................            400,658             506,408             407,408              +6,750             -99,000

National Defense Airlift Fund:
    C-17 advance procurement........................            257,800   ..................  ..................           -257,800   ..................
    C-17 ICS........................................            412,200   ..................  ..................           -412,200   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal......................................            670,000   ..................  ..................           -670,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title V, Revolving and Management Funds          1,986,934           2,458,394           2,234,394            +247,460            -224,000
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                      TITLE VI

        OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

Defense Health Program:
    Operation and maintenance.......................         11,414,393          17,565,750          17,656,185          +6,241,792             +90,435
    Procurement.....................................            290,006             267,915             267,915             -22,091   ..................
    Research and development........................            413,380              65,304             452,304             +38,924            +387,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Defense Health Program.................         12,117,779          17,898,969          18,376,404          +6,258,625            +477,435

Chemical Agents & Munitions Destruction, Army: \1\
    Operation and maintenance.......................            600,000             789,020             739,020            +139,020             -50,000
    Procurement.....................................            105,700             164,158             164,158             +58,458   ..................
    Research, development, test and evaluation......            274,400             200,379             201,379             -73,021              +1,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Chemical Agents........................            980,100           1,153,557           1,104,557            +124,457             -49,000

Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities,                  869,000             820,381             865,981              -3,019             +45,600
 Defense............................................
Office of the Inspector General.....................            147,545             152,021             152,021              +4,476   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, title VI, Other Department of Defense           14,114,424          20,024,928          20,498,963          +6,384,539            +474,035
       Programs.....................................
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                      TITLE VII                       ..................

                  RELATED AGENCIES

Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and                      216,000             212,000             212,000              -4,000   ..................
 Disability System Fund.............................
Intelligence Community Management Account...........            148,631             152,776             144,776              -3,855              -8,000
    Transfer to Department of Justice...............            (34,100)            (27,000)            (27,000)            (-7,100)  ..................
Payment to Kaho'olawe Island Conveyance,                         60,000              25,000              75,000             +15,000             +50,000
 Remediation, and Environmental Restoration Fund....
National Security Education Trust Fund..............              6,950               8,000               8,000              +1,050   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VII, Related agencies............            431,581             397,776             439,776              +8,195             +42,000
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                     TITLE VIII

                 GENERAL PROVISIONS

Additional transfer authority.......................         (2,000,000)         (2,500,000)         (1,500,000)          (-500,000)        (-1,000,000)
Indian Financing Act incentives.....................              8,000   ..................              8,000   ..................             +8,000
FFRDCs..............................................  ..................  ..................            -60,000             -60,000             -60,000
Disposal & lease of DOD real property...............             24,000              19,000              19,000              -5,000   ..................
Overseas Military Fac Investment Recovery...........              3,000               3,362               3,362                +362   ..................
Rescissions.........................................           -546,980   ..................           -201,317            +345,663            -201,317
Working Capital Fund Cash Balances..................           -800,000   ..................  ..................           +800,000   ..................
FY01 economic adjustment general reduction..........           -705,000   ..................  ..................           +705,000   ..................
Foreign Currency Rev Economic Assumptions...........           -856,900   ..................           -140,591            +716,309            -140,591
Travel Cards........................................              5,000               8,000               8,000              +3,000   ..................
Transfer to Department of Transportation............            (10,000)  ..................  ..................           (-10,000)  ..................
United Service Organizations........................              7,500   ..................             10,000              +2,500             +10,000
Davis Bacon Act Threshold Increase..................  ..................           -190,000   ..................  ..................           +190,000
Depot Maintenance Utilization Waiver................  ..................           -140,000   ..................  ..................           +140,000
Performance Based Academic Model....................              5,000   ..................  ..................             -5,000   ..................
BMDO Support reduction management...................            -14,000   ..................  ..................            +14,000   ..................
Preservation of Democracy...........................             20,000   ..................  ..................            -20,000   ..................
Quarantine benefits.................................              1,000   ..................  ..................             -1,000   ..................
National D-Day Museum...............................              2,100   ..................              5,000              +2,900              +5,000
Chicago Military Academy............................              5,000   ..................  ..................             -5,000   ..................
Ship scrapping initiative...........................             10,000   ..................  ..................            -10,000   ..................
American Red Cross..................................              5,000   ..................              5,000   ..................             +5,000
U.S./China Security Review Commission...............              3,000   ..................  ..................             -3,000   ..................
Gulf War Illness....................................              1,650   ..................  ..................             -1,650   ..................
Oakland military academy............................              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
San Bernardino (Newmark)............................             10,000   ..................  ..................            -10,000   ..................
Brownfield site.....................................              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
Fisher House........................................              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
Zero emission steam technology demo.................              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
CAAS/Contract Growth................................            -71,367   ..................         -1,650,000          -1,578,633          -1,650,000
Excess Funded Carryover.............................            -92,700   ..................  ..................            +92,700   ..................
Headquarters and Administration.....................           -159,076   ..................  ..................           +159,076   ..................
Overseas Contingency Oper Transfer Fund.............         -1,100,000   ..................  ..................         +1,100,000   ..................
Ballistic Missile Defense/Counterterrorism..........  ..................  ..................          1,300,000          +1,300,000          +1,300,000
Eisenhower Commission...............................  ..................  ..................              3,000              +3,000              +3,000
Travel cost growth..................................  ..................  ..................           -171,296            -171,296            -171,296
Legislative liaison savings.........................  ..................  ..................            -50,000             -50,000             -50,000
Reserve Componant Incentive and Bonus programs......  ..................  ..................             10,000             +10,000             +10,000
Fort Des Moines Memorial Grant......................  ..................  ..................              5,000              +5,000              +5,000
Clear Radar Upgrade.................................  ..................  ..................              8,000              +8,000              +8,000
Regional Defense Counter-Terrorism Fellowship         ..................  ..................             21,000             +21,000             +21,000
 program............................................
Padgett Thomas Barracks.............................  ..................  ..................             15,000             +15,000             +15,000
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, title VIII.............................         -4,227,773            -299,638            -852,842          +3,374,931            -553,204
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total for the bill............................        285,635,131         319,547,116         317,623,483         +31,988,352          -1,923,633
                                                     ===================================================================================================

                OTHER APPROPRIATIONS

Miscellaneous Appropriations (Public Law 106-554):
    Repair of U.S.S. COLE (emergency funding).......            150,000   ..................  ..................           -150,000   ..................
    Marine Corps Ground Task Force Training Command.              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
    Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund               100,000   ..................  ..................           -100,000   ..................
     (emergency funding)............................
    Defense Imagery and Mapping Agency..............              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
    Rapid diagnostic and fingerprinting techniques..              1,000   ..................  ..................             -1,000   ..................
    Fort Irwin National Training Center expansion:..
        O&M;, Army...................................              2,500   ..................  ..................             -2,500   ..................
        BLM, Management of Lands & Resources........              2,500   ..................  ..................             -2,500   ..................
Supplemental (H.R. 2216) (net)......................          5,457,700   ..................  ..................         -5,457,700   ..................
Across the board cut (0.22 percent).................           -469,000   ..................  ..................           +469,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, other appropriations...................          5,248,700   ..................  ..................         -5,248,700   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand total (including other appropriations)..        290,883,831         319,547,116         317,623,483         +26,739,652          -1,923,633

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  DIVISION B--TRANSFERS FROM THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND PURSUANT TO 
                           PUBLIC LAW 107-38

                               CHAPTER 1

  Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies

                       DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

                       Food and Nutrition Service

special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and children 
                                 (wic)

    The Committee recommends $39,000,000 for the Women, 
Infants, and Children Program (WIC). These funds are to 
supplement program needs due to higher caseload requirements 
than expected at the time of the presentation of the 
President's budget for fiscal year 2002 which have resulted, in 
part, from economic conditions following the events of 
September 11, 2001. To ensure the timely reallocation of funds 
to States, the Secretary shall report to the Appropriations 
Committees by February 1, 2002, the methodology to be used to 
reallocate funds during fiscal year 2002.

                             RELATED AGENCY

                  Commodity Futures Trading Commission

    The Committee recommends $10,000,000 for the Commodity 
Futures Trading Commission for disaster recovery needs 
associated with the Commission's New York regional office, 
which was destroyed by terrorist attacks, and for related needs 
of the agency. These funds are to be directed toward 
reestablishing a working office in New York and for security 
preparedness in locations as determined by the agency.

                               CHAPTER 2


   Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and 
                            Related Agencies


                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         PATRIOT ACT ACTIVITIES

    The Committee recommends $25,000,000 for Patriot Act 
Activities. Section 405 of the Patriot Act requires the 
Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of State, 
Secretary of the Treasury, and the Secretary of Transportation, 
to report to Congress on the feasibility of enhancing the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation and other identification 
systems, including Immigration and Naturalization Service's 
Automated Biometric Identification System [``IDENT''], INS's 
Enforcement Case Tracking System [''Enforce''], and the Joint 
Automated Booking System, to better identify a person who holds 
a foreign passport or a visa and may be wanted in connection 
with a criminal investigation in the United States or abroad, 
before the issuance of a visa to that person or the entry or 
exit from the United States by that person. The Committee's 
recommendation fully funds the feasibility report and provides 
additional funding to implement enhancements deemed to be 
necessary.

                   administrative review and appeals

    The Committee recommends an additional $3,500,000 for the 
Administrative Review and Appeals. The recommendation is 
identical to the request. These funds will cover additional 
adjudication expenses by the Executive Office for Immigration 
Review resulting from the enforcement of immigration laws in 
response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

                            Legal Activities


            salaries and expenses, general legal activities

    The Committee recommends an additional $6,250,000 for 
General Legal Activities. The recommendation is $6,250,000 
below the supplemental request. Of this amount, the Committee 
recommends $2,400,000 for the Criminal Division to support 
additional resources to coordinate international legal 
activities, such as extradition treaties, and the provision of 
expert legal advice on issues related to terrorism prosecution, 
and $3,850,000, in addition to the $7,300,000 already 
transferred from the Emergency Response Fund to the Civil 
Division, for additional administrative expenses associated 
with the Office of the Special Master who will administer 
compensation to the victims of the attacks of September 11, 
2001.

             salaries and expenses, united states attorneys

    The Committee recommends an additional $74,600,000 for 
salaries and expenses for the U.S. Attorneys. The 
recommendation is identical to the request.
    Anti-terrorism task forces.--The Committee recommends 
$7,140,000 to establish 10 anti-terrorism task forces in the 
judicial districts with the greatest potential for terrorist 
activities. These task forces will serve as information 
conduits linking Federal and local agencies; ensure the focused 
cooperation of State and Federal entities to eradicate 
terrorist elements; coordinate planning to prevent terrorism; 
and coordinate responses to any future incidents. In addition, 
the Committee recommends $14,268,000 for victim assistance and 
advocates, crisis response equipment, Executive Office for the 
U.S. Attorneys infrastructure, and automated litigation 
support.
    Immediate Prosecutorial and Infrastructure Needs.--The 
Committee recommends $7,500,000 for the direct costs associated 
the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. These funds 
include $5,000,000 for immediate prosecutorial needs associated 
with the attack and $2,500,000 to renovate offices and 
equipment damaged in the southern district of New York.
    Courtroom Technology.--The recommendation includes 
$20,000,000 for courtroom technology to be distributed among 
the districts on the basis of need. These funds are expected to 
improve substantially the presentation of evidence, as well as 
rapidly accelerate the pace of trials.
    Legal Activities Office Automation Systems.--The Committee 
also recommends $25,692,000 to expedite the acquisition, 
deployment, and maintenance of legal activities office 
automation (LAOA) systems. LAOA is the computer modernization 
program for the Justice Department. The funds will allow the 
U.S. Attorneys to continue their systems improvement program.

         salaries and expenses, united states marshals service

    The Committee recommends an additional $11,100,000 for 
salaries and expenses for the U.S. Marshals. This 
recommendation is identical to the request.
    This funding includes $4,000,000 for protective details and 
additional security measures for the Federal judiciary in New 
York City; $1,200,000 for perimeter security at the Foley 
Square and Brooklyn Federal courthouses in New York; $3,100,000 
for the addition of two new dedicated fugitive apprehension 
task forces; and $2,800,000 for unfunded mandatory increases 
for fiscal year 2002.

                    Federal Bureau of Investigation


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends an additional $538,500,000 for 
salaries and expenses for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. 
This recommendation is identical to the request.
    Investigatory Costs.--The Committee recommends $190,678,000 
to cover the extraordinary expenses incurred by the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation in the investigation of the September 
11, 2001 terrorist attacks, including Information Assurance and 
Security Countermeasures and Data Access, Retrieval, and 
Documentation. This includes $7,700,000 for the reimbursement 
of the Drug Enforcement Administration for the Special 
Operations Divisions support of the FBI's intelligence 
requirements for terrorist investigations, $20,622,000 for 
Computer Analysis Response Team personnel, training, 
certification, and equipment, $5,606,000 for forensic audio/
video image analysis program personnel and equipment, 
$1,392,000 for Evidence Response Team evidence collection and 
training supplies, $7,202,000 for four Regional Computer 
Forensic Labs, and $5,363,000 for mitochondrial DNA casework 
and regional labs.
    Trilogy.--As a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist 
attacks, the need for delivery of information technology 
infrastructure is immediately required by the FBI. The 
Committee therefore recommends $212,000,000 for Trilogy, the 
FBI's computer modernization program. These funds will provide 
the rest of the funding for this 3-year program and allow the 
FBI to expedite its deployment.
    Continuity of Operations.--The Committee recommends 
$18,000,000 to upgrade the Strategic Information Operations 
Center and an alternate facility and improve backup systems at 
data centers.
    Engineering and Research Facility Annex.--The Committee 
recommends $10,283,000 to refurbish the Engineering and 
Research Facility (ERF).
    Laboratory Activation.--The Committee recommends 
$14,135,000 to decommission and renovate former Lab space in 
the Hoover building.
    Surveillance Aircraft.--The Committee recommends 
$15,000,000 to purchase surveillance aircraft in New York City 
and Washington, D.C.
    Counterterrorism Equipment and Supplies.--The Committee 
recommends $25,000,000 for equipment and supplies for 
counterterrorism efforts.
    National Infrastructure Protection Center.--The mission of 
the National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) is to 
serve as a ``national infrastructure threat assessment, 
vulnerability, and law enforcement investigation and response 
entity.'' The Committee recommends a total of $46,000,000 for 
NIPC. These funds include $25,289,000 for NIPC headquarters and 
field offices to enhance personnel, contractor services, 
equipment, and analytical support. The Committee recommends an 
additional $20,711,000 to enhance the ability of NIPC's Special 
Technologies and Applications Unit to respond to and 
investigate cyber-terrorism incidents.
    Consolidation of Records.--Recognizing the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation's urgent need to revitalize its information 
processing systems and the need to protect this critical 
infrastructure, the conferees direct the FBI to report back to 
the Committees on Appropriations, within 180 days of enactment, 
on the feasibility of centralizing and relocating the FBI's 
records systems to the Criminal Justice Information Services 
Division Complex.
    Language Translation Capabilities.--The Committee 
recommends $7,404,000 to increase the FBI's language 
translation capabilities. These funds will support 30 
additional Language Specialist positions, will increase the 
contract linguist base funding to support foreign language 
requirements and reduce the backlog, and will support the 
recruitment, acquisition and management of contract linguists. 
The recommendation also includes $1,160,000 for the purchase of 
machine translation equipment and other tools to increase the 
efficiencies of the current translators.

                 Immigration and Naturalization Service


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $399,400,000 for salaries and 
expenses for the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). 
This recommendation is identical to the request.
    This funding will cover expenses for continuing current 
operations by the INS in response to the September 11, 2001 
terrorist attacks and will provide funding to address serious 
deficiencies in INS' capacity to screen incoming immigrants and 
identify immigrants that may pose a threat to the country and 
enhance INS' intelligence and information technology 
capability.
    Northern Border Inspection Operations.--The Committee 
recommends $30,300,000 for 300 additional Immigration 
Inspectors and 23 support personnel at the northern border 
ports-of-entry. This funding will increase the number of 
inspectors at the northern border by over 60 percent and allow 
for ports not currently operating on a 24-hour basis to begin 
round-the-clock inspections.
    Border Patrol.--The Committee also recommends $9,000,000 
for additional border patrol agents along the northern border 
to enhance border control efforts in high-risk entry areas into 
the United States.
    Border Security.--The Committee recommends $10,555,000 for 
the procurement and installation of INS field readers for the 
new tamper-resistant Border Crossing and ``Green'' Cards. The 
INS shall provide a deployment plan for the card readers not 
later than April 1, 2002.
    Entry/Exit System.--The Committee recommends $13,300,000 
for the development and initial deployment of an automated 
Entry/Exit system at the air and sea ports-of-entry. This 
system will replace the inefficient, manual, Non-Immigrant 
Information System (NIIS) and will track all entries into and 
out of the United States while at the same time maximizing the 
use of government systems.
    Student and Exchange Visitor Program.--The Committee 
recommends $36,800,000 for the Student and Exchange Visitor 
Program to develop, deploy and maintain the Student and 
Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS). SEVIS will deploy 
a web-based collection and retrieval system to capture the data 
essential to effectively track all foreign students and 
exchange visitors. These funds are necessary to expedite the 
deployment of the system given the events of September 11, 
2001.
    Facilities.--The Committee recommends $5,000,000 for 
planning, design and construction of long-term facilities and 
infrastructure requirements to support and sustain increased 
personnel, operational, and information technology enhancements 
on the northern border.

                       Office of Justice Programs


               State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance

    The Committee proposes $236,900,000 to go to the Byrne 
Discretionary Grant Program for emergency expenses needed to 
respond to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the 
United States. The Committee recommends $17,000,000 for a grant 
for the Utah Olympic Public Safety Command for security 
equipment and infrastructure related to the 2002 Winter 
Olympics, including the Paralympics and related events.
    Of the remaining $219,900,000, $81,700,000 shall be for 
northern Virginia for counterterrorism measures, of which 
$7,000,000 shall be available for Fairfax County Fire and 
Rescue for communications equipment and emergency personnel, of 
which $2,000,000 shall be available for the Fairfax City Fire 
and Rescue for new emergency response equipment and personnel, 
of which $4,000,000 shall be available for the Fairfax Police 
Department emergency response equipment and emergency 
personnel, of which $2,500,000 shall be available to the 
Alexandria Fire Depart for emergency equipment, of which 
$23,010,000 shall be available for Arlington County for 
emergency and security equipment, of which $150,000 shall be 
available for Prince William County for emergency response 
initiatives, of which $8,040,000 shall be made available to the 
Virginia State Police for counterterrorism initiatives, of 
which $20,000,000 shall be made available to the Office of 
Domestic Preparedness for a competitive grant for a project to 
enhance the communications interoperability of law enforcement, 
fire, medical services, and transportation agencies that 
respond to emergencies in the Greater Washington Metropolitan 
Area, of which $15,000,000 shall be made available for a 
chemical sensor program for the Washington area transit system; 
$81,700,000 shall be available to the State of New Jersey for 
counter terrorism measures, of which $9,000,000 shall be made 
available to the New Jersey State Police for modernization and 
construction of new State marine facilities to protect Newark 
Bay and Delaware River, of which $30,000,000 shall be made 
available for modernization of the New Jersey State Police 
Radio System, of which $32,000,000 shall be made available to 
the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the purchase 
of harbor surveillance boats and for security upgrades at 
interstate crossings between New Jersey and New York, of which 
$5,700,000 shall be made available to the Jersey City Police 
Department for modernization of a communications system, and of 
which $5,000,000 shall be made available to the Newark Police 
Department for security equipment enhancements; and $56,500,000 
shall be available to the State of Maryland for 
counterterrorism measures, of which $7,020,000 would be 
available to improve the interoperability and security of 
public safety, communications and information systems, of which 
$10,573,000 is for upgrading the technology infrastructure and 
coordination between the Federal, state, and local law 
enforcement and public health agencies to prevent and respond 
to a bio-chemical attack in the Washington, D.C. region, of 
which $3,468,000 is made available to add and equip with robots 
four additional bomb squad units and provide for the rapid 
response of those units, of which $6,344,000 is for marine 
protection purposes, of which $9,300 is for crime laboratory 
equipment and training, of which $508,000 is for police field 
operations equipment, of which $2,647,000 is for Baltimore-
Washington Airport bomb and canine teams, of which $1,193,000 
is for closed circuit TV at exchanges along the Baltimore-
Washington Parkway, of which $7,705,000 is for counter-
terrorism measures at the Port of Baltimore, of which 
$7,885,000 would be made available to Prince George's County, 
Maryland for disaster preparedness, including $1,600,000 for 
the purchase of Hazmat vehicles necessary to respond to a 
terrorist event in the county and to support response 
capabilities of the District of Columbia, $1,200,000 for 
vaccine and pharmaceutical supplies for first responders, and 
$2,400,000 for fire and police operations and specialized 
equipment, and of which $8,551,000 to Montgomery County, 
Maryland for major incident preparedness, including $1,500,000 
for police and fire incident command vehicles, $1,300,000 for 
public health bioterrorism response, $1,500,000 for vaccine and 
pharmaceutical ``punch packs'' for first responders, and 
$500,000 for reimbursements and equipment upgrades to first 
responders who responded to the September 11, 2001 terrorists 
attack on the Pentagon.

                           crime victims fund

    The Committee recommends $68,100,000 for the Office for 
Victims of Crime. This recommendation is identical to the 
request.
    These funds will provide grants to counseling programs for 
the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, as 
well as their families and crisis responders. Grants will go to 
government and private organizations providing services to 
victims residing in New York State, New Jersey, Virginia, and 
other States as needed.

                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


                   International Trade Administration


                     operations and administration

    The Committee recommends $1,500,000 for security 
enhancements at overseas posts, and for security site surveys, 
security training, and security upgrades within the United 
States. The recommendation is identical to the request.

                         Export Administration


                     operations and administration

    The Committee recommends $1,756,000 for overseas Export 
Administration attaches in the United Arab Emirates and China 
to monitor shipments to countries designated by the State 
Department as sponsors of terrorism of dual-use goods and 
technologies that can be used as weapons of mass destruction. 
The recommendation is identical to the request.

                  Economic Development Administration


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $335,000 for increased security 
requirements at headquarters and regional offices, including 
direct and shared cost of guards and automatic locking doors. 
The recommendation is identical to the request.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration


    public telecommunications facilities, planning and construction

    The Committee recommends $8,250,000 for emergency grants to 
assist public broadcasters in restoring broadcasting facilities 
and capabilities that were destroyed in the collapse of the 
World Trade Center towers. The recommendation is identical to 
the request.

               United States Patent and Trademarks Office


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $3,360,000 for the United States 
Patent and Trademark Office for increased security measures and 
personnel. The recommendation is identical to the request.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


             scientific and technical research and services

    The Committee recommends $400,000 for additional police 
officers and perimeter security at National Institute of 
Standards and Technology facilities in Gaithersburg, Maryland, 
and Boulder, Colorado. The recommendation is identical to the 
request.

                  construction of research facilities

    The Committee recommends $1,225,000 to improve exterior and 
interior security by upgrading video surveillance and building 
access controls at National Institute of Standards and 
Technology facilities in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and Boulder, 
Colorado. The recommendation is identical to the request.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                  operations, research and facilities

    The Committee recommends $2,750,000 for the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Operations, Research 
and Facilities account. Of this amount, $2,000,000 is for 
increased security measures at satellite control facilities, 
and $750,000 is for increased oversight and enforcement of 
commercial remote sensing licenses to ensure appropriate use of 
satellite imagery and data. The recommendation is identical to 
the request.

                        Departmental Management


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $881,000 for increased guard 
contracts at the Herbert C. Hoover Building. The recommendation 
is $6,395,000 below the request.

                             THE JUDICIARY


                   Supreme Court of the United States


                   care of the buildings and grounds

    The Committee recommends $30,000,000 to enhance security at 
the Supreme Court building. This recommendation is $20,000,000 
above the request.
    These funds are provided only to improve perimeter security 
and other necessary security upgrades to address the building's 
serious security deficiencies.

     Court of Appeals, District Courts, and Other Judicial Services


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $5,000,000 for an emergency 
communications back-up system. This is $5,000,000 above the 
request.
    The Committee is aware that the Judiciary does not have a 
complete disaster recovery plan including both data recovery 
and operational backup capabilities for national automation and 
communications systems. The Committee directs the Judiciary to 
create a comprehensive disaster recovery plan and consider 
establishing a court operations support center located outside 
of Washington, D.C. The Committee expects the Judiciary to keep 
the Committee on Appropriations informed on the status of their 
disaster recovery plan and reminds the Judiciary that any 
proposal to open such a center would be subject to 
reprogramming notification procedures outlined in section 605 
of the Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary and Related 
Agencies Appropriations Act.

                             court security

    The Committee recommends $57,521,000 for the Court Security 
account. This recommendation is $36,021,000 above the request.
    This funding includes $4,000,000 to reimburse the U.S. 
Marshals Service for 106 supervisory deputy marshals 
responsible for coordinating security in each of the 94 
judicial districts and the 12 judicial circuits. A full-time 
supervisor for court security is needed at the local level to 
coordinate protection of judges both on and off site, oversee 
the courthouse security program, and ensure that emergency 
response procedures for chemical/biological, terrorist or other 
attacks are in place.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $53,521,000 for the 
Judiciary's highest priority security needs. The Committee 
understands that the Judiciary requires additional funding for 
Court Security Officers to maintain the current level of 
security at Federal court facilities for the remainder of the 
fiscal year; for testing and mail screening associated with 
recent anthrax incidents; and for state-of-the-art X-ray 
machines.
    Within the level of funding provided, the Judiciary is 
expected to also address the security needs of the Court of 
Appeals for the Federal Circuit and Court of International 
Trade to ensure that these courts have a level of security that 
is consistent with other Federal courthouses.

                Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $2,879,000 to enhance security at 
the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building. This 
recommendation is $2,879,000 above the request.
    This funding will enable the Administrative Office of the 
U.S. Courts to install protective window film on the atrium and 
windows throughout the building; utilize state-of-the-art x-ray 
machines at all access points including the screening of mail 
and packages in the loading dock area; enhance perimeter 
security with the placement of additional protective bollards; 
and, prevent unauthorized vehicles from entering the parking 
garage with the installation of protective devices designed to 
physically stop vehicles as well as use of a computerized 
weight recognition system.

                            RELATED AGENCIES


                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $1,301,000 for the Equal 
Employment Opportunity Commission's Salaries and Expenses 
Account to be used for response and recovery activities to 
reconstruct the office and files that were destroyed during the 
attack, and to provide technology and telecommunications in 
both the temporary and permanent locations.

                   Securities and Exchange Commission


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $20,705,000 for the Securities and 
Exchange Commission to address disaster recovery needs for the 
Commission's New York regional office, which was destroyed by 
terrorist attacks. The funding will be used to acquire new 
office space, purchase new office equipment, and information 
technology; provide additional staff from D.C. to New York to 
monitor securities market functioning over several months; to 
enhance security; and for other purposes.

                     Small Business Administration


                     business loans program account

    The Committee recommends $75,000,000 to be used to provide 
guaranteed business loan assistance to small businesses hurt by 
the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

                     disaster loans program account

    The Committee recommends $75,000,000 to enable the Small 
Business Administration to support additional disaster recovery 
efforts by administering disaster loans in States adversely 
affected by the September 11 attacks.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    The Committee recommends language to allow non-profit 
organizations and non-depository financial institutions to 
receive economic injury loans from the Small Business 
Administration (SBA) and enable the SBA Administrator to adjust 
the definition of a small business to reflect business profiles 
in New York City.
    The Committee recommends language to enable SBA to raise 
the $1,500,000 aggregate cap on loans to a single borrower to 
$10,000,000 for businesses directly impacted by the September 
11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
    The Committee recommends language reviewing Sino-United 
States relations.

                               CHAPTER 3


                        Subcommittee on Defense


                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                                OVERVIEW

    The President requested $7,358,969,000 of the funds made 
available in Public Law 107-38 to finance the costs of 
Operation Enduring Freedom and the initial crisis response to 
the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The Committee 
recommends $6,768,569,000 to fund the near term cost of 
operations in and around Afghanistan, increased intelligence 
requirements, and munitions. In addition, $580,400,000 has been 
provided in a separate chapter to address funding for the 
reconstruction of the Pentagon, and other military construction 
projects. Funds are recommended to maintain current levels of 
deployments and operations. The Committee has addressed the 
immediate requirements identified by the Department, such as 
flying hours, steaming days, maintenance, deliverable 
munitions, and the mobilization of the National Guard and 
reserve.

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


                    Defense Emergency Response Fund

    The Committee recommends $6,558,569,000; this is 
$487,400,000 below the administration request.
    Increased worldwide posture.--The Committee recommends 
$2,938,000,000, equal to the request, to fund the operation and 
maintenance costs of Operation Enduring Freedom identified in 
the request.
    Increased situational awareness.--The Committee recommends 
$1,525,000,000 to support ongoing military operations and 
enhance surveillance, reconnaissance and intelligence 
capabilities. Of the funds available for situational awareness, 
$15,000,000 shall be available to acquire 10 Lynx SARs.
    Enhanced Force Protection.--The Committee recommends 
$880,969,000, equal to the request, to improve security and 
antiterrorism measures.
    Pentagon repairs.--The Committee recommends $344,600,000 
for Pentagon repairs and for the replacement of equipment 
destroyed on September 11, 2001.
    Offensive Counterterrorism.--The Committee recommends 
$545,000,000, equal to the request, for the procurement of 
munitions.
    Improved Command and Control.--The Committee recommends 
$219,000,000, equal to the request, for upgrades and 
enhancements to communications capabilities.
    Initial Crisis response.--The Committee recommends 
$106,000,000, to fund the costs of the initial response in New 
York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania to the terrorist attacks of 
September 11. From within this amount, the Department shall 
reimburse the $5,500,000 cost of the Capitol Hill biological 
incident support and response.
    NISAC.--The Committee strongly recommends that the Defense 
Threat Reduction Agency coordinate closely with the Office of 
Homeland Security in its execution of this funding to address 
the most immediate security concerns specifically related to 
threat assessment and risk mitigation.
    Biometrics.--In light of the events of September 11, 2001, 
the DoD Biometrics Program is encouraged to offer assistance 
and coordinate efforts with the U.S. Coast Guard, the Federal 
Aviation Administration (FAA), the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation (FBI), the Federal Emergency Management 
Administration (FEMA), the Immigration and Naturalization 
Service (INS), the U.S. Customs Service (Customs), and other 
Federal agencies. The Committee urges the FAA, FEMA, FBI, INS, 
Customs, and other Federal agencies to establish internal 
biometrics offices to coordinate their agency biometrics 
efforts and to interface with the DoD Biometrics Program. These 
internal biometrics offices should be established within each 
agency's information assurance organization. The Committee also 
encourages the DoD to study near-term mission requirements 
related to these recent events and to report back to the 
Committee no later than April 1, 2002.
    Genomic Medicines.--Of the funds provided for emergency 
expenses to research, develop, and implement biological warfare 
drug therapies, the Committee believes that funding should be 
allocated for the development of a new class of genomic 
medicines for the treatment of acute and chronic disease, using 
programmable DNA-nanobinder technology that enables the rapid 
design of small molecules that target DNA as their receptor in 
order to develop a single therapeutic agent to protect against 
a broad spectrum of possible biological threat, including 
anthrax, small pox, tularemia, glanders, plague, VEE, and 
Ebola.

                              PROCUREMENT


                      Other Procurement, Air Force

    The Committee recommendation includes $210,000,000 for 
increased situational awareness.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 301. The Committee recommendation includes a general 
provision proposed by the Administration which clarifies the 
availability of funds appropriated by Public Law 107-38.
    Sec. 302. The Committee recommendation includes a general 
provision proposed by the Administration which enhances 
Department of Defense support for the 2002 Winter Olympic 
Games.
    Sec. 303. The Committee recommendation includes a general 
provision proposed by the Administration which provides 
compliance with section 504 of the National Security Act of 
1947.

                               CHAPTER 4


                Subcommittee on the District of Columbia


                          DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


                             FEDERAL FUNDS


Federal Payment to the District of Columbia for Emergency Response and 
                                Planning

    The Committee recommends $200,000,000 to be used by the 
Government of the District of Columbia, the Washington Council 
of Governments and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit 
Authority to further train, equip and prepare the District's 
first responders for future threats to security in the Nation's 
Capital. The Committee encourages the Office of Management and 
Budget to apportion these funds appropriately to meet capital 
infrastructure needs.
    The Committee recognizes the unique relationship that 
exists between the city of Washington, D.C. and the Federal 
Government facilities and personnel that operate within the 
city. The District of Columbia provides a home to the Federal 
Government and in that capacity District police and fire 
departments protect and serve the Capital of the United States.
    The Committee recommends $5,000,000 for the Metropolitan 
Washington Council of Governments to enhance emergency 
preparedness coordination among the law enforcement, public 
health and human services agencies of the entire region. The 
Committee is aware of the acute lack of coordination among the 
governments of the metropolitan Washington region prior to the 
September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The 
Committee believes that the most critical area of coordination 
is in developing a regional emergency operations and response 
plan where regional entities collaborate to ensure the safety 
of the region's residents and the operations of the Federal 
Government. The Committee directs the Council of Governments to 
facilitate efficient and integrated communications between 
local, State, and Federal Government leaders. In addition, the 
Committee directs the Council of Governments to identify and 
assess all of the training facilities in the region and provide 
such information to the governments of the District of Columbia 
and the contiguous counties of Maryland and Virginia. The 
Committee encourages local governments to access training 
opportunities offered in other jurisdictions. Finally, the 
Committee encourages the Metropolitan Washington Council of 
Governments to coordinate region-wide disease surveillance with 
the Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Public 
Health Service. The Council of Governments shall coordinate 
their involvement in emergency preparedness planning with the 
Federal Emergency Management Agency to maximize the 
effectiveness of this funding.
    The Committee recommends that the District of Columbia 
examine technology used in other jurisdictions in their 
evaluation of security needs in the District of Columbia. The 
Committee is aware of technology which would enable rapid 
identification and analysis of biological agents by personnel 
or sensors in the field. This type of technology would allow 
District law enforcement personnel to quickly assess and 
respond appropriately to threats to health and security of the 
Nation's Capital.
    The Committee is aware of the critical importance of 
communications to the police, fire, and emergency medical 
personnel who protect our Nation's Capital. The Committee 
further understands that the 800 MHz radio system for the D.C. 
Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service must be enhanced 
to provide improved coverage for the heightened demand they now 
face. These upgrades and improvements are designed to augment 
operational capability and dependability throughout the 
District. Due to increasing demands on these first responders, 
the Committee directs the District to use funds provided in 
this Act to make the appropriate improvements to the 800 MHz 
radio system and that the District notify the House and Senate 
Appropriations Committees within 60 days of enactment as to how 
it intends to make the necessary improvements.

                               CHAPTER 5


              Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development


                      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--CIVIL


                         Department of the Army


                       Corps of Engineers--Civil


                   Operation and Maintenance, General

    The Committee recommends $139,000,000, the amount of the 
administration's request, for Operation and Maintenance, 
General.
    The recommendation provides these funds to support 
increased security at over 300 critical Army Corps of Engineers 
owned and operated infrastructure facilities, particularly at 
critical dams and navigation facilities.

                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                         Bureau of Reclamation


                      Water and Related Resources

    The Committee recommends $30,259,000, the amount of the 
administration's request, for Water and Related Resources.
    The recommendation provides these funds to enhance 
preparedness for possible attacks against Bureau owned and 
operated dams, power plants, and other critical facilities.

                          DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY


                    ATOMIC ENERGY DEFENSE ACTIVITIES


                National Nuclear Security Administration


                           Weapons Activities

    The Committee recommendation provides $106,000,000, the 
amount of the administration's request, for Weapons Activities.
    The recommendation includes funding for additional on-site 
security measures (including cyber security) and plant 
reconfiguration at defense-related national laboratories and 
production plants and for additional transportation safeguards 
and security to protect and prevent sabotage of stockpile 
components and material while in transit.
    The Committee strongly urges the NNSA to use a portion of 
the resources provided to developing its extensive capabilities 
in security and counter-terrorism technologies and making them 
available to other government agencies as appropriate.

                    Other Defense Related Activities


                        Other Defense Activities

    The Committee recommends $3,500,000, the amount of the 
administration's request, for Other Defense Activities.
    The recommended funds are to be used to develop increased 
security measures and accelerated deployment of the civilian 
Biological Aerosol Sentry and Information System (BASIS).
    Within available fiscal year 2002 funds, the Department is 
directed to, in conjunction with other Federal agencies and 
departments, accelerate the development and deployment of the 
PROTECT Program, a chemical agent defensive system to cover 
multiple station and tunnels in a high-threat section of the 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) subway 
system and to expands the program to include one Boston transit 
station.

         Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management

    The Committee recommends $8,200,000, the amount of the 
administration's request, for Defense Environmental Restoration 
and Waste Management.
    The amount recommended by the Committee includes $3,300,000 
for personnel and equipment to increase the protective force 
where nuclear material is concentrated at the Plutonium 
Finishing Plant and the radioactive waste tanks at the Hanford 
Site in Washington State, and $4,900,000 to increase the 
protective force at nuclear material processing and storage 
facilities at the Savannah River site in South Carolina.

                               CHAPTER 6


           Subcommittee on the Interior and Related Agencies


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                         National Park Service


                 Operation of the National Park System

    The Committee recommends $10,098,000 for Operation of the 
National Park System to respond to the September 11, 2001 
terrorist attacks on the United States. Of this amount, 
$6,098,000, as requested, is for increased security patrols and 
communications requirements at high profile locations and 
$4,000,000 is to reimburse the National Park Service for 
relocation of employees to accommodate national security 
requirements. These latter funds were requested by the 
Administration as part of the General Services Administration 
account. The Committee has recommended a direct appropriation 
to the National Park Service in lieu of channeling the funds 
through GSA.

                            U.S. Park Police

    The Committee recommends $25,295,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the National Park Service's U.S. Park 
Police to enhance preparedness for possible attacks against key 
national park sites in New York City and Washington, D.C. These 
include the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Washington 
Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Jefferson Memorial. The 
U.S. Park Police also supports the U.S. Secret Service by 
providing security patrols around the White House perimeter and 
security escorts for Presidential, Vice-Presidential, and other 
motorcades in the Washington, D.C., area.
    Funds are to be used for additional patrols in Washington, 
D.C. and New York City; security equipment upgrades around the 
Washington Mall, including an up-to-date card entry system; and 
to ensure that the U.S. Park Police can complete a third 
recruit class in fiscal year 2002, which is needed to maintain 
adequate force levels.
    With respect to the training of new recruits, the Committee 
is concerned that the past practice of not sending any recruits 
for training until a full class complement of 24 is obtained is 
no longer viable under current circumstances. Indeed, the 
Committee notes that the National Academy of Public 
Administration, in a recent review of Park Police operations 
and management, has been critical of this practice and has 
recommended a more flexible approach to the training of new 
recruits. Therefore, the Committee strongly encourages the Park 
Police to ensure that newly-hired officers receive basic 
training in conjunction with law enforcement rangers. 
Specialized training for Park Police officers, beyond that 
required for law enforcement rangers, can be provided later.

                              Construction

    The Committee recommends $21,624,000, as requested by the 
administration, for National Park Service construction and 
major maintenance to:
    (1) repair public facilities damaged by the attacks; and
    (2) enhance preparedness for possible terrorist attacks 
against the Statue of Liberty and other national icons. Of this 
amount, $16,500,000 is for recovery of Federal Hall, an 
historic building on Wall Street that suffered significant 
structural damage from the collapse of the nearby World Trade 
Center, and $5,124,000 is for increased security equipment at 
the Statue of Liberty in New York and a small number of other 
national monuments that were previously identified as National 
Critical Infrastructure facilities.
    In addition, funds will be used for additional security 
equipment (x-ray machines, magnetometers, security cameras) at 
selected parks, and allow the National Park Service to expand 
the security perimeter around the Statue of Liberty, which will 
expedite the reopening of the Statue of Liberty to visitors.

                          Departmental Offices

    The Committee recommends $2,205,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the Department's Working Capital Fund to 
enhance preparedness for possible attacks against its 
Washington, D.C., headquarters--the Main Interior Building and 
the South Interior Building. The Main Interior Building has 
been identified as a National Critical Infrastructure facility, 
and is one of the largest Federal buildings in Washington, 
housing approximately 2,500 employees. Funds will be used to 
increase contract guard services and upgrade security 
equipment, including x-ray machines, magnetometers, and 
security cameras.

                            RELATED AGENCIES


                        Smithsonian Institution


                         Salaries and Expenses

    The Committee recommends $21,707,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the Smithsonian Institution. Of this 
amount, $96,000 is for clean up at the G.G. Heye Center of the 
National Museum of the American Indian in New York City, which 
was affected by the September 11 attacks. The remainder is for 
increased security at Smithsonian facilities in Washington, 
D.C.

             John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts


                       Operations and Maintenance

    The Committee recommends $4,310,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the John F. Kennedy Center for the 
Performing Arts' Operations and Maintenance account. These 
funds will provide for enhancements in security equipment and 
manpower.

                        National Gallery of Art


                         Salaries and Expenses

    The Committee recommends $2,148,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the National Gallery of Art to maintain the 
heightened security level instituted after September 11, 2001, 
and to improve security operations.

                  National Capital Planning Commission


                         Salaries and Expenses

    The Committee recommends $758,000, as requested by the 
administration, for the National Capital Planning Commission 
(NCPC) for continued efforts related to the Interagency Urban 
Design and Security Task Force, the Urban Design and Security 
Plan, and planning and design of physical perimeter security 
and urban design plans for Federal buildings in the monument 
core. These funds will be used to hire consultants with 
expertise in security planning and design to handle the 
expected increase in workload due to the September 11 terrorist 
attacks. All exterior improvements/changes to Federal buildings 
in the National Capital Region must get approval by NCPC before 
being implemented.

                               CHAPTER 7


 Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and 
                            Related Agencies


                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR


                 Employment and Training Administration


                    Training and Employment Services

    The Committee recommendation includes $32,500,000 for 
training and employment services to be provided through the 
Consortium for Worker Education, which has been established by 
the New York City Central Labor Council and the New York City 
Partnership for an Emergency Employment Clearinghouse. These 
funds will help serve the tens of thousands of persons who lost 
their jobs as a result of the September 11, 2001 terrorist 
attacks on the World Trade Center.

     state unemployment insurance and employment service operations

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request of $4,100,000 for State Unemployment Insurance and 
Employment Service Operations, to help New York recover from 
damages incurred as a result of the September 11th attacks. A 
major component of New York's telephone claims capability for 
processing unemployment insurance claims was lost, resulting in 
the need to deploy staff to take claims in person. In addition, 
New York suffered a total loss of an Unemployment Insurance 
field office for tax and quality assurance, requiring 
replacement of space, equipment, and furniture.

                     WORKERS COMPENSATION PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommendation includes $175,000,000 for 
payment to the New York State Workers Compensation Review 
Board, for processing of claims related to the terrorists 
attacks. Of this amount, $125,000,000 is for payment to the New 
York State Workers Compensation Review Board, for claims 
processing; 25,000,000 is for payment to the New York State 
Uninsured Employees Fund, for reimbursement of claims related 
to the terrorist attacks; and $25,000,000 is for payment to the 
New York State Uninsured Employers Fund, for reimbursement of 
claims related to the first response emergency services 
personnel who were injured, were disabled, or died due to the 
terrorist attacks.

              Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request of $1,600,000 for the Department of Labor's Pension and 
Welfare Benefits Administration (PWBA), for recovery from the 
destruction of its New York regional office.

             Occupational Safety and Health Administration


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request of $1,000,000 for the Occupational Safety and Health 
Administration (OSHA). This includes funding for reconstitution 
of OSHA's Manhattan office, which was completely destroyed in 
the attacks, and continued on-site monitoring to ensure the 
safety and health of recovery workers.

                        Departmental Management


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request of $5,880,000 for the Department of Labor Office of the 
Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management to 
address immediate security needs and recover offices that were 
destroyed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


               Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


                Disease Control, Research, and Training

    The Committee recommendation includes $12,000,000 for 
additional screening and other programs related to work 
performed relative to the events of September 11, 2001. This 
includes monitoring the health of workers directly involved in 
rescue and recovery efforts, as well as baseline and long-term 
health monitoring of these individuals. CDC should coordinate 
its efforts with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the 
Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Labor, the 
State of New York, the City of New York, and affected labor 
organizations.

                     National Institutes of Health


          National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

    The Committee recommendation includes $10,500,000 for 
carrying out research and worker training activities authorized 
by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and 
Liability Act of 1980. These funds are for World Trade Center 
response actions, including exposure assessment, epidemiology 
studies, community outreach and education, training new Hazmat 
teams for the New York City Fire Department, training 
environmental remediation workers, health and safety training 
for site cleanup workers, training and certification in the use 
of personnel protection equipment in the cleanup effort, and 
weapons of mass destruction training for the Hazmat workforce.

                        Office of the Secretary


            public health and social services emergency fund

    The Committee recommends $140,000,000 for Grants for 
Immediate Response. The Department has provided $35,000,000 to 
help pay for direct healthcare related costs incurred by 
organizations as a result of the September 11th terrorist 
attacks. The response to the program exceeded the availably of 
funds. These additional funds will reimburse organizations such 
as hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, 
dialysis facilities, durable medical equipment suppliers and 
transportation providers which have incurred expenses or 
experienced revenue losses. Examples of allowable costs include 
personnel costs, supplies and contractual expenses. Funds will 
not be available for costs that have otherwise been reimbursed 
or are eligible for reimbursement from other sources such as 
from FEMA.

                        DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION


              Office of Elementary and Secondary Education


                      school improvement programs

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request to enable the Department of Education to provide crisis 
recovery services in New York and other jurisdictions for 
students, educators, and their families under the Safe and 
Drug-Free Schools and Communities National Programs Project 
SERV (School Emergency Response to Violence). The $10,000,000 
recommended would support activities such as counseling and 
mental health assessments, referrals, and other activities that 
are essential to restore the teaching and learning environment 
in schools.

                            RELATED AGENCIES


                     Social Security Administration


                 limitation on administrative expenses

    The Committee recommendation concurs with the budget 
request of $7,500,000 to enable the Social Security 
Administration to cover additional costs incurred as a result 
of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Funds will be used to 
pay for infrastructure costs, including space, furniture, and 
supplies for employees relocated from damaged offices, and to 
provide increased security levels for key Social Security 
Administration facilities.

                     National Labor Relations Board


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee concurs with the budget request of $180,000 
for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) to upgrade locks 
on external doors in NLRB offices located in facilities not 
controlled by the General Services Administration.

                               CHAPTER 8


                 Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch


                           LEGISLATIVE BRANCH


                              JOINT ITEMS


               Legislative Branch Emergency Response Fund

                     (Including Transfer of Funds)

    The Committee recommends $256,081,000 for the legislative 
branch to ensure the continuance of government; to enhance the 
safety and security of legislative branch offices, systems and 
employees; and to meet the needs arising from the recent 
anthrax-related events. Of this amount, $34,500,000 is to be 
transferred to the Senate, $40,712,000 to the House, and the 
remaining $180,869,000 is to be transferred to the Capitol 
Police Board for transfer to other affected entities of the 
legislative branch, in such amounts as are approved by the 
House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. These amounts 
are intended to cover additional expenses resulting from 
terrorist attacks on the United States, such as the costs of 
increased security measures including perimeter security; the 
development and execution of contingency plans to relocate 
Members and Congressional staff and other employees of the 
legislative branch; and to cover the costs of responding to 
recent anthrax-related events including remediation and new 
mail handling protocols within the legislative branch.
    The Committee expects there will be full audibility, 
accountability and transparency for all funds allocated from 
the Emergency Response Fund. Several projects require more 
thorough review and analysis, such as a new Command Center for 
the Capitol Police, and the Committee fully expects to be 
provided detailed spending proposals for such projects and 
expects such projects to be subject to appropriate protocols 
for review. Further, the Committee directs the Capitol Police 
Board to submit quarterly status reports on all projects (other 
than those for the House, Senate, General Accounting Office and 
Government Printing Office) including those activities which 
have been funded from the first $20,000,000,000 provided by 
Public Law 107-38. Expenditure of all such funds is subject to 
the reprogramming guidelines specified in the joint statement 
of the managers accompanying the conference report on the 
Legislative Branch Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2002.
    Significant costs have been incurred by the legislative 
branch to respond to the anthrax-related events at the Capitol 
complex; approximately $24,000,000 has been included in this 
bill for Capitol Police, Architect of the Capitol, House, 
Senate, General Accounting Office and other agencies for 
anthrax-related costs.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $9,000,000 for the 
Library of Congress for new mail handling protocols and 
$4,200,000 for addressing backlogged mail and associated 
requirements at the Library; $5,000,000 for the General 
Accounting Office for such items as emergency preparedness 
plans and additional audit and investigative work for 
biological and chemical warfare; $1,400,000 for the National 
Guard to provide relief to the Capitol Police; and $4,000,000 
for the Government Printing Office to enable limited continuity 
of GPO operations in support of the Government's printing, 
printing procurement, and information dissemination functions. 
These amounts may change as needs continue to evolve.
    In view of the critical need to increase the U.S. Capitol 
Police force, the Committee recommends an FTE level of 1,981.

                                 SENATE


                       Administrative Provisions

    The Committee has included two administrative provisions 
for the Senate.
    Section 801 authorizes the Senate Sergeant at Arms to 
acquire buildings and facilities to respond to an emergency 
situation.
    Section 802 authorizes the Senate Sergeant at Arms to enter 
into a memorandum of understanding with an Executive Agency 
under which the agency may provide facilities and other 
services during emergency situations, consistent with Senate 
procurement regulations.

                        OTHER LEGISLATIVE BRANCH


                       Administrative Provisions

    The Committee has included four administrative provisions 
for the Legislative Branch.
    Section 803 increases the salary for the Chief and 
Assistant Chief of the Capitol Police.
    Section 804 authorizes assistance from the Executive branch 
for the Capitol Police.
    Section 805 authorizes the Chief of the Capitol Police in 
emergency situations, to deputize members of the National 
Guard, members of components of the Armed Forces, and Federal, 
State or local law enforcement officers as may be necessary to 
address that emergency.
    Section 806 authorizes the U.S. Capitol Preservation 
Commission to transfer funds from the Capitol Preservation Fund 
to the Architect of the Capitol for the Capitol Visitor Center.

                               CHAPTER 9


                 Subcommittee on Military Construction


                         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION


                  Military Construction, Defense-wide

    The Committee recommends $510,000,000 for Military 
Construction, Defense-wide, including $475,000,000 for Pentagon 
reconstruction and $35,000,000 to enhance security and for 
hardening measures at chemical demilitarization facilities.

                      Military Construction, Army

    The Department of the Army has requested $20,700,000 for 
military construction costs associated with projects in 
classified locations following the September 11, 2001, 
terrorist attacks. The Committee recommends funding the full 
amount of the requests.

                      Military Construction, Navy

    The Department of the Navy has requested $2,000,000 for 
military construction costs associated with a classified 
project following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. 
The Committee recommends funding the full amount of the 
request.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

    The Department of the Air Force has requested $47,700,000 
for military construction costs associated with projects in 
classified locations following the September 11, 2001, 
terrorist attacks. The Committee recommends funding the full 
amount of the requests.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 901. Authorizes the Secretary of Defense to use funds 
appropriated in Public Law 107-38 and this Act for military 
construction projects not otherwise authorized by law if such 
projects are necessary to respond to acts or threatened acts of 
terrorism.
    Sec. 902. It is the intent of the Committee that the 
authority provided under Title 10, United States Code, Section 
2808 does not apply to Military Construction Appropriations 
Acts in fiscal year 2002 or prior years.

                               CHAPTER 10


          Subcommittee on Transportation and Related Agencies


                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


                        Office of the Secretary


                         Salaries and Expenses

    The Committee recommends $1,500,000 for the Office of 
Intelligence and Security within the Office of the Secretary of 
Transportation. The amount provided is the same as the 
President's request. These funds will be used to better enable 
the Office of the Secretary to rapidly implement new 
transportation policies and procedures in response to the 
attacks of September 11th, as well as develop near- and long-
term action plans for mitigating future terrorist threats.

                        Payments To Air Carriers

                    (Airport and Airway Trust Fund)

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$57,000,000 for the Payments To Air Carriers (Essential Air 
Service) program. As a result of the economic upheavals in the 
aviation industry following the attacks of September 11th, an 
increasing number of commercial air carriers have notified the 
Department of Transportation of their intention to eliminate 
the sole remaining commercial air service to several 
communities across the country. In addition, air carriers that 
provide subsidized service through the Essential Air Service 
program have, in many instances, demanded increased subsidy 
rates as their contracts have come up for renewal. These 
additional funds will bring total program funding to the level 
of $120,000,000 in fiscal year 2002. This amount should be 
sufficient to maintain commercial air service to all eligible 
communities.

                              Coast Guard


                           Operating Expenses

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$273,350,000 for the operating expenses of the United States 
Coast Guard. The amount provided is $70,350,000 more than the 
President's request. Since the attacks of September 11th, the 
Coast Guard has been required to drastically reorient its 
operating posture around the requirements of homeland security. 
As a result, the Coast Guard's level of effort for critical 
missions including drug interdiction, fisheries enforcement, 
and migrant interdiction have been dramatically scaled back. In 
certain areas, even the Coast Guard's responsiveness to 
potential Search and Rescue (SAR) cases has been sacrificed as 
floating assets have been moved from SAR stations to internal 
ports in order to better protect critical national assets from 
potential terrorist attacks. Some Coast Guard surf stations 
have been required to attempt SAR cases without the benefit of 
their only surf-capable vessel.
    While the President's request includes $9,690,000 for the 
establishment of two active duty Maritime Safety and Security 
Teams, the Committee finds this request to be insufficient. The 
request would provide for only one team for both the Atlantic 
and Pacific operating areas, providing little permanent relief 
to regular operating units so that they can, once again, pursue 
all of their multi-mission responsibilities. As such, the 
Committee has provided a total of $29,070,000 and 522 full-time 
permanent staff years for the establishment of six such teams. 
This appropriation will allow for one team with area-wide 
responsibilities on both the East and West coast. In addition, 
the Committee directs that the four remaining teams be located 
in those Port areas that present the greatest Port Security 
challenges, especially those ports with a substantial 
concentration of critical Department of Defense facilities and 
a shortage of alternative floating assets. Those units will be 
responsible solely to the Port Security needs in those ports 
and should allow the other operating units in those regions to 
return to their other critical responsibilities.
    The Committee has also provided $50,970,000 for the 
uncompensated pay and benefit costs associated with the pending 
National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). For several years, 
the Coast Guard has been required to absorb within its budget 
the costs associated with mandatory pay and benefit expenses 
that have never been acknowledged in the President's budget 
request. As such, the Coast Guard has continually been required 
to slow its operating tempo or sacrifice critical maintenance 
activities as funds have been diverted from unit operating and 
maintenance budgets to personnel costs. The additional amount 
provided reflects the estimated funding shortfall that will 
occur upon enactment of the NDAA. Absent this appropriation, 
the Coast Guard will be unable to maintain its current homeland 
defense operating posture.

                    Federal Aviation Administration


                               Operations

                    (Airport and Airway Trust Fund)

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$300,000,000 for the Operations budget of the Federal Aviation 
Administration. The amount provided is the same as the 
President's request. The funds provided will finance upgrades 
to aircraft cockpit security through cooperative agreements 
with air carriers. Funding will also be used to offset all or 
part of the cost to individual airlines to strengthen cockpit 
doors, add locking devices, improve cabin surveillance, and 
upgrade aircraft transponders.

                        Facilities and Equipment

                    (Airport and Airway Trust Fund)

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$108,500,000 for the Facilities and Equipment budget of the 
Federal Aviation Administration. The amount provided is the 
same as the President's request. This funding will permit the 
accelerated purchase of planned security equipment for airport 
baggage and passenger screening. These accelerated purchases 
will serve to improve more rapidly the current quality and 
level of screening to mitigate terrorist threats to aircraft. 
Equipment to be purchased includes explosives detection 
systems, trace detection devices, threat-image projection x-
rays, and computer-based training modules.

                 Research, Engineering and Development

                    (Airport and Airway Trust Fund)

    The Committee has provided an additional amount of 
$12,000,000 for aviation research, engineering, and 
development. These funds, in combination with $38,000,000 
included in division C of this bill, will provide a total of 
$50,000,000 to this activity. These funds are to be made 
available solely for proof-of-concept testing of emerging 
technologies that enhance domestic and international aviation 
safety and security. Since the attacks of September 11th, the 
FAA has been pursuing several new technologies but has had 
little opportunity or financing to deploy these technologies in 
the field for testing. The funding provided will address this 
shortfall in order to speed the deployment of the most 
promising of these technologies. Within the funds provided for 
FAA, the Committee encourages the FAA to consider the 
establishment of education and training centers for all aspects 
of aviation security and safety. These higher education-based 
centers could be beneficial in developing and implementing 
training standards for personnel associated with aviation and 
those personnel who have airport access.

                     Federal Highway Administration


                      Miscellaneous Appropriations

    The Committee has provided a total of $110,000,000 for 
miscellaneous appropriations within the Federal Highway 
Administration. The amount provided is $100,000,000 more than 
the President's request. Within the amount provided, 
$10,000,000 shall be for expenses related to traffic controls 
and detours in New York City and for the repair and 
reconstruction of non-Federal-aid highways destroyed or damaged 
by the collapse of the World Trade Center buildings. In 
addition, $100,000,000 shall be for the critical expansion of 
interstate ferry service necessitated by the attacks of 
September 11th. Prior to those attacks, 67,000 daily commuters 
utilized the PATH transit service between New Jersey and the 
World Trade Center. The Committee directs that these funds be 
made available to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey 
so that the authority can continue to expand critical ferry 
services in the New York and New Jersey region.

                          Federal-Aid Highway

                            Emergency Relief

                          (Highway Trust Fund)

    The Committee has provided $75,000,000 for the Emergency 
Relief program within the Federal Highway Administration, 
consistent with the President's request. These funds will be 
derived from the Highway account of the Highway Trust Fund. 
These funds will be used to fund repairs and reconstruction of 
Federal-aid highway which were damaged or destroyed by the 
collapse of the World Trade Center buildings.

                    Federal Railroad Administration


                         Safety and Operations

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of $6,000,000 
for the Safety and Operations account of the Federal Railroad 
Administration. The amount provided is the same as the 
Administration's request. These additional funds will provide 
for overtime expenses and hiring of police and security 
officers related to the security and inspection of rail 
infrastructure; additional security personnel, costs associated 
with increased Safety Inspector travel, and other security 
measures.

     Capital Grants To The National Railroad Passenger Corporation

    The Committee has provided an additional $100,000,000 for 
capital grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation 
(AMTRAK). These funds will be used solely to enhance the safety 
and security of the aged Amtrak-owned rail tunnels under the 
East and Hudson Rivers. Amtrak, in combination with the 
regional commuter rail authorities that utilize these tunnels, 
have a multi-year plan in place to address these deficiencies. 
The funds provided should enable these problems to be addressed 
more rapidly to better protect rail passengers and better 
ensure the continued continuity of service in the event of 
another terrorist incident.

                     Federal Transit Administration


                             Formula Grants

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$23,500,000 for the Formula Grants account of the Federal 
Transit Administration. The amount provided is the same as the 
Administration's request. These supplemental funds will finance 
the replacement of buses and transit kiosks that were destroyed 
by the collapse of the World Trade Center; technical assistance 
for transit agencies to refine and develop security and 
emergency response plans; the acceleration and expansion of the 
PROTECT Program aimed at detecting chemical and biological 
agents in transit stations; emergency response drills with 
transit agencies and local first response agencies; and 
security training for transit operators.

                       Capital Investment Grants

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of 
$100,000,000 for capital investment grants within the Federal 
Transit Administration. These funds will be used solely to 
assist those transit agencies that were most impacted by the 
terrorist attacks of September 11th. Specifically, the change 
in commuting patterns forced by the destruction of the World 
Trade Center and its PATH station has placed extraordinary 
pressure on other area transit facilities, especially those 
serving interstate commuters. The funds provided should be used 
to accelerate transit improvements that are underway in the 
region as well as initiate transit improvements that are 
necessary to better accommodate the new commuting patterns in 
the region. None of these funds should be made available to the 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) as their 
security needs are addressed elsewhere in the bill.

              Research and Special Programs Administration


                     Research and Special Programs

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of $6,000,000 
for the Research and Special Programs Administration. The 
amount provided is the same as the Administration's request. 
These funds will be finance necessary improvements to the 
Department of Transportation's Crisis Management Center and 
related emergency facilities run by the Research and Special 
Programs Administration. These improvements are needed in light 
of emergency response shortcomings discovered during the 
September 11th attacks. This funding will provide for upgrades 
to DOT's emergency communication infrastructure to better 
enable continuous communication with each modal administration 
during emergencies.

                    Office of the Inspector General


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of $2,000,000 
for the Department of Transportation Office of the Inspector 
General (OIG). These funds will be used to assist the OIG in 
meeting several of the new responsibilities that have been 
given to the office in the wake of the attacks of September 
11th. These include new responsibilities associated with the 
Transportation Security Act as well as the border security 
audit responsibilities included in the Transportation and 
Related Agencies Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2002.

                  National Transportation Safety Board


                         Salaries and Expenses

    The Committee recommends an additional amount of $836,000 
for the National Transportation Safety Board. The amount 
provided is the same as the Administration's request. This 
funding will cover additional travel, per diem, and personnel 
expenses in the areas of family assistance support, location 
and recovery of flight recorders and aircraft wreckage and 
laboratory services. The requested amount also includes funds 
to support necessary upgrades and other security measures.

                               CHAPTER 11


            Subcommittee on Treasury and General Government


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY


           Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

    The Committee recommends $2,032,000 to enable the Treasury 
Inspector General for Tax Administration to replace equipment 
and offices destroyed by the terrorist attack on the World 
Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001.

                  Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

    The Committee recommends $1,700,000 to enable the Financial 
Crimes Enforcement Network to hire additional financial 
intelligence support staff and expand its Secure 
Compartmentalized Intelligence Facility in response to the 
September 11 terrorist attacks. The additional staff will 
assist the financial crimes/money laundering component of the 
investigation into the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks.

                Federal Law Enforcement Training Center


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $22,846,000 to enable the Federal 
Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) to provide basic and 
advanced training to the law enforcement community in response 
to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. FLETC anticipates 
training additional Federal Aviation Administration Sky 
Marshals, Customs Service inspectors and agents, Immigration 
and Naturalization Service agents, Border Patrol inspectors, 
and other law enforcement personnel.

                      Financial Management Service


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $600,000 to enable the Financial 
Management Service (FMS) to conduct vulnerability assessments, 
develop and maintain Emergency Management, Disaster Recovery 
and Contingency Plans, and conduct security tests and exercises 
at all FMS facilities.

                Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $31,431,000 to provide for: 
overtime and travel for Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) 
agents; the replacement of vehicles, radios, computers, 
technical equipment and other investigative equipment lost at 
World Trade Center offices; additional personnel for terrorism 
investigations; and enhancement of ATF's explosives detection 
canine program.

                     United States Customs Service


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $127,603,000 for the Customs 
Service to improve and expand airport and aviation security as 
well as to increase efforts of and provide overtime for 
inspectors at high-risk seaports and land borders. Funding is 
also included for the cost of equipment replacement that was 
destroyed in the attack. Funds are provided to hire additional 
inspectors, agents and canine enforcement teams to combat 
terrorism at land borders and seaports, with a particular focus 
on staffing along the Northern Border.

  operation, maintenance and procurement, air and marine interdiction 
                                programs

    The Committee recommends $6,700,000 to support increased 
air security necessary since September 11, 2001.

                        Internal Revenue Service


                 processing, assistance, and management

    The Committee recommends $16,658,000 to enable the Internal 
Revenue Service (IRS) to replace equipment and offices 
destroyed by the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 
New York on September 11, 2001. It will also fund customer 
service to help taxpayers impacted by the attack, and enhance 
security at critical IRS facilities.

                          tax law enforcement

    The Committee recommends $4,544,000 to enable the Internal 
Revenue Service to replace equipment and offices destroyed by 
the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York on 
September 11, 2001, and to increase its participation in 
investigative activities to combat terrorism.

                          information systems

    The Committee recommends $15,991,000 to enable the Internal 
Revenue Service to replace equipment destroyed by the terrorist 
attack on the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 
2001, and to ensure the continued protection of the Nation's 
taxpayer data.

                      United States Secret Service


                         salaries and expenses

    The Committee recommends $104,769,000 to provide for: 
overtime and travel for Secret Service agents; the replacement 
of vehicles, radios, computers, technical equipment, and 
protective equipment lost at World Trade Center offices; 
additional personnel; technical equipment and training for 
terrorism detection, investigations, and preparedness; and 
additional security measures for the White House.

                   EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT


                        Office of Administration

    The Committee recommends $29,193,000 for the Executive 
Office of the President to meet additional requirements in 
response to the September 11 terrorist attacks and to ensure 
the continuity of support and services to the President and 
Vice President of the United States. The Office of 
Administration shall consult with the Committees on 
Appropriations on the planned use of these funds not later than 
January 15, 2002.

                          INDEPENDENT AGENCIES


                    General Services Administration


                        real property activities

                         federal buildings fund

    The Committee recommends $126,500,000 for the Federal 
Buildings Fund to increase security services nationwide at 
Federal buildings, for replacement space costs in New York 
City, for additional security equipment nationwide, and other 
security costs.

              National Archives and Records Administration


                           operating expenses

    The Committee recommends $4,818,000 for additional guard 
services at NARA-owned facilities.

                        repairs and restorations

    The Committee recommends $2,180,000 for building security 
upgrades at NARA-owned facilities, including entrance barriers, 
magnetometers, and security cameras.

                               CHAPTER 12


   Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development


                     DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS


                      CONSTRUCTION, MAJOR PROJECTS

    The Committee provides $2,000,000 for a comprehensive 
security evaluation of all Veterans Affairs' facilities 
throughout the nation.

              DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT


                   Community Planning and Development


                       COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUND

    The Committee provides $2,000,000,000 for community 
development block grants to assist in the recovery efforts 
related to the attacks of September 11, 2001. The Committee has 
included bill language waiving certain requirements of the 
Community Development Block Grant program consistent with 
waiver authority previously granted in Public Law 107-73.
    The Committee is concerned that assistance to individuals 
and small businesses in lower Manhattan needs to be obligated 
as quickly as possible. Toward that end, the Committee 
recommends that no less than $500,000,000 shall be available 
for grants to individuals, nonprofits and small businesses in 
lower Manhattan that suffered losses due to the September 11 
attacks. The Committee directs that the grants be awarded 
through a corporation to be established no later than 45 days 
from enactment.
    The corporation would provide grants of up to $500,000 
unless a higher amount is deemed necessary by the corporation, 
to individuals, nonprofits or small businesses located south of 
Canal Street who may have suffered a disruption of power, 
disruption of telecommunication capacity, damage to physical 
infrastructure or disruption in access to a facility. The 
provision would require that a mechanism be created and begin 
accepting grant applications no later than 45 days after 
enactment of this bill and, to the extent practicable, 
applications be processed and grants awarded no later than 45 
days after an application is filed. In cases where there is 
unavoidable delay, advance or partial payments may be 
appropriate.
    Under this provision, grants could be made for specified 
damages including an insured or underinsured property loss; 
damage to, or destruction of tangible assets and inventory; 
business interruption loss; overhead costs; employee wages for 
work not performed; an insurance deductible; temporary 
relocation expenses; debris removal and other clean-up costs. 
The burden of demonstrating the injury suffered by the claimant 
shall be on the claimant. If documentary evidence is not 
reasonably available, the Corporation may pay a claim based on 
an affidavit or other documentation executed by the claimant. 
In calculating business interruption losses, the Committee 
recommends the Corporation use as a guide the manual prepared 
by Price Waterhouse Coopers for the Cerro Grande fire claims.
    Any payments made under this program would be reduced by 
paid or projected insurance policy payments, as well as 
benefits under the public assistance program, individual 
assistance program, or other Federal program.
    No later than one year following creation of the mechanism 
to review and process claims, the Corporation shall submit to 
Congress a report that describes the claims submitted under 
this program, including, with respect to each claim: the amount 
claimed; a brief description of the nature of the claim, and; 
the status or disposition of the claim, including the amount of 
any payment on the claim.
    The HUD Inspector General shall submit a semi-annual report 
to the Committees on Appropriations regarding all activities 
of, and payments made by, the Corporation.

                     Management and Administration


                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

    The Committee provides $1,000,000, to relocate the New York 
office of the Inspector General previously located in the World 
Trade Center and replace office and investigative equipment 
lost as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks.

                          INDEPENDENT AGENCIES


                    Environmental Protection Agency


                         SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    The Committee provides $41,514,000 for Science and 
Technology. Of the amount provided, $6,040,000 is to assess and 
improve building security at EPA laboratory sites around the 
Nation; $34,000,000 is for drinking water vulnerability 
assessments; and $1,474,000 is for projected needs and to 
reimburse EPA for anthrax decontamination related activities 
undertaken at locations around the country, including the 
Brentwood Postal facility and U.S. Capitol complex.

                 ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAMS AND MANAGEMENT

    The Committee provides $32,194,000 for Environmental 
Programs and Management. The Committee's recommendation 
includes: $670,000 for temporary relocation costs of the Region 
2 New York office and for computer and telecommunications 
equipment damaged by the September 11th terrorist attacks; 
$500,000 to develop technical materials to support drinking 
water vulnerability assessments; $24,000,000 to assess and 
improve building security at EPA non-laboratory sites around 
the Nation; and $7,024,000 for projected needs and to reimburse 
EPA for anthrax decontamination related activities undertaken 
at locations around the country, including the Brentwood Postal 
facility and U.S. Capitol complex.

                     HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE SUPERFUND

    The Committee provides $18,292,000 for Hazardous Substance 
Superfund. The Committee's recommendation includes: $5,500,000 
to establish a West Coast based immediate response team; and 
$290,000 for temporary relocation costs of the Region 2 New 
York office and for computer and telecommunications equipment 
damaged by the September 11th terrorist attacks; and 
$12,502,000 for projected needs and to reimburse EPA for 
anthrax decontamination related activities undertaken at 
locations around the country, including the Brentwood Postal 
facility and U.S. Capitol complex facilities.

                   STATE AND TRIBAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS

    The Committee provides $5,000,000 for grants to States for 
State counterterrorism coordinators to work with EPA and 
drinking water utilities to undertake drinking water 
assessments and other activities related to potential terrorism 
threats to drinking water supply systems.

                  Federal Emergency Management Agency


                            DISASTER RELIEF

    The Committee provides $5,822,722,000, for continuing 
disaster relief efforts in response to the September 11th 
terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The 
funding under this section shall cover all eligible activities 
such as debris removal, individual assistance, and 
infrastructure repair for the Metropolitan Transportation 
Authority, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and 
the City University of New York.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The Committee provides $30,000,000 for the Office of 
National Preparedness (ONP) to improve the Federal Government's 
capabilities to prepare for, and respond to, acts of terrorism. 
However, the Committee seeks further clarification about the 
role for this office in light of the new Office of Homeland 
Security and the Department of Justice's Office of State and 
Local Domestic Preparedness Support. Therefore, the Committee 
directs FEMA to report to the Committees on Appropriations by 
February 15, 2002 on the structure of the ONP, including a 
staffing plan, and its duties and functions in relation to 
other agencies involved in Homeland security.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration


                           HUMAN SPACE FLIGHT

    The Committee's recommendation includes $64,500,000 for 
NASA to increase security at 10 field centers and at NASA 
headquarters. These funds will provide additional security 
personnel; modifications to security perimeters; construction 
of additional checkpoints; additional security monitoring and 
communications equipment; relocation of critical functions and 
personnel; and increased air and sea patrols at the Kennedy 
Space Center in Florida.

                  SCIENCE, AERONAUTICS AND TECHNOLOGY

    The Committee provides $28,600,000 to increase security at 
field offices and at NASA facilities dedicated to science, 
aeronautics and technology development. These funds will 
provide resources for the costs of: additional security 
personnel; modifications to security perimeters; construction 
of additional checkpoints; additional security monitoring and 
communications equipment; and relocation of critical functions 
and personnel.

                           OFFICE OF SECURITY

    In August 2001, NASA established the Office of Security 
Management and Safeguards under the direction of an Associate 
Administrator reporting directly to the NASA Administrator. The 
Associate Administrator for Security Management and Safeguards 
is the senior security and counterintelligence advisor to the 
NASA Administrator, with ultimate authority for NASA-wide 
security and programmatic counterintelligence operations, 
processes, functions, and activities, as well as administrative 
authority over NASA security funds. The Committee supports the 
establishment of the Office of Security Management and 
Safeguards, and the full authority of this Office over Agency-
wide security and counterintelligence activities and funding. 
Consequently, the Committee directs that NASA identify funding 
from within available Agency resources to provide for 
approximately 35 FTE to staff the Office of Security Management 
and Safeguards at NASA Headquarters and at NASA's field 
Centers.

                      National Science Foundation


                    RESEARCH AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

    The Committee provides the Administration's request of 
$300,000 for additional security measures to be implemented at 
National Science Foundation research support facilities.

                          COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                  Recommendation
                                                                  Supplemental      Committee      compared to
                                                                    request      recommendation      request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                          DIVISION B

                           CHAPTER 1

                   DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Office of the Secretary.......................................          45,188   ..............         -45,188
                       RELATED AGENCIES

Commodity Futures Trading Commission..........................           6,495           10,000          +3,505
Special supplemental nutrition program for women, infants, and  ...............          39,000         +39,000
 children (WIC)...............................................
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 1........................................          51,683           49,000          -2,683

                           CHAPTER 2

                     DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                    General Administration

Patriot Act...................................................  ...............          25,000         +25,000
Administrative review and appeals.............................           3,500            3,500  ...............

                       Legal Activities

Salaries and expenses, General legal activities...............          12,500            6,250          -6,250
Salaries and expenses, United States Attorneys................          74,600           74,600  ...............
Salaries and expenses, United States Marshals Service.........          11,100           11,100  ...............

                Federal Bureau of Investigation

Salaries and expenses.........................................         538,500          538,500  ...............

            Immigration and Naturalization Service

Salaries and expenses.........................................         399,400          399,400  ...............

                  Office of Justice Programs

Crime victims fund............................................          68,100           68,100  ...............
State and local law enforcement assistance....................           4,400          236,900        +232,500

                    DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

              Economic Development Administration

Salaries and expenses.........................................             335              335  ...............

              International Trade Administration

Operations and administration.................................           1,500            1,500  ...............

                     Export Administration

Operations and administration.................................           1,756            1,756  ...............

        National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Operations, research and facilities...........................           2,750            2,750  ...............

           United States Patent and Trademark Office

Salaries and expenses.........................................           3,360            3,360  ...............

        National Institute of Standards and Technology

Scientific and technical research and sevices.................             400              400  ...............
Construction of research facilities...........................           1,225            1,225  ...............

  National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Public telecommunications facilities, planning and                       8,250            8,250  ...............
 construction.................................................

                    Departmental Management

Salaries and expenses.........................................           7,276              881          -6,395

                         THE JUDICIARY

              Supreme Court of the United States

Care of Buildings and Grounds.................................          10,000           30,000         +20,000

Court of Appeals, District Courts, and Other Judicial Services

Salaries and expenses.........................................  ...............           5,000          +5,000
Court security................................................          21,500           57,521         +36,021
Administrative Office of the United States Courts.............  ...............           2,879          +2,879

                       RELATED AGENCIES

            Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Salaries and expenses.........................................           1,301            1,301  ...............

              Securities and Exchange Commission

Salaries and expenses.........................................          20,705           20,705  ...............

                 Small Business Administration

Disaster loans................................................         150,000          150,000  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 2........................................       1,342,458        1,651,213        +308,755

                           CHAPTER 3

                DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--MILITARY

                   Operation and Maintenance

Defense Emergency Reponse Fund................................       7,045,969        6,558,569        -487,400
    Transfer to Department of State, Nonproliferation, Anti-    ...............  ..............  ...............
     Terrorism, Demining and Related Programs.................

                          Procurement

Other Procurement, Air Force..................................         303,000          210,000         -93,000
                                                               =================================================
      Total, chapter 3........................................       7,348,969        6,768,569        -580,400

                           CHAPTER 4

                         FEDERAL FUNDS

Federal Payments to the District of Columbia..................          25,000          155,900        +130,900
Federal Payment to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit     ...............          39,100         +39,100
 Authority....................................................
Federal payment to the Metropolitan Washington................  ...............  ..............  ...............
    Council of Governments....................................  ...............           5,000          +5,000
                                                               =================================================
      Total, chapter 4........................................          25,000          200,000        +175,000

                           CHAPTER 5

                 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--CIVIL

                    Department of the Army

                   Corps of Engineers--Civil

Operation and Maintenance, General............................         139,000          139,000  ...............

                  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                     Bureau of Reclamation

Water and related resources...................................          30,259           30,259  ...............

                     DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

           National Nuclear Security Administration

Weapons activities............................................         106,000          106,000  ...............
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation..............................  ...............  ..............  ...............

               Other Defense Related Activities

Defense environmental restoration and waste management........           8,200            8,200  ...............
Other defense activities......................................           3,500            3,500  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 5........................................         286,959          286,959  ...............

                          CHAPTER 5A

                      FOREIGN ASSISTANCE

             Agency for International Development

Operating expenses (transfer).................................         (50,000)  ..............        (-50,000)

                           CHAPTER 6

                  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                     National Park Service

Operation of the National Park System.........................           6,098           10,098          +4,000
United States Park Police.....................................          25,295           25,295  ...............
Construction and major maintenance............................          21,624           21,624  ...............

                     Departmental Offices

Working capital fund..........................................           2,205            2,205  ...............

                       RELATED AGENCIES

             National Capital Planning Commission

Salaries and expenses.........................................             758              758  ...............

                    Smithsonian Institution

Salaries and expenses.........................................          21,707           21,707  ...............

        John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Operations and Maintenance....................................           4,310            4,310  ...............

                    National Gallery of Art

Salaries and expenses.........................................           2,148            2,148  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 6........................................          84,145           88,145          +4,000

                           CHAPTER 7

                      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

            Employment and Training Administration

Training and employment services..............................       2,000,000           32,500      -1,967,500
State unemployment insurance & employment service operations..           4,100            4,100  ...............

              State Unemployment Security Office

Workers compensation programs.................................  ...............         175,000        +175,000

          Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration

Salaries and expenses.........................................           1,600            1,600  ...............

         Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Salaries and expenses.........................................           1,000            1,000  ...............

                    Departmental Management

Salaries and expenses.........................................           5,880            5,880  ...............

            DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

          Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Disease control, research, and training.......................  ...............          12,000         +12,000

                 National Institutes of Health

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences...........  ...............          10,500         +10,500

                General Departmental Management

Public Health and Social Services emergency fund..............       1,595,000          140,000      -1,455,000

                    DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

         Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

School improvement programs...................................          10,000           10,000  ...............

                       RELATED AGENCIES

                Social Security Administration

Limitation on administration expenses.........................           7,500            7,500  ...............

                National Labor Relations Board

Salaries and expenses.........................................             180              180  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 7........................................       3,625,260          400,260      -3,225,000

                           CHAPTER 8

                      LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

                   Congressional Operations

                          Joint Items

Emergency reponse fund........................................         256,081   ..............        -256,081

                            Senate

Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate.................  ...............          34,500         +34,500

                   House of Representatives

Salaries and expenses.........................................  ...............          40,712         +40,712

                     Capitol Police Board

Expenses......................................................  ...............         180,869        +180,869
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 8........................................         256,081          256,081  ...............

                           CHAPTER 9

                     MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

Military Construction, Army...................................  ...............          20,700         +20,700
Military Construction, Navy...................................  ...............           2,000          +2,000
Military Construction, Air Force..............................  ...............          47,700         +47,700
Military construction, Defense-wide...........................  ...............         510,000        +510,000
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 9........................................  ...............         580,400        +580,400

                          CHAPTER 10

                 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

                    Office of the Secretary

Salaries and expenses.........................................           1,500            1,500  ...............
Transportation security administration........................  ...............  ..............  ...............
Aircraft passenger and baggage screening activities...........  ...............  ..............  ...............
    Offsetting collections....................................  ...............  ..............  ...............
Payments to Air Carriers (Airport and Ariway trust fund)......  ...............          57,000         +57,000

                          Coast Guard

Operating Expenses............................................         203,000          273,350         +70,350

                Federal Aviation Administration

Operations....................................................         300,000          300,000  ...............
Facilities & equipment (Airport & Airway Trust Fund)..........         108,500          108,500  ...............
Research engineering and development (Airport and Airway Trust  ...............          12,000         +12,000
 Fund)........................................................

                Federal Highway Administration

Miscellaneous appropriations..................................          10,000          110,000        +100,000
Federal-aid highways emergency relief program (Highway Trust            75,000           75,000  ...............
 Fund)........................................................

                Federal Railroad Administration

Safety and operations.........................................           6,000            6,000  ...............
Capital grants to the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.  ...............         100,000        +100,000

                Federal Transit Administration

Formula grants................................................          23,500           23,500  ...............
Capital investment grants.....................................  ...............         100,000        +100,000

         Research and Special Programs Administration

Research and special programs.................................           6,000            6,000  ...............

                  Office of Inspector General

Salaries and expenses.........................................  ...............           2,000          +2,000

                       RELATED AGENCIES

             National Transportation Safety Board

Salaries and expenses.........................................             836              836  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 10.......................................         734,336        1,175,686        +441,350
          Offsetting collections..............................  ...............  ..............  ...............

                          CHAPTER 11

                  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

                     Departmental Offices

Salaries and expenses.........................................           9,400   ..............          -9,400
Inspector General for Tax Administration......................           2,032            2,032  ...............
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network..........................           1,700            1,700  ...............

            Federal Law Enforcement Training Center

Salaries and expenses.........................................          13,846           22,846          +9,000
Acquisition, construction, improvement and related expenses...  ...............  ..............  ...............

                 Financial Management Service

Salaries and expenses.........................................             600              600  ...............

            Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms

Salaries and expenses.........................................          31,431           31,431  ...............

                 United States Customs Service

Salaries and expenses.........................................         107,500          127,603         +20,103
Operation, Maintenance and Procurement, Air and Marine                   6,700            6,700  ...............
 Intediction Programs.........................................

                   Internal Revenue Service

Processing, assistance, and management........................          16,658           16,658  ...............
Tax Law Enforcement...........................................           4,544            4,544  ...............
Information Systems...........................................          15,991           15,991  ...............

                 United States Secret Service

Salaries and expenses.........................................         104,769          104,769  ...............

               EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

Office of Administration......................................          50,040           29,193         -20,847

                     INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

                General Services Administration

                   Real Property Activities

Federal Building Fund.........................................         200,500          126,500         -74,000

         National Archives and Records Administration

Operating Expenses............................................           4,818            4,818  ...............
Repairs and Restoration.......................................           2,180            2,180  ...............
                                                               -------------------------------------------------
      Total, chapter 11.......................................         572,709          497,565         -75,144

                          CHAPTER 12

                DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

                Veterans Health Administration

Construction, Major