H. Rept. 111-203 - 111th Congress (2009-2010)
July 13, 2009, As Reported by the Appropriations Committee

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                              R E P O R T

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                      COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

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                            ADDITIONAL VIEWS

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         ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

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111th Congress                                                   Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 1st Session                                                    111-203

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         ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

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  July 13, 2009.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed

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

                              R E P O R T

                             together with

                            ADDITIONAL VIEWS

                        [To accompany H.R. 3183]

    The Committee on Appropriations submits the following 
report in explanation of the accompanying bill making 
appropriations for energy and water development for the fiscal 
year ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes.

                        INDEX TO BILL AND REPORT

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                                                            Page Number

                                                            Bill Report
Introduction
                                                                      5
I. Department of Defense, Corps of Engineers--Civil:
                Introduction...............................     2
                                                                      8
                Investigations.............................     2
                                                                     13
                Construction...............................     3
                                                                     21
                Mississippi River and Tributaries..........     4
                                                                     38
                Operation and Maintenance..................     5
                                                                     40
                Regulatory Program.........................     6
                                                                     65
                Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action 
                    Program................................     7
                                                                     65
                Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies......
                                                                     66
                Expenses...................................     7
                                                                     66
                Office of the Assistant Secretary of the 
                    Army (Civil Works).....................     8
                                                                     67
                General Provisions.........................     8
                                                                     67
II. Department of the Interior:
        Central Utah Project Completion Account............    15
                                                                     68
        Bureau of Reclamation:.............................    15
                                                                     69
        Fiscal Year 2010 Budget Overview...................
                                                                     69
        Water and Related Resources........................    15
                                                                     70
        Central Valley Project Restoration Fund............    17
                                                                     77
        California Bay-Delta Restoration...................    18
                                                                     77
        Policy and Administration..........................    19
                                                                     77
        General Provisions.................................    19
                                                                     78
III. Department of Energy:
        Introduction.......................................
                                                                     79
        Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.............    22
                                                                     91
        Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability........    24
                                                                    105
        Nuclear Energy.....................................    24
                                                                    106
        Fossil Energy Research and Development.............    25
                                                                    110
        Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves.............    28
                                                                    112
        Strategic Petroleum Reserve........................    29
                                                                    112
        Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve.................    29
                                                                    113
        Energy Information Administration..................    29
                                                                    113
        Non-Defense Environmental Management...............
                                                                    113
        Non-Defense Environmental Cleanup..................    29
                                                                    114
        Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and 
            Decommissioning Fund...........................    30
                                                                    115
        Science............................................    30
                                                                    115
        Advanced Research Projects Agency--Energy..........
                                                                    120
        Nuclear Waste Disposal.............................    31
                                                                    120
        Title 17--Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee 
            Program........................................    34
                                                                    121
        Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loans 
            Program........................................    35
                                                                    123
        Departmental Administration........................    35
                                                                    123
        Office of Inspector General........................    36
                                                                    125
        Atomic Energy Defense Activities:                      36
                                                                    126
        National Nuclear Security Administration:              36
                                                                    126
                Weapons Activities.........................    36
                                                                    127
                Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation...........    37
                                                                    134
                Naval Reactors.............................    38
                                                                    138
                Office of the Administrator................    38
                                                                    138
        Defense Environmental Management...................
                                                                    139
        Defense Environmental Cleanup......................    39
                                                                    141
        Other Defense Activities...........................    39
                                                                    143
        Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal.....................    40
                                                                    146
        Power Marketing Administrations:                       41
                                                                    146
                Bonneville Power Administration............    41
                                                                    147
                Southeastern Power Administration..........    41
                                                                    147
                Southwestern Power Administration..........    43
                                                                    147
                Western Power Administration...............    45
                                                                    148
                Falcon and Amistad Operating and 
                    Maintenance Fund.......................    47
                                                                    149
        Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...............    48
                                                                    149
        Committee Recommendation...........................
                                                                    149
        General Provisions.................................    49
                                                                    195
IV. Independent Agencies:
        Appalachian Regional Commission....................    58
                                                                    196
        Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board............    59
                                                                    196
        Delta Regional Authority...........................    59
                                                                    196
        Denali Commission..................................    59
                                                                    197
        Northern Border Regional Commission................    60
                                                                    197
        Southeast Crescent Regional Commission.............    60
                                                                    198
        Nuclear Regulatory Commission......................    60
                                                                    198
        Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board...............    61
                                                                    200
        Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas 
            Transportation Projects........................    62
                                                                    200
        Tennessee Valley Authority.........................
                                                                    201
V. General Provisions:                                         62
                                                                    201
House of Representatives Report Requirements
                                                                    202

                Summary of Estimates and Recommendations

    The Committee has considered budget estimates, which are 
contained in the Budget of the United States Government, 2010. 
The following table summarizes appropriations for fiscal year 
2009, the budget estimates, and amounts recommended in the bill 
for fiscal year 2010.
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                              Introduction

    The Energy and Water Development Appropriations bill for 
fiscal year 2010 totals $33,307,000,000, a decrease of 
$1,086,709,000 from the President's budget request, and 
$46,000,000 above the amount appropriated in fiscal year 2009, 
excluding emergency appropriations.
    Title I of the bill provides $5,541,025,000 for the 
programs of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, an increase of 
$416,025,000 from the budget request, and $138,660,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, excluding emergency 
spending. The fiscal year 2010 budget request for the Corps of 
Engineers totals $5,125,000,000 which is composed entirely of 
new budget authority.
    Title II provides $1,079,809,000 for the Department of 
Interior and the Bureau of Reclamation, an increase of 
$17,122,000 from the budget request, and $37,929,000 below the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, excluding emergency 
appropriations. The Committee recommends $1,037,805,000 for the 
Bureau of Reclamation, $17,122,000 above the budget request and 
$37,933,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level excluding 
emergency appropriations. The Committee recommends $42,004,000 
for the Central Utah Project, including $1,500,000 for deposit 
into the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Account, 
both the same as the budget request.
    Title III provides $26,878,850,000 for the Department of 
Energy, a decrease of $1,527,856,000 from the budget request, 
and $85,849,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
excluding emergency spending. The Committee recommends funding 
for renewable energy and energy efficiency programs at 
$2,250,000,000; nuclear energy programs at $812,000,000; and 
$4,943,587,000 for the Office of Science, an increase of 
$170,951,000 over the current year.
    Environmental management activities--non-defense 
environmental cleanup, uranium enrichment decontamination and 
decommissioning, and defense environmental cleanup are funded 
at $6,178,736,000, a decrease of $275,836,000 from the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and an increase of $86,011,000 from the 
budget request.
    The Committee recommends $98,400,000 for Nuclear Waste 
Disposal and $98,400,000 for Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal, 
for a total of $196,800,000 for the Yucca Mountain repository, 
the same as the request. Included in this amount is $5,000,000, 
as requested, for a Blue Ribbon Commission to review 
alternative options for nuclear waste disposal.
    Funding for the National Nuclear Security Administration 
(NNSA), which includes nuclear weapons activities, defense 
nuclear nonproliferation, naval reactors, and the Office of the 
NNSA Administrator, is $9,215,062,000, a decrease of 
$729,965,000 from the request, and an increase of $85,468,000 
from fiscal year 2009. The Committee recommendation includes 
$6,320,000,000 for Weapons Activities, a decrease of 
$60,000,000 from the current year and $64,431,000 below the 
budget request.
    Funding for the Power Marketing Administrations is provided 
at the requested levels.
    Title IV provides $320,316,000 for several independent 
agencies, $1,000,000 above the budget request, and $12,420,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The requested funding 
is provided for the Appalachian Regional Commission, the Delta 
Regional Authority, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Inspector 
General, the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board, the Denali 
Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Office of the 
Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation 
Projects. In addition, $500,000 is provided for the Northern 
Border Regional Commission as well as the Southeast Crescent 
Regional Commission. No funds are provided for the Office of 
Inspector General for the Tennessee Valley Authority.

                     FUNDING TO ADDRESS FUEL PRICES

    For fiscal year 2010, the Energy and Water Development 
appropriation includes nearly $1,000,000,000 to contribute to 
lasting solutions for addressing rising fuel prices. This 
funding, in addition to investments made through the American 
Recovery and Reinvestment Act, provides for research, 
development, demonstration, and deployment of energy 
technologies that increase vehicle efficiency, advance new 
alternative fuel technologies, and help the nation reduce its 
dependence on petroleum-based fuels. While funding through 
these appropriations will not reduce vehicle fuel prices 
immediately, these funds are provided to improve vehicle 
technologies and advance alternative fuels such as next-
generation biofuels. On a five- to ten-year timescale, these 
investments should reduce demand for oil, increase supplies of 
alternative motor fuels, and make American consumers and 
businesses less dependent on fluctuating prices for fuel from 
foreign sources.
    Activities at the Energy Department will improve the fuel 
economy of vehicles sold during the next decade. The Vehicle 
Technologies Program in the Office of Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy will improve the energy efficiency of 
conventional vehicles through advancements in combustion 
engines and other vehicle components. The program seeks 
technology breakthroughs that will greatly reduce petroleum use 
by automobiles and trucks of all sizes, through research and 
development of lightweight materials, internal combustion 
engine efficiency, electronic power controls, and other vehicle 
components.
    The transportation sector is poised to become increasingly 
electrified through technologies such as plug-in hybrid 
electric vehicles. Efforts at the Department will remove market 
barriers and accelerate this transition by reducing energy 
demand and increasing the supply of clean electricity with 
reduced dependence on petroleum-based fuel. The Committee also 
continues funding for research and development (R&D) of hybrid 
and electric vehicle technologies, and continues grant programs 
intended to support the development of domestic capabilities to 
manufacture advanced technology vehicles. Further, the 
Administration proposes, and the Committee supports, a major 
increase from the fiscal year 2009 level to the Office of 
Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability to conduct research 
and development for new electricity transmission and 
distribution technologies. These novel technologies will 
increase grid efficiency and ultimately enable the large-scale 
deployment of grid-connected vehicles that can both charge 
their batteries using electricity from clean generation 
sources, and deliver energy back to the grid during daytime 
hours when electricity is needed most.
    The Committee also provides funding for reducing the 
nation's oil dependence by increasing the production of next-
generation alternative fuels that work with existing 
infrastructure. The research funded at the Department of Energy 
ranges from basic work to map the genomes of microorganisms 
that digest cellulose, to applied work testing the efficiency 
of existing vehicles with a variety of ethanol blends. Biomass 
and Biorefinery Systems R&D conducts research, development and 
technology validation on advanced technologies that will enable 
future biorefineries to convert cellulosic biomass to fuels, 
chemicals, heat and power. The program focuses on reducing 
processing energy requirements and production costs in biomass 
processing plants and future integrated industrial 
biorefineries. Activities within the Biological and 
Environmental Research program of the Office of Science include 
basic research to understand how microorganisms efficiently 
convert cellulose to sugars.
    Finally, while the Administration's request eliminates 
funding for hydrogen transportation research and development 
programs previously funded under the Hydrogen Technologies 
program, the Committee recognizes hydrogen fuels as one of 
several technologies that have the potential to significantly 
reduce the transportation sector's dependence on gasoline. The 
Committee believes that all viable options should be considered 
and supported, and maintains funding for hydrogen 
transportation systems within the Vehicle Technologies Program.
    The broad spectrum of activities at the Department of 
Energy supported by the Committee aims to reduce our nation's 
vulnerability to high fuel prices in the next decade, and to 
transition the transportation sector to next-generation 
technologies that can substantially reduce the American 
economy's dependence on foreign oil.

                         HYDROPOWER INVESTMENTS

    As energy security and issues of global climate change are 
becoming increasingly important to the decisions made regarding 
infrastructure investment, the nation's hydropower facilities 
must be considered.
    Hydropower improvements at existing facilities provide a 
reliable, efficient, domestic, emission-free source of 
renewable energy. Hydropower plants have, without question, 
changed the natural river environment. However, with some 
exceptions, the environmental damages of existing dams are 
largely complete, and further investment in modern turbines can 
have the benefit of improving existing water quality and fish 
passage issues in addition to increasing generation efficiency 
and capacity. The Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of 
Reclamation must continue to focus on minimizing the negative 
impacts to the environment, while maximizing the use of 
existing infrastructure. Beyond generation capacity, hydropower 
benefits also include the flexibility to meet peak power 
demands, the displacement of additional thermal plants and 
their carbon emissions, and ancillary services such as voltage 
stability of the transmission system and system restoration 
after black-outs.
    Following a requirement in the Energy Policy Act of 2005 
(EPAct), the Department of Interior, the Federal Power 
Marketing Administrations and the Department of the Army, which 
the Corps represented, completed a study of additional 
hydropower potential at existing facilities. In this study, 
more than 1,200 megawatts (MW) of potential capacity were 
identified through the development of sites at existing 
facilities--approximately 900 MW for the Corps and 300 MW for 
the Bureau of Reclamation. Further, the study identified nearly 
1,300 megawatts of additional capacity through refurbishments 
at existing Corps and Bureau sites.
    Further, with the emergence of new hydropower technologies 
such as hydrokinetics, which were not investigated in the EPAct 
report, it is estimated that an additional 200-300 MW of 
capacity could be achieved. With this additional capacity 
operating at about 55 percent plant factor, some 7.2 million 
megawatt-hours of energy could be generated annually, enough 
energy to avoid using 4.2 million barrels of oil, or burning 
approximately 1 million metric tons of coal, and emitting 746 
million kilograms (825,000 tons) of atmospheric carbon 
emissions.
    The Committee encourages the Administration to pursue these 
investments and provide a report outlining a five to ten year 
investment program to realize this additional generation 
capacity. Further, the Department of Energy is directed to 
conduct an assessment of existing conventional hydropower at 
sites not owned by Federal entities, and to report on 
strategies to encourage owners to invest in any identified 
upgrades.

               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 $1.8 billion. In addition, 
over $2.5 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.

                                TITLE I


                      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE--CIVIL


                         Department of the Army


                       Corps of Engineers--Civil


                              INTRODUCTION

    The Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act funds 
the Civil Works component of the Army Corps of Engineers, which 
encompasses approximately 23,000 civilians and 190 military 
personnel. Army involvement in works of civil nature dates back 
to the origins of the nation. Over the years, the Corps Civil 
Works mission has adapted to accommodate changing societal 
needs and values. A brief legislative history and the major 
mission areas of the Corps have been included in past Energy 
and Water Development reports.

                       WATER RESOURCE INVESTMENT

    The Administration's request for the Corps of Engineers is 
the most robust of any in the history of the Corps. While the 
Committee continues to believe that the budget level is 
inadequate to meet the existing needs of the nation, the level 
requested by this Administration is far better than past 
requests. Congress included $4,500,000,000 for the Corps of 
Engineers in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the 
Committee recommends additional resources in the fiscal year 
2010 bill to address the nation's water resource investment 
needs. The budget request and the Committee recommendation 
recognize the increasing cost of aging infrastructure through 
significantly increasing the funding level for operation and 
maintenance of existing projects.
    The Committee is concerned that the fiscal year 2010 budget 
request reduces the budget for navigation from 40 to 34 percent 
of the total budget request. As our national discussion on 
energy and carbon emissions moves forward, the carbon footprint 
of different transportation modes and the methods by which we 
generate our electricity must be considered. Our national 
waterways are an efficient mode of transportation from both a 
carbon emission and fuel consumption standpoint. While the 
determination of exactly which navigation channels and harbors 
provide the best investment may not be universally agreed upon, 
a subset that is economically important for the nation and the 
regions in which they reside should be more easily arrived at 
by all parties. The Committee encourages the Administration to 
reevaluate the navigation business line in light of the current 
discussion on the economy, energy and climate.
    The most immediate navigation need is addressing the 
insolvency of the Inland Waterways Trust Fund (IWTF). If the 
revenue stream is not addressed, the level of investment must 
be adjusted to the available resources--resulting in increased 
costs to existing projects as they are suspended, as well as 
the deferral of new projects in need of recapitalization. The 
budget request includes a legislative proposal regarding the 
IWTF and has not budgeted beyond the Trust Fund's current 
revenue stream.
    Deep draft navigation requires attention on several fronts. 
The nation is continuing the ``race to the bottom'' as post-
Panamax vessels become more prevalent in the industry and 
Canadian and Mexican ports threaten to garner larger market 
shares of cargo. This requires a national examination of which 
ports should be deepened to accommodate these vessels and the 
economic impact of those investments. The Harbor Maintenance 
Trust Fund currently carries significant balances of more than 
$4.5 billion, that if utilized could help realize significant 
economic efficiencies in our marine transportation system.
    While the Committee supports additional investment in 
waterborne transportation, investment decisions must also 
address the environmental consequences of our ports, harbors 
and navigation channels. To this end, it may be time to revisit 
the policy of least-cost dredge material disposal. 
Consideration of this change in policy may lead to more 
projects that include environmentally beneficial elements 
rather than projects that are simply acceptable in terms of 
mitigation of environmental impacts.
    Finally, as outlined in the introduction to this report, 
the Committee believes that additional investment in existing 
federal hydropower facilities is desirable, and is encouraged 
by the Administration's proposal to begin a nationwide 
evaluation of hydropower rehabilitation. The Committee directs 
the Corps of Engineers to provide a five to ten year plan to 
invest in facility upgrades that will provide additional 
generating capacity in an environmentally benign manner.

                    FISCAL YEAR 2010 BUDGET OVERVIEW

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request for the Corps of 
Engineers totals $5,125,000,000, $277,365,000 below the funding 
level enacted in fiscal year 2009, excluding emergency 
appropriations. As in previous years, the bulk of this proposed 
reduction is in the Construction account and would, if enacted, 
significantly undermine the provision of new water resource 
infrastructure.
    The budget proposal for the Investigations account is 
$100,000,000, $68,100,000 below fiscal year 2009 levels. The 
Administration proposes $50,583,000 for 66 studies to address 
water resource issues in cooperation with local sponsors. 
Within this funding, $25,000,000 is for one study, the 
Louisiana Coastal Area Ecosystem Restoration. The budget 
proposes funding for three new studies and two new activities.
    The proposed fiscal year 2010 Construction program is 
$1,718,000,000. The Construction program continues a 
performance-based structure to guide the allocation of funding 
construction projects. Flood and storm damage reduction, 
navigation and hydropower projects are ranked by their Benefit-
to-Cost Ratio. Aquatic ecosystem restoration projects are 
ranked on how cost-effective they are in helping restore a 
regionally or nationally significant ecosystem that has become 
degraded as a result of a Civil Works project or a restoration 
effort that requires the Corps' expertise in rehabilitating an 
aquatic regime.
    Significantly, the budget request includes funding both for 
construction of coastal projects to reduce storm damage and for 
periodic renourishment of such projects, a change in 
Administration policy the Committee strongly supports. The 
proposed projects also include 10 dam safety assurance, seepage 
control and static instability correction projects and nine 
projects justified based on life-saving benefits. The budget 
request proposes five new start projects for a total of 
$44,000,000 and two new start activities totaling $48,510,000. 
Finally, the budget proposes funding to complete eight 
projects.
    The budget request includes a legislative proposal to 
authorize a lock usage fee for the Inland Waterways Trust Fund, 
which would replace the diesel fuel tax now paid by most 
commercial users of the inland and intracoastal waterways. The 
proposal is intended to address the declining balance in the 
Trust Fund and align the costs that commercial users pay with 
the associated capital investments.
    The proposed funding for the Operations and Maintenance 
account is $2,504,000,000, a significant increase of 
$255,033,000, after adjusting for $47,067,000 in activities 
previously funded in the Construction account. The budget 
request includes five new activities.
    The request for the Mississippi River and Tributaries 
account is $248,000,000, a reduction of $135,823,000 from 
fiscal year 2009 enacted levels.
    The Administration requests $134,000,000 for the Formerly 
Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, a reduction of 
$6,000,000 from current year levels.
    The budget request for Flood Control and Coastal 
Emergencies account is $41,000,000, an increase of the same 
amount from current year levels.
    The budget request for the Regulatory account is 
$190,000,000, an increase of $7,000,000 above current year 
levels.
    Expenses and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the 
Army (Civil Works) are requested at $184,000,000 and 
$6,000,000, an increase of $4,635,000 and $1,500,000, 
respectively.

                  FISCAL YEAR 2010 BUDGET PRESENTATION

    The Committee received the Corps of Engineers' detailed 
budget documents on June 10, 2009, a full three weeks after a 
detailed budget was submitted by the President. Prior to that 
time, the Committee was forced to rely on the budget appendix, 
a project list and the short summary released with the budget 
blueprint in order to evaluate the Administration's request of 
over $5,000,000,000 of taxpayer funds. The Committee is 
disappointed in this lack of transparency in the budgeting 
process. In the context of the Administration insisting that 
the Committee and Members of Congress provide more transparency 
on congressional priorities, this failure is inexplicable.
    The Committee has included a provision requiring the 
submission of detailed project justifications concurrent with 
the submission of the budget appendix for fiscal year 2011. The 
Committee expects that the budget submission for fiscal year 
2011 will be provided in a timely manner and will address not 
only projects included in the budget request but detailed 
information on all projects funded in fiscal year 2010.

                    FIVE-YEAR COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING

    The Committee over the years has encouraged the 
Administration to provide five-year investment plans for all 
the agencies within the Energy and Water jurisdiction, 
particularly the Corps of Engineers, and remains hopeful that 
the Administration will not continue the past practice of 
resisting a five-year plan that is based on realistic 
assumptions of project funding needs. It is the Committee's 
hope that once projects are initiated, the Administration will 
request responsible annual funding levels for them through 
completion.
    The executive branch has traditionally been unwilling to 
project five-year horizons for projects they do not support 
through the budget process. This leaves a considerable 
percentage of Corps funding that relies upon congressional 
direction and a year-to-year horizon for planning purposes. It 
would be beneficial for Congress, the Administration, and 
project partners to have a comprehensive plan to outline 
requirements for all projects that receive an appropriation. 
The Committee would welcome a dialogue to reach a mutually 
agreeable way to comprehensively plan for all ongoing projects.

               CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTION AND REPROGRAMMING

    To ensure that the expenditure of funds in fiscal year 2010 
is consistent with congressional direction, to minimize the 
movement of funds and to improve overall budget execution, the 
bill incorporates by reference the projects and direction 
identified in the report accompanying this Act into statute. 
Further, the bill carries a legislative provision outlining the 
circumstances under which the Corps of Engineers may reprogram 
funds.

                               NEW STARTS

    The passage of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) 
of 2007 continues to present the Committee with the challenge 
of seven years of pent-up demand for new water resource 
projects. While the Committee supports a move to a new 
generation of projects that address the challenges faced by 
local communities, there remain many projects authorized prior 
to WRDA 2007 that have yet to receive funding. In recognition 
of this need, the Committee provides funding for a limited 
number of new starts. The Committee includes the five new start 
Construction projects and the seven new activities in the 
Investigations and Operation and Maintenance accounts as 
proposed by the Administration, as well as 20 new projects not 
requested by the Administration. The Committee also limits the 
Corps ability to start two new construction activities, until 
certain reporting requirements are met. All new starts are 
provided $100,000 regardless of their phase; the projects may 
compete for additional funding in future years.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends a total of $5,541,025,000 for the 
Corps of Engineers, an increase of $416,025,000 from the 
request and an increase of $138,660,000 from fiscal year 2009 
enacted levels. The Committee provides these additional 
resources to partially address the regional disparities that 
were evident in the allocations from the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act.
    Due to the Administration's failure to submit the necessary 
budget justifications in a timely manner, the funding 
recommendations made in this bill rely primarily upon past 
justifications and other ad hoc documents rather than a 
complete explanation of the funding decisions made by the 
Administration.
    A table summarizing the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
appropriation, the fiscal year 2010 budget request, and the 
Committee recommended levels is provided below:

                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Account                          FY 2009 enacted     FY 2010 request        Commitee
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Investigations.......................................           $168,100           $100,000            $142,000
    Emergency appropriations1........................             25,000                 --                  --
Construction.........................................          2,141,677          1,718,000           2,122,679
    Emergency appropriations1........................          2,000,000                 --                  --
    Emergency appropriations2........................          2,835,000                 --                  --
Mississippi River and tributaries....................            383,823            248,000             251,375
    Emergency appropriations1........................            375,000                 --                  --
Operation and Maintenance............................          2,201,900          2,504,000           2,510,971
    Emergency appropriations1........................          2,075,000                 --                  --
Regulatory program...................................            183,000            190,000             190,000
    Emergency appropriations1........................             25,000                 --                  --
FUSRAP...............................................            140,000            134,000             134,000
    Emergency appropriations1........................            100,000                 --                  --
Flood control and coastal emergencies................                 --             41,000                  --
    Emergency appropriations2........................          2,926,000                 --                  --
Expenses.............................................            179,365            184,000             184,000
Office of Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil                   4,500              6,000               6,000
 Works)..............................................
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
        Total, Corps of Engineers....................         15,763,365          5,125,000           5,541,025
        Appropriations...............................          5,402,365         (5,125,000)         (5,541,025)
            Emergency appropriations1................         10,361,000                (--)                (--) 
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1Emergency appropriations P.L. 111-5.
2Emergency appropriations P.L. 110-252.

                             Investigations


                    (INCLUDING RESCISSION OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $168,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       100,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       142,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -26,100,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       +42,000,000
 

    This appropriation funds studies to determine the need, the 
engineering and economic feasibility of, and the environmental 
and social suitability of solutions to water and related land 
resource problems; preconstruction engineering and design; data 
collection; interagency coordination; and research.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $142,000,000, 
$26,100,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, and 
$42,000,000 above the budget request.
    The budget request for this account and the approved 
Committee allowance are shown on the following table:

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                              Construction


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $2,141,677,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     1,718,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     2,122,679,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -18,998,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................      +404,679,000
 

    This appropriation funds construction, major 
rehabilitation, and related activities for water resource 
projects whose principal purpose is to provide for commercial 
navigation, flood and storm damage reduction, or aquatic 
ecosystem restoration benefits to the nation. Portions of this 
account are funded from the Harbor Maintenance Trust and the 
Inland Waterways Trust funds.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,122,679,000, $18,998,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
appropriation and $404,679,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee directs the Administration to report not 
later than March 31, 2010, on an updated detailed accounting of 
receipts into and obligations and expenditures from the Inland 
Waterways Trust Fund. The report shall include a list of 
priority projects eligible for additional funding, including 
the cost benefit ratio, life-safety information, total 
lifecycle cost remaining, and incremental information for each 
project.
    The budget request for this account and the approved 
Committee allowance are shown on the following table:

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    White River Navigation to Newport, Arkansas.--Within the 
funds provided, not less than half of the amount appropriated 
shall be used for determining feasibility of navigation from 
Newport to Batesville, Arkansas.
    Ozark-Jeta Taylor Powerhouse, Arkansas.--The Committee 
provides no funds for the completion of this project given its 
understanding that the funds necessary to meet the existing 
contractual obligations will be provided through Recovery Act 
funding.
    Palm Beach County, Florida.--Within the funds provided for 
this project, $50,000 shall be for the Delray Beach segment and 
$1,150,000 for the Boca Raton segment.
    South Florida Ecosystem Restoration, Florida.--The 
Committee provides $210,239,000 for this important restoration 
project. While the amount is a reduction from the request, it 
is $80,000,000 more than the next largest project in the 
Construction account. Since 2000, Energy and Water Development 
appropriations have provided more than $1,300,000,000 to this 
project, roughly twice the amount appropriated for the Olmstead 
Lock and Dam project, the next largest project currently under 
construction. The Committee provides for all but one element of 
the project as requested by the Administration, despite the 
fact that the budget proposes to initiate two construction 
projects totaling nearly $500,000,000. The Committee continues 
its historic support for this project; however, it believes 
that more comprehensive reporting is required in order to 
exercise accountability over a project of this scope and 
magnitude. Therefore, the Corps shall provide the House 
Appropriations Committee, within 30 days of enactment of this 
Act, a comprehensive plan for all elements of the Everglades 
Restoration outlining all existing authorized activities and 
projects, their estimated cost, funding requirements and 
completion schedule. Upon provision of this report, the Corps 
may obligate funding on new elements of the project. Further, 
no funds are provided for the Modified Waters Delivery project. 
This project should remain funded within the Interior 
Department.
    Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, Illinois.--The Committee 
is concerned about the threat that harmful invasive species, 
such as the Asian Carp, pose to the Great Lakes ecosystem. The 
Committee is aware that the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal 
Second Dispersal Barrier is not yet operating at maximum 
capacity and that the voltage could be increased to provide 
maximum effectiveness. The Corps is directed to initiate safety 
testing of the Second Barrier at operational strength of up to 
4 volts per inch, in coordination with the Coast Guard, within 
180 days of enactment of this Act.
    Muddy River, Boston and Brookline, Massachusetts.--Funding 
is included to continue project design and construction, 
including ecosystem restoration features.
    Sault Ste. Marie (Replacement Lock), Michigan.--The Corps 
has identified billions of dollars in annual savings through 
commerce on the Great Lakes and through the St. Lawrence 
Seaway, commerce that would be devastated if a failure of the 
existing, aging infrastructure were to occur. The Omnibus 
Appropriations Act of 2009 (P.L. 111-8), included $17 million 
to begin construction of a second Poe-sized lock at Sault St. 
Marie, Michigan. The Committee is deeply concerned that despite 
Congressional support for the project, despite the support of 
the states in the region, and despite the fact that the Army 
Corps of Engineers recognizes the Soo Locks as the ``single 
point of failure'' that can cripple Great Lakes shipping, the 
Administration has failed to include funding for a second large 
lock, either under the authorities provided in the American 
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), or in its budget request 
funding for fiscal year 2010.
    Further, the Committee notes that the Corps included just 
$94 million under ARRA for projects in the Great Lakes region, 
just 2% of the national total, despite the facts that the Soo 
Lock project is shovel ready, Michigan has the highest level of 
unemployment in the country and the entire region is struggling 
with the restructuring of a core industry, the automobile 
industry. Further, the Committee notes that despite ignoring 
this vitally-important investment in the regional economy, the 
Corps is apparently moving ahead on a groundbreaking event for 
the project.
    The Committee shares the concerns in the region that there 
is a disturbing disconnect between the growing maritime 
infrastructure needs and the Administration's and the Corps' 
shrinking understanding of those needs and expects them to be 
ready to address this in the fiscal year 2011 budget.
    Rural Nevada, Environmental Infrastructure, Nevada.--The 
Committee has included $3,000,000 for this project. Within the 
funds provided, the Corps should give consideration to projects 
at North Lemmon Valley and City of Fernely. Other communities 
that meet the program criteria should be considered as funding 
allows.
    Levisa and Tug Forks and Upper Cumberland River, West 
Virginia, Virginia & Kentucky.--Of the funds appropriated for 
this project, not less than $3,000,000 shall be designated for 
the Town of Martin element.
    Continuing Authorities Program (CAP).--This program 
continues to be a source of concern to the Committee. While the 
Corps continues to make process and program improvements, the 
program remains significantly oversubscribed. After three years 
of significant funding and limits on new projects, the backlog 
has nonetheless increased, according to data supplied by the 
Corps of Engineers. The table below, by CAP authority, provides 
a summary of the current backlog. For a program that receives 
approximately $120,000,000 per year, the scope of the backlog 
is staggering.

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                                                                                                   FY10-FY15
               Section                 Project fed cost   Allocations thru     Allocations         obligation
                                                                FY08           planned FY09        capability
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14..................................        $82,483,767        $35,882,936         $8,421,654        $38,179,177
103.................................         64,644,200         20,589,876          3,979,324         40,075,000
107.................................        154,626,756         46,897,949          4,162,794        103,566,013
111.................................         52,113,000          5,145,800            118,000         46,849,200
204.................................         36,333,500          7,495,518          5,025,400         23,812,582
205.................................        579,947,619        203,968,755         17,724,842        358,254,022
206.................................        515,795,612        146,618,577         25,982,843        343,194,192
208.................................            770,000            245,700            193,000            331,300
1135................................        309,138,594        130,668,887          9,130,890        169,338,817
                                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Totals........................      1,795,853,048        597,513,998         74,738,747      1,123,600,303
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    In fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommendation does not 
specify funding for any CAP project, in recognition of the 
dynamic nature of the program. No projects, whether requested 
by the Administration or Members of Congress, are listed for 
the Section 14 program. This funding is intended for emergency 
streambank protection of public facilities and, as such, shall 
be distributed on the basis of urgency. For fiscal year 2011, 
it is the Committee's intention to discontinue listing projects 
for the Continuing Authorities Program, except for the purposes 
of initiating a new project.
    This in no measure relieves the Corps from judicious 
management of this program. The Corps must manage this program 
to realize economic and environmental benefits to the nation. 
Should the Corps return to past practices of inattention and 
benign neglect, the Committee will quickly reconsider this 
position and begin once again specifying priorities for the 
program. Due to the quickly changing circumstances of the 
individual projects, this would not be the ideal solution--it 
is the Corps' responsibility to convince the Committee that 
proper management and decision-making is in place that will 
ensure taxpayer funds are spent wisely and with results.
    The preceding table includes a list of projects designated 
by Congress for fiscal year 2010 funding. The Corps may 
allocate funds to other, active projects after the funding for 
named projects is addressed. Under no circumstances shall the 
Corps initiate new projects in Section 205, 206 or 1135. New 
projects may be initiated in the remaining sections after an 
assessment is made that such projects can be funded over time 
based on historical averages of the appropriation for that 
section and after approval by the House and Senate Committees 
on Appropriations. The Corps shall prioritize the projects 
based on the following criteria:
    Priorities for Design and Implementation (D&I) Phase:
          1. D&I work for continuing projects that have 
        executed Project Cooperation Agreements (PCAs).
          2. D&I funding for projects approved by Corps 
        Headquarters to execute a PCA.
          3. D&I work which does not require executed 
        agreements (e.g. continuing or pre-PCA design) for 
        ongoing projects.
          4. D&I funding for projects with approved Feasibility 
        Reports moving into D&I.
    Priorities for Feasibility Phase:
          1. Feasibility phase funding for projects with 
        executed Feasibility Cost Sharing Agreements (FCSAs).
          2. Feasibility phase funding for projects approved by 
        Corps Headquarters to execute a FCSA.
          3. Feasibility phase work which does not require a 
        FCSA for ongoing projects.
          4. Feasibility phase funding for initiations or 
        restarts.
    Within the last-funded priority level within the D&I and 
Feasibility phases, if the projects qualifying for funding 
exceed the available funding, funds shall be allocated based on 
project outputs and the non-Federal sponsor's ability to meet 
local obligations.
    Remaining funds, if any, may be allocated to additional 
projects in accordance with the aforementioned priorities, 
except that all funds for Section 14 projects shall be 
allocated to the most urgently needed projects.
    The Corps is directed to maintain a split of approximately 
80-20 percent between the Design and Implementation phase and 
the Feasibility phase within each authority. This split should 
be considered a guideline only, as there may be specific 
circumstances that require a slightly different weighting.
    Dam Safety and Seepage/Stability Correction Program.--The 
Committee supports the Administration's request for this 
program to provide for studies and modification of completed 
Corps dams, including Isabella Dam. The Committee encourages 
the Corps to continue its risk-based approach to evaluate and 
address these facilities.

                   Mississippi River and Tributaries


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $383,823,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       248,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       251,375,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      -132,448,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................        +3,375,000
 

    This appropriation funds planning, construction, and 
operation and maintenance activities associated with projects 
to reduce flood damage in the lower Mississippi River alluvial 
valley below Cape Girardeau, Missouri.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $251,375,000, 
$132,448,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$3,375,000 above the budget request.
    The budget request for this account and the approved 
Committee allowance are shown on the following table:

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                       Operation and Maintenance


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $2,201,900,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     2,504,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     2,510,971,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      +309,071,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................        +6,971,000
 

    This appropriation funds operation, maintenance, and 
related activities at the water resource projects that the 
Corps of Engineers operates and maintains. Work to be 
accomplished consists of dredging, repair, and operation of 
structures and other facilities as authorized in various River 
and Harbor, Flood Control, and Water Resources Development 
Acts. Related activities include aquatic plant control, 
monitoring of completed projects, removal of sunken vessels, 
and the collection of domestic waterborne commerce statistics. 
Portions of this account are financed through the Harbor 
Maintenance Trust Fund.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$2,510,971,000, $309,071,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and $6,971,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee is concerned that the Los Angeles District of 
the Corps of Engineers has no standards or tools specifically 
for its emergency response operations or for day-to-day asset 
management. While the Corps' current capability can produce and 
share pictorial representations of a hazard, it cannot readily 
produce actionable assessment and response information. The 
Committee directs the Corps to evaluate the need for a system 
with a common operating picture of district assets and 
emergency incident information that Corps district managers and 
staff can leverage, manage and share within the emergency 
management, business continuity, Federal, state and local 
defense and homeland security communities. The system should 
have the capability to visualize, analyze and share assessments 
of the consequences of a variety of hazards, and to provide 
effective day-to-day asset management and emergency response. 
The Corps shall report to the Committee not later than August 
1, 2009, on the need for such a system and, if necessary, the 
resources needed to develop a prototype.
    The budget request for this account and the approved 
Committee allowance are shown on the following table:

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    Apalachicola, Chattachoochee and Flint Rivers, Georgia, 
Alabama & Florida.--The Corps of Engineers is directed to 
provide a report to the House Appropriations Committee within 
90 days of enactment of this Act outlining a study plan to 
comprehensively examine the results of the National Research 
Council's ``Summary of a Workshop on Water Issues in the 
Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint and Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa 
(ACR-ACT) River Basins'' as they relate to the ACF basin. The 
report should provide estimates of funding needs as well as 
additional authorization requirements to execute such a study. 
The report shall also outline how these efforts would 
integrate, complement, or conflict with ongoing Corps of 
Engineers activities within the basin.

                           Regulatory Program


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $183,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       190,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       190,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +7,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    This appropriation provides funds to administer laws 
pertaining to regulation of activities affecting U.S. waters, 
including wetlands, in accordance with the Rivers and Harbors 
Appropriation Act of 1899, the Clean Water Act, and the Marine 
Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972. Appropriated 
funds are used to review and process permit applications, 
ensure compliance on permitted sites, protect important aquatic 
resources, and support watershed planning efforts in sensitive 
environmental areas in cooperation with States and local 
communities.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $190,000,000, 
the same as the request and $7,000,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level.

        Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP)


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $140,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       134,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       134,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        -6,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    This appropriation funds the cleanup of certain low-level 
radioactive materials and mixed wastes, located mostly at sites 
contaminated as a result of the Nation's early efforts to 
develop atomic weapons.
    Congress transferred FUSRAP from the Department of Energy 
(DOE) to the Corps of Engineers in fiscal year 1998. In 
appropriating FUSRAP funds to the Corps of Engineers, the 
Committee intended to transfer only the responsibility for 
administration and execution of cleanup activities at FUSRAP 
sites where DOE had not completed cleanup. The Committee did 
not transfer to the Corps ownership of and accountability for 
real property interests, which remain with DOE. The Committee 
expects DOE to continue to provide its institutional knowledge 
and expertise to serve the Nation and the affected communities 
to ensure the success of this program.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $134,000,000, 
the same as the request, and $6,000,000 below the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level. The Committee continues to support the 
prioritization of sites, especially those that are nearing 
completion. The Secretary of the Army shall submit a report not 
later than 120 days after enactment of this Act to the 
Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives 
and the Senate detailing the progress of cleanup of the former 
Sylvania nuclear fuel site in Hicksville, New York.

                 Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................                --
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       $41,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................                --
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................                --
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -41,000,000
 

    This appropriation funds the planning, training, exercises, 
and other measures that ensure the readiness of the Corps to 
respond to floods, hurricanes, and other natural disasters, and 
to support emergency operations in response to such natural 
disasters, including advance measures, flood fighting, 
emergency operations, the provision of potable water on an 
emergency basis, and the repair of certain flood and storm 
damage reduction projects. The requested amount is the base 
funding necessary for preparedness activities.
    The Committee recommends no funds for this account, 
$41,000,000 below the budget request and the same as the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level. Funding for this purpose has been 
provided in the fiscal year 2009 Supplemental Appropriations 
Act (H.R. 2346).

                                Expenses


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $179,365,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       184,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       184,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +4,635,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    This appropriation funds the executive direction and 
management of the Office of the Chief of Engineers, the 
Division Offices, and certain research and statistical 
functions of the Corps of Engineers.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $184,000,000, 
$4,635,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the 
same as the budget request.
    The bill carries language requiring the Chief of Engineers 
to provide the detailed budget justifications for the Corps of 
Engineers concurrently with the President's budget submission.

      Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works)


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $4,500,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         6,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         6,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................         1,500,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) oversees 
Civil Works budget and policy whereas the Corps' executive 
direction and management of the Civil Works program are funded 
from the Expenses account.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $6,000,000, 
$1,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the 
same as the budget request.

                        Administrative Provision

    The bill includes an administrative provision allowing for 
the purchase or hire of passenger motor vehicles.

                           General Provisions


                       CORPS OF ENGINEERS--CIVIL

    Reprogramming Restriction.--Section 101 prohibits the 
obligation or expenditure of funds through a reprogramming of 
funds in this title except in certain circumstances.
    Competitive Sourcing.--Section 102 prohibits the use of 
funds for any A-76 or HPO study.
    Contract Modification.--Section 103 prohibits the use of 
funds in this Act to carry out any contract that commits funds 
beyond the amounts appropriated for that program, project, or 
activity.
    Inland Waterways Trust Fund.--Section 104 prohibits the 
award of continuing contracts for any project for which funds 
are derived from the Inland Waterways Trust Fund until such 
time as a long-term mechanism to enhance revenues sufficient to 
meet the cost-sharing requirements is enacted.
    Two Harbors, Minnesota.--Section 105 clarifies cost sharing 
requirements for the Two Harbor, Minnesota project.
    Northern Wisconsin.--Section 106 increases the total 
project limit for the Northern Wisconsin Environmental 
Assistance, Wisconsin project.
    Town of Martin, Kentucky.--Section 107 directs the Corps to 
proceed with the acquisition of flood damage reduction efforts 
under the Town of Martin Nonstructural Project Detailed Project 
Report, dated March 2000.
    White River Minimum Flow, Arkansas.--Section 108 modifies 
the terms of the White River Minimum Flow project.

                                TITLE II


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                          Central Utah Project


                CENTRAL UTAH PROJECT COMPLETION ACCOUNT

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $42,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        42,004,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        42,004,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................            +4,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Central Utah Project Completion Act (Titles II-VI of 
Public Law 102-575) provides for the completion of the Central 
Utah Project by the Central Utah Water Conservancy District. 
The Act also authorizes the appropriation of funds for fish, 
wildlife, and recreation mitigation and conservation; 
establishes an account in the Treasury for the deposit of these 
funds and of other contributions for mitigation and 
conservation activities; and establishes a Utah Reclamation 
Mitigation and Conservation Commission to administer funds in 
that account. The Act further assigns responsibilities for 
carrying out the Act to the Secretary of the Interior and 
prohibits delegation of those responsibilities to the Bureau of 
Reclamation.
    The Committee recommendation for fiscal year 2010 to carry 
out the Central Utah Project is $42,004,000, $4,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as the request. 
Within the funds recommended, the following amounts are 
provided for the Central Utah Valley Water Conservation 
District by activity, as requested in the budget request:

 
 
 
Utah Lake drainage basin delivery system..............       $30,800,000
Water conservation measures...........................         5,886,000
Other Title II programs...............................         1,000,000
                                                       -----------------
    Total, Central Utah water conservation district...        37,686,000
 

    The Committee recommendation includes the requested amount 
of $1,500,000 for deposit into the Utah Reclamation Mitigation 
and Conservation Account for use by the Utah Reclamation 
Mitigation and Conservation Commission. These funds, as 
proposed in the budget request, are to be used to implement the 
fish, wildlife, and recreation mitigation and conservation 
projects authorized in Title III of Public Law 102-575; and to 
complete mitigation measures committed to in pre-1992 Bureau of 
Reclamation planning documents, as follows:

 
 
 
Provo River/Utah Lake fish and wildlife...............          $445,600
Diamond Fork Fish and Wildlife........................            24,000
Duchesne/Strawberry Rivers fish and wildlife..........            62,400
CRSP/Statewide fish, wildlife and recreation..........           696,800
Section 201(a)(1) mitigation measures.................           271,200
                                                       -----------------
    Total, Utah Reclamation Mitigation and                     1,500,000
 Conservation Commission..............................
 

    For program oversight and administration, the Committee has 
provided $1,704,000, the same as the budget request and $64,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. For fish and wildlife 
conservation programs, the Committee has provided $1,114,000, 
the same level as the budget request and $41,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level.

                         Bureau of Reclamation


                    FISCAL YEAR 2010 BUDGET OVERVIEW

    The mission of the Bureau of Reclamation is to manage, 
develop, and protect water and related resources in an 
environmentally and economically sound manner in the interest 
of the American public. Since its establishment by the 
Reclamation Act of June 17, 1902, the Bureau of Reclamation has 
developed water supply facilities that have contributed to 
sustained economic growth and an enhanced quality of life in 
the western states. Lands and communities served by Reclamation 
projects have been developed to meet agricultural, tribal, 
urban, and industrial needs. The Bureau continues to develop 
authorized facilities to store and convey new water supplies 
and is the largest supplier and manager of water in the 17 
western states. The Bureau maintains 472 dams and 348 
reservoirs with the capacity to store 245 million acre-feet of 
water. These facilities deliver water to one of every five 
western farmers for about 10 million acres of irrigated land, 
and to over 31 million people for municipal, rural, and 
industrial uses. The Bureau is also the Nation's second largest 
producer of hydroelectric power, generating 42 billion kilowatt 
hours of energy each year from 58 power plants. In addition, 
its facilities provide substantial flood control, recreation, 
and fish and wildlife benefits.
    Despite significant past achievements, the Committee has 
historically been concerned that the Bureau of Reclamation has 
become a caretaker agency and is no longer exerting a 
leadership role in the provision of water supply or maintenance 
of the West's existing water supply infrastructure. Current 
projections of increasing needs and changing hydrology 
necessitate a Bureau that is a leader in the provision of water 
in the West. The investments made in the past are reaching 
their design life; municipal needs are growing and agricultural 
production must be protected. Balancing these competing 
priorities will be challenging and requires active 
participation and leadership on the part of the Bureau and its 
technical staff. The Committee hopes that the Secretary of the 
Interior and the Commissioner of Reclamation will take up this 
challenge by reinvigorating the structure and culture of the 
Bureau of Reclamation.
    The Committee recommendation totals $1,037,805,000 for the 
Bureau of Reclamation, $17,122,000 above the budget request and 
$37,933,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, excluding 
emergency appropriations.
    A table summarizing the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
appropriation, the fiscal year 2010 budget request, and the 
Committee recommendation is provided below.

                                               [Dollars in 1,000s]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        Account                           FY 2009 enacted    FY 2010 request       Cmte rec.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Water and related resources............................           $920,259           $893,125           $910,247
    Emergency appropriations\1\........................          1,000,000                  0                  0
Central Valley project restoration fund................             56,079             35,358             35,358
California Bay-Delta restoration.......................             40,000             31,000             31,000
Policy and administration..............................             59,400             61,200             61,200
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Bureau of Reclamation.....................          2,075,738          1,020,683          1,037,805
    Appropriations.....................................          1,075,738          1,020,683          1,037,805
    Emergency appropriations...........................          1,000,000                 --                 --
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\1\Emergency Appropriations P.L. 111-5.

                      Water and Related Resources


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................   \a\$920,259,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       893,125,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       910,247,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -10,012,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................      +17,122,000
 
\a\Excludes $1,000,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The Water and Related Resources account supports the 
development, management, and restoration of water and related 
natural resources in the 17 western states. The account 
includes funds for operating and maintaining existing 
facilities to obtain the greatest overall levels of benefits, 
to protect public safety, and to conduct studies on ways to 
improve the use of water and related natural resources.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$910,247,000, $17,122,000 above the budget request and 
$10,012,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level.
    The budget request for this account and the approved 
Committee allowance are shown on the following table:

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    Upgrades to Existing Hydropower Facilities.--To fulfill 
Section 1834 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Department 
of the Interior, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Power 
Marketing Administrations released a 2007 report assessing the 
potential for increases to electric power generation at 
existing federal facilities through upgrades and efficiency 
enhancements. The Committee encourages the Bureau of 
Reclamation to consider such upgrades at its existing 
facilities, as described in more detail in the Introduction 
section of this report.
    St. Mary Diversion Rehabilitation, Glacier County, 
Montana.--The Committee recommendation includes $3,000,000 for 
the St. Mary Diversion Rehabilitation project. The funding 
provided is for rehabilitation project elements currently 
authorized under the Bureau of Reclamation. Although this 
project was authorized for the Corps of Engineers in the 2007 
Water Resources Development Act, this project was originally 
constructed by the Bureau, and its rehabilitation should take 
place under the Bureau's auspices. As in the explanatory 
statement accompanying the fiscal year 2009 Omnibus 
Appropriations Act, should the project sponsors desire further 
improvements outside of existing authority under the Bureau of 
Reclamation, the Committee encourages the project sponsors to 
pursue the necessary authority for the Bureau to undertake this 
work.
    Rural Water Program.--The Committee notes that, for the 
first time, the Bureau includes at least a minimal level of 
funding for all Title I ongoing rural water projects. The 
Committee appreciates and supports this approach and encourages 
its continuation in future years.
    Water Reclamation and Reuse Program.--The Title XVI Water 
Reclamation and Reuse Program contributes to water conservation 
in the western United States by furthering efficient use and 
reuse of water supplies. The American Recovery and Reinvestment 
Act of 2009 directed no less than $126,000,000 to Title XVI 
projects, to be expended by the end of fiscal year 2010. At the 
time this Act was written, the Bureau had not yet publicly 
released their allocation of Recovery Act funding to individual 
Title XVI projects. The Committee is unable to recommend 
funding for individual Title XVI projects without knowledge of 
the Bureau's Recovery Act funding allocations. The Committee 
therefore provides $100,000 for each Title XVI project for the 
fiscal year 2010, pending the announcement of Recovery Act 
funding and accurate projections of project needs.
    Glen Canyon Dam.--The Committee continues to support the 
goals of the Grand Canyon Protection Act (GCPA) and the 
resulting duties placed upon the Bureau of Reclamation. 
However, the Committee is concerned that many of the procedural 
requirements in the GCPA and Charter for the Glen Canyon Dam 
Adaptive Management Work Group are being disregarded. The 
result appears to be that Federal responsibilities have been 
neglected and public transparency compromised. Specifically, 
the Committee strongly encourages that the Bureau of 
Reclamation, in cooperation and concurrence with the National 
Park Service, revisit the Operating Criteria for Glen Canyon 
Dam. The five-year review required by the Operating Criteria 
should be an open public process consistent with the GCPA and 
1997 Operating Criteria requirements (62 FR 9447-9448).

                Central Valley Project Restoration Fund


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $56,079,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        35,358,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        35,358,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -20,721,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    This fund was established to carry out the provisions of 
the Central Valley Project Improvement Act and to provide 
funding for habitat restoration, improvement and acquisition, 
and other fish and wildlife restoration activities in the 
Central Valley area of California. Resources are derived from 
donations, revenues from voluntary water transfers and tiered 
water pricing, and Friant Division surcharges. The account is 
also financed through additional mitigation and restoration 
payments collected on an annual basis from project 
beneficiaries.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $35,358,000, 
the same as the budget request and $20,721,000 below the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level. Within this amount, the Committee 
provides funding for programs and activities according to the 
Administration's request. The Committee notes that the 
reduction in the Bureau's request for this account does not 
represent an intent to reduce funding in future years, but 
rather meets an existing statutory requirement to limit the 
three year rolling average to no more than $50,000,000.

                    California Bay-Delta Restoration


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $40,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        31,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        31,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        -9,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The California Bay-Delta account funds the Federal share of 
water supply and reliability improvements, ecosystem 
improvements and other activities being developed for the 
Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and associated watersheds by a 
State and Federal partnership (CALFED). Federal participation 
in this program was initially authorized in the California Bay-
Delta Environmental and Water Security Act enacted in 1996.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $31,000,000, 
the same as the budget request and $9,000,000 below the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level. Within this amount, the Committee 
provides funding for programs and activities according to the 
Administration's request.

                       Policy and Administration


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $59,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        61,200,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        61,200,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +1,800,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Policy and Administration account provides for the 
executive direction and management of all Reclamation 
activities, as performed by the Commissioner's offices in 
Washington, DC, and Denver, Colorado, and in five regional 
offices. The Denver and regional offices charge individual 
projects or activities for direct beneficial services and 
related administrative and technical costs. These charges are 
covered under other appropriations. For fiscal year 2010, the 
Committee recommends $61,200,000, the same as the budget 
request and $1,800,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level.
    Since 2006, the Committee has requested that the Bureau 
produce a five-year plan--a rational, reality-based assessment 
of investment needs, by project, outlining the expected and 
necessary expenses associated with the inventory of the 
existing projects and the new investments necessary to meet 
Reclamation's mission for a planning horizon of five years. The 
original direction for the Bureau's five-year plan was 
contained in the Committee's fiscal year 2006 report, providing 
adequate time for a meaningful plan to be assembled. The 
Committee continues to see a pressing need for this report.
    Historically, the Bureau has adequately not met this 
requirement. The Bureau's five-year plan as submitted in 2008 
did not meet the Committee's needs. The Bureau provided a plan 
which contained only a list of projects along with, in the 
Administration's words, ``mechanistic, computer generated 
account data'' for out-year costs. The Administration's plan 
seemed to ignore actual programmatic needs and instead was 
built on an arbitrary funding level. This five-year plan was 
not useful as a planning document and appeared simply to be an 
effort to avoid the budgetary consequences to the Policy and 
Administration account of failing to submit the report. The 
Bureau has been aware of the Committee's dissatisfaction with 
the products provided and no action to remedy the situation.
    The Committee hopes that the Administration will fulfill 
the requirements to produce an adequate and useful five-year 
plan that serves the public interest by providing visibility 
into the Bureau's future plans and spending. The Committee 
expects that the five-year plan will include the following: 1) 
two funding scenarios, one which reflects the Administration's 
expenditure ceilings and a second which reflects an expenditure 
level consistent with the fiscal year 2010 appropriation, 
including inflation for the out-years; 2) a list of active 
projects, including all projects receiving funding in the 
previous three years; 3) a full accounting of all rural water 
and Title XVI projects which are currently authorized, the 
total authorization, the balance to complete, and total 
appropriations to date; and 4) an explanation of the 
methodology used in determining the project allocations, 
together with the direction provided to field offices in the 
preparation of the five-year plan.

                           General Provisions


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

    Reprogramming Restriction.--Section 201 prohibits the 
obligation or expenditure of funds through a reprogramming of 
funds in this title except in certain circumstances.
    San Luis Unit.--Section 202 prohibits the use of funds to 
determine the final point of discharge for the interceptor 
drain for the San Luis Unit until certain reporting 
requirements are met and include language on the cost share 
requirements of the Kesterson Reservoir Cleanup.

                               TITLE III


                          DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY


                              INTRODUCTION

    Funds recommended in Title III provide for all Department 
of Energy (DOE) programs, including Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy, Nuclear Energy, Fossil Energy Research and 
Development, Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Naval 
Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves, the Strategic Petroleum 
Reserve, the Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve, the Energy 
Information Administration, Non-Defense Environmental 
Management, Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and 
Decommissioning Fund, Science, Nuclear Waste Disposal, 
Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Program, Advanced 
Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Loans Program, Departmental 
Administration, Office of the Inspector General, the National 
Nuclear Security Administration (Weapons Activities, Defense 
Nuclear Nonproliferation, Naval Reactors, and the Office of the 
Administrator), Defense Environmental Management, Other Defense 
Activities, Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal, the Power Marketing 
Administrations, and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Department of Energy (DOE) has requested a total budget 
of $28,406,706,000 in fiscal year 2010 to fund programs in its 
five primary mission areas: science, energy, environment, 
nuclear nonproliferation and national security. The overall DOE 
budget request is $1,613,705,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level.
    The Committee recommends a number of changes to the fiscal 
year 2010 budget request to reflect specific congressional 
priorities addressing national interests. The total funding 
recommended for the Department of Energy is $26,878,850,000, 
$85,849,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted and 
$1,527,856,000 below the budget request.

                        MAJOR COMMITTEE CONCERNS

    The Committee is pleased that the Administration has fully 
engaged to confront the energy challenges facing this nation 
and has made energy policy a top priority of its agenda. Given 
the substantial short-, medium-, and long-term energy 
challenges, strong leadership from the Department of Energy is 
critical. As the nation confronts these challenges, focus, 
discipline, and a willingness to embrace and implement new 
ideas will be needed. The Committee fully supports the 
principle that innovation, technology, and research and 
development should be at the very core of national efforts to 
secure our energy future.
    The nation also needs a comprehensive energy policy for the 
21st century. The energy crisis is not just about energy 
independence from the Middle East and foreign suppliers, it is 
about reducing the economic costs energy dependence inflicts on 
hardworking Americans, the national security threat it poses, 
and the havoc it wreaks on the environment. A balanced energy 
mix that introduces competition into the system will ensure 
future generations are not held captive by one source of 
energy. In addition to establishing diverse energy sources, 
there is a need to be more conscientious about energy 
consumption and further advance conservation efforts. Taken 
together these measures will ultimately reduce the national 
demand and increase the supply of cleaner energy.
    The government can lead the way through its policies and 
incentives to advance this new energy future. However, no 
matter the policy or incentive set forth, strong leadership and 
fundamental management reform at the Department of Energy must 
take place. The Committee is hopeful that the Administration's 
aggressive approach to energy issues will be applied with equal 
enthusiasm to the management challenges it has inherited at the 
Department of Energy.
    The Committee recognizes that the Administration is still 
filling key vacancies at the Department. Strategies for 
improving the implementation of the Department's programs are 
under development and it would be premature to be overly 
critical at this early stage of the Administration. This 
section expresses a number of the Committee's historic 
concerns. The Committee expects that these concerns and many 
others will be addressed in the months and years ahead and will 
work closely with the Department's new leadership to improve 
the overall effectiveness of the Department's programs.

                        CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTION

    Article I, Section 9 of the U.S. Constitution states ``No 
money shall be drawn from the Treasury but in consequence of 
Appropriations made by law''. The Committee reminds the 
Department of this Constitutional provision because of the 
repeated disregard for congressional direction in the execution 
of appropriations law. In previous years, the Department has at 
times ignored the clear intent of Congress, seeking to satisfy 
Administration desires rather than congressional mandates. The 
Committee looks forward to working closely with the Department 
to support the full implementation of congressional direction.

                 IMPROVED STRATEGIC AND BUDGET PLANNING

    A major concern of the Committee is the Department's 
underdeveloped strategic planning process. The diverse set of 
missions at the Department complicates efforts to establish an 
over-arching, prioritized, and detailed strategic plan. More 
robust strategic planning would better inform budget 
formulation. Without strategic planning, programs and projects 
operate on a year-to-year planning horizon causing unnecessary 
uncertainty that disrupts program and project execution. The 
Department's leadership has already expressed an interest in 
improving strategic and budget planning.
    The Department does not have a functioning Planning, 
Programming, Budgeting, and Evaluation (PPBE) process that 
includes five-year budgeting. The Committee has encouraged the 
Department to submit five-year budget plans in recent years. A 
PPBE system would improve the alignment of funding with 
priorities. The Committee directs the Department to develop and 
implement a PPBE process, including five-year budget planning, 
for all programs and all projects exceeding $100,000,000. The 
Department shall provide the Committee its implementation plan 
not later than March 1, 2010.
    The National Nuclear Security Administration already 
provides five-year national defense plans with its budget 
submission and is encouraged to further develop its variant of 
the PPBE process.

                    MANAGEMENT AND FEDERAL STAFFING

    The Committee's top organizational concern with the 
Department is its management and federal staffing. According to 
the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the Department of 
Energy has approximately 14,000 Federal employees overseeing 
93,000 contract employees, dozens of construction projects, and 
80 nuclear waste clean-up projects. Project and construction 
management has continued to be a weakness of the Department. 
The GAO noted that 9 of the 10 largest construction projects at 
the Department had experienced cost increases and schedule 
delays. The Committee expects the Department to follow GAO's 
recommendation regarding project management.
    Cost increases and schedule delays continue to plague the 
Department's major construction and operating projects. Because 
of this, the Committee recently asked the GAO to review cost 
estimating practices at the Department. GAO's preliminary 
results indicate that the Department's policies and guidance 
for cost estimating are not adequate for supporting the 
development of credible cost estimates. Specifically, GAO found 
the Department does not have a current Department-wide policy 
or guidance indicating how the Department's contractors should 
develop project cost estimates. For example, while DOE's 
Project Management Order 413.3A directs projects to estimate 
total costs at critical decision points, it provides no 
criteria for developing such estimates. In addition, in 2008, 
the Department issued a series of guides to be used in 
conjunction with Order 413.3A, but none of them provide 
guidance on the development of cost estimates. Other GAO 
findings note that the Department has recently taken actions to 
improve cost estimating, but it is unclear how well coordinated 
or effective they will be as some actions appear duplicative 
and inconsistent across the Department's program offices. In 
light of these preliminary findings, the Committee directs the 
Department to report, within 60 days of enactment of this Act, 
on specific activities undertaken and underway to improve its 
cost estimating practices, how these activities are being 
coordinated, who in the Department has specific responsibility 
for coordinating these activities, and what performance metrics 
the Department will use to demonstrate improvements in cost 
estimating as a result of these actions.
    Federal staffing is another major challenge facing the 
Department. The National Academy of Public Administration 
(NAPA) has completed a study of selected mission support 
functions at the Department--e.g. procurement and human 
resources. The Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer, in 
particular, is under-performing to the detriment of the 
Department. The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), for example, 
maintains one Human Resources staff person per 100 staff 
serviced; DOE headquarters has one human resources staff person 
for 39 staff serviced, according to the NAPA report. Yet, 
according to the NAPA study, DLA takes 63 days to complete a 
hire and DOE headquarters takes 113 days. The Committee 
maintains it is important to improve this performance and 
supports the Department's efforts.
    Pursuant to NAPA's findings related to the Department's 
Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer, the Department 
should consider alternative service delivery models for 
recruiting, hiring, and developing the Department's workforce. 
It is commonplace for Federal agencies and private sector 
companies to consolidate and centralize human capital and other 
functional operations in Shared Service Centers to both improve 
service and to reduce transaction costs. The Department should 
contract with an expert independent entity to examine 
alternatives to providing human capital operations, such as a 
new shared service center or using an existing Federal service 
provider. The Committee provides additional direction in the 
Departmental Administration section of this report.

                    DEPARTMENTAL PENSION LIABILITIES

    The economic downturn and declining market conditions have 
increased the Department's pension liabilities, particularly 
for the National Nuclear Security Administration and the Office 
of Environmental Management. The Department retains 47 defined 
benefit contractor plans as a legacy of the Manhattan Project 
and the Cold War. While the contractors for the Department's 
sites are responsible for the pensions under the Employee 
Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and related laws, the 
Department has, over the life of these contracts, included the 
pension costs as allowable and in doing so has assumed the 
long-term liability for reimbursement. The Committee recognizes 
the pension need for each year is based on the conditions of 
the market in January of that year; this makes the actual need 
difficult to estimate. However, the Committee remains concerned 
about the Department's approach to pension liabilities.
    The Department proposed to treat the allocation of the 
additional funding to meet this obligation differently across 
the individual programs with no clear justification for the 
disproportionate treatment. For example, the Department 
requested $64,200,000 in the Readiness in Technical Base 
Facilities budget line and $45,000,000 in the Office of Nuclear 
Energy to address pension shortfalls. The Office of 
Environmental Management requested $62,000,000 and Naval 
Reactors $57,800,000 for potential pension shortfalls but the 
funds were spread throughout the program sub-activities. This 
inconsistent treatment in the request makes it difficult for 
the Committee to understand the Department's approach on 
pensions and how this approach will affect programmatic 
activities.
    The current estimate for fiscal year 2010 pension needs is 
$1,400,000,000. The Committee fully supports and expects the 
Department to meet these pension obligations. Given the 
uncertainty associated with the estimates of need, the 
Committee includes a General Provision that authorizes the 
Secretary to make funding available from relevant 
appropriations to keep the pension accounts within the 
statutory requirements. If additional funding is not required 
due to changed market conditions or due to cost recovery 
through overhead rates, this transfer authority shall be 
terminated.

                  RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

    The Department conducts a broad spectrum of basic and 
applied research and development aiming to foster science and 
technology innovation. Dating back to the Manhattan Project, 
these research and development programs create novel solutions 
to our nation's pressing energy issues and are a critical 
pathway to developing low-cost means to reduce the nation's 
dependence on fossil fuels, increase the energy supply, and 
address the global threat of climate change. The creation of 
new technologies will transform the way the nation produces and 
uses energy and accelerate the deployment of these innovative 
technologies into the marketplace.
    In the past, the Committee has expressed concerns that the 
Department was not striking an appropriate balance between 
basic and applied research, development, demonstration, and 
deployment. The Committee continues to have these concerns, and 
encourages the Department to articulate a vision that strikes a 
deliberate balance between basic and applied research and 
implements it consistently across the Department's programs. 
The Committee has also expressed concerns that the Department 
does not have a comprehensive approach to transfer innovations 
from Department laboratories to industry. While individual 
program offices and national laboratories have spearheaded 
small initiatives, the Committee encourages the Administration 
to elevate this issue and implement a Department-wide 
technology transfer plan.
    The Department currently supports a variety of research and 
development efforts that advance U.S. scientific innovation in 
multiple disciplines. It funds core programmatic research and 
development in national labs, universities, private industry, 
and other research organizations for a variety of topic areas. 
Coordinating all of these efforts has commanded increased 
attention. The Department recently began several research and 
development initiatives focusing researchers on a discrete 
science or applied energy problem for a limited period of time. 
The Department initiated three Bioenergy Research Centers in 
late 2007 to focus basic and applied researchers under one roof 
on the scientific obstacles to next-generation biofuels 
production. In early 2009, the Department announced 46 Energy 
Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs) funded by the Department at 
$2,000,000-$5,000,000 annually to ``enlist the talents and 
skills of the very best American scientists and engineers to 
address current fundamental scientific roadblocks to clean 
energy and energy security.'' The budget request includes an 
additional $100,000,000 to continue and expand this effort. 
Also in 2009, the Department announced a solicitation for the 
Advanced Research Projects Agency--Energy (ARPA-E), which will 
fund discrete projects conducting research and development to 
commercialize ``transformational energy-related technologies''.
    In the fiscal year 2010 budget request, the Department 
introduced an ambitious concept for advancing research and 
development. It would provide $280,000,000 to establish eight 
Energy Innovation Hubs, described as ``multidisciplinary 
[Hubs], which focus on critical science and technology for 
high-risk, high-reward research to revolutionize how the U.S. 
produces, distributes, and uses energy.'' The request provides 
$35,000,000 for each of eight Hubs, to continue at $25,000,000 
per Hub annually for a possible total investment of more than 
$2,000,000,000 over ten years.
    The Hubs have the potential to be an innovative concept to 
fill research gaps in advancing transformative energy science 
and technology. However, the Committee has a number of 
concerns. First, the Hubs appear to be redundant with existing 
Department research topics and initiatives. The EFRCs, 
Bioenergy Research Centers, ARPA-E, and the proposed Hubs aim 
to produce transformative energy technologies by focusing on 
``high-risk, high-reward'' research. These different 
initiatives take similar approaches while varying in size, 
implementation details, and emphasis on basic or applied 
research. Further, proposed research topics at the Energy 
Innovation Hubs overlap significantly with existing Department 
of Energy research centers. For example, the Department 
proposes a Hub to research batteries and energy storage. 
However, more than ten of the Energy Frontier Research Centers 
announced by the Department in early 2009 plan to, exclusively 
or in large part, investigate that topic. A new set of centers 
with overlapping research goals risks adding confusion and 
redundancy to the existing fleet of research and development 
initiatives.
    Second, the Department has not communicated sufficient 
planning and implementation details for the proposed Hubs. The 
individual program offices responsible for the proposed Hubs 
have not articulated consistent approaches and plans for site 
selection, staffing, and progress measurement. Program offices 
have not been consistent on even the most basic questions, such 
as whether or not each Hub will have its own physical location 
or will be a virtual collection of researchers.
    The Committee believes the Hubs are a promising concept and 
provides $35,000,000 to establish one Energy Innovation Hub 
under the Office of Science's Basic Energy Sciences program. 
The Committee gives discretion for this appropriation to the 
Secretary of Energy to select one of the Department's eight 
proposed Energy Innovation Hubs. The Committee further directs 
the Department, within 60 days of enactment of this Act, to 
submit to the Committee a report detailing the Department's 
site selection process, progress measurement plan, and the 
Hub's specific research goals and milestones. The Committee 
further directs the Department, not later than April 1, 2010, 
to report on the selected Hub's progress, including site 
selection, staffing, and progress towards research goals. The 
report shall also include the Department's plan for 
incorporating input from industry and the scientific community 
when it selects research topics for Hubs in future budget 
requests.
    The Committee strongly supports the Department's efforts to 
develop new and innovative approaches to solving energy science 
and technology problems. It offers its support in developing 
the promising Hub concept further, and will reconsider 
additional Energy Innovation Hubs when the Department addresses 
the concerns described in this section and demonstrates 
progress with the selected Hub funded in this Act.

                           ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

    The Congress has invested substantial funding through the 
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 in the effort to 
develop a green-job economy as we recover from the deep 
economic downturn currently affecting our nation.
    The Committee continues to invest in the effort to grow the 
economy by creating green jobs in a range of areas including 
renewable energy production from wind, solar, and biomass 
sources; weatherization and both new building construction 
standards and older building efficiency and conservation 
retrofits; a massive commitment to public transportation, mass 
transit, and high speed rail; accelerating the shift to more 
energy efficient vehicles; and constructing a ``smart'' 
electrical grid transmission system.
    Substantial job impact and economic studies have been 
conducted to provide analysis of the economic impact of public 
clean energy investments. Studies that analyze the employment 
and macroeconomic effects of the Department's clean energy 
policies, and that assess the optimum policy design for the 
Department's incentive programs for the transition to a clean 
energy economy, will ensure the effectiveness and success of 
such public funding. The Committee believes the Department 
should continue this effort through ongoing arrangements with 
outside experts. The Department should also work with the 
Department of Labor to leverage its job market and economic 
expertise in the Department of Energy's ongoing economic 
analyses of existing and potential public investments.

         MANAGEMENT OF NUCLEAR SPENT FUEL AND RADIOACTIVE WASTE

    In recent years, the Department has lacked an integrated 
strategy to address existing and projected quantities of spent 
fuel and high-level waste over the next several decades. The 
Yucca Mountain geological repository was the centerpiece of the 
Department's approach. The decision to terminate the Yucca 
Mountain geological repository has created even greater 
uncertainty. The Committee urges the Department to move forward 
as quickly as practicable in forming the proposed Blue Ribbon 
Commission to review alternative options for nuclear waste 
disposal. In the meantime, the Committee supports the 
Administration's position that the Yucca Mountain application 
review should continue in order to answer all relevant 
technical questions.
    The Committee strongly believes that the review of 
alternatives should be based on scientific information and 
scientific merit. The ``President's Memo on Scientific 
Integrity'' (74 Fed. Reg. 18596), dated March 9, 2009, asserted 
that, ``The public must be able to trust the science and 
scientific process informing public policy decisions.'' The 
Committee accepts the Administration's review of alternatives 
but it is difficult to understand why, if scientific integrity 
is a priority, Yucca Mountain would not be considered with the 
other alternatives. The Yucca Mountain site is, arguably, the 
most studied geology on the planet. Almost ten billion taxpayer 
dollars have been spent on Yucca Mountain and 1.5 million 
documents have supported the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's 
licensing of the site. It might well be the case that an 
alternative to Yucca Mountain better meets the requirements of 
the future strategy, but the review does not have scientific 
integrity without considering Yucca Mountain. Therefore, the 
Committee makes the $5,000,000 for the Blue Ribbon Commission 
available provided that Yucca Mountain is considered in the 
review.
    More generally, and beyond Yucca, the Committee understands 
the challenges facing the Department in developing an 
integrated approach to manage spent nuclear fuel and high-level 
radioactive waste. Responsibilities for spent fuel and 
radioactive waste are divided among multiple program offices, 
primarily the Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management 
(for the Yucca Mountain repository), the Office of 
Environmental Management (for site cleanup and stewardship of 
the Department's spent fuel and high-level waste), the Office 
of Naval Reactors (for Navy spent fuel), and the Office of 
Nuclear Energy (for researching options to recycle spent fuel). 
Each of those program offices is making varying degrees of 
progress on its respective spent fuel and high-level waste 
responsibilities. It is important going forward that these 
offices work closely together to develop a comprehensive 
strategy.

                       NUCLEAR WEAPONS ACTIVITIES

    The nuclear weapons request has been described by its 
authors as a ``treading water'' budget. While this is obviously 
correct in many respects, the Committee does not fault the 
National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) for it; the 
Administration has not had sufficient time to establish its 
goals and priorities, and the overall budget situation is dire. 
In addition, the Nuclear Posture Review, which could have a 
significant impact on the U.S. nuclear strategy, stockpile, and 
complex, has yet to be completed. The Committee's 
recommendation includes additional funding in key areas to 
support NNSA in its core mission--the reliability, safety, and 
security of our nuclear weapons arsenal--in the interim.
    By 2001 the United States nuclear stockpile held 
approximately one-third the number of nuclear weapons it had 
possessed at the peak of the Cold War. The nation has since 
reduced that force by more than half, and further reductions 
are in progress. The Committee supports these reductions and 
their expected continuation. The Committee also commends NNSA 
for its progress in safely dismantling excess nuclear weapons, 
although the Committee is convinced that the dismantlement rate 
can, and should, increase.
    The Committee commends NNSA for its excellent and 
innovative work on Stockpile Stewardship which has, without 
nuclear testing, produced a far more secure basis for 
confidence in the nuclear stockpile than ever existed under 
nuclear testing. NNSA's expertise in certifying our nuclear 
weapons will be of utmost importance for future stockpile 
reductions.
    Nevertheless, the Committee is concerned that NNSA's 
nuclear weapons programs have lost their direction. The United 
States has the most powerful nuclear arsenal in the world, far 
more effective than those of all other nations combined. 
However, U.S. nuclear weapons, and the complex that supports 
them, were built to Cold War legacy requirements. Nuclear 
yields are too high while margins are too low. The weapons 
complex is far larger and more costly than present or future 
needs will likely require. Yet the Departments of Energy and 
Defense have not produced a strategy specifying the purpose of 
the nuclear stockpile in the post Cold War world. In the 
absence of a strategy, it is impossible to make rational 
decisions on the size and composition of the stockpile and the 
complex that supports it.
    It is therefore essential that the Administration without 
delay update its nuclear posture to address dramatic changes in 
the threat environment we now face and will likely face in the 
coming decades. Our legacy nuclear forces were designed to 
deter, by threat of retaliation, attack from a hostile Soviet 
Union possessing nuclear strike capability comparable to our 
own. While we need to retain the ability to deter attack from 
any quarter, we are now faced with the threat of multiple 
hostile entities, some of which are sub-national and some of 
which do not appear to be deterrable by threat of retaliation. 
The only protection against the non-deterrable threat is to 
stop it from gaining possession, control, and the ability to 
use nuclear weapons.
    The difference between today's threat and the Cold War 
threat cannot be overstated. We cannot afford to continue 
obsolete practices of the Cold War merely because we have 
always done them that way; neither can we afford to rule out a 
new course of action simply because we have never before taken 
it. The Committee expects the Nuclear Posture Review and 
Quadrennial Defense Review, both due in fiscal year 2010, to 
reflect a strategic vision of how we can most efficiently 
optimize and deploy our national assets, including our counter-
terrorist capability, our deterrent forces, weapons surety, and 
our nonproliferation activities.
    In the fiscal year 2008 Appropriations report, Congress 
directed the Administration to provide, in sequence, (1) a 
nuclear strategy suitable to the post Cold War threat 
environment, (2) a nuclear stockpile plan to meet that 
strategy, and (3) a nuclear complex plan to support that 
stockpile. Subsidiary points and specifications were provided 
under each of the three primary directives. Congress reaffirmed 
this direction for fiscal year 2009. In both years, Congress 
refused to consider funding a new nuclear warhead until all of 
these directives had been met.
    The Committee again reaffirms this position. The Committee 
continues to strongly support enhanced surety. The Committee 
supports high margin designs because they will enable further 
nuclear reductions with increased confidence in the validity of 
our nuclear deterrent. The Committee understands that answers 
to its questions may need to be stated with error bands which 
may become increasingly broad as projections reach into the 
future. The Committee also understands that a strategy, 
stockpile, and complex plan delivered to Congress in calendar 
year 2009 will certainly need modification as circumstances 
change.
    The Committee re-emphasizes that it will not consider a new 
warhead or a major warhead redesign until it has received the 
strategy, stockpile, and complex plans for which it has been 
waiting over the past year and a half. Whether the Committee's 
questions are answered in the Nuclear Posture Review or in 
another vehicle, they must be answered point by point.
    Additionally, the Committee directs the Secretary of Energy 
to submit to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and 
Senate, not later than 90 days after release of the Nuclear 
Posture Review, a report specifying the status of the 
Department's plans for transformation of the Nuclear Weapons 
Complex.

                        NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION

    The Committee recognizes that the availability of nuclear 
material, technology, and expertise to terrorists and states, 
even in the smallest amounts, potentially poses a grave threat 
to the United States and the world. There is no simple way to 
address this complex threat.
    The United States cannot achieve its nonproliferation 
objectives alone. Multilateral international organizations and 
other countries are indispensable partners. When possible, the 
initial effort is to convince would-be proliferators that the 
pursuit of nuclear weapons is not in their best interest. This 
can be done through diplomacy, international safeguards, and 
international agreements, among other approaches. Recognizing 
the limits of persuasion on this matter, however, the United 
States and international partners have developed a robust set 
of programs to prevent nuclear proliferation by securing, 
detecting, and disposing of nuclear weapons, materials, and 
technology.
    The most effective strategy for preventing the spread of 
nuclear weapons is to block the multiple pathways to acquiring 
them in the first place. It is impossible to develop nuclear 
weapons without fissile material. Consequently, the first line 
of defense is to secure fissile materials and nuclear weapons 
at their source. The second line of defense is nuclear 
detection at borders, seaports, and other transportation nodes 
to prevent illicit trafficking. Another nonproliferation focus 
is disposing of existing nuclear material and reducing the 
production of fissile materials to diminish future 
proliferation concerns. Finally, developing the best 
nonproliferation-related technologies supports all of these 
defensive measures. The Committee regards the Department's 
nuclear nonproliferation request to be generally well 
conceived. The expectation is that these defensive layers will 
be strengthened and strongly supported in the years ahead.
    The Committee encourages the National Nuclear Security 
Administration (NNSA) to take a broader and more comprehensive 
view of how its nuclear nonproliferation programs work with one 
another. In particular, the NNSA should take a closer look at 
the prioritization of its nonproliferation program across the 
spectrum of its activities. Priorities have been developed 
within the Global Threat Reduction Initiative and Megaports 
program, for example, but a common framework does not cut 
across all of the NNSA nonproliferation programs.
    Prioritization is critical because of the considerable 
amount of work that needs to be done and the reality that 
resources are limited, even though the Committee and successive 
Administrations have strongly supported these programs. There 
are hundreds of ports globally, thousands of land-border 
crossings and radiological and nuclear materials spread 
throughout the world. Priorities are needed so that highest 
risk-reduction activities are completed first.
    The NNSA strategic plan provides the general priorities for 
nuclear nonproliferation. The top priority is securing 
vulnerable nuclear materials and weapons. The second priority 
is securing borders, ports, and other transportation hubs. The 
weakness in the current prioritization scheme is its lack of a 
risk reduction comparison between securing nuclear material and 
border crossings. Resources may not be allocated in an optimal 
way. For example, fiscal year 2010 funds are allocated to 
secure nuclear materials in developed countries, like the 
United Kingdom, while installation of nuclear detection 
equipment on Russia's borders is deferred until fiscal year 
2011 due to a lack of funding. It might be the case that 
installation of nuclear detection equipment at Russian border 
sites results in greater risk reduction than securing 
invulnerable nuclear material in the developed world; a more 
sophisticated prioritization scheme would be valuable in making 
these comparisons among nonproliferation activities. To better 
inform budget formulation, the Committee directs the NNSA to 
make a concerted effort to develop a risk-based prioritization 
scheme for all nuclear nonproliferation programs, including 
research and development. The NNSA shall provide a status 
report within 90 days of the enactment of this Act.
    Finally, the Committee strongly supports the NNSA's efforts 
to prepare for the verification and dismantlement of the North 
Korean nuclear program. While recent events have set-back the 
prospects for a negotiated agreement in the near-term, there is 
a recognition that certain preparations must be made well in 
advance of any operation. The NNSA is encouraged to keep the 
Committee apprised of any developments in planning that might 
adjust current funding estimates. If progress is made in 
negotiations, events leading to overseas operations could 
proceed very quickly.

                           REIMBURSEABLE WORK

    As the Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Nuclear 
Security Administration (NNSA) move forward with the concept of 
a National Security Enterprise, the role of reimbursable work, 
or work for others as it is also known, must be examined 
comprehensively. As the Administration develops its national 
security posture through the Nuclear Posture Review and other 
efforts, the retention of premier scientific capabilities 
residing at the National Laboratories must be retained at a 
level that preserves and develops the scientific capabilities 
to meet the challenges of the future.
    Nearly one in six dollars spent by the Department is for 
work for others. At one lab, the percentage of work for others 
is over half of the work load annually. The Committee continues 
to be concerned that such a large portion of the Department's 
workforce and assets are employed in the service of other 
agencies. This leaves the Department vulnerable to 
unanticipated shifts in funding over which it has little or no 
control.
    In concept, and by DOE Order, work for others includes full 
cost recovery for the services provided; it has become clear 
that this policy is not in fact applied uniformly across 
laboratories. While work for others helps to maintain critical 
capabilities and stability for indirect rates, it lacks a 
corporate strategy to guide the acceptance of such work.
    The Department and the NNSA are directed to conduct a 
review of all work for others and develop standard guidelines 
for acceptance of such work and mechanisms that uniformly apply 
full cost recovery. These guidelines shall include mechanisms 
to ensure that costs of facility construction and worker 
benefits, including pensions, are fully shared. Further, the 
Committee reiterates its direction that the Department account 
for its reimbursable activities in the accounts that are most 
closely related in mission to the work being carried out. In 
the event that the activity is not related to DOE's mission, 
the Department must report these activities in the account that 
would normally supply the preponderance of the funding of the 
resources being used in reimbursable work, or owns the assets 
being used in reimbursable work. The Committee strongly 
recommends that the Department and NNSA regularly consult with 
the Committee during the development of these guidelines.
    Reporting Requirement.--The Committee reiterates its 
direction that the Department report on a quarterly basis on 
the status of work for others activities in each of the 
National Laboratories and DOE programs.

                          FINANCIAL REPORTING

    The Committee renews the direction provided in previous 
fiscal years requiring the Secretary of Energy to submit to the 
House and Senate Committees on Appropriations quarterly reports 
on the status of all projects, reports, fund transfers, and 
other actions directed in this bill and report. The Committee 
recognizes that this report has been delayed in the past due to 
the lack of orderly and coordinated internal processes. 
Therefore, the Committee requests that the Executive 
Secretariat, within the Office of Management, utilize its 
electronic document tracking and reporting systems to rectify 
this problem and respond to this requirement. The status of 
each reporting requirement must specify whether it is not 
drafted, drafted and in concurrence (including the date when it 
entered the Department's concurrence), or completed. This 
should conform to the Department's current reporting system. 
Any reports, transfers, or other actions directed in prior 
fiscal years that have not been completed as of the date of 
enactment of this Act should also be included in this quarterly 
report.
    A few of the Department's programs carry large uncosted 
balances from year to year. These balances are the focus of 
scrutiny as they suggest programs are not spending funding in a 
timely manner. The Committee does not have access to all of the 
funding data that explains how, for example, funding can be 
uncosted but committed to contracts. The Committee directs the 
Department to provide semi-annual Financial Balances Reports to 
the Committee by January 1, 2010, and June 30, 2010. The report 
should provide for each program at the Congressional control 
level and on projects exceeding $100,000,000 the following 
information: total available balance (prior and current year); 
obligated, uncosted balances; unobligated but committed 
uncosted balances; unobligated, uncosted balances; and uncosted 
balances. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding should 
be displayed separately. Additionally, the Committee expects 
the Department to be ready to provide this information upon 
request throughout the fiscal year.

                        REPROGRAMMING GUIDELINES

    The Committee requires the Department to inform the 
Committee promptly and fully when a change in program execution 
and funding is required during the fiscal year. To assist the 
Department in this effort, the following guidance is provided 
for programs and activities funded in the Energy and Water 
Development Appropriations Act. The Committee directs the 
Department to follow this guidance for all programs and 
activities unless specific reprogramming guidance is provided 
below for a program or activity.
    Definition.--A reprogramming includes the reallocation of 
funds from one activity to another within an appropriation, or 
any significant departure from a program, project, or activity 
described in the agency's budget justification as presented to 
and approved by Congress. For construction projects, a 
reprogramming constitutes the reallocation of funds from one 
construction project identified in the justifications to 
another project or a significant change in the scope of an 
approved project.
    Criteria for reprogramming.--A reprogramming should be made 
only when an unforeseen situation arises, and then only if 
delay of the project or the activity until the next 
appropriations year would result in a detrimental impact to an 
agency program or priority. Reprogrammings may also be 
considered if the Department can show that significant cost 
savings can accrue by increasing funding for an activity. Mere 
convenience or preference should not be factors for 
consideration. Reprogrammings should not be employed to 
initiate new programs, or to change program, project, or 
activity allocations specifically denied, limited, or increased 
by Congress in the Act or report. In cases where unforeseen 
events or conditions are deemed to require such changes, 
proposals shall be submitted in advance to the Committee and be 
fully explained and justified.
    Reporting and approval procedures.--The Committee has not 
provided statutory language to define reprogramming guidelines, 
but expects the Department to follow the spirit and the letter 
of the guidance provided in this report. Any reallocation of 
new or prior year budget authority or prior year deobligations 
must be submitted to the Committees in writing and may not be 
implemented prior to approval by the Committee on 
Appropriations.

                   CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED PROJECTS

    To ensure that the expenditure of funds in fiscal year 2010 
is consistent with Congressional direction, the bill 
incorporates by reference the congressionally directed projects 
identified in the report accompanying this Act into statute.

                       COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The Committee's recommendations for Department of Energy 
programs in fiscal year 2010 are described in the following 
sections. A detailed funding table is included at the end of 
this title.

                 Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................   a$1,928,540,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     2,318,602,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     2,250,000,000
Comparison:...........................................
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      +321,460,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................      -68,602,000
 
aExcludes $250,000,000 of emergency funding (Public Law 110-329) and
  $16,800,000 of funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
  of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy programs include 
renewable energy and energy efficiency research, development, 
demonstration and deployment activities (RDD&D), and federal 
energy assistance programs. Renewable energy research, 
development, demonstration, and deployment activities include 
biomass and biorefinery systems, geothermal technology, 
hydrogen technology, water power, solar energy, and wind energy 
technologies. Energy efficiency activities include improving 
the efficiency of vehicle, building, fuel cell, and industrial 
technologies, and the Federal Energy Management Program. 
Federal energy assistance programs include weatherization 
assistance, state energy programs, international renewable 
energy program, tribal energy activities, and the renewable 
energy production incentive.
    The total Committee recommendation for Energy Efficiency 
and Renewable Energy (EERE) programs is $2,250,000,000, 
$321,460,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
excluding emergency funding, and $68,602,000 below the budget 
request. The Committee provides $1,787,440,000 for energy 
efficiency and renewable energy research and development 
activities, and $462,560,000 for federal energy assistance 
programs.
    Reporting Requirements.--The Committee directs the 
Department to quantify and track the progress and impact of the 
substantial investments the Committee has made in the Energy 
Efficiency and Renewable Energy portfolio. The Department shall 
report to the Committee on an annual basis on the return on 
investment for each of the accounts.
    Minority outreach programs.--The Committee directs DOE to 
continue implementing an aggressive program to take advantage 
of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities and 
Hispanic Serving Institutions across the country in order to 
deepen the recruiting pool of diverse scientific and technical 
staff available to support the growing renewable energy 
marketplace. The Committee continues to support this program 
and reinforces the importance of tapping the full diversity of 
talent as the Department works with the public and private 
sectors to meet our nation's energy challenges.

     ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, 
                     DEMONSTRATION, AND DEPLOYMENT

    The Committee recommends $1,787,440,000 for energy 
efficiency and renewable energy research, development, 
demonstration, and deployment programs, an increase of 
$340,465,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and a 
decrease of $230,162,000 from the budget request.
    Fuel Cell Technology.--Formerly the Hydrogen Technologies 
program, the Fuel Cell Technology program seeks to enable the 
widespread commercialization and application of fuel cell 
technologies to reduce petroleum use, greenhouse gas emissions, 
and other air pollutants. This program supports the use of fuel 
cell systems for stationary, portable, and transportation 
applications through research, development, demonstration, and 
deployment (RDD&D). The Committee recommendation is 
$68,213,000, the same as the budget request and a decrease of 
$100,747,000 from the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The 
Committee recommendation includes $63,213,000 for fuel cell 
systems R&D, the same as the budget request; and $5,000,000 for 
systems analysis, the same as the budget request. The request 
proposes to eliminate all funding for activities related to 
hydrogen transportation systems funded in the fiscal year 2009 
under the former Hydrogen Technologies Program. The Committee 
remains supportive of hydrogen technology RDD&D activities and 
provides an additional $40,000,000 for these activities in the 
Vehicle Technologies program.
    Biomass and Biorefinery Systems R&D.--Biomass and 
Biorefinery Systems R&D conducts research, development and 
technology validation on advanced technologies that will enable 
future biorefineries to convert cellulosic biomass to fuels, 
chemicals, heat and power. The program focuses on reducing 
processing energy requirements and production costs in biomass 
processing plants and future integrated industrial 
biorefineries. The Committee supports efforts to develop 
cellulosic feedstocks that are not used as food sources, and 
encourages the Department to consider a broad portfolio of 
feedstocks including advanced biofuels sources such as algae.
    The Committee recommendation for integrated research and 
development on biomass and biorefinery systems is $235,000,000, 
the same as the budget request, of which not less than 
$25,000,000 is for grants for the production of advanced 
biofuels as authorized under Section 207 of the Energy 
Independence and Security Act of 2007 (Public Law 110-140). 
This funding is complemented by appropriations provided for 
bioenergy basic research in the Office of Science.
    Solar Energy.--The Solar Energy program develops solar 
energy technologies, such as photovoltaics and concentrating 
solar power, that are reliable, affordable and environmentally 
sound. The Committee recommends $258,655,000 for solar energy 
programs, an increase of $83,655,000 from the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $61,345,000 below the budget request. No 
funding is provided within this amount for the Solar 
Electricity Energy Innovation Hub requested by the Department.
    The increase expands the Department's existing solar energy 
research, development, demonstration, and deployment 
activities. These activities consist of photovoltaic research 
and development, including exploratory research, conversion 
devices, measurements and characterization, systems 
development, and technology evaluation; concentrating solar 
power research, development, and deployment; systems 
integration; and market transformation.
    Wind Energy.--The Wind Energy program focuses on the 
development of wind turbines that can operate economically in 
areas with low wind speeds, small wind turbines that can serve 
a range of distributed power applications, and system 
technology in support of offshore wind systems further from 
shore, particularly beyond the viewshed of coastal communities. 
The Committee recommends $70,000,000 for wind energy systems, 
$5,000,000 below the budget request and $15,000,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level.
    Geothermal Technology.--The Geothermal Technology program 
works in partnership with U.S. industry and universities to 
establish geothermal energy as an economically competitive 
contributor to the U.S. energy supply. Enhanced geothermal 
systems have the potential to provide baseload electricity 
generation and other energy services with substantially greater 
resource potential and geographical reach than conventional 
geothermal sources. Only pilot systems with limited testing 
lifetimes have been built to date, and further research, 
development, and demonstration is needed to show that enhanced 
geothermal systems are economically and technologically viable.
    The Committee recommendation provides $50,000,000, the same 
as the budget request and $6,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, for the research, development, and demonstration 
of enhanced geothermal systems. The program will competitively 
select university, industry, and national laboratory partners 
to advance related technologies and address barriers to the 
deployment of enhanced geothermal systems.
    Water Power R&D.--The Committee recommends $30,000,000 for 
water power research and development, the same as the budget 
request. The Committee encourages the Department's continued 
basic and applied research, development and demonstration for 
marine and hydrokinetic renewable technologies.
    In addition to investing in new ocean and marine power 
technologies, upgrading the efficiency and operations of 
existing conventional hydropower facilities can be a cost-
effective and environmentally safe way to add clean, reliable 
electric generation using existing infrastructure. The 
Committee recommends not more than $3,500,000 for the 
Department to conduct an assessment of existing conventional 
U.S. hydropower and to identify opportunities to increase power 
generation at these sites, to be reported to the Committee by 
September 30, 2010. The Committee notes that the Department of 
the Interior, Army Corps of Engineers, and the Power Marketing 
Administrations released a 2007 report assessing the potential 
for electric generation increases through upgrades at federally 
owned dams. The Committee encourages the Department to focus 
the assessment on the balance of conventional hydropower sites 
not owned by Federal entities, and to report on strategies to 
encourage owners to invest in any identified upgrades.
    Vehicle Technologies.--The Vehicle Technologies program 
seeks technology breakthroughs that will greatly reduce 
petroleum use by automobiles and trucks of all sizes. These 
technologies include R&D on lightweight materials, electronic 
power control, high power storage, advanced combustion engines, 
and hybrid electric drive motors. The Committee recommends 
$373,302,000, an increase of $40,000,000 from the budget 
request and $100,064,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level.
    The Committee recommends $164,661,000 for Hybrid Electric 
Systems, the same as the budget request and $38,952,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, to include $53,353,000 for 
vehicle and systems simulation and testing, $32,227,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as the request; 
$77,437,000 for energy storage R&D, the same as the request; 
and $30,041,000 for advanced power electronics and electric 
motors R&D, the same as the request.
    The Committee recommendation provides $40,000,000 in 
Vehicle Technologies for hydrogen transportation systems RDD&D 
activities, to include hydrogen delivery, storage, and fuel 
cell systems, for overcoming technology, infrastructure, and 
manufacturing barriers to widespread deployment of 
transportation vehicles using hydrogen as a fuel. The budget 
request eliminates funding for these activities from within the 
former Hydrogen Technologies program. To be consistent with the 
Department's position of investment in a portfolio of energy 
solutions with a broad range of risk profiles and payback 
periods, the Committee recommends maintaining a level of 
investment in this program, as one of a number of vehicle 
technologies supported by the Department, commensurate with the 
potential long term benefits of widespread adoption of hydrogen 
transportation technologies.
    The Committee supports the research and development of 
advanced internal combustion technologies that offer greater 
power density, fuel efficiency, and mechanical simplicity, and 
recommends $57,600,000 for Advanced Combustion Engine R&D, the 
same as the budget request and an increase of $16,800,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The Committee recommends 
$54,905,000 for Materials Technology, the same as the request 
and $15,002,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, to 
include $34,039,000 for lightweight materials technology for 
research activities authorized in section 651 of the Energy 
Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA). The Committee 
supports the lightweight materials research and development on 
advanced high-strength steels under this program to reduce the 
weight of commercial and passenger vehicles. The Committee 
recommends $25,122,000 for Fuels Technology, the same as the 
budget request and $5,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level.
    The Committee recommends $31,014,000 for Technology 
Integration, the same as the request. The Committee 
recommendation includes $25,510,000 for vehicle technologies 
deployment, the same as the budget request, to support Clean 
Cities activities.
    Building Technologies.--In partnership with the buildings 
industry, this program develops, promotes, and integrates 
energy technologies and practices to make buildings more 
efficient and affordable. The Committee recommends $210,498,000 
for Building Technologies, $70,498,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and $27,200,000 below the request. The 
Committee recommends $40,000,000 for Residential Buildings 
Integration, the same as the budget request, and $40,000,000 
for Commercial Buildings Integration, the same as the budget 
request, for the Zero Net Energy Commercial Buildings 
Initiative as authorized in Section 422 of EISA. This 
initiative is designed to develop and disseminate technologies, 
practices, and policies that will facilitate establishment of 
zero net energy commercial buildings by 2030.
    The Committee recommends $65,498,000 for Emerging 
Technologies, $27,200,000 below the budget request and 
$21,658,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The 
recommendation includes $9,000,000 for space conditioning and 
refrigeration research and development, the same as the budget 
request; $16,000,000 for building envelope research and 
development, the same as the budget request; $5,500,000 for 
analysis tools, the same as the budget request; $6,500,000 for 
solar heating and cooling, the same as the budget request; and 
$27,000,000 for solid state lighting research and development, 
$7,800,000 above the request. The Committee encourages the 
Department to carry out a lighting technology research and 
development program to assist manufacturers of high-efficacy 
general service lamps that achieve the wattage requirements 
imposed in Section 321 of the 2007 Energy Independence and 
Security Act, in order to lower manufacturing costs and 
accelerate the realization of energy and cost savings from the 
deployment of high-efficiency lighting.
    The Committee recommends $30,000,000 for Technology 
Validation and Market Introduction, the same as the request and 
$8,740,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The 
Committee recommends $35,000,000, the same as the request and 
an increase of $15,000,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, for Equipment Standards and Analysis, for DOE to address 
the backlog of standards that are lagging behind schedule.
    Industrial Technologies.--The Industrial Technologies 
program cost shares research in critical technology areas 
identified in partnership with industry in order to realize 
significant energy benefits from increased energy efficiency. 
The Committee recommends $100,000,000, the same as the budget 
request.
    The Committee recommends $12,627,000 for Industries of the 
Future (Specific), the same as the budget request, to include 
$4,500,000 for the steel industry for improvements in 
production, the same as the request.
    The Committee recommends $87,373,000 for Industries of the 
Future (Cross-cutting), the same as the budget request and an 
increase of $12,948,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level. The Committee recommends $25,000,000 for distributed 
energy, the same as the request, for distributed generation and 
combined-heat and power activities, and the advanced 
reciprocating engines system program.
    Federal Energy Management Program.--The Federal Energy 
Management Program (FEMP) reduces the cost and environmental 
impact of the Federal government by advancing energy efficiency 
and water conservation, promoting the use of renewable energy, 
and managing utility costs in Federal facilities and 
operations. The Committee recommendation for the FEMP is 
$32,272,000, the same as the budget request, to support 
investment in additional projects.
    Energy Education and Workforce Training Program.--The 
Department's request includes $115,000,000 for an education and 
technical training initiative with a broad mandate to spur and 
enable more Americans to pursue careers in clean energy. The 
proposal includes K-12, higher education, and technical 
training activities. The Committee believes that the proposed 
initiative highlights an important set of goals to increase the 
domestic scientific and technical workforce in order to address 
today's pressing energy issues, to develop the talents resident 
in American youth and workers into tomorrow's workforce, and to 
enable our nation to lead the next generation of energy 
industries.
    However, the Committee is concerned that a program with 
such broad educational mandates, unlike some existing Energy 
Department programs that focus on specific areas, is more 
consistent with activities within the Department of Education 
for K-12 and higher education programs, and the Department of 
Labor for workforce training and re-specialization. In 
addition, the budget request does not highlight how this 
proposed initiative relates to the various educational and 
workforce development activities already conducted throughout 
the Department of Energy and in other federal agencies.
    For example, the Department of Labor requested $50,000,000 
for the fiscal year 2010 for green jobs workforce development. 
The Labor Department also requested $135,000,000 for a Career 
Pathways Innovation Fund to prepare workers in high-demand 
industries. The Department of Education requested $31,000,000 
for the ``Graduate assistance in areas of national need'' 
program, which solicits input from Federal agencies, including 
the National Science Foundation, and administers grants to 
graduate students in the identified areas of need. The House 
fiscal year 2010 appropriations bill provides $862,900,000 for 
National Science Foundation education programs, $17,600,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, to ``ensure the 
United States has world-class scientists, mathematicians and 
engineers'' through grants, fellowships, and awareness programs 
at the preK-12, higher education, and career development 
levels. The Energy Department's request includes more than $70 
million beyond this $115 million proposed initiative for 
workforce development in various program offices.
    While the Committee supports the desired end-results of the 
proposed program, the request lacks sufficient details and 
background research to assure the Committee that the program 
will be effective and not duplicative if fully funded in fiscal 
year 2010.
    The Committee therefore recommends $7,500,000 for the 
Department to conduct a study that: (1) defines the current and 
future needs for education and workforce development to further 
the Nation's energy sector; (2) provides a detailed assessment 
of the current activities performed across the federal 
government to meet these needs, including efforts at the 
National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission, Department of Labor, and Science, 
Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) initiatives throughout 
the federal government; and (3) identifies any gaps in these 
federal activities that can be effectively conducted by the 
Department of Energy. The Committee looks forward to this study 
and further dialogue with the Department to better define the 
intentions of the proposal and understand what role the 
Department of Energy should play in a broadly mandated 
educational initiative.
    Facilities and Infrastructure.--The Committee 
recommendation for Facilities and Infrastructure is 
$63,000,000, the same as the budget request, to upgrade and 
maintain property, infrastructure, equipment, and access at the 
National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
    Program Direction.--Program Direction provides for the 
Federal staffing resources and associated costs for supporting 
the management and oversight of EERE programs. The overall 
budget for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has increased 
substantially since the fiscal year 2007, and the Committee 
supports increasing Federal staffing levels to enable the 
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to effectively 
administer and oversee more than 3,000 active contracts and 
agreements and the additional contracts and agreements expected 
to start. However, the Committee notes that the Office of 
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy has had approximately 
100 unfilled vacancies since 2007. Based on this recent track 
record, the Committee expresses concern that the Department of 
Energy's existing services in the Office of the Chief Human 
Capital Officer will be unable to hire during the fiscal year 
2010 both the 100 unfilled vacancies and the additional 
requested 253 federal positions for Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy. The Committee therefore recommends 
$188,000,000 for Program Direction, $50,117,000 below the 
budget request and $60,380,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. The Committee provides additional direction 
regarding the Department's Management and Federal Staffing 
under the Committee Concerns section of the report.
    Program Support.--Program Support activities for the EERE 
program include planning, analysis and evaluation, technology 
advancements and outreach, impact analysis, commercialization 
support, and the International Renewable Energy Program. The 
Committee recommendation for Program Support is $101,000,000, a 
decrease of $19,000,000 below the budget request and 
$82,843,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The 
Committee recommends $11,000,000 for Planning, Analysis, and 
Evaluation, the same as the request. For Technology Advancement 
and Outreach, the Committee recommends $11,000,000, the same as 
the request.
    The Committee recommendation for Strategic Priorities and 
Impact Analysis is $33,000,000, for Climate/Carbon Analysis; 
Market Analysis; Energy Policy and Systems Analysis; Data and 
Analysis Foundation and Dissemination; and Evaluation, 
Monitoring, and Verification Assets Strategy. No funds are 
provided under Strategic Priorities and Impact Analysis for 
unanticipated priority projects. The Committee supports 
centralized analysis within the Office of Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy to prioritize activities and technology 
programs based on unbiased, objective analysis. Under this 
expanded analysis appropriation, the Committee directs the 
Department to report, by April 1, 2010, on the Department's 
strategic plan for prioritizing investments in energy 
efficiency and renewable energy technologies and activities in 
order to increase the supply of clean, affordable energy; 
reduce energy demand; decrease the nation's dependence on 
foreign oil; and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
    The Committee recommendation for Commercialization is 
$36,000,000, a decrease of $9,000,000 from the request and 
$36,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level.
    The Committee recommends $10,000,000 for the International 
Renewable Energy Program, the same as the budget request and 
$5,000,000 above the comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 
The Committee supports moving this activity from the 
Weatherization and Intergovernmental Grants program to Program 
Support.

                   FEDERAL ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

    The Committee recommends a total of $462,560,000 for 
federal energy assistance programs, $161,560,000 above the 
budget request and $32,243,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. These programs are described in detail in the 
following sections.
    Weatherization Assistance.--The Committee recommends 
$220,000,000 for weatherization assistance program grants, the 
same as the budget request, to include $3,300,000 for training 
and technical assistance.
    State Energy Program.--The Committee recommends $75,000,000 
for the State Energy Program, $25,000,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and the same as the budget request.
    Tribal Energy Activities.--The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for tribal energy projects, $4,000,000 above the 
budget request and $4,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. The Committee further encourages the Department 
to consider a range of project sizes in order to benefit a 
larger number of tribes than is possible with only large 
projects.
    Renewable Energy Production Incentive.--The Renewable 
Energy Production Incentive provides incentives to publicly 
owned and not-for-profit utilities, states, and territories for 
electricity generated from renewable sources. The deployment of 
renewable energy, however, has outstripped the scale and scope 
of the program, and the Committee urges the Department to work 
with the appropriate Committees to develop a more comprehensive 
solution for expanding renewable energy deployment across 
public and private power generation sectors. The Committee 
recommends no funding for the Renewable Energy Production 
Incentive, the same as the budget request.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $157,560,000 for the following projects 
and activities and for $4,000,000 of projects specified in bill 
language. The Committee believes these projects are consistent 
with or complementary to the purposes and objectives of 
existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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              Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     a$137,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       208,008,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       208,008,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +71,008,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................               --
 
a Excludes $4,500,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The electric grid plays a central role in our economy by 
delivering power to consumers and businesses, by integrating 
renewable and distributed generation with the existing power 
system, and by enabling new technologies such as electric 
vehicles to reduce our nation's dependence on foreign oil. The 
mission of the Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy 
Reliability is to lead national efforts to modernize the 
electric grid, increase the grid's efficiency, enhance security 
and reliability of the energy infrastructure, and facilitate 
recovery from disruptions to the energy supply. The Committee 
recommendation for Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability 
is $208,008,000, an increase of $71,008,000 over the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and the same as the budget request.
    Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability Research and 
Development.--The Committee recommends $166,400,000 for 
electricity delivery and energy reliability research and 
development, $81,679,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, excluding emergency funding. The Committee supports the 
Department's request to restructure electricity delivery and 
energy reliability research and development. The proposed 
structure reflects the opportunity for smart grid technologies 
to reduce electricity demand, to increase the efficiency of the 
national electric grid, and to enable the grid to accommodate 
larger quantities of distributed and renewable and generation. 
The proposed structure also highlights the importance of cyber 
security to the reliability, resilience, and security of the 
electrical grid as it becomes increasingly automated and 
network-connected and cyber attacks increase worldwide.
    The Committee recommends $42,000,000 for clean energy 
transmission and reliability, the same as the budget request. 
The Committee recognizes the importance of research and 
development that enables the integration of intermittent and 
distributed clean energy generation with the transmission and 
distribution grid. The Committee also encourages the Department 
to continue its efforts to decrease transmission losses for all 
generation sources.
    The Committee recommends $62,900,000 for smart grid 
research and development, $30,414,000 above the comparable 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $4,100,000 below the budget 
request. No funding is provided within this amount for the Grid 
Materials, Devices, and Systems Energy Innovation Hub requested 
by the Department.
    The Committee recommends $15,000,000 for energy storage 
research and development, an increase of $10,934,000 above the 
comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as 
budget request. The Committee recommends $46,500,000 for cyber 
security research and development, an increase of $34,500,000 
from the comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$3,500,000 below the budget request.
    Permitting, Siting, and Analysis.--The Committee recommends 
$6,400,000 for permitting, siting, and analysis, the same as 
the request.
    Infrastructure Security and Energy Restoration.--The 
Committee recommends $6,188,000 for infrastructure security and 
energy restoration, the same as the request.
    Program Direction.--For program direction, the Committee 
recommends $21,420,000, the same as the budget request.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $7,600,000 for the following projects 
and activities. The Committee believes that these projects are 
consistent with and/or complementary to the purposes and 
objectives of existing Department of Energy authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                             Nuclear Energy


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $792,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       761,634,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       812,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +20,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       +50,366,000
 

    The Committee recommendation for Nuclear Energy is 
$812,000,000, an increase of $50,366,000 over the budget 
request and $20,000,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level. The Committee recognizes the Administration is in the 
process of filling key vacancies and developing its major 
strategies, including its nuclear strategy. A well-formulated 
nuclear energy policy is no longer just an economic and 
environmental imperative nationally, but is also necessary to 
maintain our competitiveness on a global scale.
    Reporting Requirement.--Within 90 days of enactment, the 
Department shall submit its detailed nuclear energy research 
and development strategy and program plan. The strategic plan 
should clearly denote how the Department intends to balance and 
prioritize investments in nuclear energy between near-term 
deployment of new reactors and longer-term research in advanced 
reactors and the fuel cycle.

                NUCLEAR ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

    The Committee continues to support the efforts of the 
Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) as the Federal government's lead 
on the research and development of advanced and next-generation 
nuclear technologies. However, to adequately support the 
necessary efforts to develop and deploy next generation nuclear 
technologies, a sustained, long-term commitment by the 
Administration and the Congress is needed. The Committee 
provides $472,598,000 for Nuclear Energy Research and 
Development, $69,598,000 above the request, and $42,402,000 
below fiscal year 2009. Consistent with activities funded in 
fiscal year 2009 and with the Administration's fiscal year 2010 
budget request, this funding allows NE to ``complete its 
contribution to work started over the last four years to 
license new nuclear plants in the United States by early in the 
next decade''. No funds are provided for the Modeling and 
Simulation Hub.
    Nuclear Power 2010 (NP 2010).--The Committee recommends 
$71,000,000 for the NP 2010 program, an increase of $51,000,000 
above the President's request, and $106,500,000 below fiscal 
year 2009. NP 2010 is a $1.2 billion, joint government/industry 
partnership created by the Department in 2002 to support the 
near-term deployment of Generation III nuclear power plants by 
encouraging advanced and standardized designs for nuclear 
construction. The additional funds provided will complete the 
Department's commitment to this effort.
    Generation IV nuclear energy systems initiative.--The 
Committee continues to support the Department's collaborative 
efforts on the research and development (R&D) of a Generation 
IV (Gen IV) reactor design that will be safer, more cost 
effective, and more proliferation resistant than current 
designs, and recommends a total of $272,373,000 for Generation 
IV nuclear energy systems, an increase of $81,373,000 above the 
budget request. Of this amount, $16,000,000 is provided to 
address the underlying challenges of advanced reactor concepts, 
as specified by the request, and to support Generation IV R&D 
activities at university and educational institutions; and 
$10,000,000 is provided for the Light Water Reactor 
Sustainability program to support the long-term operation and 
sustainability of the existing fleet of light water nuclear 
reactors.
    The budget request did not specify funding for the Next 
Generation Nuclear Plant (NGNP). This has been one of the 
Committee's priorities in recent years and a significant public 
investment has already been made in NGNP. The NGNP program 
provides the basis for the commercialization of a new 
generation of advanced nuclear plants that use high temperature 
gas-cooled reactor technology for the production of vast 
quantities of process heat. This nuclear process heat, a zero-
carbon-emitting substitute for heat produced by fossil fuels, 
has the potential to be an energy source for all types of 
energy-dependent industrial applications, such as oil 
refinement and plastics and fertilizer manufacturing. The NGNP 
program represents a near-term deployment opportunity with 
strong commercialization potential. Therefore, from within the 
funds provided for the Generation IV nuclear energy systems 
initiative, not less than $245,000,000 shall be for the NGNP 
program, including $7,000,000 for deep burn research, to 
continue the R&D on fuel and graphite testing and 
qualification, advanced high temperature materials performance 
testing of methods and high temperature instrumentation 
development and reactor conceptual design, licensing 
preparations, and the procurement of other long-lead components 
necessary to meet the operational deadline of 2021, as 
prescribed by the 2005 Energy Policy Act.
    The Committee notes that the Department's timeframe for Gen 
IV reactor designs is approximately 2030. The Committee is 
aware that the potential commercial application of work 
previously funded in the NNSA accounts may be in a similar 
timeframe. The Committee directs the Office of Nuclear Energy, 
working in cooperation with the Office of Science, to lead an 
evaluation of the Naval Research Laboratory's use of krypton-
fluoride lasers and high-performance directly driven targets to 
generate inertial fusion energy. As detailed under the ``Office 
of Science'' appropriation, a report on its findings shall be 
provided to the Committee not later than August 31, 2009.

                  FUEL CYCLE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request proposes a new Fuel 
Cycle Research and Development (R&D) program. According to the 
request, this new program represents a fundamental shift in 
focus from that of the former Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative 
program to long-term, science-based R&D intended to better 
understand the science underlying advanced fuel cycle 
technologies, to improve waste management options, and to more 
effectively manage the fuel cycle. Furthermore, the scope of 
the new program is expanded to support R&D on storage 
technologies, security systems, and alternative disposal 
pathways, including the scientific considerations of long-term 
geologic storage.
    Fuel Cycle Research and Development.--The Committee 
recommends for Fuel Cycle Research and Development, 
$129,225,000, which is $62,775,000 below the request and 
$15,775,000 less than comparable activities in fiscal year 
2009. The Committee supports continued research on advanced 
fuel cycles but is concerned by the lack specificity in terms 
of the direction of the research in this area. The research and 
development strategic plan should address this concern. No 
funding is provided for the Extreme Materials Energy Innovation 
Hub.

                   RADIOLOGICAL FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

    The purpose of the Radiological Facilities Management 
program is to maintain the critical infrastructure necessary to 
support users from the defense, space, and medical communities. 
These outside users fund DOE's actual operational, production, 
and research activities on a reimbursable basis. The Committee 
provides $67,000,000, $10,000,000 below the request and 
$854,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level.
    Space and defense infrastructure.--The Committee 
recommendation is $42,000,000, $5,000,000 below the budget 
request and $7,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level. This includes the requested $9,340,000 to operate 
radioisotope power systems at the Idaho National Laboratory 
(INL) as well as $27,030,000 to support the plutonium-238 (Pu-
238) facilities at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
    Oak Ridge nuclear infrastructure.--The Committee recommends 
$15,000,000 for Oak Ridge radiological facilities management 
for hot cells at the Radiochemical Engineering Development 
Center.
    Plutonium-238 Production Restart.--While the Committee 
supports the re-start of Pu-238 for space missions and national 
security user applications, the Department has not provided a 
clear plan for how the $30,000,000 request will be utilized. 
The Committee is also concerned that the Department's request 
does not address how major users of Pu-238, like the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration, are partnering and 
contributing to this effort. The Committee recommends 
$10,000,000 for Pu-238 production start-up and directs the 
Department to provide its start-up plan, including the role and 
contribution of users, within 90 days of enactment of this Act.

                      IDAHO FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

    Idaho National Laboratory (INL) operations and 
infrastructure.--The budget requested $203,402,000 for INL 
operations and infrastructure. Of that amount, $45,000,000 was 
requested for the contractor defined-benefit pension shortfall, 
which the Committee recommendation has addressed elsewhere in 
this report. With this adjustment, the Committee recommendation 
of $194,030,000 is $9,372,000 below the request and $54,030,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. Consistent with 
fiscal year 2009 funding, funds provided under this heading are 
to address Idaho facility management operations, maintenance 
and repair; Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) operations and life-
extension program; environmental compliance; facility and 
infrastructure revitalization; and other necessary capital 
equipment purchases.
    Idaho Site-wide and Security Activities.--The Committee 
recommends $83,358,000, the same as the request, for 050 budget 
function activities (i.e. defense-related) available is 
provided in the Other Defense Activities account.
    Program direction.--The Committee recommends $77,872,000 
for program direction, the same as the budget request.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $500,000 for the following projects and 
activities. The Committee believes these projects are 
consistent with or complementary to the purpose and objectives 
of existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                 Fossil Energy Research and Development


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     a$876,320,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       617,565,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       617,565,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      -258,755,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 
aExcludes $3,400,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    Funds provided for Fossil Energy Research and Development 
are intended for research, development, and demonstration 
programs that help protect the environment by reducing carbon 
dioxide and pollutant emissions into the atmosphere, increase 
efficiency for power generation, and improve compliance and 
stewardship operations of fossil energy activities. The 
research funded under this account has the difficult goal of 
developing virtually pollution-free power plants, while 
increasing plant efficiency in order to compete with other 
forms of electricity generation. In addition to the importance 
of reducing carbon emissions in the United States, fossil 
energy research and development will potentially address the 
increasing carbon emissions from the developing world, which is 
rapidly increasing its use of fossil fuels.
    The Committee recommendation is $617,565,000, the same as 
the budget request.
    Carbon Sequestration.--The Committee recommends 
$144,865,000 for a carbon sequestration research, development, 
and demonstration program, $35,000,000 below the request. No 
funds are provided for the Carbon Capture and Storage Energy 
Innovation Hub. The Committee believes that carbon 
sequestration is critical to the future of coal power. It will 
be a key component of climate change mitigation strategies in 
the United States and globally. Carbon sequestration may be 
utilized to store carbon dioxide emissions not only from coal 
power plants, but also from natural gas power plants, as well 
as other industrial sources such as ethanol and cement plants. 
Further, the Committee directs the Office of Fossil Energy to 
continue to coordinate with the Office of Science to address 
the basic science needs for carbon sequestration, and with the 
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy to address 
opportunities for sequestration arising from ethanol, biomass, 
and industrial processes and waste.
    The Committee is concerned by the apparent overlap of 
programs funded under this heading in this and previous fiscal 
years, including CCPI, FutureGen, and Carbon Sequestration 
Regional Partnership. The Department is directed to provide a 
report to the Committee not later than six months after the 
date of enactment of this Act providing an updated integrated 
strategy and program plan, including activities supported by 
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, for its research, 
development, and demonstration efforts relevant to the 
management of greenhouse gas emissions.
    Fuels and power systems.--The Committee recommends a total 
of $249,450,000 for fuels and power systems, $25,450,000 above 
the budget request excluding carbon sequestration. The 
Committee provides $41,000,000 for Innovations at Existing 
Plants, the same as the budget request. The Committee is 
pleased that the Department is following congressional 
leadership in this area and investing in a rigorous research 
program on the potential for retrofitting existing coal plants 
for carbon dioxide capture and sequestration. The Committee 
directs the Department to continue to focus these R&D efforts 
on carbon dioxide capture technology for existing pulverized 
coal (PC) combustion plants, to include efforts on high-
strength materials for heat intensive operations, plant 
efficiency, and oxy-fuel combustion PC retrofit technology. The 
recommendation provides $55,000,000 for Advanced Integrated Gas 
Combined Cycle (IGCC), the same as the request, and $31,000,000 
for advanced turbines, the same as the request. The Committee 
believes that the key barriers to the adoption of these 
technologies are not at the laboratory scale but at the utility 
and commercial scales. The Committee recommends $40,450,000 for 
fuels, $25,450,000 above the request. The production of high 
purity hydrogen from coal holds potential as a supply source 
for hydrogen-based technologies in the future. The Committee 
recommends $54,000,000, the same as the budget request, for 
fuel cells. The Committee provides $28,000,000 for advanced 
research, the same as the budget request. Within the amount 
provided for advanced research, the Committee directs that 
$20,000,000 shall be awarded competitively among universities, 
other nonprofits, industry and national laboratories to 
establish a strong program for modeling and simulation 
capability that will permit the analysis of design tradeoffs, 
turbine operation and sequestration requirements, and other 
factors that can accommodate validated engineering and cost 
data related to fossil fuel power generation with carbon 
capture and storage.
    Natural gas technologies.--The Committee recommends 
$25,000,000 for methane gas hydrates research and development, 
the same as the budget request and $5,000,0000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted levels.
    Program direction.--The Committee recommends $158,000,000 
for program direction, the same as the budget request.
    Other.--The Committee recommendation includes $700,000 for 
special recruitment programs, $20,000,000 for plant and capital 
equipment, and $10,000,000 for fossil energy environmental 
restoration, same as the budget request.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $9,550,000 for the following projects 
and activities and for $1,550,000 of projects specified in bill 
language. The Committee believes these projects are consistent 
with or complementary to the purposes and objectives of 
existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                 Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $19,099,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        23,627,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        23,627,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +4,528,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves no longer serve 
the national defense purpose envisioned in the early 1900s, and 
consequently the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal 
year 1996 required the sale of the Government's interest in the 
Naval Petroleum Reserve 1 (NPR-1). To comply with this 
requirement, the Elk Hills field in California was sold to 
Occidental Petroleum Corporation in 1998. Following the sale of 
Elk Hills, the transfer of the oil shale reserves, and transfer 
of administrative jurisdiction and environmental remediation of 
the Naval Petroleum Reserve 2 (NPR-2) to the Department of the 
Interior, DOE retains one Naval Petroleum Reserve property, the 
Naval Petroleum Reserve 3 (NPR-3) in Wyoming (Teapot Dome 
field). This is a stripper well oil field that the Department 
is maintaining until it reaches its economic production limit. 
The DOE continues to be responsible for routine operations and 
maintenance of NPR-3, and management of the Rocky Mountain 
Oilfield Testing Center at NPR-3, and continuing environmental 
and remediation work at Elk Hills.
    The Committee recommendation for the operation of the Naval 
Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves is $23,627,000, $4,528,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as the 
budget request.

                      Strategic Petroleum Reserve


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $205,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       228,573,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       228,573,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +23,573,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The mission of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is to store 
petroleum to reduce the adverse economic impact of a major 
petroleum supply interruption to the U.S. and to carry out 
obligations under the international energy program. The current 
capacity of the Reserve is 727 million barrels. When filled in 
the beginning of fiscal year 2010, this will equal 71 days of 
net import protection for the United States economy.
    The Committee recommends $228,573,000, $23,573,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as the budget 
request. The funding increase over fiscal year 2009 is to 
replace a commercial storage cavern for a Bayou Choctaw site 
cavern posing environmental risks.

                   Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $9,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        11,300,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        11,300,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +1,500,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The acquisition and storage of heating oil for the 
Northeast began in August 2000 when the Department of Energy, 
through the Strategic Petroleum Reserve account, awarded 
contracts for the lease of commercial storage facilities and 
acquisition of heating oil. The purpose of the reserve is to 
assure home heating oil supplies for the Northeastern States 
during times of very low inventories and significant threats to 
the immediate supply of heating oil. The Northeast Heating Oil 
Reserve was established as a separate entity from the Strategic 
Petroleum Reserve on March 6, 2001. The 2,000,000 barrel 
reserve is stored in commercial facilities in New York Harbor, 
New Haven, Connecticut, and the Providence, Rhode Island area.
    The Committee recommendation for the Northeast Home Heating 
Oil reserve is $11,300,000, $1,500,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and the same as the budget request.

                   Energy Information Administration


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $110,595,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       133,058,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       121,858,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +11,263,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -11,200,000
 

    The Energy Information Administration (EIA) is a quasi-
independent agency within the Department of Energy established 
to provide timely, objective, and accurate energy-related 
information to the Congress, executive branch, state 
governments, industry, and the public. The information and 
analysis prepared by the EIA are widely disseminated and the 
agency is recognized as an unbiased source of energy 
information and projections by government organizations, 
industry, professional statistical organizations, and the 
public.
    The Committee recommendation for the Energy Information 
Administration is $121,858,000, $11,263,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $11,200,000 below the budget 
request, to continue ongoing activities, augment end-use and 
energy efficiency data, and enhance energy and financial 
markets data and reporting capabilities.

                  Non-Defense Environmental Management

    The Non-Defense Environmental Management program includes 
funds to manage and clean up sites used for civilian, energy 
research, and non-defense-related activities. These past 
activities resulted in radioactive, hazardous, and mixed waste 
contamination that requires remediation, stabilization, or some 
other action.
    Reprogramming authority.--The Committee continues to 
support the need for flexibility to meet changing funding 
requirements at sites. In fiscal year 2010, the Department may 
transfer up to $2,000,000 between projects and programs within 
the Non-Defense Environmental Management accounts, to reduce 
health or safety risks or to gain cost savings as long as no 
program or project is increased or decreased by more than 
$2,000,000 during the fiscal year. The account control points 
for reprogramming are the Fast Flux Test Reactor Facility, West 
Valley Demonstration Project, Gaseous Diffusion Plants, Small 
Sites, and construction line-items. This reprogramming 
authority may not be used to initiate new programs or programs 
specifically denied, limited, or increased by Congress in the 
Act or report. The Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and Senate must be notified within thirty days 
of the use of this reprogramming authority. Transfers which 
result in increases or decreases which would exceed the 
limitations outlined in previous paragraphs require prior 
notification of and approval by the House and Senate Committees 
on Appropriations.
    Economic development.--None of the Non-Defense 
Environmental Management funds, including those provided in the 
Non-Defense Environmental Cleanup and Uranium Enrichment 
Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund, are available for 
economic development activities.

                   Non-Defense Environmental Cleanup


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     a$261,819,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       237,517,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       237,517,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -24,302,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................               --
 
aExcludes $483,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5)

    The Committee recommendation for Non-Defense Environmental 
Cleanup is $237,517,000, the same as the budget request. The 
recommendation provides $58,074,000 for solid waste 
stabilization and disposition, and nuclear facility 
decontamination and decommissioning (D&D), at the West Valley 
Demonstration Project, the same as the budget request. The 
Committee recommends $104,444,000 for D&D of the gaseous 
diffusion plants, the same as the budget request. The 
recommendation provides $7,652,000 for the Fast Flux Test 
Reactor facility, the same as the budget request.
    Small Sites.--The Committee recommends $12,614,000 for 
Brookhaven National Laboratory, the same as the budget request, 
to accelerate the D&D of the graphite reactor.
    The Committee recommends $5,000,000, the same as the budget 
request, to address the excess contaminated facilities at Idaho 
National Laboratory.

      Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     a$535,503,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................      b559,377,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       559,377,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +23,874,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 
aExcludes $390,000,000 of funds from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act (PL 111-8).
bDoes not include the $200,000,000 utility fee proposed in the fiscal
  year 2010 request.

    The Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning 
Fund was established by the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (P.L. 
102-486) to pay for the cleanup of the three gaseous diffusion 
plants at Piketon, Ohio, Paducah, Kentucky, and East Tennessee 
Technology Park, Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Title X of the 1992 Act 
also authorized use of a portion of the fund to reimburse 
private licensees for the Federal government's share of the 
cost of cleaning up uranium and thorium processing sites. The 
1992 Act authorized the collection of revenues for 15 years to 
pay for authorized cleanup costs. The revenues are derived 
from: an assessment on domestic utilities of up to $150,000,000 
annually, based on a ratio of their purchases of enriched 
uranium to the total purchases from DOE, including those for 
defense; and federal government appropriations for the 
difference between the authorized funding under the Energy 
Policy Act and the assessment on utilities. The utility fee 
expired in 2007.
    The Committee recommends $559,377,000 for activities funded 
from the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning 
Fund, the same as the budget request. The Committee 
recommendation includes $87,501,000 for the Paducah and 
$246,876,000 for the Portsmouth gaseous diffusion plants. This 
also includes $225,000,000 for the accelerated decontamination 
and decommissioning of Oak Ridge East Tennessee Technology Park 
nuclear facilities.
    Escalating cleanup cost estimates prompted the 
Administration to submit a legislative proposal to restore the 
utility fee to up to $200,000,000 per year. The Committee 
recommendation does not include the legislative language 
reinstating the utility fee. Given the legislative proposal 
addresses a 25-year time horizon it is best addressed in the 
context of action by the relevant authorizing committees.

                                Science


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................   a$4,772,636,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     4,941,682,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     4,943,587,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      +170,951,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................        +1,905,000
 
a Excludes $1,600,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The Science account funds the Department's work on high 
energy physics, nuclear physics, biological and environmental 
research, basic energy sciences, advanced scientific computing, 
maintenance of the laboratories physical infrastructure, fusion 
energy sciences, safeguards and security, workforce development 
for teachers and scientists, and science program direction.
    The Committee recommendation is $4,943,587,000, $1,905,000 
above the budget request and $170,951,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level.

                          High Energy Physics

    The Committee recommends a total of $819,000,000 for High 
Energy Physics, the same as the request.
    The control level is at the High Energy Physics level.

                            Nuclear Physics

    The Committee recommendation for Nuclear Physics is 
$536,455,000, $15,545,000 below the request.
    The Committee recommends $111,816,000 for Low Energy 
Nuclear Physics, $5,000,000 below the request. From within 
these funds, the Committee recommends $12,000,000, $3,000,000 
above the request, for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.
    The Committee recommends $12,000,000 for the 12GeV 
continuous electron beam facility upgrade at the Thomas 
Jefferson Laboratory, $10,000,000 below the request in light of 
reduced requirements for the project.
    The Committee recommends $29,200,000, $10,000,000 above the 
request, for Isotope Development and Production for Research 
and Applications, University Operations. The Committee is aware 
that several universities, including the University of 
California at Davis and Idaho State University, operate 
facilities with the potential to make important contributions 
to the nation's supply of medical isotopes. The Committee 
directs the Department to work with the academic community to 
most cost-effectively increase the availability of medical 
isotopes.
    The control level is at the Nuclear Physics level.

                 Biological and Environmental Research

    The Committee recommends $597,182,000, $7,000,000 less than 
the request, for Biological and Environmental Research.
    The control level is at the Biological and Environmental 
Research level.

                         Basic Energy Sciences

    The Committee recommendation for Basic Energy Sciences is 
$1,675,000,000, $10,500,000 below the request. Within this sum, 
the Committee recommends $35,000,000 for one Energy Innovation 
Hub as described in the Research and Development Initiatives 
section of this report.
    The Committee recommends $365,112,000 for Materials 
Sciences and Engineering Research, including $10,020,000, 
$1,500,000 above the request, for EPSCOR, and $320,857,000 for 
Chemical Sciences, Geosciences, and Energy Biosciences.
    The Committee recommends $834,791,000, $23,000,000 above 
the request, for Scientific User Facilities. From within these 
funds, the Committee recommends $198,872,000, $15,000,000 above 
the request, for the Spallation Neutron Source, and 
$68,841,000, $8,000,000 above the request, for the High Flux 
Isotope Reactor, both at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

                 ADVANCED SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING RESEARCH

    The Committee recommendation is $409,000,000, the same as 
the request and $40,180,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
appropriation excluding emergency appropriations, for Advanced 
Scientific Computing Research.

                         FUSION ENERGY SCIENCES

    The Committee recommendation for fusion energy sciences is 
$441,000,000, $20,000,000 more than the request.
    From within these funds, the Committee recommends 
$20,000,000 for the laser fusion program at the Naval Research 
Laboratory (NRL), which has been funded in previous years from 
the accounts under the National Nuclear Security 
Administration. NRL has identified a path to inertial fusion 
energy that could substantially reduce the cost and the time to 
develop a practical fusion power source, based on krypton-
fluoride (KrF) lasers and high-performance directly driven 
targets. NRL researchers and their collaborators have developed 
a staged plan to systematically develop the needed science and 
technologies for the energy application. The Committee directs 
the Department of Energy to evaluate the potential of the KrF 
laser for commercial fusion and the merits of the staged 
development plan. The Office of Nuclear Energy shall take the 
lead in this evaluation, working with the Office of Science, 
and report to the Committee not later than August 31, 2009, on 
its findings.

                  SCIENCE LABORATORIES INFRASTRUCTURE

    The Committee recommends $133,600,000 for Science 
Laboratories Infrastructure, the same as the budget request.

                        SAFEGUARDS AND SECURITY

    The Committee recommends $83,000,000, the same as the 
budget request, to meet safeguards and security requirements at 
Office of Science facilities.

                       SCIENCE PROGRAM DIRECTION

    The Committee recommendation for Science Program Direction 
is $190,932,000, $22,790,000 below the request and $2,637,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 appropriation, excluding emergency 
appropriations, for Science Program Direction. Within these 
funds, $75,261,000 is recommended for Headquarters, 
$106,755,000 is recommended for Field Offices, and $8,916,000 
is recommended for the Office of Scientific and Technical 
Information.
    The control level is at the Science Program Direction 
level.

                     SCIENCE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

    The Committee recommends $20,678,000 for workforce 
development for teachers and scientists in fiscal year 2010, 
the same as the requested amount. By utilizing the Department's 
intellectual and physical assets to provide teachers with the 
opportunity to become teacher-scientists rather than teachers 
who happen to teach science, this program can significantly 
enhance the ability of teachers to involve their students in 
doing science rather than just reading about and reproducing 
well-established principles.

                   CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED PROJECTS

    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $37,740,000 for the following projects 
and activities. The Committee believes these projects are 
consistent with or complementary to the purposes and objectives 
of existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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               Advanced Research Projects Agency--Energy


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      a$15,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        10,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................                --
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        -5,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -10,000,000
 
aFunding provided under Science, excludes $400,000,000 of funding from
  the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided $400 
million for the establishment of the Advanced Research Projects 
Agency--Energy (ARPA-E). The Committee believes that, in 
addition to the fiscal year 2009 appropriation of $15,000,000 
(for program direction), this funding will allow ARPA-E to fund 
its first round of projects beginning in fiscal year 2010 and 
provides an appropriate foundation of project funding as ARPA-E 
ramps-up to full operation. The decision not to provide any 
additional funding for ARPA-E in fiscal year 2010 beyond the 
funding already provided does not in any way suggest a lack of 
commitment to this new program by the Committee. The Committee 
looks forward to ARPA-E becoming fully operational in fiscal 
year 2010 and beginning its important work of developing 
innovative and transformational energy technologies.
    The initial staffing and leadership of ARPA-E will be 
critical to its long-term success. While the Committee commends 
the Department for moving quickly on the establishment of ARPA-
E, there is concern that the timeline dictated by the agency's 
Funding Opportunity Announcement may outpace the selection of 
the Program Managers and a Director or an acting Director, as 
intended in the America COMPETES Act. The Committee encourages 
the Secretary to use all existing authorities to aggressively 
recruit staff that will be uniquely qualified to both make 
project funding decisions and create a distinct organizational 
culture for ARPA-E.

                         Nuclear Waste Disposal


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $145,390,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        98,400,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        98,400,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -46,990,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Department of Energy requested a total of $98,400,000 
for Nuclear Waste Disposal. The requested funds terminate the 
Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository. The Administration 
requested funds to continue to work supporting the Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission's licensing of the site with the purpose 
of informing the licensing process for the Yucca successor. A 
Blue Ribbon Commission will be named to evaluate repository 
alternatives.
    For Nuclear Waste Disposal in fiscal year 2010, the 
Committee recommends $98,400,000, the same as the budget 
request. Of this amount, $5,000,000 is made available to 
support the Blue Ribbon Commission as requested by the 
Administration. The Committee supports this effort and provides 
full funding based on information received from the Department. 
However, the elimination of particular alternatives currently 
being proposed by the Administration does raise concerns. Since 
the Department's overall strategy for the disposition and long-
term storage of nuclear material hinges upon the conclusions of 
this Commission, the analysis must be done on scientific merit 
using well-established scientific processes. There may be 
disagreement on whether Yucca Mountain is a suitable 
alternative, but the public investment made to date and the 
integrity of the scientific process warrant considering all 
alternatives. Therefore, the Committee makes the $5,000,000 
available for the Blue Ribbon Commission only for an analysis 
of alternatives that includes all options for nuclear waste 
disposal based on scientific merit, as previously discussed in 
the Management of Nuclear Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste 
section of this report. Additionally, the Committee directs 
that the proposed Blue Ribbon Commission shall include an 
appropriate level of representation of decommissioned reactor 
sites to ensure their interests are considered in the 
formulation of a national nuclear waste policy.
    The Committee also fully funds the request of $98,400,000 
for Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal for a total of $191,800,000 
to support the licensing activities on the Yucca Mountain 
nuclear waste repository at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission 
in fiscal year 2010 excluding the amount provided for the Blue 
Ribbon Commission. Not less than $70,000,000 of these funds 
shall be for the management contractor to retain the sufficient 
legal, scientific and technical expertise necessary to maintain 
and update the Yucca Mountain license application and its 
supporting documentation as may be required by the Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission. Further, the Committee recommends the 
statutory language that funds local units of government at 
levels proportional to the total funding provided at the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level.

         Title 17--Innovative Technology Loan Guarantee Program


                        Administrative Expenses


                          GROSS APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $19,880,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        43,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        43,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +23,120,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                          OFFSETTING RECEIPTS

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $19,880,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       -43,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       -43,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +23,120,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Loan Guarantee program under Title XVII of the Energy 
Policy Act is a key component of the overall national effort to 
invest in renewable and low-emissions energy generation, as 
well as improved electric power transmission. The Committee 
lauds the Department's new leadership for making the success of 
this program a top priority, but it urges the Department to 
translate its enthusiasm into action.
    Congress authorized the Title XVII Loan Guarantee program 
to support an historic investment into the nation's energy 
future. According to the Department of Energy, a total of 
approximately $111,000,000,000 in loan authority is now 
available to support improvements to our energy system. 
Congress authorized the Department to issue $4,000,000,000 of 
loan guarantee authority in Division B of Public Law 109-289, 
as amended by Public Law 110-5. This was followed in fiscal 
year 2008 with another $38,500,000,000 of loan authority. This 
amount included $10,000,000,000 for energy efficiency and 
renewable energy and advanced distribution, $18,500,000,000 for 
advanced nuclear power facilities, $2,000,000,000 for front-end 
nuclear fuel cycle activities, and $8,000,000,000 for low-
emissions, coal-based generation. The authority continued to 
grow in the fiscal year 2009 Omnibus appropriation, where 
$8,500,000,000 of additional authority was provided for 
renewables, distributed energy generation, and transmission. 
Then, finally, under Section 406 of Public Law 111-5 (American 
Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009) an additional 
$6,000,000,000 was provided to subsidize additional energy 
investments in renewable energy and transmission projects, 
resulting in approximately $60,000,000,000 in loan authority. 
The Committee stands ready to assist in advancing this program 
forward as quickly and as responsibly as possible.
    The Committee is encouraged that the Department has made 
significant recent progress on this program, including the 
selection of a photovoltaic manufacturer in March, 2009, for 
the first loan guarantee. The Committee is also aware that 
some, including supporters of nuclear power, feel additional 
loan guarantee authority is necessary to make a substantive 
impact on the energy sector. The Committee encourages the 
Department to work with the applicable authorizing committees 
to ensure that an appropriate balance of loan guarantee 
authority is available to support a reliable, carbon-neutral 
energy sector.
    The bill also contains language involving wage-rate 
requirements under Section 1702 of the Energy Policy Act of 
2005 (42 U.S.C. 16512).

        Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................               a--
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       $20,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        20,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +20,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 
aExcludes $7,510,000,000 of emergency funding from Public Law 110-329.

    The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 
established a direct loan program to support the development of 
advanced technology vehicles and associated components in the 
United States. The program provides loans to automobile and 
automobile part manufacturers for the cost of re-equipping, 
expanding, or establishing manufacturing facilities in the 
United States to produce advanced technology vehicles or 
qualified components, and for associated engineering 
integration costs.
    The Committee recommends $20,000,000 for the Advanced 
Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program, the same as the 
budget request.

                      Departmental Administration


                          GROSS APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $272,643,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       302,071,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       289,684,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +17,041,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -12,387,000
 

                                REVENUES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     $-117,317,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................      -119,740,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................      -119,740,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        -2,423,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                           NET APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $155,326,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       182,331,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       169,944,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +14,618,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -12,387,000
 

    The Committee recommendation for Departmental 
Administration is $289,684,000, $12,387,000 less than the 
budget request. The recommendation for revenues is 
$-119,740,000, the same as the budget request, resulting in a 
net appropriation of $169,944,000. Funding recommended for 
Departmental Administration provides for general management and 
program support functions benefiting all elements of the 
Department of Energy, including the National Nuclear Security 
Administration. The account funds a wide array of headquarters 
activities not directly associated with the execution of 
specific programs.
    The Committee encourages the Department to seriously 
consider and pursue the National Academy of Public 
Administration recommendations regarding mission support 
functions. In particular, the Committee supports the 
recommendation that the Department create an Undersecretary for 
Management position, or a Business Council consisting of the 
leadership of the four major mission-support functions--human 
resources, acquisition, financial management, and information 
technology--and chaired by the Secretary, to provide an ongoing 
forum where these critical functions can develop an integrated 
and mission-focused approach to serving their customers. It 
currently appears that there is room for consolidation of 
activities, or at a minimum, coordination and clarification 
among the offices that currently reside under the Deputy 
Secretary. In light of these concerns, the Committee provides 
no funds for the Portfolio Analysis activity within the 
Management Office or the Office of Program Analysis and 
Evaluation within the Office of the Chief Financial Officer 
until the Department can clarify the roles and interactions 
between the two activities and the Office of Policy and 
International Affairs.
    Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer.--The Committee 
recommends $29,537,000, the same as the request. Within the 
resources available, $350,000 shall be directed to contract 
with an expert independent entity to examine alternatives to 
providing human capital operation, such as a new Shared Service 
Center or using an existing federal service provider. This 
study should be submitted to the Committee by March 1, 2010.
    Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs.--The Committee 
recommends $1,500,000 from within the Departmental 
Administration, Office of Congressional Affairs account for the 
Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs, as authorized in 
Section 502 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the same as the 
budget request. Consistent with the authorization, the Office 
will coordinate and implement DOE energy management, 
conservation, education, and delivery systems for Native 
Americans.
    Office of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).--The Committee 
appreciates the dedication and enthusiasm that the CFO's office 
has shown during the transition period between Administrations. 
The Committee relies on this office to provide timely, factual 
notification of and responses to financial and program 
execution issues. However, the Committee is increasingly 
concerned with the level of coordination and information 
received from the CFO.
    Office of Cost Analysis (OCA).--The Department was directed 
in fiscal year 2009 to move the Office of Cost Analysis from 
the CFO office and consolidate the OCA with the existing cost 
estimating group within the Office of Management. The 
Department not only has taken no action on this direction, but 
the budget justifications clearly indicate a decision to 
maintain the Office of Cost Analysis within the CFO 
organization despite congressional direction. The Committee 
reiterates the direction provided in the Energy and Water 
Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2009 
that the Office of Cost Analysis be moved from the CFO office.
    The Committee supports strong actions to minimize the 
mission risk associated with the Department's existing cost 
estimating; however it fails to understand how the current 
organizational structure meets that goal. If the Department's 
objective is to create an organization similar to the Cost 
Analysis Improvement Group at the Department of Defense, cost 
estimating functions should either be consolidated, or a 
separate office should report directly to the Deputy Secretary 
as the official responsible for major investment decisions. 
Given the concerns expressed by this committee regarding cost 
estimating, the Department is also expected to aggressively 
pursue the recommendations of the GAO study requested by this 
Committee regarding cost estimating when available. The 
Committee is particularly interested in full, independent cost 
estimates of large capital projects. To the extent that a 
different organizational structure is necessary to achieve that 
goal, the Committee would welcome a dialogue to that end. 
However, the Committee generally opposes creating a new office 
to address an issue with existing mission functions--if cost 
estimating is truly broken at the Department, it should be 
addressed in a comprehensive fashion.
    Study of Internet Database on Renewable Energy Based 
Distributed Electricity Generation.--The Committee recognizes 
that the market for renewable energy based distributed 
electricity generation (RE-DG) is still in its infancy, 
particularly with respect to private financing opportunities. 
Despite a substantial increase in Federal grants and credit 
enhancements, private capital has been hesitant to underwrite 
all but the largest and most profitable ventures. The Committee 
believes that the federal government can play a productive role 
at encouraging private investment by making existing 
transactions more transparent and available on line. To 
understand this potential more clearly, the Committee directs 
the Department of Energy to study the merits of creating an 
internet database disclosing all (RE-DG) financing 
transactional data and documentation involving federal grants 
or loan guarantees.
    Disclosures would be limited to projects involving state 
and local governments and private commercial interests. The 
study would determine if the disclosure of a standard form and 
performance reports would help accelerate the market for (RE-
DG) by providing transparent, searchable, standardized 
information that would help facilitate private investor 
confidence, identify best practices and minimize fraud and 
systemic risk. The study shall include (1) the identification 
of categories of financial transactional information that could 
prove useful to potential investors in assessing the 
feasibility of supporting renewable energy projects; (2) an 
assessment of the costs involved in ensuring accurate 
collection and reporting of such information to the public; and 
(3) an assessment of any confidentiality or proprietary 
information concerns that could hinder disclosure of particular 
details over the internet. The study along with its 
recommendation as to the development of an internet database 
should be completed within one year of enactment.

                      Office Of Inspector General


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $51,927,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        51,445,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        51,927,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................                --
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................          +482,000
 

    The Office of Inspector General performs agency-wide audit, 
inspection, and investigative functions to identify and correct 
management and administrative deficiencies that create 
conditions for existing or potential instances of fraud, waste 
and mismanagement. The audit function provides financial and 
performance audits of programs and operations. The inspections 
function provides independent inspections and analyses of the 
effectiveness, efficiency, and economy of programs and 
operations. The investigative function provides for the 
detection and investigation of improper and illegal activities 
involving programs, personnel, and operations.
    The Committee recommendation is $51,927,000, the same as 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $482,000 above the 
budget request.

                    ATOMIC ENERGY DEFENSE ACTIVITIES

    The Atomic Energy Defense Activities programs of the 
Department of Energy in the National Nuclear Security 
Administration (NNSA) consist of Weapons Activities, Defense 
Nuclear Nonproliferation, Naval Reactors, and the Office of the 
Administrator; outside of the NNSA, these include Defense 
Environmental Management; Other Defense Activities; and Defense 
Nuclear Waste Disposal. Descriptions of each of these accounts 
are provided below.

                NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

    The Department of Energy is responsible for enhancing U.S. 
national security through the military application of nuclear 
technology and reducing the global danger from the 
proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The National 
Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), a semi-autonomous 
agency within the Department, carries out these 
responsibilities. Established in March 2000 pursuant to Title 
32 of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 
2000 (Public Law 106-65), NNSA is responsible for the 
management and operation of the Nation's nuclear weapons 
complex, naval reactors, and nuclear nonproliferation 
activities. Three offices within the NNSA carry out the 
Department's national security mission: the Office of Defense 
Programs, the Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation, and 
Naval Reactors. The Office of the NNSA Administrator oversees 
all NNSA programs.
    In the past, the Committee has criticized NNSA's priorities 
as disproportionately heavy on Weapons Activities and light on 
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation accounts. The Committee 
encourages NNSA to rectify this situation in future budgets. 
Since the NNSA has presented the fiscal year 2010 budget as a 
placeholder, the Committee will not belabor the point here, 
other than to re-iterate that the quantity, destructive power, 
and variety of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile far exceeds 
any requirement for deterrence of any deterrable adversary in 
the post-Cold War world. The impact on deterrence of even a 
series of multiple failures across multiple nuclear weapon 
types would be almost immeasurably small. In contrast, a single 
nuclear weapon falling into the hands of a non-deterrable 
adversary could have an impact on U.S. national security that 
would be almost immeasurably large. The Committee urges DOE to 
take a more targeted approach to this challenge in the future.
    The Committee is concerned that NNSA's budget request for 
the W-76 Life Extension Program does not reflect the needs of 
military clients. Given the ramifications that lack of 
coordination would have for the strategic security of the 
United States, it is incumbent upon NNSA to submit a budget 
request which supports the schedules of the Navy and the Air 
Force. The Committee directs NNSA to explicitly highlight in 
its future budget requests any instance in which its budget 
request will not support the military requirements of its Air 
Force and Navy clients, an explanation of the discrepancy, and 
an estimate of the additional budgetary resources that would be 
needed.
    The Committee recommends $9,215,062,000 for the NNSA, 
$729,965,000 below the budget request and $85,468,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 level. The reduction in the budget request is 
due primarily to the movement of $665,534,000 in activities to 
Other Defense Activities.

                           Weapons Activities


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $6,380,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     6,384,431,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     6,320,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -60,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -64,431,000
 

    The goal of the Weapons Activities program is to ensure the 
safety, security, reliability and performance of the Nation's 
nuclear weapons stockpile. The program seeks to maintain and 
refurbish nuclear weapons to sustain confidence in their 
security, safety and reliability under the nuclear testing 
moratorium and arms reduction treaties. The Committee 
recommends $6,320,000,000 for Weapons Activities, $64,431,000 
below the budget request and $60,000,000 below the fiscal year 
2009 level.
    Within this amount, the Committee recommends the use of 
$62,100,000 in prior year balances.
    Reprogramming authority.--The Committee provides limited 
reprogramming authority within the Weapons Activities account 
without submission of a reprogramming request to be approved in 
advance by the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. 
The reprogramming control levels will be as follows: 
subprograms within Directed Stockpile Work, Life Extension 
Programs, Stockpile Systems, Warhead Dismantlement, Stockpile 
Services, Science Campaigns, Engineering Campaigns, Advanced 
Simulation and Computing, Pit Manufacturing and Certification, 
Facilities and Infrastructure Recapitalization Program, and 
Readiness Campaigns. This will provide the flexibility needed 
to manage these programs. The Committee provides no 
reprogramming authority between site allocations for Readiness 
in Technical Base and Facilities (RTBF) Operations of 
Facilities. In addition, funding of not more than $5,000,000 
may be transferred between each of these categories and each 
construction project with the exception of the RTBF site 
allocations, subject to the following limitations: only one 
transfer may be made to or from any program or project; the 
transfer must be necessary to address a risk to health, safety 
or the environment; and funds may not be used for an item for 
which Congress has specifically denied funds or for a new 
program or project.
    The Department must notify Congress within 15 days of the 
use of this reprogramming authority. Transfers during the 
fiscal year which would result in increases or decreases which 
would exceed the limitations outlined in the previous paragraph 
require prior notification of and approval by the House and 
Senate Committees on Appropriations.
    U.S. Strategic Nuclear Weapons Strategy for the 21st 
Century and the Future Nuclear Weapons Stockpile.--While the 
Committee supports the goal of eventual elimination of nuclear 
weapons, the Committee sees no path leading to that goal, in 
light of (1) the difficulty of verifying very low numbers of 
nuclear weapons, and (2) the fact that substate actors do not 
observe any rules or agreements. The Committee therefore urges 
the Administration to focus on specific actions that, unlike 
discussions of abolition of nuclear weapons, offer concrete 
hope of reducing the probability of nuclear use and improving 
the cost/benefit ratio of the nuclear enterprise.
    Report on Nuclear Stockpile.--The Secretary of Energy 
shall, not later than December 1 of each year, submit a report 
to Congress specifying, for the due date of the report and 
projected for 5, 10, 15, and 20 years after that date, (1) the 
number of nuclear weapons of each type in the active and 
reserve stockpiles (2) the strategic rationale for each type, 
and (3) the past and projected future total direct lifecycle 
cost of each type.
    Report on Laboratory Directed Research and Development 
(LDRD).--The Committee is concerned that LDRD in the weapons 
laboratories is insufficiently targeted on evolving national 
security needs. The Committee therefore encourages the weapons 
laboratories to devote a substantial porportion of their LDRD 
to countering threats not deterrable by threat of nuclear 
retaliation, and to seeking means to render deterrable those 
threats presently considered nondeterrable. The Committee 
directs the Administrator of NNSA to submit to the 
Appropriations Committee of the House and Senate, not later 
than six months after enactment of this Act and annually 
thereafter, a report on LDRD activities and achievements 
addressing these goals.
    Report on National Threat Reduction Center.--The Committee 
directs the NNSA Administrator to submit to the Appropriations 
Committees of the House and Senate, not later than six months 
after enactment of this Act, a report on the utility of a 
National Threat Reduction Center. This report will state NNSA's 
view of the utility of such a center for technology development 
of treaty-related verification of seismic, radiation, and 
electromagnetic signatures of nuclear tests and nuclear weapons 
presence, of development of multi-sensor fusion for maximum 
sensitivity of detection, and for evaluation of the limits of 
detection and ability to hide weapons activities. The report 
will include an evaluation of potential sites for such a 
center. The report will include NNSA's view of how relevant 
Work for Others, including work for allied governments, can be 
performed without NNSA absorbing any direct or overhead costs 
of such work. The Administrator shall invite the Intelligence 
Community, the State Department Bureau of Verification, 
Compliance, and Implementation, and other relevant potential 
United States Government users of such a center to submit 
annexes stating their views of the utility of such a center.

                     DIRECTED STOCKPILE WORK (DSW)

    The Committee recommends $1,472,467,000 for Directed 
Stockpile Work (DSW), $42,184,000 below the budget request. 
Directed Stockpile Work includes all activities that directly 
support weapons in the nuclear stockpile, including 
maintenance, research, development, engineering, certification, 
dismantlement, and disposal activities. The DSW account 
provides all the direct funding for the Department's life 
extension activities, which are designed to extend the service 
life of the existing nuclear weapons stockpile by providing new 
subsystems and components for each warhead as needed.
    Stockpile Systems.--The Committee recommends $325,300,000 
for the DSW Stockpile Systems activities, $65,000,000 below the 
request.
    B61 Phase 6.2/2A ``Refurbishment'' Study.--The Committee 
recommends no funds for the requested study of the B61-12 
nuclear bomb. As stated earlier this report, the Committee will 
not support a major warhead redesign in the absence of clearly 
defined nuclear weapons strategy, stockpile, and complex plans. 
In light of the evolving strategic climate, the B61 is 
particularly in need of a clearly articulated strategy. Since 
the required plans have not been delivered, the Committee 
recommends no funding for the B-61 Phase 6.2/2A 
``Refurbishment'' Study.
    Weapons Dismantlement and Disposition.--Weapons 
dismantlement and disposition are essential, both to reduce the 
number of weapons that must be secured at great cost, and to 
send a message to the international community that the United 
States is indeed serious about nuclear arms reduction. The 
Committee is encouraged by the NNSA's request of $84,100,000 
for Weapons Dismantlement and Disposition, which is $26,862,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 appropriation. The Committee 
recommends $108,916,000 for Weapons Dismantlement and 
Disposition, $24,816,000 above the request, in order to further 
increase the dismantlement rate. The Committee directs NNSA to 
use such portions of this increase for Containers, Storage, and 
Material Recycle and Recovery as are needed to execute the 
dismantlement program thus funded, while giving highest 
priority to prompt dismantlement itself. The Committee urges 
NNSA, in future submissions, to include dismantlement-generated 
needs for Containers, Storage, and Material Recycle and 
Recovery in a unified Dismantlement line, and while doing so to 
give highest priority to prompt dismantlement itself.
    Life Extension Programs.--The Committee recommends 
$233,196,000 for the W76 DSW Life Extension Program, 
$24,000,000 above the request, in order to achieve the Navy 
refit schedule.
    Plutonium Infrastructure Sustainment.--The Committee 
supports continued plutonium infrastructure sustainment. The 
Committee also accepts, with some skepticism, NNSA's contention 
that preservation of plutonium capability requires the actual 
manufacture of plutonium pits, although the W88 pits now being 
produced are for a Cold War weapon poorly suited to the 21\st\ 
Century threat. Under present plans, the production run of W88 
pits will be completed in approximately three years, leaving no 
more pits to be produced to sustain the plutonium capability. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends $123,201,000 for 
Plutonium Infrastructure Sustainment, $26,000,000 below the 
request in order to produce W88 pits at a minimum rate and 
extend plutonium capability, pending resolution of nuclear 
strategy issues.
    Other than B61 Phase 2.2A, W76 Life Extension, Weapons 
Dismantlement and Disposition, and Plutonium Infrastructure 
Sustainment, the Committee recommends funding for Directed 
Stockpile Work as requested. However, the Committee notes that 
the W80 Stockpile Systems request line has been sharply reduced 
in a manner that generally precedes a decision to retire a 
weapon. In light of the constrained budget, the Committee urges 
NNSA to resolve this issue without delay.

                               CAMPAIGNS

    Campaigns are focused on efforts involving the three 
weapons laboratories, the Nevada Test Site, the weapons 
production plants, and selected external organizations to 
address critical capabilities needed to achieve program 
objectives. For Campaigns, the Committee recommends 
$1,593,591,000, which is $33,861,000 above the request and 
$26,759,000 below the fiscal year 2009 appropriation.
    Science Campaign.--The Committee recommends $296,439,000, 
$20,251,000 below the request. The Committee commends NNSA for 
its outstanding Stockpile Stewardship program, which has 
performed better than expected and has created a technically 
superior alternative to nuclear testing. Stockpile Stewardship 
has enabled us to observe nuclear weapons phenomena more 
directly, in far more detail, and using statistically more 
significant samples than are possible with nuclear testing. 
Because of current progress in Stockpile Stewardship, in 
particular the recent results from the Dual-Axis Radiographic 
Hydrodynamic Test Facility (DARHT), the Committee finds no 
evidence that nuclear testing would add a useful increment to 
the immense and expanding body of weapons knowledge arising 
from Stockpile Stewardship. This is doubly fortuitous in that 
nuclear testing cannot be executed because of probable 
diplomatic and nuclear proliferation reactions as well as 
likely local opposition to nuclear testing. The Committee 
commends NNSA for requesting no dedicated funding for nuclear 
test readiness.
    The Committee recommends no funds for the $30,251,000 
requested Academic Alliances new program. While the 
Administration's budget justification material describes this 
as a consolidation of activities formerly funded in other 
programs, there is no concomitant reduction in those program 
lines. Therefore, the Committee must regard this program as a 
significant increase over that of fiscal year 2009, and does 
not find adequate justification for this major increase in an 
account with such limited funding. The Administration may 
continue its academic cooperation in the same programs that 
were funded in fiscal year 2009.
    The Committee includes $96,617,000, $10,000,000 above the 
budget request, for Dynamic Materials Properties to partially 
offset the costs of incorporating the activities formerly 
funded under Dynamic Plutonium Experiments.
    Engineering Campaign.--For Engineering Campaign, the 
Committee recommends $174,112,000, $24,112,000 above the 
request. Within this amount, $66,112,000 is provided only for 
Enhanced Surety of which, at minimum, $30,000,000 is provided 
only for enhanced surety intrinsic to the weapon. The Committee 
directs that priority for Enhanced Surety go to those weapon 
types at greatest long-term risk.
    Inertial Confinement Fusion and High Yield Campaign.--The 
Committee recommendation provides $461,915,000 for the Inertial 
Confinement Fusion and High Yield Campaign, $25,000,000 above 
the request. Within this campaign, the Committee recommends 
$268,929,000, $20,000,000 above the request, for Facility 
Operations and Target Production including not less than 
$8,800,000 for the Laboratory for Laser Energetics. Within the 
Inertial Confinement Fusion and High Yield Campaign, the 
Committee recommends $77,252,000, $5,000,000 above the request, 
for NIF Diagnostics, Cryogenics and Experimental Support, 
including not less than $4,000,000 for the Laboratory for Laser 
Energetics.
    Advanced Simulation and Computing Campaign.--The Committee 
recommends $561,125,000 for the Advanced Simulation and 
Computing Campaign, $5,000,000 above the request. Within this 
amount, $5,000,000 is provided for National Security Science, 
Technology and Engineering Activities for the purpose of 
technology assessments of nuclear weapons that could be 
employed by sub-state actors or potentially hostile minor 
nuclear powers.
    Readiness Campaign.--The Committee recommends $100,000,000 
for the Readiness Campaign, the same as the request.

           READINESS IN TECHNICAL BASE AND FACILITIES (RTBF)

    The Committee recommends $1,779,340,000 for Readiness in 
Technical Base and Facilities, $42,992,000 above the request. 
Out of this sum, $229,774,000, $19,000,000 above the request, 
is provided for Y-12 Plant operations and $139,602,000, 
$8,000,000 above the request, is provided for Pantex Plant 
operations.
    The Administration has described the need for two major new 
facilities in the weapons complex: the Uranium Processing 
Facility (UPF) at Y-12 Complex, and the plutonium capabilities 
of the Chemistry and Metallurgy Research Replacement (CMRR) 
facility at Los Alamos National Laboratory. The tightly 
constrained budget does not permit construction of both 
simultaneously, and the request funds both programs at 
sustainment levels pending a decision on prioritization. The 
Committee commends NNSA for its now completed ultra-secure 
design of the Highly Enriched Uranium Materials Facility, and 
notes that UPF is planned to incorporate the same security 
standards. For this reason as well as its uranium downblending 
nonproliferation benefits, the Committee's recommendation 
includes $101,470,000 for UPF, $49,992,000 above the request, 
to achieve Critical Decision 2, and to fund the procurement of 
long-lead items if necessary. The Committee's recommendation 
includes $55,000,000, the same as the request, for CMRR; these 
funds are recommended only for the Radiological Laboratory/
Utility/Office Building and the ongoing design of CMRR-NF.
    Radioactive Liquid Waste Treatment Facility Upgrade.--No 
funding is recommended for 06-D-140-03, Radioactive Liquid 
Waste Treatment Facility Upgrade (PED), for which $11,000,000 
was requested. The Committee is concerned with the significant 
cost overruns that the design has already experienced, and has 
delayed funding for this project until NNSA resolves the 
substantial problems communicated by the Defense Nuclear 
Facilities Safety Board in its February 6, 2009 letter.
    Pit Disassembly and Conversion Facility (PDCF).--While the 
Committee strongly supports elimination of weapons-grade 
material, in light of the uncertain future of PDCF and the 
variety of options currently being evaluated by NNSA, the 
Committee recommends $10,321,000 for 99-D-141 PDCF, $20,000,000 
below the request.
    LANSCE.--The Committee is concerned that the budget request 
eliminates funding for the LANSCE-R project without a clear 
analysis of alternatives. The Committee directs NNSA to submit 
to the Committee, not later than August 31, 2009, a detailed 
description of current work done at LANSCE, a specific 
explanation of alternative sites where such work could be done, 
and an analysis of the budget resources, including security 
costs, needed to upgrade or otherwise modify the alternative 
sites.
    Horizontally Integrated Contracting.--The Committee is 
concerned that because each site contracts for its own 
purchases of ammunition and other equipment, NNSA is not able 
to take advantage of quantity discounts that would be available 
if contracts for procurement of such equipment were negotiated 
complex-wide. The Committee directs the Administrator to take 
every opportunity for savings via complex-wide contracting, and 
to submit a report, to the Appropriations Committees of the 
House and Senate, within six months of passage of this Act, on 
NNSA's progress on complex-wide contracting.
    Disaggregated Construction Contracting.--The Committee has 
reason to expect that, by contracting for construction directly 
rather than through the Maintenance and Operations prime 
contractor, NNSA could avoid significant overhead charges. The 
Committee directs the Administrator to submit a report to the 
Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate, within six 
months of enactment of this Act, on savings to be expected by 
direct contracting for construction, and on whether the 
greatest savings would be found on individual job, individual 
site, or complex-wide contracting.

                      SECURE TRANSPORTATION ASSET

    The Secure Transportation Asset program provides for the 
safe, secure movement of nuclear weapons, special nuclear 
materials, and non-nuclear weapon components between military 
locations and nuclear weapons complex facilities within the 
United States. The Committee recommends $243,915,000, 
$9,000,000 above the request, for the Secure Transportation 
Asset, and directs that Secure Transportation Asset resume 
execution of its plan for a fleet of 51 SGT transporters by 
fiscal year 2011.

               NUCLEAR COUNTERTERRORISM INCIDENT RESPONSE

    The Nuclear Counterterrorism Incident Response program 
responds to and mitigates nuclear and radiological incidents 
worldwide. The Committee recommends $221,936,000, the same as 
the request, for Nuclear Counterterrorism Incident Response.

     FACILITIES AND INFRASTRUCTURE RECAPITALIZATION PROGRAM (FIRP)

    The FIRP program was begun in fiscal year 2002 to reduce 
the deferred maintenance requirements that built up across the 
nuclear weapons complex. Because of budget limitations, the 
Committee recommendation for Facilities and Infrastructure 
Recapitalization Program is $93,922,000, $61,000,000 below the 
budget request. The Committee accepts the Administration's 
proposal to reduce construction projects by $57,936,000, 
compared to fiscal year 2009.

                            SITE STEWARDSHIP

    Site Stewardship includes Environmental Projects and 
Operations. Nuclear Materials Integration, and Stewardship 
Planning. While the Committee supports the objectives of this 
program, because of budget limitations the Committee recommends 
$62,374,000, $28,000,000 less than the request, for Site 
Stewardship.

                        SAFEGUARDS AND SECURITY

    Cyber Security.--The Committee recommends funding Cyber 
Security at $122,511,000, the same as the request.
    Defense Nuclear Security.--The Committee recommends 
$789,044,000 for Defense Nuclear Security, $40,000,000 above 
the request. Within these funds, the Committee provides 
$15,000,000 for security upgrades needed to complete security 
features intended to implement the protection strategy 
promulgated in the April 2004 special annex letter and 
incorporated in the 2008 Graded Security Protection Policy. The 
Committee expects NNSA to ensure the funding is used to 
complete physical features that maximize the benefit of 
previously completed upgrades. Within Defense Nuclear Security 
funding, the Committee also provides $25,000,000 above the 
request for improved training and equipment.

                          FUNDING ADJUSTMENTS

    Previously Appropriated Balances.--The Committee rescinds 
$62,100,000 in prior year balances and directs their use to 
meet fiscal year 2010 needs as described above.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $3,000,000 for the following projects 
and activities. The Committee believes these projects are 
consistent with or complementary to the purposes and objectives 
of existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                    Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $1,482,350,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     2,136,709,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     1,471,175,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -11,175,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................      -665,534,000
 

    The Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation account includes 
funding for Nonproliferation and Verification Research and 
Development; Nonproliferation and International Security; 
Nonproliferation Programs with Russia including International 
Materials Protection, Control, and Cooperation, Elimination of 
Weapons-Grade Plutonium Production; Fissile Materials 
Disposition; and the Global Threat Reduction Initiative.
    The Committee's recommendation for Defense Nuclear 
Nonproliferation is $1,471,175,000, which is $665,534,000 below 
the budget request. This reduction reflects the Committee's 
recommendation that $665,534,000 comprising the construction 
and operation of the Mixed-Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility and 
the Waste Solidification Building be executed out of the Other 
Defense Activities appropriation.

       NONPROLIFERATION AND VERIFICATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

    The nonproliferation and verification research and 
development program conducts applied research, development, 
testing, and evaluation of science and technology for 
strengthening the United States response to threats to national 
security posed by the proliferation of nuclear weapons and 
special nuclear materials. Activities center on the design and 
production of operational sensor systems needed for 
proliferation detection, treaty verification, nuclear warhead 
dismantlement initiatives, and intelligence activities.
    The Committee recommends $297,300,000 for Nonproliferation 
and Verification Research and Development, the same as the 
budget request. The Committee directs that programs for nuclear 
detection be awarded on the basis of merit, and not be limited 
to the national laboratories.
    Annual reporting requirement.--The Committee directs the 
Department to prepare an annual report on each project with the 
baseline cost, scope and schedule, deliverables, and the public 
or private entity performing the research and development, and 
the proposed user and submit this with the fiscal year 2011 
budget request.

              NONPROLIFERATION AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY

    The Committee recommendation provides $187,202,000 for 
Nonproliferation and International Security, $20,000,000 less 
than the budget request and $37,202,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 appropriation. The Committee is concerned that the 
Nonproliferation and International Security Congressional 
justification included an intent to ``extract actionable 
information'' on illicit supplier networks. This mission, by 
statute, is the domain of the intelligence community.
    Warhead Dismantlement and Fissile Materials Transparency.--
The Committee recommends $72,763,000 for Warhead Dismantlement 
and Fissile Materials Transparency, which is $20,000,000 below 
the request and $37,202,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
appropriation. The reduction is due to recent setbacks in 
negotiations with North Korea and the subsequent slow-down in 
preparations for dismantlement activities. The Committee 
recommendation still includes $20,000,000 to support the 
development of the tools necessary to verify and dismantle the 
North Korean nuclear program should progress be made in 
negotiations. These activities will also support other 
nonproliferation efforts worldwide.
    International Nuclear Safeguards and Engagement Program.--
The Committee recommends $50,708,000 for the International 
Nuclear Safeguards and Engagement Program, which is the same as 
the request and $6,632,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
appropriation. As mentioned, the development of the Next 
Generation Safeguards Initiative should not focus on the 
development of ``actionable'' information as this mission 
should be left to the intelligence community.
    Global Initiatives for Proliferation Prevention (IPP) 
Program.--The Committee strongly supports the goal of 
preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) 
expertise by re-directing it into non-WMD jobs. The Committee 
recommends $20,000,000, the same as the request, and $5,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 appropriation. None of these funds 
may be obligated or expended for, or in support of, Russian 
institutes conducting work on or with Iranian nuclear 
technology or facilities.

       INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR MATERIALS PROTECTION AND COOPERATION

    The International Nuclear Materials Protection and 
Cooperation (MPC&A) program is designed to work cooperatively 
with Russia and the border states of the former Soviet Union to 
secure weapons and weapons-usable nuclear material. The focus 
is to improve the physical security at facilities that possess 
or process significant quantities of nuclear weapons-usable 
materials that are of proliferation concern. Programmatic 
activities include installing monitoring equipment, 
inventorying nuclear material, improving the Russian security 
culture, and establishing a security infrastructure.
    The Committee recommends $592,050,000 for MPC&A activities, 
$39,750,000 above the request and $192,050,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 appropriation.
    Civilian Nuclear Sites.--The Committee recommends 
$73,481,000 for the protection of civilian nuclear sites, 
$30,000,000 above the request and $37,939,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 appropriation. The Committee recommends that the 
additional $30,000,000 be applied to high priority work outside 
the former Soviet Union.
    National Programs and Sustainability.--The Committee 
recommends $68,469,000 for maintaining Russia and other 
partners' security upgrades. Establishing a security culture at 
Russian nuclear sites and increased cost-sharing with Russia as 
the programs enter the sustainability phase are Committee 
priorities.
    Second Line of Defense (SLD).--The Committee recommends 
$88,432,000 for the SLD core program, $10,000,000 above the 
request and $16,515,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
appropriation. The additional funds should be directed toward 
upgrading Russian border security sites. The recommendation 
includes $194,014,000 for Megaports, $250,000 less than the 
request.

           ELIMINATION OF WEAPONS-GRADE PLUTONIUM PRODUCTION

    The Committee recommendation for the Elimination of 
Weapons-Grade Plutonium Production Program (EWGPP) is 
$24,507,000, the same as the budget request and $116,792,000 
less than the fiscal year 2009 appropriation. EWGPP is a 
cooperative effort with the Federation of Russia to halt 
plutonium production at the only three nuclear plutonium power-
generation reactors still in operation, two located at Seversk 
and one at Zheleznogorsk. The Committee lauds the Office of 
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation for nearing completion on this 
decade-long project to prevent the production of an additional 
25 metric tons of weapons-grade plutonium had the Russian 
reactors continued to operate.

                     FISSILE MATERIALS DISPOSITION

    The Committee recommendation provides $36,366,000 for 
fissile materials disposition activities, the same as the 
budget request excluding the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication (MOX) 
and Waste Solidification Building (WSB). No funding for MOX and 
WSB is recommended here since funding for these programs has 
been provided in Other Defense Activities. The Fissile Material 
Disposition Program is directed to continue collaboration with 
Russia on gas-reactors using available resources.

                   GLOBAL THREAT REDUCTION INITIATIVE

    The Global Threat Reduction Initiative (GTRI) mission is to 
identify, secure, remove and facilitate the disposition of 
high-risk, vulnerable nuclear and radiological materials and 
equipment around the world. The Committee recommends 
$333,500,000 for GTRI activities. The Committee strongly 
supports GTRI's mission to secure vulnerable material worldwide 
as quickly as possible. However, the Committee is concerned 
that funds are not being spent to secure the most vulnerable 
materials first. The Committee recognizes that agreements have 
been reached that obligate GTRI to secure material in low-risk 
countries but all efforts should be made to address the most 
vulnerable material first. Within this initiative, the 
Committee recommends:
    Highly Enriched Uranium Reactor Conversion.--The Committee 
recommends $71,500,000 for Highly Enriched Uranium Reactor 
Conversion, which is the same as the request and $11,847,000 
less than the fiscal year 2009 appropriation. This essential 
program will accelerate conversion of uranium reactors from 
Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) to Low-Enriched Uranium (LEU) 
which is an order of magnitude less suited for use in an 
improvised nuclear weapon. The Committee commends NNSA for its 
progress in developing the technologies to enable conversion of 
HEU reactors to LEU.
    The Committee is deeply concerned with the current 
shortfall in supplies of the isotope Molybdenum-99 (Mo-99), 
which is used for medical purposes. The Committee is aware that 
civilian facilities throughout the country have the ability to 
increase production of this important isotope. The Committee is 
aware that Mo-99 can be produced using low-enriched uranium, 
and that the Department is working to help convert domestic 
reactors to its use. The Committee encourages the Department to 
request additional funds for this program or identify existing 
resources if such funds can speed the conversion of these 
reactors.
    The Committee has included an additional $10,000,000 for 
university reactors in Office of Science Medical Isotope 
Production and Applications, University Operations. The 
Committee directs that activities to support the short-term 
production of critical isotopes in short supply, including Mo-
99, be given the highest priority for this funding. The 
Department should also evaluate the need for material 
processing facilities to support this effort.
    Gap Nuclear Material Removal.--The Committee recommends 
$31,000,000 for Gap Nuclear Material Removal, which is 
$20,000,000 less than the request and $23,721,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 appropriation. The reduction is in response to 
recent set-backs in negotiations with North Korea. 
Preparations, including long-lead procurement, should continue 
to be taken for dismantling the North Korean program, and 
$20,000,000 is provided for this effort.
    BN-350 Nuclear Material Protection.--The Committee 
recommends $9,000,000, the same as the request, for BN-350 
nuclear material protection. This marks the final phase of an 
important effort in Kazakhstan to secure approximately 3,000 
kilograms of weapons grade plutonium and 10,000 kilograms of 
HEU in spent fuel.
    Concern Regarding Small Business.--The Committee is 
concerned that NNSA is not providing appropriate opportunities 
to small businesses qualified to take part in the Global Threat 
Reduction Initiative. The Committee directs the NNSA to report 
to the Committee not later than 30 days following enactment of 
this Act on the status of awards during fiscal years 2009 and 
2010 under the DOE/NNSA's Global Threat Reduction Initiative 
Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) small business 
program. NNSA shall consider transfering the IDIQ small 
business contracts from the NNSA Service Center to the Office 
of the Administrator at NNSA.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $250,000 for the following projects and 
activities. The Committee believes these projects are 
consistent with or complementary to the purposes and objectives 
of existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                             Naval Reactors


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $828,054,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     1,003,133,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     1,003,133,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      +175,079,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Naval Reactors program is responsible for all aspects 
of naval nuclear propulsion from technology development through 
reactor operations to ultimate reactor plant disposal. The 
program provides for the design, development, testing, and 
evaluation of improved naval nuclear propulsion plants and 
reactor cores. These efforts are critical to ensuring the 
safety and reliability of 102 operating Naval reactor plants 
and to developing the next generation reactor. The Committee 
recommendation provides $1,003,133,000, the same as the 
request, for Naval Reactors activities.

                      Office of the Administrator


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $439,190,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       420,754,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       420,754,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -18,436,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Office of the Administrator of the National Nuclear 
Security Administration (NNSA) provides corporate planning and 
oversight for Defense Programs, Defense Nuclear 
Nonproliferation, and Naval Reactors, including the NNSA field 
offices in New Mexico, Nevada, and California. The Committee 
recommendation is $420,754,000, the same as the request. 
Consistent with the request, this sum includes the use of 
$10,320,000 in prior year balances.
    The Committee recommendation provides $12,000, the same as 
the request, for official reception and representation expenses 
for the NNSA.
    Program Direction for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation.--
The Administrator is directed to support the increase in 
Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation activities with sufficient 
resources for expanded nuclear nonproliferation activities.
    Support to Minority Colleges and Universities.--The 
Committee commends NNSA for its aggressive program to take 
advantage of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities 
(HBCU) educational institutions across the country in order to 
deepen the recruiting pool of diverse scientific and technical 
staff available to the NNSA and its national laboratories in 
support of the nation's national security programs. The 
Committee recommends $31,000,000, including $3,300,000 for the 
Dr. Samuel P. Massie Chairs of Excellence, as the NNSA 
contribution to the Department's support for HBCUs. The 
Committee expects the Department to provide financial support 
in rough parity to both HBCUs and the Hispanic Serving 
Institutions (HSI).
    Educational Advancement Alliance HBCU Graduate program.--
The Committee further recommends $5,000,000 to support the 
Educational Advancement Alliance HBCU Graduate program. The 
Committee directs these funds to be used for scholarships to 
HBCU graduates pursuing a graduate program leading to a degree 
in the sciences within five years of graduation from the HBCU. 
The program will include a National Conference for Potential 
Scholars and an endowment.
    Defense Environmental Management Program for Argonne 
National Laboratories.--The Committee directs $10,000,000 in 
previously appropriated funds be transferred from the Office of 
the Administrator to the Defense Environmental Management 
Program for Argonne National Laboratories to address the 
radioactive contamination and material legacy that exists at 
the site for facilities that are no longer used and require 
remediation.
    Congressionally Directed Projects.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $13,000,000 for the following projects 
and activities. The Committee believes these projects are 
consistent with or complementary to the purpose and objectives 
of existing Department of Energy activities and authorizations 
passed by Congress. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with recipients of congressionally designated 
funding to ensure that funded projects are consistent with 
authorized energy purposes and goals. The Department should 
remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing requirements may 
apply to these projects.

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                    Defense Environmental Management

    The Defense Environmental Management (EM) program is 
responsible for identifying and reducing risks and managing 
waste at sites where the Department carried out defense-related 
nuclear research and production activities that resulted in 
radioactive, hazardous, and mixed waste contamination requiring 
remediation, stabilization, or some other cleanup action.
    The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has reported 
that EM construction and operating projects have experienced 
cost increases and schedule delays. The estimated cost 
increases for construction projects have been billions above 
initial cost estimates. The GAO has specifically focused on the 
Waste Treatment Plant at the Hanford Site, which has 
experienced multi-billion-dollar cost increases and a schedule 
delay of over eight years. EM's operating projects have also 
struggled to be on cost and schedule. In September 2008, the 
GAO reported that 9 of 10 major EM projects had cost increases 
ranging from $25 billion to $42 billion in total. The Committee 
expects improved project management to prevent further cost 
increases and schedule delays in EM projects.
    Hanford Tanks.--The Hanford site receives more than 
$1,000,000,000 in annual appropriations for its tank waste 
cleanup efforts. Under the Tri-Party Agreement between the 
Department of Energy (DOE), the Environmental Protection 
Agency, and the State of Washington Department of Ecology, DOE 
is required to complete the treatment of Hanford's tank waste. 
The Committee directed GAO to examine the condition, contents 
and long-term stability of Hanford's underground tanks; DOE's 
strategy for managing the tanks and the waste they contain; 
and, the extent to which DOE has weighed the risks and benefits 
of its tank management strategy against the growing costs of 
that strategy. The GAO continues to examine this program and 
has concerns regarding the uncertainties and risks of the 
Department's current strategy. EM should be implementing GAO's 
findings to the extent practicable.
    Status Report on ARRA Funding and EM Progress.--The 
Committee looks forward to EM updating its progress after 
receiving fiscal year 2010 and ARRA funding. This funding, 
which in some cases exceeds the annual appropriation for some 
sites, should complete work scope and enable EM to shift more 
of its focus in the years ahead to its most complex projects. 
The Committee directs EM to update appendices A and B, pp. A1-
B9, from their recently submitted report pursuant to Section 
3130 of the fiscal year 2008 National Defense Authorization Act 
(P.L. 110-81). The updates should include both ARRA funding and 
the fiscal year 2010 request or enacted, if available. These 
appendices contain Enforceable Milestones, Commitment dates, 
and Life-Cycle Costs by Project Baseline Summary, among other 
data. A column should be added to these tables that indicates 
the change in status and commitments since the first submission 
of the report. These updates shall be submitted to the 
Committee not later than April 1, 2010.
    Committee Expectations.--ARRA and the fiscal year 2010 
request provide EM an opportunity to showcase the management 
improvements they have undertaken in recent years at the 
encouragement of the Committee and GAO. For years EM has 
maintained that milestones were not achieved due to lack of 
funding. With the resources available, funding should not be 
the limiting factor in the current fiscal year. The Committee 
expects that the findings and concerns raised by the Committee 
and the GAO will be taken into consideration in implementing 
the program and setting priorities.
    Reprogramming Authority.--The Committee continues to 
support the need for flexibility to meet changing funding 
requirements at sites. As EM demonstrates improved project 
management, the Committee is willing to engage the Department 
on increased flexibility. In fiscal year 2010, the Department 
may transfer up to $5,000,000 within accounts, and between 
accounts, as noted in the table below, without prior 
congressional approval, to reduce health or safety risks or to 
gain cost savings as long as no program or project is increased 
or decreased by more than $5,000,000 in total during the fiscal 
year. This reprogramming authority may not be used to initiate 
new programs or to change funding for programs specifically 
denied, limited, or increased by Congress in the Act or report. 
The Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate must 
be notified within thirty days of the use of this reprogramming 
authority. Transfers which result in increases or decreases 
which would exceed the limitations outlined in previous 
paragraphs require prior notification of and approval by the 
House and Senate Committees on Appropriations.
    Account Control Points:
          
 Closure Sites
          
  Savannah River site, nuclear material 
        stabilization and disposition
          
 Savannah River site, 2012 accelerations
          
 Savannah River site, 2035 accelerations
          
  Savannah River Tank Farm
          
 Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
          
 Idaho National Laboratory
          
 Oak Ridge Reservation
          
 Hanford site 2012 accelerated completions
          
 Hanford site 2035 accelerated completions
          
  Office of River Protection (ORP) Waste 
        Treatment & Immobilization (WTP) Pretreatment facility:
          
 ORP WTP High-level waste facility
          
 ORP WTP Low activity waste facility
          
 ORP WTP Analytical laboratory
          
 ORP WTP Balance of facilities
          
 Program Direction
          
 Program Support
          
 UE D&D Fund contribution
          
 Technology Development
    Details of the recommended funding levels follow for the 
Defense Environmental Cleanup account.

                     Defense Environmental Cleanup


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................   a$5,657,250,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     5,495,831,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     5,381,842,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      -275,408,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................     -113,989,000
 
aExcludes $5,127,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The Committee's recommendation for Defense Environmental 
Cleanup totals $5,381,842,000. This is $113,989,000 below the 
budget request of $5,495,831,000. Within the amounts provided, 
the Department is directed to fund hazardous waste worker 
training at $10,000,000.
    Closure Sites.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$41,468,000, the same as the budget request. The recommendation 
provides $8,225,000 for the Closure Sites Administration and 
$33,243,000 for Miamisburg, Ohio.
    Savannah River Site.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$1,194,949,000 for cleanup at the Savannah River Site, 
$15,000,000 below the budget request. The Committee has 
continuing concerns about the management and oversight of the 
Salt Waste Processing Facility. The re-baselining resulted in 
an increase in Total Project Cost from $900,000,000 to 
$1,200,000,000. Furthermore, construction is beginning on 
components while the design work has not yet been finished. As 
such, the Committee recommends $219,118,000, $15,000,000 below 
the budget request, for the Salt Waste Processing Facility, and 
expects improved management of this construction project. The 
Committee recommends $385,310,000, the same as the budget 
request, for Nuclear Material Stabilization Disposition.
    Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP).--The Committee 
recommendation provides $230,337,000 for the WIPP, $10,000,000 
above the budget request. The recommendation includes 
$154,902,000, $10,000,000 above the budget request, for WIPP 
operations, including community investments and facility 
improvements. The Committee recommends $13,730,000, the same as 
the request, for the central characterization project.
    Idaho National Laboratory.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $475,000,000, $68,832,000 above the budget request and 
$761,000 below fiscal year 2009, for cleanup activities at the 
Idaho National Laboratory. The Committee recommends $99,000,000 
for soil and water remediation, an increase of $28,000,000 from 
the budget request, for additional buried transuranic waste 
removal, and $10,900,000 for nuclear facility decontamination 
and decommissioning (D&D), an increase of $10,900,000 over the 
budget request. The Committee recommendation also includes 
$39,768,000 for Spent Nuclear Fuel (SNF) stabilization and 
disposition--2012, an increase of $25,000,000 over the budget 
request. The Committee directs the Secretary of Energy to 
transfer radioactive cleanup liabilities at the Idaho National 
Laboratory which are currently the responsibility of the Office 
of Nuclear Energy to the Environmental Management program for 
remediation. The additional funds in SNF stabilization and 
disposition--2012 shall be used to begin addressing these 
liabilities.
    Oak Ridge Reservation.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $202,768,000, an increase of $49,000,000 over the 
budget request. The recommendation includes $48,900,000 for 
nuclear facility decontamination and decommissioning at Oak 
Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), an increase of $10,000,000 
over the budget request for the acceleration of cleanup 
activities at the ORNL Central Campus to meet enforceable 
regulatory milestones. The Committee recommends $73,000,000 for 
nuclear facility decontamination and decommissioning at Y-12, 
an increase of $39,000,000 over the budget request, for 
expansion of the solid waste disposal facility, and to address 
mercury mitigation and remediation at East Fork Poplar Creek 
Watershed.
    Hanford Site.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$851,259,000 for the Hanford Site, $51,821,000 less than the 
budget request. The recommendation includes $296,134,000, 
$31,821,000 less than budget request and $64,297,000 above 
fiscal year 2009 to carry out the D&D in the river corridor 
closure project-2012 accelerations. The Committee recommends 
$50,250,000 for D&D in the remainder of Hanford-2035 
accelerations, $20,000,000 below the request. The 
recommendation also includes $176,766,000 for soil and water 
remediation of the groundwater/vadose zone at Hanford, the same 
as the budget request. The Committee recommends $118,087,000 
for nuclear material stabilization and disposition at the 
Plutonium Finishing Plant (PFP), the same as the budget 
request, for D&D of high risk areas.
    Office of River Protection.--The Committee supports the 
Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant and its obligation to 
mitigate potential environmental harm to the region caused by 
the legacy of nuclear weapons production. Still, the Committee 
and GAO remain concerned about the status of this effort. The 
Committee expects EM to work to resolve the outstanding 
technical and management difficulties.
    The Committee recommendation provides $1,098,000,000, the 
same as the budget request and $88,057,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted. The Committee supports the Waste Treatment 
and Immobilization Plant and provides $690,000,000, the same as 
the request. The recommendation includes $325,000,000 for the 
pretreatment facility; $160,000,000 for the high level waste 
facility; $100,000,000 for the low activity waste facility; 
$55,000,000 for the analytical laboratory; and $50,000,000 for 
the balance of facilities.
    Program direction.--The recommendation provides 
$200,000,000 for program direction, $155,000,000 less than the 
budget request. The reduction is due to the large estimated 
carry-over balance of $225,000,000 for program direction.
    Program support.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$34,000,000 for program support, the same as the budget 
request.
    Federal Contribution to Uranium Enrichment Decontamination 
and Decommissioning Fund.--The Energy Policy Act of 1992 
(Public Law 102-486) created the Uranium Enrichment 
Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund to pay for the cost of 
cleanup of the gaseous diffusion facilities located in Oak 
Ridge, Tennessee; Paducah, Kentucky; and Piketon, Ohio. The 
Committee recommendation includes $463,000,000 for the Federal 
contribution to the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and 
Decommissioning Fund as authorized in Public Law 102-486.
    Technology development and deployment.--The Committee 
supports the development of new technologies to bolster EM's 
cleanup efforts. Technology, however, is not the primary 
challenge facing EM. It is project management to utilize 
existing technologies to complete the current work scope. The 
Committee recommendation provides $35,000,000 for technology 
development and deployment, $20,000,000 less than the budget 
request. This is an increase of $2,680,000 over the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level. The Committee directs the Department to 
provide a program plan, including priority areas of technology 
development, no later than March 1, 2010. The Committee 
encourages the Department to continue its cooperation with 
private sector partners such as Western Environmental 
Technology Office to perform environmental technology 
demonstration and development.
    NNSA Sites.--The Committee recommendation provides 
$276,624,000, the same as the budget request, to include 
$189,000,000 for Los Alamos National Laboratory.
    Safeguards and security.--The Committee recommendation 
provides $279,437,000, the same as the budget request.

                        Other Defense Activities


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $1,314,063,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       852,468,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     1,518,002,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................      +203,939,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................      +665,534,000
 

    This account provides funding for the Office of 
Environment, Safety and Health (Defense); Office of Legacy 
Management; Nuclear Energy Activities; Defense Activities in 
Defense Related Administrative Support; and the Office of 
Hearings and Appeals. Descriptions of each of these programs 
are provided below.
    The Committee recommendation for Other Defense Activities 
totals $1,518,002,000, $665,534,000 above the budget request 
and $203,939,000 above fiscal year 2009 enacted levels.

                      HEALTH, SAFETY, AND SECURITY

    The Office of Health, Safety and Security develops programs 
and policies to protect the workers and the public, conducts 
independent oversight of performance, and funds health effects 
studies. The Committee recommendation is $449,882,000, the same 
as the request.

                      OFFICE OF LEGACY MANAGEMENT

    The Office of Legacy Management provides long-term 
stewardship following site closure. The Committee recommends 
$189,802,000 for Legacy Management, combining the Defense and 
Non-defense Legacy Management activities within Other Defense 
Activities, same as the budget request.

                       NUCLEAR ENERGY ACTIVITIES

    The fiscal year 2009 Omnibus Appropriation (Public Law 111-
8) directed the Department to execute the Mixed Oxide (MOX) 
Fuel Fabrication Facility in the Other Defense Activities 
account. In fiscal year 2010, the Department requested MOX and 
the related Waste Solidification Building (WSB) in the National 
Nuclear Security Administration's Defense Nuclear 
Nonproliferation account. The Committee remains concerned that 
cost-overruns of the beleaguered MOX program will erode the 
budget of the high priority overseas nonproliferation 
activities. Therefore, in Other Defense Activities, Nuclear 
Energy Activities, the bill provides $504,238,000 for the 
construction of Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, 
$84,296,000 for MOX operations (including $400,000 of MOX 
integration), $70,000,000 for the construction of the Waste 
Solidification Building (WSB), and $7,000,000 for WSB 
operations. Language is provided in the bill directing the 
Department to manage the MOX facility in adherence to DOE Order 
413.3.
    The Committee remains concerned about DOE's management of 
its surplus plutonium disposition program. The Congress 
directed the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in the 
Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2008 to monitor the 
construction and management of the MOX fuel fabrication 
facility. Since that time, the Committee has asked GAO to look 
at the broader issue of DOE's management of its overall 
plutonium disposition program, which includes the planned 
construction of the MOX facility and two additional facilities 
at the Savannah River Site in South Carolina--the Pit 
Disassembly and Conversion Facility (PDCF) and the Waste 
Solidification Building (WSB). Preliminary observations by the 
GAO indicate continuing project management concerns. In March 
2009, the GAO identified concerns with DOE's schedule for the 
MOX fuel fabrication facility construction project. GAO found 
that the project's schedule did not adhere to a key practice 
that is fundamental to having a sufficiently reliable 
schedule--specifically, project staff had not conducted a risk 
analysis of their current schedule using statistical 
techniques. DOE officials responded that they plan to conduct a 
risk analysis of the schedule for the MOX project during the 
summer of 2009. The Committee looks forward to reviewing the 
results of this analysis. In May 2009, GAO identified a number 
of other concerns with DOE's management of the design and 
construction of the PDCF and WSB. Specifically, DOE has 
postponed work on the PDCF project to evaluate other 
alternatives for obtaining a pit disassembly and conversion 
capability at the Savannah River Site. As a result, GAO could 
not determine reliable cost and schedule estimates for DOE's 
overall plutonium disposition program. In addition, a January 
2009 DOE independent review of the PDCF project identified a 
number of concerns that need to be addressed if DOE decides to 
construct the PDCF--among these concerns, the DOE review team 
identified several technologies to be used in the PDCF that are 
not fully mature. DOE has stated that it will decide on whether 
to continue with the PDCF project or to pursue an alternative 
strategy by June 2009. The Committee looks forward to DOE's 
decision, as well as to receiving reliable cost and schedule 
estimates for DOE's overall plutonium disposition strategy, 
including the cost and schedule associated with ensuring that 
the technologies for pit disassembly and conversion are fully 
mature prior to construction. With respect to the WSB project, 
DOE approved the start of construction activities in December 
2008. However, an October 2008 DOE independent review of the 
project found that the project lacked a preliminary design for 
a technology at the heart of the facility--the in-barrel mixing 
and cementation process. While DOE has agreed to address this 
issue, the Committee remains concerned that this issue was only 
identified a few months prior to the start of construction 
activities.

        DEFENSE-RELATED ACTIVITIES AT IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY

    The Committee recommendation includes $83,358,000 to fully 
fund defense-related (050 budget function) activities at Idaho 
National Laboratory.

                 DEFENSE RELATED ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

    The Committee recommendation includes $120,982,000, 
$2,000,000 less than the budget request, to provide 
administrative support for programs funded in the atomic energy 
defense activities accounts. This will fund Departmental 
activities performed by offices including the Secretary, Deputy 
Secretary and Under Secretaries, the General Counsel, Chief 
Financial Officer, Human Resources, Congressional Affairs, and 
Public Affairs, which support the organizations and activities 
funded in the atomic energy defense activities accounts.

                     OFFICE OF HEARINGS AND APPEALS

    The Office of Hearings and Appeals (OHA) is responsible for 
all of the Department's adjudicatory processes, other than 
those administered by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. 
The Committee recommendation is $6,444,000, the same as the 
budget request.

                   CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED PROJECTS

    The Committee recommendation includes $2,000,000 for the 
following projects and activities. The Committee believes these 
projects are consistent with or complementary to the purposes 
and objectives of existing Department of Energy activities and 
authorizations passed by Congress. The Committee directs the 
Department to work closely with recipients of congressionally 
designated funding to ensure that funded projects are 
consistent with authorized energy purposes and goals. The 
Department should remind recipients that statutory cost-sharing 
requirements may apply to these projects.

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                     Defense Nuclear Waste Disposal


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $143,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        98,400,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        98,400,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -44,600,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Committee recommendation is $98,400,000, the same as 
the budget request. Combined with the $98,400,000 recommended 
for the Nuclear Waste Disposal, this will provide a total of 
$196,800,000 for nuclear waste disposal activities in fiscal 
year 2010.

                    Power Marketing Administrations

    Management of the Federal power marketing functions was 
transferred from the Department of Interior to the Department 
of Energy by the Department of Energy Organization Act (P.L. 
95-91). These functions include the power marketing activities 
authorized under section 5 of the Flood Control Act of 1944 and 
all other functions of the Bonneville Power Administration, the 
Southeastern Power Administration, the Southwestern Power 
Administration, and the power marketing functions of the Bureau 
of Reclamation that have been transferred to the Western Area 
Power Administration.
    All power marketing administrations except the Bonneville 
Power Administration are funded annually with appropriated 
funds. Revenues collected from power sales and transmission 
services are deposited in the treasury to offset expenditures. 
For the Southeastern, Southwestern, and Western Area Power 
Administrations, bill language has been included in this Act to 
reclassify as discretionary offsetting collections revenues 
which were previously mandatory offsetting collections for 
annual expenses. This change shall simplify the accounting 
requirements for the Power Administrations while maintaining 
accountability and appropriate congressional oversight.
    Operations of the Bonneville Power Administration are self-
financed under the authority of the Federal Columbia River 
Transmission System Act (P.L. 93-454). Under this Act, the 
Bonneville Power Administration is authorized to use its 
revenues to finance the costs of its operations, maintenance, 
and capital construction, and to sell bonds to the Treasury if 
necessary to finance any additional capital program 
requirements.

                    Bonneville Power Administration

    The Bonneville Power Administration is the Department of 
Energy's marketing agency for electric power in the Pacific 
Northwest. Bonneville provides electricity to a 300,000 square 
mile service area in the Columbia River drainage basin. 
Bonneville markets the power from Federal hydropower projects 
in the Northwest, as well as power from non-Federal generating 
facilities in the region, and exchanges and markets surplus 
power with Canada and California.

      Operation and Maintenance, Southeastern Power Administration


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $7,420,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         7,638,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         7,638,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          +218,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Southeastern Power Administration markets the 
hydroelectric power produced at 23 Army Corps of Engineers 
Projects in eleven states in the southeast. Southeastern does 
not own or operate any transmission facilities, so it contracts 
to `wheel' its power using the existing transmission facilities 
of area utilities.
    The Committee recommendation for the Southeastern Power 
Administration is $7,638,000, the same as the budget request. 
The total program level for Southeastern in fiscal year 2010 is 
$92,866,000, with $85,228,000 for purchase power and wheeling 
and $7,638,000 for program direction. The purchase power and 
wheeling costs will be offset by collections of $70,806,000, 
and annual expenses will be offset by collections of $7,638,000 
provided in this Act. Additionally, Southeastern has identified 
$14,422,000 in alternative financing for purchase power and 
wheeling. Inclusion of a budgetary score of $7,638,000 for the 
reclassification of receipts from mandatory to discretionary 
offsetting collections for annual expenses yields a net 
appropriation of $7,638,000.

      Operation and Maintenance, Southwestern Power Administration


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $28,414,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        44,944,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        44,944,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +16,530,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Southwestern Power Administration markets the 
hydroelectric power produced at 24 Army Corps of Engineers 
projects in the six-state area of Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, 
Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. Southwestern operates and 
maintains 1,380 miles of transmission lines, with the 
supporting substations and communications sites. Southwestern 
gives preference in the sale of its power to publicly and 
cooperatively owned utilities.
    The Committee recommendation for the Southwestern Power 
Administration is $44,944,000, the same as the budget request. 
The total program level for Southwestern in fiscal year 2010 is 
$94,944,000, including $12,775,000 for operation and 
maintenance expenses, $48,000,000 for purchase power and 
wheeling, $28,153,000 for program direction, and $6,016,000 for 
construction. Offsetting collections total $69,868,000, 
including $38,000,000 for power purchase and wheeling, 
$26,247,000 for program direction, and $5,621,000 for 
operations and maintenance. The inclusion of $12,000,000 of 
alternative financing identified by Southwestern and a 
budgetary score of $31,868,000 for the reclassification of 
receipts from mandatory to discretionary offsetting collections 
for annual expenses yields a net appropriation of $44,944,000.

 Construction, Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area 
                          Power Administration


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     a$218,346,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       256,711,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       256,711,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +38,365,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................               --
 
aExcludes $10,000,000 of funding from the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-5).

    The Western Area Power Administration is responsible for 
marketing the electric power generated by the Bureau of 
Reclamation, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the International 
Boundary and Water Commission. Western also operates and 
maintains a system of transmission lines nearly 17,000 miles 
long. Western provides electricity to 15 Central and Western 
states over a service area of 1.3 million square miles.
    The Committee recommendation for the Western Area Power 
Administration is $256,711,000, the same as the budget request. 
The total program level for Western in fiscal year 2010 is 
$899,317,000, which includes $104,971,000 for construction and 
rehabilitation, $57,159,000 for system operation and 
maintenance, $548,847,000 for purchase power and wheeling, 
$180,756,000 for program direction, and $7,584,000 for the Utah 
Mitigation and Conservation Fund.
    Offsetting collections include $497,337,000 for power 
purchase and wheeling and annual expenses, and the use of 
$3,879,000 of offsetting collections from the Colorado River 
Dam Fund (as authorized in P.L. 98-381). The inclusion of 
$288,920,000 of alternative financing identified by the Western 
Area Marketing Administration and a budgetary score of 
$147,530,000 for the reclassification of receipts from 
mandatory to discretionary offsetting collections for annual 
expenses yields a net appropriation of $256,711,000.
    Section 402 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 
of 2009 established $3,250,000,000 in bonding authority for the 
Western Area Power Administration for the construction of new 
or upgraded transmission lines. The committee urges WAPA to 
utilize transparent processes in implementing this new 
authority; actively seek partnerships for projects to leverage 
the federal investment; and promote efficient utilization of 
public rights-of-way to minimize environment impacts. The 
Committee also expects that administrative costs associated 
with implementing this new authority will be separate and 
distinct from those expenses associated with WAPA's core 
responsibilities of marketing and delivery of Federal 
hydropower.

           Falcon and Amistad Operating and Maintenance Fund


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $2,959,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         2,568,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         2,568,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          -391,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    Falcon Dam and Amistad Dam are two international water 
projects located on the Rio Grande River between Texas and 
Mexico. Power generated by hydroelectric facilities at these 
two dams is sold to public utilities through the Western Area 
Power Administration. The Foreign Relations Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995 created the Falcon and Amistad 
Operating and Maintenance Fund to defray the costs of 
operation, maintenance, and emergency activities. The Fund is 
administered by the Western Area Power Administration for use 
by the Commissioner of the U.S. Section of the International 
Boundary and Water Commission.
    The Committee recommendation is $2,568,000, the same as the 
budget request. The total program level is $2,568,000, with 
$2,348,000 of offsetting collections for annual expenses. The 
inclusion of a $2,348,000 charge for the reclassification of 
receipts from mandatory to discretionary offsetting collections 
for annual expenses yields a net appropriation of $2,568,000.

                  Federal Energy Regulatory Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $273,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       298,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       298,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +24,600,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                                REVENUES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     -$273,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................      -298,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................      -298,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -24,600,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Committee recommendation for the Federal Energy 
Regulatory Commission (FERC) is $298,000,000, the same as the 
budget request. Revenues for FERC are established at a rate 
equal to the budget authority, resulting in a net appropriation 
of $0.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee's detailed funding recommendations for 
programs in Title III are contained in the following table.

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                           GENERAL PROVISIONS


                          Department of Energy

    Unfunded Requests for Proposals.--Section 301 provides that 
none of the funds in this Act may be used to initiate requests 
for proposals or other solicitations or expressions of interest 
for new programs that have not yet been presented to Congress 
in the annual budget submission, and that have not yet been 
approved and funded by Congress.
    Section 3161 Assistance.--Section 302 prohibits the use of 
funds for workforce restructuring or enhanced severance 
payments under the worker and community transition program 
under section 4604 of the Atomic Energy Defense Act.
    Unexpended Balances.--Section 303 permits the transfer and 
merger of unexpended balances of prior appropriations with 
appropriation accounts established in this bill.
    Bonneville Power Administration Service Territory.--Section 
304 provides that none of the funds in this or any other Act 
may be used by the Administrator of the Bonneville Power 
Administration to perform energy efficiency services outside 
the legally defined Bonneville service territory unless the 
Administrator certifies in advance that such services are not 
available from private sector businesses.
    User Facilities.--Section 305 establishes certain notice 
and competition requirements with respect to the involvement of 
universities in Department of Energy user facilities. A similar 
provision was included in the Energy and Water Development 
Appropriations Act, 2005. The detailed guidance on the 
application of this provision was provided in House Report 107-
681 and continues to apply.
    Intelligence Activities.--Section 306 authorizes 
intelligence activities of the Department of Energy for 
purposes of section 504 of the National Security Act of 1947 
during fiscal year 2010 until the enactment of the Intelligence 
Authorization Act for fiscal year 2010.
    Laboratory Directed Research and Development.--Section 307 
provides for authorization of Laboratory Directed Research and 
Development (LDRD), Site Directed Research and Development, and 
Plant Directed Research and Development (PDRD) activities.
    Limited Transfer Authority for Pensions.--Section 308 
provides the Secretary of Energy limited transfer authority to 
address pension requirements.
    Congressional Notification.--Section 309 provides 
congressional notification requirements for the award or public 
announcement of grant allocations, discretionary grant or 
contract awards, or other transaction agreement.
    Wage Rate Requirements.--Section 310 provides wage rate 
guidance for the Title XVII Innovative Technology Loan 
Guarantee Program.
    Bonneville Power Administration Fund.--Section 311 provides 
direction regarding Treasury accounting procedures.
    Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Loan Program.--
Section 312 expands the eligibility criteria for the Advanced 
Technology Vehicle Manufacturing Loan Program.

                                TITLE IV


                          INDEPENDENT AGENCIES


                    Appalachian Regional Commission


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $75,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        76,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        76,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +1,000,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) is a regional 
economic development agency established in 1965. It is 
comprised of the governors of the thirteen Appalachian States 
and has a federal co-chairman appointed by the President. For 
fiscal year 2010, the budget request includes $76,000,000, of 
which $63,800,000 is for area development; $6,200,000 is for 
local development districts and technical assistance; and 
$6,000,000 is for salaries and expenses.
    The ARC budget justification indicates that it targets 
fifty percent of its funds to distressed counties or distressed 
areas in the Appalachian region. The Committee believes this 
should be the primary focus of the ARC.
    The Committee recommendation for the ARC is $76,000,000, 
$1,000,000 above 2009 enacted levels and the same as the budget 
request.

                Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $25,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        26,086,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        26,086,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +1,086,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board (DNFSB) was 
created by the fiscal year 1989 National Defense Authorization 
Act. The Board, composed of five members appointed by the 
President, provides advice and recommendations to the Secretary 
of Energy regarding public health and safety issues at the 
Department's defense nuclear facilities. The Board is 
responsible for reviewing and evaluating the content and 
implementation of the standards relating to the design, 
construction, operation, and decommissioning of defense nuclear 
facilities of the Department of Energy.
    The Committee recommendation for fiscal year 2010 is 
$26,086,000, $1,086,000 above 2009 enacted levels and the same 
as the budget request.

                        Delta Regional Authority


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $13,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        13,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        13,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................                --
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Delta Regional Authority (DRA) is a federal-state 
partnership serving a 252-county/parish area in an eight-state 
region. Led by a federal co-chairman and the governors of each 
participating state, the DRA is designed to remedy severe and 
chronic economic distress by stimulating economic development 
and fostering partnerships that will have a positive impact on 
the region's economy. The DRA seeks to help economically 
distressed communities leverage other federal and state 
programs, which are focused on basic infrastructure development 
and transportation improvements, business development, and job 
training services. Under federal law, at least 75 percent of 
funds must be invested in distressed counties and parishes and 
pockets of poverty, with 50 percent of the funds earmarked for 
transportation and basic infrastructure improvements.
    For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends $13,000,000, 
the same as 2009 enacted levels and the same as the budget 
request.

                           Denali Commission


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $11,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        11,965,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        11,965,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          +165,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    Introduced by Congress in 1998, the Denali Commission is a 
federal-state partnership designed to provide critical 
utilities, infrastructure, and economic support throughout 
Alaska. For fiscal year 2010, the Committee recommends 
$11,965,000 for the costs of the Commission's operations, 
$165,000 above 2009 enacted levels and the same as the budget 
request.

                  Northern Border Regional Commission


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................                --
Budget estimate, 2010.................................                --
Recommended, 2010.....................................          $500,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          +500,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................          +500,000
 

    The Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (HR 2419) 
authorizes the establishment of a Northern Border Regional 
Commission to address the economic development needs of 
portions of the four-state region of Maine, New Hampshire, 
Vermont, and New York.
    The Committee recommends $500,000 for a preliminary study 
to assess the needs and assets of the region as well as analyze 
the possible economic benefits associated with the 
establishment of a new regional commission. Given constrained 
budgets, the Committee is concerned with the prospects of 
initiating new regional commissions. This funding is intended 
to provide a technical analysis of the benefits that might 
accrue from additional investment in this region.

                 Southeast Crescent Regional Commission


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................                --
Budget estimate, 2010.................................                --
Recommended, 2010.....................................          $500,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          +500,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................          +500,000
 

    The Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (H.R. 2419) 
authorizes the establishment of a Southeast Crescent Regional 
Commission to address the economic development needs of 
portions of the southeastern United States not already served 
by a regional development agency.
    The Committee recommends $500,000 for a preliminary study 
to assess the needs and assets of the region as well as analyze 
the possible economic benefits associated with the 
establishment of a new regional commission. Given constrained 
budgets, the Committee is concerned with the prospects of 
initiating new regional commissions. This funding is intended 
to provide a technical analysis of the benefits that might 
accrue from additional investment in this region.

                     Nuclear Regulatory Commission


                          GROSS APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................    $1,034,656,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................     1,061,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................     1,061,000,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       +26,344,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                                REVENUES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................     -$860,857,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................      -878,102,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................      -878,102,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................       -17,245,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                           NET APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................      $173,799,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       182,898,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................       182,898,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................        +9,099,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Committee recommendation for the Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission (NRC) salaries and expenses for fiscal year 2010 is 
$1,061,000,000, the same as the budget request. The total 
amount of budget authority is offset by estimated revenues of 
$878,102,000, resulting in a net appropriation of $182,898,000. 
The recommendation includes $56,000,000, the same as the 
request, to support the NRC's review of the Department of 
Energy's licensing application to construct and operate a 
permanent geologic repository at Yucca Mountain for spent 
nuclear fuel and high-level waste.
    Next Generation Nuclear Plant Licensing.--The Next 
Generation Nuclear Plant is a priority for the Committee. The 
Committee encourages the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to 
continue engaging the Department of Energy on the Next 
Generation Nuclear Plant, so that technical issues involved in 
licensing can be identified and resolved as early as possible 
in the design process, before significant federal funds are 
expended on facility construction.
    Reports.--The Committee directs the Commission to continue 
to provide quarterly reports on the status of its licensing and 
other regulatory activities. The Committee has been very 
supportive of the Commission in recent years and recognizes the 
important role the NRC performs in the future of nuclear 
energy.
    The Committee notes that the NRC has recently begun to 
provide international training and support for radiological 
regulations, work which the NNSA's Global Threat Reduction 
Initiative (GTRI) has ongoing. In particular, the Committee is 
concerned that the NRC may be providing physical protection 
recommendations that are less stringent than those recommended 
by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The Committee 
directs the NRC and NNSA to prepare a joint report explaining 
each program, identifying potential gaps, overlaps or 
conflicts, and describing how those issues will be resolved. 
This report shall also include an explanation of the physical 
protection standards recommended by each program, and an 
explanation of any difference between those standards and those 
required by the IAEA.

                      Office of Inspector General


                          GROSS APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       $10,860,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        10,102,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        10,102,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          -758,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                                REVENUES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................       -$9,774,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................        -9,092,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................        -9,092,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................          +682,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

                           NET APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $1,086,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         1,010,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         1,010,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................           -76,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,102,000, 
the same as the budget request. Given the formula for fee 
recovery, the revenue estimate is $9,092,000, resulting in a 
net appropriation for the NRC Inspector General of $1,010,000.

                  Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $3,811,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         3,891,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         3,891,000
Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................           +80,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board was established by 
the 1987 amendments to the Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982 to 
provide independent technical oversight of the Department of 
Energy's nuclear waste disposal program. The Committee sees the 
Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board as having a continuing 
independent oversight role, as is specified in Section 503 of 
the Nuclear Waste Policy Act of 1982, as amended, as the 
Department begins to focus on the packaging and transportation 
of high-level radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,891,000 for 
the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board in fiscal year 2010, 
$80,000 more than 2009 enacted levels and the same as the 
budget request.

Office of the Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation 
                                Projects


 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................        $4,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010.................................         4,466,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................         4,466,000
 Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................           +66,000
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................                --
 

    The Office of the Federal Coordinator for Alaska Natural 
Gas Transportation Projects was established as an independent 
agency in the Executive Branch on December 13, 2006, pursuant 
to the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline Act of 2004. The Federal 
Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all federal 
activities for an Alaska natural gas transportation project, 
including joint surveillance and monitoring with the State of 
Alaska of construction of a project. An Alaska natural gas 
transportation project could deliver significant natural gas 
supply to the U.S. lower 48 states. Action by the State of 
Alaska in reaching agreement with potential project owners as 
to fiscal terms is necessary before project development can 
move forward.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,466,000 to 
support the activities of this office in fiscal year 2010, 
$66,000 above 2009 enacted levels and the same as the budget 
request.

                       Tennessee Valley Authority


                      Office of Inspector General


                          GROSS APPROPRIATION

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................                --
Budget estimate, 2010.................................       $19,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................                --
 Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................                --
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       -19,000,000
 

              OFFSET FROM TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY FUND

 
 
 
Appropriation, 2009...................................                --
Budget estimate, 2010.................................      -$19,000,000
Recommended, 2010.....................................                --
 Comparison:
    Appropriation, 2009...............................                --
    Budget estimate, 2010.............................       +19,000,000
 

    The Committee recommendation does not include the 
Administration proposal to establish a Congressionally funded 
Office of Inspector General to oversee the Tennessee Valley 
Authority. In recent years, the TVA has funded the requests of 
the TVA-IG office out of power revenues and receipts. This 
process has worked well and the Committee sees no compelling 
reason to change that mechanism for financing the TVA-IG.
    Reports.--The Committee directs the Inspector General to 
forward copies of all audit and inspection reports to the 
Committee immediately after they are issued, and immediately 
make the Committee aware of any review that recommends 
cancellation of, or modification to, any major acquisition 
project or grant, or which recommends significant budgetary 
savings. The Inspector General is also directed to withhold 
from public distribution for a period of 15 days any final 
audit or investigation report that was requested by the House 
Committee on Appropriations.

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS


                          Independent Agencies

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Reporting Requirement.--
Section 401 requires a report on streamlining the regulatory 
process for Combined Construction and Operating Licenses for 
qualified reactors.

                                TITLE V


                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The Committee recommendation includes several general 
provisions pertaining to specific programs and activities 
funded in the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act.
    Prohibition on lobbying.--The bill includes a provision 
that none of the funds appropriated in this Act may be used in 
any way, directly or indirectly, to influence congressional 
action on any legislation or appropriation matters pending 
before Congress, other than to communicate to Members of 
Congress as described in section 1913 of Title 18, United 
States Code.
    Delta Regional Authority.--The bill includes language 
regarding the voting structure of the Delta Regional Authority.

              HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORT REQUIREMENTS

    The following items are included in accordance with various 
requirements of the Rules of the House of Representatives.

                        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 public bill or public 
        joint resolution shall contain the following: (1) A 
        statement citing the specific powers granted to 
        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.

                           TRANSFER OF FUNDS

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following is submitted describing 
the transfer of funds provided in the accompanying bill.

                       TITLE I--CORPS OF ENGINEERS

    Under ``Construction'', $1,500,000 previously appropriated 
in Division C, Title I of the Omnibus Appropriations Act, 2009 
(Pub. L. 111-8; 123 Stat. 601-609) is transferred to the 
Investigations account to be applied, as originally intended, 
to the cost of carrying out the Seven Oaks Water Conservation 
Study, California.

                    TITLE II--BUREAU OF RECLAMATION

    Under ``Water and Related Resources'', $53,240,000 is 
available for transfer to the Upper Colorado River Basin Fund 
and $17,936,000 is available for transfer to the Lower Colorado 
River Basin Development Fund. Such funds as may be necessary 
may be advanced to the Colorado River Dam Fund. The amounts of 
transfers may be increased or decreased within the overall 
appropriation under the heading.
    Under ``California Bay Delta Restoration'' such sums as may 
be necessary to carry out authorized purposes may be 
transferred to appropriate accounts of other participating 
Federal agencies.

                    TITLE III--DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

    Under ``Science'' $15,000,000 previously appropriated in 
the Science account for the Advanced Research Projects Agency--
Energy is transferred to the Advanced Research Projects 
Agency--Energy.
    Under ``Office of the Administrator'' $10,000,000 
previously appropriated for cleanup efforts at Argonne National 
Lab is transferred to Non-Defense Environmental Cleanup.
    Under ``Defense Environmental Cleanup'' $463,000,000 shall 
be transferred to the ``Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and 
Decommissioning Fund''.
    Under Section 304, ``General Provision--Department of 
Energy'', unexpended balances of prior appropriations provided 
for activities in this Act may be transferred to appropriation 
accounts for such activities established pursuant to this 
title. Balances so transferred may be merged with funds in the 
applicable established accounts and tafter may be accounted for 
as one fund for the same time period as originally enacted.

               CHANGES IN THE APPLICATION OF EXISTING LAW

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1)(A) 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--CORPS OF ENGINEERS

    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Investigations, providing for detailed studies and plans and 
specifications of projects prior to construction.
    Language has been included under the Corps of Engineers, 
Construction, providing for detailed studies and plans and 
specifications to be conducted for projects authorized or made 
eligible for selection by law.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Construction, permitting the use of funds from the Inland 
Waterways Trust Fund and the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Mississippi River and Tributaries, permitting the use of funds 
from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund.
    Language has been included under the Corps of Engineers, 
Operation and Maintenance, stating that funds can be used for: 
the operation, maintenance, and care of existing river and 
harbor, flood and storm damage reduction, aquatic ecosystem 
restoration, and related projects authorized by law; providing 
security for infrastructure owned or operated by the Corps, 
including administrative buildings and laboratories; 
maintaining authorized harbor channels provided by a State, 
municipality, or other public agency that serve essential 
navigation needs of general commerce; surveying and charting 
northern and northwestern lakes and connecting waters; clearing 
and straightening channels; and removing obstructions to 
navigation.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Operation and Maintenance, permitting the use of funds from the 
Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund; providing for the use of funds 
from a special account for resource protection, research, 
interpretation, and maintenance activities at outdoor 
recreation areas; and allowing use of funds to cover the cost 
of operation and maintenance of dredged material disposal 
facilities for which fees have been collected.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Expenses, regarding support of the Humphreys Engineer Support 
Center Activity, the Institute for Water Resources, the 
Engineer Research and Development Center, and headquarters 
support functions at the Finance Center.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Expenses, providing that funds are available for official 
reception and representation expenses.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Expenses, prohibiting the use of other funds in Title I of this 
Act for the activities funded in Expenses.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Expenses, permitting any Flood Control and Coastal Emergency 
appropriation to be used to fund the supervision and general 
administration of emergency operations, repairs, and other 
activities in response to any flood, hurricane or other natural 
disaster.
    Language has been included to provide for funding for the 
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works).
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
Administrative Provisions, providing for the purchase and hire 
of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 102, prohibiting the use of funds 
provided under this Act or previous Acts for implementation of 
A-76 studies.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 103, prohibiting the execution of 
any contract for a program, project or activity that commits 
funds in excess of the amount appropriated (to include funds 
reprogrammed under Section 101) that remains unobligated.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 104 prohibiting the award of a 
continuing contract for any project funded out of the Inland 
Waterway Trust Fund.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 105 modifying the project for 
navigation, Two Harbors, Minnesota relating to the provision of 
non-Federal interest credit for planning, design and 
construction work performed prior to execution of the project 
agreement.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 106, amending the amount authorized 
for Northern Wisconsin Environmental Assistance program.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 107, directing the Secretary to 
expedite the flood damage reduction project for the Town of 
Martin, Kentucky.
    Language has been included under Corps of Engineers, 
General Provisions, Section 108, amending the project 
authorization for the White River Minimum Flow, AR.

                  TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Water and Related Resources providing that funds are available 
for fulfilling Federal responsibilities to Native Americans and 
for grants to and cooperative agreements with State and local 
governments and Indian tribes.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Water and Related Resources, allowing fund transfers within the 
overall appropriation to the Upper Colorado River Basin Fund 
and the Lower Colorado River Basin Development Fund; and 
providing that such sums as necessary may be advanced to the 
Colorado River Dam Fund, funds may be used for work carried out 
by the Youth Conservation Corps; and transfers may be increased 
or decreased within the overall appropriation.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Water and Related Resources providing for funds to be derived 
from the Reclamation Fund or the special fee account 
established by 16 U.S.C. 4601-6a(i); that funds contributed 
under 43 U.S.C. 395 by non-Federal entities shall be available 
for expenditure; and that funds advanced under 43 U.S.C. 397a 
for operation and maintenance of reclamation facilities are to 
be credited to the Water and Related Resources account and 
available for expenditure.
    Language has been included under the Bureau of Reclamation, 
Water and Related Resources, allowing the Bureau of Reclamation 
to use funds for the Departmental Irrigation Drainage Program 
for site remediation on a nonreimbursable basis; and requiring 
funds to be deposited in the San Gabriel Basin Restoration Fund 
established by section 110 of Title I of appendix D of Public 
Law 106-554.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Central Valley Project Restoration Fund directing the Bureau of 
Reclamation to assess and collect the full amount of additional 
mitigation and; restoration payments authorized by section 
3407(d) of Public Law 102-575.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Central Valley Project Restoration Fund providing that none of 
the funds under the heading may be used for the acquisition or 
lease of water for in-stream purposes if the water is already 
committed to in-stream purposes by a court order adopted by 
consent or decree.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
California Bay-Delta Restoration permitting the transfer of 
funds to appropriate accounts of other participating Federal 
agencies to carry out authorized programs; allowing funds made 
available under this heading to be used for the Federal share 
of the costs of the CALFED Program management; making the use 
of any funds provided to the California Bay-Delta Authority for 
program-wide management and oversight activities subject to the 
approval of the Secretary of the Interior; and requiring that 
CALFED implementation be carried out with clear performance 
measures demonstrating concurrent progress in achieving the 
goals and objectives of the program.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Policy and Administration providing that funds are to be 
derived from the Reclamation Fund and prohibiting the use of 
any other appropriation in the Act for activities budgeted as 
policy and administration.
    Language has been included under Bureau of Reclamation, 
Administrative Provisions providing for the purchase of motor 
vehicles for replacement.
    Language has been included under General Provisions, 
Department of the Interior, Section 202 regarding the San Luis 
Unit and the Kesterson Reservoir in California. This language 
has been carried in prior appropriations Acts.

                    TITLE III--DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

    Language has been included under Energy Efficiency and 
Renewable Energy for the purchase, construction, and 
acquisition of plant and capital equipment.
    Language has been included under Electricity Distribution 
and Energy Reliability for the purchase, construction, and 
acquisition of plant and capital equipment.
    Language has been included under Nuclear Energy for the 
purchase, construction, and acquisition of plant and capital 
equipment; and for the purchase of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under Fossil Energy Research and 
Development on the Clean Coal Power Initiative that provides 
for the use of funds appropriated under the Clean Coal 
Technology Program, Power Plant Improvement Initiative, the 
Clean Coal Power Initiative, and FutureGen for the Clean Coal 
Power Initiative; prohibits the selection of a Clean Coal Power 
Initiative project where funding is not available for the total 
project; places limitations on the time period for negotiations 
on selected Clean Coal Power Initiative project applications 
and the provision of financial assistance for costs in excess 
of costs estimated on the date of the original award; requires 
the expenditure of funds in accordance with Clean Coal 
Technology provisions of 42 U.S.C. 5903d; designates technology 
selected as Clean Coal Technology Programs and projects 
selected as Clean Coal Technology Projects; and allows funds 
available for the Clean Coal Power Initiative to be used to 
support technology relating to carbon capture and storage or 
beneficial uses of CO2 without regard to the funding 
allocations of section 402(b)(1)(a) and 402(b)(2)(A) of Public 
Law 109-58.
    Language has been included under the Naval Petroleum and 
Oil Shale Reserves, permitting the use of unobligated balances, 
and the hire of passenger vehicles.
    Language has been included under Non-Defense Environmental 
Cleanup for the purchase, construction, and acquisition of 
plant and capital equipment.
    Language has been included under Science providing for the 
purchase, construction, and acquisition of plant and capital 
equipment; and for the purchase of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under Science for the transfer 
of $15,000,000 previously appropriated in the Science account 
for the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy to the 
Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.
    Language has been included under Nuclear Waste Disposal 
providing funds to the State of Nevada for scientific oversight 
responsibilities and licensing activities pursuant to the 
Nuclear Waste Disposal Act of 1982 (NWPA); to Nye County, NV 
for on-site oversight activities under section 117(d) of NWPA 
notwithstanding the fact Nye County does not have a written 
agreement with the State of Nevada under section 177(c) of 
NWPA; to affected units of local government, as defined in the 
NWPA, for appropriate activities and licensing activities to be 
distributed as specified between affected units of local 
government in California and Nevada; and to the Timbisha-
Shoshone Tribe for appropriate activities and licensing 
activities under section 118(b) of NWPA.
    Language has been included under Nuclear Waste Disposal 
eliminating the Department's monitoring, auditing and other 
oversight rights or responsibilities over amounts provided to 
affected units of local government; requiring funds for the 
State of Nevada to be paid by direct payment to the Office of 
the Attorney General and units of local government; requiring 
certification from the Office of the Attorney General of the 
State of Nevada and affected units of local government that 
funds expended from payments were expended for activities 
authorized by NWPA and this Act; making further funds 
contingent upon such certification; prohibiting the use of 
funds for influencing legislative action, litigation expenses, 
or support of coalition building activities inconsistent with 
this Act; providing that all proceeds and recoveries realized 
in carrying out activities under NWPA are available without 
further appropriation and remain available until expended; 
prohibiting the use of funds provided in this Act or previous 
Acts to pursue repayment or collection of funds provided in any 
fiscal year to affected units of local government for oversight 
activities previously approved or to withhold such funds.
    Language has been included under Innovative Technology Loan 
Guarantee Program crediting fees collected pursuant to section 
1702(h) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005 in an amount equal to 
the appropriated amount as offsetting collections to this 
account and making fees collected under section 1702(h) in 
excess of the appropriated amount unavailable for expenditure 
until appropriated.
    Language has been included under Departmental 
Administration providing for the hire of passenger vehicles and 
for official reception and representation expenses.
    Language has been included under Departmental 
Administration providing, notwithstanding the provisions of the 
Anti-Deficiency Act, such additional amounts as necessary to 
cover increases in the estimated amount of cost of work for 
others, as long as such increases are offset by revenue 
increases of the same or greater amounts. This language has 
been carried in prior appropriations Acts.
    Language has been included under Departmental 
Administration, notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302, and consistent 
with the authorization in Public Law 95-238, to permit the 
Department of Energy to use revenues to offset appropriations. 
The appropriations language for this account reflects the total 
estimated program funding to be reduced as revenues are 
received. This language has been carried in prior 
appropriations Acts.
    Language has been included under Weapons Activities for the 
purchase, construction, and acquisition of plant and capital 
equipment; and for the purchase of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under Defense Nuclear 
Nonproliferation for the purchase, construction, and 
acquisition of plant and capital equipment; and for the 
purchase of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under the Office of the 
Administrator providing not to exceed $12,000 for official 
reception and representation expenses.
    Language has been included under the Office of the 
Administrator transferring $10,000,000 previously appropriated 
for cleanup efforts at Argonne National Lab to Defense 
Environmental Cleanup.
    Language has been included under Defense Environmental 
Cleanup for the purchase, construction, and acquisition of 
plant and capital equipment; and for the purchase of motor 
vehicles.
    Language has been included under Other Defense Activities 
for the purchase, construction, and acquisition of plant and 
capital equipment; and for the purchase of motor vehicles.
    Language has been included under Other Defense Activities 
requiring the Department of Energy (DOE) to adhere strictly to 
DOE Order 413.3A for the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, 
Savannah River Site, SC.
    Language has been included under Bonneville Power 
Administration Fund providing not to exceed $1,500 for official 
reception and representation expenses, and precluding any new 
direct loan obligations.
    Language has been included under Southeastern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected from the sale of 
power and related services to be credited as discretionary 
offsetting collections to remain available until expended for 
the sole purpose of funding the annual expenses of the 
Southeastern Power Administration. The appropriations language 
for this account reflects the total estimated program funding 
to be reduced as revenues are received.
    Language has been included under Southeastern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected to recover 
purchase power and wheeling expenses to be credited as 
offsetting collections and remain available until expended for 
the sole purpose of making purchase power and wheeling 
expenditures.
    Language has been included under Southeastern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected that are 
applicable to the repayment of the annual expenses of this 
account in this and subsequent fiscal years to be credited to 
this account as discretionary offsetting collections for the 
sole purpose of funding such expenses; and defining annual 
expenses for purposes of this appropriation.
    Language has been included under Southwestern Power 
Administration providing not to exceed $1,500 for official 
reception and representation expenses.
    Language has been included under Southwestern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected from the sale of 
power and related services to be credited as discretionary 
offsetting collections to remain available until expended for 
the sole purpose of funding the annual expenses of the 
Southwestern Power Administration. The appropriations language 
for this account reflects the total estimated program funding 
to be reduced as revenues are received.
    Language has been included under Southwestern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected to recover 
purchase power and wheeling expenses to be credited to the 
account as offsetting collections and remain available until 
expended for the sole purpose of making purchase power and 
wheeling expenditures.
    Language has been included under Southwestern Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected that are 
applicable to the repayment of the annual expenses of this 
account in this and subsequent fiscal years to be credited to 
this account as discretionary offsetting collections for the 
sole purpose of funding such expenses; and defining annual 
expenses for purposes of this appropriation.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration, providing not to exceed $1,500 for official 
reception and representation expenses.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration, providing for funds to be derived from the 
Department of Interior Reclamation Fund.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected from the sale of 
power and related services to be credited as discretionary 
offsetting collections to remain available until expended for 
the sole purpose of funding the annual expenses of the Western 
Area Power Administration. The appropriations language for this 
account reflects the total estimated program funding to be 
reduced as revenues are received.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration, provides for the deposit of funds into the Utah 
Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Account.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected to recover 
purchase power and wheeling expenses to be credited to the 
account as offsetting collections and remain available until 
expended for the sole purpose of making purchase power and 
wheeling expenditures.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration, providing funds on a nonreimbursable basis for 
environmental remediation at the Basic Substation site in 
Henderson, NV.
    Language has been included under Construction, 
Rehabilitation, Operation and Maintenance, Western Area Power 
Administration providing for amounts collected by the Western 
Area Power Administration from the sale of power and related 
services that are applicable to the repayment of the annual 
expenses of this account in this and subsequent fiscal years 
shall be credited to this account as discretionary offsetting 
collections for the sole purpose of funding such expenses; and 
defining annual expenses for purposes of this appropriation.
    Language has been included under Falcon and Amistad 
Operating and Maintenance Fund providing for amounts collected 
by the Western Area Power Administration from the sale of power 
and related services to be credited as discretionary offsetting 
collections to remain available until expended for the sole 
purpose of funding the annual expenses of the hydroelectric 
facilities at Falcon and Amistad Dams and associated Western 
Area Power Administration activities. The appropriations 
language for this account reflects the total estimated program 
funding to be reduced as revenues are received.
    Language has been included under Falcon and Amistad 
Operating and Maintenance Fund providing for amounts collected 
by the Western Area Power Administration from the sale of power 
and related services from Falcon and Amistad Dams applicable to 
the repayment of the annual expenses of this account in this 
and subsequent fiscal years to be credited as discretionary 
offsetting collections for the sole purpose of funding such 
expenses; and defining annual expenses for purposes of this 
appropriation.
    Language has been included under Federal Energy Regulatory 
Commission to permit the hire of passenger motor vehicles, not 
to exceed $3,000 to provide official reception and 
representation expenses, and to permit the use of revenues 
collected to reduce the appropriation as revenues are received.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 301, providing that none of the 
funds may be used to make payments for a noncompetitive 
management and operating contract unless certain conditions are 
met.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 302, prohibiting the use of funds 
to prepare or initiate requests for proposals for programs that 
have not yet been funded by Congress.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 303, regarding section 4604 of the 
Atomic Energy Defense Act, that prohibits the use of funds 
appropriated by the Act to augment funds made available for 
severance payments and other benefits and assistance grants 
under that section without prior submission of a reprogramming 
request to the appropriate congressional committees; and the 
provision of enhanced severance payments or other benefits 
under that section.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 304, providing that unexpended 
balances of prior appropriations may be transferred and merged 
with new appropriation accounts established in this Act.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 305, prohibiting the Administrator 
of the Bonneville Power Administration to enter into any 
agreement to perform energy efficiency services outside the 
legally defined Bonneville service territory.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 306, requiring the Department of 
Energy to ensure broad public notice when it makes a user 
facility available to universities and other potential users or 
seeks input regarding significant characteristics or equipment 
in a user facility or a proposed user facility, and requiring 
competition when the Department partners with a university or 
other entity for the establishment or operation of a user 
facility.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 307, providing that funds for 
intelligence activities are deemed to be specifically 
authorized for purposes of section 504 of the National Security 
Act of 1947 during fiscal year 2010 until enactment of the 
Intelligence Authorization Act for fiscal year 2010.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 308, regarding the laboratory 
directed research and development activities.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 309, providing limited transfer 
authority to the Secretary of Energy to address pension 
requirements
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 310, adding a subsection on wage 
rate requirements to section 1702 of the Energy Policy Act of 
2005.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 311, relating to use of 
appropriated funds to record certain transactions under a 
funding account, subaccount or fund symbol other than the 
Bonneville Power Administration Fund account fund symbol.
    Language has been included under Department of Energy, 
General Provisions, Section 312, amending the definition of 
advanced technology vehicle in and adding a definition of ultra 
efficient vehicles to section 136 of the Energy Independence 
and Security Act of 2007 (42 U.S.C. 17013).

                     TITLE IV--INDEPENDENT AGENCIES

    Language has been included under Appalachian Regional 
Commission providing of the hire of passenger vehicles.
    Language has been included under Appalachian Regional 
Commission requiring any congressionally directed spending be 
taken from within a State's allocation in the fiscal year 
provided.
    Language has been included under Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission, Salaries and Expenses that provides for official 
representation expenses; derives funds from the Nuclear Waste 
Fund; and permits the use of revenues from licensing fees, 
inspections services, and other services for salaries and 
expenses. The appropriations language for this account reflects 
the total estimated program funding to be reduced as revenues 
are received.
    Language has been included under Office of Inspector 
General that provides for the use of revenues from licensing 
fees, inspections services, and other services for salaries and 
expenses. The appropriations language for this account reflects 
the total estimated program funding to be reduced as revenues 
are received.
    Language has been included under Office of the Federal 
Coordinator for Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects 
making funds received pursuant to section 802 of Public Law 
110-140 in excess of the amounts specified unavailable for 
obligation until appropriated.
    Language has been included under Independent Agencies, 
General Provisions, Section 401, directing the Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission to provide a report identifying barriers 
to and the NRC's recommendations for streamlining issuance of a 
Combined Construction and Operating License for qualified new 
nuclear reactors.

                      TITLE V--GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Language has been included under General Provisions, 
Section 501 prohibiting the use of funds in this Act to 
influence congressional action on any legislation or 
appropriation matters pending before Congress.
    Language has been included under General Provisions, 
Section 502 amending section 382B(c)(1) of the Consolidated 
Farm and Rural Development Act.

          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 italics, existing law in which no change 
is proposed is shown in roman):

                 MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2001

              (as enacted into law by Public Law 106-554)



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                               DIVISION B

TITLE I

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SEC. 154. NORTHERN WISCONSIN.

  (a) * * *

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  (h) Authorization of Appropriations.--There is authorized to 
be appropriated to carry out this section [$40,000,000] 
$60,000,000. Such sums shall remain available until expended.

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             SECTION 1702 OF THE ENERGY POLICY ACT OF 2005

SEC. 1702. TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

  (a) * * *

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  (k) Wage Rate Requirements.--All laborers and mechanics 
employed by contractors and subcontractors in the performance 
of construction work financed in whole or in part by a loan 
guaranteed under this title shall be paid wages at rates not 
less than those prevailing on projects of a character similar 
in the locality as determined by the Secretary of Labor in 
accordance with subchapter IV of chapter 31 of title 40, United 
States Code. With respect to the labor standards in this 
subsection, the Secretary of Labor shall have the authority and 
functions set forth in Reorganization Plan Numbered 14 of 1950 
(64 Stat. 1267; 5 U.S.C. App.) and section 3145 of title 40, 
United States Code.

    SECTION 382B OF THE CONSOLIDATED FARM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT ACT

SEC. 382B. DELTA REGIONAL AUTHORITY.

  (a) * * *

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  (c) Voting.--
          [(1) In general.--
                  [(A) Temporary method.--During the period 
                beginning on the date of enactment of this 
                subparagraph and ending on December 31, 2008, a 
                decision by the Authority shall require the 
                affirmative vote of the Federal cochairperson 
                and a majority of the State members (not 
                including any member representing a State that 
                is delinquent under subsection (g)(2)(C)) to be 
                effective.
                  [(B) Permanent method.--Effective beginning 
                on January 1, 2009, a decision by the Authority 
                shall require a majority vote of the Authority 
                (not including any member representing a State 
                that is delinquent under subsection (g)(2)(C)) 
                to be effective.]
          (1) In general.--A decision by the Authority shall 
        require the affirmative vote of the Federal co-
        chairperson and a majority of the State members (not 
        including any member representing a State that is 
        delinquent under subsection (g)(2)(C)) to be effective.

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  SECTION 132 OF THE ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 
                                  2006

  Sec. 132. White River Basin, Arkansas.--(a) Minimum Flows.--
          (1) * * *

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          (3) Impacts on non-federal project.--The 
        Administrator of Southwestern Power Administration, in 
        consultation with the project licensee and the relevant 
        state public utility commissions, shall determine any 
        impacts on electric energy and capacity generated at 
        Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Project No. 2221 
        caused by the storage reallocation at Bull Shoals Lake, 
        based on data and recommendations provided by the 
        relevant state public utility commissions. The licensee 
        of Project No. 2221 shall be fully compensated by the 
        [Corps of Engineers] Southwestern Power Administration 
        for those impacts on the basis of the present value of 
        the estimated future lifetime replacement costs of the 
        electrical energy and capacity at the time of 
        implementation of the White River Minimum Flows 
        project. Such costs shall be included in the costs of 
        implementing the White River Minimum Flows project and 
        allocated in accordance with subsection (a)(2) above.

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          (5) Payment to non-federal licensee.--Southwestern 
        Power Administration shall compensate the licensee of 
        Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Project No. 2221 
        pursuant to paragraph (3) using receipts collected from 
        the sale of Federal power and energy related services. 
        Pursuant to paragraph (6), Southwestern Power 
        Administration will begin collecting receipts in the 
        Special Receipts and Disbursement account upon the date 
        of enactment of this paragraph. Payment to the licensee 
        of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Project No. 
        2221 shall be paid as soon as adequate receipts are 
        collected in the Special Receipts and Disbursement 
        Account to fully compensate the licensee, and in 
        accordance with paragraph (2), such payment shall be 
        considered non-reimbursable.
          (6) The Southwestern Power Administration shall 
        compensate the licensee of Federal Energy Regulatory 
        Commission Project No. 2221 in annual payments of not 
        less than $5,000,000, until the licensee of Federal 
        Energy Regulatory Commission Project No. 2221 is fully 
        compensated pursuant to paragraph (3). At the end of 
        each fiscal year subsequent to implementation, any 
        remaining balance to be paid to the licensee of Project 
        No. 2221 shall accrue interest at the 30-year U.S. 
        Treasury bond rate in effect at the time of 
        implementation of the White River Minimum Flows 
        project.
          (7) Establishment of special receipt and disbursement 
        accounts.--There is established in the Treasury of the 
        United States a special receipt account and 
        corresponding disbursement account to be made available 
        to the Administrator of the Southwestern Power 
        Administration to disburse pre-collected receipts from 
        the sale of federal power and energy and related 
        services. The accounts are authorized for the following 
        uses:
                  (A) Collect and disburse receipts for 
                purchase power and wheeling expenses incurred 
                by Southwestern Power Administration to 
                purchase replacement power and energy as a 
                result of implementation of the White River 
                Minimum Flows project.
                  (B) Collect and disburse receipts related to 
                compensation of the licensee of Federal Energy 
                Regulatory Commission Project No. 2221.
                  (C) Said special receipt and disbursement 
                account shall remain available for not more 
                than 12 months after the date of full 
                compensation of the licensee of Federal Energy 
                Regulatory Commission Project No. 2221.
          (8) Time of implementation.--For purposes of 
        paragraphs (3) and (4), ``time of implementation'' 
        shall mean the authorization of the special receipt 
        account and corresponding disbursement account 
        described in paragraph (7).

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    SECTION 136 OF THE ENERGY INDEPENDENCE AND SECURITY ACT OF 2007

SEC. 136. ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY VEHICLES MANUFACTURING INCENTIVE PROGRAM.

  (a) Definitions.--In this section:
          (1) Advanced technology vehicle.--The term ``advanced 
        technology vehicle'' means an ultra efficient vehicle 
        or a light duty vehicle that meets--
                  (A) * * *

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          (5) Ultra efficient vehicle.--The term ``ultra 
        efficient vehicle'' means a fully closed compartment 
        vehicle designed to carry at least 2 adult passengers 
        that achieves--
                  (A) at least 75 miles per gallon while 
                operating on gasoline or diesel fuel;
                  (B) at least 75 miles per gallon equivalent 
                while operating as a hybrid electric-gasoline 
                or electric-diesel vehicle; or
                  (C) at least 75 miles per gallon equivalent 
                while operating as a fully electric vehicle.
  (b) Advanced Vehicles Manufacturing Facility.--The Secretary 
shall provide facility funding awards under this section to 
automobile manufacturers, ultra efficient vehicle 
manufacturers, and component suppliers to pay not more than 30 
percent of the cost of--
          (1) reequipping, expanding, or establishing a 
        manufacturing facility in the United States to 
        produce--
                  (A) qualifying advanced technology vehicles; 
                [or]
                  (B) qualifying components; [and] or
                  (C) ultra efficient vehicles; and
          (2) engineering integration performed in the United 
        States of qualifying vehicles, ultra efficient 
        vehicles, and qualifying components.

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  (g) Priority.--The Secretary shall, in making awards or loans 
to those manufacturers that have existing facilities, give 
priority to those facilities that are oldest or have been in 
existence for at least 20 years or are utilized primarily for 
the manufacture of ultra efficient vehicles. Such facilities 
can currently be sitting idle.
  (h) Set Aside for Small Automobile Manufacturers and 
Component Suppliers.--
          (1) Definition of covered firm.--In this subsection, 
        the term ``covered firm'' means a firm that--
                  (A) * * *
                  (B) manufactures [automobiles] ultra 
                efficient vehicles, automobiles, or components 
                of automobiles.

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                  Appropriations Not Authorized by Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f) 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:

<GRAPHIC(S) NOT AVAILABLE IN TIFF FORMAT>

                              Rescissions

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the Committee notes that that the 
accompanying bill does not propose any rescissions.

                 Comparison With the Budget Resolution

    Pursuant to clause 3(c)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives and section 308(a)(1)(A) of the 
Congressional Budget Act of 1974, the following table compares 
the levels of new budget authority provided in the bill with 
the appropriate allocation under section 302(b) of the Budget 
Act.

                                            [In millions of dollars]
 
                                                                  302(b) allocation             This bill
 
                                                                 Budget                    Budget
                                                               authority     Outlays     authority     Outlays
 
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the First Concurrent
 Resolution for 2010: Subcommittee on Energy and Water
 Development
    General purpose discretionary...........................       33,300       42,764       33,307    \1\42,771
    Mandatory...............................................            0            0            0            0
 
\1\Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

                      Five-Year Outlay Projections

    Pursuant to section 308(a)(1)(B) of the Congressional 
Budget Act of 1974, the following table contains five-year 
projections prepared by the Congressional Budget Office of 
outlays associated with the budget authority provided in the 
accompanying bill:

 
 
 
Projection of outlays associated with the
 recommendation:
    2010..............................................         \1\19,390
    2011..............................................             9,181
    2012..............................................             2,991
    2013..............................................               638
    2014 and future years.............................              831
 
\1\Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

               Assistance To State And Local Governments

    Pursuant to section 308(a)(1)(C) of the Congressional 
Budget Act of 1974, the amount of financial assistance to State 
and local governments is as follows:

 
                               [Millions]
 
 
 
Budget Authority......................................                93
Fiscal Year 2010 outlays resulting therefrom..........                19
 

                          Full Committee Votes

    Pursuant to the provisions of clause 3(b) of rule XIII of 
the House of Representatives, the results of each rollcall 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: July 7, 2009.
    Measure: Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 
2010.
    Motion by: Simpson.
    Description of motion: An amendment to provide the 
Secretary of Energy with the flexibility to use remaining loan 
guarantee authority under the Innovative Technology Loan 
Guarantee Program to make loan guarantees for any technology 
authorized under the program.
    Results: Rejected, 22 yeas to 35 nays.
        Members Voting Yea            Members Voting Nay
Mr. Aderholt                        Mr. Berry
Mr. Alexander                       Mr. Bishop
Mr. Bonner                          Mr. Boyd
Mr. Calvert                         Mr. Chandler
Mr. Carter                          Mr. Davis
Mr. Cole                            Ms. DeLauro
Mr. Crenshaw                        Mr. Dicks
Mr. Culberson                       Mr. Edwards
Nr, Edwards                         Mr. Kattah
Mrs. Emerson                        Mr. Farr
Mr. Frelinghuysen                   Mr. Fattah
Ms. Granger                         Mr. Hinchey
Mr. Kingston                        Mr. Honda
Mr. Kirk                            Mr. Israel
Mr. Latham                          Ms. Kaptur
Mr. LaTourette                      Mr. Kennedy
Mr. Lewis                           Ms. Lee
Mr. Rehberg                         Mrs. Lowey
Mr. Simpson                         Ms. McCollum
Mr. Tiahrt                          Mr. Mollohan
Mr. Wamp                            Mr. Moran
Mr. Wolf                            Mr. Murtha
Mr. Young                           Mr. Obey
                                    Mr. Olver
                                    Mr. Pastor
                                    Mr. Price
                                    Mr. Rodriguez
                                    Mr. Rothman
                                    Ms. Roybal-Allard
                                    Mr. Ryan
                                    Mr. Salazar
                                    Mr. Schiff
                                    Mr. Serrano
                                    Mr. Visclosky
                                    Ms. Wasserman Schultz

                             ROLL CALL NO.2

    Date: July 7, 2009.
    Measure: Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 
2010.
    Motion by: Calvert.
    Description of motion: An amendment to prohibit the Bureau 
of Reclamation and certain California agencies from restricting 
project operations to comply with two recent biological 
opinions, if those restrictions would lower water export levels 
below historical maximum levels.
    Results: Rejected, 25 yeas to 33 nays.
        Members Voting Yea            Members Voting Nay
Mr. Aderholt                        Mr. Berry
Mr. Alexander                       Mr. Bishop
Mr. Bonner                          Mr. Boyd
Mr. Calvert                         Mr. Chandler
Mr. Carter                          Mr. Davis
Mr. Cole                            Ms. DeLauro
Mr. Crenshaw                        Mr. Dicks
Mr. Culberson                       Mr. Farr
Mr. Edwards                         Mr. Fattah
Mrs. Emerson                        Mr. Hinchey
Mr. Frelinghuysen                   Mr. Honda
Ms. Granger                         Mr. Israel
Mr. Kingston                        Ms. Kaptur
Mr. Kirk                            Mr. Kennedy
Mr. Latham                          Ms. Kilpatrick
Mr. LaTourette                      Ms. Lee
Mr. Lewis                           Mrs. Lowey
Mr. Rehberg                         Mr. McCollum
Mr. Ruppersberger                   Mr. Mollohan
Mr. Salazar                         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
                                    Mr. Visclosky
                                    Ms. Wasserman Schultz

                             ROLL CALL NO.3

    Date: July 7, 2009.
    Measure: Energy and Water Development Appropriations Bill, 
2010.
    Motion by: Carter.
    Description of motion: An amendment to require the 
Secretary of Energy to notify the House and Senate Committees 
on Appropriations if the American Clean Energy and Security Act 
of 2009 or similar legislation causes an increase in 
electricity or fuel prices.
    Results: Rejected, 22 yeas to 36 nays.
        Members Voting Yea            Members Voting Nay
Mr. Aderholt                        Mr. Berry
Mr. Alexander                       Mr. Bishop
Mr. Bonner                          Mr. Boyd
Mr. Calvert                         Mr. Chandler
Mr. Carter                          Mr. Davis
Mr. Cole                            Ms. DeLauro
Mr. Crenshaw                        Mr. Dicks
Mr. Culberson                       Mr. Edwards
Mr. Emerson                         Mr. Farr
Mr. Frelinghuysen                   Mr. Fattah
Ms. Granger                         Mr. Hinchey
Mr. Kingston                        Ms. Honda
Mr. Kirk                            Mr. Israel
Mr. Latham                          Ms. Kaptur
Mr. LaTourette                      Mr. Kennedy
Mr. Lewis                           Ms. Kilpatrick
Mr. Rehberg                         Ms. Lee
Mr. Simpson                         Mrs. Lowey
Mr. Tiahrt                          Ms. McCollum
Mr. Wamp                            Mr. Mollohan
Mr. Wolf                            Mr. Moran
Mr. Young                           Mr. Murtha
                                    Mr. Obey
                                    Mr. Olver
                                    Mr. Pastor
                                    Mr. Price
                                    Mr. Rodriguez
                                    Mr. Rothman
                                    Ms. Roybal-Allard
                                    Mr. Ruppersberger
                                    Mr. Ryan
                                    Mr. Salazar
                                    Mr. Schiff
                                    Mr. Serrano
                                    Mr. Visclosky
                                    Ms. Wasserman Schultz

       Directed Spending by Congress and by the Executive Branch

    This bill contains $7.28 billion in grant funding awarded 
solely at the discretion of the Administration, and $4.8 
billion 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. The Corps of Engineers and the Bureau of 
Reclamation accounts in this bill are project-based accounts, 
and as such comprise a specific list of authorized projects 
each year. These accounts fund the planning, construction and 
operation and maintenance of the nation's water resource 
infrastructure; contribute to the safety of communities across 
the nation through flood and storm damage reduction projects; 
support the underpinnings of our economy through investments in 
our ports and harbors; and to restore the environment. The 
fiscal year 2009 Act reduced earmarks by 34 percent from 2006 
levels. This bill continues to reduce earmarks in 2010. For 
fiscal year 2010, earmarks are expected to be 10 percent below 
2009. It should also be noted that under the policies adopted 
by the Committee, member earmarks will no longer be provided to 
for-profit entities as a functional equivalent of no bid 
contracts. In cases where the Committee is funding an earmark 
designated by a member 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.

                                                 [$ in millions]
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            FY06                         FY08                        FY09                        FY10
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              $                     #             $             #             $             #             $
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$1,990......................        1,101        $1,340         1,014        $1,307           719          $596
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   DISCLOSURE OF EARMARKS AND CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS

    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.

                                                                                  ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT
                                                                            [Presidentially Directed Spending Items]
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                                                                                                                                                               Requester(s)
            Agency                         Account                                      Project                               Amount     -------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                                                             Administration                  House
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     AK CHIN INDIAN WATER RIGHTS SETTLEMENT ACT PROJECT            $10,600,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ANIMAS-LA PLATA PROJECT                                       $50,445,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ARBUCKLE PROJECT                                                 $234,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ARIZONA WATER SETTLEMENT ACT                                   $1,400,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     BALMORHEA PROJECT                                                 $58,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     BOISE AREA PROJECTS                                            $5,401,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CACHUMA PROJECT                                                $1,674,000  The President        Capps
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CALIFORNIA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                $500,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CALLEGUAS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT RECYCLING PROJECT             $100,000  The President        Capps; Gallegly
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CANADIAN RIVER PROJECT                                           $217,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CARLSBAD PROJECT                                               $3,719,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: AMERICAN RIVER DIVISION               $9,576,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: AUBURN-FOLSOM SOUTH UNIT              $1,663,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: DELTA DIVISION                       $20,405,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: EAST SIDE DIVISION                    $4,426,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: FRIANT DIVISION                       $5,756,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: MISCELLANEOUS PROJECT PROGRAMS       $11,796,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: REPLACEMENTS, ADDITIONS, &           $25,000,000  The President
                                                                EXTRAORDINARY MAINT. PROG.
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: SACRAMENTO RIVER DIVISION            $16,379,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: SAN FELIPE DIVISION                   $1,651,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: SAN JOAQUIN DIVISION                    $356,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: SHASTA DIVISION                       $8,054,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: TRINITY RIVER DIVISION               $10,495,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: WATER AND POWER OPERATIONS            $9,280,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: WEST SAN JOAQUIN DIVISION, SAN        $8,525,000  The President
                                                                LUIS UNIT
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: YIELD FEASIBILITY INVESTIGATION         $450,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLLBRAN PROJECT                                               $3,885,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLORADO INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                  $300,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLORADO RIVER BASIN, CENTRAL ARIZONA PROJECT`                $18,305,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLORADO RIVER FRONT WORK AND LEVEE SYSTEM                     $2,350,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLORADO-BIG THOMPSON PROJECT                                 $13,800,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLUMBIA AND SNAKE RIVER FCRPS ESA IMP.                       $17,800,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     COLUMBIA BASIN PROJECT                                        $16,454,000  The President        Hastings (WA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     CROOKED RIVER PROJECT                                            $839,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     DESCHUTES PROJECT                                                $482,000  The President        Walden
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     EASTERN NEW MEXICO INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAMS                        $50,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     EASTERN OREGON PROJECTS                                          $845,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     FORT PECK RESERVATION/DRY PRAIRIE RURAL WATER SYSTEM           $4,000,000  The President        Rehberg
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     FRUITGROWERS DAM PROJECT                                         $259,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     FRYINGPAN-ARKANSAS PROJECT                                     $8,650,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     FRYINGPAN-ARKANSAS PROJECT (LAKE PUEBLO STATE PARK)               $54,000  The President        Salazar
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     GRAND VALLEY UNIT, CRBSCP, TITLE II                            $1,477,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     HALFWAY WASH PROJECT STUDY                                       $125,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     HUNGRY HORSE PROJECT                                           $1,865,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     HUNTLEY PROJECT                                                   $87,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     HYRUM PROJECT                                                    $198,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     IDAHO INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                     $300,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     JICARILLA APACHE RESERVATION RURAL WATER SYSTEM                $3,000,000  The President        Lujan
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     KANSAS INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                     $25,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     KENDRICK PROJECT                                               $3,258,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     KLAMATH DAM REMOVAL STUDY                                      $2,000,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     KLAMATH PROJECT                                               $25,000,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LAHONTAN BASIN PROJECT                                         $7,276,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LAKE MEAD/LAS VEGAS WASH PROGRAM                               $2,700,000  The President        Berkley; Titus
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LAKE TAHOE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                          $102,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LEADVILLE/ ARKANSAS RIVER RECOVERY PROJECT                     $2,965,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LEWIS AND CLARK RURAL WATER SYSTEM                             $6,000,000  The President        Herseth Sandlin; King (IA); Walz
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LEWISTON ORCHARDS PROJECT                                      $1,264,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LONG BEACH AREA WATER RECLAMATION PROJECT                        $100,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LONG BEACH DESALINATION RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT         $100,000  The President        Richardson; Rohrabacher
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LOWER COLORADO RIVER INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                      $250,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LOWER RIO GRANDE WATER RESOURCES CONSERVATION PROGRAM          $1,000,000  The President        Hinojosa; Reyes
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     LOWER YELLOWSTONE PROJECT                                        $547,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MANCOS PROJECT                                                   $178,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MCGEE CREEK PROJECT                                              $664,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MID-DAKOTA RURAL WATER PROJECT                                    $15,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MIDDLE RIO GRANDE PROJECT                                     $23,699,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MILK RIVER PROJECT                                             $1,800,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MILK RIVER/ST. MARY DIVERSION REHABILITATION                   $3,000,000  The President        Rehberg
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MINIDOKA AREA PROJECTS                                         $7,168,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MIRAGE FLATS PROJECT                                             $135,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MNI WICONI PROJECT                                            $27,480,000  The President        Herseth Sandlin
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MONTANA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                   $140,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MOON LAKE PROJECT                                                 $80,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     MOUNTAIN PARK PROJECT                                            $525,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NAVAJO NATION INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                             $200,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NEWTON PROJECT                                                    $98,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NORMAN PROJECT                                                   $477,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NORTH PLATTE PROJECT                                           $1,617,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NORTHERN ARIZONA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                          $350,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NORTHERN UTAH INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                             $200,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     NUECES RIVER PROJECT                                             $741,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     OGDEN RIVER PROJECT                                              $390,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     OKLAHOMA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                  $150,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     OREGON INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                    $300,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ORLAND PROJECT                                                   $703,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PARADOX VALLEY UNIT, CRBSCP, TITLE II                          $2,346,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PECOS RIVER BASIN WATER SALVAGE PROJECT                          $209,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PERKINS COUNTY RURAL WATER SYSTEM                              $1,000,000  The President        Herseth Sandlin
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PHOENIX METROPOLITAN WATER REUSE PROJECT                         $100,000  The President        Pastor (AZ)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PICK-SLOAN MISSOURI BASIN PROGRAM--GARRISON DIVERSION         $26,347,000  The President        Pomeroy
                                                                UNIT
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PINE RIVER PROJECT                                               $346,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     PROVO RIVER PROJECT                                            $1,435,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     RAPID VALLEY/DEERFIELD PROJECT                                    $79,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     RIO GRANDE PROJECT                                             $4,999,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ROCKY BOYS/NORTH CENTRAL MONTANA RURAL WATER SYSTEM            $5,000,000  The President        Rehberg
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     ROGUE RIVER BASIN PROJECT, TALENT DIVISION                     $1,145,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SALT RIVER PROJECT                                               $650,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SALTON SEA RESEARCH PROJECT                                      $400,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN ANGELO PROJECT                                               $436,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE WATER SETTLEMENT ACT                     $325,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN DIEGO AREA WATER RECLAMATION PROGRAM                         $100,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN GABRIEL BASIN PROJECT                                        $100,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN JOSE AREA WATER RECLAMATION/REUSE PROGRAM--TITLE XVI         $100,000  The President        Honda; Lofgren, Zoe
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN JUAN RIVER BASIN INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                      $150,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN LUIS VALLEY PROJECT                                        $5,480,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAN LUIS VALLEY PROJECT (CONEJOS, CO)                            $646,000  The President        Salazar
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SAVAGE RAPIDS DAM REMOVAL                                      $1,160,000  The President        DeFazio; Walden
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SCOFIELD PROJECT                                                 $187,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SHOSHONE PROJECT                                               $1,156,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOBABO WATER RIGHTS SETTLEMENT PROJECT                         $5,000,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOLANO PROJECT                                                 $4,109,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTH/CENTRAL ARIZONA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                   $1,000,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTH/CENTRAL ARIZONA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM (CENTRAL             $80,000  The President        Pastor (AZ)
                                                                ARIZONA SALINITY STUDY)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTHERN ARIZONA WATER RIGHTS SETTLEMENT ACT PROJECT           $1,703,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                       $520,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTHERN NEVADA/UTAH INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                       $25,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTHERN NEW MEXICO/WEST TEXAS INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM            $150,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SOUTHERN UTAH INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                             $225,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     STRAWBERRY VALLEY PROJECT                                        $269,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     SUN RIVER PROJECT                                                $378,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     TEXAS INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                      $45,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     TUALATIN PROJECT                                                 $339,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     TUCUMCARI PROJECT                                                 $41,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     UMATILLA PROJECT                                               $4,310,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     UPPER COLORADO RIVER OPERATIONS PROGRAM                          $250,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     UPPER RIO GRANDE BASIN INVESTIGATIONS                             $75,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     VENTURA RIVER PROJECT                                            $592,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     W.C. AUSTIN PROJECT                                              $458,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WASHINGTON AREA PROJECTS                                         $208,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WASHINGTON INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM                                $150,000  The President        Hastings (WA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WASHITA BASIN PROJECT                                          $1,055,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WEBER BASIN PROJECT                                            $1,492,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WEBER RIVER PROJECT                                              $159,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WICHITA PROJECT-CHENEY DIVISION                                  $405,000  The President
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     WICHITA PROJECT-EQUUS BEDS DIVISION                              $600,000  The President        Tiahrt
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     YAKIMA PROJECT                                                 $8,512,000  The President        Hastings (WA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     YAKIMA RIVER BASIN WATER ENHANCEMENT PROJECT                   $8,500,000  The President        Hastings (WA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources     YUMA AREA PROJECTS                                            $24,500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ALTON TO GALE ORGANIZED LEVEE DISTRICT, IL & MO (DEF             $300,000  The President        Costello
                                                                CORR)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    AMERICAN RIVER WATERSHED (COMMON FEATURES), CA                 $6,700,000  The President        Lungren, Dan; Matsui
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    AMERICAN RIVER WATERSHED (FOLSOM DAM MODIFICATIONS), CA       $66,700,000  The President        Lungren, Dan; Matsui
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    AMERICAN RIVER WATERSHED (FOLSOM DAM RAISE & BRIDGE), CA         $600,000  The President        Lungren, Dan; Matsui
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ANTELOPE CREEK, LINCOLN, NE                                    $5,697,000  The President        Fortenberry
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, MD                                          $1,000,000  The President        Kratovil
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ATLANTIC COAST OF LONG ISLAND, LONG BEACH ISLAND, NY             $700,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ATLANTIC COAST OF NYC, ROCKAWAY INLET TO NORTON POINT,         $4,000,000  The President        Nadler (NY)
                                                                NY
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY BRIDGE REPLACEMENT AT             $100,000  The President        Forbes
                                                                DEEP CREEK, CHESAPEAKE, VA
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    BLUE RIVER CHANNEL, KANSAS CITY, MO                            $5,600,000  The President        Cleaver
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    BLUESTONE LAKE, WV (DAM SAFETY ASSURANCE)                     $86,700,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    BRAYS BAYOU, HOUSTON, TX                                      $11,018,000  The President        Culberson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CANTON LAKE, OK (DAM SAFETY)                                  $24,250,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CAPE MAY INLET TO LOWER TOWNSHIP, NJ                             $200,000  The President        LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CAROLINA BEACH AND VICINITY, NC                                $1,500,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CEDAR HAMMOCK, WARES CREEK, FL                                 $5,565,000  The President        Buchanan
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CENTER HILL DAM, TN (SEEPAGE CONTROL)                         $56,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CHAIN OF ROCKS CANAL, MISSISSIPPI RIVER, IL (DEF CORR)         $6,500,000  The President        Costello; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CHESTERFIELD, MO                                               $3,331,000  The President        Akin
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CHICAGO SANITARY AND SHIP CANAL, DISPERSAL BARRIER, IL         $7,275,000  The President        Dahlkemper; Davis (IL); Ehlers;
                                                                                                                                                                Kucinich; Oberstar; Petri;
                                                                                                                                                                Roskam; Slaughter
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CHICKAMAUGA LOCK, TENNESSEE RIVER, TN                          $1,000,000  The President        Davis (TN); Wamp
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CHIEF JOSEPH DAM GAS ABATEMENT, WA                             $1,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    CLEARWATER LAKE, MO (SEEPAGE CONTROL)                         $40,000,000  The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    COLUMBIA RIVER FISH MITIGATION, WA, OR & ID                   $85,800,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    COLUMBIA RIVER TREATY FISHING ACCESS SITES, OR & WA              $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DELAWARE BAY COASTLINE, ROOSEVELT INLET TO LEWES BEACH,          $350,000  The President        Castle
                                                                DE
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DES PLAINES RIVER, IL                                          $3,300,000  The President        Roskam; Schakowsky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL FACILITIES PROGRAM: CALUMET          $1,501,000  The President        Jackson (IL)
                                                                HARBOR AND RIVER, IL & IN
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL FACILITIES PROGRAM: CHARLESTON       $1,798,000  The President        Brown (SC)
                                                                HARBOR DMDF, SC
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL FACILITIES PROGRAM:                  $1,000,000  The President        Brown, Corrine; Crenshaw
                                                                JACKSONVILLE HARBOR, FL
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DREDGED MATERIAL DISPOSAL FACILITIES PROGRAM: SAVANNAH           $900,000  The President
                                                                HARBOR DMDF, GA
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DOVER DAM MUSKINGUM RIVER, OH                                 $18,500,000  The President        Space
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    DUWAMISH AND GREEN RIVER BASIN, WA                             $2,600,000  The President        Dicks; McDermott; Reichert; Smith
                                                                                                                                                                (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    EAST ST. LOUIS, IL                                             $2,000,000  The President        Costello; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ELK CREEK LAKE, OR                                               $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    EMSWORTH LOCKS & DAM, OHIO RIVER, PA (STATIC INSTABILITY      $25,000,000  The President        Altmire; Doyle
                                                                CORRECTION)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    FIRE ISLAND INLET TO MONTAUK POINT, NY                         $5,800,000  The President        King (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    GARRISON DAM AND POWER PLANT, ND (REPLACEMENT)                 $8,620,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    GREAT EGG HARBOR INLET AND PECK BEACH, NJ                      $6,500,000  The President        LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    HAMILTON AIRFIELD WETLANDS RESTORATION, CA                    $14,250,000  The President        Pelosi; Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    HERBERT HOOVER DIKE, FL (SEEPAGE CONTROL)                    $130,000,000  The President        Rooney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    HOWARD HANSON DAM, WA                                         $13,000,000  The President        Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    INDIANA HARBOR, CONFINED DISPOSAL FACILITY, IN                $13,500,000  The President        Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    J. BENNETT JOHNSTON WATERWAY, LA                               $7,000,000  The President        Alexander; Fleming
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    JOHN H. KERR DAM AND RESERVOIR, VA & NC (REPLACEMENT)         $16,915,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    KANSAS CITYS, MO & KS                                            $100,000  The President        Graves
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    KAWEAH RIVER, CA                                                 $640,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    KENTUCKY LOCK AND DAM, TENNESSEE RIVER, KY                     $1,000,000  The President        Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LAROSE TO GOLDEN MEADOW, LA (HURRICANE PROTECTION)             $2,000,000  The President        Melancon
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LITTLE CALUMET RIVER, IN                                      $20,000,000  The President        Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LOCKS AND DAMS 2, 3 AND 4 MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA                $6,210,000  The President        Doyle; Murphy, Tim; Murtha
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LOS ANGELES HARBOR MAIN CHANNEL DEEPENING, CA                    $885,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LOWER CAPE MAY MEADOWS, CAPE MAY POINT, NJ                       $400,000  The President        LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, OR & WA            $1,650,000  The President        Baird; Blumenauer
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    LOWER SNAKE RIVER FISH AND WILDLIFE COMPENSATION, WA, OR       $1,500,000  The President
                                                                & ID
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MARKLAND LOCKS AND DAM, KY (MAJOR REHAB)                       $1,000,000  The President        Davis (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MARTIN COUNTY, FL                                                $350,000  The President        Rooney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MCCOOK AND THORNTON RESERVOIRS, IL                            $25,000,000  The President        Bean; Davis (IL); Gutierrez;
                                                                                                                                                                Jackson (IL); Quigley; Roskam;
                                                                                                                                                                Schakowsky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN THE OHIO AND MISSOURI RIVERS           $580,000  The President
                                                                (REG WORKS), MO & IL
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MISSOURI RIVER FISH MITIGATION, IA, KS, MO, MT, NE, ND &      $60,000,000  The President        Rehberg
                                                                SD
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MT. ST. HELENS SEDIMENT CONTROL, WA                            $1,500,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MUD MOUNTAIN DAM, WA (FISH PASSAGE)                              $400,000  The President        Dicks; Reichert; Smith (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    MUDDY RIVER, MA                                                $6,000,000  The President        Frank (MA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    NAPA RIVER, CA                                                 $5,000,000  The President        Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    NAPA RIVER, SALT MARSH RESTORATION, CA                           $100,000  The President        Miller, George; Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY HARBOR, NY & NJ                       $92,016,000  The President        Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    NORFOLK HARBOR, CRANEY ISLAND, VA                                $100,000  The President        Nye; Scott (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    OAKLAND HARBOR (50 FOOT PROJECT), CA                           $1,000,000  The President        Lee (CA); Pelosi
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    OLMSTED LOCKS AND DAM, OHIO RIVER, IL & KY                   $109,790,000  The President        Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    PINELLAS COUNTY, FL                                           $14,000,000  The President        Young (FL)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    POPLAR ISLAND, MD                                              $8,550,000  The President        Cummings; Kratovil;
                                                                                                                                                                Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    PORTUGUES AND BUCANA RIVERS, PR                               $42,000,000  The President        Pierluisi
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    PRESQUE ISLE PENINSULA, PA (PERMANENT)                         $1,000,000  The President        Dahlkemper
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    RARITAN RIVER BASIN, GREEN BROOK SUB-BASIN, NJ                 $7,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    RICHARD B. RUSSEL DAM & LAKE, GA & SC                          $1,615,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    RIO GRANDE FLOODWAY, SAN ACACIA TO BOSQUE DEL APACHE, NM         $800,000  The President        Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    RIO PUERTO NUEVO, PR                                           $4,000,000  The President        Pierluisi
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ROANOKE RIVER UPPER BASIN, HEADWATERS AREA, VA                 $1,075,000  The President        Goodlatte
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SACRAMENTO DEEPWATER SHIP CHANNEL, CA                         $10,000,000  The President        Tauscher; Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SACRAMENTO RIVER BANK PROTECTION PROJECT, CA                  $15,000,000  The President        Herger; Matsui; McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SANTA ANA RIVER MAINSTEM, CA                                  $52,193,000  The President        Calvert; Miller, Gary;
                                                                                                                                                                Rohrabacher; Sanchez, Loretta
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SAVANNAH HARBOR EXPANSION, GA                                  $2,000,000  The President        Barrow; Bishop (GA); Deal;
                                                                                                                                                                Gingrey (GA); Kingston; Linder;
                                                                                                                                                                Scott (GA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SIMS BAYOU, HOUSTON, TX                                       $25,700,000  The President        Green, Al
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SOUTH FLORIDA EVERGLADES ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, FL           $210,239,000  The President        Diaz-Balart, Lincoln; Diaz-
                                                                                                                                                                Balart, Mario; Hastings (FL);
                                                                                                                                                                Klein (FL); Rooney; Wasserman
                                                                                                                                                                Schultz; Wexler
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SOUTH SACRAMENTO COUNTY STREAMS, CA                            $4,750,000  The President        Lungren, Dan; Matsui
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ST. LOUIS FLOOD PROTECTION, MO                                   $566,000  The President        Carnahan
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    ST. PAUL HARBOR, AK                                            $3,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    SUCCESS DAM AND RESERVOIR, CA (DAM SAFETY)                    $10,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    TEXAS CITY CHANNEL, TX                                         $8,000,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    TURKEY CREEK BASIN, KANSAS CITY, KS & MO                       $2,500,000  The President        Cleaver; Moore (KS)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER RESTORATION, IL, IA, MN, MO & WI      $20,000,000  The President        Akin; Boswell; Carnahan; Ellison;
                                                                                                                                                                Halvorson; Hare; Jackson (IL);
                                                                                                                                                                Loebsack; McCollum; Oberstar;
                                                                                                                                                                Schock; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WASHINGTON, DC & VICINITY                                        $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WEST ONSLOW BEACH AND NEW RIVER INLET TOPSAIL BEACH, NC          $400,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WILLAMETTE RIVER TEMPERATURE CONTROL, OR                      $11,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WILMINGTON HARBOR, NC                                          $1,800,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WOLF CREEK DAM, LAKE CUMBERLAND, KY (SEEPAGE CONTROL)        $123,000,000  The President        Rogers (KY); Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                    WOOD RIVER LEVEE, IL                                           $1,170,000  The President        Costello; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     CAMP CREEK, ZUMWALT PRAIRIE PRESERVE, OR                                   The President        Walden
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     CARPENTER CREEK, WA                                                        The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     CHARITON RIVER/RATHBUN LAKE WATERSHED, IA                                  The President        Boswell; Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     DRAYTON DAM, ND                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     EMIQUON FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION, IL                                         The President        Hare; Schock
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     EUGENE DELTA PONDS, OR                                                     The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     GOOSE CREEK, CO                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     JACKSON CREEK, GWINETT COUNTY, GA                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     KELLOGG CREEK, OR                                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     LITTLE RIVER WATERSHED, HALL COUNTY, GA                                    The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     MALDEN RIVER ECOSYSTEM, MA                                                 The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     MOSES LAKE, TX                                                             The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     OAKS BOTTOM, OR                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     ORLAND PARK, IL                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     RIO GRANDE, LAREDO, TX                                                     The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     SPRING LAKE, SAN MARCOS, TX                                                The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     SPRINGFIELD MILLRACE, OR                                                   The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     STORM LAKE, IA                                                             The President        King (IA)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     VENTURA MARSH, CLEAR LAKE, IA                                              The President        Latham
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     WILSON BAY RESTORATION, JACKSONVILLE, NC                                   The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                     WWTP, STEPHENVILLE, TX                                                     The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     ATACHAFALAYA RIVER, SHELL ISLAND PASS, ST. MARY PARISH,                    The President
                                                                LA
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     BARATARIA BAY WATERWAY, MILE 6.0--0.0, PLAQUEMINES PH,                     The President
                                                                LA
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     BLACKHAWK BOTTOMS, DES MOINES COUNTY, IA                                   The President        Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     BUFFALO RIVER REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT, NY                             The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     CALCASIEU RIVER, MILE 5.0--14.0, CAMERON PARISH, LA                        The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     CAPE COD CANAL, SANDWICH, MA                                               The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     MANTEO, OLD HOUSE CHANNEL, NC                                              The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     MAUMEE BAY HABITAT RESTORATION, OH                                         The President        Kaptur
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     NEWBURYPORT HARBOR, MA                                                     The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     NJIWW BENEFICIAL USE, NJ                                                   The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     SOUTH PADRE ISLAND, TX (REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT)                      The President        Ortiz
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Corps of Engineers             Section 204                     WYNN ROAD, OREGON, OH                                                      The President        Kaptur
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     BEAVER CREEK & TRIBS, BRISTOL, TN                                          The President        Boucher
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     BLANCHARD RIVER, FINDLAY, OH                                               The President        Jordan (OH); Latta
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     BLANCHARD RIVER, OTTAWA, OH                                                The President        Latta
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     DUCK CREEK, OH (FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM)                                      The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     EUREKA CREEK, MANHATTAN, KS                                                The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     LITTLE RIVER DIVERSION, DUTCHTOWN, MO                                      The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     LIVINGSTON, MT                                                             The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     MAD CREEK, MUSCATINE, IA                                                   The President        Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     PLATTE RIVER, FREMONT, NE                                                  The President        Fortenberry
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     PLATTE RIVER, SCHUYLER, NE                                                 The President        Fortenberry
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     RIO DESCALABRADA, SANTA ISABEL,PR                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     RIO GUAMANI, GUAYANA, PR                                                   The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     SUN VALLEY, EL PASO, TX                                                    The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     WEST VIRGINIA STATEWIDE FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM, WV                           The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                     WYNNE, AR                                                                  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     BRUNSWICK HARBOR/JEKYLL ISLAND, GA                                         The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     CAMP ELLIS, SACO, ME                                                       The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     EAST PASS CHANNEL, PANAMA CITY, FL                                         The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     FAIRPORT HARBOR, OH                                                        The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     MANISTEE HARBOR & RIVER CHANNEL, MI                                        The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     MOBILE PASS, AL                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     VERMILLION, OH                                                             The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 111                     WHITCOMB FLATS, WA                                                         The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                     BUCKS HARBOR, MACHIASPORT, ME                                              The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                     MACKINAC ISLAND HARBOR BREAKWATER, MI                                      The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                     SAVOONGA HARBOR, ST LAWRENCE, AK                                           The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    AQUATIC HABITAT RESTORATION AT PUEBLO OF SANTA ANA, NM                     The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    BENNINGTON LAKE DIVERSION DAM, WA                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    BLOOMINGTON STATE PARK, MO                                                 The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    BLUE VALLEY WETLANDS, JACKSON COUNTY, MO                                   The President        Cleaver
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    BRAIDED REACH, ID                                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    DUCK CREEK, STODDARD COUNTY, MO                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    GREEN RIVER DAM MOD, KY                                                    The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    LOWER COLUMBIA SLOUGH, OR                                                  The President        Blumenauer
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    LOWER KINGMAN ISLAND, DC                                                   The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    PRISON FARM SHORELINE HABITAT, ND                                          The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    SHORTY'S ISLAND, ID                                                        The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    TAPPAN LAKE, OH                                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                    WALLA WALLA RIVER, OR                                                      The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                     COASTAL AREAS, MARSHFIELD, MA                                              The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                     FORT SAN GERONIMO, PR                                                      The President
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                     LINCOLN PARK BEACH, SEATTLE, WA                                            The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  ALA WAI CANAL, OAHU, HI                                          $308,000  The President        Abercrombie
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  AUGUSTA, GA                                                      $278,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  BAYOU SORREL LOCK, LA                                          $1,239,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  BOSTON HARBOR (45-FOOT CHANNEL), MA                              $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  BRAZOS ISLAND HARBOR, BROWNSVILLE CHANNEL, TX                    $600,000  The President        Edwards (TX); Ortiz
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  BUFFALO RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL DREDGING, NY                         $350,000  The President        Higgins
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  CALCASIEU LOCK, LA                                             $1,000,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  CALIFORNIA COASTAL SEDIMENT MASTER PLAN, CA                      $900,000  The President        Harman
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  COLLECTION AND STUDY OF BASIC DATA--COASTAL FIELD DATA           $525,000  The President        Bilbray; Woolsey
                                                                COLLECTION: COASTAL DATA INFORMATION PROGRAM & SOUTHERN
                                                                CA BEACH PROCESSES STUDY, CA
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  COYOTE AND BERRYESSA CREEKS, CA                                  $102,000  The President        Honda
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  CURRITUCK SOUND, NC                                              $150,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMPREHENSIVE, NJ                           $400,000  The President        Holt; Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  DES PLAINES RIVER, IL (PHASE II)                                 $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  EASTERN SHORE, MID-CHESAPEAKE BAY ISLAND, MD                     $250,000  The President        Cummings; Kratovil;
                                                                                                                                                                Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  EDISTO ISLAND, SC                                                $167,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  FREEPORT HARBOR, TX                                              $675,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  GIWW, HIGH ISLAND TO BRAZOS RIVER REALIGNMENTS, TX               $200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  GREAT LAKES NAVIGATION SYSTEM STUDY, MI, IL, IN, MN, NY,         $400,000  The President
                                                                OH, PA & WI
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  GUADALUPE AND SAN ANTONIO RIVER BASINS, TX                       $423,000  The President        Rodriguez
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  HAGATNA RIVER FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION, GUAM                       $200,000  The President        Bordallo
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  HAMILTON CITY, CA                                                $400,000  The President        Herger
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  HUDSON-RARITAN ESTUARY, HACKENSACK MEADOWLANDS, NJ               $250,000  The President        Rothman (NJ); Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  HUDSON-RARITAN ESTUARY, LOWER PASSAIC RIVER, NJ                  $200,000  The President        Pascrell; Rothman (NJ); Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  HUDSON-RARITAN ESTUARY, NY & NJ                                  $200,000  The President        Crowley; Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  ILLINOIS RIVER BASIN RESTORATION, IL                             $400,000  The President        Halvorson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  INDIAN RIVER LAGOON NORTH, FL                                    $150,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  INDIANA HARBOR, IN                                             $1,000,000  The President        Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  INTERBASIN CONTROL OF GREAT LAKES-MISSISSIPPI RIVER              $300,000  The President
                                                                AQUATIC NUISANCE SPECIES, IL, IN, OH, WI
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  JAMAICA BAY, MARINE PARK AND PLUMB BEACH, NY                     $200,000  The President        Sires; Weiner
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  JOHN H. KERR DAM & RESERVOIR, VA & NC (SEC 216)                  $300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  KANSAS CITYS, MO & KS                                            $700,000  The President        Cleaver; Moore (KS)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  LOUISIANA COASTAL AREA ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, LA              $20,000,000  The President        Boustany; Cao
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  LOUISIANA COASTAL PROTECTION AND RESTORATION, LA               $3,000,000  The President        Cao
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  LOWER COLORADO RIVER BASIN, TX                                   $700,000  The President        Conaway; Edwards (TX); Smith (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  LOWER COLUMBIA RIVER ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, OR & WA              $300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  LYNNHAVEN RIVER BASIN, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA                        $112,000  The President        Nye
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  MATANUSKA RIVER WATERSHED, AK                                    $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  MERRIMACK RIVER WATERSHED STUDY, NH & MA                         $200,000  The President        Hodes
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  MILL CREEK WATERSHED, DAVIDSON COUNTY, TN                         $50,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  MINNESOTA RIVER WATERSHED STUDY, MN & SD                         $350,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  MISSOURI RIVER DEGRADATION, MO & KS                              $700,000  The President        Cleaver; Graves; Moore (KS)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  NEUSE RIVER BASIN, NC                                            $200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  NUECES RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, TX                                 $600,000  The President        Gonzalez; Ortiz; Rodriguez; Smith
                                                                                                                                                                (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  PILGRIM LAKE, TRURO & PROVINCETOWN, MA                           $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  PIMA COUNTY (TRES RIOS DEL NORTE), AZ                            $275,000  The President        Giffords; Grijalva
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  PORT EVERGLADES HARBOR, FL                                       $825,000  The President        Wasserman Schultz
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  PUGET SOUND NEARSHORE MARINE HABITAT RESTORATION, WA             $400,000  The President        Baird; Dicks; Inslee; Larsen
                                                                                                                                                                (WA); McDermott; Smith (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  PUYALLUP RIVER, WA                                               $600,000  The President        Dicks; Smith (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  RED RIVER OF THE NORTH BASIN, ND, MN, SD & MANITOBA,             $150,000  The President        Pomeroy
                                                                CANADA
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  RIO GRANDE BASIN, TX                                             $304,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  SABINE PASS TO GALVESTON BAY, TX                                 $200,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  SAC-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA, DELTA ISLANDS AND LEVEES, CA              $468,000  The President        McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  SHREWSBURY RIVER BASIN AND TRIBUTARIES, NJ                       $511,000  The President        Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  SOLANA-ENCINITAS SHORELINE, CA                                   $440,000  The President        Bilbray
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  SUTTER COUNTY, CA                                              $1,100,000  The President        Herger
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  TOPEKA, KS                                                       $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  TYBEE ISLAND, GA                                                 $206,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  UPPER PENITENCIA CREEK, CA                                       $386,000  The President        Honda
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  VA SHLY'AY AKIMEL SALT RIVER RESTORATION, AZ                   $1,050,000  The President        Mitchell; Pastor (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  WALLA WALLA WATERSHED, OR & WA                                   $203,000  The President        McMorris Rodgers; Walden
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  WILD RICE RIVER, MN (RED RIVER OF THE NORTH BASIN)               $500,000  The President        Peterson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  WILLAMETTE RIVER FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION, OR                      $240,000  The President        Wu
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  YAKUTAT HARBOR, AK                                               $450,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                  YELLOWSTONE RIVER CORRIDOR, MT                                   $200,000  The President        Rehberg
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Investigations             ALEXANDRIA TO THE GULF, LA                                     $1,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Investigations             COLDWATER RIVER BASIN BELOW ARKABUTLA LAKE, MS                    $84,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Investigations             DONALDSONVILLE TO THE GULF, LA                                   $400,000  The President        Melancon
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Investigations             MEMPHIS METRO AREA, STORM WATER MANAGEMENT STUDY, TN             $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction               ATCHAFALAYA BASIN FLOODWAY SYSTEM, LA                          $2,664,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction               ATCHAFALAYA BASIN, LA                                          $5,834,000  The President        Melancon
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction               CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT, AR, IL, KY, LA, MS, MO & TN              $47,721,000  The President        Berry; Taylor
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction               MISSISSIPPI DELTA REGION, LA                                   $2,250,000  The President        Cao
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction               MISSISSIPPI RIVER LEVEES, AR, IL, KY, LA, MS, MO & TN         $28,874,000  The President        Berry; Cao; Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             ATCHAFALAYA BASIN FLOODWAY SYSTEM, LA                          $2,532,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             ATCHAFALAYA BASIN, LA                                         $12,374,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             BATON ROUGE HARBOR, DEVIL SWAMP, LA                               $43,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             BAYOU COCODRIE AND TRIBUTARIES, LA                                $54,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             BONNET CARRE, LA                                               $2,415,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT, AR, IL, KY, LA, MS, MO & TN              $67,350,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             GREENVILLE HARBOR, MS                                            $549,000  The President        Thompson (MS)
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             HELENA HARBOR, PHILLIPS COUNTY, AR                               $211,000  The President        Berry
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, AR                                $425,000  The President        Boozman
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, IL                                $191,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, KY                                $100,000  The President        Yarmuth
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, LA                              $1,716,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MO                                $150,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MS                                 $25,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, TN                                 $45,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             LOWER ARKANSAS RIVER, NORTH BANK, AR                             $223,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             LOWER ARKANSAS ROVER, SOUTH BANK, AR                             $150,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             LOWER RED RIVER, SOUTH BANK LEVEES, LA                           $100,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             MEMPHIS HARBOR, MCKELLAR LAKE, TN                              $1,417,000  The President        Cohen
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             MISSISSIPPI DELTA REGION--CAERNARVON, LA                         $358,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             MISSISSIPPI RIVER LEVEES, AR, IL, KY, LA, MS, MO & TN          $8,011,000  The President        Berry; Cao; Emerson
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             OLD RIVER, LA                                                  $9,739,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             ST. FRANCIS RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, AR & MO                     $6,243,000  The President        Berry; Emerson
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             TENSAS BASIN, BOEUF AND TENSAS RIVERS, AR & LA                 $2,485,000  The President        Ross
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             TENSAS BASIN, RED RIVER BACKWATER, LA                          $3,660,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             VICKSBURG HARBOR, MS                                              $42,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             WAPPAPELLO LAKE, MO                                            $5,416,000  The President        Emerson
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             WHITE RIVER BACKWATER, AR                                      $1,217,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, ARKABUTLA LAKE, MS                                $6,091,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, BIG SUNFLOWER RIVER, MS                             $154,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, ENID LAKE, MS                                     $5,915,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, GREENWOOD, MS                                       $807,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, GRENADA LAKE, MS                                  $6,331,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, MAIN STEM, MS                                     $1,733,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, SARDIS LAKE, MS                                   $7,329,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, TRIBUTARIES, MS                                     $778,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, WILL M WHITTINGTON AUX CHAN, MS                     $332,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, YAZOO BACKWATER AREA, MS                            $544,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Operations and             YAZOO BASIN, YAZOO CITY, MS                                      $731,000  The President
                                Maintenance
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ABIQUIU DAM, NM                                                $3,305,000  The President        Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALABAMA--COOSA COMPREHENSIVE WATER STUDY, AL                     $253,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALABAMA RIVER LAKES, AL                                       $16,785,000  The President        Bonner; Davis (AL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALAMO LAKE, AZ                                                 $1,542,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALBENI FALLS DAM, ID                                           $1,545,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALLATOONA LAKE, GA                                             $7,077,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALLEGHENY RIVER, PA                                            $9,039,000  The President        Doyle
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALMOND LAKE, NY                                                  $524,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALUM CREEK LAKE, OH                                            $1,545,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ALVIN R. RUSH DAM, PA                                            $659,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ANCHORAGE HARBOR, AK                                          $18,659,000  The President        Young (AK)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             APALACHICOLA, CHATTAHOOCHEE AND FLINT RIVERS, GA, AL &         $2,437,000  The President
                                                                FL
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             APPLEGATE LAKE, OR                                             $1,302,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             AQUILLA LAKE, TX                                               $1,564,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ARCADIA LAKE, OK                                                 $521,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ARKANSAS-RED RIVER BASINS CHLORIDE CONTROL-AREA VIII, TX       $1,558,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ARKPORT DAM, NY                                                  $298,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ASHTABULA HARBOR, OH                                             $840,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATCHAFALAYA RIVER AND BAYOUS CHENE, BOEUF & BLACK, LA         $11,640,000  The President        Alexander; Melancon
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY--ACC, VA                        $2,620,000  The President        Forbes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY--DSC, NC & VA                     $991,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, GA                               $865,000  The President        Kingston
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, NC                             $4,300,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ATLANTIC INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, SC                             $2,500,000  The President        Brown (SC); Wilson (SC)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             AYLESWORTH CREEK LAKE, PA                                        $215,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             B. EVERETT JORDAN DAM AND LAKE, NC                             $1,898,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BALL MOUNTAIN, VT                                                $858,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BALTIMORE HARBOR AND CHANNELS (50 FOOT), MD                   $15,513,000  The President        Cummings; Ruppersberger; Sarbanes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BALTIMORE HARBOR, MD (DRIFT REMOVAL)                             $360,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARATARIA BAY WATERWAY, LA                                       $165,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARBERS POINT HARBOR, HI                                         $201,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARDWELL LAKE, TX                                              $2,229,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARKLEY DAM AND LAKE, BARKLEY, KY & TN                        $10,393,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARNEGAT INLET, NJ                                               $475,000  The President        Adler (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARRE FALLS DAM, MA                                              $753,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BARREN RIVER LAKE, KY                                          $2,514,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU BODCAU RESERVOIR, LA                                       $954,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND LAFOURCHE-JUMP WATERWAY, LA                $1,211,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU PIERRE, LA                                                  $24,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU SEGNETTE WATERWAY, LA                                       $49,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU TECHE & VERMILION RIVER, LA                                 $15,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYOU TECHE, LA                                                  $200,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BAYPORT SHIP CHANNEL, TX                                       $4,968,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BEAR CREEK LAKE, CO                                              $395,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BEAVER LAKE, AR                                                $8,864,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BEECH FORK LAKE, WV                                            $1,405,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BELTON LAKE, TX                                                $3,280,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BELTZVILLE LAKE, PA                                            $1,201,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BENBROOK LAKE, TX                                              $2,575,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BERLIN LAKE, OH                                                $2,198,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BIG BEND DAM, LAKE SHARPE, SD                                  $9,873,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BIG SANDY HARBOR, KY                                           $1,710,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BIGSTONE LAKE AND WHETSTONE RIVER, MN & SD                       $276,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BILOXI HARBOR, MS                                              $1,250,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BIRCH HILL DAM, MA                                             $1,203,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BIRCH LAKE, OK                                                   $902,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLACK BUTTE LAKE, CA                                           $2,234,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLACK ROCK CHANNEL AND TONAWANDA HARBOR, NY                    $1,503,000  The President        Higgins
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLACK ROCK LAKE, CT                                            $1,436,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLACK WARRIOR AND TOMBIGBEE RIVERS, AL                        $24,180,000  The President        Aderholt; Bachus
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLACKWATER DAM, NH                                               $610,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLAKLEY MT DAM, LAKE OUACHITA, AR                              $7,000,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLUE MARSH LAKE, PA                                            $2,696,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE, AR                                         $1,914,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLUE RIVER LAKE, OR                                              $940,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BLUESTONE LAKE, WV                                             $1,661,000  The President        Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BONNEVILLE LOCK & DAM, OR & WA                                $13,911,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BOSTON HARBOR, MA                                              $7,000,000  The President        Lynch
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BOWMAN HALEY, ND                                                 $350,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BRAZOS ISLAND HARBOR, TX                                       $7,000,000  The President        Edwards (TX); Ortiz
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BROKEN BOW LAKE, OK                                            $3,202,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BROOKVILLE LAKE, IN                                              $862,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BRUNSWICK HARBOR, GA                                           $7,156,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUCHANAN DAM, HV EASTMAN LAKE, CA                              $2,041,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUCKHORN LAKE, KY                                              $1,585,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUFFALO BAYOU & TRIBUTARIES, TX                                $2,958,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUFFALO HARBOR, NY                                             $1,925,000  The President        Higgins
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUFFUMVILLE LAKE, MA                                             $836,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUFORD DAM AND LAKE SIDNEY LANIER, GA                          $8,924,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BULL SHOALS LAKE, AR                                          $14,234,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BURNS WATERWAY HARBOR, IN                                        $165,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BURNSVILLE LAKE, WV                                            $2,246,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             BUTTERMILK CHANNEL, NY                                         $1,760,000  The President        Nadler (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CADDO LAKE, LA                                                   $224,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CAESAR CREEK LAKE, OH                                          $1,500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CAGLES MILL LAKE, IN                                             $892,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CALCASIEU RIVER AND PASS, LA                                  $17,968,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CALUMET HARBOR AND RIVER, IL & IN                              $3,120,000  The President        Jackson (IL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CANAVERAL HARBOR, FL                                           $4,600,000  The President        Posey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CANTON LAKE, OK                                                $2,217,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CANYON LAKE, TX                                                $4,005,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CAPE COD CANAL, MA                                            $13,263,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CAPE FEAR RIVER ABOVE WILMINGTON, NC                             $988,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CARLYLE LAKE, IL                                               $5,171,000  The President        Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CARR CREEK LAKE, KY                                            $1,737,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CARTERS DAM AND LAKE, GA                                       $8,318,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CARUTHERSVILLE HARBOR, MO                                         $40,000  The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CAVE RUN LAKE, KY                                                $926,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CECIL M. HARDEN LAKE, IN                                       $1,027,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CEDAR BAYOU, TX                                                $1,790,000  The President        Edwards (TX); Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CENTER HILL LAKE, TN                                           $6,143,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CENTRAL & SOUTHERN FLORIDA, FL                                $23,876,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHANNEL TO HARLINGEN, TX                                       $2,161,000  The President        Edwards (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHANNEL TO PORT BOLIVAR, TX                                      $383,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHANNELS IN LAKE ST. CLAIR, MI                                 $1,636,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHARLES RIVER NATURAL VALLEY STORAGE AREA, MA                    $275,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHARLESTON HARBOR, SC                                         $10,694,000  The President        Brown (SC)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHARLEVOIX HARBOR, MI                                            $203,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHATFIELD LAKE, CO                                             $1,442,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHEATHAM LOCK AND DAM, TN                                      $6,454,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHENA RIVER LAKES, AK                                          $2,816,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHERRY CREEK LAKE, CO                                          $1,999,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHETCO RIVER, OR                                                 $909,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHICAGO HARBOR, IL                                             $3,889,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHICAGO RIVER, IL                                                $493,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHICKAMAUGA LOCK, TENNESSEE RIVER, TN                          $3,775,000  The President        Wamp
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHIEF JOSEPH DAM, WA                                             $790,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CHINCOTEAGUE INLET, VA                                           $913,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLAIRBORNE COUNTY PORT, MS                                         $2,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLARENCE CANNON DAM AND MARK TWAIN LAKE, MO                    $6,813,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLARENCE J BROWN DAM, OH                                       $1,145,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLEARWATER LAKE, MO                                            $2,933,000  The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLEVELAND HARBOR, OH                                           $7,357,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CLINTON LAKE, KS                                               $2,073,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COCHITI LAKE, NM                                               $6,876,000  The President        Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLD BROOK LAKE, SD                                              $436,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLD SPRING INLET, NJ                                            $250,000  The President        LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLEBROOK RIVER LAKE, CT                                         $615,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLUMBIA & LWR WILLAMETTE R BLW VANCOUVER, WA AND             $24,495,000  The President        Baird
                                                                PORTLAND, OR
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLUMBIA RIVER AT BAKER BAY, WA & OR                              $86,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLUMBIA RIVER AT THE MOUTH, OR & WA                          $12,945,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLUMBIA RIVER BETWEEN CHINOOK AND SAND ISLAND, WA                 $7,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COLUMBIA RIVER BETWEEN VANCOUVER, WA & THE DALLES, OR            $689,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CONANT BROOK LAKE, MA                                            $210,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CONCHAS LAKE, NM                                               $1,796,000  The President        Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CONEMAUGH RIVER LAKE, PA                                       $1,253,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CONNEAUT HARBOR, OH                                            $1,191,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COOPER RIVER, CHARLESTON HARBOR, SC                            $4,685,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COOS BAY, OR                                                   $5,091,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COPAN LAKE, OK                                                 $1,035,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COQUILLE RIVER, OR                                               $578,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CORALVILLE LAKE, IA                                            $3,381,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CORDELL HULL DAM AND RESERVOIR, TN                             $6,813,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CORPUS CHRISTI SHIP CHANNEL, TX                                $4,523,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COTTAGE GROVE LAKE, OR                                         $1,130,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COTTONWOOD SPRINGS LAKE, SD                                      $271,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COUGAR LAKE, OR                                                $1,582,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COUNCIL GROVE LAKE, KS                                         $1,739,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COWANESQUE LAKE, PA                                            $1,889,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             COYOTE VALLEY DAM, LAKE MENDOCINO, CA                          $3,829,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CROOKED CREEK LAKE, PA                                         $1,683,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CUMBERLAND, MD AND RIDGELEY, WV                                  $177,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             CURWENSVILLE LAKE, PA                                            $757,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DALE HOLLOW LAKE, TN                                           $6,386,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DARDANELLE LOCK & DAM, AR                                      $9,754,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DEER CREEK LAKE, OH                                            $1,481,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DEGRAY LAKE, AR                                                $7,000,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DELAWARE LAKE, OH                                              $1,322,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DELAWARE RIVER AT CAMDEN, NJ                                      $15,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DELAWARE RIVER, PHILADELPHIA TO THE SEA, NJ, PA & DE          $19,600,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DELAWARE RIVER, PHILADELPHIA, PA TO TRENTON, NJ                  $820,000  The President        Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DENISON DAM, LAKE TEXOMA, TX & OK                             $10,676,000  The President        Cole
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DEQUEEN LAKE, AR                                               $1,752,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DETROIT LAKE, OR                                                 $949,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DETROIT RIVER, MI                                              $5,415,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DEWEY LAKE, KY                                                 $1,775,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DIERKS LAKE, AR                                                $1,360,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DILLINGHAM HARBOR, AK                                            $885,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DILLON LAKE, OH                                                $1,366,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DISPOSAL AREA MONITORING, ME                                   $1,000,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DORENA LAKE, OR                                                $1,160,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DRY CREEK (WARM SPRINGS) LAKE & CHANNEL, CA                    $5,139,000  The President        Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DULUTH-SUPERIOR HARBOR, MN & WI                                $5,985,000  The President        Obey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             DWORKSHAK DAM AND RESERVOIR, ID                                $2,875,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST BRANCH CLARION RIVER LAKE, PA                             $1,524,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST BRIMFIELD LAKE, MA                                          $950,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST FORK, TOMBIGBEE RIVER, MS                                   $187,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST LYNN LAKE, WV                                             $2,167,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST RIVER, NY                                                   $300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST ROCKAWAY INLET, NY                                        $2,950,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAST SIDNEY LAKE, NY                                             $588,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EASTCHESTER CREEK, NY                                          $4,090,000  The President        Crowley
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EAU GALLE RIVER LAKE, WI                                         $888,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EDIZ HOOK, WA                                                    $730,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EDWARD MACDOWELL LAKE, NH                                        $560,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EL DORADO LAKE, KS                                             $1,586,000  The President        Tiahrt
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ELK CITY LAKE, KS                                                $718,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ELKINS, WV                                                        $15,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ELVIS STAHR (HICKMAN) HARBOR, KY                                  $40,000  The President        Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ERIE HARBOR, PA                                                  $555,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ESCAMBIA AND CONECUH RIVERS, FL                                   $56,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ESTELLINE SPRINGS EXPERIMENTAL PROJECT, TX                        $43,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EUFAULA LAKE, OK                                               $6,620,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             EVERETT HARBOR AND SNOHOMISH RIVER, WA                         $1,766,000  The President        Larsen (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FALL CREEK LAKE, OR                                            $1,864,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FALL RIVER LAKE, KS                                            $1,283,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FALLS LAKE, NC                                                 $1,859,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FARM CREEK RESERVOIRS, IL                                        $352,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FARMINGTON DAM, CA                                               $481,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FERN RIDGE LAKE, OR                                            $2,362,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FERNANDINA HARBOR, FL                                          $1,625,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FERRELLS BRIDGE DAM, LAKE O' THE PINES, TX                     $3,485,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FIRE ISLAND INLET TO JONES INLET, NY                             $150,000  The President        King (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FISHTRAP LAKE, KY                                              $2,171,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FLUSHING BAY AND CREEK, NY                                        $60,000  The President        Crowley
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FORT GIBSON LAKE, OK                                          $11,768,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FORT RANDALL DAM, LAKE FRANCIS CASE, SD                       $12,210,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FORT SUPPLY LAKE, OK                                           $1,104,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FOSTER JOSEPH SAYERS DAM, PA                                     $674,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FOX POINT HURRICANE BARRIER, PROVIDENCE, RI                      $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FOX RIVER, WI                                                  $2,421,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FRANCIS E WALTER DAM, PA                                         $969,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FRANKLIN FALLS DAM, NH                                         $1,921,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FREEPORT HARBOR, TX                                            $3,316,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FRESHWATER BAYOU, LA                                           $2,235,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FRIDAY HARBOR, WA                                                $111,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             FT. PECK DAM AND LAKE, MT                                      $6,361,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GALISTEO DAM, NM                                                 $591,000  The President        Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GALVESTON HARBOR AND CHANNEL, TX                              $13,095,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GARRISON DAM, LAKE SAKAKAWEA, ND                              $14,746,000  The President        Pomeroy
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GATHRIGHT DAM AND LAKE MOOMAW, VA                              $2,323,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GAVINS POINT DAM, NE & SD                                      $8,165,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GENERAL EDGAR JADWIN DAM AND RESERVOIR, PA                       $224,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GEORGETOWN HARBOR, SC                                          $1,073,000  The President        Brown (SC)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GILLHAM LAKE, AR                                               $1,366,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GIWW, CHANNEL TO VICTORIA, TX                                  $2,264,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GIWW, CHOCOLATE BAYOU, TX                                      $1,733,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GRAND HAVEN HARBOR, MI                                           $820,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GRANGER DAM AND LAKE, TX                                       $2,588,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GRAPEVINE LAKE, TX                                             $2,735,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GRAYS HARBOR AND CHEHALIS RIVER, WA                           $11,140,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GRAYSON LAKE, KY                                               $1,709,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREAT KILLS HARBOR, STATEN ISLAND, NY                             $60,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREAT SALT PLAINS LAKE, OK                                       $347,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREAT SALT POND, BLOCK ISLAND, RI                                $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREAT SOUTH BAY, NY                                               $60,000  The President        Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREEN AND BARREN RIVERS, KY                                    $1,880,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREEN BAY HARBOR, WI                                           $3,459,000  The President        Kagen
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREEN PETER--FOSTER LAKES, OR                                  $3,650,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREEN RIVER LAKE, KY                                           $2,202,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GREERS FERRY LAKE, AR                                          $7,759,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, AL                                 $5,735,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, LA                                $24,777,000  The President        Cao
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GULF INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, TX                                $26,046,000  The President        Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             GULFPORT HARBOR, MS                                            $3,470,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HAMPTON ROADS, NORFOLK & NEWPORT NEWS HARBOR, VA (DRIFT          $882,000  The President
                                                                REMOVAL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HANCOCK BROOK LAKE, CT                                           $442,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HARLAN COUNTY LAKE, NE                                         $2,312,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HARRY S. TRUMAN DAM AND RESERVOIR, MO                          $9,393,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HARTWELL LAKE, GA & SC                                        $11,999,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HELENA HARBOR, AR                                                 $40,000  The President        Berry
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HEYBURN LAKE, OK                                                 $748,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HIDDEN DAM, HENSLEY LAKE, CA                                   $2,170,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HILLS CREEK LAKE, OR                                             $843,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HILLSDALE LAKE, KS                                               $860,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HODGES VILLAGE DAM, MA                                           $567,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOLLAND HARBOR, MI                                             $2,151,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOMER HARBOR, AK                                                 $400,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOMME LAKE, ND                                                   $252,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOP BROOK LAKE, CT                                               $917,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOPKINTON-EVERETT LAKES, NH                                    $1,148,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HORDS CREEK LAKE, TX                                           $1,605,000  The President        Conaway
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOUMA NAVIGATION CANAL, LA                                     $2,569,000  The President        Melancon
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL, TX                                      $15,063,000  The President        Culberson; Edwards (TX); Green,
                                                                                                                                                                Al; Green, Gene; Jackson-Lee
                                                                                                                                                                (TX); Olson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HOWARD HANSON DAM, WA                                          $3,694,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HUDSON RIVER CHANNEL, NY                                          $60,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HUDSON RIVER, NY (MAINT)                                       $1,270,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HUDSON RIVER, NY (O & C)                                       $1,550,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HUGO LAKE, OK                                                  $1,738,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HULAH LAKE, OK                                                 $2,097,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             HUMBOLDT HARBOR AND BAY, CA                                    $3,010,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ICE HAROBR LOCK & DAM, WA                                      $5,828,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ILLINOIS WATERWAY, IL & IN (MVR PORTION)                      $31,736,000  The President        Hare
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ILLINOIS WATERWAY, IL & IN (MVS PORTION)                       $1,748,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INDIANA HARBOR, IN                                             $2,330,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS, GA                $48,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS, IL                $65,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS, OR                $34,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS, WA                $74,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS, WY                $10,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, AK                                $168,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, AR                                $673,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, AZ                                $199,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, CA                              $6,702,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, CO                                $773,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, CT                                $392,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, DC                                $140,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, FL                              $1,200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, GA                                $108,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, HI                                $705,000  The President        Hirono
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, IA                                $483,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, ID                                $324,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, IL                              $1,298,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, IN                                $709,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, KS                                $220,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, KY                                $665,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, LA                              $1,487,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MA                                $414,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MD                                $155,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, ME                                $215,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MI                                $158,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MN                                $633,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MO                              $1,491,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MS                                $183,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, MT                                $115,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NC                                $244,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, ND                                $452,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NE                                $714,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NH                                $126,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NJ                                $205,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NM                                $639,000  The President        Heinrich; Lujan; Teague
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NV                                 $63,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, NY                                $898,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, OH                                $555,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, OK                                $255,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, OR                                $636,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, PA                                $880,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, RI                                 $48,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, SC                                 $70,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, SD                                 $75,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, TN                                 $50,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, TX                              $1,520,000  The President        Reyes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, UT                                 $84,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, VA                                $369,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, VT                                $109,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, WA                                $725,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, WI                                 $91,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, WV                                $336,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INSPECTION OF COMPLETED WORKS, WY                                 $25,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INTERNATIONAL WATER STUDIES, ME                                   $17,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY CALOOSAHATCHEE R TO ANCLOTE R, FL          $780,000  The President        Buchanan; Mack; Young (FL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, DELAWARE R TO CHESAPEAKE BAY, DE       $28,390,000  The President        Castle; Cummings; Ruppersberger;
                                                                & MD                                                                                            Sarbanes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, JACKSONVILLE TO MIAMI, FL               $4,500,000  The President        Crenshaw; Hastings (FL); Klein
                                                                                                                                                                (FL); Kosmas; Meek (FL); Mica;
                                                                                                                                                                Ros-Lehtinen; Wasserman Schultz;
                                                                                                                                                                Wexler
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, REHOBOTH BAY TO DELAWARE BAY, DE           $70,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ISABELLA LAKE, CA                                              $1,802,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             J. BENNETT JOHNSTON WATERWAY, LA                              $10,598,000  The President        Alexander; Fleming
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             J. EDWARD ROUSH LAKE, IN                                         $944,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             J. PERCY PRIEST DAM AND RESERVOIR, TN                          $4,818,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             J. STROM THURMOND LAKE, GA & SC                               $10,316,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JACKSON HOLE LEVEES, WY                                          $877,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JACKSONVILLE HARBOR, FL                                        $6,035,000  The President        Brown, Corrine; Crenshaw
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JAMAICA BAY, NY                                                  $220,000  The President        Meeks (NY); Sires
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JAMES RIVER CHANNEL, VA                                        $4,479,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JEMEZ CANYON DAM, NM                                             $756,000  The President        Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JENNINGS RANDOLPH LAKE, MD & WV                                $1,779,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JIM CHAPMAN LAKE, TX                                           $1,718,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JIM WOODRUFF LOCK AND DAM, LAKE SEMINOLE, FL, AL & GA          $9,732,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOE POOL LAKE, TX                                              $1,096,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHN DAY LOCK AND DAM, OR & WA                                 $8,901,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHN H. KERR LAKE, VA & NC                                    $11,585,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHN MARTIN RESERVOIR, CO                                      $2,554,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHN REDMOND DAM AND RESERVOIR, KS                             $3,685,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHN W. FLANNAGAN DAM AND RESERVOIR, VA                        $2,104,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JOHNSTOWN, PA                                                     $34,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             JONES INLET, NY                                                  $150,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KANAWHA RIVER LOCKS & DAM, WV                                 $14,089,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KANOPOLIS, KS                                                  $2,288,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KASKASKIA RIVER NAVIGATION, IL                                 $2,148,000  The President        Costello
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KAW LAKE, OK                                                   $2,751,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KENTUCKY RIVER, KY                                                $10,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KEWAUNEE HARBOR, WI                                              $440,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KEWEENAW WATERWAY, MI                                             $37,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KEYSTONE LAKE, OK                                              $6,947,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KINZUA DAM AND ALLEGHANY RESERVOIR, PA                         $1,338,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             KNIGHTVILLE DAM, MA                                            $1,421,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAC QUI PARLE LAKES, MINNESOTA RIVER, MN                         $627,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE ASHTABULA AND BALDHILL DAM, ND                            $1,351,000  The President        Pomeroy
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE KEMP, TX                                                    $327,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE MICHIGAN DIVERSION, IL                                      $683,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE MONTAUK HARBOR, NY                                          $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE PROVIDENCE HARBOR, LA                                       $572,000  The President        Alexander
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE SHELBYVILLE, IL                                           $5,454,000  The President        Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE TRAVERSE, SD & MN                                           $598,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAKE WASHINGTON SHIP CANAL, WA                                 $9,246,000  The President        Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAUREL RIVER LAKE, KY                                          $1,927,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LAVON LAKE, TX                                                 $3,497,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LEWISVILLE DAM, TX                                             $3,549,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LIBBY DAM, MT                                                  $1,948,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LITTLE BLUE RIVER LAKES, MO                                      $845,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LITTLE GOOSE LOCK & DAM, WA                                    $2,551,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LITTLE SODUS BAY HARBOR, NY                                        $5,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LITTLEVILLE LAKE, MA                                             $889,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LONG BRANCH LAKE, MO                                             $949,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LONG ISLAND INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, NY                            $100,000  The President        Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LONG ISLAND SOUND, DMMP, CT                                    $4,000,000  The President        Courtney; DeLauro; Murphy (CT)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOOKOUT POINT LAKE, OR                                         $2,766,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LORAIN HARBOR, OH                                                $880,000  The President        Sutton
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY DRAINAGE AREA, CA                           $4,597,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOST CREEK LAKE, OR                                            $3,636,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOWER GRANITE LOCK & DAM, WA                                   $7,651,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOWER MONUMENT LOCK & DAM, WA                                  $2,735,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LOYALHANNA LAKE, PA                                            $1,346,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LUCKY PEAK LAKE, ID                                            $2,597,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             LYNNHAVEN INLET, VA                                              $277,000  The President        Nye
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MADISON PARISH PORT, LA                                            $7,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MAHONING CREEK LAKE, PA                                        $1,286,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MANASQUAN RIVER, NJ                                              $160,000  The President        Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MANSFIELD HOLLOW LAKE, CT                                        $861,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MANTEO (SHALLOWBAG) BAY, NC                                    $3,945,000  The President        Jones; Price (NC)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MARION LAKE, KS                                                $1,820,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MARTINS FORK LAKE, KY                                            $814,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MARTIS CREEK LAKE, NV & CA                                     $1,192,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MASONBORO INLET AND CONNECTING CHANNELS, NC                    $2,300,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MASSILLON LOCAL PROTECTION PROJECT, OH                            $37,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MATAGORDA SHIP CHANNEL, TX                                     $4,627,000  The President        Edwards (TX); Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MATTITUCK HARBOR, NY                                              $60,000  The President        Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM, AR           $40,516,000  The President        Berry
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MCCLELLAN-KERR ARKANSAS RIVER NAVIGATION SYSTEM, OK            $6,173,000  The President        Boren
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MCNARY LOCK & DAM, OR & WA                                     $7,137,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MELVERN LAKE, KS                                               $2,151,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MERCED COUNTY STREAMS, CA                                        $451,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MERMENTAU RIVER, LA                                            $1,913,000  The President        Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MICHAEL J KIRWAN DAM AND RESERVOIR, OH                         $1,089,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MIDDLE RIO GRANDE ENDANGERED SPECIES COLLABORATIVE             $3,150,000  The President        Heinrich; Lujan; Teague
                                                                PROGRAM, NM (MRGESCP)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MIDDLESBORO CUMBERLAND RIVER BASIN, KY                           $113,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MILFORD LAKE, KS                                               $2,057,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MILL CREEK LAKE, WA                                            $3,834,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MILLWOOD LAKE, AR                                              $5,122,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MINNESOTA RIVER, MN                                              $256,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISPILLION RIVER, DE                                              $30,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSINEWA LAKE, IN                                            $974,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI FLOOD CONTROL, OH                                  $1,727,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS      $44,130,000  The President
                                                                (MVP PORTION), MN
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS      $58,714,000  The President        Hare
                                                                (MVR PORTION), IL
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS      $22,227,000  The President        Akin; Hare; Shimkus
                                                                (MVS PORTION), IL
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN THE OHIO AND MISSOURI RIVERS        $23,403,000  The President
                                                                (REG WORKS), MO & IL
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER OUTLETS AT VENICE, LA                        $2,838,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSISSIPPI RIVER, BATON ROUGE TO THE GULF OF MEXICO, LA      $54,994,000  The President        Cao
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSOURI RIVER--KENSLERS BEND, NE TO SOIUX CITY, IA              $129,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MISSOURI RIVER--SOUIX CITY TO RULO, IA, NE, KS & MO            $8,669,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOBILE HARBOR, AL                                             $23,996,000  The President        Bonner
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOJAVE RIVER DAM, CA                                             $288,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MONONGAHELA RIVER, PA                                         $16,758,000  The President        Doyle
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MONROE LAKE, IN                                                $1,101,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOREHEAD CITY HARBOR, NC                                       $9,500,000  The President        Jones
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MORICHES INLET, NY                                               $100,000  The President        Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MORRO BAY HARBOR, CA                                           $3,300,000  The President        Capps
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOSQUITO CREEK LAKE, OH                                          $995,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOUNT MORRIS DAM, NY                                           $2,696,000  The President        Lee (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MOUTH OF YAZOO RIVER, MS                                          $40,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MT. ST. HELENS SEDIMENT CONTROL, WA                              $279,000  The President        Baird
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MUD MOUNTAIN DAM, WA                                           $3,056,000  The President        Reichert; Smith (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MURDERKILL RIVER, DE                                              $30,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MUSKINGUM RIVER LAKES, OH                                      $7,306,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             MYSTIC RIVER, CT                                                 $250,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NARROWS DAM, LAKE GREESON, AR                                  $4,505,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NARROWS OF LAKE CHAMPLAIN, VT & NY                                $85,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NAVARRO MILLS LAKE, TX                                         $4,168,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEAH BAY, WA                                                      $67,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW BEDFORD AND FAIRHAVEN HARBOR, MA                             $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW BEDFORD, FAIRHAVEN AND ACUSHNET HURRICANE BARRIER,           $619,000  The President
                                                                MA
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW HOGAN LAKE, CA                                             $2,515,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW JERSEY INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY, NJ                             $500,000  The President        Adler (NJ); LoBiondo; Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW MADRID HARBOR, MILE 889, MO                                   $40,000  The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW MADRID HARBOR, MO                                             $90,000  The President        Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW MELONES LAKE, DOWNSTREAM CHANNEL, CA                       $1,898,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW PORT BAY HARBOR, CA                                        $1,780,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW RIVER INLET, NC                                              $700,000  The President        Jones
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY CHANNELS, NY                           $4,100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW YORK HARBOR, NY                                            $3,698,000  The President        Sires
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW YORK HARBOR, NY & NJ (DRIFT REMOVAL)                       $7,000,000  The President        Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEW YORK HARBOR, NY & NJ (PREVENTION OF OBSTRUCTIVE            $1,045,000  The President        Pallone
                                                                DEPOSITS)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEWARK BAY, HACKENSACK AND PASSAIC RIVERS, NJ                    $150,000  The President        Payne; Rothman (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NEWTOWN CREEK, NY                                                $150,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NIMROD LAKE, AR                                                $2,289,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NOLIN LAKE, KY                                                 $2,477,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NOME HARBOR, AK                                                  $820,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORFOLK HARBOR, VA                                            $11,343,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORFORK LAKE, AR                                               $5,717,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTH BRANCH KOKOSING RIVER LAKE, OH                             $274,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTH FORK OF POUND RIVER LAKE, VA                               $630,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTH HARTLAND LAKE, VT                                          $772,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTH SAN GABRIEL DAM AND LAKE GEORGETOWN, TX                  $2,382,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTH SPRINGFIELD LAKE, VT                                       $854,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             NORTHFIELD BROOK LAKE, CT                                        $610,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             O.C. FISHER DAM AND LAKE, TX                                   $1,164,000  The President        Conaway
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OAHE DAM, LAKE OAHE, SD & ND                                  $11,816,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OAKLAND HARBOR, CA                                            $10,000,000  The President        Lee (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OCEANSIDE HARBOR, CA                                           $1,500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER LOCKS AND DAMS, KY, IL, IN & OH                    $40,748,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER LOCKS AND DAMS, PA, OH & WV                        $21,470,000  The President        Doyle
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER LOCKS AND DAMS, WV, KY & OH                        $35,276,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER OPEN CHANNEL WORK, KY, IL, IN & OH                  $5,836,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER OPEN CHANNEL WORK, PA, OH & WV                        $516,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OHIO RIVER OPEN CHANNEL WORK, WV, KY & OH                      $2,996,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OKATIBBEE LAKE, MS                                             $1,703,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OKEECHOBEE WATERWAY, FL                                        $2,357,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OLD HICKORY LOCK AND DAM, TN                                  $12,304,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ONTONAGON HARBOR, MI                                           $1,122,000  The President        Stupak
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OOLOGAH LAKE, OK                                               $4,106,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OPTIMA LAKE, OK                                                  $219,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ORWELL LAKE, MN                                                  $533,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OSCEOLA HARBOR, AR                                             $1,940,000  The President        Berry
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OTTER BROOK LAKE, NH                                             $553,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OUACHITA AND BLACK RIVERS, AR & LA                             $9,605,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             OZARK-JETA TAYLOR LOCK & DAM, AR                               $5,725,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PAINT CREEK LAKE, OH                                           $1,216,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PAINTED ROCK DAM, AZ                                           $1,320,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PAINTSVILLE LAKE, KY                                           $1,231,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PALM BEACH HARBOR, FL                                          $3,225,000  The President        Klein (FL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PANAMA CITY HARBOR, FL                                         $2,055,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PAPILLION CREEK, NE                                              $847,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PASCAGOULA HARBOR, MS                                          $7,505,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PASSAIC RIVER FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM, NJ                           $553,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PAT MAYSE LAKE, TX                                             $1,208,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PATOKA LAKE, IN                                                  $887,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PEARL RIVER, MS & LA                                             $193,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PEARSON-SKUBITZ BIG HILL LAKE, KS                              $1,472,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PENSACOLA HARBOR, FL                                              $67,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PENSACOLA RESERVOIR, LAKE OF THE CHEROKEES, OK                   $114,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PERRY LAKE, KS                                                 $2,015,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PHILPOTT LAKE, VA & NC                                         $5,638,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PINE AND MATHEWS CANYONS LAKES, NV                               $341,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PINE CREEK LAKE, OK                                            $1,276,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PINE FLAT LAKE, CA                                             $3,201,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PIPESTEM LAKE, ND                                                $496,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PLYMOUTH HARBOR, PLYMOUTH, MA                                    $200,000  The President        Delahunt
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             POINT JUDITH HARBOR OF REFUGE, RI                                $300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             POMME DE TERRE LAKE, MO                                        $2,231,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             POMONA LAKE, KS                                                $2,047,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PONCE DE LEON INLET, FL                                          $600,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PORT ORFORD, OR                                                   $38,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PORTCHESTER HARBOR, NY                                            $60,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PORTSMOUTH HARBOR AND PISCATAQUA RIVER, NH                       $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             POTOMAC AND ANACOSTIA RIVER, DC (DRIFT REMOVAL)                  $805,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PRESQUE ISLE HARBOR, MI                                          $335,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROCTOR DAM AND LAKE, TX                                       $2,324,000  The President        Conaway
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, AK                                    $930,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, AL                                    $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, CA                                  $2,442,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, CT                                  $1,050,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, DC                                     $30,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, DE                                    $105,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, FL                                  $1,300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, GA                                    $151,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, HI                                    $570,000  The President        Hirono
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, IL                                    $104,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, IN                                    $185,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, LA                                     $65,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, MA                                  $1,200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, MD                                    $400,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, ME                                    $750,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, MI                                    $410,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, MN                                     $82,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, MS                                     $75,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, NC                                    $295,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, NH                                    $275,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, NJ                                  $1,653,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, NY                                  $2,123,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, OH                                    $295,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, OR                                    $200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, PA                                    $120,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, RI                                    $500,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, SC                                    $465,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, TX                                    $223,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, VA                                    $850,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, WA                                    $524,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROJECT CONDITION SURVEYS, WI                                    $283,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PROMPTON LAKE, PA                                                $434,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PUGET SOUND AND TRIBUTARY WATERS, WA                           $1,011,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             PUNXSUTAWNEY, PA                                                  $22,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             QUILLAYUTE RIVER, WA                                             $266,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             R. D. BAILEY LAKE, WV                                          $1,927,000  The President        Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RARITAN RIVER TO ARTHUR KILL CUT-OFF, NJ                         $200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RARITAN RIVER, NJ                                                $120,000  The President        Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RATHBUN LAKE, IA                                               $3,019,000  The President        Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RAY ROBERTS LAKE, TX                                           $1,324,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RAYSTOWN LAKE, PA                                              $3,847,000  The President        Shuster
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RED LAKE RESERVOIR, MN                                           $150,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RED ROCK DAM AND LAKE, RED ROCK, IA                            $3,978,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             REDWOOD CITY HARBOR, CA                                        $6,745,000  The President        Eshoo
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             REMOVAL OF AQUATIC GROWTH, FL                                  $4,445,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             REMOVAL OF AQUATIC GROWTH, LA                                  $1,410,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             REMOVAL OF AQUATIC GROWTH, VA                                     $50,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             REND LAKE, IL                                                  $5,386,000  The President        Costello; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RESERVOIRS AT HEADWATERS OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER, MN              $3,398,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RICHARD B. RUSSEL DAM & LAKE, GA & SC                          $9,209,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RICHMOND HARBOR, CA                                            $9,589,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROBERT S. KEER LOCK AND DAM AND RESERVOIR, OK                  $8,441,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROCHESTER HARBOR, NY                                           $1,000,000  The President        Slaughter
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROGUE RIVER AT GOLD BEACH, OR                                    $978,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROLLINSON CHANNEL, NC                                             $50,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROSEDALE HARBOR, MS                                              $596,000  The President        Thompson (MS)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROSEVILLE LOCAL PROTECTION PROJECT, OH                            $35,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ROUGH RIVER LAKE, KY                                           $2,742,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             RUDEE INLET, VA                                                  $795,000  The President        Nye
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SABINE-NECHES WATERWAY, TX                                    $13,399,000  The President        Poe (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SACRAMENTO RIVER (30 FOOT PROJECT), CA                         $3,351,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SACRAMENTO RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES (DEBRIS CONTROL), CA          $1,712,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SACRAMENTO RIVER SHALLOW DRAFT CHANNEL, CA                       $234,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAGINAW RIVER, MI                                              $3,624,000  The President        Kildee
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SALAMONIE LAKE, IN                                               $904,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SALEM RIVER, NJ                                                  $100,000  The President        LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SALT CREEK AND TRIBUTARIES, NE                                 $1,079,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAM RAYBURN DAM AND RESERVOIR, TX                              $6,247,000  The President        Brady (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN FRANCISCO BAY, DELTA MODEL STRUCTURE, CA                   $1,118,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR AND BAY, CA (DRIFT REMOVAL)               $2,945,000  The President        Pelosi
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR, CA                                       $3,237,000  The President        Pelosi
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, PORT OF STOCKTON, CA                        $3,554,000  The President        Cardoza; McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN JUAN HARBOR, PR                                            $1,200,000  The President        Pierluisi
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAN PABLO BAY AND MARE ISLAND STRAIT, CA                       $2,650,000  The President        McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SANDUSKY HARBOR, OH                                            $1,465,000  The President        Kaptur
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SANTA ANA RIVER BASIN, CA                                      $3,094,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SANTA BARBARA HARBOR, CA                                       $1,690,000  The President        Capps
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SANTA ROSA DAM AND LAKE, NM                                    $1,099,000  The President        Teague
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SARDIS LAKE, OK                                                $1,254,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAVANNAH HARBOR, GA                                           $14,187,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAVANNAH RIVER BELOW AUGUSTA, GA                                 $274,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SAYLORVILLE LAKE, IA                                           $4,685,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, AZ                               $31,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, CA                            $1,915,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, CO                              $612,000  The President        Salazar
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, FL                               $30,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, ID                              $484,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, KS                              $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, MD                              $108,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, MO                              $327,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, MT                              $145,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, ND                              $138,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, NM                              $477,000  The President        Lujan; Teague
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, OK                              $900,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, OR                               $69,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, PA                               $59,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, SD                               $81,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, TX                              $149,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, UT                              $594,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, WA                              $537,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHEDULING RESERVOIR OPERATIONS, WY                              $118,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SCHUYLKILL RIVER, PA                                             $200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SEATTLE HARBOR, WA                                               $172,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SEBEWAING RIVER, MI                                            $1,200,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SHARK RIVER, NJ                                                  $400,000  The President        Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SHENANGO RIVER LAKE, PA                                        $6,992,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SHINNECOCK INLET, NY                                             $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SHOAL HARBOR AND COMPTON CREEK, NJ                                $80,000  The President        Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SILVER LAKE HARBOR, NC                                           $250,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SIUSLAW RIVER, OR                                                $817,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SKIATOOK LAKE, OK                                              $1,414,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SKIPANON CHANNEL, OR                                               $6,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SMITHVILLE LAKE, MO                                            $1,850,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SOMERVILLE LAKE, TX                                            $3,366,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SOURIS RIVER, ND                                                 $286,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SOUTHERN NEW YORK FLOOD CONTROL PROJECTS, NY                     $807,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ST. CLAIR RIVER, MI                                              $533,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ST. JOSEPH HARBOR, MI                                            $755,000  The President        Upton
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ST. LUCIE INLET, FL                                              $350,000  The President        Rooney
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             ST. MARYS RIVER, MI                                           $23,010,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STAMFORD HURRICANE BARRIER, CT                                   $434,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STILLAGUAMISH RIVER, WA                                          $165,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STILLHOUSE HOLLOW DAM, TX                                      $2,096,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STILLWATER LAKE, PA                                              $452,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STOCKTON LAKE, MO                                              $4,370,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STONEWALL JACKSON LAKE, WV                                     $1,148,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             STURGEON BAY HARBOR AND LAKE MICHIGAN SHIP CANAL, WI           $1,927,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SUCCESS LAKE, CA                                               $1,989,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SUISUN BAY CHANNEL, CA                                         $4,019,000  The President        McNerney; Tauscher
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SUMMERSVILLE LAKE, WV                                          $3,234,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURRY MOUNTAIN LAKE, NH                                          $760,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, IL                     $685,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, IN                     $126,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, MI                   $2,612,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, MN                     $359,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, ND                      $35,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, NY                     $579,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, OH                     $234,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, OR                  $10,400,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, PA                      $98,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, WA                      $50,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SURVEILLANCE OF NORTHERN BOUNDARY WATERS, WI                     $388,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             SUTTON LAKE, WV                                                $2,413,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TABLE ROCK LAKE, MO & AR                                       $7,550,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TAMPA HARBOR, FL                                               $5,620,000  The President        Bilirakis; Castor (FL); Putnam
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TACOMA, PUYALLUP RIVER, WA                                       $130,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TAYLORSVILLE LAKE, KY                                          $1,104,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TENKILLER FERRY LAKE, OK                                       $6,625,000  The President        Boren
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TENNESSEE RIVER, TN                                           $16,833,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY WILDLIFE MITIGATION, AL &         $2,500,000  The President        Childers; Davis (AL)
                                                                MS
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TENNESSEE-TOMBIGBEE WATERWAY, AL & MS                         $22,978,000  The President        Childers; Davis (AL)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TERMINUS DAM, LAKE KAWEAH, CA                                  $2,037,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TEXAS CITY SHIP CHANNEL, TX                                    $4,000,000  The President        Edwards (TX); Paul
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TEXAS WATER ALLOCATION ASSESSMENT, TX                            $100,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             THE DALLES LOCK & DAM, WA & OR                                 $8,769,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             THOMASTON DAM, CT                                              $1,136,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TILLAMOOK BAY AND BAR, OR                                         $48,000  The President        Schrader
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TIOGA HAMMOND LAKES, PA                                        $2,456,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TIONESTA LAKE, PA                                              $1,812,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TOLEDO HARBOR, OH                                              $5,034,000  The President        Kaptur
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TOM JENKINS DAM, OH                                              $894,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TORONTO LAKE, KS                                               $3,522,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TOWN BLUFF DAM, B. A. STEINHAGEN LAKE, TX                      $2,505,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TOWNSHEND LAKE, VT                                               $814,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TRINIDAD LAKE, CO                                                $960,000  The President        Salazar
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TULLY LAKE, MA                                                   $666,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TUTTLE CREEK LAKE, KS                                          $2,062,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TWO HARBORS, MN                                                  $350,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TWO RIVERS DAM, NM                                               $404,000  The President        Teague
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             TYGART LAKE, WV                                                $1,478,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             UMPQUA RIVER, OR                                               $1,174,000  The President        DeFazio
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             UNION CITY LAKE, PA                                              $440,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             UNION LAKE, MO                                                     $6,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             UNION VILLAGE DAM, VT                                            $627,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             UPPER RIO GRANDE WATER OPERATIONS MODEL STUDY, CO, NM,         $4,188,000  The President        Heinrich; Lujan; Teague
                                                                TX
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             VENTURA HARBOR, CA                                             $6,426,000  The President        Capps
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             W. KERR SCOTT DAM AND RESERVOIR, NC                            $3,421,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WACO LAKE, TX                                                  $3,711,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WALLACE LAKE, LA                                                 $244,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WALLISVILLE LAKE, TX                                           $2,114,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WALTER F. GEORGE LOCK AND DAM, AL & GA                         $8,972,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WASHINGTON HARBOR, DC                                             $25,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATER/ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION, AL                             $76,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATER/ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION, FL                            $380,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATER/ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION, MS                             $66,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATER/ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION, VA                            $104,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATERWAY FROM EMPIRE TO THE GULF, LA                              $47,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATERWAY FROM INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY TO BAYOU DULAC, LA            $48,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WATERWAY ON THE COAST OF VIRGINIA, VA                            $201,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WAUKEGAN HARBOR, IL                                              $492,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WAURIKA LAKE, OK                                               $1,431,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WEBBERS FALLS LOCK & DAM, OK                                   $5,903,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WEST FORK OF MILL CREEK LAKE, OH                                 $745,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WEST HILL DAM, MA                                                $572,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WEST POINT DAM AND LAKE, GA AND AL                             $9,591,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WEST THOMPSON LAKE, CT                                           $569,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WESTCHESTER CREEK, NY                                            $100,000  The President        Crowley
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WESTVILLE LAKE, MA                                               $784,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WHITE RIVER, AR                                                   $40,000  The President        Berry
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WHITLOW RANCH DAM, AZ                                            $300,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WHITNEY LAKE, TX                                               $8,348,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WHITNEY POINT LAKE, NY                                           $685,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WICOMICO RIVER, MD                                             $1,676,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILLAMETTE RIVER AT WILLAMETTE FALLS, OR                          $87,000  The President        Schrader
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILLAMETTE RIVER BANK PROTECTION, OR                              $41,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILLAPA RIVER AND HARBOR, WA                                      $40,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILLIAM H. HARSHA LAKE, OH                                     $1,029,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILLOW CREEK LAKE, OR                                            $629,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILMINGTON HARBOR, DE                                            $320,000  The President        Castle
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILMINGTON HARBOR, NC                                         $12,155,000  The President        McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WILSON LAKE, KS                                                $1,717,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WISTER LAKE, OK                                                  $856,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WOLF CREEK DAM, LAKE CUMBERLAND, KY                            $7,835,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WOLF RIVER HARBOR, TN                                            $373,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WOODCOCK CREEK LAKE, PA                                        $1,041,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WOONSOCKET, RI                                                   $200,000  The President        Kennedy
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             WRIGHT PATMAN DAM AND LAKE, TX                                 $3,517,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YAQUINA BAY AND HARBOR, OR                                     $1,790,000  The President        Schrader
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YATESVILLE LAKE, KY                                            $1,143,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YAZOO RIVER, MS                                                   $35,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YELLOW BEND PORT, AR                                               $4,000  The President        Ross
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YORK INDIAN ROCK DAM, PA                                         $478,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YOUGHIOGHENY RIVER LAKE, PA & MD                               $2,335,000  The President
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                             YUBA RIVER, CA                                                   $146,000  The President
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                                                                                  ENERGY AND WATER DEVELOPMENT
                                                                            [Congressionally Directed Spending Items]
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            Agency                            Account                                                   Project                                       Amount               Requester(s)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            ALBUQUERQUE METRO AREA WATER & RECLAMATION REUSE                                  $100,000  Heinrich
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            ARKANSAS VALLEY CONDUIT                                                         $5,000,000  Markey (CO); Salazar
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            BAY AREA REGIONAL WATER RECYCLING PROJECT                                         $100,000  Eshoo; Lofgren, Zoe; McNerney;
                                                                                                                                                                   Miller, George; Stark;
                                                                                                                                                                   Tauscher
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECTS: FRIANT DIVISION (SEMITROPIC PHASE II GROUNDWATER         $800,000  Costa
                                                                       BANKING)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            CITY OF CORONA WATER RECYCLING AND REUSE PROJECT                                  $100,000  Calvert
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            GROUNDWATER REPLENISHMENT SYSTEM MID-BASIN INJECTION PILOT FACILITIES             $100,000  Miller, Gary; Sanchez, Loretta
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            HI DESERT WATER DISTRICT WASTEWATER COLLECTION AND REUSE PROJECT                  $100,000  Baca; Lewis (CA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            INLAND EMPIRE REGIONAL WATER RECYCLING PROJECT                                    $100,000  Baca; Calvert; Dreier
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            MANCOS PROJECT (JACKSON GULCH REHABILITATION PROJECT)                           $2,630,000  Salazar
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS PROGRAM: SID YATES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM                    $210,000  Pastor (AZ)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            NORTH BAY WATER REUSE PROJECT                                                     $100,000  Thompson (CA); Woolsey
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            NORTH LAS VEGAS WATER REUSE                                                       $100,000  Berkley
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            ODESSA SUBAREA SPECIAL STUDY                                                    $3,000,000  Hastings (WA); McMorris
                                                                                                                                                                   Rodgers
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            ORANGE COUNTY REGIONAL WATER RECLAMATION PROJECT                                  $100,000  Calvert; Miller, Gary;
                                                                                                                                                                   Rohrabacher; Sanchez, Loretta
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            RIVERSIDE-CORONA FEEDER                                                         $1,000,000  Baca; Calvert
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            SAN BERNARDINO MWD, CA                                                          $1,000,000  Baca; Lewis (CA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            SAN DIEGO FOUR-RESERVOIR INTERTIE                                                 $250,000  Filner; Hunter
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            SAN GABRIEL BASIN RESTORATION FUND                                              $4,000,000  Dreier; Napolitano; Roybal-
                                                                                                                                                                   Allard
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            SIERRA VISTA SUBWATERSHED FEASIBILITY STUDY                                       $600,000  Giffords
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INVESTIGATIONS PROGRAM (LAKE ARROWHEAD)                     $1,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            TUALATIN VALLEY WATER SUPPLY FEASIBILITY STUDY                                    $200,000  Wu
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            UPPER MOJAVE RIVER WELL FIELD                                                     $100,000  Lewis (CA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            WATSONVILLE AREA WATER RECYCLING PROJECT                                          $100,000  Farr
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            WEBER BASIN PROJECT (ARTHUR V. WATKINS DAM FEASIBILITY STUDY)                   $1,000,000  Bishop (UT)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            YAKIMA RIVER BASIN WATER SUPPLY STUDY                                           $1,500,000  Hastings (WA)
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Bureau of Reclamation          Water and Related Resources            YUMA EAST WETLANDS                                                              $2,000,000  Grijalva; Pastor (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ALAMOGORDO, NM                                                                  $2,000,000  Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ANACOSTIA RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, MD & DC                                          $467,000  Van Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           AQUATIC PLANT CONTROL: LAKES GRANBURY AND WITNEY, TX WATER QUALITY PROGRAM        $500,000  Edwards (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ATLANTA ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, GA                                        $2,000,000  Bishop (GA); Kingston; Lewis
                                                                                                                                                                   (GA); Scott (GA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BARNEGAT INLET TO LITTLE EGG HARBOR INLET, NJ                                     $600,000  Adler (NJ); Rothman (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BEAVER CREEK RESERVOIR, BEAVER AND SALEM TOWNSHIPS, PA                            $100,000  Thompson (PA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BLUE RIVER BASIN, KANSAS CITY, MO                                                 $750,000  Cleaver
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BOIS BRULE DRAINAGE AND LEVEE DISTRICT, MO                                      $3,773,000  Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BOSQUE RIVER WATERSHED, TX                                                        $100,000  Edwards (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BRECKENRIDGE, MN                                                                $2,000,000  Peterson; Pomeroy
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BREVARD COUNTY, FL                                                                $600,000  Posey
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BRIGANTINE INLET TO GREAT EGG HARBOR INLET, ABSECON ISLAND, NJ                  $2,000,000  LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           BRUNSWICK COUNTY BEACHES, NC                                                    $1,100,000  McIntyre
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CALUMET REGION, IN                                                              $4,000,000  Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CAPE GIRARDEAU (FLOODWALL), MO                                                    $183,000  Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CENTRAL CITY, FORT WORTH, UPPER TRINITY RIVER BASIN, TX                         $7,200,000  Edwards (TX); Granger
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CENTRAL WEST VIRGINIA, WV                                                       $1,500,000  Capito
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CHESAPEAKE BAY ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION AND PROTECTION, MD, VA & PA              $350,000  Sarbanes
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CHESAPEAKE BAY OYSTER RECOVERY, MD & VA                                         $2,000,000  Connolly (VA); Edwards (MD);
                                                                                                                                                                   Hoyer; Kratovil; Moran (VA);
                                                                                                                                                                   Norton; Ruppersberger;
                                                                                                                                                                   Sarbanes; Scott (VA); Van
                                                                                                                                                                   Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CHICAGO SHORELINE, IL                                                           $1,000,000  Jackson (IL); Quigley
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CITY OF INGLEWOOD, CA                                                             $100,000  Waters
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CITY OF SANTA CLARITA, CA                                                       $1,100,000  McKeon
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CLEAR CREEK, TX                                                                 $2,500,000  Olson; Paul
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CONTRA COSTA CANAL, OAKLEY AND KNIGHTSEN, CA                                      $100,000  McNerney; Miller, George;
                                                                                                                                                                   Tauscher
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           COOK COUNTY, IL                                                                   $400,000  Jackson (IL); Lipinski;
                                                                                                                                                                   Quigley
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CORTE MADERA CREEK, CA                                                            $500,000  Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           CUMBERLAND COUNTY WATER SUPPLY, TN                                                $400,000  Davis (TN)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           DALLAS FLOODWAY EXTENSION, TRINITY RIVER PROJECT, TX                            $2,000,000  Edwards (TX); Johnson, Eddie
                                                                                                                                                                   Bernice
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           DELAWARE COAST PROTECTION, DE                                                     $390,000  Castle
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           DES MOINES AND RACCOON RIVERS, IA                                               $3,639,000  Boswell
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           DES MOINES RECREATIONAL RIVER AND GREENBELT, IA                                 $4,300,000  Boswell; Latham
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           DESOTO COUNTY, MS                                                               $2,000,000  Childers
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           EAST ROCKAWAY INLET TO ROCKAWAY INLET AND JAMAICA BAY, NY                         $500,000  Weiner
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           EL PASO COUNTY, TX                                                                $100,000  Reyes
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           FARMINGTON RECHARGE DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM, CA                                     $500,000  McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           FLORIDA KEYS WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS, FL                                       $500,000  Ros-Lehtinen
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           GENESEE COUNTY, MI                                                                $500,000  Kildee
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           GRAHAM, TX (BRAZOS RIVER BASIN)                                                 $1,000,000  Neugebauer
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           GREAT EGG HARBOR INLET TO TOWNSEND INLET, NJ                                      $500,000  LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           GREAT LAKES FISHERY AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, MI                               $3,200,000  Dahlkemper; Ehlers; Kildee;
                                                                                                                                                                   Kucinich; Oberstar; Petri;
                                                                                                                                                                   Slaughter
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           GREENBRIER RIVER BASIN, WV                                                      $1,500,000  Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           HAMILTON DAM, FLINT RIVER, FLINT, MI                                              $500,000  Kildee
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           HARBOR/SOUTH BAY WATER RECYCLING PROJECT, LOS ANGELES, CA                       $1,000,000  Harman; Richardson; Roybal-
                                                                                                                                                                   Allard; Waters
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           HOLES CREEK, WEST CARROLLTON, OH                                                  $500,000  Turner
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           HOUSTON-GALVESTON NAVIGATION CHANNELS, TX                                         $500,000  Culberson; Edwards (TX);
                                                                                                                                                                   Green, Al; Green, Gene;
                                                                                                                                                                   Jackson-Lee (TX); Olson; Paul
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           HUNTING BAYOU, HOUSTON, TX                                                        $100,000  Green, Gene
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           IAO STREAM FLOOD CONTROL, MAUI, HI                                                $250,000  Hirono
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           INDIANA SHORELINE, IN                                                           $1,600,000  Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           INDIANAPOLIS, WHITE RIVER (NORTH), IN                                           $9,400,000  Carson (IN)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           JACKSONVILLE HARBOR, FL                                                         $1,000,000  Brown, Corrine; Crenshaw;
                                                                                                                                                                   Stearns
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           JAMES RIVER, DEEP WATER TURNING BASIN, VA                                       $2,000,000  Scott (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           JOHNSON CREEK, UPPER TRINITY BASIN, ARLINGTON, TX                               $1,500,000  Barton (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           JONES INLET TO EAST ROCKAWAY INLET, LONG BEACH PROJECT, NY                        $500,000  King (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           JOSEPH G. MINISH PASSAIC RIVER WATERFRONT, NJ                                   $2,000,000  Payne; Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LACKAWANNA RIVER, SCRANTON, PA                                                  $1,000,000  Kanjorski
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LAKE MICHIGAN WATERFRONT, IN                                                    $4,000,000  Visclosky
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LAKES MARION AND MOULTRIE, SC                                                   $7,000,000  Clyburn
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LEVISA AND TUG FORKS AND UPPER CUMBERLAND RIVER, WV, VA & KY (KENTUCKY)         $9,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LEVISA AND TUG FORKS AND UPPER CUMBERLAND RIVER, WV, VA & KY (VIRGINIA)         $2,000,000  Boucher
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LITTLE WOOD RIVER, GOODING, ID                                                    $100,000  Simpson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LLAGAS CREEK, CA                                                                  $500,000  Honda; Lofgren, Zoe; McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           LOWER MUD RIVER, MILTON, WV                                                     $1,000,000  Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MADISON AND ST. CLAIR COUNTIES, IL                                              $1,650,000  Costello; Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MANATEE COUNTY, FL                                                                $200,000  Buchanan
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MANATEE HARBOR, FL                                                                $200,000  Buchanan; Castor (FL)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MERAMEC RIVER BASIN, VALLEY PARK LEVEE, MO                                        $600,000  Akin
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MIDDLE RIO GRANDE FLOOD PROTECTION, BERNALILLO TO BELEN, NM                       $800,000  Heinrich
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MID-VALLEY AREA LEVEE RECONSTRUCTION, CA                                          $600,000  Herger
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MT. ZION DAM, FULTON COUNTY, IN                                                   $225,000  Donnelly (IN)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           MURRIETA CREEK, CA                                                              $2,000,000  Bono Mack; Calvert
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           NEW YORK CITY WATERSHED, NY                                                     $1,000,000  Engel; Hall (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           NOGALES WASH, AZ                                                                $2,000,000  Grijalva
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA, MN                                                      $2,000,000  Oberstar
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           NORTHERN WEST VIRGINIA ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, WV                           $100,000  Mollohan
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           NORTHERN WISCONSIN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE, WI                                 $5,000,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: CITY OF HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY,        $400,000  Turner
                                                                       OH
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: CITY OF MENTOR-ON-THE-LAKE, OH             $500,000  LaTourette
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: CITY OF PARMA, OH (BRADENTON BLVD)         $400,000  Kucinich
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: CITY OF PARMA, OH (PARKHAVEN DRIVE)        $400,000  Kucinich
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: FRESNO, COSHOCTON, OH                      $400,000  Space
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: LAKE COUNTY, OH                            $500,000  LaTourette
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: NILES, OH (LAWNVIEW SEWER OVERFLOW       $2,000,000  Ryan (OH)
                                                                       DETENTION BASIN)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: TOLEDO, OH                               $1,200,000  Kaptur
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: VILLAGE OF BLANCHESTER, CLINTON            $400,000  Turner
                                                                       COUNTY, OH
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: VILLAGE OF DALTON, OH                      $400,000  Boccieri
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: VILLAGE OF OAK HILL, JACKSON               $400,000  Space
                                                                       COUNTY, OH
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH: VILLAGE OF POLK, ASHLAND COUNTY, OH        $400,000  Latta
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, OH:VILLAGE OF RISINGSUN, WOOD COUNTY,          $400,000  Latta
                                                                       OH
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO RIVER GREENWAY PUBLIC ACCESS, IN                                           $2,000,000  Hill
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           OHIO RIVERFRONT, CINCINNATI, OH                                                 $4,900,000  Driehaus; Schmidt
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ONONDAGA LAKE, NY                                                               $1,000,000  Maffei
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ORCHARD BEACH, BRONX, NY                                                        $1,000,000  Crowley; Serrano
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL (REIMBURSEMENT)                                           $1,200,000  Klein (FL); Wexler
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PASSAIC RIVER BASIN FLOOD MANAGEMENT, NJ                                        $5,000,000  Frelinghuysen; Pascrell
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PETALUMA RIVER, CA                                                              $1,500,000  Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PIER 36 REMOVAL, CA                                                             $6,220,000  Pelosi
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PINHOOK CREEK, HUNTSVILLE, AL                                                   $1,000,000  Griffith
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PONCE DE LEON INLET, FL                                                         $2,000,000  Kosmas
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           PORT EVERGLADES HARBOR, FL                                                      $1,500,000  Wexler
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RED RIVER BASIN CHLORIDE CONTROL, TX & OK                                       $1,800,000  Boren; Hall (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RED RIVER BASIN CHLORIDE CONTROL, TX & OK (ELM FORK, AREA VI ELEMENT)             $800,000  Lucas
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RED RIVER BELOW DENISON DAM, AR, LA & TX                                        $2,300,000  Alexander; Fleming
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RED RIVER EMERGENCY BANK PROTECTION, AR, LA, OK, & TX                           $2,200,000  Alexander; Boren; Fleming;
                                                                                                                                                                   Ross
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RIO DE FLAG, FLAGSTAFF, AZ                                                      $4,000,000  Kirkpatrick (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RURAL IDAHO, ID                                                                 $5,000,000  Simpson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RURAL MONTANA, MT                                                               $5,000,000  Rehberg
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RURAL NEVADA, NV                                                                $3,000,000  Heller
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           RURAL UTAH, UT                                                                  $1,000,000  Matheson
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SAN ANTONIO CHANNEL IMPROVEMENT, TX                                             $1,500,000  Cuellar; Edwards (TX);
                                                                                                                                                                   Gonzalez; Rodriguez; Smith
                                                                                                                                                                   (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SAN LORENZO RIVER, CA                                                             $500,000  Farr
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SAN RAMON VALLEY RECYCLED WATER, CA                                               $350,000  McNerney; Tauscher
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SAND CREEK WATERSHED, SAUNDERS COUNTY, NE                                         $500,000  Fortenberry
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SANDY HOOK TO BARNEGAT INLET, NJ                                                $2,000,000  Pallone; Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT, PA                        $8,000,000  Murtha
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTH CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT, PA                        $4,000,000  Shuster
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, PA: SANDYFORD RUN         $500,000  Schwartz
                                                                       WETLAND CREATION, PA
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, PA: TACONY CREEK,         $800,000  Fattah; Schwartz
                                                                       PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTHERN AND EASTERN KENTUCKY, KY                                               $1,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTHERN WEST VIRGINIA ENVIRONMENTAL INFRASTRUCTURE, WV                         $1,000,000  Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           SOUTHWEST VALLEY, FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION, ALBUQUERQUE, NM                       $2,000,000  Heinrich
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ST. CLAIR RIVER AND LAKE ST. CLAIR MANAGEMENT PLAN, MI                            $100,000  Levin; Miller (MI)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ST. JOHNS COUNTY, FL                                                              $700,000  Mica
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           ST. LOUIS, MO (COMBINED SEWER OVERFLOW)                                         $1,500,000  Carnahan; Clay
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           STE. GENEVIEVE, MO                                                                $500,000  Carnahan
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           STOCKTON METROPOLITAN FLOOD CONTROL REIMBURSEMENT, CA                           $1,000,000  Cardoza; McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           TAMPA HARBOR, FL                                                                  $500,000  Buchanan; Castor (FL); Putnam;
                                                                                                                                                                   Young (FL)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           THREE RIVERS WET WEATHER DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA            $2,000,000  Doyle
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           TOWNSEND INLET TO CAPE MAY INLET, NJ                                              $300,000  LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           TRES RIOS, AZ                                                                  $15,000,000  Mitchell; Pastor (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           TUCSON DRAINAGE AREA, AZ                                                        $5,000,000  Giffords; Grijalva; Pastor
                                                                                                                                                                   (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           VIRGINIA BEACH, VA (HURRICANE PROTECTION)                                       $1,500,000  Nye
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           WEST VIRGINIA AND PENNSYLVANIA FLOOD CONTROL, PA & WV                           $1,500,000  Mollohan; Murtha
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           WESTERN SARPY COUNTY AND CLEAR CREEK, NE                                        $1,000,000  Fortenberry
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           WHITE RIVER MINIMUM FLOWS, AR & MO                                              $7,500,000  Berry; Boozman
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           WYOMING VALLEY, PA (LEVEE RAISING)                                              $1,200,000  Carney; Kanjorski
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Corps of Engineers             Construction                           YUBA RIVER BASIN, CA                                                            $1,000,000  Herger
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Corps of Engineers             General Provisions                     TRANSFER AUTHORITY: SEVEN OAKS WATER CONSERVATION STUDY                                     Lewis (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BEARGRASS CREEK WETLANDS, KY                                                                Yarmuth
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BEAVER CREEK, OR                                                                            Blumenauer
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BIG FISHWEIR CREEK, FL                                                                      Crenshaw
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BLUE HOLE LAKE, SANTA ROSA, NM                                                              Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BLUE RIVER, CO                                                                              Salazar
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BOTTOMLESS LAKES STATE PARK, NM                                                             Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            BURNHAM PRAIRIE, IL                                                                         Jackson (IL)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            CANONSBURG LAKE, PA                                                                         Murphy, Tim
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            CENTERVILLE, TN                                                                             Davis (TN)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            CHATTACHOOCHIE RIVER DAM REMOVAL, GA                                                        Bishop (GA); Rogers (AL)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            CONCORD STREAMS RESTORTION, CONCORD, NC                                                     Kissell
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            CYPRESS CREEK, MONTGOMERY, AL                                                     $100,000  Bright
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            DOG ISLAND SHOALS, MD                                                                       Kratovil
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            HIGHWAY 47, VERNONIA, OR                                                                    Wu
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            HOFFMAN DAM, IL                                                                             Lipinski
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            HOGAN'S CREEK, FL                                                                           Brown, Corrine
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            HOMER LAKE, ST JOSEPH RIVER, MI                                                             Schauer
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            IA RVR/CLEAR CREEK, JOHNSON COUNTY, IA                                                      Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            JANES-WALLACE MEMORIAL DAM, SANTA ROSA, NM                                                  Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            LAKE LOU YAEGER RESTORATION, IL                                                             Shimkus
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            LOCKPORT PRAIRIE NATURE PRESERVE, WILL COUNTY, IL                                           Biggert
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            MILL RIVER, STAMFORD, CT                                                                    Himes
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            NORTH BEACH, MD                                                                             Hoyer
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            NORTH FORK GUNNISON, CO                                                                     Salazar
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            NORTH PARK, ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PA                                                            Altmire
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            NORTHWEST BRANCH, ANACOSTIA RIVER, MD                                                       Edwards (MD); Van Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            OLENTANGY 5TH AVENUE DAM, OH                                                                Kilroy
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            OSGOOD POND, MILFORD, NH                                                                    Hodes
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            PAINT BRANCH FISH PASSAGE, MD                                                               Edwards (MD)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            PAINTER CREEK, MN                                                                           Paulsen
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            PING TOM PARK, IL                                                                           Davis (IL)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            SALT RIVER RESTORATON, CA                                                                   Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            SHERADEN PARK & CHARTIERS CREEK, PA                                                         Doyle
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            SOUNDVIEW PARK, CITY OF BRONX, NY                                                           Crowley; Serrano; Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            SPRING CREEK, NY                                                                            Meeks (NY); Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            SWEET ARROW LAKE, PA                                                                        Holden
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            TAMARISK ERADICATION, CO                                                                    Salazar
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            TEN MILE RIVER, RI                                                                          Kennedy
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            URIEVILLE LAKE, MD                                                                          Kratovil
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            WALNUT BRANCH, SEGUIN, TX                                                                   Cuellar
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Corps of Engineers             Section 206                            WESTERN CARY STREAMS RESTORATION, CARY, NC                                                  Miller (NC)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            BEPJ POPLAR BROOK, NJ                                                                       Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            BLACK ROCKS CREEK, SALISBURY, MA                                                            Tierney
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            BLACKSNAKE CREEK, ST. JOSEPH, MO                                                            Graves
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            CASS RIVER, SPAULDING TOWNSHIP, MI                                                          Camp
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            CIENEGAS CREEK, DEL RIO, TX                                                                 Rodriguez
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            CITY OF INDEPENDENCE, OH                                                                    Kucinich
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            CONCORDIA, KS                                                                               Moran (KS)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            FARMERS BRANCH, TARRANT COUNTY, TX                                                          Granger
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ                                                                       Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            HATCH, NM                                                                                   Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            INDIAN CREEK, CEDAR RVR, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA                                                   Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            JACKSON BROOK, MORRIS CITY, NJ                                                              Frelinghuysen
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            LAGRANGE GUT, FREDERIKSTED, VI                                                              Christensen
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            LAS GALLIANAS CREEK, MARIN COUNTY, CA                                                       Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            LIMESTONE CREEK, FAYETTEVILLE, NY                                                           Maffei
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            LITTLE RIVER, HOPKINSVILLE, KY                                                              Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            MINNESOTA RIVER, GRANITE FALLS, MN                                                          Peterson
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            NORTH RIVER, PEABODY, MA                                                                    Tierney
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            PENNSVILLE, NJ                                                                              LoBiondo
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            PHILADELPHIA SHIPYARD FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION, PHILADELPHIA, PA                              Brady (PA)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            RIO GRANDE AND UNNAMED TRIBUTARY, EAGLE PASS, TX                                            Rodriguez
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            SWANNANOA RIVER WATERSHED, NC                                                               Shuler
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Corps of Engineers             Section 205                            VALLEY VIEW, OH                                                                             Kucinich
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            APRA SMALL BOAT HARBOR, GUAM                                                                Bordallo
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            BASS HARBOR, TREMONT, ME                                                                    Michaud
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            FAIRLESS HILLS, PA (TURNING BASIN DEEPENING)                                                Murphy, Patrick
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            HAMPTON HARBOR, NH                                                                          Shea-Porter
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            NAPOLEON AVENUE CONTAINER TERMINAL ACCESS, NEW ORLEANS, LA                        $100,000  Scalise
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Corps of Engineers             Section 107                            ST. JEROME CREEK, ST. MARY'S COUNTY, MD                                                     Hoyer
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           ASSUNPINK CREEK, NJ                                                                         Holt; Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           INDIAN RIDGE MARSH, CHICAGO, IL                                                             Jackson (IL)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           LAKE POYGAN, WI                                                                             Petri
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           LAS CRUCES DAM ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, DONA ANA COUNTY, NM                               Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           RATHBUN LAKE HABITAT RESTORATION PROJECT, IA                                                Boswell; Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           SARASOTA BAY RESTORATION, SARASOTA COUNTY, FL                                               Buchanan
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           SMOKES CREEK, ERIE COUNTY, NY                                                               Higgins
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           SPUNKY BOTTOMS RESTORATION, BROWN COUNTY, IL                                                Schock
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Corps of Engineers             Section 1135                           TUJUNGA WASH ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, CA                                                  Berman; Roybal-Allard
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                            BAY FARM ISLAND DIKE, CA                                                                    Stark
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                            CHESAPEAKE BAY SHORELINE, HAMPTON, VA                                                       Nye; Scott (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Section 103                            PISMO BEACH, CA                                                                             Capps
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ABILENE, TX (BRAZOS RIVER BASIN-ELM CREEK)                                        $220,000  Neugebauer
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ANACOSTIA RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, MD & DC (COMPREHENSIVE PLAN)                     $321,000  Edwards (MD); Hoyer; Van
                                                                                                                                                                   Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ARKANSAS RIVER CORRIDOR, OK                                                       $100,000  Sullivan
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ARROYO SECO WATERSHED, CA                                                         $500,000  Becerra; Dreier; Roybal-
                                                                                                                                                                   Allard; Schiff
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BALLONA CREEK RESTORATION, CA                                                     $500,000  Harman; Roybal-Allard
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BOLINAS LAGOON ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, CA                                          $200,000  Woolsey
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BOSSIER PARISH, LA                                                                $500,000  Fleming
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BRONX RIVER BASIN, NY                                                             $325,000  Crowley; Lowey; Serrano; Sires
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BRUSH CREEK BASIN, KS & MO                                                        $300,000  Cleaver; Moore (KS)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BUFFALO BAYOU AND TRIBUTARIES, MAIN STEM, TX                                      $100,000  Culberson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         BUFFALO BAYOU AND TRIBUTARIES, WHITE OAK BAYOU, TX                                $100,000  Culberson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CANAVERAL HARBOR, FL                                                              $900,000  Posey
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CARPINTERIA SHORELINE STUDY, CA                                                   $500,000  Capps
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CEDAR RIVER TIME CHECK AREA, CEDAR RAPIDS, IA                                     $887,000  Loebsack
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CENTRALIA, CHEHALIS RIVER, LEWIS COUNTY, WA                                       $500,000  Baird; Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CHARLESTON HARBOR, SC                                                             $100,000  Brown (SC)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CHEHALIS RIVER BASIN, WA                                                          $500,000  Baird; Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CHOWAN RIVER, VA & NC                                                             $100,000  Forbes
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COLLECTION AND STUDY OF BASIC DATA--FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES: BUCKS        $250,000  Murphy, Patrick
                                                                       COUNTY, PA
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COLLECTION AND STUDY OF BASIC DATA--FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES: MON-         $250,000  Braley (IA)
                                                                       MAQ DAM REMOVAL STUDY & LOCAL FLOODPLAIN MASTER PLANNING, MONTICELLO, IA
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COLLECTION AND STUDY OF BASIC DATA--FLOOD PLAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES:              $550,000  Tiahrt
                                                                       WICHITA AREA DRAINAGE MASTER PLAN, KS
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CONNECTICUT RIVER ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, CT, MA, NH & VT                          $450,000  Courtney; Hodes; Murphy (CT)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES--PLANNING ASSISTANCE TO STATES: CEDAR             $65,000  Obey
                                                                       LAKE WATER QUALITY STUDY, WI
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES--PLANNING ASSISTANCE TO STATES: LAKE             $200,000  Bean
                                                                       COUNTY WETLAND PRESERVATION, PROTECTION AND RESTORATION PLAN, IL
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES--PLANNING ASSISTANCE TO STATES: OKLAHOMA         $250,000  Boren; Fallin
                                                                       COMPREHENSIVE WATER PLAN, OK
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         COORDINATION WITH OTHER AGENCIES--PLANNING ASSISTANCE TO STATES: SOUTH            $300,000  Abercrombie; Hirono
                                                                       MAUI WATERSHED, HI
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CROSS LAKE, LA                                                                    $100,000  Fleming
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         CYPRESS VALLEY WATERSHED, TX                                                      $100,000  Gohmert
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         DELAWARE RIVER WATERFRONT, PA                                                     $154,000  Schwartz
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CA                                                            $100,000  Lewis (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ELLIOTT BAY SEAWALL, WA                                                           $800,000  Dicks; Larsen (WA); McDermott
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ESPANOLA VALLEY, RIO GRANDE AND TRIBUTARIES, NM                                   $300,000  Lujan
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ESTUDILLO CANAL, CA                                                               $250,000  Stark
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         FARGO, ND--MOORHEAD, MN & UPSTREAM (RED RIVER OF THE NORTH BASIN)                 $200,000  Pomeroy
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         FARGO-MOORHEAD METRO STUDY, ND & MN (RRN BASIN AUTHORITY)                       $1,400,000  Pomeroy
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         FLAGLER COUNTY, FL                                                                $233,000  Mica
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         FORGE RIVER WATERSHED, NY                                                         $260,000  Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         FOUR MILE RUN, VA                                                                 $150,000  Moran (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GATHRIGHT DAM AND LAKE MOOMAW, VA                                                 $300,000  Goodlatte
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GOLETA BEACH, CA                                                                  $500,000  Capps
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GRAND LAKE COMPREHENSIVE STUDY, OK                                                $190,000  Boren
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GRAYS HARBOR, WA                                                                  $400,000  Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GREAT LAKES REMEDIAL ACTION PLANS & SEDIMENT REMEDIATION, MI, IL, IN, MN,       $4,000,000  Dahlkemper; Ehlers; Kaptur;
                                                                       NY, OH, PA & WI                                                                             Kucinich; Oberstar; Petri;
                                                                                                                                                                   Slaughter
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GREENUP LOCKS AND DAM, KY & OH                                                  $1,000,000  Davis (KY); Wilson (OH)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         GREENWOOD LAKE, NY & NJ                                                           $100,000  Garrett (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         HARRIS RIVERFRONT, HUNTINGTON, WV                                                 $100,000  Rahall
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         HEACOCK AND CACTUS CHANNELS, CA                                                   $500,000  Bono Mack
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         HUDSON-RARITAN ESTUARY, GOWANUS CANAL, NY                                         $300,000  Sires; Velazquez
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         HUMBOLDT, IA                                                                      $152,000  Latham
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LAKE MONTAUK HARBOR, NY                                                           $119,000  Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LITTLE COLORADO RIVER, WINSLOW, AZ                                                $500,000  Kirkpatrick (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LONG BEACH BREAKWATER STUDY, CA                                                   $100,000  Richardson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOS ANGELES COUNTY DRAINAGE AREA (LACDA) WATER CONSERVATION AND SUPPLY,           $300,000  Napolitano; Roybal-Allard;
                                                                       WHITTIER NARROWS DAM, CA                                                                    Schiff
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOS ANGELES RIVER DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS, CA                                      $100,000  Becerra; Berman; Harman;
                                                                                                                                                                   Roybal-Allard; Schiff;
                                                                                                                                                                   Sherman
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOS ANGELES RIVER ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, CA                                     $1,500,000  Becerra; Berman; Harman;
                                                                                                                                                                   Roybal-Allard; Sherman;
                                                                                                                                                                   Watson
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOS ANGELES RIVER WATERCOURSE IMPROVEMENT, HEADWORKS, CA                          $550,000  Roybal-Allard; Schiff
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOWER CACHE CREEK, YOLO COUNTY, WOODLAND AND VICINITY, CA                         $150,000  Herger; Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         LOWER SADDLE RIVER, NJ                                                            $500,000  Rothman (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         METROPOLITAN LOUISVILLE, MILL CREEK BASIN, KY                                     $225,000  Yarmuth
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MIAMI HARBOR CHANNEL, FL                                                          $600,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln; Diaz-
                                                                                                                                                                   Balart, Mario; Ros-Lehtinen;
                                                                                                                                                                   Wasserman Schultz
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MIDDLE BRAZOS RIVER, TX                                                           $300,000  Carter; Edwards (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MIDDLE POTOMAC COMPREHENSIVE PLAN, MD, VA, PA, WV & DC                            $753,000  Connolly (VA); Moran (VA);
                                                                                                                                                                   Norton; Van Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MIDDLE POTOMAC RIVER--CAMERON RUN/HOLMES RUN, VA                                  $600,000  Moran (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MIDDLE POTOMAC RIVER, GREAT SENECA/MUDDY BRANCH, MD                               $301,000  Edwards (MD); Van Hollen
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MINNEHAHA CREEK WATERSHED, MN                                                     $500,000  Ellison
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MISSOURI RIVER LEVEE SYSTEM, UNITS L-455 & R 460-471, MO & KS                     $350,000  Graves
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         MONTAUK POINT, NY                                                                 $200,000  Bishop (NY)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         NORTH SHORE OF LONG ISLAND, ASHAROKEN, NY                                         $300,000  Israel
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         NORTHERN KENTUCKY RIVERFRONT COMMONS, KY                                          $279,000  Davis (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         OHIO RIVER SHORELINE, PADUCAH, KY                                                  $44,000  Whitfield
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ONONDAGA LAKE, NY                                                                 $250,000  Maffei
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         OTHER--TRIBAL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM: NEW MEXICO                                     $300,000  Heinrich; Lujan; Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         PAJARO RIVER, CA                                                                $1,000,000  Farr; Honda
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         PECKMAN RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, NJ                                                 $443,000  Pascrell
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         PINE MOUNTAIN DAM, AR                                                             $500,000  Boozman
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         PRAIRIE DUPONT LEVEE AND SANITARY DISTRICT AND FISH LAKE DRAINAGE AND           $1,000,000  Costello; Shimkus
                                                                       LEVEE DISTRICT, IL
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RAHWAY RIVER BASIN, NJ                                                            $300,000  Lance
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RARITAN BAY AND SANDY HOOK BAY, HIGHLANDS, NJ                                     $300,000  Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RED CLAY CREEK, CHRISTINA RIVER WATERSHED, DE                                     $300,000  Castle
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RED RIVER NAVIGATION STUDY, SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS, AR & LA                            $25,000  Alexander; Boren; Fleming;
                                                                                                                                                                   Hall (TX); Ross
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RIO GRANDE BASIN, NM, CO AND TX (SECTION 729)                                     $120,000  Heinrich; Lujan; Reyes; Teague
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RIO SALADO OESTE, SALT RIVER, AZ                                                $2,000,000  Pastor (AZ)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RIVER DES PERES, MO                                                               $129,000  Carnahan; Clay
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         RIVERSIDE COUNTY SPECIAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN, CA                                 $221,000  Calvert
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN CLEMENTE SHORELINE, CA                                                        $100,000  Calvert
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN DIEGO COUNTY SPECIAL AREA MANAGEMENT PLAN, CA                                 $300,000  Filner
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN FRANCISQUITO CREEK, CA                                                        $300,000  Eshoo; Honda
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN JOAQUIN RIVER BASIN, LOWER SAN JOAQUIN RIVER, CA                            $1,500,000  Cardoza; McNerney
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN JOAQUIN RIVER BASIN, WEST STANISLAUS COUNTY, ORESTIMBA CREEK, CA              $460,000  Cardoza
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAN JUAN CREEK, SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY, CA                                           $582,000  Calvert
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SANTA ANA RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, CA                       $1,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SANTA ANA RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, BIG BEAR LAKE, CA                                $800,000  Lewis (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SANTA ANA RIVER, PRADO BASIN ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, ORANGE COUNTY, CA              $44,000  Baca
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SANTA CLARA RIVER WATERSHED, CA                                                   $500,000  Capps; Gallegly
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SARASOTA, LIDO KEY BEACH, FL                                                      $500,000  Buchanan
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SAVANNAH RIVER BASIN COMPREHENSIVE STUDY, GA & SC                               $1,000,000  Barrett (SC)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SEVEN OAKS DAM WATER CONSERVATION STUDY, CA                                       $800,000  Baca; Calvert; Lewis (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SKAGIT RIVER, WA                                                                  $300,000  Larsen (WA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SKOKOMISH RIVER BASIN, WA                                                         $700,000  Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SOUTH RIVER, RARITAN RIVER BASIN, NJ                                              $500,000  Holt; Pallone
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO SHORELINE, CA                                               $2,800,000  Eshoo; Honda; Lofgren, Zoe;
                                                                                                                                                                   Pelosi; Stark
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA WATER RESOURCE STUDY, OK                                       $300,000  Boren; Cole
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SOUTHWEST ARKANSAS, AR                                                            $190,000  Ross
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SOUTHWEST COASTAL LOUISIANA HURRICANE PROTECTION, LA                            $1,000,000  Boustany
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ST. CROIX RIVER BASIN, MN & WI                                                    $154,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ST. CROIX RIVER RELOCATION OF ENDANGERED MUSSELS, MN & WI                         $350,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         ST. LUCIE COUNTY, FL                                                            $1,000,000  Hastings (FL); Rooney
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         STONY BROOK, MILLSTONE RIVER BASIN, NJ                                            $250,000  Lance
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         SUN VALLEY WATERSHED, CA                                                          $600,000  Berman; Roybal-Allard; Sherman
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         UPPER OHIO NAVIGATION SYSTEM STUDY, PA                                          $1,250,000  Altmire; Doyle; Murphy, Tim
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         UPPER SUSQUEHANNA RIVER BASIN COMPREHENSIVE FLOOD DAMAGE REDUCTION, NY            $100,000  Hinchey
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         UPPER TRINITY RIVER BASIN, TX                                                     $500,000  Barton (TX); Burgess; Granger
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         VICINITY AND WILLOUGHBY SPIT, NORFOLK, VA                                         $243,000  Nye; Scott (VA)
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WAILUPE STREAM, OAHU, HI                                                          $175,000  Abercrombie
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WASHITA RIVER BASIN, OK                                                           $250,000  Cole
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WESTMINSTER, EAST GARDEN GROVE, CA                                                $900,000  Rohrabacher; Sanchez, Loretta
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WHITE RIVER NAVIGATION TO NEWPORT, AR                                             $500,000  Berry
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WILLAMETTE RIVER ENVIRONMENTAL DREDGING, OR                                       $615,000  Blumenauer; Wu
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Corps of Engineers             Investigations                         WRECK POND, MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ                                                   $100,000  Smith (NJ)
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Investigations                    SPRING BAYOU, LA                                                                  $350,000  Alexander
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction                      BAYOU METO BASIN, AR                                                              $100,000  Berry
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction                      ST. FRANCIS BASIN, AR & MO                                                      $2,200,000  Berry
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Corps of Engineers             MRT--Construction                      ST. JOHNS BAYOU & NEW MADRID FLOODWAY, MO                                         $200,000  Emerson
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    APPOMATTOX RIVER, VA                                                              $600,000  Forbes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    ARCADIA HARBOR, MI                                                                $170,000  Hoekstra
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    ASHLAND HARBOR, WI                                                                $913,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    BEAUFORT HARBOR, NC                                                               $250,000  Jones
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    BLOCK ISLAND HARBOR OF REFUGE, RI                                                 $600,000  Langevin
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    BOGUE INLET AND CHANNEL, NC                                                       $325,000  Jones
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    CEDAR ISLAND KEATON BEACH CHANNEL, FL                                             $300,000  Boyd
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    COCHECO RIVER, NH                                                               $1,200,000  Shea-Porter
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    CORNUCOPIA HARBOR, WI                                                             $173,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    CRESCENT CITY HARBOR, CA                                                        $3,900,000  Thompson (CA)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    DEPOE BAY, OR                                                                     $118,000  Schrader
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    EVERGLADES AND SOUTH FLORIDA ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION, FL                            $575,000  Wasserman Schultz
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    FISHING CREEK, CALVERT COUNTY, MD                                                 $160,000  Hoyer
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    GRAYS HARBOR AND CHEHALIS RIVER, WA (COASTAL MODELING SYSTEM)                     $300,000  Dicks
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    GREENWICH HARBOR, CT                                                              $178,000  Himes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    HAMPTON HARBOR, HAMPTON, NH                                                       $130,000  Shea-Porter
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    J. PERCY PRIEST GREENWAY, TN                                                    $3,500,000  Gordon (TN)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    LAKE CUMBERLAND, KY                                                             $1,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    LAKE SUPERIOR SMALL HARBOR MAINTENANCE, WI                                      $1,924,000  Obey
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    MENOMINEE HARBOR, MI & WI                                                         $233,000  Kagen
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    MIAMI RIVER, FL                                                                   $777,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario; Ros-
                                                                                                                                                                   Lehtinen; Wasserman Schultz
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    MILL CREEK AND SOUTH SLOUGH, IL                                                 $1,000,000  Hare
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    MISSISSIPPI RIVER BETWEEN MISSOURI RIVER AND MINNEAPOLIS (MVR PORTION), IL        $500,000  Hare
                                                                       (SUNSET MARINA)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    NAPLES TO BIG MARCO PASS, FL                                                    $1,500,000  Mack
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    NEW BUFFALO HARBOR, MI                                                            $139,000  Upton
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    NEWBURYPORT HARBOR, MA (DREDGING)                                               $1,260,000  Tierney
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    NORWALK HARBOR, CT                                                              $2,000,000  Himes
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    OHIO RIVER LOCKS AND DAMS, WV, KY & OH (PARKERSBURG/VIENNA, WV)                 $2,786,000  Mollohan
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    OLCOTT HARBOR, NY                                                                 $197,000  Slaughter
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    PENTWATER HARBOR, MI                                                              $185,000  Hoekstra
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    PINOLE SHOAL MANAGEMENT STUDY, CA                                                 $200,000  Cardoza; McNerney; Miller,
                                                                                                                                                                   George; Tauscher
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    PORT ST. JOE HARBOR, FL                                                           $500,000  Boyd
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    REGIONAL SEDIMENT MANAGEMENT DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM: MATHEWS COUNTY, VA            $238,000  Wittman
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    SAN FRANCISCO BAY, LONG TERM MANAGEMENT STRATEGY, CA                            $3,500,000  Pelosi
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    ST. HERMAN'S HARBOR, KODIAK, AK                                                   $500,000  Young (AK)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    TRINITY RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES, TX                                               $1,996,000  Poe (TX)
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Corps of Engineers             O&M                                    WINTER HARBOR, MATHEWS COUNTY, VA                                               $1,190,000  Wittman
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Corps of Engineers             General Provisions                     SECTION 105--TWO HARBORS, MN                                                                Oberstar
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Corps of Engineers             General Provisions                     SECTION 106--NORTHERN WISCONSIN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSISTANCE, WI                                Obey
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Corps of Engineers             General Provisions                     SECTION 107--MARTIN, KY                                                                     Rogers (KY)
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Corps of Engineers             General Provisions                     SECTION 108--WHITE RIVER MINIMUM FLOW, AR                                                   Berry
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE FUELS RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, & COMMERCIALIZATION            $1,500,000  Ryan (OH)
                                                                       CLUSTER
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ADVANCED BATTERY MANUFACTURING                                                    $200,000  Perriello
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   AGRI-BUSINESS ENERGY INDEPENDENCE DEMONSTRATION, NY                                $80,000  Arcuri
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF AND BLIND BIODIESEL PROJECT GREEN                      $300,000  Rogers (AL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ALGAE TO BIODIESEL, CARLSBAD, NM                                                  $500,000  Teague
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE                                           $500,000  Berkley; Titus
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ALTERNATIVE ENERGY TRAINING INSTITUTE                                             $500,000  McKeon
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ALTERNATIVE FUEL BUS PROJECT, SCHAGHTICOKE, NY                                    $300,000  Murphy (NY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   AUBURN UNIVERSITY, BIOMASS TO LIQUID FUELS AND ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH          $1,500,000  Bonner; Rogers (AL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BEXAR COUNTY SOLAR COLLECTION FARM AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM                      $1,000,000  Gonzalez; Smith (TX)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIO ENERGY INITIATIVE FOR CONNECTICUT                                           $1,500,000  DeLauro
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM GREASE WASTE                                            $250,000  Bono Mack
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOENERGY/BIONANOTECHNOLOGY PROJECTS                                              $500,000  Alexander
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOFUEL MICRO-REFINERIES FOR LOCAL SUSTAINABILITY                                 $500,000  Cohen
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOFUELS CAMPUS FOR ACCELERATED DEVELOPMENT                                       $500,000  Butterfield
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOFUELS RESEARCH LABORATORY                                                    $1,000,000  Guthrie
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOFUELS, BIOPOWER AND BIOMATERIALS INITIATIVE                                  $1,250,000  Kingston; Scott (GA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BIOPROCESSES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, MICHIGAN BIOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE,          $500,000  Rogers (MI)
                                                                       LANSING, MI
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BOULDER SMARTGRIDCITY--PLUG-IN ELECTRIC HYBRID VEHICLES                           $500,000  Polis
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BRIDGE HYDRO-TURBINE STUDY                                                        $150,000  Blumenauer; Wu
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   BROOKSTON WIND TURBINES STUDY, BROOKSTON, IN                                       $75,000  Buyer
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CALIFORNIA POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND           $250,000  McCarthy (CA)
                                                                       ALTERNATIVE ELECTRIC TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGIES EQUIPMENT ACQUISITION
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTER FOR ADVANCED BIO-BASED BINDERS (CABB) AND POLLUTION REDUCTION              $700,000  Braley (IA)
                                                                       TECHNOLOGIES
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTER FOR APPLIED ALTERNATIVE ENERGY, SUSTAINABLE & PRACTICES                    $500,000  Buchanan
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTER FOR ENERGY STORAGE RESEARCH                                              $1,000,000  Johnson, Sam
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTER FOR ENVIROMENTAL AND ENERGY RESEARCH                                       $250,000  Massa
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTRAL CORRIDOR ENERGY DISTRICT INTEGRATION STUDY                                $500,000  McCollum
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                $525,000  Kissell; Watt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CHRISTMAS VALLEY RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT                                     $410,000  Walden
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY HALL LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (LEED)                    $500,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario
                                                                       CERTIFICATION
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF BOISE GEOTHERMAL EXPANSION TO BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY                    $1,000,000  Simpson
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS SOLAR ROOF DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                             $250,000  Ehlers
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF NORCO WASTE-TO-ENERGY FACILITY                                            $750,000  Calvert
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF OAKDALE ENERGY EFFICIENCY UPGRADES                                        $400,000  McCollum
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF REDLANDS FACILITIES UPGRADES TO IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY                 $900,000  Lewis (CA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF TALLAHASSEE INNOVATIVE ENERGY INITIATIVES                                 $250,000  Crenshaw
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CITY OF WINTER GARDEN WEATHERIZATION DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                        $200,000  Grayson
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CLEMSON UNIVERSITY CELLULOSIC BIOFUEL PILOT PLANT                               $1,000,000  Barrett (SC); Inglis
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CLOUD COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTER OF EXCELLENCE              $750,000  Moran (KS)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   COASTAL OHIO WIND PROJECT: REMOVING BARRIERS TO GREAK LAKES OFFSHORE WIND       $1,000,000  Kaptur; Latta
                                                                       ENERGY DEVELOPMENT
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   COMPREHENSIVE WIND ENERGY PROGRAM, PURDUE UNIVERSITY-CALUMET, IN                  $500,000  Visclosky
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS FUELING FACILITY                                           $700,000  Blunt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CONCENTRATOR PHOTOVOLTAIC TECHNOLOGY                                              $900,000  Giffords
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CONSOLIDATED ALTERNATIVE FUELS RESEARCH                                           $250,000  Lucas
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CONSORTIUM FOR PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH                                     $3,000,000  Abercrombie; Bishop (GA);
                                                                                                                                                                   Conyers; Etheridge; Lewis
                                                                                                                                                                   (GA); Miller (NC); Price
                                                                                                                                                                   (NC); Rogers (KY); Rogers
                                                                                                                                                                   (MI); Rothman (NJ); Stupak
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTAL AGRICULTURE AND ENERGY PROJECT                           $200,000  McHugh
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY TRAINING & RESEARCH IN SOLAR POWER                         $1,200,000  Terry
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DAEMEN COLLEGE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY/GEOTHERMAL TECHNOLOGIES DEMONSTRATION           $950,000  Lee (NY)
                                                                       PROGRAM, ERIE COUNTY, NY
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DEDHAM MUNICIPAL SOLAR PROJECT                                                    $500,000  Lynch
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DEMONSTRATION PLANT FOR BIODIESEL FROM LOW-IMPACT CROPS                           $500,000  Schock
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS AT WEST CHESTER            $300,000  Sestak
                                                                       UNIVERSITY
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH YIELD FEEDSTOCK AND BIOMASS CONVERSION TECHNOLOGY FOR       $1,000,000  Hirono
                                                                       RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   DEVELOPMENT OF POLLUTION PREVENTION TECHNOLOGIES                                  $900,000  Clarke; Meeks (NY); Towns;
                                                                                                                                                                   Weiner
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   EAST KENTUCKY BIOENERGY CAPACITY ASSESSMENT PROJECT                               $250,000  Rogers (KY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   EASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY BIOMASS PLANT                                       $1,000,000  Johnson (IL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY AUDIT, EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENTS, AND RENEWABLE ENERGY INSTALLATIONS,      $1,000,000  Lance
                                                                       TOWNSHIP OF BRANCHBURG, NJ
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY CONSERVATION AND EFFICIENCY UPGRADE OF HVAC CONTROLS                       $500,000  Maloney
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY CONSERVATION UPGRADES, INGHAM REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, LANSING, MI         $250,000  Rogers (MI)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENTS                                                    $250,000  Aderholt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY EFFICIENCY REPAIRS AND AIR QUALITY IMPROVEMENTS AT LYONSDALE               $500,000  McHugh
                                                                       BIOMASS
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY EFFICIENCY UPGRADES, NEW ROCHELLE, NY                                    $1,000,000  Lowey
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY REDUCTION AND EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT THROUGH LIGHTING CONTROL              $120,000  Dent
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY SAVING RETROFITTING FOR THE CFCC MAIN CAMPUS                               $300,000  Stearns
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENERGY-EFFICIENT INNOVATIONS FOR HEALTHY BUILDINGS                                $500,000  Maffei
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT PROTOCOLS FOR TIDAL POWER                                  $1,000,000  Michaud; Pingree (ME)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ETHANOL FROM AGRICULTURE                                                          $500,000  Berry
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FAIRBANKS GEOTHERMAL ENERGY PROJECT                                             $1,000,000  Young (AK)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FAIRVIEW DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS BUILDING AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS                $500,000  Rothman (NJ)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FARM DEPLOYABLE MICROBIAL BIOREACTOR FOR FUEL ETHANOL PRODUCTION                  $800,000  Aderholt; Bright
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FAST CHARGING ELECTRIC VEHICLE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT IN CHARLOTTESVILLE,          $500,000  Perriello
                                                                       VIRGINIA
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FEASIBILITY STUDY AND DESIGN OF BRIGHTFIELD SOLAR FARM                            $200,000  Sestak
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FLORIDA RENEWABLE ENERGY PROGRAM                                                $1,000,000  Putnam
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   FORT MASON CENTER PIER 2 PROJECT                                                $2,000,000  Pelosi
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GADSDEN STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE GREEN OPERATIONS PLAN                              $75,000  Aderholt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GEORGETOWN SOUTH COMMERCIAL PARK, PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATION FACILITY                $100,000  Carter
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GEORGIA SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BIODIESEL RESEARCH                                    $250,000  Kingston
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT IN HOT SPRINGS VALLEY                                      $491,000  Rehberg
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GEOTHERMAL POWER GENERATION PLANT AT OREGON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY             $1,000,000  Walden; Wu
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   GLOBAL GREEN NEW ORLEANS--HOLY CROSS PROJECT                                      $550,000  Cao
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GOGEBIC COMMUNITY COLLEGE (GCC)--CAMPUS ENERGY EFFICIENT AND                      $300,000  Stupak
                                                                       WEATHERIZATION UPGRADE
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREAT LAKES INSTITUTE FOR ENERGY INNOVATION                                       $500,000  Fudge; LaTourette
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREEN BUILDING RESEARCH LABORATORY                                              $1,000,000  Wu
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREEN BUILDINGS/RETROFITTING                                                      $350,000  Forbes
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREEN FUELS DEPOT                                                               $1,500,000  Biggert
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREEN ROOF DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                                                  $600,000  Souder
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREEN ROOF FOR THE DUPAGE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING                          $250,000  Roskam
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   GREENFIELD COMMUNITY COLLEGE HYBRID GEO-THERMAL PROJECT                           $525,000  Olver
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HARDIN COUNTY GENERAL HOSPITAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY UPGRADES                         $500,000  Shimkus
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HENDERSON, SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT                                                   $500,000  Titus
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HIGH PENETRATION WIND POWER IN TATITLEK                                           $900,000  Young (AK)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HIGH TEMPERATURE HYDROGEN GENERATION SYSTEMS                                      $300,000  Inglis
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HOSPITAL LIGHTING RETROFIT                                                        $500,000  Rush
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HOUSATONIC RIVER NET-ZERO-ENERGY BUILDING                                       $1,000,000  Olver
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   HULL MUNCIPAL LIGHT PLANT OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT                                   $750,000  Delahunt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SUSTAINABILITY NETWORK                                 $250,000  Costello; Halvorson; Jackson
                                                                                                                                                                   (IL); Johnson (IL);
                                                                                                                                                                   Schakowsky; Schock
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ILLINOIS ENERGY RESOURCES CENTER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO         $400,000  Lipinski
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   IMPROVING FUEL CELL DURABILITY AND RELIABILITY INITIATIVE                       $2,500,000  Courtney; Larson (CT)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INSTALLATION OF A SOLAR CANOPY                                                    $534,000  Olver
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP                                         $1,000,000  Fattah
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY                                                $1,000,000  Bachus; Davis (AL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INTEGRATED BIOMASS REFINING INSTITUTE                                           $1,000,000  Etheridge; Price (NC)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INTEGRATED POWER FOR MICROSYSTEMS                                                 $250,000  Lee (NY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   INTEGRATED RENEWABLE ENERGY & CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVE                    $750,000  Latham
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   IOWA CENTRAL RENEWABLE FUEL TESTING LABORATORY                                    $500,000  Latham
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ISSAQUAH HIGHLANDS ZERO ENERGY AFFORDABLE HOUSING                                 $500,000  Reichert
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   JENKS ENERGY MANAGEMENT EQUIPMENT                                                 $250,000  Sullivan
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   JUNIATA HYBRID LOCOMOTIVE                                                       $1,000,000  Shuster
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY                             $500,000  Moran (KS)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LA FERIA SOLAR LIGHTING INITIATIVE                                                $500,000  Hinojosa
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LANCASTER LANDFILL SOLAR FACILITY                                                 $500,000  Tsongas
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LARGE-SCALE WIND TRAINING PROGRAM, HUDSON VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, TROY,         $300,000  Murphy (NY)
                                                                       NY
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOFUELS FROM NEW BIOENERGY CROPS                               $1,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LONG ISLAND 50 MW SOLAR INITIATIVE                                              $1,750,000  Israel
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   LONG ISLAND BIOFUELS ALLIANCE                                                   $2,750,000  Israel
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MARET CENTER                                                                    $1,500,000  Blunt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTER                                                    $750,000  Delahunt; Frank (MA); McGovern
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MIAMI CHILDREN'S MUSEUM GOING GREEN INITIATIVE                                  $1,000,000  Ros-Lehtinen
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MILL SEAT LANDFILL BIOREACTOR RENEWABLE GREEN POWER PROJECT                     $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MORRIS COUNTY RENEWABLE ENERGY INITIATIVE                                       $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MOVING TOWARD AN ENERGY EFFICIENT CAMPUS AT WHEELOCK COLLEGE                      $400,000  Capuano
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MT. WACHUSETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE WIND PROJECT                                    $1,000,000  Olver
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MULTI-HYBRID POWER VEHICLES WITH COST EFFECTIVE AND DURABLE POLYMER               $600,000  Wilson (OH)
                                                                       ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE FUEL CELL AND LITHIUM ION BATTERY FOR OHIO
                                                                       UNIVERSITY
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MUNICIPAL BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENT WINDOW REPLACEMENT PROGRAM                    $180,000  Lance
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   MUNICIPAL COMPLEX SOLAR POWER PROJECT                                             $200,000  Sires
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS FOR ENERGY                                             $1,000,000  Miller (NC)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NATIONAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGY                        $900,000  Kilroy
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR AVIATION RESEARCH, ADVANCED MATERIALS RESEARCH           $1,500,000  Tiahrt
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NATIONAL OFFSHORE WIND ENERGY CENTER                                            $1,000,000  Green, Al; Green, Gene;
                                                                                                                                                                   Jackson-Lee (TX)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NATIONAL OPEN-OCEAN ENERGY LABORATORY                                             $800,000  Klein (FL); Wasserman Schultz;
                                                                                                                                                                   Wexler
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NCMS                                                                              $900,000  Dingell
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NEIGHBORHOOD WEATHERIZATION COLLABORATIVE                                         $500,000  DeGette
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NEWARK MUSEUM ALTERNATIVE ENERGY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM                              $500,000  Frelinghuysen; Payne
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   NEXT GENERATION COMPOSITE WIND BLADE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES                   $250,000  Michaud; Pingree (ME)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NEXT GENERATION WIND TURBINE                                                    $1,000,000  Neal
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY TRANSPORTATION ENERGY PROGRAM                      $1,000,000  Lipinski
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NTRCI LEGACY ENGINE DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                                         $500,000  Duncan
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   NY STATE CENTER FOR ADVANCED FERRITE PRODUCTION                                   $300,000  McHugh
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   OAKLAND UNIVERSITY ALTERNATIVE ENERGY EDUCATION                                   $500,000  Peters
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT STUDY                                                       $500,000  Ackerman
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ORANGE COUNTY SOLAR DEMONSTRATION & RESEARCH FACILITY                             $300,000  Grayson
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   OU CENTER FOR BIOMASS REFINING                                                    $500,000  Cole
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PASSIVE NOX REMOVAL CATALYST RESEARCH, NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY, IN                  $900,000  Visclosky
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PERU ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT WIND TURBINE GENERATION                              $1,000,000  Halvorson
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PHIPPS CONSERVATORY CTI WASTE-TO-ENERGY PROJECT                                   $500,000  Murphy, Tim
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PHOENIX CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT EXPANSION                      $2,000,000  Pastor (AZ)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER ELECTRONICS RESEARCH INITIATIVE (PERI)                         $700,000  Brown, Corrine; Kosmas
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PITTSBURGH GREEN INNOVATORS                                                     $1,500,000  Doyle
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PLUG-IN HYBRID INITIATIVE                                                         $500,000  Schauer
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PORT OF GALVESTON SOLAR ENERGY PROJECT                                            $250,000  Paul
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PROTOTYPING AND DEVELOPMENT OF COMMERCIAL NANO-CRYSTALLINE THIN FILM              $500,000  Tonko
                                                                       SILICON FOR PHOTOVOLTAIC MANUFACTURING
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   PURDUE SOLAR ENERGY UTILIZATION LABORATORY, WEST LAFAYETTE, IN                    $425,000  Buyer
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   R & D OF CLEAN VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY                                               $1,000,000  Ryan (OH); Sutton
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   RENEWABLE ENERGY CENTER                                                           $750,000  Butterfield; Watt
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   RENEWABLE ENERGY/DISASTER BACKUP SYSTEM FOR HAWAII RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS         $240,000  Abercrombie; Hirono
                                                                       BUILDING
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF LIQUID CARRIERS FOR HYDROGEN ENERGY                   $500,000  Reichert
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   RICHLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE BIOENERGY PROGRAM                                      $500,000  Johnson (IL)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   RUNNING SPRINGS RETREAT CENTER SOLAR UPGRADE                                    $1,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SAINT JOSEPH'S UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP               $1,000,000  Brady (PA)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SAN DIEGO CENTER FOR ALGAE BIOTECHNOLOGY (SD-CAB)                                 $750,000  Bilbray; Davis (CA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SAN FRANCISCO ELECTRIC VEHICLE INITIATIVE                                       $1,000,000  Pelosi
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SHOW ME ENERGY COOPERATIVE BIOMASS DEVELOPMENT                                    $900,000  Skelton
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR ENERGY PARKING CANOPY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT                               $3,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR ENERGY PROGRAM                                                              $800,000  Wasserman Schultz
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER INSTRUMENTATION FACILITY, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH      $1,000,000  Price (NC)
                                                                       CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR FURNACE RESEARCH PROGRAM, VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY, IN                         $500,000  Visclosky
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR HOT WATER PROJECT IN GREENBURGH, NY                                         $169,000  Lowey
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR LIGHTING FOR ARTESIA PARKS                                                  $250,000  Sanchez, Linda
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR PANEL EXPANSION INITIATIVE                                                  $500,000  Rodriguez
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR PANELS ON HUDSON COUNTY FACILITIES                                          $500,000  Sires
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR POWER FOR MAYWOOD                                                           $300,000  Rothman (NJ)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR POWERED LIGHTING FOR FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT OF DUPAGE COUNTY, IL          $300,000  Roskam
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLAR POWEREED COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS REFUELING STATION                           $500,000  McCarthy (NY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL SYSTEMS PVL PILOT LINE                                    $1,000,000  Boccieri; Sutton
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOMERSET COUNTY RENEWABLE ENERGY INITIATIVE                                     $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOUTH JERSEY WIND TURBINES                                                        $500,000  LoBiondo
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SOUTHERN PINE BASED BIOREFINERY CENTER                                            $500,000  Lewis (GA); Marshall; Scott
                                                                                                                                                                   (GA)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ST. LUKE'S MINERS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ENERGY EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT         $525,000  Holden
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   ST. MARKS REFINERY REDEVELOPMENT                                                  $350,000  Boyd
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of Energy           EERE                                   ST. PETERSBURG SOLAR PILOT PROJECT                                              $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   ST. PETERSBURG SUSTAINABLE BIOSOLIDS/RENEWABLE ENERGY PLANT                     $2,500,000  Young (FL)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   STATE COLLEGES' (VSC) STATEWIDE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY            $450,000  Welch
                                                                       INITIATIVE
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   STREET LIGHTING FIXTURE ENERGY EFFICIENCY RETROFIT PROJECT                        $500,000  Becerra; Harman; Sanchez,
                                                                                                                                                                   Linda; Watson
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SUSTAINABLE ALGAL ENERGY PRODUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION                 $500,000  Wittman
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SUSTAINABLE ENERGY OPTIONS FOR RURAL NEBRASKA                                     $500,000  Fortenberry
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SUSTAINABLE ENERGY RESEARCH CENTER                                              $1,500,000  Harper
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SWEET SORGHUM ALTERNATIVE FUEL AND FEED PILOT PROJECT                             $750,000  Grijalva
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SWITCHGRASS BIOFUEL RESEARCH: CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS        $250,000  Fortenberry
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   SYNTHESIS OF RENEWABLE BIOFUELS FROM BIOMASS                                      $500,000  Rehberg
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   THE BIOREFINERY IN NEW YORK-BIO BUTANOL FROM BIOMASS                              $400,000  Maffei
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   THE BOSTON ARCHITECTURAL COLLEGE'S URBAN SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVE              $1,600,000  Capuano
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   THE JOHNSTON AVENUE SOLAR PROJECT                                                 $500,000  Smith (NJ)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   THE SOLAR ENERGY CONSORTIUM                                                     $2,250,000  Hinchey; Hall (NY)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   THURGOOD MARSHALL COLLEGE FUND MINORITY ENERGY SCIENCE INITIATIVE: NNSA         $3,000,000  Butterfield; Towns
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   TODAY'S LEADERS FOR A SUSTAINABLE TOMORROW: A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PROGRAM        $1,500,000  Oberstar
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   TUCSON PUBLIC BUILDING SOLAR ARRAYS                                               $450,000  Giffords
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNION TERMINAL                                                                    $500,000  Driehaus
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNITED WAY OF SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN                                               $400,000  Conyers; Dingell; Kilpatrick
                                                                                                                                                                   (MI); Levin; Miller (MI)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNIVERSITY OF AKRON NATIONAL POLYMER INNOVATION CENTER                          $1,000,000  Ryan (OH); Sutton
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AT LITTLE ROCK NANOSTRUCTURED SOLAR CELLS                  $500,000  Snyder
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY ENERGY EFFICIENT CHEMISTRY BUILDING                   $800,000  Kilpatrick (MI)
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Department of Energy           EERE                                   UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA GREEN CAMPUS INITIATIVE                               $200,000  Aderholt
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