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                                                       Calendar No. 479
107th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     107-202

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             MILITARY CONSTRUCTION APPROPRIATION BILL, 2003
                                _______
                                

                  July 3, 2002.--Ordered to be printed

 Filed, under the authority of the order of the Senate of June 26, 2002

                                _______
                                

         Mrs. Feinstein, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 2709]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 2709) 
making appropriations for military construction, family 
housing, and base realignment and closure for the Department of 
Defense for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2003, and for 
other purposes, reports favorably thereon and recommends that 
the bill do pass.

Total of bill as reported to Senate..................... $10,622,000,000
Amount of 2003 budget estimate..........................   9,664,041,000
Amount of 2002 appropriations...........................  10,604,400,000
The bill as reported to the Senate:
    Over the budget estimate, 2003......................     957,959,000
    Over appropriations for fiscal year 2002............      17,600,000


                            C O N T E N T S

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                                                                   Page
Background:
    Purpose of the bill..........................................     3
    Comparative statement........................................     3
    Compliance with section 308 of the Budget Control Act........     9
Committee recommendation.........................................     9
Accrual funding of retirement costs and post-retirement health 
  benefits.......................................................     9
Items of special interest........................................    11
Military construction, Army......................................    17
Military construction, Navy......................................    18
Military construction, Air Force.................................    19
Military construction, Defense-wide..............................    20
Military construction, Reserve components........................    23
NATO Security Investment Program.................................    26
Family housing overview..........................................    27
Family housing, Army.............................................    27
Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps............................    28
Family housing, Air Force........................................    29
Family housing, Defense-wide.....................................    31
Family housing improvement fund..................................    31
Base realignment and closure account, part IV....................    32
General provisions...............................................    34
Compliance with paragraph 7, rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    35
Compliance with paragraph 12, rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    36
Project listing by location......................................    36

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    The Military Construction appropriation bill provides 
necessary funding for the planning, design, construction, 
alteration, and improvement of military facilities worldwide, 
both for Active and Reserve Forces. It also finances the 
construction, alteration, improvement, operation, and 
maintenance of military family housing, including payments 
against past housing mortgage indebtedness. Certain types of 
community impact assistance may be provided, as well as 
assistance to members of the military who face loss on the sale 
of private residences due to installation realignments and 
closures. The bill is also the source for the U.S. share of the 
NATO Security Investment Program. In addition, the bill 
provides funding to implement base closures and realignments 
authorized by law.

                         Comparative Statement

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$10,622,000,000 for fiscal year 2003 military construction, 
family housing, and base closure. The following table displays 
the Committee recommendation in comparison with the current 
fiscal year, and the President's fiscal year 2003 request.

                                              COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                   Increase (+) or decrease (-) compared
                                                                                                   Committee                      with--
                        Item                             2002 enacted       Budget estimate     recommendation   ---------------------------------------
                                                                                                                     2002 enacted       Budget estimate
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Military construction, Army.........................          1,778,256           1,450,438           1,456,747            -321,509              +6,309
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................            222,465             222,465            +222,465   ..................
    Rescission......................................            -36,400   ..................            -13,676             +22,724             -13,676
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 107-117)...             20,700   ..................  ..................            -20,700   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,762,556           1,672,903           1,665,536             -97,020              -7,367

Military construction, Navy.........................          1,144,221             884,661             995,913            -148,308            +111,252
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................            220,730             220,730            +220,730   ..................
    Rescission......................................            -19,588   ..................             -1,340             +18,248              -1,340
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 107-117)...              2,000   ..................  ..................             -2,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,126,633           1,105,391           1,215,303             +88,670            +109,912

Military construction, Air Force....................          1,194,880             644,090             987,320            -207,560            +343,230
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................            190,597             188,297            +188,297              -2,300
    Rescission......................................             -4,000   ..................            -10,281              -6,281             -10,281
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 107-117)...             46,700   ..................  ..................            -46,700   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................          1,237,580             834,687           1,165,336             -72,244            +330,649

Military construction, Defense-wide.................            840,558             740,535             895,942             +55,384            +155,407
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................             31,300              31,300             +31,300   ..................
    Rescissions.....................................            -69,280   ..................             -2,976             +66,304              -2,976
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 107-117)...             35,000   ..................  ..................            -35,000   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            806,278             771,835             924,266            +117,988            +152,431
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Active components......................          4,933,047           4,384,816           4,970,441             +37,394            +585,625

Military construction, Army National Guard..........            405,565             101,595             208,482            -197,083            +106,887

Military construction, Air National Guard...........            253,386              53,473             209,055             -44,331            +155,582
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................              8,933               8,933              +8,933   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            253,386              62,406             217,988             -35,398            +155,582

Military construction, Army Reserve.................            167,019              58,779              66,487            -100,532              +7,708

Military construction, Naval Reserve................             53,201              51,554              51,554              -1,647   ..................
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................              7,117               7,117              +7,117   ..................
    Rescission......................................               -925   ..................  ..................               +925   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................             52,276              58,671              58,671              +6,395   ..................

Military construction, Air Force Reserve............             74,857              31,900              54,633             -20,224             +22,733
    Defense emergency response fund (DERF)..........  ..................              6,076               3,576              +3,576              -2,500
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................             74,857              37,976              58,209             -16,648             +20,233
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Reserve components.....................            953,103             319,427             609,837            -343,266            +290,410
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, Military construction..................          5,886,150           4,704,243           5,580,278            -305,872            +876,035
          Appropriations............................         (5,911,943)         (4,017,025)         (4,926,133)          (-985,810)          (+909,108)
          Defense emergency response fund...........  ..................           (687,218)           (682,418)          (+682,418)            (-4,800)
          Emergency appropriations..................           (104,400)  ..................  ..................          (-104,400)  ..................
          Rescissions...............................          (-130,193)  ..................           (-28,273)          (+101,920)           (-28,273)
                                                     ===================================================================================================
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security                     162,600             168,200             168,200              +5,600   ..................
 Investment Program.................................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
Family housing, Army:
    Construction....................................            312,742             283,346             282,856             -29,886                -490
        Rescission..................................  ..................  ..................             -4,920              -4,920              -4,920
    Operation and maintenance.......................          1,089,573           1,119,007           1,119,007             +29,434   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Army...................          1,402,315           1,402,353           1,396,943              -5,372              -5,410

Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps:
    Construction....................................            331,780             375,700             374,468             +42,688              -1,232
        Rescission..................................  ..................  ..................             -2,652              -2,652              -2,652
    Operation and maintenance.......................            910,095             867,788             867,788             -42,307   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Navy and Marine Corps..          1,241,875           1,243,488           1,239,604              -2,271              -3,884

Family housing, Air Force:
    Construction....................................            550,703             676,694             676,694            +125,991   ..................
        Rescission..................................  ..................  ..................             -8,782              -8,782              -8,782
    Operation and maintenance.......................            844,715             844,419             844,419                -296   ..................
        Defense emergency response fund (DERF)......  ..................             29,631              29,631             +29,631   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, Family housing, Air Force..........          1,395,418           1,550,744           1,541,962            +146,544              -8,782

Family housing, Defense-wide:
    Construction....................................                250               5,480               5,480              +5,230   ..................
    Operation and maintenance.......................             43,762              42,395              42,395              -1,367   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing, Defense-wide...........             44,012              47,875              47,875              +3,863   ..................

Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement                  2,000               2,000               2,000   ..................  ..................
 Fund...............................................
Homeowners assistance fund, Defense.................             10,119   ..................  ..................            -10,119   ..................
    (By transfer)...................................             (7,730)  ..................  ..................            (-7,730)  ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family housing.........................          4,095,739           4,246,460           4,228,384            +132,645             -18,076
                                                     ===================================================================================================
Base realignment and closure account................            632,713             545,138             645,138             +12,425            +100,000
    (Transfer out)..................................            (-7,730)  ..................  ..................            (+7,730)  ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................................            632,713             545,138             645,138             +12,425            +100,000

                 GENERAL PROVISIONS

General provision (sec. 130)........................            -60,000   ..................  ..................            +60,000   ..................
General provision (sec. 132)........................           -112,802   ..................  ..................           +112,802   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, General provisions.....................           -172,802   ..................  ..................           +172,802   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand total:
          New budget (obligational) authority.......         10,604,400           9,664,041          10,622,000             +17,600            +957,959
              Appropriations........................        (10,630,193)         (8,947,192)         (9,954,578)          (-675,615)        (+1,007,386)
              Defense emergency response fund.......  ..................           (716,849)           (712,049)          (+712,049)            (-4,800)
              Emergency appropriations..............           (104,400)  ..................  ..................          (-104,400)  ..................
              Rescissions...........................          (-130,193)  ..................           (-44,627)           (+85,566)           (-44,627)
          (Transfer out)............................            (-7,730)  ..................  ..................            (+7,730)  ..................
          (By transfer).............................             (7,730)  ..................  ..................            (-7,730)  ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
         SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS ACCOUNTS

Military Construction, Army.........................          1,762,556           1,672,903           1,665,536             -97,020              -7,367
Military Construction, Navy.........................          1,126,633           1,105,391           1,215,303             +88,670            +109,912
Military Construction, Air Force....................          1,237,580             834,687           1,165,336             -72,244            +330,649
Military Construction, Defense-wide.................            806,278             771,835             924,266            +117,988            +152,431
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Active components......................          4,933,047           4,384,816           4,970,441             +37,394            +585,625

Military Construction, Army National Guard..........            405,565             101,595             208,482            -197,083            +106,887
Military Construction, Air National Guard...........            253,386              62,406             217,988             -35,398            +155,582
Military Construction, Army Reserve.................            167,019              58,779              66,487            -100,532              +7,708
Military Construction, Naval Reserve................             52,276              58,671              58,671              +6,395   ..................
Military Construction, Air Force Reserve............             74,857              37,976              58,209             -16,648             +20,233
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Reserve components.....................            953,103             319,427             609,837            -343,266            +290,410
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Total, Military Construction..................          5,886,150           4,704,243           5,580,278            -305,872            +876,035
                                                     ===================================================================================================
North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security                     162,600             168,200             168,200              +5,600   ..................
 Investment Program.................................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
Family Housing, Army:
    Construction....................................            312,742             283,346             277,936             -34,806              -5,410
    Operation and Maintenance.......................          1,089,573           1,119,007           1,119,007             +29,434   ..................

Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps:
    Construction....................................            331,780             375,700             371,816             +40,036              -3,884
    Operation and Maintenance.......................            910,095             867,788             867,788             -42,307   ..................

Family Housing, Air Force:
    Construction....................................            550,703             676,694             667,912            +117,209              -8,782
    Operation and Maintenance.......................            844,715             874,050             874,050             +29,335   ..................

Family Housing, Defense-wide:
    Construction....................................                250               5,480               5,480              +5,230   ..................
    Operation and Maintenance.......................             43,762              42,395              42,395              -1,367   ..................

Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement                  2,000               2,000               2,000   ..................  ..................
 Fund...............................................
Homeowners Assistance Fund, Defense.................             10,119   ..................  ..................            -10,119   ..................
                                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Family Housing.........................          4,095,739           4,246,460           4,228,384            +132,645             -18,076

Base Realignment and Closure Account................            632,713             545,138             645,138             +12,425            +100,000
General Provisions..................................           -172,802   ..................  ..................           +172,802   ..................
                                                     ===================================================================================================
      Grand Total...................................         10,604,400           9,664,041          10,622,000             +17,600            +957,959
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         Compliance With Section 308 of the Budget Control Act

    Section 308(a) of the Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 
1974 (Public Law 93-344) requires that the Committee include in 
its report a comparison of its recommendations with levels 
contained in the first concurrent resolution. Appropriate data 
are reflected below:

                                            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 \1\      bill     allocation \1\      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee
 allocations to its subcommittees, fiscal year 2003:
 Subcommittee on Military Construction:
    Discretionary.....................................         10,622        10,622         10,122    \2\ 10,120
Projections of outlays associated with the
 recommendation:
    2003..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............    \3\ 2,771
    2004..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............        4,025
    2005..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............        2,370
    2006..............................................  ..............  ...........  ..............          836
    2007 and future years.............................  ..............  ...........  ..............          576
Financial assistance to State and local governments                NA   ...........             NA   ...........
 for  2003............................................
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\1\ Levels approved by the Committee on June 26, 2002.
\2\ Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\3\ Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

                        Committee Recommendation

    The Committee recommends new fiscal year 2003 
appropriations of $10,622,000,000. This is $957,959,000 over 
the budget request, and $17,600,000 over the appropriations for 
fiscal year 2002. The basis for this recommendation is 
contained in the following ``Items of special interest,'' and 
under the discussions pertaining to each individual 
appropriation. Complete project detail is provided in the 
tables at the end of the report.

ACCRUAL FUNDING OF RETIREMENT COSTS AND POST-RETIREMENT HEALTH BENEFITS

    The President's Budget included a legislative proposal 
under the jurisdiction of the Senate Committee on Governmental 
Affairs to charge to individual agencies, starting in fiscal 
year 2003, the fully accrued costs related to retirement 
benefits of Civil Service Retirement System employees and 
retiree health benefits for all civilian employees. The Budget 
also requested an additional dollar amount in each affected 
discretionary account to cover these accrued costs.
    The authorizing committee has not acted on this 
legislation, therefore the Senate Appropriations Committee has 
reduced the dollar amounts of the President's request shown in 
the ``Comparative Statement of New Budget Authority Request and 
Amounts Recommended in the Bill'', as well as in other tables 
in this report, to exclude the accrual funding proposal.
    The Committee further notes that administration proposals 
requiring legislative action by the authorizing committees of 
Congress are customarily submitted in the budget as separate 
schedules apart from the regular appropriations requests. 
Should such a proposal be enacted, a budget amendment formally 
modifying the President's appropriation request for 
discretionary funding is subsequently transmitted to the 
Congress.
    The Senate Appropriations Committee joins with the House 
Appropriations Committee in raising concern that this practice, 
which has always worked effectively for both Congress and past 
administrations, was not followed for the accrual funding 
proposal. In this case, the Office of Management and Budget 
(OMB) decided to include accrual amounts in the original 
discretionary appropriations language request. These amounts 
are based on legislation that has yet to be considered and 
approved by the appropriate committees of Congress. This led to 
numerous misunderstandings both inside and outside of Congress 
of what was the ``true'' President's budget request. The 
Committee believes that, in the future, OMB should follow long-
established procedures with respect to discretionary spending 
proposals that require legislative action.

                       ITEMS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

                                HEARINGS

    The Subcommittee on Military Construction held hearings on 
the fiscal year 2003 budget request during March 2002. The 
subcommittee heard testimony from representatives of the 
military services and defense agencies concerning fiscal year 
2003 budget priorities and base realignment and closure issues.

                  SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The budget request for fiscal year 2003 reflects a decrease 
of $940,359,000 from the amount enacted in fiscal year 2002.
    The Committee recommends an additional $957,959,000 above 
the fiscal year 2003 budget request. The total recommended 
appropriation for fiscal year 2003 is $10,622,000,000, an 
increase of $17,600,000 from fiscal year 2002 funding.
    The Committee recommendation includes a total of 
$712,049,000 transferred to military construction accounts from 
the Defense Emergency Response Fund (DERF), which was included 
as part of the budget submission for the Department of Defense 
Appropriations bill. The President's request for DERF military 
construction projects totals $716,849,000. This includes 
$594,384,000 that was submitted as part of the original 
request, and an additional $122,465,000 in DERF military 
construction requirements that were identified by the Army 
subsequent to the submission of the budget. On the 
recommendation of the Department of Defense, the Committee 
included the entire $716,849,000 as part of the President's 
budget request. The Committee concurs with the recommendation 
of the Department that the military construction projects in 
the DERF should be transferred to the Military Construction 
Appropriations bill, and believes that the entire $716,849,000 
should be treated as part of the President's budget request.
    The Committee is disappointed in the overall levels of the 
fiscal year 2003 budget request for military construction. 
After a promising spike in the request for military 
construction funding in fiscal year 2002, the fiscal year 2003 
budget request represents a sharp decline in funding for all 
accounts with the exception of housing accounts. Particularly 
hard hit are the Guard and Reserve accounts. The Committee 
agrees with the Department that infrastructure is a key 
component of readiness and remains concerned about the 
condition and adequacy of facilities and infrastructure at U.S. 
military installations in the United States and overseas. The 
Committee believes that the fiscal year 2003 budget request did 
not adequately address infrastructure requirements, and 
adjusted its recommendation accordingly.

                       TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVE

    Recognizing the increased requirements that have been 
placed on America's military forces as a result of the global 
war on terror, the Committee is recommending the establishment 
of a transformation funding initiative to accelerate the 
transformation and modernization programs of the Army and Air 
Force. The initiative provides $100,000,000 to the Army for 
infrastructure requirements related to the establishment of 
Interim Brigade Combat Teams (IBCT) and $100,000,000 to the Air 
Force for infrastructure requirements related to the C-17 Air 
Mobility Modernization Program.
    Senior Army officials testified during the Department of 
Defense appropriations subcommittee hearings in March that the 
military construction funding currently identified for 
transformation was not sufficient to meet the Army's time line 
for the IBCTs to be trained and operational. Air Force 
officials have likewise identified a potentially serious 
shortfall in airlift capability.
    The war on terror has placed urgent new demands on all 
elements of the military. Timetables for Army and Air Force 
transformation developed prior to September 11 are no longer 
sufficient. The Committee believes that it is imperative to 
accelerate the Army and Air Force transformation programs, and 
has therefore provided this funding to meet the infrastructure 
requirements associated with transformation. The funds are 
appropriated specifically to support the infrastructure 
requirements of the Army's IBCTs and the Air Force's Air 
Mobility modernization program, including the beddown of C-17, 
C-5, and C-130 aircraft. It is the intent of the Committee that 
the Army and the Air Force have the discretion to determine how 
these funds will be allocated in support of transformation, 
subject to notification of the congressional defense committees 
15 days prior to the obligation of funds.

                  CONFORMANCE WITH AUTHORIZATION BILL

    The Committee strongly supports the authorization-
appropriation process. However, the Committee has reported the 
appropriation bill prior to completion of the authorization 
process. Therefore, the Committee has provided construction 
funds for specific projects which were included in the Senate-
reported version of the National Defense Authorization Act for 
fiscal year 2003 and projects subject to authorization.

                      REPROGRAMMING RULES/CRITERIA

    The following rules apply for all military construction and 
family housing reprogrammings. A project or account (including 
the sub-elements of an account) which has been specifically 
reduced by the Congress in acting on the appropriation request 
is considered to be a congressional interest item. A prior 
approval reprogramming is required for any increase to an item 
that has been specifically reduced by the Congress. 
Accordingly, no below threshold reprogrammings to an item 
specifically reduced by the Congress are permitted.
    The reprogramming criteria that apply to military 
construction projects (25 percent of the funded amount or 
$2,000,000 whichever is less) continue to apply to new housing 
construction projects and to improvements over $2,000,000. To 
provide the individual Services the flexibility to proceed with 
construction contracts without disruption or delay, the costs 
associated with environmental hazard remediation such as 
asbestos removal, radon abatement, lead-based paint removal or 
abatement, and any other legislated environmental hazard 
remediation may be excluded, provided that such remediation 
requirements could not be reasonably anticipated at the time of 
budget submission. This exclusion applies to projects 
authorized in the budget year, and also projects authorized in 
prior years for which construction contracts have not been 
completed.
    Furthermore, in instances where a prior approval 
reprogramming request for a project or account has been 
approved by the Committee, the amount approved becomes the new 
base for any future increase or decrease via below threshold 
reprogrammings (provided that the project or account is not a 
congressional interest item).

                           TRANSFER AUTHORITY

    The budget request proposed a general provision which would 
allow the transfer of up to $70,000,000 between any accounts in 
the bill, and this could be accomplished at the determination 
of the Secretary of Defense and upon the approval of OMB. 
Congress would be given an ``after the fact'' notification. The 
Committee continues to believe that the existing reprogramming 
procedures are sufficient in solving urgent, high priority 
funding problems within available resources and denies this 
request.

                      BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE

    The Committee has included $645,138,000 for the ``Base 
realignment and closure'' account, an increase of $100,000,000 
over the budget request. The additional funding is provided to 
undertake a BRAC Environmental Cleanup Acceleration Initiative 
to address the backlog of urgent environmental remediation 
requirements at bases that have been closed or realigned.

                         BARRACKS CONSTRUCTION

    The fiscal year 2003 budget request includes $1,157,990,000 
to construct or modernize 46 barracks projects.
    The Committee recommends $1,150,690,000 for barracks 
construction projects in fiscal year 2003, a decrease of 
$7,300,000 from the budget request.

                     BARRACKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/Project                  Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army:
    Alaska: Fort Richardson Barracks         $21,000,000     $21,000,000
     Complex (144 spaces)...............
    Colorado: Fort Carson Barracks            42,000,000      42,000,000
     Complex (336 spaces)...............
    Georgia: Fort Benning Barracks            45,000,000      45,000,000
     Complex (492 spaces)...............
    Hawaii:
        Schofield Barracks Complex (200       49,000,000      49,000,000
         spaces)........................
        Schofield Barracks Complex (100       42,000,000      42,000,000
         spaces)........................
    Kansas: Fort Riley Barracks Complex       41,000,000      41,000,000
     (312 spaces).......................
    Kentucky: Fort Campbell Barracks          49,000,000      49,000,000
     Complex (300 spaces)...............
    Maryland: Fort Detrick Barracks           16,000,000      16,000,000
     Complex (144 spaces)...............
    North Carolina:
        Fort Bragg Barracks Complex (336      50,000,000      50,000,000
         spaces)........................
        Fort Bragg Barracks Complex (320      50,000,000      50,000,000
         spaces)........................
    Texas: Fort Hood Barracks Complex         45,000,000      45,000,000
     (480 spaces).......................
    Washington: Fort Lewis Barracks           50,000,000      50,000,000
     Complex (500 spaces)...............
    Belgium: Barracks Complex-Chievres        13,600,000      13,600,000
     (136 spaces).......................
    Germany:
        Bamberg Barracks Complex (124         10,200,000      10,200,000
         spaces)........................
        Grafenwoehr Brigade Complex-          13,200,000      13,200,000
         Barracks (179 spaces)..........
        Mannheim Barracks Complex (336        42,000,000      42,000,000
         spaces)........................
    Italy: Vicenza Barracks Complex (300      31,000,000      31,000,000
     spaces)............................
    Korea:
        Camp Carroll Barracks Complex         20,000,000      20,000,000
         (464 spaces)...................
        Camp Hovey Barracks Complex (232      25,000,000      25,000,000
         spaces)........................
        Camp Humphreys Barracks Complex       36,000,000      36,000,000
         (400 spaces)...................
        Camp Henry Barracks Complex (232      10,200,000      10,200,000
         spaces)........................
        K16 Airfield Barracks Complex         40,000,000      40,000,000
         (464 spaces)...................
                                         -------------------------------
          Subtotal, Army................     741,200,000     741,200,000
                                         ===============================
Navy:
    California:
        Camp Pendleton Bachelor Enlisted      23,230,000      23,230,000
         Quarters (400 spaces)..........
        Twentynine Palms Bachelor             25,770,000      25,770,000
         Enlisted Quarters (384 spaces).
    Illinois:
        Great Lakes Recruit Barracks          43,360,000      38,360,000
         (1,056 spaces).................
        Great Lakes Recruit Barracks          41,740,000      36,740,000
         (1,056 spaces).................
    Maryland: Andrews AFB Replacement BQ       9,680,000       9,680,000
     (120 spaces).......................
    Mississippi: Pascagoula Bachelor      ..............      10,500,000
     Enlisted Quarters (100 spaces).....
    Virginia:
        Quantico Bachelor Enlisted            10,280,000      10,280,000
         Quarters (200 spaces)..........
        Quantico Bachelor Enlisted             5,040,000       5,040,000
         Quarters (100 spaces)..........
        Yorktown Bachelor Enlisted            15,020,000      15,020,000
         Quarters (168 spaces)..........
        Norfolk Bachelor Enlisted             37,310,000      37,310,000
         Quarters (500 spaces)..........
    Washington: Bremerton Bachelor            35,120,000      35,120,000
     Enlisted Quarters (264 spaces).....
    Greece: Larissa Bachelor Enlisted         14,800,000  ..............
     Quarters & Support Facility (40
     spaces)............................
    Guam: Mariana Island Bachelor             13,400,000      13,400,000
     Enlisted Quarters (72 spaces)......
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal, Navy & Marine Corps.....     274,750,000     260,450,000
                                         ===============================
Air Force:
    Arizona: Davis-Monthan AFB Dormitory       9,110,000       9,110,000
     (120 spaces).......................
    Florida: Hurlburt Field Dormitory          9,000,000       9,000,000
     (144 spaces).......................
    Louisiana: Barksdale AFB Dormitory        10,900,000      10,900,000
     (168 spaces).......................
    Mississippi: Keesler AFB Student          22,000,000      22,000,000
     Dormitory (200 spaces).............
    Nevada: Nellis AFB Dormitory (144         12,280,000      12,280,000
     spaces)............................
    New Mexico: Kirtland AFB Visiting     ..............       8,400,000
     Officers/Airmen Quarters (96
     spaces)............................
    North Carolina: Pope AFB Dormitory         9,700,000       9,700,000
     (144 spaces).......................
    Texas:
        Lackland AFB Student Dormitory        18,500,000      18,500,000
         (200 spaces)...................
        Sheppard AFB Dormitory (144           10,000,000      10,000,000
         spaces)........................
    Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB Dormitory      10,400,000  ..............
     (144 spaces).......................
    Virginia: Langley AFB Dormitory (96        8,320,000       8,320,000
     spaces)............................
    Korea: Osan AB Dormitory (156             15,100,000      15,100,000
     spaces)............................
                                         -------------------------------
      Subtotal, Air Force...............     135,310,000     133,310,000
                                         ===============================
Reserve Components:
    Naval Reserve:
        Georgia: Atlanta Bachelor              6,730,000       6,730,000
         Enlisted Quarters (92 spaces)..
    Air Force Reserve:
        New York: Niagara Falls Air       ..............       9,000,000
         Reserve Station, Visiting
         Officers Quarters, Phase 1 (300
         spaces)........................
                                         -------------------------------
            Subtotal, Reserve Components       6,730,000      15,730,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE REPORTING REQUIREMENT

    The Committee recommends a continuation of the following 
general rules for repairing a facility under Operations and 
Maintenance account funding:
    Components of the facility may be repaired by replacement, 
and such replacement can be up to current standards or code.
    Interior arrangements and restorations may be included as 
repair, but additions, new facilities, and functional 
conversions must be performed as military construction 
projects.
    Such projects may be done concurrent with repair projects, 
as long as the final conjunctively funded project is a complete 
and usable facility.
    The appropriate Service Secretary shall submit a 21-day 
notification prior to carrying out any repair project with an 
estimated cost in excess of $7,500,000.
    The Department is directed to continue to provide the real 
property maintenance backlog at all installations for which 
there is a requested construction project in future budget 
requests. This information is to be provided on Form 1390. In 
addition, for all troop housing requests, the Form 1391 is to 
continue to show all real property maintenance conducted in the 
past 2 years and all future requirements for unaccompanied 
housing at that installation.

                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS

    The fiscal year 2003 budget request includes $10,700,000 
for two child development center projects. The Committee 
recommends $25,730,000 for a total of four projects.
    The following child development center projects are 
provided for fiscal year 2003:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Location                      Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army:
    Kentucky: Ft. Knox..................  ..............      $6,800,000
    Germany: Bamberg....................      $7,000,000       7,000,000
    Italy: Vicenza......................       3,700,000       3,700,000
Navy/Marine Corps: California: Camp       ..............       8,230,000
 Pendleton..............................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................      10,700,000      25,730,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        FOREIGN CURRENCY SAVINGS

    The following table reflects foreign currency savings 
identified by the Department of Defense. The Committee 
recommends reductions to the specific appropriations identified 
in the table in those amounts, for a total of $44,627,000.

        Account                                                   Amount

Military Construction:
    Army................................................    -$13,676,000
    Navy................................................      -1,340,000
    Air Force...........................................     -10,281,000
    Defense-wide........................................      -2,976,000
    Family Housing, Army................................      -4,920,000
    Family Housing, Navy................................      -2,652,000
    Family Housing, Air Force...........................      -8,782,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total.............................................     -44,627,000


                      Military Construction, Army

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,762,556,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................   1,672,903,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,665,536,000

    The Committee recommends $1,665,536,000 for the Army for 
fiscal year 2003. This is a decrease of $7,367,000 from the 
budget request for fiscal year 2003. This also reflects the 
realignment of the Chemical Demilitarization Program 
responsibility from the Army. (See State tables at the end of 
the report for complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2003 as 
practical:
    Training & UAV Maintenance Support Facility, Donnelly 
Training Area, AK.--Of the funds provided for planning and 
design within the ``Army'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $1,500,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) First Responder Training 
Facility, Fort Leonard Wood, MO.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army'' account, the Committee 
directs that $500,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility. Additionally, the Committee agrees that this project 
addresses an urgent, mission critical, and homeland security 
requirement and strongly encourages the Army to advance this 
project into the fiscal year 2004 budget request.
    Storage Igloo Upgrade, Letterkenny Depot, PA.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army'' account, 
the Committee directs that $390,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Vehicle Maintenance Facility, Camp Bullis, TX.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design within the ``Army'' 
account, the Committee directs that not less than $900,000 be 
made available for the design of this facility.
    Military Police Emergency Vehicle Storage Facility, Fort 
Wainwright, AK.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor 
construction within the ``Army'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $1,500,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Military Police Emergency Vehicle Storage Facility, Fort 
Richardson, AK.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor 
construction within the ``Army'' account, the Committee directs 
that not less than $1,500,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Kinetic Energy Missile Complex, White Sands Missile Range, 
NM.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor construction 
within the ``Army'' account, the Committee directs that 
$1,500,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Training Facility, Corpus Christi Army Depot, TX.--Of the 
funds provided for unspecified minor construction within the 
``Army'' account, the Committee directs that $925,000 be made 
available for the construction of this facility.

                      Military Construction, Navy

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,126,633,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................   1,105,391,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,215,303,000

    The Committee recommends $1,215,303,000 for Navy and Marine 
Corps military construction for fiscal year 2003. This amount 
is an increase of $109,912,000 from the fiscal year 2003 budget 
request. (See State tables at the end of the report for 
complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2003 as 
practical:
    Base Main Entrance & Gate, Naval Air Station, North Island, 
CA.--Of the funds provided for planning and design within the 
``Navy'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$410,000 be made available for the design of this project.
    Replace Fuel Farm, NAS Kingsville, TX.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Navy'' account, 
the Committee directs that not less than $1,000,000 be made 
available for the design of this project.
    Force Protection Facility, Naval Air Station Corpus 
Christi, TX.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor 
construction within the ``Navy'' account, the Committee directs 
that $1,450,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    UAV Facility, Fallon Naval Air Station, NV.--Of the funds 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the ``Navy'' 
account, the Committee directs that $1,475,000 be made 
available for the construction of this facility.
    Aircraft Prototype Facility, Patuxent River, MD.--The 
Committee provided $1,450,000 within the ``Navy'' account for 
the planning and design of this facility in fiscal year 2002. 
Due to recent base consolidations, Patuxent Naval Air Station 
is the only installation capable of conducting air combat 
survivability enhancement programs that are critical to 
national security. The Committee supports the construction of 
this facility and strongly urges the Navy to complete the 
planning and design as expeditiously as possible, and to fund 
the construction of this project in the President's fiscal year 
2004 budget.
    Turner Field House, U.S. Naval Academy, MD.--The Committee 
recognizes that physical fitness is a key component of the 
comprehensive training programs at military academies. Last 
year, the Committee provided $2,700,000 for planning and design 
within the ``Navy'' account for the Turner Field House to 
address a critical shortage of indoor physical education space 
at the U.S. Naval Academy. The Committee urges the Navy to 
complete the planning and design of this facility as quickly as 
possible, and to advance the project into the President's 
fiscal year 2004 budget.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,237,580,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................     834,687,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,165,336,000

    The Committee recommends $1,165,336,000 for the Air Force 
in fiscal year 2003. This is an increase of $330,649,000 from 
the fiscal year 2003 budget request. (See State tables at the 
end of the report for complete program recommendations.)
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2003 as 
practical:
    Wide-Body Aircraft Hangar, Elmendorf AFB, AK.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Air Force'' 
account, the Committee directs that not less than $2,700,000 be 
made available for the design of this facility.
    Replace C-5 Squadron Operations Facility/Aircraft 
Maintenance Unit, Travis AFB, CA.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Air Force'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $864,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility. The Committee notes that this 
critical project was within the scope of the Air Force's fiscal 
year 2002 Future Years Defense Plan, and urges the Air Force to 
advance the project into the President's fiscal year 2004 
budget so that it can be undertaken without further delay.
    Control Tower, Dover Air Force Base, DE.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Air Force'' 
account, the Committee directs that not less than $675,000 be 
made available for the design of this facility.
    B-1B Centralized Intermediate Repair Facility, McConnell 
AFB, KS.--The Committee notes the additional capacity the 184th 
Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base may need as it 
prepares to take on more B-1B engine repair workload consistent 
with the agreement reached last year between the State of 
Kansas and the Air Force concerning the B-1B consolidation and 
reduction initiative. B-1B propulsion work is currently 
performed in four separate buildings, resulting in the loss of 
over 10,000 man hours and lost production of 33 engines per 
year. Accordingly, the Committee urges the Air National Guard 
and the Air Force to include the B-1B Centralized Intermediate 
Repair Facility (CIRF) in the fiscal year 2004 Military 
Construction Budget Request.
    Fire/Crash Rescue Station/Control Tower, Otis ANG, MA.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design within the ``Air 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that $1,700,000 
be made available for the design of this facility.
    Tri-Service Research Facility, Brooks AFB, TX.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design within the ``Air Force'' 
account, the Committee directs that $1,000,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Railroad Crossing Gates, Laughlin AFB, TX.--Of the funds 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the ``Air 
Force'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$220,000 be made available for the construction of this 
project.
    Replace & Bury Electrical Infrastructure, Lackland AFB, 
TX.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor construction 
within the ``Air Force'' account, the Committee directs that 
$900,000 be made available for the construction of this 
project.

                  Military Construction, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2002....................................    $806,278,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................     771,835,000
Committee recommendation (including rescissions)........     924,266,000

    The Committee recommends $924,266,000 for projects 
considered within the ``Defense-wide'' account. The amount 
recommended is an increase of $152,431,000 from the fiscal year 
2003 budget request. This increase reflects the realignment of 
the Chemical Demilitarization Program responsibility to this 
appropriation. (See State tables at the end of the report for 
complete program recommendations.)

                       CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION

    The budget request identified a requirement of $167,631,000 
for the construction of chemical weapons demilitarization 
facilities in fiscal year 2003. The Committee recommends a 
total of $159,250,000 for this program. The Committee is aware 
of ongoing efforts by the Department of Defense to accelerate 
the destruction of chemical agents and weapons in order to 
enhance the safety of the American public and comply with the 
requirements of the Chemical Weapons Convention. The Committee 
encourages the Defense Department to continue to explore 
innovative and cost-saving procedures to accelerate the process 
of destroying these weapons and agents while maintaining 
stringent public and environmental safety standards.
    In the aftermath of September 11, the protection of 
chemical weapons stockpiles has required the call up of 
approximately 1,000 National Guard troops to protect chemical 
weapons facilities in the United States. In addition to putting 
a strain on National Guard resources, the call up of these 
forces underscores the potential vulnerability of these sites 
to terrorist attack. It will be to the benefit of the Nation to 
complete the chemical demilitarization program as quickly as 
possible, and ahead of schedule if at all possible.
    The Committee is particularly supportive of the 
Department's initiative to speed up the neutralization of 
stockpiled chemical agents at Aberdeen, Maryland, and Newport, 
Indiana. If executed as planned, the neutralization initiative 
could be completed at Aberdeen in September 2003, a full 43 
months ahead of schedule and at a cost avoidance of 
$216,000,000. At Newport, the neutralization initiative could 
be completed as early as March 2004, 57 months ahead of 
schedule at an estimated cost avoidance of $530,000,000. The 
Department is currently awaiting guidance, dependent on the 
availability of supplemental funding, as to whether it will be 
able to proceed this summer with the neutralization initiative 
at Aberdeen and Newport. If the neutralization program goes 
forward, the Department may not require the completion of the 
chemical agent destruction facilities currently under 
construction at Aberdeen and Newport, and therefore would not 
require the same allocation of military construction funds as 
requested in the fiscal year 2003 budget. For this reason, the 
Committee is recommending a non-prejudicial 5 percent across-
the-board reduction in funding for the fiscal year 2003 
chemical demilitarization program, with the intention of 
reevaluating program requirements during conference with the 
House.
    Substantial investment has already been made in facilities 
at Newport and Aberdeen. If these structures are not needed for 
chemical demilitarization, the Committee expects the Department 
to maintain them until they can be converted to usable 
facilities. To this end, the Committee directs the Department 
to provide a report to the congressional defense committees no 
later than January 30, 2003, on alternative uses for the 
Aberdeen and Newport facilities if they are no longer required 
for chemical demilitarization.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
          State/installation/project              Request    Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arkansas: Pine Bluff Arsenal, Ammunition        $18,937,000  $17,990,000
 Demolition Shop..............................
Colorado: Pueblo Depot Ammunition                38,000,000   36,100,000
 Demilitarization Facility Ph 4...............
Indiana: Newport Army Ammunition Plant,          61,494,000   58,420,000
 Ammunition Demilitarization Facility Ph 5....
Kentucky:
    Blue Grass Army Depot, Ammunition            10,300,000    9,785,000
     Demilitarization Facility Ph 3...........
    Blue Grass Army Depot, Ammunition             8,300,000    7,885,000
     Demilitarization Support Ph 3............
Maryland: Aberdeen Proving Ground Ammunition     30,600,000   29,070,000
 Demilitarization Facility Ph 5...............
                                               -------------------------
      Total...................................  167,631,000  159,250,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The budget request proposes that these amounts should be 
appropriated under the ``Military Construction, Army'' account. 
As in prior years, the Committee recommends that these amounts 
be appropriated under the ``Military Construction, Defense-
wide'' account, in order to facilitate the tracking of expenses 
for the Chemical Demilitarization Program, and to avoid 
distorting the size of the Army's military construction 
program.
    The Committee believes that the focus on this program must 
remain at the Office of the Secretary of the Defense rather 
than at the service level and directs the Department to submit 
the fiscal year 2004 budget accordingly.
    The following chart displays the scope of the military 
construction investment in the overall chemical 
demilitarization program:

                          CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION PROGRAM MILITARY CONSTRUCTION COSTS
                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            2001                       Fiscal year--
                                            and   ------------------------------------------------------  Total
                                           prior     2002     2003     2004     2005     2006     2007
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Tooele..................................    198.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......    198.0
Anniston................................    189.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......    189.0
Umatilla Depot..........................     11.2  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......     11.2
Umatilla Facility.......................    191.6  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......    191.6
Pine Bluff Fixed Facility...............  .......  .......     18.0  .......  .......  .......  .......     18.0
Pine Bluff Depot........................     10.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......     10.0
Pine Bluff Facility.....................    151.4     26.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......    177.4
Pueblo Depot............................      6.3  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......      6.3
Pueblo Facility.........................     10.7     11.0     36.1    105.2     66.0     30.1  .......    259.1
Blue Grass Depot........................      2.7  .......      7.9  .......  .......  .......  .......     10.6
Blue Grass Facility.....................  .......      3.0      9.8     71.5     59.6     65.4     51.8    261.1
Aberdeen CTDF...........................     16.1  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......     16.1
Aberdeen Depot..........................      1.9  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......      1.9
Aberdeen Facility.......................    125.7     61.5     29.1  .......  .......  .......  .......    216.3
Newport Depot...........................      2.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......      2.0
Newport Facility........................     81.8     61.0     58.4     11.0     54.9     20.1      1.9    289.1
MAPS \1\ Facility.......................      3.1  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......      3.1
Planning & Design.......................    114.5     15.0  .......  .......  .......  .......  .......    129.5
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.............................  1,116.0    177.5    159.3    187.7    180.5    115.6     53.7  1,990.3
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ MAPS (NSCMP) Munitions Assessment and Processing System (Non-Stockpile Chemical Material Program).

                      MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

    The fiscal year 2003 budget request includes $164,741,000 
for four major construction projects plus planning and design, 
unspecified minor construction, and contractor claims to 
provide hospital and medical facilities. The Committee 
recommends a total of $169,741,000, which fully funds the 
budget request and provides additional planning and design 
funding.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Location/project title               Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska: Ft. Wainwright, Hospital             $53,000,000     $53,000,000
 Replacement (Phase IV).................
Hawaii: Hickam AFB, Life Skills Clinic         2,700,000       2,700,000
 Replacement............................
Germany: Spangdahlem, Hospital                39,629,000      39,629,000
 Replacement............................
Italy: Naples Medical/Dental Facility         41,449,000      41,449,000
 Replacement............................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     136,778,000     136,778,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Biomedical Center, Tripler Army Hospital, Honolulu, HI.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design within the 
``Defense-wide Tricare Management Activity'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $2,000,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Health Clinic, Grafenwoehr, Germany.--Of the funds provided 
for planning and design within the ``Defense-wide, Tricare 
Management Activity'' account, the Committee directs that 
$1,000,000 be made available for planning and design to expand 
and alter the existing facility at Grafenwoehr to accommodate 
the Army's Efficient Basing East initiative.

                         INTELLIGENCE UPGRADES

    The Committee is aware that the Department of Defense, 
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Command, 
Control, Communications and Intelligence, is conducting an 
ongoing assessment of U.S. intelligence gathering capabilities 
and requirements. The events of September 11 have placed added 
emphasis on the urgency and importance of this assessment. 
Preliminary study results have identified a serious shortfall 
in the future data archiving capability associated with U.S. 
Measurement and Signature Intelligence. The study indicates 
that a distributed data archiving capability is needed to 
address this shortfall. Such capability would provide data 
backup protection and allow for improved cross-disciplinary and 
trend analysis. This capability would complement and enhance 
the missions of existing Measurement and Signature Intelligence 
centers in the United States by providing enhanced archiving 
and networking capability. Preliminary results of the 
assessment indicate that a backup data archiving facility as 
well as equipment and infrastructure upgrades at existing 
centers could address the anticipated shortfall in capability. 
The study is scheduled to be completed on August 15, 2002. 
Because of the new demands placed on the Nation's intelligence 
gathering resources as a result of the events of September 11, 
the Committee believes that the Department of Defense should 
have the resources available to move forward immediately with 
planning and design for needed upgrades if the final 
conclusions of the assessment bear out the preliminary 
findings. To avoid unnecessary delay pending completion of the 
study, the Committee has reserved $2,000,000 within the 
``Defense-wide planning and design, undistributed'' account to 
be available immediately for planning and design if the study 
determines that such intelligence upgrades are needed.

                        CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee has provided $10,000,000 for the Secretary of 
Defense ``Contingency construction'' account in accordance with 
the budget request. This account provides funds which may be 
used by the Secretary of Defense for unforeseen facility 
requirements. The Committee believes that the funding provided 
in the account is adequate to meet the needs of the Department.

                 ENERGY CONSERVATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM

    The Committee recommends the full budget request of 
$49,531,000 for the Energy Conservation Investment Program 
(ECIP).

               Military Construction, Reserve Components

Appropriations, 2002....................................    $953,103,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................     319,427,000
Committee recommendation................................     609,837,000

    The Committee recommends $609,837,000 for military 
construction projects for the Guard and Reserve components. 
This amount is $290,410,000 above the fiscal year 2003 budget 
request. This increase reflects the Committee's continued 
strong support for the Guard and Reserve.
    The Committee's recommended action on each Reserve 
component project is reflected in the State list at the end of 
this report.
    The Committee recommends approval of military construction, 
Reserve component as outlined in the following table:

                            RESERVE COMPONENT
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Component                     Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Army National Guard.....................    $101,595,000    $208,482,000
Air National Guard......................      62,406,000     217,988,000
Army Reserve............................      58,779,000      66,487,000
Naval Reserve...........................      58,671,000      58,671,000
Air Force Reserve.......................      37,976,000      58,209,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     319,427,000     609,837,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------


    The Committee has added funding for specific Reserve 
component planning and design initiatives. The Committee 
recommendation also provides additional funding over the budget 
request for minor construction activities for the Reserve 
components.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2003 as 
practical:
    Readiness Center, Bethel, AK.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that $500,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Readiness Center, New Haven, CT.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that not less than $1,400,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Joint Readiness Center, Haleyville, AL.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army National 
Guard'' account, the Committee directs that $1,100,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Relocation of Hawaii Army National Guard, Barbers Point 
Naval Air Station, HI.--Of the funds provided for planning and 
design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that not less than $2,000,000 be made 
available for the design of these facilities.
    Readiness Center, Clarksdale, MS.--Of the funds provided 
for planning and design within the ``Army National Guard'' 
account, the Committee directs that $300,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Readiness Center, St. Peters, MO.--Of the funds provided 
for planning and design within the ``Army National Guard'' 
account, the Committee directs that $500,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    AVCRAD, Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot, 
Springfield, MO.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee 
directs that $1,200,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    MATES--Equipment Maintenance Site, Fort Drum, NY.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design within the ``Army 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that $1,527,000 
be made available for the design of this facility.
    Readiness Center, Henderson, NV.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that not less than $850,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Barracks, Chillicothe, OH.--Of the funds provided for minor 
construction within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that $1,497,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Readiness Center STARC, Rapid City, SD.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army National 
Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less than 
$1,200,000 be made available for the design of this facility.
    Organizational Maintenance Shop Consolidation, Pierre, 
SD.--Of the funds provided for planning and design within the 
``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not 
less than $300,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Federal Scout Readiness Centers, Alakanuk, Quinhagak, & 
Kwigillingok, AK.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor 
construction within the ``Army National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the 
construction of these facilities.
    Post Engineer Maintenance Facility, Ft. Harrison, MT.--Of 
the funds provided for unspecified minor construction within 
the ``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
$1,473,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Weapons of Mass Destruction/Civil Support Teams.--Of the 
funds provided for unspecified minor construction within the 
``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not 
less than $2,500,000 be made available for construction to 
support the completion of the WMD/CST facilities.
    Armed Forces Reserve Center/Organizational Maintenance 
Shop, Bedford, Hanscom AFB, MA.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Army Reserve'' account, the 
Committee directs that $2,568,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Armed Forces Reserve Center, Eau Claire, WI.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design within the ``Army Reserve'' 
account, the Committee directs that $927,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.
    Replace Pararescue Training Complex, Kulis ANG Base, AK.--
Of the funds provided for planning and design within the ``Air 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $700,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Munitions Complex, Gulfport, MS.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Air National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that $700,000 be made available for the 
design of these facilities.
    Security Complex, Reno, NV.--Of the funds provided for 
planning and design within the ``Air National Guard'' account, 
the Committee directs that $900,000 be made available for the 
design of these facilities.
    C-5 Support Facilities, Martinsburg Air National Guard 
Base, WV.--Of the funds provided for planning and design within 
the ``Air National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
not less than $3,000,000 be made available for the design of 
these facilities.
    Warehouse 912 Renovation, Lackland AFB, TX.--Of the funds 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the ``Air 
Force Reserve'' account, the Committee directs that not less 
than $800,000 be made available for the renovation of this 
facility.
    Multiple Threat Emitter System (MUTES) Facility, Smoky Hill 
Range, KS.--Of the funds provided for unspecified minor 
construction within the ``Air National Guard'' account, the 
Committee directs that $1,000,000 be made available for the 
construction of this facility.
    Bachelor Officer/Enlisted Quarters, Fort Meade, SD.--Of the 
funds provided for unspecified minor construction within the 
``Army National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that 
$1,500,000 be made available for the construction of these 
quarters.
    Ammunition Supply Point, Camp Grafton, ND.--Of the funds 
provided for unspecified minor construction within the ``Army 
National Guard'' account, the Committee directs that $1,499,000 
be made available for the construction of this facility.

     North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program

Appropriations, 2002....................................    $162,600,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................     168,200,000
Committee recommendation................................     168,200,000

    The Committee has provided $168,200,000 for the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] Security Investment Program 
for fiscal year 2003, fully funding the budget request.
    The Committee continues the requirement that no funds will 
be used for projects (including planning and design) related to 
the enlargement of NATO and the Partnership for Peace program, 
unless Congress is notified 21 days in advance of the 
obligation of funds. In addition, the Committee's intent is 
that section 122 of the General Provisions shall apply to this 
program.
    The Department of Defense is directed to identify 
separately the level of effort anticipated for NATO enlargement 
and for Partnership for Peace for that fiscal year in future 
budget justifications.

                          NATO INFRASTRUCTURE

    The Committee is concerned about the recent increase in the 
number and levels of headquarters associated with the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The military command 
structure now consists of three levels of commands-strategic, 
regional and sub-regional. The Committee recently learned that 
NATO plans to spend over a half billion dollars to upgrade and 
modernize these military command headquarters. This places a 
tremendous financial burden on the NATO Security Investment 
Program (NSIP) as well as the U.S. military services which must 
provide supporting personnel and funding for associated 
barracks, family housing and quality of life facilities at each 
of these headquarters. These military construction projects 
compete directly with projects that support U.S. missions at 
home and overseas. Accordingly, the Committee recommends that 
proposed funding for three U.S. projects relating to the sub-
regional NATO headquarters in Madrid, Spain and Larrisa, Greece 
not be approved.

                      KOREA LAND PARTNERSHIP PLAN

    The Committee supports the Department's efforts to 
consolidate its presence in the Republic of Korea and align 
installations with future requirements. The Korea Land 
Partnership Plan (LPP) appears to offer a strategy to help 
reduce U.S. military infrastructure. However, the Committee 
continues to be concerned about several aspects of the plan, 
which commits both the Department of Defense and Government of 
South Korea to make major infrastructure investments over many 
years. For example, the plan calls for significantly increasing 
the number of accompanied tours in South Korea. Further, the 
Committee understands that there are land exchanges currently 
under consideration, which fall outside the LPP. The plan also 
does not address potential force structure changes that might 
be envisioned over the next 10 years and their impact on 
overall infrastructure requirements.
    The Committee requests that the General Accounting Office 
review the LPP to provide the Congress with a better 
understanding of the plan, associated costs, burden sharing 
implications and other related factors that may not be 
addressed in the plan. This report should be provided to the 
congressional defense committees not later than March 15, 2003.

                        Family Housing Overview

    The Committee has provided $4,228,384,000 for family 
housing construction, operations and maintenance, and the 
Department's family housing improvement fund. This amount is 
$18,076,000 below the fiscal year 2003 budget request and 
$132,645,000 above the amount appropriated in fiscal year 2002.

                          Family Housing, Army

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,402,315,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................   1,402,353,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,396,943,000

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,396,943,000 for 
family housing, Army, in fiscal year 2003. This is $5,410,000 
below the fiscal year 2003 budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $27,452,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                  Request       Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska: Fort Wainwright (38 units)......     $17,752,000     $17,752,000
Arizona: Yuma Proving Ground (33 units).       6,100,000       6,100,000
Germany: Stuttgart (1 unit).............         990,000         500,000
Korea, Yongsan (10 units)...............       3,100,000       3,100,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................      27,942,000      27,452,000
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                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Hawaii: Schofield Barracks/Fort Shafter      $21,000,000     $21,000,000
 (8,178 units) Privatization............
Louisiana: Fort Polk (3,648 units)            64,000,000      64,000,000
 Privatization..........................
Missouri: Fort Leonard Wood (2,472            45,000,000      45,000,000
 units) Privatization...................
New York: West Point (54 units).........      10,800,000      10,800,000
Pennsylvania: Carlisle Barracks (36            4,200,000       4,200,000
 units).................................
Virginia:
    Fort Belvoir (2,070 units)                 8,700,000       8,700,000
     Privatization......................
    Forts Eustis/Fort Story (1,115            14,800,000      14,800,000
     units) Privatization...............
Germany:
    Darmstadt (48 units)................       4,200,000       4,200,000
    Heidelberg (75 units)...............      12,151,000      12,151,000
    Mannheim (72 units).................      10,400,000      10,400,000
    Mannheim (60 units).................      10,000,000      10,000,000
    Schweinfurt (234 units).............       7,600,000       7,600,000
    Stuttgart (72 units)................       9,900,000       9,900,000
    Vilseck (36 units)..................       3,900,000       3,900,000
    Wuerzberg (136 units)...............      11,200,000      11,200,000
Korea: Yongsan (8 units)................       1,900,000       1,900,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     239,751,000     239,751,000
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                 Family Housing, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,241,875,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................   1,243,488,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,239,604,000

    The Committee recommends $1,239,604,000 for family housing, 
Navy and Marine Corps, in fiscal year 2003. This amount is 
$3,884,000 below the fiscal year 2003 budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $223,719,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

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            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
California:
    Lemoore (178 units) Alvarez Village,     $40,981,000     $40,981,000
     Phase VII & VIII...................
    Twentynine Palms (76 units).........      19,425,000      19,425,000
Connecticut: New London (100 units)           24,415,000      24,415,000
 Polaris Park...........................
Florida: Mayport Commanders Quarters (1          329,000         329,000
 unit)..................................
Hawaii: Kaneohe Bay (65 units)..........      24,797,000      24,797,000
Mississippi: Meridian (56 units) Juniper       9,755,000       9,755,000
 Ridge..................................
North Carolina: Camp Lejeune (317 units)      43,650,000      43,650,000
Virginia: Quantico (290 units)..........      41,843,000      41,843,000
Greece: Larissa (2 units)...............       1,232,000  ..............
United Kingdom: St. Mawgan (62 units)...      18,524,000      18,524,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     224,951,000     223,719,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona: MCAS Yuma (121 units)..........     $12,499,000     $12,499,000
California:
    Monterey (193 units)................      18,399,000      18,399,000
    Ventura (215 units) Santa Rosa/Santa      19,605,000      19,605,000
     Cruz...............................
Washington, DC:
    Bethesda (1 unit) Quarters B........           4,000           4,000
    Bethesda (1 unit) Quarters E........           5,000           5,000
    Naval Observatory (1 unit) Quarters           38,000          38,000
     F..................................
Hawaii: Pearl Harbor (1,392 units)            33,382,000      33,382,000
 Privatization..........................
Louisiana: New Orleans (1 unit) Quarters          32,000          32,000
 D......................................
Maryland: Thurmont (1 unit) Cedar.......         109,000         109,000
Nevada: Fallon (1 unit) 150 May Ranch...          96,000          96,000
South Carolina: Charleston (300 units)..      22,900,000      22,900,000
Virginia:
    Hampton Roads (1 unit) Quarters F-           123,000         123,000
     33W................................
    Hampton Roads (1 unit) Quarters G-8.          52,000          52,000
    Hampton Roads (1 unit) Quarters G-28          61,000          61,000
Guam: (102 units) New Apra, Phase II....      16,208,000      16,208,000
Iceland: Keflavik (1 unit) Bldg. 627....         689,000         689,000
Italy: Naples (1 unit) Villa Nike.......          28,000          28,000
Japan:
    Yokosuka (129 units) Townhouses,          12,184,000      12,184,000
     Phase III..........................
    MCAS Iwakuni (44 units).............       1,527,000       1,527,000
    MCAS Iwakuni (44 units).............       1,527,000       1,527,000
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     139,468,000     139,468,000
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                       Family Housing, Air Force

Appropriations, 2002....................................  $1,395,418,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................   1,550,744,000
Committee recommendation (including rescission).........   1,541,962,000

    The Committee recommends $1,541,962,000 for family housing, 
Air Force, in fiscal year 2003, which is $8,782,000 below the 
budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $416,438,000 for new construction, 
as requested, as shown below:

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            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona: Luke AFB (140 units)...........     $18,954,000     $18,954,000
California: Travis AFB (110 units)......      24,320,000      24,320,000
Colorado:
    USAF Academy (71 units).............      12,424,000      12,424,000
    Peterson AFB (2 units)..............         959,000         959,000
Delaware: Dover AFB (112 units).........      19,615,000      19,615,000
Florida:
    Eglin AFB (134 units)...............      15,906,000      15,906,000
    Eglin AFB Housing office............         597,000         597,000
    MacDill AFB (96 units)..............      18,086,000      18,086,000
Hawaii: Hickam AFB (96 units)...........      29,050,000      29,050,000
Idaho: Mountain Home AFB (95 units).....      24,392,000      24,392,000
Kansas: McConnell AFB Housing                  1,514,000       1,514,000
 Maintenance............................
Maryland:
    Andrews AFB (53 units)..............       9,838,000       9,838,000
    Andrews AFB (52 units)..............       8,807,000       8,807,000
Missouri: Whiteman AFB (22 units).......       3,977,000       3,977,000
Mississippi:
    Columbus AFB Housing office.........         412,000         412,000
    Keesler AFB (117 units).............      16,505,000      16,505,000
Montana: Malmstrom AFB (18 units).......       4,717,000       4,717,000
North Carolina:
    Pope AFB Housing Maintenance........         991,000         991,000
    Seymour Johnson AFB (126 units).....      18,615,000      18,615,000
North Dakota:
    Grand Forks AFB (150 units).........      30,140,000      30,140,000
    Minot AFB (112 units)...............      21,428,000      21,428,000
    Minot AFB (102 units)...............      20,315,000      20,315,000
New Mexico: Holloman AFB (101 units)....      20,161,000      20,161,000
Oklahoma: Vance AFB (59 units)..........      11,423,000      11,423,000
South Dakota:
    Ellsworth AFB (22 units)............       4,794,000       4,794,000
    Ellsworth AFB Housing Maintenance...         447,000         447,000
Texas:
    Dyess AFB (85 units)................      14,824,000      14,824,000
    Randolph AFB (112 units)............      14,311,000      14,311,000
    Randolph AFB Housing Maintenance....         447,000         447,000
Virginia: Langley AFB Housing office....       1,193,000       1,193,000
Germany: Ramstein AFB (19 units)........       8,534,000       8,534,000
Korea: Osan AFB (113 units).............      35,705,000      35,705,000
Korea: Osan AFB Housing Warehouse.......         834,000         834,000
United Kingdom: Lakenheath AFB Housing         2,203,000       2,203,000
 Office Maintenance.....................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     416,438,000     416,438,000
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                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

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            Location/project                 Requested      Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama:
    Maxwell AFB (614 units)                      ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
     Privatization......................
    Maxwell AFB Infrastructure..........        $225,000        $225,000
Alaska:
    Eielson AFB--Improve Utility System.       2,352,000       2,352,000
    Eielson AFB--Improve Utility System.       1,675,000       1,675,000
    Elmendorf AFB (192 units)...........      26,927,000      26,927,000
    Davis-Monthan AFB--Improve Utility            81,000          81,000
     System.............................
    Davis-Monthan AFB--Improve Common            482,000         482,000
     Neighborhood Areas.................
    Davis-Monthan AFB--Improve Common            398,000         398,000
     Neighborhood Areas.................
California:
    Beale AFB--Improve Playground.......         127,000         127,000
    Los Angeles AFB--Improve                     491,000         491,000
     Infrastructure.....................
Colorado:
    USAF Academy (66 units).............       6,466,000       6,466,000
    USAF Academy--Improve Infrastructure         134,000         134,000
    Peterson AFB (87 units).............       7,531,000       7,531,000
    Peterson AFB--Improve Parking.......         795,000         795,000
Washington, DC: Bolling AFB--Improve             562,000         562,000
 Electrical System......................
Florida:
    Eglin AFB (Hurlburt) (213 units)....      12,422,000      12,422,000
    Eglin AFB (Hurlburt) Construct               103,000         103,000
     Parking Cover......................
    Patrick AFB--Improve Common                  452,000         452,000
     Neighborhood Areas.................
    Tyndall AFB Housing Supply..........         101,000         101,000
Georgia: Robins AFB--Improve                     256,000         256,000
 Infrastructure.........................
Massachusetts: Hanscom AFB (687 units)           ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
 Privatization..........................
Missouri: Whiteman AFB--Improve Utility          474,000         474,000
 System.................................
Mississippi: Keesler AFB--Improve Street         175,000         175,000
New Mexico: Cannon AFB (1,294 units)           7,754,000       7,754,000
 Privatization..........................
Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB (222 units)..      13,436,000      13,436,000
South Carolina:
    Charleston AFB--Improve Housing              258,000         258,000
     Office.............................
    Shaw AFB (1,704 units) Privatization         ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
Texas: Laughlin AFB--Improve Housing             255,000         255,000
 Office.................................
Virginia:
    Langley AFB (46 units)..............      15,643,000      15,643,000
    Langley AFB--Improve Infrastructure.         362,000         362,000
Washington: McChord AFB--Improve Housing         376,000         376,000
 Office.................................
Wyoming: F. E. Warren AFB (265 units)            ( \1\ )         ( \1\ )
 Privatization..........................
Germany:
    Ramstein AFB (376 units)............      51,526,000      51,526,000
    Spangdahlem AFB (192 units).........      21,229,000      21,229,000
Guam: Andersen AFB (112 units)..........      16,479,000      16,479,000
Japan: Kadena AFB (124 units)...........      15,989,000      15,989,000
United Kingdom: Lakenheath AFB (96            20,532,000      20,532,000
 units).................................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     226,068,000     226,068,000
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\1\ No cost to the government privatization.

    Family Housing, Dyess AFB, TX.--The Committee urges the Air 
Force to evaluate family housing privatization as an option to 
improve the overall quality of family housing at Dyess AFB. In 
accordance with the Air Force fiscal year 2003 budget request, 
the Committee recommends $14,824,000 of traditional military 
construction funding to replace 85 units of base housing. 
Privatization could potentially leverage this initial 
investment to not only replace these units but could also 
modernize additional family housing units on the base.

                      Family Housing, Defense-wide

Appropriations, 2002....................................     $44,012,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................      47,875,000
Committee recommendation................................      47,875,000

    The Committee recommends $47,875,000 for family housing, 
Defense-wide, in fiscal year 2003. This amount is equal to the 
budget request. Specific details are included in the tables at 
the end of the report.

                    Family Housing Improvement Fund

Appropriations, 2002....................................      $2,000,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................       2,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,000,000

    The Committee recommends $2,000,000 for the Family Housing 
Improvement Fund. This amount is equal to the budget request.

                      Base Realignment and Closure


                                OVERVIEW

    The Congress has appropriated, to date, a net total of 
$22,026,046,000 for the Base Realignment and Closure program 
for fiscal years 1990 through 2002. In the bill for fiscal year 
2003, the Committee is recommending total funding of 
$645,138,000 under one account.
    The Committee, in appropriating such funds, has provided 
the Department with the flexibility to allocate funds by 
Service, by function and by base. The Committee, in recognizing 
the complexities of realigning and closing bases and providing 
for environmental restoration, has provided such flexibility to 
allow the Office of the Secretary of Defense to monitor the 
program execution of the Services and to redistribute 
unobligated balances as appropriate to avoid delays and to 
effect timely execution of realignment and closures along with 
environmental restoration.
    The following table displays the total amount appropriated 
for each round of base closure including amounts recommended 
for fiscal year 2003:

                                          BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE
                           [Total funding, fiscal year 1990 through fiscal year 2003]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       Fiscal year 1990                      Fiscal year 2003
                                        through fiscal    Fiscal year 2002      Committee            Total
                                          year 2001           enacted          recommended
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Part I..............................     $2,684,577,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )     $2,684,577,000
Part II.............................      4,915,636,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )      4,915,636,000
Part III............................      7,269,267,000            ( \1\ )            ( \1\ )      7,269,267,000
Part IV.............................      6,523,853,000       $632,713,000       $645,138,000      7,801,704,000
                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total.........................     21,393,333,000        632,713,000        645,138,000     22,671,184,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Not Applicable

    Since the start of the current process for Base Realignment 
and Closure, Military Construction Appropriations Acts have 
appropriated a net total of $22,026,046,000 for the entire 
program for fiscal years 1990 through 2002. The total amount 
appropriated combined with the Committee recommendation for 
fiscal year 2003 Base Realignment and Closure is 
$22,671,184,000.

             Base Realignment and Closure Account, Part IV

Appropriations, 2002....................................    $632,713,000
Budget estimate, 2003...................................     545,138,000
Committee recommendation................................     645,138,000

    The Committee recommends $645,138,000 for the base 
realignment and closure account, part IV. This is an increase 
of $100,000,000 over the amount requested for fiscal year 2003, 
and $12,425,000 over the amount appropriated in fiscal year 
2002.

             ENVIRONMENTAL CLEANUP ACCELERATION INITIATIVE

    The Committee recommendation includes $100,000,000 for a 
BRAC Environmental Cleanup Acceleration Initiative. This 
initiative is intended to address the backlog of critical 
environmental cleanup requirements at military installations 
throughout the Nation that have been closed or realigned over 
the past 12 years. Until environmental cleanup at these 
installations is completed, the properties cannot be returned 
to productive use in the communities. To date, the Department 
of Defense (DOD) has transferred less than half of the property 
at closed or realigned bases, primarily as a result of delays 
due to environmental cleanup-related issues.
    According to an April 2002 General Accounting Office 
report, ``Environmental cleanup has been a long-standing 
concern in the BRAC program--one that has been not only costly 
and challenging for DOD but also frustrating for intended users 
of the property. While DOD has already spent an estimated 
$7,000,000,000 through fiscal year 2001 on BRAC environmental-
related actions, DOD expects to spend an additional 
$3,500,000,000 beyond 2001 to complete its cleanup work.''
    The Committee remains extremely concerned about the pace of 
environmental cleanup at closed or realigned bases, and urges 
the Department of Defense to provide additional resources in 
future budget requests to address this urgent requirement. The 
Army, Navy and Air Force have identified a total of 
$237,168,000 in unfunded BRAC environmental cleanup 
requirements that could be executed in fiscal year 2003 if 
additional funding were made available. The total includes 
$44,868,000 for the Army, $133,100,000 for the Navy and 
$59,200,000 for the Air Force.
    Under the BRAC Environmental Cleanup Acceleration 
Initiative, the Committee directs that an additional 
$20,000,000 be made available for the Army, $55,000,000 for the 
Navy, and $25,000,000 for the Air Force for environmental 
cleanup. These funds are to be allocated at the discretion of 
the Services to meet the most pressing unfunded environmental 
cleanup requirements at closed or realigned bases.

                           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 by the Defense 
Department, and new provisions. The Committee recommendations 
are as follows:
    Sec. 101. Restricts payments under a cost-plus-a-fixed-fee 
contract for work, except in cases of contracts for 
environmental restoration at base closure sites.
    Sec. 102. Permits use of funds for hire of passenger motor 
vehicles.
    Sec. 103. Permits use of funds for defense access roads.
    Sec. 104. Prohibits construction of new bases inside the 
continental United States for which specific appropriations 
have not been made.
    Sec. 105. Limits the use of funds for purchase of land or 
land easements.
    Sec. 106. Prohibits the use of funds to acquire land, 
prepare a site, or install utilities for any family housing 
except housing for which funds have been made available.
    Sec. 107. Limits the use of minor construction funds to 
transfer or relocate activities among installations.
    Sec. 108. Prohibits the procurement of steel unless 
American producers, fabricators, and manufacturers have been 
allowed to compete.
    Sec. 109. Prohibits payments of real property taxes in 
foreign nations.
    Sec. 110. Prohibits construction of new bases overseas 
without prior notification.
    Sec. 111. Establishes a threshold for American preference 
of $500,000 relating to architect and engineering services.
    Sec. 112. Establishes preference for American contractors 
for military construction in the United States territories and 
possessions in the Pacific, and on Kwajalein Atoll, or in the 
Arabian Sea.
    Sec. 113. Requires notification of military exercises 
involving construction in excess of $100,000.
    Sec. 114. Limits obligations during the last 2 months of 
the year.
    Sec. 115. Permits funds appropriated in prior years to be 
available for construction authorized during the current 
session of Congress.
    Sec. 116. Permits the use of expired or lapsed funds to pay 
the cost of supervision for any project being completed with 
lapsed funds.
    Sec. 117. Permits obligation of funds from more than 1 
fiscal year to execute a construction project, provided that 
the total obligation for such project is consistent with the 
total amount appropriated for the project.
    Sec. 118. Allows expired funds to be transferred to the 
``Foreign currency fluctuations, construction, defense'' 
account.
    Sec. 119. Directs the Department to report annually on 
actions taken to encourage other nations to assume a greater 
share of the common defense budget.
    Sec. 120. Allows transfer of proceeds from earlier base 
realignment and closure accounts to the continuing base 
realignment and closure accounts.
    Sec. 121. Permits the transfer of funds from Family Housing 
Construction accounts to the DOD Family Housing Improvement 
Fund.
    Sec. 122. Restricts the use of funds for the Partnership 
for Peace Program.
    Sec. 123. Requires the Secretary of Defense to notify the 
congressional defense committees of all family housing 
privatization solicitations and agreements which contain any 
clause providing consideration for base realignment and 
closure, force reductions and extended deployments.
    Sec. 124. Provides transfer authority to the Homeowners 
Assistance Program.
    Sec. 125. Requires that all Military Construction 
Appropriations Acts be the sole funding source of all operation 
and maintenance for family housing, including flag and general 
officer quarters, and limits the repair on flag and general 
officer quarters to $35,000 per year without prior notification 
to the defense committees.
    Sec. 126. Directs the Department of Defense to accurately 
reflect the costs of environmental remediation activities in 
its budget submissions for the Base Realignment and Closure 
(BRAC) account.

  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.''
    The Committee bill as recommended contains no such 
provisions.

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

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on June 27, 2002, 
the Committee ordered reported S. 2708, an original Interior 
and Related Agencies Appropriations bill, 2003, and S. 2709, an 
original Military Construction Appropriations bill, 2003, both 
subject to amendment and both subject to their budget 
allocations, 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.''
    The Committee bill as recommended contains no such 
provisions.

            MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LISTING BY LOCATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Committee    Change from
   Installation and project        Budget       recommen-      budget
                                   request       dation       estimate
------------------------------------------------------------------------
            ALABAMA

ARMY:
    ANNISTON ARMY DEPOT:              1,900         1,900   ............
     AMMUNITION
     CONTAINERIZATION DOORS...
    FORT RUCKER:
        CANTONMENT FENCING            9,258         9,258   ............
         (DERF)...............
        PHYSICAL FITNESS        ............        3,500        +3,500
         CENTER...............
        UH-60 PARKING APRON...  ............        3,050        +3,050
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: GADSEN:          1,781         1,781   ............
 ADD/ALTER READINESS CENTER...
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALABAMA..........       12,939        19,489        +6,550

            ALASKA

ARMY:
    FORT GREELY: FENCING              2,700         2,700   ............
     (DERF)...................
    FORT RICHARDSON:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--D          21,000        21,000   ............
         STREET (PHASE II)....
        COMMUNITY CENTER......  ............       15,000       +15,000
        PERIMETER FENCING             5,011         5,011   ............
         (DERF)...............
    FORT WAINWRIGHT:
        ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE            910           910   ............
         PROTECTION WINDOWS
         (DERF)...............
        AUTOMATED SNIPER FIELD        1,600         1,600   ............
         FIRE RANGE...........
        BATTALION HEADQUARTERS       18,000        18,000   ............
        FENCING INSTALLATION          6,896         6,896   ............
         BOUNDARY (DERF)......
        INFANTRY PLATOON             24,000        24,000   ............
         BATTLE COURSE........
        MISSION SUPPORT              50,000        50,000   ............
         TRAINING FACILITY....
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE          16,500        16,500   ............
         FACILITY.............
AIR FORCE:
    CLEAR AIR STATION: UPGRADE       14,400        14,400   ............
     POWER PLANT..............
    EIELSON AFB:
        BLAIR LAKES RANGE       ............       19,500       +19,500
         MAINTENANCE COMPLEX..
        CENTRAL HEAT PLANT BAG       21,600        21,600   ............
         HOUSES...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ELMENDORF AFB: HOSPITAL          10,400        10,400   ............
     CONSTRUCTION CLAIM
     PAYMENT..................
    FORT WAINWRIGHT: HOSPITAL        53,000        53,000   ............
     REPLACEMENT (PHASE IV)...
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ALASKA...........      246,017       280,517       +34,500

            ARIZONA

NAVY: YUMA MARINE CORPS AIR           3,000         3,000   ............
 STATION: COMBAT AIRCRAFT
 LOADING APRON (PHASE II).....
AIR FORCE:
    DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB:
        DORMITORY.............        9,110         9,110   ............
        HH-60 APRON/TAXIWAY           3,720         3,720   ............
         AND SHOULDERS........
        HH-60 MAINTENANCE             6,440         6,440   ............
         HANGAR...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ARIZONA......       22,270        22,270   ............

           ARKANSAS

ARMY: PINE BLUFF ARSENAL: NON-       18,937   ............      -18,937
 STOCKPILE AMMUNITION
 DEMOLITION SHOP..............
AIR FORCE:
    LITTLE ROCK AFB:
        ADD/ALTER FUSELAGE            2,500         2,500   ............
         TRAINER FACILITY.....
        ENGINE/PROPELLER              2,100         2,100   ............
         STORAGE FACILITY.....
        MAINTENANCE TRAINING          8,100         8,100   ............
         FACILITY.............
        MAINTENANCE HANGAR....       12,900        12,900   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE: PINE BLUFF        ............       17,990       +17,990
 ARSENAL: NON-STOCKPILE
 AMMUNITION DEMOLITION SHOP...
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    LITTLE ROCK AFB:            ............        5,100        +5,100
     OPERATIONS AND TRAINING
     FACILITY.................
    FORT SMITH MAP: OPERATIONS  ............        6,000        +6,000
     AND TRAINING FACILITY....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ARKANSAS.........       44,537        54,690       +10,153

          CALIFORNIA

ARMY: FORT IRWIN: FENCING             2,522         2,522   ............
 (DERF).......................
NAVY:
    CAMP PENDLETON MARINE
     CORPS BASE:
        ADVANCED AMPHIBIOUS          28,810        28,810   ............
         ASSAULT VEHICLE
         TRAINING CMPLX.......
        AVIATION ARMAMENT SHOP        6,610         6,610   ............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            23,230        23,230   ............
         QUARTERS.............
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT       ............        8,230        +8,230
         CENTER...............
        FIRE PROTECTION               5,320         5,320   ............
         PIPELINE.............
        FORCE INTELLIGENCE           20,000        20,000   ............
         OPERATIONS CENTER
         (DERF)...............
        WATER TREATMENT,             12,000        12,000   ............
         RESERVOIR AND
         DISTRIBUTION.........
    LEMOORE NAVAL AIR STATION:
        AIR PASSENGER TERMINAL        8,070         8,070   ............
        AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON        8,450         8,450   ............
        SECURITY UPGRADES            19,335        19,335   ............
         (DERF)...............
    MIRAMAR MARINE CORPS AIR
     STATION:
        CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT        5,540         5,540   ............
         SHOP.................
        HIGH EXPLOSIVE                3,160         3,160   ............
         MAGAZINE.............
    MONTEREY NAVAL                    2,020         2,020   ............
     POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL:
     REPLACE PERIMETER
     SECURITY FENCE (DERF)....
    POINT MUGU NAVAL AIR              6,760         6,760   ............
     WARFARE CENTER: EXTEND
     AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON...
    PORT HUENEME: SEABEE        ............       10,170       +10,170
     TRAINING FACILITY........
    SAN DIEGO:
        PERIMETER SECURITY            1,580         1,580   ............
         LIGHTING (DERF)......
        PIER 2 ELECTRICAL             3,530         3,530   ............
         UPGRADE..............
        REPLACE PIER (SAN             6,150         6,150   ............
         CLEMENTE ISLAND).....
        SECURITY LIGHTS, PIERS        7,100         7,100   ............
         AND QUAYWALLS (DERF).
    TWENTYNINE PALMS: BACHELOR       25,770        25,770   ............
     ENLISTED QUARTERS........
AIR FORCE:
    BEALE AFB:
        GLOBAL HAWK DINING            3,470         3,470   ............
         FACILITY.............
        GLOBAL HAWK SQUADRON          3,670         3,670   ............
         OPS/MAINTENANCE
         FACILITY.............
        GLOBAL HAWK UPGRADE           4,600         4,600   ............
         MAINTENANCE DOCK.....
    TRAVIS AFB:
        C-17 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.  ............        4,596        +4,596
        C-17 PARTS STORE......  ............        7,998        +7,998
        ELECTRICAL/UTILITIES    ............       11,297       +11,297
         AND SUPPORTING
         INFRASTRUCTURE.......
    VANDENBERG AFB:
        INSTALL STORMWATER            3,100         3,100   ............
         DRAINAGE.............
        UPGRADE WATER                 7,400         7,400   ............
         DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
         (PHASE II)...........
DEFENSE-WIDE: TRAVIS AFB:            16,000        16,000   ............
 REPLACE BULK FUEL STORAGE
 TANKS........................
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    MORENA VALLEY: READINESS         12,044        12,044   ............
     CENTER...................
    SAN DIEGO: ORGANIZATIONAL         6,774         6,774   ............
     MAINTENANCE SHOP.........
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: SEPULVEDA:  ............        7,000        +7,000
 COMMUNICATIONS AND
 ELECTRONICS TRAINING FACILITY
ARMY RESERVE: VALLEJO:                6,501         6,501   ............
 ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
 SHOP/MARINE AMSA.............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    MARCH ARB:
        C-17 ALTER SQUADRON     ............        1,696        +1,696
         OPERATIONS FACILITY..
        C-17 ALTER CO-LOCATED   ............        3,026        +3,026
         LIFE SUPPORT BUILDING
        C-17 ALTER GENERAL      ............        2,004        +2,004
         MAINTENANCE SHOPS....
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, CALIFORNIA...      259,516       315,533       +56,017

           COLORADO

ARMY:
    FORT CARSON:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           42,000        42,000   ............
         NELSON BLVD (PHASE
         II)..................
        FENCING (DERF)........        4,348         4,348   ............
        TRUCK LOADING/                1,100         1,100   ............
         UNLOADING DOCKS......
    PUEBLO DEPOT: AMMUNITION         38,000   ............      -38,000
     DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
     (PHASE  IV)..............
AIR FORCE:
    BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE:
        ADD/ALTER SBIRS               6,900         6,900   ............
         MISSION CONTROL
         STATION..............
        WING HEADQUARTERS/           10,800        10,800   ............
         ADMINISTRATIVE
         FACILITY.............
    PETERSON AFB:
        AT/FP SITE                    2,000         2,000   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS FOR HQ
         COMPLEX (DERF).......
        NORAD BATTLE                  3,500         3,500   ............
         MANAGEMENT CENTER
         (DERF)...............
    SCHRIEVER AFB: VISITORS           5,700         5,700   ............
     CENTER/ENTRY CONTROL
     GATES (DERF).............
    U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY:           4,200         4,200   ............
     PERIMETER FENCE--CADET
     AREA (PHASE I) (DERF)....
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    PETERSON AFB: FAC                25,000        23,000        -2,000
     REFURBISHMENT HOMELAND
     SECURITY CINC (DERF).....
    PUEBLO DEPOT: AMMUNITION    ............       36,100       +36,100
     DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
     (PHASE  IV)..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: BUCKLEY     ............        5,900        +5,900
 AFB: CONTROL TOWER...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, COLORADO.........      143,548       145,548        +2,000

          CONNECTICUT

NAVY:
    NEW LONDON NAVAL SUBMARINE
     BASE:
        GATE 1 SECURITY               4,080         4,080   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        GATE 7 TRUCK ACCESS           3,800         3,800   ............
         SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, CONNECTICUT..        7,880         7,880   ............

           DELAWARE

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NEW CASTLE  ............       10,800       +10,800
 COUNTY AIRPORT: PARKING APRON

     DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

ARMY:
    WALTER REED ARMY MEDICAL
     CENTER:
        ELECTRICAL SWITCH             7,400         7,400   ............
         STATION (DERF).......
        PHYSICAL SECURITY             2,550         2,550   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS/FOREST
         GLEN (DERF)..........
        PHYSICAL SECURITY,            3,844         3,844   ............
         MAIN SECTION (DERF)..
NAVY:
    8TH AND I MARINE BARRACKS:        3,700         3,700   ............
     SITE IMPROVEMENTS........
    WASHINGTON NAVAL YARD: O          2,690         2,690   ............
     STREET VISITOR PROCESS
     CENTER (DERF)............
AIR FORCE:
    BOLLING AFB:
        PERIMETER WALL, NORTH         1,500         1,500   ............
         GATE TO NAVY LINE
         (DERF)...............
        SECURITY FORCES               3,500         3,500   ............
         OPERATIONS FACILITY
         (DERF)...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    BOLLING AFB: DEFENSE            121,958       121,958   ............
     INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
     CENTER...................
    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:             2,500   ............       -2,500
     PARKING GARAGE...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DISTRICT OF            149,642       147,142        -2,500
       COLUMBIA...............

            FLORIDA

NAVY:
    EGLIN AFB: ADVANCED               6,350         6,350   ............
     EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE
     DISPOSAL TRAINING FAC....
    JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        BIRMINGHAM GATE               1,890         1,890   ............
         SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS
         (DERF)...............
        COMMERCIAL GATE               2,680         2,680   ............
         SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS
         (DERF)...............
        YORKTOWN GATE SECURITY        2,200         2,200   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
    MAYPORT NAVAL STATION:            1,900         1,900   ............
     PERIMETER SECURITY
     UPGRADES (DERF)..........
    PANAMA CITY NAVAL SURFACE   ............       10,700       +10,700
     WARFARE CENTER: SPECIAL
     OPERATIONS FACILITY......
    PENSACOLA NAVAL AIR                 990           990   ............
     STATION: RUNWAY APPROACH
     LIGHTS...................
AIR FORCE:
    EGLIN AFB:
        BARRIERS AND INTRUSION        1,050         1,050   ............
         DETECTION SYSTEM
         (DERF)...............
        SECURITY FENCING              3,200         3,200   ............
         (DERF)...............
    HURLBURT FIELD:
        DORMITORY.............        9,000         9,000   ............
        FORCE PROTECTION              3,500         3,500   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (PHASE
         I) (DERF)............
        FORCE PROTECTION              2,500         2,500   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (PHASE
         II) (DERF)...........
    MACDILL AFB: ANTI-                7,000         7,000   ............
     TERRORISM/FORCE
     PROTECTION GATES (DERF)..
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    EGLIN AFB:
        ADD/ALTER COMMAND AND         9,000         9,000   ............
         OPERATIONS FACILITY..
        ALTER FACILITIES FOR          2,100         2,100   ............
         CV-22................
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    HOMESTEAD ARB:                    1,100         1,100   ............
     INSTALLATION PERIMETER
     FENCE (DERF).............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FLORIDA..........       54,460        65,160       +10,700

            GEORGIA

ARMY:
    FORT BENNING:
        AT/FP ACCESS CONTROL          8,000         8,000   ............
         POINTS (DERF)........
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--MAIN       45,000        45,000   ............
         POST (PHASE I).......
        CANTONMENT FENCING           11,986        11,986   ............
         (DERF)...............
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE..        3,250         3,250   ............
    FORT STEWART: SABER HALL         26,000        26,000   ............
     COMPLEX..................
NAVY: KINGS BAY NAVAL                 1,580         1,580   ............
 SUBMARINE BASE: STIMSON GATE
 SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS (DERF).
AIR FORCE:
    ROBINS AFB:
        BASE ENTRANCE/VISITORS        5,400         5,400   ............
         FACILITY (DERF)......
        CORROSION PAINT/DE-     ............       24,000       +24,000
         PAINT FACILITY.......
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: SAVANNAH          1,450         1,450   ............
 IAP: BASE ENTRANCE ROAD
 (DERF).......................
NAVY RESERVE:
    ATLANTA NAVAL AIR STATION:        6,730         6,730   ............
     BACHELOR ENLISTED
     QUARTERS.................
    SAVANNAH MARINE CORPS             5,900         5,900   ............
     RESERVE CENTER: RESERVE
     TRAINING BUILDING........
AIR FORCE RESERVE: DOBBINS            2,000         2,000   ............
 ARB: VISITORS CENTER (DERF)..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GEORGIA..........      117,296       141,296       +24,000

            HAWAII

ARMY:
    POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA:    ............       13,000       +13,000
     ACCESS ROAD (SADDLE ROAD)
     PHASE  I.................
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           49,000        49,000   ............
         CAPRON AVENUE (PHASE
         I)...................
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--QUAD       42,000        42,000   ............
         C....................
NAVY:
    FORD ISLAND: SITE           ............       19,400       +19,400
     IMPROVEMENTS (UTILITY
     SYSTEMS).................
    MARINE CORPS BASE/OAHU:     ............        9,500        +9,500
     RELIGIOUS MINISTRY
     FACILITY  (CHAPEL).......
    PEARL HARBOR NAVAL
     STATION:
        RECAPITALIZE BRAVO           10,490        10,490   ............
         WHARFS...............
        SECURITY LIGHTING             4,200         4,200   ............
         (DERF)...............
AIR FORCE: HICKAM AFB:                1,350         1,350   ............
 FLIGHTLINE SECURITY FENCING/
 GATES (PHASE I) (DERF).......
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    HICKAM AFB: LIFE SKILLS           2,700         2,700   ............
     CLINIC REPLACEMENT.......
    KAUAI PACIFIC MISSILE            23,400        23,400   ............
     RANGE FACILITY: THAAD
     TEST FACILITY............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: BARBERS         22,473        22,473   ............
 POINT: ADD/ALTER
 ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING
 (PHASE I)....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, HAWAII...........      155,613       197,513       +41,900

             IDAHO

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: GOWEN      ............        1,500        +1,500
 FIELD/BOISE: READINESS CENTER
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    GOWEN FIELD/BOISE: AIR      ............        6,700        +6,700
     SUPPORT SQUADRON
     (BEDDOWN)................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, IDAHO............  ............        8,200        +8,200

           ILLINOIS

NAVY:
    GREAT LAKES NAVAL TRAINING
     CENTER:
        COMMERCIAL TRUCK              1,620         1,620   ............
         INSPECTION FACILITY
         (DERF)...............
        INTRUSION RESISTANT           6,470         6,470   ............
         GATES (DERF).........
        RECRUIT BARRACKS......       43,360        38,360        -5,000
        RECRUIT BARRACKS......       41,740        36,740        -5,000
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:             ............       10,000       +10,000
 SPRINGFIELD (CAPITOL
 AIRPORT): COMPOSITE SUPPORT
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, ILLINOIS.........       93,190        93,190   ............

            INDIANA

ARMY: NEWPORT ARMY AMMUNITION        61,494   ............      -61,494
 PLANT: AMMUNITION
 DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
 (PHASE V)....................
DEFENSE-WIDE: NEWPORT ARMY      ............       58,420       +58,420
 AMMUNITION PLANT: AMMUNITION
 DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
 (PHASE V)....................
AIR FORCE RESERVE: GRISSOM AIR  ............        6,000        +6,000
 RESERVE BASE: ADDITION/
 ALTERATION AIRCRAFT
 MAINTENANCE HANGAR...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, INDIANA..........       61,494        64,420        +2,926

             IOWA

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    DES MOINES: AIRFIELD        ............        9,200        +9,200
     FACILITIES UPGRADE.......
    SIOUX GATEWAY AIRPORT:
        KC-135 UPGRADE                6,900         6,900   ............
         AIRCRAFT MAINT.
         HANGAR AND SHOP......
        KC-135 UPGRADE SHOPS          4,800         4,800   ............
         AND OPERATIONS
         FACILITY.............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, IOWA.........       11,700        20,900        +9,200

            KANSAS

ARMY:
    FORT LEAVENWORTH:
        ACCESS CONTROL POINTS         3,150         3,150   ............
         (DERF)...............
        CANTONMENT FENCING            4,829         4,829   ............
         (DERF)...............
    FORT RILEY:
        ACCESS CONTROL GATES          6,000         6,000   ............
         (DERF)...............
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           41,000        41,000   ............
         INFANTRY DRIVE EAST..
        CANTONMENT FENCING            7,095         7,095   ............
         (DERF)...............
        COMBINED ARMS           ............       13,800       +13,800
         COLLECTIVE TRAINING
         FACILITY, PH I.......
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT RILEY: ADD/ALTER               770           770   ............
     ORGANIZATIONAL
     MAINTENANCE SHOP.........
    KANSAS CITY: ADD/ALTER              771           771   ............
     ORGANIZATIONAL
     MAINTENANCE SHOP.........
    TOPEKA: ARMED FORCES             14,607        14,607   ............
     RESERVE CENTER...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, KANSAS...........       78,222        92,022       +13,800

           KENTUCKY

ARMY:
    BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT:
        AMMUNITION                   10,300   ............      -10,300
         DEMILITARIZATION
         FACILITY (PHASE III).
        AMMUNITION                    8,300   ............       -8,300
         DEMILITARIZATION
         SUPPORT (PHASE III)..
        RAILYARD                      5,500         5,500   ............
         INFRASTRUCTURE.......
    FORT CAMPBELL: BARRACKS          49,000        49,000   ............
     COMPLEX--RANGE ROAD
     (PHASE I)................
    FORT KNOX:
        ACCESS CONTROL (DERF).        2,529         2,529   ............
        CANTONMENT FENCING            3,344         3,344   ............
         (DERF)...............
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT       ............        6,800        +6,800
         CENTER...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT:
        AMMUNITION              ............        9,785        +9,785
         DEMILITARIZATION
         FACILITY (PHASE II)..
        AMMUNITION              ............        7,885        +7,885
         DEMILITARIZATION
         SUPPORT (PHASE III)..
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, KENTUCKY.....       78,973        84,843        +5,870

           LOUISIANA

ARMY:
    FORT POLK:
        DIGITAL MULTI-PURPOSE        31,000        31,000   ............
         TRAINING RANGE.......
        FENCING (DERF)........        6,620         6,620   ............
AIR FORCE:
    BARKSDALE AFB:
        DORMITORY.............       10,900        10,900   ............
        PARKING APRON.........  ............       12,000       +12,000
DEFENSE-WIDE: NEW ORLEANS             9,500         9,500   ............
 NAVAL AIR STATION: REPLACE
 BULK FUEL STORAGE TANKS......
NAVY RESERVE:
    NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        ENGINE MAINTENANCE            1,500         1,500   ............
         SHOP ADDITION........
        HAZARDOUS MATERIAL            2,690         2,690   ............
         STORAGE..............
        PERIMETER ROAD AND            1,510         1,510   ............
         FENCING (DERF).......
        RUNWAY AND TAXIWAY           14,600        14,600   ............
         EXTENSION............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: NEW         ............        5,500        +5,500
 ORLEANS JOINT RESERVE BASE
 BELLE CHASSE: VEHICLE
 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
 SHOP.........................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, LOUISIANA........       78,320        95,820       +17,500

             MAINE

NAVY:
    BRUNSWICK NAVAL AIR         ............        9,830        +9,830
     STATION: CONTROL TOWER
     UPGRADE..................
    PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD:
        ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE         11,600        11,600   ............
         PROTECTION
         IMPROVEMENTS.........
        GATE 1 SECURITY               3,600         3,600   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MAINE........       15,200        25,030        +9,830

           MARYLAND

ARMY:
    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND:         30,600   ............      -30,600
     AMMUNITION
     DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
     (PHASE V)................
    FORT DETRICK:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           16,000        16,000   ............
         PORTER STREET SOUTH..
        COMMUNITY SUPPORT             3,700         3,700   ............
         CENTER...............
NAVY:
    ANDREWS AFB NAVAL AIR             9,680         9,680   ............
     FACILITY: BACHELOR
     ENLISTED QUARTERS
     REPLACEMENT..............
    CARDEROCK (NSWC): NATIONAL  ............       12,900       +12,900
     MARITIME TECHNICAL
     INFORMATION CENTER.......
AIR FORCE:
    ANDREWS AFB:
        ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE          4,100         4,100   ............
         PROTECTION POV GATES
         (DERF)...............
        ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE          5,500         5,500   ............
         PROT REMAINING GATES
         (DERF)...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND:    ............       29,070       +29,070
     AMMUNITION
     DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY
     (PHASE V)................
    FORT MEADE:
        PERIMETER SECURITY....        1,896         1,896   ............
        OPERATIONS BUILDING 1         2,588         2,588   ............
         STAIR TOWERS.........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MARYLAND.....       74,064        85,434       +11,370

         MASSACHUSETTS

AIR FORCE:
    FOURTH CLIFF RECREATION     ............        9,476        +9,476
     AREA: EROSION CONTROL/
     RETAINING WALL...........
    HANSCOM AFB: ADD/ALTER            7,700         7,700   ............
     FITNESS CENTER...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MASSACHUSETTS....        7,700        17,176        +9,476

           MICHIGAN

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: LANSING:   ............       16,928       +16,928
 JOINT/MULTI-UNIT READINESS
 CENTER, PHASE I..............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    SELFRIDGE ANGB:
        ADD PERIMETER FENCING         1,000         1,000   ............
         (DERF)...............
        JOINT DINING FACILITY.  ............        8,500        +8,500
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MICHIGAN.....        1,000        26,428       +25,428

           MINNESOTA

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: DULUTH      ............       15,000       +15,000
 INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR &
 SHOP, PHASE II...............
NAVY RESERVE: DULUTH NAVAL            1,450         1,450   ............
 RESERVE CENTER: HARDEN
 RESERVE BUILDING (DERF)......
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MINNESOTA........        1,450        16,450       +15,000

          MISSISSIPPI

NAVY:
    GULFPORT NAVAL                    5,460         5,460   ............
     CONSTRUCTION BATTALION
     CENTER: COMMUNICATIONS/
     INSTRUCTION FACILITY.....
    MERIDIAN NAVAL AIR          ............        2,850        +2,850
     STATION: CONTROL TOWER
     AND BEACON  TOWER........
    PASCAGOULA NAVAL STATION:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED       ............       10,500       +10,500
         QUARTERS (100 SPACES)
        CONSTRUCT NEW NAVY            4,160         4,160   ............
         CHANNEL..............
AIR FORCE: KEESLER AFB:              22,000        22,000   ............
 STUDENT DORMITORY............
DEFENSE-WIDE: SPECIAL           ............        5,000        +5,000
 OPERATIONS COMMAND: STENNIS
 SPACE CENTER, LAND/WATER
 RANGES.......................
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:            ............        2,300        +2,300
 KOSCIUSKO: READINESS CENTER..
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    JACKSON IAP:
        C-17 CONSTRUCT                4,100         4,100   ............
         MAINTENANCE TRAINING
         FACILITY.............
        C-17 REPLACE FUEL CELL       25,000        25,000   ............
         HANGAR/SHOP..........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MISSISSIPPI..       60,720        81,370       +20,650

           MISSOURI

ARMY:
    FORT LEONARD WOOD:
        ACCESS CONTROL POINTS         9,493         9,493   ............
         4 LOCATIONS (DERF)...
        TACTICAL VEHICLE             15,500        15,500   ............
         SIMULATOR BUILDING...
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: FORT       ............       14,767       +14,767
 LEONARD WOOD: AVIATION
 SUPPORT FACILITY.............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: ST. LOUIS/  ............        4,000        +4,000
 LAMBERT FIELD: BASE
 RELOCATION/FACILITIES UPGRADE
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MISSOURI.........       24,993        43,760       +18,767

            MONTANA

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: GORE HILL/  ............        3,500        +3,500
 GREAT FALLS: LOAD CREW
 TRAINING FACILITY............
NAVY RESERVE:
    BILLINGS NAVAL RESERVE           16,293
     CENTER...................
        RESERVE CENTER WITH           5,905         5,905   ............
         LAND.................
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MONTANA......        5,905         9,405        +3,500

           NEBRASKA

AIR FORCE: OFFUTT AFB: FIRE/    ............       11,000       +11,000
 CRASH RESCUE STATION.........
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    LINCOLN: ADD/ALTER                  757           757   ............
     READINESS CENTER.........
    NORFOLK: ORGANIZATIONAL           3,666         3,666   ............
     MAINTENANCE SHOP.........
ARMY RESERVE: LINCOLN: RESERVE        8,732         8,732   ............
 CENTER/MAINT SHOP/UNHEATED
 STORAGE......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEBRASKA.........       13,155        24,155       +11,000

            NEVADA

AIR FORCE:
    NELLIS AFB:
        DORMITORY.............       12,280        12,280   ............
        EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE            6,900         6,900   ............
         DISPOSAL FACILITY
         (DERF)...............
        F-22 MUNITIONS                3,170         3,170   ............
         MAINTENANCE FACILITY.
        LAND ACQUISITION......       15,000        15,000   ............
        LAND ACQUISITION......  ............       19,500       +19,500
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEVADA.......       37,350        56,850       +19,500

         NEW HAMPSHIRE

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: PEASE AIR   ............        4,450        +4,450
 BASE: FIRE STATION...........

          NEW JERSEY

NAVY:
    EARLE NAVAL WEAPONS               5,600         5,600   ............
     STATION: WATERFRONT MAIN
     GATE SECURITY
     IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)......
    LAKEHURST NAVAL AIR         ............        5,200        +5,200
     WARFARE CENTER:
     STRUCTURAL & AIRCRAFT
     FIRE RESCUE STATION......
AIR FORCE: MCGUIRE AFB: C-17         24,631        24,631   ............
 FLIGHTLINE OPERATIONS
 FACILITIES...................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW JERSEY.......       30,231        35,431        +5,200

          NEW MEXICO

AIR FORCE:
    CANNON AFB: SECURITY              4,650         4,650   ............
     FORCES OPERATIONS
     FACILITY (DERF)..........
    HOLLOMAN AFB: SURVIVAL      ............        4,650        +4,650
     EQUIPMENT SHOP...........
    KIRTLAND AFB:
        VISITING AIRMEN         ............        8,400        +8,400
         QUARTERS.............
        RELOCATE TRUMAN GATE          2,500         2,500   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UPGRADE MUNITIONS            11,000        11,000   ............
         MAINT STORAGE COMPLEX
         SEC (DERF)...........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW MEXICO...       18,150        31,200       +13,050

           NEW YORK

ARMY:
    FORT DRUM: SHOOT HOUSE....        1,500         1,500   ............
    WEST POINT: FENCING WEST          4,991         4,991   ............
     POINT PROPER (DERF)......
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    WEST POINT:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             3,898         3,898   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               449           449   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
ARMY RESERVE: OSWEGO: RESERVE         5,492         5,492   ............
 CENTER/MAINT SHOP/UNHEATED
 STORAGE......................
NAVY RESERVE: SYRACUSE MARINE         2,030         2,030   ............
 CORPS RESERVE CENTER: VEHICLE
 MAINTENANCE FACILITY.........
AIR FORCE RESERVE: NIAGARA      ............        9,000        +9,000
 FALLS AIR RESERVE STATION:
 VISITING AIRMEN QUARTERS,
 PHASE I......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NEW YORK.........       18,360        27,360        +9,000

        NORTH CAROLINA

ARMY:
    FORT BRAGG:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           50,000        50,000   ............
         ARMISTEAD STREET.....
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           50,000        50,000   ............
         BUTNER ROAD (PHASE
         III).................
        CONSOLIDATED FUEL            17,500        17,500   ............
         FACILITY.............
        FENCING (DERF)........        4,732         4,732   ............
        FORCE PROTECTION PLAN        18,000        18,000   ............
         (PHASE II) (DERF)....
NAVY:
    CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE CORPS         5,370         5,370   ............
     BASE: FITNESS CENTER
     ADDITION.................
    CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS         6,040         6,040   ............
     AIR STATION: T-56 TEST
     CELL.....................
    NEW RIVER MARINE CORPS AIR        6,920         6,920   ............
     STATION: PROPERTY CONTROL
     FACILITY.................
AIR FORCE:
    POPE AFB: DORMITORY.......        9,700         9,700   ............
    SEYMOUR JOHNSON: FIRE/      ............       10,600       +10,600
     CRASH RESCUE STATION.....
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CAMP LEJEUNE MARINE CORPS
     BASE:
        REPLACE ELEMENTARY           10,884        10,884   ............
         SCHOOL...............
        REPLACE ELEMENTARY            1,254         1,254   ............
         SCHOOL (DERF)........
    FORT BRAGG:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               900           900   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               104           104   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               925           925   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               107           107   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
        RENOVATE BRYANT HALL..       11,600        11,600   ............
        WEAPONS TRAINING             19,200        19,200   ............
         FACILITY.............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: ELIZABETH          208           208   ............
 CITY: MOTOR VEHICLE STORAGE
 COMPOUND.....................
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: CHARLOTTE/        2,500         2,500   ............
 DOUGLAS IAP: RELOCATE ROAD
 AND GATE HOUSE (DERF)........
ARMY RESERVE: FORT BRAGG: ADD/        1,624         1,624   ............
 ALTER ARMY RESERVE CENTER....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, NORTH CAROLINA...      217,568       228,168       +10,600

         NORTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE: MINOT AFB: CRUISE    ............       18,000       +18,000
 MISSILE STORAGE FACILITY.....

             OHIO

AIR FORCE:
    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB:
        AFTER GRADUATE          ............       13,000       +13,000
         EDUCATION FACILITY...
        DORMITORY.............       10,400   ............      -10,400
        FULLY CONTAINED SMALL        12,000         9,700        -2,300
         ARMS RANGE COMPLEX
         (DERF)...............
        CONSOLIDATE MATERIALS   ............       15,200       +15,200
         COMPUTATIONAL
         RESEARCH FAC.........
DEFENSE-WIDE: COLUMBUS DEFENSE        5,021         5,021   ............
 SUPPLY CENTER: PHYSICAL
 FITNESS FACILITY.............
NAVY RESERVE: COLUMBUS NAVAL          1,040         1,040   ............
 AND MARINE CORPS RESERVE
 CENTER: HARDEN RESERVE
 BUILDING (DERF)..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE: YOUNGSTOWN         2,500   ............       -2,500
 ARS: VISITORS CENTER (DERF)..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OHIO.............       30,961        43,961       +13,000

           OKLAHOMA

ARMY:
    FORT SILL:
        CANTONMENT FENCING            4,652         4,652   ............
         (DERF)...............
        LOGISTICS MAINTENANCE   ............       10,000       +10,000
         FACILITY, PHASE I....
AIR FORCE:
    ALTUS AFB: CONSOLIDATE      ............        7,700        +7,700
     BASE ENGINEER COMPLEX,
     PHASE I..................
    VANCE AFB: ROAD REPAIR      ............        4,800        +4,800
     (ELAM ROAD)..............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, OKLAHOMA.........        4,652        27,152       +22,500

            OREGON

AIR NATIONAL GUARD: KLAMATH           1,000         1,000   ............
 FALLS AIRPORT-KINGSLEY FIELD:
 REPLACE PERIMETER FENCING
 (DERF).......................
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    PORTLAND IAP:
        ALTER MAINTENANCE               525           525   ............
         HANGAR...............
        ALTER MAINTENANCE             2,650         2,650   ............
         SHOPS................
        CONSOLIDATED TRAINING         1,609         1,609   ............
         FACILITY (PHASE I)...
        HYDRANT REFUELING             6,400         6,400   ............
         SYSTEM (PHASE I).....
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OREGON.......       12,184        12,184   ............

         PENNSYLVANIA

ARMY: LETTERKENNY ARMY DEPOT:         1,550         1,550   ............
 AMMUNITION ROAD
 INFRASTRUCTURE...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT INDIANTOWN GAP: BASE         2,300         2,300   ............
     ENTRY, RELOCATE ROAD AND
     FENCING (DERF)...........
    PITTSBURGH: SQUADRON        ............        7,700        +7,700
     OPERATIONS & SUPPORT
     FACILITY.................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, PENNSYLVANIA.....        3,850        11,550        +7,700

         RHODE ISLAND

NAVY: NEWPORT NAVAL STATION:    ............        9,030        +9,030
 CONSOLIDATED POLICE/FIRE/
 SECURITY FACILITY............

        SOUTH CAROLINA

ARMY:
    FORT JACKSON:
        BASIC COMBAT TRAINING        39,000        39,000   ............
         COMPLEX (PHASE II)...
        CANTONMENT FENCING            3,051         3,051   ............
         (DERF)...............
NAVY:
    BEAUFORT MARINE CORPS AIR        13,700        13,700   ............
     STATION: AIRCRAFT
     ACOUSTICAL ENCLOSURE.....
    CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPONS          5,740         5,740   ............
     STATION: SECURITY
     CONSOLIDATION (DERF).....
    PARRIS ISLAND MARINE CORPS
     RECRUIT DEPOT:
        ALL WEATHER TRAINING          7,410         7,410   ............
         FACILITY.............
        RECRUIT TRAINING              3,080         3,080   ............
         FACILITY ADDITION....
AIR FORCE: SHAW AFB: FIGHTER    ............        6,800        +6,800
 SQUADRON MAINTENANCE
 FACILITIES...................
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT JACKSON:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               865           865   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               100           100   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             1,382         1,382   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               159           159   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: MCENTIRE    ............       10,200       +10,200
 AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
 REPLACE OPERATIONS & TRAINING
 FACILITY.....................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SOUTH CAROLINA...       74,487        91,487       +17,000

         SOUTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE: ELLSWORTH AFB:       ............       13,200       +13,200
 OPERATIONS FACILITY..........
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: CAMP       ............       10,593       +10,593
 RAPID: BARRACKS/DINING/
 ADMINISTRATION & PARKING,
 PHASE I......................
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SOUTH DAKOTA.....  ............       23,793       +23,793

             TEXAS

ARMY:
    FORT BLISS: CANTONMENT            4,291         4,291   ............
     FENCING (DERF)...........
    FORT HOOD:
        ACCESS CONTROL               24,000        24,000   ............
         BUILDING (DERF)......
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           45,000        45,000   ............
         CLEAR CREEK ROAD.....
        FENCING (DERF)........        2,461         2,461   ............
NAVY:
    INGLESIDE: MINE WARFARE     ............        5,480        +5,480
     TRAINING CENTER..........
    KINGSVILLE NAVAL AIR              6,210         6,210   ............
     STATION: UPGRADE AIRFIELD
     LIGHTING AND CONTROLS....
AIR FORCE:
    CAMP BULLIS:
        MOUT TRAINING FACILITY        6,000         6,000   ............
         (DERF)...............
        VISITING QUARTERS             4,000         4,000   ............
         (DERF)...............
    GOODFELLOW AFB: WING        ............       10,600       +10,600
     SUPPORT COMPLEX..........
    LACKLAND AFB:
        STUDENT DORMITORY.....       18,500        18,500   ............
        MILITARY OPERATIONS IN       13,000        13,000   ............
         URBAN TERRAIN (MOUT)
         (DERF)...............
    SHEPPARD AFB:
        DORMITORY.............       10,000        10,000   ............
        EURO-NATO JOINT PILOT         6,000         6,000   ............
         TRAINING, FLIGHT
         SIMULATOR............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD: FORT        ............        8,700        +8,700
 BLISS: BASE DEFENSE TRAINING
 CENTER.......................
ARMY RESERVE: GRAND PRAIRIE:          9,113         9,113   ............
 RESERVE CENTER/MAINTENANCE
 SHOP.........................
NAVY RESERVE:
    FORT WORTH NAVAL AIR              1,500         1,500   ............
     STATION/JOINT RESERVE
     BASE: BASE PASS, ID AND
     VISITORS CENTER (DERF)...
    WACO MARINE CORPS RESERVE         4,140         4,140   ............
     CENTER: VEHICLE
     MAINTENANCE FACILITY.....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, TEXAS............      154,215       178,995       +24,780

             UTAH

AIR FORCE: HILL AFB:            ............       16,500       +16,500
 CONSOLIDATED SOFTWARE SUPPORT
 FACILITY.....................

            VERMONT

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SOUTH      ............       11,241       +11,241
 BURLINGTON: READINESS CENTER,
 PHASE  I.....................

           VIRGINIA

ARMY:
    FORT EUSTIS: FENCING AND          4,133         4,133   ............
     ACCESS ROADS (DERF)......
    FORT LEE: CANTONMENT              1,903         1,903   ............
     FENCING (DERF)...........
NAVY:
    DAHLGREN NAVAL SURFACE
     WEAPONS CENTER:
        CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL           6,600         6,600   ............
         WARFARE DETACHMENT
         FAC (DERF)...........
        THEATER WARFARE               9,230         9,230   ............
         INTEGRATION CENTER...
    LITTLE CREEK NAVAL
     AMPHIBIOUS BASE:
        INFORMATION WARFARE           5,370         5,370   ............
         OPERATIONAL CONTROL
         CTR (DERF)...........
        NEW TRUCK ACCESS GATE         4,400         4,400   ............
         (DERF)...............
    NORFOLK NAVAL SHIPYARD:     ............       16,810       +16,810
     SHIP COMPONENT SERVICE
     FACILITY.................
    NORFOLK NAVAL STATION:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE         34,450        34,450   ............
         FACILITIES...........
        AIRFIELD                     11,290        11,290   ............
         RECAPITALIZATION.....
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            37,310        37,310   ............
         QRTS, SHIPBOARD
         ASHORE (PHASE I).....
        GATE 2 SECURITY               4,400         4,400   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        GATE 3A SECURITY              4,005         4,005   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        GATE 5 SECURITY               2,260         2,260   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        MAIN GATE SECURITY            2,200         2,200   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        PIER REPLACEMENT             33,520        33,520   ............
         (PHASE II)...........
        SHORELINE SECURITY            2,030         2,030   ............
         FENCING..............
        UPGRADE ELECTRICAL           25,160        25,160   ............
         DISTRIBUTION (PHASE
         II)..................
    OCEANA NAVAL AIR STATION:
        AIRFIELD APPROACH             2,000         2,000   ............
         LIGHTING.............
        AIRFIELD PERIMETER           10,500        10,500   ............
         SECURITY (DERF)......
        POST 1 SECURITY               3,990         3,990   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
    PORTSMOUTH NAVAL SHIPYARD:       19,660        19,660   ............
     ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE
     PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS..
    QUANTICO MARINE CORPS
     BASE:
        ARMORY/FLEET WEAPONS          4,234         4,234   ............
         SUPPORT FACILITY.....
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            10,280        10,280   ............
         QUARTERS.............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED             5,040         5,040   ............
         QUARTERS ADDITION....
    YORKTOWN NAVAL WEAPONS           15,020        15,020   ............
     STATION: BACHELOR
     ENLISTED QUARTERS
     REPLACEMENT..............
AIR FORCE:
    LANGLEY AFB:
        AIR COMBAT COMMAND           24,000        24,000   ............
         OPERATIONS SUPPORT
         CTR (DERF)...........
        DORMITORY.............        8,320         8,320   ............
        F-22 FLIGHT SIMULATOR.        8,120         8,120   ............
        F-22 INFRASTRUCTURE          10,700        10,700   ............
         AND UTILITIES........
        F-22 SQUADRON OPS/           20,800        20,800   ............
         AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE
         UNIT.................
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ARLINGTON: LAND                  18,000   ............      -18,000
     ACQUISITION..............
    RICHMOND DEFENSE SUPPLY           5,500         5,500   ............
     CENTER: RENOVATE
     OPERATIONS CENTER........
    FORT BELVOIR: DEFENSE            50,188        50,188   ............
     THREAT REDUCTION CENTER..
    LITTLE CREEK:
        OPERATIONS TRAINER....        4,400         4,400   ............
        SEAL TEAM OPERATIONS          9,900         9,900   ............
         FACILITY.............
        QUANTICO MARINE CORPS
         BASE.................
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             1,272         1,272   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               146           146   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: FORT       ............        8,957        +8,957
 PICKETT: MANUEVER & EQUIPMENT
 TRAINING SITE................
ARMY RESERVE: FORT STORY:            12,385        12,385   ............
 RESERVE CENTER/MAINT SHOP/
 UNHEATED STORAGE.............
NAVY RESERVE: NORFOLK: RESERVE        4,770         4,770   ............
 CENTER ADDITION..............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, VIRGINIA.........      437,486       445,253        +7,767

          WASHINGTON

ARMY:
    FORT LEWIS:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--17TH       50,000        50,000   ............
         & B STREET (PHASE II)
        BATTLE SIMULATION            24,000        24,000   ............
         CENTER...............
        COMBINED ARMS                29,800        29,800   ............
         COLLECTIVE TRAINING
         FACILITY.............
        FENCING (DERF)........        2,395         2,395   ............
NAVY:
    BANGOR:
        MISSILE SPARES STORAGE        7,340         7,340   ............
         BUILDING.............
        RELOCATE ENCUMBERED           5,900         5,900   ............
         WATERFRONT SHOPS.....
        SMALL ARMS TRAINING          16,410        16,410   ............
         CENTER (DERF)........
    BREMERTON NAVAL STATION:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED            35,120        35,120   ............
         QUARTERS, SHIPBOARD
         ASHORE...............
        SHIP MOVEMENTS OFFICE         2,200         2,200   ............
         WITH CONTROL TOWER
         (DERF)...............
        WATERFRONT                    8,550         8,550   ............
         REVITALIZATION.......
    PORT HADLOCK NAVAL                4,030         4,030   ............
     MAGAZINE: AMMUNITION
     WHARF IMPROVEMENTS.......
    PUGET SOUND NAVAL
     SHIPYARD:
        ANTI-TERRORISM/FORCE         21,670        21,670   ............
         PROTECTION
         IMPROVEMENTS.........
        INDUSTRIAL WASTE             11,390        11,390   ............
         TREATMENT FACILITY...
        WATERFRONT SUPPORT           21,072        21,072   ............
         FACILITIES...........
    WHIDBEY ISLAND NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        AIRCRAFT DIRECT               9,180         9,180   ............
         REFUELING FACILITY...
        AULT FIELD SECURITY           8,400         8,400   ............
         FENCING (DERF).......
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD: SPOKANE:   ............       11,598       +11,598
 READINESS CENTER (PHASE I)...
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WASHINGTON.......      257,457       269,055       +11,598

         WEST VIRGINIA

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    LEWISBURG: READINESS        ............        5,715        +5,715
     CENTER...................
    SUMMERSVILLE: READINESS           6,800         6,800   ............
     CENTER...................
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:             ............       12,200       +12,200
 MARTINSBURG AIRBASE: SITE
 IMPROVEMENT AND UTILITIES....
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WEST VIRGINIA....        6,800        24,715       +17,915

           WISCONSIN

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP WILLIAMS: UNITED             6,045         6,045   ............
     STATES PROPERTY AND
     FISCAL OFFICE WAREHOUSE..
    MADISON: UNITED STATES            5,245         5,245   ............
     PROPERTY AND FISCAL
     OFFICE...................
ARMY RESERVE:
    FORT MCCOY:
        BATTALION DINING              5,117         5,117   ............
         FACILITY.............
        BATTLE SIMULATION       ............        3,863        +3,863
         CENTER...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WISCONSIN....       16,407        20,270        +3,863

            WYOMING

AIR FORCE: WARREN AFB:          ............       10,000       +10,000
 STORMWATER DRAINAGE SYSTEM...
NAVY RESERVE: CHEYENNE NAVAL          1,240         1,240   ............
 RESERVE CENTER: HARDEN
 RESERVE BUILDING (DERF)......
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, WYOMING..........        1,240        11,240       +10,000

            BAHRAIN

NAVY: BAHRAIN NAVAL SUPPORT          25,970        25,970   ............
 ACTIVITY: INSTALLATION
 SERVICE SUPPORT CENTER.......

            BELGIUM

ARMY: SHAPE HEADQUARTERS:            13,600        13,600   ............
 BARRACKS COMPLEX--CHIEVRES...
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    SHAPE HEADQUARTERS:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             1,410         1,410   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               163           163   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BELGIUM......       15,173        15,173   ............

             CUBA

NAVY: GUANTANAMO BAY: SECURITY        4,280         4,280   ............
 UPGRADES (DERF)..............

         DIEGO GARCIA

NAVY:
    DIEGO GARCIA NAVAL SUPPORT
     FACILITY:
        PHYSICAL READINESS            8,370         8,370   ............
         CENTER...............
        WATERFRONT OPERATIONS         2,720         2,720   ............
         SUPPORT FACILITY.....
AIR FORCE: DIEGO GARCIA: B-2         17,100        17,100   ............
 AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON.......
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, DIEGO GARCIA.....       28,190        28,190   ............

            GERMANY

ARMY:
    BAMBERG:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX--           10,200        10,200   ............
         WARNER BUILDING 7002.
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT             7,000         7,000   ............
         CENTER...............
    DARMSTADT: MODIFIED RECORD        3,500         3,500   ............
     FIRE RANGE, AUTOMATED....
    CAMPBELL BARRACKS: AT/FP          8,300         8,300   ............
     BLAST MITIGATION WINDOWS
     (DERF)...................
    COLEMAN BARRACKS: ACCESS          1,350         1,350   ............
     CONTROL FACILITY/
     PERIMETER SECURITY (DERF)
    GRAFENWOEHR:
        BRIGADE COMPLEX--            46,666        46,666   ............
         UTILITIES
         INFRASTRUCTURE.......
        BRIGADE COMPLEX-             13,200        13,200   ............
         BARRACKS.............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX-SITE         10,000        10,000   ............
         PREPARATION..........
    LANDSTUHL:
        ACCESS CONTROL                1,100         1,100   ............
         FACILITIES (DERF)....
        ACCESS CONTROL/               1,300         1,300   ............
         PERIMETER SECURITY
         (DERF)...............
    MANNHEIM: BARRACKS               42,000        42,000   ............
     COMPLEX--COLEMAN BUILDING
     18.......................
    SCHWEINFURT: CENTRAL              2,000         2,000   ............
     VEHICLE WASH FACILITY....
AIR FORCE:
    RAMSTEIN AB:
        COMBINED FLEET SERVICE/       7,500         7,500   ............
         IN-FLIGHT KITCHEN....
        KMC CENTER SUPPORT....       21,300        21,300   ............
        LARGE VEHICLE SECURITY        1,600         1,600   ............
         INSPECTION STATION
         (DERF)...............
        PASSENGER TERMINAL           17,683        17,683   ............
         ANNEX................
        RAMP 1 (PHASE I)......       23,700        23,700   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    RAMSTEIN AB:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               858           858   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                99            99   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
    SPANGDAHLEM AB:
        HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT..       39,629        39,629   ............
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               894           894   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               103           103   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, GERMANY......      259,982       259,982   ............

            GREECE

NAVY: LARISSA: BACHELOR              14,800   ............      -14,800
 ENLISTED QUARTERS AND SUPPORT
 FACILITY.....................

             GUAM

NAVY: GUAM: BACHELOR ENLISTED        13,400        13,400   ............
 QUARTERS REPLACEMENT.........
AIR FORCE:
    ANDERSEN AFB:
        FITNESS CENTER........       16,000        16,000   ............
        REPLACE OFF-BASE WATER       15,000        15,000   ............
         SUPPLY SYSTEM (DERF).
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ANDERSEN AFB: REPLACE            17,586        17,586   ............
     HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM
     (PHASE IV)...............
    GUAM: MARINE LOADING ARMS.        6,000         6,000   ............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, GUAM.............       67,986        67,986   ............

            ICELAND

NAVY: KEFLAVIK NAVAL AIR             14,920        14,920   ............
 STATION: COMBINED DINING
 FACILITY.....................

             ITALY

ARMY:
    VICENZA:
        BARRACKS COMPLEX-CAMP        31,000        31,000   ............
         EDERLE...............
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT             3,700         3,700   ............
         CENTER...............
NAVY:
    SIGONELLA NAVAL AIR
     STATION:
        OFF BASE ACCESS ROAD         11,300        11,300   ............
         IMPROVEMENTS (DERF)..
        PARKING GARAGE AND           19,560        19,560   ............
         PERIMETER SECURITY
         UPGRADE..............
        QUALITY OF LIFE              33,530        33,530   ............
         SUPPORT (PHASE II)...
AIR FORCE:
    AVIANO AB:
        CONSOLIDATE AREA A-1/         5,000         5,000   ............
         AREA A-2 FOR FORCE
         PRT (DERF)...........
        LARGE VEHICLE SECURITY        1,600         1,600   ............
         INSPECTION STATION
         (DERF)...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    NAPLES NAVAL SUPPORT             41,449        41,449   ............
     ACTIVITY: MEDICAL/DENTAL
     FACILITY REPLACEMENT.....
    VICENZA:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             1,898         1,898   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               219           219   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ITALY........      149,256       149,256   ............

             JAPAN

AIR FORCE: KADENA AB: VISITOR         6,000         6,000   ............
 AND TRAFFIC CNTRL FAC/SEC
 FENCING (DERF)...............
DEFENSE-WIDE: YOKOTA AB: BULK        23,000        23,000   ............
 FUEL STORAGE TANKS...........
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, JAPAN............       29,000        29,000   ............

             KOREA

ARMY:
    CAMP CARROLL: BARRACKS           20,000        20,000   ............
     COMPLEX..................
    CAMP CASTLE: PHYSICAL             6,800         6,800   ............
     FITNESS TRAINING CENTER..
    CAMP HOVEY: BARRACKS             25,000        25,000   ............
     COMPLEX..................
    CAMP HUMPHREYS: BARRACKS         36,000        36,000   ............
     COMPLEX..................
    CAMP HENRY: BARRACKS             10,200        10,200   ............
     COMPLEX..................
    K-16 AIRFIELD, YONGSAN:          40,000        40,000   ............
     BARRACKS COMPLEX.........
    YONGSAN ARMY GARRISON: C4I       12,600        12,600   ............
     HARDENING, CAMP TANGO
     (DERF)...................
AIR FORCE: OSAN AB: DORMITORY.       15,100        15,100   ............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    SEOUL:
        MIDDLE SCHOOL                28,409        28,409   ............
         REPLACEMENT..........
        MIDDLE SCHOOL                 3,274         3,274   ............
         REPLACEMENT (DERF)...
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, KOREA........      197,383       197,383   ............

           PORTUGAL

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    LAJES FIELD:
        REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL         19,000        19,000   ............
         SYSTEM...............
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL             1,069         1,069   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION...
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL               123           123   ............
         CLASSROOM ADDITION
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PORTUGAL.....       20,192        20,192   ............

             QATAR

ARMY: QATAR: UNACCOMPANIED            8,600         8,600   ............
 PERSONNEL HOUSING............

             SPAIN

NAVY:
    MADRID: NAVY EXCHANGE/            2,890   ............       -2,890
     MORALE, WELFARE,
     RECREATION FAC...........
    ROTA NAVAL STATION:              18,700        18,700   ............
     SECURITY COMPLEX (DERF)..
AIR FORCE: ROTA NAVAL STATION:       31,818        31,818   ............
 AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON (PHASE
 I)...........................
DEFENSE-WIDE: ROTA NAVAL             23,400        23,400   ............
 STATION: HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM.
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, SPAIN............       76,808        73,918        -2,890

            TURKEY

AIR FORCE: INCIRLIK AB: LARGE         1,550         1,550   ............
 VEHICLE SECURITY INSPECTION
 STATION (DERF)...............

        UNITED KINGDOM

AIR FORCE:
    RAF FAIRFORD: B-2                19,000        19,000   ............
     MAINTENANCE HANGAR/APRON.
    RAF LAKENHEATH:
        ADD/ALTER FITNESS            10,800        10,800   ............
         CENTER...............
        MOBILITY PROCESSING           2,600         2,600   ............
         FACILITY.............
DEFENSE-WIDE: RAF FAIRFORD:          17,000        17,000   ............
 REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM..
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, UNITED KINGDOM...       49,400        49,400   ............

          WAKE ISLAND

AIR FORCE: WAKE ISLAND               24,900        24,900   ............
 AIRFIELD: REPAIR AIRFIELD
 PAVEMENT (PHASE  I)..........

             NATO

NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT            168,200       168,200   ............
 PROGRAM......................

     WORLDWIDE CLASSIFIED

AIR FORCE:
    CLASSIFIED LOCATION:
        C-17 VARIOUS                 30,569   ............      -30,569
         FACILITIES...........
        CLASSIFIED MILCON             1,993         1,993   ............
         PROJECT..............
        VARIOUS FACILITIES/          23,000        23,000   ............
         UTILITIES/
         INFRASTRUCTURE.......
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WORLDWIDE           55,562        24,993       -30,569
           CLASSIFIED.........

     WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED

ARMY:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        CIVILIAN PERSONNEL          -26,083       -26,083   ............
         ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
         ADJUSTMENT...........
        CLASSIFIED PROJECT....        4,000         4,000   ............
        HOST NATION SUPPORT...       23,700        23,700   ............
        IBCT TRANSFORMATION,    ............      100,000      +100,000
         VARIOUS FACILITIES...
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...      119,824       122,114        +2,290
        PLANNING AND DESIGN           5,340         5,340   ............
         (DERF)...............
        PLANNING & DESIGN             9,381         9,381   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            20,500        27,000        +6,500
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        RESCISSION (FOREIGN     ............      -13,676       -13,676
         CURRENCY FLUCTUATION)
NAVY:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        CIVILIAN PERSONNEL          -10,470       -10,470   ............
         ACCRUAL ACCOUNTING
         ADJUSTMENT...........
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       68,573        73,990        +5,417
        PLANNING AND DESIGN          17,630        17,630   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            23,262        26,187        +2,925
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        HOST NATION                   1,000         1,000   ............
         INFRASTRUCTURE.......
        RESCISSION (FOREIGN     ............       -1,340        -1,340
         CURRENCY FLUCTUATION)
AIR FORCE:
    VARIOUS WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        C-17 TRANSFORMATION,    ............      100,000      +100,000
         VARIOUS FACILITIES...
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       41,496        65,758       +24,262
        PLANNING AND DESIGN          21,797        21,797   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR            11,500        12,620        +1,120
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        RESCISSION (FOREIGN     ............      -10,281       -10,281
         CURRENCY FLUCTUATION)
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        CONTINGENCY                  10,000        10,000   ............
         CONSTRUCTION.........
        ENERGY CONSERVATION          49,531        49,531   ............
         INVESTMENT PROGRAM...
        RESCISSION (FOREIGN     ............       -2,976        -2,976
         CURRENCY FLUCTUATION)
    PLANNING AND DESIGN:
        TRICARE MANAGEMENT           14,200        17,200        +3,000
         ACTIVITY.............
        SPECIAL OPERATIONS            4,932         5,032          +100
         COMMAND..............
        CHEMICAL AND                  5,000         5,000   ............
         BIOLOGICAL DEFENSE
         PROGRAM..............
        UNDISTRIBUTED.........       20,000        28,557        +8,557
        PLANNING AND DESIGN     ............        2,000        +2,000
         (DERF)...............
                               -----------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL, PLANNING         44,132        57,789       +13,657
           AND DESIGN.........

    UNSPECIFIED MINOR
     CONSTRUCTION:
        TRICARE MANAGEMENT            3,363         3,363   ............
         ACTIVITY.............
        SPECIAL OPERATIONS            2,000         2,000   ............
         COMMAND..............
        DEFENSE FINANCE AND           1,500         1,500   ............
         ACCOUNTING SERVICE...
        JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF.        6,430         6,430   ............
        UNDISTRIBUTED.........        3,000         3,000   ............
                               -----------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL,                  16,293        16,293   ............
           UNSPECIFIED MINOR
           CONSTRUCTION.......

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...       14,724        29,543       +14,819
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             4,930        13,399        +8,469
         CONSTRUCTION.........
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...        8,273        22,405       +14,132
        PLANNING AND DESIGN             683           683   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             4,400         5,400        +1,000
         CONSTRUCTION.........
ARMY RESERVE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...        6,965        10,810        +3,845
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             2,850         2,850   ............
         CONSTRUCTION.........
NAVY RESERVE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...        2,509         2,509   ............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN             377           377   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR               780           780   ............
         CONSTRUCTION.........
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    UNSPECIFIED WORLDWIDE
     LOCATIONS:
        JUDGMENT FUND PAYMENT.       11,900        11,900   ............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN...        3,656         3,863          +207
        PLANNING AND DESIGN             476           476   ............
         (DERF)...............
        UNSPECIFIED MINOR             5,160         5,960          +800
         CONSTRUCTION.........
                               -----------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WORLDWIDE          519,089       790,259      +271,170
           UNSPECIFIED........

     FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY

ALASKA: FORT WAINWRIGHT (38          17,752        17,752   ............
 UNITS).......................
ARIZONA: YUMA PROVING GROUND          6,100         6,100   ............
 (33 UNITS)...................
GERMANY: STUTTGART (1 UNIT)...          990           500          -490
KOREA: YONGSAN (10 UNITS).....        3,100         3,100   ............
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....      239,751       239,751   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........       15,653        15,653   ............
RESCISSION (FOREIGN CURRENCY    ............       -4,920        -4,920
 FLUCTUATION).................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      283,346       277,936        -5,410

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       91,567        91,567   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       41,846        41,846   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       48,673        48,673   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....        1,321         1,321   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      212,432       212,432   ............
    LEASING...................      215,251       215,251   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             485,257       485,257   ............
     PROPERTY.................
    INTEREST PAYMENT..........            1             1   ............
    HOUSING PRIVATIZATION            25,926        25,926   ............
     SUPPORT COSTS............
    CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ACCRUAL       -3,267        -3,267   ............
     ACCOUNTING ADJUSTMENT....
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND     1,119,007     1,119,007   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,402,353     1,396,943        -5,410
       ARMY...................

   FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND
         MARINE CORPS

CALIFORNIA:
    TWENTYNINE PALMS (76             19,425        19,425   ............
     UNITS)...................
    LEMOORE (178 UNITS).......       40,981        40,981   ............
CONNECTICUT: NEW LONDON (100         24,415        24,415   ............
 UNITS).......................
FLORIDA: MAYPORT (1 UNIT).....          329           329   ............
HAWAII: KANEOHE BAY (65 UNITS)       24,797        24,797   ............
MISSISSIPPI: MERIDIAN (56             9,755         9,755   ............
 UNITS).......................
NORTH CAROLINA: CAMP LEJEUNE         43,650        43,650   ............
 (317 UNITS)..................
VIRGINIA: QUANTICO (290 UNITS)       41,843        41,843   ............
GREECE: LARISSA (2 UNITS).....        1,232   ............       -1,232
UNITED KINGDOM: ST MAWGAN (62        18,524        18,524   ............
 UNITS).......................
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....      139,468       139,468   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........       11,281        11,281   ............
RESCISSION (FOREIGN CURRENCY    ............       -2,652        -2,652
 FLUCTUATION).................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      375,700       371,816        -3,884

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       30,344        30,344   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       82,114        82,114   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....          913           913   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       62,583        62,583   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      174,219       174,219   ............
    LEASING...................      129,085       129,085   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             381,388       381,388   ............
     PROPERTY.................
    INTEREST PAYMENT..........           71            71   ............
    HOUSING PRIVATIZATION             7,071         7,071   ............
     SUPPORT COSTS............
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND       867,788       867,788   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,243,488     1,239,604        -3,884
       NAVY AND MARINE CORPS..

   FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE

ARIZONA: LUKE AFB (140 UNITS).       18,954        18,954   ............
CALIFORNIA: TRAVIS AFB (110          24,320        24,320   ............
 UNITS).......................
COLORADO:
    PETERSON AFB (2 UNITS)....          959           959   ............
    U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY (71       12,424        12,424   ............
     UNITS)...................
DELAWARE: DOVER AFB (112             19,615        19,615   ............
 UNITS).......................
FLORIDA:
    EGLIN AFB (HOUSING OFFICE)          597           597   ............
    EGLIN AFB (134 UNITS).....       15,906        15,906   ............
    MACDILL AFB (96 UNITS)....       18,086        18,086   ............
HAWAII: HICKAM AFB (96 UNITS).       29,050        29,050   ............
IDAHO: MOUNTAIN HOME AFB (95         24,392        24,392   ............
 UNITS).......................
KANSAS: MCCONNELL AFB                 1,514         1,514   ............
 (MAINTENANCE BUILDING AND
 ROADS).......................
MARYLAND:
    ANDREWS AFB (53 UNITS)....        9,838         9,838   ............
    ANDREWS AFB (52 UNITS)....        8,807         8,807   ............
MISSOURI: WHITEMAN AFB (22            3,977         3,977   ............
 UNITS).......................
MISSISSIPPI:
    COLUMBUS AFB (MANAGEMENT            412           412   ............
     OFFICE)..................
    KEESLER AFB (117 UNITS)...       16,505        16,505   ............
MONTANA: MALMSTROM AFB (18            4,717         4,717   ............
 UNITS).......................
NORTH CAROLINA:
    POPE AFB (HOUSING                   991           991   ............
     MAINTENANCE BUILDING)....
    SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB (126         18,615        18,615   ............
     UNITS)...................
NORTH DAKOTA:
    GRAND FORKS AFB (150             30,140        30,140   ............
     UNITS)...................
    MINOT AFB (112 UNITS).....       21,428        21,428   ............
    MINOT AFB (102 UNITS).....       20,315        20,315   ............
NEW MEXICO: HOLLOMAN AFB (101        20,161        20,161   ............
 UNITS).......................
OKLAHOMA: VANCE AFB (59 UNITS)       11,423        11,423   ............
SOUTH DAKOTA:
    ELLSWORTH AFB (HOUSING              447           447   ............
     MAINTENANCE FACILITY)....
    ELLSWORTH AFB (22 UNITS)..        4,794         4,794   ............
TEXAS:
    DYESS AFB (85 UNITS)......       14,824        14,824   ............
    RANDOLPH AFB (HOUSING               447           447   ............
     MAINTENANCE OFFICE)......
    RANDOLPH AFB (112 UNITS)..       14,311        14,311   ............
VIRGINIA: LANGLEY AFB (HOUSING        1,193         1,193   ............
 MAINTENANCE OFFICE)..........
GERMANY: RAMSTEIN AB (19              8,534         8,534   ............
 UNITS).......................
KOREA:
    OSAN AB (FURNISHINGS                834           834   ............
     MANAGEMENT OFFICE).......
    OSAN AB (113 UNITS).......       35,705        35,705   ............
UNITED KINGDOM: RAF LAKENHEATH        2,203         2,203   ............
 (HOUSING MAINTENANCE
 FACILITY)....................
CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....      226,068       226,068   ............
PLANNING AND DESIGN...........       34,188        34,188   ............
RESCISSION (FOREIGN CURRENCY    ............       -8,782        -8,782
 FLUCTUATION).................
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION..      676,694       667,912        -8,782

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    AT/FP FACILITY UPGRADES          29,631        29,631   ............
     (DERF)...................
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT.......       35,619        35,619   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT........       48,473        48,473   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT..........       25,178        25,178   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT.........      132,945       132,945   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT.....        1,511         1,511   ............
    LEASING...................      103,690       103,690   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL             476,485       476,485   ............
     PROPERTY.................
    INTEREST PAYMENT..........           36            36   ............
    HOUSING PRIVATIZATION            20,482        20,482   ............
     SUPPORT COSTS............
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND       874,050       874,050   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,      1,550,744     1,541,962        -8,782
       AIR FORCE..............

 FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE

CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS.....        5,480         5,480   ............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (NSA).          120           120   ............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT (DIA).        3,689         3,689   ............
    FURNISHINGS (DLA).........           26            26   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (NSA)..           15            15   ............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT (DLA)..          308           308   ............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT                58            58   ............
     (NSA)....................
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (NSA)....          339           339   ............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT (DLA)....           76            76   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (NSA)...          407           407   ............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT (DLA)...          410           410   ............
    LEASING (NSA).............        9,643         9,643   ............
    LEASING (DIA).............       26,220        26,220   ............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL                 611           611   ............
     PROPERTY (NSA)...........
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL                 510           510   ............
     PROPERTY (DLA)...........
    CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ACCRUAL          -37           -37   ............
     ACCOUNTING ADJ (DLA).....
                               -----------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND        42,395        42,395   ............
       MAINTENANCE............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, FAMILY HOUSING,         47,875        47,875   ............
       DEFENSE-WIDE...........

 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY
   HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY          2,000         2,000   ............
 HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND.....

 BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE
            ACCOUNT

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE        545,138       645,138      +100,000
 ACCOUNT......................
                               =========================================
      GRAND TOTAL.............    9,664,041    10,622,000      +957,959
                               =========================================
        RECAPITULATION

ARMY..........................    1,450,438     1,456,747        +6,309
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE      222,465       222,465   ............
     FUND (DERF)..............
    RESCISSION................  ............      -13,676       -13,676
NAVY..........................      884,661       995,913      +111,252
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE      220,730       220,730   ............
     FUND (DERF)..............
    RESCISSION................  ............       -1,340        -1,340
AIR FORCE.....................      644,090       987,320      +343,230
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE      190,597       188,297        -2,300
     FUND (DERF)..............
    RESCISSION................  ............      -10,281       -10,281
DEFENSE-WIDE..................      740,535       895,942      +155,407
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE       31,300        31,300   ............
     FUND (DERF)..............
    RESCISSION................  ............       -2,976        -2,976
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD...........      101,595       208,482      +106,887
AIR NATIONAL GUARD............       53,473       209,055      +155,582
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE        8,933         8,933   ............
     FUND (DERF)..............
ARMY RESERVE..................       58,779        66,487        +7,708
NAVAL RESERVE.................       51,554        51,554   ............
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE        7,117         7,117   ............
     FUND (DERF)..............
AIR FORCE RESERVE.............       31,900        54,633       +22,733
    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE        6,076         3,576        -2,500
     FUND (DERF)..............
                               -----------------------------------------
      TOTAL, MILITARY             4,704,243     5,580,278      +876,035
       CONSTRUCTION...........

NATO INFRASTRUCTURE...........      168,200       168,200   ............
FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY..........    1,402,353     1,396,943        -5,410
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (283,346)     (282,856)        (-490)
        (RESCISSION)..........  ............      (-4,920)      (-4,920)
    (OPERATION AND               (1,119,007)   (1,119,007)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND          1,243,488     1,239,604        -3,884
 MARINE CORPS.................
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (375,700)     (374,468)      (-1,232)
        (RESCISSION)..........  ............      (-2,652)      (-2,652)
    (OPERATION AND                 (867,788)     (867,788)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE.....    1,550,744     1,541,962        -8,782
    (CONSTRUCTION)............     (676,694)     (676,694)  ............
        (RESCISSION)..........  ............      (-8,782)      (-8,782)
    (OPERATION AND                 (844,419)     (844,419)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
        (DEFENSE EMERGENCY          (29,631)      (29,631)  ............
         RESPONSE FUND) (DERF)
FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE..       47,875        47,875   ............
    (CONSTRUCTION)............       (5,480)       (5,480)  ............
    (OPERATION AND                  (42,395)      (42,395)  ............
     MAINTENANCE).............
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY          2,000         2,000   ............
 HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND.....
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE        545,138       645,138      +100,000
 ACCOUNT......................
                               =========================================
      GRAND TOTAL.............    9,664,041    10,622,000      +957,959
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