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111th Congress                                                   Report
 1st Session             HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES               111-230
_______________________________________________________________________




                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
                       APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

                               ----------

                              R E P O R T

                                 of the

                      COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

                        [to accompany H.R. 3326]






 July 24, 2009.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed






            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010







111th Congress                                                   Report
 1st Session             HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES               111-230
_______________________________________________________________________




                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

                       APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

                               __________

                              R E P O R T

                                 of the

                      COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS

                        [to accompany H.R. 3326]






 July 24, 2009.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed




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                            C O N T E N T S

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                                                                   Page
Bill Totals......................................................     1
Committee Budget Review Process..................................     3
Select Intelligence Oversight Panel..............................     3
Introduction.....................................................     3
    Overseas Contingencies.......................................     4
    Oversight Issues.............................................     5
Terminations, Reductions and Other Savings.......................     7
Administrative Fees..............................................     7
Department of the Army Antideficiency Act Violations.............     8
Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII)...................................     8
Funding Increases................................................     9
Committee Recommendations by Major Category......................     9
    Military Personnel...........................................     9
    Operation and Maintenance....................................    10
    Procurement..................................................    10
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation...................    11
    Defense Health Program.......................................    13
    Overseas Deployment and Other Activities.....................    13
    Classified Programs..........................................    14
Forces to be Supported...........................................    14
    Department of the Army.......................................    14
    Department of the Navy.......................................    16
    Department of the Air Force..................................    17
TITLE I. MILITARY PERSONNEL......................................    19
    Military Personnel Overview..................................    21
        Summary of End Strength..................................    21
        Overall Active End Strength..............................    21
        Overall Selected Reserve End Strength....................    21
        Full-Time Support Strengths..............................    22
        Cash Incentives..........................................    22
        Boots-On-The-Ground and Cost of War Reporting............    23
        Internal Budgeting Controls for the Department of the 
          Army...................................................    23
        Accuracy of Obligations..................................    24
    Military Personnel, Army.....................................    24
    Military Personnel, Navy.....................................    28
    Military Personnel, Marine Corps.............................    32
    Military Personnel, Air Force................................    36
    Reserve Personnel, Army......................................    40
    Reserve Personnel, Navy......................................    43
    Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps..............................    46
    Reserve Personnel, Air Force.................................    49
    National Guard Personnel, Army...............................    52
    National Guard Personnel, Air Force..........................    55
TITLE II. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE..............................    59
        Inventory of Contract Services...........................    61
        Common Access Cards......................................    61
        Advisory and Assistance Services Growth..................    61
        Army Experience Center and Virtual Army Experience.......    62
        Combat Air Force Restructure.............................    62
        Historical Budget Execution..............................    63
        Peacetime OPTEMPO........................................    64
        Readiness................................................    64
        Military Tires...........................................    64
        Light Attack Aircraft Demonstration......................    65
        Operation and Maintenance Reprogrammings.................    65
        Operation and Maintenance Budget Execution Data..........    66
        Information Operations...................................    67
    Operation and Maintenance, Army..............................    68
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy..............................    75
        Africa Partnership Station...............................    81
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps......................    81
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force.........................    85
        Fee-For-Service Refueling................................    91
        Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator........    91
    Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide......................    91
        Joint Chiefs of Staff....................................    96
        Afghanistan Information Communications Technology........    96
        Security and Stabilization...............................    97
        Office of Economic Assistance............................    97
        Fort Stewart.............................................    97
        Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) 
          and Chief Financial Officer............................    97
    Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve......................    98
    Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve......................   101
    Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve..............   104
    Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve.................   106
    Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard...............   108
        Family Assistance Centers/National Guard Reintegration...   112
        Process Refinement and Implementation Initiative.........   112
    Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard................   112
    Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund................   115
    United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces..........   115
    Environmental Restoration, Army..............................   115
    Environmental Restoration, Navy..............................   115
    Environmental Restoration, Air Force.........................   115
    Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide......................   115
    Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites.......   116
    Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid...............   116
    Cooperative Threat Reduction Account.........................   116
    Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Development Fund.   116
TITLE III. PROCUREMENT...........................................   117
        Government Accountability Office.........................   119
        Joint Strike Fighter Non-Recurring Equipment.............   119
        C-130 Firefighting Capability............................   119
        Special Operations Forces--Processing, Exploitation, and 
          Dissemination Capabilities Modernization...............   120
        Special Interest Items...................................   121
        Reprogramming Guidance for Acquisition Accounts..........   121
        Reprogramming Reporting Requirements.....................   121
        Funding Increases........................................   121
        Classified Annex.........................................   121
    Aircraft Procurement, Army...................................   121
        CH-47 Chinook Helicopter.................................   126
        Extended Range/Multi-Purpose Unmanned Aircraft System....   126
    Missile Procurement, Army....................................   126
    Procurement of Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army.....   129
        Stryker..................................................   133
    Procurement of Ammunition, Army..............................   133
    Other Procurement, Army......................................   137
        Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles.......................   146
        Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles........................   146
        Mine Protection Vehicle Family...........................   146
        Joint Tactical Radio System..............................   146
        Night Vision Devices (Enhanced Night Vision Goggles).....   146
    Aircraft Procurement, Navy...................................   147
        Strike Fighter Shortfall.................................   153
        F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter...................   153
    Weapons Procurement, Navy....................................   154
        Standard Missile.........................................   158
    Procurement of Ammunition, Navy and Marine Corps.............   158
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy............................   162
        Shipbuilding.............................................   165
        Littoral Combat Ship.....................................   165
        Joint High Speed Vessel..................................   165
        Surface Combatants.......................................   165
        Leasing of Foreign Built Ships...........................   166
    Other Procurement, Navy......................................   166
    Procurement, Marine Corps....................................   177
        155MM Lightweight Towed Howitzer.........................   183
        Communication Switching and Control Systems..............   183
        Motor Transport Modifications............................   183
        Amphibious Support Equipment.............................   183
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force..............................   183
        C-130 Avionics Modernization Program.....................   190
        Undefinitized Contract Actions...........................   190
        C-17 Aircraft............................................   191
        Combat Search and Rescue Helicopters.....................   191
    Missile Procurement, Air Force...............................   192
        Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle........................   196
        Multi-Satellite Procurement Strategies...................   196
    Procurement of Ammunition, Air Force.........................   196
    Other Procurement, Air Force.................................   200
    Procurement, Defense-Wide....................................   205
    Defense Production Act Purchases.............................   211
TITLE IV. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION.............   213
        Small Business Technology Insertion......................   215
        Joint Strike Fighter Alternate Engine....................   215
        Executive Agency for Energetics..........................   216
        Special Interest Items...................................   216
        Reprogramming Guidance for Acquisition Accounts..........   216
        Reprogramming Reporting Requirements.....................   217
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Army.............   217
        Future Combat Systems....................................   242
        Non-Line of Sight Cannon.................................   242
        Future Combat Systems Manned Ground Vehicles.............   243
        Manned Ground Vehicle....................................   243
        Aerostat Joint Program Office............................   243
        Tactical Unmanned Aerial Systems.........................   243
        Army Research Laboratory Small Business Special 
          Operations Forces Technology Insertion.................   243
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy.............   244
        Bone Marrow Registry.....................................   261
        VH-71 Presidential Helicopter............................   261
        Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle...........................   261
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force........   262
        Aerial Refueling Tanker Replacement Program..............   276
        Common Vertical Lift Support Program.....................   277
        Bomber Crew Safety Study.................................   277
        Joint Stars Demonstration................................   277
        Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle Sustainment Plans......   277
        30-Year Space System Investment Strategy.................   278
        Operationally Responsive Space Full Cost and Performance 
          Accounting.............................................   279
        National Polar-Orbiting Operational Environmental 
          Satellite System.......................................   279
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide.....   279
        Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority 
          Institutions...........................................   296
        Voice Analysis for Truth Verification and Detection of 
          Deceit.................................................   296
        Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency................   296
        Missile Defense Agency Reporting Requirements and 
          Justification Materials................................   296
        Ballistic Missile Defense Test and Targets...............   297
        Israeli Missile Defense Cooperative Programs.............   297
        Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense..........................   297
        Space Tracking and Surveillance System (STSS)............   298
        Kinetic Energy Interceptor...............................   298
        Sea-Based X-Band Radar...................................   298
        Ground Based Mid-Course Defense..........................   298
    Operational Test and Evaluation, Defense.....................   299
TITLE V. REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS..........................   301
    Defense Working Capital Funds................................   301
    National Defense Sealift Fund................................   301
        Ship Financing Loan Guarantee Program....................   301
    Defense Coalition Support Fund...............................   302
TITLE VI. OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS...................   303
    Defense Health Program.......................................   303
        Defense Health Program Direct (or In-House) Care.........   307
        Private Sector Care Shortfall............................   307
        Carryover................................................   307
        Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health..........   308
        Travel Expenses..........................................   309
        Department of Defense Electronic Health Record and 
          Enterprise Architecture Approach.......................   309
        Guidance for the Development of the Force (2010-2015)....   310
        Spinal Cord Injury Medical Research and Treatment........   310
        Peer-Reviewed Lung Cancer Research.......................   311
        Centers of Excellence at WRAMC/WRNMMC....................   311
        Peer-Reviewed Cancer Research Program....................   311
        Vision Research..........................................   311
        Joint Pathology Center...................................   312
        Peer-Reviewed Neurotoxin Exposure Treatment Parkinson's 
          Research Program.......................................   312
        Medical Care in the National Capital Region..............   312
        Vaccine Research.........................................   313
        Tricare Outpatient Prospective Patient System............   313
        Umbilical Cord Blood Research............................   314
    Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense...........   314
    Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense.......   314
    Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund................   315
    Rapid Acquisition Fund.......................................   316
    Office of the Inspector General..............................   316
TITLE VII. RELATED AGENCIES......................................   317
    National and Military Intelligence Programs..................   317
    Classified Annex.............................................   317
    Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability System 
      Fund.......................................................   317
    Intelligence Community Management Account....................   318
        The Intelligence Community's Business Transformation 
          Office.................................................   318
        Intelligence Community Education and Training Strategic 
          Design.................................................   319
        Human Language Technology................................   319
TITLE VIII. GENERAL PROVISIONS...................................   321
TITLE IX. OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES..............   329
    Committee Recommendation.....................................   329
    Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund................   329
    Classified Annex.............................................   329
    Reporting Requirements.......................................   329
    Military Personnel...........................................   330
    Operation and Maintenance....................................   337
        Progress in Afghanistan..................................   349
        Commander's Emergency Response Program...................   349
        Commander's Emergency Response Program Management 
          Oversight..............................................   350
        Coalition Support Funds..................................   350
        Guantanamo Bay Naval Base................................   351
    Procurement..................................................   351
        Javelin Missile..........................................   360
        Tow 2 Missile............................................   360
        Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System 
          (SINCGARS).............................................   360
        Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV).................   360
        155MM Lightweight Towed Howitzer.........................   360
        Motor Transport Modifications............................   361
        National Guard and Reserve Equipment.....................   361
        Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Virtual Trainer..   361
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation...................   361
    Revolving and Management Funds...............................   364
        Defense Working Capital Funds............................   364
    Other Department of Defense Programs.........................   364
        Defense Health Program...................................   364
        Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities, Defense...   366
        Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Fund............   368
        Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Fund.............   370
        Office of the Inspector General..........................   370
    General Provisions...........................................   370
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORTING REQUIREMENTS..................   370
    Changes in the Application of Existing Law...................   371
    Appropriations Not Authorized By Law.........................   380
    Transfer of Funds............................................   383
    Rescissions..................................................   385
    Transfer of Unexpended Balances..............................   385
    Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives........   385
    Ramseyer Rule................................................   385
    Constitutional Authority.....................................   386
    Comparison with the Budget Resolution........................   387
    Five-Year Outlay Projections.................................   387
    Financial Assistance to State and Local Governments..........   387
    Disclosure of Earmarks and Congressionally Directed Spending 
      Items......................................................   388
    Additional Views.............................................   463





111th Congress                                                   Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 1st Session                                                    111-230

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            DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

                                _______
                                

 July 24, 2009.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

   Mr. Murtha of Pennsylvania, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 3326]

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

                              Bill Totals

    Appropriations for most military functions of the 
Department of Defense are provided for in the accompanying bill 
for the fiscal year 2010. This bill does not provide 
appropriations for military construction, military family 
housing, civil defense, and military nuclear warheads, for 
which requirements are considered in connection with other 
appropriations Acts.
    The President's fiscal year 2010 budget request for 
activities funded in the Department of Defense Appropriations 
Act totals $640,431,852,000 in new budget obligational 
authority.


                    Committee Budget Review Process

    During its review of the fiscal year 2010 budget request 
and execution of appropriations for fiscal year 2009, the 
Subcommittee on Defense and the Select Intelligence Oversight 
Panel held a total of 29 hearings and 8 formal Subcommittee and 
Panel briefings during the period of February 2009 to June 
2009. Testimony received by the Subcommittee totaled 2,492 
pages of transcript. Hearings were held in open session, except 
when the security classification of the material to be 
discussed presented no alternative but to conduct those 
hearings in executive or closed session.

                  Select Intelligence Oversight Panel

    House Resolution 35 established the Select Intelligence 
Oversight Panel (Panel). The rule indicates that the Panel 
shall review and study on a continuing basis, budget requests 
for and execution of intelligence activities. In addition, the 
Panel heard numerous briefings and updates from various 
agencies and elements of the intelligence community and 
Department of Defense.
    The Panel prepared and transmitted a report to the Defense 
Subcommittee on Appropriations for fiscal year 2010 budgetary 
and oversight observations and recommendations for use in 
preparation of the classified annex accompanying the Defense 
Appropriations bill. The recommendations contained therein were 
used by the Defense Subcommittee in developing the classified 
annex accompanying this bill.

                              Introduction

    Recognizing the commitment of United States personnel and 
their families, the Committee is dedicated to providing and 
maintaining the highest standards of readiness and quality of 
life for service personnel and their families, and providing 
the right quantities of equipment supported by a robust program 
of research into future technologies to ensure that United 
States military forces remain second to none. Accordingly, the 
Committee recommends total funding in this bill of 
$636,292,979,000 including $508,045,994,000 in base funding, 
and $128,246,985,000 for Overseas Deployments and Other 
Activities for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2010.
    The nation remains justifiably concerned about overseas 
deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. In this regard, and for 
all the missions that the United States military perform, the 
Committee and the country are deeply grateful for the service, 
dedication, and sacrifices made by the nation's military 
service members.
    As in past years, a critical element of the Committee's 
emphasis is found in military pay, military family issues and 
military medical care. In the military personnel accounts, the 
Committee provides $364,000,000 above the request for a pay 
raise of 3.4 percent. For military families, the bill includes 
$472,400,000 for Family Advocacy programs and fully funds 
Family Support and the Yellow Ribbon program. In addition, the 
bill adds $20,000,000 above the request for National Guard 
Family Assistance and Reintegration Centers. Although the 
Committee harbors some concerns about cost growth in the 
Defense Health Program, the Committee firmly believes that full 
funding of this program is critical to the support of service 
members and their families. Accordingly, the Committee 
recommends total funding of $29,891,109,000 for the Defense 
Health Program, an increase of $1,987,946,000 above the 
request.

                         Committee Initiatives

    A major imperative of the Committee's funding 
recommendations is to improve the efficiency with which 
Department of Defense resources are expended. The Committee 
believes that one of the best ways to support United States 
forces is to improve the stability of acquisition programs and 
increase quantities to field new equipment more rapidly. In 
many cases, the procurement rates for new equipment are well 
below what could reasonably be described as economic order 
quantities. The practice of stretching out procurement 
schedules not only delays fielding modernized weapons but is 
costly as well. For example, in the case of the aerial 
refueling tanker, annual maintenance costs are expected to 
climb by $900,000,000, and Depot maintenance costs are expected 
to increase by $780,000,000. In contrast, the lower cost per 
flying hour for a new fleet of tankers will save taxpayers 
$3,500,000 per aircraft per year. The Committee also notes that 
the aerial refueling tankers are a crucial piece of our 
nation's ability to deploy and operate anywhere in the world.
    In addition, the Committee is aware that the Department of 
Defense has consistently failed to provide funding to maintain 
sufficient production within the Navy's shipbuilding program. 
As a result, the total fleet of United States vessels has 
shrunk well below the desired fleet size of 313. In this bill, 
the Committee's recommendations provide funding for 
construction of 10 ships for the first time since 1992 in order 
to maintain a 300 ship fleet.
    The Committee also seeks to reverse a recent and increasing 
trend to curtail the development of systems before such efforts 
realize any benefit to the taxpayer. The Committee strongly 
supports realistic budgeting that matches available funding to 
overall programs. Indeed, many of the program terminations 
proposed in the fiscal year 2010 budget request are supported 
in this bill. Nevertheless, the Committee is concerned that the 
proposal to terminate some programs is premature, and believes 
that continuing certain efforts may yield significant payback. 
The Committee believes that this is clearly the case for the 
presidential helicopter, wherein five aircraft have been 
purchased that could be pressed into service. Similarly, in the 
Committee's view, there is potential for significant payback 
associated with the Joint Strike Fighter alternative engine and 
certain missile defense activities provided in this 
recommendation.

                         Overseas Contingencies

    The Committee notes that among the most significant 
challenges facing the Department of Defense are those in Iraq 
and Afghanistan and the transition now underway between those 
operations. In Iraq, the United States is beginning the process 
of redeployment. As of June 30, 2009, United States troops have 
withdrawn from major towns and cities. Between now and August 
31, 2010, the U.S. military presence in Iraq will be reduced to 
a ``transitional force'' of roughly six Brigade Combat Teams, a 
force estimated to include between 35,000 and 50,000 troops. 
This level is a significant reduction compared to the 18 
Brigade Combat Teams in Iraq as of February 2009.
    On 28 March 2009, the President announced a new United 
States strategy for Afghanistan aimed at ``disrupting, 
destroying, dismantling and defeating'' al Qaeda. A major part 
of this effort includes an increase of United States force 
levels in Afghanistan. Overall, United States force levels are 
expected to grow to approximately 67,000 by September 2009. In 
addition, a major piece of the United States approach is to 
help train the Afghanistan National Security Force, including 
the Afghan National Army, Afghan National Police, the Afghan 
National Civil Order Police, and the Afghan Border Police. The 
new strategy calls for accelerating the growth of the Afghan 
National Army from the current force of 86,000 to 134,000 by 
December 2011, and for training and reforming over 29,000 
members of the Afghan National Police in 2009. To support this 
effort, the Overseas Deployment section of the bill provides 
$7,462,769,000 for the Afghan Security Forces Fund.
    In general, the Committee has provided full support for 
overseas deployment activities by including $128,246,985,000 
for Overseas Deployments and Other Activities (title IX of this 
bill). Within this figure, the Committee has provided for the 
military personnel, operation and maintenance, and acquisition 
costs required to conduct these operations.
    The Committee is also aware that the Department of Defense 
embarked on an initiative to grow the force in both the Army 
and Marine Corps, and the Committee has supported increased 
personnel funding. In part to support this growth, funding in 
the military personnel title of the bill has increased by 
nearly $20 billion over the past two years.
    The Committee is also aware of significant changes within 
the Services' training and readiness programs. Indeed, the 
Secretary of Defense earlier this year indicated that the 
Department of Defense would undergo a significant change in its 
training programs because of the need to emphasize 
counterinsurgency training. Although these changes are early in 
their implementation, the Committee has supported a rebalanced 
training program as described elsewhere in this report.

                            Oversight Issues

    The Secretary of Defense has stated that the Department of 
Defense must set priorities and consider tradeoffs and 
opportunity costs to attain a higher level of military 
readiness. However, the budget request avoided some of these 
tough choices. The Committee recommends that the 2011 budget be 
supported with a program plan and that the Quadrennial Defense 
Review seek to clearly establish priorities. The Committee 
expects the Department of Defense to only budget for its 
highest priority needs. Finally, the Committee recommends that 
the Secretary of Defense institute a process for assessing and 
prioritizing requirements and allocating resources which is 
supportive of thorough, deliberative program and budget 
reviews.
    The Committee is disappointed that the Department of the 
Army is the only Service which complied with the law requiring 
the Department of Defense to provide an annual inventory of 
contracted services. A general provision is included in the 
bill which reduces Operation and Maintenance funding by 
$550,000,000 and the Committee expects all of the components of 
the Department of Defense to comply with this direction.
    The Department of Defense is to be commended for the 
positive and decisive steps taken to in-source inherently 
governmental functions. The steps are consistent with the 
Committee's direction to the Department over the past three 
years which will strengthen oversight, end unnecessary no-bid 
and cost-plus contracts, maximize the use of competitive 
procurement processes, and clarify rules prescribing when 
outsourcing is and is not appropriate.
    Common Access Cards allow personnel access to Department of 
Defense installations, resources, and sensitive information. 
The Committee is deeply concerned to learn of the potential 
dangers to force protection of troops and their families who 
live on Department of Defense bases due to a lack of control of 
these Common Access Cards and the Committee directs reporting 
requirements elsewhere in this report.
    In the Military Personnel section of this report the 
Committee directs the Government Accountability Office and the 
Department of the Army to review allegations of possible 
Antideficiency Act violations and to report to the Committee 
any actions that were taken to resolve associated financial 
management issues.
    In the area of intelligence, the Committee reduces the size 
of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and 
shifts a portion of that funding to the Central Intelligence 
Agency. This transfer of funding is made to ensure that the 
Director of National Intelligence focuses on coordination and 
fiscal management while the intelligence agencies, like the 
Central Intelligence Agency and others, focus on operational 
activities. The Committee also supports the Cybersecurity 
efforts requested by the Administration, but reduces some of 
the increased growth to a manageable level.
    In the Overseas Deployments and Other Activities portions 
of the bill, the Committee transfers $14,636,901,000 of 
requested Operation and Maintenance funding into an Overseas 
Contingency Operations Transfer Fund (OCOTF), which recognizes 
the highly variable nature of both the costs to rebalance 
United States forces between Iraq and Afghanistan. The OCOTF 
will significantly enhance the Department of Defense's 
flexibility to transfer funds to the needed appropriation 
account once costs are known. The bill includes language which 
adds protections so that these funds can only be used after the 
congressional defense committees have the opportunity to review 
and approve any uses of these funds.
    The Committee understands the value of the Commander's 
Emergency Response Program (CERP), but has been concerned for 
several years about the growth and management of this program. 
The Committee has provided $1,300,000,000 for CERP, which is 
the full amount authorized by the House-passed fiscal year 2010 
National Defense Authorization bill and is $200,000,000 below 
the administration's request. Of the funds provided for CERP, 
the Committee bill withholds $500,000,000 pending completion of 
a thorough review of CERP and submission of a report to the 
congressional defense committees. The required report is 
described in detail in title IX of this report.
    The bill includes many reductions to operations and 
maintenance, procurement, and research and development 
programs. The Committee made reductions to some programs 
because they were funded in the recently passed Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009. Some programs were reduced because 
assumptions, such as fuel prices, have changed since the budget 
request was finalized. The Committee also reduced funding to 
some programs because their schedules have been delayed or new 
programmatic decisions have been made by the Department of 
Defense.
    The Constitution states that ``No money shall be drawn from 
the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by 
law,'' and this bill carries out that most important 
Congressional duty. The Committee conducted months of oversight 
hearings, briefings and detailed inquires. These led directly 
to the recommendations contained in this bill and report. In 
some cases, the Committee has reduced funding, set limitations 
on the use of funding, required reports from the Executive 
Branch, and in some instances, the Committee has increased 
funding for programs which will improve America's national 
security.

               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 $50,000,000,000. In 
addition, approximately $15,000,000,000 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.

                          Administrative Fees

    The Committee is concerned with the varying percentages, 
retained by the Department for administrative fees from 
contracts for the procurement of goods or services. While the 
Committee understands the need to retain these funds, it 
expects the process to be implemented in a standardized and 
universal fashion. Therefore, the Committee directs that for 
contracts in the amount greater than the simplified acquisition 
threshold, the Secretary of Defense may not retain more than 
five percent of the funds appropriated for administrative fees, 
except if the service acquisition executive concerned approves 
the retention of more than five percent. Such exemptions shall 
be reported to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate no later than 30 days after such 
withhold.

          Department of the Army Antideficiency Act Violations

    The Committee remains concerned about a potential 
Antideficiency Act (ADA) violation in the fiscal year 2008 
Military Personnel, Army (MPA) account. In particular, the 
Committee believes that reprogramming request fiscal year 09-05 
for the MPA account which was submitted after the account had 
closed may represent a violation of the ADA. Accordingly, the 
Committee directs the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to 
determine whether the Army violated the ADA in its fiscal year 
2008 MPA account. The GAO should determine whether: (1) the 
Army had sufficient funds in the account at all times to cover 
special pay and bonuses for which it had committed to pay; and 
(2) whether the Army's process for estimating the cost of 
Permanent Change of Station (PCS) moves and the process for 
recording obligations for PCS moves in fiscal year 2008 
satisfied the documentation requirements in the GAO's Policy 
and Procedures Manual for Guidance of Federal Agencies, and 
provided a reasonable basis for estimating PCS payments.
    The Committee is also concerned that the Army does not 
follow Department of Defense regulations for conducting ADA 
investigations, particularly for initiating a Preliminary 
Review to serve as an initial screen to determine whether a 
formal investigation is warranted. The Committee is aware of 
several instances in which the Army conducted informal reviews, 
with the tacit concurrence of the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense General Counsel's office, to determine whether a 
Preliminary Review was warranted. It appears to the Committee 
that the Army has substituted an informal process, one that 
generates no written documentation, for the formal process 
required by Department of Defense regulations of a Preliminary 
Review. Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of the 
Army to submit a report of the Army's compliance with the 
Department's ADA regulations, mainly with regard to 
substituting informal reviews for more rigorous requirements of 
a Preliminary Review. The Secretary's report should review all 
allegations of possible ADA violations over the last five 
years, and the actions, if any, taken to resolve the 
allegation. The report shall be provided to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the Senate 
within 120 days of enactment of this Act.

                     Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII)

    The Committee recommendation includes a total of 
$2,174,300,000 for the Wounded, Ill and Injured (WII) program. 
The funding is provided in the following accounts:

Military Personnel Accounts:
Military Personnel, Army:
    Army special pay, separation pay, bonuses, and WTU 
      salaries..........................................    $217,100,000
Military Personnel, Navy:
    Navy special pay, separation pay, and bonuses.......       1,100,000
Military Personnel, Marine Corps:
    Marine Corps special pay and separation pay.........       3,300,000
Military Personnel, Air Force:
    Air Force special pay and separation pay............      12,400,000
        Total, Military Personnel.......................     233,900,000
Operation and Maintenance:
Operation and Maintenance, Army:
    Army Medical Action Plan Operational Cost...........      66,100,000
    Warrior in Transition Unit SRM Costs................      90,200,000
Operation and Maintenance, Navy:
    Navy Safe Harbor requirements.......................       3,500,000
Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps:
    Marine Corps Wounded Warrior requirements...........      14,200,000
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force:
    Air Force Wounded Warrior requirements..............       9,400,000
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide (OSD):
    Transition, Policy and Care Coordination Directorate      37,000,000
Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide (DHRA):
    Integrated Program Office...........................       4,600,000
    Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Office.......      22,000,000
Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserves:
    Air Force Reserve requirements......................         300,000
Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard:
    Army National Guard requirements....................       5,000,000
Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard:
    Air National Guard requirements.....................       1,300,000
    Wounded, Ill and Injured Senior Oversight Committee 
      Requirements:.....................................         900,000
        Total, Operation and Maintenance................     254,600,000
Procurement, Defense-Wide:
    Wounded, Ill and Injured Senior Oversight Committee 
      Requirements......................................       1,100,000
        Total, Procurement, Defense-Wise................       1,100,000
Research, Development, Test and evaluation, Defense-
    Wide:
    Wounded, Ill and Injured Senior Oversight Committee 
      Requirements......................................       1,600,000
        Total, Research, Development, Test and 
          Evaluation....................................       1,600,000
Defense Health Program:
    Operation and Maintenance:
    Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health 
      (TBI/PH)..........................................     650,100,000
    Enhanced Care and Support for WII...................     639,900,000
    Procurement:
    Enhanced Care and Support for WII...................      14,900,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation:
    TBI/PH..............................................     372,200,000
    RDT&E--Defense; Center of Excellence (non TBI/PH)....       6,100,000
        Total, Defense Health Program...................   1,683,200,000

                           Funding Increases

    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in the tables for each appropriation account shall be provided 
only for the specific purposes indicated in the tables.

              Committee Recommendations By Major Category


                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    In title I of the bill, the Committee recommends a total of 
$122,378,016,000 for active, Reserve and National Guard 
military personnel, a decrease of $2,886,926,000 below the 
budget request, and an increase of $7,934,126,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The Committee has provided 
$364,000,000 above the request to increase basic pay for all 
military personnel by 3.4 percent, effective January 1, 2010. 
This represents an increase of 0.5 percent over the President's 
request. The Committee also recommends full funding to support 
the requested end strength levels for active duty and Selected 
Reserve personnel. As part of its continuing effort to end the 
practice of ``stop loss'', the Committee recommends an 
additional $8,300,000 in a legislative provision to compensate 
the last group of military personnel who will be subject to 
this practice, which the Department has pledged to end in 
fiscal year 2010.

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    In title II of the bill, the Committee recommends a total 
of $154,176,741,000 for operation and maintenance support to 
the military services and other Department of Defense entities, 
a decrease of $2,267,463,000 from the fiscal year 2010 budget 
request, and an increase of $1,227,036,000 above the amount 
appropriated for fiscal year 2009. The Committee's 
recommendation includes increases in funding for operational 
training and peacetime operations in fiscal year 2010 over the 
level enacted in fiscal year 2009. The recommended levels will 
robustly fund operational training programs in fiscal year 
2010. Requests for unit and depot level maintenance; facility 
sustainment, restoration and maintenance; and base operations 
support program funding have been fully supported. The 
Committee has also provided additional funds for full spectrum 
readiness training, more irregular warfare training, and family 
advocacy programs. The Committee also adjusts funding for 
contracted services and insourcing in fiscal year 2010.

                              PROCUREMENT

    In title III of the bill, the Committee recommends a total 
of $104,837,809,000 for procurement.
    Major initiatives and modifications include:
    $326,040,000 for the procurement of 54 Light Utility 
Helicopters, the same as the President's request, and an 
increase of 10 helicopters above fiscal year 2009.
    $1,258,374,000 for the procurement of 79 UH-60 Blackhawk 
Helicopters, the same as the President's request.
    $847,087,000 for the procurement of 26 CH-47 Chinook 
Helicopters. The recommendation reduces the number of funded 
aircraft by one helicopter and $35,000,000 based upon an 
additional aircraft provided in the Supplemental Appropriations 
Act, 2009.
    $293,617,000 for the procurement of 2,628 Guided Multiple 
Launch Rocket System Rockets, the same as the President's 
request.
    $613,596,000 for the procurement of additional Stryker 
vehicles, safety and survivability efforts in the Stryker 
fleet, and for production base sustainment. The recommendation 
is $225,000,000 above the President's request.
    $965,522,000 for the procurement of Family of Medium 
Tactical Vehicles, a reduction of $193,000,000 below the 
President's request for schedule delays.
    $786,566,000 for the procurement of Family of Heavy 
Tactical Vehicles, a reduction of $26,352,000 due to funds 
requested ahead of need.
    $1,611,837,000, the President's request, for the 
procurement of 22 EA-18G Growler electronic attack aircraft.
    $1,663,968,000, for the procurement of 18 F/A-18E/F Super 
Hornet Tactical aircraft and economic order quantity equipment 
for a future multi-year procurement, $603,000,000 above the 
President's request.
    $609,801,000 for the procurement of UH-1Y/AH-1Z 
Helicopters. The request of $709,801,000 has been reduced by 
$100,000,000 based upon additional aircraft provided in the 
Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009.
    $5,643,878,000 for the procurement of 28 F-35 Lightning 
Aircraft, 14 Short Take-off and Vertical Landing variants for 
the Marine Corps, 4 Carrier variants for the Navy, and 10 
Conventional variants for the Air Force, $532,000,000 below the 
President's request.
    $15,811,434,000 for the procurement of 10 Navy ships 
including one DDG-51 Guided Missile Destroyer, one SSN-774 
Attack Submarine, four Littoral Combat Ships, two Intra-theater 
Connector Ships and 2 T-AKE Auxiliary Dry Cargo/Ammunition 
Ships. Additionally, this funding provides for the final 
increments of funding for the CVN-78 Aircraft Carrier, the 
third DDG-1000 Guided Missile Destroyer, and the tenth LPD-17 
Amphibious Transport Dock.
    $368,800,000 for the advance procurement of 12 F-22A Raptor 
aircraft.
    $903,223,000 for the procurement of five C/HC/MC-130J 
aircraft and advance procurement for 20 C/HC/MC-130J aircraft.
    $319,050,000 for the procurement of eight C-27J Joint Cargo 
Aircraft.
    $2,643,101,000 for the procurement of 30 MV-22 and five CV-
22 Osprey aircraft.
    $275,118,000 for the procurement of two Global Hawk 
unmanned aerial vehicles, $282,000,000 below the President's 
request.
    $489,469,000 for the procurement of 24 MQ-9 Reaper unmanned 
aerial vehicles.
    $241,200,000 for the procurement of five HH-60M helicopters 
and modifications to the existing HH-60G fleet which was not 
included in the President's request.
    $1,351,015,000 for the procurement of three Evolved 
Expendable Launch Vehicles, $55,690,000 above the President's 
request.
    $626,671,000 for Wideband Global System, $425,000,000 above 
the President's request.
    $1,843,475,000, the President's request, for the 
procurement of a fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency 
communications satellite system.
    $589,023,000, the President's request, for the procurement 
of Theater High Altitude Area Defense system and Standard 
Missile-3.

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    In title IV of the bill, the Committee recommends a total 
of $80,237,955,000 for research, development, test and 
evaluation.
    Major initiatives and modifications include:
    $248,463,000, the President's request, for the continued 
development of electronic warfare devices.
    $2,342,042,000 for the continued development of the 
restructured Future Combat Systems Program. The recommendation 
is $211,000,000 below the President's request, due to excessive 
termination liability, and $1,008,509,000 less than the fiscal 
year 2009 appropriated amount.
    $569,182,000 for the continued development of the Patriot/
MEADS Combined Aggregate Program. The recommendation is the 
same as the President's request.
    $288,076,000 for the Aerostat Joint Program Office, a 
reduction of $72,000,000 below the President's request due to a 
schedule delay of approximately 12 months in the Joint Land 
Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor system 
development and demonstration.
    $387,517,000, the President's request, to initiate the 
development of the replacement for the Ohio class ballistic 
missile submarine.
    $362,557,000, for the continued development of the E-2D 
Advanced Hawkeye aircraft.
    $876,374,000, the President's request, for the continued 
development of the Joint Tactical Radio System.
    $539,053,000, the President's request, for the continued 
development of the DDG-1000 Guided Missile Destroyer.
    $485,240,000 to operationalize and incorporate the five VH-
71 Presidential Helicopters into the current fleet, 
$400,000,000 above the President's request.
    $4,029,351,000 for the continued development of the F-35 
Lightning Joint Strike Fighter aircraft, $430,000,000 above the 
President's request.
    $1,182,417,000 for the continued development of the Multi-
mission Maritime Aircraft, $20,000,000 above the President's 
request.
    $39,169,000 for the Third Generation Infrared Satellite, 
$104,000,000 below the President's request.
    $389,400,000 for the Global Positioning System III, 
operational control segment (OCX), $97,400,000 below the 
President's request.
    $464,335,000, the President's request, for continued 
development of the Advanced Extremely High Frequency 
communications satellite system.
    $45,000,000 for the Space Fence, $45,200,000 below the 
President's request.
    $122,000,000 for the Space Based Space Surveillance System, 
$55,100,000 below the President's request.
    No funding for the National Security Space Office, 
$10,600,000 below the President's request.
    No funding for the High Integrity Global Positioning 
System, $59,100,000 below the President's request.
    $526,442,000, the President's request, for continued 
development of the Space Based Infrared System High satellite 
system.
    $3,048,054,000 for the Defense Advanced Research Projects 
Agency (DARPA), a reduction of $200,000,000 below the 
President's request due to a chronic underexecution within this 
account.
    $202,434,000 for Israeli Cooperative Program. The 
recommendation is $82,800,000 above the President's request.
    $50,504,000, the President's request for BMD European 
Capability.
    $638,856,000, the President's request for BMD Sensors 
Capability.

                         defense health program

    The Committee recommends a total of $29,891,109,000 for the 
Defense Health Program to support world-wide medical and dental 
services for active forces and other eligible beneficiaries, 
$1,987,946,000 above the fiscal year 2010 budget request and 
$4,065,277,000 above the amount appropriated for fiscal year 
2009.
    Funding is included to support Military Health System costs 
associated with the Army and Marine Corps permanent end 
strength increases for Ground Forces Augmentation requirements. 
The bill also includes funding for enduring Traumatic Brain 
Injury and Psychological Health and Wounded, Ill and Injured 
requirements.
    To address the challenges of the Defense Health Program, 
the Committee recommends the following:

Private Sector Care.....................................    $521,000,000
Traumatic Brain Injury and Psychological Health Research     500,000,000
Peer-Reviewed Spinal Cord Research......................      15,000,000
Centers of Excellence at Walter Reed/Bethesda...........      40,000,000
Initial Outfitting and Equipment Items..................      53,000,000
Peer-Reviewed Orthopedic Research.......................      30,000,000
Federal Pricing Rebates.................................     760,716,000

                OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENT AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

    In title IX of the bill, the Committee recommends a total 
of $128,246,285,000 for overseas deployment and other 
activities.
    Major initiatives and modifications include:
    Military Personnel. The Committee recommends a total of 
$16,224,549,000 for military personnel in title IX of the bill. 
To more accurately reflect the significant Military Personnel 
costs of U.S. Overseas Contingency Operations, the Committee 
recommendation has transferred some funding from title I of 
this Act into title IX. The Committee recommends a transfer of 
$56,383,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, Army; 
$28,116,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, Navy; 
$34,748,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, Marine 
Corps; and $78,961,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, 
Air Force. In addition, the Committee recommends an 
undistributed transfer of $1,390,000 for Military Personnel, 
Army; $419,000,000 for Military Personnel, Navy; $292,000,000 
for Military Personnel, Marine Corp; and $331,000,000 for 
Military Personnel, Air Force.
    Operation and Maintenance. The Committee recommends a total 
of $88,006,525,000 for operation and maintenance funding for 
overseas deployments which is a reduction of $1,065,041,000 
from the request. The recommendation includes shifting funds 
such that the Department can accommodate expected changes to 
requirements given the anticipated withdrawal of combat troops 
from Iraq in 2010.
    Procurement. The Committee recommends a total of 
$20,384,128,000 for procurement in title IX of the bill.
    $250,000,000 for the procurement of MQ-1 Unmanned Aerial 
Vehicles, the same as the President's request.
    $695,000,000 for the procurement of Common Remotely 
Operated Weapons Stations, an increase of $100,000,000 above 
the President's request.
    $1,251,038,000 for the procurement of High Mobility Multi-
Purpose Wheeled Vehicles, the same as the President's request.
    $461,657,000 for the procurement of Family of Medium 
Tactical Vehicles, the same as the President's request.
    $520,750,000 for the procurement of Family of Heavy 
Tactical Vehicles, a reduction of $102,480,000 below the 
President's request due to schedule delays.
    $72,000,000 for the procurement of one C-130J aircraft.
    $3,060,000,000 for the Mine Resistant Protected Vehicle 
Fund. The recommendation of $5,456,000,000 has been reduced by 
$1,850,000,000 based upon additional funding provided in the 
Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009.
    Defense Health Program. The Committee recommends 
$1,155,235,000 for the Defense Health Program in operation and 
maintenance funding that will provide medical and dental 
services to active forces (above the baseline) and mobilized 
Reserve Components, and their family members. Supplemental 
funding also provides care for combat injuries and other 
additional support requirements including communications, 
telemedicine, public health support, and additional blood units 
and products for casualties and post deployment health 
assessments.

                          CLASSIFIED PROGRAMS

    As described elsewhere in this report, the Committee's 
budget reviews are published in a separate, detailed and 
comprehensive classified annex. Adjustments to the classified 
programs are addressed in the classified annex accompanying 
this report.

                         Forces To Be Supported


                         DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request is designed to support 
the Army's continuing transformation of its Operating Forces to 
a modular design. Completing modular transformation is 
indicative of a unit's completion of initial reorganization and 
re-equipping to a modular design and is not an indicator of 
readiness (fully manned, trained, or equipped) or availability 
for deployment. Units are currently manned and equipped in 
accordance with the Army Force Generation Model which 
prioritizes personnel fill and equipment fielding in a resource 
constrained environment to ensure deploying units have all 
equipment required to accomplish their assigned missions.
    By the end of fiscal year 2010, the Active Component 
Modular Force will include five Army Service Component Command 
headquarters and one Army Component headquarters assigned to 
U.S. Africa Command, two Corps headquarters, nine Division 
headquarters, 42 Brigade Combat Teams and 36 Multi-Functional 
Support Brigades. Additionally, the Active Component will have 
begun modular transformation of one more Brigade Combat Team. 
Active Component structure yet to be transformed to a modular 
design includes one Corps headquarters, one Division 
headquarters, three Brigade Combat Teams and four multi-
functional Support Brigades. By the end of fiscal year 2010, 
the Army Modular Force structure in the Army National Guard and 
the U.S. Army Reserve will include eight Army National Guard 
division headquarters, 7 Brigade Combat Teams, and 56 multi-
functional Support Brigades (44 Army National Guard and 12 Army 
Reserve). Additionally, the Army National Guard will have 
continued the conversion of 21 Brigade Combat Teams, completing 
transformation of the second set of seven Brigade Combat Teams 
in fiscal year 2010. Reserve Component forces yet to be 
transformed include only the final four Army National Guard 
multi-functional support brigades. These forces are the key 
elements of the minimum capabilities needed to execute the 
National Military Strategy and to meet enduring defense needs 
of the Global Force Demand. By fiscal year 2013, the Army 
Modular forces will include five Army Service Component Command 
headquarters, one Army Component headquarters assigned to U.S. 
Africa Command in the Active Component, three Corps 
headquarters, eighteen Division headquarters (ten Active 
Component and eight Army National Guard), 73 Brigade Combat 
Teams (45 Active Component and 28 Army National Guard) and 100 
multi-functional Support Brigades (40 Active Component, 48 Army 
National Guard, and 12 U.S. Army Reserve).
    A summary of the major forces follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                        Fiscal year
                                                 -----------------------
                                                   FY08    FY09    FY10
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Component Forces:
    Headquarters (Legacy Structure):
        Army HQs................................       1       0       0
        Corps HQs...............................       4       2       1
    Headquarters Total..........................       5       2       1
                                                 -----------------------
    Divisions (Legacy Structure):
        Armored.................................       1       1       1
    Divisions Total.............................       1       1       1
                                                 -----------------------
    Non Divisional Combat Units:
        Separate Brigades.......................       2       2       2
    Non Divisional Combat Units Total...........       2       2       2
                                                 -----------------------
    Transformed Modular Forces:
        Modular Theater Army HQs................       5       6       6
        Modular Corps HQs.......................       0       1       2
        Modular Division HQs....................       9       9       9
        Heavy Brigade Combat Team...............      15      15      16
        Infantry Brigade Combat Team............      18      18      20
        Stryker Brigade Combat Team.............       5       6       6
        Theater Aviation Brigade HQ.............       1       1       1
        Combat Aviation Brigade.................      11      11      11
        Sustainment Brigade HQ..................      13      13      13
        Fires Brigade...........................       5       5       6
        Maneuver Enhancement Brigade HQ.........       1       2       3
        Battle Field Surveillance Brigade.......       2       3       3
    Transformed Forces Total....................      85      90      96
                                                 -----------------------
Army National Guard Forces:
    Transformed Modular Forces:
        Modular Division HQs....................       8       8       8
        Heavy Brigade Combat Team...............       0       3       6
        Infantry Brigade Combat Team............       0       3       7
        Stryker Brigade Combat Team.............       0       1       1
        Theater Aviation Brigade HQ.............       5       5       5
        Combat Aviation Brigade.................       8       8       8
        Sustainment Brigade HQ..................       9       9       9
        Fires Brigade...........................       7       7       7
        Maneuver Enhancement Brigade HQ.........      11      13      14
        Battle Field Surveillance Brigade.......       3       4       6
    Transformed Forces Total....................      51      61      71
                                                 -----------------------
U.S. Army Reserve Forces:
    Transformed Modular Forces:
        Theater Aviation Brigade HQ.............       1       1       1
        Sustainment Brigade HQ..................       7       8       9
        Maneuver Enhancement Brigade HQ.........       2       2       3
    Transformed Forces Total....................      10      11      13
                                                 -----------------------
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                         DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request supports battle forces 
totaling 287 ships at the end of fiscal year 2010, including 14 
fleet ballistic missile submarines, 11 aircraft carriers, 17 
Support ships, nine Reserve ships, various other battle forces 
ships, 1,589 Navy/Marine Corps tactical/anti-submarine warfare 
aircraft, 654 Undergraduate Training aircraft, 474 Fleet Air 
Training aircraft, 281 Fleet Air Support aircraft, 273 Reserve 
aircraft and 298 in the pipeline.
    A summary of the major forces follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                   Fiscal year
                                        --------------------------------
                                            2008       2009       2010
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Strategic Forces...................         14         14         14
        Fleet Ballistic Missile                 14         14         14
         Submarines....................
    General Purpose....................        282        287        287
        Aircraft Carriers..............         11         11         11
        Surface Combatants.............         98        101        104
        Submarines (attack)............         53         54         53
        Guided Missile (SSGN)                    4          4          4
         Submarines....................
        Amphibious Warfare Ships.......         32         31         31
        Combat Logistics Ships.........         30         31         30
        Mine Warfare...................         14         14         14
    Support Forces.....................         17         17         17
        Support Ships..................         17         17         17
    Mobilization Cat. A (Reserve)......          9          9          9
        Surface Combatants.............          9          9          9
        Mine Warfare...................          0          0          0
Total Ships, Battleforce...............        282        287        287
    Auxiliaries / Sea Lift Forces......         90         88         90
        Costal Defense (Patrol                   8          8         10
         Combatants)...................
        Maritime Preposition...........         15         15         16
        MSC Reduced Operating Status...         23         15         15
        Ready Reserve Force............         44         50         49
Naval Aircraft
    Primary Authorized (plus pipeline).      3,709      3,526      3,569
        Authorized Pipeline............        471        261        298
    Tactical / ASW Aircraft............      1,550      1,573      1,589
        Fleet Air Training.............        477        481        474
        Fleet Air Support..............        272        276        281
        Training (Undergraduate).......        642        662        654
        Reserves.......................        297        273        273
Naval Personnel
    Active
        Navy (*Includes 4,400 strength     332,228    330,483   *328,800
         requested for overseas
         contingency operations.)......
        Marine Corps...................    198,505    202,100    202,100
    Reserves Navy:
        SELRES / Drilling Reserve......     56,456     55,601     54,682
        Fulltime Support...............     11,680     11,099     10,818
    Navy Reserves Total................     68,136     66,700     65,500
                                        --------------------------------
    Reserves Marine Corps:
        SELRES / Drilling Reserve......     35,383     37,339     37,339
        Fulltime Support...............      2,140      2,261      2,261
    Marine Corps Reserves Total........     37,523     39,600     39,600
                                        --------------------------------
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                      DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE

    The fiscal year 2010 Air Force budget request is designed 
to support active, guard, and reserve forces, including 63 
combat coded fighter and attack squadrons and nine combat coded 
strategic bomber squadrons. The Inter-Continental Ballistic 
Missile force maintains 495 launch facilities/control centers 
with 450 Minuteman missiles. The budget also supports our 
critical airlift mission, including 23 active duty airlift 
squadrons. To accomplish the Air Force mission, the fiscal year 
2010 budget supports a total force end strength of 507,900.
    A summary of the major forces follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Fiscal year
                                  --------------------------------------
                                       2008         2009         2010
------------------------------------------------------------------------
USAF Fighter and Attack Squadrons           75           71           63
 (Active, ANG, AFRC).............
    Active.......................           40           38           31
    ANG..........................           32           30           29
    AFRC.........................            3            3            3
Strategic Bomber Squadrons                   8            8            9
 (Active)........................
  Strategic Bomber Squadrons                 1            1            0
   (AFRC)........................
Flight Test Units (DT and OT                12           12          12*
 Units with assigned aircraft)...
    Fighter......................            9            9           9*
    Bomber.......................            3            3            3
ICBM Operational Launch                    495          495          495
 Facilities/Control Centers......
ICBM Missile Inventory...........          450          450          450
USAF Airlift Squadrons (Active)
    Strategic Airlift Squadrons..           15           15           15
    Tactical Airlift Squadrons...            9            8            8
        Total Active Airlift                24           23           23
         Squadrons...............
        Total Air Force Aircraft         5,688        5,566       5,292
         Inventory...............
------------------------------------------------------------------------
*Numbers of Squadrons above reflect combat coded units only (i.e. no
  training or test info except where noted).


------------------------------------------------------------------------
           End strength                FY08         FY09         FY10
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Active Duty......................      327,379      332,748      331,700
Reserve Component................      175,244      174,156      176,200
    Air National Guard...........      107,679      106,756      106,700
    Air Force Reserve............       67,565       67,400       69,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                TITLE I

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request for programs funded in 
title I of the Committee bill, Military Personnel, is 
$125,264,942,000 in new budget authority. These appropriations 
finance basic, incentive and special pays for active duty, 
Reserve and National Guard personnel, and Academy cadets; 
retired pay accrual; housing, subsistence and other allowances; 
recruitment and retention initiatives, permanent change of 
station costs; and other military personnel costs such as 
survivor, unemployment, and education benefits. The table below 
summarizes the budget estimates and Committee's 
recommendations.


                      MILITARY PERSONNEL OVERVIEW

    The Committee recommendation provides $122,378,016,000 for 
Military Personnel accounts and continues to increase funding 
for military pay and allowances, recruitment and retention 
initiatives, and overall quality of life programs for active 
duty, Reserve and National Guard personnel. The budget request 
proposes to increase basic pay for all personnel by 2.9 
percent. The Committee recommendation provides approximately 
$364,321,000 above the request, to increase basic pay for all 
military personnel by 3.4 percent, effective January 1, 2010. 
This recommendation also fully supports the resource 
requirements needed to maintain the requested end strength 
levels for fiscal year 2010. While the Committee is concerned 
about the continued significant growth of Military Personnel 
costs for all the Services, the Committee continues to be 
supportive of any programs intended to enhance the morale and 
quality of life for our military personnel and their families.

                        SUMMARY OF END STRENGTH

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request includes a decrease of 
2,731 in total end strength for the active forces and an 
increase of 844 in end strength for the selected reserve above 
the fiscal year 2009 authorized levels. The following tables 
summarize the Committee recommendations for end strength 
levels, both in the aggregate and for each active and Selected 
Reserve component. Explanations of changes from the budget 
request appear later in this section.

                      OVERALL ACTIVE END STRENGTH




Fiscal year 2009 estimate.............................         1,412,731
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................         1,410,000
Fiscal year 2010 recommendation.......................         1,410,000
  Compared with fiscal year 2009......................            -2,731
  Compared with fiscal year 2010 budget request.......  ................


                 OVERALL SELECTED RESERVE END STRENGTH




Fiscal year 2009 estimate.............................           843,656
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................           844,500
Fiscal year 2010 recommendation.......................           844,500
  Compared with fiscal year 2009......................              +844
  Compared with fiscal year 2010 budget request.......  ................


               SUMMARY OF MILITARY PERSONNEL END STRENGTH

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                                                                             Fiscal Year 2010
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                  Change from
                                                           Budget Request     Recommendation        Request
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Active Forces (End Strength)
    Army...............................................            547,400            547,400  .................
    Navy...............................................            328,800            328,800  .................
    Marine Corps.......................................            202,100            202,100  .................
    Air Force..........................................            331,700            331,700  .................
        Total, Active Forces...........................          1,410,000          1,410,000                  0
Guard and Reserve Forces (End Strength)
    Army Reserve.......................................            205,000            205,000  .................
    Navy Reserve.......................................             65,500             65,500  .................
    Marine Corps Reserve...............................             39,600             39,600  .................
    Air Force Reserve..................................             69,500             69,500  .................
    Army National Guard................................            358,200            358,200  .................
    Air National Guard.................................            106,700            106,700  .................
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
        Total, Selected Reserve........................            844,500            844,500                  0
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Military Personnel..........................          2,254,500          2,254,500                  0
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                      FULL-TIME SUPPORT STRENGTHS

    There are four categories of full-time support in the Guard 
and Reserve components: civilian technicians, Active Guard and 
Reserve (AGR), non-technician civilians, and active component 
personnel.
    Full-time support personnel organize, recruit, train, 
maintain and administer the Reserve components. Civilian 
(Military) technicians directly support units, and help units 
maintain readiness and meet the wartime mission of the 
services.
    The following table summarizes Guard and Reserve full-time 
support end strengths:

             SUMMARY OF GUARD AND RESERVE FULL-TIME SUPPORT

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                                                                             Fiscal Year 2010
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                  Change from
                                                           Budget Request     Recommendation        Request
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Army Reserve:
    AGR................................................             16,261             16,261  .................
    Technicians........................................              8,154              8,154  .................
Navy Reserve:
    AR.................................................             10,818             10,818  .................
Marine Corps Reserve:
    AR.................................................              2,261              2,261  .................
Air Force Reserve:
    AGR................................................              2,896              2,896
    Technicians........................................             10,417             10,417  .................
Army National Guard:
    AGR................................................             32,060             32,060  .................
    Technicians........................................             26,901             26,901  .................
Air National Guard:
    AGR................................................             14,555             14,555  .................
Technicians                                                         22,313             22,313  .................
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
    Totals:............................................
        AGR/AR.........................................             78,851             78,851  .................
        Technicians....................................             67,785             67,785  .................
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
Total Full-Time Support................................            146,636            146,636  .................
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                            CASH INCENTIVES

    The Committee is concerned with the recruiting and 
retention cash incentives used by the Department of Defense. 
The Committee believes the Department has initiated programs 
that rely solely on cash incentives when enlisting new recruits 
and retaining current personnel. While these cash incentives 
have enhanced recruiting and retention efforts and helped the 
Military Services meet their end strength goals, the Committee 
is extremely concerned about the growth in both the number and 
size of these cash incentives. The Committee believes that the 
Military Services have increased both the size and scope of 
these cash incentives without the benefit of any performance 
metrics and without considering the effect of other increases 
in compensation. Accordingly, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of Defense to provide a report to the congressional 
defense committees that describes these cash incentives. 
Specifically, the report should include the number of cash 
incentives used for recruiting and retention, the average 
amount provided for each Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 
and the length of contract when these incentive options are 
accepted by recruits and those reenlisting. This report shall 
be submitted not later than February 1, 2010. If this report is 
not submitted to the congressional defense committees by 
February 1, 2010, the Secretary of Defense shall, not later 
than the 5th day of each month following the due date, provide 
updates as to the status of this report until it is submitted 
to Congress.

             BOOTS-ON-THE-GROUND AND COST OF WAR REPORTING

    The Committee believes there is a continuing need for 
accurate and timely information on actual/estimated costs and 
deployment numbers associated with Operations Iraqi Freedom and 
Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF). Therefore, not later than the 10th 
day of each month following the enactment of this Act, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit to the 
congressional defense committees:
    (1) a ``Boots-on-the-Ground'' report providing, for the 
most recent month for which data is available, the total number 
of troops deployed in support of OIF and OEF, delineated by 
service and component (active, Reserve, or National Guard); and 
a monthly estimate for the three-month period following the 
date such report is submitted, which provides an estimate of 
the total number of troops expected to be deployed in support 
of OIF and OEF, further delineated by service and component 
(active, Reserve, or National Guard). This report may be 
submitted in classified form; and
    (2) a monthly report of funds obligated in support of OIF 
and OEF covering the most recent period for which data are 
available, by month and fiscal year. This report shall be 
delineated and summarized by operation, by military service, 
component (active, Reserve, or National Guard), and by 
appropriations account.

       INTERNAL BUDGETING CONTROLS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

    The Committee is dismayed that the Department of the Army 
continues to struggle with obligations and expenditures of 
incentive pays, bonuses, subsistence-in-kind and permanent 
change of station (PCS) moves. The Committee believes that the 
Army lacks effective management processes and financial 
controls to ensure an accurate level of funding is requested 
and available to meet its commitments. Furthermore, the 
Committee is concerned that there is poor communication between 
those responsible for personnel policy decisions and those 
responsible for ensuring sufficient funding is available to 
cover the ultimate cost of these decisions. The Committee 
believes that the Army's senior management is not conducting 
sound financial management of the Army personnel accounts, 
which has resulted in inaccurate budget estimates. The 
Committee believes that if this situation continues, the Army 
will be unable to accurately forecast costs and will continue 
to face significant shortfalls during the year of execution. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends that the Department of 
the Army use the Department of the Navy's approach to managing 
the military personnel budget. For example, the Navy places 
significant reliance on communication between the Navy Budget 
Office and program managers. The Navy's budget and program 
management officials discuss funding and management issues each 
month and a scheduled mid-year review is reported to the Navy's 
senior leadership which allows for refining estimates and 
phased planning, and a proactive financial control mechanism. 
Furthermore, the Committee understands that the Deputy Chief of 
Naval Operations for Total Force has staff from the Navy Budget 
Office embedded in its organization and a memorandum from the 
Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Financial Management, 
stating no personnel policy changes will be considered without 
concurrence from the Budget Office.

                        ACCURACY OF OBLIGATIONS

    The Committee recommends a reduction of $1,410,901,000 to 
the military personnel budget request, based on the Government 
Accountability Office analysis of prior year unexpended 
military personnel account balances. The Services' accounting 
data continue to show a pattern of underexecution of 
appropriated funds, and therefore, the Committee believes the 
military personnel budget requests for fiscal year 2010 are 
overstated and can be reduced.

                        MILITARY PERSONNEL, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $36,382,736,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    41,312,448,000
Committee recommendation..............................    39,901,547,000
Change from budget request............................    -1,410,901,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$39,901,547,000 for Military Personnel, Army. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                        MILITARY PERSONNEL, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $24,037,553,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    25,504,472,000
Committee recommendation..............................    25,095,581,000
Change from budget request............................      -408,891,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$25,095,581,000 for Military Personnel, Navy. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                    MILITARY PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $11,792,974,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    12,915,790,000
Committee recommendation..............................    12,528,845,000
Change from budget request............................      -386,945,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$12,528,845,000 for Military Personnel, Marine Corps. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                     MILITARY PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $25,103,789,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    26,439,761,000
Committee recommendation..............................    25,938,850,000
Change from budget request............................      -500,911,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$25,938,850,000 for Military Personnel, Air Force. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                        RESERVE PERSONNEL, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $3,904,296,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     4,336,656,000
Committee recommendation..............................     4,308,513,000
Change from budget request............................       -28,143,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $4,308,513,000 
for Reserve Personnel, Army. The total amount recommended in 
the bill will provide the following program in fiscal year 
2010:


                        RESERVE PERSONNEL, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,855,968,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,938,166,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,918,111,000
Change from budget request............................       -20,055,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,918,111,000 
for Reserve Personnel, Navy. The total amount recommended in 
the bill will provide the following program in fiscal year 
2010:


                    RESERVE PERSONNEL, MARINE CORPS





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $584,910,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       617,500,000
Committee recommendation..............................       610,580,000
Change from budget request............................        -6,920,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $610,580,000 
for Reserve Personnel, Marine Corps. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                      RESERVE PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,423,676,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,607,712,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,600,462,000
Change from budget request............................        -7,250,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,600,462,000 
for Reserve Personnel, Air Force. The total amount recommended 
in the bill will provide the following program in fiscal year 
2010:


                     NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $6,616,220,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     7,621,488,000
Committee recommendation..............................     7,525,628,000
Change from budget request............................       -95,860,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $7,525,628,000 
for National Guard Personnel, Army. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                  NATIONAL GUARD PERSONNEL, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $2,741,768,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     2,970,949,000
Committee recommendation..............................     2,949,899,000
Change from budget request............................       -21,050,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,949,899,000 
for National Guard Personnel, Air Force. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                                TITLE II

                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request for programs funded in 
title II of the Committee bill, Operation and Maintenance, is 
$156,444,204,000 in new budget authority. These appropriations 
finance the costs of operating and maintaining the Armed 
Forces, including the Reserve Components and related support 
activities of the Department of Defense. Included is pay for 
civilians, services for maintenance of equipment, fuel, 
supplies, and spare parts for weapons and equipment. Financial 
requirements are influenced by many factors, including force 
levels such as the number of aircraft squadrons, Army and 
Marine Corps divisions, installations, military personnel 
strength and deployments, rates of operational activity, and 
the quantity, complexity and age of equipment such as aircraft, 
ships, missiles and tanks.
    The table below summarizes the budget estimates and the 
Committee's recommendations.


                     INVENTORY OF CONTRACT SERVICES

    The amounts appropriated for Active Forces Operation and 
Maintenance to the Departments of the Navy and the Air Force, 
and the Defense Components in title II of this Act have been 
reduced by $550,000,000 in a general provision from the amount 
requested. This reduction is directly attributed to the 
negligence of the Departments of the Navy and the Air Force, 
and the Defense Components to comply with the requirement of 10 
U.S.C. 2330, Section 807 of the 2008 National Defense 
Authorization Act, codified in 10 U.S.C. 2330a that requires 
the Secretary of Defense to submit to Congress (and make 
available to the public) an annual inventory of activities 
performed pursuant to contracts for services for or on behalf 
of the Department of Defense; and the Secretary of the military 
department or agency head responsible for activities in the 
inventory to conduct certain review and planning on the basis 
of the inventories. The Department of the Army is the only 
defense component which has complied with the law. The 
Committee strongly recommends that the Departments of the Navy 
and the Air Force, and the Defense Components comply with the 
requirement of 10 U.S.C. 2330a as quickly as possible.

                          COMMON ACCESS CARDS

    Common Access Cards (CAC) permit card holding personnel 
access to Department of Defense installations, resources, and 
sensitive information. During a February 2009 Defense 
Subcommittee hearing on outsourcing, the Department of Defense 
(DoD) Inspector General (IG) testified that:
           The Department had outsourced the inherently 
        governmental function of vetting personnel to receive 
        the cards;
           Contractors performing this function issued 
        cards to other contractors; and
           Nearly 212,000 contractors had email 
        addresses that misclassified them as U.S. Government 
        personnel, creating a potential security risk.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense and the 
Secretary of the Army to reconsider the practice of contracting 
out the task of issuing Common Access Cards and take immediate 
steps to improve access control to Department of Defense 
facilities around the world. Additionally, the Committee 
directs that within 90 days of enactment of this Act the 
Secretary of Defense submit a report to the congressional 
defense committees and to the Department of Defense Inspector 
General that outlines the actions taken and planned regarding 
insourcing efforts for the vetting and issuing of the Common 
Access Card and improvement of access control to facilities.

                ADVISORY AND ASSISTANCE SERVICES GROWTH

    The Committee was pleased to note that the Administration 
recently announced a government-wide reform of contracting 
which is consistent with the Committee's recent direction to 
the Department of Defense. The Administration plans to 
strengthen oversight, end unnecessary no-bid and cost-plus 
contracts, maximize the use of competitive procurement 
processes, and clarify rules that dictate when outsourcing is 
or is not appropriate. The Department's budget request largely 
reflects these initiatives. However, the request was not clear 
regarding the adjustments in the budget for contract services 
and civilian personnel pay because it did not display object 
class information by appropriation account. This information 
was absent from the Department's fiscal year 2010 budget. 
Following the submission of a special detailed data set, the 
Committee confirmed that the Department's budget request did 
reflect insourcing. The Committee directs that the budget 
request and the Appendix to the Budget of the U.S. government 
for fiscal year 2011 and thereafter contain the object class 
detail by appropriation account to sufficiently describe the 
budget request.
    The Committee found that the Advisory and Assistance 
Services line of the Operation and Maintenance, Army, 
appropriation grows by $50,900,000 from fiscal year 2009 to 
fiscal year 2010. The Committee finds that this growth is 
inconsistent with the insourcing goals and adjusts the budget 
accordingly.

           ARMY EXPERIENCE CENTER AND VIRTUAL ARMY EXPERIENCE

    The Army's national advertising campaign generates about 
8,000 of the approximately 80,000 contracts required annually 
to maintain end strength. In fiscal year 2009 this came at a 
cost of $282,100,000. Recognizing that the payback for the 
investment made is relatively limited, the Army is seeking 
alternative means to boost recruiting results given limited 
resources. The Army Experience Center (AEC) and the Virtual 
Army Experience (VAE) are both elements of this effort, and 
have been part of the Army's recruiting and advertising 
campaign over the past 10 months.
    In addition to the potential efficiencies of the AEC and 
VAE, a significant part of the Army's rationale for initiating 
these centers is to overcome the difficulty in accessing and 
recruiting in urban population centers that historically 
present challenges to recruiters. The Committee recognizes the 
value of the AEC as both a recruiting station and as community 
center. However, the Committee has concerns about the both 
range and age-appropriateness of certain materials available at 
the AEC and VAE, and about the extent to which the Army 
appropriately handles information collected at these centers 
particularly with respect to individuals who are under 
recruiting age.
    Accordingly, the Committee directs the Army to evaluate and 
report to the congressional defense committees within 180 days 
of enactment of this Act on the expected gains to be realized 
from the AEC and VAE. This should include, but not be limited 
to, the expected contribution to accessions of the AEC and VAE 
and the cost benefit compared to traditional recruiting and 
advertising campaigns. This report shall also provide 
information on safeguards to ensure that both AEC and VAE 
programs and activities comply with applicable law and policies 
in the handling of information from individuals below 
recruiting age.

                      COMBAT AIR FORCE RESTRUCTURE

    The Committee is concerned with the lack of detail and 
analysis provided to the Congress regarding the Air Force's 
Combat Air Force restructure plan that would retire 248 legacy 
F-15, F-16 and A-10 aircraft. Many of these same concerns 
regarding the proposed restructuring plan were expressed by the 
House-passed version of the fiscal year 2010 National Defense 
Authorization Act. The Committee directs that the reports 
stipulated in the House-passed version of the Fiscal Year 2010 
Defense Authorization Act also be transmitted to the Defense 
Appropriations Committees. Particularly given these outstanding 
reports and the expected publication of the Quadrennial Defense 
Review in the coming year, the Committee is concerned that full 
implementation of the restructure may be premature.
    Additionally, the Committee is concerned with the personnel 
costs and potential acquisition costs associated with the Air 
Force proposal to remove the training of F-15 pilots and 
related personnel from Tyndall Air Force Base. The Committee 
directs the Department to provide a cost benefit analysis of 
this proposal regarding Tyndall Air Force Base and Kingsley 
Field in Klamath Falls, Oregon no later than 180 days after 
enactment of this Act. The report shall include an analysis of 
factors impacting F-15 training quantity and quality at each 
location, to include training synergies, airspace access and 
availability. The report shall identify and explain the 
justification for where F-15 Basic Crew Chief Training, Air 
Control Squadron Training and Intelligence Formal Training will 
be established and maintained. The report shall include 
analysis on simulator and ancillary training access, expected 
effect on the quality and experience of the instructor base, 
future military construction requirements and special 
considerations and costs required due to the differing training 
environments and climatology at each base.
    Moreover, the Committee requests that the Department 
identify airfields that share runways for both Air Force and 
commercial operations within the continental United States. The 
Committee requests that the Department include air force policy 
on and analysis of the training and operational mission impacts 
at bases with shared runways.
    Additionally, the Committee directs an independent review 
by a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC) 
on the impact of the restructure on the Nation's combat air 
forces.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to 
provide the described reports no sooner than 180 days after 
enactment of this Act. The Committee further directs that no 
funds may be obligated on executing the Combat Air Force 
restructure until 180 days after submission to the 
congressional defense committees of all directed reports.

                      HISTORICAL BUDGET EXECUTION

    The Government Accountability Office's analysis of 
historical budget execution trends shows consistent 
underobligation of funds in various subactivity groups in the 
operation and maintenance accounts. The accuracy of the 
analysis was confirmed with Department of Defense officials. 
Therefore, the Committee recommendation adjusts the budget 
request to be consistent with historical budget execution 
levels.

                           PEACETIME OPTEMPO

    The Navy budget request includes an additional 23,000 F-18 
flying hours in fiscal year 2010 beyond that planned in fiscal 
year 2009. The Air Force budget request includes an additional 
396,235 active forces flying hours in fiscal year 2010 beyond 
that planned in fiscal year 2009. The Committee finds that 
given the expected continued wartime deployments, significant 
increases to peacetime operations are not realistically 
achievable. The Committee therefore has scaled back the growth 
to the OPTEMPO accounts.

                               READINESS

    The Secretary of Defense has stated publically that the 
United States should not seek to eliminate national security 
risks through larger defense budgets, but rather that the 
Department of Defense must set priorities and consider 
tradeoffs and opportunity costs. However, it is not clear that 
this guidance has been followed in the Services' operation and 
maintenance requests, especially their requests for training 
resources. The Committee, therefore, recommends that the 
operation and maintenance budgets be rebalanced to support the 
highest priority readiness requirements that the Services 
currently face, rather than preparing for Cold War-era types of 
conflicts. Additionally, on December 1, 2008, the Deputy 
Secretary of Defense issued guidance elevating the importance 
of irregular warfare making it as strategically important as 
traditional warfare. The policy requires that the Department 
integrate irregular warfare concepts and capabilities into 
doctrine, organization, training, material, leadership, 
personnel and facilities. But this integration has not 
completely occurred. It appears that the Department has focused 
on scaling back traditional weapons systems such as the F-22 
aircraft and DDG-1000 ship class, but has not addressed the air 
operations and underway training requirements changes 
associated with a focus on irregular warfare. In addition, the 
fiscal year 2010 budget request does not appear to be based on 
planning or programming. Two years ago, the Committee directed 
the Department to take sequential steps to plan adequately and 
then refine this plan into program and then budget-level 
detail. But the Department has yet to define or articulate a 
program for fiscal year 2011 or the future years. The Committee 
is concerned that the Quadrennial Defense Review may not result 
in a plan in time to shape the fiscal year 2011 budget request. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
ensure that doctrine, organization, training, material, 
leadership, personnel and facilities are properly updated in 
accordance with the December 2008 guidance, and further directs 
that the fiscal year 2011 budget request be supported with a 
future years' program plan. Finally, the Committee recommends 
that the Secretary of Defense institute a process for assessing 
and prioritizing requirements and allocating resources which is 
supportive of thorough, deliberative program and budget review.

                             MILITARY TIRES

    Following the direction in the Base Realignment and Closure 
Act of 2005, the Department of Defense implemented the Tire 
Commodity Management Privatization Initiative. This program, 
along with a previous Navy aircraft tire procurement contract, 
moved the supply, storage and distribution for all tires used 
by the Department from the Defense Logistics Agency to a single 
prime contractor. This contractor is in charge of procuring and 
distributing all military ground vehicle and aircraft tires 
throughout the world for the entire Department.
    The Committee is pleased that the Department has 
dramatically reduced the cost and streamlined the process of 
delivering tires to the warfighter. However, the Committee 
believes that the Department must administer these contracts in 
a manner that maintains the U.S. industrial base for military 
tire manufacturing and future innovation as well as preserves 
competitive procurement for current and future tire 
requirements. The Committee also believes that having a single 
prime contractor who is also a tire manufacturer managing the 
program could result in a conflict of interest and place this 
contractor in an advantageous position with respect to 
competing for tire contracts.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to award new 
military ground vehicle and aircraft tire management contracts 
when the base period of the current contracts expire. The new 
contracts, to include Navy aircraft tire contracts, will 
prohibit any tire manufacturer from acting as prime contractor 
for the management of the contract. Additionally, it shall 
require that there be an ongoing and transparent competition 
among qualified tire providers on a level playing field to 
ensure that the government gets the benefit of true price 
competition.

                  LIGHT ATTACK AIRCRAFT DEMONSTRATION

    The Committee is aware that the Navy and Air Force are 
currently negotiating a Memorandum of Agreement to jointly 
conduct a demonstration program designed to provide information 
on the benefits of a light attack aircraft to the warfighter. 
The Committee understands that the Navy and Air Force 
anticipate reprogramming fiscal year 2010 funding for this 
purpose. The Committee contends that the Air Force program will 
constitute a new start and as such the Air Force and Navy are 
directed to use the prior approval reprogramming procedures for 
the new start notification and the source of funding. 
Additionally, the Committee is aware that the Navy and Air 
Force are planning to lease aircraft for use in the 
demonstration program. The Committee encourages the Department 
of Defense to conduct a full and open competition for the lease 
of the aircraft.

                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE REPROGRAMMINGS

    The Committee continues to require the Department of 
Defense to submit the DD 1414, Base for Reprogramming Actions, 
for each of the fiscal year 2010 appropriation accounts within 
60 days after the enactment of this Act. This provision 
prohibits the Department from executing any reprogramming or 
transfer of funds for any purpose other than originally 
appropriated until the aforementioned report is submitted to 
the Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate.
    The Committee directs that proposed transfers of funds 
between O-1 budget activities in excess of $15,000,000 be 
subject to the normal prior approval reprogramming procedures. 
The Committee believes that such revisions are necessary given 
the unique nature of activities funded within the operation and 
maintenance appropriation; continuing concerns about force 
readiness, and recent budget execution within these accounts. 
Further, the Committee directs:
    (1) with respect to service operation and maintenance 
accounts, that the Department shall submit prior approval 
reprogramming requests to the congressional defense committees 
for proposed transfers of funds in excess of $15,000,000, to or 
from the levels specified for budget activities. In addition, 
the Department should follow prior approval reprogramming 
procedure for transfers in excess of $15,000,000 out of the 
following budget subactivities:
    Army:
        Maneuver units
        Modular support brigades
        Land forces operations support
        Force readiness operations support
        Land forces depot maintenance
        Base operations support
        Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization
    Navy:
        Aircraft depot maintenance
        Ship depot maintenance
        Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization
    Marine Corps:
        Depot maintenance
        Facilities Sustainment, Restoration and Modernization
    Air Force:
        Primary combat forces
        Combat enhancement forces
        Combat communications
    (2) with respect to the Operation and Maintenance, Defense-
Wide account, that proposed transfers of funds to or from the 
levels specified for programs, projects or activities in excess 
of $10,000,000 or 20 percent, whichever is less, shall be 
subject to prior approval reprogramming procedures. For 
purposes of this account, a program, project or activity shall 
mean any item for which a dollar amount is contained in an 
appropriations Act (including joint resolutions providing 
continuing appropriations), accompanying reports of the House 
of Representatives and Senate Committees on Appropriations, or 
accompanying conference reports and joint explanatory 
statements of the committee of conference or specifically 
identified in the supplemental material justifying the budget 
request to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate.

            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE BUDGET EXECUTION DATA

    The Committee directs the Department of Defense to continue 
to provide the congressional defense committees with quarterly 
budget execution data. Such data should be provided not later 
than 45 days following the close of each quarter for the fiscal 
year, and should be provided for each O-1 budget activity, 
activity group, and subactivity group for each of the active, 
defense-wide, Reserve and National Guard components. For each 
O-1 budget activity, activity group, and subactivity group, 
these reports should include the budget request and actual 
obligations; the Department of Defense distribution of 
unallocated congressional adjustments to the budget request; 
all adjustments made by the Department in establishing the Base 
for Reprogramming (DD form 1414) report, all adjustments 
resulting from below threshold reprogrammings; and all 
adjustments resulting from prior approval reprogramming 
requests.

                         INFORMATION OPERATIONS

    The budget request includes nearly one billion dollars for 
Department of Defense information operations (IO) programs. The 
Committee has serious concerns about not only the significant 
amount of funding being spent on these programs, but more 
importantly, about the Department's assumption of this mission 
area within its roles and responsibilities. Much of the content 
of what is being produced, and certainly some of the largest 
cost drivers in these programs, is focused so far beyond a 
traditional military information operation that the term non-
traditional military information operation does not justly 
apply. At face value, much of what is being produced appears to 
be United States Military, and more alarmingly non-military 
propaganda, public relations, and behavioral modification 
messaging. The Committee questions the effectiveness of much of 
the material being produced with this funding, the supposed 
efforts to minimize target audience knowledge of United States' 
Government sponsorship of certain production materials, and the 
ability of the Department to evaluate the impact of these 
programs.
    The Committee also notes that the official budget 
justification materials for requested funding of this magnitude 
are woefully inadequate. In addition, the Department's response 
to attempts by the Committee to obtain a meaningful explanation 
of funding for these programs clearly indicates that 
Departmental oversight of these efforts is disorganized, and 
that a thorough understanding of their scope within the 
Department's leadership is incomplete. According to the 
Department's limited response for information on this funding, 
IO programs have grown at an enormous rate, from approximately 
$9,000,000 in fiscal year 2005, to a staggering $988,000,000 
request for fiscal year 2010. The requested growth in these 
programs from fiscal year 2009 to fiscal year 2010 alone is 
just over $200,000,000.
    The Committee believes that the Department of Defense, and 
the Combatant Commands which drive the demand for information 
operations, need to reevaluate IO requirements in the context 
of the roles and missions of the United States Military along 
with consideration for the inherent capabilities of the 
military and the funding available to meet these requirements. 
In support of this evaluation, the Committee has determined 
that many of the ongoing IO activities for which fiscal year 
2010 funding is requested should be terminated immediately. The 
programs for which funding is specifically denied are 
identified in the classified annex to this report. Accordingly, 
the Committee has reduced requested funding for information 
operation programs in the various Service appropriations 
accounts in which they have been requested by a total of 
$500,000,000. Of the remaining funds provided for information 
operations, the Committee directs that no funds shall be 
obligated or expended until 30 days after the Secretary of 
Defense submits a report to the Committees on Appropriations of 
the House of Representatives and the Senate on the Department's 
IO programs. This report should encompass the period from 
fiscal years 2005 through 2010 and include all Department of 
Defense information operation programs for which base budget, 
supplemental, or overseas contingency operation funds have been 
appropriated or requested. The report shall include: program 
strategies, target audiences, goals, and measures of 
effectiveness; budget exhibits at the appropriations account 
and sub-activity level; spend plans (including positions and 
other direct costs); and production and dissemination 
mechanisms and locations. The report shall also include an 
annex for the inclusion of necessary explanatory and supporting 
classified information. The Secretary shall submit this report 
in writing not later than 180 days after enactment of this Act.

                    OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $31,207,243,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    31,274,882,000
Committee recommendation..............................    30,454,152,000
Change from budget request............................      -820,730,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$30,454,152,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Army. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                    OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $34,410,773,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    35,070,346,000
Committee recommendation..............................    34,885,932,000
Change from budget request............................      -184,414,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$34,885,932,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Navy. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                       AFRICA PARTNERSHIP STATION

    The Committee recommends an additional $20,500,000 in 
Operation and Maintenance, Navy in support of maritime security 
capacity building in U.S. Africa Command's (AFRICOM) area of 
responsibility. Since November 2007, the U.S. Navy has led 
joint exercises, port visits, professional training and 
community outreach with the coastal nations of West Africa 
through the Africa Partnership Station (APS). The Committee 
commends the Navy's effort to increase the ability of our 
African partners to extend the rule of law out to sea and 
better combat illegal fishing, human smuggling, drug 
trafficking, oil theft and piracy. To increase the Navy's role 
in AFRICOM and ensure a more predictable, robust schedule of 
exercises under APS, the Committee has provided $10,500,000 for 
APS--West for fiscal year 2010. The Committee also strongly 
supports AFRICOM's plan to carry out similar exercises on the 
east coast of Africa, and has provided an additional 
$10,000,000 for APS--East.

                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $5,519,232,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     5,536,223,000
Committee recommendation..............................     5,557,510,000
Change from budget request............................        21,287,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,557,510,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                  OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $34,865,964,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    34,748,159,000
Committee recommendation..............................    33,785,349,000
Change from budget request............................      -962,810,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$33,785,349,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Air Force. The 
total amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                       FEE-FOR-SERVICE REFUELING

    The Committee provides no funding for the fee-for-service 
refueling pilot program due to concerns with the lack of a 
validated requirement for the program. The Air Force should 
instead focus on the KC-135 tanker replacement program which is 
a Joint Requirements Oversight Council validated requirement. 
The Committee recommends $439,615,000 in title VIII of this Act 
only for the recapitalization of the aging KC-135 fleet with a 
competitive procurement of a commercial derivative tanker 
aircraft.

           AIR FORCE ELECTRONIC WARFARE EVALUATION SIMULATOR

    The Committee is aware of an Air Force effort to relocate 
the Air Force Electronic Warfare Evaluation Simulator (AFEWES) 
from Air Force Plant 4 to the Air Force Flight Test Center. 
Several government studies, including the 1995 Base Realignment 
and Closure Commission and a 1997 Government Accountability 
Office report, highlight the absence of a cost or capability 
rationale to justify this relocation. Therefore, the Committee 
directs that the Department shall not obligate or expend funds 
to relocate the AFEWES from Air Force Plant 4 until a 
comprehensive cost/benefit analysis, reviewed by the Government 
Accountability Office, is provided to the Congressional defense 
committees. Further, because the AFEWES specialized test 
capabilities are a vital element of our national defense 
posture, study findings should demonstrate the technical merits 
of any proposed relocation.

                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $25,939,466,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    28,357,246,000
Committee recommendation..............................    27,929,377,000
Change from budget request............................      -427,869,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$27,929,377,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide. 
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


                         JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF

    The Committee provides $432,169,000 for the Joint Chiefs of 
Staff, $25,000,000 below the fiscal year 2010 request. The 
Department of Defense requested an additional $25,000,000 for 
the Combatant Commanders Initiative Fund (CCIF), which the 
Committee has not provided. The Committee understands that, to 
allow Combatant Commanders to respond to urgent and emerging 
humanitarian, economic, and security challenges in their areas 
of operation, the CCIF program must be as flexible as possible. 
Furthermore, the Committee is satisfied with the Joint Chiefs 
of Staff's management and oversight of CCIF projects to date. 
However, the Committee is concerned that increasing the funding 
available for CCIF will eliminate the incentive for the 
Department to carefully scrutinize proposed projects and ensure 
that only those of the highest priority receive funding.

           AFGHANISTAN INFORMATION COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

    The Committee is concerned about the slow rate of progress 
in connecting the Afghanistan fiber-optic communications 
backbone to the global information-technology network. As 
highlighted in a 2009 National Defense University study titled, 
``Information Communications Technology for Reconstruction and 
Development: Afghanistan Challenges and Opportunities,'' 
multiple social, economic, and educational benefits will be 
realized once a reliable terrestrial network is installed in 
Afghanistan. Therefore, the Committee directs that $20,000,000 
within the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) account 
shall not be available for obligation until DISA, in 
coordination with the CENTCOM J-6, submits a report that 
examines the telecommunications infrastructure of Afghanistan 
to determine the feasibility of moving both Afghanistan's and 
parts of the Department of Defense's bandwidth requirements 
from expensive, high-latency satellite links to lower cost, 
low-latency terrestrial links such as fiber-optic and microwave 
technologies. This report shall be submitted to the 
congressional defense committees within 90 days of the 
enactment of this Act. The report should include a detailed 
``as-is'' architecture of the existing terrestrial 
telecommunications infrastructure of Afghanistan, and it should 
include an analysis of alternatives (AoA) for terrestrial 
telecommunications capabilities to meet the Department's 
bandwidth requirements in Afghanistan, along with a ``to be'' 
architecture of how the Department will implement a Service-
Oriented-Architecture software capability to provision, manage 
and track the utilization of bandwidth in support of Stability 
Operations in Afghanistan. The AoA will include, at a minimum, 
a review of issues and opportunities with: (1) leasing 
bandwidth from the Afghanistan Ministry of Communications using 
their existing fiber-optic backbone, (2) leasing bandwidth from 
the commercial cellular operators using their respective 
nation-wide microwave backbones, (3) leasing bandwidth from 
commercial satellite communications system providers, and (4) 
incentivizing the Government of Afghanistan to issue a new 
telecommunications license for a commercial fiber-optic 
backbone and international gateway for Afghanistan.

                       SECURITY AND STABILIZATION

    The Committee has provided $25,000,000 for the security and 
stabilization assistance program, a reduction of $175,000,000 
below the fiscal year 2010 request. Pursuant to section 1201 of 
the House-passed National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal 
Year 2010 (H.R. 2647), additional funds for this program are 
not authorized.

                     OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE

    The Committee has provided an additional $13,626,000 for 
the Office of Economic Assistance (OEA) to restore a proposed 
reduction in funding for Community Economic Assistance Grants. 
The Committee understands the Department's assumption that, 
with implementation of the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure 
(BRAC) recommendations approaching completion, community 
requirements for OEA assistance will diminish. However, the 
Committee is concerned that recent non-BRAC-related decisions, 
including the reduction of planned Army Brigade Combat Teams 
(BCTs) from 48 to 45, and the proposed retirement of 248 Air 
Force combat aircraft will impact communities across the 
country that will require the assistance of OEA in mitigating 
the effects of those decisions. Consequently, the Committee has 
restored funding for OEA Community Economic Assistance Grants 
to fiscal year 2009 levels.

                              FORT STEWART

    The Committee has strong concerns about the impact on local 
communities as a result of a decision by the Secretary of 
Defense to reverse the planned growth in the number of Army 
Brigade Combat Teams (BCT) from 45 to 48. Nowhere has this 
impact been more severe than at Fort Stewart, Georgia. 
Beginning in December 2007, Army leaders met repeatedly with 
local government officials, private investors and builders and 
encouraged them to ``build-out now,'' so facilities would be 
ready by 2011 to fully accommodate the projected influx of 
5,000 soldiers and their family members. The Committee 
appreciates the difficulties and risks undertaken by the Fort 
Stewart community in securing and investing more than 
$450,000,000 to welcome these additional troops and strongly 
commends this outstanding demonstration of local support for 
our military. Therefore, the Committee urges the Army and the 
Department of Defense to mitigate the impact of the change in 
basing plans on the Fort Stewart community. Further, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a report 
on all mitigation efforts underway and on the feasibility of 
other combat or support units relocating to Fort Stewart. This 
report should be submitted no later than 60 days after 
enactment of this Act.

   OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (COMPTROLLER) AND CHIEF 
                           FINANCIAL OFFICER

    The Committee has provided $2,348,000 for the Office of the 
Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial 
Officer for the costs associated with the recruitment, hiring, 
training, retention and pay for additional federal employees to 
improve fiscal management and oversight. The Committee urges 
the Department to exempt the Office of the Under Secretary of 
Defense (Comptroller) and Chief Financial Officer from internal 
Department headquarters personnel ceilings if necessary to 
ensure proper fiscal management and budget oversight.

                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.......................     $2,628,896,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request......................      2,620,196,000
Committee recommendation.............................      2,621,196,000
Change from budget request...........................          1,000,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $2,621,196,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,308,141,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,278,501,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,280,001,000
Change from budget request............................         1,500,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,280,001,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


            OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, MARINE CORPS RESERVE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $212,487,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       228,925,000
Committee recommendation..............................       228,925,000
Change from budget request............................                --


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $228,925,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


              OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR FORCE RESERVE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $3,018,151,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     3,079,228,000
Committee recommendation..............................     3,079,228,000
Change from budget request............................                --


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,079,228,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


             OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $5,858,303,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     6,257,034,000
Committee recommendation..............................     6,353,627,000
Change from budget request............................        96,593,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $6,353,627,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


         FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTERS/NATIONAL GUARD REINTEGRATION

    The Committee has included $20,000,000 for Family 
Assistance and Reintegration activities for Reserve Component 
soldiers. The Committee recognizes that Family Assistance and 
Reintegration activities present unique challenges for the 
Reserve Components; however, based on the number of issues 
being raised, the Committee is concerned whether the proper 
initiatives and support programs are in place. The Committee 
directs the National Guard to submit an implementation plan for 
these funds and that North Carolina, Mississippi, Maine, New 
Hampshire, New Jersey, and Minnesota be given priority for 
implementation of these programs.

            PROCESS REFINEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION INITIATIVE

    The National Guard Bureau has identified Joint CONUS 
Communications Support Environment (JCCSE) Communications 
Enhancements as one of its top requirements, for which the 
Committee recommends $1,600,000. The National Guard Bureau has 
stated that funding for furthering JCCSE Communications 
enhancements is essential as it enhances the National Guard's 
ability to support and respond under the homeland defense/civil 
support mission. The Committee supports the National Guard's 
efforts to enhance this technology, including providing an 
interface for communications between federal and state agencies 
concerning incidents involving homeland defense and disaster 
mitigation.

             OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR NATIONAL GUARD






Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $5,901,044,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     5,885,761,000
Committee recommendation..............................     5,888,741,000
Change from budget request............................         2,980,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,888,741,000 
for Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard. The total 
amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


             OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS TRANSFER FUND





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................             - - -
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................        $5,000,000
Committee recommendation..............................  ................
Change from budget request............................        -5,000,000


    The Committee recommends no funding in title II of this Act 
for the Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund and 
addresses the funding in title IX.

          UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE ARMED FORCES





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................       $13,254,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................        13,932,000
Committee recommendation..............................        13,932,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $13,932,000 
for the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.

                    ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $457,776,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       415,864,000
Committee recommendation..............................       415,864,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $415,864,000 
for Environmental Restoration, Army. The recommendation is a 
decrease of $41,912,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal 
year 2009 and fully funds the fiscal year 2010 request.

                    ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $290,819,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       285,869,000
Committee recommendation..............................       285,869,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $285,869,000 
for Environmental Restoration, Navy. The recommendation is a 
decrease of $4,950,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal 
year 2009 and fully funds the fiscal year 2010 request.

                  ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $496,277,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       494,276,000
Committee recommendation..............................       494,276,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $494,276,000 
for Environmental Restoration, Air Force. The recommendation is 
a decrease of $2,001,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal 
year 2009 and fully funds the fiscal year 2010 request.

                ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, DEFENSE-WIDE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................       $13,175,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................        11,100,000
Committee recommendation..............................        11,100,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $11,100,000 
for Environmental Restoration, Defense-Wide. The recommendation 
is a decrease of $2,075,000 from the amount appropriated in 
fiscal year 2009 and fully funds the fiscal year 2010 request.

         ENVIRONMENTAL RESTORATION, FORMERLY USED DEFENSE SITES





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $291,296,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       267,700,000
Committee recommendation..............................       277,700,000
Change from budget request............................        10,000,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $277,700,000 
for Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites. The 
recommendation is a decrease of $13,596,000 from the amount 
appropriated in fiscal year 2009. The adjustment to the budget 
for Environmental Restoration, Formerly Used Defense Sites is 
shown below:




UXO Remediation.......................................       $10,000,000


             OVERSEAS HUMANITARIAN, DISASTER, AND CIVIC AID





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................       $83,273,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       109,869,000
Committee recommendation..............................       109,869,000
Change from budget request............................  ................


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $109,869,000 
for Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster, and Civic Aid.

                  COOPERATIVE THREAT REDUCTION ACCOUNT





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $434,135,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       404,093,000
Committee recommendation..............................       404,093,000
Change from budget request............................             - - -


    The Committee recommendation provides a total of 
$404,093,000 for fiscal year 2010.

      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ACQUISITION WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT FUND





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................             - - -
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................      $100,000,000
Committee recommendation..............................       100,000,000
Change from budget request............................             - - -


    The Committee recommendation provides a total of 
$100,000,000 for the Department of Defense Acquisition 
Workforce Development Fund for fiscal year 2010.
                               TITLE III

                              PROCUREMENT

    The fiscal year 2010 Department of Defense procurement 
budget request totals $105,213,426,000. The table below 
summarizes the budget estimates and the Committee's 
recommendations.


                    GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE

    The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has been 
directed by Congress to perform an annual assessment of the 
performance of the Department's portfolio of major acquisition 
programs, as well as individual programs. The GAO relies on 
data from the Department's Selected Acquisition Reports (SAR) 
for its cost and schedule analyses. In the absence of a 
complete set of annual SARs prior to the fiscal year 2011 
budget submission, the Secretary of Defense is directed to 
provide GAO with SAR-like data (including cost, schedule, and 
funding data that reflects the program of record, including the 
estimated outyear funding requirements) for each major defense 
acquisition program. This information should be provided to the 
GAO in a timely manner to support the March 30, 2010 report to 
Congress.

              JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER NON-RECURRING EQUIPMENT

    The Joint Strike Fighter program budgets for and procures 
equipment and tooling to outfit the manufacturing facility with 
sufficient capacity to produce aircraft in larger quantities as 
the production program ramps up. Since the program began 
production in fiscal year 2007, the Congress has appropriated 
over $900,000,000 for this effort. However, in actuality, the 
program has executed just over $700,000,000, largely because 
the production ramp up has been lower than originally 
predicted. Therefore, the recommendation reduces the request 
for non-recurring equipment by $232,000,000 to fund this 
activity at a level consistent with historical execution.

                     C-130 FIREFIGHTING CAPABILITY

    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force and 
the Director of the National Guard Bureau within 60 days of 
enactment of this Act, to create an Integrated Working Group 
(IWG) in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) for 
the purpose of coordinating the joint use of federal forest 
firefighting assets, and within 90 days after formation of the 
IWG, to submit a report to the congressional defense committees 
and the House Appropriations Interior Subcommittee detailing 
the following:
    1. The viability of the Air National Guard and the U.S. 
Forest Service jointly operating a fleet of new C-130s procured 
for the primary purposes of firefighting duties at the request 
of the U.S. Forest Service, and equipped with the latest proven 
firefighting technology.
    2. Any and all prior analysis done in the past ten years by 
the Department of the Air Force, the National Guard Bureau or 
the USFS concerning the recapitalization of the national 
firefighting fleet.
    3. A new business case analysis which examines the cost and 
operational effectiveness of procurement of new C-130 aircraft 
and joint co-operation between the Department of the Air Force, 
the National Guard Bureau and the USFS for the firefighting 
mission as compared to the present approach of utilizing the 
current fleet of aging firefighting aircraft available via 
commercial operator contracts.
    4. Any existing legislative impediments to interagency 
cooperation and joint operation of a dedicated firefighting 
fleet by the Department of the Air Force, the National Guard 
Bureau, and the USFS.
    5. An assessment and accounting of public/private property 
losses as well as taxpayer expenses spent annually fighting 
forest and wildfires and how such losses can be mitigated by 
the described joint firefighting business model with respect to 
the Department of the Air Force, the National Guard Bureau, and 
the USFS.
    An interim report shall be submitted to Congress no later 
than 90 days after enactment of this Act detailing the progress 
made on the final report.

SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES--PROCESSING, EXPLOITATION, AND DISSEMINATION 
                       CAPABILITIES MODERNIZATION

    The Committee is concerned about the urgent need for the 
modernization of Special Operations Forces' (SOF) capabilities 
to process, exploit, and disseminate critical operational 
intelligence from deployed locations overseas and specifically 
within the theater of operations. The immediacy of this 
requirement was communicated to the Committee by SOF operators 
during multiple visits to both Afghanistan and Iraq. Ongoing 
SOF operations demonstrate the ability to collect significant 
amounts of pocket litter, hard copy documents, hard drives, 
cell phones, and other important hard copy and electronic media 
with significant intelligence value. However, without 
specialized expeditionary processing, this information becomes 
inaccessible and of no value to SOF in immediate urgent 
operational missions, and over the longer term to the war 
fighter, the intelligence community and others in need of 
access. To address this requirement, the Committee has provided 
an additional $14,900,000 in funding for acquisition and 
development of improved processing, exploitation, and 
dissemination capabilities--$6,900,000 in ``Procurement, 
Defense-Wide'', and $8,000,000 in ``Research, Development, Test 
and Evaluation, Defense-Wide''.
    Procurement funding is provided for acquisition of multi-
discipline intelligence processing, exploitation and 
dissemination capabilities intended to meet Special Operations 
Command's unfunded requirement for full motion video 
exploitation. The funding will enable SOF to rapidly search and 
exploit accumulated tactical intelligence in support of 
operational decision-making and planning.
    Funding provided for Distributed Common Ground/Surface 
System (DCGS) capabilities modernization in the DCGS research, 
development, test and evaluation program shall be used to 
address requirements for integrating multi-function 
intelligence processing, exploitation and dissemination 
capabilities into the SOF information enterprise and the DCGS 
architecture. This funding is also provided to develop a DCGS 
tool for SOF to expand the capability to exploit documents and 
media for tactical and timely intelligence in forward deployed 
operations. The Committee believes that allowing larger volumes 
of data to be captured and processed more quickly while in the 
field will enable vastly improved support to not just SOF but 
all deployed war fighter operations.

                         SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

    Items for which additional funds have been provided as 
shown in the project level tables or in paragraphs using the 
phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' in this report are 
congressional interest items for the purpose of the Base for 
Reprogramming (DD 1414). Each of these items must be carried on 
the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount, specifically addressed 
in the conference report. These items remain special interest 
items whether or not they are repeated in a subsequent 
conference report.

            REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR ACQUISITION ACCOUNTS

    The Committee directs the Department of Defense to continue 
to follow the reprogramming guidance specified in the report 
accompanying the House version of the fiscal year 2006 
Department of Defense Appropriations Bill (H.R. 109-119). 
Specifically, the dollar threshold for reprogramming funds will 
remain at $20,000,000 for procurement, and $10,000,000 for 
research, development, test and evaluation. The Department 
shall continue to follow the limitation that prior approval 
reprogrammings are set at either the specified dollar threshold 
or 20 percent of the procurement or research, development, test 
and evaluation line, whichever is less. These thresholds are 
cumulative. Therefore, if the combined value of transfers into 
or out of a procurement (P-1) or research, development, test 
and evaluation (R-1) line exceeds the identified threshold, the 
Department of Defense must submit a prior approval 
reprogramming to the congressional defense committees. In 
addition, guidelines on the application of prior approval 
reprogramming procedures for congressional special interest 
items are established elsewhere in this report.

                  REPROGRAMMING REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense, 
Comptroller, to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD 1416 reports for 
service and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of this 
Act as required in the statement of the managers accompanying 
the Conference report on the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2006.

                           FUNDING INCREASES

    The Committee directs that the funding increases outlined 
in these tables shall be provided only for the specific 
purposes indicated in the tables.

                            CLASSIFIED ANNEX

    Adjustments to the classified programs are addressed in a 
classified annex accompanying this report.

                       AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.................           $4,900,835,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request................            5,315,991,000
Committee recommendation.......................            5,144,991,000
Change from budget request.....................             -171,000,000


    This appropriation finances acquisition of tactical and 
utility airplanes and helicopters, including associated 
electronics, electronic warfare equipment for in-service 
aircraft, ground support equipment, components and parts such 
as spare engines, transmission gear boxes, and sensor 
equipment. It also funds related training devices such as 
combat flight simulators and production base support.
    The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


                        CH-47 CHINOOK HELICOPTER

    The budget request proposed $860,087,000 for 16 new build 
CH-47F helicopters and 11 remanufactured helicopters. The 
Committee notes that Congress provided funding for five new 
build helicopters in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009, 
one above the number requested in order to better support the 
training base and home station training for units that are not 
deployed. The Committee recommends funding of $825,087,000, a 
reduction of $35,000,000, for 15 new build CH-47F helicopters 
and 11 remanufactured aircraft.

         EXTENDED RANGE/MULTI-PURPOSE UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request proposed $401,364,000 
for 24 Extended Range/Multi-Purpose Unmanned Aircraft. The 
Committee is a strong supporter of unmanned aircraft and the 
flexibility and persistence they bring to the battlefield in 
both the reconnaissance and strike missions. However, the 
budget justification materials provided to the Committee 
indicate that the aircraft will be delivered over a 24 month 
time period. Accordingly the Committee recommends funding for 
the first 12 aircraft only. The Committee recommends funding of 
$238,364,000, a reduction of $163,000,000 below the budget 
request.

                       MISSILE PROCUREMENT, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.................           $2,185,060,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request................            1,370,109,000
Committee recommendation.......................            1,358,609,000
Change from budget request.....................              -11,500,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of surface-to-
air, surface-to-surface, air-to-surface, and anti-tank/assault 
missile systems. Also included are major components, 
modifications, targets, test equipment and production base 
support.
    The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


        PROCUREMENT OF WEAPONS AND TRACKED COMBAT VEHICLES, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.................           $3,169,128,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request................            2,451,952,000
Committee recommendation.......................            2,681,952,000
Change from budget request.....................                  230,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of tanks, 
personnel and cargo carriers, fighting vehicles, tracked 
recovery vehicles, self-propelled and towed howitzers, machine 
guns, mortars, modification of in-service equipment, initial 
spares and production base support.
    The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


                                STRYKER

    The budget request proposed $388,596,000 for Stryker 
program procurement. The funding requested would purchase 
safety and survivability upgrades but no additional vehicles. 
The Committee supports safety and survivability upgrades for 
the Stryker fleet; however, the Committee is concerned that 
$170,461,000 of the requested funding would be used for program 
management support and system technical support. The Committee 
recommends a reduction of $25,000,000 below the budget request 
for excessive program management costs. Additionally, the 
Committee has continuing concerns about the lack of production 
of additional Stryker vehicles. In the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009, Congress appropriated $200,000,000 
above the request for the production of needed Stryker vehicles 
and for sustainment of the production base. The Committee is 
aware that the Army is considering the fielding of additional 
Stryker brigades in order to improve the balance of heavy, 
medium and light forces to enable a sustained response to the 
full spectrum of potential threats. Additionally, the Committee 
understands that the 5th Brigade (Stryker) of the 2nd Infantry 
Division, will leave its set of Strykers in Afghanistan after 
completion of the brigade's combat tour. That set of Strykers 
will be the basis of a rotational Stryker brigade equipment 
set. The Army will reset the 5th Brigade (Stryker) of the 2nd 
Infantry Division with new production vehicles. In order to 
support the continued production of new Stryker vehicles, the 
Committee recommendation includes an additional $250,000,000. 
In all, the Committee recommends $613,596,000 for the 
procurement of Stryker vehicles, a net increase of 
$225,000,000.

                    PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $2,287,398,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     2,051,895,000
Committee recommendation..............................     2,053,395,000
Change from budget request............................         1,500,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, 
modification of in-service stock, and related production base 
support including the maintenance, expansion, and modernization 
of industrial facilities and equipment.
    The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


                        OTHER PROCUREMENT, ARMY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $10,684,014,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     9,907,151,000
Committee recommendation..............................     9,293,801,000
Change from budget request............................      -613,350,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of (a) tactical 
and commercial vehicles, including trucks, semi-trailers, and 
trailers of all types to provide mobility and utility support 
to field forces and the worldwide logistical system; (b) 
communications and electronic equipment of all types to provide 
fixed, semi-fixed, and mobile strategic and tactical 
communications; (c) other support equipment, generators and 
power units, material handling equipment, medical support 
equipment, special equipment for user testing, and non-system 
training devices. In each of these activities, funds are also 
included for the modification of in-service equipment, 
investment spares and repair parts, and production base 
support.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                   FAMILY OF MEDIUM TACTICAL VEHICLES

    The budget request proposed $1,158,522,000 for the 
procurement of Medium Tactical Vehicles. However, the Committee 
is aware that the contract award which was scheduled for July 
has been delayed at least until September. Accordingly, the 
Committee recommends funding for the Family of Medium Tactical 
Vehicles of $965,522,000, a reduction of $193,000,000 below the 
budget request.

                   FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES

    The budget request proposed $812,918,000 for the 
procurement of Heavy Tactical Vehicles. However, the Committee 
is aware that the contract award for the Heavy Equipment 
Transporter System (HETS) M1070 Truck Tractor will not be made 
until January 2011. The Committee recommends funding for the 
Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles of $786,566,000, a reduction 
of $26,352,000 below the budget request, with no funding for 
HETS Truck Tractors.

                     MINE PROTECTION VEHICLE FAMILY

    The budget request proposed $402,517,000 to procure 
vehicles for route clearance companies including 93 Medium Mine 
Protected Vehicles. The Committee is aware that the Medium Mine 
Protected Vehicle is essentially the same vehicle as the Mine 
Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP), and that the new 
vehicles proposed for purchase would not be delivered until 
fiscal year 2012. However, as Army units continue to depart 
Iraq, large numbers of MRAPs will become available for 
redistribution and may be used to fill the requirements for 
Medium Mine Protected Vehicles for engineer and explosive 
ordnance disposal units. Therefore, the Committee provides no 
funding for the procurement of Medium Mine Protected Vehicles.

                      JOINT TACTICAL RADIO SYSTEM

    The budget request proposed $90,204,000 for the procurement 
of Joint Tactical Radio System radios, including $55,164,000 to 
procure Joint Tactical Radio System radios for use in Multi-
Service Operational Test and Evaluation. However, the Committee 
is aware that the contract option covering procurement of these 
test units is not expected to be exercised until fiscal year 
2011 due to schedule delays. Accordingly, the Committee 
recommends funding of $35,040,000 in fiscal year 2010 for 
procurement of Joint Tactical Radio System radios, a reduction 
of $55,164,000 below the budget request.

          NIGHT VISION DEVICES (ENHANCED NIGHT VISION GOGGLES)

    The budget request proposed $366,820,000 for Night Vision 
Devices, including $250,662,000 for Enhanced Night Vision 
Goggles. However, due to delays in the production of the 
Enhanced Night Vision Goggles, the Army has identified 
$131,900,000 of fiscal year 2009 funds as excess and usable as 
reprogramming sources. Additionally, the Committee is aware 
that production delays will continue into fiscal year 2010, and 
that $75,000,000 is the amount that is executable for Enhanced 
Night Vision Goggles. Accordingly, the Committee recommends 
funding of $191,158,000 for Night Vision Devices, including 
$75,000,000 for Enhanced Night Vision goggles, a reduction of 
$175,662,000 below the budget request.

                       AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $14,141,318,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    18,378,312,000
Committee recommendation,.............................    18,325,481,000
Change from budget request............................       -52,831,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the procurement of 
aircraft and related support equipment and programs, flight 
simulators; equipment to modify in-service aircraft to extend 
their service life, eliminate safety hazards and improve 
aircraft operational effectiveness; and spare parts and ground 
support equipment for all end items procured by this 
appropriation.
    The total program recommended in this bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                        STRIKE FIGHTER SHORTFALL

    Sustained, continued operations in overseas contingencies 
have resulted in the Department of the Navy's tactical aircraft 
fleet (primarily the F-18 variant aircraft) being flown at an 
extremely high operational tempo. This has caused the aircraft 
to age at a faster rate than the Navy had planned when 
determining the introduction of the follow on aircraft, the F-
35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter. The net result of these 
sustained operations is that the Navy is forecasting critical 
shortfalls in its strike fighter inventory. Delays in the 
introduction of the F-35 from the original forecast have 
exacerbated this shortfall. Last year, the Department of the 
Navy predicted that the shortfall would peak at 125 aircraft in 
fiscal year 2017. Although the Department of the Navy has not 
provided an updated shortfall prediction with the submission of 
this year's budget, the Committee understands it is now over 
200 aircraft. This is due to the fact that a key assumption in 
last year's prediction, the life extension of the older variant 
F-18 aircraft, is proving to be more problematic than 
anticipated. Additionally, the Navy has reduced the number of 
F-18 aircraft being purchased in fiscal year 2010 from what was 
predicted last year. This reduction is confusing, since it 
moves the tactical aircraft inventory in the exact opposite 
direction one would expect when faced with a shortage of 
aircraft.
    Fortunately for the Navy, the production line for the F/A-
18E/F variant aircraft is still open and producing aircraft. 
For the last ten years this program has produced cost effective 
aircraft under the umbrella of a multi-year procurement 
strategy, however the fiscal year 2010 aircraft are being 
purchased as a standalone, annually priced procurement. The 
unit price difference between an annual procurement and a 
multi-year procurement is substantial. Since the F-35 will not 
begin to deliver in significant quantities for several years, 
the Committee believes the Navy is letting a golden opportunity 
slip away by not entering into another multi-year procurement 
for F/A-18E/F aircraft. In addition to mitigating the strike 
fighter shortfall, the Navy would achieve significant savings 
by purchasing aircraft under a multi-year procurement. 
Therefore, the recommendation provides $108,000,000 above the 
request for the procurement of long lead equipment in an 
economic order quantity and cost reduction initiatives for a 
five year, 150 aircraft multi-year procurement for the F/A-18E/
F and EA-18G programs. Additionally, in an attempt to further 
mitigate the strike fighter shortfall, the recommendation 
provides $495,000,000 for the procurement of an additional nine 
F/A-18E/F Aircraft.

                 F-35 LIGHTNING II JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER

    Last year, the Congress appropriated advance procurement 
funding for 14 fiscal year 2010 F-35 Short Take-Off and 
Vertical Landing (STOVL) aircraft. However, this year's request 
contains full funding for the procurement of 16 STOVL aircraft. 
Without the proper advance procurement funding, two of the 
fiscal year 2010 aircraft will not execute until fiscal year 
2011. Since these aircraft will execute as fiscal year 2011 
aircraft, they should be funded in fiscal year 2011. Therefore, 
the recommendation removes $300,000,000, the cost of two STOVL 
aircraft, from the program. This adjustment is consistent with 
the Navy's own adjustments to other aircraft procurement 
programs.

                       WEAPONS PROCUREMENT, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.................           $3,292,972,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request................            3,453,455,000
Committee recommendation.......................            3,226,403,000
Change from budget request.....................             -227,052,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the procurement of 
strategic and tactical missiles, target drones, torpedoes, 
guns, associated support equipment, and modification of in-
service missiles, torpedoes, and guns.
    The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


                            STANDARD MISSILE

    The Standard Missile SM-6 Extended Range Active Missile 
(SM-6 ERAM) is being developed to provide the Navy with the 
ability to engage extended range, challenging targets well into 
the future. Funding for the initial procurement of the SM-6 
ERAM was appropriated in fiscal year 2009. The contract award 
for the first SM-6 ERAM procurement was expected to occur in 
January 2009, but has slipped to at least September 2009 and 
will likely slip into fiscal year 2010. The initial procurement 
of SM-6 ERAM will execute as a fiscal year 2010 contract award 
and allow the fiscal year 2010 funding to be directed towards 
higher priority items. Therefore, the recommendation reduces 
the Standard Missile procurement program by $117,629,000.

            PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,085,158,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       840,675,000
Committee recommendation..............................       794,886,000
Change from budget request............................       -45,789,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, 
ammunition modernization, and ammunition-related material for 
the Navy and Marine Corps.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                   SHIPBUILDING AND CONVERSION, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $13,054,367,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    13,776,867,000
Committee recommendation..............................    14,721,532,000
Change from budget request............................       944,665,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the construction of 
new ships and the purchase and conversion of existing ships, 
including hull, mechanical and electrical equipment, 
electronics, guns, torpedo and missile launching systems, and 
communication systems.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                              SHIPBUILDING

    The Navy's fiscal year 2010 budget request for shipbuilding 
is moving closer to the goal of being able to reach and 
maintain the Navy's stated requirement of 313 ships. The 
Committee firmly believes that in order to reach a fleet size 
of 313 ships, a minimum of ten ships per year should be 
constructed. Over the last ten years, the requested ship 
quantities have averaged less than seven ships per year. 
Although still short of the nominal ten ship level, the fiscal 
year 2010 budget requested funding for eight ships. The last 
time the Navy built at least nine ships was in 1992 when eleven 
ships were constructed. While the Committee recognizes that the 
shipbuilding plan is extremely complex, it is the backbone of 
the Navy's future and the Navy is strongly encouraged to 
construct the quantity of ships necessary to maintain the 
required fleet size. In the interim, the Committee provides 
funding for two additional ships, as outlined below, to bring 
the fiscal year 2010 ship count up to the desired level of ten 
ships.

                          LITTORAL COMBAT SHIP

    The Littoral Combat Ship is envisioned as a fast, agile, 
networked surface combatant with capabilities designed to meet 
asymmetric threats and assure access into littoral regions. The 
program has experienced numerous problems during construction 
of the first two vessels, resulting in cost growth and schedule 
slippage. Although the program appears to have most of the 
technical issues resolved, the cost of the fiscal year 2010 
ships will be subject to a cost cap to better control the cost 
of the program. The request contains sufficient funding for the 
program costs that will be subject to the cost cap, however, it 
lacks certain costs that are outside of the cost cap (such as 
design work and government costs). Therefore, the 
recommendation provides $2,160,000,000, an increase of 
$780,000,000 above the request, to fully fund the construction 
of the three Littoral Combat Ships in the request, as well as 
an additional ship to provide an increase in the quantity of 
ships for fiscal year 2010.

                        JOINT HIGH SPEED VESSEL

    The Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) is envisioned as a high 
speed, shallow draft vessel intended for the rapid intra-
theater transport of personnel, equipment and supplies. The 
JHSV program is based on a commercial derivative design and 
uses a fixed price contracting method, which together should 
minimize cost and schedule growth. The Committee has a strong 
desire to increase stability to the Nation's shipbuilding 
industrial base by increasing the quantity of ships being 
constructed each year. Therefore, the recommendation provides 
$357,956,000, an increase of $180,000,000, for the procurement 
of two Joint High Speed Vessels, which is an increase of one 
vessel above the request.

                           SURFACE COMBATANTS

    The Committee is concerned with the Navy's apparent lack of 
a surface combatant acquisition plan. In recent years, the Navy 
has halted production of the DDG-51 guided missile destroyer 
program to start production of the DDG-1000 guided missile 
destroyer. After awarding only two construction contracts for 
DDG-1000 class ships, the Navy announced the termination of 
that program at three ships and made plans to restart the DDG-
51 production line with no clear path for future surface 
combatant acquisition. The Committee is aware that surface 
combatants will be reviewed as part of the Quadrennial Defense 
Review and directs the Navy to review, as part of the 
Quadrennial Defense Review, the feasibility of using the 
technologies developed as part of the DDG-1000 program on 
future surface combatants to ensure the taxpayers get the 
maximum benefit from the significant funding that was sunk into 
the research and development phase of the DDG-1000 program.

                     LEASING OF FOREIGN BUILT SHIPS

    The Committee remains very concerned with the Navy's 
practice of entering into extended leases for foreign built 
ships. Historically, these leases have met the intent of long 
term capital lease restrictions on an individual basis, but the 
recurring nature of several of the leases violates the spirit 
and intent of the 1990 Budget Enforcement Act. The Committee 
recognizes that the ships leased by the Navy fill an important 
role that must be continued through the near term and well into 
the future, but believes that ships that fill these roles can 
provide an economic opportunity for the domestic shipbuilding 
industry. Two years ago, the Committee received a report from 
the Navy on their practice of leasing foreign built ships and a 
plan for ending the practice of leasing foreign built ships by 
2012. The basic conclusion of the report was that the 
dependence on foreign built ships would be significantly 
reduced by the year 2012, principally as a result of shifting 
requirements and modifications to existing Department of 
Defense assets. Since the administration is currently 
undertaking a review of future requirements, the Committee is 
extremely interested in how that review will affect the Navy's 
practice of leasing foreign built ships. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Navy to update the 
report submitted in March 2008 regarding the practice of 
leasing foreign built ships. The report should include the 
Navy's updated plan for terminating the practice of leasing 
foreign built ships to supplement the fleet and using only 
domestic built ships by 2012. Additionally, the report should 
include the necessary budget and funding plans that may be 
required to accomplish this. This report should be submitted no 
later than March 31, 2010.

                        OTHER PROCUREMENT, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $5,250,627,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     5,661,176,000
Committee recommendation..............................     5,395,081,000
Change from budget request............................      -266,095,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the procurement of 
major equipment and weapons other than ships, aircraft, 
missiles and torpedoes. Such equipment ranges from the latest 
electronic sensors for updates of naval forces, to trucks, 
training equipment, and spare parts.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                       PROCUREMENT, MARINE CORPS





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,376,917,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,600,638,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,563,743,000
Change from budget request............................       -36,895,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the procurement, 
production, and modification of equipment, supplies, materials, 
and spare parts.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                    155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER

    The budget request proposed $7,420,000 for 155mm 
Lightweight Towed Howitzers. The Committee notes that Congress 
provided $186,000,000 in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 
2009, $117,000,000 greater than the requested amount of 
$69,000,000. Since the Congress previously provided for this 
request, the recommendation provides no funding for this 
appropriations request. The Committee recommendation is a 
reduction of $7,420,000.

              COMMUNICATION SWITCHING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

    The budget request proposed $98,254,000 for communication 
switching and control systems. The Committee notes that 
Congress provided $22,400,000 in the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009, $6,000,000 greater than the requested 
amount of $16,400,000. Since the Congress previously provided 
for this request, the recommendation reduces the request by 
$6,000,000.

                     MOTOR TRANSPORT MODIFICATIONS

    The budget request proposed $6,111,000 for motor transport 
modifications. The Committee notes that Congress provided 
$38,355,000 in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009, 
$22,500,000 greater than the requested amount of $15,855,000. 
Since the Congress previously provided for this request, the 
recommendation provides no funding for this appropriations 
request.

                      AMPHIBIOUS SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

    The budget request proposed $39,876,000 for amphibious 
support equipment. The Committee notes that Congress provided 
$11,545,000 in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009, 
$11,000,000 greater than the requested amount of $545,000. 
Since the Congress previously provided for this request, the 
recommendation reduces the request by $11,000,000.

                    AIRCRAFT PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $13,112,617,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    11,966,276,000
Committee recommendation..............................    11,956,182,000
Change from budget request............................       -10,094,000


    This appropriation provides for the procurement of 
aircraft, and for modification of in-service aircraft to 
improve safety and enhance operational effectiveness. It also 
provides for initial spares and other support equipment to 
include aerospace ground equipment and industrial facilities. 
In addition, funds are provided for the procurement of flight 
training simulators to increase combat readiness and to provide 
for more economical training.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                  C-130 AVIONICS MODERNIZATION PROGRAM

    The Committee provides no funding for the C-130 Avionics 
Modernization Program. The fiscal year 2008 funds were not 
placed on contract until September 2008 and the fiscal year 
2009 funds have not yet been put on contract due to a delayed 
Milestone C decision. Based on these delays, the funding 
requested for fiscal year 2010 is early to need. The Committee 
strongly encourages the Undersecretary of Defense (Acquisition, 
Technology and Logistics) to make a decision on the acquisition 
strategy and proceed expeditiously with the program of record.

                     UNDEFINITIZED CONTRACT ACTIONS

    The Committee has become aware of the excessive use of 
undefinitized contract actions (UCA's) by the Air Force. Based 
on information obtained by the Committee, it is apparent that 
the Air Force has not provided the proper oversight of 
contracting activities within various programs. Specifically, 
the C-17 aircraft program has billions of dollars in 
undefinitized contracts. The Defense Federal Acquisition 
Regulations (DFAR) very clearly stipulate in subpart 217.74 
that UCA's are to be used as the exception not as the rule for 
urgent needs. It is common practice for the C-17 program to 
place all of its funding on a UCA and then immediately obligate 
up to 50 percent of the not-to-exceed price at the award which 
is a disincentive to definitize the contract. Further, the DFAR 
requires that the contract must be definitized within 180 days 
after the issuance of initial undefinitized action unless it is 
extended by another 180 days after the contractor submits a 
qualifying proposal. The C-17 program has numerous contracts 
well in excess of these timelines with proposal times for 
fiscal year 2007 funds ranging from 373 to 975 days and on 
average 688 days to definitize. This use of UCA's places the 
taxpayer at a severe disadvantage when negotiating contracts 
since the contractor has little incentive to control costs 
while performing work under a UCA.
    Even more concerning to the Committee, is that this 
excessive use of UCA's is not just isolated to procurement and 
modernization programs but has migrated to operation and 
maintenance programs. Based on information supplied by the Air 
Force, a Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for 
Contracting memorandum dated 28 November 2001 authorized the 
waiver of the limitations in the DFAR for definitization 
schedule and obligations for UCAs that support overseas 
operations. With this memorandum as justification, the Air 
Force has placed the fiscal year 2009 C-17 depot funding on a 
UCA which is still not definitized in the fourth quarter of the 
fiscal year even though the Air Force has obligated 89.7 
percent of the $1,118,679,167 not-to-exceed price. This 
rationale for the use of a undefinitized contracts for routine 
activities is abusive. The Committee directs the Secretary of 
the Air Force to address this situation within 30 days of 
enactment of this Act to include the cancellation of the 
November 2001 memorandum. The Committee further directs the Air 
Force to provide a detailed report to the congressional defense 
committees of all undefinitized UCA's in excess of $50,000,000 
within 30 days of enactment of this Act. The report shall 
include the date the UCA was initiated, the not-to-exceed 
price, the amount obligated on the UCA, and the planned date 
for definitization.
    While the Committee understands the need at times for 
programs to use this type of contracting mechanism, it appears 
that the Air Force has grossly abused it with respect to 
volume, value, and time to definitize. The Committee insists 
that the Air Force finalize all existing undefinitized contract 
actions in an expedited manner and to minimize the use of UCA's 
the future. To encourage a sense of urgency, the Committee has 
included a new proviso in the Aircraft Procurement, Air Force 
appropriating paragraph which specifies that for C-17 
procurement and modernization efforts funded with Aircraft 
Procurement, Air Force the obligation of fiscal year 2010 
procurement funds is prohibited until the existing UCA's are 
definitized. The Committee further directs the Undersecretary 
of Defense, Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (USD(AT&L;)) 
to review contracting procedures within the Air Force and 
provide a report to the congressional defense committees within 
90 days of enactment of this Act detailing a strategy to reduce 
current and minimize future undefinitized contracts in the Air 
Force.

                             C-17 AIRCRAFT

    The C-17 Globemaster III aircraft has been the supply and 
logistics workhorse of the ongoing overseas conflicts. This 
platform has been responsible for the airlift of more cargo and 
personnel than any other platform. In recognition of the 
platforms contributions to the Nation's security, the Committee 
provides an additional $674,100,000 for the procurement of 
three C-17 aircraft. The Committee recognizes that this is well 
below the minimum sustaining rate required for the production 
line. In an effort to avoid the extremely high costs associated 
with small production lots, the Committee's intent is that 
these aircraft be absorbed into the fiscal year 2009 production 
run that was funded from the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 
2009, to create a full production run funded over a two year 
period. The Committee intends that the pricing for these 
aircraft be consistent with the 2009 aircraft, using methods 
such as a fixed price option to the fiscal year 2009 production 
contract.

                  COMBAT SEARCH AND RESCUE HELICOPTERS

    The Committee recommends $140,000,000 for the procurement 
of five HH-60M helicopters lost in combat since 2001. With the 
April 6th termination by the Secretary of Defense of the much 
delayed Combat Search and Rescue program, it is apparent to the 
Committee that a continued delay in replacing aircraft lost in 
combat is not acceptable. Accordingly, the Committee directs 
the Department of the Air Force to pursue replacement aircraft 
based upon currently fielded capabilities leveraging existing 
multi-service solutions and modifying the aircraft with the 
appropriate mission equipment.
    Additionally, the Committee provides $81,000,000 for 
forward looking infrared radars to provide existing HH-60G 
helicopters with common obstacle/terrain avoidance capability 
during night or adverse weather conditions and hover cues 
during rescue hoist/insertion operations. Furthermore, the 
recommendation includes $20,200,000 for new .50 caliber machine 
guns to replace legacy .50 caliber machine guns.
    These investments continue the Committee's long standing 
commitment to combat search and rescue, building on its fiscal 
year 2007 appropriation of $99,000,000 which provided much 
needed upgrades to the HH-60G Pave Hawk aircraft.

                     MISSILE PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $5,442,428,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     6,300,728,000
Committee recommendation..............................     6,508,359,000
Change from budget request............................       207,631,000


    This appropriation provides for procurement, installation, 
and checkout of strategic ballistic and other missiles, 
modification of in-service missiles, and initial spares for 
missile systems. It also provides for operational space 
systems, boosters, payloads, drones, associated ground 
equipment, non-recurring maintenance of industrial facilities, 
machine tool modernization, and special program support.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                   EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE

    In the fiscal year 2009 Defense Appropriations Act, the 
National Reconnaissance Office's (NRO) 30 percent share of the 
Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) Launch Capability 
(ELC) funds was transferred to the Air Force; however, there 
was no language specifying any further action. It was, and 
remains, the Committee's intent to make the Air Force 
responsible for the ELC in its entirety.
    Consistent with the Explanatory Statement accompanying the 
fiscal year 2009 Appropriation Act, the Committee directs the 
transfer of the fiscal year 2010 NRO share of the ELC funds to 
the Air Force and directs that the Office of Management and 
Budget transfer the remaining ELC funds across the Future Years 
Defense Program from the NRO to the Air Force.
    The Committee is concerned that the Air Force has not 
established a robust process for managing content on the ELC 
contract. Therefore, the Committee directs the Air Force Space 
and Missile Systems Center, Launch and Ranges Wing, to 
establish a formal systems engineering process, which includes 
NRO as the functional manager for space launch for the 
Intelligence Community, as a voting member, in order to 
prioritize and manage all efforts encompassed by the ELC 
contract. In addition, the NRO will continue its space launch 
partnership with the Air Force as a voting member for ELC award 
fee determinations.

             MULTI-SATELLITE VEHICLE PROCUREMENT STRATEGIES

    The Committee is concerned about the space system 
procurement strategies currently being employed by the Air 
Force. The current strategies have driven up costs 
significantly due to production breaks, inefficient supply 
chain procurement, inefficient production flow, and delays 
recognizing the need to replenish obsolete material. The 
Committee is interested in exploring options that would help to 
mitigate those inefficiencies in future satellite and launch 
vehicle purchases.
    The Committee believes there are two space systems that 
show promise for multi-vehicle purchasing strategies, the 
Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) program and the Space 
Based Infrared Satellite (SBIRS) system. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force to provide the 
congressional defense committees with a five-year investment 
strategy for pursuing multi-vehicle purchase of the next block 
increment of the SBIRS highly elliptical orbit and 
geostationary orbit satellites and EELV systems by February 1, 
2010.

                  PROCUREMENT OF AMMUNITION, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $859,466,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       822,462,000
Committee recommendation..............................       809,941,000
Change from budget request............................       -12,521,000


    This appropriation finances the acquisition of ammunition, 
modifications, spares, weapons, and other ammunition-related 
items for the Air Force.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                      OTHER PROCUREMENT, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $16,052,569,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    17,293,141,000
Committee recommendation..............................    16,883,791,000
Change from budget request............................      -409,350,000


    This appropriation provides for the procurement of weapon 
systems and equipment other than aircraft and missiles. 
Included are vehicles, electronic and telecommunications 
systems for command and control of operational forces, and 
ground support equipment for weapon systems and supporting 
structure.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                       PROCUREMENT, DEFENSE-WIDE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $3,306,269,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     3,984,352,000
Committee recommendation..............................     4,036,816,000
Change from budget request............................        52,464,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the procurement, 
production, and modification of equipment, supplies, materials, 
and spare parts.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:


                    DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT PURCHASES





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $100,565,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................        38,246,000
Committee recommendation..............................        82,846,000
Change from budget request............................        44,600,000


    The Committee recommendation shall be distributed as 
follows:


                                TITLE IV

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    The fiscal year 2010 Department of Defense Research, 
Development, Test and Evaluation budget request totals 
$78,634,289,000. The table below summarizes the budget estimate 
and the Committee's recommendations.


                  SMALL BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY INSERTION

    The Committee is well aware of the multitude of development 
problems experienced by numerous acquisition programs over the 
past several years. Although these problems have been caused by 
a variety of factors, the Committee believes that one 
significant factor is the rapid pace at which technology has 
been changing. The pace is so fast that the Department's 
acquisition programs have been unable to remain current. 
Therefore, the Committee is extremely supportive of initiatives 
that transform how weapons systems are developed and fielded. A 
good example of a transformational effort is the incorporation 
of open architecture technologies. Developing weapons systems 
with open architecture technologies allows these systems to 
keep pace with changing technologies and ultimately reduces the 
overall weapons system cost. Two years ago, the Committee began 
an initiative to tap into the innovative and creative processes 
that typify small business. The Navy in particular has been 
very aggressive in pursuing the benefits of small business 
innovation in the arena of open architecture. Since this 
initiative has been so successful, the recommendation provides 
an additional $80,000,000 for small business technology 
insertion, placed in various Army, Navy, and Defense-Wide 
research and development programs.

                 JOINT STRIKE FIGHTER ALTERNATE ENGINE

    The F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter program truly 
represents the Nation's future with respect to tactical 
aviation. The Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force plan to procure 
over 2,500 of these fifth generation stealthy aircraft and will 
fly them well into the future. The Department's original plan 
for the F-35 propulsion engine was to have two engine variants. 
Cost growth in other areas of the development program resulted 
in the Department abandoning the alternate engine program. 
Currently, all three variants of the F-35 aircraft will be 
powered by the same propulsion engine. Although this will make 
the logistics for the aircraft less complex, this practice 
presents problems. The Committee is extremely concerned that in 
the near future when the F-35 will comprise the majority of the 
Nation's tactical aircraft inventory any technical problems 
with the engine could theoretically ground the entire fleet of 
aircraft. If this situation were to arise in a time of crisis, 
the Commander-in-Chief's flexibility would be severely limited.
    Another area of concern for the Committee is the lack of 
competition for the Joint Strike Fighter engine program. With 
over 2,500 aircraft envisioned for this program, the potential 
for cost savings through an engine competition is enormous. The 
Committee is aware that the Department conducted a business 
case analysis that compared the cost of the program of record 
(sole source engine provider) to a program using a dual source 
strategy for the engine program. The business case concluded 
that the costs of the two programs were essentially the same. 
Since the Congress has put several hundred million dollars into 
the development of an alternate engine program since this 
business case was published, the Committee is puzzled by the 
Department's decision to not fund the alternate engine. With 
the majority of the upfront development cost having been sunk 
into the program, it seems clear that from this point forward 
the dual source strategy is the most cost effective method to 
acquire the propulsion engine for the Joint Strike Fighter. 
Therefore, the recommendation provides an additional 
$430,000,000 for the continued development of the alternate 
engine and $130,000,000 for alternate engine production costs 
for a total of $560,000,000 above the request for the alternate 
engine program. Further, since a dual source engine strategy is 
the most cost effective method for acquiring engines from this 
point forward, the Secretary of Defense is directed to include 
funding for the alternate engine program in future budget 
requests.

                    EXECUTIVE AGENCY FOR ENERGETICS

    The Committee is aware that executive agents can add 
bureaucracy and, in the absence of carefully considered 
responsibilities and authorities, detract from the efficiency 
of the Department of Defense. The Committee is also aware that 
the Services of the Department of Defense are well coordinated, 
through the Office of the Secretary of Defense, with the 
Department of Energy which has led to tremendous progress in 
the last decade advancing the state of energetics and 
revitalizing the energetics research and development workforce. 
Accordingly, the Committee directs that no funds be expended 
for the creation of a new Executive Agent or Executive Director 
for Advanced Energetics. The Committee recommends that the 
Department of Defense capitalize on existing best practices 
within the individual Services to advance the state of the 
energetics field to better meet the needs of the joint 
warfighter.

                         SPECIAL INTEREST ITEMS

    Items for which additional funds have been provided as 
shown in the project level tables or in paragraphs using the 
phrase ``only for'' or ``only to'' in this report are 
congressional interest items for the purpose of the Base for 
Reprogramming (DD 1414). Each of these items must be carried on 
the DD Form 1414 at the stated amount, specifically addressed 
in the conference report. These items remain special interest 
items whether or not they are repeated in a subsequent 
conference report.

            REPROGRAMMING GUIDANCE FOR ACQUISITION ACCOUNTS

    The Committee directs the Department of Defense to continue 
to follow the reprogramming guidance specified in the report 
accompanying the House version of the fiscal year 2006 
Department of Defense Appropriations Bill (H.R.109-110). 
Specifically, the dollar threshold for reprogramming funds will 
remain at $20,000,000 for procurement, and $10,000,000 for 
research, development, test and evaluation. The Department 
shall continue to follow the limitation that prior approval 
reprogrammings are set at either the specified dollar threshold 
or 20 percent of the procurement or research, development, test 
and evaluation line, whichever is less. These thresholds are 
cumulative. Therefore, if the combined value of transfers into 
or out of a procurement (P-1) or research, development, test 
and evaluation (R-1) line exceed the identified threshold, the 
Department of Defense must submit a prior approval 
reprogramming to the congressional defense committees. In 
addition, guidelines on the application of prior approval 
reprogramming procedures for congressional special interest 
items are established elsewhere in this report.

                  REPROGRAMMING REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee directs the Under Secretary of Defense, 
Comptroller, to continue to provide the congressional defense 
committees quarterly, spreadsheet-based DD 1416 reports for 
service and defense-wide accounts in titles III and IV of this 
Act as required in the statement of the managers accompanying 
the Conference report on the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2006.

            RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, ARMY




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $12,060,111,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    10,438,218,000
Committee recommendation..............................    11,151,884,000
Change from budget request............................       713,666,000


    This appropriation finances the research, development, test 
and evaluation activities of the Department of the Army. The 
total amount recommended in the bill will provide the following 
program in fiscal year 2010:


                         FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS

    On April 6, 2009 the Secretary of Defense announced a 
restructure of the Army Future Combat Systems (FCS). The 
restructured program will expand the spin out of technology 
enhancements for all Army combat brigades and cancel the manned 
ground vehicle component of the program. On June 23, 2009, the 
Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and 
Logistics) directed that due to the directive language found in 
Section 8085 of the Consolidated Security, Disaster Assistance, 
and Continuing Appropriations Act, 2009 pertaining to the 
independent development and fielding of the Non-Line of Sight 
Cannon component, work on the cannon component would be stopped 
but not terminated. However, the Committee has not retained 
this language in this bill, relieving the Army from the 
management and production requirements related to the Non-Line 
of Sight Cannon. Also, on June 23, 2009, the Under Secretary of 
Defense published a Future Combat Systems (FCS) Brigade Combat 
Team (BCT) Acquisition Decision Memorandum which cancels the 
FCS Brigade Combat Team acquisition program; holds the Non-Line 
of Sight Cannon component in a stop work status; and 
transitions to integrated acquisition programs that will spin 
out equipment sets to seven brigades; proceed with a brigade 
modernization effort to develop, produce and field unmanned 
systems, sensors and the communications network; and explore 
development of new ground combat vehicles.
    The Committee supports the Army's efforts to promptly field 
proven advances in technology to all combat brigades while 
refocusing efforts to modernize the equipment in brigade combat 
teams. The Committee supports Army efforts to harvest 
technology from the current manned ground vehicle program, and 
work with the Marine Corps to identify capability gaps and 
lessons learned from recent combat operations. The budget 
request proposes $2,553,042,000 for FCS research, development, 
test and evaluation and $327,921,000 in procurement funding; in 
all $2,880,963,000. The Committee recommends $2,669,963,000, as 
requested for FCS lines with the exception of the Non-Line of 
Sight Cannon and Manned Ground Vehicles, as discussed below.

                        NON-LINE OF SIGHT CANNON

    The budget request proposed $58,216,000 for termination of 
the Future Combat Systems (FCS) Non-Line of Sight Cannon 
program. The Committee is aware that as of the end of April 
2009 the program had approximately $236,500,000 in unexecuted 
fiscal year 2009 procurement and research, development, test 
and evaluation funding. Additionally, the Committee understands 
that the basis for the request for termination funding was 
uncertain and preliminary. Therefore, the Committee recommends 
funding of $31,216,000 for termination costs, a reduction of 
$27,000,000 below the budget request.
    The Committee bill has not retained the directive language 
found in Section 8085 of The Consolidated Security, Disaster 
Assistance, and continuing Appropriations Act, 2009 pertaining 
to the independent development and fielding of the Non-Line of 
Sight Cannon component.

              FUTURE COMBAT SYSTEMS MANNED GROUND VEHICLES

    The budget request proposed $368,557,000 for termination of 
the Future Combat Systems Manned Ground Vehicle component. 
However, the Committee is aware that as of the end of April 
2009 the program had approximately $740,000,000 in unexecuted 
fiscal year 2009 funds available. The Committee believes that a 
significant portion of termination requirements should be 
funded with available funding. The Committee recommends 
$184,557,000 for termination costs, a reduction of $184,000,000 
below the budget request.

                         MANNED GROUND VEHICLE

    The budget request proposed $100,000,000 for a new Manned 
Ground Vehicle Program which is intended to capture the design 
effort and technological advances from the Future Combat 
Systems Manned Ground Vehicle component for leverage in a 
follow on program. The Committee is aware of the Army's desire 
to proceed quickly with the new Manned Ground Vehicle program; 
however, the Committee believes the estimate of funding 
required to initiate the effort is uncertain and accordingly, 
the Committee recommends funding of $50,000,000, a reduction of 
$50,000,000 below the request.

                     AEROSTAT JOINT PROGRAM OFFICE

    The budget request proposed $360,076,000 for the Aerostat 
Joint Program Office. However, the Joint Land Attack Cruise 
Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System Development and 
Demonstration (SDD) program has been delayed 12 months, 
extending the SDD effort into fiscal year 2011. The Committee 
recommends funding of $288,076,000, a reduction of $72,000,000 
below the request.

                    TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS

    The budget request proposed $202,521,000 for Tactical 
Unmanned Aerial Systems research, development, test and 
evaluation. The Committee notes the ever increasing demand for 
Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance products 
provided by unmanned aerial vehicles, including the Shadow and 
Predator series aircraft. In recognition of this requirement, 
the Congress in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 fully 
funded the requested amount for procurement of Tactical 
Unmanned Aerial Systems and provided $80,000,000 in additional 
funding to enhance and accelerate capabilities. The Committee 
strongly supports advances in Intelligence, Surveillance, and 
Reconnaissance capability, but the Committee is concerned that 
the program growth proposed for fiscal year 2010 above the 
fiscal year 2009 appropriated amount of $104,276,000 is 
unjustified and recommends funding of $172,521,000, a reduction 
of $30,000,000.

   ARMY RESEARCH LABORATORY SMALL BUSINESS SPECIAL OPERATIONS FORCES 
                          TECHNOLOGY INSERTION

    The Committee recommends $10,000,000 only for the Army 
Research Laboratory to establish a small business technology 
insertion program, using the Navy's very successful SBIR 
technology insertion contracting approach, to identify 
technologies developed under the Army Research Laboratory SBIR 
program for Army Special Operations Forces and insert them into 
Army programs of record to reduce acquisition and operating 
costs. The program should identify advanced SBIR technologies 
developed in small numbers for the Special Operations Forces 
that can either be accelerated and/or broadened for use in the 
Army's weapon system development programs for active and 
reserve forces.

            RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, NAVY





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $19,764,276,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    19,270,932,000
Committee recommendation..............................    20,197,300,000
Change from budget request............................       926,368,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the research, 
development, test and evaluation activities of the Department 
of the Navy, which includes the Marine Corps. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                          BONE MARROW REGISTRY

    The Committee has included $31,500,000 for the Department 
of the Navy, to be administered by the C.W. Bill Young Marrow 
Donor Recruitment and Research Program, also known as and 
referred to within the Naval Medical Research Center as the 
Bone Marrow Registry. Funds appropriated for the C.W. Bill 
Young Marrow Donor Recruitment and Research Program shall 
remain available only for the purposes for which they were 
appropriated and may only be obligated for the C.W. Bill Young 
Marrow Program. This Department of Defense donor center has 
recruited more than 525,000 Department of Defense volunteers, 
and provides more marrow donors per week than any other donor 
center in the Nation. More than 3,360 servicemembers and other 
Department volunteers from this donor center have provided 
marrow to save the lives of patients. The success of this 
national and international life-saving program for military and 
civilian patients, which now includes more than 7,500,000 
potential volunteer donors is admirable. Further, the agencies 
involved in contingency planning are encouraged to continue to 
include the C.W. Bill Young Marrow Donor Recruitment and 
Research Program in the development and testing of their 
contingency plans. The Department of Defense form (DD Form 
1414) shall show this as a congressional interest item. The 
Department is further directed to release all the funds 
appropriated for this purpose to the C.W. Bill Young Marrow 
Donor Recruitment and Research Program within 60 days of the 
enactment of this Act.

                     VH-71 PRESIDENTIAL HELICOPTER

    The Committee has included $400,000,000 above the 
President's request to make the five Increment I VH-71 
Presidential helicopters operational. Although the Navy would 
not respond to the Committee regarding costs to operationalize 
the previously purchased five aircraft, the Future Year's 
Defense Plan for fiscal year 2009 proposed $328,000,000 for 
fiscal year 2010 and $140,000,000 in fiscal year 2011 to 
complete testing and outfitting to make the aircraft 
operational.
    The Navy has invested over $3,200,000,000 in the VH-71 
Presidential helicopter program. On April 6, 2009, the 
Secretary of Defense announced the cancellation of the program. 
To date, the Navy has provided no plan for the disposition of 
the five aircraft that were intended to provide interim service 
in the Presidential helicopter fleet due to the age of the 
current fleet. If these aircraft are not made operational, the 
previously appropriated funds will have been wasted.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit a 
report on progress toward making the five Increment I VH-71 
Presidential helicopters operational. The report shall be 
submitted to the congressional defense committees no later than 
30 days after the enactment of this Act.

                     EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTING VEHICLE

    The budget request proposed $293,466,000 for the continued 
development of the Marine Corps' Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle 
(EFV). The Committee notes that the Secretary of Defense 
statement regarding program cancellations reiterated that the 
``department . . . must stop programs that significantly exceed 
their budget'' and ``modernization goals should be tied to the 
actual and prospective capabilities of known future 
adversaries--not by what might be technologically feasible for 
a potential adversary given unlimited time and resources.'' 
Research and development cost estimates for the EFV increased 
from $1,500,000,000 in 2000 to $3,600,000,000 in 2009, 
according to the Government Accountability Office, and per-
vehicle costs have increased from $8,000,000 to $23,000,000, 
while the number of vehicles to be procured was reduced by one-
half.
    The Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle has experienced cost 
growth, schedule slips and technical issues throughout its 
development cycle. Given the nearly 15 years and billions of 
dollars invested in the EFV program, the Committee has serious 
reservations whether the program will ever meet a standard for 
completion, with initial operational capability now projected 
at 2015, and full operational capability now projected at 2025. 
Therefore, the recommendation reduces the request by 
$50,000,000.

         RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, AIR FORCE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $27,084,340,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    27,992,827,000
Committee recommendation..............................    27,976,278,000
Change from budget request............................       -16,549,000


    This appropriation finances the research, development, test 
and evaluation activities of the Department of the Air Force. 
The total amount recommended in the bill will provide the 
following program in fiscal year 2010:


              AERIAL REFUELING TANKER REPLACEMENT PROGRAM

    The Committee firmly believes that the Department must act 
promptly to recapitalize the aging Air Force aerial refueling 
fleet. The Department's current program has been beset with 
countless setbacks, from allegations of corruption to a protest 
of the previous source selection decision. In the meantime, our 
nation's aerial refueling tankers continue to age, with the 
average age of a KC-135 being almost 50 years old today. The 
aerial refueling replacement program (KC-X, KC-Y and KC-Z) 
plans to procure between 12 and 15 aircraft per year to 
eventually replace the current fleet of 513 aircraft. This 
method of recapitalization will take decades to complete, with 
the current fleet of Eisenhower-era tankers being 80 years old 
by the time the last legacy aircraft is retired. During this 
period, the Air Force will invest billions of taxpayer dollars 
in maintenance of an ever aging and increasingly unreliable 
fleet. Based on studies conducted by the Department of Defense, 
total fleet costs are anticipated to increase from $2.1 billion 
per year to $3 billion per year by 2040 due to increasing depot 
maintenance and forecasted modernization programs in avionics 
and aircraft systems. Additionally, the Department anticipates 
depot maintenance costs increasing from $320,000,000 to 
$1,100,000,000 in 2040 due to aging aircraft related 
maintenance. Never in the history of our Nation has the 
military purposely planned to maintain aircraft past 50 years, 
much less 80 years of operation so even these estimates may 
understate the actual cost. In addition to the cost of 
maintaining the aging tanker fleet, the cost per flying hour of 
a new tanker is almost half the cost of the existing fleet. The 
lower cost per flying hour alone will save the taxpayer 
$1,795,500,000 per year for a fleet of 513 aircraft (current 
total aircraft inventory) or $3,500,000 per plane per year 
replaced.
    To address these concerns, the Committee recommendation 
includes a general provision providing $439,615,000 and the 
option for choosing one vendor or dual sourcing for the aerial 
refueling Tanker replacement program. Along with this 
authority, the Committee believes that it is in the best 
interest of the taxpayer to pursue recapitalization at a rate 
of 36 aircraft per year vice 12 or 15 aircraft. This quantity 
will allow for recapitalization in one-third the time and thus 
allow for a rapid retirement of the current KC-135 aircraft. 
This plan will result in avoiding a large sustainment and 
modernization cost of the legacy KC-135 fleet by allowing them 
to retire earlier than is currently programmed. Additionally, 
having more than one aircraft provider will allow for 
competition to help control the procurement cost, promote cost 
reduction measures, and allow for a faster aircraft replacement 
rate.
    Further, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to, 
prior to the release of a draft or final request for proposal 
soliciting bids for an aerial tanker replacement aircraft, 
submit a report to the congressional defense committees that 
includes a description of key mission requirement and 
performance parameters that will be used as the basis for 
determining the key selection criteria in the source selection 
process; a full and complete characterization and definition of 
``best value''; a description of the process that the 
Department of Defense intends to use to ensure open, balanced 
and transparent communications with potential offerors; and a 
full description of the corrections made to the source 
selection process that addresses the issues raised by the 
Government Accountability Office in its ``Statement Regarding 
the Bid Protest Decision Resolving the Aerial Refueling Tanker 
Protest by the Boeing Company, B311344 et. al, June 18, 2008''.

                  COMMON VERTICAL LIFT SUPPORT PROGRAM

    The request includes $9,513,000 for the Common Vertical 
Lift Support Program to address vertical lift support for 
nuclear weapon convoy escort, emergency security response and 
other missions. This program was initiated as a new start in 
fiscal year 2009 to study the recapitalization of the Air Force 
H-1 Helicopter fleet with plans for a commercial-off-the-shelf 
platform with initial operational capability in fiscal year 
2013. Estimates provided by the Air Force indicate that the 
average procurement unit cost will be approximately 
$60,000,000. This estimate is far greater than the costs for 
platforms similar to H-1 helicopters currently in production 
with the Army, Navy and Marine Corps. The Committee recommends 
$2,000,000 for program management support for the Common 
Vertical Lift Support Program and urges the Air Force to pursue 
programs currently in production with other Services to address 
their requirements instead of pursuing a costly new development 
program.

                        BOMBER CREW SAFETY STUDY

    The Committee has provided an additional $1,200,000 for the 
Air Force to conduct a B-52H seat re-engineering study to 
improve the capabilities of the current seat. The study should 
provide a plan for improving existing seats or equipping the 
aircraft with the newest technology resulting in significant 
performance and safety improvements and commonality with other 
aircraft in the Air Force fleet such as the T-38, T-6 and the 
F-35.

                       JOINT STARS DEMONSTRATION

    The Committee has directed the permanent transfer of a 
SYERS-3 sensor to the Air Force for completion of the SYERS 
Demonstration Program initiated in the Defense Appropriations 
Act, 2008. The Committee directs that the Air Force notify the 
congressional defense committees upon formal receipt of the 
sensor and expects that this transfer of ownership will 
expedite completion of the demonstration program. In addition, 
the Committee directs that the Air Force submit a written 
report to the congressional defense committees on the results 
of the demonstration program, and any proposed future use of 
the SYERS-3 sensor in any Air Force program, not later than 30 
days after completion of the demonstration.

          EVOLVED EXPENDABLE LAUNCH VEHICLE SUSTAINMENT PLANS

    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force, in 
consultation with the Director of the National Reconnaissance 
Office, to submit an Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) 
sustainment plan to the congressional defense committees by 
January 4, 2010. This plan should include time-phased actions 
necessary to sustain the EELV program until 2030. It should 
also include the actions to insure that EELV launch 
capabilities and industrial base are maintained. In addition, 
the plan should include a roadmap for the infusion of new 
technology as well as increased reliability, maintainability 
and producibility of Pre-Planned Product Improvement efforts.
    In particular, the state of the liquid rocket propulsion 
industrial base should be addressed in the plan. The report 
should identify the minimum level of investments and areas of 
technology development required to ensure the United States has 
a robust and viable liquid rocket engine industrial base beyond 
2015 with focus on upper stage engine development. The report 
should identify technology development areas and annual funding 
requirements to support these technology areas.
    In addition to the EELV sustainment plan, the Committee 
directs the Department of Defense's Cost Assessment and Program 
Evaluation group to perform a follow-up assessment of the 
United Launch Alliance merger and assess the status of the 
projected cost savings suggested at the time of the merger.

                30-YEAR SPACE SYSTEM INVESTMENT STRATEGY

    The Committee is concerned that there is no clear path for 
space system investment. The Committee strongly believes that 
an annual long-range plan for space system investment will 
provide a necessary roadmap for future government and 
industrial base investments. The Committee envisions this long-
range plan be structured like the Annual Long-Range Plan for 
Construction of Naval Vessels. Similarly, this plan should 
contain information on the research, development, test and 
evaluation, as well as, the procurement, including schedule and 
funding profiles, for all Department of Defense and 
Intelligence Community National Security Space Systems, 
including ground systems for the next 30 years.
    The Committee also expects the plan to include individual 
acquisition plans that provide descriptions of the programs and 
how these systems will meet the national security needs 
described in the most recent Quadrennial Defense Review and 
Space Posture Review. The report should also include the 
estimated levels of annual funding necessary to carry out the 
programs as well as a discussion of the acquisition strategies 
on which such estimated levels of annual funding are based to 
include both military and national intelligence funding.
    Because the long-range space investment strategy is 
dependent on the state of the space industrial base, the 
Committee recommends the Department of Defense Cost Assessment 
and Program Evaluation (CAPE) office continue with the current 
studies and projects on the Space Industrial Base and begin 
other industrial base analysis efforts such as shipbuilding.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of the Air Force and 
the Director of the National Reconnaissance Office, in 
coordination with the Secretary of Defense and the Director of 
National Intelligence, to deliver the 30-year Space System 
Investment Strategy to the congressional defense and 
intelligence committees by March 1, 2010. As necessary, the 
report should contain a classified appendix.
    Finally, the Committee also recognizes that good planning 
requires good budgeting and oversight mechanisms. For the past 
two years, the Committee has directed the Secretary of Defense 
to create a major force program category for space. The 
Committee expects that the space major force program will be 
implemented by the submission of the fiscal year 2011 budget.

  OPERATIONALLY RESPONSIVE SPACE FULL COST AND PERFORMANCE ACCOUNTING

    Operationally Responsive Space (ORS) proposals are 
currently not evaluated using Department of Defense oversight 
mechanisms for assessing cost, schedule and performance as it 
relates to requirements and investment strategies. The 
Committee directs that all current and future ORS projects be 
independently assessed as it pertains to performance against 
validated Joint Requirements Oversight Council or Mission 
Requirements Board requirements to assess the proposed 
capabilities in relation to current acquisitions, existing 
material solutions, laboratory initiatives, and tactics, 
techniques and procedures. In addition, these proposals should 
also be independently assessed by the Department's Cost 
Assessment and Program Evaluation group for cost and schedule 
reliability.

   NATIONAL POLAR-ORBITING OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE SYSTEM

    The Committee remains concerned that the memorandum of 
agreement (MOA) signed December 18, 2008 is not being adhered 
to by the National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental 
Satellite System (NPOESS) Executive Committee participants. 
Therefore, the Committee directs that none of the funds made 
available to the Department of Defense for the NPOESS program 
shall be obligated or expended until the Undersecretary of 
Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics certifies in 
writing to the congressional defense committees that the NPOESS 
program is being managed in compliance with the Department of 
Defense 5000-series acquisition guidelines and that the 
participants are complying with the MOA signed on December 18, 
2008. The Committee also expects the Department's Cost Analysis 
and Program Evaluation group to perform an updated independent 
review of the program cost estimate and schedule profile.

        RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE-WIDE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation.......................    $21,423,338,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request......................     20,741,542,000
Committee recommendation.............................     20,721,723,000
Change from budget request...........................        -19,819,000


    The appropriation provides funds for the research, 
development, test and evaluation activities of the Department 
of the Defense for defense-wide activities. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


 HISTORICALLY BLACK COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES AND MINORITY INSTITUTIONS

    The budget request proposed $15,164,000 for Historically 
Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institutions 
(HBCU/MI). On February 6, 2009, a Federal Court of Appeals 
decision ruled that the HBCU account was unconstitutional. The 
``Rothe'' decision on 10 USC 2323 ended the program when it 
ruled that 2323 was unconstitutional in its entirety. The 
program is contingent upon an appeal by the Department of 
Justice and the Department of Defense or the enactment of new 
legislation that allows the Department of Defense HBCU/MI 
program to continue.
    In the absence of a final decision on the appeal, the 
Committee rescinds $34,457,000, the amount remaining from the 
fiscal year 2009 appropriation, and appropriates $49,621,000, 
an amount equal to the amount rescinded, plus the amount 
proposed in the budget request, plus an additional $9,400,000 
recommended by the Committee. In total, the Committee 
recommendation for HBCU/MI is $65,521,000.

     VOICE ANALYSIS FOR TRUTH VERIFICATION AND DETECTION OF DECEIT

    The Secretary of Defense shall provide a report to the 
congressional defense committees on memos, letters, and After 
Action Field Reports supporting the use of security level 
technologies designed for truth verification and detection of 
deceit through voice analysis. The report shall be submitted 
not later than 90 days after enactment of this Act.

               DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY

    The Committee has included $3,048,054,000 for the Defense 
Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which is a decrease 
of $200,000,000 from the fiscal year 2010 request and a 
decrease of $81,970,000 from the amount appropriated in fiscal 
year 2009. Based on historic under execution in several program 
elements, the Committee has reduced this funding level.

    MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY REPORTING REQUIREMENTS AND JUSTIFICATION 
                               MATERIALS

    The budget justification provided by the Missile Defense 
Agency (MDA) continues to be insufficient to conduct proper 
oversight of MDA's programs. However, the Committee commends 
the Agency for establishing the two new procurement lines that 
were created in Public Law 110-369 and anticipates additional 
adjustments to budget documentation to include an operation and 
maintenance account in fiscal year 2011 and beyond. MDA 
programs have historically changed significantly from the time 
the budget is submitted to the time funding is appropriated, 
making it extremely difficult to understand what is actually in 
the budget on an annual basis. The justification materials must 
provide more detailed schedules, quantities, and break-outs of 
funding for each activity. MDA is directed to report according 
to the existing acquisition laws to improve accountability and 
transparency of the programs.

               BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE TEST AND TARGETS

    In December 2008, the Director of the Missile Defense 
Agency initiated a review of the entire Ballistic Missile 
Defense test program. The Integrated Master Test Plan's primary 
purpose is to establish and document the executable test 
baseline program for fiscal years 2010 through 2015 including 
testing beyond fiscal year 2015 to satisfy critical engagement 
conditions and empirical measurement events data collection 
requirements. To date the Integrated Master Test Plan has 
neither been approved by the Missile Defense Agency, Joint 
Interoperability Test Command, Joint Functional Component 
Command-Integrated Missile Defense, nor the Army, Navy or Air 
Force Operational Test and Evaluation Centers. The Committee is 
aware and concerned that a test scheduled for fiscal year 2010 
has already slipped to the first quarter of fiscal year 2011 
and that target synchronization with the test schedule remains 
an open issue. Therefore, the Committee has reduced the budget 
request by $26,000,000 for a total of $940,752,000 available in 
fiscal year 2010. Finally, of the funding provided, 
$470,376,000 shall not be available for obligation until the 
Director of the Missile Defense Agency provides notification of 
its intent to obligate any additional funding above 
$470,376,000 and receives prior approval of the congressional 
defense committees.

              ISRAELI MISSILE DEFENSE COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS

    The Committee has provided an additional $82,800,000 for a 
total of $202,434,000 for Israeli Missile Defense Cooperative 
Programs and supports efforts to develop an upper-tier follow-
on to the Arrow Weapons System. After numerous changes to the 
requirements of the program, the United States and Israel 
continue to move forward in the development of the Arrow-3 
Interceptor. The Committee understands that the Department is 
currently discussing the project agreement with the Israeli 
Ministry of Defense to make certain that the agreement will 
contain clear knowledge points and a schedule that will outline 
the development of the program. Once an agreement has been 
reached, the Committee directs the Department to submit a 
report to the congressional defense committees not later than 
January 29, 2010, that outlines the agreed knowledge points, 
schedule and an assessment of whether the program is currently 
meeting the outlined milestones.

                    AEGIS BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE

    The Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) system is the 
first mobile, global, deployable and proven capability that can 
destroy missiles both above and within the atmosphere as well 
as providing a forward-deployed surveillance capability in 
support of homeland defense. However, the Committee is 
concerned that there are large unobligated and unexpended 
balances and that two tests planned, FTM-16 and FTX-08, have 
the potential to slip into the first quarter of fiscal year 
2011. Additionally, within the budget request six additional 
ships are to be upgraded for BMD operations. However the 
configuration for the upgrades has yet to be determined, and 
the Block 5.2 Aegis BMD will incorporate a new missile type 
which still needs to be determined. Therefore, the Committee 
reduces the budget request by $50,000,000.

             SPACE TRACKING AND SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM (STSS)

    It is premature for the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) to 
move forward with a follow-on STSS constellation until after a 
successful launch and thorough analysis of the STSS 
demonstrator data. Therefore, the Committee reduces the fiscal 
year 2010 request by $20,000,000 and directs MDA to provide a 
detailed report to the congressional defense committees not 
later than 30 days after a successful launch of both satellites 
has been completed.

                       KINETIC ENERGY INTERCEPTOR

    The Committee is aware that the Kinetic Energy Interceptor 
(KEI) has completed research and development of certain 
technologies and that the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) is 
determining how to make the best use of the current 
technologies and their technical worth as well as the possible 
benefits of integrating these developments with other MDA 
programs. Therefore, the Committee has provided $80,000,000 to 
enable the continuation of the program and the leveraging of 
KEI products and expertise for early intercept capability and 
other missile defense applications.

                         SEA-BASED X-BAND RADAR

    The mission of the Sensors Program is to efficiently 
develop, acquire, test, field and operate an integrated sensor 
enterprise. However, the Committee is concerned that there are 
large unobligated and unexpended balances after fiscal year 
2009, the first year of execution for the program element. The 
Committee is also concerned that GTD-04 has already slipped to 
the first quarter of fiscal year 2011. Therefore, the Committee 
has reduced the Sea-Based X-Band Radar request by $13,000,000.

                    GROUND BASED MID-COURSE DEFENSE

    The Committee is concerned with the uncertainty of the 
Missile Defense Agency's (MDA) plans regarding Ground Based 
Mid-Course Defense (GMD). MDA currently plans to maintain a 30 
missile fleet instead of a 44 missile fleet as indicated in 
previous budget submissions. MDA estimates that emplacement of 
the 30 Ground Based Interceptors, plus testing and 
refurbishment, would actually require a total of 54 
interceptors. With only 44 missiles currently under contract, 
the Committee is concerned that, without knowledge of the 
Department's position on GMD in fiscal year 2011 and beyond, 
this could cause a break in the production line which would 
increase any funding requirements in future budget submissions.
    The Committee is concerned that MDA has not sufficiently 
addressed future requirements for GMD and therefore directs MDA 
to provide an unclassified report within 30 days of enactment 
of this Act that specifies what is needed in order to continue 
the industrial base. The report should include recommendations 
from the prime contractor and a discussion of MDA's Analysis of 
Alternatives based on U.S. Northern Command's ballistic missile 
defense study provided to MDA in October 2008.

                OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $188,772,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       190,770,000
Committee recommendation..............................       190,770,000
Change from budget request............................             - - -


    The appropriation provides funds for the research, 
development, test and evaluation activities of the Department 
of the Defense for defense-wide activities. The total amount 
recommended in the bill will provide the following program in 
fiscal year 2010:


                                TITLE V

                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS

                     DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUNDS




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,489,234,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,455,004,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,455,004,000
Change from budget request............................               ---


    This appropriation finances, through the receipt of funded 
reimbursable orders, the operation of industrial, commercial 
and support-type activities such as depot maintenance, supply 
operations, distribution depots, transportation services, Navy 
research, finance and accounting services, information systems 
and telecommunication services. Working capital fund accounts 
use cost accounting and business management techniques to 
provide managers with information that can be used to monitor, 
control, and minimize costs of operations.

                     NATIONAL DEFENSE SEALIFT FUND




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,666,572,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,642,758,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,692,758,000
Change from budget request............................        50,000,000


    This appropriation provides funds for the lease, operation, 
and supply of pre-positioning ships, operation of the Ready 
Reserve Force, and acquisition of ships for the Military 
Sealift Command, the Ready Reserve Force, and the Marine Corps.

                EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Budget     Committee   Change from
                                     request    recommended     request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Strategic Ship Acquisition.......    1,089,902    1,089,902  ...........
Mobilization Assets..............      199,595      199,595  ...........
Strategic Sealift Support........        4,794        4,794  ...........
Sealift Research and Development.       72,983       72,983  ...........
Ready Reserve Force Operations         275,484      275,484  ...........
 and Maintenance.................
Maritime Administration Ship                 0       50,000       50,000
 Financing Guarantee Program.....
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                 SHIP FINANCING LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM

    The Ship Financing Loan Guarantee Program administered by 
the Maritime Administration provides an effective means to 
stimulate the domestic shipbuilding industrial base. The 
recommendation provides $50,000,000 for the ship financing loan 
guarantee program. The Secretary of the Navy is directed to 
work in conjunction with the Administrator of the Maritime 
Administration to ensure this funding is used for the loan 
guarantee program established under chapter 537 of title 46, 
United States Code.

                     DEFENSE COALITION SUPPORT FUND




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................             - - -
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       $22,000,000
Committee recommendation..............................                 0
Change from budget request............................       -22,000,000


    The Committee provides no funding for a new appropriation 
to finance the acquisition of defense articles and defense 
services in anticipation of their temporary use or transfer to 
eligible foreign countries and international organizations, 
including the support of coalition or international military 
stability or counter-terrorism operations. Funding for this 
purpose is included in title IX under ``Operation and 
Maintenance, Defense-Wide''.
                                TITLE VI

                  OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS

                         DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................   $25,825,832,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................    27,903,163,000
Committee recommendation..............................    29,891,109,000
Change from the budget request........................     1,987,946,000


    This appropriation funds the Defense Health Program of the 
Department of Defense. The total amount recommended in the bill 
will provide the following program in fiscal year 2010:


            DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM DIRECT (OR IN-HOUSE) CARE

    The Department of Defense created the ``efficiency wedge'' 
to enable the Services to receive funding for increasing work 
load that returned to the Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs). 
The Committee is concerned that the Navy and Air Force are not 
properly executing the efficiency wedge reimbursement and, 
therefore, are not accurately budgeting for MTF costs. The Navy 
and Air Force only used a small portion of the efficiency wedge 
for the Direct Care Budget Activity Group (BAG) while 
disseminating the majority of the funding to other BAGs, 
research and development and military construction. This 
demonstrates a lack of use of the MTFs by the Navy and Air 
Force with more reliance on outside provided health care for 
their populations. The Committee directs the Assistant 
Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs to review whether or 
not the efficiency wedge should be continued as a mechanism for 
reimbursement in fiscal year 2011 and beyond. The Assistant 
Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs should report on the 
findings of this review within 30 days of enactment of this 
Act.
    In addition, the Committee directs the Department of 
Defense to review budget execution data for all of the Defense 
Health Program accounts and to adequately reflect changes to 
the budget activities requested by the Services in future 
budget submission beginning in fiscal year 2011 and beyond.

                     PRIVATE SECTOR CARE SHORTFALL

    The Committee has been briefed on the funding shortfall 
that exists in the fiscal year 2009 Private Sector Care Budget 
Activity Group (BAG) for which the Department is using allowed 
operation and maintenance carryover and prior approval 
reprogramming authority to correct. The Committee has been made 
aware of a similar shortfall in fiscal year 2010. The shortfall 
is due to a workload increase for the Army, increased usage by 
Active Duty, Reserve Components and their dependents, in 
conjunction with the current economic situation and the lack of 
pharmaceutical rebates collected by the Department for federal 
pricing. The beneficiary population for TRICARE is currently 
9.5 million beneficiaries while the budget is based on a 9.2 
million beneficiary population. Therefore, the Committee has 
provided an additional $1,281,716,000 to the Private Sector 
Care BAG to help alleviate the shortfall in anticipation of the 
Department collecting the $1,000,000,000 in rebates that are 
currently owed. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense 
to report to the congressional defense committees by August 30, 
2009, on the status of additional rebates that have been 
collected.

                               CARRYOVER

    The Committee has provided two percent carryover for 
operation and maintenance funding for fiscal year 2010 and 
directs the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs 
to submit a detailed spend plan for fiscal year 2009 designated 
carryover funds to the congressional defense committees 30 days 
after enactment of this Act. Given the complex nature of the 
Defense Health Program, the Committee expects the Department of 
Defense and the Office of Management and Budget to be fiscally 
responsible in budgeting for the Defense Health Program and 
coordinate required justification material submitted to 
Congress.

            TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH

    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and psychological health 
issues have emerged as a significant cause of death to the 
warfighters in Iraq and Afghanistan. Whether mild, moderate or 
severe brain injury, the level of assessment and standard of 
care provided to the warfighter is in need of enhancement. 
Diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation must be at a level to 
ensure the best possible outcome. To this end, the bill 
includes $500,000,000, which is $127,800,000 above the budget 
request, to address all levels of brain injury and 
psychological health issues that servicemembers and their 
families experience.
    The Department provides specialized treatment and 
rehabilitation for brain injured troops, but much more is 
needed. The Department is expected to continue to provide the 
necessary care and treatment to servicemembers and their 
families. The vast majority of disabled troops will ultimately 
return to their home communities, which may be far removed from 
specialized centers. Therefore, the identification of local 
services is crucial to an appropriate rehabilitation plan. The 
Department of Defense Military Centers and the Department of 
Veterans Affairs should coordinate with civilian centers to 
guarantee that optimal treatments and assistance are available 
throughout the country.
    The Committee is aware of gaps within TBI and psychological 
treatment methods that need to be addressed. The Department is 
expected to continue working with the Department of Veterans 
Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, academia and 
industry to focus on the research and treatment necessary to 
address the gaps that have been identified.
    An area of particular interest is the provision of 
appropriate and accessible counseling to servicemembers and 
their families who live in locations that are not close to 
military treatment facilities, other Military Health System 
health facilities or TRICARE providers. Funding provided in 
this bill is also to be used for the development and operation 
of the Defense Center of Excellance (DCoE) and the various 
centers, programs and initiatives that fall within its purview 
and resources to support the service medical departments as 
they continue to build and expand their TBI and psychological 
health capacity through initiatives and supportive programs. 
Other initiatives, such as telehealth, clinical standards 
supporting TBI and psychological health, and training and 
education outreach should also be included.
    Funding has also been provided to continue medical research 
and development on TBI and psychological health. The following 
research topics are recommended for consideration under this 
program: therapeutic drug discovery; optical imaging of blood 
flow; headache disorders; research into neural prothesis; 
studies of mental health disorders and Post Traumatic Stress 
Disorder (PTSD) to include neuropsychiatric studies, 
biochemical mechanisms that underlie human emotional reactions 
to combat stress and resulting clinical disorders, metrics for 
mental health assessment and methods to evaluate and improve 
PTSD rehabilitation efforts; studies of Traumatic Brain Injury 
(TBI) including basic research on neural injury treatments, 
cell replacement and regrowth strategies, specific therapies to 
prevent and reverse spinal cord and other neuro-traumatic 
damage, pharmaceutical interventions to stimulate neural 
circuits, ``activity-based'' physical therapy, and extended 
rehabilitation focused on impairments in vision and cognitive 
functioning; clinical research of blast-related cell damage and 
the resulting effects on neurological response; 3D models of 
IED blast waves to develop equipment to mitigate injury to 
service members; a fully automated, self contained, disposable 
chip to diagnose TBI at the point of onset; DA-EEG assessment 
and MRI quantization to allow an accurate assessment of TBI; 
computational approaches to integrate global transcriptomics 
and proteomics information to indentify the biological networks 
altered following TBI; studies of PTSD and/or TBI including 
basic research in neurorehabilitation, the integration of 
informatics, and advanced computational research to analyze 
brain tissue and activities, the use of advanced neuroimaging, 
behavioral and genetic information to develop biomarkers, 
diagnostics, and treatments for semi-acute and chronic injury 
stages. Funding provided for research and development shall 
incorporate all aspects of research in the areas of TBI and 
psychological health by conducting basic science and 
translational research for the purposes of understanding the 
etiology, developing preventive interventions and new 
treatments, and evaluating the outcomes to arrive at best-
practice solutions. This requirement includes incorporating 
training, combat theater operations, post deployment evidence-
based preventive and early intervention measures, practices, or 
procedures to reduce the likelihood that personnel in combat 
will develop PTSD or other stress-related conditions or sustain 
traumatic brain injuries.

                            TRAVEL EXPENSES

    The Committee is aware that from October 1, 2008, through 
June 30, 2009, the Defense Center of Excellence for 
Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury recorded travel 
expenses of $345,474.68. The Committee is concerned at the 
amount of funding from the Defense Health Program, operation 
and maintenance account that has been spent in only nine months 
and that over $100,000 was spent from May 20, 2009, to June 30, 
2009. With significant known shortfalls in the Defense Health 
Program, the Committee directs the Office of the Secretary of 
Defense for Health Affairs to curtail unnecessary and 
extraneous travel and events. The Committee also directs Health 
Affairs to justify the travel in a report to the congressional 
defense committees on the dates, location and reason for travel 
within 30 days of the enactment of this Act.

     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORD AND ENTERPRISE 
                         ARCHITECTURE APPROACH

    The fiscal year 2010 budget includes $1,584,700,000 for 
information management and information technology. The 
Department has been involved in development of an electronic 
health care record (EHR) in conjunction with the Department of 
Veterans Affairs (VA) since January 2009 and has agreed upon a 
service oriented architecture (SOA) approach that is adaptive 
to the changing world of health care and has inclusive 
interoperability between the two agencies. A blueprint for the 
SOA was finalized at the end of May 2009 and submitted to the 
Office of the Secretary of Defense, Comptroller for review and 
funding analysis on June 12, 2009. It is the Committee's 
understanding that the additional funding needed to accelerate 
completion and deployment of the SOA in 28 months, by February 
2011, is $712,500,000 for fiscal year 2010 and $441,700,000 for 
fiscal year 2011.
    The Department of Health and Human Services was provided 
funding in the stimulus package for electronic health care 
record improvement across the civilian sector. The Committee is 
concerned that the Department of Defense may now lag behind the 
civilian entities and its ability to share electronic 
information with the VA. The Committee also understands that 
the Under Secretary of Defense, Comptroller is currently 
reviewing internally what funds may be available to alleviate 
the unfunded requirement in order to accelerate deployment of 
the system. Therefore, the Committee directs the Secretary of 
Defense to report to the Committees on Appropriations of the 
House of Representatives and the Senate by September 14, 2009, 
on the status of availability of funding from programs within 
the Department of Defense.

         GUIDANCE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORCE (2010-2015)

    The fiscal year 2010 budget submission included 
$372,200,000 for traumatic brain injury, psychological health, 
eye injury, prosthetics, and other battlefield injuries 
research. The Committee has supported these types of research 
since 2007 and is encouraged that the Department has for the 
first time included funding for this type of research. The 
Committee urges the Department to utilize the established 
congressional directed medical research program and to work 
with the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command in 
finding the most efficient way of utilizing the unique and 
military relevant research available.

           SPINAL CORD INJURY MEDICAL RESEARCH AND TREATMENT

    Spinal cord injuries are one of the many serious wounds 
resulting from conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan that require 
many levels of research and treatment. Significant funding has 
been provided for research and treatment for neuro-traumatic 
wounds. However, given the complexity of these types of 
injuries and the steep learning curve associated with 
establishing effective treatment regimes, there is much more to 
be done.
    For the coming years, research into regenerating damaged 
spinal cords, arthritis research, and improving rehabilitation 
therapies offers real promise for enhancing the long-term care 
of wounded soldiers. Therefore, the Committee provides 
$15,000,000 to continue a competitive, peer-reviewed spinal 
cord injury research and treatment program. The Secretary of 
Defense is directed to submit a report to the congressional 
defense committees not later than 120 days after enactment of 
this Act on how these funds are to be allocated.

                   PEER-REVIEWED LUNG CANCER RESEARCH

    The Committee has included $15,000,000 for peer-reviewed 
lung cancer research. Lung cancer, continues to be the most 
lethal of all cancers, taking more lives annually than all 
other major cancers combined. The five year survival rate is 
only 15 percent and a major contributor is that 70 percent of 
the diagnoses are late stage. Furthermore, military personnel 
have increased exposure to lung cancer carcinogens and are thus 
more susceptible to lung cancer than the general population. 
These funds, in conjunction with the funds provided in fiscal 
year 2009, are primarily for an early detection program for 
military beneficiaries. It is expected that this early 
detection regimen will be initially implemented in Military 
Medical Treatment facilities in the National Capital Region.

                 CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE AT WRAMC/WRNMMC

    The Committee includes a total of $40,000,000 for the 
following Centers of Excellence at the current Walter Reed Army 
Medical Center: Breast Care, Gynecologic, Prostate, Pain and 
Neuroscience, and Integrated Cardiac Health (Wellness). These 
Centers are in the forefront of the advancement of modern 
medical care.
    It is encouraging that the Department has recognized the 
importance of these centers to the welfare of our 
servicemembers and their families and has included them in the 
construction plans for the new Walter Reed National Military 
Medical Center and provided a portion of funding in the fiscal 
year 2010 budget submission. However, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of Defense to include full funding for these centers 
beginning with the fiscal year 2011 budget submission.

                 PEER-REVIEWED CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM

    The Committee provides $20,000,000 for a peer-reviewed 
cancer research program that would research cancers not 
addressed in the breast, prostate, lung and ovarian cancer 
research programs currently executed by the Department of 
Defense, and specifically the U.S. Army Medical Research and 
Materiel Command (USAMRMC).
    The funds provided are directed to be used to conduct 
research in the following areas: melanoma and other skin 
cancers, pediatric brain tumors within the field of childhood 
cancer research, genetic cancer research and genomic medicine, 
kidney cancer, blood cancer, colorectal cancer, Listeria 
Vaccine for infectious disease and cancer, and radiation 
protection utilizing nanotechnology.
    The funds provided under the Peer-Reviewed Cancer Research 
Program shall be used only for the purposes listed above. The 
Department of Defense is directed to provide a report by 
February 8, 2010, to the congressional defense committees on 
the status of the peer-reviewed cancer research program as to 
the relevance of this type of research for servicemembers and 
their families.

                            VISION RESEARCH

    The Committee commends the Department on including 
operation and maintenance funding for the Vision Center of 
Excellence however, the Department did not specifically 
identify any funding for vision research and development to 
continue assessing new technologies and therapies to address 
the ocular issues of servicemembers. Current research targets 
the causes, effects, and treatment of eye damage and diseases 
that, despite their different mechanisms and pathogenesis, all 
have a common end result: degeneration of the critical 
components of the eye and impairment or loss of vision. In 
order to implement therapeutic strategies to prevent or treat 
visual problems common to combat soldiers, the Army needs to 
develop and validate compounds and strategies. Therefore, the 
Committee provides $5,000,000 for vision research and directs 
the Army to target the various causes, effects and treatment of 
visual injury resulting from exposures to the elements during 
combat operations, and damage from explosive devices. This type 
of research will ultimately be used to ensure and sustain 
combat readiness.

                         JOINT PATHOLOGY CENTER

    Section 722 of the National Defense Authorization Act of 
2008 (Public Law 110-181) directs the Department of Defense to 
continue maintenance and modernization of the Armed Forces 
Institute of Pathology Tissue Repository and to utilize the 
Repository for conducting activities in support of the Joint 
Pathology Center established in the same Act. The Committee is 
aware that in 2007 the Uniformed Services University of the 
Health Sciences commissioned an assessment of the Repository 
that resulted in specific recommendations for modernizing the 
Repository by improving the quality and accessibility of the 
collections contained therein. The Committee directs that 
within 90 days of enactment of this Act, the Secretary of 
Defense shall report to the congressional defense committees on 
the status of implementation of those recommendations.

   PEER-REVIEWED NEUROTOXIN EXPOSURE TREATMENT PARKINSON'S RESEARCH 
                                PROGRAM

    The United States Army Medical Research and Materiel 
Command (USAMRMC) is advancing research in investigating the 
underlying biologic mechanisms and therapeutic interventions of 
neuro-degenerative effects caused by deployment, environmental 
and occupational exposures. Therefore, $25,000,000 is 
recommended for the continuation of this vital research and 
other neurological disorders through collaborative work between 
the military, a non-profit organization and an academic 
laboratory with distinguished scientific credentials in this 
field.

              MEDICAL CARE IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION

    The Committee has expressed concerns over whether the 
current approach to the replacement hospitals at both the new 
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) and Fort 
Belvoir will result in ``world class'' hospitals, but even more 
so will result in a ``world class'' medical care system in the 
National Capital Region. At present there are 439,000 
beneficiaries in the region and the two major Military Medical 
Centers in the area, Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the 
National Naval Medical Center, are the ``flagship'' hospitals 
for their respective services.
    The Committee has outlined concerns about the excessive 
cost growth for the two new facilities, which has increased 
from $835,000,000 to $2,400,000,000, the inadequate parking at 
the new WRNMMC, ingress and egress challenges at both 
facilities, and the transition of the workforce, patients, and 
equipment from the current facilities to the new hospitals. 
These are a few of the issues that currently remain and must be 
addressed. The Joint Task Force National Capital Region Medical 
established on September 14, 2007, has worked diligently to 
make up for a lack of adequate prior planning. However the 
Committee still believes these projects are primarily schedule 
driven in order to meet the September 15, 2011 date and that 
quality control measures to ensure minimal accreditation and 
optimal configuration are being neglected.
    The Committee recently received the congressionally 
mandated independent review of the design plans for the Walter 
Reed National Military Medical Center and the Fort Belvoir 
Community Hospital titled ``Achieving World Class''.
    A review of the report indicates it is truly comprehensive 
and corroborates many of the concerns mentioned by the 
Committee. Furthermore, it goes much further and surfaces 
organizational, budgetary, and service related cultural 
challenges that must be overcome if medical care in the 
National Capital Region is to be truly ``world class''.
    The Committee awaits the Secretary of Defense's 30 day 
assessment of the findings and recommendations of the 
independent review panel in accordance with provisions in the 
Public Law 110-417 and the plans for addressing the findings 
and recommendations.

                            VACCINE RESEARCH

    The development of vaccines that can protect military 
personnel against exposure from infectious pathogens as a 
result of natural exposure or as a result of weaponized attacks 
continues to be a high priority research area for the Walter 
Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR). In order to enhance 
WRAIR's capabilities, the Committee encourages collaborative 
efforts with institutes of higher learning that possess state-
of-the-art laboratory equipment and containment facilities that 
will ensure the rapid application of basic research results and 
the development of vaccines necessary for the protection of 
force health. These collaborative efforts will ensure that 
WRAIR remains the premier biomedical and vaccine research and 
development organization within the Department of Defense.

             TRICARE OUTPATIENT PROSPECTIVE PAYMENT SYSTEM

    The Committee is aware of concerns that the TRICARE 
Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) implemented this 
year include an appropriate transition period, especially for 
hospitals with a high volume of TRICARE patients. The Committee 
is aware that the Department made improvements to its initial 
plan based on input received during the vetting process but 
understands that there is still concern among high volume 
hospitals. Therefore, the Committee directs the Department to 
continue with multi-year phase-in adjustments to assist 
hospitals in transitioning to a fair reimbursement system, 
consistent with law, that will reimburse reasonable costs and 
permit an appropriate return on investment.

                     UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD RESEARCH

    Research has shown that cord blood transplantation can 
achieve unique and striking results in treating leukemia, 
lymphoma, and other cancerous blood diseases, immunodeficiency 
syndromes, bone marrow failure syndromes, sickle cell anemia, 
thalassemia and some inherited metabolic diseases. The 
Committee is aware of a pilot project underway at Womack Army 
Medical Center in Fayetteville, NC, in collaboration with the 
Carolinas Cord Blood Bank and the National Cord Blood 
Inventory, to create the nation's first military collection 
site for cord blood. This initiative will increase the national 
cord blood inventory and enhance the national capacity to 
identify suitable transplant donors, particularly among 
minority communities. The Committee commends the Womack Army 
Medical Center and encourages the Army to consider extending 
this pilot to all of its obstetrical healthcare facilities.

           CHEMICAL AGENTS AND MUNITIONS DESTRUCTION, DEFENSE




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,505,634,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,560,760,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,510,760,000
Change from budget request............................       -50,000,000


    This appropriation funds the Chemical Agents and Munitions 
Destruction activities of the Department of Defense.
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,510,760,000 
for the Chemical Agents and Munitions Destruction, Defense 
program. The recommendation is $50,000,000 below the request, 
and an increase of $5,126,000 from the amount appropriated in 
fiscal year 2009.
    The total program recommended in the bill will provide the 
following in fiscal year 2010:

                EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Budget     Committee   Change from
                                     request    recommended    request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Chem Demilitarization--Operation    1,146,802    1,146,802  ...........
 and Maintenance.................
 Chem Demilitarization--                12,689       12,689  ...........
 Procurement.....................
 Chem Demilitarization--Research,      401,269      351,269      -50,000
 Development, Test and Evaluation
------------------------------------------------------------------------

         DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................    $1,096,743,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................     1,058,984,000
Committee recommendation..............................     1,237,684,000
Change from the budget request........................       178,700,000


    This appropriation provides funds for military personnel, 
operation and maintenance, procurement; and research, 
development, test and evaluation for drug interdiction and 
counter-drug activities of the Department of Defense to include 
activities related to narcoterrorism.

                EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Budget     Committee   Change from
                                     request    recommended     request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Counter Narcotics...............    1,058,984    1,237,684      178,700
 PC8804 Demand Reduction-Civilian  ...........       -1,000  ...........
 Agency Drug Testing--NSA........
 PC9205 EUCOM CN Operational       ...........       -2,000
 Support--excessive growth.......
 PC9206 AFRICOM CN Operational     ...........       -2,000  ...........
 Support--excessive growth.......
 PC9301 CENTCOM Counterthreat      ...........       -2,000  ...........
 Finance Unit....................
     Delaware National Guard       ...........          300
     Counter-Drug Task Force.....
     Western Region Counter-Drug   ...........        2,500
     Training Center.............
     Kentucky National Guard       ...........        3,500
     Counter-Drug Program........
     Florida Counter-Drug Program  ...........        2,900
     Nevada National Guard         ...........        4,000
     Counter-Drug Program........
     North Carolina Counter-Drug   ...........        1,000
     Task Force..................
     Tennessee National Guard      ...........        4,000
     Applachia High Intensity
     Drug Trafficking Area.......
     Regional Counter-Drug         ...........        1,500
     Training Academy............
     Indiana National Guard        ...........        3,000
     Counter-Drug Program........
     Young Marines Program.......  ...........        4,000
     Digital Communications......  ...........      160,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

             JOINT IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE DEFEAT FUND





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................  ................
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................      $564,850,000
Committee recommendation..............................       364,550,000
Change from budget request............................      -200,300,000


    This appropriation funds the Joint Improvised Explosive 
Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO).
    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $364,550,000 
for the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization. 
The recommendation is a decrease of $200,300,000 from the 
amount requested, and an increase of $364,550,000 from the 
amount appropriated in fiscal year 2009.
    The Committee is aware that JIEDDO has become a standing 
institution of the Department of Defense. To this effect, the 
Committee believes that sustaining costs, such as staff and 
infrastructure and enduring science and technology initiatives, 
should be funded in the budget. However, the Committee believes 
that this funding should be properly accounted for and should 
be given the same time limitations as traditional funding 
accounts. Therefore, funds provided for the Attack the Network 
line of operation are available for two years; funds provided 
for the Defeat the Device line of operation are available for 
three years; funds provided for the Train the Force line of 
operation are available for one year; and funds provided for 
the Staff and Infrastructure line of operation are available 
for one year.
    Furthermore, the Committee continues to direct JIEDDO to 
follow standard reprogramming procedures when transferring a 
cumulative amount of $20,000,000 or more between lines of 
operation.

                EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Budget     Committee   Change from
                                     request    recommended    request
------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Attack the Network..............      203,100      183,000      -20,100
 Defeat the Device...............      199,100       25,000     -174,100
 Train the Force.................       41,100       35,000       -6,100
 Staff and Infrastructure........      121,550      121,550  ...........
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                         RAPID ACQUISITION FUND





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................  ................
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       $79,300,000
Committee recommendation..............................  ................
Change from budget request............................       -79,300,000


    The Committee recommends no funding for the Rapid 
Acquisition Fund in title VI. The Rapid Acquisition Fund will 
be addressed in title IX of this Act.

                    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $271,845,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       272,444,000
Committee recommendation..............................       288,100,000
Change from budget request............................        15,656,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $288,100,000 
for the Office of the Inspector General. The recommendation is 
an increase of $15,656,000 above the amount requested and will 
allow the DoD Inspector General to provide additional oversight 
of Department of Defense contracted services.
                               TITLE VII

                            RELATED AGENCIES

              NATIONAL AND MILITARY INTELLIGENCE PROGRAMS

    The National Intelligence Program and the Military 
Intelligence Program budgets funded in the Department of 
Defense Appropriations Act consist primarily of resources for 
the Director of National Intelligence including the 
Intelligence Community Management staff, the Central 
Intelligence Agency (CIA), the Defense Intelligence Agency, the 
National Reconnaissance Office, the National Security Agency, 
the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the intelligence 
services of the Departments of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and 
Marine Corps and the CIA Retirement and Disability fund.

                            CLASSIFIED ANNEX

    The Committee's budget reviews are published in a separate 
detailed and comprehensive classified annex. The intelligence 
community, Department of Defense and other organizations are 
expected to fully comply with the recommendations and 
directions in the classified annex accompanying the Department 
of Defense Appropriations Act, 2010. As directed by House 
Resolution 35, the recommendations of the Select Intelligence 
Oversight Panel are incorporated as recommendations to the 
House Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee on Defense, in the 
accompanying classified annex.

   CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY RETIREMENT AND DISABILITY SYSTEM FUND




Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $279,200,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       290,900,000
Committee recommendation..............................       290,900,000
Change from request...................................  ................


    This appropriation provides payments of benefits to 
qualified beneficiaries in accordance with the Central 
Intelligence Agency Retirement Act of 1964 for Certain 
Employees (P.L. 88-643), as amended by Public Law 94-522. This 
statute authorized the establishment of the CIA Retirement and 
Disability System (CIARDS) for certain employees and authorized 
the establishment and maintenance of a fund from which benefits 
would be paid to those beneficiaries.
    The Committee recommends the budget request of $290,900,000 
for the Central Intelligence Agency Retirement and Disability 
System fund. This is a mandatory account.

               INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT





Fiscal year 2009 appropriation........................      $710,042,000
Fiscal year 2010 budget request.......................       672,812,000
Committee recommendation..............................       611,002,000
Change from request...................................       -61,810,000


    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $611,002,000 
for the Intelligence Community Management Account, a decrease 
of $61,810,000 below the budget request. Of the amount 
appropriated under this heading, $24,000,000 may be transferred 
to the Executive Office of the President for the Program 
Manager for Information Sharing. The total program recommended 
in the bill will provide the following in fiscal year 2010:

                                    EXPLANATION OF PROJECT LEVEL ADJUSTMENTS
                                            [in thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     Committee      Change from
                                                                  Budget request    recommended       request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Intelligence Community Management Account.......................         672,812         611,002         -61,810
    Classified Adjustment.......................................  ..............         -64,810
    Language Mentorship Program incorporating an electronic       ..............           1,000
     portfolio..................................................
    Counter-Threat Finance--Global..............................  ..............           2,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, ICMA.............................................         672,812         611,002         -61,810
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY'S BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION OFFICE

    The Committee appreciates the progress the Business 
Transformation Office (BTO) has made in the last year to the 
Intelligence Community's business systems and looks forward to 
continued progress to address these issues. The Committee has 
included a funding transfer of the Financial Improvement Group 
to the BTO and the Committee supports the efforts made by BTO 
in creating the May 2009 BTO strategy. The Committee is 
concerned that recent changes to place the BTO under the Chief 
Information Office may not result in the necessary level of 
emphasis and attention to these issues by senior management 
within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and 
within the Intelligence Community. The Committee requests that 
the Director of National Intelligence review this recent change 
and take the necessary steps to ensure that BTO initiatives are 
successfully implemented. The Director of National Intelligence 
is directed to report to the Committee on the actions taken to 
ensure that these concerns are addressed.
    The Committee remains concerned that the Office of the 
Director of National Intelligence, the National Geospatial-
Intelligence Agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, the 
National Security Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and 
the National Reconnaissance Office cannot receive unqualified 
or ``clean'' financial audit opinions. This reality is even 
more concerning considering the Intelligence Community spends 
over a quarter billion dollars annually on ``financial 
management,'' which does not include other business systems and 
processes like procurement, human resources, or logistics. 
Therefore, within 90 days of enactment of this Act, the 
Committee directs the Director of National Intelligence to 
submit a report that: 1) addresses the acquisition challenges 
facing the Business Transformation Office; 2) explains where 
the most efficient and secure place to store the Community's 
business data will be for the foreseeable future; and 3) review 
the process for hiring highly qualified experts and provide 
recommendations that streamline the current bureaucratic 
process to one that allows the Director of the Business 
Transformation Office to efficiently build an effective staff. 
Finally, the report should provide a target date when all 
National Intelligence Program funds will achieve a sustainable 
unqualified audit opinion.

     INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND TRAINING STRATEGIC DESIGN

    The Committee continues to be concerned with the lack of a 
strategic plan when it comes to the Intelligence Community's 
professional education curriculum and supporting training 
programs. The current patchwork of academies, courses, language 
training efforts and schools is the result of multiple programs 
and initiatives instead of a coherent strategy. The Director of 
National Intelligence needs to benchmark successful programs 
like the Department of Defense's National Defense University 
and develop an appropriate educational and professional 
development strategy for the Intelligence Community that 
creates an innovative and competitive 21st century professional 
intelligence workforce. The Committee would like to see steps 
taken to establish the Intelligence Community's cap-stone 
school in a manner that takes best advantage of opportunities 
for learning synergies and a transformative learning 
environment with other national security students. Also, the 
Committee directs that steps be taken to evolve the National 
Defense Intelligence College to a fee-for-service program so 
that both Congress and the executive branch can be assured that 
there is still a true demand for the product being provided.

                       HUMAN LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY

    The Committee directs the Director of National Intelligence 
to submit to the congressional intelligence committees within 
120 days of enactment of this Act, a report on the status of 
Human Language Technology (HLT) within the Intelligence 
Community. The report shall identify an intelligence community 
executive agent responsible for the coordination of research, 
development, and implementation of HLT initiatives, identify 
current HLT capabilities and their return on investment, 
project future HLT requirements, and describe efforts to 
implement community licensing.
                               TITLE VIII

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The accompanying bill includes 119 general provisions. Most 
of these provisions were included in the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act for fiscal year 2009 and many have been 
included in the Defense Appropriations Acts for a number of 
years. A description of each provision follows.
    Section 8001 provides that no funds made available in this 
Act may be used for publicity or propaganda purposes not 
authorized by Congress.
    Section 8002 provides for conditions and limitations on the 
payment of compensation to, or employment of, foreign 
nationals.
    Section 8003 provides that no funds made available in this 
Act may be obligated beyond the end of the fiscal year unless 
expressly provided for a greater period of availability is 
provided elsewhere in the Act.
    Section 8004 provides a 20 percent limitation on the 
obligation of funds provided in this Act during the last two 
months of the fiscal year.
    Section 8005 has been amended and provides for the general 
transfer authority of working capital funds to other military 
functions.
    Section 8006 provides for the incorporation of project 
level tables.
    Section 8007 provides for the establishment of a baseline 
for application of reprogramming and transfer authorities for 
fiscal year 2010.
    Section 8008 has been amended and provides for limitations 
on the use and transfer authority of working capital fund cash 
balances.
    Section 8009 provides that none of the funds appropriated 
in this Act may be used to initiate a special access program 
without prior notification to the congressional defense 
committees.
    Section 8010 has been amended and provides limitations and 
conditions on the use of funds made available in this Act to 
initiate multi-year contracts.
    Section 8011 provides for the use and obligation of funds 
for humanitarian and civic assistance costs under Chapter 20 of 
title 10, United States Code.
    Section 8012 has been amended and provides that civilian 
personnel of the Department may not be managed on the basis of 
end strength or be subject to end strength limitations.
    Section 8013 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used to influence congressional action on any 
matters pending before the Congress.
    Section 8014 prohibits compensation from being paid to any 
member of the Army who is participating as a full-time student 
and who receives benefits from the Education Benefits Fund when 
time spent as a full-time student is counted toward that 
member's service commitment.
    Section 8015 temporarily suspends studies and public-
private competitions regarding conversion of any activity or 
function performed by civilian employees of the Department of 
Defense to contractor performance with certain exceptions.
    Section 8016 provides for the transfer of funds 
appropriated in title III of this Act for the Department of 
Defense Pilot Mentor-Protege Program.
    Section 8017 provides for the Department of Defense to 
purchase anchor and mooring chains manufactured only in the 
United States.
    Section 8018 has been amended and prohibits funds made 
available to the Department of Defense from being used to 
demilitarize or dispose of surplus firearms.
    Section 8019 provides a limitation on funds being used for 
the relocation of any Department of Defense entity into or 
within the National Capital Region.
    Section 8020 provides for incentive payments authorized by 
section 504 of Indian Financing Act of 1974 (25 U.S.C. 1544).
    Section 8021 has been amended and provides that no funds 
made available in this Act for the Defense Media Activity may 
be used for national or international political or 
psychological activities.
    Section 8022 has been amended and clarifies the time period 
funds may be used to perform cost studies under OMB Circular A-
76.
    Section 8023 provides for the obligation of funds for 
purposes specified in section 2350j(c) of title 10, United 
States Code.
    Section 8024 has been amended and provides that, of the 
funds made available in this Act, not less than $34,756,000 
shall be available for the Civil Air Patrol Corporation.
    Section 8025 has been amended and provides for the number 
of staff years of technical effort that may be funded for 
defense Federally Funded Research and Development Centers 
(FFRDC).
    Section 8026 provides for the Department of Defense to 
procure carbon, alloy or armor steel plate melted and rolled 
only in the United States and Canada.
    Section 8027 defines the congressional defense committees 
as being the Armed Services Committees and the Subcommittees on 
Defense of the Committees on Appropriations of the House of 
Representatives and the Senate.
    Section 8028 provides for competitions between private 
firms and Department of Defense Depot Maintenance Activities 
for modification, depot maintenance, and repair of aircraft, 
vehicles and vessels as well as the production of components 
and other Defense-related articles.
    Section 8029 provides for revocation of blanket waivers of 
the Buy American Act upon a finding that a country has violated 
a reciprocal trade agreement by discriminating against products 
produced in the United States that are covered by the 
agreement.
    Section 8030 provides for the availability of funds for 
purposes specified in section 2921(c)(2) of the 1991 National 
Defense Authorization Act, namely facility maintenance and 
repair and environmental restoration at military installations 
in the United States.
    Section 8031 provides for the conveyance, without 
consideration, of relocatable housing units located at Grand 
Forks, Malmstrom, Mountain Home and Minot Air Force Bases to 
Indian Tribes located in Nevada, Idaho, North and South Dakota, 
Montana, and Minnesota.
    Section 8032 provides authority to use operation and 
maintenance appropriations to purchase items having an 
investment item unit cost of not more than $250,000, or upon 
determination by the Secretary of Defense that the operational 
requirements of a Commander of a Combatant Command engaged in 
contingency operations overseas can be met, funds may be used 
to purchase items having an investment item unit cost of not 
more than $500,000.
    Section 8033 prohibits the use of Working Capital Funds to 
purchase specified investment items.
    Section 8034 has been amended and provides that none of the 
funds appropriated for the Central Intelligence Agency shall 
remain available for obligation beyond the current fiscal year 
except for funds appropriated for the Reserve for 
Contingencies, the Working Capital Fund, or other certain 
programs authorized under section 503 of the National Security 
Act.
    Section 8035 provides that funds available for the Defense 
Intelligence Agency may be used for intelligence communications 
and intelligence information systems for the Services, the 
Unified and Specified Commands, and the component commands.
    Section 8036 provides for the availability of funds for the 
mitigation of environmental impacts on Indian lands resulting 
from Department of Defense activities.
    Section 8037 provides for the Department of Defense to 
comply with the Buy American Act (title III of the Act entitled 
``An Act making appropriations for the Treasury and Post Office 
Departments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1934, and for 
other purposes'').
    Section 8038 provides conditions under which contracts for 
studies, analyses or consulting services may be entered into 
without competition on the basis of an unsolicited proposal.
    Section 8039 provides for the limitations of funds made 
available in this Act to establish Field Operating Agencies.
    Section 8040 provides grant authorities for the Department 
of Defense acting through the Office of Economic Adjustment.

                             (RESCISSIONS)

    Section 8041 has been amended and provides for the 
rescission of $1,391,339,000 from the following programs:

2009 Appropriations:
    Other Procurement, Army:
        Night Vision Devices............................    $131,900,000
    Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy:
        LHA (Replacement)...............................     177,767,000
    Other Procurement, Navy:
        Other Propulsion Equipment......................      18,844,000
    Aircraft Procurement, Air Force:
        B-52 Connect....................................      21,847,000
        C-130 CWR.......................................      32,424,000
        C-130J AP.......................................      60,000,000
        F-22 AP.........................................     383,000,000
        Global Hawk AP..................................      30,000,000
        Predator........................................     159,800,000
    Missile Procurement, Air Force:
        JASSM...........................................      60,000,000
    Other Procurement, Air Force:
        Expeditionary Combat Support System.............      36,400,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy:
        Surface and Shallow Water MCM...................      20,000,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air 
      Force:
        C-17............................................      70,000,000
    Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-
      Wide:
        BMD European Interceptor Site...................     114,700,000
        HBCU............................................      34,457,000
        STSS............................................      40,200,000

    Section 8042 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used to reduce authorized positions for military 
(civilian) technician of the Army National Guard, Air National 
Guard, Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve unless such 
reductions are a direct result of a reduction in military force 
structure.
    Section 8043 provides that none of the funds made available 
in this Act may be obligated or expended for assistance to the 
Democratic People's Republic of Korea unless appropriated for 
that purpose.
    Section 8044 provides for reimbursement to the National 
Guard and Reserve when members of the National Guard and 
Reserve provide intelligence or counterintelligence support to 
the Combatant Commands, Defense Agencies and Joint Intelligence 
Activities.
    Section 8045 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used to reduce civilian medical and medical support 
personnel assigned to military treatment facilities below the 
September 30, 2003, level unless the Service Surgeons General 
certify to the congressional defense committees that it is a 
responsible stewardship of resources to do so.
    Section 8046 provides that Defense and Central Intelligence 
Agencies' drug interdiction and counter-drug activity funds may 
not be transferred to other agencies unless specifically 
provided in an appropriations law.
    Section 8047 prohibits the use of funds appropriated by 
this Act for the procurement of ball and roller bearings other 
than those produced by a domestic source and of domestic 
origin.
    Section 8048 provides for the Department of Defense to 
purchase supercomputers manufactured only in the United States.
    Section 8049 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this or any other Act to transfer administrative 
responsibilities or budgetary resources of any program, 
project, or activity financed by this Act to the jurisdiction 
of another Federal agency not financed by this Act without 
expressed authorization of the Congress.
    Section 8050 provides for prior Congressional notification 
of article transfers to international peacekeeping 
organizations.
    Section 8051 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act for contractor bonuses from being paid due to business 
restructuring.
    Section 8052 provides for the transfer of funds to be used 
to support personnel supporting approved non-traditional 
defense activities.
    Section 8053 provides for the Department of Defense to 
dispose of negative unliquidated or unexpended balances for 
expired or closed accounts.
    Section 8054 provides conditions for the use of equipment 
of the National Guard Distance Learning Project on a space-
available, reimbursable basis.
    Section 8055 provides for the availability of funds 
appropriated in this Act to implement cost-effective agreements 
for required heating facility modernization in the 
Kaiserslautern Military Community, Germany.
    Section 8056 provides for the limitation on the use of 
funds appropriated in title IV to procure end-items for 
delivery to military forces for operational training, 
operational use or inventory requirements.
    Section 8057 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act from being used to approve or license the sale of the 
F-22A advanced tactical fighter to any foreign government.
    Section 8058 provides for a waiver of the ``Buy America'' 
provisions for certain cooperative programs.
    Section 8059 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act to support the training of members of foreign security 
forces who have engaged in gross violations of human rights.
    Section 8060 provides for the Department to develop, lease 
or procure T-AKE class ships with main propulsion engines and 
propulsors manufactured only in the United States by a 
domestically operated entity.
    Section 8061 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act for repairs or maintenance to military family housing 
units.
    Section 8062 provides obligation authority for new starts 
for advanced concept technology demonstration projects only 
after notification to the congressional defense committees.
    Section 8063 provides that the Secretary of Defense shall 
provide a classified quarterly report on certain matters as 
directed in the classified annex accompanying this Act.
    Section 8064 prohibits the use of funds made available to 
the Department of Defense to provide support to an agency that 
is more than 90 days in arrears in making payments to the 
Department of Defense for goods or services provided on a 
reimbursable basis.
    Section 8065 provides for the use of National Guard 
personnel to support ground-based elements of the National 
Ballistic Missile Defense System.
    Section 8066 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act to transfer to any nongovernmental entity ammunition 
held by the Department of Defense that has a center-fire 
cartridge and is designated as ``armor piercing'' except for 
demilitarization purposes.
    Section 8067 provides for a waiver by the Chief of the 
National Guard Bureau or his designee for all or part of 
consideration in cases of personal property leases of less than 
one year.
    Section 8068 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used to purchase alcoholic beverages.
    Section 8069 provides for the use of funds made available 
to the Department of Defense for the Global Positioning System.
    Section 8070 has been amended and provides for the transfer 
of funds made available in this Act under ``Operation and 
Maintenance, Army'' to other activities of the Federal 
Government for classified purposes.
    Section 8071 provides for the forced matching of 
disbursement and obligations made by the Department of Defense 
in fiscal year 2010.
    Section 8072 has been amended and provides grant authority 
for the construction and furnishing of additional Fisher Houses 
to meet the needs of military family members when confronted 
with the illness or hospitalization of an eligible military 
beneficiary.
    Section 8073 has been amended and provides funding and 
transfer authority for the Arrow missile defense program.
    Section 8074 has been amended and provides for the transfer 
of funds to properly complete prior year shipbuilding programs.
    Section 8075 prohibits the obligation of funds available to 
Department of Defense to modify command and control 
relationships to give Fleet Forces Command administrative and 
operational control of U.S. Navy forces assigned to the Pacific 
Fleet.
    Section 8076 has been amended and provides for the 
noncompetitive appointments of certain medical occupational 
specialties, as prescribed by section 7403(g) of title 38, 
United States Code.
    Section 8077 has been amended and provides that funds made 
available in this Act are deemed to be specifically authorized 
by Congress for purposes of section 504 of the National 
Security Act of 1947.
    Section 8078 prohibits the use of funds made available in 
this Act to initiate a new start program without prior written 
notification.
    Section 8079 provides authority for the Secretary of the 
Army to make a grant only to the Center for Military 
Recruitment, Assessment and Veterans Employment.
    Section 8080 provides that the budget of the President for 
fiscal year 2011 shall include separate budget justification 
documents for costs of the United States Armed Forces' 
participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation 
Enduring Freedom (OEF) for military personnel, operation and 
maintenance, and procurement accounts.
    Section 8081 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used for the research, development, test, 
evaluation, procurement or deployment of nuclear armed 
interceptors of a missile defense system.
    Section 8082 provides for use of Operation and Maintenance, 
Navy funds for flood control system adjacent to the Pacific 
Missile Range Facility.
    Section 8083 has been amended and provides the Secretary of 
Defense the authority to make grants in the amounts specified.
    Section 8084 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used to reduce or disestablish the operation of the 
53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron of the Air Force Reserve.
    Section 8085 prohibits funds made available in this Act 
from being used for the integration of foreign intelligence 
information unless the information has been lawfully collected 
and processed during conduct of authorized foreign intelligence 
activities.
    Section 8086 provides that, at the time members of Reserve 
components of the Armed Forces are called or ordered to active 
duty, each member shall be notified in writing of the expected 
period during which the member will be mobilized.
    Section 8087 provides that the Secretary of Defense may 
transfer funds from any available Department of the Navy 
appropriation to any available Navy ship construction 
appropriation to liquidate costs caused by rate adjustments or 
other economic factors.
    Section 8088 provides for the use of current and expired 
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy subdivisions to reimburse the 
Judgment Fund.
    Section 8089 prohibits transfer program authorities 
relating to current tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (TUAV) 
from the Army.
    Section 8090 provides authority to the Secretary of Defense 
to adjust wage rates for civilian employees hired for certain 
health care occupations.
    Section 8091 provides the U.S. Pacific Command authority to 
obligate funds for humanitarian and security assistance within 
the theater of operation.
    Section 8092 has been amended and limits the obligation 
authority of funds provided for the Director of National 
Intelligence to the current fiscal year except for research and 
technology which shall remain available for the current and the 
following fiscal years.
    Section 8093 provides for the adjustment of obligations 
within the Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy appropriation.
    Section 8094 provides that not more than 35 percent of the 
funds made available in this Act for environmental remediation 
may be obligated under indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity 
contracts with a total contract value of $130,000,000 or 
higher.
    Section 8095 provides for the creation of a major force 
program category for space for the Future Year Defense Program 
of the Department of Defense.
    Section 8096 has been amended and directs the Director of 
National Intelligence to follow the Department of Defense 
format for yearly submissions of congressional budget 
documentation.
    Section 8097 has been amended and provides limitations on 
the use of funds made available in this Act to pay negotiated 
indirect cost rates on agreements or arrangements between the 
Department of Defense and nonprofit institutions.
    Section 8098 directs the Secretary of Defense to maintain 
on the Department of Defense website a link to Office of the 
Inspector General of the Department of Defense.
    Section 8099 has been amended and prohibits transfers of 
funds until the Director of National Intelligence submits a 
baseline for application of reprogramming and transfer 
authorities.
    Section 8100 requires the Director of National Intelligence 
to submit a future years intelligence program.
    Section 8101 defines congressional intelligence committees.
    Section 8102 directs that the Department continue to report 
incremental contingency operations costs for Operation Iraqi 
Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) on a monthly 
basis in the Cost of War Execution Report as required by 
Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation.
    Section 8103 has been amended and provides for stop loss 
special pay and clarifies section 310 of P.L. 111-32 regarding 
eligibility.
    Section 8104 has been added and provides for the purchase 
of armored vehicles.
    Section 8105 has been added and provides for up to 
$10,000,000 to be transferred from operation and maintenance 
appropriation accounts for the Army, Navy and Air Force.
    Section 8106 has been amended and provides for transfer 
authority for the Program Manager, Information Sharing 
Environment.
    Section 8107 has been added which specifies the terms and 
conditions governing reprogramming of funds for the National 
Intelligence Program in accordance to section 102A(d)(4) of the 
National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 403-1(d)(4)).
    Section 8108 has been added and prohibits the use of funds 
to award to a contractor or convert to performance by a 
contractor any functions performed by federal employees 
pursuant to a study conducted under OMB Circular A-76, as of 
the date of enactment of this Act.
    Section 8109 has been added and permits transfer of prior 
year unobligated balances from the operation and maintenance 
and military personnel accounts to the foreign currency 
fluctuation account.
    Section 8110 has been added and reduces funds to reflect 
excess cash balances in Department of Defense Working Capital 
Funds due to fuel costs.
    Section 8111 has been added and restricts funding for 
business management information technology systems.
    Section 8112 is added and provides $439,615,000 for the 
``Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund''.
    Section 8113 is added and provides for benefits under the 
Post-Deployment/Mobilization Respite Absence Program.
    Section 8114 has been added and provides resettlement 
support and other benefits for certain Iraqi refugees.
    Section 8115 has been added and requires full and open 
competition.
    Section 8116 has been added and reduces specific accounts 
in Title II.
    Section 8117 has been added and provides that the Secretary 
of Defense shall have equal representation on the CDMRP Peer-
Reviewed Breast Cancer panel.
    Section 8118 has been added and prohibits the elimination 
of personnel positions from the 194th Regional Support Wing of 
the United States Air National Guard.
    Section 8119 has been added and provides for the 
disposition of detainees at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
                                TITLE IX

               OVERSEAS DEPLOYMENTS AND OTHER ACTIVITIES

                        Committee Recommendation

    In title IX the Committee recommends total new 
appropriations of $128,246,985,000 in Iraq, Afghanistan and 
elsewhere. A detailed review of the Committee's recommendations 
for programs funded in this title is provided in the following 
pages.

             OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS TRANSFER FUND

    The Committee has reduced the Service's Overseas 
Contingency Operations request for operation and maintenance 
funding by 20 percent and has added an equal amount to the 
Overseas Contingency Operations Transfer Fund (OCOTF). The 
nature of military action in Operations Enduring Freedom and 
Iraqi Freedom is expected to change significantly in fiscal 
year 2010. Therefore, the Services cannot accurately budget for 
these operations. The OCOTF account provides flexibility to 
transfer funds to the needed appropriation account once costs 
are known. The OCOTF account also carries the protection that 
these funds cannot be used to correct poor base budget 
decisions, such as underfunding military personnel pay 
accounts.

                            CLASSIFIED ANNEX

    The Committee's recommendations for intelligence activities 
are published in a separate and detailed classified annex. The 
intelligence community, Department of Defense and other 
organizations are expected to fully comply with the 
recommendations and directions in the classified annex 
accompanying this Act.

                         REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to provide a 
report to the congressional defense committees within 30 days 
of enactment of this Act on the allocation of the funds within 
the accounts listed in this title. The Secretary shall submit 
updated reports 30 days after the end of each fiscal quarter 
until funds listed in this title are no longer available for 
obligation. The Committee directs that these reports shall 
include: a detailed accounting of obligations and expenditures 
of appropriations provided in this title by program and 
subactivity group for the continuation of military operations 
in Iraq and Afghanistan and a listing of equipment procured 
using funds provided in this title. The Committee expects that, 
in order to meet unanticipated requirements, the Department of 
Defense may need to transfer funds within these appropriations 
accounts for purposes other than those specified in this 
report. The Committee directs the Department of Defense to 
follow normal prior approval reprogramming procedures should it 
be necessary to transfer funding between different 
appropriations accounts in this title.
    Additionally, the Committee directs that the Department 
continue to report incremental contingency operations costs for 
Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom on a 
monthly basis in the Cost of War Execution report as required 
by Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation, 
Chapter 23, Volume 12. The Department is encouraged to do 
supplementary reporting via the Contingency Operations Status 
of Funds report, but shall not terminate or replace the Cost of 
War Execution report.

                           MILITARY PERSONNEL

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$16,224,549,000 for Military Personnel.
    To more accurately reflect the significant Military 
Personnel costs of U.S. Overseas Contingency Operations, the 
Committee recommendation has transferred some funding from 
title I of this Act into title IX. The Committee recommends a 
transfer of $56,383,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, 
Army; $28,116,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, Navy; 
$34,748,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, Marine 
Corps; and $78,961,000 in Special Pays for Military Personnel, 
Air Force. In addition, the Committee recommends an 
undistributed transfer of $1,390,000,000 for Military 
Personnel, Army; $419,000,000 for Military Personnel, Navy; 
$292,000,000 for Military Personnel, Marine Corp; and 
$331,000,000 for Military Personnel, Air Force.
    The Committee's recommendations for each military personnel 
account are shown below:


                       OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$88,006,525,000 for Operation and Maintenance accounts.
    The Committee's recommendations for each operation and 
maintenance account are shown below:


                        PROGRESS IN AFGHANISTAN

    The Committee welcomes the administration's decision to 
refocus U.S. military, diplomatic and development efforts on 
Afghanistan after six years of conflict in Iraq. However, the 
Committee is concerned about the prospects for an open-ended 
U.S. commitment to bring stability to a country that has a 
decades-long history of successfully rebuffing foreign military 
intervention and attempts to influence internal politics. To 
help ensure that U.S. operations in Afghanistan remain focused, 
Congress requires the administration to submit a report every 
180 days outlining the U.S. security, governance, development, 
counter-narcotics and regional strategy in Afghanistan, 
providing a detailed update on progress on these elements of 
the U.S. strategy, and performance indicators for measuring the 
results of our efforts. The Committee closely reviews the 
``Report on Progress toward Security and Stability in 
Afghanistan'', required by section 1230 of the 2008 National 
Defense Authorization Act (Public Law 110-181), and finds it an 
extremely useful oversight tool, particularly when delivered on 
time. However, the Committee is concerned that absent from this 
report is a discussion of how much time and resources the 
United States will commit in Afghanistan if security and 
stability remain out of reach, despite incremental success 
toward achieving elements of the strategy the administration 
has set forward. Accordingly, the Committee directs the 
Secretary, in consultation with the National Security Advisor, 
to include in the next report submitted in accordance with 
section 1230 of Public Law 110-181 an assessment of the overall 
prospects for lasting stability in Afghanistan given the 
accomplishments and failures of the reporting period, the major 
impediments toward success encountered during the reporting 
period, and an estimation of the time table for assessing 
success in Afghanistan given developments during the reporting 
period.

                 COMMANDER'S EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM

    The Committee has provided $1,300,000,000 for the 
Commander's Emergency Response Program (CERP) in fiscal year 
2010, a reduction of $200,000,000 below the request. Pursuant 
to section 1212 of the House-passed National Defense 
Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 (H.R. 2647), additional 
funds are not authorized. Of the funds provided for CERP, the 
Committee withholds $500,000,000 pending completion and 
submission of the report described below.
    While the Committee understands the value of CERP for our 
combatant commanders, it is deeply concerned that CERP has 
grown from an incisive counter-insurgency tool to an 
alternative U.S. development program with few limits and little 
management. The U.S. Army and U.S. Central Command have failed 
to justify ever-growing CERP budget requests or to execute 
proper management or oversight of those funds. Recent reports 
indicate intense pressure on Provincial Reconstruction Teams 
and combatant commanders to ``rush to spend'' hundreds of 
millions of dollars in the last quarter of the fiscal year. 
They have submitted a barrage of multi-million dollar CERP 
proposals that seem designed primarily to ensure that that all 
available funds are spent. The Committee is particularly 
concerned that this practice could put the Department of 
Defense in conflict with section 8004 of the fiscal year 2009 
Defense Appropriations Act, which prohibits more than 20 
percent of the appropriations in that Act limited for 
obligation in the current fiscal year from being obligated in 
the last two months of the year.
    Given these concerns, the Committee believes a fundamental 
review of CERP is now urgently required. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Secretary of Defense, in consultation 
with the National Security Advisor, to conduct a thorough 
review of CERP, its purpose, use and scope, and to report to 
the congressional defense committees not later than 90 days 
after enactment of this Act. That review and report should 
include, at a minimum: a review and explanation of the process 
by which CERP budget requests are generated and justified; a 
review of the practice of obligating a significant amount of 
CERP funding in the last quarter of the fiscal year; a review 
of existing management and oversight of CERP funds by the 
Department of the Army and CENTCOM that includes an assessment 
of whether there are sufficient, appropriately-trained 
personnel to oversee this program at both the department level 
and in the area of operations; a separate assessment for Iraq 
and Afghanistan of the goals, purpose and expected requirement 
for CERP funds in the coming year; a separate assessment for 
Iraq and Afghanistan of the appropriate use of CERP funds, 
including an assessment of the appropriate mix of 
infrastructure projects and smaller-scale humanitarian 
projects; and a review of the appropriate relationship between 
projects funded with CERP and development projects carried out 
by the U.S. Agency for International Development.

                  COMMANDER EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM

                        MANAGEMENT AND OVERSIGHT

    The Committee is concerned that the Department's plan to 
significantly increase the use of CERP in Afghanistan does not 
yet include an increase in the number of personnel qualified to 
conduct proper oversight and management of those funds. The 
Committee understands that Joint Contracting Command has 
requested 28 additional contracting officers, though these are 
not specifically dedicated to CERP. The Committee also 
understands that three additional Joint Manning Document 
billets to exclusively manage CERP have been requested and that 
U.S. Forces--Afghanistan (USFOR-A) has a pending Request for 
Forces seeking additional warranted Contracting Officers and 
Civil Affairs specialists specifically to oversee CERP 
projects. The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
report to the congressional defense committees within 30 days 
of enactment of this Act on the status of these requests and 
the number of additional personnel being deployed to 
Afghanistan specifically in support of CERP.

                        COALITION SUPPORT FUNDS

    The Committee has provided $1,540,000,000 for Coalition 
Support Funds (CSF) for fiscal year 2010, $60,000,000 below the 
requested level. This funding level takes into account the 
current $120,000,000 monthly average of CSF reimbursements to 
Pakistan and provides an additional $100,000,000 for CSF 
payments to other key cooperating nations. While the Committee 
strongly supports the anti-Taliban operations begun by 
Pakistani security forces in Spring 2009, the Committee is 
concerned about the impact of those operations on the size of 
reimbursements requested by the Government of Pakistan under 
CSF. While the Committee supports the use of CSF to reimburse 
Pakistan for military operations conducted in support of U.S. 
operations in Afghanistan, the Committee is concerned that CSF 
will be used to fund Pakistani security operations undertaken 
in response to the existential threat posed to that government 
by indigenous Taliban and other insurgent forces. The Committee 
urges U.S. Central Command and the Office of the Defense 
Representative, Pakistan (ODRP) to work with the Government of 
Pakistan to establish clear guidelines for the use of CSF that 
avoid the use of American taxpayers' dollars to fund Pakistan's 
internal counterinsurgency campaign.

                       GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE

    The Committee has not provided the $100,000,000 requested 
to support the relocation and disposition of individuals 
detained at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base. The Department of 
Defense is still awaiting a decision by the Administration on 
the future of the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, and 
these funds are not needed at this time.

                              PROCUREMENT

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$20,384,128,000 for Procurement. The Committee's 
recommendations for each procurement account are shown below:


                            JAVELIN MISSILE

    The budget request proposed $140,979,000 for Javelin 
missiles. The Army received $109,327,000 in the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009 for the procurement of approximately 
550 missiles. However the Committee notes that only 83 missiles 
were expended in combat operations in fiscal year 2008 and that 
only 40 missiles had been expended through mid-fiscal year 
2009. Accordingly, the Committee recommends funding of 
$115,979,000 for Overseas Contingency Operations funding for 
Javelin missiles, a reduction of $25,000,000 below the request.

                             TOW 2 MISSILE

    The budget request included $59,200,000 for TOW 2 missiles. 
The Army received $317,584,000 in the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009, to fund the procurement of 
approximately 6,200 missiles. However, the Committee 
understands that only 262 TOW 2 missiles were expended in 
fiscal year 2008 in Iraq and Afghanistan combined, and that TOW 
2 expenditures for fiscal year 2009 are not expected to be 
significantly higher. Accordingly, the Committee recommends 
$34,200,000 in Overseas Contingency Operations funding for TOW 
2 missiles, a reduction of $25,000,000 below the request.

       SINGLE CHANNEL GROUND AND AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEM (SINCGARS)

    The budget request for Overseas Contingency Operations 
proposed funding of $128,180,000 for SINCGARS radios in support 
of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. However, the 
requirement for additional SINCGARS radios remains vague as the 
Army adjusts requirements based on the decision by the 
Secretary of Defense to support 45 Army brigade combat teams 
instead of 48. Additionally, the Committee continues to have 
concerns that the Army may not be taking full advantage of 
advances in technology for tactical radios including greater 
compliance with Joint Tactical Radio System technology. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends no funding for SINCGARS 
radios.

                FAMILY OF HEAVY TACTICAL VEHICLES (FHTV)

    The budget request proposed $623,230,000 for the Family of 
Heavy Tactical Vehicles. This funding line includes heavy 
trucks ranging from Heavy Equipment Transporters to the Heavy 
Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck. The Committee strongly 
supports funding the trucks needed by units in the field and 
for necessary training. However, the Committee understands that 
the contract for the Heavy Equipment Transporter System (HETS) 
M1070 Truck Tractor will be delayed until January 2011. 
Accordingly, the Committee recommends funding of $520,750,000, 
a reduction of $102,480,000 below the request, with no funding 
for HETS Truck Tractors.

                    155MM LIGHTWEIGHT TOWED HOWITZER

    The budget request proposed $54,000,000 for new 155mm 
Lightweight Towed Howitzers. The Committee notes that Congress 
provided $186,000,000 in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 
2009, $117,000,000 greater than the requested amount of 
$69,000,000. Since the Committee advance funded this request in 
the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009, the recommendation 
provides no funding for Overseas Contingency Operations, a 
reduction of $54,000,000.

                     MOTOR TRANSPORT MODIFICATIONS

    The budget request proposed $10,177,000 for motor transport 
modifications. The Committee notes that Congress provided 
$38,355,000 in the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009, 
$22,500,000 greater than the requested $15,855,000. Since the 
Committee advance funded this request in the Supplemental 
Appropriations Act, 2009, the recommendation provides no 
funding for Overseas Contingency Operations, a reduction of 
$10,177,000.

                  NATIONAL GUARD AND RESERVE EQUIPMENT

    The recommendation for the National Guard and Reserve 
Equipment Account is $500,000,000. Of that amount, $300,000,000 
is for the Army National Guard; $50,000,000 for the Air 
National Guard; $80,000,000 for the Army Reserve; $25,000,000 
for the Navy Reserve; $20,000,000 for the Marine Corps Reserve; 
and $25,000,000 for the Air Force Reserve to meet urgent 
equipment needs that may arise this fiscal year. This funding 
will allow the Guard and reserve components to procure high 
priority equipment that will complement the combined State and 
Federal missions.

        MINE RESISTANT AMBUSH PROTECTED VEHICLE VIRTUAL TRAINER

    The Committee provides $3,606,000,000 for the Mine 
Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle (MRAP) Fund. Because of the 
large size and complexity created when operating an MRAP, 
special training is needed. The services offer a specific 
training course devoted to teaching servicemembers the 
necessities of MRAP operation prior to conducting missions in 
the new vehicle. Unfortunately, because many of the MRAP 
Virtual Trainers (MRAP-VVT) have limited availability, many 
pre-deploying National Guard units have little opportunity to 
train on this equipment prior to movement overseas. Therefore, 
of the funds provided, $25,000,000 shall be provided for Mine 
Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle Virtual Trainers.

               RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST AND EVALUATION

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$241,354,000 for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation. 
The Committee's recommendations for each research, development, 
test and evaluation account are shown below:


                     REVOLVING AND MANAGEMENT FUNDS


                     DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUNDS

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $412,215,000 
for the Defense Working Capital Fund accounts.

                  OTHER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE PROGRAMS


                         DEFENSE HEALTH PROGRAM

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$1,155,235,000 for the Defense Health Program.
    The Committee's recommendation for operation and 
maintenance are shown below:


         DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$317,603,000 for Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities.
    The Committee's recommendations for the counter-drug 
account are shown below:


             JOINT IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE DEFEAT FUND

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$1,490,000,000 for the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat 
Fund. The Committee's recommendations for the Joint Improvised 
Explosive Device Defeat Fund are shown below:


              MINE RESISTANT AMBUSH PROTECTED VEHICLE FUND

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$3,606,000,000 for the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicle 
Fund.

                    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

    The Committee recommends an additional appropriation of 
$8,876,000 for the Office of the Inspector General.

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The accompanying bill includes nine general provisions, 
many of which extend or modify war-related authorities included 
in previous Acts. A description of each provision follows.
    Section 9001 provides that funds made available in this 
chapter are in addition to amounts appropriated or made 
available for the Department of Defense for fiscal year 2010.
    Section 9002 is amended and provides for additional 
transfer authority
    Section 9003 provides for construction projects in Iraq and 
Afghanistan funded with operation and maintenance funds, 
supervisory and administrative costs may be obligated when the 
contract is awarded.
    Section 9004 provides for the procurement of passenger 
motor vehicles for use by military and civilian employees of 
the Department of Defense in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    Section 9005 provides $1,300,000,000 under ``Operation and 
Maintenance, Army'' to fund the Commander's Emergency Response 
Program and requires quarterly reports to the congressional 
defense committees.
    Section 9006 provides for the use of funds to lift and 
sustain coalition forces supporting military and stability 
operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and requires quarterly 
reports to the congressional defense committees.
    Section 9007 provides for transfers from the Defense 
Cooperation Account.
    Section 9008 has been added and prohibits the use of funds 
made available in this Act to establish any permanent military 
installation or base in Iraq or Afghanistan.
    Section 9009 has been added and prohibits the use of funds 
made available in this Act to contravene laws enacted or 
regulations promulgated to implement the United Nations 
Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or 
Degrading Treatment or Punishment.
    Section 9010 has been added and requires a report on Iraq 
troop draw down.

            HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

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

               Changes in the Application of Existing Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following statements are 
submitted describing the effect of provisions in the 
accompanying bill which directly or indirectly change the 
application of existing law.
    Language is included in various parts of the bill to 
continue ongoing activities which require annual authorization 
or additional legislation, which to date has not been enacted.
    The bill includes a number of provisions which place 
limitations on the use of funds in the bill or change existing 
limitations and which might, under some circumstances, be 
construed as changing the application of law.
    The bill includes a number of provisions, which have been 
virtually unchanged for many years, which are technically 
considered legislation.
    The bill provides that appropriation shall remain available 
for more than one year for some programs for which the basic 
authorizing legislation does not presently authorize each 
extended availability.
    In various places in the bill, the Committee has allocated 
funds within appropriation accounts in order to fund specific 
programs.
    Changes in the application of existing law found within 
appropriations headings:
    Language is included that provides not more than 
$50,000,000 for the Combatant Commander Initiative Fund.
    Language is included that provides not less than 
$29,732,000 for the Procurement Technical Assistance 
Cooperative Agreement Program, of which not less than 
$3,600,000 shall be available for centers.
    Language is included for the various Environmental 
Restoration accounts that provides that the Service Secretaries 
may transfer such funds for the purposes of the funds provided 
under such appropriations headings.
    Language is included that provides for specific 
construction, acquisition or conversion of vessels under the 
heading ``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy''.
    Language is included that provides none of the available 
funding under Aircraft Procurement, Air Force for C-17 
modernization or procurement may be obligated before prior year 
contracts are definitized.
    Language is included that provides not less than 
$80,000,000 of funds provided under Research, Development, Test 
and Evaluation, Defense-Wide for the Kinetic Energy Program.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds 
provided under ``National Defense Sealift Fund'' to award new 
contracts that provide for the acquisition of major components 
unless such components are made in the United States.
    Language is included that provides that the exercise of an 
option in a contract award through the obligation of previously 
appropriated funds shall not be considered to be the award of a 
new contract.
    Language is included that provides waiver authority of the 
Buy America provisions under ``National Defense Sealift Fund'' 
under certain circumstances.
    Language is included that provides that not less than 
$10,000,000 of funds provided under ``Defense Health Program'' 
shall be available for HIV/AIDS prevention education 
activities.
    Language is included that provides for the carry-over of 
two percent of the Operation and Maintenance account under the 
``Defense Health Program''.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer of 
funds within the Operation and Maintenance account under the 
``Defense Health Program''.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer of Drug 
Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities. Such transfer 
authority shall be in addition to other transfer authority 
provided elsewhere in the Act.
    Language is included that allows the Director of the Joint 
Improvised Explosive Defeat Organization to undertake certain 
activities.
    Language is included that requires that within 60 days of 
enactment of this Act, a plan for the intended management and 
use of the Joint Improvised Explosive Defeat Fund is to be 
provided to the congressional defense committees.
    Language is included that requires the Secretary of Defense 
to submit a report to the congressional defense committees 
providing assessments of the evolving threats, service 
requirements to counter threats, pre-deployment training 
strategy and funds execution of the Joint Improvised Explosive 
Defeat Fund.
    Language is included under the Joint Improvised Explosive 
Defeat Fund to transfer funds. Such transfer authority shall be 
in addition to other transfer authority provided elsewhere in 
the Act.
    Language is included that provides that no funds made 
available in this Act may be used for publicity or propaganda 
purposes not authorized by Congress.
    Language is included that provides for conditions and 
limitations on the payment of compensation to, or employment 
of, foreign nationals.
    Language is included that provides that no funds made 
available in this Act may be obligated beyond the end of the 
fiscal year unless express provision for a greater period of 
availability is provided elsewhere in this Act.
    Language is included that provides a 20 percent limitation 
on the obligation of funds provided in this Act during in last 
two months of the fiscal year.
    Language is included that provides for the general transfer 
authority.
    Language is included that provides for the incorporation of 
project level tables.
    Language is included that provides for the establishment of 
a baseline for application of reprogramming and transfer 
authorities for fiscal year 2009 and prohibits certain 
reprogrammings until after submission of a report.
    Language is included that provides for limitations on the 
use and transfer authority of working capital fund cash 
balances.
    Language is included that provides that none of the funds 
appropriated in this Act may be used to initiate a special 
access program without prior notification to the congressional 
defense committees.
    Language is included that provides limitations and 
conditions on the use of funds made available in this Act to 
initiate multi-year contracts.
    Language is included that provides for the use and 
obligation of funds for humanitarian and civic assistance costs 
under Chapter 20 of title 10, United States Code.
    Language is included that provides that civilian personnel 
of the Department may not be managed on the basis of end 
strength or be subject to end strength limitations.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used to influence congressional action on 
any matters pending before the Congress.
    Language is included that prohibits compensation from being 
paid to any member of the Army who is participating as a full-
time student and who receives benefits from the Education 
Benefits Fund when time spent as a full-time student is counted 
toward that member's service commitment.
    Language is included that provides for the limitations on 
the conversion of any activity or function of the Department of 
Defense to contractor performance.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer of 
funds appropriated in title III of this Act for the Department 
of Defense Pilot Mentor-Protege Program.
    Language is included that provides for the Department of 
Defense to purchase anchor and mooring chains manufactured only 
in the United States.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available to 
the Department of Defense from being used to demilitarize or 
dispose of surplus firearms.
    Language is included that provides a limitation on funds 
being used for the relocation of any Department of Defense 
entity into or within the National Capital Region.
    Language is included that provides for incentive payments 
authorized by section 504 of the Indian Financing Act of 1974 
(25 U.S.C. 1544).
    Language is included that provides that no funds made 
available in this Act for the Defense Media Activity may be 
used for national or international political or psychological 
activities.
    Language is included that restricts funds from being used 
to perform cost studies under OMB Circular A-76.
    Language is included that provides for the obligation of 
funds for purposes specified in section 2350j(c) of title 10, 
United States Code.
    Language is included that provides funding for the Civil 
Air Patrol Corporation.
    Language is included that provides for the number of staff 
years of technical effort that may be funded for defense 
Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDC).
    Language is included that provides for the Department of 
Defense to procure carbon, alloy or armor steel plate melted 
and rolled only in the United States and Canada.
    Language is included that defines congressional defense 
committees as being the Armed Services Committees and the 
Subcommittees on Defense of the Committees on Appropriations of 
the House and Senate.
    Language is included that provides for competitions between 
private firms and Department of Defense Depot Maintenance 
Activities for modification, depot maintenance, and repair of 
aircraft, vehicles and vessels as well as the production of 
components and other Defense-related articles.
    Language is included that provides for revocation of 
blanket waivers of the Buy American Act upon a finding that a 
country has violated a reciprocal trade agreement by 
discriminating against products produced in the United States 
that are covered by the agreement.
    Language is included that provides for the availability of 
funds for purposes specified in section 2921(c)(2) of the 1991 
National Defense Authorization Act, namely facility maintenance 
and repair and environmental restoration at military 
installations in the United States.
    Language is included that provides for the conveyance, 
without consideration, of relocatable housing units located at 
Grand Forks, Malmstrom, Mountain Home and Minot Air Force Bases 
to Indian Tribes located in Nevada, Idaho, North and South 
Dakota, Montana, and Minnesota.
    Language is included that provides authority to use 
operation and maintenance appropriations to purchase items 
having an investment item unit cost of not more than $250,000, 
or upon determination by the Secretary of Defense that the 
operational requirements of a Commander of a Combatant Command 
engaged in contingency operations overseas can be met, funds 
may be used to purchase items having an investment item unit 
cost of not more than $500,000.
    Language is included that prohibits the purchase of 
specified investment items within Working Capital Fund.
    Language is included that provides that none of the funds 
appropriated for the Central Intelligence Agency shall remain 
available for obligation beyond the current fiscal year except 
for funds appropriated for the Reserve for Contingencies, the 
Working Capital Fund, or other certain programs authorized 
under section 503 of the National Security Act.
    Language is included that provides that funds available for 
the Defense Intelligence Agency may be used for intelligence 
communications and intelligence information systems for the 
Services, the Unified and Specified Commands, and the component 
commands.
    Language is included that provides that not less than 
$12,000,000 within ``Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide'' 
shall be for mitigation of environmental impacts on Indian 
lands.
    Language is included that provides for the Department of 
Defense to comply with the Buy American Act (title III of the 
Act entitled ``An Act making appropriations for the Treasury 
and Post Office Departments for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1934, and for other purposes'').
    Language is included that provides conditions under which 
contracts for studies, analyses or consulting services may be 
entered into without competition on the basis of an unsolicited 
proposal.
    Language is included that provides for the limitations of 
funds made available in this Act to establish Field Operating 
Agencies.
    Language is included that provides grant authorities for 
the Department of Defense acting through the Office of Economic 
Adjustment.
    Language is included that provides for the rescission of 
previously appropriated funds.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used to reduce authorized positions for 
military (civilian) technician of the Army National Guard, Air 
National Guard, Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve unless such 
reductions are a direct result of a reduction in military force 
structure.
    Language is included that provides that none of the funds 
made available in this Act may be obligated or expended for 
assistance to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea unless 
appropriated for that purpose.
    Language is included that provides for reimbursement to the 
National Guard and Reserve when members of the National Guard 
and Reserve provide intelligence or counterintelligence support 
to the Combatant Commands, Defense Agencies and Joint 
Intelligence Activities.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used to reduce civilian medical and medical 
support personnel assigned to military treatment facilities 
below the September 30, 2003, level unless the Service Surgeons 
General certifies to the congressional defense committees that 
it is a responsible stewardship of resources to do so.
    Language is included that provides that Defense and Central 
Intelligence Agencies' drug interdiction and counter-drug 
activity funds may not be transferred to other agencies unless 
specifically provided in an appropriations law.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds 
appropriated by this Act for the procurement of ball and roller 
bearings other than those produced by a domestic source and of 
domestic origin.
    Language is included that provides for the Department of 
Defense to purchase supercomputers manufactured only in the 
United States.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this or any other Act to transfer administrative 
responsibilities or budgetary resources of any program, 
project, or activity financed by this Act to the jurisdiction 
of another Federal agency not financed by this Act without 
expressed authorization of the Congress.
    Language is included that provides for prior Congressional 
notification of article transfers to international peacekeeping 
organizations.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act for contractor bonuses from being paid 
due to business restructuring.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer of 
funds to be used to support personnel supporting approved non-
traditional defense activities.
    Language is included that provides for the Department of 
Defense to dispose of negative unliquidated or unexpended 
balances for expired or closed accounts.
    Language is included that provides conditions for the use 
of equipment of the National Guard Distance Learning Project on 
a space-available, reimbursable basis.
    Language is included that provides for the availability of 
funds provided by this Act to implement cost-effective 
agreements for required heating facility modernization in the 
Kaiserslautern Military Community, Germany.
    Language is included that provides for the limitation on 
the use of funds appropriated in title IV to procure end-items 
for delivery to military forces for operational training, 
operational use or inventory requirements.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act from being used to approve or license the 
sale of the F-22A advanced tactical fighter to any foreign 
government.
    Language is included that provides for a waiver of the 
``Buy America'' provisions for certain cooperative programs.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act to support the training of members of 
foreign security forces who have engaged in gross violations of 
human rights.
    Language is included that provides for the Department to 
develop, lease or procure T-AKE class ships with main 
propulsion engines and propulsors manufactured only in the 
United States by a domestically operated entity.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act for repairs or maintenance to military 
family housing units.
    Language is included that provides obligation authority for 
new starts for advanced concept technology demonstration 
projects only after notification to the congressional defense 
committees.
    Language is included that provides that the Secretary of 
Defense shall provide a classified quarterly report on certain 
matters as directed in the classified annex accompanying this 
Act.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available to the Department of Defense to provide support to an 
agency that is more than 90 days in arrears in making payments 
to the Department of Defense for goods or services provided on 
a reimbursable basis.
    Language is included that provides for the use of National 
Guard personnel to support ground-based elements of the 
National Ballistic Missile Defense System.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act to transfer to any nongovernmental entity 
ammunition held by the Department of Defense that has a 
center--fire cartridge and is designated as ``armor piercing'' 
except for demilitarization purposes.
    Language is included that provides for a waiver by the 
Chief, National Guard Bureau or his designee for all or part of 
consideration in cases of personal property leases of less than 
one year.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used to purchase alcoholic beverages.
    Language is included that provides for the use of funds 
made available to the Department of Defense for the Global 
Positioning System.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer of 
funds made available in this Act under ``Operation and 
Maintenance, Army'' to other activities of the Federal 
Government for classified purposes.
    Language is included that has been amended and provides for 
the forced matching of disbursement and obligations made by the 
Department of Defense in fiscal year 2010.
    Language is included that provides grant authority for the 
construction and furnishing of additional Fisher Houses to meet 
the needs of military family members when confronted with the 
illness or hospitalization of an eligible military beneficiary.
    Language is included that provides funding and transfer 
authority for the Arrow missile defense program.
    Language is included that provides for the transfer funds 
to properly complete prior year shipbuilding programs.
    Language is included that provides none of the funds 
available to the Department of Defense may be obligated to 
modify the command and control relationship to give the Fleet 
Forces Command Administration and Operations Control U.S. Naval 
Forces assigned to the Pacific Fleet.
    Language is included that provides for the noncompetitive 
appointments of certain medical occupational specialties, as 
prescribed by section 7403(g) of title 38, U.S.C.
    Language is included that provides that funds made 
available in this Act are deemed to be specifically authorized 
by Congress for purposes of section 504 of the National 
Security Act of 1947.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act to initiate a new start program without 
prior written notification.
    Language is included that provides authority for the 
Secretary of the Army to make a grant only to then Center for 
Military Recruitment, Assessment and Veterans Employment.
    Language is included that provides that the budget of the 
President for fiscal year 2010 shall include separate budget 
justification documents for costs of the United States Armed 
Forces' participation in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and 
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) for Military Personnel, 
Operation and Maintenance, and Procurement accounts.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used for the research, development, test, 
evaluation, procurement or deployment of nuclear armed 
interceptors of a missile defense system.
    Language is included that provides for the use of operation 
and maintenance, Navy funds for flood control system adjacent 
to the Pacific Missile Range facility.
    Language is included that provides the Secretary of Defense 
the authority to make grants in the amounts specified.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used to reduce or disestablish the 
operation of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron of the 
Air Force Reserve.
    Language is included that prohibits funds made available in 
this Act from being used for the integration of foreign 
intelligence information unless the information has been 
lawfully collected and processed during conduct of authorized 
foreign intelligence activities.
    Language is included that provides that at the time members 
of Reserve components of the Armed Forces are called or ordered 
to active duty, each member shall be notified in writing of the 
expected period during which the member will be mobilized.
    Language is included that provides that the Secretary of 
Defense may transfer funds from any available Department of the 
Navy appropriation to any available Navy ship construction 
appropriation to liquidate costs caused by rate adjustments or 
other economic factors.
    Language is included that provides for the use of current 
and expired ``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy'' subdivisions 
to reimburse the Judgment Fund.
    Language is included that prohibits the transfer of program 
authorities related to tactical unmanned aerial vehicles (TUAV) 
from the Army.
    Language is included that provides authority to the 
Secretary of Defense to adjust wage rates for civilian 
employees hired for certain health care occupations.
    Language is included that provides U.S. Pacific Command 
authority to delegate funds for humanitarian and security 
assistance within Theater of Operation..
    Language is included that limits the obligation authority 
of funds provided for the Director of National Intelligence to 
the current fiscal year except for research and technology 
which shall remain available for the current and the following 
fiscal years.
    Language is included that provides for the adjustment of 
obligations within the ``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy'' 
appropriation.
    Language is included that provides that not more than 35 
percent of the funds made available in this Act for 
environmental remediation may be obligated under indefinite 
delivery/indefinite quantity contracts with a total contract 
value of $130,000,000 or higher.
    Language is included that provides for the creation of a 
major force program category for space for the Future Year 
Defense Program of the Department of Defense.
    Language is included that directs the Director of National 
Intelligence to follow the Department of Defense format for 
yearly submissions of congressional budget documentation.
    Language is included that provides limitations on the use 
of funds made available in this Act to pay negotiated indirect 
cost rates on agreements or arrangements between the Department 
of Defense and nonprofit institutions.
    Language is included that requires the Secretary of Defense 
to maintain a link on the Defense Department website to the 
office of the Inspector General.
    Language is included that directs the Director of National 
Intelligence to follow the Department of Defense format for 
yearly submissions of congressional budget documentation.
    Language is included that requires the Director of National 
Intelligence to submit a future years Intelligence Program.
    Language is included that defines the congressional 
intelligence committees.
    Language is included that directs the Department of Defense 
to report on the Cost of War Execution Report on a monthly 
basis.
    Language is included that provides for stop loss special 
pay and clarifies section 310 of Public Law 111-32 regarding 
eligibility.
    Language is included that provides for the purchase of 
armored vehicles.
    Language is included that provides for up to $10,000,000 to 
be transferred from operation and maintenance appropriation 
accounts for the Army, Navy and Air Force.
    Language is included that provides for transfer authority 
for the Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment.
    Language is included that specifies the terms and 
conditions governing reprogramming of funds for the National 
Intelligence Program in accordance to section 102A(d)(4) of the 
National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 403-1(d)(4)).
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds to 
award to a contractor or convert to performance by a contractor 
any functions performed by federal employees pursuant to a 
study conducted under OMB Circular A-76, as of the date of 
enactment of this Act.
    Language is included that permits transfer of prior year 
unobligated balances from the operation and maintenance and 
military personnel accounts during the third, fourth, and fifth 
years prior year to the foreign currency fluctuation account.
    Language is included that reduces funds to reflect excess 
cash balances in Department of Defense Working Capital Funds 
due to fuel costs.
    Language is included that restricts funding for Business 
Management Information Technology Systems.
    Language is included that provides $439,615,000 for the 
``Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund''.
    Language is included that provides for benefits under the 
Post-Deployment/Mobilization Respite Absence Program.
    Language is included that provides resettlement support and 
other benefits for certain Iraqi refugees.
    Language is included that requires full and open 
competition.
    Language is included that reduces specific accounts in 
Title II.
    Language is included that requires CDMRP to have equal 
representation.
    Language is included that prohibits the elimination of 
personnel positions from the 194th Regional Support Wing of the 
United States Air National Guard.
    Language is included that provides for the disposition of 
detainees at Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
    Language is included that provides that funds made 
available in this chapter are in addition to amounts 
appropriated or made available for the Department of Defense 
for fiscal year 2010.
    Language is included that provides for general transfer 
authority.
    Language is included that allows construction projects in 
Iraq and Afghanistan funded with operation and maintenance 
funds, supervisory and administrative costs may be obligated 
when the contract is awarded.
    Language is included that provides for the procurement of 
passenger motor vehicles for use by military and civilian 
employees of the Department of Defense in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    Language is included that provides $1,300,000,000 under 
``Operation and Maintenance, Army'' to fund the Commander's 
Emergency Response Program (CERP) and requires quarterly 
reports to the congressional defense committees.
    Language is included that provides for the use of funds to 
lift and sustain coalition forces supporting military and 
stability operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and requires 
quarterly reports to the congressional defense committees.
    Language is included that provides for transfers from the 
Defense Cooperation Account.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act to establish any permanent military 
installation or base in Iraq or Afghanistan.
    Language is included that prohibits the use of funds made 
available in this Act to contravene laws enacted or regulations 
promulgated to implement the United Nations Convention Against 
Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or 
Punishment.
    Language is included that requires a report on Iraq troop 
draw down.

                  Appropriations Not Authorized by Law



                           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.
    Language has been included in ``Operation and Maintenance, 
Defense-Wide'' which provides for the transfer of funds for 
certain classified activities.
    Language has been included in ``Environmental Restoration, 
Army'' which provides for the transfer of funds for 
environmental restoration, reduction and recycling of hazardous 
waste, removal of unsafe buildings and debris or for similar 
purposes.
    Language has been included in ``Environmental Restoration, 
Navy'' which provides for the transfer of funds for 
environmental restoration, reduction and recycling of hazardous 
waste, removal of unsafe buildings and debris or for similar 
purposes.
    Language has been included in ``Environmental Restoration, 
Air Force'' which provides for the transfer of funds for 
environmental restoration, reduction and recycling of hazardous 
waste, removal of unsafe buildings and debris or for similar 
purposes.
    Language has been included in ``Environmental Restoration, 
Defense-Wide'' which provides for the transfer of funds for 
environmental restoration, reduction and recycling of hazardous 
waste, removal of unsafe buildings and debris or for similar 
purposes.
    Language has been included in ``Environmental Restoration, 
Formerly Used Defense Sites'' which provides for the transfer 
of funds for environmental restoration, reduction and recycling 
of hazardous waste, removal of unsafe buildings and debris or 
for similar purposes.
    Language has been included in ``Defense Health Program'' 
which provides for the transfer of funds within operation and 
maintenance.
    Language has been included in ``Drug Interdiction and 
Counter-Drug Activities, Defense'' which provides for the 
transfer of funds to other appropriations accounts of the 
Department of Defense for military personnel of the reserve 
components, for operations and maintenance, procurement, and 
for research, development, test and evaluation.
    Language has been included in ``Joint Improvised Explosive 
Device Defeat Fund'' which provides for the transfer of funds 
for operations and maintenance, procurement, and for research, 
development, test and evaluation, to accomplish the inherent 
mission of the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat 
Organization.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8005'' which provides for the transfer of working capital funds 
to other appropriations accounts of the Department of Defense 
for military functions between appropriations.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8008'' which provides for the transfer of funds between working 
capital funds and the ``Foreign Currency Fluctuations, 
Defense'' appropriation accounts.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8016'' which provides for the transfer of funds from the 
Department of Defense Pilot Mentor-Protege Program may be 
transferred to any other appropriation for the purposes of 
implementing the Mentor-Protege Program development assistance 
agreement.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8052'' which provides for the transfer of funds from 
``Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide'' to appropriations 
available for the pay of military personnel to be used in 
support of for eligible organizations and activities outside 
the Department of Defense.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8070'' which provides for the transfer of funds from 
``Operation and Maintenance, Army'' for the acquisition of real 
property, construction, personal services, and operations 
related to purposes of this section.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8073'' which provides for the transfer of funds from 
``Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-Wide'' 
for the Arrow missile components.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8074'' which provides for the transfer of funds within the 
``Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy'' appropriation.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
8087'' which provides for the transfer of funds for Navy ship 
construction appropriations for the purpose of liquidating 
necessary changes resulting from inflation, market fluctuations 
and rate adjustments.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Section 
8103'' which provides for the transfer of funds for stop loss.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Section 
8105'' which provides for the transfer of funds from operation 
and maintenance accounts.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Section 
8106'' which provides for the transfer of funds from the 
``Intelligence Community Management Account.''
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Section 
8109'' which provides for the transfer of funds for foreign 
currency fluctuations.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Section 
8112'' which provides for the transfer of funds from the 
``Tanker Replacement Transfer Fund.''
    Language has been included in ``Overseas Contingency 
Operations Transfer Fund'' which provides for the transfer of 
funds between various accounts in Title IX of this Act.
    Language has been included in ``Rapid Acquisition Fund'' 
which provides for the transfer of funds to various accounts.
    Language has been included in ``Mine Resistant Ambush 
Protected Vehicle Fund'' which provides for the transfer of 
funds to various accounts.
    Language has been included in ``Drug Interdiction and 
Counter-Drug Activities'' which provides for the transfer of 
funds to various accounts.
    Language has been included in ``Joint Improvised Explosive 
Device Defeat Fund'' which provides for the transfer of funds 
to varous accounts.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
9002'' which provides for general transfer authority.
    Language has been included in ``General Provisions, Sec. 
9007'' which provides for the transfer of funds from the 
Defense Cooperation Account.

                              Rescissions

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following table is submitted 
describing the rescissions recommended in the accompanying 
bill:

Other Procurement, Army, 2009/2011                           131,900,000
Shipbuilding and Conversion, Navy, 2009/2013                 177,767,000
Other Procurement, Navy, 2009/2011                            18,844,000
Aircraft Procurement, Air Force, 2009/2011                   687,071,000
Missile Procurement, Air Force, 2009/20011                    60,000,000
Other Procurement, Air Force, 2009/2011                       36,400,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Navy, 2009/
    2010                                                      20,000,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Air Force, 
    2009/2010                                                 70,000,000
Research, Development, Test and Evaluation, Defense-
    Wide, 2009/2010                                          189,357,000

                    Transfer of Unexpended Balances

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII, the bill contains 
a general provision which allows for the transfer of unexpended 
balances within the Operation and Maintenance and Military 
Personnel accounts to the ``Foreign Currency Fluctuation, 
Defense'' account to address shortfalls due to foreign currency 
fluctuation.

         Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives

    Pursuant to clause 3(c)(4) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following is a statement of 
general performance goals and objectives for which this measure 
authorizes funding:
    The Committee on Appropriations considers program 
performance, including a program's success in developing and 
attaining outcome-related goals and objectives, in developing 
funding recommendations.

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

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

        SECTION 310 OF THE SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2009

                          (Public Law 111-32)

  Sec. 310. (a)  * * *

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  (i) Effect of Subsequent Reenlistment of Voluntary Extension 
of Service.--Members of the Armed Forces, retired members, and 
former members otherwise described in subsection (a) are not 
eligible for a payment under this section if the members--
          (1) voluntarily reenlisted or extended their service 
        after their enlistment or period of obligated service 
        was extended, or after their eligibility for retirement 
        was suspended, pursuant to a stop-loss authority; and
          (2) received a bonus for such reenlistment or 
        extension of service.
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         SECTION 1244 OF THE REFUGEE CRISIS IN IRAQ ACT OF 2007

SEC. 1244. SPECIAL IMMIGRANT STATUS FOR CERTAIN IRAQIS.

  (a)  * * *

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  (g) Resettlement Support.--Iraqi aliens granted special 
immigrant status described in section 101(a)(27) of the 
Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(27)) shall be 
eligible for resettlement assistance, entitlement programs, and 
other benefits available to refugees admitted under section 207 
of such Act (8 U.S.C. 1157) [for a period not to exceed eight 
months] to the same extent, and for the same periods of time, 
as such refugees.

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        SECTION 602 OF THE AFGHAN ALLIES PROTECTION ACT OF 2009

SEC. 602. PROTECTION FOR AFGHAN ALLIES.

  (a)  * * *
  (b) Special Immigrant Status for Certain Afghans.--
          (1)  * * *

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          (8) Resettlement support.--A citizen or national of 
        Afghanistan who is granted special immigrant status 
        described in section 101(a)(27) of the Immigration and 
        Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(27)) shall be 
        eligible for resettlement assistance, entitlement 
        programs, and other benefits available to refugees 
        admitted under section 207 of such Act (8 U.S.C. 1157) 
        [for a period not to exceed 8 months] to the same 
        extent, and for the same periods of time, as such 
        refugees.

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                        Constitutional Authority

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

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

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

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

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

                 Comparison with the Budget Resolution

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

                                            [In millions of dollars]
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                                                                  302(b) allocation             This bill
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Budget                    Budget
                                                               authority     Outlays     authority     Outlays
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Discretionary...............................................      508,046      577,769      636,293   \1\647,968
Mandatory...................................................          291          291          291          291
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\1\Includes outlays from prior year budget authority.

Note.--The amounts in this bill are technically in excess of the subcommittee section 302(b) allocation.
  However, section 423(a)(1) of the Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for fiscal year 2010 authorizes an
  increase to the Committee's section 302(a) allocation to reflect funding in the reported bill for overseas
  deployments and other activities. After the bill is reported to the House, the Chairman of the Committee on
  the Budget will provide an increased section 302(a) allocation consistent with the funding provided in the
  bill. That new allocation will eliminate the technical difference prior to Floor consideration.

                      Five-Year Outlay Projections

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

                                            [In millions of dollars]
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                                                                                                       Outlays
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2010........................................................         N/A          N/A          N/A    \1\403,910
2011........................................................         N/A          N/A          N/A       147,780
2012........................................................         N/A          N/A          N/A        48,567
2013........................................................         N/A          N/A          N/A        15,699
2014 and future years.......................................         N/A          N/A          N/A        10,668
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\1\Excludes outlays from prior year budget authority.

N/A: Not applicable.

          Financial Assistance to State and Local Governments

    In accordance with section 308(a)(1)(C) of the 
Congressional Budget Act of 1974, as amended, the Congressional 
Budget Office has provided the following estimates of new 
budget authority and outlays provided by the accompanying bill 
for financial assistance to State and local governments.

                        [In millions of dollars]
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                                                   Budget
                                                 authority     Outlays
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Financial assistance to State and local                   2         \1\2
 governments for 2010.........................
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\1\Excludes outlays from prior year budget authority.

   Disclosure of Earmarks and Congressionally Directed Spending Items

    The Committee has taken unprecedented action to increase 
transparency and reduce funding for earmarks. In fiscal year 
2009, this bill reduced earmarks by 42 percent from the fiscal 
year 2006 level. The bill continues to reduce earmarks in 
fiscal year 2010. For fiscal year 2010, earmarks are expected 
to be 50 percent below the fiscal year 2006 level. 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 Department, but with the possibility 
that an alternative entity may be selected.

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  2006 Enacted             2008 Enacted                    2009 Enacted                   2010 Committee
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 $ in millions          #          $ in millions         #         $ in millions         #         $ in millions
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       $8,400            2,048          $4,982           2,025          $4,866           1,102          $2,709
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    The following table is submitted in compliance with clause 
9 of rule XXI, and lists the congressional earmarks (as defined 
in paragraph (e) of clause 9) contained in the bill or in this 
report. Neither the bill nor the report contain any limited tax 
benefits of limited tariff benefits as defined in paragraphs 
(f) or (g) of clause 9 of rule XXI.

                                                                                             DEFENSE
                                                                            [Congressionally Directed Spending Items]
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       Account                                                              Project                                                          Amount                   Requester(s)
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AP,A                   Army CH-47 Helicopter Forward and Aft Hook Project                                                                   $3,000,000  Baird
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AP,A                   Army National Guard UH-60 Rewiring Program                                                                          $10,000,000  Granger
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AP,A                   Civil Support Communications Systems for KY-ARNG UH-60 Aircraft                                                      $2,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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AP,A                   Forward Looking Infrared sensors for UH-60 Medevac Helicopters for the Minnesota National Guard                      $1,000,000  Oberstar
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AP,A                   Internal Auxiliary Fuel Tank System                                                                                  $3,000,000  Franks (AZ); Bishop (UT); Pastor (AZ)
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AP,A                   Vibration Management Enhancement Program                                                                             $3,000,000  Clyburn; Wilson (SC)
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AP,AF                  C-130 Active Noise Cancellation System                                                                               $3,000,000  Tiahrt
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AP,AF                  Civil Air Patrol                                                                                                     $5,000,000  Tiahrt
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AP,AF                  Large Aircraft Podded Infrared Countermeasures Systems for Air Force Reserve KC-135                                  $1,500,000  Bean
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AP,N                   Advanced Skills Management Command Portal                                                                            $2,000,000  Dicks
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AP,N                   AN/AAR-47D(V)X Missile Warning System                                                                                $5,000,000  Young (FL)
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AP,N                   Crane Integrated Defensive Electronic Countermeasures Depot Capability                                               $2,000,000  Ellsworth
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AP,N                   Multi-Mission Helicopter Avionics System Test Bed                                                                    $1,500,000  Hoyer
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AP,N                   Universal Avionics Recorder Wireless Flight Download Data                                                            $1,000,000  Harman
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DHP                    Composite Operational Health and Occupational Risk Tracking System                                                   $3,000,000  Tiahrt
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DHP                    Fort Drum Regional Health Planning Organization                                                                        $430,000  McHugh
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DHP                    Madigan Army Medical Center Trauma Assistance                                                                        $2,500,000  Dicks; Smith (WA)
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DHP                    Military Physician Combat Medical Training Naval Hospital Jacksonville                                               $1,000,000  Brown, Corrine (FL)
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DHP                    Shock Trauma Center Operating Suites                                                                                 $3,000,000  Ruppersberger; Cummings
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DHP                    Web-Based Teaching Programs for Military Social Work                                                                 $4,000,000  Roybal-Allard
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DHP                    Wide Area Virtual Environment Simulation for Medical Readiness Training                                              $3,000,000  Van Hollen
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DPA                    Aluminum Oxy-Nitride and Spinel Optical Ceramics                                                                     $3,000,000  Bono Mack; Higgins; Tierney
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DPA                    Armor and Structures Transformation Initiative-Steel to Titanium                                                     $8,100,000  Murtha
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DPA                    Flexible Aerogel Materials Supplier Initiative                                                                       $2,000,000  Kennedy
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DPA                    High Performance Thermal Battery Infrastructure Project                                                              $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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DPA                    Inventory for Defense Applications                                                                                  $10,000,000  Murtha
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DPA                    Low Cost Military Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver                                                           $4,000,000  Loebsack; Latham
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DPA                    Metal Injection Molding Technological Improvements                                                                   $1,000,000  Pascrell
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DPA                    Military Lens System Fabrication and Assembly                                                                        $4,000,000  Murtha
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DPA                    Navy Production Capacity Improvement Project                                                                         $1,000,000  Dent
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DPA                    Production of Miniature Compressors for Electronics and Personal Cooling                                             $4,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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DPA                    Radiation Hardened Cryogenic Read Out Integrated Circuits                                                            $2,000,000  Simpson
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DRUGS                  Delaware National Guard Counter-Drug Task Force                                                                        $300,000  Castle
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DRUGS                  Florida Counter-Drug Program                                                                                         $2,900,000  Putnam; Brown, Corrine (FL); Young (FL)
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DRUGS                  Indiana National Guard Counter-Drug Program                                                                          $3,000,000  Visclosky
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DRUGS                  Kentucky National Guard Counter-Drug Program                                                                         $3,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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DRUGS                  Nevada National Guard Counter-Drug Program                                                                           $4,000,000  Titus; Berkley
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DRUGS                  North Carolina Counter-Drug Task Force                                                                               $1,000,000  Jones (NC); Butterfield; Shuler
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DRUGS                  Regional Counter-Drug Training Academy                                                                               $1,500,000  Harper
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DRUGS                  Tennessee National Guard Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area                                             $4,000,000  Tanner; Davis (TN)
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DRUGS                  Western Region Counter-Drug Training Center                                                                          $2,500,000  Dicks; Baird; Larsen (WA); McDermott;
                                                                                                                                                         Smith (WA)
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GP                     Arrest Deterioration of Ford Island Aviation Control Tower, Pearl Harbor, HI                                         $4,800,000  Abercrombie
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GP                     Center for Military Recruitment, Assessment and Employment                                                           $3,000,000  Roskam
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GP                     Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate                                                                           $7,400,000  Markey (MA)
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GP                     Marshall Legacy Institute                                                                                              $500,000  Murtha
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GP                     New Jersey Technology Center                                                                                         $3,000,000  Holt; Pallone
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GP                     Our Military Kids                                                                                                    $1,000,000  Connolly; Kennedy; Kilroy; Moran (VA);
                                                                                                                                                         Ortiz
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GP                     Paralympics Military Program                                                                                         $5,000,000  Kennedy, Langevin
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GP                     Riverside General Hospital, Houston, TX (Technical Correction)                                                                   Jackson-Lee (TX)
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GP                     SOAR Virtual School District                                                                                         $6,000,000  Braley
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GP                     The Presidio Heritage Center                                                                                         $5,000,000  Pelosi
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GP                     Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund for De-Mining Activities                                                              $1,000,000  Murtha
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GP                     Women In Military Service for America Memorial                                                                       $2,000,000  Richardson; Bordallo; Granger;
                                                                                                                                                         Schakowsky
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ICMA                   Counter- Threat Finance--Global                                                                                      $2,000,000  Ryan (OH)
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ICMA                   Language Mentorship Program incorporating an electronic portfolio                                                    $1,000,000  Boswell
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MILPERS, ARNG          WMD Civil Support Team for Florida                                                                                   $1,200,000  Young (FL)
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MILPERS, ARNG          WMD Civil Support Team for New York                                                                                    $250,000  McMahon; Hall (NY); Hinchey
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OM,A                   Air-Supported Temper Tent                                                                                            $3,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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OM,A                   Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance for the Historical Fort Hamilton Community Club                           $1,800,000  McMahon
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OM,A                   Anti-Corrosion Nanotechnology Solutions for Logistics                                                                $1,000,000  Rahall
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OM,A                   Army Command and General Staff College Leadership Training Program                                                   $2,000,000  Jenkins
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OM,A                   Army Force Generation Synchronization Tool                                                                           $1,000,000  Dent; Bishop (UT); Dingell
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OM,A                   Common Logistics Operating System                                                                                    $2,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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OM,A                   Critical Language Instruction for Military Personnel, Education, Training and Distance Learning                      $3,000,000  Putnam
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OM,A                   Defense- Fire Alarm / Detection System Installation for the Historical Fort Hamilton Community Club                    $500,000  McMahon
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OM,A                   Defense Job Creation and Supply Chain Initiative                                                                     $3,000,000  Posey; Brown, Corrine (FL)
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OM,A                   Defense- Sprinkler System Installation for the Historical Fort Hamilton Community Club                               $1,200,000  McMahon
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OM,A                   Diversity Recruitment for West Point Military Academy                                                                $1,000,000  Hall (NY)
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OM,A                   Fort Benning National Incident Management System Compliant Installation Operations Center                            $5,000,000  Bishop (GA); Rogers (AL)
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OM,A                   Fort Bliss Data Center                                                                                               $1,700,000  Reyes
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OM,A                   Fort Hood Training Lands Restoration and Maintenance                                                                 $2,500,000  Carter; Edwards (TX)
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OM,A                   Genocide Prevention Course through Combined Arms Center                                                              $1,600,000  Israel
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OM,A                   Ground Combat System Knowledge Center and Technical Inspection Data Capture                                          $1,000,000  Moran (VA)
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OM,A                   Initiative to Increase Minority Participation In Defense                                                             $8,000,000  Fattah
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OM,A                   Lighweight Tactical Utility Vehicles                                                                                 $4,500,000  Petri, Kissell
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OM,A                   Logistics Interoperability                                                                                           $1,500,000  Rahall
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OM,A                   M24 Sniper Weapons System Upgrade                                                                                    $3,000,000  Arcuri
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OM,A                   Modular Command Post Tent                                                                                            $6,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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OM,A                   Net-Centric Decision Support Environment Sense and Respond Logistics                                                 $2,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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OM,A                   Online Technology Training Program at Joint Base Lewis-McChord                                                       $2,000,000  Dicks
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OM,A                   Operational/Technical Training Validation for Joint Maneuver Forces at Fort Bliss                                    $1,000,000  Reyes
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OM,A                   Repair Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning System at Ft. Leavenworth                                              $2,796,000  Jenkins
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OM,A                   Repair Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning System in National Simulations Center                                  $1,785,000  Jenkins
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OM,A                   ROTC and Reserve Component Strategic Language Hub Pilot                                                              $1,500,000  Deal, Marshall
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OM,A                   TRANSIM Driver Training                                                                                              $3,500,000  Kingston; Bishop (UT); Matheson
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OM,A                   UH-60 Leak Proof Drip Pans                                                                                           $2,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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OM,A                   US Army ROTC Emergency Facility Renovation                                                                             $935,000  Posey
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OM,AF                  Advanced Autonomous Robotic Inspections for Aging Aircraft                                                           $1,000,000  Cole; Fallin
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OM,AF                  Air Education and Training Command Range Improvements at the Barry M.Goldwater Range                                 $1,500,000  Giffords; Franks (AZ); Grijalva; Pastor
                                                                                                                                                         (AZ)
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OM,AF                  Defense Critical Languages and Cultures Initiative                                                                   $2,000,000  Conaway; Rehberg
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OM,AF                  Demonstration Project for Contractors Employing Persons with Disabilities                                            $4,000,000  Tiahrt
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OM,AF                  Diversity Recruitment for Air Force Academy                                                                            $550,000  Becerra
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OM,AF                  Engine Health Management Plus Data Repository Center                                                                 $3,000,000  Murtha
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OM,AF                  Expert Knowledge Transformation Project                                                                              $2,000,000  Gonzalez
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OM,AF                  HQ-USNORTHCOM--National Center for Integrated Civilian-Military Domestic Disaster Medical Response                   $2,000,000  DeLauro
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OM,AF                  Joint Aircrew Combined System Tester (JCAST)                                                                         $2,000,000  Biggert
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OM,AF                  MacDill Air Force Base Online Technology Program                                                                     $1,000,000  Castor (FL)
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OM,AF                  Military Medical Training and Disaster Response Program                                                              $2,000,000  Mitchell
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OM,AF                  Minority Aviation Training Program                                                                                   $1,250,000  Meek (FL)
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OM,AF                  Research Cybersecurity of Critical Control Networks                                                                  $1,700,000  Terry
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OM,AF                  Wage Issue Modification for USFORAZORES Portuguese National Employees                                                  $240,000  Frank (MA)
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OM,AF                  Warner Robins Air Logistics Center Strategic Airlift Aircraft Availability Improvement                               $4,000,000  Kingston; Marshall
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OM,ANG                 190th Air Refueling Wing Squadron Operations Facility                                                                $1,000,000  Jenkins
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OM,ANG                 Force Protection and Training Equipment                                                                                $465,000  Graves
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OM,ANG                 Joint Interoperability Coordinated Operations and Training Exercise                                                    $515,000  Kingston
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OM,ANG                 Smoky Hill Range Access Road Improvements                                                                            $1,000,000  Moran (KS)
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OM,AR                  Nevada National Guard Joint Operations Center                                                                        $1,000,000  Heller
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OM,ARNG                Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training                                                                     $1,000,000  Doggett
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OM,ARNG                Advanced Trauma Training Course for the Illinois National Guard                                                      $2,500,000  Davis (IL); Jackson (IL)
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OM,ARNG                Army National Guard M939A2 Repower Program                                                                           $5,000,000  Carter
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OM,ARNG                Camp Ethan Allen Training Site Road Equipment                                                                          $300,000  Welch
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OM,ARNG                CID Equipment                                                                                                          $449,000  Cuellar
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OM,ARNG                Florida Army National Guard Future Soldier Trainer                                                                   $3,000,000  Meek (FL)
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OM,ARNG                Full Cycle Deployment Support Pilot Program                                                                          $3,000,000  Hodes; Shea-Porter
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OM,ARNG                Joint Command Vehicle and Supporting C3 System                                                                       $2,250,000  Shea-Porter; Hodes
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OM,ARNG                MN Guard Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program                                                              $2,000,000  Walz; Ellison; Oberstar; Paulsen;
                                                                                                                                                         Peterson
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OM,ARNG                Multi-Jurisdictional Counter-Drug Task Force Training                                                                $3,500,000  Young (FL)
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OM,ARNG                National Guard Civil Support Team/CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package                                              $1,500,000  Dicks; Hastings (WA)
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OM,ARNG                Regional Geospatial Service Centers                                                                                  $2,156,000  Gohmert
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OM,ARNG                Training Aid Suite for Vermont NG Training Sites                                                                     $1,308,000  Welch
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OM,ARNG                Trauma Response Simulation Training                                                                                  $1,500,000  Boswell
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OM,ARNG                UH-60 Leak Proof Drip Pans                                                                                           $2,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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OM,ARNG                Vermont Army National Guard Security Upgrades                                                                          $930,000  Welch
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OM,ARNG                WMD Civil Support Team for Florida                                                                                   $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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OM,ARNG                WMD Civil Support Team for New York                                                                                    $500,000  McMahon; Hinchey
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OM,ARNG                WMD Multi-Sensor Response and Infrastructure Project System                                                          $2,000,000  Fallin
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OM,ARNG                Yellow Ribbon Project--Oregon National Guard Reintegration Program                                                   $1,200,000  Schrader
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OM,DW                  Almaden AFS Environmental Assessment and Remediation                                                                 $4,000,000  Honda; Lofgren
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OM,DW                  Castner Range Conservation Conveyance Study                                                                            $300,000  Reyes
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OM,DW                  Centerville Naval Housing Transfer                                                                                   $6,000,000  Thompson (CA)
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OM,DW                  Critical Language Training                                                                                           $2,000,000  Davis (CA)
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OM,DW                  Drydock #1 Remediation and Disposal                                                                                  $3,000,000  Pelosi
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OM,DW                  Eliminate Public Safety Hazards                                                                                      $1,340,000  Slaughter
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OM,DW                  George AFB (New and existing infrastructure improvements)                                                            $1,000,000  McKeon
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OM,DW                  Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Remediation                                                                             $9,000,000  Pelosi
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OM,DW                  McClellan AFB Infrastructure Improvements                                                                            $1,000,000  Matsui
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OM,DW                  Middle East Regional Security Program                                                                                $3,000,000  Berman
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OM,DW                  Military Intelligence Service Historic Learning Center                                                               $1,000,000  Pelosi
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OM,DW                  Naval Station Ingleside Redevelopment                                                                                $1,000,000  Ortiz
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OM,DW                  Norton AFB (New and Existing Infrastructure Improvements)                                                            $6,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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OM,DW                  Phase I of Berth N-2 Reconstruction of MOTBY Ship Repair Facility                                                    $4,500,000  Sires
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OM,DW                  Remediation of Jet Fuel Contamination at Floyd Bennett Field                                                         $3,000,000  Weiner
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OM,DW                  Soldier Center at Patriot Park, Ft. Benning                                                                          $5,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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OM,DW                  Special Operations Forces Modular Glove System                                                                       $1,500,000  Kratovil; Baird; Castle; McDermott
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OM,DW                  Strategic Language Initiative                                                                                        $3,600,000  Richardson; Royce; Watson
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OM,DW                  Thorium/Magnesium Excavation--Blue Island                                                                            $2,000,000  Jackson (IL)
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OM,DW                  Translation and Interpretation Skills for DoD                                                                        $2,000,000  Farr
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OM,MC                  Flame Resistant High Performance Apparel                                                                             $1,500,000  Kissell
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OM,MC                  MGPTS Type III or Rapid Deployable Shelter                                                                           $3,000,000  Hinchey
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OM,MC                  Ultra Lightweight Camouflage Net System (ULCANS)                                                                     $3,500,000  Etheridge; Coble
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OM,N                   ATIS Maintenance and Enhancement Program                                                                             $1,000,000  Rahall
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OM,N                   Brown Tree Snake Program                                                                                               $500,000  Bordallo
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OM,N                   Center for Defense Technology and Education for the Military Services (CDTEMS)                                       $7,000,000  Farr
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OM,N                   Continuing Education--Distance Learning at Military Installations                                                    $2,000,000  Brown-Waite, Ginny (FL)
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OM,N                   Diversity Recruitment for Naval Academy                                                                              $1,000,000  Becerra
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OM,N                   Enhanced Navy Shore Readiness Integration                                                                            $5,000,000  Dicks
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OM,N                   Fleet Readiness Data Assessment                                                                                      $2,400,000  Calvert
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OM,N                   Institute for Threat Reduction and Response- Simulated and Virtual Training Environments                             $1,200,000  Brown, Corrine (FL)
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OM,N                   Navy Ship Disposal--Carrier Demonstration Project                                                                    $3,000,000  Ortiz
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OM,N                   Puget Sound Naval Maintenance and Repair Process Improvements                                                        $2,100,000  Dicks
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OM,N                   Puget Sound Navy Museum                                                                                                $600,000  Dicks
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OM,NR                  Developing and Testing Environmentally Safe Decontaminating Agents for Bio-defense, Biomedical, and Environmental    $1,500,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario (FL)
                        Use
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OP,A                   Combat Skills Marksmanship Trainer                                                                                   $4,000,000  Kingston; Gingrey (GA)
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OP,A                   Combined Arms Virtual Trainers                                                                                         $500,000  Lujan
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OP,A                   Combined Arms Virtual Trainers for the Tennessee National Guard                                                      $5,000,000  Davis (TN); Wamp; Duncan
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OP,A                   Communications Aerial Platforms for Increased Situational Awareness for the Minnesota National Guard                 $2,360,000  Paulsen; Oberstar; Walz
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OP,A                   Fifth-Wheel Towing Devices for the Puerto Rico Army National Guard                                                     $700,000  Pierluisi
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OP,A                   Ft. Bragg Range 74 Combined Arms Collective Training Facility                                                        $1,000,000  Kissell
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OP,A                   Individual Gunnery; Tank Gunnery; and Tabletop Full-Fidelity Trainers                                                $2,000,000  Lujan
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OP,A                   Kentucky National Guard Emergency Response Generator Stockpile                                                       $6,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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OP,A                   Laser Marksmanship Training System                                                                                   $2,000,000  Kennedy
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OP,A                   Life Support for Trauma and Transport                                                                                $1,000,000  Sanchez, Loretta (CA); Reyes
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OP,A                   Machine Gun Training System for the Pennsylvania National Guard                                                      $3,000,000  Holden
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OP,A                   Mobile Defensive Fighting Position                                                                                   $2,000,000  Maffei
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OP,A                   Mobile Firing Range for Texas National Guard                                                                         $1,500,000  Conaway; Granger
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OP,A                   Multi-Temperature Refrigerated Container System                                                                      $3,500,000  Davis (KY)
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OP,A                   Radio Personality Modules for SINCGARS Test Sets                                                                     $3,000,000  Tiahrt
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OP,A                   Regional Emergency Response Network Emergency Cell Phone Capability                                                  $5,000,000  Hastings (FL); Stearns; Brown, Corrine
                                                                                                                                                         (FL); Young (FL)
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OP,A                   Tactical Operations Center for the Washington National Guard                                                         $2,300,000  Reichert, Baird, McDermott
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OP,A                   Ultralight Utility Vehicles for the National Guard                                                                   $2,000,000  Obey
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OP,A                   Virtual Convoy Operations Trainer                                                                                    $1,500,000  Lujan
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OP,A                   Virtual Interactive Combat Environment Training System for the Virginia National Guard                               $2,000,000  Connolly; Moran (VA)
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OP,AF                  Air National Guard Joint Threat Emitter--Savannah Combat Readiness Training Centers                                  $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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OP,AF                  Aircrew Body Armor and Load Carriage Vest System                                                                     $3,000,000  Akin
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OP,AF                  Eagle Vision III                                                                                                     $6,000,000  Bilbray; Davis (CA)
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OP,AF                  Eagle Vision Program                                                                                                 $1,500,000  Clyburn; Wilson (SC)
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OP,AF                  Nevada Air National Guard Scathe View                                                                                $1,000,000  Titus; Berkley; Heller
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OP,AF                  One AF/One Network Infrastructure                                                                                    $2,000,000  Olson; Rothman
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OP,AF                  One AF/One Network Infrastructure for the Pennsylvania National Guard                                                $2,000,000  Schwartz
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OP,N                   Adaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Testset                                                                      $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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OP,N                   AN/USQ-167 COMSEC Upgrade                                                                                            $1,000,000  Filner
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OP,N                   Deployable Joint Command and Control Shelter Upgrade Program                                                         $3,000,000  Salazar
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OP,N                   Enhanced Detection Adjunct Processor                                                                                 $4,000,000  Kaptur
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OP,N                   Force Protection Boats (Small)                                                                                       $2,000,000  Melancon
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OP,N                   Hydroacoustic Low Frequency Source Generation Systems                                                                $2,000,000  Massa; Lee (NY)
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OP,N                   LSD-41/49 Diesel Engine Low Load Upgrade Kit                                                                         $2,000,000  Baldwin
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OP,N                   Multi-Climate Protection System                                                                                      $2,500,000  Rogers (MI); Hodes, Shea-Porter; Tsongas
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OP,N                   Secure Remote Monitoring Systems                                                                                     $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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OP,N                   SPAWAR Systems Center (SSC/ITC) New Orleans                                                                          $7,500,000  Cao; Scalise
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P,DW                   Expansion of the Forensic Intelligence Technologies and Training Support Center of Excellence                        $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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P,DW                   Intelligence Broadcast Receiver for AFSOC MC-130                                                                     $1,000,000  Miller (FL)
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P,DW                   Light Mobility Vehicle--Internally Transportable Vehicle                                                             $2,000,000  Waters
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P,DW                   NSW Protective Combat Uniform                                                                                        $2,500,000  Granger
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P,DW                   SOPMOD II (M4 Carbine Rail System)                                                                                   $2,500,000  Kingston
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P,DW                   Special Operations Forces Combat Assault Rifle                                                                       $2,500,000  Wilson (SC)
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P,MC                   Marine Corps MK 1077 Flatracks                                                                                       $3,000,000  Aderholt
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P,MC                   Microclimate Cooling Unit for M1 Abrams Tank                                                                         $1,000,000  Lee (NY); Higgins
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P,MC                   Portable Armored Wall System                                                                                         $1,000,000  Adler; Bishop (UT)
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P,MC                   Portable Military Radio Communications Test Set                                                                      $1,500,000  Tiahrt
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PA,A                   Ammunition Production Base Support (Scranton AAP)                                                                    $3,500,000  Kanjorski; Carney
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PA,A                   Blue Grass Army Depot Equipment                                                                                      $3,000,000  Chandler
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PA,A                   Bombline Modernization                                                                                               $2,000,000  Boren
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PA,A                   M721 60mm Illuminating Mortar                                                                                        $2,000,000  Ross
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PA,A                   M722 60mm White Phosphorus Smoke Mortar                                                                              $2,000,000  Ross
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PA,A                   Magneto Inductive Remote Activation Munitions System (MI-RAMS) M156/M39 Kits and M40 Receivers                       $9,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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PA,A                   Small Caliber Ammunition Production Modernization                                                                    $5,000,000  Graves; Cleaver
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PANMC                  Enhanced Laser Guided Training Round                                                                                 $4,500,000  Carney
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RDTE,A                 Achieving Lightweight Casting Solutions                                                                              $2,000,000  Schock
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RDTE,A                 Acid Alkaline Direct Methanol Fuel Cell                                                                              $2,000,000  McIntyre
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Affordable Turbine Engine Program                                                                           $4,000,000  Larson (CT); Courtney; DeLauro; Pastor
                                                                                                                                                         (AZ)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Battery Materials and Manufacturing                                                                         $5,000,000  Halvorson, Biggert
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Bio-Engineering for Enhancement of Soldier Survivability                                                    $3,000,000  Johnson (GA); Bishop (GA); Gingrey (GA);
                                                                                                                                                         Kingston; Lewis (GA); Scott (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Bonded Diamond for Optical Applications                                                                     $2,500,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Cancer Genome Institute                                                                                     $2,500,000  Higgins; Lee (NY); Slaughter
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Carbon Hybrid Battery for Hybrid Electic Vehicles                                                           $1,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Communications for Mobile Networks                                                                          $4,000,000  Mollohan
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composite Ammunition Magazine/Mount System                                                                  $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composite Armor for Force Protection                                                                        $2,000,000  Coble
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composite Materials Research for Land, Marine, and Air Vehicles                                             $3,500,000  Rogers (MI)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composite Nickel-Manganese-Cobalt Lithium Ion Battery                                                       $3,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composite Research for Vehicles                                                                             $5,000,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Composites for Light Weight, Low Cost Transportation Systems using a 3+ Ring Extruder                       $3,000,000  Stupak
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Conductivity Program                                                                                        $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Detection of Explosives                                                                                     $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Diagnostic and Therapeutic Digital Technologies                                                             $2,000,000  Capuano; Cummings; Watson
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Digital Hydraulic Drive System                                                                              $2,500,000  Upton
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System                                                                        $4,500,000  Souder
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Flexible Solar Photovoltaic Technologies                                                                    $3,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Fuel Cell Research Program                                                                                  $4,000,000  Poe
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Functional Nanomaterials for Biological Processes                                                           $2,500,000  Snyder
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Ground EW and Signals Intelligence System                                                                   $2,500,000  Larsen (WA); Smith (WA)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Lightweight Gunner Protection Kit for Lightweight MRAP Vehicle                                              $1,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Lightweight Multifunctional Multi-Threat Composite Armor Material Technology                                $3,000,000  Rangel
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Lithium Ion Phosphate Battery System for Army Combat Hybrid HMMWV and Other Army Vehicle Platforms          $2,000,000  Dingell
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Live, Virtual, and Constructive Training Systems                                                            $3,500,000  Latham
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Military Wound Healing Research and Treatment                                                               $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Nanocomposite Materials for Lightweight Integrated Armor Systems                                            $2,000,000  Ryan (OH)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Packaging Materials for Combat Rations                                                                      $1,000,000  Gingrey (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Polymer Systems for Defense Application--Power Generation, Protection and Sensing                           $3,000,000  Emerson
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Power Generation Unit for Military Applications                                                               $650,000  Roskam
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Power Source for Future Soldiers                                                                            $1,500,000  Carson
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Power Technologies for Nano-Satellites                                                                      $2,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Radar Transceiver IC Development                                                                            $1,000,000  Harman
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Rarefaction Weapon Engineered System                                                                        $4,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Reactive Armor Systems                                                                                      $2,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Tactical Laser Flashlight                                                                                   $1,000,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Technology for Energy Storage                                                                               $2,000,000  Visclosky
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Technology, Energy Manufacturing Sciences                                                                   $7,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Advanced Thermal Management System                                                                                   $3,000,000  Stupak
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RDTE,A                 Advancement of Bloodless Medicine                                                                                    $1,866,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Air Drop Mortar Guided Munition for the Tactical UAV                                                                 $3,000,000  Hastings (WA)
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RDTE,A                 Alginate Oligomers to Treat Infectious Microbial Biofilms                                                            $2,000,000  Kilroy
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RDTE,A                 All Composite Bus Program                                                                                            $2,500,000  Kennedy
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RDTE,A                 Alliance for Nanohealth                                                                                              $5,000,000  Culberson
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RDTE,A                 ALS Therapy Development Institute--Gulf War Illness Research Project                                                 $2,000,000  Capuano; Brown (SC)
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RDTE,A                 Alternative Power Technology for Missile Defense                                                                     $1,000,000  Herseth Sandlin
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RDTE,A                 Aluminum Armor Project                                                                                               $1,050,000  Capito
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RDTE,A                 AN/ALQ 211 Networked EW Controller                                                                                   $1,000,000  Pascrell
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RDTE,A                 Antennas for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles                                                                                $1,000,000  Bonner
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RDTE,A                 Anti-Microbial Bone Graft Product                                                                                    $2,000,000  Crenshaw; Stearns
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RDTE,A                 Antioxidant Micronutrient Therapeutic Countermeasures                                                                $1,000,000  McCarthy (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Anti-Tamper Research and Development                                                                                 $3,800,000  Alexander
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RDTE,A                 Applied Communication and Information Networking                                                                     $3,800,000  Andrews; LoBiondo
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RDTE,A                 ARL 3D Model-Based Inspection and Scanning                                                                           $3,000,000  Ryan (OH)
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RDTE,A                 Armament System Engineering and Integration Initiative                                                               $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen; Sires
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RDTE,A                 Armaments Academy                                                                                                    $3,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Army Center of Excellence in Acoustics, National Center for Physical Acoustics                                       $4,000,000  Childers
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RDTE,A                 Army/Joint STARS Surveillance and Control Data Link Technology Refresh                                               $1,000,000  Davis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Army Portable Oxygen Concentration System                                                                            $1,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Army Vehicle Condition Based Maintenance                                                                             $5,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Asymmetric Threat Response and Analysis Project                                                                      $2,500,000  Giffords
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RDTE,A                 Atomized Magnesium Domestic Production Design and Development                                                        $2,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Automated Portable Field System for Rapid Detection and Diagnosis of Endemic Diseases and Other Pathogens            $2,000,000  Massa
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RDTE,A                 Automotive Technology Tactical Metal Fabrication System                                                              $2,500,000  Clyburn; Brown (SC)
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RDTE,A                 Automotive Tribology Center                                                                                          $2,000,000  Peters
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RDTE,A                 Autonomous Sustainment Cargo Container                                                                               $1,500,000  Bartlett
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RDTE,A                 Ballistic Armor Research                                                                                             $1,000,000  Dent
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RDTE,A                 Battlefield Exercise and Combat Related Spinal Cord Injury Research                                                  $3,000,000  Brown-Waite, Ginny (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Battlefield Nursing                                                                                                  $2,000,000  Cohen
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RDTE,A                 Battlefield Related Injury Translational Research Strategies                                                         $2,250,000  Castor (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Battlefield Research Accelerating Virtual Environments for Military Individual Neuro Disorders (BRAVEMIND)           $1,000,000  Harman
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RDTE,A                 Beneficial Infrastructure for Rotorcraft Risk Reducation                                                             $1,000,000  Sestak
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RDTE,A                 Bio Battery                                                                                                          $1,000,000  Griffith
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RDTE,A                 Biological Air Filtering System Technology                                                                           $3,000,000  Berry
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RDTE,A                 Bio-Printing of Skin for Battlefield Burn Repairs                                                                    $1,000,000  Johnson, Sam (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Biowaste-to-Bioenergy Center                                                                                         $2,500,000  Murphy (NY); Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Blood and Bone Marrow Collection Fellowship                                                                          $2,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Blood Safety and Decontamination Technology                                                                          $3,000,000  Gerlach; DeLauro; Fattah; Markey (MA);
                                                                                                                                                         McDermott; Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Brain Interventional Surgical Hybrid Initiative                                                                      $3,000,000  Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,A                 Brain Safety Net                                                                                                     $3,000,000  Walden; Blumenauer; DeFazio; Wu
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RDTE,A                 Breast Cancer Medical Information Network Decision Support                                                           $1,000,000  Berman
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RDTE,A                 Brownout Situational Awareness Sensor                                                                                $3,000,000  Hunter; Olver
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RDTE,A                 Buster/Blacklight UAV Development                                                                                    $1,000,000  Gonzalez; Ortiz; Rodriguez
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RDTE,A                 Cadmium Emissions Reduction--Letterkenny Army Depot                                                                  $1,000,000  Shuster
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RDTE,A                 Cancer Prevention through Remote Biological Sensing                                                                  $2,000,000  Bishop (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Capabilities Expansion of Spinel Transparent Armor Manufacturing                                                     $2,000,000  Perlmutter
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RDTE,A                 Captive Carry Sensor Test-Bed                                                                                        $3,000,000  Davis (AL); Bachus
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RDTE,A                 Carbide Derived Carbon for Treatment of Combat Related Sepsis                                                        $1,000,000  Sestak
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RDTE,A                 Cellular Therapy for Battlefield Wounds                                                                              $3,500,000  Fudge
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RDTE,A                 Cellulose Nanocomposites Panels for Ballistic Protection                                                             $2,000,000  Michaud; Pingree (ME)
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RDTE,A                 Center for Bone Repair and Military Readiness                                                                        $1,500,000  Cleaver
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RDTE,A                 Center for Cancer Immunology Research                                                                                $2,000,000  Culberson
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RDTE,A                 Center for Defense Systems Research                                                                                  $1,000,000  Reyes
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RDTE,A                 Center for Genetic Origins of Cancer                                                                                 $2,500,000  Dingell; Upton
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RDTE,A                 Center for Hetero-Functional Materials                                                                               $1,000,000  Doggett; Conaway; Rodriguez
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RDTE,A                 Center for Injury Biomechanics                                                                                       $4,000,000  Boucher
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RDTE,A                 Center for Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology                                                         $9,000,000  Capuano; Lynch
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RDTE,A                 Center for Nanoscale Bio-Sensors as a Defense against Biological Threats                                             $3,000,000  Boozman
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RDTE,A                 Center for Ophthalmic Innovation                                                                                     $3,000,000  Diaz-Balart, Mario (FL); Ros-Lehtinen
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RDTE,A                 Center for Virtual Reality Medical Simulation Training                                                               $1,500,000  Bachus; Davis (AL)
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RDTE,A                 Center of Excellence in Infectious Diseases and Human Microbiome                                                     $3,000,000  Maloney; King (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Ceramic and MMC Armor Development using Ring Extruder Technology                                                     $1,000,000  Stupak
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RDTE,A                 CERDEC Integrated Tool Control System                                                                                $2,000,000  Pallone
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RDTE,A                 Chronic Tinnitus Treatment Program                                                                                   $1,000,000  Dent
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RDTE,A                 Clinical Technology Integration for Military Health                                                                  $2,000,000  Markey (MA)
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RDTE,A                 Clinical Trial to Investigate Efficacy of Human Skin Substitute                                                      $1,000,000  Baldwin
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RDTE,A                 Cognitive Based Modeling and Simulation for Tactical Decision Support                                                $2,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Collaboration Skills Training for Time-Critical Teams, Squads and Workgroups                                         $2,000,000  Davis (IL)
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RDTE,A                 Collagen-Based Wound Dressing                                                                                        $1,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,A                 Combat Medic Trainer                                                                                                 $2,000,000  Schwartz; Hunter
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RDTE,A                 Combat Mental Health Initiative                                                                                      $2,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Combat Wound Initiative                                                                                              $3,000,000  Kennedy
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RDTE,A                 Command, Control, Communications Technology                                                                          $2,000,000  Pascrell
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RDTE,A                 Compact Biothreat Rapid Analysis Concept                                                                             $3,000,000  Capuano
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RDTE,A                 Compact Pulsed Power Initiative                                                                                      $4,000,000  Conaway
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RDTE,A                 Composite Applied Research and Technology for FCS and Tactical Vehicle Survivability                                 $1,500,000  Castle
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RDTE,A                 Composite Small Main Rotor Blades                                                                                    $3,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,A                 Compostable and Recyclable Fiberboard Material for Secondary Packaging                                               $2,500,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Construct Training Program                                                                                           $1,500,000  Gutierrez; Jackson (IL)
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RDTE,A                 Control of Vector-Borne Diseases                                                                                     $3,000,000  Visclosky
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RDTE,A                 Conversion of Municipal Solid Waste to Renewable Diesel Fuel                                                         $3,150,000  Rothman; Lance; Sires
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RDTE,A                 Cooperative Developmental Energy Program                                                                             $2,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Crewmember Alert Display Development Program                                                                         $2,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 Current Force Common Active Protection System Radar                                                                  $2,000,000  Johnson, Sam (TX); Hall (TX); Johnson,
                                                                                                                                                         Eddie Bernice (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Customized Nursing Programs for Fort Benning                                                                         $2,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Cyber Threat Analytics                                                                                               $3,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Defense Metals Technology Center                                                                                     $2,500,000  Boccieri; Ryan (OH)
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RDTE,A                 Defense Support for Civil Authorities for Key Resource Protection                                                    $1,000,000  Shuster
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RDTE,A                 Defense Support to Civil Authorities Automated Support System                                                        $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Define Renewable Energy Sources for Base Energy Independence                                                         $1,000,000  Teague
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RDTE,A                 Demonstration of Thin Film Solar Modules as a Renewable Energy Source                                                $1,000,000  Reyes
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RDTE,A                 Dermal Matrix Research                                                                                               $2,000,000  Lance
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RDTE,A                 Development of Enabling Chemical Technologies for Power from Green Sources                                           $1,500,000  Olver
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RDTE,A                 Development of Improved Lighter-Weight IED/EFP Armor Solutions                                                       $2,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,A                 Developmental Mission Integration                                                                                    $7,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 De-Weighting Military Vehicles through Advanced Composites Manufacturing Technology                                  $2,000,000  Davis (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Diabetes Care in the Military                                                                                        $2,000,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Direct Carbon Fuel Cell                                                                                              $3,500,000  Capito
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RDTE,A                 Distributed Power from Wastewater                                                                                    $2,500,000  Wilson (OH); Space
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RDTE,A                 Distributed, Networked, Unmanned Ground Systems                                                                      $2,000,000  Matheson
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RDTE,A                 DoD Diabetes Research and Development Initiative (DRDI)                                                              $3,200,000  Dicks
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RDTE,A                 Domestic Production of Nanodiamond for Military Applications                                                         $2,000,000  Thompson (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Drive System Composite Structural Component Risk Reduction Program                                                   $3,000,000  Brady (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Dual Stage Variable Energy Absorber                                                                                  $3,000,000  Murphy, Patrick (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Effects Based Operations Decision Support Services                                                                   $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Electric All Terrain Ultra Light Vehicle for the Minnesota National Guard                                            $2,000,000  Oberstar
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RDTE,A                 Electrically Charged Mesh Defense Net Troop Protection System                                                        $7,500,000  Aderholt
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RDTE,A                 Electronic Combat and Counter Terrorism Threat Developments to Support Joint Forces                                  $3,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 Enabling Optimization of Reactive Armor                                                                              $3,000,000  Whitfield; Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Enhanced Driver Situational Awareness                                                                                $1,000,000  Kennedy
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RDTE,A                 Enhancing Military Ophthalmic Education and Overcoming Urban Healthcare Disparities with Telemedicine                $3,000,000  Brady (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Enhancing the Commercial Joint Mapping Toolkit to Support Tactical Military Operations                               $4,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Enhancing Wound Healing, Tissue Regeneration, and Biomarker Discovery                                                $2,500,000  Berkley; Titus
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RDTE,A                 Environmentally Intelligent Moisture and Corrosion Control for Concrete                                              $2,100,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Epigenetic Disease Research                                                                                          $2,000,000  McMorris Rodgers
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RDTE,A                 Evaluation of Integrative Approaches to Resilience                                                                   $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Exceptional Family Transitional Training Program for US Military Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen                 $800,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Execution of a Quality Systems Program for FDA Regulation Activities                                                 $1,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Extended Duration Silver Wound Dressing--Phase II                                                                    $1,000,000  Shuler
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RDTE,A                 Eye Trauma and Visual Restoration                                                                                    $1,000,000  Schiff
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RDTE,A                 Eye-Safe Standoff Fusion Detection of CBE Threats                                                                    $2,500,000  Doyle
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RDTE,A                 Field Deployable Hologram Production System                                                                          $4,800,000  Granger; Conaway
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RDTE,A                 Fighting Combat-related Fatigue Syndrome                                                                             $1,000,000  Kosmas; Brown, Corrine (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Fire Shield                                                                                                          $4,000,000  Dreier
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RDTE,A                 Fire Suppression System                                                                                              $1,425,000  Sullivan
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RDTE,A                 Flexible Solar Cell for Man-portable Power Generator                                                                 $1,000,000  Jackson (IL); Rush
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RDTE,A                 Florida Trauma Rehabilitation Institute for Returning Military Personnel                                             $3,000,000  Bilirakis
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RDTE,A                 Flu Vaccine Technology Program                                                                                       $1,500,000  Rahall
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RDTE,A                 Foil Bearing Supported UAV Engine                                                                                    $1,000,000  Larson (CT)
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RDTE,A                 Foliage Penetrating, Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Tracking, and Engagement Radar (FORESTER) Phase II                $2,000,000  Maffei; McHugh
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RDTE,A                 Framework for Electronic Health Record-Linked Predictive Models                                                      $3,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Friction Stir Welding Program                                                                                        $3,000,000  Jordan; Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Fuel System Component Technology Research                                                                            $2,000,000  Manzullo
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RDTE,A                 Fully Burdened Cost of Fuel and Alternative Energy Methodology and Conceptual Model                                  $3,500,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Fused Silica for Large-Format Transparent Armor                                                                      $4,000,000  Space
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RDTE,A                 Gas Engine Driven Air Conditioning                                                                                   $3,000,000  Pastor (AZ); Berkley; Franks (AZ)
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RDTE,A                 Geosciences/Atmospheric Research                                                                                     $3,000,000  Markey (CO); Salazar
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RDTE,A                 Geospatial Airship Research Platform                                                                                 $4,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Green Armament and RangeSafe Technology Initiatives                                                                  $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen; Sires
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RDTE,A                 Hadron Particle Therapy                                                                                              $2,000,000  Foster
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RDTE,A                 Headborne Energy Analysis and Diagnostic System                                                                      $2,000,000  Carney
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RDTE,A                 Health Disparities in Troop Readiness                                                                                $8,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,A                 Heavy Fuel Engine Family for Unmanned Systems                                                                        $4,000,000  Hoekstra
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RDTE,A                 High Performance Alloy Materials and Advanced Manufacturing of Steel Castings for New Light Weight and Robotic       $3,000,000  Emerson
                        Weapon Systems
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RDTE,A                 High Performance Computing in Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences                                             $1,500,000  Watt
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RDTE,A                 High Strength Glass Production and Qualification for Armor Applications                                              $2,000,000  Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Highlander Electro-Optical Sensors                                                                                   $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Highly Integrated Lethality Systems Development                                                                      $4,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Highly Integrated Production for Expediting Reset                                                                    $2,500,000  Brown (SC); Altmire; Rogers (AL); Wilson
                                                                                                                                                         (SC)
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RDTE,A                 High-Volume Manufacturing Development for Thin-film Lithium Stack Battery Technologies                               $1,000,000  Honda; Carter
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RDTE,A                 HIV Prevention and Reducing Risk to US Military Personnel                                                            $3,000,000  Pelosi
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RDTE,A                 Hostile Fire Indicator for Aircraft                                                                                  $2,000,000  Holt; Hodes
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RDTE,A                 Human Genomics, Molecular Epidemiology, and Clinical Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases                             $1,500,000  Pastor (AZ)
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RDTE,A                 Human Organ and Tissue Preservation Technology                                                                       $2,000,000  Wilson (SC)
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RDTE,A                 Hybrid Electric Drive All Terrain Vehicle                                                                            $2,000,000  Peters
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RDTE,A                 Hybrid Electric Heavy Truck Vehicle                                                                                  $2,000,000  Bartlett
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RDTE,A                 Hybrid Energy Systems Design and Testing                                                                             $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,A                 Hyper Spectral Sensor for Improved Force Protection                                                                  $2,000,000  Akin
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RDTE,A                 Imaging and Cognitive Evaluation of Soldiers                                                                           $800,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Improved HELLHOUND 40mm Low Velocity High Explosive Ammunition                                                         $750,000  Boyd
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RDTE,A                 Improved Thermal Batteries for Guided Munitions                                                                      $3,000,000  Schwartz
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RDTE,A                 Improved Thermal Resistant Nylon for Enhanced Durability and Thermal Protection in Combat Uniforms                   $1,500,000  Castle; Barrett
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RDTE,A                 Improving Soldier Recovery from Catastrophic Bone Injuries                                                           $4,000,000  Murphy (CT)
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RDTE,A                 Infection Prevention Program for Battlefield Wounds                                                                  $2,000,000  McGovern
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RDTE,A                 Infectious and Airborne Pathogen Reduction                                                                           $2,800,000  Whitfield; Arcuri; Childers; Higgins
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RDTE,A                 Injection Molded Ceramic Body Armor                                                                                  $1,000,000  Olver
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RDTE,A                 Ink-based Desktop Electronic Material Technology                                                                     $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Institute for Simulation and Interprofessional Studies                                                               $5,800,000  Dicks; McDermott; McMorris Rodgers;
                                                                                                                                                         Smith (WA)
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RDTE,A                 Integrated Defense Technical Information                                                                             $2,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Integrated Family of Test Equipment V6 Product Improvement Program                                                   $3,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 Integrated Information Technology Policy Analysis Research and Technology Commercialization and Management           $4,000,000  Lewis (CA)
                        Network
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RDTE,A                 Integrated Lightweight Tracker System                                                                                $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Integrated Patient Electronic Record System                                                                          $2,000,000  Lee (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Simulation Integration Laboratory                                $2,000,000  Smith (NJ)
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RDTE,A                 Intelligent Energy Control Systems                                                                                   $3,000,000  Granger
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RDTE,A                 Intelligent Network-Centric Sensor Development Program                                                               $1,500,000  Cohen
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RDTE,A                 Intelligent Orthopedic Fracture Implant Program                                                                      $1,000,000  Kildee
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RDTE,A                 Intensive Quenching for Advanced Weapon Systems                                                                      $1,500,000  Sutton; Ryan (OH); Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Inter Turbine Burner for Turbo Shaft Engines                                                                         $3,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Internal Base Facility Energy Independence                                                                           $3,200,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 In-Theater Evaluation of Ballistic Protection                                                                        $1,000,000  Michaud; Pingree (ME)
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RDTE,A                 IR-Vascular Facial Fingerprinting                                                                                    $3,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 IUID Data Platform                                                                                                   $2,500,000  Kennedy
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RDTE,A                 Jackson Health System Military Trauma Training Enhancement Initiative                                                $2,500,000  Meek (FL); Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,A                 Javelin Warhead Improvement Program                                                                                  $5,000,000  Bright; Brown, Corrine (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Joint Fires and Effects Trainer System Enhancements                                                                  $2,500,000  Cole; Fallin
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RDTE,A                 Joint Medical Simulation Technology Center                                                                           $1,600,000  Kosmas
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RDTE,A                 Joint Munitions and Lethality Mission Integration                                                                    $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Joint Precision AirDrop Systems-Wind Profiling Portable Radar                                                        $2,300,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Joint Threat Emitters                                                                                                $5,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 Laboratory for Engineered Human Protection                                                                           $2,000,000  Fattah
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RDTE,A                 Large Format Li-Ion Battery                                                                                            $600,000  Moore (WI)
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RDTE,A                 Large-Scale Manufacturing of Revolutionary Nanostructured Materials                                                  $1,500,000  Moore (WI)
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RDTE,A                 Lens-Less Dual-Mode Micro Seeker for Medium-Caliber Guided Projectiles                                               $2,500,000  Dreier
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RDTE,A                 Leonard Wood Institute                                                                                              $15,000,000  Skelton
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RDTE,A                 Lifestyle Modifications to Reduce Chronic Disease in Military Personnel                                              $1,500,000  Pelosi
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight 10-meter Antenna Mast                                                                                    $2,500,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Magnesium Parts for Military Applications                                                                $2,000,000  Holden
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Metal Alloy Foam for Armor                                                                               $4,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Munitions and Surveillance System for Unmanned Air and Ground Vehicles                                   $4,800,000  Garrett
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Packaging System for Enhancing Combat Munitions Logistics                                                $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen; Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Polymer Designs for Soldier Combat Optics                                                                $1,000,000  Olver
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight Protective Roofing                                                                                       $1,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Lightweight, Battery Driven, and Battlefield Deployment Ready NG Feeding Tube Cleaner                                  $500,000  Thompson (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Linear Accelerator Cancer Research Project                                                                           $1,000,000  Rangel; Lowey; Maloney
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RDTE,A                 Locating and Tracking Explosive Threats with Wireless Sensors and Networks                                           $6,000,000  Emerson
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RDTE,A                 Logistical Fuel Processors Development                                                                               $1,500,000  Bachus; Rogers (AL)
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RDTE,A                 LW25 Gun System and Demonstration                                                                                    $3,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,A                 M109A6 Paladin                                                                                                       $2,000,000  Rogers (AL)
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RDTE,A                 Maine Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, Toxic Particles Research and Equipment                         $2,000,000  Pingree (ME)
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RDTE,A                 Maine Institute for Human Genetics and Health                                                                        $2,000,000  Michaud
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RDTE,A                 Malaria Vaccine Development                                                                                          $2,000,000  McDermott; Smith (WA)
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RDTE,A                 Manufacturing and Industrial Technology Center                                                                         $500,000  Boyd
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RDTE,A                 Manufacturing Lab for Next Generation Engineers                                                                      $2,000,000  Schock
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RDTE,A                 Mariah Hypersonic Wind Tunnel Development Program                                                                    $4,000,000  Rehberg
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RDTE,A                 Market Viable, Dual-Use, Advanced Energy Storage Solutions Development                                               $5,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,A                 Marty Driesler Lung Cancer Project                                                                                   $2,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Mass Casualty First Responders Disaster Surge Technology Program                                                     $3,000,000  Pallone; Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Materials Processing and Applications Development Center of Excellence for Industry                                  $1,500,000  Bachus
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RDTE,A                 Medical Biosurveillance and Efficiency Program                                                                       $2,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,A                 Medical Errors Reduction Initiative                                                                                  $2,500,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Medium Caliber Metal Parts Upgrade                                                                                   $3,100,000  Kanjorski
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RDTE,A                 Micro Inertial Navigation Unit Technology                                                                            $1,500,000  Doyle
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RDTE,A                 Microencapsulation and Vaccine Delivery Research                                                                     $1,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Micromachined Switches in Support of Transformational Communications Architecture                                    $3,000,000  Miller, George (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Mid-Infrared Super Continuum Laser                                                                                   $1,000,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Midwest Traumatic Injury Rehabilitation Center                                                                       $1,460,000  Ehlers
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RDTE,A                 Military Burn Trauma Research Program                                                                                $2,000,000  Matsui; Lungren
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RDTE,A                 Military Drug Management System                                                                                      $3,000,000  Mollohan
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RDTE,A                 Military Family Coping Patterns                                                                                        $500,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Military Fuel Cell Genset Technology Demonstration                                                                   $2,500,000  Boccieri
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RDTE,A                 Military Low Vision Research                                                                                         $3,000,000  Lynch; Capuano
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RDTE,A                 Military Mental Health Initiative                                                                                      $750,000  Kilpatrick; Dingell
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RDTE,A                 Military Pediatric Training and Support                                                                              $5,000,000  Norton
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RDTE,A                 Mission Hospital Computerized Physician Order Entry                                                                  $1,000,000  Shuler
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RDTE,A                 Mobile Integrated Diagnostic and Data Analysis                                                                       $2,000,000  Adler
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RDTE,A                 Mobile Mesh Network Node                                                                                             $2,200,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Mobile Power 30 kW System Power Control Unit Development Project                                                     $1,000,000  Harman
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RDTE,A                 Model for Green Laboratories and Clean Rooms                                                                         $1,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Modeling and Testing of Next Generation Body Armor                                                                   $1,500,000  Rush
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RDTE,A                 Molecular Electronics for Flash Memory Production                                                                    $2,000,000  Lipinski
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RDTE,A                 Montefiore Critical Looking Glass                                                                                    $1,500,000  Engel
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RDTE,A                 Mortar Anti-Personnel/Anti-MaterielTechnology                                                                        $4,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 MOTS All Sky Imager                                                                                                  $1,200,000  Reyes; Rodriguez
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RDTE,A                 Multi-Campus Base Facility Energy Independence                                                                       $4,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,A                 Multi-layer Co-extrusion for High Performance Packaging                                                              $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Multiplexed Human Fungal Infection Diagnostic                                                                        $2,000,000  Frank (MA)
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RDTE,A                 Multi-Utility Materials for Future Combat Systems                                                                    $1,000,000  Herseth Sandlin; Brown, Corrine (FL);
                                                                                                                                                         Latham; Meek
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RDTE,A                 Musculoskeletal Interdisciplinary Research Initiative                                                                $2,000,000  Bilirakis
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RDTE,A                 Myositis Association--exposure to environmental toxins                                                               $1,250,000  Israel
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RDTE,A                 Nano Advanced Cluster Energetics                                                                                     $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Nanocrystal Source Display                                                                                             $950,000  Markey (MA)
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RDTE,A                 Nanofiber Based Synthetic Bone Repair Device for Limb Salvage                                                        $1,000,000  Wamp
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RDTE,A                 Nanofluid Coolants                                                                                                     $500,000  Davis (KY)
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RDTE,A                 Nano-imaging Agents for Early Disease Detection                                                                      $1,000,000  Green, Al (TX); Culberson
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RDTE,A                 Nanomanufacturing of Multifunctional Sensors                                                                         $2,000,000  Tsongas
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RDTE,A                 Nanophotonic Biosensor Detection of Bioagents and Pathogens                                                          $1,900,000  Kingston; Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Nanotechnology for Potable Water and Waste Treatment                                                                 $2,000,000  Sutton; Murphy, Tim (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Nanotechnology Fuze                                                                                                  $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Nanotechnology-Enabled Self-Healing Anti-Corrosion Coating Products                                                  $2,000,000  Holt
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RDTE,A                 National Biodefense Training Center                                                                                  $5,000,000  Olson
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RDTE,A                 National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining                                                              $2,000,000  Murphy, Tim (PA)
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RDTE,A                 National Eye Evaluation and Research Network                                                                         $3,000,000  Lewis (CA); Sarbanes
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RDTE,A                 National Functional Genomics Center                                                                                  $6,000,000  Bilirakis; Castor (FL); Young (FL)
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RDTE,A                 National Oncogenomics and Molecular Imaging Center                                                                   $5,950,000  Kilpatrick
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RDTE,A                 NAU-TGen North Dangerous Pathogens DNA Forensics Center Upgrades                                                     $2,000,000  Kirkpatrick
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RDTE,A                 Near Infrared Spectroscopy Military Personnel Assessment                                                             $1,000,000  Castor (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Networked Reliability and Safety Early Evaluation System                                                             $2,000,000  Dent
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RDTE,A                 Neural Control of External Devices                                                                                   $1,000,000  Kennedy
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RDTE,A                 Neuroimaging and Neuropsychiatric Trauma in US Warfighters                                                           $6,250,000  Pelosi
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RDTE,A                 Neuro-Performance Research                                                                                           $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Neuroscience Research Consortium to Study Spinal Cord Injury                                                         $1,500,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (FL); Ros-Lehtinen;
                                                                                                                                                         Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,A                 New York Medical College Bioterrorism Research                                                                         $165,000  Lowey
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RDTE,A                 Next Generation Communications System                                                                                $1,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,A                 Next Generation Green, Economical and Automated Production of Composite Structures for Aerospace                     $1,000,000  Grijalva
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RDTE,A                 Next Generation Machining Technology and Equipment                                                                   $2,000,000  Murphy (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Next Generation Precision Airdrop System                                                                             $2,500,000  Larson (CT)
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RDTE,A                 Next Generation Wearable Video Capture System                                                                        $1,000,000  Stupak
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RDTE,A                 Nicholson Center for Surgical Advancement Medical Robotics and Simulation                                            $5,250,000  Grayson
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RDTE,A                 Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate                                                                      $2,500,000  Olver
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RDTE,A                 Non-Leaching Antimicrobial Surface for Orthopedic Devices                                                            $1,500,000  Capuano
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RDTE,A                 Northern Illinois Proton Treatment and Research Center                                                               $3,500,000  Foster
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RDTE,A                 Novel Zinc Air Power Sources for Military Applications                                                               $2,500,000  Rogers (AL)
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RDTE,A                 Nurse Education Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Underserved Populations                                $2,000,000  Shuster
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RDTE,A                 Nursing Teaching and Leadership Program                                                                              $1,000,000  McDermott
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RDTE,A                 OMNI Active Vibration Control System                                                                                 $3,000,000  Dahlkemper
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RDTE,A                 ONAMI Miniaturized Tactical Energy Systems Development                                                               $2,500,000  Schrader; Blumenauer; DeFazio; Walden;
                                                                                                                                                         Wu
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RDTE,A                 One-Step JP-8 Bio-Diesel Fuel                                                                                        $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Operating Room of the Future                                                                                         $2,500,000  Berman
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RDTE,A                 Operation Re-Entry NC                                                                                                $3,000,000  Butterfield
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RDTE,A                 Optimization of the US Army Topographic Data Management Enterprise                                                   $2,600,000  Murtha; Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Optimizing Natural Language Processing of Open Source Intelligence                                                   $1,500,000  Bishop (UT)
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RDTE,A                 Organic Semiconductor Modeling and Simulation                                                                        $1,100,000  Gohmert
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RDTE,A                 Pacific Command Renewable Energy Security Systems                                                                    $3,000,000  Abercrombie
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RDTE,A                 Parsons Institute for Information Mapping                                                                            $1,500,000  Nadler
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RDTE,A                 Pediatric Cancer Research and Clinical Trials                                                                        $2,000,000  Ryan (OH); Culberson; Rothman; Van
                                                                                                                                                         Hollen
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RDTE,A                 Perpetually Available and Secure Information Systems                                                                 $4,000,000  Doyle
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RDTE,A                 Personal Miniature Thermal Viewer                                                                                    $1,000,000  Michaud
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RDTE,A                 Personal Status Monitor                                                                                              $1,000,000  Maffei; McHugh
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RDTE,A                 Plant-Based Vaccine Research                                                                                         $2,500,000  Guthrie
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RDTE,A                 Plasma Sterilizer                                                                                                    $3,000,000  Ellison; McCollum
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RDTE,A                 Plug-in Architecture for DOD Medical Imaging                                                                         $1,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Polymeric Web Run-Flat Tire Inserts for Convoy Protection                                                            $3,500,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Portable Fuel Cell Power Source                                                                                      $3,000,000  Price (NC)
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RDTE,A                 Portable Low-Volume Therapy for Severe Blood Loss                                                                    $2,000,000  Oberstar
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RDTE,A                 Portable Mobile Emergency Broadband Systems                                                                          $3,000,000  Gerlach; Sestak
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RDTE,A                 Portable Sensor for Toxic Gas Detection                                                                              $2,600,000  Granger
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RDTE,A                 Positron Capture and Storage                                                                                         $1,500,000  McMorris Rodgers
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RDTE,A                 Power Efficient Microdisplay Development for US Army Night Vision                                                    $3,000,000  Hall (NY)
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RDTE,A                 Prader Willi Syndrome Research                                                                                       $2,000,000  Royce
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RDTE,A                 Precision Guidance Kit Technology Development                                                                        $7,500,000  Mollohan; Bartlett
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RDTE,A                 Precision Guided Airdropped Equipment                                                                                $1,500,000  Velazquez; Towns
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RDTE,A                 Predictive Casting Process Modeling for Rapid Production of Critical Defense Components                              $2,000,000  Hall (TX)
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RDTE,A                 PrideCenter for America's Wounded Veterans                                                                           $2,000,000  Berry
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RDTE,A                 Printed and Conformal Electronics for Military Applications                                                          $2,000,000  Mitchell; Lance; Lofgren; Ryan (OH);
                                                                                                                                                         Schakowsky; Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Project National Shield Integration Center                                                                           $1,500,000  Capito
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RDTE,A                 Protective 3-D Armor Structure to Safeguard Military Vehicles and Troops                                             $2,000,000  Levin
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RDTE,A                 Protective Gear Development through Man-In-Stimulant-Test Chamber                                                    $1,000,000  Etheridge; Miller (NC)
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RDTE,A                 Protein Hydrogel for Surgical Repair of Battlefield Injuries                                                         $1,000,000  Gingrey (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Qualification and Insertion of New High Temperature Domestic Sourced PES for Military Aircraft                       $3,000,000  Johnson, Eddie Bernice (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Rapid Insertion of Developmental Technologies into Fielded Systems                                                   $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen; Sires
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RDTE,A                 Rapid Response Force Projection Systems                                                                              $2,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Rapid Wound Healing Cell Technology                                                                                  $2,500,000  Doyle
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RDTE,A                 Rare Earth Mining Separation and Metal Production                                                                    $3,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 RDT&E; for the Family of Heavy Tactical Vehicles (FHTV)                                                               $2,000,000  Kagen
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RDTE,A                 Reactive Materials                                                                                                   $1,500,000  Barton
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RDTE,A                 Recovery, Recycle, and Reuse of DOE Metals for DoD Applications                                                      $2,400,000  Granger
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RDTE,A                 Reduced Manning Situational Awareness                                                                                $5,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Reducing First Responder Casualties with Physiological Monitoring                                                    $1,500,000  Hodes
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RDTE,A                 Regenerative Medicine Research                                                                                       $2,000,000  Michaud
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RDTE,A                 Reliability and Affordability Enhancement for Precision Guided Munition Systems                                      $6,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,A                 Remote Bio-Medical Detector                                                                                          $3,500,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Remote Environmental Monitoring and Diagnostics in the Perishables Supply Chain                                      $2,750,000  Stearns
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RDTE,A                 Remote Explosive Analysis and Detection System                                                                       $1,000,000  Griffith
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RDTE,A                 Renewable Energy Testing Center                                                                                      $1,000,000  Matsui; Lungren
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RDTE,A                 Research to Develop Strategies to Improve Prognosis of Soldiers Suffering Abdominal Trauma                           $2,000,000  Yarmuth
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RDTE,A                 Research to Treat Cancerous Brain Tumors using Neural Stem Cells                                                     $2,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Rocket Motor Contained System                                                                                        $1,000,000  Heller
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RDTE,A                 Ruggedized Military Laptop Fuel Cell Power Supply- Project Phase 3                                                   $4,000,000  Brown, Corrine (FL); Crenshaw
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RDTE,A                 Rural Health Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Underserved Populations                                   $2,000,000  Shuster
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RDTE,A                 Scaleable Efficient Power for Armament Systems and Vehicles Dual Use                                                 $5,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 School of Nursing Advancement                                                                                        $2,000,000  Pelosi
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RDTE,A                 Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) at Coppin University                                            $1,000,000  Cummings
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RDTE,A                 Secure Open Source Initiative                                                                                        $3,000,000  Price (NC); Miller (NC)
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RDTE,A                 Self Powered Prosthetic Limb Technology                                                                              $2,000,000  Thompson (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Self-Powered Sensor System for Munition Guidance and Health Monitoring                                               $2,000,000  Holt
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RDTE,A                 Sensor Tape Physiological Monitoring                                                                                 $2,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,A                 Shared Vision                                                                                                        $3,000,000  Latham
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RDTE,A                 SHARK Precision Guided Artillery Round--105mm                                                                        $5,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Silent Watch, IB NPS 1160 Lithium-Ion Advanced Battery                                                               $1,000,000  Dent
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RDTE,A                 Silver Fox and Manta Unmanned Aerial Systems                                                                         $2,000,000  Franks (AZ)
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RDTE,A                 Smart Machine Platform Initiative                                                                                    $3,000,000  Driehaus; Tonko
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RDTE,A                 Smart Oil Sensor                                                                                                     $3,000,000  Thompson (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Smart Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Program                                                                                 $4,100,000  Kilpatrick; Conyers; Dingell; Rogers
                                                                                                                                                         (MI)
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RDTE,A                 Smart Wound Dressing for MRSA Infected Battlefield Wounds                                                            $1,000,000  Driehaus; Cummings; Ruppersberger; Scott
                                                                                                                                                         (VA)
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RDTE,A                 Soldier Personal Cooling System                                                                                      $1,200,000  Kosmas
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RDTE,A                 Soldier Protection through Unmanned Ground Vehicles                                                                  $1,500,000  Nye
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RDTE,A                 Soldier Situational Awareness Wristband                                                                              $1,400,000  Capuano
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RDTE,A                 Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Powered Tactical Charger                                                                       $1,200,000  Maffei
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RDTE,A                 Solid State Processing of Titanium Alloys for Advanced Materiel Armaments                                            $1,500,000  Kaptur; LaTourette
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RDTE,A                 Specialized Compact Automated Mechanical Clearance Platform                                                          $4,000,000  Murphy, Patrick (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Spectroscopic Materials Identification Center                                                                        $2,000,000  Berry
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RDTE,A                 Spinal Cord Restoration Therapies                                                                                    $1,000,000  Hoyer; Cummings; Ruppersberger
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RDTE,A                 Spinal Muscular Atrophy Research Program                                                                             $3,000,000  Pelosi; Nadler; Rangel
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RDTE,A                 Standard Ground Station--Enhancement Program                                                                         $2,500,000  Lance; Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Standoff Improvised Explosive Detection Program                                                                      $6,000,000  Boyd; Berry; Brown, Corrine (FL);
                                                                                                                                                         Hirono; Meek
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RDTE,A                 Stress Disorders Research Initiative at Fort Hood                                                                    $3,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,A                 Superlattice Semiconductors for Mobile SS Lighting and Solar Power Applications                                      $3,500,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,A                 Surveillance Augmentation Vehicle                                                                                    $1,500,000  Childers
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RDTE,A                 Sustainable Alternative Energy                                                                                       $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Synchrotron-Based Scanning Research Neuroscience and Proton Institute                                                $6,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Tactical Cogeneration System                                                                                         $1,000,000  Hastings (WA)
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RDTE,A                 Tactical Metal Fabrication System (TacFab)                                                                           $1,000,000  Turner; Adler; Andrews; Cole; Lance;
                                                                                                                                                         Markey (MA); Ryan (OH); Tsongas
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RDTE,A                 Tactical Overwatch High Altitude System                                                                              $1,000,000  Griffith
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RDTE,A                 Tamper Proof Organic Packaging as Applied to Remote Armament Systems                                                 $6,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,A                 Techniques to Manage Noncompressible Hemorrhage Following Combat Injury                                              $2,500,000  Smith (TX); Carter; Gonzalez; Rodriguez
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RDTE,A                 Technologies for Military Equipment Replenishment                                                                    $2,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,A                 Technology Development at the Quad Cities Manufacturing Laboratory                                                   $2,000,000  Hare
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RDTE,A                 Technology Solutions for Brain Cancer Detection and Treatment                                                        $1,500,000  Cohen
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RDTE,A                 Telepharmacy Robotic Medicine Device Unit                                                                            $1,000,000  Brady (PA)
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RDTE,A                 Terahertz Sensing and Imaging Technology                                                                             $2,000,000  Boozman
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RDTE,A                 Testing of Microneedle Device for Multiple Applications                                                              $1,200,000  Baldwin
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RDTE,A                 Threat Detection and Neutralization                                                                                  $4,000,000  Mollohan
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RDTE,A                 Tire to Track Transformer System for Light Vehicles                                                                  $2,000,000  Peterson
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RDTE,A                 Titanium Powder Advanced Forged Parts Program                                                                        $3,800,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 Translational Research for Muscular Dystrophy                                                                        $2,000,000  Michaud; Pingree (ME)
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RDTE,A                 Transportable Renal Replacement Therapy for Battlefield Applications                                                 $1,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,A                 Treatment of Battlefield Spinal Cord and Burn Injuries                                                                 $450,000  Wu; Baird; Blumenauer; Schrader
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RDTE,A                 Tungsten Heavy Alloy Penetrator and Warhead Development                                                              $1,500,000  Carney
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RDTE,A                 Turbo Fuel Cell Engine                                                                                               $4,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,A                 UH-60 Transmission/Gearbox Galvanic Corrosion Reduction                                                              $1,500,000  Kissell
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RDTE,A                 Ultra Light Metallic Armor                                                                                           $1,000,000  Costello
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RDTE,A                 Ultra Light Weight Transmissions                                                                                     $2,000,000  Schauer
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RDTE,A                 Understanding Blast Induced Brain Injury                                                                             $3,000,000  Fortenberry
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RDTE,A                 Universal Control                                                                                                    $2,500,000  Larson (CT)
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RDTE,A                 University Center for Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response                                                   $1,500,000  Pallone; Holt
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RDTE,A                 University of Miami Ryder Trauma Center/William Lehman Injury Research Center                                        $4,000,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (FL)
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RDTE,A                 Unmanned Hybrid Projectiles                                                                                          $3,000,000  Larson (CT); Courtney
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RDTE,A                 Unmanned Robotic System Utilizing a Hydrocarbon Fueled Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System                                  $3,000,000  Dingell
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RDTE,A                 Unmanned System Algorithm Development                                                                                $4,000,000  Mollohan
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RDTE,A                 Vanadium Safety Readiness                                                                                            $4,200,000  Dahlkemper; Paul; Space
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RDTE,A                 Vanadium Technology Program                                                                                          $3,000,000  Wilson (SC)
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RDTE,A                 Video Compression Technology                                                                                         $2,000,000  Holt
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RDTE,A                 Vision Integrating Strategies in Ophthalmology and Neurochemistry                                                    $4,000,000  Granger
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RDTE,A                 Voice Recognition and Cross Platform Speech Interface System                                                         $2,500,000  Shuster
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RDTE,A                 VTOL Man-Rated UAV and UGV for Medical Multi-Missions and CASEVAC                                                    $1,000,000  Harman
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RDTE,A                 Waterside Wide Area Tactical Coverage and Homing                                                                     $4,000,000  Aderholt
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RDTE,A                 Westchester County Medical Center Health Imaging Upgrades                                                            $1,500,000  Lowey
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RDTE,A                 Wireless HUMS for Condition Based Maintenance of Army Helicopters                                                    $2,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,A                 Wireless Medical Monitoring System                                                                                   $3,000,000  Boswell; Latham; Miller, Gary (CA)
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RDTE,A                 Womens Cancer Genomics Center                                                                                        $3,000,000  McCarthy (NY); Lowey
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RDTE,A                 Wounded Servicemember Bioelectrics Research                                                                          $1,500,000  Nye
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RDTE,A                 Zinc-Flow Electrical Energy Storage                                                                                  $2,500,000  Johnson (IL)
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RDTE,A                 Zumwalt National Program for Countermeasures to Biological and Chemical Threats                                      $1,500,000  Neugebauer
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RDTE,AF                3D Bias Woven Perform Development                                                                                    $3,000,000  Schwartz; Gerlach; Sestak
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RDTE,AF                Accelerated Insertion of Advanced Materials and Certification for Military Aircraft Structure Material               $2,500,000  Tiahrt
                        Substitution and Repair
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RDTE,AF                Accelerator-Driven Non-Destructive Testing                                                                           $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,AF                Advance Propulsion Non-Tactical Vehicle                                                                              $2,000,000  Massa
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Aerospace Heat Exchangers                                                                                     $750,000  Wilson (OH)
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Deformable Mirrors for High Energy Laser Weapons                                                            $2,000,000  Heinrich
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Electromagnetic Location of IEDs Defeat System                                                              $1,500,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Electronic Components for Sensor Arrays                                                                     $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Lithium Battery Scale-up and Manufacturing                                                                  $2,000,000  Scott (GA); Bishop (GA); Johnson (GA)
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Modular Avionics for Operationally Responsive Satellite Use                                                 $3,100,000  Heinrich
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RDTE,AF                Advanced Vehicle Propulsion Center                                                                                   $3,000,000  McKeon
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RDTE,AF                Aerospace Lab Equipment Upgrade                                                                                      $1,500,000  Napolitano
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RDTE,AF                Aerospace Laser Micro Engineering Station                                                                            $1,000,000  Wittman; Nye; Scott (VA)
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RDTE,AF                AFRL Edwards Rocket Test Stand 2-A Technical Improvements                                                            $1,500,000  McCarthy (CA)
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RDTE,AF                ALC Logistics Integration Environment                                                                                $1,000,000  Shuster
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RDTE,AF                Algal-Derived Jet Fuel for Air Force Applications                                                                    $3,000,000  LaTourette
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RDTE,AF                AT-6B Demonstration for ANG                                                                                          $7,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,AF                B-1 AESA Radar Operational Utility Evaluation                                                                        $1,000,000  Herseth Sandlin
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RDTE,AF                B-2 Advanced Tactical Data Link                                                                                      $6,000,000  McKeon
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RDTE,AF                B-52 Tactical Data Link Capability                                                                                   $6,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,AF                Ballistic Missile Technology                                                                                         $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,AF                Base Facility Energy Independence, Stewart Air National Guard Base                                                   $5,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,AF                BATMAV Program Miniature Digital Data Link                                                                           $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,AF                Big Antennas Small Structures Efficient Tactical UAV                                                                 $2,000,000  Harman
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RDTE,AF                Bio-JP8 Fuel Development                                                                                             $5,000,000  Boyd
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RDTE,AF                Body Armor Improved Ballistic Protection, Research and Development                                                   $2,200,000  Murtha
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RDTE,AF                Carbon Nano-Materials for Advanced Aerospace Applications                                                            $1,000,000  Culberson
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RDTE,AF                Carbon Nanotube Enhanced Power Sources for Space                                                                     $2,000,000  Markey (MA)
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RDTE,AF                Center for Solar Electricity and Hydrogen                                                                            $5,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,AF                Center for Space Entrepreneurship                                                                                    $2,000,000  Polis
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RDTE,AF                Center for UAS Research, Education and Training Infrastructure                                                       $3,000,000  Pomeroy
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RDTE,AF                Close Proximity Space Situational Awareness                                                                          $1,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,AF                Command and Control Service Level Management (C2SLM) Program                                                         $4,000,000  Blunt
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RDTE,AF                Corrosion Detection and Visualization Program                                                                        $1,000,000  Smith (WA)
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RDTE,AF                COTS Technology for Space Command and Control                                                                        $2,000,000  Gerlach
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RDTE,AF                Cyber Attack and Security Environment                                                                                $4,000,000  McHugh; Arcuri
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RDTE,AF                Cyber Security Research Program                                                                                      $1,500,000  Alexander
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RDTE,AF                Demonstration and Validation of Renewable Energy Technology                                                          $1,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,AF                Development and Testing of Advanced Hybrid Rockets for Space Applications                                            $3,500,000  Lofgren
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RDTE,AF                Distributed Mission Interoperability Toolkit (DMIT)                                                                  $4,000,000  LoBiondo; Andrews; Sestak
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RDTE,AF                Domestic Manufacturing of 45nm Electronics                                                                           $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,AF                Efficient Utilization of Transmission Hyperspace                                                                     $2,500,000  Arcuri
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RDTE,AF                Eglin AFB Range Operations Control Center                                                                            $2,500,000  Miller (FL)
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RDTE,AF                Electromagnetic Battlespace Management                                                                               $2,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,AF                EMI Grid Fabrication Technology                                                                                      $3,000,000  Bono Mack
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RDTE,AF                Energy and Sensor Informatics Research and Translation                                                               $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,AF                Fine Water Mist Fire Suppression Technology to Replace Halon                                                         $2,500,000  Boyd
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RDTE,AF                Florida National Guard Total Force Integration                                                                       $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,AF                Frank R. Seaver Science and Engineering Initiative                                                                   $2,200,000  Waters
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RDTE,AF                Gallium Nitride (GaN) Microelectronics and Materials                                                                 $2,000,000  Coble
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RDTE,AF                GAPS/AWS Horizontal Integration                                                                                      $5,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,AF                Hawaii Microalgae Biofuel Project                                                                                    $4,400,000  Hirono
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RDTE,AF                High Bandwidth, High Energy Storage, Exawatt Laser Glass Development                                                 $3,500,000  Kanjorski
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RDTE,AF                High Energy Li-Ion Technology for Aviation Batteries                                                                 $1,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,AF                High Pressure Pure Air Generator System                                                                              $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,AF                Hybrid Bearings                                                                                                      $1,000,000  Shuler; Coble; Wilson (OH)
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RDTE,AF                Hybrid Nanoparticle-based Coolant Technology Development and Manufacturing                                           $1,000,000  Dent
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RDTE,AF                Institute for Science and Engineering Simulation                                                                     $4,500,000  Burgess
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RDTE,AF                Integrated Engine Starter/Generator                                                                                  $2,000,000  Turner
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RDTE,AF                Integrated Passive Electronic Components                                                                             $1,700,000  Simpson
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RDTE,AF                Integrated Propulsion Analysis and Spacecraft Engineering Tools (IPAT/ISET)                                          $6,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,AF                Inter-Base Facility Energy Independence                                                                              $3,000,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,AF                Large Area, APVT Materials Development for High Power Devices                                                        $2,000,000  Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,AF                Laser Peening for Friction Stir Welded Aerospace Structures                                                          $2,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,AF                Long-Loiter, Load Bearing Antenna Platform for Pervasive Airborne Intelligence                                       $5,000,000  Blunt
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RDTE,AF                Low-Defect Density Gallium Nitride Materials for High-Performance Electronic Devices                                 $3,500,000  Price (NC)
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RDTE,AF                Micromachined Switches for Next Generation Modular Satellites                                                        $3,000,000  Miller, George (CA)
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RDTE,AF                Micro-Satellite Serial Manufacturing to Include Academic Outreach Educational Program                                $1,500,000  Harman
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RDTE,AF                Minuteman III Advanced Third Stage Domestic Fiber Motor Case Development                                             $3,000,000  Lungren
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RDTE,AF                Mission Design and Analysis Tool                                                                                     $2,000,000  Kingston
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RDTE,AF                Mitigating RoHS Lead-Free Issues in Aerospace Circuit Board Manufacturing                                            $1,000,000  Kaptur; Sutton
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RDTE,AF                Multilingual Text Mining Platform for Intelligence Analysts                                                          $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,AF                Multi-Mode Propulsion Phase IIA: High Performance Green Propellant                                                   $2,000,000  Kratovil
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RDTE,AF                Multiple UAS Cooperative Concentrated Observation and Engagement Against a Common Ground Objective                   $2,000,000  Bartlett
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RDTE,AF                National Test Facility for Aerospace Fuels Propulsion                                                                $1,640,000  Buyer
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RDTE,AF                Net-Centric Sensor Grids                                                                                             $3,000,000  Hill
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RDTE,AF                Nuclear Enterprise Surety Tracking                                                                                   $5,000,000  Fleming
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RDTE,AF                ONAMI Safer Nanomaterials and Nanomanufacturing                                                                      $2,000,000  DeFazio; Blumenauer; Schrader; Walden;
                                                                                                                                                         Wu
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RDTE,AF                Open Source Research Centers                                                                                         $1,000,000  Turner
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RDTE,AF                Partnership for Energy and Automation Technologies                                                                   $2,000,000  Duncan
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RDTE,AF                Pennsylvania NanoMaterials Commercialization Center                                                                  $1,000,000  Doyle
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RDTE,AF                Planar Lightwave Circuit Development for High Power Military Laser Applications                                      $3,000,000  Lance; Rothman
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RDTE,AF                Predator C                                                                                                           $1,500,000  Bilbray; Hunter; McKeon
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RDTE,AF                Process Integrated Mechanism for Human-Computer Collaboration and Coordination                                       $1,000,000  Stearns
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RDTE,AF                Production of Nanocomposites for Aerospace Applications                                                              $2,000,000  Turner
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RDTE,AF                Reconfigurable Secure Computing                                                                                      $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,AF                Reconstitution of B-52 Nuclear Capability Study                                                                      $3,000,000  Fleming
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RDTE,AF                Remote Language-Independent Suspect Identification                                                                   $3,200,000  Alexander
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RDTE,AF                Renewable Hydrocarbon Fuels for Military Applications                                                                $2,500,000  Kucinich; Kaptur
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RDTE,AF                Rivet Joint Services Oriented Architecture                                                                           $2,500,000  Hall (TX)
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RDTE,AF                Safeguarding End-User Military Software                                                                              $1,500,000  Fortenberry
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RDTE,AF                Senior Scout Communications Intelligence (COMINT) Capability Upgrade                                                 $3,000,000  Andrews; LoBiondo
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RDTE,AF                Small Responsive Spacecraft at Low-Cost                                                                              $3,000,000  Bishop (UT)
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RDTE,AF                Small Turbofan Versatile Affordable Advanced Turbine Engine Program                                                  $4,000,000  Pastor (AZ)
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RDTE,AF                Synthetic Liquid Fuels                                                                                               $3,000,000  Young (AK)
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RDTE,AF                Technical Order Modernization Environment                                                                            $1,500,000  Kaptur
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RDTE,AF                Texas Research Institute for Environmental Studies                                                                   $1,000,000  Rodriguez
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RDTE,AF                Thermal and Energy Management for Aerospace                                                                          $4,000,000  Manzullo
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RDTE,AF                Ultra-High Temperature Materials for Hypersonic Aerospace Vehicles                                                   $3,000,000  Emerson
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RDTE,AF                Unmanned Aerial Systems Mission Planning and Operation Center                                                        $3,500,000  Moran (KS)
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RDTE,AF                Unmanned Sense, Track, and Avoid Radar                                                                               $2,000,000  Lamborn
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RDTE,AF                Watchkeeper                                                                                                          $2,000,000  Rehberg
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RDTE,AF                Wavelength Agile Spectral Harmonic Oxygen Sensor and Cell-Level Battery Controller                                   $1,500,000  Dreier
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RDTE,AF                Wire Integrity Technology                                                                                            $2,000,000  Marshall; Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,DW                3-D Electronics and Power                                                                                            $6,000,000  Calvert
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RDTE,DW                3-D Technology for Advanced Sensor Systems                                                                           $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,DW                Active Duty Training and Education Program                                                                           $2,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Battery Technology                                                                                          $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Decision Support System                                                                                     $2,500,000  Rothman; Payne
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Development of Antiviral Prophylactics and Therapeutics                                                     $3,000,000  Pelosi
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Development of Mobile Rapid Response Prototypes                                                             $2,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Scientific Missile Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace                                              $2,500,000  Griffith
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RDTE,DW                Advanced Technologies Sensors and Payloads/Unattended SIGINT Node                                                    $6,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Advanced, Long Endurance Unattended Ground Sensor Technologies                                                       $2,000,000  Harper; Childers; Taylor
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RDTE,DW                AELED IED/WMD Electronic Signature Detection                                                                         $6,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,DW                AESA Technology Insertion Program                                                                                    $3,000,000  Ackerman; McCarthy (NY)
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RDTE,DW                Affordable Miniature FOPEN Radar for Special Operations Craft--Riverine (SOC-R)                                      $3,500,000  Murtha
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RDTE,DW                Affordable Robust Mid-Sized Unmanned Ground Vehicle                                                                  $2,000,000  Tsongas
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RDTE,DW                Aging Systems Sustainment and Enabling Technologies                                                                  $3,000,000  Lucas
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RDTE,DW                Alternative SOF Submersible Concept Design Study                                                                     $1,000,000  Scalise
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RDTE,DW                American Museum of Natural History Infectious Disease Research                                                       $1,500,000  Lowey; Nadler
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RDTE,DW                Automated Sample Preparation for Biological Detection                                                                $1,000,000  Slaughter; Bartlett
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RDTE,DW                Autonomous Control and Video Sensing for Robots                                                                      $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,DW                Autonomous Machine Vision for Mapping and Investigation of Remote Sites                                              $2,000,000  Davis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Battle-Proven Packbot                                                                                                $1,500,000  Tierney
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RDTE,DW                BioButanol Production Research                                                                                       $2,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                Biological and Chemical Warfare Online Repository of Technical Holdings                                              $2,000,000  Hastings (WA)
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RDTE,DW                Biometric Optical Surveillance System                                                                                $5,000,000  Guthrie
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RDTE,DW                Botulinum Neurotoxin Research                                                                                        $2,500,000  Baldwin
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RDTE,DW                Botulinum Toxin Treatment Therapy                                                                                    $1,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,DW                Broad Spectrum Therapeutic Countermeasure to OP Nerve Agents                                                         $2,000,000  DeLauro
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RDTE,DW                California Enhanced Defense Small Manufacturing Suppliers Program                                                    $2,000,000  Roybal-Allard
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RDTE,DW                Carbon Nanotube Thin Film Near Infrared Detector                                                                     $2,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                CBRN Detection Unmanned Aircraft                                                                                     $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Cellulosic--Derived Biofuels Research                                                                                $3,000,000  Chandler
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RDTE,DW                Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute for International Affairs                                    $2,000,000  Berman
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RDTE,DW                Center for Research on Minority Health Prostate Cancer Outreach Project                                              $1,000,000  Jackson-Lee (TX); Green, Al (TX)
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RDTE,DW                Chemical and Biological Agent Fate Appropriate Response Operational Tool                                             $2,000,000  Kildee
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RDTE,DW                Chemical and Biological Defense Program--Advanced Development                                                        $2,000,000  Baldwin
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RDTE,DW                Chemical and Biological Resistant Clothing                                                                           $2,000,000  Sestak; Gerlach
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RDTE,DW                Chemical and Biological Threat Reduction Coating                                                                     $3,000,000  Barrett
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RDTE,DW                Comprehensive and Integrated Procedures for Risk Assessment and Resource Allocation                                  $2,500,000  Brady (PA)
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RDTE,DW                Comprehensive Maritime Domain Awareness                                                                              $4,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Copper-Base Casting Technology Applications                                                                          $2,000,000  Perlmutter
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RDTE,DW                Corrosion Resistant Ultrahigh-Strength Steel for Landing Gear                                                        $2,000,000  Schakowsky
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RDTE,DW                Corrosion Training Simulation Program                                                                                $1,500,000  Oberstar
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RDTE,DW                Countermeasures to Chemical and Biological Controls--Rapid Response                                                  $3,500,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Countermeasures to Combat Protozoan Parasites (Toxoplasmosis and Malaria)                                            $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Counterproliferation Analysis and Planning System                                                                    $5,000,000  McNerney; Tauscher
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RDTE,DW                Covert Waveform for Software Defined Radios                                                                          $1,000,000  Gingrey (GA)
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RDTE,DW                Cybersecurity and Operational Identity Management                                                                    $2,000,000  Farr
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RDTE,DW                Detection and Remediation of Bio/Chemical Weapons Program                                                            $2,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                Distributed Network Switching and Security                                                                           $2,000,000  Sanchez, Loretta (CA)
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RDTE,DW                DLA VetBiz Initiative for National Sustainment                                                                       $1,000,000  Sarbanes
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RDTE,DW                End to End Semi Fab Alpha Tool                                                                                       $2,000,000  Sanchez, Loretta (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Enhancement of Geo-location Systems                                                                                  $4,000,000  Posey
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RDTE,DW                Environmentally Friendly Nanometal Electroplating Processes for Cadmium and Chromium Replacement                     $3,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,DW                Facility Security Using Tactical Surveys                                                                             $4,500,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Feature Size Yield Enhancement Advanced Reconfigurable Manufacturing for Semiconductors Foundry                      $3,000,000  Lungren; Matsui
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RDTE,DW                Field Experiment Program for Special Operations                                                                      $2,000,000  Farr
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RDTE,DW                FirstLink Technology Transfer Program                                                                                $3,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,DW                Flashlight Soldier-to-Soldier Combat Identification System                                                           $4,500,000  Granger; Rodriguez
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RDTE,DW                GMTI Radar for Class II UAVs                                                                                         $1,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,DW                Gulf Range Mobile Instrumentation Capability                                                                         $3,000,000  Miller (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Hand-Held Apparatus for Mobile Mapping and Expedited Reporting                                                       $3,500,000  Murtha
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RDTE,DW                Hand-held, Lethal Small Unmanned Aircraft System                                                                     $1,000,000  Dreier
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RDTE,DW                Helicopter Cable Warning and Obstacle Avoidance                                                                      $1,500,000  Harman
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RDTE,DW                Heterogeneous Gallium Nitride/Silicon Microcircuit Technology                                                        $2,000,000  Lungren
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RDTE,DW                High Accuracy Network Determination System--Intelligent Optical Networks                                             $2,000,000  Abercrombie
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RDTE,DW                High Efficiency Solar Energy Generation and Storage                                                                  $1,000,000  Jackson-Lee (TX)
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RDTE,DW                High Speed Optical Interconnects for Next Generation Supercomputing                                                  $1,500,000  Dent
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RDTE,DW                Hybrid Power Generating System                                                                                       $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,DW                Hydrogen Fuel Cell Research                                                                                          $4,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                HyperAcute Vaccine Development                                                                                       $4,500,000  Latham
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RDTE,DW                Improving Support to the Warfighter                                                                                  $7,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Independent Advisory Group to Review Ballistic Missile Defense Training Needs                                          $500,000  Lamborn
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RDTE,DW                Institute for Collaborative Sciences Research                                                                        $2,600,000  Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (FL); Meek;
                                                                                                                                                         Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,DW                Integrated Analysis Environment                                                                                      $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,DW                Integrated Cryo-cooled High Power Density Systems                                                                    $4,000,000  Boyd
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RDTE,DW                Integrated Rugged Checkpoint Container                                                                               $2,500,000  Taylor
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RDTE,DW                Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Global Sensors Architecture (ISR-GSA)                                 $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Intelligent Remote Sensing for Urban Warfare Operations II                                                           $1,500,000  Sestak
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RDTE,DW                Joint Gulf Range Complex Test and Training                                                                           $3,000,000  Miller (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Joint Robotics Training Program                                                                                      $2,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                Joint Services Aircrew Mask Don/Doff Inflight Upgrade                                                                $1,500,000  Castle
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RDTE,DW                Laboratory for Advanced Photonic Composites Research                                                                 $1,600,000  Barrett
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RDTE,DW                Laser Ablation Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometer                                                                $3,000,000  Polis
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RDTE,DW                Lifetime Power for Wireless Control Sensors                                                                          $1,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,DW                Lithium-ion Battery Safety Detection and Control of Impending Failures                                               $1,500,000  Carson
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RDTE,DW                Low Cost Stabilized Turret                                                                                           $1,000,000  Crenshaw
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RDTE,DW                Material, Design and Fabrication Solutions for Advanced SEAL Delivery System External Structural Components          $2,000,000  Simpson
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RDTE,DW                MEMS Sensors for Real-Time Sensing of Weaponized Pathogens                                                           $2,500,000  Biggert; Lipinski
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RDTE,DW                Military/Law Enforcement Counterterrorism Test Bed                                                                   $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                Miniature Day Night Sight for Crew Served Weapons                                                                    $1,500,000  Sestak
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RDTE,DW                Miniature Divert and Altitude Controls System Thruster                                                               $2,000,000  McKeon
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RDTE,DW                Miniaturized Chemical Detector for Chemical Warfare Protection                                                       $2,000,000  McGovern
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RDTE,DW                Mismatch Repair Derived Antibody Medicines to Treat Staphylococcus-derived Bioweapons                                $1,000,000  Sestak
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RDTE,DW                Missile Activity and Characteristics--Releasable                                                                     $3,000,000  Perriello
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RDTE,DW                Modeling and Simulation Standards Study                                                                                $800,000  Forbes
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RDTE,DW                Moldable Fabric Armor                                                                                                $2,800,000  Inglis
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RDTE,DW                Morehouse College, John H. Hopps Defense Research Scholars Program                                                   $3,000,000  Lewis (GA); Bishop (GA); Kingston; Scott
                                                                                                                                                         (GA)
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RDTE,DW                Mosaic Camera Technology Transition                                                                                  $2,000,000  Doyle
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RDTE,DW                MS GIS Educational and Research Program                                                                              $1,000,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Multi-target Shipping Container Interrogation System Mobile Continuous Air Monitor                                   $2,000,000  Brown, Corrine (FL)
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RDTE,DW                National Center for Blast Mitigation                                                                                 $1,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,DW                National Radio Frequency Research, Development and Technology Transfer                                               $5,000,000  Buyer; Ellsworth
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RDTE,DW                National Terrorism Preparedness Institute, Anti-Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism Technology Development and Training      $3,500,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                New Drug Targets in Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria                                                                    $2,000,000  Slaughter
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RDTE,DW                Non-Gasoline Burning Outboard Engine                                                                                 $1,900,000  Mollohan; Wilson (SC)
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RDTE,DW                Northwest Manufacturing Initiative                                                                                   $2,500,000  Blumenauer; DeFazio; Schrader; Walden;
                                                                                                                                                         Wu
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RDTE,DW                Optical Surveillance Equipment                                                                                       $2,000,000  Duncan
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RDTE,DW                Partnership for Defense Innovation Wi-Fi Laboratory Testing and Assessment Center                                    $1,500,000  Kissell; Etheridge; McIntyre
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RDTE,DW                Personalized Medicine Initiative                                                                                     $3,000,000  Edwards (MD)
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RDTE,DW                Photovoltaic Ribbon Solar Cell Technology Project                                                                    $3,600,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,DW                Portable Device for Latent Fingerprint Identification                                                                $1,800,000  Smith (WA)
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RDTE,DW                Portable Rapid Bacterial Warfare Detection Unit                                                                      $4,000,000  Latham; Boswell
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RDTE,DW                Potent Human Monoclonal Antibodies Against BoNT A, B and E Suited for Mass Production and Treatment of Large         $1,000,000  Gerlach
                        Populations
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RDTE,DW                Progressive Research for Sustainable Manufacturing                                                                   $1,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,DW                Protective Self-Decontaminating Surfaces                                                                             $2,000,000  Grijalva; Aderholt
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RDTE,DW                Radio Frequency Identification Technologies                                                                          $1,000,000  Yarmuth
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RDTE,DW                Radio Inter-Operability System                                                                                       $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,DW                Reduced Cost Supply Readiness                                                                                        $1,500,000  Lynch
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RDTE,DW                Regenerative Filtration System for CBRN Defense                                                                      $3,000,000  LaTourette
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RDTE,DW                Remote VBIED Detection and Defeat System                                                                             $1,500,000  Doyle
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RDTE,DW                Rigid Aeroshell Variable Buoyancy Air Vehicle                                                                        $5,000,000  Sherman; Napolitano
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RDTE,DW                Savannah CRTC Training Enabled Maneuver Instrumentation (STEM)                                                       $4,500,000  Kingston
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RDTE,DW                Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Initiative                                                   $2,000,000  Green, Gene (TX); Green, Al (TX);
                                                                                                                                                         Jackson-Lee (TX)
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RDTE,DW                Sea Catcher UAS Launch and Recovery System                                                                           $2,000,000  Sarbanes
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RDTE,DW                Secure, Miniaturized, Hybrid, Free Space, Optical Communications                                                     $2,000,000  Rothman; Lance
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RDTE,DW                Security for Critical Communication Networks                                                                         $7,000,000  Rothman; Sires
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RDTE,DW                Self-decontaminating Polymer System for Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents                                       $3,500,000  Blunt
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RDTE,DW                Semiconductor Photomask Technology Infrastructure Initiative                                                         $2,000,000  Tauscher
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RDTE,DW                Solid Oxide Fuel Technology                                                                                          $1,000,000  Clyburn
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RDTE,DW                Spintronics Memory Storage Technology                                                                                $3,500,000  Lewis (CA)
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RDTE,DW                Superconducting Quantum Information Technology                                                                       $1,000,000  Moore (KS)
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RDTE,DW                Synchrotron Beamline Experimental Station                                                                            $4,000,000  Clarke; Ackerman; Bishop (NY); McCarthy
                                                                                                                                                         (NY); Tonko; Towns
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RDTE,DW                Tactical, Cargo, and Rotary Wing Aircraft Decon                                                                      $2,000,000  LaTourette
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RDTE,DW                Technology for Shallow Water Special Operation Forces Mobility                                                       $3,600,000  Boyd
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RDTE,DW                Thermal Pointer/Illuminator for Force Protection                                                                     $2,000,000  Reichert
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RDTE,DW                Thurgood Marshall College Fund Defense Leadership and Technology Initiative                                          $1,500,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,DW                Tidewater Full Scale Exercise                                                                                        $2,900,000  Forbes
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RDTE,DW                Total Perimeter Surveillance                                                                                         $2,000,000  Schauer
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RDTE,DW                Transformer Technology for Combat Submersibles                                                                       $4,500,000  Ros-Lehtinen; Bishop (NY)
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RDTE,DW                UAV Directed Energy Weapons Systems Payloads                                                                         $1,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,DW                UAV Systems and Operations Validation Program                                                                        $2,000,000  Teague
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RDTE,DW                UAV/UAS Test Facility                                                                                                $3,000,000  Cole
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RDTE,DW                Ultra Low Profile EARS Gunshot Localization System                                                                   $1,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,DW                Under-Vehicle Inspection System                                                                                      $3,000,000  Young (AK); Bishop (UT)
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RDTE,DW                Unified Management Infrastructure System                                                                             $1,000,000  Schakowsky
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RDTE,DW                United States Special Operations Command--USSOCOM / STAR-TEC Partnership Program                                     $2,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                United States Special Operations Command SOCRATES High Assurance Platform Program                                    $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,DW                University Multi-Spectral Laboratories                                                                               $2,500,000  Lucas
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RDTE,DW                Wellhead Treatment of Perchlorate Contaminated Wells                                                                 $2,000,000  Baca
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RDTE,DW                X-Band/W-Band Solid State Power Amplifier                                                                            $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N                 76mm Swarmbuster Capability                                                                                          $2,000,000  Crenshaw
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RDTE,N                 AARGM Counter Air Defense Future Capabilities                                                                        $2,500,000  Mollohan
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RDTE,N                 Accelerating Fuel Cells Manufacturability                                                                            $2,000,000  Slaughter
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Battery System for Military Avionics Power Systems                                                          $2,000,000  Sherman
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Capability Build 12 and 14                                                                                  $2,000,000  Adler
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Composite Manufacturing for Composite High-Speed Boat Design                                                $2,000,000  Pingree (ME)
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Energetics Initiative                                                                                       $4,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Fuel Filtration System                                                                                      $1,500,000  Neal; Frelinghuysen
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Linear Accelerator Facility                                                                                 $1,200,000  Hill
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Logistics Fuel Reformer for Fuel Cells (Phase II)                                                           $3,000,000  DeLauro
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Manufacturing for Submarine Bow Domes and Rubber Boots                                                      $2,000,000  Crenshaw
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Molecular Medicine Initiative                                                                               $1,000,000  Schiff; Dreier
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RDTE,N                 Advanced Simulation Tools for Composite Aircraft Structures                                                          $2,000,000  Clay
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RDTE,N                 Aegis Research and Development                                                                                       $5,000,000  Miller, Gary (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Agile Port and High Speed Ship Technology                                                                            $2,000,000  Sanchez, Linda (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Aging Military Aircraft Fleet Support                                                                                $2,000,000  Tiahrt
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RDTE,N                 Air Readiness/Effectiveness Measurement Program                                                                      $2,000,000  Moran (VA); Nye
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RDTE,N                 AN/SLQ--25D Integration                                                                                              $8,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,N                 Arc Fault Circuit Breaker with Arc Location                                                                          $1,000,000  Matheson
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RDTE,N                 Automated Fiber Optic Manufacturing Initiative for Navy Ships                                                        $2,500,000  Nye; Tsongas
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RDTE,N                 Automated Missile Tracking                                                                                           $1,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Autonomous Anti-Submarine Warfare Vertical Beam Array Sonar                                                          $2,000,000  Miller (NC); Coble
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RDTE,N                 Autonomous Marine Sensors and Networks for Rapid Littoral Assessment                                                 $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N                 Autonomous UUV Delivery and Communication System Integration                                                         $4,500,000  Dicks
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RDTE,N                 Avionics Life Extension                                                                                              $1,000,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,N                 Bow Lifting Body Project                                                                                             $4,000,000  Kagen; Stupak
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RDTE,N                 Center for Assured Critical Application and Infrastructure Security                                                  $1,500,000  Johnson (IL)
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RDTE,N                 Center for Autonomous Solar Power--Supercapacitors for Integrated Power Storage                                      $5,000,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,N                 Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology                                                                  $2,500,000  Lewis (CA); Davis (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Characterization and Exploitation of Magnetic and Electric Fields in the Coastal Ocean Environment                   $2,500,000  Klein (FL); Wasserman Schultz; Wexler
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RDTE,N                 Cognitive Radio Institute                                                                                            $1,000,000  Gordon
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RDTE,N                 Common Air Mine Countermeasures Tow Cable                                                                            $3,000,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 Common Command and Control System Module                                                                             $4,000,000  Langevin; Courtney; Kennedy
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RDTE,N                 Common Digital Sensor Architecture                                                                                   $3,000,000  Obey
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RDTE,N                 Common Safety System Controller                                                                                      $3,000,000  Pastor (AZ)
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RDTE,N                 Continuous Active Sonar for Torpedo DCL Systems                                                                      $4,500,000  Courtney
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RDTE,N                 Cooperative Engagement Capability                                                                                    $5,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N                 Countermine LIDAR UAV-Based Systems                                                                                  $2,000,000  Taylor
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RDTE,N                 Deployable Command and Control Vehicle                                                                               $3,800,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 Deployment Health and Chronic Disease Surveillance                                                                   $1,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Electronic Motion Actuation Systems                                                                                  $1,000,000  Shuler; Bishop (UT)
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RDTE,N                 Energetic Nano-Materials Agent Defeat Initiative                                                                     $2,000,000  Rothman; Payne
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RDTE,N                 Energetics S&T; Workforce Development                                                                                 $3,500,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Environmentally Sealed, Ruggedized Avionics Displays                                                                 $4,000,000  Butterfield
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RDTE,N                 EP-3E Requirements Capability Migration Systems Integration Lab                                                      $6,250,000  Edwards (TX)
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RDTE,N                 Floating Area Network Littoral Sensor Grid                                                                           $5,000,000  Dicks
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RDTE,N                 Flow Path Analysis Tool                                                                                              $2,000,000  Lewis (CA); McCarthy (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Gallium Nitride (GaN) Power Technology                                                                               $2,000,000  Coble
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RDTE,N                 Hampton University Proton Cancer Treatment Initiative                                                                $5,000,000  Scott (VA); Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 HBCU Applied Research Incubator                                                                                      $1,000,000  Kilpatrick; Connolly; Cummings; Thompson
                                                                                                                                                         (MS)
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RDTE,N                 High Density Power Conversion and Distribution Equipment                                                             $1,500,000  Sullivan; Boren
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RDTE,N                 High Power Density Motor Drive                                                                                       $3,600,000  Murphy, Tim (PA)
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RDTE,N                 Highly Integrated Siloxane Optical Interconnect for Military Avionics                                                $1,000,000  Stupak
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RDTE,N                 High-Shock 100 Amp Current Limiting Circuit Breaker                                                                    $600,000  Murphy, Tim (PA)
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RDTE,N                 HighTemperature Radar Dome Materials                                                                                 $2,000,000  Giffords
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RDTE,N                 High-Temperature Superconductor Trap Field Magnet Motor                                                              $1,000,000  Carter
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RDTE,N                 Hybrid Propellant for Medium and Large Caliber Ammunition                                                            $5,000,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 Hybrid Propulsion/Power Generation for Increased Fuel Efficiency for Surface Combatants                              $2,000,000  Sanchez, Loretta (CA); Miller, Gary (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Image-Based Navigation and Precision Targeting                                                                         $800,000  Markey (MA)
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RDTE,N                 Improved Capabilities for Irregular Warfare Platforms                                                                $4,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Improved Kinetic Energy Cargo Round                                                                                  $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,N                 Infrared Materials Laboratory                                                                                        $3,500,000  Cole
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RDTE,N                 Instrumented Underwater Training Systems                                                                             $2,800,000  Ros-Lehtinen
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Advanced Ship Control                                                                                     $1,500,000  Tierney
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Condition Assessment and Reliability Engineering                                                          $1,000,000  Connolly
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Manufacturing Systems 3D Simulation and Modeling Project                                                  $2,500,000  Scalise; Melancon
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Power System Converter                                                                                    $2,000,000  Murphy, Tim (PA)
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Power System Power Dense Harmonic Filter Design                                                           $2,000,000  Altmire
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RDTE,N                 Integrated Psycho-Social Healthcare Demonstration Project                                                            $1,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N                 Integration of Advanced Wide Field of View Sensor with Reusable, Reconfigurable Payload Processing Testbed System    $1,000,000  Holden
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RDTE,N                 Integration of Electro-Kinetic Weapons into Next Generation Navy Ships                                               $5,000,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 Intelligent Retrieval of Imagery                                                                                     $2,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 IP over Power Line Carrier Network Integration with ICAS                                                             $2,000,000  McIntyre
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RDTE,N                 Joint Explosive Ordnance Disposal Diver Situational Awareness System                                                 $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Joint Heavy-Lift Rotocraft Research                                                                                  $1,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Joint Mission Battle-Space to support Net-Ready Key Performance Parameters                                           $2,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Joint Tactical Radio System Handheld Manpack Small Form Factor Radio System                                          $4,500,000  Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,N                 Joint Technology Insertion and Accelerated System Integration Capability for Electronic Warfare                      $2,000,000  Ellsworth
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RDTE,N                 Kinetic Hydropower System Turbine                                                                                    $2,000,000  Inslee; Engel; Tonko; Towns
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RDTE,N                 Landing Craft Composite Lift Fan                                                                                     $1,500,000  Garrett; Dent
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RDTE,N                 Laser Optimization Remote Lighting System                                                                            $2,500,000  Larson (CT)
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RDTE,N                 Laser Phalanx                                                                                                        $1,500,000  Crowley; Bishop (UT)
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RDTE,N                 Lighter-than-Air Stratospheric Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Persistent Communications Relay and Surveillance          $3,000,000  Lamborn
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RDTE,N                 Lightweight Composite Structure Development for Aerospace Vehicles                                                   $3,000,000  Sullivan
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RDTE,N                 Lithium Ion Storage Advancement for Aircraft Applications                                                            $2,500,000  Blunt
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RDTE,N                 Low Frequency Active Towed Sonar System Organic ASW Capability                                                       $2,000,000  Crenshaw
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RDTE,N                 Low Signature Defensive Weapon System for Surface Combatant Craft                                                    $4,800,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,N                 Maintenance Free Operating Period                                                                                    $2,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Maintenance Planning and Assessment Technology Insertion                                                             $1,500,000  Brady (PA)
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RDTE,N                 Management of Lung Injury by Micronutrients                                                                          $1,500,000  Meeks (NY)
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RDTE,N                 Manufacturing S&T; for Next-Generation Energetics                                                                     $5,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Marine Corps Cultural and Language Training Platform                                                                   $800,000  Maffei
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RDTE,N                 Marine Mammal Awareness, Alert and Response Systems                                                                  $3,000,000  Abercrombie
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RDTE,N                 Marine Mammal Detection System                                                                                       $2,000,000  Smith (NJ)
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RDTE,N                 Marine Species Mitigation                                                                                            $2,870,000  Brown, Corrine (FL)
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RDTE,N                 Measurement Standards Research and Development                                                                       $5,800,000  Calvert
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RDTE,N                 Micro-Drive for Future HVAC Systems                                                                                    $600,000  Moore (WI)
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RDTE,N                 Military Upset Recovery Training                                                                                     $1,000,000  Lee (NY)
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RDTE,N                 Mobile, Oxygen, Ventilation and External Suction (MOVES) System                                                      $3,400,000  Granger; Johnson (TX)
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RDTE,N                 Modular Advanced Vision System                                                                                       $2,000,000  Carney
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RDTE,N                 Mold-in-Place Coating Development for the US Submarine Fleet                                                         $2,000,000  Taylor
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RDTE,N                 Moving Target Indicator Scout Radar                                                                                  $1,000,000  Johnson, Sam (TX); Hall (TX); Johnson,
                                                                                                                                                         Eddie Bernice (TX)
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RDTE,N                 Multi-Element Structured Filter Arrays for Naval Platforms                                                           $4,300,000  Bonner
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RDTE,N                 Multifunctional Materials, Devices, and Applications                                                                 $2,000,000  Kilroy
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RDTE,N                 Multi-Mission Unmanned Surface Vessel                                                                                $2,500,000  Granger
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RDTE,N                 Nanofluidic Lubricants for Increased Fuel Efficiency in Heavy Duty Vehicles                                          $1,500,000  Price (NC)
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RDTE,N                 National Aviation Enterprise Interoperability with Carrier Strike and Expeditionary Group Forces                     $4,700,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 National Functional Genomics Center Collaborating Site                                                               $4,000,000  Holden
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RDTE,N                 NAVAIR High Fidelity Oceanographic Library                                                                           $3,000,000  Rehberg
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RDTE,N                 NAVAIR Project for Land/Sea-Based Air Systems Maintenance and Air Worthiness                                         $2,000,000  Conyers; Dingell; Levin
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RDTE,N                 Naval Ship Hydrodynamic Test Facilities                                                                              $4,000,000  Van Hollen
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RDTE,N                 Navy Advanced Threat Simulator                                                                                       $2,000,000  McCarthy (CA)
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RDTE,N                 Navy Special Warfare Performance and Injury Prevention Program for Special Boat Team 22                              $2,500,000  Taylor
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RDTE,N                 NAWCWD Point Mugu Electronic Warfare Laboratory Upgrade                                                              $4,000,000  Gallegly
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RDTE,N                 Next Generation Electronic Warfare Simulator                                                                         $2,000,000  McCarthy (CA); Ruppersberger
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RDTE,N                 Next Generation Manufacturing Processes and Systems                                                                  $1,500,000  Smith (TX)
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RDTE,N                 Next Generation Scalable Lean Manufacturing Initiative--Phase Two                                                    $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N                 Next Generation Shipboard Integrated Power--Fuel Efficiency and Advanced Capability Enhancer                         $2,000,000  Bartlett
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RDTE,N                 Non Traditional Ballistic Fiber and Fabric Weaving Applications for Force Protection                                 $2,500,000  LoBiondo; Andrews; Rothman
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RDTE,N                 Non-Gasoline Burning Outboard Engine                                                                                 $1,900,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 NSWC Corona Item Unique Identification Center                                                                        $1,800,000  Calvert
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RDTE,N                 ONAMI Nanoelectronics, Nanometrology and Nanobiotechnology Initiative                                                $2,500,000  Wu; Blumenauer; DeFazio; Schrader;
                                                                                                                                                         Walden
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RDTE,N                 On-Demand Custom Body Implants/Prosthesis for Injured Personnel                                                      $2,000,000  Dingell; Levin
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RDTE,N                 Open Source Naval and Missile Database Reporting System                                                              $2,400,000  Dicks
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RDTE,N                 Out of Autoclave Composite Processing                                                                                $2,000,000  Clay
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RDTE,N                 Paragon (Frequency Extension)                                                                                        $3,000,000  Connolly; Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Passive RFID Development                                                                                             $1,000,000  LaTourette
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RDTE,N                 Persistent Autonomous Maritime Surveillance                                                                          $5,000,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,N                 Persistent Surveillance Wave Powerbuoy System                                                                        $2,000,000  Holt
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RDTE,N                 Photovoltaic Rooftop Systems for Military Housing                                                                    $1,500,000  Peters; Schauer
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RDTE,N                 Precision Engagement Technologies for Unmanned Systems                                                               $2,500,000  Ehlers
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RDTE,N                 Pure Hydrogen Supply from Logistic Fuels                                                                             $3,000,000  Murphy, Patrick (PA)
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RDTE,N                 Quiet Drive Advanced Rotary Actuator                                                                                 $2,000,000  Sestak; Harman; Higgins; Lee (NY);
                                                                                                                                                         Sherman; Slaughter
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RDTE,N                 Regenerative Fuel Cell Back-up Power                                                                                 $1,700,000  Larson (CT)
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RDTE,N                 Sensor Integration Framework                                                                                         $1,800,000  Boyd
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RDTE,N                 Ship Model Testing                                                                                                   $2,500,000  King (NY)
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RDTE,N                 Shipboard Wireless Maintenance Assistant                                                                             $1,500,000  Schauer; Dingell
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RDTE,N                 Shipboard Wireless Network                                                                                           $3,000,000  Rothman
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RDTE,N                 Shock and Vibration Modeling of Marine Composites                                                                    $2,400,000  Towns
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RDTE,N                 Silicon Carbide Wafer Production--Process Development for Low Defect Power Electronics                               $1,500,000  Hinchey
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RDTE,N                 Smart Instrument Development for the Magdalena Ridge Observatory                                                     $2,000,000  Teague
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RDTE,N                 SSBN(X) Systems Development                                                                                          $2,500,000  Wittman
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RDTE,N                 Strike Weapon Propulsion                                                                                             $4,000,000  Barton
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RDTE,N                 Submarine Automated Test and Re-Test                                                                                 $2,500,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N                 Submarine Fatline Vector Sensor Towed Array                                                                          $2,000,000  Kratovil
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RDTE,N                 Submarine Navigation Decision Aids                                                                                   $5,000,000  Murtha
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RDTE,N                 Submarine Panoramic Awareness System                                                                                 $1,000,000  Sherman
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RDTE,N                 Submarine System Biometrics Access Control                                                                           $2,500,000  Rogers (KY)
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RDTE,N                 Tactical High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile Propulsion Demonstration                                                  $1,900,000  McKeon; Connolly
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RDTE,N                 Technology Transfer Office                                                                                           $1,500,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 U.S. Navy Cancer Vaccine Program                                                                                     $3,000,000  Jones (NC); Miller, Gary (CA)
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RDTE,N                 U.S. Navy Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Program                                                                         $2,000,000  McHugh
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RDTE,N                 Underwater Explosion Modeling and Simulation for Ohio Class Replacement Composite Non-Pressure Hull Fairing          $2,500,000  Perriello
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RDTE,N                 Underwater Explosives and Warhead Research                                                                           $3,000,000  Hoyer
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RDTE,N                 Underwater Imaging and Communications Using Lasers                                                                   $2,000,000  Wexler; Wasserman Schultz
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RDTE,N                 Voyage Repair Team Tool Management                                                                                   $1,500,000  Adler
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RDTE,N                 Wide Area Sensor Force Protection Targeting                                                                          $2,000,000  Bean
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RDTE,N                 Workforce Requirements Planning--Team Enhancement                                                                    $1,000,000  Inslee
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RDTE,N                 X-49A Envelope Expansion Modifications                                                                               $4,500,000  Brady (PA); Andrews; Castle; Higgins;
                                                                                                                                                         Larson (CT); Sestak; Slaughter
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RDTE,N(MC)             Battlefield Sensor Netting                                                                                           $3,000,000  Young (FL)
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RDTE,N(MC)             California Central Coast Partnership Research                                                                        $3,500,000  McCarthy (CA)
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RDTE,N(MC)             Dynamic Eye-Safe Imaging Laser                                                                                       $1,000,000  Reichert
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RDTE,N(MC)             Enhanced Small Arms Protective Insert                                                                                $2,000,000  King (NY)
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RDTE,N(MC)             Global Supply Chain Management                                                                                       $1,000,000  Bishop (GA)
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RDTE,N(MC)             Media Exploitation Tool Integration with Intelligence C2 Systems                                                     $1,500,000  Kosmas
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RDTE,N(MC)             Near Infrared Optical Augmentation System                                                                            $2,000,000  Moran (VA)
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RDTE,N(MC)             Non-Lethal Defense Technologies                                                                                      $2,900,000  Murtha
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RDTE,N(MC)             Remote Aiming and Sighting Optical Retrofit                                                                          $3,800,000  Granger; Johnson (TX)
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WP,N                   Intelligent Graphics Torpedo Test Set Troubleshooting Maintainers Aid                                                $5,000,000  Dicks
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WP,N                   Lightweight Torpedo P5U Test Equipment Modernization                                                                 $4,800,000  Dicks
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WTCV,A                 Arsenal Support Program Initiative                                                                                   $3,000,000  Tonko
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WTCV,A                 Arsenal Support Program Initiative at Rock Island Arsenal                                                            $2,000,000  Hare; Braley
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ADDITIONAL VIEWS OF REPRESENTATIVES JERRY LEWIS AND C.W. BILL YOUNG ON 
            THE FISCAL YEAR 2010 DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS BILL

    The fiscal year 2010 Defense Appropriations bill, as 
reported out of the Appropriations Committee is an example of 
the bipartisan work that this Committee is capable of 
producing. In the longstanding tradition of the Defense 
Subcommittee, the Chairman and Ranking Member worked together 
as true partners to produce a bill that the Committee can be 
proud of. Chairman Murtha fully included the minority in the 
development of these funding recommendations. He treated us 
fairly, listened to our concerns, and found acceptable 
solutions when needed. We greatly appreciate his comity and 
bipartisanship, and strongly support the passage of this bill.
    The President's fiscal year 2010 request for Defense 
funding, however, was completely inadequate. While other non-
defense budgets received an average increase of 12 percent, 
some reaching as high as 33 percent, the Defense increase was 
barely 4.6 percent--and 1.5 percent of that was merely a shift 
of supplemental funding to the base budget. We feel that the 
President should not be shortchanging the troops during a time 
of war, especially as he asks for as many as 22,000 additional 
soldiers to help relieve the stress created by the renewed 
efforts in Afghanistan. This committee has long been a leading 
supporter of our military and remains committed to providing 
our men and women in uniform the resources they need to do the 
job our country is asking of them. Unfortunately, however, this 
bill, while providing $508 billion for the Department of 
Defense, is $3.5 billion below the amount requested by the 
President. While we must be fiscally responsible, we also must 
provide for and take care of our troops and their families--
especially in a time of war.
    We believe Chairman Murtha has indeed done the best he 
could with what little resources he had. Despite the reduced 
allocation, the bill provides funding for a 3.4 percent 
military pay raise; it funds $1.3 billion in unexpected Defense 
Health Program shortfalls without increasing fees or premiums; 
and continues our investment in the National Guard and Reserve 
with an additional $500 million. The bill also invests in the 
future of the Department, while addressing immediate needs. It 
accelerates the Navy's plan for a 313 ship fleet with an 
additional Littoral Combat Ship and Joint High Speed Vessel; 
and advances our investment in aircraft across the Department 
with advance procurement for 12 F-22s and 30 F-18s, and full 
funding for 3 C-17s, 28 F-35s and 9 additional F-18s above the 
request.
    Unfortunately, the bipartisan nature that marked our 
interactions at the subcommittee and full committee levels in 
developing this bill, are likely to come to a sudden end during 
Rules Committee consideration. While we have little hope of 
seeing a return to regular order on the House floor this 
legislative season, we continue to urge our colleagues in the 
majority to allow the democratic process to proceed past 
committee markup. The practice of imposing closed or 
``structured'' rules upon our bills once they reach the House 
floor denies Members of both parties who are not on the 
Appropriations Committee their due opportunity, and really 
their responsibility, to debate the bill and represent the 
interests of their constituents. There is no reason we should 
not consider the Defense bill, a bill with strong bipartisan 
support, under an open rule with an acceptable unanimous 
consent agreement in a day or two.

                             GUANTANAMO BAY

    This January, the President signed the executive order to 
close the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility. More than five 
months later there is still no evidence of a plan to carry out 
this order, and there has been no consultation with the 
Congress. In fact, just this week the Administration announced 
that they are extending their Detention Policy Task Force for 
another six months, because they were not able to sort it all 
out within the President's timetable. Despite these 
difficulties, the suspected plotter of the 1998 Embassy 
bombings in Africa has already been moved to New York to face 
trial. The Government of Palau has announced that they will 
accept some Uighur detainees, and press accounts linked that 
action to a $200 million payoff by the U.S. Government that the 
State Department will not confirm or deny. Finally, four Uighur 
detainees have already been released to Bermuda. Congress and 
the American public found out about these actions and 
diplomatic efforts after the fact.
    And there is more--detainee transfers have also been made 
to Saudi Arabia, Chad, and Iraq. We have heard rumors about 
deals with Yemen, Italy, and Albania. All of this is being done 
without an assessment of the risks to American people at home 
and abroad, or an assessment of risk to our U.S. forces, 
especially since the detainees at Guantanamo include the 
perpetrators of some of the most horrific terrorist acts 
against Americans, including 9/11, the USS Cole bombing, and 
the Embassy bombings in Africa.
    Director Mueller of the FBI testified to Congress that 
bringing these detainees to the U.S. poses risks to national 
security, including providing financing, radicalizing others, 
and undertaking attacks in the U.S. Additionally, the 
Department of Defense has reported that at least 14 percent of 
former Guantanamo detainees have returned to terrorist 
activity. This Administration is ignoring or disregarding those 
risks, and they continue to stonewall the Congress. We need to 
stop the Administration from rushing to transfer or resettle 
detainees simply to fulfill a campaign promise.
    We commend Chairman Murtha for the inclusion of Ranking 
Member Lewis's Guantanamo language in the Managers Amendment. 
This language, which contains the same requirements in the 
Commerce/Justice/Science bill that prohibits release or 
permanent transfer of detainees to the U.S. and requires a risk 
assessment prior to any transfer for purposes of prosecution, 
and the language in the Interior bill that expands those 
restrictions to U.S. territories, has enjoyed bipartisanship 
support during the Fiscal Year 2010 Appropriations Process. It 
ensures that the Administration cannot act unilaterally and 
ignore the concerns of the Congress on such an important 
matter.

                                  F-22

    The bill, as approved by voice vote in the Subcommittee and 
Full Committee, includes $368.8 million for the advanced 
procurement of long lead items for 12 new F-22 aircraft. 
Despite the threat of a veto of any bill that includes 
additional F-22 funding from the President, we fully support 
buying additional F-22s--the most advanced fighter aircraft in 
the world. We understand that our current military engagements 
do not necessarily require such an advanced aircraft, but we 
also understand that future conflicts cannot be predicted with 
any certainty. Today's enemy will not be tomorrow's enemy. 
Further, future adversaries are not holding back on developing 
and procuring the most advance weapon systems they can . . . 
why should the United States?
    Despite pledges that the conclusion was risk-based, the 
Defense Department's decision to stop F-22 production at 187 
aircraft is as much about affordability as anything. They state 
that the future of Defense tactical aircraft is the F-35 Joint 
Strike Fighter (JSF), and do not want to trade JSF funding for 
additional F-22s. While a perfectly capable aircraft, the JSF 
program remains in a developmental stage. In fact, a recent GAO 
report on the JSF highlighted that ``an independent joint DOD 
cost estimating team identified a need for as much as $7.4 
billion in additional funding for development through fiscal 
year 2005 and a three-year schedule extension. This would 
increase total system development costs to $51.8 billion--a 17 
percent increase from the estimate from December 2007--and 
delay completion of development to October 2016.'' We should 
not stop production of the only fifth generation aircraft until 
we have at least finished development and are confident in the 
JSF abilities and reliability.
    In fact, Air Force leadership has repeatedly stated that 
stopping production of F-22s at 187 aircraft represents a 
medium to high risk level. For years the Air Force maintained 
that the minimum number of aircraft required to meet strategic 
national security goals was 381. That position, in part, cost 
the top civilian and military leaders of the Air Force their 
jobs. We believe those Air Force leaders had it right. We 
believe Chairman Murtha has it right. Additional F-22s are 
needed. Why would we jeopardize the safety and security of our 
nation simply over budget calculations? Of all the areas in the 
Federal budget that we should support, this is it!

                               CONCLUSION

    This is a good bill, put together in the best example of 
bipartisanship. We appreciate being treated as true partners in 
the process. Despite the reduced allocation, Chairman Murtha 
did the best he could, with the resources he had. We strongly 
support the bill and encourage its quick passage through the 
traditional open amendment process.
                                   Jerry Lewis.
                                   Bill Young.