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                                                        Calendar No. 59
108th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     108-33

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  MAKING SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS TO SUPPORT DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE 
   OPERATIONS IN IRAQ, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, AND RELATED 
 EFFORTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2003, AND FOR OTHER 
                                PURPOSES

                                _______
                                

                 April 1, 2003.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                         [To accompany S. 762]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 762) 
making supplemental appropriations to support Department of 
Defense operations in Iraq, Department of Homeland Security, 
and related efforts for the fiscal year ending September 30, 
2003, and for other purposes, reports favorably thereon and 
recommends that the bill do pass.


                            C O N T E N T S

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Title I--Supplemental Appropriations:
    Chapter 1: Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, 
      and Related Agencies.......................................     4
    Chapter 2: Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the 
      Judiciary, and Related Agencies............................     4
    Chapter 3: Subcommittee on Defense...........................     7
    Chapter 4: Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development......    14
    Chapter 5: Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export 
      Financing, and Related Programs............................    16
    Chapter 6: Subcommittee on Homeland Security.................    21
    Chapter 7: Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, 
      and Education, and Related Agencies........................    25
    Chapter 8: Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch............    25
    Chapter 9: Subcommittee on Military Construction.............    27
    Chapter 10: Subcommittee on Transportation, Treasury and 
      General government.........................................    29
Title II--Miscellaneous and Technical Corrections:
    Chapter 1: Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, 
      and Related Agencies.......................................    30
    Chapter 2: Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, and State, the 
      Judiciary, and Related Agencies............................    30
    Chapter 3: Subcommittee on the District of Columbia..........    32
    Chapter 4: Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies.....    34
    Chapter 5: Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, 
      and Education, and Related Agencies........................    35
    Chapter 6: Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch............    37
    Chapter 7: Subcommittee on Transportation, Treasury and 
      General Government.........................................    38
    Chapter 8: Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and 
      Urban Development and Independent Agencies.................    38
Title III--Columbia Orbiter Memorial Act.........................    40
Title IV--Aviation Industry Relief Provisions....................    41
Compliance with paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    42
Compliance with paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    42

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    This bill makes appropriations for the military functions 
of the Department of Defense as it prosecutes the war in Iraq, 
for domestic security functions of the Department of Homeland 
Security, for foreign assistance to Jordan, Israel, and Turkey, 
and relief and reconstruction efforts in Iraq, and to continue 
to anti-terrorism efforts around the world. This bill also 
makes certain technical and conforming corrections to Public 
Law 108-7.

                                Hearings

    The Committee held a hearing on March 27, 2003 and heard 
testimony from Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and 
Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge and other 
representatives from the Department of Defense.

                          Summary of the Bill

    On March 24, 2003, the President submitted a request for 
$74,725,028,000 in new budget authority for programs under the 
Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, 
Department of Justice, Department of State, Department of 
Transportation, Department of the Treasury, and the Legislative 
Branch. The Committee recommends $76,711,609,000 in new budget 
authority.

                          Committee Priorities

    The primary goals of this bill are to fund the war on 
terrorism, provide international relief and reconstruction 
assistance, and ensure the protection and security of American 
citizens here at home. To achieve the first goal, the Committee 
is providing $62,559,000,000 to prosecute the military 
operations in Iraq, including replenishing munitions that are 
likely to be expended, maintaining critical manning levels, and 
maintaining air, ground, and sea operations. To achieve the 
second goal, the Committee is providing $7,850,820,000 to 
assist refugees or internally displaced persons in Iraq, 
support key coalition partners in the conflict with Iraq, and 
to support reconstruction of health services, sanitation, 
transportation, and telecommunications in Iraq. To ensure the 
third goal, the Committee is providing $4,676,000,000 to assist 
State and local governments in terrorism preparedness, provide 
increased border and maritime security, and protect critical 
infrastructure.

                  TITLE I--SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS

                               CHAPTER 1

  Subcommitte on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies

                         AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS

                     Agricultural Research Service

                        BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $119,480,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      98,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $98,000,000 for 
further construction funds for the modernization of the 
Agricultural Research Service and Animal and Plant Health 
Inspection Service facilities near Ames, Iowa.

                               CHAPTER 2


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


                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         COUNTERTERRORISM FUND

2003 appropriation to date..............................        $993,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     500,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     500,000,000

    The Committee recommends $500,000,000 for the 
Counterterrorism Fund to cover extraordinary costs associated 
with a terrorist threat or incident. This recommendation is 
identical to the request and, when combined with current 
unobligated balances and recoveries of $50,274,225, provides a 
total funding level of $550,274,225 for terrorism response. 
These funds are a down payment on fiscal year 2004 
requirements.
    The Counterterrorism Fund was established in the 1995 
Supplemental Appropriations Act after the bombing of the Alfred 
P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, and is under the 
control and direction of the Attorney General. These funds may 
be used to reimburse any Department of Justice organization for 
the costs incurred from the reestablishment of an office or 
facility damaged or destroyed as a result of a domestic or 
international terrorist incident, and to cover extraordinary 
expenses necessary to counter, investigate, or prosecute 
domestic or international acts of terrorism.
    The Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] has temporarily 
reassigned 650 agents from other divisions to the 
Counterterrorism Division to address the new priorities of the 
Bureau. The Committee directs the FBI to immediately and 
permanently transfer those 650 agents to the Counterterrorism 
Division. Should additional personnel be required to meet the 
missions of the Counterterrorism [CT] or Counterintelligence 
[CI] Divisions, the Committee directs the FBI to transfer up to 
2,118 personnel, including 824 agents and 1,294 support staff, 
to the CT or CI Divisions as needed, subject to the 
requirements of section 605 of the Departments of Commerce, 
Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies 
Appropriations Act, 2003.

                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                   Administration of Foreign Affairs


                    DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PROGRAMS

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $3,797,413,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     101,420,000
Committee recommendation................................      93,420,000

    The Committee recommends $93,420,000 for Diplomatic and 
Consular Programs for expenses associated with the United 
States' military campaign in Iraq. The recommendation is 
$8,000,000 below the supplemental budget request. Of this 
amount, $15,600,000 is for medical services, including 
emergency medical supplies, chemical and biological antidotes, 
anthrax and smallpox vaccines, white powder evaluations, and 
medical training. Also of this amount, $10,000,000 is for 
worldwide security upgrades to: (1) increase the number of 
local guards; (2) procure chemical and biological 
countermeasures, including masks, suits, and detection 
equipment; (3) support requirements relating to intelligence; 
(4) increase temporary duty assignment teams to posts; (5) 
purchase armored vehicles; and (6) enhance the security of the 
Department's domestic facilities. Also of this amount, 
$2,000,000 is for Consular Affairs requirements relating to 
American citizen services and $30,020,000 is for Machine 
Readable Visa [MRV] fee shortfalls. Disruption of the border 
security program due to an MRV fee shortfall must be avoided at 
all costs. The recommendation therefore includes language 
providing for the automatic transfer of funding from the main 
Diplomatic and Consular Programs account to the account that 
funds the Border Security Program in the event that the MRV fee 
shortfall exceeds the ``backfill funding'' requested by the 
Department in this supplemental. Finally, within the total 
amount provided for Diplomatic and Consular Programs, 
$17,900,000 shall be available only for initial and secondary 
stage setup and operating costs for re-opening the United 
States Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, and $17,900,000 shall only be 
available for diplomatic security programs associated with the 
re-opening of this post, including temporary duty staffing, 
physical security, technical security equipment, armored cars, 
and local guards.

            EMBASSY SECURITY, CONSTRUCTION, AND MAINTENANCE

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,255,288,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      20,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      82,000,000

    The Committee recommends $82,000,000 for the overseas 
construction account. The recommendation is $62,000,000 above 
the supplemental budget request. Of this amount, $20,000,000 is 
to provide safe, secure, and functional temporary facilities 
for 200 United States Government personnel and 300 Iraqi local 
hires in Baghdad, Iraq. The Department is directed to report to 
the Committees on Appropriations regarding the special security 
considerations and procedures associated with the hiring of 
Iraqi nationals to work in United States diplomatic facilities 
in Baghdad, Iraq. The Committee is aware that the Department of 
State has proposed a cost-sharing arrangement so that other 
foreign affairs agencies may contribute to the escalating cost 
of constructing and securing United States diplomatic 
facilities. The Committee expects that all agencies with 
personnel occupying facilities leased, acquired, or constructed 
by the Department of State in Iraq will begin compensating the 
Department of State, according to the terms of the cost-sharing 
arrangement, in fiscal year 2005.
    Also, of the amount provided under this heading, 
$10,000,000 is for the Department to provide security 
enhancements to non-official facilities frequented by United 
States citizens overseas, with particular emphasis on schools 
attended by the dependents of non-military United States 
Government personnel. The Committee is concerned by the more 
frequent targeting by terrorists of locations that are not 
official United States facilities, but are tied to the United 
States either symbolically or because of the activities they 
accommodate, so-called ``soft targets''. The recommendation is 
consistent with prior Committee direction that the Department 
formulate a strategy for addressing the growing threat to soft 
targets.

           EMERGENCIES IN THE DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE

2003 appropriation to date..............................      $6,458,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      65,708,000
Committee recommendation................................      40,000,000

    The Committee recommends $40,000,000 for Emergencies in the 
Diplomatic and Consular Service. The recommendation is 
$25,700,000 below the supplemental budget request. Funds made 
available under this heading will ensure that the Department of 
State is able to fund the transportation costs and other 
associated costs of evacuating United States Government 
employees, their families, and private American citizens and to 
provide additional services to American citizens abroad should 
the need arise. In addition, the Committee recommends language 
allowing the Department of State to be reimbursed by other 
agencies for costs associated with the evacuation of those 
agencies' personnel from diplomatic posts. This will ensure 
that funds available to the Department for evacuations are 
continually replenished without the need for additional 
supplemental funding.

                             RELATED AGENCY


                    Broadcasting Board of Governors


                 INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING OPERATIONS

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $465,850,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      30,500,000
Committee recommendation................................      62,000,000

    The Committee recommends $62,000,000 for the Broadcasting 
Board of Governors [BBG] to support the start-up costs of the 
Middle East Television Network [METN] and for the continuation 
of radio broadcasting to Iraq. The Committee strongly supports 
the Board's efforts to expand its outreach to audiences in the 
Middle East. There is prevalent satellite dish ownership in the 
Middle East, and BBG has identified television as a 
particularly effective means of communication with the people 
of this region. Public Law 108-7 provided $2,500,000 in seed 
funding for the METN. The supplemental recommendation supports 
the full cost of the first year of this initiative.

                               CHAPTER 3


                        Subcommittee on Defense


                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

2003 appropriation to date..............................$364,611,334,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................  62,381,500,000
Committee recommendation................................  62,381,500,000

    The Committee recommends $62,381,500,000 for the Department 
of Defense, as requested. Funds are recommended for: the 
conduct of military operations related to Operation Iraqi 
Freedom, and continuing military operations related to 
Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Noble Eagle and the 
Global War on Terrorism; pay and allowances for Reserve and 
National Guard personnel called to active duty; unforeseen 
military personnel costs; the procurement of munitions and 
weapons; critical command, control, communications, and 
intelligence support; and coalition support. Recommendations 
for specific classified programs are addressed in the 
classified annex to the Committee's report.
    The Committee recommendation to fund the amount requested 
for defense requirements is made because of the importance that 
the Committee places on supporting our troops and their war 
fighting requirements.

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    Personnel Support.--The Committee strongly supports the 
members of our Armed Services and their families. In 
particular, the Committee notes that those now deployed in 
current military operations, as well as the members of our 
National Guard and Reserve who have been called to active duty, 
have been activated frequently and for extended periods of time 
since September 11th. The Committee urges the Secretary of 
Defense to identify those hardships experienced by service 
members and their families and propose remedies to address 
those hardships. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense 
to provide a report to the Congressional Oversight Committees, 
no later than July 1, 2003, on how the Department can better 
support our deployed service members and their families.

                        Military Personnel, Army

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $26,855,017,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   7,724,500,000

    The Committee recommends $7,724,500,000 for Military 
Personnel, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                        Military Personnel, Navy

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $21,927,628,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   1,784,300,000

    The Committee recommends $1,784,300,000 for Military 
Personnel, Navy. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                    Military Personnel, Marine Corps

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $8,501,087,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   1,254,900,000

    The Committee recommends $1,254,900,000 for Military 
Personnel, Marine Corps. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                     Military Personnel, Air Force

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $21,981,277,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   2,834,800,000

    The Committee recommends $2,834,800,000 for Military 
Personnel, Air Force. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                        Reserve Personnel, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $3,374,355,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       6,000,000

    The Committee recommends $6,000,000 for Reserve Personnel, 
Army. The recommendation is greater than the request.

                     National Guard Personnel, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $5,114,588,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     110,000,000

    The Committee recommends $110,000,000 for National Guard 
Personnel, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


                    Operation and Maintenance, Army

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $23,992,082,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................  16,142,500,000

    The Committee recommends $16,142,500,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.
    Air Battle Captain.--The Committee is aware that the United 
States Military Academy and the University of North Dakota are 
discussing an initiative in which West Point cadets would 
receive introductory helicopter flight training at the 
University's Air Battle Captain program. The Committee has 
included a general provision that permits the Army to use funds 
available for Air Battle Captain training for this initiative 
during fiscal year 2003.

                    Operation and Maintenance, Navy

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $29,331,526,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   5,296,600,000

    The Committee recommends $5,296,600,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Navy. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.
    Classification of Vessels.--The American Bureau of Shipping 
has been expressly designated in 46 USC 3316(a) as the chosen 
instrument of the United States Government in classifying all 
vessels owned by the United States Government (including those 
leased or bareboat chartered) and in matters related to 
classification. Congress designated the American Bureau of 
Shipping for those purposes in furtherance of the national 
interest in a strong merchant marine and industry base, and the 
Committee expects all government agencies to comply with 46 USC 
3316(a).

                Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $3,585,759,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   1,752,700,000

    The Committee recommends $1,752,700,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Marine Corps. The recommendation is greater than 
the request.

                  Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $27,339,533,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................   7,209,200,000

    The Committee recommends $7,209,200,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Air Force. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.
    Typhoon Pongsona Damage.--The Committee is aware of the 
extensive damage to Guam as a result of Typhoon Pongsona, and 
strongly encourages the Department of the Air Force to restore 
Anderson Air Force Base to full mission capability using funds 
provided in this Bill or other Acts.

                Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $14,707,506,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................   1,400,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,007,700,000

    The Committee recommends $4,007,700,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Defense-Wide. The recommendation is greater than 
the request.
    Aid to Civilians.--The Committee strongly expects the 
Department of Defense to work with the United States Agency for 
International Development and other appropriate entities to 
provide assistance to families of innocent Afghan and Iraqi 
civilians who suffer losses in the military operations.

                Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,236,809,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      15,000,000

    The Committee recommends $15,000,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Navy Reserve. The recommendation is greater than 
the request.

            Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $187,532,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      50,000,000

    The Committee recommends $50,000,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve. The recommendation is 
greater than the request.

             Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $4,261,707,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      88,400,000

    The Committee recommends $88,400,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Army National Guard. The recommendation is greater 
than the request.

             Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $4,117,585,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      20,000,000

    The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for Operation and 
Maintenance, Air National Guard. The recommendation is greater 
than the request.

                Natural Resources Risk Remediation Fund

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate..............................    $489,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     489,300,000

    The Committee recommends $489,300,000 for the Natural 
Resources Risk Remediation Fund. The recommendation is 
identical to the request.

                              PROCUREMENT


                       Aircraft Procurement, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $2,285,574,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       4,100,000

    The Committee recommends $4,100,000 for Aircraft 
Procurement, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                       Missile Procurement, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,096,548,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       3,100,000

    The Committee recommends $3,100,000 for Missile 
Procurement, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

        Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $2,266,508,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      53,300,000

    The Committee recommends $53,300,000 for Procurement of 
Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army. The recommendation 
is greater than the request.

                    Procurement of Ammunition, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,253,099,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     447,500,000

    The Committee recommends $447,500,000 for Procurement of 
Ammunition, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                        Other Procurement, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $5,874,674,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     241,800,000

    The Committee recommends $241,800,000 for Other 
Procurement, Army. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                      Other Procurement, Air Force

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $10,672,712,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     113,600,000

    The Committee recommends $113,600,000 for Other 
Procurement, Air Force. The recommendation is greater than the 
request.

                       Procurement, Defense-Wide

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $3,414,455,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     451,000,000

    The Committee recommends $451,000,000 for Procurement, 
Defense-Wide. The recommendation is greater than the request.

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION


            Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $7,669,656,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      11,500,000

    The Committee recommends $11,500,000 for Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation, Army. The recommendation is 
greater than the request.
    Hybrid Electric Vehicles.-- In the fiscal year 2003 Joint 
Explanatory Statement of the Managers, under this title, the 
project hybrid electric vehicle testing should be named 
``Hybrid Electric Vehicle testing and Hybrid Electric Vehicle 
testing facilities at Cold Regions Test Center''.
    Airfield Improvements.-- Of the funds provided in Public 
Law 107-248 under the heading ``Research, Development, Test and 
Evaluation, Defense-Wide'', $12,000,000 is provided for 
airfield improvements associated with the ground-based mid-
course missile defense program.

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS


                     Defense Working Capital Funds

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,784,956,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     430,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     550,000,000

    The Committee recommends $550,000,000 for Defense Working 
Capital Funds. The recommendation is greater than the request.

                  OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS


                         Defense Health Program

2003 appropriation to date.............................. $14,843,542,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     501,700,000

    The Committee recommends $501,700,000 for the Defense 
Health Program. The recommendation is greater than the request.

         Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $881,907,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     $34,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     $34,000,000

    The Committee recommends $34,000,000 for Drug Interdiction 
and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense. The recommendation is 
identical to the request.

                    Defense Emergency Response Fund

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate.............................. $59,863,200,000
Committee recommendation................................  11,019,000,000

    The Committee recommends $11,019,000,000 for Defense 
Emergency Response Fund. The recommendation is less than the 
request.
    The President requested $59,863,200,000 to be made 
available in the Defense Emergency Response Fund (DERF) to 
support Operation Iraqi Freedom and continuing operations in 
support of the Global War on Terrorism. The Committee supports 
fully the men and women fighting today and commends them for 
their efforts. In recognition that their task is critically 
important and essential, the Committee is recommending the full 
amount for this purpose, but has appropriated $48,844,200,000 
of the DERF request to specific accounts in order to accelerate 
the distribution of these much needed funds to the Services.
    The Committee understands that the Defense Department's 
supplemental request for $63,381,500,000 reflects its best 
estimate for its expected needs. The Committee recognizes that 
DOD requires flexibility to manage the war effort because there 
are many unknowns in the conduct of combat operations and has 
provided the Department with $11,019,000,000 for this purpose. 
The Committee believes that this funding, in addition to 
expanded transfer authority, will provide the Department of 
Defense with the spending flexibility it needs to prosecute the 
war and provide the Services with the funds they need to carry 
out their duties.
    The Committee is pleased that the Department of Defense 
will submit quarterly reports on the transfer of funds from the 
DERF to specific appropriation accounts. This information is 
crucial to the Congress to fully understand the needs of the 
Department and the Services.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 301. The Committee recommendation includes a provision 
proposed by the Administration which provides the Secretary of 
Defense with additional authority for the CINC Initiative Fund 
(CIF).
    Sec. 302. The Committee recommendation modifies a provision 
proposed by the Administration which provides the Secretary of 
Defense with additional authority for extraordinary and 
emergency expenses associated with Operation Iraqi Freedom and 
the ongoing Global War on Terrorism.
    Sec. 303. The Committee recommendation modifies a provision 
proposed by the Administration which provides the Secretary of 
Defense additional transfer authority.
    Sec. 304. The Committee recommendation includes a provision 
proposed by the Administration which allows the Department of 
Defense to reimburse the Services for a drawdown authority 
under the Afghanistan Freedom Support Act of 2002.
    Sec. 305. The Committee recommendation includes a provision 
proposed by the Administration which provides specific 
authorization for the funds appropriated in this Act for 
intelligence activities.
    Sec. 306. The Committee recommendation modifies a provision 
proposed by the Administration which authorizes drawdown under 
the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998.
    Sec. 307. The Committee recommendation modifies a provision 
proposed by the Administration which authorizes the President 
to use fiscal year 2003 and prior year Cooperative Threat 
Reduction funds outside the states of the former Soviet Union.
    Sec. 308. The Committee recommendation includes a new 
provision that limits the use of funds in this Act.
    Sec. 309. The Committee recommendation includes a new 
provision that requires notification regarding the use of funds 
in this Act for military construction activities or minor 
construction.
    Sec. 310. The Committee recommendation includes a technical 
correction concerning funds available for an Air Force training 
range.
    Sec. 311. The Committee recommendation includes a technical 
correction to the National Defense Authorization Act of 2003 
concerning limitations placed upon multi-year services 
contracts.
    Sec. 312. The Committee recommendation includes a technical 
correction concerning an infantry rifle range.
    Sec. 313. The Committee recommendation includes a technical 
correction that permits the Army to use funds available for Air 
Battle Captain training for this initiative during fiscal year 
2003.

                               CHAPTER 4


              Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development


                      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--CIVIL


                         DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY


                       Corps of Engineers--Civil


                  OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE, GENERAL

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,940,167,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      29,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $29,000,000 to 
support increased security measures at Corps of Engineers owned 
and operated infrastructure facilities.

                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                         Bureau of Reclamation


                      WATER AND RELATED RESOURCES

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $813,491,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      25,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $25,000,000 to 
support increased security measures at Bureau of Reclamation 
owned and operated infrastructure facilities.

                          DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY


                            ENERGY PROGRAMS


                                Science

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $3,305,894,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       1,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $1,000,000 to support 
increased safeguards and security of the Department's nuclear 
and other facilities.

                    ATOMIC ENERGY DEFENSE ACTIVITIES


                National Nuclear Security Administration


                           WEAPONS ACTIVITIES

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $5,954,204,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      19,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $19,000,000 to 
address protective force requirements in the Nation's nuclear 
weapons complex resulting from elevated security levels, 
including up to $2,000,000 for acquisition of protective 
systems and equipment at the Pantex Plant, Texas.

                    Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,113,630,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      55,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes a total of 
$55,000,000. From within the total, $20,000,000 shall be 
available to accelerate the NNSA's work under the Second Line 
of Defense Program to install radiation detection equipment at 
major transit/transportation hubs and ports in countries other 
than Russia and the Newly Independent States. From within the 
total, $35,000,000 shall be available to support material 
protection, control and accounting (MPC&A;) activities outside 
the former Soviet Union, including the packaging and 
disposition of source materials to be recovered in Iraq, MPC&A; 
activities in South Asia, and nuclear and radiological export 
control cooperation in regions of concern.

               ENVIRONMENTAL AND OTHER DEFENSE ACTIVITIES


         Defense Environmental Restoration and Waste Management

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $5,470,180,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       6,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $6,000,000 to address 
protective force requirements at nuclear and other facilities 
resulting from elevated security levels.

                        Other Defense Activities

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $546,554,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      18,000,000

    The Committee recommendation includes $18,000,000 to be 
available for transfer to other Department of Energy accounts 
for safeguard and security requirements. The transfer shall 
only take place 15 days after the Department has notified the 
House and Senate Committees on Appropriations of the proposed 
transfers.

                               CHAPTER 5


   Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related 
                                Programs


                     BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE


                  FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT


           United States Agency for International Development


                CHILD SURVIVAL AND HEALTH PROGRAMS FUND

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,824,563,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      40,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      90,000,000

    The Committee provides $90,000,000 for an additional amount 
in Child Survival and Health Programs Fund assistance for 
reimbursement of costs incurred by USAID for pre-conflict 
humanitarian and relief activities relating to Iraq.

                   INTERNATIONAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $288,115,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      80,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     112,500,000

    The Committee provides $112,500,000 for an additional 
amount for International Disaster Assistance for reimbursement 
of costs incurred by USAID for pre-conflict humanitarian and 
relief activities relating to Iraq.

                       LOAN GUARANTEES TO ISRAEL

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate..............................($9,000,000,000)
Committee recommendation................................ (9,000,000,000)

    The Committee provides the request for loan guarantees to 
Israel, with minor modifications, and directs the Secretary of 
State to submit a report within 30 days after the enactment of 
this Act detailing the terms and conditions of the loan 
guarantees.

   OPERATING EXPENSES OF THE UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL 
                              DEVELOPMENT

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $568,282,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      22,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      23,600,000

    The Committee provides $23,600,000 for an additional amount 
for Operating Expenses of the United States Agency for 
International Development, of which $2,000,000 may be 
transferred to and merged with Operating Expenses of the United 
States Agency for International Development Office of Inspector 
General. These funds are necessitated by relief and 
reconstruction efforts relating to Iraq.

                  OTHER BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE


                         Economic Support Fund

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $2,255,244,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................   2,442,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,357,900,000

    The Committee provides $2,357,900,000 for an additional 
amount in Economic Support Fund assistance.
    The Committee provides the request for Egypt, including 
authorization for up to $2,000,000,000 in loan guarantees over 
a three year period. The Committee recognizes that Egypt 
remains a key partner in the war against international 
terrorism. The Committee notes with concern the recent 
crackdown on Egyptian demonstrators, including the reported use 
of torture by police officials, and requests that not later 
than 30 days after enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
State submit a report to the Committees on Appropriations 
assessing Egypt's progress in meeting its obligations as a 
party to the Convention on Torture, and Other Cruel, Inhuman or 
Degrading Treatment or Punishment.
    The Committee provides the request for Turkey, including 
authorization for up to $8,500,000,000 in loan guarantees, and 
recognizes Turkey's contributions to the war against 
international terrorism, particularly in Afghanistan. The 
Committee remains concerned that Turkey may unilaterally deploy 
troops into northern Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom, and 
restricts assistance to Turkey should this happen. The 
Secretary of State is provided with a national security 
interest waiver.
    The Committee supports the request for Afghanistan for 
completion of infrastructure projects and contributions to the 
Afghan Government and multilateral political reform efforts. 
The Committee expects significant resources to be made 
available to support national elections in Afghanistan in 2004, 
and recommends USAID and State to utilize grants to 
nongovernmental organizations, in lieu of contracts to for-
profit institutions, to support these polls.
    The Committee notes that the limitations and restrictions 
on assistance to the West Bank and Gaza contained in Public Law 
108-7 apply to in this Act. The Committee expects that funds be 
used for ongoing programs and activities to foster political 
and legal reform.
    The Committee supports the Middle East Partnership 
Initiative (MEPI) and Muslim Outreach, and continues to 
encourage implementation of aggressive democracy, human rights, 
and media programs in that region and in other Muslim countries 
around the world. The Committee requests to be briefed prior to 
the obligation of funds for any enterprise fund.
    The Committee provides $700,000,000 for assistance for 
Jordan, and appreciates the continued contributions of this key 
ally in the war against international terrorism.
    The Committee expects USAID to be expeditiously reimbursed 
$40,000,000 under this heading for costs incurred for pre-
conflict humanitarian and relief activities relating to Iraq, 
and requests to be informed once this reimbursement has 
occurred.
    The Committee provides $50,000,000 in Economic Support Fund 
assistance for the Philippines. The Committee intends these 
funds to be used to support economic development programs and 
activities designed to counter terrorism by encouraging members 
of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front to peacefully reintegrate 
into civil society.

        United States Emergency Fund for Complex Foreign Crises

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate..............................    $150,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     150,000,000

    The Committee provides $150,000,000 for the United States 
Emergency Fund for Complex Foreign Crises. While the Committee 
understands the need for flexibility in meeting unforeseen 
complex foreign crises, it includes congressional notification 
for these funds, which may be waived if human health or welfare 
is at substantial risk. The Committee encourages the use of 
this Fund to meet unforeseen shortfalls in relief and 
reconstruction efforts in Iraq.
    The Committee does not intend to provide additional funds 
for this Fund in the fiscal year 2004 Foreign Operations, 
Export Financing, and Related Programs bill.

                          INDEPENDENT AGENCIES


                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


          International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $195,720,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      25,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      25,000,000

    The Committee provides $25,000,000 for an additional amount 
in International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement 
assistance to enhance Pakistan's law enforcement and border 
security capacities to fight terrorism.

                      Andean Counterdrug Intiative

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $695,450,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      34,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      34,000,000

    The Committee provides $34,000,000 for the Andean 
Counterdrug Initiative for programs and activities relating to 
the protection of Colombian President Alvaro Uribe, the 
expansion of police presence in municipalities in insecure 
areas, and for other costs associated with Plan Colombia. The 
Committee is concerned abut the large number of impoverished 
Colombians, particularly women and children, who have been 
displaced from their homes and are not receiving public 
assistance. Therefore, the Committee provides that not less 
than $5,000,000 should be made available for programs and 
activities to assist women and children who have been displaced 
as a result of armed conflict. The Committee intends to 
consider assistance for Colombia provided under this Act to 
partially offset the fiscal year 2004 request for assistance 
for Colombia. The Committee notes that the restrictions on 
assistance to the Andean Counterdrug Initiative contained in 
Public Law 108-7 apply to this Act.

     United States Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund

2003 appropriation to date..............................     $25,831,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      50,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      75,000,000

    The Committee provides $75,000,000 for an additional amount 
for the United States Emergency Refugee and Migration 
Assistance Fund as a replenishment of funds drawn down for 
programs and activities relating to Iraq.

    Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining and Related Programs

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $304,408,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      28,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      28,000,000

    The Committee provides $28,000,000 for an additional amount 
for Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining and Related 
Programs to support the continuation of programs and activities 
relating to the protection of Afghan President Karzai and 
unexploded ordnance in Afghanistan.

                          MILITARY ASSISTANCE


                  FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT


                   Foreign Military Financing Program

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $4,045,532,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................   2,059,100,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,059,100,000

    The Committee provides $2,059,100,000 for the Foreign 
Military Financing Program.
    The Committee strongly supports the request for assistance 
for those nations contributing to Operation Iraqi Freedom, 
including, but not limited to, Poland, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech 
Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Romania, and Lithuania.
    The Committee provides not less than $1,000,000,000 for 
assistance for Israel, and $406,000,000 for assistance for 
Jordan.
    The Committee supports the request for Afghanistan, and 
supports the Afghan National Army Train and Equip Program.
    The Committee supports the request for Pakistan which will 
bolster counterterrorism capabilities.
    The Committee strongly supports the request for $30,000,000 
for counterterrorism assistance for the Philippines.
    The Committee notes that restrictions on assistance for 
Colombia contained in Public Law 108-7 apply to this Act.

                        Peacekeeping Operations

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $114,252,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     200,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     150,000,000

    The Committee provides $150,000,000 for an additional 
amount for Peacekeeping Operations to assist coalition partners 
in a post-conflict/transitional Iraq. Prior to obligation, the 
Committee requests a briefing on plans for the use and 
disbursement of these funds. The Committee notes that the 
notification requirements for this account contained in Public 
Law 108-7 apply to this Act.

                  OTHER BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE


                  Funds Appropriated to the President


                  IRAQI RELIEF AND RECONSTRUCTION FUND

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate..............................  $2,443,300,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,468,300,000

    The Committee provides $2,468,300,000 for the Iraq Relief 
and Reconstruction Fund for humanitarian assistance in and 
around Iraq and for rehabilitation and reconstruction in Iraq. 
The Committee expects that the transfer authority provided by 
this provision will not be used to transfer funds to the 
Department of Defense. Prior to the initial transfer of funds, 
the Secretary of State shall consult with the Committees on 
Appropriations on plans for the use of the funds appropriated 
under this heading.
    The Committee provides that funds appropriated under this 
heading shall be used to fully reimburse accounts administered 
by the Department of State, the Department of the Treasury, and 
the United States Agency for International Development for 
expenses relating to the pre-positioning of relief and 
reconstruction assistance for Iraq prior to the enactment of 
this Act. The Committee notes that the following accounts 
should be reimbursed from funds appropriated under this 
heading: $157,000,000 for ``Development Assistance''; 
$3,900,000 for ``Transition Initiatives''; and $100,000,000 for 
``Economic Support Fund''. The Committee requests to be 
notified when reimbursements have been requested and fulfilled.
    The Committee notes that funds appropriated under this 
heading are subject to the regular notification procedures of 
the Committee on Appropriations, except that notifications 
shall be transmitted at least 5 days in advance of the 
obligation of funds.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 501. The Committee includes transfer authority between 
certain accounts, and requests to be consulted before this 
authority is exercised.
    Sec. 502. The Committee provides the request for authority 
to provide assistance or other financing in this chapter for 
relief and reconstruction efforts in Iraq notwithstanding any 
other provision of law. Funds made available pursuant to this 
authority shall be subject to the regular notification 
procedures of the Committees on Appropriations, except that 
notification shall be transmitted at least 5 days in advance of 
the obligation of funds.
    Sec. 503. The Committee provides the request for the repeal 
of the Iraqi Sanctions Act of 1990, and other limitations on 
assistance for Iraq.
    Sec. 504. The Committee provides the request for the 
authority to export to Iraq any item subject to the Export 
Administration Regulations or controlled under the 
International Trafficking in Arms Regulations on the United 
States Munitions List, if the President determines that to do 
so in the national interests of the United States. The 
Committee requests the President, after consulting with all 
relevant departments and agencies, to report to the appropriate 
congressional committees on a semiannual basis on all Commerce 
and Control Munitions List items transferred to Iraq, and the 
person or entity to which each item has been transferred. The 
Committee requests that the first report be submitted to 
Congress no later than 90 days after enactment of this Act.
    Sec. 505. The Committee provides $10,000,000 in ``Economic 
Support Fund'' assistance for the establishment of a tribunal 
for the prosecution of Saddam Hussein and other Iraqi war 
criminals.
    Sec. 506. The Committee includes the Sense of Congress 
providing that, to the maximum extent practicable, contracts 
and grants for relief and reconstruction in Iraq should be 
awarded to United States companies and organizations, those 
located in the Near East region, and those from countries who 
have provided assistance to Operation Iraqi Freedom. The 
Committee believes that reconstruction efforts should include 
employment and other opportunities for the Iraqi people.
    Sec. 508. The Committee provides the Secretary of State 
with a national security interest waiver for certain 
restrictions on assistance for Ukraine contained in Public Law 
108-7.

                               CHAPTER 6


                   Subcommittee on Homeland Security


                    DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY


                        Departmental Management


                         COUNTERTERRORISM FUND

2003 appropriation to date..............................      $9,935,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................   1,500,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,135,000,000

    The Committee provides an additional $1,135,000,000 to 
support expanded responsibilities of the Department of Homeland 
Security organizations and other authorized Federal Government 
activities in Federal agencies outside the Department during 
periods of heightened threat awareness resulting from the 
conflict with Iraq. This amount is $365,000,000 less than the 
supplemental request. The amount recommended includes an 
additional $215,000,000 of the amount requested by the 
President for the ``Emergency Response Fund'' under the 
Executive Office of the President, and a reduction of 
$580,000,000 from the supplemental request for the 
``Counterterrorism Fund.'' The Committee has instead 
appropriated $580,000,000 directly to the Coast Guard to 
support additional operational costs associated with the 
activation of Coast Guard reservists and forces already 
deployed or in the process of being deployed to the operational 
theater, and increased protection of military outload and 
economically-critical U.S. ports.
    Due to the uncertainty of the full scope of agency 
requirements related to Operation Liberty Shield and needs 
resulting from the conflict in Iraq and the Middle East, 
flexibility is provided to the Secretary of Homeland Security, 
as requested, to allocate the $1,135,000,000 in supplemental 
appropriations provided for the Counterterrorism Fund to 
respective Department of Homeland Security agencies, including 
the Coast Guard. These additional funds are to be used only for 
activities above and beyond day-to-day operations, including 
costs associated with the management and administration of 
expanded State and local assistance programs. Not to exceed 
$215,000,000 of the total amount appropriated may be 
transferred to any authorized Federal Government activity 
outside the Department of Homeland Security to cover immediate 
or emerging terrorism-related prevention requirements, as 
determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security. Prior to the 
obligation of any funds, the Secretary of Homeland Security is 
required to submit a 15-day notice to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House and Senate. The Committee expects 
this notice to be accompanied by a full and complete 
justification of the costs to be reimbursed by agency and 
account, including a detailed breakdown by program, project and 
activity.
    Current Department of Homeland Security estimates of agency 
30-day requirements associated with immediate or emerging 
terrorism-related prevention and response activities are as 
follows: Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, 
$55,000,000 (overtime for investigations and detentions, air 
and marine interdiction, detention and removals, 
investigations, Federal Protective Service, operations and 
maintenance for the air program, and other related costs); 
Bureau of Customs and Border Protection, $65,000,000 (overtime, 
operations costs of assets, impact on user fee collections, and 
other logistics costs); Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration 
Services, $1,000,000 (international affairs, overtime for 
adjudication support, and naturalization for military 
personnel); Transportation Security Administration, 
$120,000,000 (overtime for passenger screeners, operations 
costs of assets, supply/logistics costs, contract hiring/
service/training, and State and local (National Guard) 
expenses); Federal Law Enforcement Training Requirements, 
$1,000,000 (emergency training requirements); U.S. Secret 
Service, $10,000,000 (additional personnel costs, security 
upgrades, equipment and replacement purchases); Emergency 
Preparedness and Response, $15,000,000 (emergency support teams 
and regional operations centers); and Infrastructure Analysis 
and Infrastructure Protection, $10,000,000 (protection of 
critical assets).

                   Border and Transportation Security


                    OFFICE FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $993,500,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................   2,000,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,000,000,000

    The Committee provides an additional $2,000,000,000, as 
requested, to continue to enhance and strengthen America's 
first responder community. Included in this amount is 
$1,420,000,000 for grants to States for protection and 
preparedness activities; $30,000,000 for direct technical 
assistance to States; $450,000,000 for grants to augment 
security at critical infrastructure facilities; and 
$100,000,000 for protection or preparedness needs of high-
threat urban areas.
    The additional $1,420,000,000 made available for grants to 
States to further augment State and local protection and 
preparedness activities is to be allocated by formula to States 
for the acquisition of equipment, training, exercises, and 
planning. Language is included in the bill to require that at 
least 80 percent of these funds are allocated to local 
governments within 60 days of the grant award.
    An additional $30,000,000 is made available to enable the 
Office for Domestic Preparedness to provide technical 
assistance to States for a variety of activities, as needed, 
including support for plan development, implementation of 
exercises, and assistance with interoperable communications and 
equipment.
    The $450,000,000 provided for grants to States to augment 
security at critical infrastructure facilities is to be made 
available to reimburse State and local governments for 
personnel overtime, deployment of the National Guard, and 
contract staff used to supply security to meet heightened 
protection requirements. These funds are to be allocated by 
formula to States. Language is included in the bill to require 
that no less than one-third of each grant be allocated to local 
governments within 60 days of award. The Committee expects the 
Department of Homeland Security to work closely with governors 
to ensure proper security for the most sensitive sites, and to 
develop and approve State and local site protection plans to 
enable funds to be released expeditiously.
    The Department is expected to provide bi-weekly reports on 
the status of State application submissions for all available 
funds provided for programs of the Office for Domestic 
Preparedness.
    The Committee recognizes that certain densely-populated 
urban areas may be particular targets of terrorists. 
Supplemental funding of $100,000,000 is made available to meet 
the protection or preparedness needs of these high-threat urban 
areas, as determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security.
    The Committee directs that, not later than 60 days after 
the date of enactment of this Act, the Director of the Office 
for Domestic Preparedness in the Department of Homeland 
Security shall submit to the Committees on Appropriations of 
the Senate and the House of Representatives a report on the 
distribution of Federal financial assistance to, and within, 
States in support of first responders to threats or acts of 
terrorism. The report shall include a detailed discussion of 
the relationship between the distribution of funds and the 
assessed threats, vulnerabilities, and risks.
    The Committee further directs the Secretary of Homeland 
Security to work with the national intelligence community 
(including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau 
of Investigation, the Defense Intelligence Agency and others), 
as well as State and local law enforcement agencies, to 
evaluate threat levels and estimate the risk of terrorist 
attack at the local level to high threat urban areas. This 
assessment should take into consideration risk factors such as 
dense population or areas which may be particular targets for 
terrorists such as airports, seaports, symbolic targets 
(including monuments, historic sites and other landmarks), and 
a history of terrorist attack. The Committee further directs 
the Secretary of Homeland Security to report to the Committee 
on these findings within 60 days of enactment of this Act. In 
addition, the Committee directs the Secretary to (1) determine 
the cost of securing each locality; (2) evaluate of how much of 
such costs should be borne by the Federal Government; (3) 
identify other entities, if any, who should share in those 
costs and to what extent; and (4) propose a formula for 
distributing these funds based upon these findings.

                              Coast Guard


                           OPERATING EXPENSES

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $4,294,028,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................         ( \1\ )
Committee recommendation................................     580,000,000

\1\ Included in 2003 supplemental estimate for the Counterterrorism 
Fund.

    The Committee provides an additional $580,000,000 in 
supplemental appropriations for Coast Guard Operating Expenses 
in support of Department of Defense initiatives in relation to 
Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Liberty Shield.
    Current estimates associated with the activation of Coast 
Guard forces deployed to or in the process of being deployed to 
the operational theater initially developed in response to 
Operation Iraqi Freedom are as follows: pay and personnel 
support costs (regular and special pays, messing, per diem, 
medical costs, issued personnel gear and personnel support 
costs at the field command and reserve mobilization costs), for 
deployed forces, $62,000,000, and for military outload 
security, $163,000,000; operational tempo and mission costs 
(fuel, consumable parts, facilities and base support, force 
protection, command and control costs), for deployed forces, 
$69,000,000, and for military outload security, $54,000,000; 
and transportation, reconstitution, and recapitalization costs 
(sealift, airlift, recapitalization of non-standard boats and 
consumed inventories and depot repair of deployed cutters), for 
deployed forces, $49,000,000, and for military outload, 
$3,000,000.
    Coast Guard requirements developed in response to Operation 
Liberty Shield for strategic economic ports: pay and personnel 
support costs, $150,000,000; operational tempo and mission 
costs, $25,000,000; and transportation, reconstitution and 
recapitalization costs, $5,000,000.

                               CHAPTER 7


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


                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


                        Office of the Secretary


            PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES EMERGENCY FUND

    The Committee recommendation includes $35,000,000 for costs 
associated with compensating individuals with injuries 
resulting from smallpox vaccinations and countermeasures. Funds 
are available only upon enactment of legislation authorizing a 
smallpox vaccination compensation program.

                           General Provision


                              REPATRIATION

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language 
requested by the Administration to eliminate the $1,000,000 cap 
in fiscal year 2003 on funds available for the Department of 
Health and Human Services to provide assistance to ill or 
destitute U.S. citizens who have returned from foreign 
countries due to war, threat of war, invasion, or similar 
crisis.

                               CHAPTER 8


                 Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch


                           LEGISLATIVE BRANCH


                              JOINT ITEMS


               Legislative Branch Emergency Response Fund

2003 appropriation to date..............................................
2003 supplemental estimate..............................    $125,000,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee notes that the Office of Management and 
Budget submitted a request of $125,000,000 for the Legislative 
Branch Emergency Response Fund. However, legislative branch 
agencies submitted individual requests totaling $130,800,000, 
excluding amounts requested by the House of Representatives. 
The Committee is concerned that OMB has violated normal 
protocols dictated by the separation of powers between the two 
branches of government by not including in the supplemental 
request precisely that which was requested by the Legislative 
Branch.
    The Committee has recommended funds directly to the 
individual agencies which submitted requests, rather than a 
lump sum appropriation as submitted by OMB.

                             CAPITOL POLICE


                            General Expenses

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $174,533,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      38,165,000

    The Committee recommends $38,165,000 for Capitol Police 
general expenses for additional measures needed for security of 
the Capitol Complex. The Committee expects to approve the 
specific allocation of these funds.
    The Committee recognizes there may be a need for additional 
resources for the dignitary protection division upon completion 
of a new policy for protective details and expects to work with 
the agency if resources are needed this year.

                          OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE


                         Salaries and Expenses

2003 appropriation to date..............................      $2,046,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................         111,000

    The Committee recommends $111,000 for the Office of 
Compliance, as requested by the Office. These funds are needed 
for hearings and mediation services mandated under sections 403 
and 405 of the Congressional Accountability Act. The Office has 
experienced a significantly larger number of hearings than had 
been anticipated.

                        ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL


                         General Administration

2003 appropriation to date..............................     $58,597,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      18,672,000

    The Committee recommends $18,672,000 for the general 
administration account for critical life safety improvements.

                            Capitol Building

2003 appropriation to date..............................     $31,885,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       1,100,000

    The Committee recommends $1,100,000 for the Capitol 
building appropriation in order to meet life safety standards 
for egress.

                          Capitol Power Plant

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $101,621,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      14,600,000

    The Committee recommends $14,600,000 for the Capitol Power 
Plant. These funds are needed to mitigate a major environmental 
and health hazard by replacing the current aged high voltage 
switchgear transformers, install oil storage tanks and a 
distributed control system.

                  Capitol Police Buildings and Grounds

2003 appropriation to date..............................     $23,745,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      40,140,000

    The Committee recommends $40,140,000 for Capitol Police 
buildings and grounds. These funds are needed to purchase 
property, lease interim facilities to meet the USCP's growing 
space requirements, construction of a tactical training 
facility, and other urgently needed facility requirements.

                          LIBRARY OF CONGRESS


                         Salaries and Expenses

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $349,338,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       5,500,000

    The Committee recommends $5,500,000 for the purchase and 
installation of a public address system to support emergency 
management planning.

                     Congressional Research Service


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

2003 appropriation to date..............................     $86,387,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       1,863,000

    The Committee recommends $1,863,000 for the Congressional 
Research Service for mirroring of mission-critical on-line 
data.

                       GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE


                         Salaries and Expenses

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $451,202,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       4,849,000

    The Committee recommends $4,849,000 for the General 
Accounting Office. These funds are needed for the security of 
GAO facilities and information systems.

                               CHAPTER 9


                 Subcommittee on Military Construction


                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                      Military Construction, Navy

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,303,788,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................      48,100,000
Committee recommendation................................      48,100,000

    The Committee recommends an additional $48,100,000 for 
Military Construction, Navy, to provide facilities and 
infrastructure to carry out detainee operations for the initial 
phase of the long-term detention mission at Guantanamo Bay, 
Cuba. The Committee notes that with these additional funds, 
over $104,000,000 in military construction will have been 
expended for detainee facilities at Guantanamo Bay since 
February, 2002. Included in these expenses are at least three 
generations of housing facilities for personnel assigned to 
detainee operations at Guantanamo--``SEA Huts'', improved ``SEA 
Huts'' and durable metal troop housing. While the Committee is 
supportive of the detainee mission at Guantanamo, it wishes to 
minimize repetitive construction of perishable temporary 
facilities. The Committee directs the Department to complete a 
comprehensive facilities master plan for Guantanamo and to 
provide copies of that plan to the congressional defense 
committees by September 30, 2003.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,048,366,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................     129,400,000
Committee recommendation................................     127,400,000

    The Committee recommends an additional $127,400,000 for 
Military Construction, Air Force, to be used as follows:

Millennium Village Construction.........................     $85,100,000
Explosive Ordnance Pad Construction, Diego Garcia.......       3,200,000
Planning and Design.....................................       1,800,000
Andersen AFB Hangar Construction........................      35,500,000
Andersen AFB Hangar Planning and Design.................       1,800,000

    The supplemental appropriation request included $25,000,000 
for construction of a parallel taxiway at a classified 
location. However, the Committee understands that this project 
is already under construction using operations and maintenance 
funds; therefore additional appropriation is unnecessary. The 
request also included $11,000,000 for construction of a C-130 
aircraft parking apron at a classified location but the 
Committee understands that the requirement for this facility no 
longer exists because of mission changes. For these reasons 
funding is not provided for either of these projects or for the 
planning and design to support them.
    The Committee notes that an urgent need exists to repair 
damage to facilities at Andersen Air Force Base caused by 
Typhoon Ponsonga, which struck Guam on December 8-9, 2002. 
Andersen Air Force Base represents an important strategic 
capability for the United States as a key staging location for 
operations into East Asia and as a crucial part of the air 
bridge to Southwest Asia. Typhoon Ponsonga caused significant 
damage to three of the base's four aircraft hangars, 
eliminating the base's ability to conduct climate controlled 
aircraft maintenance. $35,700,000 is provided for construction 
of a new aircraft maintenance hangar, and $1,800,000 is 
provided for planning and design for this project.

          Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $863,050,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       2,000,000

    The Committee recommends an additional $2,000,000 for 
Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Air Force, to repair 
family housing units at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, which 
were damaged by Typhoon Ponsonga.

                    GENERAL PROVISION, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 901. The Committee recommendation modifies a provision 
proposed by the administration which provides the Secretary of 
Defense with additional authority for military construction 
expenses associated with the war on terror and military 
operations in Iraq.

                               CHAPTER 10


    Subcommittee on Transportation, Treasury and General Government


                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


                        Maritime Administration


          MARITIME GUARANTEED LOAN (TITLE XI) PROGRAM ACCOUNT

2003 appropriation to date..............................      $4,126,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      50,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $50,000,000 
for the Maritime Guaranteed Loan Program (title XI). The title 
XI program provides subsidies for guaranteed loans for 
purchasers of vessels built in U.S. shipyards and includes the 
guarantee for facilities or equipment pertaining to marine 
operations related to any of those vessels. The Committee is 
aware that the program is critical for those who transport 
military equipment and supplies to deployed military forces 
during time of war. There is currently only $1,000,000 
available for pending and new loan guarantees, and many future 
maritime projects, including those that will be used for 
military sealift, are in jeopardy without additional resources.

           TITLE II--MISCELLANEOUS AND TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS

                               CHAPTER 1

  Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The following provision is a technical correction. The 
Committee recommendation permits a recently appointed U.S. 
Department of Agriculture Task Force to evaluate the merits of 
establishing National Institutes at USDA for the purposes of 
improving research activities critical to food and agricultural 
science.
    The following provision is a technical correction. The 
Committee recommendation supplies an effective date for ginseng 
labeling.
    The following provision is a technical correction. The 
Committee recommendation clarifies the intent of the original 
provision to provide payments for crop losses, livestock 
losses, and related expenses resulting from flooding following 
the application of a pesticide for brush control.
    The Committee recommendation includes a provision which 
makes a change to the definition of a producer handler and 
requires the Secretary of Agriculture to report on the sale of 
class 1 milk products into California. The provision also makes 
a technical change in regard to Federal milk marketing orders 
in Clark County, Nevada.

                               CHAPTER 2


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


                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE


            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $754,096,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................     106,060,000

    The Committee recommends $106,060,000 for procurement, 
acquisition and construction. The recommendation is 
$106,060,000 above the request.
    The Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite 
[POES], National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental 
Satellite System [NPOESS], and Geostationary Operational 
Environmental Satellite [GOES] programs are designed to provide 
the U.S. Government with continuous satellite coverage 
necessary for weather forecasting and disaster planning and 
response. In 1994, as a cost savings effort, the civil and 
military polar-orbiting systems were integrated into a single, 
national system satisfying both civil and national security 
needs. In order to ensure that the United States would never be 
dependent on a foreign government for its weather satellite 
data, the programs were designed to include a spare that could 
be launched or activated immediately should a system failure 
occur.
    Since the fiscal year 2003 omnibus appropriations 
conference, the Committee has learned that it was misinformed 
regarding the funding requirements for the POES, NPOESS, and 
GOES programs. The fiscal year 2003 President's budget request 
for POES and NPOESS included an anomaly. As noted above, 
satellite purchases are phased to ensure that a ``hot'' spare 
is available should a catastrophic launch failure occur. The 
request introduced a 12-month gap between the second to last 
POES launch and the availability of a spare and a 19-month gap 
between the last launch of POES and the availability of a 
NPOESS spare. Current funding levels exacerbate these gaps. 
Regarding GOES, NOAA typically options satellite ``buses'' and 
launch vehicles at the same time. The current funding level 
will force NOAA to split the optioning of the next satellite. 
The bus will be paid for with fiscal year 2003 funds and the 
launch vehicle with fiscal year 2004 funds.
    The level of risk and additional costs associated with the 
gaps and the severing of launch vehicle from bus are not 
acceptable. Therefore, the Committee recommendation provides 
$14,600,000 for POES and $48,000,000 for NPOESS to reduce to 
the greatest degree possible the gaps and $41,000,000 for GOES 
to remarry the procurement. The National Environmental 
Satellite, Data and Information Service is directed to provide 
to the Committees on Appropriations a ``cure plan'' for these 
three programs not later than June 1, 2003.

                            RELATED AGENCIES


                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

2003 appropriation to date..............................    $306,815,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      23,300,000

    The Committee recommends $23,300,000 for the Equal 
Employment Opportunity Commission [EEOC]. The recommendation is 
$23,300,000 above the supplemental budget request. The 
recommendation is necessary to avert a fiscal crisis that will 
result in the furlough of 100 percent of the workforce for an 
extended period of time. The Committee understands this fiscal 
crisis resulted from a myriad of factors, most significantly 
past hiring practices that resulted in a tremendous surge in 
staff salaries and benefits and increased GSA rent 
requirements.
    Upon assumption of duties, the present Chair immediately 
instituted a hiring freeze but lacks the resources to induce 
sufficient numbers of employees to apply for early retirement. 
The Commission took further corrective action by contracting 
with the National Academy of Public Administration [NAPA] to 
assess personnel structure and other workforce issues. The NAPA 
study recommended a 5-year plan to more efficiently align the 
Commission and avoid financial crises in the future.
    The immediate requirement to merely stabilize the 
Commission and prevent a furlough or Anti-Deficiency Act 
violation is $18,300,000. However, this funding level will not 
correct the root problem, only delay it. Implementation of the 
NAPA plan is the only sure way to correct the fiscal problem. 
Therefore, the Committee recommends $5,000,000 for the first 
installment of the restructure plan. This will allow the agency 
to establish a national call center and provide technology 
required to more fully support telework and remote access 
requirements, as well as support major staffing adjustments.
    Immediate stabilization and a major personnel restructure 
are critical to the agency's future. The EEOC has presented 
this Committee with a business case analysis to support this 
request that will not only stabilize the Commission but begin a 
realistic and cost-effective restructure plan.

    National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

2003 appropriation to date..............................      $3,000,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................      11,000,000

    The Committee recommends $11,000,000 for the National 
Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. The 
Committee recommendation is $11,000,000 above the request.
    The amount provided is intended to cover all costs through 
the life of the Commission. The report of the Commission is due 
May 2004.

                               CHAPTER 3


                  Subcommittee on District of Columbia


                          DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

    The Committee recommends a number of changes to the 
District of Columbia's local budget, as requested by the Mayor 
and approved by City Council. These changes are necessitated by 
a projected budget shortfall of $133,600,000. The Committee is 
not recommending any additional Federal funds for the District 
of Columbia.

                   Governmental Direction and Support

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $9,358,000 in 
local funds for governmental direction and support for savings 
associated with the reduction in risk management functions 
within the agency, savings associated with a District-wide 
hiring freeze, and the reduction of telecommunications costs 
and contractual savings.

                  Economic Development and Regulation

    The Committee recommends an increase of $14,998,000 in 
local funds for economic development and support for increased 
costs associated with the following: the Summer Youth Program, 
the Home Purchasing Assistance Program, and the Relocation 
Program.

                       Public Safety and Justice

    The Committee recommends an increase of $10,422,000 in 
local funds for public safety and justice, including funds for 
overtime costs and new recruiting costs for the Metropolitan 
Police Department, and overtime costs for the Department of 
Corrections and the Fire and Emergency Medical Services.

                        Public Education System

    The Committee recommends several changes in the allocation 
of local funds for the public education system. These include 
an increase of $2,029,000 for the District of Columbia Public 
Schools for school operations, a rescission of $12,000,000 for 
District of Columbia Charter Schools due to lower than 
anticipated student enrollment, however, the Committee intends 
that not less than $3,000,000 of these funds are to be used to 
provide adequate charter school facitlities and educational 
programs for charter schools. The Committee also recommends a 
rescission of $1,040,000 for the University of the District of 
Columbia due to savings achieved by a District-wide hiring 
freeze, a rescission of $273,000 for the District of Columbia 
Public Libraries due to cuts made in its share of the Arts 
project program, and a rescission of $255,000 for the 
Commission on the Arts and Humanities due to a cut in its share 
of the Arts project program.

                         Human Support Services

    The Committee recommends several changes to the allocation 
of local funds for Human Support Services. These include an 
increase for the Department of Health to cover medical claims 
exceeding budgeted costs, and to cover higher Medicaid 
utilization and managed care costs. These also include an 
increase to the Department of Human Services to cover court 
order costs associated with the Mental Retardation and 
Developmental Disabilities Agency, as well as an increase for 
the Children and Family Services Agency to cover costs 
associated with unbudgeted out-of-state tuition costs for 
foster care student.

                              Public Works

    The Committee recommends several changes to the allocation 
of local funds for Public Works. These include increases for 
the recycling program, and for the District's inspection 
station program. The Committee is recommending several 
rescissions attributable to hiring freezes and freezing pay 
increases.

                    Repayment of Loans and Interest

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $2,466,000 from 
local funds due to the lower debt service obligations based on 
improved market rates and delays in borrowing.

                         Workforce Investments

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $2,000,000 from 
local funds in Workforce Investments due to the suspension of 
non-union pay increases.

                    GENERAL PROVISIONS, THIS CHAPTER

    Sec. 3001. The Committee has included bill language to 
allow the District to authorize transfers of an amount not to 
exceed $32,900,000 from funds identified in the fiscal year 
2002 comprehensive annual financial report from the fund 
balance to the local general fund. This transfer will allow the 
District to address revenue shortfalls due to the economic 
downturn, but it will not affect the District's emergency or 
contingency reserves.
    Sec. 3002. The Committee has included bill language that 
extends the authority which the Chief Financial Officer of the 
District of Columbia can exercise with respect to personnel, 
procurement, and the preparation of fiscal impact statements 
during a control period through September 30, 2004. The current 
authority expires on July 1, 2003.

                               CHAPTER 4


             Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                United States Fish and Wildlife Service


                    STATE AND TRIBAL WILDLIFE GRANTS

    The Committee recommendation provides a technical 
correction to language in Public Law 108-7 relating to State 
and Tribal Wildlife Grants.

                         National Park Service


                 OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM

2003 appropriation to date..............................  $1,555,389,000
2003 supplemental estimate..............................................
Committee recommendation................................       9,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides a correct amount for 
operation of the national park system in Public Law 108-7 to 
reflect the conference agreement.

                        Bureau of Indian Affairs


                              CONSTRUCTION

    In accordance with the administration's request, the Fiscal 
Year 2002 Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act 
(Public Law 107-63) provided funding for the construction of a 
K-12 Ojibwa Indian school. Since that time, the Turtle Mountain 
Band of Chippewa Indians and the Bureau of Indian Affairs have 
agreed that the replacement school should be sized for 553 
students. Based on this agreement, the Committee believes that 
the remaining planning, design, and actual construction can now 
be accomplished for approximately $26,700,000, or less. Bill 
language has therefore been included directing that funds for 
this project be made available for obligation within 30 days of 
enactment of this Act.

                             RELATED AGENCY


                           General Provision

    Modifies section 328 of Division F of Public Law 108-7 to 
reflect congressional intent more clearly.
    Requires the Secretary of the Interior to provide a report 
to Congress detailing the Secretary's intent regarding the 
direct sale of 983 acres in Clark County, Nevada.

                               CHAPTER 5


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


                          DEPARTMENT OF LABOR


                 Employment and Training Administration


                    TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language 
providing $1,000,000 for the Jobs for America's Graduates 
program.

                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


              Health Resources and Services Administration


                     HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES

    In the statement of the managers of the committee of 
conference accompanying H.J. Res. 2 (Public Law 108-7; House 
Report 108-10), in the matter in title II of Division G, under 
the heading ``Health Resources and Services''
  --the provision specifying $200,000 for the U.S. and 
        Developing Country Medical Centers Program for the 
        linking of U.S. academic medical centers with 
        developing country medical centers to facilitate mutual 
        capacity building through the exchange of clinicians 
        between the two institutions so that care providers in 
        the developing world can learn, first hand, from those 
        in the U.S. who are most experienced in AIDS care shall 
        be deleted;
  --the provision specifying La Crosse Medical Health Science 
        Consortium to establish virtual health centers shall be 
        deemed to read as follows: ``La Crosse Medical Health 
        Science Consortium in La Crosse, Wisconsin to establish 
        virtual health centers in eight counties'';
  --the provision specifying Children's Hospital Central 
        California for construction of the Pediatric Trauma 
        Unit shall be deemed to read as follows: ``Children's 
        Hospital Central California in Madera, CA for 
        construction of the Pediatric Trauma Unit''; and
  --the provision specifying $1,630,000 for the Geisinger 
        Health System, Harrisburg, PA, for the Rural PA Stroke 
        Care Partnership shall be deemed to read: ``Geisinger 
        Health System, Harrisburg, PA, for the Rural PA Stroke 
        Care Partnership, $630,000''.
    The Committee recommendation includes bill language making 
technical corrections to numerous projects within the Health 
Resources and Services account.
    The Committee recommends transfering $800,000 from the 
health care and other facilities construction program to the 
telehealth grant program. The Committee also recommends 
transferring $225,000 from the health care and other facilities 
construction program to program management. The Committee 
further recommends transferring $490,000 from the health care 
and other facilities construction program to the rural outreach 
program and also transfers $200,000 from the Rural Health 
Outreach Grants program to Program Administration.

                Administration for Children and Families


                CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SERVICES PROGRAMS

    In the statement of the managers of the committee of 
conference accompanying H.J. Res. 2 (Public Law 108-7; House 
Report 108-10), in the matter in title II of Division G, 
relating to Social services and income maintenance research 
under the heading ``Children and Families Services Programs''
  --the provision specifying $150,000 for the Bethesda 
        Children's Home shall be deemed to read as follows, 
        ``Bethesda Children's Home/Lutheran Social Services''.

                        Administration on Aging


                        AGING SERVICES PROGRAMS

    In the statement of the managers of the committee of 
conference accompanying H.J. Res. 2 (Public Law 108-7; House 
Report 108-10), in the matter in title II of Division G, 
relating to Aging research, training and demonstrations under 
the heading ``Aging Services Programs''
  --the provision specifying $850,000 for the Jewish Federation 
        of Greater Washington shall be deemed to read as 
        follows: ``$1,200,000 to the Jewish Federation of 
        Greater Washington in Montgomery County, MD to 
        establish a Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities 
        (NORCs) demonstration project providing supportive 
        services to seniors.''; and
  --the provision specifying $1,200,000 for the Jewish Family 
        and Children's Service, Minneapolis, MN shall be deemed 
        to read as follows: ``$850,000 for the Jewish Family 
        and Children's Service, Minneapolis, MN, for programs 
        for seniors in Naturally Occurring Retirement 
        Community''.

                        Office of the Secretary


            PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES EMERGENCY FUND

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language making 
a technical correction to the Public Health and Social Service 
Emergency Fund.

                           General Provision


                    INTERNATIONAL HEALTH ACTIVITIES

    The Committee recommendation includes a new general 
provision making a technical correction regarding international 
health activities.

                        DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION


                      SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language making 
technical corrections to numerous projects funded in the Fund 
for the Improvement of Education. Also included are bill 
language program technical corrections.

                            HIGHER EDUCATION

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language making 
technical corrections to numerous projects funded in the Fund 
for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education.

                           General Provision

    The Committee has included a provision which raises the 
maximum age from 17 to 19 for students participating in the 
federally funded Advanced Placement program.

                            RELATED AGENCIES


            Corporation for National and Community Services


        DOMESTIC VOLUNTEER SERVICE PROGRAMS, OPERATING EXPENSES

    The Committee recommendation includes bill language making 
technical corrections in the Domestic Volunteer Service 
program.

                               CHAPTER 6


                 Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch


                             CAPITOL POLICE

    This provision reinserts the effective date relative to 
section 1015 of Public Law 108-7.

                               CHAPTER 7


    Subcommittee on Transportation, Treasury and General Government


                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

    The Committee recommendation includes a provision making a 
technical correction to Section 336 of Division I of Public Law 
108-7.
    The Committee recommendation includes a provision making 
technical corrections to Section 321 of Division I of Public 
Law 108-7.
    The Committee recommendation includes a provision to permit 
rural areas that became part of an urbanized area as a result 
of the 2000 census to use funds made available to carry out 
section 5307 of title 49 for operating assistance during fiscal 
year 2003.

                               CHAPTER 8


Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development and 
                          Independent Agencies


              DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT


                       Community Development Fund

    The recommendation makes several technical corrections to 
grants.

                     Management and Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

    The recommendation clarifies the intent of Congress that 
the General Counsel of the Department of Housing and Urban 
Development retains responsibility for appropriation issues 
while acknowledging a new division on Antideficiency Act 
violations within the HUD Office of the CFO.

                          INDEPENDENT AGENCIES


             Corporation for National and Community Service


       NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAMS OPERATING EXPENSES

    The Committee has included language for the Corporation for 
National and Community Service (``Corporation'') to provide a 
deficiency appropriation of up to $64,000,000 to liquidate 
obligations incurred in previous years. The Administration 
submitted this request on March 5, 2003 to the Congress. The 
Committee has included this deficiency language to ensure that 
AmeriCorps participants receive their earned education award. 
Nevertheless, the Committee believes that the Corporation must 
provide a detailed and thorough explanation regarding the root 
causes of this deficiency before any funds are to be made 
available. Accordingly, the Committee makes the availability of 
these funds contingent on the Corporation submitting a report 
in accordance with the requirements of the Antideficiency Act 
and the guidance included in OMB Circular A-11.
    The Committee has also included a technical correction for 
administrative funds previously appropriated in the 
Consolidated Appropriations Resolution, 2003 (Public Law 108-
7).

                TITLE III--COLUMBIA ORBITER MEMORIAL ACT

    The recommendation allows the construction of a memorial 
marker honoring the seven members of the crew of the Columbia 
Orbiter who died on February 1, 2003, over the State of Texas 
during the landing of space shuttle mission STS-107.
    The recommendation provides $500,000 from available funds 
for the construction of the memorial marker and provides the 
Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration the authority to accept gifts and donations for 
this purpose.

             TITLE IV--AVIATION INDUSTRY RELIEF PROVISIONS

    Sec. 401. Provides for a 6-month suspension of the security 
service fees authorized by section 44940(a) of Title 49, United 
States Code.
    Sec. 402. Provides $1,000,000,000 to the Department of 
Transportation for reimbursement to air carriers for security 
costs resulting from government action, subject to cost 
certification.
    Sec. 403. Provides $100,000,000 to the Department of 
Transportation to reimburse air carriers for cockpit door 
reinforcement.
    Sec. 404. Provides $375,000,000 to the Department of 
Transportation to assist airports in meeting operating and 
capital expenses related to mandated security-related 
improvements.
    Sec. 405. Includes a provision further extending for a 1-
year period the War Risk Insurance provisions contained in 
Public Law 107-296.
    Sec. 406. Includes a provision making War Risk Insurance 
provisions available only to air carriers that comply with 
specified executive compensation limitations.
    Sec. 407. Includes a provision requiring the Comptroller 
General to submit semi-annual reports regarding airline actions 
to improve finances and on executive compensation.
    Sec. 408. Includes a provision requiring air carriers 
receiving assistance under this Act to submit cost expenditure 
plans to the Comptroller General.
    Sec. 409. Includes a provision to provide 26 weeks of 
extended unemployment benefits to eligible aviation industry 
workers as defined in the bill.

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

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, the accompanying 
bill was ordered reported from the Committee by recorded vote 
of 29-0, a quorum being present.
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman 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
Mr. Brownback
Mr. 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
Ms. Landrieu

 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.''
    In compliance with this rule, the following changes in 
existing law proposed to be made by the bill are shown as 
follows: existing law to be omitted is enclosed in black 
brackets; new matter is printed in Italics; and existing law in 
which no change is proposed is shown in Roman.
    With respect to this bill, it is the opinion of the 
Committee that it is necessary to dispense with these 
requirements in order to expedite the business of the Senate.

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                            TITLE I

                  SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS

                           CHAPTER 1

                     AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS

                 Agricultural Research Service
      -- Buildings and facilities                      .................            98,000            +98,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 1                        .................            98,000            +98,000
                   Appropriations                      .................           (98,000)          (+98,000)
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                           CHAPTER 2

                     DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                    General Administration

  108-55 Counterterrorism fund                                  500,000            500,000   .................

            DEPARTMENT OF STATE AND RELATED AGENCY

               Administration of Foreign Affairs

  108-55 Diplomatic and consular programs                       101,420             93,420             -8,000
  108-55 Embassy security, construction, and                     20,000             82,000            +62,000
          maintenance
  108-55 Emergencies in the diplomatic and consular              65,708             40,000            -25,708
          service
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Administration of Foreign                 187,128            215,420            +28,292
                Affairs

                       RELATED AGENCIES

                Broadcasting Board of Governors

  108-55 International Broadcasting Operations                   30,500             62,000            +31,500
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 2                                 717,628            777,420            +59,792
                   Appropriations                              (717,628)          (777,420)          (+59,792)
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                           CHAPTER 3

                DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--MILITARY

                      Military Personnel

      -- Military Personnel, Army                      .................         7,724,500         +7,724,500
      -- Military Personnel, Navy                      .................         1,784,300         +1,784,300
      -- Military Personnel, Marine corps              .................         1,254,900         +1,254,900
      -- Military Personnel, Air Force                 .................         2,834,800         +2,834,800
      -- Reserve Personnel, Army                       .................             6,000             +6,000
      -- National Guard Personnel, Army                .................           110,000           +110,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Military Personnel               .................        13,714,500        +13,714,500

                   Operation and Maintenance

      -- Operation and Maintenance, Army               .................        16,142,500        +16,142,500
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Navy               .................         5,296,600         +5,296,600
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps       .................         1,752,700         +1,752,700
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Air Force          .................         7,209,200         +7,209,200
  108-55 Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide              1,400,000          4,007,700         +2,607,700
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve       .................            15,000            +15,000
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps       .................            50,000            +50,000
          Reserve
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Army National      .................            88,400            +88,400
          Guard
      -- Operation and Maintenance, Air National       .................            20,000            +20,000
          Guard
  108-55 Natural Resources Risk Remediation Fund                489,300            489,300   .................
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Operation and Maintenance               1,889,300         35,071,400        +33,182,100

                          Procurement

      -- Aircraft Procurement, Army                    .................             4,100             +4,100
      -- Missile Procurement, Army                     .................             3,100             +3,100
      -- Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat     .................            53,300            +53,300
          Vehicles, Army
      -- Procurement of Ammunition, Army               .................           447,500           +447,500
      -- Other Procurement, Army                       .................           241,800           +241,800
      -- Other Procurement, Air Force                  .................           113,600           +113,600
      -- Procurement, Defense-Wide                     .................           451,000           +451,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Procurement                      .................         1,314,400         +1,314,400

          Research, Development, Test and Evaluation

      -- Research, Development, Test and Evaluation,   .................            11,500            +11,500
          Army

                Revolving and Management Funds

  108-55 Defense Working Capital Funds                          430,000            550,000           +120,000

             Other Department of Defense Programs

      -- Defense Health Programs                       .................           501,700           +501,700
  108-55 Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug                      34,000             34,000   .................
          Activities, Defense
  108-55 Defense emergency response fund                     59,863,200         11,019,000        -48,844,200
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Other Department of Defense            59,897,200         11,554,700        -48,342,500
                Programs

                 Chapter 2 General Provisions

  108-55 Additional transfer authority (Public Law           (5,100,000)        (3,500,000)       (-1,600,000)
          107-248, (Sec. 8005) (Sec. 303)
  108-55 Afghanistan Freedom Support (Sec. 304)                 165,000            165,000   .................
  108-55     Operation and maintenance, Army                    (35,000)           (35,000)  .................
  108-55     Operation and maintenance, Navy                    (75,000)           (75,000)  .................
  108-55     Operation and maintenance, Air Force               (55,000)           (55,000)  .................
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, General Provisions                        165,000            165,000   .................
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 3                              62,381,500         62,381,500   .................
                   Appropriations                           (62,381,500)       (62,381,500)  .................
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 4

          DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--CIVIL DEPARTMENT OF
                           THE ARMY

                   Corps of Engineers--Civil

      -- Operation and maintenance, general            .................            29,000            +29,000

                  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                     Bureau of Reclamation

      -- Water and related resources                   .................            25,000            +25,000

                     DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

                        Energy Programs

      -- Science                                       .................             1,000             +1,000

               Atomic Energy Defense Activities

         National Nuclear Security Administration:
      --     Weapons activities                        .................            19,000            +19,000
      --     Defense nuclear nonproliferation          .................            55,000            +55,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Subtotal, National Nuclear Security     .................            74,000            +74,000
                Administration
      -- Defense environmental restoration and waste   .................             6,000             +6,000
          management
      -- Other defense activities                      .................            18,000            +18,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Atomic Energy Defenses           .................            99,000            +99,000
                Activities
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 4                        .................           153,000           +153,000
                   Appropriations                      .................          (153,000)         (+153,000)
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 5

                 BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE

              Funds Appropriated to the President

            United States Agency for International
                          Development

  108-55 Child survival and health programs fund                 40,000             90,000            +50,000
  108-55 International disaster assistance                       80,000            112,500            +32,500
         Loan Guarantees to Israel:
  108-55     (Limitation on guaranteed loans)                (9,000,000)        (9,000,000)  .................
  108-55 Operating expenses of the U.S. Agency for               22,000             23,600             +1,600
          International Development
             (Transfer to U.S. AID Office of                    (-2,000)           (-2,000)  .................
              Inspector General)
  108-55 Operating expenses of U.S. Agency for                   (2,000)            (2,000)  .................
          International Development Office of
          Inspector General (By transfer)
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, United States AID                         142,000            226,100            +84,100

              Other Bilateral Economic Assistance

         Economic Support Fund:
  108-55     Economic support fund                            2,442,000          2,357,900            -84,100
  108-55     Loan Guarantees to Egypt: (Limitation on        (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)  .................
              guaranteed loans)
  108-55     Loan Guarantees to Turkey: (Limitation          (8,500,000)        (8,500,000)  .................
              on guaranteed loans)
  108-55 U.S. Emergency Fund for Complex Foreign                150,000            150,000   .................
          Crises
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Other Bilateral Economic                2,592,000          2,507,900            -84,100
                Assistance

                     INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

                      Department of State

  108-55 International narcotics control and law                 25,000             25,000   .................
          enforcement
  108-55 Andean Counterdrug Initiative                           34,000             34,000   .................
  108-55 United States Emergency Refugee and                     50,000             75,000            +25,000
          Migration Assistance Fund
  108-55 Nonproliferation, anti-terrorism, demining              28,000             28,000   .................
          and related programs
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Subtotal, Department of State                    137,000            162,000            +25,000

                      MILITARY ASSISTANCE

              Funds Appropriated to the President

  108-55 Foreign Military Financing Program                   2,059,100          2,059,100   .................
  108-55 Peacekeeping operations                                200,000            150,000            -50,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Funds Appropriate to the                2,259,100          2,209,100            -50,000
                President

              OTHER BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE

              FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT

  108-55 Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund                  2,443,300          2,468,300            +25,000
  108-55     (Transfer out)                                   (-200,000)  .................         (+200,000)
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 5                               7,573,400          7,573,400   .................
                       Appropriations                        (7,573,400)        (7,573,400)  .................
                   (By transfer)                                 (2,000)            (2,000)  .................
                   (Limitation on guarantee loans)           19,500,000         19,500,000   .................
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 6

                DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

                    Departmental Management

  108-55 Counterterrorism fund                                1,500,000          1,135,000           -365,000

              Border and Transportation Security

  108-55 Office for Domestic Preparedness                     2,000,000          2,000,000   .................

                          Coast Guard

      -- Operating expenses                            .................           580,000           +580,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 6                               3,500,000          3,715,000           +215,000
                   Appropriations                            (3,500,000)        (3,715,000)         (+215,000)
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 7

            DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

                    Office of the Secretary

      -- Public Health and Social Services emergency   .................            35,000            +35,000
          fund
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 7                        .................            35,000            +35,000
                   Appropriations                      .................           (35,000)          (+35,000)
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 8

                      LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

  108-55 Legislative Branch Emergency Response Fund             125,000   .................          -125,000

                        Capitol Police

         General expenses                              .................            38,165            +38,165

                     Office of Compliance

         Salaries and expenses                         .................               111               +111

                   Architect of the Capitol

                 Capitol Buildings and Grounds

         General administration                        .................            18,672            +18,672
         Capitol building                              .................             1,100             +1,100
         Capitol Power Plant                           .................            14,600            +14,600
         Capitol police buildings and grounds          .................            40,140            +40,140
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Architect of the Capitol         .................            74,512            +74,512

                      Library of Congress

         Salaries and expenses                         .................             5,500             +5,500
         Congressional Research Service, salaries and  .................             1,863             +1,863
          expenses
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Library of Congress              .................             7,363             +7,363

                   General Accounting Office

         Salaries and expenses                         .................             4,849             +4,849
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 8                                 125,000            125,000   .................
                   Appropriations                              (125,000)          (125,000)  .................
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 9

                     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

  108-55 Military construction, Navy                             48,100             48,100   .................
  108-55 Military construction, Air Force                       129,400            127,400             -2,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Military Construction                     177,500            175,500             -2,000

      -- Family housing, Air Force: Operation and      .................             2,000             +2,000
          maintenance
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 9                                 177,500            177,500   .................
                   Appropriations                              (177,500)          (177,500)  .................
                                                      ==========================================================
                          CHAPTER 10

                 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

                    Maritime Administration

      -- Maritime Guaranteed Loan (Title XI) Program   .................            50,000            +50,000
          Account: Guaranteed loans subsidy

          EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT AND FUNDS
                 APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT

  108-55 Unanticipated needs: Emergency Response Fund           250,000   .................          -250,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 10                                250,000             50,000           -200,000
                   Appropriations                              (250,000)           (50,000)         (-200,000)
                                                      ==========================================================
               Total, title I                                74,725,028         75,085,820           +360,792
                   New budget (obligational)                 74,725,028         75,085,820           +360,792
                    authority
                       Appropriations                       (74,725,028)       (75,085,820)         (+360,792)
                   (By transfer)                                 (2,000)            (2,000)  .................
                   (Limitation on guarantee loans)           19,500,000         19,500,000   .................
                                                      ==========================================================
                           TITLE II

            MISCELLANEOUS AND TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS

                           CHAPTER 2

                     DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                  Office of Justice Programs

      -- Juvenile justice programs                     .................               529               +529
      --     Rescission                                .................              -100               -100
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Subtotal, Juvenile Justice Programs     .................               429               +429

                    DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

               National Oceanic and Atmospheric
                        Administration

      -- Procurement, acquisition and construction     .................           106,060           +106,060

            Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

      -- Salaries and expenses                         .................            23,300            +23,300

           National Commission on Terrorism Attacks
                    Upon the United States

      -- Salaries and expenses                         .................            11,000            +11,000
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 2                        .................           140,789           +140,789
                   Appropriations                      .................          (140,789)         (+140,789)
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 4

                  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                     National Park System

      -- Operation of the National Park System         .................             9,000             +9,000
                                                      ==========================================================
                           CHAPTER 5

                      DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

            Employment and Training Administration

      -- Training and employment services              .................             1,000             +1,000

                           CHAPTER 8

                     INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

            Corporation for National and Community
                            Service

         National and community service programs
          operating expense:
  108-44     Appropriation for the liquidation of               (64,000)           (64,000)  .................
              deficiency
  108-44     Portion applied to liquidate                      (-64,000)          (-64,000)  .................
              deficiencies
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
               Total, Chapter 8                        .................  .................  .................
                   Appropriations                      .................  .................  .................
                   (Appropriation for the liquidation           (64,000)           (64,000)  .................
                    of deficiency)
                   (Portion applied to liquidate               (-64,000)          (-64,000)  .................
                    deficiencies)
                                                      ==========================================================
               Total, title II                         .................           150,789           +150,789
                   Appropriations                      .................          (150,889)         (+150,889)
                       Rescissions                     .................             (-100)             (-100)
                   (Appropriation for the liquidation           (64,000)           (64,000)  .................
                    of deficiency)
                   (Portion applied to liquidate               (-64,000)          (-64,000)  .................
                    deficiencies)
                                                      ==========================================================
                           TITLE IV

              AVIATION INDUSTRY RELIEF PROVISIONS

      -- Reimbursement of Airlines for certain         .................         1,000,000         +1,000,000
          increased security costs (Sec. 402)
      -- Cockpit door reinforcement reimbursement      .................           100,000           +100,000
          (Sec. 403)
      -- Airport security-related reimbursement (Sec.  .................           375,000           +375,000
          404)
                                                      ==========================================================
               Total, title IV                         .................         1,475,000         +1,475,000
                   Appropriations                      .................        (1,475,000)       (+1,475,000)
                                                      ==========================================================
               Grand total:
                   New budget (obligational)                 74,725,028         76,711,609         +1,986,581
                    authority
                       Appropriations                       (74,725,028)       (76,711,709)       (+1,986,681)
                       Rescissions                     .................             (-100)             (-100)
                   (Transfer out)                             (-202,000)           (-2,000)         (+200,000)
                   (By transfer)                                 (2,000)            (2,000)  .................
                   (Limitation on guarantee loans)           19,500,000         19,500,000   .................
                   (Appropriation for the liquidation           (64,000)           (64,000)  .................
                    of deficiency)
                   (Portion applied to liquidate               (-64,000)          (-64,000)  .................
                    deficiencies)
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