H. Rept. 111-149 - 111th Congress (2009-2010)
June 12, 2009, As Reported by the Appropriations Committee

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House Report 111-149 - COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010




[House Report 111-149]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


111th Congress                                                   Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 1st Session                                                    111-149

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 COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 
                                  2010

                                _______
                                

 June 12, 2009.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                              R E P O R T

                             together with

                            ADDITIONAL VIEWS

                        [To accompany H.R. 2847]

    The Committee on Appropriations submits the following 
report in explanation of the accompanying bill making 
appropriations for Commerce, Justice, Science, and related 
agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for 
other purposes.

                        INDEX TO BILL AND REPORT

                                                            Page Number

                                                            Bill Report
Title I--Department of Commerce............................     2
                                                                     10
Title II--Department of Justice............................    22
                                                                     51
Title III--Science.........................................    66
                                                                    129
        Office of Science and Technology Policy............    66
                                                                    130
        National Aeronautics and Space Administration......    67
                                                                    131
        National Science Foundation........................    73
                                                                    153
Title IV--Related Agencies.................................    76
                                                                    160
        Commission on Civil Rights.........................    76
                                                                    160
        Equal Employment Opportunity Commission............    77
                                                                    161
        International Trade Commission.....................    78
                                                                    162
        Legal Services Corporation.........................    78
                                                                    162
        Marine Mammal Commission...........................    79
                                                                    163
        Office of the United States Trade Representative...    80
                                                                    163
        State Justice Institute............................    80
                                                                    164
Title V--General Provisions................................    81
                                                                    165

                              Bill Totals

    The President's fiscal year 2010 budget request for 
activities funded in the Commerce, Justice, Science and Related 
Agencies Appropriations Act totals $64,637,341,000 in new 
obligation authority, of which $222,300,000 is for mandatory 
programs. The amounts recommended by the Committee in the 
accompanying bill total $64,415,041,000, $197,270,000 below the 
budget request and $6,763,530,000 above the sums available to 
the departments and agencies funded in this bill for fiscal 
year 2009, excluding emergency supplemental appropriations.

                    Committee Budget Review Process

    During its review of the fiscal year 2010 budget request 
and execution of appropriations for fiscal year 2009, the 
Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related 
Agencies held a total of 24 budget hearings. The Subcommittee 
received testimony from Members of Congress and some 68 outside 
witnesses. In addition, officials from the Administration 
representing the departments and agencies funded in this bill 
testified before the Subcommittee. This year, in particular, 
the Subcommittee focused a series of hearings on investments 
for all facets of the science enterprise, climate science and 
mitigation, as well as prisoner reentry programs, recidivism 
reduction, and criminal justice reform.
    In developing its recommendations, the Committee has drawn 
upon work and analysis of the Government Accountability Office, 
the Congressional Research Service, offices of Inspectors 
General, the National Academies and the Committee's own surveys 
and investigations staff. The Committee appreciates the 
assistance and contributions of the men and women of these 
organizations.

                                Overview


                   INVESTMENTS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

    Regaining our economic strength is critical to our national 
security. In order to improve the economic condition and to 
ensure long-term American prosperity, investments in science 
and technology are required and will underpin future economic 
growth. As clearly stated in the Rising Above the Gathering 
Storm report of the National Academy of Sciences, healthy 
levels of investment in scientific research are the key to 
long-term economic growth that exceeds population growth. These 
investments improve the quality of life for all Americans and 
improve our national security.
    The America Competes Act (Public Law 110-69) authorized 
major increases in funding for the National Science Foundation 
(NSF), the National Institute of Standards and Technology 
(NIST), and the Department of Energy Office of Science. This 
legislation has led to major funding increases for these 
programs in both Public Law 111-8, the Omnibus Appropriations 
Act for 2009, and Public Law 111-5, the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act (ARRA). However, missing from this plan of 
increased investments in science and technology funding are 
critical elements of the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration (NOAA), which equally support the science 
enterprise of our Nation. In testimony before the Subcommittee, 
both Dr. Ralph Cicerone and Dr. Lennard Fisk noted that NASA's 
science activities and NOAA research are not markedly different 
or less important than other science disciplines funded by the 
NSF and NIST, and that there was little reason for their 
exclusion from the doubling path envisioned in the America 
Competes Act. The Subcommittee recommendation considers the 
robust budget requests for those activities authorized in the 
America Competes Act in this context; accordingly, the 
Subcommittee provides appropriate increases for NSF and NIST, 
while also providing appropriate and necessary increases for 
critical science activities of NASA and NOAA. These agencies, 
collectively, underpin our Nation's science enterprise, and 
their collective research investment addresses the clear 
national needs.
    While the economy is the major crisis confronting our 
Nation today, climate change is a longer lasting threat to our 
future well being. Through congressional testimony and numerous 
research papers, the science community has made clear that 
anthropogenic climate change has begun. The 40 percent increase 
in emissions of greenhouse gases since 1990 is accelerating 
these changes, and as the world economy recovers, these 
emissions will grow further. While other legislation currently 
under consideration by the House addresses mitigation, the 
responsibility for observing, understanding, predicting, and 
monitoring climate change falls primarily to NOAA, NSF, and 
NASA--which are funded in this appropriations bill--and the 
United States Geological Service.
    For the U.S. Government, NOAA leads the U.S. efforts in 
climate study and has begun to form a National Climate Service 
that will work in federation with other U.S. federal agencies 
and nations. NOAA's responsibility will continue to include 
long-term observations from space and ground-based systems but 
will also extend beyond NOAA's traditional role in weather and 
predictions of climate. While NOAA's climate products and 
services must guide and monitor mitigation, adaptation will be 
required. NOAA requires increased resources to implement the 
National Climate Service and mitigate the risks to the 
operational satellite observing systems in polar and 
geostationary orbits. The Subcommittee recommendation endorses 
and advances these critical efforts.
    The Subcommittee recommendation also supports the work of 
the NSF and NASA in climate change study and mitigation. NSF 
supports significant research in a broad range of research on 
climate change and critical continuing observations through its 
long-term ecological research sites and oceanographic cruises. 
While NSF funding has been growing over the past several years, 
Earth science funding at NASA has decreased more than one-third 
during the past eight years. NASA's Earth science programs and 
activities seek to understand how Earth is changing and 
determine the consequences of those changes for life on our 
planet. Restoring the Earth science budget continues to be a 
priority for the Subcommittee.

              PRISONER REENTRY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

    In 1974, American Sociologist Robert Martinson co-authored 
a report concluding that rehabilitative efforts had little 
impact on reducing recidivism, and that report formed the basis 
of a school of thought referred to as ``nothing works.'' The 
``nothing works'' concept has informed much of this country's 
approach to criminal justice over the following decades, as the 
Federal and State governments came to rely on lengthy 
incarceration and truth-in-sentencing at the expense of 
rehabilitation. The result has been an increasing number of 
Americans under some form of criminal justice supervision.
    According to the Pew Center on the States, the number of 
people imprisoned in the United States grew by approximately 
three percent per year between 1995 and 2005, compared to an 
overall population growth rate of one percent. In March 2009, 
the Pew Center on the States released a report stating that the 
incarcerated population in the United States in 2008 reached 
2.3 million, meaning that one in 100 adults was in prison or 
jail. In addition, according to that report, one in 31 
Americans (7.3 million) in 2008 was under some form of 
correctional supervision--either in jail, on probation, or 
under some form of supervised release--compared to one in 77 in 
the early 1980s. The tables have turned, and it is now clear 
that a primarily punitive approach to criminal justice does not 
work. Moreover, the Federal and State governments can no longer 
afford a criminal justice approach that is not based on clear 
evidence about what does work.
    More recent research, referred to as ``what works,'' has 
largely debunked the conclusion that rehabilitation programs 
are ineffective. The determinative factor in whether 
rehabilitation is successful is whether it is evidence-based, 
fully implemented, and whether it coordinates a full complement 
of rehabilitative services designed to meet the needs of 
individual offenders, including drug abuse treatment, 
vocational training, and educational services. Drug abuse 
treatment is particularly important because reducing the 
cravings associated with addiction is a prerequisite for 
allowing an offender to make productive use of other 
rehabilitation services and other opportunities for becoming 
productive members of society.
    The Subcommittee conducted seven hearings focused on the 
challenges facing offenders as they reenter communities, 
programs that facilitate reentry and reduce recidivism, and the 
state of research on ``what works'' for offender reentry. An 
eighth hearing focused on efforts by many states to reform 
fundamentally their criminal justice systems in a way that 
responsibly reduces prison populations while reinvesting a 
portion of the associated savings on services to prevent crime 
and reduce recidivism.
    Witness testimony from researchers, practitioners, and 
corrections officials formed a consensus that insufficient 
resources and attention are currently invested, at both the 
Federal and State levels, in evidence-based strategies for 
employing alternatives to incarceration; helping offenders 
transition back to society following incarceration; and 
reducing recidivism. As a result, State and Federal prison 
populations continue to grow at an unsustainable rate, with 
many of the same offenders being repeatedly recycled through 
the country's prisons at great expense to the taxpayer. 
Resources provided in this bill are intended to spur and 
support evidence-based strategies and programs, at both the 
Federal and State levels, to reduce recidivism and improve the 
criminal justice system.

                      Major Themes and Initiatives

    The bill recommends funding for a diverse set of essential 
government activities that address the present needs of our 
country and economy while preparing for and investing in our 
future as a Nation.
    Addressing law enforcement priorities.--In total, the bill 
provides in excess of $26,861,981,000 for law enforcement 
activities, an increase of $1,595,043,000 over the 2009 enacted 
level. Investments recommended by the Committee provide for:
          
 more than $585,000,000 to enhance and expand 
        national security programs at the Federal Bureau of 
        Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau 
        of Prisons and others;
          
 $62,600,000 in new funding to address white 
        collar crime, including corporate fraud and tax 
        evasion, and return resources to the Federal fisc;
          
 $23,700,000 in new funds to reinvigorate and 
        expand civil rights enforcement against racial, ethnic, 
        sexual preference, religious and gender discrimination;
          
 $3,423,988,000 for grants to state and local 
        law enforcement agencies, including $298,000,000 to put 
        new police officers on the beat and $100,000,000 for 
        ex-offender reentry initiatives;
          
 $70,600,000 for new correctional officer 
        staffing at Federal prisons to improve the safety and 
        security of inmates and guards; and
          
 $345,900,000 in new Department-wide 
        activities to safeguard the southwest border, address 
        Mexican cartel violence and support activities of the 
        Department of Homeland Security.
    Science and technology.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $30,571,851,000 to support investments in science and 
technology, including science, technology, engineering and 
mathematics (STEM) education, an increase of $1,049,255,000 
over last year. The Committee bill provides:
          
 $6,936,510,000 for the National Science 
        Foundation, an increase of 6.9 percent over the fiscal 
        year 2009 enacted level, which maintains NSF on a 
        doubling path. Within this level, $862,900,000 is 
        recommended for education programs of NSF, such as 
        Noyce Scholarships, the math and science partnership 
        program, and support for hands-on, inquiry-based 
        instruction;
          
 $18,203,300,000 for NASA, an increase of 
        $421,915,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
        Investments in NASA contribute to economic vitality, 
        science and technology, national security and an 
        improved quality of life. Within the funds recommended 
        for NASA, over $500,000,000 is provided for critical 
        investments in aeronautics research and development to 
        maintain U.S. leadership in aeronautics, to plan for 
        and implement the Next Generation Air Transportation 
        System and to invest in ``green'' aircraft 
        technologies. Further, over $175,000,000 is recommended 
        for education programs, an increase of nearly 
        $50,000,000 over the request;
          
 more than $4,600,000,000 for activities of 
        the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, an 
        increase of $237,745,000 over the fiscal year 2009 
        enacted level and $129,125,000 over the budget request. 
        Within the funds recommended for NOAA, nearly 
        $400,000,000 is provided for climate change research; 
        regional climate assessments; enhanced modeling 
        capabilities; ocean observations and coral reef 
        conservation; climate data records, and data access and 
        archiving; and a more robust education program focused 
        on climate, including the transition of the GLOBE 
        program from NASA to NOAA. Full funding is also 
        provided for acquisition, construction and operations 
        of the GOES-R, NPOESS and NPP satellites, and Jason 3, 
        which will provide sea surface elevation and ocean 
        circulation measurements. Within the recommendation, 
        the requested increase of $56,500,000 for Magnuson-
        Stevens Reauthorization Act activities to end 
        overfishing by 2012 is fully funded. Funding is 
        provided above the request in areas of critical need 
        such as protected species recovery, habitat restoration 
        and coastal and estuarine land conservation.
          
 over $781,000,000 for the National Institute 
        of Standards and Technology, which includes an 8 
        percent increase for science research and technical 
        services over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
        Within the recommendation, $124,700,000 is provided for 
        the Manufacturing Extension Partnerships program and 
        $69,900,000 for the Technology Innovation Program, the 
        same as the request, which leverage private funds to 
        invest in research and development and improve 
        manufacturing productivity and job creation.
          
 increases above the budget request to 
        strengthen NSF, NOAA and NASA education programs. The 
        Committee recognizes that sustained enhancement of the 
        scientific and technical capability of the American 
        workforce requires more than increased support for 
        research and graduate education. Investments must be 
        made in effective STEM education for students in grades 
        K-12 in both formal and informal settings.
    Global climate change and sustainability.--The Committee 
has provided over $2,000,000,000 in resources to address the 
reality of global warming climate change and its effect on 
Earth's environments, over $120,000,000 over the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level. Specifically, the bill provides:
          
 nearly $1,300,000,000 in climate change 
        programs at NASA, including nearly $150,000,000 to 
        develop and demonstrate space-based climate 
        measurements identified by the National Academy of 
        Sciences and the science community;
          
 nearly $400,000,000 for the National Oceanic 
        and Atmospheric Administration, of which more than 
        $200,000,000 is to enhance climate change research and 
        regional assessments; $90,000,000 enhances climate data 
        records and data access and archiving requirements; and 
        $29,300,000 is for climate change educational programs;
          
 nearly $310,000,000 for climate change 
        programs at the National Science Foundation;
          
 over $52,000,000 for educational programs 
        directed at climate change as recommended by the 
        National Academy of Sciences;
          
 at least $25,000,000 for ``green'' building 
        initiatives within the Economic Development 
        Administration;
          
 $14,500,000 for greenhouse gas emission 
        standards development by the National Institute for 
        Standards and Technology; and
          
 additional resources above the request to 
        enhance the protection of endangered and threatened 
        species, increase habitat restoration and coastal and 
        estuarine land conservation, and monitor mammal 
        adaptation to climate change.

                Committee Recommendation by Major Agency

    Department of Commerce.--In title I of this bill, the 
Committee recommends a total of $13,847,433,000, an increase of 
$4,579,916,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
Highlights of the Committee's recommendation include:
          
 $293,000,000 for the Economic Development 
        Administration, an increase of $9,000,000 over the 
        request;
          
 $7,374,731,000 for the Bureau of the Census, 
        an increase of $4,234,881,000 above fiscal year 2009, 
        and the same level as the budget request;
          
 $781,100,000 for the National Institute of 
        Standards and Technology, which includes $194,600,000 
        for the Manufacturing Extension Partnerships and the 
        Technology Innovation Program. The bill includes 
        $510,000,000 for scientific and technical research, 
        which is $38,000,000 over fiscal year 2009; and
          
 $4,602,941,000 for the National Oceanic and 
        Atmospheric Administration, which is $237,745,000 above 
        fiscal year 2009 and $129,125,000 over the request.
    Department of Justice.--In title II of this bill, the 
Committee recommends a total of $27,746,672,000, an increase of 
$672,762,000 over the budget request and $1,659,051,000 over 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. Highlights of the 
Committee's recommendation include:
          
 $7,851,537,000 for the Federal Bureau of 
        Investigation, including sufficient funding to 
        annualize terrorism supplemental costs into the 
        Bureau's base budget;
          
 $2,019,682,000 for the Drug Enforcement 
        Administration and $1,105,772,000 for the Bureau of 
        Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, including 
        more than $42,000,000 in new resources to fight 
        narcotics and firearms trafficking at the southwest 
        border;
          
 $6,176,675,000 for the Federal Prison 
        System, an increase of $97,400,000 over the request, to 
        address overburdened conditions in our federal prisons; 
        and
          
 $3,423,988,000 for state and local law 
        enforcement assistance, including the Office on 
        Violence Against Women, the Office of Justice Programs, 
        and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.
    Science.--In title III of this bill, the Committee 
recommends a total of $25,146,964,000, an increase of 
$868,876,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
Highlights of the Committee's recommendation include:
          
 $6,936,510,000 for the NSF, an increase of 
        $446,100,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
        maintaining NSF on a doubling path;
          
 $18,203,300,000 for the National Aeronautics 
        and Space Administration, an increase of $420,915,000 
        over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level; and
          
 $7,154,000 for the Office of Science and 
        Technology Policy of the Executive Office of the 
        President.
    Related agencies.--In title IV of this bill, the Committee 
recommends a total of $956,160,000, roughly equivalent to the 
budget request and almost $83,763,000 over the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. Highlights of the Committee's recommendation 
include:
          
 $440,000,000 for the Legal Services 
        Corporation, an increase of $50,000,000 over the fiscal 
        year 2009 enacted level;
          
 $367,303,000 for the Equal Employment 
        Opportunity Commission, which is $23,378,000 over the 
        fiscal year 2009 enacted level; and
          
 funding for the Commission on Civil Rights, 
        United States Trade Representative, International Trade 
        Commission and State Justice Institute at levels equal 
        to the budget request.

               TERMINATIONS, REDUCTIONS AND OTHER SAVINGS

    In order to invest in the critical priorities identified in 
this bill, and in an effort to build an economy on a solid 
foundation for growth and put the Nation on a path toward 
prosperity, the Committee has proposed herein a number of 
program terminations, reductions and other savings from the 
fiscal year 2009 level totaling over $1.3 billion. In addition, 
over $1 billion in other program terminations, reductions and 
other savings from the budget request are recommended. These 
adjustments, no matter their size, are important to setting the 
right priorities within the spending allocation, for getting 
the deficit under control, and creating a government that is as 
efficient as it is effective.

               Reprogramming and Spending Plan Procedures

    The reprogramming process is based on comity between the 
Congress and the Executive branch. This process is intended to 
provide departments and agencies sufficient flexibility to meet 
changing circumstances and emergent requirements not known at 
the time of Congressional review of the budget, while 
preserving Congressional priorities and intent. In the absence 
of comity and respect for the prerogatives of Congress, the 
Committee may choose to restrict further or eliminate 
reprogramming authority. Under such circumstances, programs, 
projects and activities become more strictly defined and the 
executive branch loses its ability to propose changes in the 
use of appropriated funds.
    The Committee expects that each department and agency 
funded in this Act shall follow the directions set forth in 
this Act and the accompanying report, and shall not reallocate 
resources or reorganize activities except as provided herein. 
Reprogramming procedures shall apply to funds provided in this 
Act, unobligated balances from previous appropriations Acts 
that are available for obligation or expenditure in fiscal year 
2010, and non-appropriated resources such as fee collections 
that are used to meet program requirements in fiscal year 2010. 
In reiterating the Committee's reprogramming procedures here, 
which are codified as section 505 of this Act, the Committee 
expects that the Appropriations Subcommittees on the 
Departments of Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies 
of the House and Senate will be notified by letter a minimum of 
15 days prior to--
          (1) reprogramming of funds, whether permanent or 
        temporary, in excess of $500,000 or 10 percent, 
        whichever is less, between programs or activities. This 
        provision is also applicable in cases where several 
        activities are involved with each receiving less than 
        $500,000. In addition, the Committee is to be notified 
        of reprogramming actions which are less than these 
        amounts if such actions would have the effect of 
        committing the agency to significant funding 
        requirements in future years;
          (2) increasing funds or personnel by any means for 
        any project or activity for which funds have been 
        denied or restricted;
          (3) relocating offices or employees;
          (4) reorganizing offices, programs, or activities;
          (5) contracting out or privatizing any functions or 
        activities presently performed by Federal employees; or
          (6) proposing to use funds directed for a specific 
        activity by either the House or the Senate for a 
        different purpose.
    Furthermore, the reprogramming authorities do not allow the 
obligation of funds to create or initiate any new program, 
project or activity.
    Any reprogramming request shall include any out-year 
budgetary impacts and a separate accounting of program or 
mission impacts on estimated carryover funds. No changes shall 
be made to any program, project or activity, except as provided 
by the Committee, if it is to be construed to be a change in 
policy. Any program, project or activity cited in the reports 
of the House or Senate accompanying this Act or the conference 
agreement shall be construed as the position of the Committee 
and shall not be subject to reductions or reprogramming without 
prior approval of the Committee. The Committee further expects 
any department or agency funded in this Act which plans a 
reduction-in-force to notify by letter the Appropriations 
Committees of the House and Senate 30 days in advance of the 
date of any such planned personnel action.
    The Committee notes that when a department or agency 
submits a reprogramming or transfer request to the 
Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate and does not 
receive identical responses from the House and Senate, it shall 
be the responsibility of the department or agency seeking the 
reprogramming to reconcile the differences between the two 
bodies before proceeding. If reconciliation is not possible, 
the items in disagreement in the reprogramming or transfer 
request shall be considered unapproved.
    Lastly, the Committee directs the Departments of Commerce 
and Justice, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
and the National Science Foundation to submit spending plans, 
signed by the respective department or agency head, for the 
Committee's review within 120 days of enactment of this Act.

                           TITLE I--COMMERCE


                   International Trade Administration


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................      $429,870,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request\1\...........................       449,704,000
Recommended in the bill\1\............................       444,504,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +14,634,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -5,200,000


\1\Includes $9,439,000 in offsetting fee collections.

    The mission of the International Trade Administration is to 
create economic opportunity for U.S. workers and firms by 
promoting international trade, opening foreign markets, 
ensuring compliance with trade laws and agreements, and 
supporting U.S. commercial interests at home and abroad.
    The Committee recommendation includes $444,504,000 in total 
resources for the programs of the International Trade 
Administration (ITA) for fiscal year 2010, which is $14,634,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 level and provides for the agency's 
highest priorities.
    The Committee understands the difficulties of attempting to 
balance the positive and negative effects of a free trade 
agenda. The Committee is determined to ensure that the United 
States Government upholds its responsibility to enforce trade 
laws, particularly with China. If trading partners do not abide 
by the rules that are set in the global trading system, United 
States firms are unable to compete on a level playing field. 
The United States Government has an obligation to ensure that 
U.S. companies are not forced to compete with foreign companies 
that are engaged in unfair trading practices.
    The Committee continues to direct ITA to submit to the 
Committee, not later than 60 days after the enactment of this 
Act, a spending plan for all ITA units that incorporates any 
carryover balances from prior fiscal years and expects this 
plan to be updated to reflect the obligation of funds on a 
quarterly basis.
    Import Administration.--This program investigates 
antidumping and countervailing duty cases to ensure compliance 
with applicable U.S. statutes and administers certain other 
statutory programs relating to imports and foreign trade zones. 
The Committee urges the ITA to implement proactive trade 
enforcement activities, including textile safeguard actions 
with respect to China's World Trade Organization Accession 
Agreement, bilateral quotas on non-WTO members, and textile 
provision of the United States preferential programs and 
agreements.
    China Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duty Activities.--The 
Committee recommendation designates funding of no less than 
$7,000,000 for the Office of China Compliance, and no less than 
$4,400,000 for the China Countervailing Duty Group within 
Import Administration. The Office of China Compliance is 
dedicated to the enforcement of anti-dumping law with respect 
to China and other non-market economy countries. The Committee 
expects to be notified of any impediments to hiring or 
retaining the required staff expertise to conduct this work. 
The China Countervailing Duty Group was established in fiscal 
year 2009 to accommodate the workload that has resulted from 
the application of countervailing duty law to imports from non-
market economy countries. The Committee also encourages ITA to 
allocate additional resources above the request to the 
activities of both these offices.
    Market Access and Compliance (MAC).--The Committee 
continues to support the efforts of the ITA to enforce trade 
agreements aggressively. MAC develops strategies to overcome 
market access obstacles faced by U.S. businesses by monitoring 
foreign country compliance with multilateral and bilateral 
trade-related agreements and identifying compliance and other 
market access obstacles.
    Manufacturing and Services.--This program focuses on both 
the domestic and international aspects of U.S. industrial 
competitiveness by working with U.S. industries to evaluate the 
needs of the U.S. manufacturing and service sectors; conducting 
economic and regulatory analysis to strengthen U.S. industry; 
obtaining input and advice from U.S. industries for trade 
policy setting; and participating, as appropriate, with ITA 
trade policy and negotiation advancement initiatives.
    Executive Direction and Administration.--These programs 
provide policy leadership, information technology (IT) support 
and administration services for all of ITA. Executive Direction 
includes the Office of the Under Secretary for International 
Trade and subordinate offices covering Legislative and 
Intergovernmental Affairs, Public Affairs, and the Office of 
the Chief Information Officer.
    Trade promotion and the U.S. & Foreign Commercial 
Service.--The Commercial Service conducts trade promotion 
programs intended to broaden and deepen the base of U.S. 
exports, particularly of small and medium-sized firms; provides 
American companies with reliable advice on the range of public 
and private assistance available and knowledgeable support for 
all other Federal trade promotion services; offers export 
assistance through information, referral and follow-up services 
through its integrated global field network; ensures adequate 
support for compliance and leads interagency advocacy efforts 
for major overseas projects, including early involvement in 
project development and assistance to resolve post-export 
transaction problems.
    Travel expenditures.--The Committee expects the Department 
to submit quarterly reports to the Committee regarding ITA's 
travel expenditures, including separate breakouts of funding, 
number of trips and the purposes of travel to both China and 
India.
    Human rights training.--An understanding and appreciation 
of human rights issues and impacts is essential to the pursuit 
of international trade and commercial opportunities. The 
Committee continues to support ITA's efforts to ensure that 
American commercial officers and locally-engaged staff receive 
training on human rights. The Committee expects ITA to devote 
no less than $500,000 for such training to ensure that, when 
counseling U.S. businesses on market conditions with a 
particular country, employees include information on human 
rights, rule of law, and corporate responsibility. In addition, 
ITA shall report to the Committee sixty days after the 
enactment of this Act with an annual human rights training 
plan.
    Facilitating exports with the People's Republic of China.--
Not later than 45 days after the date of enactment of this Act, 
the Secretary of Commerce shall submit to the Committee on 
Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives a 
report on the status of the current program and the feasibility 
of providing additional assistance to small- and medium-sized 
businesses in the United States for purposes of facilitating 
exports of United States goods to the People's Republic of 
China (the PRC). The report shall incude, but is not limited to 
the Department's ability to provide small- and medium-sized 
businesses with: (1) assistance to find and utilize Federal and 
private resources to facilitate entering into the market of the 
PRC; (2) continuous direct and personal contact with businesses 
that have entered the market of the PRC; (3) assistance to 
resolve disputes with the Government of the United States or 
the PRC relating to intellectual property rights violations, 
export restrictions, and additional trade barriers; (4) the 
location and recruitment of businesses to enter the market of 
the PRC; (5) trade missions to the PRC; and (6) consolidation 
of fees charged by the Department for Gold Key matching 
services provided for businesses that export goods or services 
produced in the United States to more than one market in the 
PRC. The report shall include cost estimates for any additional 
services not currently provided, the effect of any fee 
reductions, and the number of additional personnel required.
    Within the appropriation, $3,715,000 is provided for the 
following activities:

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                    Bureau of Industry and Security


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $83,676,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       100,342,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       100,342,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +16,666,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) is 
to advance U.S. national security, foreign policy, and economic 
objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty 
compliance system and promoting continued U.S. strategic 
technology leadership.
    The Committee recommends $100,342,000 for BIS, which is 
$16,666,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the same as 
the budget request. Of the amount provided, $14,767,000 is for 
inspections and other activities related to national security. 
The recommendation includes $10,000,000 for the cyber espionage 
and system modernization initiative and $1,800,000 for the WMD 
and IED nonproliferation initiative.
    Management and Policy Coordination (MPC).--The Management 
and Policy Coordination program supports all Bureau performance 
goals. MPC develops, analyzes, and coordinates policy 
initiatives within BIS and on an interagency basis.
    Export Administration (EA).--The Export Administration 
carries out BIS programs related to export control regulations, 
export licenses, treaty compliance, treaty obligations relating 
to weapons of mass destruction, and the defense industrial and 
technology base to meet national security needs. EA regulates 
the export of dual-use items determined to require export 
licenses for reasons of national security, nonproliferation, 
foreign policy, or short supply; ensures that approval or 
denial of license applications is consistent with U.S. economic 
and security concerns; promotes an understanding of export 
control regulations within the business community; represents 
the Department in interagency and international fora relating 
to export controls, particularly multilateral regimes; monitors 
and seeks to ensure the availability of industrial resources 
for national defense under the authority of the Delegation of 
Procurement Authority; analyzes the impact of export controls 
on strategic industries; and assesses the security consequences 
for the United States of certain foreign investments.
    Export Enforcement (EE).--The Export Enforcement program 
detects and prevents the illegal export of controlled goods and 
technology. EE investigates and helps sanction violators of 
U.S. export control, anti-terrorist and public safety laws and 
regulations; educates the business community to help prevent 
violations; and administers the Export Administration Act (EAA) 
(which expired on August 19, 2001, but the provisions of which 
remain in force under the International Emergency Economic 
Powers Act (IEEPA), Executive Order 13222, as extended most 
recently by the Notice of August 3, 2006 (71 Fed. Reg. 44551 
(August 7, 2006)) provisions restricting participation in 
foreign boycotts.

                  Economic Development Administration





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $272,800,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       284,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       293,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +20,200,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +9,000,000


    The mission of the Economic Development Administration 
(EDA) is to lead the Federal economic development agenda by 
promoting innovation and competitiveness, preparing American 
regions for growth and success in the worldwide economy.
    The Committee recommendation includes $293,000,000 for the 
programs and administrative expenses of the EDA for fiscal year 
2010, which is $20,200,000 above fiscal year 2009, and 
$9,000,000 above the request. The total recommendation for EDA 
consists of the amounts appropriated in the following two 
accounts.

              ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................      $240,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       246,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       255,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +15,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +9,000,000


\1\Up to $4 million may be transferred to S&E for grants administration
  and management.

    Economic Development Assistance Programs promote regional 
economic development efforts that benefit distressed 
communities, especially distressed rural communities. The 
Committee recommendation includes $255,000,000 for the Economic 
Development Assistance programs, $15,000,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 level.
    Public Works.--The Committee provides $158,280,000 for 
Public Works, $110,480,000 above the request and $25,000,000 
above fiscal year 2009. The Committee believes that, given the 
current economic climate, these funds are critical to local 
communities and industries faced with increased economic 
pressures and dislocations in the rapidly changing global 
economy.
    Global Climate Change Mitigation Fund.--The Committee notes 
the increased construction costs associated with the 
incorporation of technologies and strategies that reduce energy 
consumption and harmful gas emissions and contribute to 
sustainability. Within the funds provided for Public Works, the 
Committee recommends no less than $25,000,000 for the Global 
Climate Change Mitigation Incentive Fund, $8,500,000 above the 
request and $10,300,000 above fiscal year 2009. The Committee 
emphasizes that to be successful in today's environment, 
economic development must address the effects of climate 
change, and directs EDA to expand the program beyond Leadership 
in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. This 
can include renewable energy; energy efficiency; reuse, 
restoration and recycling; green buildings; the development of 
green products; the greening of an existing function, process 
or activity; and the creation or renovation of a green 
building. The Committee directs EDA to provide a report within 
60 days of enactment of this Act, detailing the scope of the 
fund, the criteria for approval of fund expenditures, and the 
methodology EDA will employ when reviewing grants.
    Planning.--The Committee provides $31,000,000, the same as 
the request, and directs the agency to continue to allocate 
funding to the existing network of Economic Development 
Districts (EDDs), consistent with last year's direction. The 
continued support provides EDDs with the flexibility needed to 
engage local government, business, and community leadership in 
setting and pursuing strategic job creation and retention 
initiatives effectively.
    Technical Assistance.--The Committee provides an increase 
of $400,000 over fiscal year 2009, and directs EDA to compete 
two additional University Centers each year, with the goal of 
ensuring that each State has at least one Center. This will 
ensure that economically distressed communities are not further 
burdened by the lack of representation and the need to share 
and stretch resources.
    Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA).--While the Committee 
supports this program and the recently enacted authorization, 
EDA must undertake efforts to improve overall organization, 
implementation and evaluation of its program before significant 
new investments can be recommended by the Committee. In 2007, 
the Congressional Research Service reported that 61 percent of 
program funds were spent on administration and TAA center 
(TAAC) operations, not on the projects for which firms applied 
for assistance. The report states that EDA is unable to monitor 
and evaluate the performance of either firms assisted or the 
TAACs, resulting in limited evidence to determine program 
successes. The Committee therefore directs EDA to institute 
such an evaluative process and provide quarterly reports on the 
number of firms assisted, how that assistance is quantified, 
and the value each TAAC adds to the process.
    Economic adjustment assistance.--Within funding provided, 
the Committee supports the efficiency gains of regional 
innovation clusters for applicants and the agency. The 
Committee directs EDA to provide quarterly reports on progress 
and funding awards, and expects proven performance to continue 
the initiative. Funds are not included for the proposed 
business incubator initiative as these activities are 
duplicative of programs administered by the Small Business 
Administration.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $32,800,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        38,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        38,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +5,200,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The administration of EDA's Economic Development Assistance 
Programs is carried out through a network of headquarters and 
regional offices. These activities include pre-application 
assistance and development, application processing, and project 
monitoring as well as general support functions such as 
economic development research, technical assistance, 
information dissemination, legal and environmental compliance, 
financial management, budgeting and debt management. The 
appropriation provides for the staffing levels as proposed in 
the budget request.

                  Minority Business Development Agency


                     MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $29,825,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        31,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        31,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,175,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the Minority Business Development Agency 
(MBDA) is to achieve entrepreneurial parity for Minority 
Business Enterprises (MBEs) by promoting their ability to grow 
and to compete in the global economy. MBDA helps minority-owned 
businesses obtain access to public and private debt and equity 
financing, market opportunities, and management and business 
information to increase business growth in the minority 
business community.
    The Committee recommendation includes $31,000,000 for the 
MBDA for fiscal year 2010. The recommendation is the same as 
the request and $1,175,000 above fiscal year 2009. Within the 
appropriation, the Committee provides not less than $200,000 
for the Office of Native American Business Development. The 
Committee expects the office to utilize the assistance of the 
Native American Business Enterprise Centers to help fulfill its 
obligations to expand business development, trade promotion and 
tourism opportunities for Indian tribes and other Native 
American entities. Within the appropriation, $900,000 is 
provided for the following activities, and the agency is 
directed to work with the recipients to ensure that projects 
meet the agency's mission:

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                Economics and Statistics Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $90,621,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       105,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        97,255,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +6,634,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -7,745,000


    The mission of the Economics and Statistics Administration 
(ESA) is to provide leadership and critical oversight of the 
Census Bureau and Bureau of Economic Analysis. The mission of 
the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) is to promote the 
understanding of the U.S. economy by providing timely, 
relevant, and accurate economic accounts data. These statistics 
are key ingredients in decisions affecting interest and 
exchange rates, tax and budget projections, business investment 
plans, and the allocation of federal funds, including programs 
such as Medicaid and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families 
(TANF) among others. BEA prepares national, regional, industry 
and international accounts that present essential information 
on such issues as economic growth, regional economic 
development, inter-industry relationships and the Nation's 
position in the world economy.
    The Committee recommendation provides $97,255,000 for the 
ESA, which is $6,634,000 above fiscal year 2009. This level 
provides funding for two new initiatives, including $1,500,000 
to develop new estimation models for financial services 
statistics in order to more accurately reflect the critical 
changes that are occurring in the financial sector of the U.S. 
economy; and $2,000,000 to improve, accelerate, and expand 
county-level economic statistics.

                          Bureau of the Census





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $3,139,850,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     7,374,731,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     7,374,731,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................    +4,234,881,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the Bureau of the Census (Census) is to 
serve as the leading source of quality data about the Nation's 
people and economy. To accomplish this mission, Census measures 
those trends and segments of our population and economy most 
critical to continued American success and prosperity. The 
Committee recommendation includes a total operating level of 
$7,374,731,000 for the Bureau of the Census, which is 
$4,234,881,000 above fiscal year 2009, excluding the 
$1,000,000,000 provided in the fiscal year 2009 American 
Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $233,588,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       259,024,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       259,024,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +25,436,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This appropriation provides for the collection, 
compilation, and publication of a broad range of current 
economic, demographic, and social statistics, to include 
current economic, general economic, foreign trade, and current 
demographic statistics, and survey development and data 
services. The Committee recommendation includes $259,024,000 
for the salaries and expenses of the Bureau of the Census for 
fiscal year 2010, which is the same as the request and 
$25,436,000 above fiscal year 2009.
    Current economic statistics.--The business statistics 
program provides current information on sales and related 
measures of retail and wholesale trade and selected service 
industries. Construction statistics are provided on significant 
construction activity, while manufacturing statistics survey 
key industrial commodities and manufacturing activities, 
providing current statistics on the quantity and value of 
industrial output. Within this subactivity, an increase of 
$11,661,000 allows for the expansion of an existing pilot 
program into Longitudinal Employer Dynamics (LED), to provide 
comprehensive and timely national, state, and local information 
on worker job flows and businesses.
    Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP).--The 
Committee provides $50,279,000, the same as the request and an 
increase of $4,579,000 over fiscal year 2009. Funds provided 
will ensure a full sample size and allow for improvements to 
the SIPP system by fiscal year 2012, including updating 
computer programming; improving survey content; investigating, 
testing, and as appropriate, implementing an Event History 
Calendar; and security enhancements to laptops used in the 
field.

                     PERIODIC CENSUSES AND PROGRAMS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $2,906,262,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     7,115,707,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     7,115,707,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................    +4,209,445,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Committee recommendation includes a total of 
$7,115,707,000 for all periodic censuses and related programs 
in fiscal year 2010, which is $4,209,445,000 above fiscal year 
2009 and the same as the request.
    2010 Decennial Census Program.--The subactivity consists of 
three highly integrated components: the American Community 
Survey (ACS), which collects detailed characteristics, which 
used to be collected on the decennial long form, every year 
throughout the decade; the Master Address File/Topographically 
Integrated Geographic Encoding and Referencing (MAF/TIGER) 
Enhancement Program (MTEP), which realigns the TIGER map to 
take advantage of global positioning system capabilities, 
modernizes the processing system, and expands geographic 
partnerships; and the 2010 Census. Fiscal year 2010 is 
dedicated to final preparations and completing the 2010 Census 
enumeration.
    Field Data Collection Automation (FDCA) Contract Replan.--
The replan of the FDCA contract resulted in a significant 
overall increase in the life cycle cost of the Decennial 
Census, now estimated at $14.7 billion. The Committee directs 
the Census Bureau to provide monthly status reports and 
obligation rates on this contract and other large contracts 
related to the 2010 Decennial, and include the status of known 
risks to the success of the Decennial.
    Communications.--A recent Joint Advisory Advertising Review 
Panel (JAARP) characterized the decennial ad campaign as 
``obsolete.'' Among its findings, the panel noted the ad 
campaign lacked integration and coordination; failed to 
emphasize the security of the data provided in response to the 
decennial questionnaire; did not identify the consequences of 
failing to fill out the survey; and lacked diversity among 
focus groups providing feedback on the campaign materials. 
Census is, therefore, directed to work closely with the 
communications provider to ensure that the decennial's outreach 
activities are targeted to ensure high rates of survey 
responses in all communities, particularly within hard-to-reach 
communities.
    Paid media.--The Committee directs the Census Bureau to 
allocate sufficient funding to support robust paid media 
efforts in preparation for the 2010 Decennial Census, with 
specific focus on hard-to-reach populations, and to ensure that 
these efforts surpass the effectiveness of such efforts in 
2000. The Committee takes note of testimony by the Census 
Bureau that increasing the mail-back response rate through 
promotional efforts such as paid media--in combination with 
partnership efforts--results in substantial savings in the non-
response follow-up enumeration.
    Partnership.--The Committee urges the Census Bureau to 
ensure it hires a diverse pool of employees, particularly for 
partnership specialist and enumerator positions for the 2010 
Decennial. These indigenous workers bring language skills and 
neighborhood and cultural knowledge to bear on the task, and 
are thus more likely to be accepted by communities during 
outreach and non-response follow-up, resulting in a more 
accurate count. The Census Bureau is also encouraged to strive 
to maintain a more diverse, full-time workforce, including at 
the senior management level.
    Other languages.--The Committee is concerned that the 
Census Bureau has not adequately planned for assistance in 
languages other than Spanish for the 2010 Census and the ACS, 
which may result in an inaccurate count of limited English 
proficient and immigrant communities. The Census Bureau should 
provide the Committee with updates on a semi-annual basis on 
its language assistance program, including information on how 
it will reach and assist respondents who speak Asian, American 
Indian and Alaska Native languages, Spanish, and other 
languages spoken by ethnic immigrants in the United States for 
the ACS and the 2010 Census.
    Data on small population groups.--The Committee is 
concerned about the availability of data on small population 
groups, especially Asian, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, and other 
national origins subgroups, from the American Community Survey 
and Decennial census. In many ethnic and immigrant communities, 
gathering accurate information about smaller subgroups is 
extremely important for policymakers, as the needs among the 
various populations vary significantly. The Committee urges the 
Census Bureau to ensure that reliable information about these 
subgroups, especially numerically smaller groups, is collected 
and published, and directs the Bureau to report back within 90 
days of enactment of this Act describing the steps it will take 
to ensure the availability and accuracy of these data.
    Offshore U.S. jurisdictions.--The Committee urges the 
Census Bureau to consider new options for reporting aggregate 
data reflecting all citizens of the United States, including 
Puerto Rico and other offshore jurisdictions.
    Additional outreach.--The Committee directs the Bureau to 
ensure full funding of Census in Schools and adult education 
materials. The Committee notes that Census in Schools provides 
significant outreach to hard-to-reach populations through the 
medium of take-home materials that educate school children and 
their parents and extended families. Similar results are 
obtained by providing adult education materials that also reach 
neighbors and friends in these communities.
    Non-decennial programs.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $214,581,000 for non-decennial periodic census 
programs, the same as the request, and $8,119,000 below fiscal 
year 2009. Funds are distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]

Other Periodic Programs:
    Economic Censuses...................................    $111,678,000
    Census of Governments...............................       8,253,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
        Subtotal, Other Periodic Programs...............     119,931,000
Demographic Statistics Programs:
    Intercensal Demographic Estimates...................     $10,357,000
    Demographic Survey..................................      11,493,000
    Geographic Support..................................      41,681,000
    Data Processing Systems.............................      31,119,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
        Subtotal, Demographic Programs..................      94,650,000
            Total, Non-Decennial Programs...............    $214,581,000

    Economic Census.--Conducted every five years, the economic 
census is integral to the Bureau of Economic Analysis' 
estimates of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP), and is the 
foundation of the Nation's economic statistics programs. Fiscal 
year 2010 is the sixth year of the six-year 2007 Economic 
Census cycle, and the first year of the 2012 Economic Census 
cycle, and funding reflects a planned reduction of $5,200,000.
    Census of Governments.--The Census of Governments is also 
integral to the BEA's estimates of GDP. It is the only source 
of comprehensive and uniformly classified data on the economic 
activities of more than 90,000 State and local governments, 
which account for about 12 percent of GDP and nearly 16 percent 
of the U.S. workforce. Fiscal year 2010 is the first year in 
the five-year cycle of the 2012 Census of Governments and 
funding provided reflects a planned decrease of $702,000.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $19,218,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        19,999,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        19,999,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +781,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The National Telecommunications and Information 
Administration (NTIA) serves as the Administration's principle 
adviser on telecommunications and information policy matters 
and develops forward-looking spectrum policies that ensure 
efficient and effective spectrum access and use. NTIA manages 
all spectrum use by Federal government departments and agencies 
and examines how the radio frequency spectrum is used and 
managed in the United States. NTIA advocates for policies and 
conducts technical research that supports delivery of the 
latest telecommunications technology and services to all 
Americans. The Committee recommendation includes $19,999,000 
for the salaries and expenses of the NTIA, which is the same as 
the request and $781,000 above fiscal year 2009.
    Domestic and international policies.--NTIA develops and 
advocates policies to improve and expand domestic 
telecommunications services and markets. NTIA provides advice 
to White House officials, coordinates with other Executive 
Branch agencies, and participates in relevant Congressional 
actions and interagency and Federal Communications Commission 
(FCC) proceedings on a host of issues. NTIA advocates the 
advancement of U.S. priorities in international 
telecommunications policy and regulatory areas.
    Spectrum management.--NTIA manages the Federal Government's 
use of the radio frequency spectrum, both domestically and 
internationally.
    Telecommunication sciences research.--NTIA develops 
improved spectrum measurement techniques to address the 
increasing use of broadband technologies, including digital 
signals, spread-spectrum, and frequency agile systems.
    Digital Television Transition And Public Safety Fund.--The 
Digital Television Transition and Public Safety Fund, created 
by the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, as amended, received 
offsetting receipts from the auction of electromagnetic 
spectrum recovered from discontinued analog television signals 
and provides funding for several one-time programs from these 
receipts. The amended Act also provided borrowing authority to 
the Department of Commerce to commence specified programs prior 
to the availability of auction receipts. Amounts borrowed from 
the Treasury have been repaid using earned revenues from the 
auction. At the end of fiscal year 2009, NTIA will deposit in 
the General Fund $7,363,000,000 of the earned revenues 
(receipts) for deficit reduction purposes, as required by law. 
Additional deposits of revenues to the General Fund, estimated 
to be $8,688,000,000, will be initiated as program activities 
are completed. During fiscal year 2010, the following programs 
are authorized to use receipts from the fund:

          
 Digital-to-Analog Converter Box Voucher 
        Program;
          
 Public Safety Interoperable Communications 
        Grants;
          
 Assistance to Low-Power Television Stations; 
        and
          
 National and Remote Alert Programs.

    PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $20,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................  ................
Recommended in the bill...............................        20,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +20,000,000


    The Public Telecommunications Facilities, Planning, and 
Construction (PTFPC) program awards competitive grants that 
help public broadcasting stations, State and local governments, 
Indian tribes and nonprofit organizations construct facilities 
to bring educational and cultural programming to the American 
public using broadcasting and non-broadcasting 
telecommunications technologies.
    The Committee recommendation includes $20,000,000 for 
PTFPC, which is $20,000,000 more than the request, and the same 
level as provided in fiscal year 2009. The budget request 
proposed to eliminate the PTFPC program in fiscal year 2010, 
citing funding available through the Corporation for Public 
Broadcasting (CPB). However, it is not clear that CPB and PTFPC 
are authorized to fund the same types of projects. PTFPC has 
been the primary source for telecommunications infrastructure 
assistance for public radio and television stations seeking 
assistance, particularly in under-served rural areas. The 
Committee therefore directs that NTIA work with CPB to provide 
a report to the Appropriations Committees of the House and 
Senate within 30 days of enactment of this Act, that clarifies 
the funding authority of the two agencies. This report will 
ensure that any proposed changes in account structures that may 
be sought in subsequent budget requests will result in 
efficiencies, not the elimination of a critical program.

               United States Patent and Trademark Office


                        CURRENT YEAR FEE FUNDING




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $2,010,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,930,361,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,930,361,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -79,739,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is 
charged with administering the patent and trademark laws of the 
United States. USPTO examines patent applications, grants 
patent protection for qualified inventions, and disseminates 
technological information disclosed in patents. The USPTO also 
examines trademark applications and provides federal 
registration to owners of qualified trademarks. The USPTO 
advises the Office of the United States Trade Representative on 
enforcement issues in connection with free trade agreements and 
participates in consultations with numerous foreign governments 
on a broad range of issues related to the enforcement of 
intellectual property rights. The Committee recommendation 
includes $1,930,361,000 for the PTO for fiscal year 2010, which 
is the same as the request.
    Provision of fee collection projections.--The Committee 
directs the UPSTO to provide quarterly reports on its projected 
fee collection projections and to notify the Committee during 
any month when significant changes in such projections prompt 
serious concern or require drastic budgetary responses.
    Backlog of patent applications.--Despite the projected 
decline in patent applications, the backlog of unexamined 
patent applications at the USPTO remains extraordinarily high. 
The increasing backload is largely a consequence of a 
globalized economy in which applicants are filing in more than 
one jurisdiction. This means that the USPTO and other national 
patent offices are duplicating one another's work. The USPTO 
has recognized the relationship between rising workload and 
duplication of national examinations. However, the USPTO's 
efforts have proceeded very slowly and have not yet resulted in 
significant relief for the USPTO.
    The Government Accountability Office has found that the 
hiring of additional patent examiners has not been sufficient 
to reverse this trend and the recent and projected decrease in 
fee collections-- 12.4 percent lower than the forecast for the 
fiscal year 2009 budget--makes it clear that the USPTO will not 
be able to rely on additional hiring as a method to reduce 
pendency. While a projected decline in patent applications may 
help to reduce the backlog, the most effective, long-term means 
of reducing the pendency of patent applications is for the 
leading patent offices to make more effective use of one 
another's work. The Committee directs the USPTO to enhance its 
efforts to reduce duplication of work already performed by 
another patent office in a manner that does not compromise the 
quality of the examination or compromise the sovereignty of the 
United States, such as the Patent Prosecution Highway, the 
Trilateral Strategic Working Group, and technical cooperative 
agreements with intellectual property offices in other 
countries. The Committee directs USPTO to provide a report to 
the Committee on its progress within 30 days of enactment of 
this Act.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology


                         (INCLUDING TRANSFERS)

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 
promotes U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by 
advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in 
ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of 
life.
    The Committee recommendation includes $781,100,000 for NIST 
for fiscal year 2010.

             SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $472,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       534,600,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       510,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +38,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -24,600,000


    To carry out its mission, NIST has an intramural research 
program made up of laboratories and technical programs and 
national research facilities. The laboratories and technical 
programs develop and disseminate measurement techniques, 
reference data and materials, test methods, standards, and 
other infrastructural technologies and services required by 
U.S. industry. National research facilities include the NIST 
Center for Neutron Research and the Center for Nanoscale 
Science and Technology. NIST also manages the Baldridge 
National Quality Program, which promotes U.S. competitiveness 
in business, health care, education, and non-profit 
organizations through performance excellence criteria and other 
information transfer, and management of the Malcolm Baldridge 
National Quality Award.
    The Committee recommendation includes $510,000,000 for 
NIST's scientific and technical core programs, which is 
$38,000,000 above fiscal year 2009, an increase of 8 percent. 
Within available resources, the Committee supports the full 
funding of the comprehensive national cyber security increase.
    The Committee approves NIST's new budget structure 
consolidating all the functions of its laboratory research 
program under one budget activity but the Committee will regard 
any deviation from amounts specified in spend plans or reports 
for particular labs and technical programs, or the use of 
deobligated funds, to be subject to reprogramming procedures.

                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $175,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       194,600,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       194,600,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +19,600,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This appropriation provides funding for the Manufacturing 
Extension Partnerships (MEP) program and the Technology 
Innovation Program (TIP). The Committee recommendation includes 
$194,600,000, which is $19,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the same as the request. Of this amount, 
$124,700,000 is provided for the Manufacturing Extension 
Partnerships (MEP) and $69,900,000 is provided for the 
Technology Innovation Program (TIP). In the current economic 
climate, these programs are critically important to ensure the 
competitiveness of U.S. businesses.
    MEP consists of a network of centers that provide business 
support and technical assistance services, and helps improve 
the productivity and competitiveness of small manufacturers. 
The centers are funded from matching Federal and State or local 
resources and fees charged for services. MEP leverages private 
resources in the creation and retention of jobs, thereby 
increasing economic output as well as Federal revenues.
    TIP was established in section 3012 of the Competes Act and 
speeds the development of high-risk, transformative research 
targeted to address key societal challenges. Funding is 
provided to small and medium-sized businesses, and institutions 
of higher education or other organizations, such as national 
laboratories and nonprofit research institutions to support, 
promote, and accelerate innovation in the U.S.

                  CONSTRUCTION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $172,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       116,900,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        76,500,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -95,500,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -40,400,000


    This appropriation supports the construction of new 
facilities and the renovation and maintenance of NIST's current 
buildings and laboratories to comply with scientific and 
engineering requirements and to keep pace with Federal, State, 
and local health and safety regulations. The Committee 
recommendation includes $76,500,000, of which $8,000,000 shall 
be available for the final year of the Neutron Center Expansion 
and Reliability Improvements, and $20,000,000 shall be 
available for a competitive grant competition. The Committee 
does not provide funding to begin two new multi-year 
construction projects, given budget constraints.
    Competitive construction grants.--Within the appropriation, 
the Committee provides $20,000,000 for competitive construction 
grants for research science buildings in fiscal year 2010. The 
Committee notes that in just the first year of the program, the 
fiscal year 2008 call for proposals yielded 93 requests, of 
which only three were funded within available appropriations. 
The Committee expects the Administration to include funding for 
this program in future requests as these research science 
buildings leverage additional public and private funding, 
provide jobs, and improve science research in the Nation.

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

    The mission of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration (NOAA) is to understand and predict changes in 
Earth's environment and conserve and manage coastal and marine 
resources to meet our Nation's economic, social and 
environmental needs. NOAA supplies information on the oceans 
and atmosphere, provides stewardship of our coastal and marine 
environment, and leads scientific research in such fields as 
ecosystems, climate, global climate change, weather and 
oceanography.
    The Committee recommendation includes a total of 
$4,602,941,000 in discretionary appropriations for NOAA, which 
is $129,125,000 above the request, and $237,745,000 above 
fiscal year 2009.

                  OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................    $3,045,549,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request\1\\2\........................     3,087,537,000
Recommended in the bill\1\............................     3,198,793,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +153,244,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................      +111,256,000


\1\Excludes $3,000,000 in discretionary transfer from the Coastal Zone
  Management Fund.
\2\The budget request proposes to transfer $50,000,000 from species
  recovery grants within the National Marine Fisheries Service to fund
  activities within the Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund.

    The Committee recommendation includes a total program level 
of $3,317,393,000 under this account for the coastal, 
fisheries, marine, weather, satellite and other programs of the 
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. This total 
funding level includes $3,198,793,000 in direct appropriations; 
a transfer of $104,600,000 from balances in the ``Promote and 
Develop Fishery Products and Research Pertaining to American 
Fisheries'' account; a transfer of $3,000,000 from the Coastal 
Zone Management Fund; and $11,000,000 is derived from 
recoveries of prior year obligations. The direct appropriation 
of $3,198,793,000 is $111,256,000 above the request and 
$153,244,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level, and includes 
$37,500,000 for congressionally directed activities.
    The following narrative descriptions and tables identify 
the specific activities and funding levels included in this 
Act:
    National Ocean Service (NOS).--The recommendation provides 
$481,981,000 for NOS operations, research and facilities, which 
is $19,310,000 above the request.
    Navigation Services.--The Committee provides $48,081,000 
for mapping and charting of which, $750,000 is provided for the 
development and demonstration of unmanned surface vehicles for 
hydrographic survey operations, and $30,000,000 to address 
survey backlogs.
    Ocean Assessment Program.--The recommendation provides 
$20,000,000 for the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) 
regional observations, which is $5,000,000 above the request, 
and provides the requested level of $6,555,000 for NOAA IOOS. 
Given the effect of climate change on coral reefs worldwide, 
the recommendation provides $29,000,000 for the Coral Reef 
Program, which includes $2,273,000 in competitive funding above 
the request. The Committee recognizes the broad value of the 
consortium of sensor testbeds and the vital services these 
efforts provide to NOAA and other federal agencies. The agency 
is directed to report to the Committee within 30 days of 
enactment of this Act on the feasibility of establishing a 
cooperative institute for the purpose of advancing and 
sustaining this essential capability and including it in future 
requests.
    Response and restoration.--The recommendation includes 
$26,134,000 for Response and Restoration, which is $1,812,000 
above the request, and which provides $3,000,000 for Estuary 
Restoration and $9,300,000 for Damage Assessment and 
Restoration.
    Ocean and Coastal Management.--The recommendation includes 
$49,946,000 for the Marine Sanctuary Program, an increase of 
$4,997,000. Within the increase, the recommendation provides 
$2,500,000 for purchase and installation of an integrated 
vessel electronics bridge system. The Committee directs NOAA to 
use a portion of the increases provided for Coastal Zone 
Management grants for efforts to modernize and improve State 
information systems to assess, track and manage permitting and 
land-use tracking procedures. An increase of $1,174,000 above 
the request is provided for the National Estuarine Research 
Reserve System operations.
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    National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS).--The 
recommendation provides $915,865,000 for NMFS operations, 
research and facilities, which is $25,223,000 above the 
request.
    Protected Species Research and Management.--The 
recommendation includes $65,987,000 for an expanded species 
recovery grants program, which is $5,000,000 above the request. 
The Committee concurs with the need for increased funding for 
endangered, threatened, and at-risk marine and anadromous 
species. The Committee supports the proposed recovery grants 
program to focus on conservation and recovery of all marine and 
anadromous species. Similar to the request, the recommendation 
provides $50,000,000 within the species recovery grant program 
for salmon projects.
    The Committee encourages NMFS to provide $7,100,000 from 
all appropriated funding sources for the Hawaiian Monk Seal, as 
it is one of the world's most endangered marine species.
    The Committee encourages NOAA to demonstrate and utilize 
biological pattern recognition technology where appropriate for 
tagging fish or threatened or endangered animal species.
    Fisheries Research and Management.--The recommendation 
provides $423,967,000 for Protected Species Research and 
Management which is $2,500,000 above the request. Within this 
amount, $190,133,000 is recommended for Fisheries research and 
management programs. The recommendation does not include 
$7,500,000 for CAMEO and assessments that are not Magnuson-
Stevens Reauthorization Act requirements. An increase of 
$10,000,000 above the request is provided within Salmon 
management activities to begin implementation of reforms 
developed by the Hatchery Scientific Review Group to operate 
these facilities in a manner more conducive to salmon recovery.
    Magnuson-Stevens Reauthorization Act (MSRA).--The Committee 
recommendation includes the requested $56,500,000 increase for 
MSRA requirements. These funds are necessary to halt the 
downward spiral of fisheries collapses and the need for 
subsequent disaster funding to support those industries which 
depend on fisheries. The Committee recognizes the need to 
ensure sustainable fisheries that are more profitable and more 
efficient for the communities that depend on them 
economically--and to ensure the Nation can rely on these 
resources in perpetuity. Of this funding, $18,600,000 is 
designated to implement a sector-based management approach for 
New England and the transition to catch shares, a new tool that 
provides flexibility for fishermen while maintaining 
sustainability. Increased funding supports the cost of expanded 
stock assessments required and is also provided for Regional 
Councils that make recommendations on annual catch limits 
(ACLs) to NMFS based on those assessments.
    Cooperative research provides a means for commercial and 
recreational fishermen to become involved in the collection of 
fundamental fisheries information; $4,800,000 will continue 
development of a State-Federal national registry program for 
marine recreational fishing participants, and expand commercial 
fisheries' biological sampling programs and electronic 
reporting of commercial fisheries' landings.
    Economic and social science research.--The requested 
increase of $3,357,000 is provided to address significant 
economic and social science research data gaps in major Federal 
fisheries that are crucial to developing support tools to 
conduct MSRA-mandated cost-benefit analyses of regulatory 
options, such as ACLs and Limited Access Privilege Programs 
(LAPPs). These resources will allow the affected regions to 
provide input and engage in solutions in their own sectors, and 
to forge new relationships between the regions and NMFS.
    Enforcement and observers/training.--The funding provided 
will increase NMFS' capacity to monitor compliance with annual 
catch limits, increase investigations of violations, and 
encourage voluntary compliance. Observer coverage will be 
expanded in three fisheries, including the multi-species 
fishery in New England and the Gulf of Mexico Reef Fish 
Observer Program, and pilot programs will begin in three other 
fisheries. In addition, systems will be developed to monitor 
landings and discards; track allocations, balances and 
transfers; and ensure the long-term sustainability and 
profitability of the fisheries.
    Habitat Conservation and Restoration.--The recommendation 
provides a total of $57,343,000 for Habitat Conservation and 
Restoration. Within this amount, $34,967,000 is provided for 
Fisheries Habitat Restoration.
    Other activities.--The Committee recognizes the importance 
of ongoing surfclam and ocean quahog surveys to sustainable 
fisheries management and encourages NOAA to work closely with 
stakeholders on this matter.
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    Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR).--The recommendation 
includes $426,675,000 for OAR operations, research and 
facilities, which is $32,470,000 above the request. The 
Committee supports NOAA's efforts toward the creation of a 
National Climate Service and directs the agency to accelerate 
its current efforts with the additional funding provided in OAR 
and elsewhere within the bill.
    The recommendation provides $229,040,000 for Climate 
Research, which is $19,200,000 above the request. Within that 
amount, $5,000,000 is provided to fund a research grant 
competition relating to understanding and forecasting climate. 
The competition is to be open to all researchers at colleges, 
universities, corporations, other private sector entities, and 
NOAA and other government agency laboratories, and may cover 
field and laboratory measurements, modeling, data analysis, and 
data assimilation. Following a process similar to that employed 
by the National Science Foundation, proposal selection shall be 
based on research manager judgments of science priorities and 
peer reviews. Within the recommendation, the Committee provides 
$12,000,000 for regional climate assessments through OAR's 
Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessment program, and 
directs NOAA to expand the program to cover additional regions. 
The recommendation also includes $2,200,000 to continue 
chemical climate research important to climate modeling and 
atmospheric science research.
    Weather and Air Quality research.--The recommendation 
includes $650,000 above the request for instrumentation and 
operation of state of the art monitoring of nutrients and 
mercury speciation measurement stations and laboratories.
    Ocean, Coastal and Great Lakes research.--The 
recommendation provides $59,085,000 for the Sea Grant program, 
which is $4,000,000 above the request. The Committee encourages 
NOAA to conduct long-term ice cover and water level outlooks 
for the Great Lakes to report on the impact of climate change 
on the habitats, fish and wildlife, commerce, recreational 
opportunities and water supply of the Great Lakes.
    The Committee is aware that ocean fertilization for the 
purpose of drawing carbon into the oceans has the potential to 
be used for climate change mitigation in the future, but that 
further research is needed. Within the funds provided for 
oceanic research, the Committee encourages NOAA to support 
research into carbon sinks through ocean fertilization.
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    National Weather Service (NWS).--The recommendation 
provides $857,218,000 for National Weather Service operations, 
research and facilities. This includes an increase of 
$15,966,000 for Local Warnings and Forecasts base above the 
fiscal year 2009 level and provides $11,000,000 for the Center 
for Weather and Climate Prediction operations, as requested.
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    National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information 
Service (NESDIS).--The recommendation provides $199,504,000 for 
NESDIS operations, research and facilities, which is 
$27,767,000 above the request. The recommendation for NOAA's 
Data Centers and Information Services is $71,056,000, which is 
$23,917,000 above the request, and includes $7,000,000 above 
the request for climate data records (CDRs) and additional 
environmental data archiving, access and assessment activities. 
The recommendation also provides a total of $3,850,000 for 
Regional Climate Centers.
    The Committee directs NOAA, together with NASA which is 
similarly directed, to continue co-funding joint studies within 
available funds that should lead to a fiscal year 2011 request 
to build and fly an operational scatterometer providing sea 
surface vector wind measurements. NOAA should aggressively 
pursue negotiations to secure a flight opportunity for this 
instrument that is both reliable and timely.
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    Program Support.--The recommendation provides $436,020,000, 
which is $16,360,000 above the request for Program Support.
    Corporate Services.--The recommendation provides 
$228,549,000 for Corporate Services and includes requested 
funding to support acquisition and grants services for NOAA. 
The agency is directed to strengthen grants and contract 
oversight. The Committee acknowledges the requested increase in 
facilities funding and continues to direct NOAA to meet the 
out-year funding profile necessary to reverse the growing 
backlog of restoration projects, as well as the backlog of 
maintenance and minor repair projects.
    NOAA Education Program.--The NOAA Education program 
recommendation includes $31,323,000 to ensure a robust program. 
NOAA education is particularly powerful in grades K-12 and the 
Committee received testimony that children need to be reached 
by the age of ten if they are to consider technical and 
scientific occupations. The Committee thus provides an increase 
of $7,000,000 above the request for competitive educational 
grants, to ensure that at least 15 percent of applications are 
successful. In addition, $3,000,000 is provided for the GLOBE 
Program. NOAA is instructed to work with NASA, which is 
similarly directed, during fiscal year 2010 to transition 
program responsibility for GLOBE from NASA to NOAA. The 
Committee expects the budget request for fiscal year 2011 to 
include full funding for GLOBE as a NOAA education program.
    Justification improvement.--The Committee directs NOAA to 
work with the Committee to reformat the justification into a 
more useable and user-friendly document, starting with the 
fiscal year 2011 submission. While the Committee understands 
the pressures of the past year in producing its budget, the 
Committee notes the lack of justification for base program 
requests and other cross-cutting information. The Department is 
similarly directed.
    Research and Development (R&D) tracking and outcomes.--The 
Committee continues its direction that NOAA track the division 
of R&D funds between intramural and extramural research, and 
assure consistency and clarity in the collection and reporting 
of data. In addition, NOAA is directed to clearly state its 
expected research outcomes and available funding in order to 
provide transparency into the competitive grant process for 
extramural researchers. The Committee further directs NOAA to 
increase extramural research funding in future requests to 
build broad community support and leverage external funding for 
mission-oriented research.
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               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,243,647,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,391,279,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,409,148,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +165,501,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +17,869,000


    This account funds capital acquisition, construction, and 
fleet and aircraft replacement projects that support NOAA's 
operational mission across all line offices. Capital 
acquisition projects include satellite procurements and surface 
weather observation equipment for NOAA's weather and climate 
programs. Construction projects include new buildings or major 
modification of existing facilities. Fleet and aircraft 
replacement includes acquisition of new and upgrades to 
existing aircraft and vessels.
    The Committee recommendation includes a total program level 
of $1,411,148,000 in direct obligations under this heading, of 
which $1,409,148,000 is appropriated from the general fund and 
$2,000,000 is derived from recoveries of prior year 
obligations. The direct appropriation of $1,409,148,000 for the 
Procurement, Acquisition and Construction (PAC) account is 
$17,869,000 above the request and $165,501,000 above fiscal 
year 2009.
    The bill includes language making any deviation from 
amounts designated for specific activities in this report, or 
any use of deobligated balances of funds provided under this 
heading in previous years shall be subject to the reprogramming 
procedures set forth in section 505.
    National Ocean Service (NOS).--The recommendation includes 
$41,385,000 for NOS acquisition and construction. This includes 
$6,500,000 above the request for the Coastal and Estuarine Land 
Conservation (CELCP) program. As a result of the Omnibus Public 
Lands Act, no less than 15 percent of CELCP funds shall be 
available for acquisitions benefitting National Estuarine 
Research Reserves (NERRS). The recommendation funds the NERRS 
Acquisition and Construction account at the request of 
$3,890,000, which provides a total of $7,115,000 for NERRS, an 
increase of $72,000 above fiscal year 2009, and provides 
$3,275,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level for non-NERRS CELCP 
projects, for a total of $18,275,000. The recommendation also 
provides $15,995,000 for the Marine Sanctuaries Construction 
and Acquisition programs, $10,500,000 above the request.
    Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR).--The recommendation 
includes $10,379,000 for OAR systems acquisition, the same as 
the request.
    National Weather Service (NWS).--The recommendation 
includes $88,527,000 for NWS acquisition and construction.
    National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information 
Service (NESDIS).--The recommendation includes $1,268,857,000 
for NESDIS acquisition and construction. Of the $12,000,000 
increase, $2,000,000 is in support of the National Climate 
Service. This provides full funding for GOES-R and NPOESS. The 
Committee remains concerned about the impact of the GOES-R out-
year costs on NOAA's traditional mission areas. However, the 
Committee is particularly concerned with NPOESS' management 
structure and projected life-cycle cost growth of $1 to $2 
billion dollars, as well as additional schedule slips. The 
Committee notes that this situation has been developing for 
some time and is the result of a dysfunctional tri-agency 
management approach. The Committee anticipates a change in 
management structure to be announced by the Administration 
soon. Accordingly, the Committee recommendation deletes the 50/
50 NOAA/DoD funding split requirement from the bill language. 
This step will allow for more creative funding decisions to 
avert the critical climate and weather data gaps that are sure 
to occur if a management solution is not identified soon.
    The Committee acknowledges and fully supports the 
significant step represented by the inclusion in the budget 
request of $20,000,000 for Jason-3 to provide radar altimetry 
measurements of sea surface elevation and ocean circulation.
    Program Support (PS).--The recommendation includes 
$2,000,000 for PS Construction.
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                    PACIFIC COASTAL SALMON RECOVERY




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $80,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................             (\1\)
Recommended in the bill...............................  ................
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -80,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


\1\The budget request proposes to transfer $50,000,000 from species
  recovery grants within the National Marine Fisheries Service to fund
  activities within this account.

    The Committee recommendation proposes to fund the 
activities of this program with the competitive protected 
species recovery fund of the National Marine Fisheries Service 
(NMFS). The new species recovery fund specifically targets 
endangered, threatened, and at-risk marine species, including 
salmon.

                      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT FUND

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       -$3,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        -3,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        -3,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This fund was established by the Coastal Zone Act 
Reauthorization Amendments of 1990 (CZARA). The fund consists 
of loan repayments from the former Coastal Energy Impact 
Program. The proceeds are to be used to offset the Operations, 
Research, and Facilities account for the costs of implementing 
the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended. The 
Committee recommendation includes language transferring not to 
exceed $3,000,000 from the Coastal Zone Management Fund to the 
``Operations, Research, and Facilities Account.''

                   FISHERIES FINANCE PROGRAM ACCOUNT




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       -$4,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        -5,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        -5,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        -1,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This account covers the subsidy costs of guaranteed loans 
(pre-1997) and direct loans (post-1996) obligated or committed 
subsequent to October 1, 1991, as authorized by the Merchant 
Marine Act of 1936 as amended. The recommendation includes 
language under this heading limiting obligations of direct 
loans to $8,000,000 for Individual Fishing Quota loans and 
$59,000,000 for traditional direct loans.

                        Departmental Management


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $53,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        64,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        60,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +7,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -4,000,000


    The salaries and expenses appropriation provides funding 
for Executive Direction and Departmental Staff Services. 
Executive Direction funds the development and implementation of 
policies and coordinates Bureaus' program activities. 
Departmental Staff Services funds the development and 
implementation of the Department's internal policies, 
procedures and other administrative functions.
    The Committee recommendation includes $60,000,000 for 
Departmental Management, which is $7,000,000 above fiscal year 
2009 and $4,000,000 below the request. Within the amounts 
appropriated, the Committee provides $7,000,000 for the 
Department's highest priorities.
    Minority serving institutions digital and wireless 
opportunity program.--Not later than 60 days after enactment of 
this Act, the Secretary of Commerce shall submit to the 
Committees on Appropriations of the House and the Senate a 
report describing the Department's plans to support and assist 
minority serving institutions (MSIs) in improving their 
instrumentation, connectivity, hardware and software for 
intructional and research purposes as contemplated by the 
amendments to the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 
1980. The Committee also encourages the Secretary to work with 
MSIs national stakeholder organizations in developing such 
strategies.
    Justification improvement.--The Committee directs the 
Department to work with the Committee to reformat all Commerce 
justifications into more useable and user-friendly documents, 
starting with the fiscal year 2011 submission. While the 
Committee understands the pressures of the past year in 
producing its budget, the Committee notes the lack of 
justification for base program requests and other cross-cutting 
information.
    Departmental oversight.--The Committee directs the 
Department to develop oversight capacity of the U.S. Patent and 
Trademark office, and to track fee collections and other 
pertinent policy and economic impacts, to avoid budgetary 
shortfalls, and ensure that the Department and the Committee 
are fully informed on funding issues.
    The Committee continues the direction that the Department 
provide a report that audits and evaluates all decision 
documents and expenditures by the Bureau of Census as they 
relate to the 2010 Decennial. The bill retains the provision 
restricting $5,000,000 of the available appropriation from 
obligation until the Secretary certifies to the Committee that 
the Bureau of Census has met all standards and best management 
practices and Office of Management and Budget guidelines 
related to information technology projects and contract 
management. This provision ensures that the Department will 
remain engaged and fully informed of issues regarding the 
Decennial and will reduce the possibility of further life-cycle 
cost increases and schedule delays.

        HERBERT C. HOOVER BUILDING RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $5,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        22,500,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         5,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -17,500,000


    This account provides funding for the Commerce Department's 
expenses associated with the modernization of the Herbert C. 
Hoover Building (HCHB). The Committee recommendation includes 
$5,000,000 for continued renovation of the HCHB, the same level 
as fiscal year 2009.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $25,800,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        27,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        27,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,200,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to 
provide a unique, independent voice to the Secretary and other 
senior Commerce managers, as well as to Congress, in combating 
fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement, and in improving the 
efficiency, effectiveness and economy of Department operations. 
These funds provide for OIG's work conducting audits, 
inspections, and investigations. The Committee recommendation 
includes $27,000,000 for the OIG for fiscal year 2009, which is 
$1,200,000 above fiscal year 2009 and the same as the request. 
This includes funds to expand the OIG's cooperation with the 
Department of Justice in pursuing enforcement against 
restraint-of-trade and commerce activities that relate to the 
Department of Commerce programs. The Committee also notes the 
significant oversight required for the 2010 Decennial and NOAA 
satellite programs.

               General Provisions--Department of Commerce

The Committee recommends the following general provisions for 
the Department of Commerce:
    Section 101 makes funds available for advanced payments 
only upon certification of officials designated by the 
Secretary that such payments are considered to be in the public 
interest;
    Section 102 makes appropriations for the Department for 
Salaries and Expenses available for hire of passenger motor 
vehicles, for services, and for uniforms and allowances as 
authorized by law;
    Section 103 provides the authority to transfer funds 
between Department of Commerce appropriation accounts and 
requiring notification to the Committee of certain actions;
    Section 104 provides that any costs incurred by the 
Department in response to funding reductions shall be absorbed 
within the total budgetary resources available to the 
Department and shall be subject to the reprogramming 
limitations set forth in this Act;
    Section 105 extends Congressional notification requirements 
for the GOES-R satellite program;
    Section 106 provides for the reimbursement for services 
within Department of Commerce buildings; and
    Section 107 provides the Administrator with the authority 
to avail NOAA of needed resources, with the consent of those 
supplying the resources, to carry out responsibilities of any 
statute administered by NOAA.

                    TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $105,805,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       178,488,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       118,488,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +12,683,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -60,000,000


    General Administration (GA) supports the Attorney General 
(AG) and senior policy level officials in managing Department 
resources and developing policies for legal, law enforcement 
and criminal justice activities. GA also provides 
administrative support services to the legal divisions. For 
fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $118,488,000, which 
is $60,000,000 below the budget request.
    Post-Guantanamo activities.--The Committee recommendation 
does not include the $60,000,000 requested for the anticipated 
costs of detaining, prosecuting and incarcerating individuals 
transferred from the detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay. 
Instead, the Committee directs the Administration to submit a 
comprehensive plan and cost estimates, and, if such plan, 
approved by Congress, involves increased costs to DOJ, to 
submit a budget amendment or a supplemental request for these 
activities. That budget amendment or supplemental should 
consider the possibility of transferring to DOJ the funds 
currently used by the Department of Defense to operate the 
Guantanamo Bay facility, as those funds will no longer be 
needed by DOD.
    Reducing crime in Indian Country.--The Committee is 
concerned about the epidemic levels of violent crime in Indian 
Country, including sexual and domestic violence and crime 
related to substance abuse, and provides significant additional 
resources in the bill to help combat this crime. In addition to 
increased funding, however, combating crime in Indian Country 
requires an increased level of effort and coordination by 
Federal, State, and tribal law enforcement agencies.
    To help foster such collaboration, the Committee directs 
the Attorney General, in coordination with the Secretary of the 
Interior and State and tribal officials, to establish an 
interagency and tribal working group to clarify and resolve the 
law enforcement jurisdiction challenges that have hindered 
criminal investigations and prosecutions in Indian Country and 
to identify other challenges and needs related to tribal 
justice systems, including needs associated with secure law 
enforcement information sharing systems. The working group 
shall develop recommendations on how to streamline the Federal, 
State, and tribal response to criminal investigations and 
prosecutions, and shall submit a report containing such 
recommendations to the Committee within 90 days of enactment of 
this Act.
    Among the goals established for the working group shall be 
the development of protocols to ensure that Federal law 
enforcement agencies which decline to initiate an investigation 
or which terminate an investigation of an alleged violation of 
Federal law in Indian Country without referral for prosecution 
submit to the appropriate tribal official a report describing 
the rationale for terminating the investigation; the type of 
crime alleged; the status of the perpetrator; and the status of 
the victim. These protocols should also ensure that United 
States Attorneys coordinate with tribal prosecutors 
sufficiently well in advance of prosecution deadlines mandated 
by the statute of limitations to permit tribal prosecutors to 
pursue cases, as appropriate. The working group should also 
review and define the responsibilities of Assistant United 
States Attorneys serving as Tribal Liaisons in order to better 
coordinate the prosecution of crimes on reservations.

                   NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE CENTER




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................  ................
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       $44,023,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        44,023,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\.......................       +44,023,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


\1\Funding for this activity was previously provided through the
  Intelligence Community Management Account in the defense
  appropriations bill. In fiscal year 2009, $44,000,000 was appropriated
  for NDIC in the defense bill (P.L. 110-329) and transferred to the
  Department of Justice.

    The National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) provides 
strategic drug-related intelligence, document and computer 
exploitation support, and training assistance to the drug 
control, public health, law enforcement, and intelligence 
communities in order to reduce the adverse effects of drug 
trafficking, drug abuse and other drug-related criminal 
activities. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$44,023,000, which is equal to the budget request.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $80,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       123,617,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       109,417,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +29,417,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -14,200,000


    The Justice Information Sharing Technology (JIST) fund 
provides for corporate investments in information technology 
(IT). As a centralized fund under the control of the DOJ Chief 
Information Officer, it ensures that investments in information 
sharing technology and infrastructure are well planned and 
aligned with DOJ's overall IT strategy and enterprise 
architecture. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$109,417,000, which is $14,200,000 below the budget request.
    Litigation Case Management System (LCMS).--As recently 
revealed by the DOJ Inspector General (IG), the LCMS is at 
significant risk of failing to meet the Department's 
expectations and requirements. Implementation of LCMS is well 
over budget and behind schedule and is now on indefinite hold 
at most of the Department's litigating divisions. The 
recommended level does not include funds for the continued 
deployment of the system, but the Committee will consider a 
reprogramming for these funds once the Department has completed 
all of the IG's LCMS recommendations and submitted a report to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations detailing the 
steps taken to contain cost and schedule overruns.
    Unified Financial Management System (UFMS).--The 
Committee's recommendation includes the restoration of funds 
for the UFMS base program. The Department is directed to submit 
a list of specific and detailed performance milestones for UFMS 
development and deployment in fiscal year 2010, including dates 
for planned completion. These milestones should be reported to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 60 
days of the enactment of this Act, and quarterly updates should 
be provided on the Department's progress in meeting those 
milestones.
    Cyber security.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$27,439,000, as requested, to strengthen DOJ's cyber security 
program. The Committee supports the Department's efforts to 
better protect its networks and other information technology 
assets and hopes that these resources will allow DOJ to achieve 
the same success in its cyber security implementation as it has 
achieved on its FISMA report card. However, the Committee urges 
the Department to exercise discretion in testing cyber security 
protections to ensure that all relevant players have been 
alerted to the timing of these tests and to minimize any 
potential negative impact on DOJ employees.

            TACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $185,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       205,143,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       205,143,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +20,143,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of Tactical Law Enforcement Wireless 
Communications is to provide secure, interoperable and reliable 
wireless communication services required by DOJ's law 
enforcement components and all Federal agents and officers 
engaged in the conduct of law enforcement, protective services, 
homeland defense and disaster response missions. This account 
funds component legacy network requirements, operations of the 
Wireless Management Office and the acquisition of new equipment 
and services. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$205,143,000, which is equal to the budget request.
    IWN funding.--The Committee's recommendation includes an 
increase of $20,143,000 for the continued development and 
deployment of the Integrated Wireless Network (IWN). Consistent 
with direction in the explanatory statement accompanying P.L. 
111-8, all funds for IWN should be spent on the modernization 
and improvement of land mobile radio (LMR) systems. Secure 
cellular or data systems and non-LMR tactical equipment must be 
budgeted for and requested separately.
    Performance milestone reporting.--The Committee expects to 
continue receiving quarterly reports on the achievement of 
established performance milestones for the use of IWN funds. 
These reports, which were begun in fiscal year 2009, should 
reflect the Department's progress toward each milestone and the 
extent to which those milestones are being achieved within 
cost, schedule and performance expectations.

                   Administrative Review and Appeals





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................      $266,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request\1\...........................       296,685,000
Recommended in the bill\1\............................       296,685,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +30,685,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


\1\Total is net of a $4,000,000 transfer from the USCIS Immigration
  Examiners Fee account.

    This appropriation supports the Executive Office of 
Immigration Review (EOIR) and the Office of the Pardon Attorney 
(OPA). The mission of EOIR is to provide the timely and uniform 
interpretation and application of immigration law, ensuring due 
process and fair treatment for all parties involved. OPA 
receives, investigates and considers petitions for all forms of 
executive clemency. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee 
recommends $296,685,000, which is equal to the budget request.
    Personnel and infrastructure increases.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $24,253,000 for personnel and 
infrastructure investments needed to efficiently process an 
increasing immigration adjudication caseload. Of this total, 
$10,250,000 is for the eWorld document management system to 
improve EOIR's ability to store, distribute and archive its 
files.
    Legal Orientation Program (LOP).--The recommendation 
includes $6,500,000, an increase of $2,500,000, for the 
continued implementation and expansion of the LOP. EOIR is 
encouraged to seek alien-specific detention costs and duration 
of detention data from ICE in order to develop a more accurate 
estimate of the cost savings to the government provided by 
participation in the LOP.
    Competency standards.--The explanatory statement 
accompanying P.L. 111-8 urged EOIR to work with experts and 
interested parties in developing standards and materials for 
judges to use in conducting competency evaluations of persons 
appearing in immigration court. EOIR is directed to report to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 30 
days of the enactment of this Act on the status of its efforts 
to develop this competency bench book. The report should also 
address the steps DOJ has taken to provide safeguards for the 
rights of aliens judged to be mentally incompetent, as required 
by 8 U.S.C. 1229a(b)(3).
    Fraud program.--EOIR is urged to set written standards and 
criteria for use in judging potentially fraudulent evidence and 
testimony provided to an immigration court. The lack of such 
standards encourages an ad hoc approach to fraud enforcement 
that may result in inconsistent or inaccurate determinations.

                           Detention Trustee





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,295,319,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,438,663,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,438,663,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +143,344,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Office of the Federal Detention Trustee (OFDT) leads 
the development of DOJ detention policy and manages Federal 
detention resources with the goal of maximizing available 
detention space and containing costs associated with the 
detention of criminal defendants and aliens awaiting 
adjudication and/or removal from the United States. For fiscal 
year 2010, the Committee recommends $1,438,663,000, which is 
equal to the budget request.
    Inadequacy of budget requests.--The Committee remains 
frustrated by the regular occurrence of funding shortfalls at 
OFDT, even when the budget request has been fully funded. In 
the past year, the Committee has twice had to approve emergency 
reprogrammings to avert deficiencies at OFDT, and it appears 
that a third will be necessary before fiscal year 2009 is 
complete. OFDT has either not requested sufficient resources to 
meet its projected needs or its projections are too inaccurate 
to serve as predictors of annual funding requirements. The 
Committee's recommendation fully supports OFDT's projections 
for 2010, but more analytical attention is needed to determine 
whether OFDT's methodology for deriving those projections is 
sound. Accordingly, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) 
is directed to review OFDT's methods for projecting population 
levels, jail day rates and other factors that are translated 
into the annual budget request for detention capacity. GAO 
should make recommendations to the House and Senate Committees 
on Appropriations on steps OFDT should take to develop more 
accurate projections of funding requirements no later than 
August 31, 2010.

                      Office of Inspector General





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $75,681,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        84,368,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        84,368,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +8,687,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducts independent 
investigations, audits, inspections, and special reviews of DOJ 
personnel and programs to detect and deter waste, fraud, abuse, 
and misconduct, and to promote integrity, economy, efficiency, 
and effectiveness in DOJ operations. For fiscal year 2010, the 
Committee recommends $84,368,000, which is equal to the budget 
request.
    Counterterrorism oversight.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes an increase of $4,000,000 for the OIG to continue 
counterterrorism and national security oversight begun with 
prior year supplemental funds. With the annualization of these 
funds into the regular budget process, the Committee expects 
the practice of requesting annual supplemental appropriations 
for the OIG to end.
    Grants management.--The Committee's recommendation also 
includes an increase of $2,000,000 for enhanced auditing and 
oversight of the Department's grant programs. In the execution 
of these funds, the Committee urges OIG to include a focus on 
financial management issues at the Office of Justice Programs 
(OJP). The Committee is particularly interested in assessing 
OJP's ability to track the disbursement of its appropriations 
by activity.

                    United States Parole Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $12,570,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        12,859,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        12,859,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +289,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The United States Parole Commission is an independent body 
within the Department of Justice that makes decisions regarding 
requests for parole of Federal offenders and certain District 
of Columbia Code offenders. The Committee recommends 
$12,859,000 for the United States Parole Commission, which is 
$289,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to 
the request.

                            Legal Activities


            SALARIES AND EXPENSES, GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $804,007,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       875,097,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       875,097,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +71,090,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This appropriation supports the establishment of litigation 
policy, conduct of litigation, and other legal responsibilities 
of the Department of Justice through the Office of the 
Solicitor General, the Tax Division, the Criminal Division, the 
Civil Division, the Environmental and Natural Resources 
Division, the Civil Rights Division, the Office of Legal 
Counsel, and Interpol-U.S. National Central Bureau. The 
Committee recommends a total of $875,097,000 for General Legal 
Activities, which is $71,090,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
The funding is provided as follows:




Solicitor General.....................................       $10,809,000
Tax Division..........................................       105,877,000
Criminal Division.....................................       176,861,000
Civil Division........................................       287,758,000
Environment and Natural Resources.....................       109,785,000
Office of Legal Counsel...............................         7,665,000
Civil Rights Division.................................       145,449,000
INTERPOL-USNCB........................................        30,091,000
Office of Dispute Resolution..........................           802,000
                                                       -----------------
    Total.............................................       875,097,000


    The Committee strongly supports the additional resources 
proposed for the Department's litigation divisions, for which 
inadequate funding has been proposed in past years. The 
Committee is particularly supportive of the additional 
resources proposed for the Civil Rights Division to restore its 
base capacity to enforce civil rights laws; expand its capacity 
to prosecute and provide litigation support for human 
trafficking and unsolved civil rights era crimes; carry out its 
responsibilities associated with the civil rights of 
institutionalized persons and the access rights of the 
disabled; and enhance the enforcement of fair housing and fair 
lending laws.
    In addition to inflationary and other base adjustments for 
the divisions within this account, the recommendation includes 
the proposed programmatic increases of $2,909,000 and 9 FTE for 
the Tax Division; $4,430,000 and 13 FTE for the Criminal 
Division; $11,760,000 and 37 FTE for the Civil Division; 
$4,200,000 and 8 FTE for the Environment and Natural Resources 
Division; $15,723,000 and 51 FTE for the Civil Rights Division; 
and $2,216,000 and 8 FTE for INTERPOL-USNCB.

                 VACCINE INJURY COMPENSATION TRUST FUND




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $7,833,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         7,833,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         7,833,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund covers the 
Department of Justice's expenses associated with litigating 
cases under the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986. 
The Committee recommends $7,833,000 for the Vaccine Injury 
Compensation Trust Fund, the same as the budget request and the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level.

               SALARIES AND EXPENSES, ANTITRUST DIVISION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $157,788,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -157,788,000
Direct Appropriation..................................  ................

Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       163,170,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -102,000,000
Direct Appropriation..................................        61,170,000

Recommended in the bill...............................       163,170,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -102,000,000
Direct Appropriation..................................        61,170,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +5,382,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Antitrust Division investigates potential violations of 
Federal antitrust laws, represents the interests of the United 
States in cases brought under these laws, acts on antitrust 
cases before the Supreme Court, and reviews decisions of 
regulatory commissions relating to antitrust law. 
Appropriations for the Antitrust Division are offset by Hart-
Scott-Rodino Act pre-merger filing fee collections.
    The Committee recommends $163,170,000 in budget authority 
for the Antitrust Division, $5,382,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request. This 
appropriation is offset by $102,000,000 in pre-merger filing 
fee collections, resulting in a direct appropriation of 
$61,170,000.

             SALARIES AND EXPENSES, UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,836,336,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,926,003,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,934,003,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +97,667,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +8,000,000


    This appropriation supports the Executive Office for United 
States Attorneys (EOUSA) and the 94 United States Attorney 
Offices, which serve as the principal litigators for the U.S. 
Government for criminal, civil, and debt collection matters.
    The Committee recommends $1,934,003,000 for the United 
States Attorneys (USA), which is $97,667,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $8,000,000 above the budget 
request.
    Pro-IP Act.--Within the total amount provided, the 
Committee recommendation includes an additional $2,000,000 
above the budget request for activities authorized under Sec. 
402 of the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for 
Intellectual Property Act of 2008 (P.L. 110-403).
    Child exploitation investigations and prosecutions.--The 
Committee expects EOUSA to continue to focus on investigations 
and prosecutions of offenses related to the sexual exploitation 
of children, as authorized by the Adam Walsh Child Protection 
and Safety Act of 2006. Not less than $36,980,000 shall be 
available for this purpose in fiscal year 2010.
    Southwest border enforcement.--Within funds provided, the 
Committee includes the requested programmatic increase of 
$8,127,000 and 75 positions to strengthen prosecutions of 
criminal enterprises, including human, drug, and weapon 
smuggling, along the southwest border.
    Combating financial fraud.--Within funds provided, the 
Committee approves the programmatic request of $7,500,000 and 
43 positions to enhance efforts in the areas of mortgage fraud, 
bankruptcy, affirmative civil enforcement, and white collar 
crime.
    Prosecution of serious crimes in Indian Country.--The 
Committee continues to be concerned about the rate of 
prosecution of serious crimes in Indian Country, and notes that 
a Resource Plan for such prosecutions was due to the Committee 
on May 11, 2009. The Attorney General is directed to expedite 
the submission of that report. Within the total amount 
provided, the Committee provides an additional $6,000,000 for 
the hiring of additional Assistant U.S. Attorneys to increase 
the rate of needed prosecutions, and provides a proportional 
increase to the appropriation for the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation to support additional criminal investigations.
    Terrorist recruitment.--The Committee is concerned by 
reports that some young Somali-American men have been recruited 
by terrorist groups to fight in the Somali civil war. The 
Committee is aware that the U.S. Attorney for the District of 
Minnesota has engaged in efforts to help the Somali-American 
community in Minnesota prevent such recruitment, and urges the 
continuation and expansion of those efforts.

                   UNITED STATES TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $217,416,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -160,000,000
Interest on U.S. Securities...........................        -5,000,000
Direct Appropriation..................................        52,416,000

Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       224,488,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -210,000,000
Interest on U.S. Securities...........................        -5,000,000
Direct Appropriation..................................         9,488,000

Recommended in the bill...............................       224,488,000
Offsetting Fee Collections............................      -210,000,000
Interest on U.S. Securities...........................        -5,000,000
Direct Appropriation..................................         9,488,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +7,072,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the United States Trustee Program (USTP) is 
to promote integrity and efficiency in the Nation's bankruptcy 
system by enforcing bankruptcy laws and providing oversight of 
private trustees. The USTP is organized into three levels: the 
Executive Office for United States Trustees in Washington, DC; 
United States Trustees in 21 regions whose geographic 
jurisdiction is established by statute; and 95 field offices, 
which cover 150 court sites and 280 other administrative 
hearing locations. The Committee recommends $224,488,000 for 
the USTP, which is $7,072,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and equal to the budget request. The appropriation is 
offset by $210,000,000 in offsetting fee collections and 
$5,000,000 derived from interest on investments in U.S. 
securities, resulting in a direct appropriation of $9,488,000.

      SALARIES AND EXPENSES, FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $1,823,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         2,117,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         2,117,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +294,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission is 
to protect the property rights of U.S. citizens abroad and 
promote the international rule of law through adjudication of 
claims by United States citizens against foreign governments. 
The Committee recommends $2,117,000 for the Foreign Claims 
Settlement Commission, which is $294,000 over the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                     FEES AND EXPENSES OF WITNESSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $168,300,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       168,300,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       168,300,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This appropriation, which is considered mandatory for 
scorekeeping purposes, provides for fees and expenses of 
witnesses who appear on behalf of the Government in cases in 
which the United States is a party. Eligible expenses include 
fees for fact and expert witnesses, mental competency 
examinations and witness and informant protection. For fiscal 
year 2010, the Committee recommends $168,300,000, which is 
equal to the budget request.

           SALARIES AND EXPENSES, COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $9,873,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        11,479,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        11,479,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,606,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Community Relations Service was established by Title X 
of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to provide assistance to 
communities in resolving disagreements arising from 
discriminatory practices.
    The Committee recommends $11,479,000 for the Community 
Relations Service, which is $1,606,000 over the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $20,990,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        20,990,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        20,990,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Assets Forfeiture Fund (AFF) provides funds for 
qualifying investigative expenses of Federal law enforcement 
agencies and their State or local partners. Funds for these 
activities are provided from receipts in the AFF resulting from 
the forfeiture of assets. Expenses related to the management 
and disposal of the assets are also provided from receipts in 
the AFF by a permanent indefinite appropriation. For fiscal 
year 2010, the Committee recommends $20,990,000, which is equal 
to the budget request.

                     United States Marshals Service


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $950,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,138,388,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,138,388,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +188,388,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The United States Marshals Service (USMS) is responsible 
for providing physical security to Federal judges and U.S. 
courthouses; protecting witnesses, jurors and members of the 
public; safely and humanely transporting and detaining Federal 
prisoners; and apprehending fugitives. For fiscal year 2010, 
the Committee recommends $1,138,388,000, which is equal to the 
budget request.
    Sex offender apprehension.--The Committee appreciates that 
the Marshals Service has annualized $15,812,000 of prior year 
supplemental funds into its fiscal year 2010 budget request for 
enforcement of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. 
However, the budget request does not provide any additional 
funds to expand this program beyond the current level of 
effort. If the Marshals are going to make a significant impact 
on the estimated caseload of 100,000 non-compliant sex 
offenders, a concerted, multi-year effort to dedicate 
additional resources to the program is necessary. Consequently, 
the Committee's recommendation includes $20,000,000 to expand 
Adam Walsh Act enforcement activities in districts across the 
country.
    Immigration enforcement.--The recommendation includes 
$114,345,000 for new personnel, infrastructure, information 
technology and other items necessary to address the enormous 
workload generated by increased enforcement activity in other 
agencies and bureaus. The Committee hopes that this investment 
will at least partially alleviate the pressure on other 
Marshals programs, such as fugitive apprehension, now that more 
dedicated personnel will be available to handle the 
immigration-related caseload. Due to the large funding 
increase, however, the Committee would like to receive updates 
on the Marshals' execution of these funds, including the amount 
of money obligated and the number of new hires brought on 
board. The Marshals Service shall submit this information to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations on a 
quarterly basis.

                              CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $4,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        14,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        14,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +10,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    This appropriation provides funds for construction and 
related expenses in space controlled, occupied or utilized by 
the Marshals Service for prisoner holding and related support. 
For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $14,000,000, 
which is equal to the budget request. These funds should be 
applied to the highest priority renovation projects identified 
by the Marshals.

                       National Security Division


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $83,789,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        87,938,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        87,938,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +4,149,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The mission of the National Security Division (NSD) is to 
coordinate the Department's efforts in carrying out its core 
mission of combating terrorism and protecting national 
security. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$87,938,000, which is equal to the budget request.
    National Security Reviews.--NSD's budget justification 
shows that fewer National Security Reviews than planned were 
undertaken in fiscal year 2008. NSD is directed to give 
immediate notice to the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations if there are any deviations from the current 
plan to perform 20 such reviews in fiscal year 2010.

                      Interagency Law Enforcement


                 INTERAGENCY CRIME AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $515,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       537,507,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       528,569,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +13,569,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -8,938,000


    The Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement (ICDE) account 
seeks to combine the investigative and prosecutorial resources 
of the Department to bring down the ``worst of the worst'' in 
multinational drug trafficking organizations. The interagency 
program of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces 
(OCDETF) focuses participants on the mission of attacking high-
level organizations through coordinated, multi-jurisdictional 
investigations. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$528,569,000, which is $8,938,000 below the budget request. The 
decrease reflects the Committee's intention to focus new 
program initiatives for the OCDETF-participating components 
within those accounts rather than through the OCDETF structure.

                    Federal Bureau Of Investigation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\...........................    $7,065,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request\2\...........................     7,718,741,000
Recommended in the bill\2\............................     7,718,741,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +653,641,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


\1\Excludes $82,600,000 in emergency funding.
\2\Includes $101,066,000 for overseas contingency operations.

    The mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United 
States against terrorism and foreign intelligence threats; to 
uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States; and 
to provide leadership and criminal justice services to Federal, 
State, municipal and international agencies and partners. For 
fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $7,718,741,000, 
which is equal to the budget request.
    Materials submitted in support of the budget.--The FBI's 
congressional budget justification requires some additional 
information in order to better aid the Committee's review and 
analysis of the FBI's needs. First, the FBI is directed to 
submit all future budget requests with a listing of enhancement 
proposals in priority order so that the Committee can weigh the 
relative importance of each new initiative. A prioritization of 
enhancements within each end state capability or grouped into 
tiers will not be sufficient to meet this requirement.
    Second, the justification needs to include more 
quantifiable descriptions of the end state capabilities. The 
Committee understands that the Bureau is currently working to 
develop more discrete and quantifiable end states and is 
encouraged by informal indications of progress in this area. 
When this exercise is complete, the newly refined end state 
capabilities should be included in justification materials, 
along with a description of how each new initiative will 
advance the Bureau toward the achievement of an end state.
    Finally, the classified nature of much of the FBI's work 
necessitates classified descriptions of some of the enhancement 
requests. However, the classified addendum to the justification 
is not always made immediately available to the Committee on 
the date of budget submission. For the fiscal year 2011 process 
and all future requests, the FBI is directed to submit the 
classified addendum concurrently with the unclassified 
justification.
    Hiring challenges.--The FBI has proposed extremely 
aggressive hiring goals for both 2009, in which more than 2,200 
positions will need to be filled, and 2010, in which the FBI 
proposes adding 1,389 new positions while simultaneously 
managing attrition that can also be expected to exceed 1,000 
positions. The Committee is skeptical of the FBI's ability to 
meet these hiring goals, as they exceed what the Bureau was 
capable of achieving in 2008 (when direct-funded on-board 
positions only increased by 928 and vacancies increased by 
174).
    In order to improve the Committee's oversight of the FBI's 
hiring program, the FBI is directed to provide immediately to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations a hiring plan 
for direct-funded positions in fiscal year 2010. This plan 
should show on-board start of year staffing, anticipated 
attrition, planned enhancement hiring, planned vacancy hiring 
and expected end of year vacancies. This data should be 
supplemented by quarterly reports showing the number of direct-
funded hires and separations in that quarter, as well as a 
cumulative running total of each.
    Hollow positions.--The FBI is still carrying at least 450 
``hollow'' positions, for which funds were appropriated but 
subsequently diverted by the FBI for other purposes. The 
Committee discourages the FBI from continuing to carry these 
existing hollow positions or taking any action that would 
create additional hollow positions in the future. Consequently, 
the FBI is directed to prioritize the filling of the 450 
existing hollow positions prior to seeking additional new 
positions in any future budget request. In addition, the FBI is 
directed to notify the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations prior to taking any action that would divert 
salary funds away from the positions for which they were 
appropriated, either for temporary uses (e.g., equipment 
purchases) or ongoing needs (e.g., pay raise absorption).
    White collar crime.--The Committee is concerned that the 
FBI's budget proposal focuses too exclusively on mortgage fraud 
at the expense of other high priority financial fraud issues, 
including fraud or abuse associated with the Troubled Asset 
Relief Program and the investigation of accounting fraud, self-
dealing and market manipulation. The Committee's recommendation 
includes an increase of $25,491,000, as requested, for mortgage 
fraud, but the FBI is directed to also make these funds 
available for other high priority financial fraud cases.
    Civil rights enforcement.--The recommended level includes 
an increase of $8,000,000 for civil rights enforcement, which 
will complement civil rights initiatives funded in other 
portions of the Department. The Committee expects these funds 
to be used for investigations of human trafficking, hate crimes 
and cases pursued under the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights 
Crimes Act.
    Intellectual property enforcement.--Within amounts 
provided, FBI should dedicate no less than $8,000,000 for new 
agents to investigate intellectual property (IP) cases as 
authorized under section 402 of the PRO-IP Act (P.L. 110-403). 
These new agents are in addition to the IP-dedicated agents 
funded in the Fiscal Year 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act (P.L. 
111-8) and identified in the Department's 2009 spend plan. The 
Department is directed to provide a report to the House and 
Senate Committees on Appropriations with an expenditure 
analysis of these congressional augmentations to ensure that 
these agents are solely investigating and supporting the 
criminal prosecution of violations of those Federal 
intellectual property laws cited in the statement accompanying 
P.L. 111-8. The report shall provide an accounting of the 
agents placed in specific field offices with Computer Hacking 
and Intellectual Property units and the types of intellectual 
property investigations pursued by these agents. Corresponding 
prosecutorial resources have been provided in other portions of 
this Act.
    Gangs and violent crime.--Gangs pose a continuing threat to 
communities across the country and are a leading contributor to 
rising violent crime rates in many jurisdictions. The 
recommendation includes an increase of $25,000,000 to expand 
the FBI's ability to confront gangs and violent crime in U.S. 
communities and in Indian Country through the Safe Streets and 
Safe Trails task force programs. These programs allow each FBI 
field office to address violent crime, major theft, street gang 
and drug-related violence through the establishment of FBI-
sponsored, long-term, proactive task forces with State, local, 
tribal, and other Federal law enforcement agencies, focused on 
the dismantlement and disruption of violent street gangs. The 
Committee expects this increased funding to be used to expand 
the resources of existing task forces, and to support the 
creation of at least 3 new task forces.
    Records management.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes requested funding to continue records indexing and 
other preparations to make FBI's case and administrative files 
universally searchable and accessible, and to ensure that they 
are useful intelligence and investigative tools.
    Overseas Contingency Operations.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $101,066,000, as requested, for the 
annualization of FBI's terrorism supplemental funds. The 
Committee expects this action to end the process of annual 
supplemental appropriations for the FBI.
    Next Generation Identification (NGI).--The Committee 
remains concerned with the size and scope of the FBI's NGI 
program. With respect to size, the Committee notes that the 
Incremental Development Plan (IDP) and the Integrated Master 
Schedule (IMS) have been rewritten three times over nine 
months, and the FBI advises that program requirements are still 
not locked down. The inability to finalize program requirements 
and a budget and schedule baseline raises the possibility of 
significant budget overages and schedule delays. The FBI is 
directed to notify the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations prior to acceptance of any Engineering Change 
Proposal that will change the IDP or the IMS as they existed on 
April 14, 2009.
    With respect to program scope, the Committee understands 
that the FBI intends to engage in trade studies to determine 
the utility of adding new biometric indicators to NGI. However, 
it is unclear how the FBI will judge the reliability and 
suitability of these new biometrics for use as an 
identification tool. The FBI is directed to report to the House 
and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 90 days of the 
enactment of this Act on the standards by which the Bureau will 
assess the maturity of any biometric indicator being considered 
for inclusion in NGI.
    National Security Reviews.--The budget justification for 
the National Security Division (NSD) indicates that NSD 
completed fewer National Security Reviews than planned in 
fiscal year 2008 because the FBI's Office of General Counsel, 
who must participate in the reviews, was busy with other 
requirements and commitments. This seems to imply that the FBI 
has insufficient resources dedicated to assisting in these 
reviews, which are required as part of the Department's 
National Security Letter (NSL) audit and remediation plan. The 
Committee does not understand how such a resource problem 
exists, however, given that several million dollars of NSL 
remediation funds remain available from prior supplemental 
appropriations. If additional resources are required beyond 
those existing remediation dollars, the FBI is urged to 
identify those needs and request sufficient funds in fiscal 
year 2011.
    Retention and relocation bonuses.--The Committee is aware 
of continuing concerns about annuity losses and relocation 
costs associated with the implementation of the Field Office 
Supervisory Term Limit policy. In light of such concerns, and 
difficulties in filling leadership positions at the field 
supervisor level, the FBI revised the policy in December, 2008 
to extend the term limit from five to seven years. Title V of 
this bill continues, and makes permanent, retention and 
relocation bonus authorities provided to the FBI under 5 U.S.C. 
5759. The Committee encourages the Bureau to use these 
authorities to provide appropriate compensation to agents who 
were relocated to high-cost areas or have been otherwise 
negatively affected by the implementation of the Field Office 
Supervisory Term Limit policy. The Committee expects the FBI to 
propose legislation or to request appropriations, if 
appropriate, to address any further impacts attributable to 
this policy.

                              CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted............................        $153,491,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request............................         142,796,000
Recommended in the bill.............................         132,796,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted........................         -20,695,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request........................         -10,000,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the construction of 
FBI facilities and related activities. For fiscal year 2010, 
the Committee recommends $132,796,000, which is $10,000,000 
below the budget request.
    Construction queue.--The budget proposes funds to begin 
another new construction project at the FBI Academy even though 
there are other construction projects pending for which 
additional funds are required. It is inefficient to continue 
appropriating funds to begin new construction without first 
sufficiently funding existing projects. Consequently, the 
Committee has not provided funds for any new projects this 
year.

                    Drug Enforcement Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,939,084,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     2,014,682,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     2,019,682,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +80,598,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +5,000,000


    DEA's mission is to enforce the controlled substances laws 
and regulations of the United States; bring to the criminal and 
civil justice system those organizations and principal members 
of organizations involved in the growing, manufacturing or 
distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined 
for illicit traffic in the United States; and support non-
enforcement programs aimed at reducing the availability of 
illicit controlled substances on the domestic and international 
markets. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$2,019,682,000, which is $5,000,000 above the budget request.
    Diversion control program.--In addition to the direct 
appropriation, the recommendation provides $251,790,000 for the 
Diversion Control program, which is fully offset with fee 
collections. This funding level includes an increase of 
$2,706,000 for expanded forensic support of diversion cases.
    Southwest border enforcement.--The Committee recommendation 
includes an increase of $24,075,000 in support of DEA's 
enforcement efforts along the southwest border. These resources 
will help DEA to expand its presence along the border, address 
increased workload related to narcotics seizures by DHS and 
respond to special field intelligence priorities.
    Continuing narcoterrorism investments.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $10,000,000, as requested, for the 
annualization of DEA supplemental funds that are not otherwise 
provided for through the Department of State request. The 
Committee expects this action to end the process of annual 
supplemental appropriations for DEA.
    Mobile Enforcement Teams (MET).--The Committee 
recommendation includes $5,000,000 above the request to 
continue the effort to reestablish Mobile Enforcement Teams 
(MET) in each domestic field office. The activities of MET 
should continue to include a focus on methamphetamine 
enforcement.
    Methamphetamine strategy.--The rise of ``smurfing'' as a 
mean of evading the pseudoephedrine purchase limits contained 
in the Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act has created a 
resurgence in the number of small toxic labs operating in the 
country. The Committee directs DEA to report to the House and 
Senate Committees on Appropriations within 90 days of the 
enactment of this Act on the smurfing enforcement strategy it 
intends to pursue. The strategy report should describe both the 
actions DEA can pursue with current enforcement authorities, as 
well as any legislative changes that might improve DEA's 
ability to identify and apprehend individuals engaged in 
smurfing.
    Medical marijuana policies.--Within 60 days of enactment of 
this Act, the Department shall provide to the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations clarification of the Department's 
policy regarding enforcement of federal laws and use of federal 
resources against individuals involved in medical marijuana 
activities.

          Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,054,215,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     1,114,772,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,105,772,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +51,557,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -9,000,000


    ATF is responsible for enforcing Federal criminal laws and 
regulating the firearms and explosives industries. The combined 
efforts of special agents and industry operations investigators 
allow ATF to identify, investigate and recommend for 
prosecution violators of the Federal firearms and explosives 
laws. Additionally, ATF ensures that licensees are operating 
within established laws and regulations. For fiscal year 2010, 
the Committee recommends $1,105,772,000, which is $9,000,000 
below the budget request.
    Southwest border enforcement.--The Committee recommendation 
includes an increase of $17,989,000 in support of ATF's Project 
Gunrunner. This brings the total amount available to ATF for 
weapons trafficking along the border to $59,929,000. However, 
$10,000,000 of that total is one-time money provided through 
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Accordingly, these 
funds need to be built into ATF's regular appropriation no 
later than fiscal year 2011 in order to avoid a diminution of 
effort directed to Project Gunrunner. The Committee directs ATF 
to ensure that these funds are annualized into its fiscal year 
2011 request.
    eTrace reconfiguration.--ATF may need to expand and 
reconfigure eTrace and related systems in order to efficiently 
find and package responses to trace data requests as permitted 
by the bill language associated with this account. If 
additional resources are necessary for this reconfiguration, 
ATF is encouraged to use the Department's authorities under 
P.L. 102-140 to access up to $8,500,000 of expired prior year 
funds for this purpose.
    National Center for Explosives Research and Training 
(NCETR).--Funds associated with Phase Two of the NCETR project 
have not been included in the Committee's recommendation. While 
the Committee supports the work that will be done at NCETR, 
limited fiscal resources must be first directed to the 
southwest border firearms trafficking efforts that support the 
Department's larger Mexican Cartel Strategy.
    Gangs and violent crime.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $10,000,000 for ATF's Violent Crime Impact Team (VCIT) 
program for violent crime and gang enforcement. VCITs are 
interagency task forces that identify, target, disrupt and 
refer for prosecution violent criminals and gang members. The 
Committee expects these resources to be used to expand the 
activities of existing VCITs and to establish new VCITs in 
geographic areas of highest need.

                              CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................  ................
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        $6,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................  ................
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................  ................
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -6,000,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the construction of 
ATF facilities and related activities. For fiscal year 2010, 
the Committee recommends no funding for this account.
    NCETR.--In accordance with the funding recommendation for 
the ATF Salaries and Expenses account, construction funds 
requested for Phase Two of the NCETR project have not been 
included in order to preserve the Committee's immediate focus 
on southwest border firearms trafficking efforts.

                         Federal Prison System


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $5,595,754,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     5,979,831,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     6,077,231,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +481,477,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +97,400,000


    The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is responsible for confining 
offenders in the controlled environments of prisons and 
community-based facilities that are safe, humane, cost-
efficient and appropriately secure, and for providing work and 
other self-improvement opportunities to assist offenders in 
becoming law-abiding citizens upon release. The Committee 
recommends $6,077,231,000 for the salaries and expenses of the 
Federal Prison System, which is $481,477,000 over the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $97,400,000 above the budget 
request.
    Correctional officer staffing.--The Federal prison 
population has grown explosively over the last 20 years. Rising 
from roughly 25,000 prisoners in 1980, the population is 
estimated to grow to more than 210,000 by the end of fiscal 
year 2010. Correspondingly, the overcrowding rate is projected 
to rise to 38 percent in 2010, up from 37 percent in 2009. 
Chronic underfunding based on inadequate budget requests have 
forced BOP to rely excessively on correctional officer overtime 
and the diversion of program staff instead of hiring additional 
correctional officers, leaving the workforce spread dangerously 
thin and compromising BOP's ability to operate the Federal 
Prison System in a safe and efficient manner.
    Although Congress provided an additional $160,000,000 above 
the budget request for fiscal year 2009, BOP used those 
additional funds to meet the basic operational needs of its 
facilities, and plans no net increase in staffing in fiscal 
year 2009 to begin to address its understaffing problem. The 
Committee is extremely concerned that the proposed budget for 
fiscal year 2010 would once again not permit BOP to manage the 
basic operational needs of its prisons.
    It is particularly concerning that the BOP budget 
justification describes as ``program increases'' a number of 
inflationary cost increases that should be considered budget 
adjustments required to meet BOP's basic operational needs. In 
addition, while the BOP budget proposes funding increases to 
activate two new prisons and to hire a significant number of 
new correctional officers, the Committee is not convinced that 
BOP will actually be able to carry out those proposals while 
its basic operational needs continue to be underfunded.
    The Committee believes that the activation of newly 
constructed prisons and a reduction in the staff-to-prisoner 
ratio must not be delayed. As a result, the Committee directs 
that no less than $70,568,000 of the total salaries and 
expenses appropriation be used entirely for additional 
correctional officer staffing. As requested, no less than 
$52,696,000 of the total shall be used to activate FCI McDowell 
and no less than $49,424,000 of the total shall be used to 
activate FCI Mendota, including all net new staffing that will 
be required to operate these facilities. If additional salaries 
and expenses funding is required to meet BOP's operating needs 
during fiscal year 2010, the Committee fully expects the 
Department to propose a reprogramming of funds from outside BOP 
to meet those needs.
    The Committee notes that the Government Accountability 
Office (GAO) is currently evaluating BOP's budget formulation 
methodology, and expects BOP and the Department to review 
carefully any recommendations made by GAO when formulating 
BOP's fiscal year 2011 budget to ensure that sufficient funding 
to meet basic operationial needs is proposed. The Department 
should also present the fiscal year 2011 budget for BOP in a 
way that accurately differentiates non-discretionary, 
inflationary cost adjustments to BOP's base budget requirements 
from program and staffing enhancements.
    To ensure that BOP's correctional worker staffing needs are 
clearly defined, the Committee directs BOP to provide a report 
to the Committee, within 60 days of enactment of this Act, 
identifying the appropriate number of correctional workers, 
differentiated by staffing category, required at each BOP 
prison facility to ensure the safe and effective operation of 
that facility. The Committee understands that staffing needs 
vary based on each facility's security level, programming 
needs, design, and other factors, but strongly believes that 
assessing staffing needs on a facility-by-facility basis is a 
more effective way of establishing staffing goals than using a 
system-wide staff-to-prisoner ratio. The Committee directs BOP 
to premise its funding proposal for staffing in fiscal year 
2011 on such a facility-specific assessment of staffing needs.
    Federal Prison System population.--Between 2010 and 2014, 
BOP estimates that it will experience a net growth of 22,500 
prisoners while planning to add only an additional 13,000 beds 
in new prisons during the same time period. With the BOP 
prisoner population currently exceeding the rated capacity of 
BOP facilities by 37 percent, the Federal Prison System 
prisoner population is on an unsustainable path. While the 
Committee fully supports consequences for convicted offenders 
that are commensurate with the seriousness of their crimes, it 
also notes the importance of ensuring that those consequences 
minimize costs to the American taxpayer and reduce the 
incidence of recidivism.
    The Committee is aware that a number of States, through a 
reform effort known as Justice Reinvestment, have initiated 
efforts to identify the major drivers of the growth in their 
prison populations and implement evidenced-based reforms 
designed to reduce prison population growth and recidivism 
while restoring high-crime communities and improving public 
safety. These States have found that the growth in prison 
populations is primarily fueled by high recidivism rates, 
including high probation and parole revocations that are often 
driven by technical violations. These factors lead to higher 
prison admissions that require more investments in prison 
construction and prison operations. With bipartisan support, 
evidence-based criminal justice reforms have helped a number of 
States, including Texas and Kansas, significantly reduce 
recidivism rates and reduce the need for new prison 
construction, allowing States to reinvest resources in prisoner 
reentry, crime prevention, and other programs that help to 
further reduce recidivism.
    The Committee is aware that a similar effort is underway at 
the Federal level through a high level Department task force 
that is evaluating various legislative and administrative 
options for reforming the Federal criminal justice system in 
ways that could help reduce the population of the Federal 
Prison System. The Committee strongly encourages this effort, 
and particularly urges the Department and BOP to consider 
evidence-based policy changes that BOP could make under its 
current statutory authority that would help it responsibly 
manage its offender population while reducing recidivism, 
improving public safety, and reducing future costs to the 
American taxpayer.
    The Committee notes that an American Bar Association 
Commission on Effective Criminal Sanctions roundtable recently 
made a number of recommendations for using current legal 
authorities to reduce the number of nonviolent offenders in BOP 
facilities in ways that could also contribute to reduced 
recidivism among those offenders. Among the recommendations 
were a proposal to change the way BOP calculates good time to 
make it consistent with the guidelines of the U.S. Sentencing 
Commission and a proposal to reduce the sentences of nonviolent 
criminal aliens who agree to be deported, a tool that a number 
of States are successfully using to reduce their own prison 
populations and reduce prison expenditures.
    The National Institute of Corrections (NIC), an agency 
within the BOP that provides support and assistance to Federal, 
State and local correctional agencies, is currently evaluating 
the potential of various evidence-based criminal justice 
reforms on State prison populations to quantify the potential 
cost savings that could be achieved if those reforms were 
implemented. The Committee directs the NIC to expand its 
analysis to include the potential effect of reforms on the 
Federal prison population and to provide a report to the 
Committee on the results by March 1, 2010.
    Second Chance Act implementation.--The Second Chance Act 
(P.L. 110-199) imposed new requirements on BOP to facilitate 
the successful reentry of offenders back into their communities 
and reduce the rate of recidivism. Among those requirements are 
the establishment of recidivism reduction goals and increased 
collaboration with State, Tribal, local, community, and faith-
based organizations to improve the reentry of prisoners. The 
Committee is aware that BOP is currently developing an Inmate 
Skills Development (ISD) strategy, as required by the Second 
Chance Act, to assess a prisoner's skills upon incarceration 
and provide programming based on that assessment to fill skill 
deficits and address other reentry needs. The Committee 
recommendation includes $13,778,000 and 61 FTE for ISD and 
other Second Chance Act activities, as proposed by the 
Department. The Committee notes, however, that BOP has 
indicated that approximately $80,000,000 is required to fully 
implement its Second Chance Act responsibilities. The Committee 
expects the Department to propose significant additional 
funding for this purpose in the fiscal year 2011 budget 
request.
    The Second Chance Act clarified that BOP has the authority 
to place offenders in community corrections, including 
residential reentry centers (RRCs), for up to 12 months to 
facilitate their successful reentry and reduce recidivism. In 
addition, the Act directed BOP to provide incentives, such as 
increased time in community corrections, to encourage prisoners 
to fully participate in skills development programs. The Second 
Chance Act also makes clear that community corrections may 
include a period of home confinement for up to the shorter of 
10 percent of an offender's term of imprisonment or six months.
    BOP has indicated that decisions about length of stay in 
RRCs are influenced by a higher marginal cost of RRCs compared 
to the marginal cost of keeping a prisoner in a BOP facility. 
While the Committee appreciates the short term trade-offs 
involved in annual budgeting for RRCs, it believes that the 
increased use of RRCs and home confinement, when implemented as 
part of a comprehensive prisoner reentry program, can 
contribute to reduced recidivism, safer and more stable 
communities, and reduced costs for the Federal Prison System. 
The Committee strongly urges the Department to propose 
significant additional funding in the fiscal year 2011 budget 
submission to increase the use of RRCs as part of a 
comprehensive prisoner reentry program.
    In addition, given that home confinement--with appropriate 
supervision and services--is significantly less costly than 
either confinement in BOP facilities or RRCs, BOP should make 
appropriate use of this option when considering how to provide 
reentering prisoners with up to 12 months in community 
corrections. The Committee directs BOP to report quarterly on 
the average length of stay in community corrections, defined as 
both RRCs and home confinement.
    Critical to prisoner reentry and recidivism reduction are 
substance abuse, mental health, educational, vocational, and 
other services provided in prisons or during confinement in 
community corrections. Substance abuse treatment is 
particularly essential because 40 percent of inmates enter the 
Federal Prison System with a substance abuse disorder. Within 
the amount provided for salaries and expenses, not less than 
$90,000,000 is made available for drug abuse treatment services 
for all eligible inmates as required by law, and not less than 
$150,000,000 is made available for inmate education and 
vocational training programs.
    To the greatest extent possible, BOP shall prioritize the 
participation of nonviolent offenders in the Residential Drug 
Abuse Treatment Program (RDAP) in a way that maximizes the 
benefit of sentence reduction opportunities for reducing the 
prisoner population. In addition, as part of its RDAP, the 
Committee encourages BOP to conduct a pilot initiative on the 
use of anti-craving medications as a component of drug abuse 
treatment. Such an initiative should continue the use of anti-
craving medications through an offender's period of confinement 
in community corrections and period of supervised release. The 
Committee encourages BOP to collaborate on this initiative with 
the National Institute of Drug Abuse, which is currently 
supporting a research study on the effectiveness of anti-
craving medication on probationers and parolees.
    As part of its portion of the Department's fiscal year 2010 
spending plan, BOP shall include a description of all of its 
activities related to Second Chance Act implementation, 
including inmate drug abuse treatment programs, inmate 
education and vocational training programs, and all other 
program services designed to facilitate offender reentry, along 
with the estimated costs associated with those activities in 
fiscal year 2010. The Committee also directs BOP to include, as 
part of the Department's fiscal year 2011 budget submission, 
the estimated costs of full implementation of each of its 
programs and activities related to offender reentry in fiscal 
year 2011.
    In addition, to ensure that BOP is benefiting from outside 
expertise and viewpoints, the Committee directs BOP to convene 
an independent panel to make recommendations for future options 
for the development of prisoner reentry programs, including 
options related to the role of faith-based and community 
programs. The Committee expects the report of this panel to be 
submitted with the Department's fiscal year 2010 spending plan.
    The Committee also directs GAO to evaluate BOP's 
implementation of Second Chance Act requirements, including the 
adequacy of funding proposals by the Department to carry out 
those requirements, and to provide recommendations to the 
Committee by March 1, 2010, on how BOP should adapt its 
facilities, programs, and budgeting processes to fully 
implement the provisions of the Act that apply to BOP.
    Counterterrorism activities.--Within the amount provided in 
this account, not less than $14,200,000 is for the full 
estimated cost of BOP's counterterrorism activities, including 
monitoring and translating the communications of incarcerated 
terrorists and disseminating information to law enforcement 
agencies, as appropriate. These activities have been partially 
funded through supplemental appropriations in previous fiscal 
years.
    Reimbursement for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement 
(ICE) detainees.--The Committee directs BOP to work 
cooperatively with the Department of Homeland Security to 
transfer expeditiously the estimated 850 ICE detainees who are 
currently housed in the Federal Prison System, or to obtain 
prompt and fair reimbursement from ICE for the costs of 
incarcerating them.
    National Institute of Corrections (NIC).--The NIC provides 
valuable training and services, including research and 
evaluation, technical assistance, information sharing and 
planning to State and local adult corrections agencies, the BOP 
and other Federal agencies. To address deficiencies identified 
by the U.S. Census Bureau in the reporting of inmate address 
information, the Committee encourages the NIC to work with 
State corrections agencies to develop better procedures and 
systems for collecting and maintaining corrections records.
    Stun lethal fences.--The Committee notes that BOP 
correctional officers have expressed concerns about the use of 
``stun lethal'' fences at BOP facilities in lieu of 
correctional officers in perimeter towers. BOP is directed to 
submit a report to the Committee, within 60 days of enactment 
of this Act, on the reliability and effectiveness of these 
fences.
    Privately-contracted prison facilities.--Based on cost data 
provided by BOP, the cost of contracting with private sector 
companies for the use and operation of low security prison 
facilities appears to cost more than operating BOP low security 
facilities when discounting BOP's cost of inmate programming, 
which is not provided in most private facilities. The Committee 
directs BOP to submit a report, by March 1, 2010, on its long 
term strategy for minimizing the cost of incarcerating low 
security criminal alien offenders, including an assessment of 
the potential for closed military facilities to be converted to 
low security prisons operated by BOP.

                        BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $575,807,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        96,744,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        96,744,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      -479,063,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Committee recommends $96,744,000 for the construction, 
modernization, maintenance, and repair of prison and detention 
facilities housing Federal inmates, which is $479,063,000 below 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the request. Of 
the total, no less than $71,358,000 is for modernization and 
repair (M&R) activities.
    Modernization and repair.--The Committee is extremely 
concerned about the growing backlog of health and safety 
repairs in Federal prison facilities. Thirty-four (one-third) 
of BOP's 114 institutions are more than 50 years old, and most 
have not undergone major renovations since they were 
constructed or acquired by BOP. In addition, the BOP has a 
backlog of major modernization and repair (M&R) projects valued 
at nearly $300,000,000. BOP's budget justification indicates 
that it ``strives to follow'' the Federal Facilities Council 
recommendation of budgeting annually for M&R needs equal to two 
percent of the asset value of its facilities, which in the case 
of BOP facilities totals more than $400,000,000. Unfortunately, 
the Department has proposed only $71,358,000 for M&R activities 
in fiscal year 2010. BOP is directed to provide a report to the 
Committee, within 30 days of enactment of this Act, itemizing 
all pending M&R projects for Federal prison facilities, 
specifying when each project was first identified, and 
estimating the cost associated with each project. The Committee 
also directs BOP to provide an updated M&R backlog list as part 
of its fiscal year 2011 budget request.
    Construction.--The BOP budget proposes $25,386,000 for 
construction-related activities, including $10,000,000 required 
for lease payments for the Oklahoma Transfer Center. Although 
BOP plans to activate four new prisons in 2014, it will be 
unable to maintain that schedule without a significant new 
construction appropriation by fiscal year 2011. The Committee 
notes, however, that even if BOP stays on track in activating 
planned new prisons, it will add approximately 13,000 new beds 
between 2010 and 2014 at the same time that the BOP population 
is expected to grow by 22,500. The Committee expects the 
Department to ensure that the fiscal year 2011 budget proposal 
for BOP contains sufficient resources for BOP to at least stay 
on track with its current plan to activate new prisons, and for 
BOP to address its M&R backlog.

   LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES, FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, 
                              INCORPORATED




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $2,328,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         2,700,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         2,700,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +372,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    Created by Federal statute in 1934, Federal Prison 
Industries (FPI) operates as a wholly-owned, self-sustaining 
Government corporation. FPI employs and provides skills 
training to Federal inmates.
    The Committee recommends a limitation on administrative 
expenses of $2,700,000 for FPI, which is $372,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the request. In 
testimony before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science 
and Related Agencies, the BOP Director stated that FPI is the 
BOP's most important correctional program because it has been 
proven to substantially reduce recidivism and it is self-funded 
from the proceeds of sales. In addition, it keeps prisoners 
productively occupied, making them substantially less likely to 
engage in misconduct. The Committee is concerned that the 
percentage of BOP's inmate population involved with FPI has 
decreased 30 percent from just six years ago. The Committee 
urges the Department to explore new program models, and to seek 
new funding and authorities, as necessary, to create additional 
inmate work and training programs that prepare inmates for 
successful reentry into the community. The Department shall 
submit, within 60 days after the enactment of this Act, a plan 
describing such options for increasing inmate work 
opportunities.

               State and Local Law Enforcement Activities

    In total, the bill provides $3,423,988,000 for State and 
local law enforcement and crime prevention grant programs, 
which is $196,888,000 more than the fiscal year 2009 funding 
level and $670,500,000 above the budget request. The Committee 
directs the Department to work closely with recipients of 
congressionally-designated funding to ensure that funded 
projects are consistent with authorized criminal justice 
purposes and goals. No grant funding shall be used for luxury 
items, real estate, or construction projects.

                    Office on Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $415,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       414,000,000
Recommended in the bill\1\............................       400,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted\1\.......................       -15,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request\1\.......................       -14,000,000


\1\The recommended level does not include funding for programs that were
  funded through this account in fiscal year 2009 that are administered
  by the Office of Justice Programs (OJP). For fiscal year 2010, funding
  for each of these OJP-administered programs is appropriated directly
  to OJP at the fiscal year 2009 level.

    The Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) coordinates 
legislative and other initiatives relating to violence against 
women and administers grant programs to help prevent, detect, 
and stop violence against women, including domestic and dating 
violence, sexual assault, and stalking. A number of programs 
that received funding through this appropriation in fiscal year 
2009 are funded in this bill through the Office of Justice 
Programs (OJP) appropriation because they are administered by 
OJP. These include: the CASA Special Advocates program; the 
Training for Judicial Personnel program; the Stalking Database 
program; the Research on Violence Against Women program; 
Training Programs to Assist Probation and Parole Officers; and 
the Closed Circuit Television program. The Committee recommends 
funding through OJP for each of these programs at the fiscal 
year 2009 level. For grants and programs administered directly 
by OVW, the Committee recommends $400,000,000 in fiscal year 
2010, $11,000,000 above the comparable budget request and the 
comparable fiscal year 2009 level.
    The Committee directs OVW, as part of the Department's 
spending plan for fiscal year 2010, to provide details on OVW's 
planned training and technical assistance (T&TA) activities and 
research and statistics activities. The spending plan shall 
differentiate those activities performed via grant, cooperative 
agreement, interagency agreement, under contract, and performed 
directly by OVW. In addition, the Committee directs the 
Department, as part of the fiscal year 2011 budget submission, 
to provide similar details on OVW's planned T&TA activities and 
research and statistics activities for fiscal year 2011.
    The funding requested through OVW for the Safe Start 
program is not provided through OVW because Safe Start is 
administered by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 
Prevention, within the Office of Justice Programs. The 
Committee instead recommends funding for Safe Start through the 
Juvenile Justice appropriation.

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        Program                            Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
STOP Grants...........................................          $200,000
    National Institute of Justice (R&D)...............           (3,000)
    Transitional Housing Assistance...................          (18,000)
Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies...................            60,000
Rural Domestic Violence Assistance Grants.............            41,000
Violence on College Campuses..........................             9,500
Civil Legal Assistance................................            37,000
Sexual Assault Victims Services.......................            13,000
Elder Abuse Grant Program.............................             4,250
Safe Havens Project...................................            14,000
Education & Training for Disabled Female Victims......             6,750
Court Training and Improvement........................             3,000
Services for Children/Youth Exposed to Violence.......             3,000
Advocates for Youth/Services for Youth Victims (STARY)             3,500
National Tribal Sex Offender Registry.................             1,000
Engaging Men and Youth in Prevention..................             3,000
National Resource Center on Workplace Responses.......             1,000
                                                       -----------------
    Total\1\..........................................          400,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\The recommended level does not include funding for programs that were
  funded through this account in fiscal year 2009 that are administered
  by the Office of Justice Programs (OJP). For fiscal year 2010, funding
  for each of these OJP-administered programs is appropriated directly
  to OJP at the fiscal year 2009 level. For programs administered by
  OVW, the total is an increase of $11,000,000 above the comparable FY
  2009 funding level.

    STOP formula grants (grants to combat violence against 
women).--The Committee recommendation provides $200,000,000, 
which is $10,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request, for coordinated, multidisciplinary efforts to improve 
the criminal justice system's response to violent crimes 
against women and encourage the development and improvement of 
related law enforcement and prosecution strategies. Within the 
funding provided, $3,000,000 is made available to the National 
Institute of Justice for research and evaluation of programs to 
prevent violence against women and $18,000,000 is available for 
transitional housing assistance. An additional $225,000,000 was 
appropriated for STOP grants through the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act of 2009, P.L. 111-5.
    Grants to encourage arrest policies.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $60,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 
2009 level and the request, for grants to encourage 
jurisdictions to implement mandatory and pro-arrest policies as 
an effective domestic violence intervention.
    Rural domestic violence assistance.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $41,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 
2009 level and the request, for Rural Domestic Violence 
Assistance Grants, which enhance the safety of victims of 
domestic violence, dating violence, and child abuse in rural 
America. This funding is equal to the fiscal year 2009 level 
and the request.
    Violence on college campuses.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $9,500,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and 
the request, to encourage institutions of higher education to 
adopt comprehensive, coordinated responses to violent crimes 
against women on campuses.
    Civil legal assistance.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $37,000,000 to increase the availability of legal 
assistance necessary to provide effective aid to victims of 
domestic violence, stalking, sexual assault, or dating violence 
who are seeking relief in legal matters arising as a 
consequence of that abuse or violence. This amount is equal to 
the fiscal year 2009 level and the request.
    Sexual assault victims services.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $13,000,000, which is $1,000,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 level and the request, to assist state 
coalitions in coordinating victim services activities, and for 
collaboration and coordination among Federal, State, and local 
entities engaged in activities to prevent violence against 
women.
    Elder abuse grant program.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $4,250,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and 
the request, for community-based projects designed to improve 
the justice system's response to elder abuse and violence.
    Safe haven project.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$14,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request, for efforts to prevent and reduce the impact of 
children's exposure to family and community violence.
    Education and training for disabled female victims.--The 
Committee recommendation provides $6,750,000, equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 level and the request, to provide education, 
consultation and information to service providers to address 
obstacles encountered by women with disabilities who are 
victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
    Court training and improvements program.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $3,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 
2009 level and the budget request, for efforts to improve court 
responses to adult and youth domestic violence, dating 
violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
    Services for children/youth exposed to violence.--The 
Committee recommendation includes $3,000,000, equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 level and the request, for services for 
children, including direct counseling, advocacy, and mentoring.
    Advocates for youth/services for youth victims (STARY).--
The Committee recommendation includes $3,500,000, equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 level and the request, for projects that 
provide direct counseling, advocacy, legal, and mental health 
services for children and young adults who have experienced 
domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or 
stalking.
    National tribal sex offender registry.--For maintaining a 
National Tribal Sex Offender Registry, the Committee provides 
$1,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request.
    Engaging men and youth in prevention.--For programs to 
engage men and youth in preventing domestic violence, dating 
violence, sexual assault, and stalking, the Committee provides 
$3,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request.
    National resource center on workplace responses.--The 
Committee recommendation provides $1,000,000, equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 level and the request, for a national resource 
center on workplace responses to assist victims of domestic and 
sexual violence.
    Jessica Gonzales victim assistance program.--The Committee 
recognizes the critical value of victim assistants who act as 
liaisons between local law enforcement agencies and victims of 
domestic and dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking in 
order to improve the enforcement of protection orders. The 
placement of these special victim assistants is an eligible 
purpose for funding under the STOP Violence Against Women 
formula grant program.
    Salaries and expenses.--The Committee provides management 
and administration funding for the Office on Violence Against 
Women through a salaries and expenses appropriation under OJP. 
As a result, no administrative overhead costs shall be deducted 
from the programs funded from this account.

                       Office of Justice Programs

    The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) was established to 
provide Federal leadership, coordination, and assistance to 
make the Nation's justice system more efficient and effective 
in preventing and responding to crime. OJP is responsible for 
administering grants; collecting statistical data and 
conducting analyses; identifying emerging criminal justice 
issues; developing and testing promising approaches to address 
these issues; evaluating program results; and disseminating 
these findings and other information to State, tribal, and 
local governments.
    The Committee recommends $2,221,988,000 for the Office of 
Justice Programs, which is $643,500,000 above the budget 
request and $155,388,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level.
    The Committee directs OJP, as part of the Department's 
spending plan for fiscal year 2010, to provide details of its 
planned training and technical assistance (T&TA) activities and 
research and statistics activities. The spending plan shall 
differentiate those activities performed via grant, cooperative 
agreement, interagency agreement, under contract, and performed 
directly by OJP. In addition, the Committee directs the 
Department, as part of the fiscal year 2011 budget submission, 
to provide details of OJP's planned T&TA activities and 
research and statistics activities for fiscal year 2011.
    Evidence-based programs.--The Committee urges OJP to 
ensure, to the greatest extent practicable, that competitive 
grants are used for evidence-based programs and activities.
    Services for victims of rape.--The Committee is aware that 
an estimated one in six women in the United States will 
experience a sexual assault in her lifetime, and that the 
Federal Bureau of Investigation ranks rape as the second most 
violent crime, second only to murder. The Department of Justice 
is encouraged to continue supporting programs, including 
hotline programs, which facilitate the delivery of confidential 
recovery services to rape victims.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................  ................
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................      $213,388,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       213,388,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +213,388,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    To achieve greater transparency, efficiency, and 
accountability in the management, administration, and oversight 
of the Justice Department grant programs, Congress established 
a new salaries and expenses account for fiscal year 2009 within 
State and Local Law Enforcement Activities. For fiscal year 
2010, the Committee provides this appropriation within the 
Office of Justice Programs, as requested, to facilitate the 
allocation of salaries and expenses funding among the grant 
offices.
    A total of $213,388,000 is provided for salaries and 
expenses for Department of Justice grant programs in fiscal 
year 2010, including $139,218,000 for the Office of Justice 
Programs (OJP); $37,462,000 for transfer to the Office of 
Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS); and $15,708,000 
for transfer to the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). The 
Committee expects all activities related to the management and 
administration of grant programs, grants, and cooperative 
agreements--including activities related to peer review--to be 
supported with salaries and expenses funding. Training and 
technical assistance (T&TA) activities and research and 
statistics activities performed by OJP, OVW, and COPS, or 
through interagency agreements or under contract for OJP, OVW, 
and COPS, may be supported with program funds, subject to the 
submission of details related to these costs in the 
Department's fiscal year 2010 spending plan.
    Within the funds provided, $21,000,000 is made available to 
the Office of Audit, Assessment, and Management (OAAM). The 
Committee expects OAAM to continue to develop its capacity to 
evaluate, in coordination with the National Institute of 
Justice, the effectiveness of programs and projects funded by 
OJP, OVW, and COPS, using rigorous research and evaluation 
methods that generate valid evidence on the effectiveness of 
crime prevention strategies.

                           JUSTICE ASSISTANCE




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $220,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       225,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       226,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +6,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +1,000,000


    The Justice Assistance account provides support to State 
and local law enforcement agencies in the form of grants, 
contracts and cooperative agreements for research, evaluation, 
and dissemination of statistical and scientific information. 
The Committee recommends $226,000,000, which is $6,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $1,000,000 above 
the budget request.
    The funds are to be distributed as follows:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Program                            Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Institute of Justice........................           $48,000
Bureau of Justice Statistics.........................            60,000
    National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS).......           (26,000)
    Redesign of the NCVS.............................           (15,000)
State Automated Victim Notification System...........            12,000
Regional Information Sharing System (RISS)...........            45,000
Missing and Exploited Children.......................            61,000
                                                      ------------------
    Total............................................           226,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Institute of Justice (NIJ).--The Committee 
includes $48,000,000 in direct funding for the NIJ, which is 
equal to the budget request and the fiscal year 2009 level. NIJ 
is the primary Federal source of research and development in 
the field of criminal justice.
    National crime victimization survey (NCVS).--Within the 
funds provided for the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), the 
Committee directs $26,000,000, as requested, for the NCVS, 
which since the 1970s has been a critical tool for 
understanding the costs and context of crime victimization in 
the United States. Also within the funds provided, the 
Committee makes available the requested $15,000,000 to 
implement and test the redesign of the methodology for the 
NCVS. The redesign of the NCVS methodology was recommended in 
the National Research Council's report, Surveying Victims: 
Options for Conducting the National Crime Victimization Survey, 
and BJS is currently conducting a program of research to 
develop the new methodology. The redesigned survey is intended 
to provide better sub-national data and more concurrent 
information on emerging trends and issues, and to improve the 
cost efficiency of the data collection process.
    Victim notification.--The Committee includes $12,000,000 to 
support the Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification 
(SAVIN) program, which helps protect the legal rights of crime 
victims by providing registered victims with timely and 
accurate information about changes to the status of their 
offender, including information about offender relocation and 
release.
    Regional information sharing.--The Committee recommends 
$45,000,000 for regional information sharing to ensure the 
efficient and effective automated exchange of crime and 
terrorism information among Federal, State, and local agencies. 
The recommendation is equal to the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and the request.
    Missing and exploited children.--The recommendation 
includes $61,000,000 for the Missing and Exploited Children 
program, $1,000,000 above the budget request, which is 
sufficient to provide continued level funding for all ongoing 
programs funded in fiscal year 2009. An additional $50,000,000 
was provided for the Internet Crimes Against Children Regional 
Task Force program as part of the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act of 2009, P.L. 111-5.
    Hate crimes.--The Committee directs the Bureau of Justice 
Assistance (BJA) to assess the feasibility and associated costs 
of establishing a national helpline for victims of hate crimes. 
In addition, the Committee directs NIJ to evaluate trends in 
hate crimes against new immigrants, individuals who are 
perceived to be immigrants, and Hispanic-Americans, and to 
assess the underlying causes behind any increase in hate crimes 
against such groups.
    Forensic science.--The National Research Council report, 
Strengthening Forensic Science in the United States: A Path 
Forward, called for improving the scientific foundations of the 
forensic disciplines, particularly those that are dependent on 
qualitative analyses and expert interpretation of observed 
patterns. The Committee is aware that NIJ has initiated efforts 
to respond to the National Research Council's recommendations, 
and urges NIJ to continue and accelerate those efforts.
    Collaboration among state corrections, alcohol and drug 
abuse, and mental health program directors.--The Committee is 
aware that the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) has worked 
with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services 
Administration (SAMHSA) to support collaboration among the 
Association of State Corrections Administrators (ASCA), the 
National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors 
(NASADAD), and the National Association of State Mental Health 
Program Directors (NASMHPD), and encourages BJA to continue 
efforts to foster such collaboration.
    Threat assessment for state courts.--The Committee is 
concerned about reports of a rising trend in violence and 
threats of violence against State courts and court officials. 
Within the funds provided, the Committee encourages BJA to 
support efforts to establish and maintain threat assessment 
databases, based on core data elements determined by BJA that 
facilitate the collection of uniform data.
    Salaries and expenses.--The Committee provides management 
and administration funding for Justice Assistance programs 
through a salaries and expenses appropriation under OJP. As a 
result, no administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from 
the programs funded from this account.

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $1,328,500,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       728,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     1,312,500,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -16,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................      +584,500,000


    The Committee recommends $1,312,500,000 for State and Local 
Law Enforcement Assistance programs, which is $16,000,000 below 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $584,500,000 above the 
request. For fiscal year 2010, this appropriation includes 
funding for several programs administered by the Office of 
Justice Programs (OJP) that were funded for fiscal year 2009 
through the Office on Violence Against Women and the Office of 
Community Oriented Policing Services.
    The accompanying table details funding recommended for 
these programs:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Program                            Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants.............          $529,000
    National Institute of Justice....................            (5,000)
    State and Local Intelligence Training............            (2,000)
    State criminal justice reform and recidivism                (10,000)
     reduction.......................................
Byrne Discretionary Grants...........................           124,000
Byrne Competitive Grants.............................            40,000
Tribal Assistance....................................            47,000
    Detention facilities.............................           (10,000)
    Courts...........................................           (25,000)
    Alcohol and substance abuse grants...............           (12,000)
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program..............           300,000
Southwest Border Prosecutions........................            30,000
Victims of Trafficking Grants........................            10,000
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment................            30,000
Mentally Ill Offender Act............................            12,000
Drug Courts..........................................            45,000
Prescription Drug Monitoring.........................             7,000
Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution...............            15,000
Justice for All--Capital Litigation/Wrongful                      5,500
 Conviction Review...................................
Missing Alzheimer's Patient Grants...................             2,000
Economic, High-tech and Cybercrime Prevention........            20,000
CASA-Special Advocates...............................            15,000
Training for Judicial Personnel......................             2,500
Stalking Database....................................             3,000
Research on Violence Against Indian Women............             1,000
Training Program to Assist Probation and Parole                   3,500
 Officers............................................
Closed Circuit Television Grants.....................             1,000
Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction.................            15,000
Bullet-Proof Vests...................................            25,000
National Instant Criminal Background Check System                20,000
 grants..............................................
Criminal Records Upgrade.............................            10,000
                                                      ------------------
    Total............................................         1,312,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Edward Byrne memorial justice assistance grant program.--
The Committee recommends $529,000,000 for activities under the 
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program. 
When excluding one-time fiscal year 2009 costs for 
reimbursement of State and local governments for security and 
other expenses related to the presidential transition and 
inauguration, the funding level for this account is $10,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 level and the request. When 
excluding $10,000,000 made available in fiscal year 2010 for 
recidivism reduction activities, funding for Byrne-JAG formula 
grants in fiscal year 2010 is equal to the fiscal year 2009 
level. An additional $2,000,000,000 was provided for this 
program as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 
of 2009, P.L. 111-5.
    Funding under this program is authorized for law 
enforcement programs; prosecution and court programs; 
prevention and education programs; corrections programs, 
including community corrections; drug treatment and enforcement 
programs; planning, evaluation, and technology improvement 
programs; and crime victim and witness programs, other than 
compensation. Funding is not available for luxury items, real 
estate, or construction projects.
    Within the amount provided, $2,000,000 is for intelligence 
training for State and local law enforcement entities; 
$5,000,000 is for the National Institute of Justice to help 
local units of government identify, select, develop, modernize, 
and purchase new technologies for use by law enforcement; and 
$10,000,000 is for technical assistance, incentive grants, and 
other activities in support of comprehensive, evidenced-based 
criminal justice reform and recidivism reduction efforts by 
States.
    The Committee believes that JAG funding should be targeted 
by State and local governments to programs and activities that 
are in conformance with a state-wide, evidenced-based strategic 
plan developed through broad stakeholder involvement. The 
Committee strongly urges State Administering Agencies (SAAs) to 
develop or update existing, statewide plans as soon as 
practicable and to submit those plans to the Attorney General 
for review. The Attorney General shall work with States to 
complete such plans as soon as reasonable and shall make 
technical assistance available to assist States in constructing 
such plans.
    Byrne discretionary grants.--The Committee provides 
$124,000,000 for Byrne discretionary grants to prevent crime, 
improve the criminal justice system, provide victims' services, 
and for other similar activities. The accompanying table 
details funding for congressionally-designated activities, 
which are incorporated by reference in the bill:
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    Byrne competitive grants.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $40,000,000 for competitive, peer-reviewed grants to 
programs of national significance to prevent crime, improve the 
administration of justice or assist victims of crime. An 
additional $225,000,000 was provided for this program as part 
of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, P.L. 
111-5. As part of its portion of the Department's spending 
plan, OJP is directed to detail the criteria and methodology 
that will be used to award grants. It is expected that national 
programs that have previously received funding under the Byrne 
discretionary program and programs for which specific funding 
is designated in this Act will be eligible to compete for 
funding under this competitive grant program.
    Tribal assistance.--The Committee strongly supports efforts 
to help Tribes improve the capacity of their criminal justice 
systems. The Committee recommendation includes $47,000,000 for 
Tribal Assistance, which is $22,000,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 level and the request. Of the total, $10,000,000 is for 
tribal detention facilities, $25,000,000 is for tribal courts, 
and $12,000,000 is for alcohol and substance abuse grants. An 
additional $225,000,000 was provided for tribal detention 
facilities as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment 
Act of 2009, P.L. 111-5. Separate funding for tribal law 
enforcement activities is provided through the Office of 
Community Oriented Policing.
    The Committee directs OJP to coordinate with the Bureau of 
Indian Affairs in the Department of the Interior in developing 
a priority list for detention facility construction, targeting 
tribal areas with the greatest need, and to incorporate the 
priority system into the ranking criteria for grants. The 
Committee also directs OJP to develop a voluntary annual 
training program for tribal court officials and judges to 
promote improvements in tribal judicial systems.
    State criminal alien assistance program (SCAAP).--The 
Committee recommends $300,000,000 for reimbursement to States 
and localities for their costs for incarcerating criminal 
aliens, a decrease of $100,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
level. The Administration proposed the elimination of the 
program.
    Southwest border prosecutions.--The Committee recommends 
$30,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the budget 
request, to provide assistance to State and local law 
enforcement (including prosecutors, probation officers, courts, 
and detention facilities) along the southwest border related to 
the investigation and prosecution of drug and alien cases 
referred from Federal arrests.
    Victims of trafficking.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $10,000,000 for task force activities and services 
related to victims of human trafficking. The Committee is aware 
that the Office for Victims of Crime is considering a 
solicitation for demonstration grants to target minor victims 
of human trafficking that are resident aliens or U.S. citizens. 
The Committee strongly supports this initiative and encourages 
OVC to move forward with the proposed solicitation.
    Residential substance abuse treatment.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $30,000,000 for State prison substance 
abuse treatment programs, an increase of $20,000,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the request. This program 
helps State and local governments develop, implement, and 
improve residential substance abuse treatment programs in 
correctional facilities, and establish and maintain community-
based aftercare services for probationers and parolees.
    Mentally Ill Offender Act.--Mentally Ill Offender Act 
funding helps State and local governments design and implement 
programs, including mental health courts, that improve the 
response of the criminal justice system to offenders with 
mental illness. The Department proposed a combined 
appropriation of $59,000,000 for drug, mental health, and 
problem solving courts, while proposing the elimination of 
separate funding for drug courts and for activities under the 
Mentally Ill Offender Act. Because the Mentally Ill Offender 
Act supports activities other than mental health courts, the 
Committee continues to provide a separate appropriation for 
activities under the Act. The Committee recommendation includes 
$12,000,000 for Mentally Ill Offender Act activities for fiscal 
year 2010, an increase of $2,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
level.
    Drug courts.--The Committee strongly supports drug courts, 
which serve a vital role in the Nation's justice system. By 
providing alternatives to the prosecution and incarceration of 
offenders with substance abuse problems, drug courts help 
rebuild lives, support families, and reduce recidivism and the 
costs of incarceration. The Committee continues to provide a 
separate appropriation for drug courts, recommending 
$45,000,000 for the program for fiscal year 2010, an increase 
of $5,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level. To facilitate 
the use of State clinical treatment standards, discourage 
system fragmentation, promote sustainability, and encourage the 
use of common client level performance and outcomes data, the 
Committee strongly encourages collaboration between drug courts 
and State agencies that oversee substance abuse prevention and 
treatment services.
    Hal Rogers prescription drug monitoring program.--The 
Committee includes $7,000,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 
level and the request, for the Prescription Drug Monitoring 
Program. This program assists States in developing systems to 
monitor prescription drugs and scheduled listed chemical 
products on either an intra-state or inter-state basis. The 
Committee expects OJP to continue working with the Drug 
Enforcement Administration (DEA) to implement this program.
    Prison rape prevention and prosecution.--The Committee 
provides $15,000,000 for grants to prevent, respond to and 
prosecute prison rape, including training, education and 
services to victims. The recommended funding level is an 
increase of $2,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
Administration request.
    Justice for all.--The Committee recommendation includes 
$5,500,000 for capital litigation/wrongful conviction review 
grants, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level, and equal to the 
level proposed by the Department for capital litigation grants. 
Of the amount provided, $2,500,000 is made available for 
capital litigation grants, which improve the quality of 
representation and the reliability of verdicts in local and 
state capital cases through training for prosecutors, defense 
counsel and trial judges. Also within the amount provided, 
$3,000,000 is for competitive grants to public and non-profit 
entities that work to exonerate individuals who have been 
wrongfully convicted.
    Missing Alzheimer's disease patient program.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $2,000,000 for Missing Alzheimer's 
Disease Patient Program grants, equal to the fiscal year 2009 
level. The Department proposed no funding for this program.
    Economic, high-tech and cybercrime prevention.--The 
Committee recommendation includes $20,000,000, an increase of 
$2,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level, for competitive 
grants to State and local law enforcement agencies as 
authorized by the Prioritizing Resources and Organization for 
Intellectual Property Act of 2008, P.L. 110-403. The 
Administration proposed no funding for this program.
    CASA-special advocates.--CASA supports programs designed to 
ensure that abused and neglected children benefit from timely 
and effective representation in dependency court hearings. For 
fiscal year 2010, the Committee provides $15,000,000 for the 
CASA program, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
budget request.
    Training for judicial personnel.--The Committee recommends 
$2,500,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request, for programs to improve the ability of judicial 
personnel to handle child abuse and neglect cases.
    Stalking database.--For grants to upgrade State and local 
protection order systems, the Committee recommends $3,000,000, 
equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the request.
    Research on violence against Indian women.--For 
comprehensive research on violence against Native American 
women, the Committee recommends $1,000,000, equal to the fiscal 
year 2009 level and the request.
    Training program to assist probation and parole officers.--
For training and technical assistance to State, local, and 
tribal jurisdictions to establish comprehensive strategies to 
manage sex offenders under community supervision, the Committee 
recommends $3,500,000, equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and 
the request.
    Closed circuit television grants.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $1,000,000 for closed circuit 
television grants for televised testimony, equal to the fiscal 
year 2009 level. The Department proposed no funding for this 
program.
    Violent gangs and gun crimes.--The Committee recommends 
$15,000,000 for competitive grants to State and local law 
enforcement agencies to combat violent crime, with special 
emphasis on areas plagued by violent gangs. This amount is 
equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the request.
    Bulletproof vests.--The Committee provides $25,000,000 to 
assist State and local law enforcement agencies in purchasing 
bullet and stab resistant vests, equal to the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the request.
    NICS Improvement Amendments Act of 2007.--The Committee 
includes $20,000,000 for grants to assist States and tribal 
governments in updating the National Instant Criminal 
Background Check System with the criminal history and mental 
health records of individuals who are precluded from purchasing 
or possessing guns. This amount is an increase of $10,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 level and the request.
    Criminal history record upgrades.--In addition to the funds 
provided for NICS grants, the Committee includes $10,000,000 
for grants to ensure that accurate criminal history records are 
available for use in law enforcement. This program helps States 
build their infrastructure to connect to national record check 
systems, both to supply information and to conduct the 
requisite checks. This amount is equal to the fiscal year 2009 
level and the request.
    National Motor Vehicle Title Information System.--The 
Committee is aware that planned enhancements to the National 
Motor Vehicle Title Information System will require additional 
funding sources beyond the current fee structure. OJP is 
encouraged to work with the American Association of Motor 
Vehicle Administrators, which operates the system, on options 
for funding those enhancements.
    Salaries and expenses.--As in fiscal year 2009, the 
Committee provides management and administration funding for 
OJP and other grant offices through a salaries and expenses 
appropriation under OJP. As a result, no administrative 
overhead costs shall be deducted from the programs funded from 
this account.

                       WEED AND SEED PROGRAM FUND




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $25,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        25,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        15,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -10,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -10,000,000


    The Committee recommends $15,000,000 for the Weed and Seed 
Program, which is $10,000,000 less than the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the request.

                       JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $374,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       317,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       385,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +11,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +68,000,000


    The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention 
(OJJDP) was established to provide Federal leadership, 
coordination, and resources to prevent and respond to juvenile 
delinquency and victimization. OJJDP is responsible for 
supporting States, Tribes, and communities in their efforts to 
develop and implement effective and coordinated prevention and 
intervention programs and to improve the juvenile justice 
system so that it protects public safety, holds offenders 
accountable, and provides treatment and rehabilitative services 
tailored to the needs of juveniles and their families.
    The Committee recommends $385,000,000 for Juvenile Justice 
Programs, which is $68,000,000 above the request and 
$11,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level. The accompanying 
table details funding recommended for these programs.

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Program                            Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Part B--State Formula...............................            $75,000
Part E--Challenge Grants--Demonstration Projects....             68,000
Youth Mentoring Grants..............................             80,000
Title V--Incentive Grants...........................             62,000
    Tribal Youth....................................            (25,000)
    Gang Prevention.................................            (10,000)
    Alcohol Prevention..............................            (25,000)
Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse Program             20,000
Juvenile Accountability Block Grants................             55,000
Community-Based Violence Prevention Initiative......             18,000
Safe Start..........................................              7,000
                                                     -------------------
      Total.........................................            385,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Part B--State formula grants.--The Committee provides 
$75,000,000 for grants to implement comprehensive State 
juvenile justice plans, including community-based prevention 
and intervention programs and activities for juvenile 
offenders. This amount is equal to the fiscal year 2009 level 
and the request.
    Part E--discretionary grants.--The Committee includes 
$68,000,000 for Part E discretionary grants for activities 
related to juvenile justice and at-risk youth. The accompanying 
table provides amounts for congressionally-designated 
activities, which are incorporated by reference in the bill.
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    Youth mentoring grants.--To support the critical work of 
national, regional and local organizations in nurturing and 
mentoring at risk children and youth, the Committee recommends 
$80,000,000 for competitive, peer-reviewed youth mentoring 
grants. As part of its portion of the departmental spending 
plan, OJJDP is directed to detail the criteria and methodology 
that will be used to award these grants. It is expected that 
national programs that have received funding under the Byrne 
discretionary program or the Juvenile Justice Part E program 
will be eligible for funding under this competitive grant 
program. This funding level is equal to the fiscal year 2009 
level and the request.
    Title V--Incentive grants.--The Committee provides 
$62,000,000 for community-based delinquency prevention grants, 
equal to the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the request. 
Within funds provided, $25,000,000 is for tribal youth 
delinquency prevention programs, $10,000,000 is for gang 
prevention education and training, and $25,000,000 is 
activities related to the enforcement of underage drinking 
laws. These amounts are equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and 
the request.
    Investigation and prosecution of child abuse program.--The 
Committee recommends $20,000,000 for programs authorized under 
the Victims of Child Abuse Act, including grants to provide 
technical assistance and training to professionals involved in 
investigating, prosecuting, and treating child abuse. This 
funding level is equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request.
    Juvenile accountability block grants.--The Committee 
provides $55,000,000 for grants to support State and local 
government efforts to combat serious and violent juvenile 
crime. This funding level is equal to the budget request and 
the fiscal year 2009 level.
    Community-based violence prevention initiatives.--The 
Committee provides $18,000,000 for community-based strategies 
that focus on street-level outreach, conflict mediation, and 
the changing of community norms to reduce violence.
    Safe start.--The Committee recommendation includes 
$7,000,000 for the Safe Start Initiative, which helps prevent 
and reduce the impact of children's exposure to violence in 
both the home and the community. The Department had proposed 
funding for this program through the Office on Violence Against 
Women.
    Mental health services for youth in foster care.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of improving the quality of 
mental health services for youth in foster care or who have 
been adopted from foster care, and encourages OJJDP to work 
with the Administration for Children and Families at the 
Department of Health and Human Services and non-profit 
organization with expertise on the mental health needs of such 
children when developing and implementing related programs.
    Child exploitation prevention and interdiction.--The 
Committee notes that the Protect Our Children Act (P.L. 110-
401) directs the Attorney General to designate a senior 
departmental official to coordinate the development of a 
national strategy for child exploitation prevention and 
interdiction. The Committee urges the Attorney General to 
designate such an official as soon as possible.
    Salaries and expenses.--The Committee provides management 
and administrative funding for Department of Justice grant 
offices through a salaries and expenses appropriation under 
OJP. As a result, no administrative overhead costs shall be 
deducted from the programs funded from this account.
    Reprogramming of prior year funds.--Funds appropriated in 
Public Law 111-8, Division B--Commerce, Justice, Science, and 
Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2009, under the heading 
Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Juvenile 
Justice, Part E-discretionary grants, to Allegheny County for 
an after-school initiative at the Harrison Township Community 
Center is reprogrammed to the Allegheny County Housing 
authority for the same purpose.

                    PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS BENEFITS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $119,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        70,100,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        70,100,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -49,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Public Safety Officers Benefits (PSOB) program provides 
benefits to public safety officers who are severely injured in 
the line of duty and to the families and survivors of public 
safety officers whose death was the direct and proximate result 
of an injury sustained in the line of duty.
    The Committee includes $70,100,000 for PSOB, which is 
$49,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal 
to the request. Within funds provided, $61,000,000 is for death 
benefits for survivors, an amount estimated by the 
Congressional Budget Office that is considered mandatory for 
scorekeeping purposes. The Committee also recommends 
$9,100,000, as requested, for disability and education benefits 
for injured officers.

                  Community Oriented Policing Services





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $550,500,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       761,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       802,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +251,500,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +41,000,000


    The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) 
was established to assist State and local law enforcement 
agencies through grants, training and technical assistance to 
prevent and combat crime in communities across the Nation. The 
Committee recommends $802,000,000 for COPS programs, which is 
$251,500,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$41,000,000 above the request.
    The Committee directs COPS, as part of the Department's 
spending plan for fiscal year 2010, to provide details of its 
planned training and technical assistance (T&TA) activities and 
research and statistics activities. The spending plan shall 
differentiate those activities performed via grant, cooperative 
agreement, interagency agreement, under contract, and performed 
directly by COPS. In addition, the Committee directs the 
Department, as part of the fiscal year 2011 budget submission, 
to provide details regarding T&TA activities and research and 
statistics activities planned by COPS for fiscal year 2011.
    The accompanying table details funding recommended for COPS 
programs for fiscal year 2010:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Program                            Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
COPS Hiring Program.................................           $298,000
COPS Technology and Interoperability................            123,000
Meth Hot Spots......................................             32,000
    Transfer to DEA.................................            (10,000)
    Tribal meth enforcement grants..................             (5,000)
Tribal Law Enforcement..............................             40,000
DNA Backlog Reduction...............................            151,000
    Debbie Smith DNA Backlog grants.................           (146,000)
    Post Conviction DNA Testing grants..............             (5,000)
Second Chance Act/Offender Re-entry.................            100,000
    Adult and Juvenile Offender Reentry                         (37,000)
     Demonstration Grants...........................
    State, tribal and local reentry courts..........            (10,000)
    Grants for family-based substance abuse                      (7,500)
     treatment......................................
    Evaluate and improve education at prisons/jails/             (2,500)
     juvenile facilities............................
    Technology careers training demonstration grants             (5,000)
    Offender reentry substance abuse and criminal               (13,000)
     justice collaboration..........................
    Offender mentoring and transitional services....            (15,000)
    Prisoner reentry research.......................            (10,000)
Child Sexual Predator Elimination/Sex Offender                   28,000
 Management.........................................
    Sex Offender Management.........................            (15,000)
    National Sex Offender Registry..................             (1,000)
Secure Our Schools Act..............................             16,000
Community Policing Development......................             14,000
                                                     -------------------
      Total.........................................            802,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    COPS Hiring Program.--The Committee recommends $298,000,000 
for the COPS universal hiring program. These grants are 
available to State, local, and tribal governments for the 
hiring and rehiring of additional career law enforcement 
officers for deployment in community-oriented policing across 
the nation. An additional $1,000,000,000 was provided for this 
program as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 
of 2009, P.L. 111-5.
    Law enforcement technologies and interoperable 
communications.--The Committee includes $123,000,000 for grants 
to State, local, and tribal law enforcement to develop and 
acquire effective technologies and interoperable communications 
that assist in the prevention and response to crime. COPS is 
directed to ensure that all equipment funded under this program 
meets the requirements of the National Institute of Standards 
and Technology Office of Law Enforcement Standards. The 
accompanying table details funding for congressionally-
designated activities, which are incorporated by reference in 
the bill:
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    Methamphetamine enforcement and clean-up.--The production, 
trafficking, and abuse of methamphetamine--an extremely 
destructive and addictive drug--continues to be a serious 
national problem. The Committee recommends $32,000,000 for 
activities to address public safety and methamphetamine 
manufacturing, sale, and use in ``hot spots.'' Within the funds 
provided, the Committee includes $10,000,000 for transfer to 
the Drug Enforcement Administration to assist State, local and 
tribal law enforcement agencies with the proper removal and 
disposal of hazardous materials at clandestine methamphetamine 
labs, including funds for training, technical assistance, a 
container program, and purchase of equipment.
    Also within the total, the Committee provides $5,000,000 
for tribal methamphetamine enforcement activities. COPS is 
directed to consult with tribal governments on the distribution 
of these funds to ensure that they are targeted to areas with 
the greatest need.
    The accompanying table details funding for congressionally-
designated activities related to methamphetamine enforcement, 
which are incorporated by reference in the bill:
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    DNA analysis grants.--The Committee recommends $151,000,000 
for grants to strengthen State and local government DNA 
collection and analysis systems, which can be vital to 
successfully prosecuting the guilty and protecting the innocent 
from wrongful conviction. This funding level is equal to the 
request and $5,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level. Within the funds provided, $146,000,000 is for Debbie 
Smith DNA backlog reduction grants, and $5,000,000 is for post-
conviction DNA testing grants.
    Second Chance Act programs.--The Committee strongly 
supports efforts to improve and strengthen programs that 
facilitate the successful reentry of prisoners into communities 
following incarceration. The Commerce, Justice, Science and 
Related Agencies Subcommittee conducted a series of hearings on 
effective prisoner reentry programs and the state of research 
on ``what works'' for prisoner reentry. The lessons learned 
from those hearings are that investments in prisoner reentry 
program demonstrations and research are critical to making 
prisoner reentry more successful and reducing the rate of 
recidivism, and that successful prisoner reentry can 
significantly reduce the personal, social and economic costs 
associated with crime and incarceration. The hearings also made 
clear that, in order to have a significant impact on reducing 
recidivism, prisoner reentry efforts must be coordinated at the 
State level, based on comprehensive plans developed through 
input from a broad array of stakeholders.
    The Committee recommends $100,000,000 for activities 
authorized under the Second Chance Act of 2007 (P.L. 110-199) 
to reduce criminal recidivism, which is $75,000,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the request. The 
Committee strongly urges the Attorney General to establish the 
Interagency Task Force on Federal Programs and Activities 
Relating to the Reentry of Offenders into the Community, as 
envisioned by the Second Chance Act. The Committee includes 
bill language authorizing the Attorney General to waive the 
matching requirements for Adult and Juvenile Reentry 
Demonstration Projects grants awarded in fiscal year 2010.
    Tribal law enforcement.--The Committee provides $40,000,000 
for the hiring, equipping, and training of tribal law 
enforcement officers, $20,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
level and the request. The Committee provides additional 
funding for Tribes through the State and Local Law Enforcement 
Assistance appropriation under the Office of Justice Programs 
(OJP).
    Child sexual predator elimination/sex offender 
management.--The Committee provides $28,000,000 for assistance 
to State, tribal, and local law enforcement to locate, arrest, 
and prosecute child sexual predators and exploiters, and to 
enforce sex offender registration laws. Of the total, 
$1,000,000 is for the National Sex Offender Public Registry and 
$15,000,000 is for sex offender management assistance (SOMA). 
The increase of $10,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level for SOMA activities is intended for assistance to tribal 
and other law enforcement entities with the greatest need for 
such assistance.
    Secure Our Schools Act.--The recommendation includes 
$16,000,000 for grants to schools for equipment such as metal 
detectors, locks, lighting and other deterrent measures; 
security assessments; security training of personnel and 
students; and coordination with local law enforcement agencies. 
This amount is equal to the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
request.
    Community Policing Development.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $14,000,000 for community policing 
development activities, including training and technical 
assistance and the Police Integrity Initiative, which is an 
increase of $10,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and $2,000,000 below the request.
    Salaries and Expenses.--As in fiscal year 2009, the 
Committee provides management and administration funding for 
the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services through a 
salaries and expenses appropriation under OJP. As a result, no 
administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from the 
programs funded from this account.
    Reprogramming of prior year funds.--Funds appropriated in 
Public Law 111-8, Division B--Commerce, Justice, Science, and 
Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2009, under the heading 
Department of Justice, Community Oriented Policing Services, 
Methamphetamine Enforcement and Clean-up, to the Blount, 
Dekalb, Etowah, Marshall, Marion, Morgan, Pickens, Walker 
Counties, Alabama Drug Task Forces for the Anti-Methamphetamine 
Project are reprogrammed to the Etowah County Drug Enforcement 
Unit for the Dekalb, Etowah, Marshall, Marion, Morgan, Pickens, 
Walker Counties, Alabama Drug Task Forces and the Blount County 
Sheriff's Department.
    Funds appropriated in Public Law 111-8, Division B--
Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations 
Act, 2009, under the heading Department of Justice, Community 
Oriented Policing Services, Law enforcement technologies and 
interoperable communications, for technology upgrades for 
Southside Virginia law enforcement are reprogrammed to the 
Sheriffs' Offices of Pittsylvania, Cumberland, Bedford, Henry, 
Brunswick, Campbell, and Greene Counties in Virginia and the 
Sheriff's Office of the City of Martinsville, Virginia for law 
enforcement technology.

               General Provisions--Department of Justice

    The Committee has included the following general provisions 
for the Department of Justice in this bill:
    Section 201 makes available additional reception and 
representation funding for the Attorney General from the 
amounts provided in this title.
    Section 202 prohibits the use of funds to pay for an 
abortion, except in the case of rape or to preserve the life of 
the mother.
    Section 203 prohibits the use of funds to require any 
person to perform or facilitate the performance of an abortion.
    Section 204 establishes the obligation of the Director of 
the Bureau of Prisons to provide escort services to inmates 
receiving an abortion outside of a Federal facility, except 
where this obligation conflicts with the preceding section.
    Section 205 establishes the Committee's requirements and 
procedures for transfer proposals.
    Section 206 authorizes the Attorney General to extend an 
ongoing Personnel Management Demonstration Project.
    Section 207 extends specified authorities to the Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for undercover 
operations.
    Section 208 prohibits the use of funds for transporting 
prisoners classified as maximum or high security, other than to 
a facility certified by the Bureau of Prisons as appropriately 
secure.
    Section 209 prohibits the use of funds for the purchase or 
rental by Federal prisons of audiovisual equipment, services 
and materials used primarily for recreational purposes, except 
for those items and services needed for inmate training, 
religious, or educational purposes.
    Section 210 requires review by the Deputy Attorney General 
and the Department Investment Review Board prior to the 
obligation or expenditure of funds for major information 
technology projects.
    Section 211 requires the Department to follow reprogramming 
procedures prior to any deviation from the program amounts 
specified in this title or the reuse of deobligated funds 
provided in previous years.
    Section 212 prohibits the use of funds for A-76 
competitions for work performed by employees of the Bureau of 
Prisons or Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
    Section 213 prohibits the use of funds to pay the salary, 
benefits or expenses of a U.S. Attorney performing dual duties 
that exempt that U.S. Attorney from established residency 
requirements.
    Section 214 prohibits the use of funds for future phases of 
the Sentinel program until the AG certifies that work on 
existing phases has been substantially completed under a 
validated performance baseline.
    Section 215 permits the use of up to one percent of formula 
grant funds made available to the Office of Justice Programs 
for research or statistical purposes, and permits the use of up 
to three percent of funds made available to that office for 
training and technical assistance.
    Section 216 gives the AG authority to waive matching 
requirements for Second Chance Act adult and juvenile reentry 
demonstration projects.
    Section 217 makes permanent retention and relocation bonus 
authorities previously provided to the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation.
    Section 218 extends foreign language proficiency pay 
authorities to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

                           TITLE III--SCIENCE

    This title includes funding for the Office of Science and 
Technology Policy (OSTP), the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration (NASA), and the National Science Foundation 
(NSF), though science funding in this Bill extends beyond this 
title. Two major research agencies within the Department of 
Commerce--the National Institute of Standards and Technology 
(NIST) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 
(NOAA)--are funded in title I of this bill. Science and 
engineering also are of increasing importance in law 
enforcement and commercial activity. In total, the bill 
provides $30,571,851,000 in science and technology investments, 
an increase of $1,049,255,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level.
    In the late 1990s, Congress and the Administration 
cooperated to double annual federal spending for the National 
Institutes of Health. Following recommendations in the Rising 
Above the Gathering Storm report of the National Academy of 
Sciences, the Congress passed the America Competes Act 
recognizing the need to double the budgets for NSF, NIST, and 
the Department of Energy Office of Science. This year in 
testimony before this Committee, leaders from the science and 
engineering communities made clear that NASA science and NOAA 
research merit similar increases. Accordingly, increases are 
recommended over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level for 
research at NSF, NIST, NASA, and NOAA--with increases above the 
requests for NOAA research and select areas of NASA.
    The challenge of anthropogenic climate change confronts the 
Nation today. Increased research through the programs of NOAA 
is needed to strengthen the foundation for NOAA's leadership 
role in climate, and the Earth Science program within NASA 
plays a critical role in support of NOAA in developing and 
demonstrating new modeling, analysis and measurement techniques 
while contributing to the overall climate change science 
program.
    In testimony before this Committee, Dr. Lennard Fisk, 
former NASA Associate Administrator for Space Science and 
Applications, stated that the termination of NASA funding for 
microgravity research--research that can only be done in 
orbit--has devastated this area of research in the United 
States. Given the substantial investment in the International 
Space Station where much of this research would take place, 
funding is recommended to resurrect this research program 
within funds to be appropriated to NASA.
    In testimony before the Committee on science education, it 
was stated that most children decide to be interested in 
pursuing science, engineering or math by age 10 or so. 
Inspiring interest in young minds requires them to have 
opportunities to come in contact with research and engineering, 
to take measurements and think creatively and analytically in a 
scientific fashion and to gain a sense of wonder at the 
physical and intellectual adventure involved and the 
contributions science and engineering make in today's world. 
Accordingly, increases above the budget request are included to 
strengthen NSF, NOAA and NASA education programs.

                   Executive Office of the President


                Office of Science and Technology Policy





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $5,303,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         6,154,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         7,154,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,851,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +1,000,000


    The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) is 
essential to the restoration of science to its proper place in 
the formulation of policy and the operations of the federal 
government. The Committee recommendation is $1,851,000 above 
the amount appropriated for fiscal year 2009 and $1,000,000 
above the budget request. This increase is provided to ensure 
that OSTP has adequate staff to fulfill key requirements in the 
coming year.
    OSTP is directed to develop a plan for achieving and 
sustaining global Earth observations in collaboration with 
NOAA, NSF, NASA, USGS, the Department of Energy and other 
appropriate agencies and in consultation with the Earth science 
community, and to direct implementation of this Earth 
observations plan as called for in the National Academy of 
Sciences report Earth Science and Applications from Space: 
National Imperatives for the Next Decade and Beyond. This plan 
should include satellite, suborbital, ground- and ocean-based 
observations and be delivered to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House and Senate no later than April 1, 
2010.
    The Committee anticipates that OSTP will need to provide 
leadership and active coordination on hydrology research and 
water resources, understanding terrestrial managed and 
unmanaged ecosystems and their role in climate change, 
nanotechnology, including its societal dimensions, and science, 
technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Each 
of these areas involves significant activities of multiple 
departments and agencies.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) 
was established by the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 
1958, as amended, to:
          (1) plan, direct and conduct aeronautical and space 
        activities;
          (2) arrange for participation by the scientific 
        community in planning scientific measurements and 
        observations to be made through use of aeronautical and 
        space vehicles, and conduct or arrange for the conduct 
        of such measurements and observations;
          (3) provide for the widest practicable and 
        appropriate dissemination of information concerning its 
        activities and the results thereof;
          (4) seek and encourage, to the maximum extent 
        possible, the fullest commercial use of space;
          (5) encourage and provide the Federal government use 
        of commercially provided space services and hardware, 
        consistent with the requirements of the Federal 
        government; and
          (6) carry out a comprehensive program of research, 
        technology, and monitoring of the phenomena of upper 
        atmosphere as to provide for an understanding of and to 
        maintain the chemical and physical integrity of the 
        Earth's atmosphere.
The Act calls on NASA to expand human knowledge; develop and 
operate advanced aeronautical and space-faring vehicles; 
encourage commercial use of space; exchange with other U.S. 
agencies findings useful to each other to maximize research 
results; cooperate with other nations in research and 
applications; and preserve U.S. preeminence in aeronautics and 
space. NASA's unique mission is to pioneer the future in space 
exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.
    Programs and activities undertaken by NASA were last 
authorized in fiscal year 2009. An authorization for fiscal 
year 2010 is not yet enacted.
    Investments in NASA.--Properly structured, NASA's programs 
can contribute to an improved quality of life, economic 
vitality, U.S. leadership in peaceful cooperation with other 
nations on challenging undertakings in science and technology, 
national security and the advancement of knowledge. Investments 
in NASA's programs promote research and development and support 
the competitiveness of the United States. For 50 years, the 
investments in NASA have facilitated the transfer of NASA 
technology to the private sector, benefiting global competition 
and the economy. The resulting commercialization has 
contributed to the development of commercial products and 
services in the fields of health and medicine, industry, 
consumer goods, transportation, public safety, computer 
technology, and environmental resources. In addition, NASA's 
view from space brings science to bear on national priorities 
like improved predictions of climate, weather and natural 
hazards, which have corresponding implications for commerce and 
the human condition.
    Moreover, as noted previously in this report, Dr. Ralph 
Cicerone and Dr. Lennard Fisk both stated in testimony before 
the Subcommittee that NASA's science activities are not 
markedly different or less important than other science 
disciplines funded by the NSF and NIST, and that there was 
little reason for their exclusion from the doubling path 
envisioned for those agencies in the America Competes Act. The 
Committee's recommendation reflects this sentiment and 
continues to invest in NASA's science activities.

                             AGENCY SUMMARY

    The Committee recommendation includes $18,203,300 for NASA, 
$482,700,000 below the request and $420,915,000 above the 
comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted level. Funding included in 
this Act provides for continued efforts to fly the Shuttle as 
safely as possible until its retirement in 2010; to complete 
the international space station; continue to advance human 
space flight activities; to advance knowledge in the 
fundamental disciplines of aeronautics and develop technologies 
for safer aircraft and higher capacity traffic air systems; to 
further understanding of Earth, its climate and global 
environment, the connections among the other planets and the 
Sun, and the origin and evolution of planetary systems and the 
origin and distribution of life in the universe; and to inspire 
and educate students at all levels to pursue careers in the 
fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
    NASA's appropriations are now arrayed in multiple 
appropriations accounts rather than in three accounts as in 
previous years. Beginning in fiscal year 2009, budgets for 
NASA's programs and projects are requested and appropriated 
only in terms of direct cost, and not the additional indirect 
costs associated with operating NASA's centers, safety and 
mission success, and Agency management and operations. The 
direct budgets continue to reflect labor and travel costs 
associated with each program and project. The indirect costs 
are now budgeted solely within the Cross Agency Support 
account, and not in NASA's programs and projects. This change 
was the result of the Committee's continuing endeavors to 
provide greater transparency to NASA's stakeholders and improve 
program estimates, costs, review and oversight. The Committee 
continues these efforts as is evidenced in the recommendations 
herein.
    Financial management.--The Committee remains concerned 
about NASA's management of its budget, as well as its financial 
recordkeeping and reporting. Fiscal year 2002 was the last year 
NASA was able to produce an annual financial statement that 
could be audited by its independent accountants. For fiscal 
years 2003 through 2008, the accountants were unable to find 
sufficient evidentiary support for amounts presented in NASA's 
financial statements, including the combined statements of 
budgetary resources--which are supposed to present accurate 
budget execution data. Recent reports by Committee staff have 
found additional disquieting evidence concerning NASA's 
financial management. As discussed in the explanatory statement 
accompanying the 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act, a review of 
NASA's leasing and collections authority found that NASA's 
implementation of the authority lacked transparency and that 
NASA was not effectively managing and accounting for leasing 
receipts. An April 2009 report by the staff found that NASA was 
improperly administering its authority to convert funds for 
construction projects to no-year availability by apportioning 
these funds as no-year dollars before initial obligations on 
construction projects, ignoring provisions in law that the 
conversion be preceded by an initial obligation. The report 
also found that the amount allocated to construction in NASA's 
annual operating plans often substantially exceeds the amount 
justified in NASA's budget estimates. Many of the construction 
projects included in the operating plans, but not the budget 
estimates, are of such scale that NASA clearly must have been 
aware of the projects at the time it formulated its estimates. 
A second April 2009 report found that, although NASA has 
improved its obligation rate in response to the Committee's 
concerns, many NASA programs did not match this obligation rate 
with a commensurate improvement in accrual of costs and 
outlays. The report also found that NASA's obligation rate may 
be overstated because of non-transparent reserve practices and 
because it deobligates and recovers significant amounts of 
prior year obligated balances.
    To address these issues, the Committee recommends several 
changes to NASA's appropriation. The Committee recommendation:
          
 consolidates all programmatic and 
        institutional construction and environmental compliance 
        and remediation activities into a new account, for 
        which the period of availability would extend for five 
        years;
          
 subjects expenditures planned from the 
        collection of enhanced use lease receipts to an annual 
        appropriations limitation first enacted in fiscal year 
        2009;
          
 limits funding for the Cross Agency Support 
        and Inspector General accounts to be available for one 
        year, reflecting the administrative nature of these 
        accounts;
          
 limits most funding in NASA's operating 
        accounts (Aeronautics Exploration, Science, and Space 
        Operations) to one-year, while providing an allowance 
        of ten percent in each account as two-year funding, 
        recognizing historical obligation data and that cutting 
        edge aeronautics and space research and development 
        involves an element of uncertainty; and
          
 fully funds Center administrative activities 
        in the consolidated Cross Agency Support account, 
        realigning the remaining FTE currently being charged to 
        programmatic accounts.
    Construction.--The Committee proposes establishment of a 
new construction account to fund all institutional and 
programmatic construction. As shown in the Committee's review, 
the longstanding arrangement of funding construction within 
other accounts without specifying an amount for construction 
has resulted in a lack of discipline in NASA's planning for 
programmatic construction and a lack of transparency in 
presenting and justifying construction projects. The new 
account will fund discrete construction projects, minor 
revitalization and construction projects, facility planning and 
design, demolition, and environmental compliance and 
restoration. Appropriated funds shall be available for five 
years, as requested.
    Limitation on expenses associated with enhanced use lease 
receipts.--The Committee has continued a provision capping the 
expenditure of enhanced use lease (EUL) gross receipts and 
collections in fiscal year 2010 at $0 and requiring NASA to 
include a separate accounting for and justification of its EUL 
collections and proposed expenditures in its annual budget 
justification. The justification shall include a separate 
accounting by Center of gross receipts and collections and 
shall include a detailed presentation of all proposed 
expenditures by Center, to include but not limited to full-time 
equivalent (FTE) staff years and object class data, and 
justification for such proposed expenditures by project or 
activity.
    One-year availability for Cross Agency Support and 
Inspector General accounts.--The Committee proposes that 
funding for the cross agency support (CAS) and Office of 
Inspector General accounts be available for one-year, as 
opposed to two years provided in the 2009 Omnibus 
Appropriations Act. In the realigned NASA budget structure that 
was adopted in fiscal year 2009, these appropriations are 
primarily for administrative salaries and expenses activities. 
According to the object class table presented in the Appendix 
to the 2010 budget, fully one-third of the CAS account is for 
pay and benefits for Federal employees. Much of the balance of 
the account is for administrative functions, such as operation 
and maintenance of equipment and facilities. In fiscal year 
2008, center management and operations and corporate general & 
administrative costs (then funded as overhead, but now in CAS) 
obligated all but $33,400,000 of $2,600,000,000 in new budget 
authority, an obligation rate of 99 percent.
    Limited two-year availability for NASA's operating 
accounts.--The Committee proposes that most funding in NASA's 
operating accounts (Aeronautics, Exploration, Science and Space 
Operations) be available for one year, with an allowance of 10 
percent in each account as two-year funding. The Committee 
recognizes that cutting edge aeronautics and space research and 
development involves an element of uncertainty. Even with the 
best planning and management, unexpected technical and 
operational setbacks may force obligation delays. However, in 
2008 NASA demonstrated an ability to obligate 95 percent or 
more of the new budget authority in the missions that are now 
included in the four operating accounts. Similarly, for the 
period 1998 through 2002, NASA's carryover was consistently 
below six percent. From 2003 through 2007 NASA appears to have 
lost focus on financial management. In fiscal year 2007, the 
obligation rate for some missions was as low as 81 to 82 
percent. Funding the operating accounts with primarily one-year 
funding will encourage NASA to maintain financial discipline. 
It will also encourage NASA to carefully examine its reserve 
and recovery practices, to ensure that obligated funds are in 
fact applied to accomplish the work for which they were 
appropriated. At the same time, the allowance of a reasonable 
amount for two-year funding, together with the continued 
availability of transfer and reprogramming authority, will 
allow NASA to address unexpected developments.
    Administrative activities.--The realignment of NASA's 
budget structure required by the fiscal year 2008 Omnibus 
Appropriations Act was intended to improve the transparency of 
NASA's budget by separately funding programmatic and 
administrative activities. It was the Committee's intent that 
the Cross Agency Support account fully fund Center 
administrative activities, including human resources, financial 
management, procurement, facilities operations, information 
technology services, and public affairs. As the 2009 budget is 
being executed by NASA, it appears that significant numbers of 
Center FTE in these administrative areas are being charged to 
programmatic accounts.
    NASA's Office of Program and Institutional Integration 
(OPPI) has developed Center Management and Operations ``Content 
Definitions.'' These definitions specify the core functions 
that all of NASA's nine field Centers should provide to 
programs. The Committee directs that, for fiscal 2011, NASA 
realign the CAS budget to fully fund the Center administrative 
functions specified in OPPI's content definitions, including 
all human resources, financial management, procurement, 
facilities operations, information technology services, and 
public affairs personnel. To the extent that NASA believes that 
this realignment requires transfer of funding from programmatic 
accounts, NASA's budget estimate shall specify by mission, 
theme and program the amounts proposed to be transferred and 
the number and job series of FTE associated with these amounts. 
For fiscal year 2010, the Committee proposes to transfer these 
administrative FTE from the program accounts to Center 
management and operations within the CAS account, as follows:




Realign SMD administrative activities to CAS..........      -$24,266,000
Realign ARMD administrative activities to CAS.........        -5,982,000
Realign ESMD administrative activities to CAS.........       -33,457,000
Realign SOMD administrative activities to CAS.........       -33,771,000
Realign EMD administrative activities to CAS..........        -1,254,000
    Net adjustment to CAS.............................       +98,730,000


    Reporting of cost, schedule and content for NASA research 
and development projects.--To better understand the underlying 
issues common to NASA's performance on major projects and to 
develop a process for identifying corrective action, the Fiscal 
Year 2008 Consolidated Appropriations Act mandated the 
Government Accountability Office to report on the status of 
large-scale NASA programs, projects and activities. The 
Committee expects this report to be delivered to the Congress 
semiannually, the first of which was delivered in March 2009. 
The Committee anticipates this annual report in advance of the 
annual budget submission of the President. To that end, the 
Committee directs NASA to cooperate fully and to provide timely 
program analysis, evaluation data and relevant information to 
the GAO so that it can conduct this review and meet the annual 
Congressional mandate. Such information includes, but is not 
limited to, copies of preliminary cost estimates, access to 
relevant online agency applications, databases, and web 
portals, and access to information from contractor and agency 
personnel.
    Breach reporting.--Pursuant to section 108 of Public Law 
109-155, the NASA Authorization Act of 2005, NASA is required 
to deliver several reports to the appropriate authorizing 
committees when project costs grow in excess of certain 
thresholds. The Committee expects that NASA submit concurrently 
to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations the 
reports required by section 108 of Public Law 109-155.
    Monthly reports.--To improve the usefulness of monthly 
reports on obligations and disbursements required by section 
525(b) of the fiscal year 2008 Omnibus Appropriations Act, NASA 
is directed to include in the funding that it reports as 
available not only new budget authority, but also carryover and 
recoveries. Specifically, on November 20, 2009, and on the 15th 
business day of each month thereafter, the Administrator of 
NASA shall report in writing to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House and Senate detailed financial 
information on the execution of the Administration's budget for 
the preceding month and for the fiscal year to date. Each 
report shall provide information on the appropriation for the 
fiscal year, available carryover of prior year appropriations 
and recoveries of prior year obligated balances, obligations 
and cost incurred against, and outlays made from, the 
appropriation for the year and carryover and recoveries, 
presented by (1) appropriation account, (2) theme, (3) program 
or project, (4) Center, and (5) object class, as well as any 
other financial information requested by the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House and Senate.
    Reserves reporting.--NASA is directed to include in its 
budget justification the reserve assumed by NASA to be 
necessary within the amount proposed for each directorate, 
theme, program, project and activity, or, if the proposed 
funding level for a directorate, theme, program, project or 
activity is based on confidence level budgeting, the confidence 
level assumed in the proposed funding level. Maintaining a 
reserve during the course of a fiscal year may be prudent 
management. However, the recent staff report found that some 
programs maintain large reserves and that there is limited 
central oversight of program-level reserves. This directive 
seeks to encourage more consistency in reserve practices and 
provide for the oversight of the reasonableness of reserve 
assumptions during consideration of NASA's budget.
    Reprogramming procedures.--As noted earlier in this report, 
the Committee continues to have a particular interest in being 
fully informed of reprogrammings which, although they may not 
change either the total amount available in an account or the 
general purposes for which the funds are available, represent a 
departure from the explicit budget plans presented within the 
annual congressional justifications and approved or modified by 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations through the 
annual appropriations process. The Committee is concerned that 
movements of funds above the de minimis levels specified in 
section 505 of this Act may be occurring without Congressional 
notification. That section requires notification to the House 
and Senate Committees on Appropriations of deviations from the 
budgeted and appropriated levels specified for all programs, 
projects and activities. To clarify the level at which 
reprogramming actions are to be measured, the Committee has 
chosen to include by mission directorate a summary table 
delineating each program, project and activity against which 
the reprogramming thresholds are to be measured. This display 
in no way curtails NASA's current flexibility in managing its 
diverse portfolio of research and development and operational 
programs. Rather, it will require NASA to inform the Committee 
on any deviations, subject to the thresholds specified in 
section 505 of this Act, from the levels explicit in the 
agency's budget justification, as adjusted for congressional 
action, as shown in the accompanying summary table. The 
Committee's recommendation for NASA is delineated more fully in 
the table below and in the following account summaries.

 PROGRAMS, PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES OF THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE
                             ADMINISTRATION
                          [Dollars in millions]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Recommended
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Science Mission Directorate:
    Earth Science:
        Earth Science Research........................            $429.5
            Earth Science Research and Analysis.......             313.7
            Computing and Management..................             115.8
        Earth Systematic Missions.....................             730.5
            Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM)....             159.5
            Glory Mission.............................              27.1
            Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM)....             120.6
            NPOESS Preparatory Project (NPP)..........             112.8
            Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite                 39.2
             (ICESat II)..............................
            Soil Moisture Active and Passive (SMAP)...              70.0
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........             201.3
        Earth System Science Pathfinder...............              55.0
            Aquarius..................................              18.3
            Venture Class Missions....................              12.9
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              23.8
        Earth Science Multi-Mission Operations                     149.9
            Earth Science Multi-Mission Operations....             149.9
        Earth Science Technology......................              45.9
            Earth Science Technology..................              45.9
        Applied Sciences..............................              32.2
            Pathways..................................              32.2
                                                       -----------------
              Subtotal, Earth Science.................           1,443.0
    Planetary Science:................................
        Planetary Science Research....................             163.7
            Planetary Science Research and Analysis...             135.1
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              21.4
            Education and Directorate Management......               1.4
            Near Earth Object Observations............               5.8
        Lunar Quest Program...........................             103.6
            Lunar Science.............................              33.3
            Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment                   66.5
             Explorer.................................
            International Lunar Network...............               3.7
        Discovery.....................................             213.2
            Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory               124.1
             (GRAIL)..................................
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              89.1
        New Frontiers.................................             264.1
            Juno......................................             237.2
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              26.9
        Mars Exploration..............................             416.1
            2009 Mars Science Lab.....................             204.0
            MAVEN.....................................              53.4
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........             158.7
        Outer Planets.................................              98.6
            Outer Planets.............................              98.6
        Technology....................................              89.0
            Technology................................              89.0
                                                       -----------------
              Subtotal, Planetary Science.............           1,348.3
    Astrophysics:
        Astrophysics Research.........................             151.9
            Astrophysics Research and Analysis........              61.1
            Ballons Project...........................              26.7
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              64.1
        Cosmic Origins................................             717.2
            Hubble Space Telescope (HST)..............             112.6
            James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).........             441.4
            Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared                  72.8
             Astronomy................................
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........              90.4
        Physics of the Cosmos.........................             147.7
            Joint Dark Energy Mission.................               6.4
            Other Missions and Data Analysis..........             141.3
        Exoplanet Exploration.........................              46.2
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              46.2
        Astrophysics Explorer.........................             107.9
            Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE)              13.0
            Nuclear Spectrosopic Telescope Array                    59.9
             (NuStar).................................
            Astro-H...................................              10.9
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              24.1
                                                       -----------------
              Subtotal, Astrophysics..................           1,170.9
    Heliophysics:
        Heliophysics Research.........................             178.6
            Heliophysics Research and Analysis........              35.4
            Sounding Rocket Operations................              66.5
            Research Range............................              19.2
            GSFC Building Support.....................               3.0
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              54.5
        Living with a Star............................             212.2
            Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)..........              34.1
            Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP)........             137.1
            Solar Probe Plus..........................               4.0
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              37.0
        Solar Terrestrial Probes......................             143.0
            Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS)...........             118.6
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              24.4
        Heliophysics Explorer Program.................              69.4
            GOLD......................................               0.5
            Other Misions and Data Analysis...........              68.9
        New Millennium................................               1.8
            New Millennium............................               1.8
              Subtotal, Heliophysics..................             605.0
                                                       -----------------
                Realign the costs of administrative                -24.3
                 FTE to CAS...........................
                Unallocated adjustment to reflect                  -23.2
                 carryover............................
                Consolidate construction in single                 -12.6
                 account..............................
                Affordability adjustment..............             -11.0
                                                       -----------------
                  Total, Science......................           4,496.1
                                                       =================
Aeronautics Mission Directorate:
    Aviation Safety...................................              60.1
        Integrated Vehicle Health Management..........              19.8
        Aging Aircraft and Durability.................              11.4
        Integrated Resilient Aircraft Control.........              16.4
        Integrated Intelligent Flight Deck                          12.5
         Technologies.................................
    Airspace Systems..................................              81.4
        NextGen Concepts and Technology Development...              53.3
        NextGen Systems Analysis, Integration, and                  28.1
         Evaluation...................................
    Fundamental Aeronautics...........................             228.4
        Subsonic--Rotary Wing.........................              26.1
        Subsonic--Fixed Wing..........................             101.7
        Supersonics...................................              40.6
        Hypersonics...................................              60.0
    Aeronautics Test Program..........................              74.7
        Aero Ground Test Facilities...................              48.6
        Flight Operations and Test Infrastructure.....              26.1
    Integrated Systems Research.......................              62.4
        Environmentally Responsible Aviation Project..              62.4
    Realign the costs of administrative FTE to CAS....              -6.0
                                                       -----------------
            Total, Aeronautics........................             501.0
                                                       =================
Exploration Mission Directorate:
    Constellation System..............................           2,919.2
        Constellation Systems Program.................           2,880.1
            Program Integration and Operations........             610.3
            Crew Exploration Vehicle..................           1,221.3
            Crew Launch Vehicle.......................           1,018.5
            Cargo Launch Vehicle......................              30.0
        Commercial Crew and Cargo.....................              39.1
    Advanced Capabilities.............................             477.4
        Human Research Program........................             151.8
            ISS Medical Project.......................              19.9
            Research Infusion Projects................             131.9
        Exploration Technology Development............             269.3
            ISS Research..............................              50.0
            Technology Infusion Projects..............             219.3
        Lunar Precursor Robotic Program...............              56.3
            LPRP Mgmt.................................              16.4
            Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter..............              39.9
        Consolidate construction in single account....             -69.9
        Realign the costs of administrative FTE to CAS             -33.5
                                                       -----------------
                Total, Exploration....................           3,293.2
                                                       =================
Space Operations Mission Directorate:
    Space Shuttle Program.............................           3,157.1
        Program Integration...........................             678.1
        Flight and Ground Operations..................           1,035.1
        Flight Hardware...............................           1,443.9
    International Space Station Program...............           2,267.0
        ISS Operations................................           1,639.0
        ISS Cargo Crew Services.......................             628.0
    Space and Flight Support..........................             733.8
        Space Communications and Navigation...........             496.5
            Space Communications Networks.............             427.1
            Space Communications Support..............              43.4
            TDRS Replenishment........................              26.0
        Human Space Flight Operations.................             114.7
            Space Flight Crew Operations..............             114.7
        Launch Services...............................              85.9
            Launch Services...........................              85.9
        Rocket Propulsion Test........................              45.8
            Rocket Propulsion Testing.................              45.8
        Crew Health & Safety..........................               8.6
            Crew Health and Safety....................               8.6
        Unallocated adjustment for lack of                         -17.7
         justification................................
    Consolidate construction in single account........             -26.8
    Realign the costs of administrative FTE to CAS....             -33.8
                                                       -----------------
                Total, Space Operations...............           6,097.3
                                                       =================
Education:
    Higher Ed. STEM Education.........................             122.8
        STEM Opportunities (Higher Education).........              11.6
        NASA Space Grant..............................              45.6
        Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive               25.0
         Research.....................................
        Minority University Research & Education                    30.6
         Program......................................
        Global Climate Change Education...............              10.0
    K-12 STEM Education...............................              46.5
        STEM Student Opportunities (K-12).............              10.5
        STEM Teacher Development (K-12)...............              21.0
        K-12 Competitive Educational Grant Program....              15.0
    Informal STEM Education...........................               7.0
        Science Museums and Planetarium Grants........               7.0
    Realign the costs of administrative FTE to CAS....              -1.3
                                                       -----------------
            Total, Education..........................             175.0
                                                       =================
Cross Agency Support:
    Center Management and Operations..................           2,182.9
        Center Management and Operations..............           2,182.9
            Center Institutional Capabilities.........           1,707.5
            Center Programmatic Capabilities..........             475.4
    Agency Management and Operations..................             965.4
        Agency Management.............................             412.7
            Agency Management.........................             412.7
        Safety and Mission Success....................             209.2
            Safety and Mission Assurance..............              53.3
            Chief Engineer............................             102.2
            Chief Health and Medical Officer..........               3.7
            Independent Verification and Validation...              50.0
        Agency IT Services............................             150.4
            IT Management.............................              31.9
            Applications..............................              70.2
            Infrastructure............................              48.3
        Innovative Partnerships Program...............             163.7
            Technology Infusion.......................               9.3
            Small Business Innovative Research........             115.7
            Small Business Technology Transfer                      13.9
             Research.................................
            Partnership Development...................              23.8
            Innovative Technology.....................               1.0
        Strategic Capabilities Assets Program.........              29.4
            Simulators................................              11.7
            Thermal Vacuum Chambers...................               8.3
            Arc Jets..................................               9.4
        Congressionally Directed Items................              15.7
                                                       -----------------
                Total, Cross-Agency Support...........           3,164.0
                                                       =================
Construction and environmental compliance and
 remediation:
    Science...........................................              12.6
    Exploration.......................................              69.9
    Space Operations..................................              26.8
    Cross-agency support..............................             332.4
        Institutional investments.....................             261.2
        Environmental compliance and restoration......              71.2
                                                       -----------------
            Total, Construction and environmental                  441.7
             compliance...............................
                                                       =================
Inspector General                                                   35.0
                                                       =================
                  Total, NASA.........................          18,203.3
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                                SCIENCE




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $4,503,019,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     4,477,200,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     4,496,100,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        -6,919,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +18,900,000


    This appropriation provides for the full costs associated 
with the science activities of the agency, which consist of the 
programs, or themes, within the Science Mission Directorate. 
The full costs include all labor, travel, procurement, test and 
fabrication costs to execute these programs, which provide for 
all of the research; development; operations; salaries and 
related expenses; and other general and administrative 
activities supporting the themes within this account. NASA's 
Science Mission Directorate encompasses four themes: Earth 
Science, Planetary Science, Heliophysics, and Astrophysics. The 
Directorate seeks to answer fundamental questions concerning 
the ways in which Earth's climate is changing; the comparison 
of Earth with other planets in the solar system and around 
other stars; the connections among the Sun, Earth, and 
heliosphere; and the origin and evolution of planetary systems, 
the galaxy, and the universe, including the origin and 
distribution of life in the universe. The Directorate achieves 
its objectives through robotic flight missions, ground-based 
scientific research and data analysis, and the development of 
new technologies for future missions.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$4,496,100,000, an increase of $18,900,000 above the budget 
request, and $6,919,000 below the fiscal year 2009 comparable 
levels. The appropriation shall be available for one fiscal 
year, except that $450,000,000 shall be available for two 
fiscal years. The recommendation makes the following 
adjustments to the budget request:




Earth science research and analysis...................      +$32,000,000
Earth science, other missions and data analysis.......       +15,000,000
Orbiting carbon observatory (incl. FY 2009 balances)..       -32,200,000
Near Earth object observations........................        +2,000,000
Astrophysics, other missions and data analysis........       +50,000,000
Realign the costs of administrative activities to CAS.       -24,300,000
Consolidate all agency construction in new account....       -12,600,000
Affordability adjustment..............................       -11,000,000


    Earth science.--The Committee supports the development of 
Tier I missions in support of NASA's Earth science program. 
These missions, in coordination with small and medium class 
missions being developed by the agency, are critical to address 
global challenges in climate change and other areas.
    Earth science, other missions and data analysis.--The 
recommendation includes $201,300,000 for Earth science, other 
missions and data analysis. An increase of $15,000,000 is 
provided above the request to advance further the studies of 
the next two decadal survey missions, the Climate Absolute 
Radiance and Refractivity Observatory (CLARREO) and the 
Deformation, Ecosystem Structure, and Dynamics of the Ice 
(DESDnyl).
    Scatterometer.-- The Committee directs NOAA and NASA to 
continue joint studies leading to a NOAA request in the fiscal 
year 2011 budget to build and fly an operational scatterometer 
to provide sea surface vector wind measurements. NASA should 
continue to co-fund this study in fiscal year 2010 and then 
supply its customary implementation support to NOAA satellite 
activities on a reimbursable basis beginning in fiscal year 
2011. The Committee acknowledges that a radar scatterometer 
could have been adopted as an operational NOAA instrument many 
years ago and appreciates the support NASA has provided to the 
operational data users by flying scatterometers as part of its 
Earth science research mission.
    Orbiting carbon observatory (OCO).--In February, a rocket 
failure sent OCO into the ocean off the coast of Antarctica, 
depriving climate scientists of measurements meant to bridge 
data collected by a seven-year-old satellite and a more 
advanced spacecraft is not expected to launch for at least 
several years. This satellite was to map Earth's carbon dioxide 
concentrations in unprecedented detail. Several options have 
been suggested following the loss of the OCO: extend the 
operations of the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) 
instrument aboard the Aqua spacecraft, launched in 2002; 
accelerate the development of the follow-on spacecraft, 
ASCENDS, which is currently not slated until after 2013; and 
building and flying another OCO. The Committee awaits NASA's 
informed judgment on how best to proceed, including schedule 
and cost estimates for its recommendation, but expects such 
determination by September 1, 2009.
    Near Earth object observations.--The recommendation 
includes $5,800,000 for near Earth object observations, an 
increase of $2,000,000 to support ongoing scientific research 
at the Arecibo Observatory in the fields of climate change and 
space weather.
    GLOBE.--Within the amounts provided for Earth science, 
$3,000,000 is provided for the GLOBE program. NASA is directed 
to work cooperatively with NOAA during fiscal year 2010 to 
transition program responsibility for GLOBE from NASA to NOAA.
    Mars program.--Exploring Mars remains one of NASA's most 
challenging and exciting endeavors. The Committee continues to 
support a robust Mars exploration program and recommends funds 
for the completion of the Mars Science Laboratory for launch in 
2011.
    Astrophysics other missions and data analysis.--Within the 
amounts provided, not less than $50,000,000 is available to 
continue efforts in the use of the next generation of human 
space flight architecture to service existing and future 
observatory-class scientific spacecraft as identified in the 
conference report accompanying division B of Public Law 111-8.
    Astrophysics exoplanet exploration, other missions and data 
analysis.--Building on NASA's decades of investment in 
interferometric capabilities and technologies, the Committee 
recommendation includes funds requested to enable SIM-Lite to 
continue mission concept, technology and risk reduction efforts 
in fiscal year 2010.
    Jupiter system mission.--In February 2009, after a 
competitive review by the world's leading planetary scientists 
and senior NASA leadership, NASA formally decided that the top 
priority Outer Planet flagship mission was the Jupiter Europa 
orbiter/lander, which would launch in 2020. This review also 
concluded that a mission to Saturn's moon, Titan, would follow 
later in the decade. The Committee continues to support the 
Jupiter Europa orbiter/lander and NASA's decision.
    The Jupiter system mission consists of two spacecraft to 
explore the Jupiter system and investigate the emergence of 
potentially habitable worlds around giant planets. The mission 
places a special emphasis on two of Jupiter's giant moons, 
Europa and Ganymede, and would be conducted in concert with the 
European Space Agency. The Committee recommendation includes 
$18,000,000 to further study the Europa Jupiter system mission 
and to address the primary risk to the mission, the energy 
particle radiation environment of Jupiter. Included in these 
funds shall be efforts to assist the science community in 
preparing to respond to the announcement of opportunity for the 
instruments.
    The Committee is concerned that the budget profile for the 
Outer Planets flagship mission to Europa appears inconsistent 
with a 2020 launch. Therefore, NASA is directed within 60 days 
of enactment of this Act to provide a projected full lifetime 
budget outline for the Europa mission, to include anticipated 
contributions from foreign partners, and an alternative budget 
profile that would accelerate the launch to 2018.
    Planetary science, technology.--Within the funds provided 
for planetary science, resources are provided for test and 
development of thermal protection systems (TPS), such as coal-
based carbon foam ablative devices, in future missions to and 
from Mars and Moon.

                              AERONAUTICS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $500,000,000
Fiscal Year 2009 request..............................       507,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       501,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -6,000,000


    This appropriation provides for the full costs associated 
with the aeronautics activities of the agency, which consist of 
the programs, or themes, within the Aeronautics Mission 
Directorate. The full costs include all labor, travel, 
procurement, test and fabrication costs to execute these 
programs, which provide for all of the research; development; 
operations; salaries and related expenses; and other general 
and administrative activities supporting the themes within this 
account. NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate is 
committed to expanding the boundaries of aeronautical knowledge 
for the benefit of the Nation and the broad aeronautics 
community. NASA conducts cutting-edge research that includes 
foundational research across a number of core competencies that 
support aeronautics and space exploration activities; research 
in key areas related to the development of advanced aircraft 
technologies and systems, including those related to aircraft 
safety, environmental compatibility, and fuel efficiency; and 
research that supports the Next Generation Air Transportation 
System in partnership with the Joint Planning and Development 
Office.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommendation includes 
$501,000,000, a decrease of $6,000,000 from the budget request, 
and $1,000,000 over comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted levels. 
The appropriation shall be available for one fiscal year, 
except that $50,000,000 shall be available for two fiscal 
years. The recommended adjustment to the budget estimate 
realigns costs of administrative activities to CAS for an 
adjustment of -$6,000,000.

                              EXPLORATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $3,505,469,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request\1\...........................     3,963,100,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     3,293,200,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      -212,269,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................      -669,900,000


\1\Following the human space flight review, the Administration will
  provide an updated request for Exploration activities reflecting the
  review's results.

    This appropriation provides for the full costs associated 
with the exploration activities of the agency, which consist of 
the programs, or themes, within the Exploration Mission 
Directorate. The full costs include all labor, travel, 
procurement, test and fabrication costs to execute these 
programs, which provide for all of the research; development; 
operations; salaries and related expenses; and other general 
and administrative activities supporting the themes within this 
account. The Exploration Systems Mission Directorate was 
established to realize the Vision for Space Exploration. 
Exploration Systems includes two themes that work together to 
enable sustainable exploration and scientific discovery in the 
solar system: Constellation Systems and Advanced Capabilities.
    Through Constellation Systems, NASA will develop, 
demonstrate, and deploy the transportation, life support, and 
surface systems that will enable sustained human and robotic 
exploration of the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Human exploration 
will enable scientific activities and discoveries not 
obtainable with robotic explorers. Initial capabilities include 
the Orion crew exploration vehicle that will transport and 
support crews traveling beyond low Earth orbit, and the Ares I 
launch vehicle for transporting Orion into space. Following the 
development of these initial capabilities, Constellation 
Systems will develop capabilities to support a human mission to 
the lunar surface by 2020 though this timeline may change. 
These capabilities include the Ares V heavylift launch vehicle, 
leveraging engineering design and capabilities from the Shuttle 
program; an Earth departure stage to propel Orion from low 
Earth to lunar orbit; a lunar surface access module to safely 
transport astronauts to and from the lunar surface; and 
systems, capabilities, and support for extended human stays on 
the lunar surface. Future development will provide crew, cargo 
transportation, and destination support capabilities required 
for human exploration of Mars and beyond.
    The Advanced Capabilities theme consists of three programs: 
the lunar precursor robotic program, the exploration technology 
development program, and the human research program. Activities 
within these programs help prepare for human lunar exploration, 
test new technologies that enable exploration, and further 
understanding of the effects of space on human performance. The 
lunar precursor robotic program is developing a precursor 
mission to characterize the lunar environment. The lunar 
reconnaissance orbiter and lunar crater observing and sensing 
satellite, scheduled to launch in June 2009, will seek to find 
safe landing sites, locate potential resources, characterize 
the radiation environment, and demonstrate new technology. The 
lunar precursor robotic program will work with the Science 
Mission Directorate and international partners on future 
missions to ensure that NASA gains the data it needs for safe 
and cost-effective future exploration.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommendation includes 
$3,293,200,000, a decrease of $212,269,000 over the comparable 
enacted level and $669,900,000 below the budget request. The 
appropriation is available for one fiscal year, except that 
$330,000,000 shall be available for two fiscal years. 
Recommended adjustments to the budget estimate are as follows:




Adjustment pending blue ribbon panel review:
    Constellation systems.............................     -$586,300,000
    Advanced capabilities.............................       +19,800,000
Realign the costs of administrative activities to CAS.       -33,500,000
Consolidate all agency construction in new account....       -69,900,000


    Adjustment pending Blue Ribbon Panel review.--In early May, 
the Administration announced that NASA initiated an independent 
review of planned U.S. human space flight activities and 
alternatives to ensure that the Nation is undertaking efforts 
that are safe, innovative, affordable and sustainable in the 
years following completion of the Space Shuttle manifest and 
retirement. The review panel is to consider:
          
 expediting a new U.S. capability to support 
        use of the International Space Station;
          
 supporting missions to the Moon and other 
        destinations beyond low Earth orbit;
          
 stimulating commercial space flight 
        capabilities; and,
          
 fitting within the current budget profile 
        for NASA exploration activities.
The panel will present its results in time to support an 
Administration decision on the way forward by August 2009, 
during which time NASA will continue its current exploration 
projects, including Ares I, Orion, commercial crew and cargo 
efforts and lunar systems.
    In light of this ongoing review, and pending the 
recommendations of the panel and a determination by the 
Administration on the way forward, the Committee recommends 
deferring an increase from the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
This deferral is taken without prejudice to the existing 
architecture. The funding of $3,293,200,000 provided in this 
bill, together with $250,000,000 in funds provided for 
Exploration activities in the American Recovery and Reinvention 
Act of 2009, will provide resources for NASA to continue its 
efforts in human space flight in fiscal year 2010.
    The Committee reaffirms its commitment to preserve the 
United States' world leadership in space exploration. This 
Committee has long supported the Nation's space program; that 
support of NASA and its manned space program continues today. 
The Committee acknowledges the unsustainable circumstances the 
Nation finds itself today with the lag between the retirement 
of the Shuttle and the launch of the next generation manned 
spacecraft and encourages the Administration and NASA to 
mitigate that hiatus to the extent practicable. The Committee 
recognizes that the United States cannot maintain its world 
leadership in space exploration without a robust manned space 
program capable of carrying crews beyond low Earth orbit.
    The Committee looks forward to receiving the findings and 
recommendations of the Blue Ribbon Panel. To that end, however, 
the Committee asserts that its recommendations herein should 
not be viewed by the Blue Ribbon Panel as a diminution of the 
Committee's support for NASA's human space flight program. 
Previous budget requests have failed to fund fully the Nation's 
identified human space flight program, which over the years and 
in turn, have eroded in part NASA's ability to bring 
Constellation's initial operating capability within earlier 
established timelines. These budget shortfalls further 
exacerbate total program costs. Accordingly, after the work of 
the panel is complete, the Committee expects the Administration 
will amend its fiscal year 2010 budget request to fund fully 
the plan advocated by the panel and that the Administration's 
subsequent budget requests shall similarly include resources to 
fund fully the Nation's human space flight program. Lastly, the 
Committee looks forward to the appropriate authorizing 
committees' review and subsequent authorization of NASA's 
exploration programs and activities.
    International Space Station (ISS) research.--These funds 
support the study of life and physical sciences phenomenon in 
microgravity, as well as in the partial gravity environments of 
the Moon and Mars. In testimony before the Committee, Dr. 
Lennard Fisk noted that investments in life science and 
microgravity have suffered ``far more egregious'' and 
disproportionate reductions in investments than any other 
science discipline at NASA. Accordingly, within funds provided 
for exploration technology development, the Committee provides 
$50,000,000 for ISS research in fiscal year 2010, an increase 
of $28,200,000 above the request and $5,200,000 over fiscal 
year 2009.
    Technology infusion.--A total of $219,300,000 is provided 
for technology infusion, the same level as provided in fiscal 
year 2009. Within the funds provided, resources are available 
for the development of new technologies, including filament 
wound aluminum metal matrix composite technology for use in 
cryogentic fuels systems for space vehicles, to include Ares 
launch vehicles and the Altair lunar lander.

                            SPACE OPERATIONS




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $5,764,710,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     6,175,600,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     6,097,300,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +332,590,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -78,300,000


    This appropriation provides for the full costs associated 
with the space operations activities of the agency, which 
consist of the programs, or themes, within the Space Operations 
Mission Directorate. The full costs include all labor, travel, 
procurement, test and fabrication costs to execute these 
programs, which provide for all of the research; development; 
operations; salaries and related expenses; and other general 
and administrative activities supporting the themes within this 
account. Funding in this account is provided for the 
International Space Station and related activities, and the 
Space Shuttle program. The Shuttle program will support the 
Space Operations and Exploration Systems Mission Directorates 
to leverage select Shuttle flight hardware and ground systems 
to advance the development of the Orion crew exploration 
vehicle, the Ares I crew launch vehicle, and the Ares V heavy 
lift launch vehicle.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommendation includes 
$6,097,300,000, a decrease of $78,300,000 below the request and 
$332,590,000 over comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted levels. 
The bill includes provisions providing specific amounts for 
Space Shuttle, International Space Station and Space and Flight 
support activities. The appropriation shall be available for 
one fiscal year, except that $610,000,000 shall be available 
for two fiscal years. Recommended adjustments to the budget 
estimate are as follows:




Realign the costs of administrative activities to CAS.      -$33,800,000
Consolidate all agency construction in new account....       -26,800,000
Space and flight support operations unjustified              -17,700,000
 program increase.....................................


                               EDUCATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $169,200,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       126,100,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       175,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +5,800,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       +48,900,000


    This appropriation provides for the full costs associated 
with the education activities of the agency, which consist of 
the programs, or themes, within the Education Mission 
Directorate. The full costs include all labor, travel, and 
procurement costs to execute these programs, which provide for 
all general and administrative activities supporting this 
mission. NASA's Education program works to inspire and educate 
students at all levels to pursue careers in the fields of 
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, while also 
engaging the education community to reach this goal. The 
Education portfolio demonstrates a commitment to science, 
technology, engineering and mathematics education to ensure 
that the next generation of explorers and innovators is fully 
prepared to join NASA's workforce while contributing to 
national needs. NASA's objectives are to (1) provide elementary 
and secondary students and teachers with NASA-related education 
opportunities; (2) support higher education research capability 
and opportunities that attract and prepare students and faculty 
for NASA-related careers; (3) provide students, teachers, 
faculty and researchers from underrepresented and underserved 
communities with opportunities in NASA-related science and 
technology fields; (4) and increase student, teacher and public 
access to NASA education resources by developing and deploying 
innovative technology applications platforms. NASA engages the 
public in shaping and sharing the experience of exploration and 
discovery by improving public understanding of science and 
technology, including NASA aerospace technology, research and 
exploration missions.
    The Committee rejects the Administration's proposal to cut 
NASA's education programs from comparable fiscal year 2009 
enacted levels. The 2005 National Academies' report, Rising 
Above the Gathering Storm, noted that the scientific and 
technological building blocks of the United States' economic 
leadership are eroding at a time when other nations are 
gathering strength. The necessary key identified in the report 
is to improve America's talent pool by vastly improving 
Kindergarten through twelfth grade science and mathematics 
education. In addition, a recent congressionally-mandated task 
force found that by the end of this year, over one-quarter of 
the U.S. aerospace workforce will be eligible to retire, with 
too few engineers graduating from college to replace them. A 
continuing dearth of students and graduates in math, science 
and engineering cannot be sustained. Short-term cuts in 
education programs have long-term effects. Accordingly, for 
fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $175,000,000, an 
increase of $48,900,000 over the budget request, and $5,800,000 
over comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted levels. Funds provided 
in this appropriation are to be allocated as follows:




Higher education STEM education:
    STEM opportunities (higher education).............       $11,600,000
    Space Grants......................................        45,600,000
    EPSCoR............................................        25,000,000
    MUREP.............................................        30,600,000
    Global climate change education...................        10,000,000
K-12 STEM education:
    Student opportunities K-12........................        10,500,000
    STEM teacher development..........................        21,000,000
    Competitive educational grant.....................        15,000,000
Informal education:
    Science museums and planetariums..................         7,000,000
Realign the costs of administrative activities to CAS.        -1,300,000
    Total, Education..................................       175,000,000


    National Space Grant College and Fellowship program.--For 
this program, the Committee recommends $45,600,000 to fund 42 
states or jurisdictions at $900,000 each and 10 states or 
jurisdictions at $700,000 each.

                          CROSS AGENCY SUPPORT




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $3,306,387,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     3,400,600,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     3,164,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      -142,387,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................      -236,600,000


    This appropriation provides for the agency supporting 
functions associated with the science, aeronautics, education, 
space operations and exploration activities of the agency. This 
account provides for the research; development; operations; 
salaries and related expenses; and other general and 
administrative activities supporting the themes within the five 
other program accounts. Cross Agency Support provides a 
strategic focus for managing agency mission support functions 
and some of NASA's unique research facilities. This budget area 
consists of three themes: center management and operations; 
agency management and operations; and institutional 
investments. The center management and operations theme 
includes the basic costs to manage and operate each of the nine 
NASA field centers and to maintain the technical capabilities 
required to support the agency's mission. This budget theme is 
not directly identified or aligned to a specific program or 
project requirement, but is necessary for efficient and 
effective administration and operation of the NASA centers. The 
agency management and operations theme provides for the 
management and oversight of agency missions, functions, and the 
performance of some agency-wide activities and unique research 
capabilities and facilities. Theme responsibilities include the 
determination of programs and projects; establishment of 
management policies, procedures, and performance criteria; 
evaluation of progress; and the coordination and integration of 
all phases of the agency's mission. The five major programs 
included in this theme are agency management, safety and 
mission success, agency IT services, innovative partnerships 
program, and strategic capability asset program. The 
institutional investments theme provides for design and 
execution of non-programmatic discrete and minor revitalization 
construction of facilities projects, facility demolition 
projects, and environmental compliance and restoration 
activities.
    For fiscal year 2010, the bill provides $3,164,000,000, 
$236,600,000 below the budget request. Appropriations are made 
available for one fiscal year, reflecting the administrative 
nature of the account. The Committee recommendation provides 
for the following allocation of funds within cross-agency 
support programs:




Realign the costs of administrative activities to CAS.      +$98,900,000
Consolidate all agency construction in new account....      -355,400,000
Safety and mission success............................       +25,300,000
Innovative partnership programs.......................       -21,100,000
Congressionally-designated items......................       +15,700,000


    Center management and operations.--The realignment of 
NASA's budget structure required by the fiscal year 2008 
Omnibus Appropriations Act was intended to improve the 
transparency of NASA's budget by separately funding 
programmatic and administrative activities. It was the 
Committee's intent that the Cross Agency Support account fully 
fund Center administrative activities, including human 
resources, financial management, procurement, facilities 
operations, information technology services, and public 
affairs. As the 2009 budget is being executed by NASA, it 
appears that significant numbers of Center FTE in these 
administrative areas are being charged to programmatic 
accounts. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee proposes to 
transfer these administrative FTE from the program accounts to 
Center management and operations within the CAS account, as 
follows, and provide a total of $2,182,900,000 for center 
management and operations:




Realign SMD administrative activities to CAS..........      +$24,300,000
Realign ARMD administrative activities to CAS.........        +6,000,000
Realign ESMD administrative activities to CAS.........       +33,500,000
Realign SOMD administrative activities to CAS.........       +33,800,000
Realign EMD administrative activities to CAS..........        +1,300,000
    Net adjustment....................................       +98,900,000


    Safety and mission success.--The Committee recommends a 
total of $209,200,000, an increase of $25,300,000 over the 
budget estimate, for safety and mission success. These funds 
shall be available for NASA's overall software assurance and 
risk management strategy to ensure the correctness and quality 
of critical and complex software systems. Within the funds 
provided for safety and mission success, $50,000,000 shall be 
for independent verification and validation activities.
    Innovative partnerships.--In total, the recommendation 
includes $163,700,000 for innovative partnership programs. This 
level represents an increase of $3,500,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $21,100,000 from the budget 
estimate. The recommendation does not include funding requested 
for several new activities that were not funded in fiscal year 
2009, including innovation incubator, future centennial 
challenges and innovative technology, due to affordability 
considerations.
    Congressionally-directed items.--Within the appropriation 
for cross-agency support programs, the Committee recommendation 
provides for the following Congressionally-directed activities:
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CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND REMEDIATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................  ................
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................             (\1\)
Recommended in the bill...............................      $441,700,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................             (\1\)
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................      +441,700,000


\1\The budget requests funds for programmatic construction and
  environmental compliance and remediation in the respective mission
  directorates, and funds for institutional construction within the
  cross agency support account.

    The Committee recommendation includes a new appropriation 
for the construction of facilities (CoF) and environmental 
compliance and remediation. In total, the bill provides 
$441,700,000: the same level as requested in the budget 
estimate for programmatic construction in the Science and Space 
Operations mission directorates; $66,900,000 for the 
Exploration mission directorate, which is the same level as 
provided in the fiscal year 2009, pending the conclusions of 
the Blue Panel Review; and a reduction of $23,000,000 from the 
amounts requested for institutional investments within Cross 
Agency Support account. These funds, available for five years, 
are allocated within the bill and are to be available as 
follows:

Science.................................................     $12,600,000
Exploration.............................................      69,900,000
Space operations........................................      26,800,000
Cross agency support....................................     332,400,000
    Institutional investments...........................   (261,200,000)
    Environmental compliance and restoration............    (71,200,000)
        Total, construction and environmental compliance 
          and remediation...............................     441,700,000

    NASA makes numerous changes to its construction of 
facilities program between the submission of the annual budget 
and project initiation and completion. Funding for programmatic 
(i.e., from within the mission directorates) CoF has increased 
nearly 46 percent between the original fiscal year 2004 to 
fiscal year 2008 budget requests and the fiscal year 2008 
operating plan and funding for institutional (i.e., from within 
cross agency support) CoF has increased 8 percent between the 
original fiscal year 2004 to fiscal year 2008 budget requests 
and the fiscal year 2008 operating plan. However, scant detail 
and justification is provided in the operating plans for the 
numerous changes to the CoF program, and operating plans do not 
provide an effective mechanism to track the execution of CoF 
funding or project progress over time. The Committee asserts 
that changes to the way NASA's CoF funding is appropriated and 
administered, and specific reporting requirements for the CoF 
program, will provide more visibility into NASA's CoF program 
execution. NASA is directed to provide NASA form 1509 for each 
CoF project submitted in the annual budget request or an 
initial operating plan and for each CoF project subject to a 
reprogramming notification. The Committee's recommendation to 
create a new account will not affect NASA's current flexibility 
for managing its CoF program, but will ensure the detail and 
transparency needed to assess the validity and scope of a 
project and the appropriateness of its funding source. In 
total, these changes will restore a more disciplined approach 
to NASA's use of appropriated funds for the construction of its 
facilities.
    Cross agency support.--Within institutional investments, 
the recommendation provides inflationary adjustments for the 
various activities as reflected in the following adjustments to 
the budget request:




Minor renovation of facilities at various locations...      -$12,100,000
Demolition of facilities..............................        -4,700,000
Construction, planning, design and management.........        -6,200,000
                                                       -----------------
    Total, recommended adjustments....................       -23,000,000


    As Shuttle transition proceeds, the Committee urges NASA to 
maintain and update facilities at all 10 centers to ensure that 
each may participate in the work of future NASA missions and 
endeavors. NASA is directed to provide to the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations, within 60 days of the enactment 
of this Act, a comprehensive 5-year detailing by center 
projected facilities infrastructure improvements and 
construction. The plan shall also include current and projected 
mission assignments by center and how such proposed 
improvements meet each center's mission objectives.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $33,600,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        36,400,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        35,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,400,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -1,400,000


    The Inspector General Act of 1978 established the Office of 
Inspector General. The Office's mission is to prevent and 
detect crime, fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement while 
promoting economy, effectiveness, and efficiency with NASA. The 
Committee recommendation includes $35,000,000 for the Office of 
Inspector General, $1,400,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $1,400,000 below the budget estimate. The 
appropriation shall be available for one fiscal year.

                       ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

    The bill includes a provision that funds for announced 
prizes otherwise authorized shall remain available until 
expended, until the prize is claimed or the offer withdrawn.
    The bill includes a provision that establishes thresholds 
for the transfer of funds.
    The bill includes a provision prohibiting the use of funds 
to implement any reduction in force or other involuntary 
separations (except for cause) by NASA prior to September 30, 
2010.
    The bill includes a provision that provides for the 
transfer of balances under the old appropriations account 
structure to the new appropriations account structure.

                      National Science Foundation

    The National Science Foundation Act of 1950 established the 
Foundation ``to promote the progress of science; to advance the 
national health, prosperity, and welfare; and to secure the 
national defense.'' The National Science Foundation (NSF) 
supports all the non-medical fields of science, engineering and 
mathematics. While the NSF serves as an efficient mechanism for 
funding research by the nation's colleges and universities 
focused on topics of critical national need, such as climate 
change, NSF's essential function is to fund a broad array of 
research. In this way, as new issues arise, the United States 
has technical expertise available to respond and maintains a 
nimble science and engineering enterprise that is positioned to 
capitalize on new opportunities.
    The value of the NSF to the future growth of the United 
States economy was clearly acknowledged in the National Academy 
of Sciences report Rising Above the Gathering Storm and in the 
America Competes Act (Public Law 110-69). NSF's budget is on 
course to double by fiscal year 2016, and the funding 
recommended in this bill is consistent with this goal.
    Continuity in funding levels.--The American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) included an additional 
$3,002,000,000 in funding for NSF. Roughly two-thirds of these 
added funds will support 2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-year research 
grants, with the overwhelming majority of this amount likely 
going to fund 3-year grants, consistent with normal NSF 
practice. These grants will encourage many undergraduate 
science, engineering, and mathematics majors to go to graduate 
school in their technical fields and will support a pulse of 
research positions employing new graduate degree recipients. 
The budget request projects NSF funding in fiscal year 2012 of 
$8,490,000,000. This level is only $1,990,000,000 above the 
base level for fiscal year 2009. The Committee expects future 
budget requests for NSF at least adequate to sustain the levels 
of science workforce supported in fiscal year 2009 by the 
combined Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009 (Public Law 111-8) 
and ARRA so as to avoid a boom-bust cycle in science, 
engineering, and mathematics employment. It is critical that 
there be sufficient NSF funding in fiscal year 2012 to support 
opportunities for this pulse of additional graduate students 
and young researchers to continue their careers when the 3-year 
grants funded by ARRA expire.
    The budget request projects NSF funding in fiscal year 2011 
of $7,250,000,000, which is less than 3 percent above the 
fiscal year 2010 request. The Committee finds this level of 
request inadequate given the critical role played by NSF and 
the Nation's colleges and universities. A 7 percent increase, 
as projected for the annual increases in fiscal years 2013-
2016, would be more consistent with 10-year doubling of NSF's 
budget.
    The Committee directs the Foundation to convene a panel of 
experts to survey U.S. pre-K to 12 schools that are highly 
successful in science, technology, engineering and mathematics 
(STEM) education and a sampling of corresponding institutions 
abroad and report recommendations to Congress on how their STEM 
education practices might be more broadly replicated in the 
U.S. public school system. The membership of the panel should 
include educators, businesspersons, scientists, engineers and 
others, based on their expertise and contributions in the 
aforementioned fields. The Foundation shall submit a report of 
the findings and recommendations of this panel to the Committee 
within 180 days of the enactment of this Act.

                    RESEARCH AND RELATED ACTIVITIES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................    $5,183,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................     5,733,240,000
Recommended in the bill...............................     5,642,110,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................      +459,010,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -91,130,000


    The Research and Related Activities appropriation enables 
the United States to provide leadership and promote progress 
across the expanding frontiers of scientific and engineering 
research and education. This appropriation provides resources 
for NSF's major research activities, which include biological 
sciences; computer and information science and engineering; 
engineering; geosciences; mathematical and physical sciences; 
social, behavioral, and economic sciences; Office of 
International Science and Engineering; U.S. polar research 
programs; U.S. Antarctic logistical support activities; 
integrative activities, including the Experimental Program to 
Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR); Office of 
Cyberinfrastructure; and the U.S. Arctic Research Commission.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation for research and 
related activities of $5,642,110,000 for fiscal year 2010, an 
increase of $459,010,000 over the comparable fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. The reduction recommended from the request for 
NSF research support enables increases in important research 
and education funding in NOAA and NASA.
    Climate change.--All requested increases for climate change 
in the various research programs are supported.
    Graduate research fellows.--The budget request provides 
funding for the selection of 1,654 new fellows in fiscal year 
2010. The Administration has set a goal of 3,000 new graduate 
research fellows per year by 2013. To accelerate the increase 
in graduate research fellows, the request is increased by 
$14,010,000 to enable NSF to select and support 2,000 new 
fellows in fiscal year 2010.
    Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research 
(EPSCoR).--EPSCoR is critical as one means to build science 
expertise in all States. The Committee recommendation includes 
$147,120,000, the same as the request.
    High-risk, High-reward Basic Research.--The Committee 
supports the proposal in the budget request to set aside a 
minimum of $2,000,000 in each research division to explore 
methodologies that support transformative research. The 
Committee understands that this initiative will total 
approximately $92,000,000 Foundation-wide, and may include 
innovative processes for identifying potentially transformative 
research, special solicitations and competitions including 
innovation prizes, increased use of specialized funding 
mechanisms, and exploring novel processes for problem solving.
    Major research instrumentation.--The recommendation 
includes no funds for Major Research Instrumentation. This 
reduction of $100,000,000 from the request recognizes that NSF 
has issued two solicitations during fiscal year 2009 for Major 
Research Instrumentation with awards expected to total 
$400,000,000. The Committee expects the 2011 request again will 
seek significant funds for this important program within 
Research and Related Activities.
    Materials research.--The request for additional work in 
Research Resources for Materials Research within Mathematical 
and Physical Sciences is not supported in light of the major 
similar investments in basic energy sciences within the 
Department of Energy Office of Science.
    Hydrology and terrestrial ecosystems research.--The 
Committee notes the success of the National Center for 
Atmospheric Research in serving as an institutional focus for 
atmospheric research and in the provision of shared 
infrastructure, especially supercomputing and the community 
climate model. The Committee sees the need for an appropriate 
mechanism to bring together the hydrology research community 
and better integrate the different types of data and observing 
systems and enhance support of hydrology modeling. The 
Committee also sees the need for an appropriate mechanism to 
bring together the terrestrial ecology research community 
including the existing Long Term Ecological Research sites and 
their data, the considerable efforts in agriculture, forestry, 
and the USGS Biological Research Program, those who use 
satellite data such as that from Landsat, EOS, and the 
operational NOAA satellites, and the new NEON distributed 
observing system. NSF is directed to report its recommendations 
on the need for and establishment of mechanisms in these two 
areas of research with the budget request for fiscal year 2011.
    Climate change education.--Using the most current 
information available, the National Academy of Sciences is 
undertaking a study to evaluate the implications of different 
atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration target levels and 
explain the uncertainties inherent in the analyses to inform 
policy makers as they make decisions about stabilization target 
levels for atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations. Within 
the amounts appropriated, $100,000 is included for transfer to 
the National Academy of Sciences to develop educational 
materials based on the conclusions of this study for use at the 
collegiate level to strengthen climate education.
    Ocean acidification.--Ocean acidification is a critical 
problem with potentially destructive effects on coral reefs and 
commercial fisheries. Within the amounts appropriated, funding 
is included for research into the causes of and solutions to 
the growing threat of ocean acidification at levels consistent 
with the recommendations of the Federal Ocean Acidification 
Research and Monitoring Program.
    Metagenomics research.--In environmental research and soil 
science, the new approach of metagenomics, in which genes are 
identified within samples without isolating individual species, 
is of increasing value.

          MAJOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $152,010,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       117,290,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       114,290,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       -37,720,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        -3,000,000


    The Major Research Equipment and Facilities Construction 
(MREFC) appropriation provides funding for the construction and 
acquisition of major research facilities that provide unique 
capabilities at the cutting edge of science and engineering. 
Operations and maintenance costs of the facilities are provided 
through appropriations made to Research and Related Activities 
(R&RA). For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommendation 
includes $114,290,000, a decrease of $37,720,000 from the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $3,000,000 below the budget 
request. The recommendation deletes $3,000,000 proposed to 
repay the Judgment Fund. The bill also includes language 
prohibiting the use of funds to repay the Judgment Fund.
    The following table shows the specific projects for which 
funding was requested and is recommended.

Advanced LIGO...........................................     $46,300,000
Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA)...................      42,760,000
Advanced Technology Solar Telescope (ATST)..............      10,000,000
Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI)....................      14,280,000
Ice Cube................................................         950,000

    Distributed and networked observing systems.--Future major 
research equipment projects that involve spatially distributed 
networks of sensors, such as envisioned for NEON, are likely to 
be critical resources required for use by many researchers in 
oceanography, limnology, terrestrial and marine ecology and 
other fields. Funding for such systems is appropriate for 
inclusion in MREFC.

                     EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $845,260,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       857,760,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       862,900,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +17,640,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +5,140,000


    The Foundation's Education and Human Resources activities 
support all levels of education and training from pre-
Kindergarten through career development; promote public 
understanding of science, mathematics, engineering and 
technology; and ensure the United States has world-class 
scientists, mathematicians and engineers. This appropriation 
supports a cohesive and comprehensive set of activities that 
encompass every level of education and every region of the 
country. The major components of this directorate include 
research and learning in formal and informal settings; 
undergraduate education; graduate education; and human resource 
development.
    The Committee recommendation provides $862,900,000 for 
education and human resources, an increase of $17,640,000 over 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $5,140,000 above the 
budget request. The recommendation includes adjustments to the 
budget request for the specific programs, as follows:

Discovery research K-12.................................    +$20,000,000
Research and evaluation on education in science and 
    engineering.........................................      +5,000,000
Course, curriculum and laboratory improvement...........      +5,000,000
STEM talent expansion program...........................      +2,560,000
Robert Noyce scholarship program........................     +10,000,000
Advanced technology education...........................     -41,600,000
Math and science partnership............................      +2,780,000
Tribal colleges and universities........................      +1,400,000

    Advanced Technology Education.--The recommendation supports 
continuation of all existing grants within the Advanced 
Technology Education Program but does not support any new 
grants. The Committee recommends that future requests for this 
program of training technicians to work in industry be made in 
more appropriate departments or agencies such as the Department 
of Education.
    K-6 science education.--In testimony before the Commerce, 
Justice, Science Subcommittee, it was stated that most children 
decide to pursue science, engineering or mathematics in 
elementary school. NSF is directed to prepare a report on K-6 
science education compiling all state standards, evidence of 
their effectiveness, and the degree to which they inculcate 
scientific inquiry in the education of young students. This 
report is due to the Committees on Appropriations of the House 
and Senate no later than April 1, 2010. NSF is encouraged to 
work with the National Research Council, the National Science 
Teachers Association, and the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science in the preparation of this report and to 
include recommendations for how to improve science education in 
grades K-6.
    Experiential learning.--The Committee strongly believes 
that students need to have experience doing science and not 
merely reading about it. Half a century ago an advantage of 
U.S. science education was the inclusion of laboratory work in 
high school and college science courses. Today, this type of 
practical student experience needs to extend beyond reproducing 
standard experiments to taking measurements where the correct 
result is not already known. Furthermore, it should extend 
beyond the four walls of a physics, chemistry, or biology lab. 
Opportunities for scientific measurement are all around us in 
the ever changing natural world and are simple enough to be 
accessible even to elementary school students with affordable 
equipment such as thermometers. Such hands-on measurement 
experiences are the central element of inquiry-based 
instruction where students ``do'' science: formulating research 
questions, taking measurements, analyzing data using their 
mathematics skills, and articulating their results. It is 
critical that hands-on, inquiry-based instruction form the 
basis of student learning because addressing the complexity and 
uncertainty inherent in current real world problems requires 
the integrated application of all the sciences and mathematics 
and research shows that this improves student achievement and 
retention. Science literacy for the general public and future 
innovation workforce relies on students doing and thinking of 
how to apply science and math together from their earliest 
years. Accordingly, the Committee recommendation provides an 
increase of $30,000,000 above the request to enhance research, 
implementation and evaluation of inquiry-based, hands-on 
instruction for K-12 science students and those who will teach 
them.
    Discovery research K-12 (DR-K12).--The increase above the 
request for the DR-K12 program is to enhance advancement of 
inquiry-based instruction in K-12 STEM teaching with at least 
half the funding focused on grades K-6. This may be done 
through the development, implementation, and study of 
resources, models, and technologies for use by students, 
teachers, and policymakers.
    Research and evaluation of inquiry-based instruction.--The 
increase above the request for the Research and Evaluation on 
Education in Science and Engineering (REESE) program is 
provided to enhance support for empirical research on inquiry-
based instruction.
    Inquiry-based undergraduate instruction.--The increase 
above the request is provided to support creation, adaptation, 
and dissemination of learning materials and teaching strategies 
that implement inquiry-based instruction in teaching science to 
future K-12 teachers and other undergraduates and to assess 
student learning and evaluate course effectiveness. Teachers 
need to experience a model of inquiry-based science instruction 
in order to have a model for use of inquiry in their 
classrooms.
    Hispanic Serving Institutions--Undergraduate Program.--NSF 
is directed to provide a report detailing plans to establish a 
Hispanic Serving Institutions--Undergraduate Program no later 
than 90 days following enactment. The Committee expects a 
significant funding request for such a program to be included 
in the fiscal year 2011 budget request for NSF.

                 AGENCY OPERATIONS AND AWARD MANAGEMENT




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $294,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       318,370,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       299,870,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +5,870,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................       -18,500,000


    The Agency Operations and Award Management appropriation 
includes funding for staff salaries, benefits, staff travel, 
training, rent, information technology, administrative 
contractual services, supplies, equipment and other operating 
expenses necessary for management of NSF's research and 
education activities. This appropriation supports full-time 
equivalents, provides for current administrative services and 
enhances the agency's investment in information technology to 
increase productivity. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee 
recommendation provides $299,870,000, $5,870,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $18,500,000 below the budget 
request. The recommended level provides for inflationary 
increases in staffing at the NSF. NSF continues to be a well-
managed, adequately staffed agency. Given the challenging 
economic climate of the Nation, NSF is encouraged to avoid 
excessive salaries for rotators.

                         NATIONAL SCIENCE BOARD




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $4,030,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         4,340,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         4,340,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2008 enacted..........................          +310,000
    Fiscal Year 2009 request..........................  ................


    The Office of the National Science Board, established in 
1950, establishes policies and assesses the quality, relevance 
and performance of the National Science Foundation's awards and 
capital investments. In addition, the Board provides advice to 
the executive branch and Congress on matters of science and 
engineering policy. For fiscal year 2010, the recommendation 
provides $4,340,000, the same as the budget request and 
$310,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $12,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        14,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        13,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2008 enacted..........................        +1,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2009 request..........................        -1,000,000


    The Office of the Inspector General was established to 
promote economy, efficiency and effectiveness in administering 
the Foundation's programs; to detect and prevent waste, fraud 
or abuse within the Foundation or by individuals that request 
or receive National Science Foundation funding; and to identify 
and resolve cases of misconduct in science. For fiscal year 
2010, the Committee recommends $13,000,000, an increase of 
$1,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$1,000,000 below the budget estimate.

                       TITLE IV--RELATED AGENCIES


                       Commission on Civil Rights


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $8,800,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         9,400,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         9,400,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +600,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The United States Commission on Civil Rights was created to 
be an independent, bi-partisan, fact-finding agency. The 
Commission is responsible for investigating charges of citizens 
being deprived of voting and other civil rights and collecting, 
studying and disseminating information on the impact of Federal 
laws and policies on civil rights. For fiscal year 2010, the 
Committee recommends $9,400,000, which is equal to the budget 
request.
    Support of State Advisory Committees (SACs).--The Committee 
is supportive of the Commission's goal to increase the number 
of SACs with active charters. However, the published chartering 
goals for 2009 and 2010 appear unrealistic when compared to the 
pace at which the Commission re-chartered SACs in 2007 and 
2008. In order to improve the Committee's ability to track 
chartering progress, the Commission is directed to submit to 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations a biannual 
report listing the 51 SACs and the expiration date of the most 
recent charter for each. The report should also include the 
projected date of re-chartering for those SACs whose most 
recent charter has expired and a description of the recent 
activities undertaken by those that do have an active charter.
    In the event that the Commission is able to achieve its 
chartering goals, the Committee notes that significant vacancy 
rates in regional offices will still impede the Commission's 
larger goal of reinvigorating its SACs. Under the assumptions 
in the budget request, there will be more active SACs in 
operation in 2010, but the number of regional office staff 
available to support them will actually decrease. Only one of 
the six regional offices is projected to be fully staffed, and 
one is projected to enter its third year with a secretary as 
the only onboard staff. The Commission is urged to ensure that 
its regional office staffing plan is coordinated with its 
charter expansion plan so that newly reinvigorated SACs will 
have the operational support necessary to succeed.

                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $343,925,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       367,303,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       367,303,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +23,378,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has 
jurisdiction over employment discrimination issues within the 
Federal government and also for private employers, State and 
local agencies, employment services and labor organizations. 
For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $367,303,000, 
which is equal to the budget request.
    Backlog reduction.--The Committee remains very concerned 
about EEOC's increasing charge backlog, which is on pace to 
reach 102,944 charges by the end of fiscal year 2010. This is 
nearly double the size of the backlog as it existed less than 
three years ago. Clearly, staff levels have been inadequate to 
deal with this workload, and a significant new investment in 
personnel, particularly investigators and attorneys, will be 
necessary to even maintain the backlog at current levels.
    The Committee is disappointed, therefore, that the budget 
request does not contain more resources for staffing. At the 
requested level, EEOC will only be able to fill existing 
``hollow'' FTE rather than increase staffing above the current 
FTE ceiling. At these levels, EEOC can expect, at best, a 
slowing of the rate of growth in the backlog projections rather 
than any substantive backlog reduction. The Committee urges the 
EEOC to develop and implement a multiyear plan to increase EEOC 
staffing to the levels necessary to achieve backlog reduction 
in a timely manner. In the meantime, EEOC is directed to submit 
to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations quarterly 
reports on projected and actual agency staffing levels so that 
the Committee can better monitor EEOC's personnel resources.
    Workload projections.--EEOC is reminded that workload 
projections should be continually calibrated with actual data 
as it becomes available through midyear reviews and other 
means. EEOC is also directed to ensure that its workload 
projections account for necessary changes in overtime policy as 
required by a March 23, 2009 arbitration decision addressing 
EEOC overtime payments.
    Federal sector hearings.--The budget request notes EEOC's 
intention to prioritize Federal sector cases into fast, regular 
or complex discovery tracks in order to improve the efficiency 
of the hearing process. EEOC is directed to submit to the House 
and Senate Committees on Appropriations within 60 days of the 
enactment of this Act an implementation plan for the new 
process, including background on the need for these changes, 
the proposed implementation schedule and an analysis of the 
potential impact, both positive and negative, on the ability of 
Federal employees to get a fair hearing under the track system.

                     International Trade Commission





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $75,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        82,700,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        82,700,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +7,600,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The International Trade Commission is an independent, 
quasi-judicial agency responsible for conducting trade-related 
investigations; providing the Congress and the President with 
independent, expert technical advice to assist in the 
development and implementation of U.S. international trade 
policy; responding to the Congress and the President on various 
matters affecting international trade; maintaining the 
Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System of 
internationally accepted product nomenclature; providing 
technical assistance to eligible small businesses seeking 
remedies and benefits under the trade laws; and performing 
other specific statutory responsibilities ranging from research 
and analysis to quasi-judicial functions on trade-related 
matters.
    The Committee recommends $82,700,000 for the International 
Trade Commission (ITC) for fiscal year 2009, which is 
$7,600,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the same as the 
request. This provides for the acquisition of additional space 
and fills key positions to meet the increased section 337 
intellectual property caseload.

                       Legal Services Corporation


               PAYMENT TO THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................      $390,000,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................       435,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................       440,000,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................       +50,000,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................        +5,000,000


    The Legal Services Corporation (LSC) is a private, non-
profit corporation that provides free civil legal assistance, 
according to locally-determined priorities, to people living in 
poverty. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$440,000,000, which is $5,000,000 above the budget request.
    Increasing financial impact.--Given the increasing demand 
for legal aid services and the contraction of non-federal legal 
aid funding sources, it is critical for LSC to identify every 
possible means to increase the impact of its Federally 
appropriated dollars. Obtaining more services at no or low cost 
through private attorney involvement would provide one such 
means, and the Committee encourages LSC to increase its efforts 
to do so. The Committee also encourages LSC to reevaluate its 
prioritization between basic field grants and Technology 
Initiative Grants (TIG). LSC has provided examples of how 
effective TIG implementation has increased efficiency, allowed 
grantees to serve a greater total number of clients and freed 
up attorney resources for use on the most complex cases. With 
these benefits in mind, the Committee hopes that LSC will 
consider more significant increases to the TIG program when 
making future funding requests.

          ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION--LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

    A general provision in Title V of the bill revises the 
administrative provision in order to permit grantees to pursue 
the recovery of attorney's fees when recovery is permitted or 
required under Federal or State law. The Committee believes 
that this action will level the playing field between legal aid 
attorneys and their counterparts in the private sector and 
provide a potentially crucial source of additional revenue to 
legal aid providers in a year in which state and private 
funding sources are decreasing.

                        Marine Mammal Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $3,200,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         3,000,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         3,300,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................          +100,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................          +300,000


    The Marine Mammal Commission and its Committee of 
Scientific Advisors on Marine Mammals are charged with 
overseeing and advising on domestic and international actions 
to further the policies and provisions of the Marine Mammal 
Protection Act. The Commission provides objective, science-
based advice to the Congress and the Executive Branch on issues 
related to the protection of marine mammals. For fiscal year 
2010, the Committee recommends $3,300,000, which is $300,000 
above the budget request. The Committee further recommends that 
the Commission continue its global assessment of marine mammals 
and prepare a summary report for Congress prioritizing 
international research and conservation efforts.

            Office of the United States Trade Representative





Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................       $47,272,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................        48,326,000
Recommended in the bill...............................        48,326,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,054,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) seeks to 
contribute to U.S. economic growth, competitiveness and 
prosperity by opening markets and reducing trade and investment 
barriers around the world to create new commercial 
opportunities for U.S. goods and services industries, workers, 
ranchers and farmers. The Committee recommendation includes 
$48,326,000 for the Office of the United States Trade 
Representative (USTR) for fiscal year 2009, which is $1,054,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 level and the same as the request.
    The U.S. Trade Representative is a member of the 
President's Cabinet and serves as the President's principal 
trade advisor, negotiator, and spokesperson on trade issues. 
USTR is part of the Executive Office of the President. Through 
an interagency structure, USTR coordinates trade policy, 
resolves disagreements, and frames issues for presidential 
decision. The USTR is also the Vice-Chairman of the Overseas 
Private Investment Corporation, a member of the Board of the 
Millennium Challenge Corporation, an ex officio member of the 
Export-Import Bank Board of Directors, and a member of the 
National Advisory Council on International Monetary and 
Financial Policies.
    Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).--The Committee is aware 
of significant intellectual property issues that infringe on 
our trading relationships with China, Russia and Canada. The 
Committee encourages USTR to continue to prioritize such issues 
in bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations, and in 
particular, to provide semiannual reports to the Committee on 
Russia's progress in complying with intellectual property 
commitments.
    International Standards.--The Committee directs the USTR to 
ensure that U.S. business interests are fully represented in 
international standards negotiations. The Committee directs the 
USTR to collaborate with the Department of Commerce, including 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and the 
State Department to reduce trade barriers to U.S. exports. The 
Committee continues its direction to the USTR to ensure U.S. 
standards are adopted in international negotiations.
    Textiles.--The Committee is aware of concerns about the 
World Trade Organization negotiations concerning textiles and 
apparel. Specifically, the Committee is concerned that the 
current part of tariff reduction negotiations under the Doha 
Round will result in a non-reciprocal arrangement detrimental 
to United States manufacturers. The Committee believes such 
negotiations should be consistent with the trade negotiating 
objectives of the United States contained in section 2012 of 
the Bipartisan Trade Promotion Authority Act of 2002 (19 U.S.C. 
3802) and directs to report to the Committee within 60 days of 
enactment of this Act regarding adherence to these objectives. 
Bill language is included regarding this matter.

                        State Justice Institute


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES




Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..............................        $4,100,000
Fiscal Year 2010 request..............................         5,131,000
Recommended in the bill...............................         5,131,000
Bill compared with:
    Fiscal Year 2009 enacted..........................        +1,031,000
    Fiscal Year 2010 request..........................  ................


    The State Justice Institute (SJI) is a non-governmental 
organization that awards grants and undertakes other activities 
designed to improve the administration of justice in State 
courts. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$5,131,000, which is equal to the budget request.
    Grant funding.--The Committee's recommendation will allow 
SJI to increase grant funding available for each of its five 
categories of major grants. Deficits in State governments 
across the country will likely encourage more State courts to 
look for outside funding sources to support their initiatives, 
and the Committee is hopeful that the increases provided in 
this bill will allow SJI to meet this increased demand for its 
services.

                      TITLE V--GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The Committee recommendation includes the following general 
provisions for the departments and agencies funded in the 
accompanying bill.
    Section 501 prohibits the use of funds for publicity or 
propaganda purposes unless expressly authorized by law.
    Section 502 prohibits any appropriation contained in this 
Act from remaining available for obligation beyond the current 
fiscal year unless explicitly authorized.
    Section 503 provides that the expenditure of any 
appropriation contained in the Act for any consulting service 
through procurement contracts shall be limited to those 
contracts where such expenditures are a matter of public record 
and available for public inspection, except where otherwise 
provided under existing law or under existing Executive Order 
issued pursuant to existing law.
    Section 504 provides that if any provision of the Act or 
the application of such provision to any person or circumstance 
shall be held invalid, the remainder of the Act and the 
application of such provisions to persons or circumstances 
other than those to which it is held invalid shall not be 
affected.
    Section 505 provides for the Committee's policy concerning 
the reprogramming of funds. Section 505(a) prohibits the 
reprogramming of funds which: (1) creates or initiates a new 
program, project or activity; (2) eliminates a program, 
project, or activity, unless the Appropriations Committees of 
both Houses of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (3) 
increases funds or personnel by any means for any project or 
activity for which funds have been denied or restricted, unless 
the Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (4) relocates offices or 
employees, unless the Appropriations Committees of both Houses 
of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (5) reorganizes or 
renames offices, programs, or activities, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (6) contracts out or privatizes 
any function or activity presently performed by Federal 
employees unless the Appropriations Committees of both Houses 
of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (7) proposes to 
use funds directed for a specific activity by either the House 
or Senate Committees on Appropriations, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (8) augments funds for existing 
programs, projects or activities in excess of $500,000 or 10 
percent, whichever is less, or reduces by 10 percent funding 
for any existing program, project, or activity, or numbers of 
personnel by 10 percent as approved by Congress, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; or (9) results from any general 
savings, including savings from a reduction in personnel, which 
would result in a change in existing programs, activities, or 
projects as approved by Congress unless the Appropriations 
Committees of both Houses of Congress are notified 15 days in 
advance. No reprogramming of funds is permitted after August 1, 
except in extraordinary circumstances and only after the House 
and Senate Committees are notified in advance of such 
reprogramming of funds. Agencies must follow reprogramming 
procedures with respect to carryover funds.
    Section 506 prohibits funds from being used to implement, 
administer, or enforce any guidelines of the Equal Employment 
Opportunity Commission covering harassment based on religion 
similar to proposed guidelines published by the EEOC in October 
1993.
    Section 507 provides that if it is determined that any 
person intentionally affixes a ``Made in America'' label to any 
product that was not made in America that person shall not be 
eligible to receive any contract or subcontract with funds made 
available in this Act.
    Section 508 requires quarterly reporting to Congress of 
unobligated balances that were received during any previous 
fiscal year.
    Section 509 provides that any closing or downsizing costs 
incurred by a department or agency funded under this Act 
resulting from funding reductions in the Act shall be absorbed 
within the budgetary resources available to the Department or 
agency, and provides transfer authority between appropriation 
accounts to carry out the provision, subject to reprogramming 
procedures.
    Section 510 prohibits funds made available in this Act from 
being used to promote the sale or export of tobacco or tobacco 
products or to seek the reduction or removal of foreign 
restrictions on the marketing of tobacco products, provided 
that such restrictions are applied equally to all tobacco 
products or tobacco products of the same type. This provision 
is not intended to impact routine international trade services 
provided to all U.S. citizens, including the processing of 
applications to establish foreign trade zones.
    Section 511 prohibits funds made available in this Act from 
being used to implement a Federal user fee for background 
checks conducted pursuant to the Brady Handgun Control Act of 
1993, or to implement a background check system that does not 
require and result in the destruction of certain information 
within 24 hours.
    Section 512 delays the obligations of any receipts 
deposited into the Crime Victims Fund in excess of $700,000,000 
until October 1, 2010. This language is continued to ensure a 
stable source of funds will remain available for the program, 
despite inconsistent levels of criminal fines deposited 
annually into the fund.
    Section 513 prohibits the use of Department of Justice 
funds for programs that discriminate against or denigrate the 
religious beliefs of students participating in such programs.
    Section 514 prohibits the transfer of funds in the Act to 
any department or agency of the United States Government, 
except for transfers made under authorities provided in this, 
or any other appropriations Act.
    Section 515 provides that funds provided for E-Government 
Initiatives shall be subject to the procedures set forth in 
section 505 of this Act.
    Section 516 requires the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, 
Firearms and Explosives to include specific language in any 
release of tracing study data that makes clear that trace data 
cannot be used to draw broad conclusions about firearms-related 
crime.
    Section 517 requires certain timetables of audits performed 
by Inspectors General of the departments and agencies funded in 
this Act.
    Section 518 prohibits the use of funds to process patents 
of human organisms. The intent of this provision is as 
expressed in the colloquy between the provision's sponsor in 
the House and the Ranking Minority Member of the House 
Committee on Appropriations as occurred on July 22, 2003, with 
respect to any existing patents on stem cells.
    Section 519 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to be 
used to support or justify torture by any official or contract 
employee of the United States Government.
    Section 520 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to 
require certain export licenses.
    Section 521 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to deny 
certain import applications regarding ``curios or relics'' 
firearms, parts, or ammunition.
    Section 522 prohibits the use of funds to include certain 
language in trade agreements.
    Section 523 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to 
authorize or issue a National Security Letter (NSL) in 
contravention of certain laws authorizing the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation to issue NSLs.
    Section 524 requires the congressional notification of any 
project within the Departments of Commerce or Justice, or the 
National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics Space 
Administration totaling more than $75,000,000 that has cost 
increases of at least 10 percent.
    Section 525 deems funds for intelligence or intelligence-
related activities as authorized by the Congress until the 
enactment of the Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal year 
2010.
    Section 526 requires the departments and agencies funded in 
this Act to establish and maintain on the homepages of their 
Internet website direct links to their Offices of Inspector 
General, and a mechanism by which individuals may anonymously 
report cases of waste, fraud and abuse.
    Section 527 prohibits contracts or grant awards in excess 
of $5,000,000 unless the prospective contractor or grantee that 
has not certified that he has filed all Federal tax returns, 
has not been convicted of a criminal offense under the IRS Code 
of 1986, and has no unpaid Federal tax assessment.
    Section 528 prohibits the use of funds in this Act that is 
inconsistent with the principal negotiating objectives of the 
United States with respect to trade laws.
    Section 529 provides for rescissions of unobligated 
balances in certain departments and agencies funded in the Act.
    Section 530 prohibits the use of funds in this Act for the 
purchase of first class or premium airline travel.
    Section 531 prohibits the use of funds to pay for the 
attendance of more than 50 employees at any single conference 
outside the United States.
    Section 532 prohibits the use of funds for the release of 
an individual detained at Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 
into the United States, and prohibits the transfer of an 
individual detained at Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 
until a comprehensive plan is submitted.
    Section 533 allows LSC grantees to recover attorney's fees 
when permitted under Federal or State laws.
    Section 534 provides authority to the Attorney General to 
pay certain relocation expenses of the immediate dependent 
family of a law enforcement or corrections officer who dies 
while performing official duties.

            House of Representatives Reporting Requirements

    The following materials are submitted in accordance with 
various requirements of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives:

               Changes in the Application of Existing Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following statements are 
submitted describing the effect of provisions in the 
accompanying bill which directly or indirectly change the 
application of existing law.

                    Title I--Department of Commerce

    International Trade Administration:
    
 Includes language providing funds for engaging in 
trade promotion activities abroad, including in expenses of 
grants and cooperative agreements for the purposes of promoting 
exports of U.S. firms.
    
 Includes language that provides full medical 
coverage for dependent members of immediate families of 
employees stationed overseas and employees temporarily posted 
overseas; travel and transportation of employees of the United 
States and Foreign Commercial Service; employment of Americans 
and aliens by contract for services; rental of space abroad and 
expenses of alteration, repair, or improvement; purchase or 
construction of temporary demountable exhibition structures for 
use abroad; and payment of tort claims.
    
 Includes language regarding official 
representation expenses abroad and the purchase of passenger 
motor vehicles for official use abroad.
    
 Provides a legislative set-aside, for the Office 
of China Compliance and the China Countervailing Duty group.
    
 Includes language regarding the contribution to 
the Mutual Educational and Culture Exchange Act of 1961 to 
include payment for assessment.
    
 Includes language that relates to World Trade 
Organization negotiations and antidumping and countervailing 
duties.
    
 Includes language regarding the World Trade 
Organization and negotiating objectives.
    
 Includes language that stipulates that funds 
provided for specific items shall be available in the amounts 
specified in the report accompanying this Act.
    Bureau of Industry and Security: Operations and 
Administration:
    
 Includes language regarding export administration 
and national security activities of the Department of Commerce.
    
 Includes language providing for the costs 
associated with the performance of export administration field 
activities both domestically and abroad; full medical coverage 
for dependent members of immediate families of employees 
stationed overseas; employment of Americans and aliens by 
contract for services abroad; payment of tort claims; official 
representation expenses abroad; awards of compensation to 
informers; purchase of passenger motor vehicles for official 
use and motor vehicles for law enforcement use; and inspections 
and other activities related to national security.
    
 Includes language regarding the Mutual Educational 
and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 and the retention of payments 
and contributions.
    Economic Development Administration: Salaries and Expenses:
    
 Includes language regarding the monitoring of 
approved projects.
    Minority Business Development Agency:
    
 Includes language making funds available for 
developing minority business enterprise, including expenses of 
grants, contracts and other agreements.
    
 Includes language that stipulates that funds 
provided for specific items shall be available in the amounts 
specified in the report accompanying this Act.
    Bureau of the Census Periodic Census and Programs:
    
 Includes language regarding collecting data on 
race.
    
 Includes language relating to the use of funds for 
promotion, outreach and marketing activities.
    National Telecommunications and Information Administration:
    
 Includes language permitting the Secretary of 
Commerce to charge federal agencies for costs in spectrum 
management, analysis, operations, and related services; and to 
use such collections in telecommunications research.
    Public Telecommunications Facilities, Planning and 
Construction:
    
 Includes language providing funds available for 
program administration and makes unobligated balances available 
for grants.
    United States Patent and Trademark Office:
    
 Includes language providing that appropriated 
funds be reduced as offsetting collections are assessed and 
collected and reducing appropriations if fee collections are 
less than appropriated funding.
    
 Provides for the availability of funds received in 
excess of appropriations to be available until expended.
    
 Includes language regarding basic pay and certain 
retirement benefits; limiting official reception and 
representation expenses; and providing that sections 801, 802, 
and 803 of division B, of P.L. 108-447 shall remain in effect 
during fiscal year 2010.
    
 Includes authority to permit the establishment of 
fees related to the electronic filing of documents.
    
 Provides authority to enter into cooperative 
agreements to conduct policy studies related to fair 
international protection of intellectual property rights.
    National Institute of Standards and Technology Scientific 
and Technical Research and Services:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for official 
reception and representation expenses and transfers to the 
working capital fund.
    Industrial Technology Service:
    
 Provides for the multi-year availability of funds 
provided for the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership.
    
 Provides for the multi-year availability of funds 
provided for Technical Innovation Program.
    Construction of Research Facilities:
    
 Provides for the multi-year availability of funds 
provided for construction of research facilities.
    
 Includes language regarding the submission of 
certain materials in support of construction budget requests.
    
 Provides funding for a competitive construction 
grant program.
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA): 
Operations, Research and Facilities:
    
 Includes language specifying the use of funds and 
providing for two year availability for cooperative enforcement 
funds.
    
 Includes language allowing fees and donations 
received by a particular line office to be retained and used 
for expenses related to those activities.
    
 Provides that certain funds be derived from 
various sources.
    
 Includes language limiting the amount of funds 
that can be provided for corporate services, administrative 
support, and the Department working capital fund, including 
general counsel legal services.
    
 Includes language specifying that deviations from 
amounts included in the report accompanying the Act shall be 
subject to section 505 of this Act.
    
 Includes language restricting funds under the 
Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, as amended.
    
 Includes language providing for retired pay 
expenses.
    
 Includes language that stipulates that funds 
provided for specific items shall be available in the amounts 
specified in the report accompanying this Act.
    Procurement, Acquisition and Construction:
    
 Provides for the multi-year availability of funds 
provided for construction of facilities.
    
 Provides that certain funds be derived from 
various sources.
    
 Includes language that stipulates that funds 
provided for specific items shall be available in the amounts 
specified in the report accompanying this Act.
    
 Includes language specifying that deviations from 
amounts included in the report accompanying the Act shall be 
subject to section 505 of this Act.
    Coastal Zone Management Funds:
    
 Includes language relating to offsetting 
collections.
    Fisheries Finance Program Account:
    
 Includes limitations on individual fishing quota 
loans and for traditional direct loans and prohibits direct 
loans for any new fishing vessel that will increase the 
harvesting capacity in any U.S. fishery.
    Departmental Management:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for official 
reception and representation expenses.
    
 Includes language regarding audits and evaluations 
by the Bureau of the Census and retains from obligation funds 
until the Secretary has certified that the Bureau of the Census 
has met all best practices related to contracting and 
information technology.
    Herbert C. Hoover Building Renovation and Modernization:
    
 Includes language regarding blast windows for 
renovation and modernization.
    General Provisions: Department of Commerce
    
 Includes language making appropriations and funds 
available for advance payments only on the Secretary's 
certification that such payments are in the public interest.
    
 Includes language providing for use of 
appropriations for salaries and expenses for hire of passenger 
motor vehicles and uniforms or such allowances, as authorized.
    
 Includes a provision regarding transfers between 
NOAA and the Department.
    
 Includes a provision requiring the absorption of 
funding reductions related to personnel actions.
    
 Includes a provision adopting section 112 of 
division B of Public Law 110-61.
    
 Includes a provision allowing the Secretary of 
Commerce to furnish services within Department of Commerce 
buildings for reimbursement, which would then be credited to 
the appropriation or fund that provides such services.
    
 Includes a provision authorizing the Administrator 
of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to avail 
the agency of resources of other departments, agencies or 
instrumentalities of the United States or any political 
subdivision thereof, or foreign government or international 
organization to carry out the responsibilities of any statute 
administered by the agency.

                    Title II--Department of Justice

    General Administration (GA):
    
 Includes language authorizing the transfer of 
funds between offices in this account; limiting the amount that 
offices within GA can increase or decrease; providing for 
specific amounts for various offices; extending availability 
for construction funds; and requiring notification on funding 
changes.
    National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC):
    
 Includes language designating funds for 
reimbursement of personnel for support of the Department of 
Defense's counter-drug intelligence responsibilities.
    
 Includes language establishing that NDIC shall 
maintain the personnel and technical resources needed to 
conduct document and computer exploitation capabilities.
    Justice Information Sharing Technology:
    
 Includes a specific amount for the unified 
financial management system.
    Tactical Law Enforcement Wireless Communications:
    
 Includes language regarding the transfer of funds 
for purchasing portable and mobile radios, which shall be 
subject to section 505 of this Act.
    Detention Trustee:
    
 Includes language establishing that the Trustee 
shall be responsible for managing the Justice Prisoner and 
Alien Transportation System.
    
 Includes language limiting the amount of funds 
considered as ``funds appropriated for State and local law 
enforcement assistance''.
    General Legal Activities:
    
 Includes language limiting the amount of funds for 
official representation and reception expenses available to the 
United States National Central Bureau.
    
 Includes language providing the Attorney General 
certain authorities when emergent circumstances require 
additional funding for litigation activities, which shall be 
subject to the provisions of section 505 of this Act.
    
 Provides funds to reimburse the Office of 
Personnel Management for expenses associated with the election 
monitoring program and provides for extended availability.
    Antitrust Division:
    
 Includes language regarding the use of fees under 
the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvement Act.
    United States Attorneys:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for official 
reception.
    United States Trustee System Funds:
    
 Includes language regarding refunds due 
depositors; provides for the extended availability of certain 
funds and the use of offsetting collections.
    Fees and Expenses of Witnesses:
    
 Includes language regarding funds for construction 
of buildings for safesites, armored and other vehicles, and 
telecommunication equipment.
    Community Relations Service:
    
 Includes language regarding the transfer of funds 
for conflict resolution and violence prevention activities 
within the community relations service, which shall be subject 
to the provisions of section 505 of this Act.
    United States Marshals Services:
    
 Includes language providing for official reception 
and representation expenses, information technology systems, 
and courthouse security.
    National Security Division:
    
 Includes language providing for the transfers of 
funds in emergent circumstances, which shall be subject to the 
provisions of section 505 of this Act.
    Interagency Law Enforcement, Interagency Crime and Drug 
Enforcement:
    
 Includes language regarding certain 
reimbursements.
    Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI):
    
 Includes allocations of funds for certain 
activities within the FBI.
    Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA):
    
 Provides funding for necessary expenses of the 
DEA, to include drug education and training programs, and 
provides for official reception and representation expenses.
    Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF):
    
 Provides funding for the necessary expenses of the 
ATF, to include training of state and local law enforcement, 
training of canines and provision of laboratory assistance.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses in 
connection with consolidating or centralizing records of 
acquisition and disposition of firearms maintained by Federal 
firearms licensees.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
implement amendments to 27 CFR 478.11, change the definition of 
``Curios or relics'' or remove items from ATF publication 
5300.11.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
investigate or act upon applications for relief from Federal 
firearms disabilities under 18 U.S.C. 925.
    
 Includes language regarding expenses to 
investigate applications filed by corporations for relief from 
section 925(c) of title 18 U.S.C.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
transfer mission or activities from ATF to other agencies.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
disclose part or all of the contents of the Firearms Trace 
System database or any information required to be kept by 
licensees, except as provided.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
promulgate or implement any rule requiring a physical inventory 
of licensed businesses.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to 
retrieve certain information electronically.
    
 Includes language that prohibits expenses to deny 
an application for certain licenses.
    Federal Prison System:
    
 Includes language that provides for the transfer 
to the Health Resources and System Administration funds 
necessary for medical relief of inmates.
    
 Includes language that provides authority to the 
Director to enter into contracts to furnish health care.
    
 Includes a limitation on funds for receptions and 
provides authority for the Federal Prison System to accept 
donated property and services.
    Building and Facilities:
    
 Includes language stating labor of prisoners may 
be used for work.
    Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated:
    
 Includes language authorizing Federal Prison 
Industries to make expenditures in accord with the law.
    
 Includes a limitation on administrative expenses 
for Federal Prison Industries.
    Office on Violence Against Women:
    
 Includes a limitation on funds to be made 
available for expenses related to evaluation, training, and 
technical assistance, and provides for specific appropriations 
for various programs within the Office on Violence Against 
Women.
    Justice Assistance:
    
 Includes language providing specific 
appropriations for various programs within the Office of 
Justice Programs.
    State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance:
    
 Includes language providing for specific 
appropriations for various programs and activities.
    
 Includes language requiring units of local 
government that receive funds through this appropriation for 
increasing their number of law enforcement officers to achieve 
a net gain in the number of law enforcement officers who 
perform non-administrative public safety service.
    Juvenile Justice Programs:
    
 Includes language providing for specific 
appropriations for various programs and activities.
    
 Includes a limitation on funds to be made 
available for expenses related to research, evaluation, and 
statistics activities and a limitation on funds to be made 
available for expenses related to training and technical 
assistance activities.
    Community Oriented Policing Services:
    
 Includes language providing funds for specific 
appropriations for various programs and activities.
    
 Includes language regarding funds derived from 
deobligated balances shall be available in accordance with the 
provisions of section 505 of this Act.
    General Provisions, Department of Justice:
    
 Includes a provision making available additional 
reception and representation funding for the Attorney General 
from the amounts provided in this title.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds to pay 
for an abortion, except in the case of rape or to preserve the 
life of the mother.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds to 
require any person to perform or facilitate the performance of 
an abortion.
    
 Includes a provision establishing the obligation 
of the Director of the Bureau of Prisons to provide escort 
services to inmates receiving an abortion outside of a Federal 
facility, except where this obligation conflicts with the 
preceding section.
    
 Includes a provision establishing the Committee's 
requirements and procedures for transfer proposals.
    
 Includes an authorization for the Attorney General 
to extend an ongoing Personnel Management Demonstration 
Project.
    
 Includes an extension of specified authorities to 
the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for 
undercover operations.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds for 
transporting prisoners classified as maximum or high security, 
other than to a facility certified by the Bureau of Prisons as 
appropriately secure.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds for the 
purchase or rental by Federal prisons of audiovisual equipment, 
services and materials used primarily for recreational 
purposes, except for those items and services needed for inmate 
training, religious, or educational purposes.
    
 Includes a requirement for review by the Deputy 
Attorney General and the Department Investment Review Board 
prior to the obligation or expenditure of funds for major 
information technology projects.
    
 Includes a provision requiring the Department to 
follow reprogramming procedures prior to any deviation from the 
program amounts specified in this title or the reuse of 
deobligated funds provided in previous years.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds for A-
76 competitions for work performed by employees of the Bureau 
of Prisons or Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds to pay 
the salary, benefits or expenses of a U.S. Attorney performing 
dual duties that exempt that U.S. Attorney from established 
residency requirements.
    
 Includes a prohibition on the use of funds for 
future phases of the Sentinel program until the AG certifies 
that work on existing phases has been substantially completed 
under a validated performance baseline.
    
 Includes a provision allowing the use, for 
research and statistical purposes, of up to one percent of 
funds made available to OJP as formula grants and the use, for 
training and technical assistance, of up to three percent of 
funds made available to OJP.
    
 Includes authority for the Attorney General to 
waive matching requirements for adult and juvenile offender 
state and local reentry demonstration grants under the Second 
Chance Act.
    
 Includes the extension of permanent retention and 
relocation bonus authorities to the FBI.
    
 Includes the extension of foreign language 
proficiency pay authorities to the FBI.

                           Title III--Science

    National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
    Science:
    
 Includes appropriations for one- and two-year 
availability.
    Aeronautics:
    
 Includes appropriations for one- and two-year 
availability.
    Exploration:
    
 Includes appropriations for one- and two-year 
availability.
    Space Operations:
    
 Includes appropriations for one- and two-year 
availability.
    
 Includes language providing specific amounts for 
Space Shuttle, International Space Station operations, and 
Space and Flight Services.
    
 Includes language that states that amounts 
provided for Space operations include expenses of certain 
utilization flights, which shall be considered henceforth as 
baseline flight, and requires the Administrator to certify to 
the Congress that each mission is necessary and can be flown 
safely.
    Cross Agency Support:
    
 Includes an appropriation available for one year.
    
 Includes language providing for specific sums for 
independent verification and validation activities.
    
 Includes language subjecting to annual 
appropriations receipts and expenditures made pursuant to 
enhanced use lease arrangements.
    
 Includes language that stipulates that funds 
provided for specific items shall be available in the amounts 
specified in the report accompanying this Act.
    Construction and environmental compliance and remediation:
    
 Includes an appropriation for construction and 
environmental compliance and remediation to be available for 
five years, and specifies amounts for specific mission 
directorates and institutional investments.
    Administrative Provisions:
    
 Includes language regarding the availability of 
funds for announced prizes.
    
 Includes language regarding transfers of funds.
    
 Includes language regarding reductions in force.
    National Science Foundation:
    
 Includes language regarding the procurement of 
polar icebreaking services, reimbursements to the Coast Guard 
for sums as agreed to according to the existing memorandum of 
agreement, and authority to credit to the appropriation 
receipts from support services and materials.
    
 Includes language providing amounts for the 
Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research 
(EPSCoR).
    Agency Operations and Award Management:
    
 Includes language regarding contracts for 
maintenance and operation of facilities and the reimbursement 
for security guard services.
    Office of the National Science Board:
    
 Includes language funds for official reception and 
representation.

                       Title IV--Related Agencies

    Commission on Civil Rights:
    
 Includes language prohibiting expenses to employ a 
specific level of full-time individuals or to reimburse 
Commissioners for certain billable days.
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for official 
reception and representation.
    
 Includes language prohibiting any action to 
implement any workforce repositioning, except as in accordance 
with the provisions of section 505 of this Act.
    
 Includes language authorizing the Chair to accept 
donations or gifts to carry out the work of the Commission.
    Legal Services Corporation:
    
 Includes language regarding pay for officers and 
employees.
    
 Includes language continuing certain conditions 
and restrictions on the use of funds.
    Office of the United States Trade Representative:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for official 
reception and representation and provides funding for specific 
activities.
    State Justice Institute:
    
 Includes language limiting funds for reception and 
representation.

                      Title V--General Provisions

    Section 501 prohibits the use of funds for publicity or 
propaganda purposes unless expressly authorized by law.
    Section 502 prohibits any appropriation contained in this 
Act from remaining available for obligation beyond the current 
fiscal year unless explicitly authorized.
    Section 503 provides that the expenditure of any 
appropriation contained in the Act for any consulting service 
through procurement contracts shall be limited to those 
contracts where such expenditures are a matter of public record 
and available for public inspection, except where otherwise 
provided under existing law or under existing Executive Order 
issued pursuant to existing law.
    Section 504 provides that if any provision of the Act or 
the application of such provision to any person or circumstance 
shall be held invalid, the remainder of the Act and the 
application of such provisions to persons or circumstances 
other than those to which it is held invalid shall not be 
affected.
    Section 505 provides for the Committee's policy concerning 
the reprogramming of funds. Section 505(a) prohibits the 
reprogramming of funds which: (1) creates or initiates a new 
program, project or activity; (2) eliminates a program, 
project, or activity, unless the Appropriations Committees of 
both Houses of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (3) 
increases funds or personnel by any means for any project or 
activity for which funds have been denied or restricted, unless 
the Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (4) relocates offices or 
employees, unless the Appropriations Committees of both Houses 
of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (5) reorganizes or 
renames offices, programs, or activities, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (6) contracts out or privatizes 
any function or activity presently performed by Federal 
employees unless the Appropriations Committees of both Houses 
of Congress are notified 15 days in advance; (7) proposes to 
use funds directed for a specific activity by either the House 
or Senate Committees on Appropriations, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; (8) augments funds for existing 
programs, projects or activities in excess of $500,000 or 10 
percent, whichever is less, or reduces by 10 percent funding 
for any existing program, project, or activity, or numbers of 
personnel by 10 percent as approved by Congress, unless the 
Appropriations Committees of both Houses of Congress are 
notified 15 days in advance; or (9) results from any general 
savings, including savings from a reduction in personnel, which 
would result in a change in existing programs, activities, or 
projects as approved by Congress unless the Appropriations 
Committees of both Houses of Congress are notified 15 days in 
advance. No reprogramming of funds is permitted after August 1, 
except in extraordinary circumstances and only after the House 
and Senate Committees are notified in advance of such 
reprogramming of funds. Agencies must follow reprogramming 
procedures with respect to carryover funds.
    Section 506 prohibits funds from being used to implement, 
administer, or enforce any guidelines of the Equal Employment 
Opportunity Commission covering harassment based on religion 
similar to proposed guidelines published by the EEOC in October 
1993.
    Section 507 provides that if it is determined that any 
person intentionally affixes a ``Made in America'' label to any 
product that was not made in America that person shall not be 
eligible to receive any contract or subcontract with funds made 
available in this Act.
    Section 508 requires quarterly reporting to Congress of 
unobligated balances that were received during any previous 
fiscal year.
    Section 509 provides that any closing or downsizing costs 
incurred by a department or agency funded under this Act 
resulting from funding reductions in the Act shall be absorbed 
within the budgetary resources available to the Department or 
agency, and provides transfer authority between appropriation 
accounts to carry out the provision, subject to reprogramming 
procedures.
    Section 510 prohibits funds made available in this Act from 
being used to promote the sale or export of tobacco or tobacco 
products or to seek the reduction or removal of foreign 
restrictions on the marketing of tobacco products, provided 
that such restrictions are applied equally to all tobacco 
products or tobacco products of the same type. This provision 
is not intended to impact routine international trade services 
provided to all U.S. citizens, including the processing of 
applications to establish foreign trade zones.
    Section 511 prohibits funds made available in this Act from 
being used to implement a Federal user fee for background 
checks conducted pursuant to the Brady Handgun Control Act of 
1993, or to implement a background check system that does not 
require and result in the destruction of certain information 
within 24 hours.
    Section 512 delays the obligations of any receipts 
deposited into the Crime Victims Fund in excess of $700,000,000 
until October 1, 2010. This language is continued to ensure a 
stable source of funds will remain available for the program, 
despite inconsistent levels of criminal fines deposited 
annually into the fund.
    Section 513 prohibits the use of Department of Justice 
funds for programs that discriminate against or denigrate the 
religious beliefs of students participating in such programs.
    Section 514 prohibits the transfer of funds in the Act to 
any department or agency of the United States Government, 
except for transfers made under authorities provided in this, 
or any other appropriations Act.
    Section 515 provides that funds provided for E-Government 
Initiatives shall be subject to the procedures set forth in 
section 505 of this Act.
    Section 516 requires the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, 
Firearms and Explosives to include specific language in any 
release of tracing study data that makes clear that trace data 
cannot be used to draw broad conclusions about firearms-related 
crime.
    Section 517 requires certain timetables of audits performed 
by Inspectors General of the departments and agencies funded in 
this Act.
    Section 518 prohibits the use of funds to process patents 
of human organisms. The intent of this provision is as 
expressed in the colloquy between the provision's sponsor in 
the House and the Ranking Minority Member of the House 
Committee on Appropriations as occurred on July 22, 2003, with 
respect to any existing patents on stem cells.
    Section 519 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to be 
used to support or justify torture by any official or contract 
employee of the United States Government.
    Section 520 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to 
require certain export licenses.
    Section 521 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to deny 
certain import applications regarding ``curios or relics'' 
firearms, parts, or ammunition.
    Section 522 prohibits the use of funds to include certain 
language in trade agreements.
    Section 523 prohibits the use of funds in this Act to 
authorize or issue a National Security Letter (NSL) in 
contravention of certain laws authorizing the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation to issue NSLs.
    Section 524 requires the congressional notification of any 
project within the Departments of Commerce or Justice, or the 
National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics Space 
Administration totaling more than $75,000,000 that has cost 
increases of at least 10 percent.
    Section 525 deems funds for intelligence or intelligence-
related activities as authorized by the Congress until the 
enactment of the Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal year 
2010.
    Section 526 requires the departments and agencies funded in 
this Act to establish and maintain on the homepages of their 
Internet website direct links to their Offices of Inspector 
General, and a mechanism by which individuals may anonymously 
report cases of waste, fraud and abuse.
    Section 527 prohibits contracts or grant awards in excess 
of $5,000,000 unless the prospective contractor or grantee that 
has not certified that he has filed all Federal tax returns, 
has not been convicted of a criminal offense under the IRS Code 
of 1986, and has no unpaid Federal tax assessment.
    Section 528 prohibits the use of funds in this Act that is 
inconsistent with the principal negotiating objectives of the 
United States with respect to trade laws.
    Section 529 provides for rescissions of unobligated 
balances in certain departments and agencies funded in the Act.
    Section 530 prohibits the use of funds in this Act for the 
purchase of first class or premium airline travel.
    Section 531 prohibits the use of funds to pay for the 
attendance of more than 50 employees at any single conference 
outside the United States.
    Section 532 prohibits the use of funds for the release of 
an individual detained at Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 
into the United States, and prohibits the transfer of an 
individual detained at Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 
until a comprehensive plan is submitted.
    Section 533 allows LSC grantees to recover attorney's fees 
when permitted or required under Federal or State law.
    Section 534 provides authority to the Attorney General to 
pay certain relocation expenses of the immediate dependent 
family of a law enforcement or corrections officer who dies 
while performing official duties.

                  Appropriations Not Authorized by Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following table lists the 
appropriations in the accompanying bill which are not 
authorized by law:

                                                   [$ in 000s]
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                                                                                  Appropriations
                                                   Last year of    Authorization   in last year   Appropriations
                 Agency/program                    authorization       level            of         in this bill
                                                                                   authorization
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                                         TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Economic Development Administration:
    Economic Development Administration, S&E....            2008       such sums         $30,832         $38,000
Economic Development Assistance Programs:
    Public Works and Economic Development.......            2008        $425,000         235,000         255,000
International Trade Administration:
    Export Promotion............................            1996       such sums         248,726         248,200
Bureau of Industry and Security:
    Export Administration.......................            2001       such sums          64,711          54,432
    Defense Production Act......................            2009       such sums          14,767          14,767
National Telecommunications and Information
 Administration:
    National Telecommunications and Information             1993          17,900          21,823          19,999
     Administration--S&E........................
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
  Operations, Research and Facilities:
  National Ocean Service:
    Coral Reef Conservation.....................            2004          16,000          16,000          31,500
    Coastal Zone Management.....................            1999          55,100          58,500          77,900
    Hydrographic Service Improvement............            2007         148,219         231,500         152,293
    Marine Protection, Research, Preservation &             2005          40,000          57,958          49,995
     Sanctuaries................................
    Estuary Restoration.........................            2005          76,500           1,092           3,000
National Marine Fisheries Services:
    Endangered Species Act Amendment............            1992           6,750           8,236          15,987
    Marine Mammal Protection....................            1999          14,768          22,927          47,000
    International Dolphin Conservation Program..            2001           6,800           3,146           3,700
    NOAA Marine Fisheries Program...............            2000         110,470         125,596         190,133
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research:
    National Sea Grant College Program..........            2008         103,000          57,043          59,085
Procurement, Acquisition and Construction:
  National Ocean Service:
    Marine Protection, Research, Preservation &             2005           6,000           3,683          15,995
     Sanctuaries................................
National Institute of Standards and Technology:
  Scientific & Technical Research & Services:
    Earthquake Hazard Reduction.................            2009          14,640           1,700           4,100

                                         TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

General Administration--S&E.....................            2009         181,561         105,805         118,488
Detention Trustee...............................            2009       1,858,509       1,295,319       1,438,663
Justice Information Sharing Technology..........            2009         204,152          80,000         109,417
Law Enforcement Wireless Communications.........            2009         144,771         185,000         205,143
Administrative Review & Appeals.................            2009         243,291         266,000         296,685
Office of the Inspector General.................            2009          81,922          75,681          84,368
U.S. Parole Commission..........................            2009          12,711          12,570          12,859
National Security Division......................  ..............  ..............  ..............          87,938
General Legal Activities Salaries & Expenses....            2009         764,526         804,007         875,097
Antitrust Division--S&E.........................            2009         162,488         157,788         163,170
U.S. Attorneys--S&E.............................            2009       1,829,194       1,836,336       1,934,003
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission............            2009           1,429           1,823           2,117
U.S. Marshals Service...........................            2009         900,178         954,000       1,152,388
Fees & Expenses of Witnesses....................            2009         203,755         168,300         168,300
Community Relations Service.....................            2009          10,977           9,873          11,479
Assets Forfeiture Fund Current Budget Authority.            2009          22,000          20,990  ..............
Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement..........            2009         744,593         515,000         528,569
Federal Bureau of Investigation.................            2009       6,480,608       7,065,100       7,851,537
Drug Enforcement Administration--S&E............            2009       1,930,462       1,939,084       2,019,682
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms &                      2009       1,038,939       1,054,215       1,105,772
 Explosives.....................................
Federal Prison System...........................            2009       5,698,292       6,171,561       6,176,675
Office on Violence Against Women:
    Research on Violence Against Women (NIJ)....  ..............  ..............  ..............           3,000
Office of Justice Programs:
    Salaries & Expenses.........................  ..............  ..............  ..............         213,388
    National Institute of Justice...............            1995          33,000          58,879          45,000
    Bureau of Justice Statistics................            1995          33,000          32,335          60,000
    Regional Information Sharing Systems........            2003         100,000          29,000          45,000
    Victim Notification System..................            2009           5,000          12,000          12,000
    State and Local Antiterrorism Training......            2009           2,000           2,000           2,000
    State criminal justice reform/recidivism      ..............  ..............  ..............          10,000
     reduction..................................
    Assistance to local units of government       ..............  ..............  ..............           5,000
     (NIJ)......................................
    Byrne Discretionary Grants..................  ..............  ..............  ..............         124,000
    Byrne Competitive Grants....................  ..............  ..............  ..............          40,000
    Tribal Detention Facilities.................            2000           2,753           5,000          10,000
    Tribal Courts...............................            2004       such sums           7,898          25,000
    Alcohol and Substance Abuse programs........  ..............  ..............  ..............          12,000
    Southwest Border Prosecutor Initiative......  ..............  ..............  ..............          30,000
    Residential Substance Abuse Treatment.......            2000          72,000          61,677          30,000
    Drug Courts.................................            2008          70,000          15,200          45,000
    Prescription Drug Monitoring................  ..............  ..............  ..............           7,000
    Capital Litigation Improvement Grants.......            2009          75,000           5,500           5,500
    Missing Alzheimer's Program.................            1999             900             898           2,000
    Training for Judicial Personnel.............            2005           2,300               0           2,500
    Research on Violence Against Indian Women...            2008           1,000             940           1,000
    Grants for Televised Testimony..............            2005           1,000               0           1,000
    Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction........  ..............  ..............  ..............          15,000
    Criminal Records Upgrades...................            2007         250,000           9,873          10,000
    Part B--State Formula.......................            2007       such sums          78,978          75,000
    Part E--Demonstration Grants................            2007       such sums         104,674          68,000
    Youth Mentoring.............................  ..............  ..............  ..............          80,000
    Title V--Local Delinquency Prevention                   2008       such sums          61,100          62,000
     Incentive Grants...........................
    VOCA--Investigation and Prosecution of Child            2005           8,481          11,000          20,000
     Abuse......................................
    Juvenile Accountability Block Grant.........            2009         350,000          55,000          55,000
    Community Based Violence Prevention           ..............  ..............  ..............          18,000
     Initiative.................................
    Safe Start..................................            2007       such sums           9,898           7,000
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services:
    Community Policing..........................            2009       1,047,119         250,500         507,000
    Post-Conviction DNA Testing grants..........            2009           5,000           5,000           5,000
    Secure our Schools..........................            2009          30,000          16,000          16,000
    Sex Offender Management.....................            2009       such sums          18,000          28,000
        Sex Offender Management.................            2009       such sums         [5,000]        [15,000]
        National Sex Offender Public Registry...            2008             850           [850]         [1,000]

                                               TITLE III--SCIENCE

NASA:
    Science.....................................            2009       4,932,200       4,503,019       4,496,100
    Aeronautics.................................            2009         853,400         500,000         501,000
    Exploration.................................            2009       4,886,000       3,505,469       3,293,200
    Education...................................            2009         128,300         169,200         175,000
    Cross-agency support........................            2009       3,299,900       3,306,387       3,164,000
    Space operations............................            2009       6,074,700       5,764,710       6,097,300
    Construction and environmental compliance     ..............  ..............  ..............         441,700
     and remediation............................
    Office of Inspector General.................            2009          35,500          33,600          35,000

                                           TITLE IV--RELATED AGENCIES

Commission on Civil Rights......................            1995           9,500           8,904           9,400
International Trade Commission..................            2004          57,240          58,295          82,700
Payment to the Legal Services Corporation.......            1980         205,000         300,000         440,000
Marine Mammal Commission........................            1999           1,750           1,240           3,300
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.........            2004          33,108          41,552          48,326
State Justice Institute.........................            2008           7,000           3,760           5,131
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                           Transfers of Funds

    Pursuant to Clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, language is included transferring 
unexpended balances as follows:

          Under Coastal Zone Management Fund, language is 
        included to transfer funds to NOAA's operations, 
        research and facilities account.
          Under Community Oriented Policing Services, language 
        is included to transfer funds to the Drug Enforcement 
        Administration.

                              Rescissions

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following table is submitted 
describing the rescissions recommended in the accompanying 
bill:
          ``Legal Activities, Assets Forfeiture Fund'', 
        $285,000,000;
          ``Federal Bureau of Investigation, Salaries and 
        Expenses'', $50,000,000;
          ``Federal Bureau of Investigation, Construction'', 
        $80,822,000;
          ``Office of Justice Programs'', $42,000,000;
          ``Community Oriented Policing Services'', 
        $40,000,000.

                 Comparison With the Budget Resolution

    Clause 3(c)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives requires an explanation of compliance with 
section 308(a)(1)(A) of the Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-344), as 
amended, which requires that the report accompanying a bill 
providing new budget authority contain a statement detailing 
how that authority compares with the report submitted under 
section 302 of the Act for the most recently agreed to 
concurrent resolution on the budget for the fiscal year from 
the Committee's section 302(a) allocation.

                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                 302 (b) allocation             This bill
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Budget                    Budget
                                                               authority     Outlays     authority     Outlays
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
General purpose discretionary...............................       64,314       70,655       65,415       70,736
Mandatory...................................................          222          257          222          257
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                      Five-Year Outlay Projections

    In compliance with section 308(a)(1)(B) of the 
Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 
(Public Law 93-344), as amended, the following table contains 
five-year projections associated with the budget authority 
provided in the accompanying bill:

                        FISCAL YEAR 2010 OUTLAYS
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                         in millions of
                                                            dollars
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Budget authority.....................................             64,415
Outlays:
    2010.............................................             43,948
    2011.............................................             14,949
    2012.............................................              4,377
    2013.............................................              2,623
    2014 and future years............................              1,192
------------------------------------------------------------------------

               Assistance to State and Local Governments

    In accordance with section 308(a)(1)(C) of the 
Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 
(Public Law 93-344), as amended, the fiscal assistance to State 
and local government is as following:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                          Millions of
                                                            dollars
------------------------------------------------------------------------
FY 2010 new budget authority.........................                985
FY 2010 outlays resulting therefrom..................                 68
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                        Constitutional Authority

    Clause 3(d)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives states that:

          Each report of a committee on a bill or joint 
        resolution of a public character shall include a 
        statement citing the specific powers granted to the 
        Congress in the Constitution to enact the law proposed 
        by the bill or joint resolution.

    The Committee on Appropriations bases its authority to 
report this legislation from Clause 7 of Section 9 of Article I 
of the Constitution of the United States of America, which 
states:

          No money shall be drawn from the Treasury but in 
        consequence of Appropriations made by law. * * *

    Appropriations contained in this Act are made pursuant to 
this specific power granted by the Constitution.

         Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives

    Pursuant to clause 3(c)(4) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following is a statement of 
general performance goals and objectives for which this measure 
authorizes funding:

          The Committee on Appropriations considers program 
        performance, including a program's success in 
        developing and attaining outcome-related goals and 
        objectives in developing funding recommendations.

          Compliance With Rule XIII, Cl. 3(e) (Ramseyer Rule)

  In compliance with clause 3(e) of rule XIII of the Rules of 
the House of Representatives, changes in existing law made by 
the bill, as reported, are shown as follows (existing law 
proposed to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets, new 
matter is printed in italic, existing law in which no change is 
proposed is shown in roman):

               CHAPTER 57 OF TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE

    SUBCHAPTER I--TRAVEL AND SUBSISTENCE EXPENSES; MILEAGE ALLOWANCES

Sec.
5701.  Definitions.
     * * * * * * *

                 SUBCHAPTER IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

5751.  Travel expenses of witnesses.
     * * * * * * *
5761.  Foreign language proficiency pay awards for the Federal Bureau of 
          Investigation.

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


SUBCHAPTER IV--MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


Sec. 5759. Retention and relocation bonuses for the Federal Bureau of 
                    Investigation

  (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

  [(e) Termination of Authority.--The authority to grant 
bonuses under this section shall cease to be available after 
December 31, 2009.]

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


Sec. 5761. Foreign language proficiency pay awards for the Federal 
                    Bureau of Investigation

  The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation may, 
under regulations prescribed by the Director, pay a cash award 
of up to 10 percent of basic pay to any Bureau employee who 
maintains proficiency in a language or languages critical to 
the mission or who uses one or more foreign languages in the 
performance of official duties.
                              ----------                              


  SECTION 504 OF THE DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, AND STATE, THE 
        JUDICIARY, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1996

  Sec. 504. (a) None of the funds appropriated in this Act to 
the Legal Services Corporation may be used to provide financial 
assistance to any person or entity (which may be referred to in 
this section as a ``recipient'')--
          (1) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

          [(13) that claims (or whose employee claims), or 
        collects and retains, attorneys' fees pursuant to any 
        Federal or State law permitting or requiring the 
        awarding of such fees;]

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


                          Full Committee Votes

    Pursuant to the provisions of clause 3(b) of rule XIII of 
the House of Representative, the results of each roll call vote 
on an amendment or on the motion to report, together with the 
names of those voting for and those voting against, are printed 
below:

                            ROLL CALL NO. 1

    Date: June 9, 2009.
    Measure: Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies 
Appropriations Bill, 2010.
    Motion by: Mr. Calvert.
    Description of Motion: An amendment to increase 
appropriations for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program 
by $100,000,000 by reducing appropriations for Periodic 
Censuses and Programs by a like amount.
    Results: Rejected, 21 yeas to 30 nays.
        Members Voting Yea            Members Voting Nay
Mr. Aderholt                        Mr. Chandler
Mr. Alexander                       Ms. DeLauro
Mr. Bonner                          Mr. Dicks
Mr. Calvert                         Mr. Edwards
Mr. Carter                          Mr. Farr
Mr. Cole                            Mr. Fattah
Mr. Crenshaw                        Mr. Hinchey
Mr. Culberson                       Mr. Honda
Mrs. Emerson                        Mr. Israel
Mr. Frelinghuysen                   Mr. Jackson
Ms. Granger                         Ms. Kaptur
Mr. Kingston                        Ms. Kilpatrick
Mr. Latham                          Ms. Lee
Mr. Lewis                           Mrs. Lowey
Mr. Rehberg                         Ms. McCollum
Mr. Rogers                          Mr. Mollohan
Mr. Simpson                         Mr. Moran
Mr. Tiahrt                          Mr. Murtha
Mr. Wamp                            Mr. Obey
Mr. Wolf                            Mr. Olver
Mr. Young                           Mr. Pastor
                                    Mr. Price
                                    Mr. Rodriguez
                                    Mr. Rothman
                                    Ms. Roybal-Allard
                                    Mr. Ryan
                                    Mr. Schiff
                                    Mr. Serrano
                                    Mr. Visclosky
                                    Ms. Wasserman Schultz

                            ROLL CALL NO. 2

    Date: June 9, 2009.
    Measure: Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies 
Appropriations Bill, 2010.
    Motion by: Mr. Tiahrt.
    Description of Motion: To rescind unobligated balances of 
previous appropriations made in the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act of 2009.
    Results: Rejected, 22 yeas to 29 nays.
        Members Voting Yea            Members Voting Nay
Mr. Aderholt                        Mr. Chandler
Mr. Alexander                       Ms. DeLauro
Mr. Bonner                          Mr. Dicks
Mr. Calvert                         Mr. Edwards
Mr. Carter                          Mr. Farr
Mr. Cole                            Mr. Fattah
Mr. Crenshaw                        Mr. Hinchey
Mr. Culberson                       Mr. Honda
Mrs. Emerson                        Mr. Israel
Mr. Frelinghuysen                   Mr. Jackson
Ms. Granger                         Ms. Kaptur
Mr. Kingston                        Ms. Kilpatrick
Mr. Kirk                            Ms. Lee
Mr. Latham                          Mrs. Lowey
Mr. Lewis                           Ms. McCollum
Mr. Rehberg                         Mr. Mollohan
Mr. Rogers                          Mr. Moran
Mr. Simpson                         Mr. Murtha
Mr. Tiahrt                          Mr. Obey
Mr. Wamp                            Mr. Olver
Mr. Wolf                            Mr. Pastor
Mr. Young                           Mr. Price
                                    Mr. Rodriguez
                                    Mr. Rothman
                                    Ms. Roybal-Allard
                                    Mr. Ryan
                                    Mr. Schiff
                                    Mr. Serrano
                                    Ms. Wasserman Schultz




   Disclosure of Earmarks and Congressionally Directed Spending Items


       Directed Spending by Congress and by the Executive Branch

    This bill contains $8.73 billion in grant funding awarded 
solely at the discretion of the Administration, and $57 million 
in funding requested by the President for specific projects. In 
addition to placing a one year moratorium on earmarks in 
appropriations bills enacted in 2007 so that new rules could be 
put in place, the Committee has subsequently taken 
unprecedented action to increase transparency and reduce 
funding for earmarks. This bill continues to further reduce 
earmarks in 2010, by 3 percent below 2009. In this bill since 
2006, the total funding earmarked has been reduced by 52 
percent. This year earmarked funding will equal 1 percent of 
the cost of the bill. It should also be noted that under the 
policies adopted by the Committee the use of member earmarks 
awarded to for-profit entities as a functional equivalent of no 
bid contracts is ended. In cases where the Committee funds an 
earmark designated for a for-profit entity, the Committee 
includes legislative language requiring the Executive Branch to 
nonetheless issue a request for proposal that gives other 
entities an opportunity to apply and requires the agency to 
evaluate all bids received and make a decision based on merit. 
This gives the original designee an opportunity to be brought 
to the attention of the agency, but with the possibility that 
an alternative entity may be selected.

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               2006                           2008                      2009                 2010 Committtee
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     $ in                      $ in                      $ in
           $ in millions                 #         millions        #         millions        #         millions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$1,564............................        1,728         $823        1,544         $758        1,089         $368
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    The following table is submitted in compliance with clause 
9 of rule XXI, and lists the congressional earmarks (as defined 
in paragraph (e) of clause 9) contained in the bill or in this 
report. Neither the bill nor the report contain any limited tax 
benefits or limited tariff benefits as defined in paragraphs 
(f) or (g) of clause 9 of rule XXI.

                                                                                   COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE
                                                                            [Presidentially Directed Spending Items]
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                                                                                                                                                                  Requester(s)
    Agency          Account                        Recipient                                         Project                         Amount    -------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                                  Administration               House
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DOC             GP              Department of Commerce, Washington, DC           HCHB Renovation and Modernization Project          $5,000,000  The President
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DOC             GP              National Institute of Standards and Technology,  NIST Center for Neutron Research Expansion and     $8,000,000  The President
                                 Gaithersburg, MD                                 Reliability Improvements
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DOJ             NDIC            National Drug Intelligence Center, Johnstown,    Operations of the NDIC                            $44,023,000  The President
                                 PA
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                                                                                   COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE
                                                                            [Congressionally Directed Spending Items]
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     Agency          Account                          Recipient                                          Project                         Amount                     Requester(s)
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Agency           Account          Recipient                                         Project                                                 Amount  Requester(s)
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DOC              ITA              Clemson University, Clemson, SC                   Textile Research at Clemson University                $350,000  Barrett (SC)
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DOC              ITA              National Textile Center, Raleigh, NC              Textile Research                                    $1,800,000  Price (NC); Coble; Miller (NC); Scott (GA);
                                                                                                                                                     Shuler; McIntyre; Butterfield; Etheridge;
                                                                                                                                                     Watt
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DOC              ITA              St. Francis University and St. Vincent College,   Saint Francis University Center for Global            $350,000  Murtha
                                   Loretto, PA                                       Competitiveness
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DOC              ITA              Textile/Clothing Textile Corporation, Raleigh,    Textile Research Programs                             $965,000  Price (NC); Aderholt; Coble; Shuler; Miller
                                   NC                                                                                                                (NC); Kissell; Butterfield; Spratt; Watt
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DOC              ITA              UC Davis, Davis, CA                               Textile Research at UC Davis                          $250,000  Thompson (CA)
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DOC              MBDA             Jamaica Chamber of Commerce, Jamaica, NY          Jamaica Export Center                                 $100,000  Meeks (NY)
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DOC              MBDA             McAllen Economic Development Corporation,         McAllen Manufacturing Research and Education          $300,000  Hinojosa
                                   McAllen, TX                                       Park
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DOC              MBDA             West Liberty State College, West Liberty, WV      Emerging Minority Business Leaders                    $500,000  Mollohan
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Blue Guardians, Philadelphia, PA                  Coastal Environmental Education Outreach              $500,000  Fattah
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green,    Monitoring of Lake Erie Water Quality with            $500,000  Latta
                                   OH                                                Remote Sensing
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        California State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland,    California Seafloor Mapping Program                   $300,000  Schiff; Capps
                                   CA
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Caribbean Coral Reef Institute, University of     Caribbean Coral Reef Institute Grant Program          $100,000  Pierluisi
                                   Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, PR
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Solomons, MD    Alliance for Coastal Technologies                     $500,000  Hoyer
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        City of Hardy, Hardy, AR                          Upper Spring River Flood Warning System               $125,000  Berry
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Dauphin Island, AL        Biological and economic consideration of coastal      $750,000  Bonner
                                                                                     fisheries population
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Delaware River Basin Commission, West Trenton,    Delaware River Enhanced Flood Warning System          $200,000  Hinchey; Holt; Dent; Castle; Hall (NY)
                                   NJ
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Department of Lands and Natural Resources,        Mariana Islands Sanctuary Scoping and Outreach        $220,000  Sablan
                                   Saipan, MP
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc., Somerset, KY        Eastern Kentucky PRIDE, Inc.                        $1,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI        Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Science-Based        $500,000  Dingell; Conyers
                                                                                     Management of Invasive Species in the Detroit
                                                                                     River International Wildlife Refuge
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona     Aviation and Hurricane Research Utilizing             $300,000  Kosmas
                                   Beach, FL                                         Unmanned Aerial Systems
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH         Great Lakes Water Project                             $250,000  LaTourette
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Hawaii Division of Forestry and Wildlife, Hawaii  Protected Species Habitat at Kure Atoll (HI)          $100,000  Hirono
                                   Department of Land and Natural Resources,
                                   Honolulu, HI
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID             Boise Center Aerospace Laboratory Watershed           $500,000  Simpson
                                                                                     Modeling Utilizing LiDAR
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Illinois State Geological Survey, Champiagn, IL   Illinois Height Modernization                         $800,000  Johnson (IL); Schock
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Louisiana State University A&M College, Baton     The Louisiana Geodetic Spatial Reference Center       $700,000  Alexander
                                   Rouge, LA
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta,    Maine Lobster Research and Inshore Trawl Survey       $200,000  Pingree (ME); Michaud
                                   ME
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Marine Mammal Center, Sausalito, CA               Emergency Response and Health Investigations for      $300,000  Woolsey
                                                                                     Endangered and Threatened Pinniped Populations
                                                                                     in the Pacific
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Mississippi State University, Mississippi State,  NOAA Northern Gulf Institute                          $700,000  Harper
                                   MS
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Mobile County Commission, Alabama, Mobile, AL     Coastal tidal gauges                                  $600,000  Bonner
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ         The Resilient Coastal Urban Community and             $250,000  Pallone; Holt; Smith (NJ); Rothman (NJ)
                                                                                     Ecosystem (RESCUE) Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Morgan State University Estuarine Research        Oyster Hatchery Economic Pilot Program                $200,000  Hoyer; Cummings
                                   Center, St. Leonard, MD
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL              Science Consortium for Ocean Replenishment          $1,500,000  Buchanan; Dicks
                                                                                     (SCORE)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        National Marine Fisheries Service, Silver         Shrimp Industry Fishing Effort Research               $700,000  Ortiz; Boyd; Cao; Crenshaw; Wasserman
                                   Spring, MD                                        Continuation                                                    Schultz
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,  West Coast Governors' Agreement on Ocean Health       $500,000  Farr; Wu; Capps; Blumenauer
                                   Silver Spring, MD
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Nicholls State University Department of           Institute for Seafood Studies                         $325,000  Melancon
                                   Biological Sciences, Thibodaux, LA
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Severn, MD            Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System               $350,000  Kratovil; Sarbanes; Ruppersberger; Castle;
                                                                                                                                                     Scott (VA); Moran (VA)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Annapolis, MD         Native Oyster Restoration                             $700,000  Hoyer; Connolly (VA); Van Hollen; Norton;
                                                                                                                                                     Scott (VA); Moran (VA); Edwards (MD);
                                                                                                                                                     Sarbanes; Ruppersberger; Kratovil
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        NOAA Office of Education, Monterey, CA            California Bay Watershed Education and Training     $2,500,000  Pelosi; Farr; Capps
                                                                                     Program (B-WET)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        NOAA Office of Protected Resources, Silver        Hawaiian Monk Seal Recovery Plan Implementation       $275,000  Hirono
                                   Spring, MD
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale,    National Coral Reef Institute                         $200,000  Klein (FL); Wasserman Schultz
                                   FL
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR            Disease Reduction in Klamath River Salmon             $600,000  Walden; DeFazio; Schrader; Wu
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries, Point     Summer Flounder and Black Sea Initiative              $600,000  LoBiondo; Bishop (NY); Pallone; King (NY)
                                   Pleasant Beach, NJ
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies,          Northeast Coastal Monitoring Collaborative            $550,000  Delahunt; Tsongas
                                   Provincetown, MA
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        San Jose State University, San Jose, CA           Training the Next Generation Weather Forecasters      $180,000  Honda
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Southern Regional Climate Center, Baton Rouge,    NOAA Regional Climate Center program                  $850,000  Alexander
                                   LA
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        State of Wisconsin, Madison, WI                   Wisconsin Height Modernization Program              $1,000,000  Kagen; Obey
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        State University of New York, College of          Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change Models        $100,000  Arcuri; Tonko
                                   Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse,     for NY State Forests
                                   NY
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        The Alaska Sea Otter and Steller Sea Lion         Steller Sea Lion Comanagement, Biosampling and        $500,000  Young (AK)
                                   Commission, Old Harbor, AK                        Outreach/Education
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        The JASON Project, Ashburn, VA                    Science education through exploration               $4,000,000  Kennedy; Mollohan; Langevin; Culberson;
                                                                                                                                                     Moran (VA)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        The Nature Conservancy, Middletown, CT            Ecosystem Vitality Through Habitat Restoration        $200,000  DeLauro
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        The Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association,   The Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association        $100,000  Young (AK)
                                   Anchorage, AK
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Town of Dauphin Island, Dauphin Island, AL        Engineering feasibility study                       $1,500,000  Bonner
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Guam, Mangilao, GU                  Coral Reef Research Institute                         $300,000  Bordallo
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute,   Metagenomic Analysis of Chesapeake Bay                $100,000  Ruppersberger; Sarbanes; Van Hollen
                                   Baltimore, MD
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Maryland, College Park, MD          Development of Earth System Information Delivery      $150,000  Hoyer; Ruppersberger; Sarbanes; Bartlett
                                                                                     and Assessment
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA  Climate System Research Center                        $495,000  Olver
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of North Carolina-Wilmington,          Aquarius Reef Base Program                            $150,000  McIntyre
                                   Wilmington, NC
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK                National Weather Radar Testbed Phased Array         $2,000,000  Cole; Fallin; Boren
                                                                                     Radar
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Tennessee Space Institute,          Atmospheric Science Research                        $1,000,000  Davis (TN)
                                   Tullahoma, TN
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        University of Toledo, Toledo, OH                  Lake Erie Hydrological & Climate Modeling             $100,000  Kaptur
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC              NOAA--ORF        Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Glouster    Virginia TRAWL Survey                                 $300,000  Connolly (VA); Nye; Moran (VA); Wittman;
                                   Point, VA                                                                                                         Scott (VA)
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        West Virginia Department of Natural Resources,    Natural Stream Design and Restoration                 $750,000  Mollohan
                                   Charleston, WV
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DOC              NOAA--ORF        Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx, NY          Bronx River and South Bronx Waterfront              $1,000,000  Serrano
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DOJ              COPS Meth        American Detoxification Foundation/UMCP, Salt     Utah Meth Cops Program                                $200,000  Bishop (UT)
                                   Lake City, UT
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Arizona Meth Project, Phoenix, AZ                 Arizona Meth Project                                  $200,000  Pastor (AZ)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        California Deparment of Justice (CADOJ),          San Diego California Methamphetamine Strategy         $250,000  Hunter
                                   Sacramento, CA                                    (CALMS)
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DOJ              COPS Meth        California Department of Justice, Sacramento, CA  Meth Enforcement/Interdiction in San Bernardino       $600,000  Lewis (CA)
                                                                                     County
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DOJ              COPS Meth        California State Department of Justice,           California Methamphetamine Strategy (CALMS)           $500,000  Honda
                                   Sacramento, CA
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        City of Bastrop, Bastrop, LA                      Bastrop-Morehouse Parish Meth Initiative              $650,000  Alexander
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Clackamas County, Portland, OR                    Clackamas County Interagency Methamphetamine          $550,000  Schrader; Blumenauer
                                                                                     Initiative
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Contra Costa County, Martinez, CA                 Methamphetamine Eradication and Suppression           $200,000  Tauscher
                                                                                     Program
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Daviess County Sheriff, Owensboro, KY             Second District Methamphetamine Eradication           $300,000  Guthrie
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        ELKHART COUNTY, INDIANA, Elkhart, IN              Elkhart County Criminal Intelligence                  $250,000  Souder; Donnelly (IN)
                                                                                     Interdiction Initiative
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DOJ              COPS Meth        Etowah County Drug Enforcement Unit, Gadsden, AL  Blount, Dekalb, Etowah, Marshall, Marion,           $1,500,000  Aderholt
                                                                                     Morgan, Pickens, Walker, Winston Counties, AL
                                                                                     Drug Task Forces Anti-Methamphetamine Project
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DOJ              COPS Meth        Heartland Family Service, Inc., Council Bluffs,   Heartland Family Services Residential                 $200,000  King (IA)
                                   IA                                                Methamphetamine Treatment in Southwestern Iowa
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Hillsborough County, Florida, Tampa, FL           Hillsborough County Methamphetamine Enforcement       $250,000  Bilirakis; Putnam
                                                                                     and Cleanup
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Idaho Meth Project, Boise, ID                     Idaho Meth Project                                  $1,000,000  Simpson
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Illinois Meth Project, Springfield, IL            Illinois Meth Project                                 $100,000  Hare; Schock
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Illinois State University, Normal, IL             Illinois State University Meth Project                $200,000  Johnson (IL)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Jackson County Sheriff, Jackson County, MS        Methamphetamine Enforcement and Cleanup               $350,000  Taylor
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Jefferson County, Colorado, Golden, CO            Methamphetamine Response Collaborative                $245,000  Perlmutter
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Marion County, OR, Salem, OR                      Kids First Phase II                                   $200,000  Schrader
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC            Methamphetamine Educational Training Program          $150,000  Etheridge; Kissell; McIntyre
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Mineral Area Drug Task Force, Leadington, MO      Mineral Area Drug Task Force                          $200,000  Emerson
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Mississippi--North Central Narcotics Taskforce,   Mississippi--North Central Narcotics Taskforce        $500,000  Thompson (MS)
                                   Port Gibson, MS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Montana Meth Project, Missoula, MT                Montana Meth Project                                  $500,000  Rehberg
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Northeast Law Enforcement Administrators          Northeast Law Enforcement Administrators Council      $500,000  Oberstar
                                   Council, Chisholm, MN                             Methamphetamine Reduction Project
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA                Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative         $1,500,000  Reichert; Dicks; Baird; Larsen (WA); Smith
                                                                                                                                                     (WA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Polk County Sheriff, Bartow, FL                   Polk County Methamphetamine Prevention Project        $250,000  Putnam
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Rusk County Sheriff, Ladysmith, WI                Methamphetamine Prevention and Enforcement            $300,000  Obey
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Sioux City Police Department, Sioux City, IA      National Meth Training Center                         $800,000  King (IA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        South Central Drug Task Force, West Plains, MO    South Central Drug Task Force                         $250,000  Emerson
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team,           South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team                $500,000  DeFazio
                                   Coquille, OR
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force, Sikeston, MO  Southeast Missouri Drug Task Force                    $200,000  Emerson
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        St. Joseph County Prosecutor, South Bend, IN      Methamphetamine and Illegal Firearms                  $100,000  Donnelly (IN)
                                                                                     Investigation and Prosecution Project
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Tennessee Meth Task Force, Chattanooga, TN        Tennessee Statewide Methamphetamine Task Force      $2,000,000  Wamp
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Twiggs County Sheriff, Jeffersonville, GA         Meth Task Force                                       $140,000  Marshall
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        University of Arkansas Criminal Justice           Arkansas Methamphetamine Education and Training       $575,000  Boozman; Snyder
                                   Institute, Little Rock, AR                        Project
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        University of Missouri St. Louis College of       Methamphetamine Prevention Education                  $250,000  Carnahan
                                   Nursing, St. Louis, MO
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Ventura County Sheriff, Ventura, CA               California Multi-jurisdictional Methamphetamine       $350,000  Gallegly
                                                                                     (CAL MMET) Investigators
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Meth        Washington State Meth Initiative, Tacoma, WA      Washington State Meth Initiative                      $100,000  Hastings (WA)
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DOJ              COPS Meth        Winchester Police Department, Winchester, KY      Winchester Police Department Law Enforcement           $30,000  Chandler
                                                                                     Technology
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Abington Township Police Department, Abington,    Technology upgrades and enhancements for police       $195,000  Schwartz
                                   PA                                                vehicles, Abington
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Adams County Department of Emergency Services,    Radio System Upgrade                                  $200,000  Platts
                                   Gettysburg, PA
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC),         Electronic Training and Security Tools (ETAST)        $250,000  Aderholt
                                   Montgomery, AL                                    Phase III
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Alamosa Police Department, Alamosa, CO            Alamosa Public Safety Mobile DATA                     $125,000  Salazar
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Allentown Police Department, Allentown, PA        Lehigh and Northampton Counties Interoperability      $800,000  Dent
                                                                                     Development Project
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Anson County Sheriff, Wadesboro, NC               Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence Tool              $500,000  Kissell
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Ardmore Police Department, Ardmore, AL            Law Enforcement Technology Equipment and               $20,000  Griffith
                                                                                     Upgrades
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Baldwin County Commission, Fairhope, AL           Baldwin County, AL courthouse security                $500,000  Bonner
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Baldwin County Sherriff, Milledgeville, GA        Regional Dispatch and Emergency Management            $250,000  Barrow
                                                                                     Center
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Baltimore County Sheriff, Towson, MD              Local Law Enforcement Enhancement                     $200,000  Ruppersberger
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Bartlesville Police Department, Bartlesville, OK  Bartlesville Police Department Mobile Data            $800,000  Sullivan
                                                                                     Technology
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Beaver County Sheriff, Beaver, PA                 Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $120,000  Altmire
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Ben Hill County Sheriff, Fitzgerald, GA           In Car Video Systems                                   $55,000  Marshall
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Blacksburg Police Department, Blacksburg, VA      New River Valley Emergency System                     $250,000  Boucher
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of Cliffside Park, Cliffside Park, NJ     Replacement of Computer Hardware and Software         $270,000  Rothman (NJ)
                                                                                     for Dispatching Radio System
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of East Rutherford, East Rutherford, NJ   East Rutherford Police & Courts Facility              $500,000  Rothman (NJ)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of Lavallette, Lavallette, NJ             Lavallette Police Department--Communications          $185,000  Adler (NJ)
                                                                                     Update
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of Leonia, Leonia, NJ                     Lap Top Computers for Patrol Vehicles                  $33,000  Rothman (NJ)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of McKees Rocks, McKees Rocks, PA         Surveillance Camera Network Installation              $120,000  Doyle
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of Pompton Lakes, Pompton Lakes, NJ       Pompton Lakes Police and Emergency Services           $240,000  Pascrell
                                                                                     Interoperability Equipment Upgrade
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Borough of Quakertown, Quakertown, PA             Law enforcement technology and communications         $100,000  Murphy, Patrick
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Bourbon County Sheriff, Paris, KY                 Bourbon County Law Enforcement Technology              $50,000  Chandler
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Brazos County Sheriff, Bryan, TX                  Brazos County Law Enforcement Technology              $200,000  Edwards (TX)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Briarcliff Manor Police Department, Briarcliff    Briarcliff Manor, NY, Police Department                $40,000  Lowey
                                   Manor, NY                                         Equipment
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Butler Police Department, Butler, GA              Law enforcement equipment                              $75,000  Bishop (GA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        California Department of Justice, Sacramento, CA  Mobile Live Scan Fingerprint Devices for LA and       $100,000  Rohrabacher
                                                                                     Orange Counties
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Calvert County Department of Public Safety,       Calvert Mobile Data Terminals                         $500,000  Hoyer
                                   Prince Frederick, MD
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Cambria 9th Public Service Providers, Patton, PA  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Shuster
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Carlisle Borough, Carlisle, PA                    Public Safety Video Surveillance Project              $200,000  Platts
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Carroll County Sheriff, Carrollton, OH            Carroll County Sheriff Equipment Upgrade              $140,000  Space
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Cayuga County, NY, Auburn, NY                     Cayuga County Interoperable Communications            $300,000  Arcuri
                                                                                     Upgrade
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Centre County Commissioners, Bellefonte, PA       Centre County--911 Emergency Communication            $250,000  Thompson (PA)
                                                                                     System Upgrade
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Charles Mix County, Lake Andes, SD                Charles Mix County 911 System Upgrade                 $100,000  Herseth Sandlin
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Charlevoix Cheboygan Emmet Central Dispatch       Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Stupak
                                   Authority, Petoskey, MI
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Chester County Sherriff, Chester, SC              Chester County Communications Tower                   $300,000  Spratt
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Chesterfield County Police Department,            Police Officer Communications Radio Project           $930,000  Forbes
                                   Chesterfield, VA
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        Christian County Sheriff, Taylorville, IL         Interoperable Communications Upgrades                 $250,000  Shimkus
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City and County of San Francisco, San Francisco,  San Francisco Gun Location Technology and             $750,000  Pelosi
                                   CA                                                Policing Project
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Albertville, Albertville, AL              Public Safety Mobile Data System                    $1,400,000  Aderholt
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Albuquerque, Public Safety Department,    Comprehensive Information System Project              $400,000  Heinrich
                                   Albuquerque, NM
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Alexandria, Alexandria, VA                Crime Scene Investigations Mobile Technology          $140,000  Moran (VA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Arlington, Arlington, GA                  Wireless IP Technology System                         $100,000  Bishop (GA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Auburn, Auburn, AL                        City of Auburn Mobile Data System                     $100,000  Rogers (AL)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Auburn, Auburn, WA                        Valley Cities Public Safety Regional Broadband        $150,000  Smith (WA); Reichert
                                                                                     Network
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Banning, Banning, CA                      Banning Multi-Agency Interoperability Capability      $300,000  Lewis (CA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Barrackville, WV Police Department,       Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Barrackville, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Bastrop, Bastrop, TX                      Bastrop Police Department Technology and               $40,000  Doggett
                                                                                     Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Bayonne, NJ, Bayonne, NJ                  Bayonne Law Enforcement Technology                    $100,000  Sires
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Bethlehem, WV Police Department,          Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Bethlehem, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Birmingham, Alabama, Birmingham, AL       Urban Crime Prevention Initiative                     $250,000  Davis (AL); Bachus
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Blue Island Police Department, Blue       Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $150,000  Rush
                                   Island, IL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY                      TraCS Equipment                                       $600,000  Slaughter
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Central Falls Police Dept, Central        Cops Technology                                       $100,000  Kennedy
                                   Falls, RI
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Chester, Chester, IL                      Public Safety Technology Improvements for the         $100,000  Costello
                                                                                     City of Chester
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH                800MHz Radios for Cincinnati                          $625,000  Driehaus
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Cochran Police Department, Cochran, GA    Police Department Technology Program                   $70,000  Marshall
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of College Park, GA, College Park, GA        Emergency Operations Center Technology Upgrade        $450,000  Lewis (GA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Commerce City, CO, Commerce City, CO      Interoperable communications equipment                $110,000  Perlmutter
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Corona, Corona, CA                        Interoperability Upgrades for the City of Corona      $150,000  Calvert
                                                                                     Police Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Detroit, Detroit Police Department,       City of Detroit--Police Northwestern District         $350,000  Kilpatrick (MI); Conyers
                                   Detroit, MI                                       Wide CB Patrol
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Dodge City Police Department, Dodge       Dodge City Police Department Equipment and            $200,000  Moran (KS)
                                   City, KS                                          Technology Upgrade Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Doral, Doral, FL                          City of Doral Public Safety & Surveillance            $750,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Durango, Durango, CO                      Durango Police Department Interoperability            $300,000  Salazar
                                                                                     Completion
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of East Point, East Point, GA                East Point Law Enforcement Technology Upgrade         $100,000  Lewis (GA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Eugene, Eugene, OR                        Public Safety Technology Improvements                 $150,000  DeFazio
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Farmington, Farmington, NM                Interoperability Radio Communications,                $100,000  Lujan
                                                                                     Farmington, NM
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville, NC            Regional Public Safety Communications                 $300,000  Etheridge
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Foley, Alabama, Foley, AL                 Foley Public Safety Initiative                        $400,000  Bonner
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN                Palm Print AFIS                                       $600,000  Souder
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Gadsden, Gadsden, AL                      Law Enforcement and Forensic Science Technology       $150,000  Aderholt
                                                                                     and Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Galesburg, Galesburg, IL                  Upgrade 911 systems to a Next Generation NG-911       $100,000  Hare
                                                                                     digital system
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Gardena, Gardena, CA                      Gardena Public Safety Surveillance                    $350,000  Waters
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Gary, Gary, IN                            Law enforcement equipment for the Gary Police          $92,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Gilbert Police Department, Gilbert, MN    City of Gilbert Integrated Radio System                $35,000  Oberstar
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Glen Cove, Glen Cove, NY                  Law Enforcement Technology Improvements               $615,000  King (NY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Glendale, California, Glendale, CA        Foothill Regional Forensic DNA Lab                    $500,000  Schiff
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Greenville, North Carolina, Greenville,   City of Greenville Law Enforcement Technology         $100,000  Butterfield
                                   NC                                                Improvement Initiative
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Greenwood, Greenwood, MS                  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Thompson (MS)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hackensack, Hackensack, NJ                The City of Hackensack Police and Emergency           $200,000  Rothman (NJ)
                                                                                     Services Communication Upgrade Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hampton, Virginia, Hampton, VA            Emergency Communications System, Hampton, VA          $200,000  Nye; Wittman; Scott (VA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hialeah, Hialeah, FL                      Equipment Upgrades                                    $250,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario; Diaz-Balart, Lincoln
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hickory Hills, Hickory Hills, IL          Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $125,000  Lipinski
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Highland, Highland, CA                    Highland Police Technology Program                    $500,000  Lewis (CA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hobart, Hobart, IN                        Law enforcement equipment for the Hobart Police        $90,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL                  Law Enforcement Technology                            $400,000  Wasserman Schultz; Meek (FL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Homestead, FL, Homestead, FL              Emergency Wireless Law Enforcement Technology         $500,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Hot Springs, Arkansas Police Department,  Mobile Data Terminals                                 $325,000  Ross
                                   Hot Springs, AR
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN            Automated Fingerprint Identification System and       $300,000  Carson (IN)
                                                                                     IMPD Technology Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Jackson, Jackson, MS                      Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Thompson (MS)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Jacksonville Beach, FL, Jacksonville, FL  Interoperability P-25 Compliant Radio System          $250,000  Crenshaw
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Kannapolis, Kannapolis, NC                Kannapolis Regional Radio Upgrade                     $575,000  Coble
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Kirkland, Kirkland, WA                    Emergency Services Equipment--City of Kirkland        $300,000  Inslee
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Lacey, Lacey, WA                          Records Management System                             $200,000  Baird; Smith (WA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Lockhart, Lockhart, TX                    Lockhart Police Department Technology                 $125,000  Doggett
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA                Forensic Investigation Equipment                      $100,000  Richardson
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Maitland, Florida, Maitland, FL           Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades                   $400,000  Mica
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Maryville, Maryville, TN                  Blount County Communications System                   $750,000  Duncan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Mascoutah, Mascoutah, IL                  Fiber Optic Connection Upgrade for the City of        $650,000  Costello
                                                                                     Mascoutah
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Middletown Police Department,             Enhanced Communications and Vehicular Video            $65,000  Hinchey
                                   Middletown, NY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN              Digital Cameras and Mobile Data Computers for         $100,000  Ellison
                                                                                     Public Safety
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Monterey Park, Monterey Park, CA          Police Communications Upgrade                         $250,000  Schiff
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Moultrie Police Department, Moultrie, GA  Firearms/Weapons Judgmental Simulator                 $100,000  Marshall
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Mountain Village, Mountain Village, CO    Mountain Village Public Safety Communications         $275,000  Salazar
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Newark, Newark, CA                        Public Safety Interoperability Program                $200,000  Stark
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Newport, Newport, RI                      National Incident Management System                   $200,000  Kennedy
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Norfolk, Virginia, Norfolk, VA            Police Tactical And Surveillance Equipment And        $100,000  Nye; Scott (VA)
                                                                                     Other Technologies
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Norman, Norman, OK                        Norman Public Safety Networking Initiative            $250,000  Cole
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Oakland, California, Oakland, CA          Automatic Vehicle Locating (AVL) Systems              $250,000  Lee (CA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Orange Township, Orange, NJ               Public Safety Information Technology Restoration      $450,000  Payne
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Orlando, FL, Orlando, FL                  Innovative Response to Improve Safety (I.R.I.S.)      $200,000  Brown, Corrine
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Oxnard, Oxnard, CA                        City of Oxnard Comprehensive Critical Assets          $300,000  Capps
                                                                                     Remote Surveillance Program
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Ozark, Ozark, AL                          Ozark Police Department Technology Improvements       $140,000  Bright
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Paden City, WV Police Department, Paden   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   City, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Palm Bay, Palm Bay, FL                    Palm Bay Mobile Command Unit Communications           $600,000  Posey
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Parsons, WV, Parsons, WV                  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Philippi, WV Police Department,           Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Philippi, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ                      City of Phoenix COPLINK                               $500,000  Pastor (AZ); Mitchell
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ                      City of Phoenix Enhanced Mobile Data Security         $300,000  Pastor (AZ)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Piedmont, WV Police Department,           Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Piedmont, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Poughkeepsie Police Department,           CCTV and Interoperability Upgrades and                $100,000  Hinchey
                                   Poughkeepsie, NY                                  Enhancement
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Raleigh, North Carolina, Raleigh, NC      City of Raleigh: Rapid Fingerprint                    $300,000  Price (NC); Miller (NC); Etheridge
                                                                                     Identification
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Redlands, Redlands, CA                    Redlands Police Information Technology                $350,000  Lewis (CA)
                                                                                     Infrastructure
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Redondo Beach, Redondo Beach, CA          Redondo Beach Emergency Operations Center             $200,000  Harman
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Rialto Police Department, Rialto, CA      Rialto Police Department Surveillance Cameras         $300,000  Baca
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Riverside Public Utilities, Riverside,    City of Riverside Public Utilities                  $1,000,000  Calvert
                                   CA                                                Infrastructure Video Security
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Rockford, Illinois, Rockford, IL          Rockford Crimefighting Technology Initiative          $250,000  Manzullo
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Rockville, MD, Rockville, MD              Police Technology Upgrade Project                     $100,000  Van Hollen
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Round Rock, Round Rock, TX                Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Carter
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Saginaw, Police Department, Saginaw, MI   Digital Surveillance Cameras                          $300,000  Kildee
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of San Antonio (San Antonio Police           City of San Antonio, TX Police Technology           $1,100,000  Smith (TX); Rodriguez; Gonzalez
                                   Department), San Antonio, TX                      Improvements
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of San Diego, California, San Diego, CA      San Diego Crime Lab Technology                        $200,000  Davis (CA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of San Jose, San Jose, CA                    Mobile Data Computer Replacement                      $710,000  Honda; Lofgren, Zoe
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Seattle, Seattle, WA                      Seattle Police Forensics and Digital Imaging          $300,000  McDermott
                                                                                     Infrastructure Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Stafford, Stafford, TX                    Stafford Emergency Operations Center Emergency        $100,000  Green, Al
                                                                                     Management Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Stamping Ground, Kentucky, Stamping       City of Stamping Ground Law Enforcement                $30,000  Chandler
                                   Ground, KY                                        Technology
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Suffolk, Suffolk, VA                      Suffolk Police Department Technology Enhancement       $70,000  Forbes
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Summit, NJ, Summit, NJ                    Regional Police and Emergency Management            $1,000,000  Lance
                                                                                     Interoperable Communication Network and
                                                                                     Facility
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Sumter Police Department, Sumter, SC      Sumter--Police Technology                             $100,000  Spratt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Sunbury, Sunbury, PA                      Video Surveillance Project and other IT issues        $200,000  Carney
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Sunny Isles Beach , Sunny Isles Beach ,   Law Enforcement and Communications Equipment          $200,000  Wasserman Schultz
                                   FL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Surprise, Arizona, Surprise, AZ           City of Surprise Police Officer Technology            $200,000  Franks (AZ)
                                                                                     Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Tamarac, Tamarac, FL                      Interoperable Communications System                   $300,000  Wexler; Wasserman Schultz; Hastings (FL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Tempe, AZ, Tempe, AZ                      Public Safety Communications/Interoperability         $300,000  Mitchell
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Torrington, Torrington, CT                Public Safety Communications Project                  $175,000  Larson (CT)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Tucson, Tucson, AZ                        Tucson Finger Imaging Upgrade System                  $150,000  Giffords
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Union City, NJ, Union City, NJ            Union City Law Enforcement Technology                 $350,000  Sires
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Valdosta, Valdosta, GA                    Valdosta/Lowndes Joint Crime Lab                      $500,000  Kingston
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Vancouver, Vancouver, WA                  Records Management System in Vancouver, WA            $300,000  Baird
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Waupun Police Department, Waupun, WI      P25 Compliance/Communication Upgrade                   $30,000  Petri
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of West Columbia, West Columbia, SC          West Columbia Law Enforcement Communications          $350,000  Wilson (SC)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of West Haven, West Haven, CT                West Haven Two-Way Public Safety Radio System         $300,000  DeLauro
                                                                                     Replacement Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of Yakima, WA, Yakima, WA                    Yakima County Integrated Public Safety System         $500,000  Hastings (WA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        City of York Police Department, York, SC          City of York Police Department Technology and         $100,000  Spratt
                                                                                     Records Management Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Clarion County Commissioners, Clarion, PA         North West Central Regional Interoperability          $500,000  Thompson (PA)
                                                                                     Strategic Telecommunication Plan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Clark County, LAS VEGAS, NV                       Justice Information Sharing System                    $300,000  Berkley
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Clay County Sheriff, Liberty, MO                  Clay and Platte Counties Communications               $660,000  Graves
                                                                                     Interoperability Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Cleburne Police Department, Cleburne, TX          City of Cleburne Communication Technology             $150,000  Edwards (TX)
                                                                                     Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Cobb County Government, Marietta, GA              Regional Communications and Interoperability        $1,000,000  Gingrey (GA); Scott (GA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Collier County, Florida, Naples, FL               Emergency Services Technology, Collier County,        $800,000  Mack; Diaz-Balart, Mario
                                                                                     Florida
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Bergen, Hackensack, NJ                  County-Wide Public Safety Radio Communication         $215,000  Rothman (NJ)
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Calaveras, San Andreas, CA              Law Enforcement Radio and Data Communications       $1,250,000  Lungren, Dan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Franklin, VA, Rocky Mount, VA           Microwave ring between Franklin, Patrick and          $200,000  Perriello
                                                                                     Henry Counties and the City of Martinsville for
                                                                                     Public Safety/E911 Voice and Data
                                                                                     Interoperability
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Fresno, Fresno, CA                      Regional Data Interoperability                        $150,000  Costa
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Kings (California), Hanford, CA         Interoperable Emergency Communications System         $300,000  Costa
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Orangeburg, Orangeburg, SC              Law Enforcement Automated Data Repository             $500,000  Wilson (SC)
                                                                                     (LEADR)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        County of Volusia, DeLand, FL                     Evidence Photo Management System                      $150,000  Mica; Brown, Corrine
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Cumberland County Government, Carlisle, PA        Emergency Communications Infrastructure               $200,000  Platts
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Dallas County Sheriff's Department, Dallas, TX    Dallas County Intake/Release Project                  $100,000  Johnson, Eddie Bernice
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Deep East Texas Council of Governments, Jasper,   Collaborative Fingerprint & Palmprint               $1,000,000  Barton (TX)
                                   TX                                                Identification
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Dilley PD, Pearsall PD, Floresville PD, Atascosa  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Cuellar
                                   County, Dilley, Pearsall, Jourdanton, TX
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Dobbs Ferry Police Department, Dobbs Ferry, NY    Equipment for Vehicles                                 $50,000  Lowey
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Downriver Community Conference, Southgate, MI     Coordinated Emergency Dispatch and Mutual Aid         $650,000  Dingell
                                                                                     System Preparedness IV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        East Bay Regional Communications System           East Bay Regional Communications System             $1,050,000  McNerney; Tauscher; Stark
                                   Authority, Dublin, CA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Eastern Riverside County Interoperable            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $500,000  Bono Mack
                                   Communications Authority, Indio, CA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        E-Com Dispatch Center, Homewood, IL               E-Com Power Supply/Generator                          $100,000  Jackson (IL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        El Paso County Sheriff's Office, El Paso, TX      El Paso County Sheriff's Office-Border Crime          $250,000  Rodriguez
                                                                                     Enhancements
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DOJ              COPS Tech        El Paso Police Department, El Paso, TX            Public Safety Radio Voice/Data Systems                $250,000  Reyes
                                                                                     Interoperability
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Elgin Police Department, Elgin, IL                Elgin Police Car Video Recording Replacement          $460,000  Foster
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Escambia County, FL, Pensacola, FL                Escambia Emergency Radio Infrastructure             $1,000,000  Miller (FL)
                                                                                     Replacement
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Essex County Office of Emergency Management,      Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment            $1,000,000  Frelinghuysen
                                   Newark, NJ
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Etowah County Commission, Gadsden, AL             Interoperable Communications & Centralized          $1,000,000  Aderholt
                                                                                     Dispatch System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Fairview, WV Police Department, Fairview, WV      Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Fayette County Commissioners, Uniontown, PA       Fayette County Public Safety Equipment Upgrade      $1,000,000  Murtha
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Fleming County Fiscal Court, Flemingsburg, KY     Law Enforcement Equipment Project, Fleming             $48,000  Davis (KY)
                                                                                     County, KY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Florida Department of Law Enforcement,            Florida Silver Alert Program                          $100,000  Bilirakis; Young (FL)
                                   Tallahassee, FL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Fort Mill Police Department, Fort Mill, SC        Fort Mill Police Department Technology                $300,000  Spratt
                                                                                     Implementation
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Franklin County Emergency Services Alliance,      Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Shuster
                                   Chambersburg, PA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Garrard County Fiscal Court, Lancaster, KY        Garrard County Law Enforcement Technology             $145,000  Chandler
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Glencoe Department of Public Safety, Glencoe, IL  Atmospheric Detection Equipment For the Northern      $675,000  Roskam; Bean
                                                                                     Illinois Police Alarm System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Gonzales Sheriff's Office, Gonzales, TX           Gonzales Sheriff's Office Technology and               $80,000  Doggett
                                                                                     Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Greene County, Missouri, Springfield, MO          Equipment for Emergency Operations Center             $350,000  Blunt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Grimes County Sheriff, Anderson, TX               Grimes County Law Enforcement Technology              $100,000  Edwards (TX)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Hagerstown Police Department, Hagerstown, MD      Hagerstown Radio Equipment Acquisition                $750,000  Bartlett
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Harrisville, WV Police Department, Harrisville,   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Hastings Police Department, Hastings on Hudson,   Hastings, NY, Police Department License Plate          $17,000  Lowey
                                   NY                                                Reader
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Haverhill Police Department, Haverhill, MA        Haverhill Police Radio Project                        $150,000  Tsongas
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Hays County Sheriff Department, San Marcos, TX    Hays County Police Equipment and Technology            $40,000  Doggett
                                                                                     Upgrades
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Hearne Police Department, Hearne, TX              City of Hearne Law Enforcement Technology             $100,000  Edwards (TX)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Henderson County Sheriff's Department,            Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence Tool              $300,000  Shuler
                                   Hendersonville, NC
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Henry County Sheriff, New Castle, KY              Law Enforcement Equipment Upgrades, Henry              $82,000  Davis (KY)
                                                                                     County, KY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Hornell Police Department, Hornell, NY            Hornell Police Intelligence Equipment                 $197,000  Massa
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Huntington Police Department and Cabell Co.       Joint Technology Initiative and Digital               $665,000  Rahall
                                   Sheriff, Huntington, WV                           Communication
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID                  Idaho State Police (ISP) participation in             $500,000  Simpson
                                                                                     Criminal Information Sharing Alliance Network
                                                                                     (CISAnet)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Indiana County Commissioners, Indiana, PA         Indiana County Public Safety Radio                    $650,000  Murtha
                                                                                     Communications Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Indianapolis Housing Agency, Indianapolis, IN     IP Video Technology In Federally Assisted             $100,000  Carson (IN)
                                                                                     Housing
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Inyo County, Independence, CA                     Emergency Operations Center                           $240,000  McKeon
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Itasca County, Grand Rapids, MN                   Itasca County 9-11 Radio System                       $500,000  Oberstar
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jackson Township Police Department, North         Jackson Township, Mahoning County Police              $100,000  Wilson (OH)
                                   Jackson, OH                                       Facility Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, Jacksonville, FL   Atmospheric Detection Equipment for the               $750,000  Crenshaw; Brown, Corrine
                                                                                     Jacksonville Sheriff's Office
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jasper County Commission, Carthage, MO            Cornerstone Regional Justice Information System       $250,000  Blunt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jasper County Sheriff, Monticello, GA             Lap Top Computers for Patrol Division                  $62,000  Marshall
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jefferson City, MO, Police Department, Jefferson  Central Missouri Regional Justice Information       $1,000,000  Skelton
                                   City, MO                                          System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jefferson County Board of Commissioners,          Jefferson County Emergency Dispatch System            $100,000  Barrow
                                   Louisville, GA                                    Upgrade and Enhancement Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Jenkintown Borough Police Department,             Equipment Upgrades, Jenkintown                         $40,000  Schwartz
                                   Jenkintown, PA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney, Charleston,  Kanawha Prosecuters Case Management                    $85,000  Capito
                                   WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Kankakee County Sheriff, Kankakee, IL             Technological Improvements for the Kankakee           $325,000  Halvorson
                                                                                     County Sheriff
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DOJ              COPS Tech        La Vernia, Poth, and Stockdale PD, La Vernia,     La Vernia, Poth, and Stockdale PD equipment           $100,000  Cuellar
                                   Poth, Stockdale, TX
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lafourche Parish Sheriff, Thibodaux, LA           In-Car Cameras                                        $200,000  Melancon
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lake County, Tavares, FL                          Lake County Law Enforcement Technology                $800,000  Brown-Waite, Ginny
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lake County Sheriff's Department, Crown Point,    Law enforcement equipment for the Lake County         $500,000  Visclosky
                                   IN                                                Sheriff's Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lake County, Painesville, OH                      Lake County Public Safety Radio System              $1,000,000  LaTourette
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Larchmont Police Department, Larchmont, NY        Larchmont, NY, Police Department Communications       $100,000  Lowey
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lawrence County Sheriff, Moulton, AL              Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $40,000  Griffith
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lawrence County Sheriff, New Castle, PA           Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $120,000  Altmire
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lawrence County Sherriff and 911 Center,          Lawrence County Interoperable Radio/MARCS             $300,000  Wilson (OH)
                                   Ironton, OH                                       Communications Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lee County, Jonesville, VA                        Law Enforcement Technology Grant for Lee County       $265,000  Boucher
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Leon County Sheriff, Tallahassee, FL              Leon County Sheriff's Department Visual               $300,000  Boyd
                                                                                     Intelligence Technology
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Leon County, Tallahassee, FL                      Joint Emergency Communications Center                 $200,000  Boyd
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Liberal Police Department, Liberal, KS            City of Liberal Equipment Upgrade Project             $200,000  Moran (KS)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Linn County Sheriff, Marion, IA                   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $145,000  Loebsack
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lorain County Sheriff, Elyria, OH                 Lorain County Sheriffs Office Law Enforcement         $245,000  Sutton
                                                                                     Digital Radio Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Louisiana Sheriffs' Association, Baton Rouge, LA  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Alexander
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Louisville Metropolitan Police Department,        Mobile Data Computers                                 $300,000  Yarmuth
                                   Louisville, KY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lower Providence Township, Eagleville, PA         Police Department Technology Improvements             $200,000  Sestak
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lycoming County Commissioners, Williamsport, PA   Lycoming County Emergency Operations Center           $250,000  Thompson (PA)
                                                                                     Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Lynwood, Thornton, and East Hazel Crest ETSB,     Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $350,000  Jackson (IL)
                                   Lynwood, IL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Macomb County Emergency Management &              Macomb County Centralized Dispatch                    $500,000  Levin
                                   Communications, Mount Clemens, MI
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Madison County, Wampsville, NY                    Madison County Interoperable Communications           $800,000  McHugh
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Maine Warden Service, Augusta, ME                 Maine Search and Rescue Enhancement Project           $200,000  Michaud
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Manchester Police Department, Manchester, NH      Portable Radios, Tactical Gear and other              $315,000  Shea-Porter
                                                                                     equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Marion County, Florida, Ocala, FL                 Marion County Law Enforcement Technology              $200,000  Brown-Waite, Ginny
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Mass. Criminal History Systems, Boston, MA        Mass. Criminal History Systems Board Back-up          $100,000  Markey (MA)
                                                                                     Data Center
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DOJ              COPS Tech        McGregor Police Department, McGregor, TX          City of McGregor Law Enforcement Technology           $100,000  Edwards (TX)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Medina County Sheriff, Medina, OH                 Medina County Community Safety Initiative              $27,000  Boccieri
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Medina County Sheriffs Office, Hondo, TX          Medina Mobile Data Systems                            $250,000  Rodriguez
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Mendocino County, Ukiah, CA                       Public Safety Microwave System Phase II:              $250,000  Thompson (CA)
                                                                                     Expansion
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL       Technological Equipment Upgrade For Miami-Dade        $600,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln; Meek (FL)
                                                                                     Schools Police Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Middlesex Sheriff, Medford, MA                    Middlesex House of Corrections Safety Project         $800,000  Markey (MA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Miller County Sheriff, Texarkana, AR              Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Ross
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Montgomery Township, Montgomery, PA               Technology Upgrade with In-Car Video Cameras           $75,000  Schwartz
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Morgan County, AL Commission, Decatur, AL         Mobile Data Terminal Update                           $160,000  Aderholt; Griffith
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Aibonito, Aibonito, PR            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Catano, Catano, PR                Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Naguabo, Naguabo, PR              Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Patillas, Patillas, PR            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, PR        Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Municipality of Vieques, Vieques, PR              Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $50,000  Pierluisi
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Nassau County Police Department, Mineola, NY      Enhance Shot Spotter System                           $150,000  McCarthy (NY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Nassau University Medical Center, East Meadow,    Sexual Assault Response Team                          $200,000  McCarthy (NY)
                                   NY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        NC State Bureau of Investigation, Raleigh, NC     NC SBI Firearms and Ballistics Analysis               $300,000  Price (NC)
                                                                                     Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        New Bedford Police Department, New Bedford, MA    Gunshot Location System                               $950,000  Frank (MA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        New Rochelle Police Department, New Rochelle, NY  New Rochelle, NY, Police Department Equipment         $340,000  Lowey
                                                                                     and Training
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DOJ              COPS Tech        New York State Police, Kingston, NY               New York State Police Scuba                           $135,000  Hinchey
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Newport News Police Department, Newport News, VA  Newport News Law Enforcement Technology               $200,000  Wittman; Scott (VA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        North Worcester County Drug Task Force, Gardner,  North Worcester County Drug Task Force                $400,000  Olver
                                   MA                                                Interoperable Credentialing, Crime Scene &
                                                                                     Access Control Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Northern Berks Regional Police Department,        Northern Berks Regional Police Department             $175,000  Holden
                                   Reading, PA                                       Infrastructure, Technology and Communications
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Oakland County Sheriff's Office, Pontiac, MI      Oakland County Sheriff's Department Biometric       $1,025,000  Rogers (MI); Peters; Levin
                                                                                     Identification Enhancement Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Office of the Sheriff, Winnebago County,          Communications Equipment for Winnebago County         $250,000  Manzullo
                                   Rockford, IL                                      Sheriff's Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and        Enhancement of Ohio AFIS System                       $455,000  Kilroy; Sutton; Kucinich; Ryan (OH)
                                   Investigation, London, OH
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma    Statewide Public Safety Communications System         $350,000  Fallin; Boren
                                   City, OK
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Oldham County Police Department, LaGrange, KY     Oldham County Mobile Data Terminal Project, KY         $57,000  Davis (KY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Onondaga County, Syracuse, NY                     Interoperable Emergency Communications                $200,000  Maffei
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Ontario County Police Department, Canandaigua,    Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Massa
                                   NY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Orange County Sheriff, Chelsea, VT                Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $200,000  Welch
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Ottawa County Emergency Management Agency, Port   Ottawa County Public Safety Infrastructure            $200,000  Kaptur
                                   Clinton, OH
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Ottumwa Police Department, Ottumwa, IA            Ottumwa Police Department Equipment                   $150,000  Loebsack
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pendleton County Sheriff, Falmouth, KY            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $12,000  Davis (KY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pennsboro, WV Police Department, Pennsboro, WV    Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Petersburg, WV Police Department, Petersburg, WV  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia, PA  Gunshot Location System                               $500,000  Brady (PA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pierce County, WA Sheriff Department, Tacoma, WA  Region 43, Pierce County Metropolitan Public          $500,000  Reichert
                                                                                     Safety Communications Interoperable First
                                                                                     Responder Emergency Communication System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pima County Sheriff's Department, Tucson, AZ      PCWIN Countywide Public Safety Interoperable          $200,000  Giffords
                                                                                     Communications System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pinellas County Sheriff, Largo, FL                Joint Use Firing Range                                $250,000  Young (FL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pocahontas County Iowa Sheriff, Pocahontas, IA    Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence Tool              $200,000  Latham
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Prince George's County, Upper Marlboro, MD        Prince George's County Interoperable Radio            $600,000  Van Hollen; Edwards (MD)
                                                                                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Randolph County, AR Sheriff, Pocahontas, AR       Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $140,000  Berry
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Ridgefield Park Village, Ridgefield Park, NJ      Digital Mobile Video Camera Conversion                 $85,000  Rothman (NJ)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Rio Grande Council of Governments, El Paso, TX    Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence tool              $250,000  Rodriguez
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Riverside County Sheriff, Riverside, CA           Night Vision Binoculars for the Riverside County      $700,000  Calvert
                                                                                     Sheriff's Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Riverside County Sheriff's Department,            Riverside County Sheriff's Department Digital         $450,000  Lewis (CA)
                                   Riverside, CA                                     Management System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Rochester Police Department, Rochester, NH        Law Enforcement Technology                            $285,000  Shea-Porter
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Rockdale County Sheriff's Office, Conyers, GA     Law Enforcement Mobile Data Network                   $150,000  Johnson (GA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Rockland County Office of Fire & Emergency        Rockland County Public Safety Interoperable           $250,000  Lowey; Hall (NY)
                                   Services, Pomona, NY                              Communications Network
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Roland Police Department, Roland, OK              Police Department Equipment                           $180,000  Boren
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DOJ              COPS Tech        San Bernardino County Sheriff, San Bernardino,    San Bernardino County Scientific Investigations       $500,000  Lewis (CA); Baca
                                   CA                                                Division
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DOJ              COPS Tech        San Diego County, San Diego, CA                   Regional Communications System (RCS) Upgrade        $1,200,000  Bilbray; Davis (CA); Filner
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DOJ              COPS Tech        San Francisco Department of Emergency             Bay Area Regional Interoperable Communications        $750,000  Pelosi
                                   Management, San Francisco, CA                     System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        San Mateo County Sheriff's Office, Redwood City,  Mobile Emergency Command Center                       $300,000  Speier; Eshoo
                                   CA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        San Pablo, CA Police Department, San Pablo, CA    Gunshot Location System                               $360,000  Miller, George
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sandy City, Sandy, UT                             Sandy City Police Department Treatment                $300,000  Matheson
                                                                                     Improvement Program
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sangamon County Sheriff's Office, Springfield,    Sangamon County Sheriff Technology Upgrades           $660,000  Schock
                                   IL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Santa Clara County, San Jose, CA                  Santa Clara County Criminal Justice Information     $1,000,000  Honda; Lofgren, Zoe
                                                                                     Control Law & Justice Systems Plan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Schuyler County Sheriff's Office, Rushville, IL   Schuyler County Sheriff Technology Upgrades            $50,000  Schock
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Shelby County Sheriff, Columbiana, AL             P25 Wide Area Radio Network                           $500,000  Bachus
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Shelby Township Police Department, Shelby         Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $200,000  Miller (MI)
                                   Township, MI
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Shinnston, WV Police Department, Shinnston, WV    Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sistersville, WV Police Department,               Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Sistersville, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Smyth County, Marion, VA                          Local Law Enforcement Technology for Smyth            $235,000  Boucher
                                                                                     County
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Snohomish County Regional Drug Task Force,        Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $70,000  Larsen (WA)
                                   Everett, WA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Somerset County Office of Emergency Management,   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment            $1,000,000  Frelinghuysen
                                   Somerville, NJ
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Somersworth Police Department, Somersworth, NH    Portable Police Radios                                 $22,000  Shea-Porter
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DOJ              COPS Tech        South Russell Police Department, South Russell,   Transition to 800MHz Digital Communication             $35,000  LaTourette
                                   OH                                                Technology
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DOJ              COPS Tech        South Windsor Police Dept, South Windsor, CT      Upgrades to Communications System                     $350,000  Larson (CT)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        SouthCom Dispatch, Matteson, IL                   SouthCom Technological Upgrades                       $100,000  Jackson (IL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Southeastern Oklahoma University, Durant, OK      Emergency Response System                             $270,000  Boren; Cole
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Spencer Police Department, Spencer, WV            Spencer PD Computer System                             $40,000  Capito
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Springfield Police Department, Springfield, IL    Springfield Police Department Technology Upgrade      $150,000  Schock
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St Louis County Sheriff, Duluth, MN               Regional Interoperability Data System Project         $500,000  Oberstar
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St. Francois County, Missouri, Park Hills, MO     Visual Intelligence Tool for Mineral Area             $697,000  Emerson
                                                                                     Missouri Law Enforcement
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St. Johns County, St. Augustine, FL               St. Johns County Emergency Interoperability           $250,000  Mica
                                                                                     Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St. Lawrence County District Attorney, Canton,    St. Lawrence County Drug Investigation Equipment      $200,000  McHugh
                                   NY                                                Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, St.     In-Car Video System (ICVS) program                    $200,000  Carnahan
                                   Louis, MO
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DOJ              COPS Tech        St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office, Leonardtown,  St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office In-Car Video       $500,000  Hoyer
                                   MD                                                Technology
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Stafford County, Stafford, VA                     Stafford County Law Enforcement Technology            $300,000  Wittman
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Stanislaus County and the City of Modesto,        Regional Operability for Public Safety                $250,000  Cardoza
                                   Modesto, CA                                       Communications
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Stark County Sheriff, Canton, OH                  Visual Intelligence Update for Law Enforcement        $400,000  Boccieri
                                                                                     and Governmental Agencies
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DOJ              COPS Tech        State of Connecticut Department of Public         In-Car Camera Technology Upgrade                      $175,000  Larson (CT); Courtney; Himes; Murphy (CT)
                                   Safety, Middletown, CT
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DOJ              COPS Tech        State of Delaware Capitol Police, Dover, DE       New Castle County Courthouse Capitol Police           $130,000  Castle
                                                                                     Command Center and Lobby Surveillance Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sterling Heights Police Department, Sterling      Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $300,000  Miller (MI)
                                   Heights, MI
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Summit County Sheriff, Akron, OH                  Law Enforcement Tactical Safety Vehicle, Summit       $100,000  Sutton
                                                                                     County Sheriff
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sumter County Sheriff, Sumter, SC                 Visual Intelligence Technology                      $1,000,000  Brown (SC); Clyburn
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Sussex County Office of Emergency Management,     Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment            $1,000,000  Frelinghuysen
                                   Newton, NJ
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Tamaqua Borough Police Department, Tamaqua, PA    Tamaqua Police Department Technology and              $200,000  Holden
                                                                                     Security Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Taney County Commission, Fortsyth, MO             White River Area Emergency Project                    $400,000  Blunt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Tazewell County Sheriff's Office, Pekin, IL       Interoperable Law Enforcement Communications          $140,000  Schock
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Tega Cay Police Department, Tega Cay, SC          Interoperability and Technology Enhancement for       $135,000  Spratt
                                                                                     the City of Tega Cay Police Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        The Chickasaw Nation, Ada, OK                      Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence Tool for         $750,000  Cole; Boren
                                                                                     the Chickasaw & Choctaw Nations
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DOJ              COPS Tech        The City of Houston, TX, Houston, TX              Houston Interoperability Initiative                 $1,350,000  Jackson-Lee (TX); Green, Gene; Culberson
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DOJ              COPS Tech        The County of Bucks, Doylestown, PA               Law enforcement data-sharing infrastructure           $300,000  Murphy, Patrick
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DOJ              COPS Tech        The Police Department in the Borough of Etna,     Security Cameras and Police Equipment                 $100,000  Doyle
                                   Pittsburgh, PA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        The Village of Skokie, Skokie, IL                 Communications Center at New Police Station           $465,000  Schakowsky
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Thomas County E-9-1-1, Thomasville, GA            Emergency Communications Center                       $150,000  Bishop (GA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Tohono O'odham Nation, Sells, AZ                  Tohono O'odham Nation, Arizona Law Enforcement        $100,000  Grijalva
                                                                                     Communications System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Toms River Police Department, Toms River, NJ      Township-wide Wi Fi Mesh Canopy/ In-Car Video/        $700,000  Adler (NJ)
                                                                                     License Plate Recognition Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Torrance County Sheriff, Estancia, NM             Torrance County Drug Enforcement                      $200,000  Heinrich
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Ayden, North Carolina, Ayden, NC          Town of Ayden Public Safety Technology                $250,000  Butterfield
                                                                                     Improvement Initiative
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Burrillville Police Department, Oakland,  Burrillville Cops Technology                           $92,000  Kennedy
                                   RI
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Carmel, Mahopac, NY                       Police Vehicle Video Systems                          $145,000  Hall (NY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Cheektowaga, Cheektowaga, NY              Law Enforcement Technology for the Town of            $200,000  Higgins
                                                                                     Cheektowaga
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Clarkstown, NY, New City, NY              Clarkstown, NY, Police Department Communication       $200,000  Lowey
                                                                                     System Upgrades
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Colmar Manor, Brentwood, MD               The Town of Colmar Manor Interoperable Radio          $100,000  Van Hollen
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Framingham, Framingham, MA                Framingham Townwide Wireless Mesh Network             $200,000  Markey (MA)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Grant Town, WV Police Department, Grant   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Town, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Hackleburg, Hackleburg, AL                Police Technology Upgrades                             $75,000  Aderholt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Hebron, Hebron, IN                        Law enforcement equipment for the Hebron Police       $190,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Highland, Highland, IN                    Law enforcement equipment for the Highland            $485,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Police Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Masontown, WV, Masontown, WV              Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Merrillville, Merrillville, IN            Law enforcement equipment for Merrillville            $500,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Police Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Ossining Police Department, Briarcliff    Town of Ossining, NY, Police Department                 $6,000  Lowey
                                   Manor, NY                                         Equipment
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Porter, Porter, IN                        Law enforcement equipment for the Porter Police        $68,000  Visclosky
                                                                                     Department
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Ridgeley, WV Police Department,           Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Ridgeley, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Southwest Ranches , Southwest Ranches,    Public Safety and Law Enforcement Equipment           $500,000  Wasserman Schultz
                                   FL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Vernon, Vernon, CT                        Radio System Digital Upgrade                          $300,000  Courtney
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Warren, Warren, RI                        Information Technology and communications             $500,000  Kennedy
                                                                                     upgrades
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of West Liberty, West Liberty, WV            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of White Hall, WV Police Department, White   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Hall, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town of Woodbury Police Department, Central       Emergency Energy Supply                                $60,000  Hall (NY)
                                   Valley, NY
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Town Watch Integrated Services, Philadelphia, PA  Town Watch Program                                    $100,000  Fattah
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Township of Irvington, Irvington, NJ              Irvington CAD/RMS Project                             $200,000  Payne
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Township of Spring, Reading, PA                   Video Recorder System Purchase                         $90,000  Gerlach
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Township of Woodbridge, Woodbridge, NJ            Woodbridge, New Jersey Interoperable Law              $500,000  Lance; Sires
                                                                                     Enforcement Trunked Digital Radio System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Tulsa Police Department, Tulsa, OK                Law Enforcement Interoperability / Regional           $200,000  Sullivan
                                                                                     Expansion Project
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Umatilla County Sheriff, Pendlton, OR             Mobile Video Equipment                                $130,000  Walden
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Union County Sheriff, El Dorado, AR               In-Car Video and Audio Recording Devices               $75,000  Ross
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Union County, FL Sheriff, Lake Butler, FL         Law Enforcement Visual Intelligence Tool              $500,000  Crenshaw
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DOJ              COPS Tech        University of Akron, Akron, OH                    High Technology Forensics Laboratory and              $500,000  LaTourette
                                                                                     Resource Center
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DOJ              COPS Tech        University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK        Central Oklahoma /State of Oklahoma Forensic          $150,000  Fallin
                                                                                     Laboratory Program Enhanced DNA Analysis
                                                                                     Training for Law Enforcement Professionals
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DOJ              COPS Tech        University of Maryland Public Safety Training     Prince George's County Municipal                      $500,000  Hoyer
                                   and Technical Assistance Program, Greenbelt, MD   Interoperability Upgrades
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DOJ              COPS Tech        University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX       Open Source Lab for Law Enforcement Intelligence      $400,000  Reyes
                                                                                     Analysis on Latin America
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Upper Peninsula 9-1-1 Authority, Escanaba, MI     Upper Peninsula 9-1-1 Computer Aided Dispatch         $250,000  Stupak
                                                                                     and Records Management System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Vanderburgh County Commissioners, Evansville, IN  Civic Center Complex Security Improvements            $200,000  Ellsworth
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Vienna, WV Police Department, Vienna, WV          Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Bosque Farms, Bosque Farms, NM         Valencia County Law Enforcement Uniform Records       $400,000  Teague
                                                                                     Management System
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Campton Hills Police Department,       Campton Hills Police Mobile Patrol                     $25,000  Foster
                                   Campton Hills, IL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Chagrin Falls Police Department,       Interoperable Communications and Operations           $250,000  LaTourette
                                   Chagrin Falls, OH                                 Center
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Clearview, WV, Wheeling, WV            Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of La Grange Park, La Grange Park, IL     Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $75,000  Lipinski
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of La Grange, La Grange, IL               Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $100,000  Lipinski
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Melrose Park Police Department,        Wireless Surveillance System                          $300,000  Quigley
                                   Melrose Park, IL
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Monroe Police Department, Monroe, NY   Law Enforcement Equipment                             $160,000  Hall (NY)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of North Aurora, North Aurora, IL         Village of North Aurora Police Digital Radio          $200,000  Foster
                                                                                     Interoperability
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Pelham Manor, Pelham Manor, NY         Village of Pelham Manor, NY, Police Department         $30,000  Lowey
                                                                                     Fingerprint Scanner
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Village of Thornton, IL, Thornton, IL             Mobile Data Browsing Software Upgrade                 $100,000  Jackson (IL)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Virgin Islands Police Department, St. Croix, VI   Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment              $550,000  Christensen
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Virginia Center for Policing Innovation,          Virginia Center for Policing Innovation               $300,000  Scott (VA); Moran (VA); Nye; Wittman
                                   Richmond, VA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Waco Police Department, Waco, TX                  McLennan County Communications Technology             $450,000  Edwards (TX)
                                                                                     Upgrade
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Wake County, Raleigh, NC                          Wake County 800 MHz Base Infrastructure               $400,000  Price (NC); Miller (NC); Etheridge
                                                                                     Expansion
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Warner Robins Police Department, Warner Robins,   Forensic Video System                                  $20,000  Marshall
                                   GA
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Washington Parish Sheriff, Franklinton, LA        Law Enforcement Equipment                             $291,000  Scalise
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV          Washoe County Patrol Vehicle Safety Systems           $500,000  Heller
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Watertown, CT, Watertown, CT                      Emergency Communications System                       $300,000  Murphy (CT)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Wayne County, Detroit, MI                         Wayne County, MI Radio Communications                 $300,000  Conyers
                                                                                     Interoperability
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Webb County Sheriff, Laredo, TX                   South Texas Forensics Laboratory                      $250,000  Cuellar
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DOJ              COPS Tech        West Union, WV Police Department, West Union, WV  Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Weston Police Department, Weston, WV              Weston Police Department Technology Upgrade           $250,000  Capito
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Wichita State University, Wichita, KS             Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute          $650,000  Tiahrt
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Wilcox County Sheriff, Abbeville, GA              Portable and Vehicle Radios                            $25,000  Marshall
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Williamstown, WV Police Department,               Law Enforcement Technology and Equipment               $25,000  Mollohan
                                   Williamstown, WV
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Wilmington Police Department, Wilmington, NC      Gunshot Location System                               $315,000  McIntyre
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Yellowstone County Sheriff's Office, Billings,    Yellowstone County Mobile Digital Video Camera        $147,000  Rehberg
                                   MT
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       14th Judicial District Durham County North        14th Judicial District of Durham County: New          $100,000  Price (NC)
                                   Carolina, Durham, NC                              Life Job Court
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       180 Turning Lives Around, Inc, Hazlet, NJ         180 Child and Teen Violence Reduction and             $500,000  Pallone; Holt
                                                                                     Treatment Expansion, Hazlet, NJ
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       9th Judicial District, Koochiching County,        Koochiching County DUI/Substance Abuse Court          $100,000  Oberstar
                                   International Falls, MN
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       A Better Way, Inc., Columbia, SC                  Project Gang Out (GO)                                 $250,000  Clyburn
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       A Child Is Missing, Inc, Ft. Lauderdale, FL       Assist in finding missing children or adults.         $300,000  Klein (FL)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       A Safe Haven, Chicago, IL                         Comprehensive Substance Abuse Services to Ex-         $500,000  Davis (IL)
                                                                                     Offenders
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       ACCESS--Arab Community Center for Economic and    ACCESS Youth Center                                   $200,000  Dingell
                                   Social Services, Dearborn, MI
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital, Downers Grove,  Assisting Victims of Domestic Violence at              $75,000  Roskam
                                   IL                                                Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Alabama District Attorneys Association,           Alabama Computer Forensics Labs                       $900,000  Bonner; Rogers (AL); Aderholt
                                   Montgomery, AL
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Alachua County, FL, Gainesville, FL               Management of Offenders with Co-occurring Mental      $900,000  Stearns; Brown, Corrine
                                                                                     Illness and Addiction Disorders
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Alamo Area Rape Crisis Center, San Antonio, TX    National Online Hotline and comprehensive             $200,000  Gonzalez
                                                                                     services for sexual assault survivors
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Aliviane, Inc., El Paso, TX                       The Border Institute of Excellence                    $250,000  Reyes
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Alvernia University, Reading, PA                  Criminal Justice Program Initiative                   $470,000  Gerlach
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       American Judges Association, Williamsburg, VA     American Judges Association Judicial Education        $350,000  LaTourette
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Armstrong County Emergency Operating Center,      Armstrong County Emergency Operating Center           $100,000  Dahlkemper
                                   Kittanning, PA                                    Upgrades
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Auburn University, Auburn, AL                     Auburn University Canine Program                      $900,000  Rogers (AL); Aderholt
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Baltimore City Mayor, Baltimore, MD               Baltimore City Reentry Employment Center              $500,000  Cummings
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Baltimore County Executive Office, Towson, MD     9-1-1 Communications Center                           $500,000  Ruppersberger; Kratovil; Cummings
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Bee County Sheriff, Beeville, TX                  Equipment for new officers                            $250,000  Hinojosa
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi       Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Mississippi           $200,000  Hare
                                   Valley, Davenport, IA                             Valley Expansion and Enhancement Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Billings Clinic, Billings, MT                     Billings Clinic Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner         $250,000  Rehberg
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program, Lexington,   Bluegrass Domestic Violence Transitional Housing      $325,000  Chandler
                                   KY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Borough of Jamesburg, Jamesburg, NJ               Jamesburg Police Communications Modernization          $95,000  Holt
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Breaking Ground, Chicago, IL                      Job Training and Placement Services for Ex-           $100,000  Davis (IL)
                                                                                     Offenders
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       BRIDGES USA, Memphis, TN                          BRIDGES SPAN Program for Memphis City Schools         $300,000  Cohen
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Brinkley, AR Police Department, Brinkley, AR      Law Enforcement Equipment                              $62,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Brockton Area Private Industry Council, Inc.,     Gateway Program                                       $250,000  Lynch
                                   Brockton, MA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Buffalo City Mission, Buffalo, NY                 Cornerstone Manor Program Expansion                   $200,000  Slaughter
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       California Department of Justice, Sacramento, CA  Gang Suppression Enforcement Team (GSET) Project      $100,000  Cardoza
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       California Department of Justice, Sacramento, CA  Riverside Gang Suppression Enforcement Team           $250,000  Calvert
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       CeaseFire Chicago, Chicago, IL                    CeaseFire Chicago Project                             $250,000  Jackson (IL)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Center for Court Innovation, New York, NY         Enhanced Services for Veterans in Drug Court          $100,000  Hinchey
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Center Point, Inc., San Rafael, CA                Re-Entry and Community Integration Services           $250,000  Woolsey
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Chabad of Riverside, Riverside, CA                Chabad of Riverside's Project PRIDE (Prevention,      $400,000  Calvert
                                                                                     Resource, Information and Drug Eradication)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Chapman University, Orange, CA                    Chapman University Domestic Violence Clinic           $100,000  Sanchez, Loretta
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department,          Gang of One Pilot Program                             $200,000  Kissell; Watt
                                   Charlotte, NC
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Chicago School of Professional Psychology,        The Chicago School Partnership with Community         $350,000  Jackson (IL)
                                   Chicago, IL                                       Mental Health Council
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters,      Child Abuse Treatment Services (VA)                   $100,000  Scott (VA)
                                   Norfolk, VA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Chrysalis House, Lexington, KY                    Chrysalis House Substance Abuse Rehabilitation        $175,000  Chandler
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Chrysalis-Changing Lives Through Jobs, Los        Ex-Offender and Homeless Job Training Initiative      $500,000  Roybal-Allard
                                   Angeles, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Citizens for NYC, New York, NY                    Community Crime Stoppers                              $200,000  Crowley
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Adelanto, Adelanto, CA                    Emergency Operations Center                           $375,000  McKeon
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Annapolis, Maryland, Annapolis, MD        Capital City Safe Streets Program                     $100,000  Sarbanes
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Austin, Austin, TX                        Austin Police Technology                              $250,000  Smith (TX)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Baltimore Police Department, Baltimore,   Baltimore City Gun Violence Reduction Initiative      $500,000  Ruppersberger
                                   MD
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Carlsbad, Carlsbad, CA                    Joint First Responders Training Facility              $300,000  Bilbray
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN              City of Chattanooga Law Enforcement Training          $500,000  Wamp
                                                                                     Center
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Colton, Colton, CA                        City of Colton Police Department Back-up              $200,000  Baca
                                                                                     Generator
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Denton, Denton, TX                        Denton Public Safety Training Facility              $1,000,000  Burgess
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Detroit, Detroit Police Department,       City of Detroit--Firearm Reduction Initiative         $500,000  Conyers; Kilpatrick (MI)
                                   Detroit, MI
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Detroit, Detroit, MI                      City of Detroit--Parolees, Technical Parole           $550,000  Conyers; Kilpatrick (MI)
                                                                                     Violators, and Former Prisoners Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Escondido, Escondido, CA                  Mobile Data Computer Infrastructure                   $200,000  Bilbray
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Evanston Police Department, Evanston, IL  Undercover Operations Personnel                        $35,000  Schakowsky
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Folsom, Folsom, CA                        Folsom Emergency Operations Center                    $250,000  Lungren, Dan
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Glendale, Glendale, AZ                    Glendale Computer Aided Dispatch and Records        $1,000,000  Franks (AZ); Pastor (AZ)
                                                                                     Management System
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Glendale, Glendale, CA                    Interagency Communications Interoperability           $500,000  Schiff
                                                                                     System, Glendale/Burbank, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Henderson, Henderson, NV                  Regional Law Enforcement Training Facility            $300,000  Titus
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Houston, Houston, TX                      Targeted Narcotics Enforcement Team, Houston, TX      $350,000  Culberson; Poe (TX)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Hutchinson Police Department,             Emergency Response Team Equipment Upgrade             $200,000  Moran (KS)
                                   Hutchinson, KS                                    Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Irondale, Irondale, AL                    Law Enforcement Equipment and Technology              $350,000  Bachus
                                                                                     Upgrades
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Kansas City, Kansas City, MO              Community Justice Program                             $100,000  Cleaver
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Lakewood, CO, Lakewood, CO                Substance Abuse Treatment for Youth Offenders          $45,000  Perlmutter
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA              Community Law Enforcement and Recovery Program        $500,000  Roybal-Allard
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA              Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART)                   $100,000  Watson; Sherman
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA              Gang Reduction Youth Development Zone--Pacoima        $100,000  Berman
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA              Rape Kit Backlog Elimination Program                  $500,000  Schiff
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Miami Beach, FL, Miami Beach, FL          Miami Beach After School Gang and Drug                $500,000  Ros-Lehtinen; Wasserman Schultz
                                                                                     Prevention Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Midland, Midland, TX                      Emergency Communications Equipment, Midland,          $325,000  Conaway
                                                                                     Texas
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Montgomery, Montgomery, AL                City of Montgomery and Montgomery County              $360,000  Bright; Rogers (AL)
                                                                                     Interoperable Upgrades
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Moreno Valley, Moreno Valley, CA          City of Moreno Valley Gang Prevention Program         $500,000  Bono Mack
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of National City, National City, CA          Homeless Outreach Program and Enforcement (HOPE)       $95,000  Filner
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of New Haven, New Haven, CT                  City of New Haven Re-entry Program                    $500,000  DeLauro
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia,, PA           Youth Violence Reduction Partnership (YVRP)           $250,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ                      City of Phoenix Electronic Prosecutor Records         $100,000  Pastor (AZ)
                                                                                     Management
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA        San Bernardino Project Phoenix Neighborhood           $500,000  Lewis (CA)
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of San Fernando, San Fernando, CA            School Resource Officer Program                       $450,000  Berman
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of San Jose, San Jose, CA                    Skills to Succeed Prisoner Re-Entry Pilot             $400,000  Honda
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Stockton, Stockton, CA                    Operation Peacekeeper Gang Outreach Program           $200,000  Cardoza; McNerney
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Trenton, New Jersey, Trenton, NJ          YouthStat Violence and Gang Prevention                $310,000  Smith (NJ); Holt
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Tucson, Tucson, AZ                        Tucson Drug Trafficking Suppression Initiative        $400,000  Giffords; Grijalva
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Westminster, CA, Westminster, CA          Asian Criminal Enterprise Initiative                  $290,000  Royce; Rohrabacher; Sanchez, Loretta
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Wrens, Wrens, GA                          Wrens city security project                            $75,000  Barrow
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       City of Yonkers, Yonkers, NY                      Yonkers WAVE drug sweep                               $300,000  Engel
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC                Claflin Certified Forensics Laboratory              $1,000,000  Clyburn
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Claiborne County Sheriff, Port Gibson, MS         County-wide law enforcement programs                  $100,000  Thompson (MS)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Clarke County Sheriff, Berryville, VA             Northwest Regional Gang Task Force                  $1,000,000  Wolf
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Clearfield City, Clearfield, UT                   Digital Technology for Drug Enforcement/Gang-         $425,000  Bishop (UT)
                                                                                     Related Strategic Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Coalition for a Drug-Free Lanai, Lanai City, HI   Youth Mentoring Program                                $25,000  Hirono
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Community Foundation of Wyandotte County, Kansas  NeighborhoodsNOW Crime and Safety Initiative          $500,000  Moore (KS)
                                   City, KS
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Conservation Corps of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA  Environmental Job Training Program for Youth At-      $100,000  Sanchez, Linda
                                                                                     Risk in Southeast Los Angeles County
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Converging Industries Research Foundation,        Massachusetts Initiative for Real-Time Wireless       $250,000  Capuano
                                   Cambridge, MA                                     Emergency Communications
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department,       Rape Kit Backlog Reduction Program                  $1,000,000  Schiff
                                   Monterey Park, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       County of Merrimack, New Hampshire, Concord, NH   Merrimack County Mental Health Court Pilot            $250,000  Hodes
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       County of Monterey, Salinas, CA                   Monterey County Street and Anti-Gang Project          $500,000  Farr
                                                                                     (aka: Gang Task Force)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       County of San Diego, District Attorney, San       DA Gang and Drug Crime Investigation and              $200,000  Filner; Davis (CA); Bilbray
                                   Diego, CA                                         Prosecution
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       County of San Diego, Sheriff's Department, San    San Diego County Regional Gang Enforcement            $350,000  Hunter; Filner; Davis (CA)
                                   Diego, CA                                         Collaborative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Covenant House California, Oakland, CA            Covenant House, Oakland Housing and Career            $250,000  Lee (CA)
                                                                                     Center
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR       Arkansas School Resource Officer Program              $600,000  Boozman; Berry; Snyder
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR       Rural Executive Management Institute (REMI)           $200,000  Berry
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Cuyahoga County Board of County Commissioners,    Cuyahoga County Fatherhood Initiative                 $300,000  Kucinich
                                   Cleveland, OH
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Cuyahoga County Board of County Commissioners,    Cuyahoga County Prisoner Re-entry Program             $400,000  Kucinich; Fudge
                                   Cleveland, OH
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Digital Development Corporation and Oversight     SECOND CHANCES Job Training Program                   $250,000  Davis (IL)
                                   Committee (DDCOC), Chicago, IL
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Diverse and Resilient, Inc., Milwaukee, WI        Diverse and Resilient, Inc.                           $155,000  Baldwin
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       East Bay Community Law Center, Berkeley, CA       Clean Slate Clinic for Community Re-entry &           $250,000  Lee (CA)
                                                                                     Reintegration
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       East Helena Police Department, East Helena, MT    East Helena Community Policing Hiring Effort           $60,000  Rehberg
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg,    The Cyber Crime and Forensics Institute               $500,000  Kanjorski
                                   PA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Emanuel County Board of Commissioners,            Emanuel County Emergency Vehicle Acquisition          $100,000  Barrow
                                   Swainsboro, GA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Enough is Enough, Great Falls, VA                 VA Internet Safety 101                                $160,000  Moran (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Episcopal Community Services of Maryland,         Jericho Reentry: Workforce Development for Ex-        $100,000  Ruppersberger; Cummings
                                   Baltimore, MD                                     Offenders
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Essex County District Attorney, Salem, MA         Essex County District Attorney's Child Abuse,         $250,000  Tierney
                                                                                     Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Specialized
                                                                                     Prosecution Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Essex County Sheriff's Department, Middleton, MA  Comprehensive Substance Abuse Education and           $280,000  Tsongas; Tierney
                                                                                     Treatment Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Exeter Police Department, Reading, PA             Berks County Emergency Response Team (BCERT)          $350,000  Gerlach
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Fairfield Police Department, Fairfield, IL        Farifield Police Department Emergency                 $110,000  Shimkus
                                                                                     Communications and Equipment Upgrades
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Family Justice Center, Hillsborough County,       Family Justice Center                                 $200,000  Castor (FL)
                                   Tampa, FL
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Family Reentry, Norwalk, CT                       Fresh Start Reentry Program                           $900,000  Larson (CT); Himes
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Father's Day Rally, Philadelphia,, PA             FDRC                                                  $250,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Findlay Police Department, Findlay, IL            Findlay Police Equipment                               $10,000  Shimkus
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       First Step, Taylor, MI                            First Step Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program      $200,000  Dingell
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL      FGCU Law Enforcement and Public Safety                $200,000  Mack
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Fulton County, Atlanta, GA                        Fulton County High Intensity Crime Area Task          $100,000  Scott (GA); Lewis (GA)
                                                                                     Force
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Gallatin County, Montana, Bozeman, MT             Gallatin County Treatment Court                       $185,000  Rehberg
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Genesee Community College, Batavia, NY            Integrated Campus Security Initiative                 $537,000  Lee (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Glenville State College, Glenville, WV            Glenville State College, WV Anti-Recidivism           $406,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     Prisoner Education Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Glenville State College, Glenville, WV            Glenville State College, WV Electronic Crimes         $200,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     Education and Training Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Grundy County Emergency Telephone System Board,   Grundy County ETSB Consolidation Project E911         $100,000  Halvorson
                                   Morris, IL                                        System
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Guilford College, Greensboro, NC                  Enhancing Technical Expertise in Forensics in         $100,000  Miller (NC)
                                                                                     Guilford County, North Carolina
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Hampden County Sheriff, Ludlow, MA                Integrated Reentry Program                            $350,000  Neal
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Hanover Park Police Department, Sergeant Tim      Rapid Response to School Violence                      $48,000  Roskam
                                   Podlin, Hanover Park, IL
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Harris County Constable Precinct 4, Springt, TX   Preventing Violence Against Women                      $90,000  Poe (TX)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Harris County Constable Precinct Six, Houston,    Gang Identification and Enforcement Unit              $110,000  Green, Gene; Green, Al
                                   TX
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center, Honolulu, HI     Human Rights Alliance                                 $200,000  Abercrombie; Hirono
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science, New   Regional Crime Scene Response Team                    $200,000  DeLauro
                                   Haven, CT
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Holmes County Sheriff Department, Lexington, MS   County-wide law enforcement programs                  $100,000  Thompson (MS)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Homestretch, Falls Church, VI                     Homelessness and Domestic Violence Programs           $300,000  Moran (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Hope Through Housing Foundation, Rancho           After School and Beyond -Violence Prevention          $850,000  Miller, Gary; Baca; Tauscher
                                   Cucamonga, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Houston Police Department, Houston, TX            Mobile AFIS Equipment and LiveScan Equipment          $910,000  Poe (TX)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Hoxie, AR Police Department, Hoxie, AR            Law enforcement programs and equipment                 $50,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Idaho Department of Corrections, Boise, ID        NCOMS Medical and Mental Health Sharing Software      $500,000  Simpson
                                                                                     Development
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge, IA     Iowa Central Law Enforcement Training Center          $500,000  Latham
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Iowa Governor, Des Moines, IA                     Drug Endangered Children Program and Drug             $300,000  Boswell
                                                                                     Diversion Deterrence
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Iowa State University, Ames, IA                   Internet Scale Event & Attack Generation              $400,000  Latham
                                                                                     Environment
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Iowa State University, Ames, IA                   Iowa State Forensic Testing Lab                     $1,400,000  Latham
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Izard County, AR Sheriff, Melbourne, AR           Calico Rock, AR Police Program                        $100,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Jefferson County Sheriff, Fayette, MS             County-wide law enforcement programs                  $100,000  Thompson (MS)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York,   National Academy for Reentry Policy and Practice      $100,000  Rangel; Towns; Engel
                                   NY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Johnson County Sheriff, Cleburne, TX              Stop the Offender Program                             $200,000  Edwards (TX)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Joiner, AR Police Department, Joiner, AR          Law enforcement programs and equipment                $100,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Justice 2000, Inc., Milwaukee, WI                 Community justice centers                             $100,000  Moore (WI)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       King County Sheriff, Seattle, WA                  King County Gang Intervention Initiative              $200,000  McDermott
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       King of Kings Foundation, Jamaica, NY             Anti-Drug & Anti-Gang Warriors Program                $290,000  Meeks (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Kokomo Police Department, Kokomo, IN              Kokomo Police Department Forensic Crime Lab           $100,000  Donnelly (IN)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Lane County Administration, Eugene, OR            Offender Treatment and Transition Program             $500,000  DeFazio
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Las     Information Sharing and Analysis Tools for the        $325,000  Berkley; Titus
                                   Vegas, NV                                         Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       LIGALY, Bayshore, NY                              The Anti-Violence Project                             $500,000  Israel
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Local Initiatives Support Corporation, New York,  LISC Community Safety Initiative                      $225,000  Oberstar; Langevin; Conyers
                                   NY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, Leesburg, VA     Northern Virginia Regional Gang Task Force          $3,000,000  Wolf; Connolly (VA); Moran (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Lucas County TASC, Inc., Toledo, Ohio, OH         Reentry Coalition Of Northwest Ohio                   $300,000  Kaptur
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Maryland State Police, Pikesville, MD             Gang Elimination Task Force                         $1,000,000  Ruppersberger
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Mattie Rhodes Center, Kansas City, MO             Latino Youth Crime Prevention Project                 $250,000  Cleaver
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Men Aspiring Leaders through Education, Inc.,     M.A.L.E. Reentry Program                              $250,000  Green, Al
                                   Houston, TX
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Men of Valor Academy, Oakland, CA                 Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Center for            $100,000  Lee (CA)
                                                                                     Building Our Community Green
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Miami Dade College North Campus, Miami, FL        Officer Tactical Facility Enhancements                $200,000  Meek (FL)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Miami-Dade County, Miami, FL                      Mortgage Fraud Task Force                             $150,000  Meek (FL); Diaz-Balart, Mario; Wasserman
                                                                                                                                                     Schultz; Diaz-Balart, Lincoln
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Micronesian Legal Services Corporation, Saipan,   Legal services outreach, internet upgrade and         $180,000  Sablan
                                   MP                                                immigration services
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Minnesota State Patrol, St. Paul, MN              MN 8th District State Patrol In-Squad Digital         $240,000  Oberstar
                                                                                     Cameras
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Minot State University, Minot, ND                 Rural Methamphetamine Education Project               $350,000  Pomeroy
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Mississippi Military Department, Jackson, MS      Regional Counterdrug Training Academy                 $300,000  Harper
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Monmouth County Sheriff, Freehold, NJ             Trunk Radio System                                    $120,000  Holt
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Monroe County Department of Public Safety,        Biology/DNA Module                                    $200,000  Slaughter
                                   Rochester, NY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Monroe County Department of Public Safety,        Monroe County Regional Crime Laboratory               $100,000  Maffei
                                   Rochester, NY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Montgomery YMCA, Montgomery, AL                   Cleveland Avenue YMCA                                 $100,000  Bright
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN                            Training of Law Enforcement Personnel                 $625,000  Gordon (TN)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Multi-County Juvenile Attention System (MCJAS),   Tuscarawas Attention Center Project                   $275,000  Space
                                   Canton, OH
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Multnomah County, OR, Portland, OR                Multnomah County (OR) Department of Community         $500,000  Blumenauer; Wu
                                                                                     Justice Re-Entry Services
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       My Home, Your Home Inc., Milwaukee, WI            Lissy's Place                                         $180,000  Moore (WI)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Nassau County Executive, Mineola, NY              Family Court Technology Improvements                  $235,000  McCarthy (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Nassau County Police Department, Mineola, NY      Heroin Abatement Program                              $385,000  King (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       National Council of Juvenile and Family Court     Child Abuse Training Programs for Judicial          $1,875,000  Granger; Titus; Conyers; Honda; Grijalva;
                                   Judges, Reno, NV                                  Personnel: Victims Act Model Courts Project                     McDermott; Berkley
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       National District Attorneys Association,          National Advocacy Center State and Local              $150,000  Kratovil; Ruppersberger; Spratt; Aderholt;
                                   Alexandria, VA                                    Prosecutors Training Program                                    Rothman (NJ)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       National Forensic Science Technology Center,      National Forensic Science Technology Center,        $2,000,000  Young (FL)
                                   Largo, FL                                         Forensic Technology Center of Excellence
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Nevada Department of Public Safety Parole and     State of Nevada, Parole and Probation                 $150,000  Titus
                                   Probation, Carson City, NV                        Technological Advancement and Improvement
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       New Jersey Department of Children and Families,   Child Forensic Interviewers for Child Advocacy        $100,000  Holt; Pascrell
                                   Trenton, NJ                                       Centers
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       New Man Development Community Corporation,        Employment Preparation Project at New Man              $25,000  Coble
                                   Rehrersburg, PA                                   Development Community Corporation
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       North Arlington Borough, North Arlington, NJ      Cops in Schools and Cops on the Street                $100,000  Rothman (NJ)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA      Campus-Wide Security System                           $300,000  Kanjorski
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Northwest Missouri Interagency Team Response      Multi-Jurisdictional Drug and Violent Offender        $200,000  Graves
                                   Operation, Cameron, MO                            Task Force
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       NYC Police Foundation, New York, NY               Project COPE                                          $500,000  McMahon
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Office of Human Affairs, Newport News, VA         Visual and Performing Arts After School Program,      $100,000  Scott (VA)
                                                                                     Newport News, VA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Office of the King's County District Attorney,    ComALERT Project                                      $100,000  Weiner
                                   Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Office of the Queens County District Attorney,    Specialized Effort to Combat Financial Crimes         $100,000  Weiner
                                   Kew Gardens, NY                                   and Mortgage Fraud
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety,   Law Enforcement Programs                              $165,000  Herseth Sandlin
                                   Pine Ridge, SD
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Ohio Attorney General, Columbus, OH               University Of Toledo and Ohio Attorney General        $100,000  Kaptur
                                                                                     Forensic Crime Lab
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Oldham County Sheriff's Office, LaGrange, KY      Equipment Upgrades, Oldham County Sheriff, KY          $75,000  Davis (KY)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Operation Our Town, Altoona, PA                   Drug Treatment and Prevention                         $300,000  Shuster
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Operation UNITE, Somerset, KY                     Narcotics Law Enforcement & Interdiction,           $4,450,000  Rogers (KY)
                                                                                     Education and Deterrence
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force,       Victim and Outreach Services Enhancements             $220,000  Sanchez, Loretta
                                   Westminster, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Oregon Partnership, Portland, OR                  Rx for Saving Oregon Teens                            $470,000  Walden; Wu
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Oriana House, Inc., Akron, OH                     Misdemeanant Facility                                 $100,000  Ryan (OH); Sutton
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Parents for Megan, Stony Brook, NY                Institute Sex Offender Registration Tips (SORT)       $300,000  Israel; Bishop (NY); King (NY)
                                                                                     and Support Programs
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       PAX/Real Solutions to Gun Violence, New York, NY  SPEAK UP Hotline and Awareness Campaign Access        $240,000  Pascrell; McCarthy (NY)
                                                                                     Expansion
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Pennyrile Narcotic Task Force, Hopkinsville, KY   Law Enforcement Programs and Equipment                $750,000  Whitfield
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Penobscot County Sheriff, Bangor, ME              Sheriff Taskforce to collaborate with Maine           $250,000  Michaud
                                                                                     schools in a comprehensive multi-hazard
                                                                                     interoperable response plan
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Peralta Community College District, Oakland, CA   Oakland Center for Public Safety at Merritt           $125,000  Lee (CA)
                                                                                     College
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Perry Police Department, Perry, FL                Perry Police Department Canine Program                $105,000  Boyd
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Persad Center, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA               Community Safe Zone                                   $150,000  Doyle
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Philadelphia Safety Net, Philadelphia,, PA        Safety Net Program                                    $300,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Phoenix House, NY, New York, NY                   Drug Treatment Technology Project                     $500,000  Rangel
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Phoenix House, Springfield, MA                    Drug Treatment Technology Enhancement Initiative      $500,000  Neal
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Portage County Commissioners, Adult Probabtion    Community Integration and Socialization Program       $200,000  Ryan (OH)
                                   Department, Ravenna, OH
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Providence Police Department, Providence, RI      Providence Gun Violence and Gang Reduction            $500,000  Kennedy
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Tacoma, WA             Puyallup Justice Center Project                       $400,000  Smith (WA)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Ready Willing & Able, Philadelphia, PA            Ready Willing & Able Philadelphia Program             $200,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Rio Hondo College, Whittier, CA                   Regional Homeland Security Training Center            $300,000  Napolitano; Miller, Gary; Schiff
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Rockdale County Sheriff's Office, Rockdale        Rockdale County Sheriff's Office--Gang                $250,000  Johnson (GA); Scott (GA)
                                   County, GA                                        Intervention Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sacramento Police Department, Sacramento, CA      Sacramento Police Department Cold Case Justice        $100,000  Matsui
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA                 Pierce County Regional Gang Prevention                $500,000  Dicks; Smith (WA)
                                                                                     Partnership, Safe Streets Campaign
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Saginaw County Sheriff, Saginaw, MI               Facilitating Justice Information Sharing              $280,000  Kildee
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Salem Police Department, Salem, MA                Regional Approach to Law Enforcement Technology       $250,000  Tierney
                                                                                     Services
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX      Sam Houston State University Regional Crime         $1,000,000  Brady (TX)
                                                                                     Laboratory
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       San Diego Second Chance Program, San Diego, CA    Second Chance Prisoner Reentry Employment             $400,000  Filner
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       San Francisco District Attorney, San Francisco,   San Francisco Reentry Center                          $750,000  Pelosi
                                   CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       San Jose State University Research Foundation,    Community Collaborative Response to Victims of        $440,000  Lofgren, Zoe; Honda
                                   San Jose, CA                                      Domestic Violence
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sanctuary, Inc., Guam, Chalan Pago, GU            Sanctuary, Inc., Guam At-Risk Youth Services          $150,000  Bordallo
                                                                                     Programs
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Saving Our Seeds, Chicago, IL                     Life Skills Program                                    $51,000  Davis (IL)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Center,       Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Center            $400,000  Young (AK)
                                   Anchorage, AK
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Shelby Township Police Department, Shelby         Law Enforcement Programs, Prosecution, Drug           $200,000  Miller (MI)
                                   Township, MI                                      Treatment and Enforcement Programs
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate, Agency Village, SD       Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate Transition Assistance         $110,000  Herseth Sandlin
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sisters of Charity, Columbia, SC                  Jobs Not Jail: An Alternative to Incarceration        $265,000  Spratt
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       South Western Judicial Circuit Family Violence    Domestic Violence Advocate                             $75,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Council, Inc., Americus, GA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Southeast Missouri Network Against Sexual         Enhanced Victim Assistance                            $200,000  Emerson
                                   Violence, Cape Girardeau, MO
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Southwest Tennessee Community College, Memphis,   Forensic Science Program                              $100,000  Cohen
                                   TN
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       St. Thomas University, Miami Gardens, FL          Human Trafficking Initiative                          $500,000  Ros-Lehtinen; Wasserman Schultz
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Sterling Heights Police Department, Sterling      Law Enforcement Programs, Prosecution, Drug           $300,000  Miller (MI)
                                   Heights, MI                                       Treatment and Enforcement Programs
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Stetston University College of Law, Gulfport, FL  National Clearing House for Science, Technology       $400,000  Young (FL)
                                                                                     and the Law
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Suffolk County Police Department, Yaphank, NY     Suffolk County, NY, Police Department Computer        $250,000  Bishop (NY); King (NY)
                                                                                     Crimes Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Superior Police Department, Superior, WI          Forensic Technology Task Force                        $550,000  Obey
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Survivors, Inc., Gettysburg, PA                   Legal Advocacy and Hotline Project                     $25,000  Platts
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Synergy Services, Parkville, MO                   Community Response to Domestic Violence               $140,000  Graves
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Tahirih Justice Center, Falls Church, VA          Immigrant Women and Girls Legal Services              $500,000  Moran (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Tallahassee Community College, Tallahassee, FL    Florida Public Safety Institute                       $245,000  Boyd; Crenshaw
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX       Tarleton State University Rural Law Enforcement     $1,500,000  Carter
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Taylor County Sheriff, Medford, WI                Law Enforcement Technology                          $1,000,000  Obey
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Texas Border Sheriffs Coalition, El Paso, TX      Operation Linebacker                                $4,850,000  Culberson
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Texas Engineering Extension Service, College      Forensic Science Academy                              $300,000  Edwards (TX)
                                   Station, TX
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Texas State University--San Marcos, San Marcos,   Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training    $1,300,000  Conaway; Granger; Edwards (TX); Smith (TX);
                                   TX                                                (ALERRT)                                                        Johnson, Eddie Bernice
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The City of Belton, Texas, Belton, TX             Belton, Texas First Responder Equipment,              $700,000  Carter
                                                                                     Technology and Interoperability Upgrades
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The City of Center Point, Center Point, AL        Center Point Community Policing Project               $200,000  Davis (AL)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The Criminal Justice Training Center, Golden      Virtual Interactive Training Simulator                $900,000  Rohrabacher
                                   West College, Huntington Beach, CA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The Doe Fund, Inc., New York, NY                  Ready, Willing & Able                                 $600,000  Nadler (NY); Towns; Maloney
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The PROGRAM for Offenders, Pittsburgh, PA         Family Reunification Project                          $100,000  Doyle
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The St. Petersburg College, St. Petersburg, FL    St. Petersburg College National Terrorism           $1,500,000  Young (FL)
                                                                                     Preparedness Institute
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The University of Alabama at Birmingham,          Model State Partnership for Cybercrime and            $500,000  Aderholt
                                   Birmingham, AL                                    Security
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX       Texas Cyber Security Research and Training            $529,000  Gohmert
                                                                                     Institute
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       The Women's Center and Shelter of Greater         Emergency Shelter Project                             $200,000  Doyle
                                   Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Thiel College, Greenville, PA                     Thiel College Community Police Partnership            $500,000  Dahlkemper
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Toledo Fair Housing Council, Toledo Ohio, OH      Predatory Lending Program                             $125,000  Kaptur
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Town of Greenburgh Adult Drug Treatment Court,    Town of Greenburgh, NY, Adult Drug Court               $50,000  Lowey
                                   Greenburgh, NY                                    Treatment Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Township of North Brunswick, North Brunswick, NJ  North Brunswick Video Surveillance Program            $185,000  Holt
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Turning Point, Inc., Woodstock, IL                Law Enforcement Advocacy Partnership (LEAP)           $300,000  Bean
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Uintah County, Vernal, UT                         Uintah County Drug Court                              $200,000  Matheson
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       United Way for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit,    United Way for Southeastern Michigan Ex-Offender      $300,000  Conyers
                                   MI                                                Reentry Program
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ                 Binational Migration Institute                        $250,000  Grijalva
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       University of Maryland Public Safety Training     Prince George's County-Montgomery County Gang       $2,700,000  Van Hollen; Hoyer; Edwards (MD)
                                   and Technical Assistance Program, Greenbelt, MD   Prevention and Suppression Task Force
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       University of Mississippi School of Law,          National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law       $600,000  Childers
                                   University, MS
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       University of Toledo, Toledo, OH                  Ohio Trafficking in Persons Study Group               $250,000  Kaptur
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA        University of West Georgia K-12 School Safety         $250,000  Gingrey (GA)
                                                                                     and Emergency Response Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Ventura County District Attorney, Ventura, CA     DNA Cold Case Prosecution Unit                        $570,000  Gallegly
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Ventura County Sheriff, Ventura, CA               Regional Gang Unit--Forensic Scientists                $80,000  Gallegly; Capps
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Village of Downers Grove, Downers Grove, IL       Internet Safety Programs                                $5,000  Biggert
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Village of Southern View, Springfield, IL         Southern View Police Training and Equipment           $100,000  Shimkus
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Voorhees College, Denmark, SC                     Domestic Violence Against Women                       $250,000  Clyburn
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh, NC     Public Safety for Growing Region                      $300,000  Price (NC); Miller (NC); Etheridge
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Washington County, Oregon, Hillsboro, OR          Washington County (OR) Drug Court                     $300,000  Wu
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Washington State University, Pullman, WA          Washington State University Center for the Study      $500,000  McMorris Rodgers
                                                                                     of Addiction: Methamphetamine, Prescription,
                                                                                     and Other Drugs of Abuse
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Wayne County Prosecutor, Detroit, MI              The Wayne County Mortgage Fraud Team                  $250,000  Dingell
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Wayne County Sheriff, Fairfield, IL               Equipment and Supplies for Wayne County Sheriff       $100,000  Shimkus
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Wayne State University, Detorit, MI               Prisoner Re-Entry Program                             $250,000  Kilpatrick (MI)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Weathersfield Township Trustees, Mineral Ridge,   Weathersfield OH Regional Interoperable               $495,000  Ryan (OH)
                                   OH                                                Communication Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV          West Virginia University Identification               $500,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     Technology Research and Transition Center
                                                                                     (CiTeR)
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV          West Virginia University Technology Design            $500,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Western Connecticut State University, Danbury,    Expanded Building a Bridge to Improve Student         $100,000  Murphy (CT)
                                   CT                                                Success At-Risk Youth Project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Whatcom County, Bellingham, WA                    Whatcom County Rapid Border Prosecution               $430,000  Larsen (WA)
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Wilmington Police Department, Wilmington, OH      Wilmington Police Department--Equipment               $140,000  Turner
                                                                                     Replacement and Modernization project
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA of Greater Cleveland, Cleveland, OH          NIA: A Program to Promote Self-Sufficiency for        $100,000  Fudge
                                                                                     At-Risk Young Women Aging Out of Foster Care
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA of Greater Flint, Flint, MI                  Partners in Transition Program for At-Risk Young      $600,000  Kildee
                                                                                     Women
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA of Greater Toledo, Toledo, OH                Enhancing Programs for At-Risk Youth and              $125,000  Kaptur
                                                                                     Domestic Violence Survivors
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA of Madison, Madison, WI                      Community of Opportunity At-Risk Youth                $150,000  Baldwin
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA              YWCA Rape Crisis Center                               $200,000  Eshoo
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       YWCA Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA                 Human Trafficking Victim Support Center               $450,000  Honda
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DOJ              OJP--Byrne       Zero to Three, Washington, DC                     New Haven Court Team for Maltreated Infants and       $300,000  DeLauro
                                                                                     Toddlers
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          A Place Called Home, Los Angeles, CA              Health, Nutrition and Well-being Program              $300,000  Becerra
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          ABC Unified School District, Cerritos, CA         Hawaiian Gardens Gang Prevention/Drop Out             $100,000  Sanchez, Linda
                                                                                     Intervention Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Abraham House, Bronx, NY                          Abraham House Programs for At-Risk Youth              $100,000  Serrano
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Academy School of Careers, El Paso, TX            Project Salud                                         $100,000  Reyes
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Alameda County Social Services, Oakland, CA       Family Visitation Center                              $200,000  Stark
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          An Achievable Dream, Inc., Newport News, VA       An Achievable Dream Academy                           $600,000  Wittman; Scott (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Art Center of the Grand Prairie, Stuttgart, AR    Grand Prairie Arts Initiative                         $155,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Aztecs Rising, Los Angeles, CA                    Aztecs Rising Gang Intervention Program               $225,000  Becerra
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bardavon 1869 Opera House, Inc. (UCCC),            OJJDP In-School Residency and Community              $100,000  Hinchey
                                   Poughkeepsie, NY                                  Outreach Support for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Barron County Restorative Justice Inc., Rice      Anti-Truancy Initiative                               $230,000  Obey
                                   Lake, WI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bay County Neighborhood Resource Center/Bay       Bay County Neighborhood Resource Center               $200,000  Kildee
                                   Regional Medical Center, Bay City, MI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Beaver County Minority Coalition, Beaver Falls,   Beaver County Juvenile Justice Program                $100,000  Altmire
                                   PA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Berkshire South Regional Community Center, Great  Action Adventures Out-of-School Anti-Bullying         $135,000  Olver
                                   Barrington, MA                                    Project, southern Berkshire County
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation of New        New Jersey Mentoring Initiative                       $400,000  LoBiondo; Payne; Pallone; Sires
                                   Jersey, Parsippany, NJ
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Big Brothers Big Sisters of Will and Grundy       Expansion of One to One Mentoring Services for        $185,000  Halvorson
                                   County, Joliet, IL                                At-Risk Children in Will and Grundy Counties
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Big Brothers of Rhode Island, East Providence,    Mentorship Program for At-Risk Children               $100,000  Kennedy
                                   RI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bolder Options, Minneapolis, MN                   Bolder Options Replication and Expansion              $300,000  Ellison
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bolder Options, Minneapolis, MN                   Bolder Options Rochester expansion                    $100,000  Walz
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Boston Urban Youth Foundation, Roxbury, MA        Building Futures Educational Initiative               $250,000  Capuano
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Boys & Girls Club of Rutherford County,           Project Learn                                         $150,000  Gordon (TN)
                                   Murfreesboro, TN
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley,     Life Skills Development Program for At-risk            $75,000  Schiff
                                   Monterey Park, CA                                 Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Boys and Girls Club of Worcester, MA, Worcester,  Gang Prevention Through Targeted Outreach             $350,000  McGovern
                                   MA                                                Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Boys Town, Louisiana, New Orleans, LA             Expansion of Boys Town Louisiana Projects             $147,000  Scalise; Melancon; Cao
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Brick Township Police Athletic League, Brick, NJ  Brick PAL After-School and Kids Camp Program          $250,000  Smith (NJ)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bronx Cluster of Settlement Houses, Bronx, NY     Bronx Cluster Youth Development                       $350,000  Engel
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Bronx Council on the Arts, Inc., Bronx, NY        BCA Bronx WritersCorps: Youth Development/            $150,000  Serrano
                                                                                     Delinquency Prevention
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Brooklyn Academy of Music, Brooklyn, NY           BAM Brooklyn Youth Initiatives                        $200,000  Clarke; Towns
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Brown Memorial Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY       MLK Strivers After School Program                     $150,000  Towns
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Building Toward Wellness Community Coalition      Positive Steps After School Program                    $75,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Inc., Columbus, GA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Cabrini College, Wayne, PA                        Fostering Community Partnerships for Justice:         $100,000  Sestak; Gerlach
                                                                                     Domestic Violence Education for Pre-Service and
                                                                                     Practicing Professionals
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Calhoun County Family Connection, Edison, GA      Youth-Senior Partnership Program                       $75,000  Bishop (GA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          CAPPA, Inc. (Community Alliance for Progressive   CAPPA Youth Intervention and Development              $350,000  Carney
                                   Positive Action), Williamsport, PA                Project: Creating Solutions
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          CASA serving Lancaster, Monterey Park, CA         Court Appointed Special Advocates Program             $300,000  McKeon
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Centinela Youth Services, Inc, Hawthorne, CA      Parent Efficacy Program                               $200,000  Waters
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Chabad of San Jose, Los Gatos, CA                 Prevention, Resource, Information and Drug            $200,000  Honda
                                                                                     Education Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Chabad of the Valley, Tarzana, CA                 Prevention, Resource, Information and Drug            $100,000  Sherman
                                                                                     Education (PRIDE) Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Chapel Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Detroit,   Chapel Hill Children and Youth Art Center             $500,000  Kilpatrick (MI)
                                   MI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Childhelp of East Tennessee, Knoxville, TN        Child Abuse Treatment in Knox County                  $250,000  Duncan
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          ChildHelp River Bridge Center, Glenwood Springs,  Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment in               $300,000  Salazar
                                   CO                                                Garfield, Pitkin and Rio Blanco Counties
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Childhelp, Flagstaff, AZ                          Childhelp Mobile Advocacy Center of Northern          $300,000  Kirkpatrick (AZ)
                                                                                     Arizona
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Childhelp, Phoenix, AZ                            Childhelp Children's Center-expansion of              $100,000  Pastor (AZ)
                                                                                     services
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Children and Families First Delaware,             Functional Family Therapy for At-Risk Youth           $120,000  Castle
                                   Wilmington, DE
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Alexandria, Alexandria, VA                Youth Building Green                                  $200,000  Moran (VA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Baltimore Police Department, Baltimore,   Baltimore City Juvenile Screening and Diversion       $200,000  Ruppersberger
                                   MD                                                Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Cairo, Cairo, GA                          Holder Park Youth Resource Center After-school         $75,000  Bishop (GA)
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Chino, Chino, CA                          City of Chino--Chino Experience Teen Center           $150,000  Miller, Gary
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of East Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, CA        East Palo Alto Violence Prevention Initiative         $200,000  Eshoo
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Gadsden, Gadsden, AL                      Helping Families Program                              $250,000  Aderholt
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Garfield, Garfield, NJ                    School Resource Officer Program (Cops In School)      $100,000  Rothman (NJ)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Hartford Police Department, Hartford, CT  Truancy Reduction Program                             $300,000  Larson (CT)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville, FL        At-Risk Youth Intervention Initiative               $1,250,000  Crenshaw; Brown, Corrine
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Las Cruces, Las Cruces, NM                Juvenile Justice and Law Enforcement After            $250,000  Teague
                                                                                     School Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Long Beach, Long Beach, CA                Youth Career Academy                                  $300,000  Richardson
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Pasadena, Pasadena, CA                    Neighborhood Outreach Workers (NOW) Program           $250,000  Schiff
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program,          Restorative Justice Project                           $100,000  Fattah
                                   Philadelphia, PA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Richmond, Virginia, Richmond, VA          Targeted High-Risk Youth Achievement Program,         $200,000  Scott (VA)
                                                                                     Richmond, Va
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Rochester, City of Rochester, NY          After-School Jobs Program for At-Risk Youth           $200,000  Slaughter
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Sacramento, Sacramento, CA                City of Sacramento Attendance Centers                 $280,000  Matsui
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Victorville, Victorville, CA              Uturn Gang Prevention Strategy                         $82,000  McKeon
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City of Wilson, North Carolina, Wilson, NC        Wilson Gang Prevention Initiative                     $100,000  Butterfield
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          City Parks Foundation, New York, NY               City Parks Foundation Park Activity Expansion         $200,000  McMahon; Engel; Rangel
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Community Connections, Inc., Bluefield, WV        Southern West Virginia Community Coalition            $187,000  Rahall
                                                                                     Outreach and SADD Outreach Campaign
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA),          Court Appointed Special Advocates Recruitment         $200,000  Napolitano
                                   Monterey Park, CA                                 for 38th District
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Court Appointed Special Advocate, Monterey Park,  Court Appointed Special Advocate Program for          $375,000  Roybal-Allard
                                   CA                                                Infants and Toddlers
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Covenant House Georgia, Inc, Atlanta, GA          Covenant House Georgia Rights of Passage              $100,000  Lewis (GA)
                                                                                     Transitional Living Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Covenant House of Florida, Orlando, FL            Parent Education and Health Support Program           $200,000  Grayson
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Crawford Counseling and Community Learning        Parenting and Life Choices Program/Employee            $50,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Center, Roberta, GA                               Assistance Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          D.A.R.E. New Jersey, Inc., Cranbury, NJ           Middle School Drug and Safety Prevention Project      $350,000  Smith (NJ); Pascrell; LoBiondo; Payne
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, Minot, ND            High-Risk Youth Program                               $200,000  Pomeroy
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Dauphin County Human Service Director,            Family Group Conferencing Community Expansion         $300,000  Holden
                                   Harrisburg, PA                                    Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Delaware Mentoring Council, Newark, DE            Mentoring Initiatives for At-Risk Children and        $750,000  Castle
                                                                                     Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Devereux Kids Florida, Ocala, FL                  Devereux Kids abuse and neglect prevention            $200,000  Stearns
                                                                                     program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Devereux, King of Prussia, PA                     Program-Wide Positive Behavior Support for At-        $100,000  Sestak
                                                                                     Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Dooly County Community Coalition/Family           Delinquency Prevention                                 $75,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Connection, Vienna, GA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Dutchess Community College, Poughkeepsie, NY      At-risk Youth Education and Training Programs         $400,000  Hinchey
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Economic Opportunity Council, Wyandanch, NY       Save Our Youth Violence Prevention After School       $300,000  Israel
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Eden Housing, Hayward, CA                         Digital Connectors At-Risk Youth Program              $575,000  Stark; Lee (CA); Tauscher; McNerney
                                                                                     Expansion
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          El Museo del Barrio, New York, NY                 El Museo del Barrio's Bronx Educational Programs      $100,000  Serrano
                                                                                     for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Enough is Enough, Great Falls, VA                 Maryland Internet Safety 101: Empowering Parents      $250,000  Bartlett; Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Fairfax Childhelp Center, Fairfax, VA             Providing specialized care and treatment for          $200,000  Connolly (VA)
                                                                                     child abuse victims
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          FC Harlem, New York, NY                           Lion Share Youth Development Program                  $100,000  Rangel
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          First Gethsemane Center for Family Development,   Reducing Barriers to Success for At-risk Youth        $100,000  Yarmuth
                                   Louisville, KY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Florida Venture Foundation, Miami, FL             Youth Build Development Strategies                    $400,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Focus: HOPE, Detroit, MI                          Focus: HOPE Youth Media Initiative                    $100,000  Conyers
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Forever Family, Fort Lauderdale, FL               Forever Family Child Safety and Adoption              $400,000  Hastings (FL); Wasserman Schultz; Wexler
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Forsyth County, North Carolina, Winston-Salem,    Gang and Delinquency Prevention Initiative            $450,000  Watt
                                   NC
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Fountain Avenue Community Development             After school program                                  $100,000  Towns
                                   Corporation, Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Four Oaks Family Services & Benton/Iowa County    Benton/Iowa County After-school Program and           $100,000  Boswell
                                   Decategorization Project, Marengo, IA             Functional Family Therapy Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Gang Alternatives Program, Los Angeles, CA        Gang Alternatives Program for Southeast Los           $135,000  Sanchez, Linda
                                                                                     Angeles County
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, Arcadia, CA   VIVA California                                       $115,000  Becerra
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, San Antonio, TX   VIVA Texas                                            $350,000  Gonzalez; Green, Gene
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Girl Scouts of the USA, New York, NY              Girl Scouts Beyond Bars                             $1,350,000  Kennedy; Abercrombie; Rush; Ruppersberger
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          GMHC, New York City, NY                           Protecting Health and Building a Prosperous         $1,500,000  Rangel; Nadler (NY); Weiner; Towns; Meeks
                                                                                     Future for At-Risk Youth in New York City                       (NY); Engel; Clarke
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Good Shepherd Services, New York, NY              Afterschool programming for at-risk youth             $250,000  Velazquez
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Governor's Prevention Partnership, Hartford, CT   Prevention Initiative for At-Risk Youth               $300,000  Larson (CT)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Green Bay YWCA, Green Bay, WI                     Green Bay YWCA After-School Programs                  $600,000  Kagen
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Harlem RBI, Inc., New York, NY                    Youth Development through Year-Round Sports and       $100,000  Rangel
                                                                                     Teams
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hartford Behaviorial Health, Inc., Hartford, CT   The Stump the Violence Youth Leadership               $300,000  Larson (CT)
                                                                                     Institute
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Highland Park Community Development Corporation,  Values Education Through Cooperative Activities       $300,000  Towns
                                   Brooklyn, NY                                      Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hillside Family of Agencies, Greenbelt, MD        Hillside Family of Agencies, Hillside Work-           $100,000  Edwards (MD)
                                                                                     Scholarship Connection
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hillside Family of Agencies, Hillside Work-       Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection (HW-SC)          $300,000  Maffei
                                   Scholarship Connection, Syracuse, NY              Syracuse Program Expansion
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hillside Family of Agencies, Rochester, NY        Workforce Development Initiative for Youth Aging-     $100,000  Arcuri
                                                                                     Out of Foster Care
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hollenbeck Police Activities League, Los          Hollenbeck PAL-Youth Crime Prevention                 $250,000  Roybal-Allard
                                   Angeles, CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Holy Cross Children's Services, Clinton, MI       Edward J. Overstreet Center for Excellence in         $225,000  Kilpatrick (MI); Levin
                                                                                     Children's Services
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Hoops Express, Inc., Newburgh, NY                 Helping Our People Excel Project                      $250,000  Hinchey
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          HoustonWorks USA, Houston, TX                     The Juvenile Justice Initiative                       $400,000  Green, Gene; Jackson-Lee (TX); Green, Al
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Human Development Commission, Caro, MI            Generations                                           $100,000  Kildee
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Improved Solutions for Urban Systems (ISUS),      Improved Solutions for Urban Systems--21st            $860,000  Turner
                                   Dayton, OH                                        Century Jobs for Disengaged Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Institute for the Study and Practice of Non-      Nonviolence Program                                   $300,000  Langevin; Kennedy
                                   violence, Providence, RI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          i-SAFE, Inc., Carlsbad, CA                        i-SAFE e-Safety Education and Outreach                $630,000  Shimkus; Kilroy; Young (AK); Kennedy;
                                                                                     Initiative                                                      Pomeroy; Grijalva; Berkley
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Jackson County Court Appointed Special            Legal Child Advocate Program                          $100,000  Cleaver
                                   Advocates, Kansas City, MO
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Jobs for Ohio, Columbus, OH                       Jobs for Ohio's Graduates Dropout Prevention          $100,000  Sutton
                                                                                     Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Juvenile Justice Center, Little Rock, AR          Child Maltreatment and Delinquency Project            $200,000  Snyder
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Kentler International Drawing Space Inc.,         K.I.D.S. Art Education Program                        $100,000  Velazquez
                                   Brooklyn, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Kidsbridge, Trenton, NJ                           Kidsbridge Life Skills, Gang Resistance and            $90,000  Smith (NJ)
                                                                                     Violence Prevention
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          KidsPeace, Altamonte Springs, FL                  KidsPeace Florida Therapeutic Foster Care             $200,000  Mica
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          KidsPeace, Indianapolis, IN                       KidsPeace Evansville Therapeutic Foster Care          $200,000  Ellsworth
                                                                                     Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          KidsPeace, West Seneca, NY                        KidsPeace Ithaca Therapeutic Foster Care Program      $250,000  Hinchey
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          KidsVoice, Pittsburgh, PA                         Child Advocacy Program                                $500,000  Murphy, Tim; Doyle
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Klingberg Family Centers, Hartford, CT            Klingberg Child Abuse Treament Services               $400,000  Larson (CT)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          LA County--Deparment of Children and Family       Independent Living Program, San Gabriel Valley        $250,000  Schiff
                                   Services, Los Angeles, CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          LACER, Los Angeles, CA                            At the Park After Dark                                 $75,000  Becerra
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Laughlin Community Center, Inc., Wheeling, WV     Laughlin Community Center Science and                  $70,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     Mathematics Excellence Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Long Beach Community College District, Long       Business Training for At-Risk Youth in Watts-         $100,000  Sanchez, Linda
                                   Beach, CA                                         Willowbrook
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Lower Brule, SD          Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Boys and Girls Club           $300,000  Herseth Sandlin
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          M.L. Wilson Boys & Girls Club of Harlem, New      Career Launch/Club Service                            $100,000  Rangel
                                   York, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Main Line Chinese Culture Center, Inc. (MLCCC),   Preparing Philadelphia                                $100,000  Brady (PA)
                                   Wynnewood, PA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center, Oakland,   Youth Non-Violent Leadership Program                  $250,000  Lee (CA)
                                   CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center, Inc.,      Mary Mitchell Family and Youth Center: Ongoing        $250,000  Serrano
                                   Bronx, NY                                         Programs for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Maryland Department of Juvenile Services,         Maryland Civic Justice Corps                          $200,000  Sarbanes; Cummings
                                   Baltimore, MD
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Men Engaged in Nonviolence, Inc, Taos, NM         Men Engaged in Nonviolence Activities Program          $24,000  Lujan
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Middlecreek Area Community Center, Beaver         Linkages Mentoring Program and Youth Aid Panel        $100,000  Carney
                                   Springs, PA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Miller County New Vision Coalition, Inc.,         Too Good for Drugs After-School Program                $80,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Colquitt, GA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Montana Youth and District Court Services         MONTS-Juvenile Justice System                         $600,000  Rehberg
                                   Bureau, Helena, MT
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Museum of the City of New York, New York, NY      Out of School Time                                    $350,000  Maloney; Rangel
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          My Turn Inc., Brockton, MA                        Out-of-School Youth Intervention Program              $200,000  McGovern
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          National Child Protection Training Center at      Child Protection Professionals Training               $300,000  Walz
                                   Winona State University, Winona, MN
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          National Council of Juvenile and Family Court     Judicial Training, Research & Technical               $600,000  Heller; Honda; Grijalva; Conyers; McDermott;
                                   Judges, Reno, NV                                  Assistance                                                      Berkley; DeLauro
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          National Council on Crime and Delinquency         Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Center for Asian      $100,000  Lee (CA)
                                   (NCCD), Oakland, CA                               Pacific Islander Youth in Oakland
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          New Freedom Theater, Philadelphia, PA             Performing Arts Training Program (PATP)               $100,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League,    Anti-Gang Initiative and the Be a Fit Kid Health      $275,000  Lujan
                                   Albuquerque, NM                                   Mentorship Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          New Orleans Crime Coalition/New Orleans Business  New Orleans Crime Coalition                         $1,500,000  Cao
                                   Council, New Orleans, LA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          New York City Outward Bound Center, Inc., Long    At-Risk Students Program                              $200,000  Maloney
                                   Island City, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          New York Junior Tennis League, Woodside, NY       Tennis, Sports, Literacy, and Education Programs      $100,000  Clarke
                                                                                     for High Risk New York City Young People from
                                                                                     Low-Income Families
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          North Alabama Child Maltreatment Collaborative,   National Children's Advocacy Center                   $350,000  Griffith
                                   Huntsville, AL
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          North Carolina Mentoring Partnership, Raleigh,    North Carolina Mentoring Partnership: Mentoring       $400,000  Price (NC); Watt
                                   NC                                                Programs for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          North East Florida Education Consortium,          North East Florida Education Consortium Dropout       $450,000  Boyd
                                   Palatka, FL                                       Prevention
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Northern Forest Canoe Trail, Waitsfield, VT       Northern Forest Explorers Outdoor Program             $300,000  Pingree (ME); Welch; Arcuri; McHugh
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition,   Sistas and Brothas (S&B) United Youth Leadership      $100,000  Serrano
                                   Bronx, NY                                         Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ocean Tides School, Narragansett, RI              School to Work Program                                $200,000  Langevin
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Office of the Attorney General of Virginia,       Gang Prevention Coordination Program                  $100,000  Scott (VA)
                                   Richmond, VA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ogden City School District, Ogden, UT             Ogden Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Initiative      $375,000  Bishop (UT)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ohel Children, New York, NY                       Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention         $250,000  Rangel
                                                                                     program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ohel Children's Home & Family Services, Teaneck,  Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention         $200,000  Rothman (NJ)
                                   NJ                                                Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ohel Childrens Home and Family Services,          At Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention Program      $350,000  Velazquez; Nadler (NY); Weiner; Engel;
                                   Brooklyn, NY                                                                                                      McCarthy (NY); Clarke
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ohel Children's Home and Family Services, Miami   At Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention Program      $200,000  Klein (FL); Wasserman Schultz; Ros-Lehtinen
                                   Beach, FL
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ohio Assn of Police Athletic/Activities League,   Ohio Police Assn of Police Athletic/Activities        $200,000  Ryan (OH)
                                   Euclid, OH                                        League Cops and Kids
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Old Bethel UMC, Charleston, SC                    Bethel Community Outreach Program                     $300,000  Clyburn
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Olive Crest--Pacific Northwest, Tacoma, WA        Push to Permanence Project                            $500,000  Dicks
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Olive Crest Treatment Centers, Santa Ana, CA      Olive Crest Independent Living Skills for At-         $500,000  Calvert; Sanchez, Loretta; Bono Mack
                                                                                     Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Operation QT, Inc., Paradise Valley, AZ           Operation Quality Time After School Program           $300,000  Pastor (AZ)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Orange Police Department, Orange, MA              Implementation of the Training Active Bystanders      $620,000  Olver
                                                                                     Program and Enhancing Community Policing,
                                                                                     Athol, Orange, Fitchburg, Greenfield, Holyoke
                                                                                     and Pittsfield, MA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Orangeburg Consolidated School District Five,     Alternative Youth Education Program                   $500,000  Clyburn
                                   Orangeburg, SC
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Orlando Health, Orlando, FL                       Orlando Health Orange County Children's Advocacy      $250,000  Grayson; Kosmas; Brown, Corrine
                                                                                     Center Programs
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Outright Vermont, Burlington, VT                  Rural Vermont Bullying Initiative                     $100,000  Welch
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Overtown Youth Center, Inc., Miami, FL            At Risk Youth Program                                 $100,000  Meek (FL)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          PACE Center for Girls, Inc., Jacksonville, FL     PACEWorks!                                            $400,000  Wasserman Schultz; Brown, Corrine; Crenshaw
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pasadena Symphony Association, Pasadena, CA       Music Access and Education for At-Risk Youth           $75,000  Schiff
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Patrick Henry Community College, Martinsville,    At Risk Youth Program                                 $300,000  Perriello
                                   VA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pawtucket Police Department, Pawtucket, RI        Pawtucket at risk youth program                       $100,000  Kennedy
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pee Dee Boys and Girls Club, Florence, SC         At-risk youth intervention                            $400,000  Clyburn
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pemi Youth Center, Plymouth, NH                   Pemi Youth Center After School Program                $125,000  Hodes
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          PEOPLE TO PEOPLE, Newport News, VA                PEOPLE TO PEOPLE Neighborhood Center Pilot            $200,000  Scott (VA)
                                                                                     Project, Newport News, Virginia
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Philadelphia Teen Court, Philadelphia, PA         Teen Court Program                                    $100,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Phoenix Academy of Orange County, Santa Ana, CA   Strengthening Family and Substance Abuse              $230,000  Sanchez, Loretta
                                                                                     Services for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Phoenix Academy, Lake View Terrace, CA            Strengthening Family and Mental Health Services       $800,000  Sherman; Harman; Roybal-Allard; Berman
                                                                                     for Underserved Youth in Los Angeles County
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners,    Pinellas County At-Risk Youth Diversion               $300,000  Young (FL); Castor (FL)
                                   Clearwater, FL                                    Prevention Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Police Athletic League, Norristown, PA            Norristown Youth Program Support                       $90,000  Gerlach
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Police Athletic League, Toledo Ohio, OH           Police Athletic League Youth Center                   $300,000  Kaptur
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Polk County Sheriff, Bartow, FL                   Polk County Gang Prevention Initiative                $250,000  Putnam
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Project Avary (Alternative Ventures to At-Risk    Building Skills and Capacity of Children of           $125,000  Pelosi; Woolsey
                                   Youth), Novato, CA                                Prisoners
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Project Goal, Providence, RI                      Champions of Change/Project Goal                      $100,000  Kennedy
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Project Rebound, Inc., Columbus, GA               Juvenile Diversion Program                            $250,000  Bishop (GA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Pulaski County Youth Services, Little Rock, AR    Youth Initiative to Encourage Learning and            $350,000  Snyder
                                                                                     Development
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Ramsey County Community Corrections, St. Paul,     Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative           $560,000  McCollum
                                   MN                                                (JDAI)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Restoration Ministries, Harvey, IL                Project Intercept                                     $200,000  Jackson (IL)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Resurrection Health Care, Broadview, IL           Multi-Systemic Therapy Program                        $210,000  Gutierrez
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Richmond Black Firefighters Association,          Richmond Youth Academy                                $250,000  Miller, George
                                   Richmond, CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Richmond Police Activities League, Richmond, CA   Changing Habits, Attitudes & Mind Program             $390,000  Miller, George
                                                                                     (CHAMP)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Rocking the Boat, Inc., Bronx, NY                 RTB Education Programs for At-Risk Youth              $250,000  Serrano
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center, Inc.,          Child Abuse Victim Services                           $195,000  Baldwin
                                   Madison, WI
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Saint Joseph's University, Philadelphia, PA       Saint Joseph's University Institute for Violence      $200,000  Brady (PA); Gerlach
                                                                                     Research and Prevention
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          San Fernando Valley Partnership, Inc., San        Chicas in Control and Succeeding                      $450,000  Berman
                                   Fernando, CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Santa Clara County of Education, San Jose, CA     Information Network for Student Success               $400,000  Honda
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Save Our Future, Inc, Los Angeles, CA             Save Our Future/Mothers On the March After-           $300,000  Watson
                                                                                     School Program, Intervention & Enrichment
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Save the Children, Westport, CT                   Arkansas Rural Literacy Program                       $300,000  Berry
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          School Biz Match, Inc., Washington, DC            Pilot program to be run in various sites in the       $200,000  Norton
                                                                                     District of Columbia within the business
                                                                                     sector, community-based operations and the
                                                                                     school district, including charter schools when
                                                                                     appropriate.
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          School District of Palm Beach County, West Palm   Career Education for At-risk and Adjudicated          $200,000  Wexler; Hastings (FL)
                                   Beach, FL                                         Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Sea Research Foundation, Mystic, CT               Immersion Presents After School Program               $100,000  Courtney; DeLauro
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          SGA Youth and Family Services, Chicago, IL        Juvenile Justice Program                              $185,000  Gutierrez
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center, East        Youth Action After School Program                     $200,000  Ackerman
                                   Hills, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Siena College, Loudonville, NY                    Siena College At-Risk Youth Service Initiative        $100,000  Tonko
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Soundview Community in Action, Bronx, NY          Outreach Programs for At-Risk Youth                   $300,000  Crowley
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          South Central Community Services, Inc., Chicago,  SCCS, Inc. At-Risk Youth program                      $300,000  Rush
                                   IL
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Southwest Georgia Humanitarian Rural Outreach,    Rural Outreach Program                                 $75,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Bainbridge, GA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Sports Foundation, Inc., Bronx, NY                SFI Anti-Drug Programs for At-risk Youth, Bronx,      $125,000  Serrano
                                                                                     New York
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort Yates, ND         Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Child Protection            $350,000  Herseth Sandlin
                                                                                     Services
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Starfinder Foundation, Philadelphia, PA           Youth Soccer Gang Prevention Initiative               $100,000  Fattah
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Starr Commonwealth--Van Wert, Van Wert, OH        Expansion of the Adolescent Delinqency Program        $500,000  Latta
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Starr Commonwealth, Detroit, MI                   Bridges to Responsible Adulthood                      $200,000  Conyers; Kilpatrick (MI)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Starr Commonwealth Battle Creek Campus, Battle    Expansion of Starr Commonwealth Battle Creek          $300,000  Schauer
                                   Creek, MI                                         Parent-Referred Day Treatment Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          State of Maryland, Baltimore, MD                  Gang Prevention and Intervention Services             $500,000  Ruppersberger
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Suffolk University, Boston, MA                    Juvenile Justice Center at Suffolk University         $250,000  Lynch
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Superior Court of California, County of Santa     Santa Clara County Delinquency Model Court            $170,000  Honda
                                   Clara, San Jose, CA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Taylor County Family Matters Collaborative,       Taylor County After-School Program                    $145,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   Butler, GA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Team Focus, Inc., Mobile, AL                      Birmingham Mentoring and Education Program            $500,000  Bonner; Bachus
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, TX      Texas A&M Adjudicated Youth Program                   $250,000  Ortiz
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The After-School Corporation, New York, NY        After School Apprenticeship Program (ASAP)            $100,000  Clarke
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The ARISE Foundation, North Palm Beach, FL        Life-Management Skills Intervention/Re-entry          $550,000  Hastings (FL); Kosmas; Diaz-Balart, Mario;
                                                                                     Program for High Risk Youth                                     Stearns; Wexler; Brown, Corrine; Wasserman
                                                                                                                                                     Schultz; Meek (FL); Klein (FL); Ros-
                                                                                                                                                     Lehtinen; Diaz-Balart, Lincoln
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Armory Track & Field Foundaiton, New York,    Armory Prep                                           $150,000  Rangel
                                   NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Bronx Comunity Pride Center, Bronx, NY        BCPC: Youth Academic Programming                      $200,000  Serrano
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT            Lighthouse After-School Program                       $350,000  Himes
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven,   Interventions for Children and Families Exposed       $500,000  DeLauro
                                   New Haven, CT                                     to Violence and Trauma
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Emily Krzyzewski Center, Durham, NC           The Pioneer Scholars Program at the Emily             $200,000  Price (NC)
                                                                                     Krzyzewski Center in Durham, North Carolina
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Family Center of Columbus, Inc., Columbus,    Family Disintegration Prevention and Assistance       $200,000  Bishop (GA)
                                   GA                                                Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Friendship Circle, West Bloomfield, MI        Self-Determination Anti-Bullying in LifeTown          $150,000  Peters
                                                                                     (SAIL) Project--Year 2
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Manor, Jonesville, MI                         The Manor Children's Safety and Security Updates      $200,000  Schauer
                                                                                     Project
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center, New     Violence and Risky Behaviors Prevention               $100,000  Rangel
                                   York, NY
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The POINT Community Development Corporation,      The POINT Community Development                       $150,000  Serrano
                                   Bronx, NY                                         Corporation:Youth Development Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          The Women's Sports Foundation, Atlanta, GA        GoGirlGo! Atlanta Initiative                          $100,000  Lewis (GA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Town of Riverhead, Riverhead, NY                  Anti-gang initiative for at-risk age groups           $100,000  Bishop (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Turning the Hearts Center, Chula Vista, CA        Turning the Hearts Center Project                     $100,000  Filner
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          U.S. Soccer Foundation, Washington, DC            Champions of Change: Youth Soccer Gang                $200,000  Roybal-Allard
                                                                                     Prevention Initiative
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Uhlich Children, Chicago, IL                      Violence Prevention and Youth Leadership Program      $100,000  Quigley
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          United Methodist Children, Selma, AL              Security and IT Improvements                          $150,000  Bachus; Aderholt
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          United Way for Southeastern Michigan, Detroit,    United Way Juvenile Delinquency Prevention            $250,000  Levin; Peters; Dingell
                                   MI                                                Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          United Way of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PA    Youth Futures Commission                              $275,000  Doyle
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          United Way of North Central Massachusetts,        Engaging Youth for Success                            $350,000  Olver
                                   Fitchburg, MA
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO    Colorado Schools Safety Program (CSSP)                $300,000  Polis
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          University of Mobile, Mobile, AL                  University of Mobile, AL RamKids Program              $850,000  Bonner
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          University of Montana, Missoula, MT               Montana Safe Schools                                  $250,000  Rehberg
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Urban Dreams, Des Moines, IA                      Urban Children are Really Essential (U-CARE)          $200,000  Boswell
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Valley Youth House Committee, Inc., Allentown,    Adventure Challenge Education for Gang                $200,000  Dent
                                   PA                                                Prevention (ACE)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Virginia Mentoring Partnership, Richmond, VA      Mentoring Programs for At-Risk Youth                  $200,000  Moran (VA); Nye
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Washington State Mentors, Issaquah, WA            Mentoring Initiative for At-Risk Youth                $300,000  Inslee; McDermott
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Watson Children's Shelter, Missoula, MT           Western Montana Children's Safety Initiative          $500,000  Rehberg
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Wayne County Department of Children and Family    Wayne County, Michigan Juvenile Mentoring             $400,000  Conyers; Dingell
                                   Services, Detroit, MI                             Program
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Weld County Juvenile Assessment Center, Greeley,  Truancy Response and Intervention Program             $245,000  Markey (CO)
                                   CO
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Widener University, Chester, PA                   Widener University Delaware County Violence           $200,000  Brady (PA)
                                                                                     Prevention Collaborative
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          WNY Americorps, West Seneca, NY                   WNY Americorps for Programs to Assist At-Risk         $200,000  Higgins
                                                                                     Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Woodstock Film Festival, inc (WFF), Woodstock,    Woodstock Film Festival Youth Initiative / Youth       $30,000  Hinchey
                                   NY                                                at Risk
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          World Vision, Philippi, WV                        World Vision Appalachia at-risk youth                 $250,000  Mollohan
                                                                                     programming
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Yakima County, Yakima, WA                         Yakima County Gang Initiative                         $400,000  Hastings (WA)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          YMCA of Burbank, Burbank, CA                      Youth Development and Government Program               $45,000  Schiff
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          York County Children's Advocacy Center, York, PA  SAFE Team                                              $60,000  Platts
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. (YAP), Charleston,  South Carolina Gang Initiative                        $250,000  Brown (SC)
                                   SC
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Youth and Tennis, Inc., Jamaica, NY               Juvenile Deliquency Prevention                        $150,000  Meeks (NY)
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice, Bronx,    Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice:               $250,000  Serrano
                                   NY                                                Education Programs for At-Risk Youth
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Youth Power Center, Washington, DC                Youth Power Center Tutoring and Mentoring             $350,000  Norton
                                                                                     Program Expansion
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          YWCA Greater Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA         Project Empowerment                                   $100,000  Watson
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          YWCA Pasadena, Pasadena, CA                       Development and Education Program for At-risk          $75,000  Schiff
                                                                                     Girls
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Zero to Three, Cherokee, NC                       Cherokee Court Team for Maltreated Infants and        $100,000  Shuler
                                                                                     Toddlers
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          ZERO TO THREE, Douglasville, GA                   ZERO TO THREE: Douglas County Court Team for          $100,000  Scott (GA)
                                                                                     Maltreated Infants and Toddlers
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          ZERO TO THREE, Hattiesburg, MS                    Court Teams for Maltreated Infants and Toddlers       $300,000  Taylor
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NASA             CAS              Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, Houston,   Bay Area Houston SATOP                              $1,000,000  Paul
                                   TX
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NASA             CAS              Baylor University, Waco, TX                       Advanced Composite Materials Research                 $400,000  Edwards (TX)
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NASA             CAS              CORE Philly, Philadelphia, PA                     CORE Philly Scholarship Program                     $1,000,000  Fattah
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NASA             CAS              Drew University, Madison, NJ                      Drew University Environmental Science Initiative    $1,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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NASA             CAS              East Stroudsburg University, East Stroudsburg,    Marine Science Consortium Student-Faculty             $450,000  Kanjorski
                                   PA                                                Research Collaborative with NASA Goddard
                                                                                     Wallops Flight Facility
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NASA             CAS              Educational Advancement Alliance (EAA),           Math Science and Technology (MST) Program           $1,000,000  Fattah
                                   Philadelphia,, PA
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NASA             CAS              Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Prescott     NASA Educator Resource Center                         $200,000  Kirkpatrick (AZ)
                                   Campus, Prescott, AZ
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NASA             CAS              FOTO, Los Angeles, CA                             Science Education Programming                         $200,000  Schiff
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NASA             CAS              Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Johnstown,   Center for Engineering and Technology at Fulton-      $300,000  Tonko
                                   NY                                                Montgomery Community College--Phase Two
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NASA             CAS              Loma Linda University Medical Center, Loma        Space Radiation Health Research Program             $2,800,000  Lewis (CA)
                                   Linda, CA, CA
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NASA             CAS              MTSU, Murfreesboro, TN                            Aviation Safety and Human Factors Research Using      $700,000  Gordon (TN)
                                                                                     Emerging Technologies
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NASA             CAS              National Youth Science Foundation, Charleston,    Youth Science Discovery Experience and science        $200,000  Mollohan
                                   WV                                                center curriculum
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NASA             CAS              ScienceSouth, Florence, SC                        Innovative Science Learning Center                    $500,000  Clyburn
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NASA             CAS              Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, TN                    Center for Teaching & Learning in Science,            $400,000  Gordon (TN)
                                                                                     Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
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NASA             CAS              Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX                Engineering support for extended human and          $1,000,000  Neugebauer; Hall (TX)
                                                                                     robotic space flight missions--Texas Tech
                                                                                     University
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NASA             CAS              The Foundation for Community Empowerment, Inc.,   Dallas Achieves--Transforming Public Education        $500,000  Johnson, Eddie Bernice
                                   Dallas, TX                                        in Dallas, Texas, Through Math, Science and
                                                                                     Technology Initiatives
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NASA             CAS              The Thurgood Marshall College Fund, New York, NY  The Minority Science Initiative                       $100,000  Ruppersberger; Meek (FL); Cummings
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NASA             CAS              The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL         Miniature Antennas for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles       $350,000  Aderholt; Bachus
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NASA             CAS              Towson University, Towson, MD                     The Baltimore Excellence in Science Teaching        $1,000,000  Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
                                                                                     (BEST) Partnership
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NASA             CAS              University of Toledo, Toledo Ohio, OH             Advanced Photovoltaics Array Testing                  $500,000  Kaptur
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NASA             CAS              Universtiy of Mississippi, University, MS         Innovative STEM Eduation                              $200,000  Childers
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NASA             CAS              West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV          Aviation Safety Research and Design                   $500,000  Mollohan
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NASA             CAS              Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, WV          Great Science Online                                  $250,000  Mollohan
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                                                                                   COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE
                                                                            [Fiscal Year 2009 Project Reprogramming]
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     Agency          Account                          Recipient                                          Project                         Amount                     Requester(s)
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Bedford County Sheriff, Bedford, VA               Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $75,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Brunswick County Sheriff, Lawrenceville, VA       Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $50,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Campbell County Sheriff, Rustburg, VA             Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $50,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Cumberland County Sheriff, Cumberland, VA         Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $50,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Greene County Sheriff, Stanardsville, VA          Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $50,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Henry County Sheriff, Martinsville, VA            Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $75,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Martinsville City Sheriff, Martinsville, VA       Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $75,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Tech        Pittsylvania County Sheriff, Chatham, VA          Southside Virginia Law Enforcement                     $75,000  Perriello
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DOJ              COPS Meth        Etowah County Drug Enforcement Unit, Gadsden, AL  Anti-Methamphetamine Project                        $1,000,000  Aderholt
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DOJ              OJP--JJ          Allegheny County Housing Authority, Pittsburgh,   Harrison Township Community Center After-School       $400,000  Altmire
                                   PA                                                Program
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      Comparative Statement of New Budget (Obligational) Authority

    The following table provides a detailed summary, for each 
department and agency, comparing the amounts recommended in the 
bill with fiscal year 2009 enacted amounts and budget estimates 
presented for fiscal year 2010:
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           ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF JERRY LEWIS AND FRANK R. WOLF

    We commend Chairman Mollohan and Chairman Obey for the 
even-handed and collaborative approach taken in assembling this 
bill providing appropriations for the Departments of Commerce 
and Justice, Science, and Related Agencies for fiscal year 
2010. The bill includes important increases to programs that 
represent top national priorities, including counterterrorism, 
crime fighting, and scientific research and education. Both 
Chairman Mollohan and Chairman Obey have been open and 
responsive to issues and concerns raised by Republican Members 
and we appreciate their commitment to bipartisanship and 
regular order during consideration of this bill through the 
Committee process. We urge the majority to adhere to an open 
process as this and other fiscal year 2010 appropriations bills 
move forward and strongly believe that the Committee should not 
take actions that unnecessarily restrict the ability of Members 
to offer amendments, especially through onerous pre-printing 
requirements for floor amendments.
    The allocation given to the Subcommittee is $64.4 billion, 
which is $6.8 billion or 11.7% above 2009, and $197 million 
below the President's request. We believe that the Subcommittee 
could have met the most pressing funding needs by prioritizing 
within a lower allocation. With this very generous allocation 
virtually every agency and account in the bill receives a 
significant increase. This corresponds with the majority's 
overall budget blueprint which increases discretionary spending 
by $77 billion above fiscal year 2009. Since the Democratic 
Party took control of Congress, discretionary spending has 
increased by 41 percent. Non-defense, non-Veterans Affairs 
discretionary spending has increased by a staggering 85 
percent. Spending at this rate is unsustainable, and will 
exacerbate the burden of our deficits and debt, and prolong our 
economic downturn. As Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke testified to 
Congress earlier this month, large budget deficits threaten the 
long-term health of the economy, and restoration of fiscal 
balance is necessary to restoring and maintaining the 
confidence of the financial markets.
    Materials posted to the Committee website by the Majority 
suggest that the bill terminates 11 programs and makes 
reductions to 33 additional programs. However, this information 
is misleading. Of the 11 listed program terminations, eight 
were one-time construction or acquisition projects which were 
completed with fiscal year 2009 funds and therefore had no 
ongoing funding requirements. Another of the program 
``terminations'' was the Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery 
program. This activity is not terminated in the fiscal year 
2010 bill. The funding is continued at a reduced level under a 
different account.
    Of the 33 programs identified as ``reduced'' in the bill, 
most involve reductions from the request, not from the amount 
appropriated in fiscal year 2009, and again, many of the so-
called reductions represent one-time, non-recurring or phasing-
out activities for which there is no continuing funding 
requirement. In fact, within the entire list of 33 programs, 
only four represent ongoing programs where the amount in the 
fiscal year 2010 bill is less than the amount appropriated in 
fiscal year 2009: the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program; 
NSF's Advanced Technology Education program; Missing and 
Exploited Children programs; and NIST's maintenance and repair 
account.
    We commend the Chairman for including in the bill the full 
request for the salaries and expenses appropriation for the 
FBI, including an increase of over $400 million in critical 
counterterrorism and other national security programs. The bill 
also includes a critically important $35 million initiative for 
FBI and ATF to address the problem of violent gangs that plague 
our communities nationwide.
    While the bill includes more than $600 million above the 
request for State and local law enforcement accounts, the 
amount for the State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (SCAAP) 
is reduced by $100 million from the fiscal year 2009 level of 
$400 million. It is a Federal responsibility to secure the 
border, yet the burden of costs for incarcerating criminal 
aliens falls overwhelmingly on States and localities. The 
rising costs incurred by local jurisdictions to incarcerate 
undocumented criminal aliens are putting enormous pressure on 
State and local budgets. We hope that, as the bill moves 
forward, SCAAP funding can be restored to at least the fiscal 
year 2009 level.
    We also commend the Chairman for his initiative to provide 
increased funding for prisoner re-entry programs at the 
Federal, State and local level. We strongly support efforts to 
increase work opportunities for inmates, and reduce criminal 
recidivism, as well as innovative programs like Drug Courts 
that provide alternatives to the prosecution and incarceration 
of offenders with substance abuse problems.
    The bill funds NASA at $18.2 billion, but freezes funding 
at the current level for Exploration activities pending a blue 
ribbon Human Space Flight Review panel report on future 
options. This represents a cut of more than $560 million to the 
request. The funding level in the bill will not be sufficient 
to sustain the current development schedule for the new 
generation of Constellation vehicles. In fact, the level in the 
bill is likely to be inadequate to sustain any option that the 
Human Space Flight Review panel may recommend. Therefore, we 
look forward to working to ensure that the final bill will 
include sufficient funds to continue the U.S. leadership role 
in space.
    Finally, the bill includes important language limiting the 
use of funds by the Department to undertake activities related 
to the closure of the Guantanamo Bay Detention facility. The 
bill does not include the $60 million requested by the 
administration to support these activities, in recognition that 
the administration has not submitted a plan that details how 
they will carry out the closure and resolve the disposition of 
individual detainee cases. The bill prohibits the use of funds 
to release detainees into the United States. The bill also 
prohibits the transfer of detainees to the United States for 
detention or prosecution unless the President presents a plan 
to Congress that details the costs and risks. Finally, the bill 
prohibits the use of funds to transfer or release detainees 
abroad unless the President sends a report 30 days in advance 
that includes an assessment of risk.
    We are deeply concerned by the releases and transfers of 
detainees by the administration in recent days. The 
administration continues to withhold information from the 
Congress and the American public, and appears to be racing to 
move detainees before the will of the Congress can be enacted 
into law. Director Mueller of the FBI recently testified before 
Congress that bringing detainees to the United States, 
including bringing them here for detention and trial, poses 
risks to national security, including providing financing, 
radicalizing others and undertaking attacks in the United 
States. Further, the Department of Defense has released 
findings that various former Guantanamo detainees are known to 
have reengaged in terrorists activity associated with the Al 
Qaeda network, including facilitating the travel of terrorists 
into war zones, providing funds to Al Qaeda, and supporting and 
associating with known terrorists. This administration appears 
to be ignoring or disregarding those risks, as detainees are 
being released and transferred without justification to or 
oversight by the Congress.
    In conclusion, while we have concerns with the overall 
spending in the bill, and the items mentioned above, we would 
like to again express appreciation to Chairman Mollohan and 
Chairman Obey for their openness and consideration. We are 
grateful for the cooperative approach, and look forward to 
working together as the process continues to produce a bill 
that funds critical national priorities.

                                   Jerry Lewis.
                                   Frank R. Wolf.