S. Rept. 111-38 - 111th Congress (2009-2010)
July 07, 2009, As Reported by the Appropriations Committee

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Senate Report 111-38 - DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010




[Senate Report 111-38]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


                                                        Calendar No. 98
111th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     111-38

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     DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                       APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010
                                _______
                                

                  July 7, 2009.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                                 REPORT

                        [To accompany H.R. 2996]

    The Committee on Appropriations to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 2996) making appropriations for the Department of 
the Interior, environment, and related agencies for the fiscal 
year ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes, reports 
the same to the Senate with an amendment and recommends that 
the bill as amended do pass.

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 0000) 
making appropriations for the Department of the Interior, 
environment, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 2010, and for other purposes, reports favorably 
thereon and recommends that the bill do pass. deg.



Total obligational authority, fiscal year 2010

Total of bill as reported to the Senate................. $32,154,084,000
Amount of 2009 appropriations (including emergency 
    appropriations).....................................  38,540,958,000
Amount of 2010 budget estimate..........................  32,382,043,000
Amount of 2010 House allowance..........................  32,353,850,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2009 appropriations (including emergency 
      appropriations)...................................  -6,386,874,000
    2010 budget estimate................................    -227,959,000
    2010 House allowance................................    -199,216,000

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                                CONTENTS

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                                                                   Page
Summary of Bill..................................................     4
Revenue Generated by Agencies in Bill............................     4
Major Changes Recommended in the Bill............................     5
Reprogramming Guidelines.........................................     6
Title I:
    Department of the Interior:
        Land and Water Resources: Bureau of Land Management......     9
    Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
        U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...........................    16
        National Park Service....................................    25
    Energy and Minerals:
        U.S. Geological Survey...................................    33
        Minerals Management Service..............................    35
        Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.....    36
    Indian Affairs: Bureau of Indian Affairs.....................    38
    Departmental Offices:
        Insular Affairs..........................................    42
        Office of the Solicitor..................................    44
        Office of Inspector General..............................    44
        Office of Special Trustee for American Indians...........    44
    Department-wide Programs:
        Wildland Fire Management.................................    45
        Central Hazardous Materials Fund.........................    46
        Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration.......    46
Title II:
    Environmental Protection Agency:
        Science and Technology...................................    51
        Environmental Programs and Management....................    52
        Office of Inspector General..............................    55
        Buildings and Facilities.................................    55
        Hazardous Substance Superfund............................    55
        Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund..............    56
        Oil Spill Response.......................................    58
        State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......................    58
        Administrative Provisions................................    63
Title III:
    Related Agencies:
        Department of Agriculture: Forest Service................    65
        Administrative Provisions, Forest Service................    77
        Department of Health and Human Services:
            Indian Health Service................................    78
            National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences..    80
            Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.....    80
        Other Related Agencies:
            Council on Environmental Quality.....................    81
            Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.......    82
            Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation..........    82
            Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native 
              Culture and Arts Development.......................    83
            Smithsonian Institution..............................    83
            National Gallery of Art..............................    85
            John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.......    86
            Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.....    87
            National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities:
                National Endowment for the Arts..................    87
                National Endowment for the Humanities............    88
            Commission of Fine Arts..............................    89
            Advisory Council on Historic Preservation............    90
            National Capital Planning Commission.................    91
            United States Holocaust Memorial Museum..............    91
            Presidio Trust.......................................    92
            Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission.............    93
Title IV: General Provisions.....................................    94
Compliance with Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................    96
Compliance with Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    97
Compliance with Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    98
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   103
Congressionally Directed Spending................................   104
Comparative Statement of Budget Authority........................   118

                            SUMMARY OF BILL

    For this bill, estimates totaling $32,382,043,000 in new 
obligational authority were considered by the Committee for the 
programs and activities of the agencies and bureaus of the 
Department of the Interior, except the Bureau of Reclamation, 
and the following related agencies:
    Environmental Protection Agency
    Department of Agriculture: Forest Service
    Department of Health and Human Services:
        Indian Health Service
        National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
        Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
    Council on Environmental Quality
    Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board
    Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation
  Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and 
        Arts Development
    Smithsonian Institution
    National Gallery of Art
    John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
    National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities:
        National Endowment for the Arts
        National Endowment for the Humanities
    Commission of Fine Arts
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
    National Capital Planning Commission
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Presidio Trust
    Eisenhower Memorial Commission

                 Revenue Generated by Agencies in Bill

    Oil and gas leasing and other mineral leasing recreation 
and user fees, the timber and range programs, and other 
activities are estimated to generate income to the Government 
of $14,714,831,000 in fiscal year 2010. These estimated 
receipts, for agencies under the subcommittee's jurisdiction, 
are tabulated below:

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Fiscal year--
               Item                -------------------------------------
                                           2009               2010
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Department of the Interior........         12,784,000         13,980,000
Forest Service....................            737,965            734,831
                                   -------------------------------------
    Total receipts................         13,521,965         14,714,831
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                 Major Changes Recommended in the Bill

    The Committee has developed revisions to the budget 
estimate for the 2010 fiscal year.
    A comparative summary of funding in the bill is shown by 
agency or principal program in the following table (excluding 
emergency appropriations):

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                     Committee
                                                                                                  recommendation
                                                                      Budget         Committee     compared with
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      budget
                                                                                                     estimate
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               TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Bureau of Land Management.......................................       1,148,657       1,144,684          -3,973
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service..................................       1,637,494       1,608,065         -29,429
National Park Service...........................................       2,696,590       2,711,564         +14,974
United States Geological Survey.................................       1,097,844       1,104,340          +6,496
Minerals Management Service.....................................         180,620         181,520            +900
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement............         159,368         166,868          +7,500
Bureau of Indian Affairs........................................       2,537,404       2,592,917         +55,513
Departmental Offices............................................         504,881         504,899             +18
Department-wide Programs........................................       1,077,240       1,082,097          +4,857
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Title I--Department of the Interior................      11,040,098      11,096,954         +56,856
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            TITLE II--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

Science and Technology..........................................         842,349         842,799            +450
Environmental Programs and Management...........................       2,940,564       2,878,780         -61,784
Office of Inspector General.....................................          44,791          44,791  ..............
Building and Facilities.........................................          37,001          35,001          -2,000
Hazardous Substance Superfund...................................       1,308,541       1,308,541  ..............
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Program........................         113,101         114,171          +1,070
Oil Spill Response..............................................          18,379          18,379  ..............
State and Tribal Assistance Grants..............................       5,191,274       4,954,274        -237,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Title II--Environmental Protection Agency..........      10,486,000      10,156,736        -329,264
                                                                 ===============================================
                   TITLE III--RELATED AGENCIES

Department of Agriculture: Forest Service.......................       5,226,612       5,297,658         +71,046
Department of Health and Human Services:
    Indian Health Service.......................................       4,034,625       4,034,625  ..............
    National Institutes of Health: National Institute of                  79,212          79,212  ..............
     Environmental Health Sciences..............................
    Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry............          76,792          76,792  ..............
Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental               3,159           3,159  ..............
 Quality........................................................
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board..................          10,547          11,195            +648
Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation.....................           8,000           8,000  ..............
Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts            8,300           8,300  ..............
 Development....................................................
Smithsonian Institution.........................................         759,161         759,395            +234
National Gallery of Art.........................................         165,245         165,245  ..............
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts..................          39,947          39,947  ..............
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars................          10,225          10,225  ..............
National Endowment for the Arts.................................         161,315         161,315  ..............
National Endowment for the Humanities...........................         161,315         161,315  ..............
Commission of Fine Arts.........................................           2,294           2,294  ..............
National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs......................          10,000           9,500            -500
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.......................           5,908           5,908  ..............
National Capital Planning Commission............................           8,507           8,507  ..............
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.........................          48,551          49,122            +571
Presidio Trust..................................................          17,230          17,230  ..............
Eisenhower Memorial Commission..................................          19,000          19,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Title III--Related Agencies........................      10,855,945      10,927,394         +71,449
                                                                 ===============================================
      Grand Total...............................................      32,382,043      32,154,084        -207,959
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                    LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND

    The Committee is concerned that lands acquired with funds 
appropriated via the Land and Water Conservation Fund are 
being, or have been, made available for uses inconsistent with 
the recreation, conservation or public access for which they 
were purchased. Accordingly, the Committee directs the 
Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture to 
notify the Committee before any land use or management decision 
is made that will change the use of the land from their 
conservation or recreational use.
    The following table displays appropriations from the Land 
and Water Conservation Fund.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                            Fiscal year
                                                                 --------------------------------    Committee
                         Agency/program                                                2010       recommendation
                                                                   2009  enacted    estimate\1\
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Federal Land Acquisition:
    Bureau of Land Management...................................          14,775          25,029          28,650
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service..............................          42,455          65,000          82,790
    National Park Service.......................................          45,190          68,000          83,586
    Forest Service..............................................          49,775          28,684          67,784
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal Land Acquisition........................         152,195         186,713         262,810
                                                                 ===============================================
National Park Service, State Assistance.........................          20,000          30,000          35,000
Cooperative Endangered Species Conservation Fund\2\.............          54,694          65,693          54,694
Interior Appraisal Services.....................................           8,012          12,136          12,136
Forest Legacy...................................................          57,445          91,060          55,145
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Land and Water Conservation Fund...................         292,346         385,602         419,785
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\1\2010 estimate reflects only activities for which funds were derived from the LWCF in fiscal year 2009.
\2\CESCF data only reflects funding for HCP land acquisition and species recovery land acquisition.

                        Reprogramming Guidelines

    The following are the procedures governing reprogramming 
actions for programs and activities funded in the Interior, 
Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act:
    1. Definition.--``Reprogramming,'' as defined in these 
procedures, includes the reallocation of funds from one budget 
activity to another. In cases where either the House or Senate 
Committee report displays an allocation of an appropriation 
below the activity level, that more detailed level shall be the 
basis for reprogramming. For construction accounts, a 
reprogramming constitutes the reallocation of funds from one 
construction project (identified in the justification or 
Committee report) to another. A reprogramming shall also 
consist of any significant departure from the program described 
in the agency's budget justifications. This includes proposed 
reorganizations even without a change in funding.
    2. Guidelines for Reprogramming.--(a) A reprogramming 
should be made only when an unforeseen situation arises; and 
then only if postponement of the project or the activity until 
the next appropriation year would result in actual loss or 
damage. Mere convenience or desire should not be factors for 
consideration.
    (b) Any project or activity, which may be deferred through 
reprogramming, shall not later be accomplished by means of 
further reprogramming; but, instead, funds should again be 
sought for the deferred project or activity through the regular 
appropriations process.
    (c) Reprogramming should not be employed to initiate new 
programs or to change allocations specifically denied, limited 
or increased by the Congress in the act or the report. In cases 
where unforeseen events or conditions are deemed to require 
changes, proposals shall be submitted in advance to the 
Committee, regardless of amounts involved, and be fully 
explained and justified.
    (d) Reprogramming proposals submitted to the Committee for 
approval shall be considered approved 30 calendar days after 
receipt if the Committee has posed no objection. However, 
agencies will be expected to extend the approval deadline if 
specifically requested by either Committee.
    (e) Proposed changes to estimated working capital fund 
bills and estimated overhead charges, deductions, reserves or 
holdbacks, as such estimates were presented in annual budget 
justifications, shall be submitted through the reprogramming 
process.
    3. Criteria and Exceptions.--Any proposed reprogramming 
must be submitted to the Committee in writing prior to 
implementation if it exceeds $500,000 annually or results in an 
increase or decrease of more than 10 percent annually in 
affected programs, with the following exceptions:
    (a) With regard to the tribal priority allocations activity 
of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Operations of Indian Programs 
account, there is no restriction on reprogrammings among the 
programs within this activity. However, the Bureau shall report 
on all reprogrammings made during the first 6 months of the 
fiscal year by no later than May 1 of each year, and shall 
provide a final report of all reprogrammings for the previous 
fiscal year by no later than November 1 of each year.
    (b) With regard to the ``Environmental Protection Agency, 
State and Tribal Assistance Grants'' account, reprogramming 
requests associated with States and tribes applying for 
partnership grants do not need to be submitted to the Committee 
for approval should such grants exceed the normal reprogramming 
limitations.
    4. Quarterly Reports.--(a) All reprogrammings shall be 
reported to the Committee quarterly and shall include 
cumulative totals.
    (b) Any significant shifts of funding among object 
classifications also should be reported to the Committee.
    5. Administrative Overhead Accounts.--For all 
appropriations where costs of overhead administrative expenses 
are funded in part from ``assessments'' of various budget 
activities within an appropriation, the assessments shall be 
shown in justifications under the discussion of administrative 
expenses.
    6. Contingency Accounts.--For all appropriations where 
assessments are made against various budget activities or 
allocations for contingencies the Committee expects a full 
explanation, as part of the budget justification, consistent 
with section 404 of this act. The explanation shall show the 
amount of the assessment, the activities assessed, and the 
purpose of the fund. The Committee expects reports each year 
detailing the use of these funds. In no case shall a fund be 
used to finance projects and activities disapproved or limited 
by Congress or to finance new permanent positions or to finance 
programs or activities that could be foreseen and included in 
the normal budget review process. Contingency funds shall not 
be used to initiate new programs.
    7. Report Language.--Any limitation, directive, or 
earmarking contained in either the House or Senate report which 
is not contradicted by the other report nor specifically denied 
in the conference report shall be considered as having been 
approved by both Houses of Congress.
    8. Assessments.--No assessments shall be levied against any 
program, budget activity, subactivity, or project funded by the 
Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act 
unless such assessments and the basis therefore are presented 
to the Committees on Appropriations and are approved by such 
Committees, in compliance with these procedures.
    9. Land Acquisitions and Forest Legacy.--Lands shall not be 
acquired for more than the approved appraised value (as 
addressed in section 301(3) of Public Law 91-646), unless such 
acquisitions are submitted to the Committees on Appropriations 
for approval in compliance with these procedures.
    10. Land Exchanges.--Land exchanges, wherein the estimated 
value of the Federal lands to be exchanged is greater than 
$500,000, shall not be consummated until the Committees on 
Appropriations have had a 30-day period in which to examine the 
proposed exchange.
    11. Appropriations Structure.--The appropriation structure 
for any agency shall not be altered without advance approval of 
the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations.

                                TITLE I

                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

                        LAND AND WATER RESOURCES

                       Bureau of Land Management

    The Bureau of Land Management [BLM] is charged with 
administering for multiple uses 256 million acres of public 
land concentrated in 12 Western States, as well as 700 million 
acres of federally owned sub-surface mineral rights. Minerals, 
timber, rangeland, fish and wildlife, wilderness and recreation 
are among the resources and activities managed by BLM.
    Recent increases in energy production and recreation visits 
have placed an even greater stress on the Bureau's multiple use 
mandate, but great strides are being made to address the needs 
of an ever-growing U.S. population.
    In 2010, over 55 million visitors are expected to 
participate in recreational activities on public lands. This 
influx of visitors necessitates ongoing investments in the 
Bureau's planning, recreation management, facilities 
construction and law enforcement programs.
    In addition, the Bureau is tasked with managing programs 
involving the mineral industry, utility companies, ranchers, 
the timber industry, and the conservation and research 
communities. In 2010, it is estimated that on-shore public 
lands will generate $4,600,000,000 in revenues from such 
resource uses as energy development, grazing, and timber 
production. The bulk of this amount, $4,400,000,000, will come 
from energy development.

                    MANAGEMENT OF LAND AND RESOURCES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $890,194,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     125,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     975,351,000
House allowance.........................................     950,496,000
Committee recommendation................................     965,721,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$965,721,000 for the ``Management of Land and Resources'' 
account. This amount is $75,527,000 above the equivalent fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level, and $9,630,000 below the budget 
request.
    All of the increases, totaling $16,524,000, requested to 
offset rising fixed costs are provided in the amounts requested 
in the budget. The Committee supports the administration's 
major initiatives and recommends increases of $15,000,000 for 
the climate impacts initiative, $16,100,000 for the renewable 
energy initiative, and $5,000,000 for the Secretary's 21st 
century youth conservation corps.
    Other program changes are described in the following budget 
activity narratives. Detailed funding levels for each 
subactivity can be found in the table at the end of the report.
    The Committee directs the Bureau to retain its current 
level of support for the National Conservation Training Center 
[NCTC], and directs that funds shall be available to NCTC 
within 60 days of enactment.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendation in the major 
programmatic areas funded by this account.

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                  Committee
                                                             Budget estimate   recommendation        Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Land Resources............................................          248,192           250,542            +2,350
Wildlife and Fisheries....................................           49,087            49,607              +520
Threatened and Endangered Species.........................           22,112            22,612              +500
Recreation Management.....................................           67,692            68,392              +700
Energy and Minerals.......................................          110,689            89,689           -21,000
Permit Processing Fund\1\.................................  ................          [21,000]         [+21,000]
Oil and Gas APD Fees......................................          [45,500]          [45,500]  ................
Realty and Ownership Management...........................           97,232            97,632              +400
Resource Protection and Maintenance.......................           94,077            96,077            +2,000
Transportation and Facilities Management..................           73,155            74,555            +1,400
Land and Resources Information Systems....................           16,754            16,754   ................
Mining Law Administration\2\..............................           36,696            36,696   ................
Workforce and Organizational Support......................          158,060           158,060   ................
Challenge Cost Share......................................            9,500            10,000              +500
National Monuments and Conservation Areas.................           28,801            31,801            +3,000
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Total, Management of Land and Resources.............          975,351           965,721            -9,630
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\1\Funding for the Permit Processing Fund, authorized by section 365 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, is not
  included in the ``Management of Land and Resources'' account but is shown in this table to accurately reflect
  the cost of the energy and minerals program.
\2\Funding for Mining Law Administration is fully offset by fees.

    Land Resources.--The Committee recommends an appropriation 
of $250,542,000 for land resources. This amount is an increase 
of $49,345,000 above the 2009 enacted appropriation and 
$2,350,000 above the budget request. The recommendation 
includes increases of $3,467,000 for fixed costs, $15,000,000 
to support the Department's climate change impacts initiative, 
$2,500,000 for youth conservation activities, $26,873,000 for 
wild horse and burro management, $1,000,000 for BLM activities 
authorized by the Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-11), and $1,350,000 for general program 
increases. The general program increase is to be distributed as 
follows: $350,000 for soil, water, and air management; $700,000 
for rangeland management; $100,000 for forestry management; and 
$200,000 for riparian management. The increase of $1,000,000 
mentioned above is recommended for cultural resources 
management to protect, inventory and monitor heritage, 
cultural, archaeological, historical, and paleontological 
resources of tribes on wilderness lands authorized in the 
Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009 (Public Law 111-11) 
such as the cultural resources protection plan and the 
recreation travel management plan in the Owyhee Public Land 
Management Initiative.
    The Committee notes with approval that the BLM has retained 
the 2009 increase of $7,500,000 for abandoned mine remediation 
in its 2010 request. The Department has acknowledged that it 
does not have a comprehensive inventory of abandoned mines on 
public lands. Such an inventory is an essential prerequisite 
for an effective and cost efficient program to attain 
environmental and public safety around abandoned mine sites. 
The Committee directs the Secretary to provide a report on the 
status of this inventory within 120 days of enactment of this 
bill. The Committee expects a completed inventory to be 
submitted for review by September 30, 2010. The inventory 
should identify those mine sites that pose a clear threat to 
the environment or to human safety.
    The Committee recognizes the need for a substantial budget 
increase of $26,873,000 for the wild horse and burro program in 
2010 and provides the requested level of $67,486,000. However, 
the Committee notes that the costs for gathering and holding 
equines to control populations on public lands have risen 
beyond sustainable levels. The Committee directs the Bureau to 
(1) consider private proposals for long-term care of wild 
horses and burros; (2) create a bidding process among such 
proposals, and (3) prepare and publish a new comprehensive 
long-term plan and policy for management of wild horses and 
burros that involves consideration and development of proposals 
by non-governmental entities, by September 30, 2010.
    The Committee encourages all Federal agencies that need and 
use horses to fulfill their responsibilities to first seek to 
acquire a wild horse from the Bureau of Land Management, and, 
prior to seeking another supplier for usable horses, document 
why the Bureau cannot meet the needs of the inquiring Federal 
agency. The Bureau is also encouraged to develop an expedited 
process for providing wild horses to local and State police 
forces.
    Wildlife and Fisheries.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $49,607,000 for wildlife and fisheries 
activities. This amount is $1,118,000 over the 2009 
appropriation and $520,000 over the request. The recommendation 
includes increases of $743,000 for fixed costs and general 
program increases of $250,000 for wildlife management and 
$125,000 for fisheries management. The Committee does not agree 
to the proposed reduction of $145,000 in National Fish and 
Wildlife Foundation grants funding.
    Threatened and Endangered Species.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $22,612,000 for threatened and 
endangered species conservation, an increase of $899,000 over 
the 2009 appropriation and $500,000 above the request. The 
increases are $399,000 for fixed costs, $300,000 for redband 
trout and salmon habitat and restoration in Nevada, and a 
general program increase of $200,000.
    Recreation Management.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $68,392,000 for wilderness management and 
recreation resources management activities. This amount is 
$4,654,000 above the 2009 appropriation and $700,000 over the 
request. The recommendation includes the full $2,500,000 for 
the Secretary's 21st century youth conservation corps 
initiative, $1,454,000 as requested for fixed costs, and 
general program increases of $200,000 for wilderness management 
and $500,000 for recreation resources management.
    Energy and Minerals Management.--The Committee recommends 
an appropriation of $89,689,000 for oil, gas, coal, and other 
minerals management. This is $9,724,000 below the 2009 enacted 
level and $21,000,000 less than the request. However, by 
rejecting the administration's proposal to repeal portions of 
the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Bureau will have an 
additional $21,000,000 available so that activities supported 
by the request are fully funded. In addition to the Committee 
appropriation recommendation, the Bureau will receive 
$45,500,000 in collections from fees for applications for 
permits to drill, an increase of $9,100,000 over 2009 which is 
used to offset the appropriation. Changes from 2009 include an 
increase of $2,058,000 for fixed costs, a decrease of 
$4,600,000 for the Alaska legacy well remediation program, a 
decrease of $1,000,000 for a completed core sample shipment 
project, and an increase of $2,500,000 for production 
accountability improvements.
    The Committee understands that the Bureau will not complete 
its analysis of the Internet oil and gas lease auction program 
before the end of fiscal year 2009 and subsequently will need 
time in 2010 to analyze and develop recommendations for 
implementation of a new program. The Committee requests that 
the Bureau provide a report on the results of the Internet oil 
and gas auction pilot, and recommendations on how to implement 
the program in fiscal year 2011.
    Realty and Ownership Management.--The Committee recommends 
an appropriation of $97,632,000 for public land realty and 
ownership management activities. This amount is $17,567,000 
above the 2009 appropriation and $400,000 above the request. 
The Committee supports the requested changes from the enacted 
level: the full $16,100,000 increase for the President's 
renewable energy initiative, an increase of $1,817,000 as 
requested for fixed costs, and a requested decrease of $750,000 
for cadastral surveys. Recommended increases above the budget 
request are $300,000 for the Utah Rural Government Geographic 
Information Systems Assistance Program and a general program 
increase of $100,000.
    The Committee understands that renewable energy will become 
a more significant source of power for the Nation and that the 
Department of the Interior and the Forest Service will play a 
prominent role in its development. However, the Committee is 
very concerned about the impacts these projects will have on 
the landscape, particularly those for wind and solar power. 
Proposed solar projects can each cover several square miles and 
the newest wind turbines are over 500 feet tall. Appropriate 
siting of these projects and cost-appropriate size limitations 
are critical to ensuring that the pristine landscapes and 
magnificent views of the country's public lands and coastlines 
are protected.
    Accordingly, within 180 days of enactment, the Committee 
directs that the Department submit a joint report with the 
Forest Service on the criteria used for siting renewable energy 
projects, including the extent to which protection of scenic 
landscapes, ridgetops, and shorelines will be considered. The 
report should also provide a detailed strategic plan on how the 
Department and the Forest Service will coordinate the 
development of such projects particularly in areas where there 
is mixed ownership of Interior and Forest Service lands. The 
report should identify specifically what areas of the public 
lands and the Outer Continental Shelf will be considered for 
projects based on: (1) their potential for renewable energy 
generation; (2) what additional transmission lines will be 
necessary to connect these new sources of power to the energy 
grid; (3) where these transmission lines will be placed; and 
(4) the methodology to be used to limit the size of solar 
troughs and photovoltaic facilities.
    The report should also include an analysis of the useful 
life of renewable energy sites and provide an explanation of 
how the infrastructure will be removed from the public lands 
when it is no longer functional. The Committee believes that 
some mechanism, such as a bond put forth by the permittees, 
should be utilized by the Department and the Forest Service so 
that the Government does not have to pay for the removal of 
these large facilities after they are no longer viable.
    The Committee strongly encourages the BLM to apply the 
necessary resources to complete landscape scale assessments by 
the end of fiscal year 2010 on the Mojave Basin and Range, 
Central Basin and Range, Sonoran Desert, and the Colorado 
Plateau. These assessments should, at a minimum, include 
spatial analyses of priority conservation areas, renewable 
energy potential, invasive species, and wildfires.
    As the Department of the Interior and Forest Service 
proceed with the development of policies and the preparation of 
environmental documents and permitting of renewable energy 
projects, the Committee expects to be consulted with on a 
regular basis.
    Resource Protection and Maintenance.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $96,077,000 for resource 
protection and maintenance. This is an increase of $3,526,000 
over the 2009 enacted appropriation and $2,000,000 over the 
request. In addition to the requested $1,526,000 increase for 
fixed costs, the Committee recommends an increase of $1,000,000 
for law enforcement. The Committee also recommends an increase 
of $1,000,000 for travel and transportation plans. The agency 
shall allocate these funds to travel and transportation 
management plans authorized by law in the recently passed 
Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009, such as the 
Washington County comprehensive travel and transportation plan 
in Utah.
    Transportation and Facilities Maintenance.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $74,555,000 for transportation 
and facilities maintenance. There is an increase of $698,000 
over the enacted 2009 appropriation for fixed costs as 
requested.
    Land and Resources Information Systems.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $16,754,000 for land and 
resources information systems. There is an increase of $173,000 
over the enacted 2009 appropriation for fixed costs as 
requested.
    Mining Law Administration.--The Committee recommends 
$36,696,000 for mining law administration which is $2,000,000 
over the 2009 level and the same as the request. This amount is 
fully offset by collections from mining claims fees.
    Workforce Organization and Support.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $158,060,000 for workforce 
organization and support as requested. There is an increase of 
$3,166,000 over the enacted 2009 appropriation for fixed costs.
    Challenge Cost Share.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $10,000,000 for challenge cost share 
partnership projects. This amount includes a $500,000 increase 
over the 2009 enacted appropriation and the request.
    National Monuments and National Conservation Areas.--The 
Committee recommends an appropriation of $31,801,000 for major 
units of the National Landscape Conservation System. This 
amount is an increase of $3,605,000 over the 2009 enacted 
appropriation and $3,000,000 over the requested level. There is 
a general program increase of $3,000,000 and an increase of 
$605,000 for fixed costs.
    The Committee remains concerned about the lack of 
transparency in the BLM budget with regard to national trails. 
The Committee directs the Bureau to create a specific 
subactivity for the National Trails System within the National 
Monuments and National Conservation Areas activity. This 
subactivity should be included in the 2011 budget request with 
a clear explanation for any amounts that may be transferred 
from other activities and subactivities.

                              construction

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $6,590,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     180,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       6,590,000
House allowance.........................................       6,590,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,626,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,626,000 for 
construction and reconstruction of buildings, roads, trails, 
bridges and other facilities. This is an increase of $2,036,000 
over the budget request and the equivalent 2009 appropriation.
    The Committee recommends funding all the construction 
projects in the request plus one ongoing project that was not 
included. The California National Historic Trail Interpretive 
Center in Nevada is nearing completion. The Committee has 
provided $2,000,000 to cover the completion of all internal and 
external displays and exhibits, including the amphitheater.
    The following table shows the Committee recommendations:

                 BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
State                      Project                       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   AK Anchorage Field Office--Campbell Airstrip               $190,000
       safety fencing
   AZ Gila District--Browning Ranch house                      124,000
       preservation
   AZ Lake Havasu--Partner's Point water line                  110,000
   CA California radio fencing and grounding                   537,000
   CA Hollister Field Office--El Toro Creek parking          1,209,000
       project
   CA Barstow--Sawtooth campground and trail                   541,000
   CO Grand Junction Field Office--Bridgeport                  176,000
       access trail
   ID Salmon Field Office--Lemhi River road                  1,588,000
       maintenance
   ID Salmon Field Office--Sharkey Hot Springs                 287,000
       renovation
   NV California National Historic Trail--                   2,000,000
       interpretive displays
   UT Salt Lake District--Five Mile Pass recreation            362,000
       site facility
   UT West Desert District--Knolls facilities                  381,000
   UT Pelican Lake Recreation Site--facilities                 697,000
                                                    --------------------
            Subtotal, Projects                               8,202,000
                                                    ====================
      Architectural and Engineering Services                   424,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total, BLM Construction                          8,626,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                            LAND ACQUISITION

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $14,775,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      25,029,000
House allowance.........................................      26,529,000
Committee recommendation................................      28,650,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $28,650,000 
for land acquisition, an increase of $3,621,000 above the 
budget request and $13,875,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level.
    The following table shows the Committee's recommendations:

               BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT LAND ACQUISITION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
State                      Project                       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   CA California Wilderness                                 $1,500,000
   CA Johnson Canyon Area of Critical Environmental          1,500,000
       Concern
   CA King Range National Conservation Area                  2,000,000
   CA Lacks Creek Area of Critical Environmental               750,000
       Concern
   CA Upper Sacramento River Area of Critical                2,800,000
       Environmental Concern
   MT Blackfoot River Special Recreation Management          4,500,000
       Area
   MT Meeteetse Spires Area of Critical                      1,500,000
       Environmental Concern
   NM La Cienega Area of Critical Environmental              3,000,000
       Concern/El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro
       National Historic Trail
   NM Lesser Prairie-Chicken Area of Critical                1,500,000
       Environmental Concern
   OR Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument                     1,000,000
   OR Sandy River/Oregon National Historic Trail             2,100,000
   WY Craig Thomas Little Mountain Special                   2,000,000
       Management Area
                                                    --------------------
            Subtotal, Line Item Projects                    24,150,000
                                                    ====================
      Acquisition Management                                 2,000,000
      Inholdings, Emergencies, and Hardships                 2,500,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total, Land Acquisition                         28,650,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   oregon and california grant lands

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $109,949,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     111,557,000
House allowance.........................................     111,557,000
Committee recommendation................................     111,557,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $111,557,000, 
an amount equal to the request and an increase of $1,608,000 
over the enacted level.

                 FOREST ECOSYSTEMS HEALTH AND RECOVERY

                   (REVOLVING FUND, SPECIAL ACCOUNT)

    The Committee has retained bill language clarifying that 
the Federal share of salvage receipts to be deposited into this 
account shall be those funds remaining after payments to 
counties.

                           range improvements

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      10,000,000
House allowance.........................................      10,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,000,000 
for range improvements, the same as the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the budget request.

               service charges, deposits, and forfeitures

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $33,821,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      31,255,000
House allowance.........................................      31,255,000
Committee recommendation................................      31,255,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $31,255,000 
which is $2,566,000 below the 2009 enacted level and the same 
as the budget request.

                       miscellaneous trust funds

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $20,130,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      20,130,000
House allowance.........................................      20,130,000
Committee recommendation................................      20,130,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $20,130,000, 
the same as the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the budget 
request.

                      FISH AND WILDLIFE AND PARKS


                     U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is the principal Federal 
agency responsible for conserving, protecting and enhancing 
fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats. The Service 
manages the 96 million acre National Wildlife Refuge System, 
which encompasses 550 national wildlife refuges, thousands of 
small wetlands and other special management areas and 78,000 
square miles of National Marine Monuments. It also operates 70 
national fish hatcheries, 65 fish and wildlife management 
offices and 81 ecological services field stations. The Agency 
enforces Federal wildlife laws, administers the Endangered 
Species Act, manages migratory bird populations, restores 
nationally significant fisheries, conserves, and restores 
wildlife habitat such as wetlands, and helps foreign 
governments with their conservation efforts. It also oversees 
the Federal Assistance program, which distributes hundreds of 
millions of dollars in excise taxes on fishing and hunting 
equipment to State fish and wildlife agencies.

                          resource management

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $1,140,962,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     165,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,218,206,000
House allowance.........................................   1,248,756,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,244,386,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$1,244,386,000 for the ``Resource Management'' account. This 
amount is $103,424,000 above the equivalent fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, and $26,180,000 above the budget request.
    Changes to the 2009 enacted level include the addition of 
$19,404,000 to meet fixed cost increases and programmatic 
increases totaling $84,020,000. The Committee supports the 
major initiatives requested by the administration and 
recommends that the climate change initiative be fully funded 
at $42,000,000 and that $13,000,000 be provided for youth and 
careers in nature. The internal transfer for literature 
research services is included as requested.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendation in the major 
programmatic areas funded by this account.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Ecological Services..........................................     $291,077,000     $305,677,000     +$14,600,000
National Wildlife Refuge System..............................      483,279,000      488,629,000       +5,350,000
Migratory Bird Management, Law Enforcement, and International      130,093,000      133,573,000       +3,480,000
 Conservation................................................
Fisheries and Aquatic Restoration............................      140,695,000      143,695,000       +3,000,000
Climate Change and Science...................................       20,000,000       20,000,000  ...............
General Administration.......................................      154,062,000      152,812,000       -1,250,000
Disposition of excess property...............................       -1,000,000  ...............       +1,000,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Resource Management.............................    1,218,206,000    1,244,386,000      +26,180,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Several congressionally directed projects have been added 
to the budget request and are discussed in the activity report 
language below. Funding for these projects is to be distributed 
to the appropriate program and region before the Service's 
standard distribution of funds. No congressionally directed 
project in this account may be funded, fully or in part, by 
reductions in other projects, programs, or regions.
    Ecological Services.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $305,677,000 for the ecological services 
budget activity. This amount is $29,407,000 above the 2009 
enacted level, $14,600,000 above the request, and includes 
increases of $4,938,000 for fixed costs as included in the 
request and program increases totaling $24,469,000.
    Within ecological services, the Committee recommends 
$174,657,000 for endangered species. This amount is $16,684,000 
above the 2009 appropriation and $10,500,000 above the request. 
The recommendation includes $2,989,000 for fixed cost 
increases, $1,500,000 for polar bear consultations and 
recovery, $1,500,000 for the President's energy initiative, and 
$395,000 for internal transfers, all of which were included in 
the budget request.
    The Committee also recommends general program increases of 
$1,000,000 for listing and $1,000,000 for critical habitat, 
$500,000 to increase monitoring of bats for white nose bat 
syndrome, $350,000 for Lahontan cutthroat trout, and $200,000 
for additional wolf monitoring in the Western States. In 
addition to these increases, there are three other 
recommendations described in the following paragraphs: 
$2,500,000 for endangered species consultations, $1,000,000 for 
a newly authorized wolf livestock loss demonstration program, 
and $3,000,000 for recovery of endangered birds in response to 
the State of the Birds report.
    The Committee notes the importance of section 7 
consultations on future development and therefore recommends a 
general program increase of $2,500,000 for Consultations and 
HCPs to address deficiencies identified by the Government 
Accountability Office [GAO]. The GAO reported in May 2009 that 
Service biologists could not account for all required 
monitoring reports in 63 percent of the consultation files they 
investigated. The report states, ``The lack of systematic means 
to track cumulative take for some species, and the resulting 
gap in knowledge of the species' status, exposes the Service to 
vulnerabilities, including the threat of litigation and 
unobserved declines in species. The Service has been developing 
various databases for more systematically tracking cumulative 
take, though their development largely depends on resources not 
yet available in the Service's budget.''
    The Committee recommends $1,000,000 be provided for the 
Wolf Livestock Loss Demonstration Project authorized by the 
Omnibus Public Land Management Act of 2009. These funds will be 
used to provide grants to States and Indian tribes to assist 
livestock producers in undertaking proactive, non-lethal 
activities to reduce the risk of livestock loss due to 
predation by wolves and to compensate livestock producers for 
livestock losses due to such predation.
    The Committee recommends an increase of $3,000,000 for the 
Service to develop a comprehensive strategy, hire staff, and 
begin on the ground projects to recover endangered and 
threatened bird species with special emphasis on Hawaii. The 
Committee notes the publication of the multi-agency report, 
``The State of the Birds, United States of America, 2009'', 
which provides a comprehensive overview of the crises and 
challenges confronting birds in every part of the country. The 
situation for native birds in Hawaii is especially dire. Of the 
113 known unique species of Hawaiian birds, 71 have become 
extinct and 31 more are federally listed as endangered or 
threatened. Predator control and habitat preservation are 
critical to the survival of the remaining species.
    The Committee recommends $117,020,000 for habitat 
conservation, an increase of $11,965,000 above the 2009 
appropriation and $3,600,000 above the request. The 
recommendation includes the requested increases of $7,500,000 
for climate change, $275,000 for bald and golden eagle 
permitting, and $1,640,000 for fixed costs and internal 
transfers. In addition to the increases in the request, the 
Committee restores $350,000 for the Mississippi State Natural 
Resources Economic Enterprise Program and increases funding for 
the Hawaii invasive species program from the current year 
enacted level of $350,000 to $1,250,000. General program 
increases of $500,000 for coastal conservation programs and 
$250,000 for the national wetlands inventory are also 
recommended.
    Two new congressional initiatives are recommended for 
habitat conservation. First, the Committee has provided 
$750,000 to contract with the National Academy of Sciences to 
conduct studies in support of sustainable water and 
environmental management of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta in 
California.
    The second initiative is a new cooperative effort to 
control the spread of invasive milfoil in Maine lakes. In the 
partners for fish and wildlife program, $500,000 is provided to 
begin a partnership with Saint Joseph's College of Maine to, 
among other things, develop a model mitigation program to 
remove and prevent aquatic invasive species infestation; to 
combat milfoil and help repair affected habitats in seven test 
bed lakes; and to protect the habitat of fish and other 
wildlife that are directly and indirectly affected by the 
devastating invasion of milfoil in those lake ecosystems.
    The environmental contaminants program is funded at 
$14,000,000, an increase of $758,000 over 2009 and $500,000 
above the request for a general program increase.
    National Wildlife Refuge System.--The Committee recommends 
an appropriation of $488,629,000 for operations and maintenance 
of national wildlife refuges. This amount is $25,770,000 above 
the 2009 enacted level and $5,350,000 above the request.
    The recommendation fully funds requested increases of 
$12,000,000 for climate change delivery, $2,000,000 for the 
Secretary's youth corps initiative, and $6,420,000 for fixed 
costs and internal transfers. In addition to the requested 
increases, the Committee recommends general program increases 
of $2,900,000 for wildlife and habitat management, $750,000 for 
visitor services, and $500,000 for refuge law enforcement.
    The continual problem of invasive rat infestation on 
Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge must be solved in 2010. 
The Service demonstrated its ability to accomplish rat 
eradication on Rat Island, Alaska. The Committee provides 
$1,200,000 in one-time project funding above the base funding 
for Palmyra for the complete eradication of rats on the atoll.
    In addition to the increases described above, the Committee 
redirects $3,000,000 from deferred refuge maintenance to refuge 
operations to be distributed as follows: $1,500,000 to wildlife 
and habitat management, $1,000,000 to visitor services, and 
$500,000 to refuge law enforcement.
    Migratory Bird Management, Law Enforcement, and 
International Conservation.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $133,573,000 for the migratory bird 
management, law enforcement, and international conservation 
programs of the Fish and Wildlife Service. This amount is 
$6,856,000 above the 2009 enacted level and $3,480,000 over the 
request.
    The Committee recommends $54,025,000 for migratory bird 
management, an increase of $3,179,000 above the enacted 2009 
appropriation and $1,000,000 over the request. The 
recommendation includes the requested increases for fixed 
costs, bald and golden eagle permits, and youth conservation. 
The Committee also provides an increase of $1,000,000 for 
approved migratory bird joint ventures.
    The Committee recommends $65,839,000 for law enforcement 
operations, an increase of $3,172,000 above the enacted 2009 
appropriation. The increase consists of $2,000,000 to recruit 
and train new officers to fill vacancies resulting from 
mandatory retirement of career officers and $1,199,000 for 
fixed cost increases less $27,000 for the requested internal 
transfer.
    Recommended funding for international programs is 
$13,709,000, an increase of $505,000 over the enacted level and 
$480,000 over the request. The increases are $330,000 for 
international conservation, $500,000 for international wildlife 
trade, and $179,000 for fixed costs. The increases are 
partially offset by the $504,000 in requested transfers. Total 
funding available for international programs is as follows: 
$6,750,000 for international conservation; $6,809,000 for 
international wildlife trade; and $150,000 for the Caddo Lake 
Ramsar Center in Texas.
    Fisheries.--The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$143,695,000 for fisheries and aquatic resource conservation. 
This amount is $11,864,000 above the 2009 enacted level and 
$3,000,000 over the request. The Committee endorses the 
$2,000,000 Klamath Dam removal study, the $2,000,000 national 
fish habitat increase, the $2,200,000 increase for marine 
mammals, $1,300,000 for youth and careers in nature, and 
$1,919,000 for fixed costs as requested by the administration. 
The Committee does not agree to eliminate funding for 
freshwater mussel research and recovery and has restored 
$500,000 for this program. In addition, the Committee provides 
$2,000,000 for enhanced efforts to control the spread of and 
eradicate quagga and zebra mussels. The Committee also 
recommends a general program increase of $500,000 for national 
fish hatchery operations.
    The Committee strongly encourages the Department of 
Interior and the Forest Service to coordinate with local 
entities and to employ the resources necessary to prevent 
Quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species from entering 
the Lake Tahoe ecosystem.
    The current budget structure for the fisheries program 
consists of five budget subactivities which are, in the view of 
the Committee, too many for a program with a common overriding 
mission. The Committee recommends that funding for aquatic 
invasive species and marine mammals be included within the 
aquatic habitat and species conservation subactivity in future 
budget requests.
    Climate Change and Science Capability.--The Committee 
recommends $20,000,000 for this new activity as requested.
    General Administration.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $152,812,000 for general administration and 
support for Service programs in 2010. This amount is $9,527,000 
above the 2009 enacted level and $1,250,000 below the request. 
The recommendation includes the requested increases of 
$3,951,000 for fixed costs, $4,200,000 for the Secretary's 
Youth Initiative, $401,000 for internal transfers, and $225,000 
for electronic personnel records. The Committee does not 
provide funds for the two proposed $1,000,000 increases for 
youth hunting and fishing. The Committee also provides an 
additional $750,000 for backlog maintenance needs at the 
National Conservation Training Center [NCTC]. The Committee 
recommends 2010 funding levels of $40,485,000 for central 
office administration, $43,340,000 for regional office 
administration, $36,440,000 for servicewide bill paying, 
$7,537,000 for the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, and 
$25,010,000 for NCTC.
    The Service-wide proposal to sell excess property to offset 
current costs is not included in the Committee recommendation.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $35,533,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     115,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      29,791,000
House allowance.........................................      21,139,000
Committee recommendation................................      39,741,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$39,741,000 for the Construction account. This amount is 
$4,154,000 above the comparable 2009 appropriation and 
$9,950,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee recommends the following distribution of 
construction funds:

                 FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE CONSTRUCTION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
State                      Project                       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
      National Wildlife Refuge Projects:
   CA     Don Edwards SF Bay NWR--salt pond                 $4,000,000
           restoration
   GM     Guam NWR--species control fence                      866,000
   HI     Kilauea Point NWR--lighthouse repair               1,000,000
   IN     Big Oaks NWR--Old Timbers Dam phase 1                100,000
   MN     Fergus Falls WMD--Stang Lake Dam (cc)                175,000
   MS     Theodore Roosevelt NWR--visitor center             2,000,000
           and office
   OK     Wichita Mountains WR--Lake Rush Dam (cc)           4,100,000
   WA     Turnbull NWR--Lower Pine Lake Dam--design            250,000
   WV     Canaan Valley NWR--trails                            500,000
   WV     Ohio River Islands NWR--erosion                      800,000
           protection
          NWRS Green Energy projects                         2,000,000
          NWRS Visitor facility enhancements                 3,000,000
                                                    --------------------
              Subtotal, Refuge Projects                     18,791,000
                                                    ====================
      National Fish Hatchery Projects:
   AZ     Willow Beach NFH--water treatment phase 1            482,000
   PA     Allegheny NFH--repair fish production and          1,500,000
           electrical systems (p&d)
   WA     Quinault NFH--replace electric fish                1,000,000
           barriers (p&d)
   WV     White Sulphur Springs NFH--water supply            1,500,000
           system and raceways
   WY     Jackson NFH--replace water supply (cc)             1,650,000
          NFHS Green Energy projects                           600,000
          NFHS Visitor facility enhancements                   400,000
                                                    --------------------
            Subtotal, Hatchery Projects                      7,132,000
                                                    ====================
      Other Projects:
   NV     Nevada mountains large game water                    150,000
           catchments
   OK     Attwater Prairie Chicken captive breeding          2,652,000
           facility
                                                    --------------------
            Subtotal, Other Projects                         2,802,000
                                                    ====================
            Subtotal, line item project                     28,725,000
             construction
                                                    ====================
          Bridge and Dam Safety                              1,855,000
          Nationwide Engineering Services                    9,161,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total, Construction                             39,741,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                            land acquisition

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $42,455,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      65,000,000
House allowance.........................................      67,250,000
Committee recommendation................................      82,790,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$82,790,000 for the land acquisition account. This amount is 
$40,335,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and $17,790,000 
above the budget request.
    The Committee recommends the following projects for 2010:

               FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE LAND ACQUISITION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
     State                     Project                   recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
            AK Alaska Maritime National Wildlife              $300,000
                Refuge
            AK Togiak National Wildlife Refuge                 325,000
            AK Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge            365,000
            AL Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge             500,000
            AZ Leslie Canyon National Wildlife                 500,000
                Refuge
            CA Grasslands Wildlife Management                1,000,000
                District
            CA San Joaquin River National Wildlife           2,000,000
                Refuge
            CT Stewart McKinney National Wildlife            2,000,000
                Refuge
CT, MA, NH, VT Silvio Conte National Wildlife                3,000,000
                Refuge
CT, NJ, NY, PA Highlands Conservation Act--                  1,500,000
                easements
            DE Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge           1,000,000
            FL Crystal River National Wildlife               1,500,000
                Refuge
            FL St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge              500,000
            GA Bond Swamp National Wildlife Refuge           1,200,000
            HI James Campbell National Wildlife              7,400,000
                Refuge
            IA Driftless Area National Wildlife                450,000
                Refuge
        IA, MN Northern Tallgrass Prairie National             500,000
                Wildlife Refuge
            IL Cypress Creek National Wildlife                 500,000
                Refuge
IL, IA, MN, WI Upper Mississippi National Fish &             1,000,000
                Wildlife Refuge
            IN Patoka National Wildlife Refuge               1,150,000
            KY Clarks River National Wildlife                  750,000
                Refuge
            LA Red River National Wildlife Refuge            1,000,000
            LA Upper Ouachita National Wildlife                500,000
                Refuge
            ME Maine Coastal Islands National                1,000,000
                Wildlife Refuge
            ME Rachel Carson National Wildlife               3,000,000
                Refuge
            MD Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge           2,000,000
            MS Panther Swamp National Wildlife                 500,000
                Refuge
            MO Big Muddy National Fish & Wildlife              300,000
                Refuge
            MT Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife                500,000
                Refuge
            MT Rocky Mountain Front Conservation             3,750,000
                Area
            ND North Dakota Wildlife Management                500,000
                Area
        ND, SD Dakota Tallgrass Prairie Wildlife             1,000,000
                Management Area
            NE Rainwater Basin Wetlands Management             500,000
                District
            NH Lake Umbagog National Wildlife                1,000,000
                Refuge
            NJ Cape May National Wildlife Refuge             1,000,000
            NJ Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife           1,100,000
                Refuge
            NJ Wallkill National Wildlife Refuge             2,800,000
            NM Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge              500,000
            OR Nestucca Bay National Wildlife                1,000,000
                Refuge
            PA Cherry Valley National Wildlife               1,000,000
                Refuge
            RI John H. Chafee National Wildlife                900,000
                Refuge
            SC Ernest F. Hollings ACE Basin                    500,000
                National Wildlife Refuge
            SC Waccamaw National Wildlife Refuge               600,000
            TN Chickasaw National Wildlife Refuge              500,000
            TX Balcones Canyonlands National                 1,000,000
                Wildlife Refuge
            TX Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife               500,000
                Refuge
            TX Lower Rio Grande Valley National              1,000,000
                Wildlife Refuge
            TX San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge          1,250,000
            UT Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge              1,300,000
            VA Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge               545,000
            VA James River National Wildlife Refuge          1,000,000
            WA Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge              500,000
            WA Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge             2,500,000
            WA Willapa National Wildlife Refuge                750,000
                                                    --------------------
                     Subtotal, Line Item Projects           63,235,000
                                                    ====================
               Acquisition Management                       10,555,000
               User Pay Cost Share                           2,000,000
               Exchanges                                     2,000,000
               Inholdings, Emergencies, and                  5,000,000
                Hardships
                                                    --------------------
                     Total, Land Acquisition                82,790,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

            cooperative endangered species conservation fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $75,501,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     100,000,000
House allowance.........................................     100,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      85,001,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$85,001,000 for the cooperative endangered species conservation 
fund. This amount is $9,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
level.
    The funds are distributed as follows: $12,001,000 for 
endangered species conservation grants to States and 
territories; $10,642,000 for habitat conservation planning 
grants; $14,186,000 for species recovery land acquisition; 
$40,508,000 for habitat conservation plan land acquisition; 
$5,146,000 for the Idaho Salmon and Clearwater River Basins 
account established as part of the Nez Perce water rights 
settlement; and $2,518,000 for program administration.

                     national wildlife refuge fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $14,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      14,100,000
House allowance.........................................      14,100,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,500,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$14,500,000 for the national wildlife refuge fund. This amount 
is $400,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the request. 
This account compensates counties for tax losses resulting from 
lands within county boundaries acquired, owned and managed by 
the Service.

               north american wetlands conservation fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $42,647,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      52,647,000
House allowance.........................................      52,647,000
Committee recommendation................................      45,147,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$45,147,000 for the North American wetlands conservation fund. 
This amount is $2,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and 
$7,500,000 below the budget request. Of the total amount, 
$1,806,000 is provided for program administration and support.

              NEOTROPICAL MIGRATORY BIRD CONSERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $4,750,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       4,750,000
House allowance.........................................       5,250,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,000,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$5,000,000 for the neotropical migratory bird conservation 
fund. This amount is $250,000 more than the 2009 appropriation 
and the budget request.

                multinational species conservation fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      10,000,000
House allowance.........................................      11,500,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,500,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$11,500,000 for the multinational species conservation fund. 
This amount is $1,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 budget 
request. The total includes increases of $500,000 for marine 
turtle conservation, $500,000 for great ape conservation, and 
$500,000 for rhinoceros and tiger conservation.

                    STATE AND TRIBAL WILDLIFE GRANTS

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $75,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     115,000,000
House allowance.........................................     115,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      80,000,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$80,000,000 for State and tribal wildlife grants. This amount 
is $5,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and $35,000,000 
below the budget request.
    The Committee does not agree to provide $40,000,000 in 
additional funding for State climate change activities. The 
States have authority to proceed with their climate change 
activities within their share of the formula grants provided in 
this appropriation.

                  FEDERAL AID IN WILDLIFE RESTORATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     $28,000,000
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee does not create the new grants to States 
appropriation account for educating young hunters and anglers 
as requested by the administration. The Committee notes that 
increases totalling $13,000,000 for youth programs and careers 
are provided in the Resource Management appropriation. 
Furthermore, over $120,000,000 is available in 2010 for hunter 
and angler education programs through the Federal Aid in 
Wildlife Restoration and the Federal Aid in Sport Fish 
Restoration accounts. The Committee believes this is a 
sufficient amount and encourages the States to target generous 
amounts for youth education programs.

                         National Park Service

    Since the creation of Yellowstone National Park in 1872, 
the National Park System has grown to encompass 390 sites 
spanning more than 84 million acres in 49 States, the District 
of Columbia, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, Saipan, and the 
Virgin Islands. The National Park Service, created in 1916, is 
charged with preserving these sites ``unimpaired for the 
enjoyment of future generations.'' The Service and its more 
than 20,000 employees also contribute to the protection of 
other historical, cultural and recreational resources through a 
variety of grant and technical assistance programs.

                 operation of the national park system

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,131,529,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     146,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,266,016,000
House allowance.........................................   2,260,684,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,261,309,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$2,261,309,000 for the Operation of the National Park System 
account. This amount is $129,780,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
non-emergency level, and $4,707,000 below the budget request. 
Within the increase, $52,540,000 has been provided for base 
operational increases, while more than $40,000,000 has been 
provided for full fixed costs. The following table provides a 
comparison of the budget estimate and the Committee's 
recommendation in the major programmatic areas. Changes to the 
request are detailed following the table.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     Committee
                                                                  Budget request  recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Resource Stewardship............................................    $347,328,000    $344,828,000     -$2,500,000
Visitor Services................................................     247,386,000     247,386,000  ..............
Park Protection.................................................     368,698,000     368,698,000  ..............
Facility Maintenance and Operations.............................     705,220,000     703,013,000      -2,207,000
Park Support....................................................     441,854,000     441,854,000  ..............
External Administrative Costs...................................     155,530,000     155,530,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Operation of the National Park System..............   2,266,016,000   2,261,309,000     -4,707,0000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Resource Stewardship.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $344,828,000 for resource stewardship, a 
reduction of $2,500,000 below the budget request. Changes to 
the request include a reduction of $2,000,000 to the climate 
impacts initiative, leaving a total of $8,000,000. While the 
Committee is fully supportive of the need to address the 
effects of climate change, the Service has not provided enough 
specific detail to justify the full expenditure of funds. As 
the appropriations process continues, the Committee welcomes 
the opportunity for further discussion with the Service. There 
is an additional reduction of $500,000 to the ocean and coastal 
resource stewardship initiative, leaving a total of $2,000,000. 
As proposed, the Service would expend $1,500,000 in staff 
salaries to implement a $1,000,000 program. The Committee 
strongly suggests the Service reevaluate that ratio.
    Visitor Services.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $247,386,000 for visitor services. This amount 
is fully commensurate with the budget request, but includes the 
following change in how funding is allocated. The Committee 
directs that the interpretive renaissance plan be limited to 
$375,000 to undertake the web learning component, and that 
$1,000,000 be redirected toward the establishment of a pilot 
program for the teaching of American history and civics in the 
National Parks. The Service should work cooperatively with the 
Department of Education in developing curriculum and facilitate 
the process of bringing nationally renowned scholars to 
historically significant Park units to instruct students and 
teachers at the sites where many of the Nation's most important 
events occurred. The Committee expects to receive a report on 
the status of this pilot program within 90 days after the 
enactment of this act. Within the request, $5,000,000 has been 
provided for the youth internship program, part of the 
department's 21st Century Youth Conservation Corps Initiative. 
The Committee applauds the Secretary's efforts to proactively 
reach out to high school and college-age youth and introduce 
those students to careers in cultural and natural resource 
management.
    Park Protection.--The Committee recommends an appropriation 
of $368,698,000 for park protection activities. This amount is 
fully commensurate with the budget request. Included in the 
request and the amount provided is $102,647,000 for operations 
of the U.S. Park Police, an increase of $5,000,000 over the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level. This increase will allow the 
Service to achieve the target of 630 sworn officers, as well as 
implement the Inspector General recommendations on 
administrative reforms. In addition, the Committee notes that 
the budget request has retained $3,300,000 in base funding 
provided in the fiscal year 2009 Interior appropriations bill 
for the Service's contribution of an expanded law enforcement 
effort to eradicate illegal drug operations on Service lands. 
Marijuana cultivation on public and tribal land in California 
and other Western States is significant. These illegal 
activities are being carried out by foreign drug trafficking 
organizations using armed, illegal aliens to grow and tend 
these gardens. This activity creates safety concerns for 
visitors, employees, and residents, and causes significant 
damage to natural resources. The Service is directed to report 
semi-annually on the progress being made in this area.
    Facility Maintenance and Operations.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $703,013,000 for facility 
maintenance and operations, a reduction of $2,207,000 below the 
budget request. The change to the request is a reduction of 
$2,207,000 in facility maintenance for emergency storm damage 
preparedness. The Committee notes that an increase of 
$1,000,000 for this activity is provided for under the 
Construction account, which is where this line item is properly 
carried.
    Park Support.--The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$441,854,000 for park support activities. This amount is fully 
commensurate with the budget request.
    External Administrative Costs.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $155,530,000 for external administrative 
costs. This amount is fully commensurate with the budget 
request.
    Mojave National Preserve Water Rights.--The Committee is 
concerned with a 99-year lease agreement announced in September 
2008 by Cadiz, Inc. and the Arizona & California Railroad 
Company, which purports to allow Cadiz to utilize a portion of 
the railroad's right-of-way for an underground water conveyance 
pipeline. The Committee is aware of a recent Federal court 
decision clarifying that rights of way such as this one granted 
under the 1875 General Railroad Right of Way Act are limited to 
uses for railroad purposes. Home on the Range v. AT&T Corp., 
386 F. Supp. 2d 999 (S.D. Ind. 2005) (rejecting 96 ID 439-445, 
M-3694 (1989)). Accordingly, the Committee believes that the 
conveyance of water is not within the scope of the easement 
granted to the Arizona & California Railroad Company, and has 
included bill language in section 109 directing the Department 
of the Interior to consider the decision and analysis in Home 
on the Range in determining whether the contract with Cadiz 
exceeds the rights granted to the Railroad under its Right of 
Way. The provision also retains language limiting funding for 
any proposal to approve specified rights-of-way or similar 
authorizations on the Mojave National Preserve or lands managed 
by the Needles Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management.
    Theodore Roosevelt National Park.--The Committee recognizes 
that there is a significant elk overpopulation problem at the 
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota. The Committee 
is nevertheless concerned that the National Park Service has 
spent years and hundreds of thousands of dollars considering a 
number of proposed solutions that are not protective of U.S. 
taxpayer dollars and are lacking in common sense. The Committee 
has therefore included language in section 119 which 
effectively directs the National Park Service to allow licensed 
North Dakota hunters to be deputized and to volunteer to cull 
the elk population in the Park. Each volunteer shall also be 
authorized to keep the meat of the elk he or she has culled. 
The approach has been used successfully at Grand Teton National 
Park and the Committee is therefore directing the Secretary of 
the Interior to follow the same common-sense approach to the 
elk overpopulation at the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. As 
at Grand Teton, each volunteer would be allowed to cull a 
single elk and to keep its meat, and the Secretary would have 
the discretion to select as many volunteers as necessary to 
sufficiently cull the elk overpopulation at the Park. Section 
119 does not impinge on the authority of the National Park 
Service to test culled elk for chronic wasting disease, and the 
provision applies only to the Theodore Roosevelt National Park 
and to no other national parks.
    Point Reyes National Seashore.--The Committee has included 
language in section 120 of the of the bill which directs the 
Secretary of the Interior to extend the existing authorization 
of Drake's Bay Oyster Company for a period of 10 years from 
November 30, 2012. The Committee understands that the National 
Academy of Sciences [NAS] is producing a report expected in 
fall 2009 that may address best management practices for 
oystering operations, control and eradication of tunicate 
Didemnum, and minimization of disturbance to marine mammals. 
The Committee directs the Service to provide a report, no later 
than 60 days after the NAS study is made public, identifying 
any further research required to better manage the oystering 
maritime operations sustainably and economically within the 
Estero ecosystem. Further, the Committee directs the Service, 
within 60 days of enactment of this act, to prepare a report on 
the remaining 6,251 acres of potential wilderness (see November 
18, 1999, page 63057 Notice of Designation of Potential 
Wilderness, Point Reyes National Seashore.)
    Sequoia National Park.--The Committee is aware that the 
Department of the Interior has been negotiating the renewal 
terms of a special use permit for the Kaweah hydroelectric 
project inside Sequoia National Park. Initial proposals from 
the department would have resulted in a 2,545 percent fee 
increase to the operator. The Committee finds that situation 
unacceptable. As such, the Committee directs the department to 
continue its negotiations in an effort to reach a fair, cost-
effective agreement for the terms of a 10-year special use 
permit.
    Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park.--The 
Committee directs that $250,000 shall be made available to 
undertake the preparation of the Paterson Great Falls NHP 
general management plan.

                    park partnership project grants

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     $25,000,000
House allowance.........................................      25,000,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee has not recommended funding for Park 
Partnership Project Grants, as proposed in the budget request. 
While the Committee is aware that similar funding was provided 
in the fiscal year 2008 appropriation, two intervening factors 
have substantially altered the fiscal landscape. First, 
Congress recently provided the Service with $735,000,000 
through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Clearly, 
not all of the funds provided in the Recovery Act will be, or 
could be, used for the type of projects that would otherwise be 
proposed through this appropriation, but a substantial amount 
of Recovery Act funding will be used for precisely this type of 
project. Secondly, the Committee notes that for the last 3 
years, the Service has carried an average unobligated balance 
in the Recreation Fee program of approximately $270,000,000 per 
year. Indeed, the current unobligated balance is $255,000,000. 
The Committee believes that, before further funds are provided 
for park-specific projects, Recovery Act funds and Recreation 
Fee funds must be fully utilized.

                  NATIONAL RECREATION AND PRESERVATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $59,684,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      53,908,000
House allowance.........................................      59,386,000
Committee recommendation................................      67,438,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$67,438,000 for the National Recreation and Preservation 
account. This amount is $7,754,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
level and $13,530,000 above the budget request. The following 
table provides a comparison of the budget estimate and the 
Committee's recommendation in the major programmatic areas. 
Changes to the request are detailed following the table.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     Committee
                                                                  Budget request  recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Recreation programs.............................................        $591,000        $591,000  ..............
Natural programs................................................      10,713,000      10,713,000  ..............
Cultural programs...............................................      23,026,000      26,026,000     +$3,000,000
Environmental compliance........................................         434,000         434,000  ..............
Grants administration...........................................       1,753,000       1,753,000  ..............
International park affairs......................................       1,655,000       1,655,000  ..............
Heritage Area partnerships......................................      15,736,000      17,741,000      +2,005,000
Preserve America................................................  ..............       3,175,000      +3,175,000
Statutory or contractual aid....................................  ..............       5,350,000      +5,350,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, National Recreation and Preservation...............      53,908,000      67,438,000     +13,530,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Cultural Programs.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $26,026,000 for cultural programs, an increase 
of $3,000,000 over the budget request. The increase is for 
additional grants as authorized by Public Law 109-441, the 
Japanese American Confinement Site grant program.
    Heritage Area Partnership Program.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $17,741,000 for the heritage 
area program, an increase of $2,005,000 over the budget 
request. This level of funding would allow the Service to 
continue funding established Heritage Areas at the current 
enacted level; provide base funding for those authorized Areas 
without an approved management plan; and provide a small 
increase for those Areas that have had their management plan 
approved during the past year.
    Preserve America.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $3,175,000 for the Preserve America program. 
The Committee has provided this funding under the National 
Recreation and Preservation account instead of under the 
Historic Preservation Fund account as proposed. As noted in the 
request, the Preserve America program is focused on heritage 
tourism and the Committee believes that such activities are 
more properly accounted for under this heading.
    Statutory or Contractual Aid.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $5,350,000 for the statutory or contractual 
aid program, an increase of $5,350,000 above the budget 
request. These funds are allocated to the following 
organizations for the purpose of operating, managing and 
preserving resources as authorized by law. The Committee 
directs that funding for the Hudson-Champlain Quadricentennial 
be divided equally between the qualifying entities.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
 State                        Project                           Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    CA Angel Island Immigration Station (Public Law 109-    $1,000,000
        119)
MD, VA Chesapeake Bay Gateways (Public Law 107-308)          1,000,000
VT, NY Hudson-Champlain Quadricentennial (Public Law 110-      750,000
        229)
    NH Lamprey Wild & Scenic River (Public Law 90-542)         200,000
    HI National Tropical Botanical Garden (Public Law 111-     500,000
        11)
    HI Native Hawaiian Culture & Arts program (Public Law      500,000
        99-498)
    DC Sewall-Belmont House (Public Law 99-498)              1,000,000
    CA Yosemite schools (Public Law 109-131)                   400,000
                                                          --------------
             Total                                           5,350,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       HISTORIC PRESERVATION FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $69,500,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      15,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      77,675,000
House allowance.........................................      91,675,000
Committee recommendation................................      74,500,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$74,500,000 for the Historic Preservation Fund account. This 
amount is $5,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 non-emergency 
level and $3,175,000 below the budget request. The following 
table provides a comparison of the budget estimate and the 
Committee's recommendations in the major programmatic areas. 
Changes to the request are detailed below.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Grants to States................................................     $46,500,000     $46,500,000  ..............
Grants to tribes................................................       8,000,000       8,000,000  ..............
Save America's Treasures........................................      20,000,000      20,000,000  ..............
Preserve America................................................       3,175,000  ..............     -$3,175,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Historic Preservation Fund.........................      77,675,000      74,500,000      -3,175,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Save America's Treasures.--As in past years, the Committee 
has been virtually overwhelmed with funding requests, both in 
terms of the number of requests submitted and the dollar value 
of the projects requested. The Committee believes that this 
attests to the widespread national support that this program 
has garnered. The fundamental purpose of Save America's 
Treasures grants is for the preservation and restoration of 
important heritage and historical resources. As such, the 
Committee recommends the following allocations be made:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
State                      Project                           Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   AL Swayne Hall, Talladega                                  $500,000
   CA Mission Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara                     650,000
   FL Freedom Tower, Miami                                     500,000
   IA Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines                        200,000
   KS Colonial Fox Theater, Pittsburg                          500,000
   MI Big Sable Lighthouse, Luddington                         100,000
   MS Madison County Courthouse                                500,000
   MS Medgar Evers site, Jackson                               250,000
   NV Lincoln County Courthouse, Pioche                        200,000
   NY Strand Theater, Plattsburgh                              200,000
   NY Richard Olmsted Complex, Buffalo                         200,000
   OR Wallowa County Courthouse, Enterprise                    200,000
   RI Warwick City Hall, Warwick                               350,000
   SD State Theater, Sioux Falls                               200,000
   TN Blount Mansion, Knoxville                                250,000
   WV Capitol Theater, Wheeling                                200,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total                                            5,000,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Preserve America.--The change to the request is a reduction 
of $3,175,000 for Preserve America grants from the Historic 
Preservation Fund. Funding for this program has been included 
under the ``National Recreation and Preservation'' account.

                              construction

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $233,158,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     589,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     205,991,000
House allowance.........................................     213,691,000
Committee recommendation................................     219,731,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$219,731,000 for the ``Construction'' account. This amount is 
$13,427,000 below the fiscal year 2009 non-emergency level, and 
$13,740,000 above the budget request. Changes to the request 
include an increase of $315,000 for Special Resource Studies, 
which will allow the Service to undertake the many worthwhile 
studies recently authorized in Public Law 111-11, including the 
Tule Lake Segregation Center study. In addition, there is an 
increase of $13,425,000 for line item construction. The 
following table provides details of the line item activity.

                   NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CONSTRUCTION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
State                       Park                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   AK Katmai National Park & Preserve (Brooks Camp)         $6,471,000
   AZ Chircahua National Monument (sewer system)             2,410,000
   AZ Grand Canyon National Park (employee housing)         16,890,000
   CA Golden Gate National Recreation Area                   4,000,000
       (Alcatraz)
   CA Manzanar National Historic Site (barracks                900,000
       reconstruction)
   CA Point Reyes National Seashore (dune habitat)           2,803,000
   CO Mesa Verde National Park (curation center)            11,675,000
   CO Mesa Verde National Park (visitor center)             10,500,000
   DC George Washington Memorial Parkway (Roosevelt          1,706,000
       Mem.)
   DC Rock Creek Park (Meridian Hill)                        3,844,000
   FL Everglades National Park (Mod. Waters)                 4,200,000
   GA Fort Pulaski National Monument (Cockspur               1,577,000
       lighthouse)
   IN George Rogers Clark National Historical Park           3,600,000
       (floodwall)
   MA New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park           1,500,000
       (Bourne bldg)
   MI Keweenaw National Historical Park (Quincy              1,000,000
       stabilization)
   MO Harry S Truman National Historical Site                1,018,000
       (Noland House)
   MT Glacier National Park (Many Glaciers)                  8,507,000
   NC Blue Ridge Parkway (retaining wall)                    2,728,000
  NJ, Delaware Water Gap Nat'l Rec Area (hazardous           2,234,000
   PA  structures)
   PA Delaware Water Gap Nat'l Rec Area (Childs              3,048,000
       Park)
   PA Flight 93 National Memorial (memorial)                   725,000
   TN Great Smoky Mountains National Park (curation          1,500,000
       center)
   TN Great Smoky Mountains National Park                    1,940,000
       (wastewater facilities)
   UT Utah Public Lands Artifacts Act (facilities)           1,000,000
   WA Olympic National Park (Elwha)                         20,000,000
   WV Harpers Ferry National Historical Park                   675,000
       (Allstadt; fire systems)
   WV New River Gorge National River (Camp                     625,000
       Brookside)
   WY Grand Teton National Park (housing)                   13,174,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total                                          130,250,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The funding for wastewater projects in the Great Smoky 
Mountains National Park shall be allocated as follows: 
$1,600,000 for the Tremont project and $340,000 for the Cosby 
project.

                    land and water conservation fund


                              (RESCISSION)

Appropriations, 2009....................................    -$30,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     -30,000,000
House allowance.........................................     -30,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     -30,000,000

    The Committee recommends a rescission of $30,000,000 in 
annual contract authority provided by 16 U.S.C. 460l-10a. This 
authority has not been used in recent years and there are no 
plans to use it in fiscal year 2010.

                 land acquisition and state assistance

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $64,190,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      98,000,000
House allowance.........................................     113,222,000
Committee recommendation................................     118,586,000

    The Committee recommends $118,586,000 for land acquisition 
and State assistance, an increase of $20,586,000 above the 
budget request and $54,396,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level.
    The Committee recommends the following distribution of 
funds:

       NATIONAL PARK SERVICE LAND ACQUISITION AND STATE ASSISTANCE
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
 State                       Project                      recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
    AL Little River Canyon National Preserve                $1,500,000
AR, OK Fort Smith National Historic Site                       362,000
    AZ Petrified Forest National Park                        4,575,000
    CA Golden Gate National Recreation Area--Rancho          6,000,000
        Corral de Tierra
    CA Mojave National Preserve, Joshua Tree NP, Death       1,000,000
        Valley NP
    CA Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area       2,000,000
    GA Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area          3,100,000
    KY Cumberland Gap National Historical Park               1,150,000
    MI Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore                1,000,000
    MO Harry S Truman National Historic Site                 1,300,000
    MS Natchez National Historical Park                        264,000
 Multi Civil War Battlefield Preservation Grants             4,000,000
    NC Guilford Courthouse National Military Park              880,000
NC, VA Blue Ridge Parkway                                    1,250,000
    NH Appalachian National Scenic Trail                     1,375,000
    OH Cuyahoga Valley National Park                         4,000,000
    PA Appalachian National Scenic Trail                     1,820,000
    SC Congaree National Park                                2,690,000
    TN Shiloh National Military Park                           250,000
    TX Big Thicket National Preserve                         5,000,000
    TX Fort Davis National Historic Site                       500,000
    TX Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Site          4,120,000
    VA Prince William Forest Park                              425,000
    VI Virgin Islands National Park                          3,250,000
    VT Appalachian National Scenic Trail                       625,000
    WA Mt. Rainier National Park                             2,150,000
    WA Olympic National Park                                 3,000,000
    WA San Juan Islands National Historic Park               6,000,000
    WV Gauley River National Recreation Area                   500,000
    WV New River Gorge National River                          500,000
                                                       -----------------
             Subtotal, Line Item Projects                   64,586,000
                                                       =================
       Acquisition Management                               10,000,000
       Emergencies and Hardship                              3,000,000
       Inholdings and Exchanges                              6,000,000
                                                       -----------------
             Subtotal, Land Acquisition                     83,586,000
                                                       =================
       State Conservation Grants                            32,000,000
       State Conservation Grant Administration               3,000,000
                                                       -----------------
             Subtotal, State Assistance                     35,000,000
                                                       =================
             Total, Land Acquisition                       118,586,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The amount provided for the Virgin Islands National Park is 
to be divided $2,250,000 for the Maho Bay project and 
$1,000,000 for the Hawksnest Bay property.

                          ENERGY AND MINERALS


                         U.S. Geological Survey

    Established in 1879, the U.S. Geological Survey [USGS] 
serves as the Earth and natural science research bureau for the 
Department of the Interior and is the only integrated natural 
resources research bureau in the Federal Government. The Survey 
conducts research, monitoring, and assessments to contribute to 
understanding America's lands, water, and biological resources. 
Its research and data products support the Department's 
resource and land management needs and also provide the water, 
biological, energy, and mineral resources information needed by 
other Federal, State, tribal, and local government agencies to 
guide planning, management, and regulatory programs. More than 
9,000 scientists, technicians, and support staff of the USGS 
are located in nearly 400 offices in every State and in several 
foreign countries throughout the world. The USGS leverages its 
resources and expertise in partnership with more than 2,000 
agencies of Federal, State, local, and tribal governments; the 
academic community; non-governmental organizations; and the 
private sector.

                 SURVEYS, INVESTIGATIONS, AND RESEARCH

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $1,043,803,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     140,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,097,844,000
House allowance.........................................   1,105,744,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,104,340,000

    The Committee recommends $1,104,340,000 for the U.S. 
Geological Survey for surveys, investigations and research, an 
increase of $60,537,000 above the fiscal year 2009 non-
emergency funding level and $6,496,000 above the budget 
request.
    Geographic Research, Investigations, and Remote Sensing.--
The Committee recommends $143,940,000 for geographic research, 
investigations and remote sensing activities, the same amount 
as the budget request. In agreement with the request, the 
Committee has accepted the administration's proposal to return 
the national geospatial program and funding of $68,001,000 to 
this activity from the enterprise information activity. Both 
the budget request and the Committee recommendation include a 
program increase above the current year enacted level of 
$300,000 for a biofuels initiative.
    Geologic Hazards, Processes, and Research.--The Committee 
recommends $247,881,000 for geologic hazards, resources and 
processes, an increase of $900,000 above the budget request. 
The Committee has included an amount of $250,000 to initiate 
and support a cooperative partnership between the University of 
Hawaii-Manoa and the USGS Hawaii Volcano Observatory. The 
agreement is intended to formalize the collaborative 
relationship that has been established between the two entities 
for monitoring, hazards assessments and other research in an 
area of highly active volcanoes. An amount of $650,000 has been 
included to continue the Nye County, Nevada minerals assessment 
project that was initiated last year. The budget request and 
the Committee's recommendation include increases above the 
enacted level of $1,000,000 to expand extended continental 
shelf studies, and $1,475,000 for wind, solar, geothermal, and 
biofuels research.
    Water Resources Investigations.--The Committee recommends 
$231,027,000 for water resources investigations, an increase of 
$3,146,000 above the budget request. Additional funds are 
provided for the following: $900,000 to continue the San Diego, 
California Formation mapping project; $500,000 to continue 
United States-Mexico transboundary aquifer assessments; 
$400,000 to continue the Survey's participation in the work of 
the Long-term Estuary Assessment Group, Louisiana; $346,000 
above the $154,000 included in the budget proposal to provide a 
total of $500,000 for monitoring activities and toxic studies 
in the Lake Champlain Basin; $500,000 for a water resources 
assessment of Maryland's Coastal Plain and Piedmont aquifer 
systems; and $500,000 to continue well monitoring and other 
water resources assessments in Hawaii. The budget request and 
the Committee's recommendation include increases above the 
enacted level of $5,000,000 to enhance the National Streamgage 
Network, and $200,000 for research on the environmental effects 
of biofuels development.
    Biological Research.--The Committee recommends an amount of 
$202,724,000 for biological research, an increase of $3,450,000 
above the budget request. Changes to the budget request include 
programmatic increases of $750,000 for general genetics and 
genomic research, $600,000 for tropical ecosystems and 
watershed health research, and $750,000 for the National 
Biological Information Infrastructure [NBII]. The increase in 
funding for the NBII is intended to support work in the highest 
priority areas of invasive species, pollinators, and protected 
area information. The NBII has sustained a series of budget 
reductions in recent years, which the Committee has attempted 
to partially address with this increase. Other increases above 
the request include $1,000,000 to continue San Francisco, 
California Salt Ponds monitoring and research, and $350,000 for 
the development and testing of protocols for monitoring 
invasive species, including zebra mussels, in the Columbia 
River Basin in collaboration with Washington State University 
and its partners. The budget request and the Committee's 
recommendation for biological research include the following 
increases above the current year enacted level: $4,200,000 for 
Arctic ecosystems research, $5,000,000 to provide additional 
support for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service climate change 
activities, $1,025,000 to study the effects of renewable energy 
sources on ecosystems and wildlife populations, and $2,000,000 
for the Cooperative Research Units.
    Enterprise Information.--The Committee recommends 
$44,969,000 for enterprise information activities, a decrease 
of $1,000,000 from the budget request. The Committee has 
provided $1,000,000 for the 21st Century Youth Conservation 
Corps Initiative rather than the $2,000,000 included in the 
budget proposal. In agreement with the budget request, the 
Committee has transferred $68,001,000 from enterprise 
information to the geographic research, investigations and 
remote sensing activity where it is more appropriately housed.
    Global Climate Change.--The Committee recommends 
$58,177,000 for global climate change activities, the same 
amount as the budget request. Increases above the current year 
enacted level include $5,000,000 for climate change science, 
$5,000,000 for the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science 
Center, and $7,000,000 to expand carbon sequestration research.
    As part of its Global Climate Change agenda the committee 
encourages USGS to consider pursuing research on sensitive 
landscapes which can offer early indications that foreshadow 
additional evaluation needs associated with climate change 
impacts. In particular, additional monitoring and observation 
of aquifers such as those in the High Plains Grass Lands may be 
useful and provide early indications of climate change and its 
impact on rangelands, agricultural lands and vegetation.
    Science Support.--The Committee recommends $69,225,000 for 
bureau operations, the same amount as the budget request.
    Facilities.--The Committee recommends $106,397,000 for the 
Survey's facilities program, the same amount as the budget 
request.

                      Minerals Management Service

    The Minerals Management Service oversees 1.76 billion acres 
of the Outer Continental Shelf [OCS], managing offshore energy 
and minerals while protecting the human, marine, and coastal 
environments through advanced science and technology research. 
The OCS provides 27 percent of oil and almost 14 percent of 
natural gas produced domestically, and sand used for coastal 
restoration. Also within MMS, the Minerals Revenue Management 
[MRM] program collects, accounts for, and disburses revenues 
from mineral leases on OCS, Federal, and American Indian lands. 
Through the work of MRM, MMS processes nearly $1,000,000,000 
mineral revenue transactions per month from more then 29,000 
producing leases, and it manages and distributes, on average, 
over $13,000,000,000 of mineral revenues collected annually.
    Since its inception in 1982, MMS has collected and 
distributed more than $200,000,000,000 in revenues from onshore 
and offshore lands. Over the past 5 years, disbursements have 
averaged over $13,000,000,000 per year. The MMS distribution of 
mineral revenues to the U.S. Treasury is one of the Federal 
Government's greatest sources of non-tax income.

                royalty and offshore minerals management

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $157,373,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     174,317,000
House allowance.........................................     174,317,000
Committee recommendation................................     175,217,000

    The Committee recommends $175,217,000 for royalty and 
offshore minerals management, which is an increase of 
$17,844,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$900,000 above the budget request. In addition, the Committee 
estimates $166,730,000 in offsetting collections, which is an 
increase of $20,000,000 above the previous year.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendation in the major 
programmatic areas.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                Committee
                                                          Budget estimate     recommendation         Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Offshore energy and minerals management................       $195,974,000       $196,874,000          +$900,000
Minerals revenue management............................         89,374,000         89,374,000  .................
General administration.................................         55,699,000         55,699,000  .................
Use of receipts........................................       -166,730,000       -166,730,000  .................
                                                        --------------------------------------------------------
      Total, royalty and offshore minerals management..        174,317,000        175,217,000           +900,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Changes to the 2009 enacted level include the addition of 
$6,520,000 to meet fixed cost increases and programmatic 
changes totaling $30,424,000. These increases are offset by the 
estimated increase in receipts of $20,000,000 over 2009. The 
fixed cost and programmatic increases are applied to the 
subactivities identified in the budget request.
    The program changes recommended by the Committee are the 
same as those included in the budget request with the addition 
of one ongoing program which the budget proposed for 
discontinuation. The Committee does not agree to eliminate 
funding for the Center for Marine Resources and Environment in 
Mississippi and provides $900,000 in 2010.
    The Committee recommendation provides full funding of the 
budget request for the following program increases: $9,160,000 
for the leasing and environmental program; $1,100,000 for the 
resource evaluation program; $2,300,000 for the regulatory 
program and $15,640,000 for renewable energy.

                           oil spill research

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $6,303,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       6,303,000
House allowance.........................................       6,303,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,303,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $6,303,000 for 
oil spill research, which is equal to the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the budget request.

          Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement

    The Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 
[OSM] was established in 1977 to oversee and carry out the 
requirements of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act 
[SMCRA] in concert with States and Indian tribes. OSM's primary 
objectives are to ensure coal mining activities are conducted 
in a manner that protects citizens and the environment during 
mining, ensure the land is properly reclaimed, and mitigate 
effects of past mining by reclaiming abandoned coal mines. OSM 
addresses its mission with a mix of grants to States and tribes 
to carry out their own regulatory and reclamation programs, and 
the administration of OSM's own regulatory and reclamation 
programs.
    The Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act Amendments 
of 2006 (Public Law 109-432) revised the mine reclamation fee 
distribution mechanism beginning in fiscal year 2008. State and 
tribal reclamation grants are now provided under mandatory 
appropriations instead of this bill.

                       regulation and technology

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $120,156,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     127,180,000
House allowance.........................................     127,280,000
Committee recommendation................................     127,180,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$127,180,000 for the regulation and technology account. This 
amount is $7,024,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and the 
same as the budget request.
    The Committee has included a $5,778,000 increase for State 
programs and $1,246,000 for fixed costs, as included in the 
request.
    A comparison of the Committee recommendation and the budget 
estimate follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental restoration....................................         $160,000         $160,000  ...............
Environmental protection.....................................       94,771,000       94,771,000  ...............
Technology development and transfer..........................       15,663,000       15,663,000  ...............
Financial management.........................................          516,000          516,000  ...............
Executive direction..........................................       16,070,000       16,070,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, regulation and technology....................      127,180,000      127,180,000  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
Civil penalties..............................................          100,000          100,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, regulation and technology.......................      127,280,000      127,280,000  ...............
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    ABANDONED MINE RECLAMATION FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $52,946,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      32,088,000
House allowance.........................................      32,088,000
Committee recommendation................................      39,588,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$39,588,000 for the abandoned mine reclamation fund. This 
amount is $13,358,000 below the 2009 enacted level and 
$7,500,000 over the budget request. There is an increase of 
$642,000 for fixed costs.
    The Committee rejects the proposal in the budget request to 
permanently discontinue funding for State emergency grants and 
Federal emergency projects. The SMCRA amendments did not 
provide a permanent source of funding for emergency programs, 
thus they must continue to be funded with discretionary 
appropriations. However, the Committee is aware that the 
emergency abandoned mine land account has a large unobligated 
balance. Therefore, the Committee recommends a reduction of 
$14,000,000 below the enacted level which should provide 
sufficient funding for fiscal year 2010.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendation in the major 
programmatic areas.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental restoration....................................      $12,864,000      $20,364,000      +$7,500,000
Technology development and transfer..........................        4,032,000        4,032,000  ...............
Financial management.........................................        6,961,000        6,961,000  ...............
Executive direction..........................................        8,231,000        8,231,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total..................................................       32,088,000       39,588,000       +7,500,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                             INDIAN AFFAIRS


                        Bureau of Indian Affairs

    The Bureau of Indian Affairs [BIA] was founded in 1824 to 
uphold a Government-to-government relationship between the 
Federal Government and tribal entities. The Federal Government 
retained trust responsibility for individual Indians and tribes 
as a result of formal treaties and agreements with Native 
Americans.
    The Bureau provides services directly or through contracts, 
grants, or compacts to a population of 1.5 million American 
Indians and Alaska Natives who are members of 562 federally 
recognized Indian tribes in the lower 48 States and Alaska. 
Programs administered by the BIA and Tribes include an 
education system for almost 48,000 elementary and secondary 
students; 28 tribal colleges, universities and post secondary 
schools; social services; natural resource management on 56 
million acres of trust land; economic development; law 
enforcement; administration of tribal courts; implementation of 
land and water claim settlements; replacement and repair of 
schools; repair and maintenance of roads and bridges; and 
repair of structural deficiencies on high hazard dams.

                      operation of indian programs


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,128,630,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      40,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,278,809,000
House allowance.........................................   2,300,099,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,309,322,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$2,309,322,000 for the ``Operation of Indian Programs'' 
account. This amount is $180,692,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
non-emergency level and $30,513,000 above the budget request. 
The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendations in the major 
programmatic areas.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                     TRIBAL BUDGET SYSTEM

Tribal Government............................................     $416,572,000     $418,572,000      +$2,000,000
Human Services...............................................      136,996,000      138,059,000       +1,063,000
Natural Resources Management.................................      160,768,000      161,618,000         +850,000
Real Estate Services.........................................      152,493,000      152,493,000  ...............
Education....................................................      796,300,000      797,900,000       +1,600,000
Public Safety and Justice....................................      303,855,000      328,855,000      +25,000,000
Community and Economic Development...........................       43,910,000       43,910,000  ...............
Executive Direction and Administrative Services..............      267,915,000      267,915,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Operation of Indian Programs....................    2,278,809,000    2,309,322,000      +30,513,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Tribal Government.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $418,572,000 for tribal government support. 
This amount is $2,000,000 above the budget request and includes 
an increase of that amount for contract support costs.
    Human Services.--The Committee recommends an appropriation 
of $138,059,000 for human services. This amount is $1,063,000 
above the budget request and includes an increase of that 
amount in the housing improvement program. The increase will 
restore the program to the fiscal year 2009 level, plus fixed 
costs.
    Natural Resources Management.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $161,618,000 for natural resources management. 
This amount is $850,000 above the budget request and includes 
an increase of that amount in the tribal management and 
development program, of which $350,000 is for the Upper 
Columbia United Tribes to comply with Federal resource 
management mandates, and $500,000 is for the Cheyenne River 
Sioux Tribe's prairie management program.
    Real Estate Services.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $152,493,000 for real estate services. This 
amount is commensurate with the budget request.
    Education.--The Committee recommends an appropriation of 
$797,900,000 for education programs. This amount is $1,600,000 
above the budget request and includes an increase of that 
amount in post secondary programs, of which $1,000,000 is a 
general program increase for Haskell and SIPI, the two Bureau-
operated colleges, and $600,000 is a general program increase 
for UTTC and NTC, the two tribally operated technical colleges. 
In both cases, the increases are to be divided proportionally 
between the respective schools. The Committee also notes that 
included in the overall appropriation for education programs is 
$50,000,000 of postsecondary school forward funding as 
requested by the Bureau.
    Public Safety and Justice.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $328,855,000 for public safety and justice. 
This amount is $25,000,000 above the budget request, and 
represents half of the $50,000,000 of additional funding the 
Committee is providing for increased law enforcement activities 
in Indian country. The Committee has provided language in the 
bill directing that these funds shall be for public safety and 
justice programs as authorized by the Emergency Fund for Indian 
Safety and Health, established by section 601 of Public Law 
110-293. It is the Committee's intent that these funds shall be 
made available to the Bureau and would be allocated as follows: 
$20,000,000 in law enforcement, of which $10,000,000 is for 
criminal investigations and police services; $5,000,000 is for 
detention and corrections; $1,000,000 is for law enforcement 
special initiatives; $1,000,000 is for additional training 
classes at the Indian Police Academy; and $3,000,000 is for 
program management. Additional changes include an increase of 
$5,000,000 for tribal courts. The Committee is providing these 
funds to augment the Bureau's planned increases in police 
officers, detention and correctional center officers, and other 
costs associated with training officers and housing offenders.
    The Committee notes that within the funds provided, 
$500,000 is being made available as requested for the Indian 
Police Academy's outreach initiative. The Academy is working to 
establish satellite training programs in conjunction with 
universities, including United Tribes Technical College in 
Bismarck, North Dakota. The Committee recognizes the high crime 
rate in Indian country and the need for more Indian law 
enforcement personnel. Sadly, less than 3,000 tribal and BIA 
officers patrol more than 56 million acres of Indian land. The 
Indian Police Academy graduates only 80 new officers each year 
and has an annual attrition rate of 47 percent. The Committee 
applauds the Bureau for taking this important first step in 
establishing increased training opportunities in areas closer 
to the duty stations of the officers being trained, and directs 
BIA to provide a strategy and timeline for boosting Indian law 
enforcement training, including the possible addition of a 
second police academy in the Northern Great Plains.
    Community and Economic Development.--The Committee 
recommends an appropriation of $43,910,000 for community and 
economic development. This amount is commensurate with the 
budget request.
    Executive Direction and Administrative Services.--The 
Committee recommends an appropriation of $267,915,000 for 
executive direction and administrative services. This amount is 
commensurate with the budget request.
    Other Matters.--The Committee is concerned with the rate of 
progress being made in addressing the management and funding 
deficiencies in the Wapato irrigation project, located near 
Yakima, Washington. The Committee notes a 2006 report by the 
Government Accountability Office which identified various 
concerns related to project management, deferred maintenance, 
and financial stability. The Committee directs the Bureau to 
report by January 1, 2010, on specific short term and long term 
actions necessary to alleviate these problems and a schedule 
for implementation.

                              construction


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $217,688,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     450,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     200,000,000
House allowance.........................................     200,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     225,000,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$225,000,000 for the ``Construction'' account. This amount is 
$7,312,000 above the fiscal year 2009 non-emergency level and 
$25,000,000 above the budget request. The following table 
provides a comparison of the budget estimate and the 
Committee's recommendations in the major programmatic areas.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Education....................................................     $112,994,000     $112,994,000  ...............
Public Safety and Justice....................................       39,407,000       64,407,000     +$25,000,000
Resources Management.........................................       38,385,000       38,385,000  ...............
General Administration.......................................        2,064,000        2,064,000  ...............
Construction Program Management..............................        7,150,000        7,150,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction....................................      200,000,000      225,000,000      +25,000,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Public Safety and Justice.--The Committee recommends an 
appropriation of $225,000,000. This amount is $25,000,000 above 
the budget request, and represents half of the $50,000,000 of 
additional funding the Committee is providing for increased law 
enforcement activities in Indian country. Changes to the 
request include an increase of $20,000,000 in facilities 
improvement and repair, and an increase of $5,000,000 in 
employee housing. The Committee believes that infrastructure 
investments are as important as increases in the number of 
police officers, and urges the Bureau to expedite the use of 
these construction dollars.

indian land and water claims settlements and miscellaneous payments to 
                                indians

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $21,627,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      47,380,000
House allowance.........................................      47,380,000
Committee recommendation................................      47,380,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$47,380,000 for the ``Indian Land and Water Claims 
Settlements'' and ``Miscellaneous Payments to Indians'' 
account. This amount is $25,753,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
level and equal to the budget request.

                     indian land consolidation, bia

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      $3,000,000
House allowance.........................................       3,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,000,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$3,000,000 for the Indian Land Consolidation program. This 
amount is $3,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level 
and equal to the budget request.

                 indian guaranteed loan program account

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $8,186,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       8,215,000
House allowance.........................................       8,215,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,215,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,215,000 for 
the Indian Guaranteed Loan Program account. This amount is 
$29,000 above the fiscal year 2009 non-emergency level and 
equal to the budget request.

                          Departmental Offices


                        Office of the Secretary


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $107,264,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     118,836,000
House allowance.........................................     118,836,000
Committee recommendation................................     118,836,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $118,836,000 
for the ``Office of the Secretary'' account. This amount is 
$11,572,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, and equal 
to the budget request.
    The Committee is concerned with the growing quagga mussel 
infestation in Western States and the Lower Colorado River, 
which poses a serious threat to Federal, State, and local 
natural resources and infrastructure. The Committee directs the 
Secretary to develop an Invasive Mussel Control Plan for both 
quagga and zebra mussels, and to provide the Committee a 
preliminary plan within 90 days and a final plan no later than 
180 days following enactment of this act.
    The Committee has provided bill language allowing the 
Secretary to make adjustments to prior year payments under the 
Payments In Lieu of Taxes program to account for corrected data 
that comes in from Federal agencies.

                            Insular Affairs

    The Office of Insular Affairs [OIA] was established on 
August 4, 1995 through Secretarial Order No. 3191, which also 
abolished the former Office of Territorial and International 
Affairs. OIA has administrative responsibility for coordinating 
Federal policy in the territories of American Samoa, Guam, the 
U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern 
Mariana Islands [CNMI], and oversight of Federal programs and 
funds in the freely associated states of the Federated States 
of Micronesia [FSM], the Republic of the Marshall Islands 
[RMI], and the Republic of Palau.
    Following the expiration of the first Compact of Free 
Association in 2003, a new Compact of Free Association was 
negotiated between the United States and the states of FSM and 
RMI. Under the Compact, the status of free association 
recognizes each Freely Associated State as a sovereign state 
with the capacity to conduct foreign affairs consistent with 
the terms of the Compact. The Compact places full 
responsibility for defense with the United States. The Compact 
also provides grant funds and Federal program assistance, 
principally through the Department of the Interior.

                       assistance to territories

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $78,665,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      81,077,000
House allowance.........................................      83,995,000
Committee recommendation................................      81,095,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$81,095,000 for assistance to territories. This amount is 
$2,430,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and $18,000 above 
the budget request.
    The amounts recommended by the Committee for assistance to 
territories compared to the request are shown in the following 
table:

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                                                                               Committee
                                                        Budget estimate     recommendation          Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Territorial assistance:
    Office of Insular Affairs.......................          $9,280,000          $9,280,000  ..................
    Technical assistance............................          11,000,000          11,018,000            +$18,000
    Maintenance assistance fund.....................           2,241,000           2,241,000  ..................
    Brown tree snake................................           2,631,000           2,631,000  ..................
    Insular management controls.....................           1,453,000           1,453,000  ..................
    Coral reef initiative...........................           1,000,000           1,000,000  ..................
    Waste and wastewater projects...................           1,000,000           1,000,000  ..................
    Guam infrastructure.............................           2,000,000           2,000,000  ..................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, territorial assistance..............          30,605,000          30,623,000             +18,000
                                                     ===========================================================
American Samoa: Operations grants...................          22,752,000          22,752,000  ..................
Northern Mariana Islands: Covenant grants...........          27,720,000          27,720,000  ..................
                                                     -----------------------------------------------------------
      Total, assistance to territories..............          81,077,000          81,095,000  ..................
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    American Samoa Operations Grants/American Samoa 
Construction.--The Committee recommends $22,752,000 for 
operations grants to American Samoa, which is equal to the 
budget request and the 2009 level.
    CNMI/Covenant Grants.--The Committee recommends $27,720,000 
for covenant grants, which is equal to the 2009 level and the 
request.

                      compact of free association

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $5,318,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       5,318,000
House allowance.........................................       5,318,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,318,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $5,318,000 for 
the ``Compact of Free Association'' account. This amount is the 
same as the 2009 appropriation and the budget request.
    The Committee has included a general provision in this act 
to extend the eligibility of the Republic of Palau to receive 
Federal aid for 1 year while a new Compact of Free Association 
is negotiated in with the United States.
    The amounts recommended by the Committee for the Compact of 
Free Association compared to the request are shown in the 
following table:

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                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
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Compact of Free Association--Federal services................       $2,818,000       $2,818,000  ...............
    Program grant assistance.................................        2,000,000        2,000,000  ...............
Enewetak support.............................................          500,000          500,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, Compact of Free Association.....................        5,318,000        5,318,000  ...............
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                        Office of the Solicitor


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $62,050,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      65,076,000
House allowance.........................................      65,076,000
Committee recommendation................................      65,076,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$65,076,000 for the Office of the Solicitor. This amount is 
$3,026,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the 
budget request.
    The increases are $2,026,000 for fixed costs and $1,000,000 
to continue the modernization of the Office begun in 2008 at 
the direction of the Committee.

                      Office of Inspector General


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $45,953,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      15,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      48,590,000
House allowance.........................................      48,590,000
Committee recommendation................................      48,590,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$48,590,000 for the Office of the Inspector General. This 
amount is $2,637,000 above the non-emergency enacted level and 
the same as the request. The increase consists of $1,437,000 
for fixed costs and $1,200,000 for technology updates and 
onshore minerals program oversight as requested by the 
administration.

             Office of Special Trustee for American Indians

    The Office of the Special Trustee for American Indians 
holds responsibility for approximately 56 million acres of 
land, with over 10 million acres belonging to individual 
Indians and 46 millions acres held in trust for Indian tribes.

                         FEDERAL TRUST PROGRAMS

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $181,648,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     185,984,000
House allowance.........................................     185,984,000
Committee recommendation................................     185,984,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $185,984,000 
for the ``Federal Trust Programs'' account. This amount is 
$4,336,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the 
budget request. The Committee notes that the recommendation 
includes a total appropriation of $56,536,000 for historical 
accounting activities.

                        Department-wide Programs


                        wildland fire management


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $859,453,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      65,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     974,780,000
House allowance.........................................     932,780,000
Committee recommendation................................     979,637,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$979,637,000 for wildland fire management. This amount is 
$120,184,000 above the comparable fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, and $4,857,000 above the budget request. Changes to the 
2009 enacted level include the addition of $10,578,000 to meet 
fixed cost increases and programmatic increases totaling 
$109,606,000 for wildfire suppression. Of the suppression 
increase, $75,000,000 is to be held in a contingency reserve 
until all other suppression funds are exhausted.
    The following table provides a comparison of the budget 
estimate and the Committee's recommendation in the major 
programmatic areas.

                                            WILDLAND FIRE MANAGEMENT
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                                                                                  Committee
                                                             Budget request    recommendation        Change
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Fire Preparedness.........................................      $285,452,000      $289,192,000       +$3,740,000
Suppression...............................................       369,797,000       369,797,000  ................
Other Operations:
    Hazardous Fuels Reduction.............................       205,089,000       206,206,000        +1,117,000
    Burned Area Rehabilitation............................        20,305,000        20,305,000  ................
        Rural Fire Assistance.............................         7,000,000         7,000,000  ................
        Fire Facilities...................................         6,137,000         6,137,000  ................
        Joint Fire Science................................         6,000,000         6,000,000  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Other Operations......................       244,531,000       245,648,000        +1,117,000
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
Suppression Contingency Reserve...........................        75,000,000        75,000,000  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland Fire Management.....................       974,780,000       979,637,000        +4,857,000
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    The Committee recommends funding fire preparedness at 
$289,192,000, an increase of $7,425,000 over the 2009 
appropriation level. The increase is for fixed costs. The 
Committee does not agree to offset the base budget with 
$3,740,000 in cuts as proposed in the budget request.
    Wildland fire suppression is funded at the 10-year average 
cost of $369,797,000, which is an increase of $34,606,000 over 
the 2009 appropriation and the same as the request.
    Hazardous fuels reduction is provided $206,206,000, an 
increase of $3,153,000 above the 2009 appropriation. The 
Committee does not agree to the proposed program cut of 
$1,117,000.
    Burned area rehabilitation is funded at the 2009 
appropriation and budget request level of $20,305,000.
    The Committee recommends funding for fire facilities, joint 
fire science, and rural fire assistance at the request level.
    The Committee continues to be disappointed that the Forest 
Service and Department of the Interior have failed to produce 
and deploy a fire preparedness planning tool to replace the 
systems that were in place until 2004. The Fire Program 
Analysis system has been repeatedly promoted by both agencies 
as the key to determining optimal staffing and budget levels 
for the past 5 years, yet the agencies have yet to produce a 
working system. It is imperative that both agencies expedite 
development of the system in order to justify further 
investment beyond the current fiscal year.

                       PAYMENTS IN LIEU OF TAXES

    On October 3, 2008, Congress enacted the Emergency Economic 
Stabilization Act of 2008, Public Law 110-343, which authorized 
counties to receive their full PILT entitlement from 2008 
through 2012. These funds are now available without further 
appropriation, and will amount to approximately $382,000,000 
for fiscal year 2010. The Committee has therefore not included 
discretionary funding in this account.

                    CENTRAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $10,148,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      10,175,000
House allowance.........................................      10,175,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,175,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $10,175,000 
for the central hazardous materials fund, which is $27,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, and equal to the 
budget request.

           NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND RESTORATION

    The mission of the natural resource damage assessment and 
restoration program is to restore natural resources injured as 
a result of oil spills or hazardous substance releases into the 
environment. As authorized in the Comprehensive Environmental 
Response, Compensation and Liability Act [CERCLA], the Clean 
Water Act, and the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, injuries to 
natural resources that the Department of the Interior manages 
or controls are assessed and appropriate restoration projects 
are identified. Recoveries from potentially responsible 
parties, either through negotiated settlements or legal 
actions, are used to finance restoration of the injured 
resources. The Restoration Program Office coordinates the 
various technical, scientific, legal, and economic aspects of 
this work, as well as the various departmental bureaus and 
offices involved.

                NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENT FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $6,338,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       6,462,000
House allowance.........................................       6,462,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,462,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$6,462,000 for the natural resource damage assessment fund. 
This amount is $124,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and 
equal to the budget request. The increase is for fixed costs.

                          WORKING CAPITAL FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $73,435,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      85,823,000
House allowance.........................................      75,823,000
Committee recommendation................................      85,823,000

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$85,823,000 for the Working Capital Fund. This amount is equal 
to the budget request and will allow the Department to remain 
on schedule with the deployment of the Financial and Business 
Management System.

                           General Provisions


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

    The Committee has included in title I of the bill, 
``General Provisions, Department of the Interior'', various 
legislative provisions affecting the Department. Several of 
these provisions have been carried in previous years and others 
are newly proposed this year. The provisions are:
    Sec. 101. Provides Secretarial authority for the intra-
bureau transfer of program funds for expenditures in cases of 
emergency when all other emergency funds are exhausted.
    Sec. 102. Provides for the Department-wide expenditure or 
transfer of funds by the Secretary in the event of actual or 
potential emergencies including forest fires, range fires, 
earthquakes, floods, volcanic eruptions, storms, oil spills, 
grasshopper and Mormon cricket outbreaks, and surface mine 
reclamation emergencies.
    Sec. 103. Provides for use of appropriated funds by the 
Secretary for contracts, rental cars and aircraft, certain 
library memberships, and certain telephone expenses.
    Sec. 104. Provides for the transfer of unobligated balances 
from the Bureau of Indian Affairs or the Office of Special 
Trustee for American Indians for expenditure or transfer for 
Indian trust management activities. It has been modified to 
prohibit transfers for the payment of litigation costs.
    Sec. 105. Permits the redistribution of tribal priority 
allocation and tribal base funds to alleviate funding 
inequities.
    Sec. 106. Continues a provision permitting the conveyance 
of the Twin Cities Research Center for the benefit of the 
National Wildlife Refuge System in Minnesota.
    Sec. 107. Allows the Secretary to use funds to pay private 
attorney fees and costs for employees and former employees of 
the Department for costs incurred as a result of Cobell v. 
Salazar.
    Sec. 108. Authorizes the acquisition of lands for the 
purpose of operating and maintaining facilities that support 
visitors to Ellis, Governors, and Liberty Islands.
    Sec. 109. Directs the Secretary of the Interior to make 
certain certifications with respect to existing rights-of-way. 
The section also retains a provision limiting funding for any 
proposal to approve specified rights-of-way or similar 
authorizations on the Mojave National Preserve or lands managed 
by the Needles Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management.
    Sec. 110. Authorizes the Secretary to enter into 
cooperative agreements where such agreements are in the 
interest of the Department of the Interior.
    Sec. 111. Provides the Department of the Interior with 
authority to collect civil and criminal penalties related to 
inspection, accounting, and payments for onshore and offshore 
solid mineral, geothermal, and alternative energy projects. 
This makes the penalties associated with coal, geothermal, and 
other mineral activities consistent with those applicable to 
oil and gas activities.
    Sec. 112. Prohibits the use of funds to reduce the number 
of Axis and Fallow deer at Point Reyes National Seashore.
    Sec. 113. Provides authority for the Minerals Management 
Service to receive offsetting collections for the costs of 
human and environmental safety inspections on off-shore oil and 
gas production facilities.
    Sec. 114. Extends the authorization for certain school 
payments at Yosemite National Park.
    Sec. 115. Amends the Northern Plains National Heritage Area 
Act by including a private property opt-out provision to 
clarify that private landowners will not have to include their 
land in the Northern Plains National Heritage Area in North 
Dakota.
    Sec. 116. Authorizes the Secretary of the Interior to enter 
into a joint ticketing agreement at the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial 
in Hawaii with certain nonprofit entities for the convenience 
of visitors.
    Sec. 117. Extends the authorization of certain payments to 
the Republic of Palau for fiscal year 2010.
    Sec. 118. Amends legislation relating to the Fort Baker 
complex at Golden Gate National Recreation Area to allow for 
concurrent jurisdiction. This change will allow the National 
Park Service to enhance its law enforcement and fire protection 
services.
    Sec. 119. Prohibits the use of fund to implement a plan to 
reduce the number of elk in Theodore Roosevelt National Park 
unless certain licensed residents are authorized to volunteer 
to cull elk and to retain and remove the carcass.
    Sec. 120. Directs the Secretary of the Interior to extend 
for 10 years beyond November 30, 2012, a reservation of use and 
occupancy and associated special use permit at the Point Reyes 
National Seashore.
    Sec. 121. Allows the Minerals Management Service to accept 
contributions to complete environmental clearances prior to 
energy exploration and production.
    Sec. 122. Authorizes the National Park Service to undertake 
a special resource study of the Honouliuli internment camp site 
in Hawaii.

                                TITLE II

                    ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                          Program Description

    The Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] was created 
through Executive Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1970, designed 
to consolidate certain Federal Government environmental 
activities into a single agency. The plan was submitted by the 
President to the Congress on July 8, 1970, and the Agency was 
established as an independent agency in the executive branch on 
December 2, 1970, by consolidating 15 components from 5 
departments and independent agencies.
    A description of EPA's pollution control programs by media 
follows:
    Air.--The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 authorize a 
national program of air pollution research, regulation, 
prevention, and enforcement activities.
    Water Quality.--The Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as 
amended, provides the framework for protection of the Nation's 
surface waters. The law recognizes that it is the primary 
responsibility of the States to prevent, reduce, and eliminate 
water pollution. The States determine the desired uses for 
their waters, set standards, identify current uses and, where 
uses are being impaired or threatened, develop plans for the 
protection or restoration of the designated use. They implement 
the plans through control programs such as permitting and 
enforcement, construction of municipal waste water treatment 
works, and nonpoint source control practices. The CWA also 
regulates discharge of dredge or fill material into waters of 
the United States, including wetlands.
    Drinking Water.--The Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974, as 
amended in 1996, charges EPA with the responsibility of 
implementing a program to assure that the Nation's public 
drinking water supplies are free of contamination that may pose 
a human health risk, and to protect and prevent the 
endangerment of ground water resources which serve as drinking 
water supplies.
    Hazardous Waste.--The Resource Conservation and Recovery 
Act of 1976 mandated EPA to develop a regulatory program to 
protect human health and the environment from improper 
hazardous waste disposal practices. The RCRA Program manages 
hazardous wastes from generation through disposal.
    EPA's responsibilities and authorities to manage hazardous 
waste were greatly expanded under the Hazardous and Solid Waste 
Amendments of 1984. Not only did the regulated universe of 
wastes and facilities dealing with hazardous waste increase 
significantly, but past mismanagement practices, in particular 
prior releases at inactive hazardous and solid waste management 
units, were to be identified and corrective action taken. The 
1984 amendments also authorized a regulatory and implementation 
program directed to owners and operators of underground storage 
tanks.
    Pesticides.--The objective of the Pesticide Program is to 
protect the public health and the environment from unreasonable 
risks while permitting the use of necessary pest control 
approaches. This objective is pursued by EPA under the Food 
Quality Protection Act, the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and 
Rodenticide Act and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act 
and the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act of 2003 through 
three principal means: (1) review of existing and new pesticide 
products; (2) enforcement of pesticide use rules; and (3) 
research and development to reinforce the ability to evaluate 
the risks and benefits of pesticides.
    Radiation.--The radiation program's major emphasis is to 
minimize the exposure of persons to ionizing radiation, whether 
from naturally occurring sources, from medical or industrial 
applications, nuclear power sources, or weapons development.
    Toxic Substances.--The Toxic Substances Control Act 
establishes a program to stimulate the development of adequate 
data on the effects of chemical substances on health and the 
environment, and institute control action for those chemicals 
which present an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the 
environment. The act's coverage affects more than 60,000 
chemicals currently in commerce, and all new chemicals.
    Multimedia.--Multimedia activities are designed to support 
programs where the problems, tools, and results are cross media 
and must be integrated to effect results. This integrated 
program encompasses the Agency's research, enforcement, and 
abatement activities.
    Superfund.--The Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 established a national 
program to protect public health and the environment from the 
threats posed by inactive hazardous waste sites and 
uncontrolled spills of hazardous substances. The original 
statute was amended by the Superfund Amendments and 
Reauthorization Act of 1986. Under these authorities, EPA 
manages a hazardous waste site cleanup program including 
emergency response and long-term remediation.
    Brownfields.--The Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 as amended by the Small 
Business Liability Relief and Brownfields Revitalization Act of 
2002 establishes a national program to assess, cleanup, and 
provide support to States, Tribes, local communities, and other 
stakeholders to work together to reuse Brownfields.
    Leaking Underground Storage Tanks.--The Superfund 
Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 established the 
leaking underground storage tank [LUST] trust fund to conduct 
corrective actions for releases from leaking underground 
storage tanks that contain petroleum or other hazardous 
substances. EPA implements the LUST response program primarily 
through cooperative agreements with the States.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee recommends $10,196,736,000 for the 
Environmental Protection Agency, a decrease of $299,264,000 
from the request and increase of $2,551,062,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted, non-emergency level. The Committee 
proposes to offset this amount by rescinding $40,000,000 of 
prior-year balances and has included language to this effect in 
the Administrative Provisions section.

                         Science and Technology

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $790,051,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     842,349,000
House allowance.........................................     849,649,000
Committee recommendation................................     842,799,000

                          program description

    EPA's ``Science and technology'' account provides funding 
for the scientific knowledge and tools necessary to support 
decisions on preventing, regulating, and abating environmental 
pollution and to advance the base of understanding on 
environmental sciences. These efforts are conducted through 
contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements with 
universities, industries, other private commercial firms, 
nonprofit organizations, State and local governments, and 
Federal agencies, as well as through work performed at EPA's 
laboratories and various field stations and field offices. In 
addition, Hazardous Substance Superfund Trust Fund resources 
are transferred to this account directly from the Hazardous 
Substance Superfund.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $842,799,000 for science and 
technology programs, an increase of $450,000 above the request 
and an increase of $52,748,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level.
    Consistent with the budget request, the Committee 
recommends $26,834,000 be paid from the Hazardous Substance 
Superfund account to fund ongoing research activities 
authorized by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, as amended.
    The Committee's recommended changes to the budget request 
are detailed below.
    Homeland Security.--The Committee has included $18,726,000 
for the Water Security Initiative program, a decrease of 
$5,000,000 below the request. The Committee notes that this 
level represents a 25 percent increase in funding for the 
program over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. The 
recommendation fully funds the remaining two Water Security 
utility pilot projects, bringing the total to five pilot 
projects, and provides a $2,000,000 increase above the enacted 
level for related monitoring, evaluation and research 
activities.
    Research: Special Priorities.--The Committee has not agreed 
to the request to terminate funds for special priorities and 
has included $5,450,000 for extramural research grants to fund 
high-priority research by EPA partners on water quality and 
availability issues. These funds shall be awarded 
competitively. Priority should be given to partners that 
demonstrate a national scope for their programs.
    Air Toxics Research.--The Committee continues to be 
concerned about the effects that toxic substances found in air 
pollution have on human health and the environment, including 
public health impacts such as asthma and other respiratory 
diseases. The Committees urges the Agency to expand its air 
toxics research portfolio and encourages the Office of Research 
and Development to consider collaborations with institutions 
such as the Mickey Leland National Urban Air Toxics Research 
Center to further this research, as authorized by the Clean Air 
Act Amendments of 1990.
    Biocrude Research.--The Committee encourages the Agency to 
work with its partners to research the potential of producing 
biocrude from wastewater treatment plants that allow the 
production of renewable fuels through traditional petroleum 
refining techniques.
    Health Effects of Fuel Efficiency and Emission Reduction 
Efforts.--The Committee is aware that efforts to improve fuel 
efficiency and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will, in 
turn, require careful evaluation for potential consequences for 
human health and the environment. The Committee encourages the 
EPA to work with extramural research partners and explore ways 
to strengthen human health research and assessment efforts 
related to alternative fuels and emission reduction 
technologies.
    Impacts of Climate Change and Renewable Energy on Coastal 
Environments.--The Committee encourages the Agency to work in 
close collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy and its 
science laboratories to ensure that there is appropriate 
coordination in addressing climate change and renewable energy 
challenges that impact the Nation's waters and coastal 
environments.

                 Environmental Programs and Management

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,392,079,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,940,564,000
House allowance.........................................   3,022,054,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,878,780,000

                          program description

    The Agency's ``Environmental programs and management'' 
account includes the development of environmental standards; 
monitoring and surveillance of pollution conditions; direct 
Federal pollution control planning; technical assistance to 
pollution control agencies and organizations; preparation of 
environmental impact statements; enforcement and compliance 
assurance; and assistance to Federal agencies in complying with 
environmental standards and ensuring that their activities have 
minimal environmental impact. It provides personnel 
compensation, benefits, and travel and other administrative 
expenses for all agency programs except Hazardous Substance 
Superfund, LUST, Science and Technology, Oil Spill Response, 
and OIG.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee recommends $2,878,780,000 for environmental 
programs and management activities, a decrease of $61,784,000 
below the budget request and an increase of $486,701,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. Changes to the request are 
detailed below:
    Brownfields.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$23,904,000 for Brownfields program operations, a decrease of 
$1,350,000 below the request. The Committee has not agreed to 
the budget request to provide additional overhead related to 
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Public Law 111-5). 
The Committee notes that it has already provided $3,500,000 to 
the Agency for this purpose through that act.
    Climate Protection.--The Committee strongly supports the 
administration's efforts to increase climate protection 
programs and has provided the requested $111,634,000 for these 
activities. In particular, the Committee appreciates full 
funding of $17,005,000 to implement the Greenhouse Gas 
Reporting Rule, as required by Public Law 111-8. The Committee 
is aware that the Agency is working to finalize the rule but is 
likely to miss the statutory deadline of June 26, 2009 to 
promulgate the final rule. Data collected by this rule is 
essential to inform future climate policy, and the Committee 
directs the Agency to finalize the rule on a schedule that will 
ensure data collection can begin no later than January 1, 2010.
    Environmental Protection: Special Priorities.--The 
Committee has included $16,000,000 to fund high-priority 
environmental protection grants on a competitive basis. These 
funds shall be used for grants to organizations that fund 
technical assistance programs for water quality and 
availability issues, including helping water systems comply 
with Federal water quality standards. Priority shall be given 
to organizations whose activities demonstrate a national scope.
    Geographic Programs.--The Committee has provided 
$478,696,000 for Geographic Programs, a decrease of $72,434,000 
from the request. Changes to the budget request are as follows:
  --$400,000,000 for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, a 
        decrease of $75,000,000 below the request. The 
        Committee has agreed to consolidate and expand funding 
        for the Agency's Great Lakes National Program Office 
        and Great Lakes Legacy Act programs within this new 
        program-project. Additional details are provided below.
  --$6,000,000 to continue competitive grants to restore the 
        San Francisco Bay watershed, an increase of $1,000,000 
        above the request.
  --$3,000,000 to continue Lake Champlain restoration 
        activities, an increase of $1,566,000 above the 
        request.
    Information Exchange.--The Committee has agreed to the 
budget request and provided $131,825,000 for information 
exchange programs. As in prior years, the Committee directs the 
Agency to follow the statutory formula when allocating funds 
for environmental education activities.
    Legal/Science/Regulatory/Economic Review.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $126,231,000 for legal, science, 
regulatory and economic review programs, a general program 
decrease of $2,000,000 from the request.
    Operations and Administration.--The Committee recommends 
$509,895,000 for operations and administration programs, a 
$2,000,000 decrease from the request. The Agency is directed to 
take this decrease from the Financial Systems Modernization 
Project [FSMP]. The Committee notes that this will bring the 
total funding available for the FSMP to $19,500,000, a 38 
percent increase above the enacted level.
    Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.--To accomplish this 
initiative, the Committee has included bill language allowing 
EPA broad authority to transfer funding to or to establish 
interagency agreements with other Federal agencies, and to make 
grants to State and local governments, nonprofit organizations, 
and other relevant entities as appropriate. The Committee 
directs the Agency to maximize funding for on-the-ground 
restoration activities that achieve measurable results and to 
follow the recommendations of the Great Lakes Regional 
Collaboration Strategy. The Agency and its Federal partners are 
expected to limit overhead and to utilize non-Federal partners 
to accomplish restoration objectives where appropriate and 
cost-effective. EPA is also encouraged to work with non-Federal 
partners to determine appropriate matching requirements, 
including the use of in-kind matches.
    The Agency is expected to work with non-Federal 
stakeholders to develop a process for them to provide advice, 
guidance, and recommendations to ensure that EPA selects 
restoration projects for future fiscal years that reflect the 
highest priority needs. The Committee further directs the 
Agency to provide annual reports, starting on March 1, 2010 and 
continuing each year thereafter, which detail yearly program 
accomplishments and compare specific funding levels allocated 
for participating Federal agencies from fiscal year to fiscal 
year. The Committee expects EPA and its Federal partners to use 
the funding increase recommended for fiscal year 2010 to 
supplement, not supplant, base funding levels for Great Lakes 
programs, when compared to fiscal year 2009.
    Chemical Facility Risk Management.--The Committee is 
concerned by the findings of a recent Office of Inspector 
General report that the Agency has not inspected or audited 
more than half of the 493 chemical processing facilities 
identified by its Office of Emergency Management. In August 
2008, an explosion at one such high-risk facility, the Bayer 
CropScience pesticide manufacturing plant in Institute, West 
Virginia, fatally injured two employees and threatened a 
storage tank containing highly toxic methyl isocyanate, 
endangering the lives of area residents. Per the Inspector 
General's recommendations, the Committee expects the Agency to 
take additional steps to ensure that all high-risk chemical 
facilities are inspected for risk management and process safety 
compliance. The Committee believes these steps should include 
the development of inspection requirements to further 
prioritize its facilities inspections, the development of a 
system to track the Agency's progress in completing the 
required inspections and the implementation of additional 
management controls to identify facilities with regulated 
chemicals that have not filed risk management plans. The Agency 
is directed to provide a report to the Committee no later than 
90 days after enactment of this act outlining an action plan 
for improving its chemical facility risk management program, 
including current and future staffing and resource 
requirements.
    Mercury Monitoring.--The Committee remains concerned about 
the incidence of mercury pollution and encourages the Agency to 
continue its work with the National Atmospheric Deposition 
Program to coordinate an atmospheric monitoring network for 
mercury that includes Federal and State agencies and tribes.

                      Office of Inspector General

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $44,791,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      20,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      44,791,000
House allowance.........................................      44,791,000
Committee recommendation................................      44,791,000

                          program description

    The Office of Inspector General [OIG] provides audit, 
evaluation, and investigation products and advisory services to 
improve the performance and integrity of EPA programs and 
operations. The IG also holds the position of Inspector General 
for the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.
    Trust fund resources are transferred to this account 
directly from the Hazardous Substance Superfund.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee's recommendation includes $44,791,000 for the 
Office of the Inspector General, equal to the request. In 
addition, the Committee recommends a transfer of $9,975,000 
from the Hazardous Substances Superfund account equal to the 
request.

                        Buildings and Facilities

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $35,001,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      37,001,000
House allowance.........................................      35,001,000
Committee recommendation................................      35,001,000

                          program description

    The appropriation for buildings and facilities at EPA 
provides for the design and construction of EPA-owned 
facilities as well as for the repair, extension, alteration, 
and improvement of facilities utilized by the Agency. These 
funds correct unsafe conditions, protect health and safety of 
employees and Agency visitors, and prevent deterioration of 
structures and equipment.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee's recommendation provides $35,001,000 for the 
Agency's buildings and facilities program instead of 
$37,001,000 as proposed in the request. This amount is equal to 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level.

                     Hazardous Substance Superfund


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $1,285,025,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     600,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,308,541,000
House allowance.........................................   1,306,541,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,308,541,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    On October 17, 1986, Congress amended the Comprehensive 
Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 
[CERCLA] through the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization 
Act of 1986 [SARA]. SARA reauthorized and expanded the 
Hazardous Substance Superfund to address the problems of 
uncontrolled hazardous waste sites and spills. Specifically, 
the legislation mandates that EPA: (1) provide emergency 
response to hazardous waste spills; (2) take emergency action 
at hazardous waste sites that pose an imminent hazard to public 
health or environmentally sensitive ecosystems; (3) engage in 
long-term planning, remedial design, and construction to clean 
up hazardous waste sites where no financially viable 
responsible party can be found; (4) take enforcement actions to 
require responsible private and Federal parties to clean up 
hazardous waste sites; and (5) take enforcement actions to 
recover costs where the fund has been used for cleanup. Due to 
the site-specific nature of the Agency's Superfund program, 
site-specific travel is not considered part of the overall 
travel ceiling set for the Superfund account.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $1,308,541,000 for Hazardous 
Substance Superfund programs, equal to the budget request and 
$23,517,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted, non-emergency 
level.
    Libby Superfund Risk Assessment and Coordination.--The 
Committee believes that as part of the recently declared public 
health emergency in Libby, Montana the Agency must develop a 
clear process for identifying long-term health risks caused by 
Superfund site contamination. The Committee is concerned that 
cleanup efforts to date have not adequately removed visible 
vermiculite and known public health risks. The Committee also 
recognizes that full community involvement is a critical 
component for long-term cleanup activities. To address these 
concerns, the Agency is directed to coordinate with the 
Department of Health and Human Services to identify the 
asbestos exposure risks associated with cleanup activities in 
Libby and their impact on long-term health care needs for the 
community. The Agency shall provide a report to the Committee 
within 180 days of enactment that details: (1) currently known 
health risks; (2) the process used to determine a baseline risk 
assessment for adults and children in the community; and (3) 
cleanup activities that are planned while a Record of Decision 
is being developed.
    Rialto-Colton Basin in California.--The Committee continues 
to support the Agency's proposed listing of Rialto-Colton Basin 
in San Bernardino County, California to the National Priorities 
List to remediate groundwater contamination, and is concerned 
about the delay in accomplishing this goal. The Agency is 
directed to report to the Committee within 60 days of enactment 
regarding the status of the proposed listing, the reasons for 
delay, and the timeline for issuing a final decision. The 
Committee also continues to encourage the Agency to issue water 
replacement orders against the parties responsible for 
trichloroethylene and perchlorate contamination of the 
groundwater basin to remain in effect until clean drinking 
water supplies are fully restored to the city of Rialto, city 
of Colton, West Valley Water District and the Fontana Water 
Company.
    Halaco Superfund Site.--The Committee is concerned that two 
dilapidated structures located on the current Halaco 
Engineering Company Co. Superfund site in Oxnard, California, 
pose a significant and immediate risk to public health and 
safety. The Committee understands that the property's owners 
have failed to comply with past orders to demolish or repair 
the buildings and notes that an EPA-retained structural 
engineer determined that the buildings are structurally unsafe 
and recommended that they be demolished as soon as possible. 
The Committee believes that the buildings must be demolished 
immediately and urges EPA to remove the buildings through an 
interim removal action while it completes required 
environmental analyses on the site.

              Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $112,577,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     200,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     113,101,000
House allowance.........................................     113,101,000
Committee recommendation................................     114,171,000

                          program description

    The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorizations Act of 1986 
[SARA] established the leaking underground storage tank [LUST] 
trust fund to conduct corrective actions for releases from 
leaking underground storage tanks containing petroleum and 
other hazardous substances. EPA implements the LUST program 
through State cooperative agreement grants which enable States 
to conduct corrective actions to protect human health and the 
environment, and through non-State entities including Indian 
tribes under section 8001 of RCRA. The trust fund is also used 
to enforce responsible parties to finance corrective actions 
and to recover expended funds used to clean up abandoned tanks.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee's recommendation provides $114,171,000 for 
leaking underground storage tank program activities, an 
increase of $1,070,000 above the budget request. The increase 
shall be used to restore leaking underground storage tank 
grants authorized by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level.

                           Oil Spill Response

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $17,687,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      18,379,000
House allowance.........................................      18,379,000
Committee recommendation................................      18,379,000

                          program description

    This appropriation, authorized by the Federal Water 
Pollution Control Act of 1987 and amended by the Oil Pollution 
Act of 1990, provides funds to prepare for and prevent releases 
of oil and other petroleum products into navigable waterways. 
EPA is also reimbursed for incident specific response costs 
through the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund, which pursuant to 
law is managed by the United States Coast Guard. EPA is 
responsible for: directing all cleanup and removal activities 
posing a threat to public health and the environment; 
conducting site inspections, including compelling responsible 
parties to undertake cleanup actions; reviewing containment 
plans at facilities; reviewing area contingency plans; pursuing 
cost recovery of fund-financed cleanups; and conducting 
research of oil cleanup techniques. Funds for this 
appropriation are provided through the Oil Spill Liability 
Trust Fund which is composed of fees and collections made 
through provisions of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, the 
Comprehensive Oil Pollution Liability and Compensation Act, the 
Deepwater Port Act of 1974, the Outer Continental Shelf Lands 
Act Amendments of 1978, and the Federal Water Pollution Control 
Act as amended.

                        committee recommendation

    The Committee recommends $18,379,000 for oil spill response 
and prevention activities, equal to the request.

                   State and Tribal Assistance Grants

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,968,464,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................   6,400,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   5,191,274,000
House allowance.........................................   5,215,446,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,954,274,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The ``State and tribal assistance grants'' account funds 
grants to support the State revolving fund programs; State, 
tribal, regional, and local environmental programs; and special 
projects to address critical water and waste water treatment 
needs.
    Included in this account are funds for the following 
infrastructure grant programs: Clean Water and Drinking Water 
State Revolving Funds; United States-Mexico Border Program; 
Alaska Native villages; and Brownfield State and Tribal 
Response program grants authorized by CERCLA section 128(a).
    It also contains the following categorical environmental 
grants, State/tribal program grants, and assistance and 
capacity building grants: (1) air resource assistance to State, 
regional, local, and tribal governments (secs. 105 and 103 of 
the Clean Air Act); (2) radon State and tribal grants; (3) 
water pollution control agency resource supplementation (sec. 
106 of the FWPCA); (4) BEACHS Protection grants (sec. 406 of 
FWPCA as amended); (5) nonpoint source (sec. 319 of the Federal 
Water Pollution Control Act); (6) wetlands State program 
development; (7) water quality cooperative agreements (sec. 
104(b)(3) of FWPCA); (8) targeted watershed grants; (9) 
wastewater operator training grants; (10) public water system 
supervision; (11) underground injection control; (12) drinking 
water program State homeland security coordination grants; (13) 
hazardous waste financial assistance; (14) Brownfields 
activities authorized by CERCLA section 104(k); (15) 
underground storage tanks; (16) pesticides program 
implementation; (17) lead grants; (18) toxic substances 
compliance; (19) pesticides enforcement; (20) the Environmental 
Information Exchange Network; (21) pollution prevention; (22) 
sector program; and (23) Indians general assistance grants.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $4,954,274,000 for State and 
tribal assistance grants, a decrease of $237,000,000 below the 
request and an increase of $1,985,810,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted, non-emergency level.
    Infrastructure Assistance.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes a total of $3,843,000,000 for infrastructure 
improvement programs, a decrease of $237,000,000 below the 
request and $1,969,391,000 above the enacted, non-emergency 
level.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $2,100,000,000 for 
the Clean Water State Revolving Fund program, a decrease of 
$300,000,000 from the request. That amount provides a 204 
percent increase for the program compared to the fiscal year 
2009 enacted, non-emergency level. The Committee also provides 
$1,387,000,000 for the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund 
program, a decrease of $113,000,000 below the request. These 
funding levels would bring the total amount appropriated to 
States for water and sewer improvements to more than 
$11,000,000,000 over the past 2 fiscal years.
    The Committee has also included language proposed by the 
administration to modify a number of provisions relating to the 
Clean and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund programs, 
including: (1) increasing the percentage of funds set aside for 
grants to Tribes from each Revolving Fund program to 2 percent; 
(2) increasing the percentage of funds set aside from each 
Revolving Fund program for grants to U.S. territories to 1.5 
percent; and (3) requiring 20 percent of the funds provided for 
the Revolving Funds be targeted to green infrastructure, water 
and energy efficiency and other environmentally innovative 
projects.
    In addition, the Committee's recommendation includes 
$150,000,000 to fund targeted infrastructure assistance grants 
not included in the budget request. These grants shall require 
a local match of 45 percent of the total project cost unless 
EPA grants a hardship waiver. Funds shall be distributed as 
follows:

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   State                  Project description                   Amount
------------------------------------------------------------------------
        AK City of Kodiak for water and sewer                 $300,000
            improvements
        AK City of Buckland for construction of a piped        500,000
            water and sewer system
        AK City of Homer for planning and design of a new      500,000
            drinking water system
        AK City of Soldotna for a water and wastewater         500,000
            improvements project
        AK Municipality of Skagway for a wastewater            300,000
            treatment facility expansion project
        AL Fayette County for the construction of a          6,000,000
            drinking water reservoir
        AL City of Brewton for a wastewater improvements       300,000
            project
        AR City of Forrest City for water infrastructure       300,000
            improvements
        AR City of Dardanelle for water treatment plant        300,000
            expansion
        AR Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority for water      300,000
            system improvements
        AR City of Warren for water infrastructure             300,000
            improvements
        AZ City of Safford for water infrastructure            300,000
            improvements
        CA City of Rialto for Inland Empire groundwater        300,000
            remediation and drinking water system
            improvements
        CA City of East Palo Alto for the East Palo Alto     1,000,000
            water supply improvement project
        CA City of Eureka for the Martin Slough              1,000,000
            inteceptor project
        CA City of Santa Monica for the Santa Monica         1,250,000
            water system reliability project
        CA Municipal Water Disctrict of Orange County for    1,000,000
            water supply improvements
        CA Shasta County for Elk Trail Water System          1,000,000
            Improvements
        CA City of Westminster for Stormwater System         1,000,000
            improvements
        CO City of Monte Vista for wastewater facility         300,000
            consolidation
        CO City of Rifle for drinking water                    300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        CT Town of East Lyme for drinking water system         300,000
            improvements
        CT City of Norwich for wastewater treatment            300,000
            facility improvements
        DE New Castle County for Turkey Run interceptor        300,000
            improvements
        DE Sussex County Council for the Johnson's Corner      300,000
            wastewater improvement project
        FL St. Johns River Water Management District for       300,000
            the East-Central Florida Integrated Water
            Resources Project
        FL City of Tampa for reclaimed water expansion         300,000
            project
        GA Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning           300,000
            District for watershed management and
            wastewater treatment projects
        GA City of Rome for construction of a new              300,000
            drinking water transmission main
        HI Maui County for Kaa Force main replacement        1,000,000
        HI Hawaii County for the Kapulena drinking water       739,750
            source development project
        HI County of Kauai for the Waimea Wastewater         1,000,000
            Treatment Plant expansion project
        HI Hawaii County for the Hawaii Ocean View             220,000
            Estates drinking water source development
            project
        HI Maui County for infrastructure improvements at    1,000,000
            the Kamole Water Treatment Plant
        IA City of Ottumwa for wastewater and stormwater       300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        IA City of Boone for wastewater and stormwater         300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        IA City of Clinton for construction of a new           300,000
            wastewater treatment facility
        IA City of Keokuk for a stormwater and sewer           300,000
            separation project
        ID Granite Reeder Water and Sewer District for         300,000
            construction of a sewage collection system
        ID City of American Falls for construction of a        300,000
            wastewater treatment facility
        IL City of Peoria for sewer and stormwater             300,000
            improvements
        IL Will County for Ridgewood water and wastewater      300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        IL City of Decatur for water infrastructure            250,000
            improvements
        IL City of Lexington for water infrastructure          100,000
            improvements
        IL Macoupin County for water infrastructure            250,000
            improvements
        IL City of Quincy for drinking water system            300,000
            improvement (reallocate fiscal year 2009
            project)
        IN City of Tipton for drinking water and               300,000
            wastewater infrastructure upgrades project
        KS City of Buhler for construction of an               600,000
            adsorption media drinking water treatment
            facility
        KS City of Russell for replacement of cast iron        400,000
            drinking water lines
        KS City of Junction City for construction of a         250,000
            drinking water project
        KS City of Marion for construction of a                150,000
            wastewater project
        KS Pottawatomie County for construction of a main      400,000
            pump wastewater station
        KS City of Iola for drinking water and wastewater      300,000
            pipe improvements project
        KY City of Vine Grove for construction of              840,000
            additional sewer lines
        KY City of Burgin for upgrades to the drinking         340,000
            water distribution system
        KY Fleming County for a sewer collection               620,000
            expansion project
        KY City of Eubank for a water line replacement         200,000
            project
        KY City of Franklin for a sewer line replacement       100,000
            project
        LA City of Lake Charles for wastewater system          300,000
            improvements
        LA City of Baton Rouge for East Baton Rouge            300,000
            Parish wastewater system improvements
        LA Lafayette Utilities System for drinking water       300,000
            and wastewater line relocations and upgrades
            project
        LA City of Grambling for drinking water system         300,000
            improvements
        MA Cities of New Bedford and Fall River for            300,000
            combined sewer overflow abatement in Bristol
            Coun-  ty
        MA City of Marlborough for infrastucture upgrades      300,000
            at the Westerly Wastewater Treatment Facil-
            ity
        MD City of Frostburg for combined sewer overflow       300,000
            improvements
MD, DC, VA Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, MD;      1,200,000
            Washington Area Sewer Authority; Fairfax
            County Public Works Department, VA
        ME City of Portland for a combined sewer overflow    1,250,000
            and storm water runoff improvements  project
        ME Limestone Water and Sewer District for design       550,000
            and construction of new wastewater pipes and
            pumping stations
        ME Town of Machias for a sewer extension               300,000
            construction project
        MI Oakland/Macomb County Drain Drainage District       300,000
            for interceptor improvements
        MI City of Port Huron for combined sewer overflow      300,000
            improvements
        MN City of St. Cloud for water infrastructure          300,000
            improvements
        MN City of Faribault for wastewater                    150,000
            infrastructure improvements
        MO City of Lee's Summit for a wastewater             1,500,000
            infrastructure improvements project
        MO City of New Haven for consolidation and             300,000
            replacement of wastewater pump stations
        MS Leflore County Board of Supervisors for a           143,000
            stormwater project
        MS Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians for             380,000
            rehabilitation of wastewater pump stations
        MS City of Batesville for design and construction      275,000
            of wastewater improvements projects
        MS Tunica County Utility District for                  400,000
            construction of a wastewater treatment
            facility
        MS Hinds County Board of Supervisors for planning      300,000
            and design of a centralized wastewater system
        MS City of Pearl for rehabilitation of wastewater      277,000
            gravity mains
        MS City of Ridgeland for construction of a new         200,000
            potable water well
        MS City of Carthage for a wastewater improvements      275,000
            and rehabilitation project
        MT Crow Tribe in Crow Agency for wastewater            300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        MT City of Bozeman for water treatment facility        500,000
            improvements
        MT Butte-Silver Bow Consolidated Government for        500,000
            drinking water improvements for the City of
            Butte
        MT City of Missoula for wastewater facility            200,000
            improvements
        NC Town of Ahoskie for wastewater system               300,000
            improvements
        NC Greenville Utilities Commission for                 300,000
            construction of a wastewater pumping station
        ND City of Valley City for drinking water system       400,000
            improvements
        ND City of Washburn for drinking water treatment       400,000
            facility upgrades
        ND Stutsman Rural Water District, Stutsman County      400,000
            for drinking water system improvements
        NE City of Plattsmouth for combined sewer            1,200,000
            overflow improvements
        NH City of Nashua for combined sewer overflow          300,000
            improvements
        NH City of Berlin for replacement and upgrades of      450,000
            water lines and mains
        NH City of Manchester for the Phase II combined        450,000
            sewer overflow abatement program
        NH City of Keene for a wastewater treatment            300,000
            facility upgrades project
        NH Conway Village Fire District for water and          300,000
            wastewater treatment extension project
        NH Town of Winchester for a wastewater treatment       300,000
            facility upgrades project
        NJ City of New Brunswick for water pumping             300,000
            station improvements
        NJ City of Orange Township for drinking water          300,000
            system improvements
        NJ City of Hackensack for the Clay Street area         300,000
            combined sewer overflow improvement project
        NJ City of Perth Amboy for drinking water              300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        NM City of Portales for wastewater treatment           300,000
            plant improvements
        NM City of Carlsbad for a water reuse project          300,000
        NV Las Vegas Paiute Tribe for water                    550,000
            infrastructure improvements
        NV City of Carson City for the Marlette-Hobart         350,000
            water system improvements
        NV City of Boulder City for water infrastructure       290,000
            improvements
        NV City of Fernley for a wastewater                    300,000
            infrastructure project
        NY Nassau County for Bay Park STP outfall project      300,000
        NY Saratoga Hospital in Saratoga, NY for water         300,000
            supply improvements
        OH City of Fremont for combined sewer overflow         500,000
            improvements
        OH Belmont County Commissioners for construction       400,000
            of sanitary sewer system
        OH Knox County for construction of wastewater          400,000
            collection and treatment system
        OH City of Fostoria for the planning, design and       500,000
            construction of a new sanitary pump station
            and force main
        OK City of Enid for planning, design and               300,000
            construction of a wastewater treatment plant
        OR Umatilla County for Milton-Freewater                300,000
            stormwater system improvements
        OR City of Vernonia wastewater system                  300,000
            improvements
        PA Allegheny County Sanitary Authority for the         225,000
            Three Rivers Wet Weather Demonstration Pro-
            gram
        PA Westmoreland County Industrial Development          300,000
            Corporation for wastewater infrastructure
            replacement
        PA Chester County Economic Development Council         225,000
            for the Upper Worthington Infrastructure
            Improvement Project
        PA City of Reading for expansion of wastewater         225,000
            infrastructure
        PA York City Sewer Authority for wastewater            225,000
            infrastructure
        RI City of Cranston for wastewater infrastructure      400,000
        RI Town of North Providence for storm water            400,000
            infrastructure improvements
        RI City of East Providence for drinking water          400,000
            infrastructure improvements
        RI City of Newport for water infrastructure            300,000
            improvements
        SC Laurens Commission of Public Works for              300,000
            construction of a pump station, water lines
            and water tank
        SD City of Elk Point for water and wastewater          400,000
            infrastructure improvements
        SD City of Lead for water and wastewater               400,000
            infrastructure improvements
        SD City of Rapid City for wastewater                   300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        SD Brant Lake Sanitary District for wastewater         400,000
            infrastructure improvements
        TN City of Tusculum for planning, design and           500,000
            construction of a wastewater treatment
            facility and collection system
        TN Henry County for construction of a drinking         500,000
            water system
        TN Dickson County Water Authority for                  250,000
            construction of a drinking water system
        TN Campbell County for construction of a               500,000
            connection between utility districts and a
            drinking water system
        TN Hancock County for a drinking water extension       500,000
            project
        TN City of Harrogate for sewer collection system       300,000
            improvements
        TX City of Nacogdoches for construction of two         500,000
            detention ponds
        TX City of Temple for construction of a                300,000
            wastewater main line and wastewater
            interceptor
        TX City of Lufkin for design and construction of       400,000
            drinking water infrastructure, storage and
            treatment capacity
        TX City of Beaumont for a sewer line                   400,000
            rehabilitation project
        TX City of Lubbock for a treated drinking water        200,000
            pipeline project
        TX City of Round Rock for planning, design and         300,000
            construction of a regional water supply sys-
            tem
        UT City of Taylorsville for stormwater                 500,000
            infrastructure improvements and upgrades
        UT Draper City for construction of a culinary          500,000
            reservoir
        UT City of Lindon for channel improvements in a        500,000
            stormwater detention and management area
        UT Clearfield City for a drinking water and            300,000
            wastewater improvements project
        UT South Salt Lake City for a waterline                300,000
            replacement project
        VA Caroline County for the Dawn Community              300,000
            Decentralized Wastewater System project
        VA Town of Onancock for wastewater treatment           300,000
            system improvements
        VT Village of Waterbury for wastewater system          825,000
            improvements
        VT Town of Guilford for drinking water system          375,000
            improvements
        VT Ferrisburgh Fire District #1 for water              300,000
            infrastructure improvements
        WA Whatcom County for stormwater system                300,000
            improvements
        WA City of Puyallap for wastewater pump and main       500,000
            force upgrades
        WA Cowlitz Public Utility District in Cowlitz          400,000
            County for replacement of wastewater
            infrastructure
        WI City of Janesville for wastewater treatment         400,000
            plant improvements
        WI Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District for        400,000
            the replacement of a central sewer system
        WI City of Waukesha Water Utility for drinking         400,000
            water system improvements
        WV Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission of        1,200,000
            organic detection system improvements
        WV Town of Moorefield for wastewater treatment       2,500,000
            facility upgrades
        WV Marshall County Sewerage District for               800,000
            wastewater infrastructure improvements
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee's recommendation includes an increase of 
$5,000,000 above the request for the Alaska Native Villages 
infrastructure assistance program, for a total of $15,000,000.
    The Committee has provided $101,000,000 for Brownfields 
project grants. The increase of $1,000,000 above the request 
shall be used to expand the Technical Assistance to Brownfields 
Community program. The Committee also concurs with the budget 
request and has provided $60,000,000 for the Diesel Emission 
Reduction Act grant program.
    The Committee recommends an increase of $20,000,000 above 
the request to fund targeted airshed grants to reduce air 
pollution in the Nation's most polluted air districts. Of these 
funds, $10,000,000 shall be divided equally between the San 
Joaquin Air Pollution Control District and South Coast Air 
Quality Management District in California. These funds shall be 
used to continue emission reduction activities in the 
transportation, agriculture, and ports sectors and shall be 
matched on at least a one-to-one basis. The remaining 
$10,000,000 shall be used for grants distributed on a 
competitive basis to nonattainment areas that EPA determines 
are ranked as the top five most polluted areas relative to 
annual ozone or particulate matter
2.5
 standards. To 
determine these areas, the Agency shall use the most recent 
design values calculated from validated air quality data. The 
Committee notes that these funds are available for emission 
reduction activities deemed necessary for compliance with 
national ambient air quality standards and included in a State 
Implementation Plan submitted to EPA.
    Categorical Grants.--The Committee recommends 
$1,111,274,000 for categorical grants, equal to the request.
    State and Local Air Quality Grants.--The Committee has not 
agreed to the request to change the authorities under which 
State and local air district grants are administered from 
section 103 to section 105 of the Clean Air Act, which require 
additional State and local matching funds.
    Rescission.--The Committee is aware that the Agency has 
large unobligated and unliquidated balances of prior-year State 
and Tribal Assistance Grants funds, including those identified 
by the Office of the Inspector General in its May 1, 2009 
report. The Committee believes the Agency should make every 
effort to reduce these balances and, accordingly, has included 
bill language in the Administrative Provisions section 
increasing the amount recommended for rescission to 
$40,000,000. Consistent with prior years, the Committee directs 
the Agency to take its first amounts from unobligated balances 
from the title II construction grants program, unobligated 
prior-year balances from State categorical grants and balances 
for special projects appropriated in fiscal year 2003 or 
earlier which have not been obligated on an approved grants as 
of the date of enactment of this bill. The Committee has also 
agreed to include language proposed in the budget request 
prohibiting the Agency from rescinding amounts designated by 
Congress as emergency funding.

                       Administrative Provisions


                    (INCLUDING RESCISSION OF FUNDS)

    As in prior years, the Committee has retained language, as 
proposed by the administration, relating to tribal programs and 
pesticide registration service fees. The Committee has included 
language relating to rescission of prior-year funds as part of 
the State and Tribal Assistance Grants appropriation rather 
than carrying the language as an administrative provision, as 
proposed in the budget request.
    As noted previously, the Committee has included modified 
bill language relating the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative 
that allows EPA to: (1) to transfer up to half of funds 
appropriated for the initiative through the Environmental 
Programs and Management account to other Federal agencies to 
facilitate restoration projects; (2) establish interagency 
agreements with other Federal agencies to facilitate 
restoration projects; and (3) to make grants to State and local 
government, nonprofit organizations and other relevant entities 
as appropriate.

                               TITLE III

                            RELATED AGENCIES

                       DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

                             Forest Service

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $5,297,658,000 for the Forest 
Service, an increase of $71,046,000 above the request and an 
increase of $551,864,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted, 
non-emergency level.
    Changes to the budget request are detailed below.

                     forest and rangeland research

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $296,380,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     300,612,000
House allowance.........................................     308,612,000
Committee recommendation................................     307,012,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    Forest and rangeland research and development carries out 
basic and applied scientific research to provide information 
and solutions to sustain the Nation's forests and rangelands. 
Research scientists collaborate with industry, non-governmental 
organizations, colleges and universities, State foresters, and 
other governmental agencies. The research program works on a 
number of issues that are critical to the mission of the Forest 
Service including fire and fuels; invasive species; forest 
inventory and analysis; vegetation and protection; wildlife and 
fish habitat; soil, water, and air resources; valuation of 
forests and grasslands; urban forests and the urban-wildland 
interface. Research is conducted at six research stations, the 
Forest Products Laboratory, and the International Institute of 
Tropical Forestry located in Puerto Rico, with approximately 
500 scientists and 67 sites located throughout the United 
States.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee's recommendation includes $307,012,000 for 
forest and rangeland research programs, an increase of 
$6,400,000 above the request and $10,632,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level.
    Base Program.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$240,073,000 for base research activities, an increase of 
$400,000 above the request.
    The Committee directs the increase of $400,000 above the 
request to fund the Center for Bottomlands Hardwood Research in 
Mississippi, for a total of $800,000. The Committee has agreed 
to the budget request to allocate $2,100,000 for the 
Northeastern States Research Cooperative program, including 
$900,000 each for the programs in the States of New Hampshire 
and Vermont and $300,000 for the program in the State of Maine.
    Forest Inventory and Analysis [FIA].--The Committee 
recommends a $5,000,000 general program increase above the 
request for the Forest Inventory and Analysis program. The 
Committee understands that this increase will enable the 
Service to add Hawaii, New Mexico, and Nevada to the national 
inventory and to establish intensive monitoring sites for the 
Service's experimental forests and other high-priority research 
sites across the Nation. The Committee notes that the expansion 
of the Service's FIA program will provide essential land use 
and ecosystem data required by the Service and other Federal 
and non-Federal partners to inform climate change decisions. 
Within 90 days of enactment, the Service is directed to provide 
a report detailing proposed FIA program accomplishments, 
including sites that have been selected for additional 
monitoring and the criteria used to select those sites.
    Other.--The Committee has not agreed to rescind $1,000,000 
of prior-year balances, as proposed in the budget request.

                       STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $265,861,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     306,111,000
House allowance.........................................     307,486,000
Committee recommendation................................     276,946,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    State and private forestry programs provide technical and 
financial assistance to landowners and resource managers to 
help sustain the Nation's urban and rural forests and protect 
communities and the environment from wildland fires. Through a 
coordinated effort in management, protection, conservation 
education, and resource use, State and private forestry 
programs facilitate sound stewardship across lands of all 
ownerships on a landscape scale, while maintaining the 
flexibility for individual forest landowners to pursue their 
own objectives.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee's request includes $276,946,000 for State and 
private forestry programs, a decrease of $29,165,000 below the 
request and an increase of $11,085,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level. Except where noted, increases above the 
budget request should be used to fund fixed costs.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                   Committee
                                                               Budget estimate   recommendation       Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Forest health management.....................................     $101,105,000     $102,855,000      +$1,750,000
Cooperative fire protection..................................       42,147,000       42,147,000  ...............
Cooperative forestry.........................................      153,791,000      122,876,000      -30,915,000
International forestry.......................................        9,068,000        9,068,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      Total, State and private forestry......................      306,111,000      276,946,000      -29,165,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Forest Health Management.--The Committee has recommended 
$102,855,000 for forest health management activities. The 
recommendation includes $55,282,000 for forest health 
activities on Federal lands, equal to the request, and 
$47,573,000 for cooperative forest health activities on State 
and private lands, an increase of $1,750,000 above the request. 
The Service is directed to use $750,000 of the increase for 
cooperative forest health programs to restore funding for gypsy 
moth eradication and suppression activities to the enacted 
level. The remaining $1,000,000 shall be used to increase 
cooperative programs to combat emerald ash borer infestation. 
The Committee urges the Service to use a portion of the 
increase to help the State of Wisconsin increase its capacity 
for emerald ash borer monitoring and control programs.
    Cooperative Fire Protection.--The Committee has provided 
$42,147,000 for cooperative fire protection programs, equal to 
the request. The recommendation includes $35,147,000 for State 
fire assistance and $7,000,000 for volunteer fire assistance, 
equal to the request.
    Cooperative Forestry.--The Committee recommends 
$122,876,000 for cooperative forestry activities, a decrease of 
$30,915,000 below the request.
    The Committee concurs with the budget request and has 
provided $28,369,000 for forest stewardship programs.
    Forest Legacy.--The Committee recommends $55,145,000 for 
the forest legacy program, an increase of $5,700,000 above the 
2009 appropriation and $35,915,000 below the request. The 
Committee recommends the following distribution of funds:

                  FOREST SERVICE FOREST LEGACY PROGRAM
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
State                      Project                       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   AR Maumelle Water Excellence                             $1,790,000
   CO Snow Mountain Ranch                                    2,500,000
   DE Green Horizons                                         4,000,000
   GA Murff Tract--Rayonier Forest                           3,500,000
   ID McArthur Lake Wildlife Corridor                        3,345,000
   KY Pope Creek/Putnam Knob                                 1,000,000
   ME Katahdin Forest Expansion                              3,700,000
   MN Koochiching                                            3,000,000
   MT Blackfoot River Murray-Douglas Creek                   2,900,000
   NH Cardigan Highlands                                     2,400,000
   NJ Musconetcong & Rockaway River Watershed                1,000,000
   NM Vallecitos High Country                                1,650,000
   OH Vinton Furnace Experimental Forest                     1,610,000
   OR South Eugene Hills--Ridgeline Trail                    1,000,000
   SC Belfast--Piedmont of South Carolina                    3,250,000
   TN North Cumberlands/Emory River Tract                    4,160,000
   UT Dry Lakes Ranch                                        1,400,000
   VT Eden Forest                                            2,200,000
   VA Chowan River Headwaters                                2,240,000
   WI Chippewa Flowage                                       1,500,000
                                                    --------------------
            Subtotal, Line Item Projects                    48,145,000
                                                    ====================
      Administration                                         6,000,000
      Community Forest Program                               1,000,000
                                                    --------------------
            Total, Forest Legacy                            55,145,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Urban and Community Forestry.--The Committee provides 
$29,327,000 for urban and community forestry programs, equal to 
the request.
    The Committee is encouraged by the work done within the 
Urban and Community Forestry program to develop a framework to 
inform policymakers across agencies at the national, regional, 
and local levels on impacts, including environmental 
degradation, of people and infrastructure on their natural 
environment. The Committee believes it is critical to integrate 
human system and ecosystems data so that policymakers can make 
better decisions and policies that affect the human health and 
the environment. The Committee expects the Service to continue 
supporting the development of this framework to encompass human 
systems such as transit, energy and water infrastructure, 
beginning with a particular focus on the water-scarce Southwest 
region.
    Economic Action Program.--The Committee has not agreed to 
the request to terminate the Economic Action program and 
recommends an increase of $5,000,000 to fund the following 
targeted projects: $300,000 to the Missouri Forest Foundation 
to fund biomass-to-energy activities; $200,000 to the Utah 
Department of Agriculture to fund biomass utilization 
activities; $2,500,000 to the Service's Region 5 headquarters 
to continue infrastructure assistance grants for small forest 
products businesses in California; $500,000 to the State of 
Vermont to fund forest products business development grants and 
technical assistance; and $500,000 to the Calaveras [CA] 
Healthy Impact Products Solutions consortium to fund a biomass 
utilization initiative. The additional $1,000,000 above the 
request is also provided to the Service's Wood Education and 
Resource Center in Princeton, West Virginia, for technical 
assistance and business development activities, for a total of 
$1,900,000.
    Forest Resource Inventory and Analysis.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $5,035,000 for forest resource 
inventory and analysis cooperative programs, equal to the 
request.
    International Program.--The Committee has provided 
$9,068,000 for the International Forestry program, equal to the 
request.

                         national forest system


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $1,509,805,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,506,564,000
House allowance.........................................   1,564,801,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,556,329,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The National Forest System [NFS] provides for the planning, 
assessment, and conservation of ecosystems while delivering 
multiple public services and uses. Within the NFS, there are 
155 national forests and 20 national grasslands located in 43 
States, as well as Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, managed 
under multiple-use and sustained yield principles. The natural 
resources of timber, minerals, range, wildlife, outdoor 
recreation, watershed, and soil are managed to best meet the 
needs of the Nation without impairing the productivity of the 
land or damaging the environment.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee's recommendation includes $1,556,329,000 for 
national forest system operations, an increase of $49,765,000 
above the request and $46,524,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level. Except where noted, increases above the budget 
request should be used to fund fixed costs.
    The distributions of the Committee's recommendations are as 
follows:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      Budget         Committee
                                                                     estimate     recommendation      Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Land management planning........................................     $45,518,000     $45,518,000  ..............
Inventory and monitoring........................................     168,695,000     169,695,000     +$1,000,000
Recreation, heritage, and wilderness............................     280,117,000     290,117,000     +10,000,000
Wildlife and fish habitat management............................     141,471,000     142,971,000      +1,500,000
Grazing management..............................................      49,949,000      50,714,000        +765,000
Forest Products.................................................     328,959,000     338,959,000     +10,000,000
Vegetation and watershed management.............................     182,286,000     188,786,000      +6,500,000
Minerals and geology management.................................      86,650,000      86,650,000  ..............
Land ownership management.......................................      94,372,000      94,372,000  ..............
Law enforcement operations......................................     135,047,000     145,047,000     +10,000,000
Valles Caldera National Preserve................................       3,500,000       3,500,000  ..............
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, National Forest System..........................   1,516,564,000   1,556,329,000     +39,765,000
Rescission......................................................     -10,000,000  ..............     +10,000,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, National Forest System.............................   1,506,564,000   1,556,329,000     +49,765,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Land Management Planning.--The Committee has provided 
$45,518,000 for land management planning, equal to the request.
    Inventory and Monitoring.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes $169,695,000 for inventory and monitoring programs, an 
increase of $1,000,000 above the request.
    Recreation, Heritage, and Wilderness.--The Committee has 
provided $290,117,000 for recreation, heritage and wilderness 
programs, an increase of $10,000,000 above the request. The 
Committee directs the Service to use the increase to restore 
proposed reductions to recreation operations activities and to 
fund ongoing travel management planning requirements.
    The Committee believes that the Forest Service must 
continue to show progress toward meeting its travel management 
regulatory requirements, including its requirements to conduct 
a science-based analysis of the roads system, identify unneeded 
roads, and comply with appropriate criteria to designate roads 
and trails, as defined by 36 CFR 212.5 and 212.55. Within 60 
days of enactment, the Service is directed to provide a report 
to the Committee outlining the process that it will use, by 
region, to ensure compliance with these requirements, including 
a timeline for implementation.
    The Committee also believes that management of heritage 
resources on national forests, including compliance with the 
National Historic Preservation Act, must be a greater priority 
for the Service. To that end, the Committee is encouraged that 
the budget request contains a 6 percent increase in funding to 
better manage heritage resources. The Committee directs the 
Service to provide a report no later than September 30, 2010 
detailing heritage resource program accomplishments and funding 
allocations for each region and each national forest for fiscal 
years 2009 and 2010.
    Wildlife and Fish Habitat Management.--The Committee has 
provided $142,971,000 for wildlife and fish habitat management 
programs, an increase of $1,500,000 above the request.
    The Committee strongly encourages the Department of 
Interior and the Forest Service to coordinate with local 
entities and to employ the resources necessary to prevent 
Quagga mussels and other aquatic invasive species from entering 
the Lake Tahoe ecosystem.
    Grazing Management.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes $50,714,000 for grazing management programs, an 
increase of $765,000 above the budget request.
    Forest Products.--The Committee has provided $338,959,000 
for forest products programs, a general program increase of 
$10,000,000 above the budget request. The Committee concurs 
with the budget request to fund activities related to the 
Northwest Forest Plan based on the agency's capacity to fund 
projects. The Committee directs the Service to use its general 
program increase to implement timber sales and stewardship 
contracts in regions where recently closed and at-risk mills 
could benefit. The Committee is concerned that recent mill 
closures in forested rural areas have diminished the Service's 
ability to undertake hazardous fuels reduction work on national 
forest lands. Forest products infrastructure is an essential 
tool for restoring the Nation's forests and combating 
catastrophic fire, and the Forest Service should make every 
effort to sustain this infrastructure where possible. Within 
the increase provided, the Service is also directed to provide 
an additional $1,250,000 to fund timber pipeline development 
for the Tongass National Forest in Alaska, for a total of 
$2,500,000.
    Vegetation and Watershed Management.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $188,786,000 for vegetation and 
watershed management activities, an increase of $6,500,000 
above the budget request. Of the increase provided, $1,500,000 
is directed to fully fund fixed costs and $5,000,000 is 
directed to expand efforts to fund cleanup activities 
associated with marijuana eradication on national forest lands.
    The Committee is very concerned that the Service is not 
making enough progress toward addressing the backlog of 
restoration needs caused by increased marijuana eradication 
operations. The Service is directed to develop a targeted plan 
for this funding increase that will demonstrate an ``economy of 
scale'' approach to clean up several eradication sites at once. 
The plan should be developed in concert with the Service's law 
enforcement staff, other Federal agencies and non-Federal 
stakeholders. The Service shall report to the Committee 
regarding proposed allocations prior to allocating these funds 
to the field.
    The Committee supports the budget request of $350,000 for 
leafy spurge eradication on the Dakota Prairie Grasslands.
    Minerals and Geology Management.--The Committee has 
provided $86,650,000 for minerals and geology programs, equal 
to the budget request.
    Land Ownership Management.--The Committee has included 
$94,372,000 for land ownership management programs, equal to 
the budget request.
    Law Enforcement Operations.--The Committee has included 
$145,047,000 for law enforcement operations, an increase of 
$10,000,000 above the request. The increase provided above the 
request shall be used to expand the Service's efforts to expand 
marijuana eradication activities on national forest lands, 
including defraying aviation and support costs associated with 
interagency drug eradication operations. The Committee expects 
the Service to allocate this increase to areas with the 
greatest amounts of drug eradication activity. The Service is 
directed to maintain funding for forest counterdrug operations 
at their fiscal year 2009 levels unless the Committee is 
notified in writing of a need to reallocate funds based on 
increased drug activity on other forests.
    Valles Caldera National Preserve.--The Committee recommends 
$3,500,000 for operations of the Valles Caldera National 
Preserve in New Mexico, equal to the request.
    Land Between the Lakes.--The Committee concurs with the 
budget request and provides $8,200,000 to support operations at 
the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
    Rescission.--The Committee has not agreed to the 
$10,000,000 rescission of prior-year National Forest System 
appropriations balances proposed in the request.
    Other.--The Committee is concerned by reports of employment 
and workplace safety violations related to the employment of 
foreign guest workers, known as pineros, by contractors 
operating on national forest lands. By March 1, 2010, the 
Service is directed to provide a report to the Committee 
detailing planned and actual monitoring, investigation and 
enforcement activities, including information regarding 
violations of employment or safety standards, for fiscal years 
2009 and 2010. The Service is also directed to make this report 
available to the general public on its website.
    Bill Language.--The Committee has included language to 
allow the Service to continue to transfer funds to the Bureau 
of Land Management for certain activities related to wild 
horses and burros and cadastral surveys, as requested.

                  CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $495,393,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     650,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     556,962,000
House allowance.........................................     560,637,000
Committee recommendation................................     513,418,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $513,418,000 for 
capital improvement and maintenance programs, a decrease of 
$43,544,000 below the request and an increase of $18,025,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted, non-emergency level. As in 
previous years, the Committee proposes to offset these funds 
with an $18,000,000 scoring credit related to the Roads and 
Trails Fund. The Committee agrees to the following distribution 
of funds:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Committee
                                                             Budget estimate   recommendation        Change
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Facilities................................................      $130,740,000      $135,575,000       +$4,835,000
Roads.....................................................       235,000,000       236,521,000        +1,521,000
Trails....................................................        82,081,000        82,181,000          +100,000
Infrastructure improvement................................         9,141,000         9,141,000  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
Legacy Road Remediation...................................        50,000,000        50,000,000  ................
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
Protecting National Forests...............................        50,000,000  ................       -50,000,000
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
      Total, Capital Improvement and Maintenance..........       556,962,000       513,418,000       -43,544,000
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee's recommendation does not include funding for 
the administration's proposed $50,000,000 ``Protecting National 
Forests'' initiative. Though the Committee recognizes the 
importance of addressing the Service's deferred maintenance 
backlog, it also understands that the Service has not yet 
developed a priority list of eligible projects or specific 
criteria to select future projects. Given the lack of a 
concrete plan for this funding, the Committee believes that the 
Service would be better served investing this increase in 
other, underfunded operating programs that also protect the 
health and vitality of the national forests. Therefore, the 
Committee has transferred the $50,000,000 funding increase to 
other critical programs within the National Forest System and 
Wildland Fire Management appropriations.
    The Committee urges the Service to develop specific 
criteria for this major construction initiative, including a 
proposed priority list, and to resubmit the initiative for 
consideration as part of future budget requests.
    Facilities.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$135,575,000 for facilities maintenance and construction, an 
increase of $4,835,000 above the request.
    Changes to the request include the following: a $595,000 
increase for the Monongahela National Forest (West Virginia); 
an increase of $1,840,000 to continue construction of a 
research facility in Hawaii, for a total of $2,500,000; 
$500,000 to complete construction of a work station on the 
Cherokee National Forest (Tennessee); and $1,900,000 to 
relocate the Northern Great Plains Fire Dispatch Center on the 
Black Hills National Forest (South Dakota).
    Roads.--The Committee has provided $236,521,000 for road 
maintenance and improvement, an increase of $1,521,000 above 
the request. The increase is provided for road improvements on 
the Monongahela National Forest (West Virginia).
    Trails.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$82,181,000 for trails maintenance and construction, an 
increase of $100,000 above the request. The increase is 
provided for trail improvements on the Reno-to-Tahoe Rim Trail 
in Nevada. Within funds provided, the Service shall continue to 
fund national scenic and historic trails at no less than the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level.
    Legacy Roads Initiative.--The Committee has included 
$50,000,000 for the Legacy Roads initiative, equal to the 
budget request.
    Other.--As noted previously, the Committee has continued 
bill language from prior years regarding the treatment of 
receipts from the Road and Trails Fund.

                            land acquisition

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $49,775,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      28,684,000
House allowance.........................................      36,782,000
Committee recommendation................................      67,784,000

    The Committee recommends $67,784,000 for land acquisition, 
which is $18,009,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level 
and $39,100,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee recommends the following distribution of 
funds:

                     FOREST SERVICE LAND ACQUISITION
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
State                       Project                       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
   CA Angeles National Forest                               $1,750,000
   CA Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest                       2,400,000
   CA Los Padres National Forest                             1,500,000
   CA San Bernardino National Forest                           500,000
   CA Tahoe and El Dorado National Forests                   1,000,000
   CO Uncompahgre National Forest                            1,375,000
   GA Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest                   1,200,000
   IN Hoosier National Forest                                  825,000
   KY Daniel Boone National Forest                             900,000
   MI Ottawa National Forest                                 2,800,000
   MN Chippewa and Superior National Forests                 2,100,000
   MO Mark Twain National Forest                               500,000
   MT Gallatin and Custer National Forests                   2,000,000
   MT Helena National Forest                                 1,000,000
   MT Lewis and Clark National Forest                        2,000,000
   NH White Mountain National Forest                           434,000
   NM Gila National Forest                                   3,000,000
   OR Hells Canyon National Recreation Area                  2,000,000
   OR Siskiyou National Forest                                 360,000
   PA Allegheny National Forest                                500,000
   SC Francis Marion National Forest                         1,650,000
   SD Black Hills National Forest                            1,640,000
   TN Cherokee National Forest                               6,000,000
   UT Bonneville Shoreline Trail                             1,500,000
   UT Dixie National Forest                                  2,500,000
   UT Uinta/Wasatch-Cache National Forests                   1,500,000
   VT Green Mountain National Forest                         2,250,000
   WA Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest                   1,700,000
   WA Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie/Wenatchee National Forests        2,625,000
   WV Monongahela National Forest                            3,150,000
   WI Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest                    2,125,000
                                                      ------------------
          Subtotal, Line Item Projects                      54,784,000
                                                      ==================
      Acquisition Management                                 9,000,000
      Equalization                                           1,000,000
      Inholdings                                             3,000,000
                                                      ------------------
            Total, Land Acquisition                         67,784,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

        acquisition of lands for national forests, special acts

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $1,050,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       1,050,000
House allowance.........................................       1,050,000
Committee recommendation................................       1,050,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,050,000, 
which is equal to the budget request. These funds are derived 
from receipts at certain forests.

            acquisition of lands to complete land exchanges

Appropriations, 2009....................................        $250,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................         250,000
House allowance.........................................         250,000
Committee recommendation................................         250,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $250,000, 
which is equal to the budget request. This amount is derived 
from funds deposited by State, county, and municipal 
governments or public school authorities pursuant to the Act of 
December 4, 1967, as amended (16 U.S.C. 484a).

                         range betterment fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $3,600,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       3,600,000
House allowance.........................................       3,600,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,600,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,600,000, 
equal to the request. This amount is for range rehabilitation, 
protection, and improvement, and is derived from fees received 
for livestock grazing on national forests pursuant to section 
401(b)(1) of Public Law 94-579, as amended.

    gifts, donations and bequests for forest and rangeland research

Appropriations, 2009....................................         $50,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................          50,000
House allowance.........................................          50,000
Committee recommendation................................          50,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $50,000, which 
is equal to the budget request. This amount is derived from the 
fund established under 16 U.S.C. 1643(b).

 MANAGEMENT OF NATIONAL FOREST LANDS FOR SUBSISTENCE USES SUBSISTENCE 
                       MANAGEMENT, FOREST SERVICE

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $5,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       2,582,000
House allowance.........................................       2,582,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,582,000

    The Committee's recommendation includes $2,582,000 for 
subsistence management activities on national forest lands in 
the State of Alaska, which is equal to the budget request.

                        wildland fire management


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,131,630,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     700,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,520,147,000
House allowance.........................................   2,370,288,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,586,637,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    Wildland Fire Management provides funding for fire 
management including preparedness and fire suppression 
operations on National Forest System and adjacent lands, and 
also supports the National Fire Plan. The program seeks to 
protect life, property, and natural resources on the 192 
million acres of National Forest System lands, as well as on an 
additional 20 million acres of adjacent State and private 
lands. The program recognizes that wildfire is a critical 
natural process that must be integrated into land and resource 
management plans and activities on a landscape scale across 
agency boundaries.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee's recommendation includes $2,586,637,000 for 
wildland fire management programs, an increase of $455,007,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted, non-emergency level and an 
increase of $66,490,000 above the request.
    Preparedness.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$690,000,000 for fire preparedness activities, an increase of 
$15,000,000 above the request. The increase shall be used to 
fund fixed costs and to continue firefighter retention 
initiatives for high-risk areas initiated by Public Law 110-
329. The Committee expects that future budget requests will 
include the resources necessary to maintain these important 
retention initiatives.
    As in prior years, the Service is directed to analyze 
proposed preparedness resource levels and to adjust resources 
between preparedness and suppression as necessary to ensure 
that the Service maintains readiness commensurate with fiscal 
year 2008 levels. The Service is directed to notify the House 
and Senate Committees on Appropriations in writing prior to the 
decision to shift resources between the two programs, and is 
further directed to re-evaluate future budget requests to 
ensure that preparedness requests actually reflect expected 
costs.
    Fire Suppression.--The Committee has fully funded the 10-
year fire suppression average of $1,128,505,000, as requested. 
The Committee has also agreed to provide an additional 
$282,000,000 in contingency fire appropriations as proposed by 
the request. However, the Committee believes that providing 
these funds through a separate appropriations account, as 
requested by the administration, would create an unnecessary 
administrative burden. Therefore, the Committee has merged 
these funds with the Wildland Fire Management account. These 
funds should only be made available once all other funds 
available for fire suppression activities have been exhausted.
    Other Operations.--The Committee recommends $486,132,000 
for other fire operations programs, an increase of $51,490,000 
above the request.
    The Committee has provided $350,285,000 for hazardous fuels 
reduction activities, an increase of $35,000,000 above the 
request and $22,199,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted, 
non-emergency level.
    Of the increase provided, the Committee directs the Service 
to use $30,000,000 to restore and expand hazardous fuels 
reduction activities. The Committee expects the Service to use 
$10,000,000 of this increase to begin implementation of 
projects authorized by the Forest Landscape Restoration Act 
(Public Law 111-11). The Service is directed to provide a 
report to the Committee by March 1, 2010 that details the 
projects selected for implementation, estimated project costs, 
and the criteria used for their selection. The remaining 
$20,000,000 shall be used to support fuels reduction and 
restoration activities on lands at the highest risk of 
catastrophic wildfire due to fuel loads and population density. 
When selecting projects, the Service is also urged to give 
priority to projects that foster community collaboration and 
support local forest products or biomass utilization 
infrastructure.
    The Committee's recommendation provides an additional 
$5,000,000 increase above the request for biomass utilization 
grants, for a total of $10,000,000. Within fuels reduction 
programs, the Committee supports the budget request of 
$2,000,000 for the Southwest Ecological Research Institutes, 
including $1,500,000 for the institute located at Northern 
Arizona University.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $11,500,000 for 
rehabilitation activities, an increase of $2,500,000 above the 
request and equal to the enacted level. The Committee supports 
the budget request of $23,917,000 for fire plan research and 
development programs and $8,000,000 for joint fire science 
activities conducted with the Department of the Interior.
    The Committee recommendation also provides $17,252,000 for 
forest health programs on Federal lands, an increase of 
$2,812,000 above the request. Cooperative forest health 
programs are funded at $9,928,000, an increase of $2,928,000 
above the request. These increases restore both programs to 
their fiscal year 2009 enacted levels.
    The Committee recommends $56,250,000 for State fire 
assistance programs, an increase of $6,250,000 above the 
request, with the increase allocated as follows:
  --$4,000,000 to increase the budget request for the South 
        Lake Tahoe Public Utility District to fund water system 
        improvements by local utility districts to enhance 
        firefighting capability, for a total of $5,000,000;
  --$2,000,000 to increase the budget request for fire risk 
        reduction activities by California Fire Safe Council 
        chapters, including activities in the Lake Tahoe Basin, 
        for a total of $5,000,000; and
  --$250,000 for the City of Reno for protection of the city's 
        wildland-urban interface.
    The Committee recommends $9,000,000 for volunteer fire 
assistance programs, an increase of $2,000,000 above the 
request and equal to the enacted level.
    Quincy Library Group [QLG].--The Committee is very 
concerned that the Service has been unable to meet the annual 
fuels reduction treatment goals required by the Herger-
Feinstein Quincy Library Group Act, which prescribes 40,000 to 
60,000 acres of treatments each year for the Plumas and Lassen 
National Forests and the Sierraville Ranger District of the 
Tahoe National Forest. These treatments are essential to 
minimize the risk of stand-replacing wildfires which the area 
has suffered repeatedly, including the 2007 Moonlight Fire, 
which threatened communities and burned 65,000 acres on the 
Plumas National Forest.
    The Committee is aware that the Service has preliminary 
treatment targets for the QLG area of approximately 18,000 
acres in fiscal year 2009, including 3,000 acres on the Plumas 
National Forest, and approximately 21,000 acres in fiscal year 
2010. The Committee is also aware that additional acre targets 
for future projects may be agreed upon by stakeholders. The 
Committee expects the Service to meet or exceed these 
preliminary targets and directs the Service to provide a report 
to the Committee within 60 days of enactment detailing the 
actual number of acres treated in fiscal year 2009 and the 
updated number of acres planned for treatment in fiscal year 
2010, including the number of additional acres agreed to as 
part of the collaborative process.
    Aviation Strategy.--The Committee is concerned that the 
Service's fleet of P-2V and P-3 firefighting air tankers 
continues to age and notes that the number of air tankers 
currently available to the Service--18--is a 60 percent 
reduction compared to the number of aircraft available in 2002. 
With many of the Service's fleet of air tankers nearing the end 
of their available flight hours, it is imperative that the 
Service complete its longstanding work to develop a 
comprehensive aviation strategy, including recommendations for 
the replacement for its air tanker fleet. The Committee directs 
the Service to complete its work on the aviation strategy and 
provide a copy, including detailed cost estimates relating to 
its recommendations, to the Committee within 60 days of 
enactment.
    Bill Language.--The Committee supports the budget request 
for the Community Forest Restoration Act and has retained 
language to allow the program to use appropriate State and 
private forestry authorities as necessary.

                       Administrative Provisions


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

    The Committee has continued many of the same administrative 
provisions included in prior year appropriations acts.
    The Committee has modified language authorizing the 
Secretary to transfer funds from other program accounts to fund 
wildfire suppression and related activities if the Secretary 
determines that all available fire suppression funds will be 
obligated within 30 days. The Committee directs the Service to 
take its first transfers from unobligated balances, if 
available, from the Knutsen-Vandenberg Trust Fund and other 
permanent and trust fund accounts, and to exhaust available 
balances, as appropriate, from permanent and trust fund 
accounts before the Service transfers funds from other 
discretionary accounts.
    The Committee has modified language relating to limitations 
on assessments from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to 
authorize the assessment of up to $15,500,000 for the 
implementation of a proposed Department-wide financial system.
    The Committee's recommendation includes amounts requested 
by the administration to provide up to $2,000,000 for the 
National Forest Foundation and $2,650,000 for the National Fish 
and Wildlife Foundation for partnership activities that benefit 
national forests. These funds are subject to a one-to-one 
matching requirement. The Committee has agreed to limit amounts 
available to the National Forest Foundation for administrative 
purposes, consistent with the budget request.
    The recommendation does not include proposed limitations to 
rural community technical assistance, as proposed in the 
request.
    The Committee has agreed to increase the Service's cap on 
deferred maintenance assessments to $55,000,000 and has 
included requested technical changes. The Committee has also 
agreed to extend authorities concerning the availability of 
funds for educational benefits for dependents of agency 
personnel serving in Puerto Rico, as requested.
    Language has been continued authorizing up to $5,000,000 
for youth conservation and service corps projects, including up 
to $2,500,000 for fuels and fire risk reduction projects 
authorized by the Public Lands Corps Healthy Forest Restoration 
Act of 2005 (Public Law 109-154).

                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


                         Indian Health Service

    The Indian Health Service [IHS] is the agency within the 
Department of Health and Human Services that has responsibility 
for providing Federal health services to approximately 1.9 
million American Indians and Alaska Natives. The provision of 
health services to tribes grew out of the special relationship 
between the Federal Government and Indian tribes that was 
established in 1787, based on Article I, Section 8 of the 
Constitution, and given form and substance by numerous 
treaties, laws, Supreme Court decisions, and Executive orders 
that followed. Most notable among these is the Snyder Act of 
1921, which provides the basic authority for most Indian health 
services provided by the Federal Government to Native Americans 
and Alaska Natives.
    IHS services are provided directly and through tribally 
contracted and operated health programs in over 600 healthcare 
facilities located throughout the United States, primarily in 
rural and isolated areas. Health care is also purchased from 
more than 9,000 private providers annually. The Federal system 
consists of 31 hospitals, 50 health centers, and 31 health 
stations. In addition, 34 urban Indian health projects provide 
a variety of health and referral services.
    Through Public Law 93-638, the Indian Self-Determination 
and Education Act, as amended, American Indian tribes and 
Alaska Native corporations contract and compact to administer 
more than one half of all IHS resources, including 15 
hospitals, 254 health centers, 112 health stations, and 166 
Alaska village clinics.

                         indian health services

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $3,190,956,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      85,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,639,868,000
House allowance.........................................   3,657,618,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,639,868,000

    The Committee recommends $3,639,868,000 for Indian health 
services, an increase of $448,912,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 non-emergency funding level and the same amount as the 
budget request. Programmatic increases include $117,000,000 for 
contract health services; $104,418,000 for contract support 
costs; $5,595,000 for new tribes funding; $45,543,000 for the 
Indian Health Care Improvement Fund; $2,500,000 for the 
Service's chronic care initiative; $800,000 for health 
promotion/disease prevention activities; $2,854,000 for Indian 
health professions; $2,000,000 for direct operations; and 
$16,251,000 for health information technology requirements. An 
amount of $151,951,000 is provided to cover the uncontrollable 
cost increases of pay and benefits; medical and non-medical 
inflation; population growth; and the staffing of new 
facilities. Within the amount provided for contract health 
services, $48,000,000 is included for the Catastrophic Health 
Emergency Fund, an increase of $17,000,000 above the current 
year enacted level. New tribes funding is based on projections 
for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe and the Tuscarora Tribe. The 
Urban Indian Health program is proposed to be funded at 
$38,139,000 in fiscal year 2010, a 5 percent increase above the 
current year enacted level. Within the Indian Health 
Professions activity, the Committee notes that funds are 
continued for the Recruitment/Retention of American Indians 
into Nursing program; the Indians into Psychology program; and 
the Indians into Medicine program. The Committee encourages the 
Service to continue to provide such technical assistance as may 
be necessary for the newly formed Indian Health Board of Nevada 
to strengthen and expand its ability to advocate on behalf of 
Nevada's 27 Indian tribes and communities. Language has been 
included in the bill in title IV, general provisions, regarding 
the delivery of healthcare services in Alaska.

                        indian health facilities

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $390,168,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................     415,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     394,757,000
House allowance.........................................     394,757,000
Committee recommendation................................     394,757,000

    The Committee recommends $394,757,000 for Indian health 
facilities, an increase of $4,589,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 non-emergency funding level and the same amount as the 
budget request. Increases include an amount of $14,780,000 to 
meet escalating fixed costs such as pay and benefits, and 
$575,000 for facilities and environmental health support. 
Health facilities construction is funded at $29,234,000 and 
provides support for three ongoing projects: the Barrow, Alaska 
hospital; the Kayenta, Arizona health center; and the San 
Carlos, Arizona health center. In the fiscal year 2009 bill, 
the Service was instructed to prepare a new solicitation for 
both the Joint Venture Construction Program and the Small 
Ambulatory Grants Program. The Committee understands that the 
initial phase of this process is underway with a request to 
tribal leaders to inform the Service of their intent to apply 
for either program by July 1, 2009.

                     National Institutes of Health


          NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $78,074,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      79,212,000
House allowance.........................................      79,212,000
Committee recommendation................................      79,212,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The National Institute of Health Sciences, an agency within 
the National Institutes of Health, was authorized in section 
311(a) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended, to conduct 
multidisciplinary research and training activities associated 
with the Nation's Hazardous Substance Superfund program, and in 
section 126(g) of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization 
Act of 1968, to conduct training and education of workers who 
are or may be engaged in activities related to hazardous waste 
removal or containment or emergency response.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $79,212,000 for the operations of 
the ``National Institute of Health Environmental Health 
Sciences'' account. This amount is an increase of $1,138,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the budget 
request.

            Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry


            TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $74,039,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      76,792,000
House allowance.........................................      76,792,000
Committee recommendation................................      76,792,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry 
[ATSDR], an agency of the Public Health Service, was created in 
section 104(i) of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, 
Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980. The ATSDR's primary 
mission is to conduct surveys and screening programs to 
determine relationships between exposure to toxic substances 
and illness. Other activities include the maintenance and 
annual update of a list of hazardous substances most commonly 
found at Superfund sites, the preparation of toxicological 
profiles on each such hazardous substance, consultations on 
health issues relating to exposure to hazardous or toxic 
substances, and the development and implementation of certain 
research activities related to ATSDR's mission.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends a total appropriation of 
$76,792,000 for the operations of the Agency for Toxic 
Substances and Disease Registry account. This amount is 
$2,753,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the 
budget request.

                         OTHER RELATED AGENCIES


                   Executive Office of the President


  COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY AND OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $2,703,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       3,159,000
House allowance.........................................       3,159,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,159,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Council on Environmental Quality [CEQ] and the Office 
of Environmental Quality [OEQ] were established by the National 
Environmental Policy Act of 1969 [NEPA] and the Environmental 
Quality Improvement Act of 1970, respectively. The Council 
serves as a source of environmental expertise and policy 
analysis for the White House, Executive Office of the 
President, and other Federal agencies. CEQ promulgates 
regulations binding on all Federal agencies to implement the 
procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act 
and resolves interagency environmental disputes informally and 
through issuance of findings and recommendations.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $3,159,000 for the operations of 
Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental 
Quality account. This amount is $456,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 level and equal to the budget request.
    Interagency Action Plan on Appalachian Surface Coal 
Mining.--On June 11, 2009, the Department of the Interior, the 
Environmental Protection Agency, and the Army Corps of 
Engineers announced the signing of a memorandum of 
understanding designed to address the impacts of surface coal 
mining in the Appalachian region of the United States. As 
proposed, these Federal agencies will implement an Interagency 
Action Plan that will coordinate the development of both short-
term and long-term actions intended to ``diversify and 
strengthen the Appalachian regional economy and promote the 
health and welfare of Appalachian communities.'' The Plan also 
calls for a ``special focus on stimulating clean enterprise and 
green jobs development, encouraging better coordination among 
existing Federal efforts, and supporting innovative new ideas 
and initiatives.'' The Committee is encouraged that the Plan 
calls for public meetings throughout Appalachia that will 
garner ``robust public comment'' on a proposal that may very 
well have wide ranging and unforeseen consequences for both the 
economic and social environments of the communities involved. 
However, the Committee also believes it is essential for 
Members of Congress to fully understand the various elements of 
the Plan. To that end, the Committee directs the Council on 
Environmental Quality to begin a series of congressional 
briefings, beginning no later than 60 days after enactment of 
this act and occurring no less than every 6 months thereafter, 
which will provide pertinent and meaningful information on how 
the administration intends to achieve its goals. These 
briefings should include, at minimum, detailed information on 
the proposed actions to be taken, what alternatives may exist 
to the proposed actions, anticipated timelines for 
implementation of these actions, the estimated economic costs 
involved in implementing the actions, and updates on the status 
and outcomes of the scheduled public meetings. The Committee 
would appreciate the Council ensuring the participation of all 
relevant executive agencies, including the Appalachian Regional 
Commission, in these briefings.

             Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $10,199,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      10,547,000
House allowance.........................................      10,547,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,195,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board was 
authorized by the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 to 
investigate accidental releases of certain chemicals substances 
resulting in, or that may cause, serious injury, death, 
substantial property damage, or serious adverse effects on 
human health. It became operational in fiscal year 1998.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $11,195,000 for salaries and 
expenses of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board. 
This amount is $996,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level and 
$648,000 above the budget request. With the additional funds 
provided, the Committee directs that the Board evaluate and 
report on how best to eliminate the remaining industrial 
storage of methy isocyanate, the substance involved in the 
Bhopal chemical disaster and in a fatal accident at Bayer 
CropScience in Institute, West Virginia, in 2008, as requested 
by the chairmen of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce 
and the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and 
Transportation.

              Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $7,530,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       8,000,000
House allowance.........................................       8,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Office of Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation was 
established by Public Law 93-531. The Office is charged with 
planning and conducting relocation activities associated with 
the settlement of land disputes between the Navajo Nation and 
Hopi Tribe.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $8,000,000, 
which is $470,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
equal to the budget request.

    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
                              Development


                        payment to the institute

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $7,900,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       8,300,000
House allowance.........................................       8,300,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,300,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture 
and Arts Development [IAIA] was originally founded in 1962 as a 
Bureau of Indian Affairs [BIA] high school. The Institute was 
moved out of the BIA in 1988 to become a federally chartered 4-
year college governed by a board of trustees appointed by the 
President of the United States and confirmed by the Senate. Its 
mission is to serve as the national center of research, 
training, language and scholarship for Native Americans and 
Alaska Natives through the dedicated study, creative 
application, preservation, and care of Native cultures and 
arts. In addition to its academic programs, IAIA houses the 
National Collection of Contemporary Indian Art and carries the 
designation as the National Repository for Native Languages. 
IAIA's operations are funded by direct Federal support and a 
diversified private sector approach to foundations, 
corporations, tribes, and individual donors.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $8,300,000 for the Institute of 
American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Development, 
an increase of $400,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and the same amount as the budget request. Additional 
funds are provided for the Institute to expand its faculty and 
meet facilities maintenance and information technology needs.

                        Smithsonian Institution

    Congress established the Smithsonian Institution in 1846 to 
administer a large bequest left to the United States by James 
Smithson, an English scientist, for the purpose of establishing 
in Washington, DC, an institution ``. . . for the increase and 
diffusion of knowledge among men.'' The act establishing the 
Smithsonian provided for the administration of the trust, 
independent of the Government itself, by a Board of Regents and 
a Secretary, who were given broad discretion in the use of 
these funds. The board was to be composed of both private 
citizens and members of all three branches of the Federal 
Government in order to ensure ``the wise and faithful use'' of 
the Institution's funds. The trust funds were permanently 
loaned to the U.S. Treasury to be maintained in a separate 
account, with the interest from that money used for the 
operation of the Institution. Construction of the Smithsonian 
Castle was completed in 1855 and collections that the 
Government had accepted on behalf of the Institution were moved 
into the building. Today, the Smithsonian Institution is the 
world's largest museum and research complex, housing 
approximately 144 million objects and specimens, and receiving 
an estimated 25 million visitors annually.
    Its facilities include 19 museums and galleries, including 
the National Zoo, 10 science centers, and other facilities--
most located in or near Washington, DC, with others in 
Massachusetts, New York, Florida, Arizona, Hawaii, and the 
Republic of Panama. The Smithsonian's growth will continue for 
the foreseeable future with the design and construction of a 
National Museum of African American History and Culture, 
authorized by Congress in 2003 and scheduled to open to the 
public in 2015.

                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $593,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     634,161,000
House allowance.........................................     634,161,000
Committee recommendation................................     634,161,000

    The Committee recommends $634,161,000 for salaries and 
expenses of the Smithsonian Institution, an increase of 
$40,761,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the 
same amount as the budget request. Within this total, 
$26,011,000 is included to meet the fixed cost increases 
associated with pay and benefits, utilities, rent and other 
operational requirements. Program increases totaling 
$14,750,000 are included to address additional needs for 
facilities services, collections care, scientific research, 
information technology and governance support. The Committee 
expects the Smithsonian to continue to submit quarterly reports 
of funding redirections that are below the reprogramming 
threshold.

                           facilities capital

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $123,000,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      25,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     125,000,000
House allowance.........................................     140,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     125,000,000

    The Committee recommends $125,000,000 for the Smithsonian 
Institution's facilities capital program, an increase of 
$2,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 non-emergency funding 
level and the same amount as the budget request. Of this total 
$89,300,000 is provided for revitalization efforts and 
$35,700,000 is provided for facilities planning and design. 
Projects to be addressed with these funds in fiscal year 2010 
include: $20,000,000 for design of the National Museum of 
African American History and Culture; $12,600,000 for 
replacement of the roof at the Arts and Industries Building; 
$16,300,000 for continued revitalization of the National Museum 
of Natural History; and $16,000,000 for major repairs and 
renewal of facilities at the National Zoological Park.

                              LEGACY FUND

                    (INCLUDING RESCISSION OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $15,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................................
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................      30,000,000
Rescission of prior year funds..........................     -29,766,000

    The Committee recommends $30,000,000 for the Legacy Fund in 
fiscal year 2010. The administration's budget request did not 
propose to include an appropriation for this account. The 
Committee has included language in the bill to target the 
Legacy Fund specifically to the development of a public-private 
partnership that will facilitate the reopening of the Arts and 
Industries Building. The current 1:1 private matching 
requirement has been expanded to include major in-kind 
donations that contribute to the redesign and purpose of the 
new building, as well as privately funded endowments intended 
for the care and refurbishment of the permanent exhibits 
therein. The Committee has made the foregoing adjustments in 
consultation with the Smithsonian Institution and with the 
understanding that these changes will better support the 
Institution's private fundraising efforts. The Committee has 
rescinded a total unobligated balance of $29,766,000 from 
Legacy Fund appropriations for fiscal years 2008 and 2009 and 
reappropriated these dollars under the revised guidelines.

                        National Gallery of Art

    The National Gallery of Art was created in 1937 by a joint 
resolution of Congress accepting Andrew W. Mellon's gift to the 
Nation of his art collection. The generosity of the Mellon 
family also provided the funds to construct the Gallery's two 
landmark buildings, the West Building, designed by Alexander 
Pope and completed in 1941, and the East Building, designed by 
I.M. Pei and completed in 1978. In 1999, an outdoor sculpture 
garden was created with funding from the Cafritz Foundation. 
Today, these two buildings and the Sculpture Garden form a 
museum complex that houses one of the world's premier art 
collections. Since the Gallery's founding, Federal funds have 
been appropriated to ensure the operation, maintenance, 
protection, and care of its collection. Private contributions 
are used by the Gallery for art acquisition and conservation, 
scholarly and scientific research, exhibitions, and educational 
outreach programs.

                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $105,388,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     108,986,000
House allowance.........................................     110,746,000
Committee recommendation................................     110,746,000

    The Committee recommends $110,746,000 for salaries and 
expenses of the National Gallery of Art, an increase of 
$5,358,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$1,760,000 above the budget request. The Committee does not 
agree with the administration's proposal to reduce special 
exhibitions funding by $1,760,000 and has restored that amount 
to the ``Salaries and Expenses'' account. These funds are used 
for exhibit installation and supplies, shipping contracts, 
security and other contract services that are required for 
mounting successful temporary exhibitions at the Gallery. The 
Committee sees no reason why these activities would not be 
considered a part of the Federal Government's commitment to 
funding the operations of the Gallery. The table at the back of 
this report displays the Committee's proposed distribution of 
funds among the Gallery's various activities.

            repair, restoration, and renovation of buildings

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $17,368,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      56,259,000
House allowance.........................................      56,259,000
Committee recommendation................................      54,499,000

    The Committee recommends $54,499,000 for the repair, 
restoration, and renovation of facilities at the National 
Gallery of Art, an increase of $37,131,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and a decrease of $1,760,000 below the 
budget request.
    The significant increase above the current year enacted 
level is due to the immediate need to repair the East 
Building's stone facade. This project, in total, is estimated 
to cost $85,000,000 and will require the removal and 
reinstallation of all 16,200 marble panels. Language is 
included in the bill allowing for the expenditure of up to 
$40,000,000 for this project in the coming fiscal year and 
authority has been provided for the issuance of a single 
procurement for the full scope of the project.

             John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    Originally established in 1958 as the National Cultural 
Center, an independently administered bureau of the Smithsonian 
Institution, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts 
was designated as a living memorial to President Kennedy in 
1964. The Kennedy Center building was constructed with a 
combination of private contributions, Federal matching funds 
and long-term revenue bonds held by the U.S. Department of the 
Treasury. Since 1972, Congress has provided funds for the 
operations and repair of the presidential monument, initially 
through the National Park Service and since 1995 to the Kennedy 
Center Board of Trustees. Approximately 87 percent of the 
Center's total annual operating budget is derived from non-
appropriated funds such as ticket sales, auxiliary income, 
investment income and private contributions to support 
performing arts programming and administrative activities.

                       operations and maintenance

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $21,300,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      22,500,000
House allowance.........................................      25,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      22,500,000

    The Committee recommends $22,500,000 for operations and 
maintenance of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing 
Arts, an increase of $1,200,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the same amount as the budget request. 
Additional funding is provided to assist the Kennedy Center in 
meeting its fixed cost increases for pay, benefits, utilities 
and facilities maintenance contracts.

                     CAPITAL REPAIR AND RESTORATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $15,064,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      17,447,000
House allowance.........................................      17,447,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,447,000

    The Committee recommends $17,447,000 for the Kennedy 
Center's capital repair and restoration program, an increase of 
$2,383,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the 
same amount as the budget request.

            Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $10,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      10,225,000
House allowance.........................................      12,225,000
Committee recommendation................................      10,225,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is the 
living national memorial to President Wilson established by 
Congress in 1968 and headquartered in Washington, DC. Its 
mission is to commemorate the ideals and concerns of the former 
president by providing a link between the world of ideas and 
the world of policy; and by fostering research, study, 
discussion, and collaboration among a full spectrum of 
individuals concerned with policy and scholarship in national 
and world affairs. The Woodrow Wilson Center is a nonpartisan 
institution that is supported by a combination of public and 
private funds.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $10,225,000 for salaries and 
expenses of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for 
Scholars, an increase of $225,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the same amount as the budget request. The 
additional amount is provided to the Center to address fixed 
cost increases and maintain key programs at their current 
levels.

           National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities


                    National Endowment for the Arts

    Established in 1965 as an independent agency of the Federal 
Government, the National Endowment for the Arts [NEA] is the 
official arts organization of the United States Government. The 
Endowment is the largest annual funder of the arts in the 
United States, helping to create regional theater, opera, 
ballet, symphony orchestras, museums and other arts 
organizations that Americans now enjoy. Since its founding, the 
National Endowment for the Arts has awarded more than 120,000 
grants that have brought the arts to Americans in communities 
both large and small. The NEA, through its competitive, peer-
reviewed grants process, uses the majority of its annual 
operating funds to award grants to non-profit organizations for 
arts education, arts outreach, artistic excellence and 
partnership agreements. In addition to those activities, State 
and jurisdictional arts agencies are awarded 40 percent of the 
Endowment's funds.

                       grants and administration

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $155,000,000
Emergency supplementals, 2009...........................      50,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     161,315,000
House allowance.........................................     170,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     161,315,000

    The Committee recommends $161,315,000 for the National 
Endowment for the Arts, an increase of $6,315,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 non-emergency funding level and the same 
amount as the budget request. The Committee has agreed with the 
proposal to reinstate four seats on the National Council on the 
Arts and has included language in title IV, general provisions, 
of the bill to effect that change. The table at the back of the 
report displays the distribution of funds among the agency's 
various activities.

                 National Endowment for the Humanities

    The National Endowment for the Humanities [NEH] was 
established by the 1965 National Foundation on the Arts and 
Humanities Act as an independent Federal agency of the United 
States Government dedicated to supporting research, education, 
preservation, and public programs in the humanities. Today, it 
is the largest funder of humanities programs in the Nation. 
NEH's longstanding tradition of a peer-reviewed competitive 
grant process is designed to ensure that the most meritorious 
projects are funded. Typically, NEH grants are used to support 
cultural institutions, such as museums, archives, libraries, 
colleges, universities, public television and radio, and 
individual scholars. The NEH, through its State-Federal 
partnership, also provides grants to State humanities councils 
in all 50 States and the 6 territories.

                       grants and administration

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $155,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     161,315,000
House allowance.........................................     170,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     161,315,000

    The Committee recommends $161,315,000 for grants and 
administration of the National Endowment for the Humanities, an 
increase of $6,315,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level 
and the same amount as the budget request. Administration of 
the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs program is 
continued through the Commission of Fine Arts rather than 
transferred to the National Endowment for the Humanities, as 
proposed in the budget request. The table at the back of the 
report displays the distribution of funds among the Endowment's 
various activities.

                        Commission of Fine Arts

    The Commission of Fine Arts was established in 1910 to fill 
the need for a permanent agency whose members would be 
qualified to make available to the Government expert opinion on 
questions of art and architecture. The Commission's mission, as 
design proposals are brought before it, is to safeguard and 
improve the appearance and symbolic significance of the city as 
a capital. The Commission provides knowledgeable advice on 
matters pertaining to architecture, landscape architecture, 
sculpture, painting, and the decorative arts to all branches 
and departments of the Federal and District of Columbia 
governments when such matters affect the National Capital. The 
Commission also must approve of the site and design of all 
commemorative works and memorials erected in the District. The 
Commission advises on the design of circulating and 
commemorative coinage and must approve the siting and design 
for national memorials, both in the United States and on 
foreign soil, in accordance with the American Battle Monuments 
Act and the Commemorative Works Act. The Commission also 
administers the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs 
program, which was created by Congress to assist nonprofit 
cultural entities in Washington, DC.

                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $2,234,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       2,294,000
House allowance.........................................       2,294,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,294,000

    The Committee recommends $2,294,000 for the Commission of 
Fine Arts, an increase of $60,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and the same amount as the budget request. 
Additional funds are provided to meet the uncontrollable cost 
increases of pay, benefits, and other escalating operational 
expenses. In agreement with the request, the Committee has 
included language in the bill providing the Commission with the 
authority to accept material gifts pertaining to the history 
and design of the national capital for purposes of artistic 
display, study and education.

               national capital arts and cultural affairs

    The National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs program was 
established by Public Law 99-190 to provide grants for general 
operating support to District of Columbia nonprofit arts and 
other cultural organizations. In fiscal year 1988, 
administrative responsibility for the program was transferred 
from the National Endowment for the Humanities to the 
Commission of Fine Arts. Currently, this program helps support 
24 nationally renowned organizations in the Nation's Capital by 
providing funding for operating expenses, jobs, exhibits, and 
performances that might not have been possible otherwise.

                       GRANTS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $9,500,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   \1\10,000,000
House allowance.........................................      10,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       9,500,000

\1\Proposed to be funded through the NEH in the administration's fiscal 
year 2010 budget request.
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                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $9,500,000 for the National 
Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs program, a decrease of 
$500,000 from the budget request and the same amount as the 
current year enacted level. The Committee does not support the 
administration's proposal to return the administrative 
functions of this program to the National Endowment for the 
Humanities, where it was formerly housed, nor does it support 
the proposed changes in the structure of the program. The 
economic downturn of the past year has left many nonprofit arts 
and cultural institutions struggling financially. In the 
Committee's view, there is no compelling reason at this time to 
consider major changes to the program that might add to the 
fiscal uncertainty faced by these organizations.

               Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $5,948,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       5,908,000
House allowance.........................................       5,908,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,908,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 established 
the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation as an independent 
Federal agency. The Council's mission is to promote the 
preservation, enhancement, and productive use of our Nation's 
historic resources, and advise the President and Congress on 
national historic preservation policy. It also provides a forum 
for discussion of Federal activities, programs, and policies 
that affect historic properties. One of the principal 
responsibilities of the Council is to implement Section 106 of 
the National Historic Preservation Act, which requires that the 
Council be given an opportunity to comment on the impacts of 
projects or actions undertaken by other Federal agencies on 
sites or structures eligible for inclusion in the National 
Register of Historic Places.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $5,908,000 for the Advisory 
Council on Historic Preservation, which is an increase of 
$410,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, and the same 
as the budget request.

                  National Capital Planning Commission


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $8,328,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       8,507,000
House allowance.........................................       8,507,000
Committee recommendation................................       8,507,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The National Capital Planning Commission [NCPC] was 
established in 1924 as a park planning agency. Two years later, 
the Agency's role was expanded to included comprehensive 
planning. The National Capital Planning Act of 1952 designated 
the NCPC as the central planning agency for the Federal 
Government in the National Capital Region. Major functions and 
responsibilities include comprehensive planning for the 
Nation's Capital; an annual assessment of all proposed Federal 
capital improvements in the national capital region; the review 
of proposed Federal development projects; and representation of 
the Federal interest in local and regional planning 
initiatives.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $8,507,000 for salaries and 
expenses of the National Capital Planning Commission, an 
increase of $179,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level 
and the same amount as the budget request. Additional funds are 
provided to assist the Commission in meeting the uncontrollable 
cost increases associated with salaries, benefits, and 
operations.

                United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


                       holocaust memorial museum

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $47,260,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      48,551,000
House allowance.........................................      48,551,000
Committee recommendation................................      49,122,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum was created by 
Congress in 1980 through Public Law 96-388 with the mandate to 
operate and maintain a permanent living memorial museum to the 
victims of the Holocaust; provide appropriate ways for the 
Nation to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust through the 
annual national civic observances known as the Days of 
Remembrance; and carry out the recommendations of the 
President's Commission on the Holocaust. The building that 
houses the museum was constructed with private funds and opened 
to the public in 1993. Since that time, the museum has 
attracted four to five times the number of expected visitors 
and has been highly successful in its fundraising efforts. 
Private contributions comprise nearly 50 percent of the 
museum's annual operating budget.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $49,122,000 for the U.S. Holocaust 
Memorial Museum, an increase of $1,862,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $571,000 above the budget request. 
The additional amount is provided to restore exhibition 
development funds to the current year enacted level of 
$1,264,000. The Committee notes that Federal support for this 
activity has remained at this same level for more than a 
decade, while the costs of labor and building materials have 
escalated considerably. The Committee does not agree to a 
proposed reduction that would further diminish the museum's 
purchasing power.
    Following the recent tragic shooting at the Holocaust 
Museum, immediate action has been taken by officials to 
implement additional security measures. Support beyond that 
identified in the current budget request will be required, 
however, to sustain these changes in fiscal year 2010. In 
response to this need, the Committee has included an amount of 
$550,000 above the budget request to fund the costs associated 
with an increase in the museum's guard force, as well as the 
purchase additional equipment.

                             Presidio Trust


                          PRESIDIO TRUST FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $17,450,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      17,230,000
House allowance.........................................      23,200,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,230,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    Upon deciding that the U.S. Army would end its 148-year 
presence at the Presidio, Congress created the Presidio Trust 
as part of the Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 
1996. The Trust's mission is to preserve and enhance the 
natural, cultural, scenic, and recreational resources of the 
Presidio for public use in perpetuity, and to achieve long-term 
financial sustainability through rental, lease, and other 
revenues derived from the use of Presidio buildings and spaces. 
The Trust manages the interior 80 percent of Presidio lands 
(known as Area B), including most buildings and infrastructure. 
The National Park Service manages coastal areas (known as Area 
A) as part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. 
Appropriations for the Trust are expected to decline from year 
to year, and to cease entirely at or before the end of fiscal 
year 2012.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $17,230,000 for the Presidio 
Trust, a decrease of $220,000 from the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and the same as the budget request.

                Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $2,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       3,000,000
House allowance.........................................       2,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $3,000,000. 
This amount is $1,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level, and 
the same amount as the budget request.

                          CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     $16,000,000
House allowance.........................................      10,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      16,000,000

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $16,000,000 
for the ``Capital Construction'' account, the same amount as 
the budget request.

                                TITLE IV

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    The Committee has recommended inclusion of several general 
provisions in the bill including the following:
    Sec. 401. Provides that contracts which provide consulting 
services be a matter of public record and available for public 
review, except where otherwise provided by law.
    Sec. 402. Provides that appropriations available in the 
bill shall not be used to produce literature or otherwise 
promote public support of a legislative proposal on which 
legislative action is not complete. The provision has been 
modified to make clear that it does not restrict authorized 
communications with Congress.
    Sec. 403. Provides that appropriations made available in 
this bill cannot be used to provide a cook, chauffeur, or other 
personal servants.
    Sec. 404. Retains language carried in prior years with 
regard to assessments for Government-wide, departmental, 
agency, or bureau functions.
    Sec. 405. Limits the actions of the Forest Service and the 
Bureau of Land Management with regard to the sale of giant 
sequoia trees to a manner consistent with such sales as were 
conducted in fiscal year 2008.
    Sec. 406. Retains mining patent moratorium carried in 
previous years.
    Sec. 407. Continues a provision regarding the payment of 
contract support costs.
    Sec. 408. Continues a provision providing that the 
Secretary of Agriculture shall not be considered in violation 
of certain provisions of the Forest and Rangeland Renewable 
Resources Planning Act solely because more than 15 years have 
passed without revision of a forest plan, provided that the 
Secretary is working in good faith to complete the plan 
revision within available funds.
    Sec. 409. Prohibits oil, natural gas, and mining related 
activities within current national monument boundaries, except 
where such activities are allowed under the presidential 
proclamation establishing the monument.
    Sec. 410. Provides the Secretary of Agriculture and the 
Secretary of the Interior the authority to enter into 
reciprocal agreements with foreign nations concerning the 
personal liability of firefighters.
    Sec. 411. Allows the Secretary of Agriculture and the 
Secretary of the Interior to consider local contractors when 
awarding contracts for certain activities on public lands.
    Sec. 412. Continues language prohibiting Federal funds 
being spent for competitive sourcing and related activities at 
the Forest Service.
    Sec. 413. Restricts funding appropriated for acquisition of 
land or interests in land from being used for declarations of 
taking or complaints in condemnation.
    Sec. 414. Provides $8,000,000 to continue environmental 
remediation activities at the Hunter's Point Naval Shipyard in 
San Francisco, California and authorizes the transfer of funds 
from the Environmental Protection Agency to the Department of 
the Navy.
    Sec. 415. Extends certain authorities allowing the Forest 
Service and Bureau of Land Management to renew grazing permits 
or leases.
    Sec. 416. Continues a long standing requirement in Alaska 
that IHS funds be made available only to regional Alaska Native 
health organizations and those Native entities with contracts 
or compacts with the Service entered into prior to May 1, 2006, 
in order to make the most cost effective use possible of scarce 
IHS funds for provision of health services.
    Sec. 417. Addresses timber sales involving Alaska western 
red cedar. Mills which process western red cedar in the Pacific 
Northwest have an insufficient supply of western red cedar, and 
the national forest in southeast Alaska sometimes has a 
surplus. This provision continues a program by which Alaska's 
surplus western red cedar is made available preferentially to 
U.S. domestic mills outside Alaska, prior to export abroad.
    Sec. 418. Colorado Cooperative Conservation Authority. 
Extends the ability of the State of Colorado to work 
cooperatively on Forest Service lands until fiscal year 2011.
    Sec. 419. Expands the National Council on the Arts 
membership from 14 to 18.
    Sec. 420. Prohibits EPA from regulating certain livestock 
emissions under the Clean Air Act.
    Sec. 421. Prohibits EPA from requiring reporting of 
greenhouse gas emissions from manure management systems 
emitting less than 25,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent per 
year.
    Sec. 422. Provides for funding in the amounts specified in 
the table titled ``Congressionally Directed Spending Items'' 
included in the Committee report accompanying this act.

  COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7, RULE XVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Rule XVI, paragraph 7 requires that every report on a 
general appropriation bill filed by the Committee must identify 
each recommended amendment which proposes an item of 
appropriation which is not made to carry out the provisions of 
an existing law, a treaty stipulation, or an act or resolution 
previously passed by the Senate during that session.
    Those items are as follows:
  --Sums provided to the Bureau of Land Management for 
        management of lands and resources, land acquisition, 
        construction and maintenance, and loans to States.
  --Sums provided to the Bureau of Land Management to 
        inventory, manage, and improve rangelands for domestic 
        livestock grazing pursuant to Public Law 95-514, the 
        Public Rangeland Improvement Act of 1978.
  --$204,964,000 for the endangered species program, U.S. Fish 
        and Wildlife Service.
  --Sums provided to the Fish and Wildlife service for coastal 
        wetlands planning, protection, and restoration.
  --Sums provided for the Yukon River Restoration and 
        Enhancement Fund, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 
        pursuant to the Fisheries Act of 1995.
  --Sums provided to the Fish and Wildlife Service for the 
        conservation and protection of marine mammals pursuant 
        to Public Law 103-238, the Marine Mammal Protection Act 
        Amendments of 1994.
  --Sums provided for Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration 
        grants.
  --Sums provided to the Fish and Wildlife Service pursuant to 
        the Klamath River Basin Fishery Resources Restoration 
        Act; Fisheries Restoration Irrigation Mitigation Act; 
        and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation 
        Establishment Act.
  --Sums provided to the National Park Service for acquisition 
        of lands and interests in the San Juan Island National 
        Historical Park.
  --Sums provided to the U.S. Geological Survey for the 
        National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program.
  --Sums provided to the Bureau of Indian Affairs pursuant to 
        The Tribal Colleges or Universities Assistance Act of 
        1978; The Indian Tribal Justice Act; Indian Child 
        Protection and Family Violence Act; and The No Child 
        Left Behind Act.
  --$1,308,591,000 for the hazardous substances Superfund.
  --$15,000,000 for State and tribal assistance grants: Alaska 
        Native Villages.
  --$2,100,000,000 for State and tribal assistance grants: 
        Clean Water SRF.
  --$1,387,000,000 for State and tribal assistance grants: 
        Drinking Water SRF.
  --Sums provided pursuant to the Clean Air Act, Radon 
        Abatement Act, Clean Water Act, BEACH Act, Safe 
        Drinking Water Act, Solid Waste Disposal Act [RCRA], 
        Toxic Substances Control Act, Pollution Prevention Act, 
        and the Indian Environmental General Assistance Program 
        Act.
  --$2,000,000 for matching funds for projects of the National 
        Forest Foundation, U.S. Forest Service.
  --$161,315,000 for the National Endowment for the Arts.
  --$161,315,000 for the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on June 25, 2009, 
the Committee ordered reported en bloc H.R. 2847, making 
appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, and 
science, and related agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 2010, and subject to its receipt from the House, 
H.R. 2996, making appropriations for the Department of the 
Interior, environment and related agencies for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 2009, with each subject to amendment and 
consistent with the budget allocations, and authorized the 
chairman of the committee or the chairman of the subcommittee 
to offer the text of the Senate-reported bill as a committee 
amendment in the nature of a substitute to the House companion 
measure, by a recorded vote of 30-0, a quorum being present. 
The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Inouye
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Johnson
Ms. Landrieu
Mr. Reed
Mr. Lautenberg
Mr. Nelson
Mr. Pryor
Mr. Tester
Mr. Specter
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. Brownback
Mr. Alexander
Ms. Collins
Mr. Voinovich
Ms. Murkowski

 COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 12, RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Paragraph 12 of rule XXVI requires that Committee reports 
on a bill or joint resolution repealing or amending any statute 
or part of any statute include ``(a) the text of the statute or 
part thereof which is proposed to be repealed; and (b) a 
comparative print of that part of the bill or joint resolution 
making the amendment and of the statute or part thereof 
proposed to be amended, showing by stricken-through type and 
italics, parallel columns, or other appropriate typographical 
devices the omissions and insertions which would be made by the 
bill or joint resolution if enacted in the form recommended by 
the committee.''
    In compliance with this rule, the following changes in 
existing law proposed to be made by the bill are shown as 
follows: existing law to be omitted is enclosed in black 
brackets; new matter is printed in italic; and existing law in 
which no change is proposed is shown in roman.

                          TITLE 20--EDUCATION


  Chapter 26--Support and Scholarship in Humanities and Arts; Museum 
                                Services


    Subchapter I--National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities


Sec. 955. National Council on the Arts

(a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


(b) Appointment and composition of Council

    (1) The Council shall be composed of members as follows:

            (A) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

            (C) [14] 18 members appointed by the President, by 
        and with the advice and consent of the Senate, who 
        shall be selected--

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

(d) Meetings of Council; quorum; written records

    (1) The Council shall meet at the call of the Chairperson 
but not less often than twice during each calendar year. 
[Eight] Ten members of the Council shall constitute a quorum. 
All policy meetings of the Council shall be open to the public.
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                         TITLE 43--PUBLIC LANDS


                 CHAPTER 31--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


Sec. 1473. Acceptance of contributions from private and public sources 
                    by Mineral Management Service

    In fiscal year 1987 and thereafter, the Minerals Management 
Service is authorized to accept land, buildings, equipment and 
other contributions, from public and private sources, which 
shall be available for the purposes provided for in this 
account, including, [in fiscal years 2008 and 2009 only] in 
fiscal years 2008, 2009, and 2010 only, contributions of money 
and services to conduct work in support of the orderly 
exploration and development of Outer Continental Shelf 
resources, including but not limited to, preparation of 
environmental documents such as impact statements and 
assessments, studies, and related research.
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   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999, PUBLIC LAW 106-113


                         APPENDIX C--H.R. 3423


                  TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


             General Provisions, Department of the Interior

    Sec. 120. All properties administered by the National Park 
Service at Fort Baker, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, 
and leases, concessions, permits and other agreements 
associated with those properties, hereafter shall be exempt 
from all taxes and special assessments, except sales tax, by 
the State of California and its political subdivisions, 
including the County of Marin and the City of Sausalito. [Such 
areas of Fort Baker shall remain under exclusive Federal 
jurisdiction.]
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  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 
                        2001, PUBLIC LAW 106-291


                     TITLE III--GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Sec. 331. Federal and State Cooperative Watershed 
Restoration and Protection in Colorado. (a) Use of Colorado 
State Forest Service.--Until [September 30, 2009] September 30, 
2014, the Secretary of Agriculture, via cooperative agreement 
or contract (including sole source contract) as appropriate, 
may permit the Colorado State Forest Service to perform 
watershed restoration and protection services on National 
Forest System lands in the State of Colorado when similar and 
complementary watershed restoration and protection services are 
being performed by the State Forest Service on adjacent State 
or private lands. The types of services that may be extended to 
National Forest System lands include treatment of insect 
infected trees, reduction of hazardous fuels, and other 
activities to restore or improve watersheds or fish and 
wildlife habitat across ownership boundaries.
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  DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 
                        2004, PUBLIC LAW 108-108


                     TITLE III--GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Sec. 325. A grazing permit or lease issued by the Secretary 
of the Interior or a grazing permit issued by the Secretary of 
Agriculture where National Forest System lands are involved 
that expires, is transferred, or waived during [fiscal years 
2004-2008] fiscal year 2010 shall be renewed under section 402 
of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976, as 
amended (43 U.S.C. 1752), section 19 of the Granger-Thye Act, 
as amended (16 U.S.C. 5801), title III of the Bankhead-Jones 
Farm Tenant Act (7 U.S.C. 1010 et seq.), or, if applicable, 
section 510 of the California Desert Protection Act (16 U.S.C. 
410aaa-50). The terms and conditions contained in the expired, 
transferred, or waived permit or lease shall continue in effect 
under the renewed permit or lease until such time as the 
Secretary of the Interior or Secretary of Agriculture as 
appropriate completes processing of such permit or lease in 
compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, at which 
time such permit or lease may be canceled, suspended or 
modified, in whole or in part, to meet the requirements of such 
applicable laws and regulations. Nothing in this section shall 
be deemed to alter the statutory authority of the Secretary of 
the Interior or the Secretary of Agriculture: Provided, That 
where National Forest System lands are involved and the 
Secretary of Agriculture has renewed an expired or waived 
grazing permit prior to fiscal year 2004, the terms and 
conditions of the renewed grazing permit shall remain in effect 
until such time as the Secretary of Agriculture completes 
processing of the renewed permit in compliance with all 
applicable laws and regulations or until the expiration of the 
renewed permit, whichever comes first. Upon completion of the 
processing, the permit may be canceled, suspended or modified, 
in whole or in part, to meet the requirements of applicable 
laws and regulations: Provided further, That beginning in 
November 2004, and every year thereafter, the Secretaries of 
the Interior and Agriculture shall report to Congress the 
extent to which they are completing analysis required under 
applicable laws prior to the expiration of grazing permits, and 
beginning in May 2004, and every two years thereafter, the 
Secretaries shall provide Congress recommendations for 
legislative provisions necessary to ensure all permit renewals 
are completed in a timely manner. The legislative 
recommendations provided shall be consistent with the funding 
levels requested in the Secretaries' budget proposals: Provided 
further, That notwithstanding section 504 of the Rescissions 
Act (109 Stat. 212), the Secretaries in their sole discretion 
determine the priority and timing for completing required 
environmental analysis of grazing allotments based on the 
environmental significance of the allotments and funding 
available to the Secretaries for this purpose: Provided 
further, That any Federal lands included within the boundary of 
Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area, as designated by the 
Secretary of the Interior on April 5, 1990 (Lake Roosevelt 
Cooperative Management Agreement), that were utilized as of 
March 31, 1997, for grazing purposes pursuant to a permit 
issued by the National Park Service, the person or persons so 
utilizing such lands as of March 31, 1997, shall be entitled to 
renew said permit under such terms and conditions as the 
Secretary may prescribe, for the lifetime of the permittee or 
20 years, whichever is less.
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 YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK PAYMENTS, RANCHO CORRAL DE TIERRA GOLDEN GATE 
     NATIONAL RECREATION AREA, AND REDWOOD NATIONAL PARK BOUNDARY 
                 ADJUSTMENTS, 2005, PUBLIC LAW 109-131


          TITLE I--YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK AUTHORIZED PAYMENTS


SEC. 101. PAYMENTS FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES.

    (a) In General.--(1) For fiscal years 2006 through [2009] 
2013, the Secretary of the Interior may provide funds to the 
Bass Lake Joint Union Elementary School District and the 
Mariposa Unified School District in the State of California for 
educational services to students--
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       CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2008, PUBLIC LAW 110-161


   DIVISION F--DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ENVIRONMENT, AND RELATED 
                   AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2008


                                TITLE I


                       DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR


                        Department-Wide Programs


                    CENTRAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS FUND

    For necessary expenses of the Department of the Interior 
and any of its component offices and bureaus for the remedial 
action, including associated activities, of hazardous waste 
substances, pollutants, or contaminants pursuant to the 
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and 
Liability Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 9601 et seq.), $9,954,000, 
to remain available until expended: Provided, That hereafter, 
notwithstanding 31 U.S.C. 3302, sums recovered from or paid by 
a party [in advance of or as reimbursement for remedial action 
or response activities conducted by the Department pursuant to 
section 107 or 113(f) of such Act] including any fines or 
penalties, shall be credited to this account, to be available 
until expended without further appropriation: Provided further, 
That hereafter such sums recovered from or paid by any party 
are not limited to monetary payments and may include stocks, 
bonds or other personal or real property, which may be 
retained, liquidated, or otherwise disposed of by the Secretary 
and which shall be credited to this account.
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     OMNIBUS PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT ACT OF 2009, PUBLIC LAW 111-11


                  TITLE VIII--NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS


           Subtitle A--Designation of National Heritage Areas

SEC. 8004. NORTHERN PLAINS NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA, NORTH DAKOTA.

    (a) Definitions.--In this section:

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (f) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (g) Requirements for Inclusion of Private Property in 
Heritage Area.--
            (1) Notification and consent requirement.--No 
        privately owned property shall be preserved, conserved, 
        or promoted by the management plan for the Heritage 
        Area until the later of the date on which--
                    (A) the management entity of the Heritage 
                Area submits to the owner of the private 
                property a written notification of the proposed 
                preservation, conservation, or promotion; and
                    (B) the owner of the private property 
                provides to the management entity written 
                consent for the preservation, conservation, or 
                promotion.
            (2) Landowner withdrawal.--Private property 
        included within the boundary of the Heritage Area shall 
        immediately be withdrawn from the Heritage Area if the 
        owner of the property submits a written notice to the 
        management entity.
    [(g)] (h) Evaluation; Report.--
            (1) In General.--Not later than 3 years before the 
        date on which authority for Federal funding terminates 
        for the Heritage Area under [subsection (i)] subsection 
        (j), the Secretary shall--

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(h)] (i) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(i)] (j) * * *
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    With respect to this bill, it is the opinion of the 
Committee that it is necessary to dispense with these 
requirements in order to expedite the business of the 
Senate. deg.

                        BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL


  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount  of   Committee    Amount  of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the budget resolution
 for 2010: Subcommittee on the Interior, environment, and
 related agencies:
    Mandatory...............................................          442          442          443       \1\443
    Discretionary...........................................       32,100       32,100       34,278    \1\34,273
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2010....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........    \2\20,151
    2011....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        6,983
    2012....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        2,884
    2013....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        1,092
    2014 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........          745
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA        8,106           NA        2,811
 2010.......................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

         DISCLOSURE OF CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS

    The Constitution vests in the Congress the power of the 
purse. The Committee believes strongly that Congress should 
make the decisions on how to allocate the people's money.
    As defined in Rule XLIV of the Standing Rules of the 
Senate, the term ``congressional directed spending item'' means 
a provision or report language included primarily at the 
request of a Senator, providing, authorizing, or recommending a 
specific amount of discretionary budget authority, credit 
authority, or other spending authority for a contract, loan, 
loan guarantee, grant, loan authority, or other expenditure 
with or to an entity, or targeted to a specific State, locality 
or congressional district, other than through a statutory or 
administrative, formula-driven, or competitive award process.
    For each item, a Member is required to provide a 
certification that neither the Member nor the Senator's 
immediate family has a pecuniary interest in such 
congressionally directed spending item. Such certifications are 
available to the public on the website of the Senate Committee 
on Appropriations (www.appropriations.senate.gov/senators.cfm).
    Following is a list of congressionally directed spending 
items included in the Senate recommendation discussed in this 
report, along with the name of each Senator who submitted a 
request to the Committee of jurisdiction for each item so 
identified. Neither the Committee recommendation nor this 
report contains any limited tax benefits or limited tariff 
benefits as defined in rule XLIV.

                                                                             CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Agency                                Account                      State                          Project                           Amount             Requesting Senator(s)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bureau of Land Management........  Management of Land and Resources.........  NV........  Redband Trout and Salmon habitat assessment and           $300,000  Reid
                                                                                           restoration.
Bureau of Land Management........  Management of Land and Resources.........  UT........  Utah Rural Cadastral Data Program.................        $300,000  Bennett
Bureau of Land Management........  Construction.............................  NV........  California National Historic Trail Interpretive         $2,000,000  Reid
                                                                                           Center.
Bureau of Land Management........  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  California Wilderness.............................      $1,000,000  Feinstein
Bureau of Land Management........  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Johnson Canyon ACEC...............................      $1,500,000  Feinstein
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  CA........  National Academy of Sciences California Delta             $750,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           Study.
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  HI........  Hawaii invasive species management................      $1,250,000  Akaka; Inouye
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  HI........  Palmyra Atoll NWR rat eradication.................      $1,200,000  Akaka; Inouye
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  ME........  Maine lakes invasive species/habitat restoration..        $500,000  Collins; Snowe
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  MS........  Mississippi State Natural Resources Economic              $350,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           Enterprise Program.
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  NV........  Lahontan Cutthroat Trout..........................        $350,000  Reid
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  TX........  Caddo Lake Institute of Texas.....................        $150,000  Hutchison
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Resource Management......................  WV........  National Conservation Training Center.............        $750,000  Byrd
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  CA........  Don Edwards SF Bay NWR............................      $4,000,000  Feinstein
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  HI........  Kilauea Point NWR.................................      $1,000,000  Inouye
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  MS........  Theodore Roosevelt NWR............................      $2,000,000  Cochran; Wicker
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  NV........  Nevada water catchments...........................        $150,000  Reid
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  WV........  Canaan Valley NWR.................................        $500,000  Byrd
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  WV........  Ohio River Islands NWR............................        $800,000  Byrd
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Construction.............................  WV........  White Sulphur Springs NFH.........................      $1,500,000  Byrd
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  CT........  Stewart McKinney National Wildlife Refuge.........      $2,000,000  Dodd, Lieberman
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  CT, MA,     Silvio Conte National Wildlife Refuge.............        $750,000  Dodd; Gregg; Kennedy; Kerry;
                                                                               VT, NH.                                                                         Leahy; Lieberman, Shaheen
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  FL........  Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge............      $1,500,000  Martinez; Nelson, Bill
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  HI........  James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge...........      $6,900,000  Akaka; Inouye
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  IA........  Driftless Area National Wildlife Refuge...........        $450,000  Harkin
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  KY........  Clarks River NWR..................................        $750,000  McConnell
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  LA........  Red River National Wildlife Refuge................        $500,000  Landrieu
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  ME........  Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge....      $1,000,000  Collins; Snowe
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  NE........  Rainwater Basin Wetlands Management District......        $500,000  Nelson, Ben
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  NH........  Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge.............      $1,000,000  Gregg; Shaheen
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  NJ........  Wallkill National Wildlife Refuge.................      $2,800,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  PA........  Cherry Valley National Wildlife Refuge............        $500,000  Casey; Specter
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  RI........  John H. Chafee National Wildlife Refuge...........        $900,000  Reed; Whitehouse
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  UT........  Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge..................        $800,000  Bennett; Hatch
Fish and Wildlife Service........  Land Acquisition.........................  WA........  Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge.................      $2,500,000  Murray
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  CA........  Angel Island Immigration Station, Public Law 109-       $1,000,000  Boxer; Feinstein
                                                                                           119.
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  CA........  Yosemite National Park schools, Public Law 109-131        $400,000  Feinstein
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  DC........  Sewall Belmont House..............................      $1,000,000  Landrieu
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  HI........  Native Hawaiian Culture & Arts Program, Public Law        $500,000  Akaka; Inouye
                                                                                           99-498.
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  HI........  National Tropical Botanical Garden, Public Law 111-       $500,000  Inouye
                                                                                             11.
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  MD, VA....  Chesapeake Bay Gateways...........................      $1,000,000  Cardin; Mikulski
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  NH........  Lamprey Wild & Scenic River, Public Law 90-542....        $200,000  Gregg; Shaheen
National Park Service............  National Recreation & Preservation.......  VT, NY....  Hudson-Fulton-Champlain Quadrecentennial, Public          $750,000  Leahy
                                                                                           Law 110-229.
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  AL........  Swayne Hall, Talladega, AL........................        $500,000  Sessions
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  CA........  Mission Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara..............        $650,000  Feinstein
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  FL........  Freedom Tower, Miami, FL..........................        $500,000  Martinez
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  IA........  Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines.................        $200,000  Harkin
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  KS........  Colonial Fox Theater, Pittsburg...................        $500,000  Brownback; Roberts
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  MI........  Big Sable Lighthouse, Luddington..................        $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  MS........  Madison County Courthouse.........................        $500,000  Cochran; Wicker
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  MS........  Medgar Evers site, Jackson........................        $250,000  Cochran
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  NV........  Lincoln County Courthouse, Pioche.................        $200,000  Reid
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  NY........  Strand Theater, Plattsburgh.......................        $200,000  Gillibrand; Schumer
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  NY........  Richard Olmsted Complex, Buffalo..................        $200,000  Gillibrand; Schumer
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  OR........  Wallowa County Courthouse, Enterprise.............        $200,000  Merkley; Wyden
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  RI........  Warwick City Hall, Warwick........................        $350,000  Reed; Whitehouse
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  SD........  State Theater, Souix Falls........................        $200,000  Johnson
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  TN........  Blount Mansion, Knoxville.........................        $250,000  Alexander
National Park Service............  Historic Preservation Fund...............  WV........  Capitol Theater, Wheeling.........................        $200,000  Byrd
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  CA........  Golden Gate National Recreation Area (Alcatraz)...      $4,000,000  Feinstein
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  CA........  Manzanar National Historical Site.................        $900,000  Feinstein
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  MA........  New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park            $1,500,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                                           (Bourne bldg).
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  MI........  Keweenaw National Historical Park (Quincy Smelting      $1,000,000  Levin
                                                                                           Works).
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  PA........  Flight 93 National Memorial.......................        $725,000  Specter
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  TN........  Great Smoky Mountains National Park (curatorial         $1,500,000  Alexander
                                                                                           facility).
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  TN........  Great Smoky Mountains National Park (Tremont/           $1,940,000  Alexander; Corker
                                                                                           Crosby water).
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  UT........  Utah Public Lands Artifact Preservation Act,            $1,000,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                           Public Law 107-329.
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  WV........  Harpers Ferry National Historical Park............        $675,000  Byrd
National Park Service............  Construction.............................  WV........  New River Gorge National River....................        $625,000  Byrd
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  AL........  Little River Canyon National Preserve.............         $22,000  Sessions
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Golden Gate National Recreation Area--Rancho            $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           Corral de Tierra.
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Mojave National Preserve, Joshua Tree NP, Death         $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           Valley NP.
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area...      $2,000,000  Feinstein
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  KY........  Cumberland Gap National Historical Park...........      $1,150,000  McConnell
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  MI........  Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore............      $1,000,000  Levin; Stabenow
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  NH........  Appalachian National Scenic Trail.................      $1,375,000  Gregg; Shaheen
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  OH........  Cuyahoga Valley National Park.....................      $4,000,000  Brown; Voinovich
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  PA........  Appalachian National Scenic Trail.................      $1,820,000  Specter
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  SC........  Congaree National Park............................      $1,370,000  Graham
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  TN........  Shiloh National Military Park.....................        $250,000  Alexander; Corker
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  TX........  Fort Davis National Historic Site.................        $500,000  Hutchison
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  VT........  Appalachian National Scenic Trail.................        $625,000  Leahy
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  WV........  Gauley River National Recreation Area.............        $500,000  Byrd
National Park Service............  Land Acquisition.........................  WV........  New River Gorge National River....................        $500,000  Byrd
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  CA........  San Diego formation mapping.......................        $900,000  Feinstein
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  CA........  San Francisco Bay Salt Ponds restoration                $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           monitoring/research.
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  HI........  Volcano research/monitoring partnership UH-Manoa/         $250,000  Inouye
                                                                                           HVO.
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  HI........  Water resources monitoring, investigations and            $500,000  Inouye; Akaka
                                                                                           research.
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  LA........  Long Term Estuary Assessment Group support........        $400,000  Landrieu
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  MD........  Coastal plain & fractured rock study..............        $500,000  Cardin; Mukulski
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  NM........  United States-Mexico transboundary aquifer                $500,000  Bingaman
                                                                                           assessment.
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  NV........  Nye County minerals assessment project............        $650,000  Reid
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  VT........  Lake Champlain Basin streamflow monitoring/toxic          $346,000  Leahy
                                                                                           studies.
U.S. Geological Survey...........  Surveys, Investigations & Research.......  WA........  Columbia River Basin, design/test monitoring              $350,000  Murray
                                                                                           protocols-invasive species.
Minerals Management Service......  Royalty and Offshore Minerals Manage-      MS........  Center for Marine Resources and Environmental             $900,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                    ment.                                                  Technology.
Bureau of Indian Affairs.........  Operation of Indian Programs.............  Multi.....  Upper Columbia United Tribes, resource management         $350,000  Cantwell; Crapo; Murray; Risch
                                                                                           program.
Bureau of Indian Affairs.........  Operation of Indian Programs.............  ND........  United Tribes Technical College...................        $400,000  Conrad; Dorgan
Bureau of Indian Affairs.........  Operation of Indian Programs.............  NM........  Navajo Technical College..........................        $200,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
Bureau of Indian Affairs.........  Operation of Indian Programs.............  SD........  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, prairie management            $500,000  Johnson
                                                                                           program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  Environmental Programs and Manage-  ment.  CA........  Increase budget request for San Francisco Bay           $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           competitive grant program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  Environmental Programs and Manage-  ment.  VT........  Increase budget request for Lake Champlain              $1,566,000  Leahy
                                                                                           environmental improvement program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  City of Kodiak for water and sewer improvements...        $300,000  Begich
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  City of Buckland for construction of a piped water        $500,000  Begich; Murkowski
                                                                                           and sewer system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  Increase budget request for the Alaska Native           $5,000,000  Murkowski
                                                                                           Villages water infrastructure program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  City of Homer for planning and design of a new            $500,000  Murkowski
                                                                                           drinking water system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  City of Soldotna for a water and wastewater               $500,000  Begich; Murkowski
                                                                                           improvements project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AK........  Municipality of Skagway for a wastewater treatment        $300,000  Begich; Murkowski
                                                                                           facility expansion project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AL........  Fayette County for the construction of a drinking       $6,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                           water reservoir.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AL........  City of Brewton for a wastewater improvements pro-        $300,000  Sessions
                                                                                            ject.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AR........  City of Forrest City for water infrastructure             $300,000  Lincoln; Pryor
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AR........  City of Dardanelle for water treatment plant expan-       $300,000  Lincoln; Pryor
                                                                                             sion.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AR........  Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority for water            $300,000  Lincoln; Pryor
                                                                                           system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AR........  City of Warren for water infrastructure                   $300,000  Lincoln; Pryor
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  AZ........  City of Safford for water infrastructure                  $300,000  Kyl
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  City of Rialto for Inland Empire groundwater              $300,000  Boxer
                                                                                           remediation and drinking water system
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  City of East Palo Alto for the East Palo Alto           $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           water supply improvement project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  City of Eureka for the Martin Slough inteceptor         $1,000,000  Boxer; Feinstein
                                                                                           pro-  ject.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  City of Santa Monica for the Santa Monica water         $1,250,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           system reliability project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  Municipal Water Disctrict of Orange County for          $1,000,000  Boxer; Feinstein
                                                                                           water supply improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  Shasta County for Elk Trail Water System                $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           Improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  City of Westminster for Stormwater System               $1,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CA........  Emissions Reduction Grants to the South Coast Air      $10,000,000  Boxer; Feinstein
                                                                                           Quality Management District and San Joaquin Air
                                                                                           Pollution Control District.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CO........  City of Monte Vista for wastewater facility               $300,000  Bennet
                                                                                           consolidation.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CO........  City of Rifle for drinking water infrastructure           $300,000  Udall, Mark
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CT........  Town of East Lyme for drinking water system               $300,000  Dodd
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  CT........  City of Norwich for wastewater treatment facility         $300,000  Dodd; Lieberman
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  DE........  New Castle County for Turkey Run interceptor              $300,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  DE........  Sussex County Council for the Johnson's Corner            $300,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                           wastewater improvement project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  FL........  St. Johns River Water Management District for the         $300,000  Martinez; Nelson, Bill
                                                                                           East-Central Florida Integrated Water Resources
                                                                                           Project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  FL........  City of Tampa for reclaimed water expansion               $300,000  Martinez; Nelson, Bill
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  GA........  Metropolitan North Georgia Water Planning District        $300,000  Chambliss
                                                                                           for watershed management and wastewater treatment
                                                                                           projects.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  GA........  City of Rome for construction of a new drinking           $300,000  Isakson
                                                                                           water transmission main.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  HI........  Maui County for Kaa Force main replacement........      $1,000,000  Inouye
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  HI........  Hawaii County for the Kapulena drinking water             $739,750  Inouye
                                                                                           source development project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  HI........  County of Kauai for the Waimea Wastewater               $1,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                           Treatment Plant expansion project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  HI........  Hawaii County for the Hawaii Ocean View Estates           $220,000  Inouye
                                                                                           drinking water source development project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  HI........  Maui County for infrastructure improvements at the      $1,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                           Kamole Water Treatment Plant.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IA........  City of Ottumwa for wastewater and stormwater             $300,000  Harkin
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IA........  City of Boone for wastewater and stormwater               $300,000  Grassley; Harkin
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IA........  City of Clinton for construction of a new                 $300,000  Grassley; Harkin
                                                                                           wastewater treatment facility.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IA........  City of Keokuk for a stormwater and sewer                 $300,000  Grassley; Harkin
                                                                                           separation project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ID........  Granite Reeder Water and Sewer District for               $300,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                           construction of a sewage collection system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ID........  City of American Falls for construction of a              $300,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                           wastewater treatment facility.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  City of Peoria for sewer and stormwater improve-          $300,000  Burris
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  Will County for Ridgewood water and wastewater            $300,000  Burris; Durbin
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  City of Decatur for water infrastructure improve-         $250,000  Durbin
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  City of Lexington for water infrastructure improve-       $100,000  Durbin
                                                                                             ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  Macoupin County for water infrastructure                  $250,000  Durbin
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IL........  City of Quincy for drinking water system                  $300,000  Durbin
                                                                                           (reallocate fy 2009 project).
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  IN........  City of Tipton for drinking water and wastewater          $300,000  Lugar
                                                                                           infrastructure upgrades project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  City of Buhler for construction of an adsorption          $600,000  Brownback
                                                                                           media drinking water treatment facility.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  City of Russell for replacement of cast iron              $400,000  Brownback
                                                                                           drinking water lines.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  City of Junction City for construction of a               $250,000  Brownback; Roberts
                                                                                           drinking water project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  City of Marion for construction of a wastewater           $150,000  Brownback
                                                                                           pro- ject.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  Pottawatomie County for construction of a main            $400,000  Brownback
                                                                                           pump wastewater station.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KS........  City of Iola for drinking water and wastewater            $300,000  Roberts
                                                                                           pipe improvements project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KY........  City of Vine Grove for construction of additional         $840,000  McConnell
                                                                                           sewer lines.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KY........  City of Burgin for upgrades to the drinking water         $340,000  McConnell
                                                                                           distribution system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KY........  Fleming County for a sewer collection expansion           $620,000  Bunning; McConnell
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KY........  City of Eubank for a water line replacement               $200,000  Bunning
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  KY........  City of Franklin for a sewer line replacement             $100,000  Bunning
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  LA........  City of Lake Charles for wastewater system                $300,000  Landrieu
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  LA........  City of Baton Rouge for East Baton Rouge Parish           $300,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                                           wastewater system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  LA........  Lafayette Utilities System for drinking water and         $300,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                                           wastewater line relocations and upgrades project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  LA........  City of Grambling for drinking water system               $300,000  Landrieu
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MA........  Cities of New Bedford and Fall River for combined         $300,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                                           sewer overflow abatement in Bristol County.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MA........  City of Marlborough for infrastucture upgrades at         $300,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                                           the Westerly Wastewater Treatment Facility.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MD........  City of Frostburg for combined sewer overflow             $300,000  Mikulski
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MD, DC, VA  Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, MD;            $1,200,000  Cardin; Mikulski; Warner
                                                                                           Washington Area Sewer Authority; Fairfax County
                                                                                           Public Works Department, VA.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ME........  City of Portland for a combined sewer overflow and      $1,250,000  Collins
                                                                                           storm water runoff improvements project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ME........  Limestone Water and Sewer District for design and         $550,000  Collins; Snowe
                                                                                           construction of new wastewater pipes and pumping
                                                                                           stations.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ME........  Town of Machias for a sewer extension construction        $300,000  Snowe
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MI........  Oakland/Macomb County Drain Drainage District for         $300,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                                           interceptor improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MI........  City of Port Huron for combined sewer overflow            $300,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MN........  City of St. Cloud for water infrastructure improve-       $300,000  Klobouchar
                                                                                             ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MN........  City of Faribault for wastewater infrastructure           $150,000  Klobouchar
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MO........  City of Lee's Summit for a wastewater                   $1,500,000  Bond
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MO........  City of New Haven for consolidation and                   $300,000  Bond
                                                                                           replacement of wastewater pump stations.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  Leflore County Board of Supervisors for a                 $143,000  Cochran
                                                                                           stormwater project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians for                   $380,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           rehabilitation of wastewater pump stations.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  City of Batesville for design and construction of         $275,000  Cochran
                                                                                           wastewater improvements projects.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  Tunica County Utility District for construction of        $400,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           a wastewater treatment facility.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  Hinds County Board of Supervisors for planning and        $300,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           design of a centralized wastewater system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  City of Pearl for rehabilitation of wastewater            $277,000  Cochran
                                                                                           gravity mains.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  City of Ridgeland for construction of a new               $200,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           potable water well.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MS........  City of Carthage for a wastewater improvements and        $275,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                           rehabilitation project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MT........  Crow Tribe in Crow Agency for wastewater                  $300,000  Baucus
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MT........  City of Bozeman for water treatment facility              $500,000  Baucus; Tester
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MT........  Butte-Silver Bow Consolidated Government for              $500,000  Baucus; Tester
                                                                                           drinking water improvements for the City of Butte.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  MT........  City of Missoula for wastewater facility improve-         $200,000  Tester
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NC........  Town of Ahoskie for wastewater system improve-            $300,000  Hagan
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NC........  Greenville Utilities Commission for construction          $300,000  Burr; Hagan
                                                                                           of a wastewater pumping station.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ND........  City of Valley City for drinking water system             $400,000  Conrad; Dorgan
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ND........  City of Washburn for drinking water treatment             $400,000  Conrad; Dorgan
                                                                                           facility upgrades.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  ND........  Stutsman Rural Water District, Stutsman County for        $400,000  Conrad; Dorgan
                                                                                           drinking water system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NE........  City of Plattsmouth for combined sewer overflow         $1,200,000  Nelson, Ben
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  City of Nashua for combined sewer overflow                $300,000  Shaheen
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  City of Berlin for replacement and upgrades of            $450,000  Gregg
                                                                                           water lines and mains.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  City of Manchester for the Phase II combined sewer        $450,000  Gregg
                                                                                           overflow abatement program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  City of Keene for a wastewater treatment facility         $300,000  Gregg; Shaheen
                                                                                           upgrades project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  Conway Village Fire District for water and                $300,000  Gregg
                                                                                           wastewater treatment extension project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NH........  Town of Winchester for a wastewater treatment             $300,000  Gregg
                                                                                           facility upgrades project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NJ........  City of New Brunswick for water pumping station           $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NJ........  City of Orange Township for drinking water system         $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NJ........  City of Hackensack for the Clay Street area               $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                           combined sewer overflow improvement project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NJ........  City of Perth Amboy for drinking water                    $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NM........  City of Portales for wastewater treatment plant           $300,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NM........  City of Carlsbad for a water reuse project........        $300,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NV........  Las Vegas Paiute Tribe for water infrastructure           $550,000  Reid
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NV........  City of Carson City for the Marlette-Hobart water         $350,000  Ensign; Reid
                                                                                           system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NV........  City of Boulder City for water infrastructure             $290,000  Reid
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NV........  City of Fernley for a wastewater infrastructure           $300,000  Ensign, Reid
                                                                                           pro-  ject.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NY........  Nassau County for Bay Park STP outfall project....        $300,000  Gillibrand; Schumer
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  NY........  Saratoga Hospital in Saratoga, NY for water supply        $300,000  Schumer
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OH........  City of Fremont for combined sewer overflow               $500,000  Brown; Voinovich
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OH........  Belmont County Commissioners for construction of          $400,000  Voinovich
                                                                                           sanitary sewer system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OH........  Knox County for construction of wastewater                $400,000  Voinovich
                                                                                           collection and treatment system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OH........  City of Fostoria for the planning, design and             $500,000  Voinovich
                                                                                           construction of a new sanitary pump station and
                                                                                           force main.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OK........  City of Enid for planning, design and construction        $300,000  Inhofe
                                                                                           of a wastewater treatment plant.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OR........  Umatilla County for Milton-Freewater stormwater           $300,000  Merkley; Wyden
                                                                                           system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  OR........  City of Vernonia wastewater system improvements...        $300,000  Merkley; Wyden
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  PA........  Allegheny County Sanitary Authority for the Three         $225,000  Casey; Specter
                                                                                           Rivers Wet Weather Demonstration Program.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  PA........  Westmoreland County Industrial Development                $300,000  Casey; Specter
                                                                                           Corporation for wastewater infrastructure
                                                                                           replacement.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  PA........  Chester County Economic Development Council for           $225,000  Specter
                                                                                           the Upper Worthington Infrastructure Improvement
                                                                                           Project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  PA........  City of Reading for expansion of wastewater               $225,000  Casey; Specter
                                                                                           infrastructure.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  PA........  York City Sewer Authority for wastewater                  $225,000  Casey; Specter
                                                                                           infrastruc-  ture.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  RI........  City of Cranston for wastewater infrastructure....        $400,000  Reed; Whitehouse
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  RI........  Town of North Providence for storm water                  $400,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  RI........  City of East Providence for drinking water                $400,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  RI........  City of Newport for water infrastructure improve-         $300,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  SC........  Laurens Commission of Public Works for                    $300,000  Graham
                                                                                           construction of a pump station, water lines and
                                                                                           water tank.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  SD........  City of Elk Point for water and wastewater                $400,000  Johnson
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  SD........  City of Lead for water and wastewater                     $400,000  Johnson
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  SD........  City of Rapid City for wastewater infrastructure          $300,000  Johnson; Thune
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  SD........  Brant Lake Sanitary District for wastewater               $400,000  Johnson
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  City of Tusculum for planning, design and                 $500,000  Alexander; Corker
                                                                                           construction of a wastewater treatment facility
                                                                                           and collection system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  Henry County for construction of a drinking water         $500,000  Alexander; Corker
                                                                                           system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  Dickson County Water Authority for construction of        $250,000  Alexander
                                                                                           a drinking water system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  Campbell County for construction of a connection          $500,000  Alexander
                                                                                           between utility districts and a drinking water
                                                                                           system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  Hancock County for a drinking water extension proj-       $500,000  Alexander; Corker
                                                                                             ect.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TN........  City of Harrogate for sewer collection system             $300,000  Corker
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Nacogdoches for construction of two               $500,000  Hutchison
                                                                                           detention ponds.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Temple for construction of a wastewater           $300,000  Hutchison
                                                                                           main line and wastewater interceptor.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Lufkin for design and construction of             $400,000  Cornyn; Hutchison
                                                                                           drinking water infrastructure, storage and
                                                                                           treatment capa-  city.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Beaumont for a sewer line rehabilitation          $400,000  Hutchison
                                                                                           pro-  ject.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Lubbock for a treated drinking water              $200,000  Cornyn; Hutchison
                                                                                           pipeline project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  TX........  City of Round Rock for planning, design and               $300,000  Cornyn
                                                                                           construction of a regional water supply system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  UT........  City of Taylorsville for stormwater infrastructure        $500,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                           improvements and upgrades.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  UT........  Draper City for construction of a culinary                $500,000  Bennett
                                                                                           reservoir.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  UT........  City of Lindon for channel improvements in a              $500,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                           stormwater detention and management area.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  UT........  Clearfield City for a drinking water and                  $300,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                           wastewater improvements project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  UT........  South Salt Lake City for a waterline replacement          $300,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                           project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  VA........  Caroline County for the Dawn Community                    $300,000  Warner; Webb
                                                                                           Decentralized Wastewater System project.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  VA........  Town of Onancock for wastewater treatment system          $300,000  Warner; Webb
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  VT........  Village of Waterbury for wastewater system                $825,000  Leahy; Sanders
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  VT........  Town of Guilford for drinking water system                $375,000  Leahy
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  VT........  Ferrisburgh Fire District #1 for water                    $300,000  Sanders
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WA........  Whatcom County for stormwater system improve-             $300,000  Cantwell
                                                                                           ments.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WA........  City of Puyallap for wastewater pump and main             $500,000  Murray
                                                                                           force upgrades.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WA........  Cowlitz Public Utility District in Cowlitz County         $400,000  Murray
                                                                                           for replacement of wastewater infrastructure.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WI........  City of Janesville for wastewater treatment plant         $400,000  Kohl
                                                                                           improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WI........  Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District for the          $400,000  Kohl
                                                                                           replacement of a central sewer system.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WI........  City of Waukesha Water Utility for drinking water         $400,000  Kohl
                                                                                           system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WV........  Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission of organic      $1,200,000  Brown; Byrd
                                                                                           detection system improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WV........  Town of Moorefield for wastewater treatment             $2,500,000  Byrd
                                                                                           facility upgrades.
Environmental Protection Agency..  State and Tribal Assistance Grants.......  WV........  Marshall County Sewerage District for wastewater          $800,000  Byrd
                                                                                           infrastructure improvements.
Environmental Protection Agency..  Other....................................  CA........  Hunters Point Naval Shipyard environmental cleanup      $8,000,000  Feinstein
U.S. Forest Service..............  Forest and Rangeland Research............  MS........  Increase budget request for the Center for                $400,000  Cochran
                                                                                           Bottomlands Hardwood Research.
U.S. Forest Service..............  National Forest System...................  AK........  Increase budget request for the Tongass National        $1,250,000  Begich; Murkowski
                                                                                           Forest timber pipeline program.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      HI........  Increase budget request for construction of a           $1,840,000  Akaka; Inouye
                                    Facilities.                                            Forest Service research facility in Hawaii.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      NV........  ..................................................        $100,000  Reid
                                    Trails.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      SD........  Relocation of the Northern Great Plains                 $1,900,000  Johnson
                                    Facilities.                                            Interagency Dispatch Center on the Black Hills
                                                                                           National Forest.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      TN........  Complete construction of a Cherokee National              $500,000  Alexander
                                    Facilities.                                            Forest work center.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      WV........  Facilities improvements on the Monongahela                $595,000  Byrd
                                    Facilities.                                            National Forest, WV.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Capital Improvement and Maintenance--      WV........  Road improvements for the Monongahela National          $1,521,000  Byrd
                                    Roads.                                                 Forest.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Angeles National Forest...........................        $750,000  Feinstein
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest..................      $2,400,000  Feinstein
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  CA........  Los Padres National Forest........................        $500,000  Feinstein
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  CO........  Uncompahgre National Forest.......................      $1,375,000  Bennet; Udall, Mark
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  GA........  Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest..............        $200,000  Chambliss
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  IN........  Hoosier National Forest...........................        $575,000  Lugar
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  KY........  Daniel Boone National Forest......................        $900,000  McConnell
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  MI........  Ottawa National Forest............................      $1,300,000  Levin; Stabenow
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  MN........  Chippewa and Superior National Forests............      $1,350,000  Klobuchar
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  MT........  Gallatin and Custer National Forests..............      $1,000,000  Tester, Baucus
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  MT........  Lewis and Clark National Forest...................      $2,000,000  Tester, Baucus
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  NM........  Gila National Forest..............................      $2,000,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  OR........  Hells Canyon National Recreation Area.............        $500,000  Wyden; Merkley
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  OR........  Siskiyou National Forest..........................        $360,000  Wyden; Merkley
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  SC........  Francis Marion National Forest....................      $1,650,000  Graham
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  SD........  Black Hills National Forest.......................        $640,000  Johnson
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  TN........  Cherokee National Forest..........................      $3,000,000  Alexander; Burr; Corker
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  UT........  Bonneville Shoreline Trail........................      $1,500,000  Bennett; Hatch
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  UT........  Dixie National Forest.............................      $2,500,000  Bennett; Hatch
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  VT........  Green Mountain National Forest....................      $2,000,000  Leahy
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  WA........  Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest--Wild Sky          $1,700,000  Murray
                                                                                           Wilderness.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  WA........  Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie/Wenatchee National Forests--       $1,625,000  Murray
                                                                                           Cascades Ecosystem.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  WI........  Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest...............      $1,125,000  Kohl
U.S. Forest Service..............  Land Acquisition.........................  WV........  Monongahela National Forest.......................      $3,150,000  Byrd
U.S. Forest Service..............  Wildland Fire Management.................  CA........  Increase budget request for California Fire Safe        $2,000,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           Councils.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Wildland Fire Management.................  CA........  Increase budget request for the Lake Tahoe              $4,000,000  Boxer; Feinstein
                                                                                           Community Fire Protection Project.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Wildland Fire Management.................  NV........  City of Reno to fund firefighting equipment for           $250,000  Reid
                                                                                           the wildland-urban interface.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  CA........  Region 5, USFS for small forest products                $2,500,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           infrastructure assistance grants.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  CA........  Calaveras (CA) Healthy Impact Product Solutions           $500,000  Feinstein
                                                                                           for a biomass utilization initiative.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  MO........  Missouri Forest Foundation for biomass                    $300,000  Bond
                                                                                           demonstration project.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  UT........  Utah Department of Agriculture for a fuels-for-           $200,000  Bennett
                                                                                           schools biomass utilization project.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  VT........  State of Vermont for the Vermont Wood Products            $500,000  Leahy
                                                                                           Collaborative.
U.S. Forest Service..............  Economic Action Program..................  WV........  Increase budget request for the Wood Education and      $1,000,000  Byrd
                                                                                           Resource Center in Princeton.
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  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2009 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2010
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                       Senate Committee recommendation compared with  (+
                                                                                                                             or -)
               Item                      2009            Budget           House          Committee    --------------------------------------------------
                                    appropriation       estimate        allowance      recommendation        2009            Budget           House
                                                                                                        appropriation       estimate        allowance
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    TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF THE

    BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Management of Lands and Resources

Land Resources:
    Soil, water and air                    40,568           58,621           58,621           58,971          +18,403             +350             +350
     management..................
    Range management.............          71,881           73,493           73,493           74,193           +2,312             +700             +700
    Forestry management..........          10,242           10,443           10,443           10,543             +301             +100             +100
    Riparian management..........          22,127           22,518           22,518           22,718             +591             +200             +200
    Cultural resources management          15,766           15,631           15,631           16,631             +865           +1,000           +1,000
    Wild horse and burro                   40,613           67,486           60,486           67,486          +26,873   ...............          +7,000
     management..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         201,197          248,192          241,192          250,542          +49,345           +2,350           +9,350

Wildlife and Fisheries:
    Wildlife management..........          35,074           35,447           36,592           35,842             +768             +395             -750
    Fisheries management.........          13,415           13,640           13,640           13,765             +350             +125             +125
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          48,489           49,087           50,232           49,607           +1,118             +520             -625

Threatened and endangered species          21,713           22,112           22,112           22,612             +899             +500             +500

Recreation Management:
    Wilderness management........          17,881           18,221           18,221           18,421             +540             +200             +200
    Recreation resources                   45,857           49,471           49,471           49,971           +4,114             +500             +500
     management..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          63,738           67,692           67,692           68,392           +4,654             +700             +700

Energy and Minerals:
    Oil and gas..................          79,478           90,336           69,336           69,336          -10,142          -21,000   ...............
    Oil and gas permit processing          36,400           45,500           45,500           45,500           +9,100   ...............  ...............
     fund........................
    (Pilot offices, sec. 365,             (21,000)  ...............         (21,000)         (21,000)  ...............        (+21,000)  ...............
     permit processing fund).....
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Oil and gas,              115,878          135,836          114,836          114,836           -1,042          -21,000   ...............
       including permit
       processing fund...........

    Oil and gas offsetting permit         -36,400          -45,500          -45,500          -45,500           -9,100   ...............  ...............
     processing fees.............
    Coal management..............           9,533            9,739            9,739            9,739             +206   ...............  ...............
    Other mineral resources......          10,402           10,614           10,614           10,614             +212   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Energy and                 99,413          110,689           89,689           89,689           -9,724          -21,000   ...............
       Minerals..................

Realty and Ownership Management:
    Alaska conveyance............          33,382           34,109           34,109           34,109             +727   ...............  ...............
    Cadastral survey.............          12,904           12,463           12,463           12,863              -41             +400             +400
    Land and realty management...          33,779           50,660           50,660           50,660          +16,881   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          80,065           97,232           97,232           97,632          +17,567             +400             +400

Resource Protection and
 Maintenance:
    Resource management planning.          48,132           48,961           48,961           49,961           +1,829           +1,000           +1,000
    Resource protection and law            27,525           27,957           27,957           28,957           +1,432           +1,000           +1,000
     enforcement.................
    Hazardous materials                    16,894           17,159           17,159           17,159             +265   ...............  ...............
     management..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          92,551           94,077           94,077           96,077           +3,526           +2,000           +2,000

Transportation and Facilities
 Maintenance:
    Operations...................           5,984            6,067            6,067            6,067              +83   ...............  ...............
    Annual maintenance...........          31,388           32,003           32,003           32,003             +615   ...............  ...............
    Deferred maintenance.........          36,485           35,085           35,085           36,485   ...............          +1,400           +1,400
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          73,857           73,155           73,155           74,555             +698           +1,400           +1,400

Land and resources information             16,581           16,754           16,754           16,754             +173   ...............  ...............
 systems.........................

Mining Law Administration:
    Administration...............          34,696           36,696           36,696           36,696           +2,000   ...............  ...............
    Offsetting fees..............         -34,696          -36,696          -36,696          -36,696           -2,000   ...............  ...............

Workforce and Organizational
 Support:
    Information systems                    15,204           15,406           15,406           15,406             +202   ...............  ...............
     operations..................
    Administrative support.......          50,118           51,377           51,377           51,377           +1,259   ...............  ...............
    Bureauwide fixed costs.......          89,572           91,277           91,277           91,277           +1,705   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         154,894          158,060          158,060          158,060           +3,166   ...............  ...............

Challenge cost share.............           9,500            9,500            9,500           10,000             +500             +500             +500
National Monuments and                     28,196           28,801           30,801           31,801           +3,605           +3,000           +1,000
 Conservation Areas..............
(National Landscape Conservation          (66,705)         (72,135)         (74,135)         (75,135)         (+8,430)         (+3,000)         (+1,000)
 System, total program)..........
Emergency appropriations (Public          125,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -125,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Management of Lands        1,015,194          975,351          950,496          965,721          -49,473           -9,630          +15,225
       and Resources.............
          Non-emergency..........        (890,194)        (975,351)        (950,496)        (965,721)        (+75,527)         (-9,630)        (+15,225)
          Emergency..............        (125,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-125,000)  ...............  ...............

           Construction

Construction.....................           6,590            6,590            6,590            8,626           +2,036           +2,036           +2,036
    Emergency appropriations              180,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -180,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........

         Land Acquisition

Land Acquisition:
    Acquisitions.................          11,425           21,650           22,150           24,150          +12,725           +2,500           +2,000
    Emergencies, hardships and              1,500            1,500            2,500            2,500           +1,000           +1,000   ...............
     inholdings..................
    Acquisition management.......           1,850            1,879            1,879            2,000             +150             +121             +121
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition....          14,775           25,029           26,529           28,650          +13,875           +3,621           +2,121

Oregon and California Grant Lands

Western Oregon resources                   95,611           97,052           97,052           97,052           +1,441   ...............  ...............
 management......................
Western Oregon information and              2,152            2,153            2,153            2,153               +1   ...............  ...............
 resource data systems...........
Western Oregon transportation &            11,053           11,202           11,202           11,202             +149   ...............  ...............
 facilities maintenance..........
Western Oregon construction and               313              317              317              317               +4   ...............  ...............
 acquisition.....................
Western Oregon National Monument.             820              833              833              833              +13   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Oregon and                   109,949          111,557          111,557          111,557           +1,608   ...............  ...............
       California Grant Lands....

        Range Improvements

Improvements to public lands.....           7,873            7,873            7,873            7,873   ...............  ...............  ...............
Farm Tenant Act lands............           1,527            1,527            1,527            1,527   ...............  ...............  ...............
Administrative expenses..........             600              600              600              600   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Range Improvements..          10,000           10,000           10,000           10,000   ...............  ...............  ...............

  Service Charges, Deposits, and
           Forfeitures

Rights-of-way processing.........          19,906           17,340           17,340           17,340           -2,566   ...............  ...............
Energy and minerals cost recovery           2,900            2,900            2,900            2,900   ...............  ...............  ...............
Recreation cost recovery.........           1,000            1,000            1,000            1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
Adopt-a-horse program............             375              375              375              375   ...............  ...............  ...............
Repair of damaged lands..........           5,500            5,500            5,500            5,500   ...............  ...............  ...............
Cost recoverable realty cases....             840              840              840              840   ...............  ...............  ...............
Timber purchaser expenses........             100              100              100              100   ...............  ...............  ...............
Commercial film and photography               200              200              200              200   ...............  ...............  ...............
 fees............................
Copy fees........................           3,000            3,000            3,000            3,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal (gross)...........          33,821           31,255           31,255           31,255           -2,566   ...............  ...............

Offsetting fees..................         -33,821          -31,255          -31,255          -31,255           +2,566   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Service Charges,      ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
       Deposits & Forfeitures....

  Miscellaneous Trust Funds and
    Permanent Operating Funds

Current appropriations...........          20,130           20,130           20,130           20,130   ...............  ...............  ...............
Payment from proceeds, sale of                -46   ...............  ...............  ...............             +46   ...............  ...............
 water...........................
Naval oil shale reserves, mineral         -12,996   ...............  ...............  ...............         +12,996   ...............  ...............
 leasing receipts................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, BUREAU OF LAND             1,343,596        1,148,657        1,125,302        1,144,684         -198,912           -3,973          +19,382
       MANAGEMENT................
          Non-emergency..........      (1,038,642)      (1,148,657)      (1,125,302)      (1,144,684)       (+106,042)         (-3,973)        (+19,382)
          Emergency..............        (305,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-305,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
 UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE
             SERVICE

       Resource Management

Ecological Services:
    Endangered species:
        Candidate conservation...          10,670           10,592           11,592           11,842           +1,172           +1,250             +250

        Listing:
            Critical habitat.....          10,458           10,632           10,632           11,632           +1,174           +1,000           +1,000
            Listing..............           8,808            9,471            9,971           10,471           +1,663           +1,000             +500
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Subtotal...........          19,266           20,103           20,603           22,103           +2,837           +2,000           +1,500

        Consultation.............          53,462           56,863           56,863           59,363           +5,901           +2,500           +2,500
        Recovery.................          74,575           76,599           77,449           81,349           +6,774           +4,750           +3,900
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          Subtotal, Endangered            157,973          164,157          166,507          174,657          +16,684          +10,500           +8,150
           species...............

    Habitat conservation:
        Partners for fish and              52,943           57,841           58,341           59,941           +6,998           +2,100           +1,600
         wildlife................
        Project planning.........          32,048           35,235           35,235           35,985           +3,937             +750             +750
        Coastal programs.........          14,736           14,946           16,146           15,446             +710             +500             -700
        National wetlands                   5,328            5,398            5,398            5,648             +320             +250             +250
         inventory...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          Subtotal, Habitat               105,055          113,420          115,120          117,020          +11,965           +3,600           +1,900
           conservation..........

    Environmental contaminants...          13,242           13,500           13,500           14,000             +758             +500             +500
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Ecological                276,270          291,077          295,127          305,677          +29,407          +14,600          +10,550
       Services..................

National Wildlife Refuge System:
    Refuge operations:
        Wildlife and habitat              199,859          214,778          230,778          220,378          +20,519           +5,600          -10,400
         management..............
        Refuge visitor services..          75,571           78,973           79,973           80,723           +5,152           +1,750             +750
        Refuge law enforcement...          36,089           36,684           38,684           37,684           +1,595           +1,000           -1,000
        Conservation planning....          11,789           12,021           13,021           12,021             +232   ...............          -1,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          Subtotal...............         323,308          342,456          362,456          350,806          +27,498           +8,350          -11,650

    Refuge maintenance...........         139,551          140,823          140,823          137,823           -1,728           -3,000           -3,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, National Wildlife         462,859          483,279          503,279          488,629          +25,770           +5,350          -14,650
       Refuge System.............

Migratory Birds, Law Enforcement
 & International Conservation:
    Migratory bird management....          50,846           53,025           53,525           54,025           +3,179           +1,000             +500
    Law enforcement operations             62,667           63,839           64,839           65,839           +3,172           +2,000           +1,000
     and maintenance.............
    International affairs........          13,204           13,229           15,229           13,709             +505             +480           -1,520
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

      Subtotal...................         126,717          130,093          133,593          133,573           +6,856           +3,480              -20

Fisheries:
    National fish hatchery system          48,649           50,271           52,271           51,271           +2,622           +1,000           -1,000
     operations..................
    Maintenance and equipment....          19,048           18,367           18,367           18,367             -681   ...............  ...............
    Aquatic habitat and species            55,411           60,198           61,498           60,198           +4,787   ...............          -1,300
     conservation................
    Aquatic invasive species.....           5,352            6,244            6,244            8,244           +2,892           +2,000           +2,000
    Marine mammals...............           3,371            5,615            5,815            5,615           +2,244   ...............            -200
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         131,831          140,695          144,195          143,695          +11,864           +3,000             -500

Climate Change Adaptive Science
 Capacity:
    Climate Change Planning......  ...............          10,000           10,000           10,000          +10,000   ...............  ...............
    Climate Change Adaptive        ...............          10,000           10,000           10,000          +10,000   ...............  ...............
     Science Capacity............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................  ...............          20,000           20,000           20,000          +20,000   ...............  ...............

General Administration:
    Highly Pathogenic Avian Flu..  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Central office administration          39,652           40,485           40,485           40,485             +833   ...............  ...............
    Regional office                        42,305           43,340           43,340           43,340           +1,035   ...............  ...............
     administration..............
    Servicewide operational                34,620           36,440           36,440           36,440           +1,820   ...............  ...............
     support.....................
    National Fish and Wildlife              7,537            8,537            9,037            7,537   ...............          -1,000           -1,500
     Foundation..................
    National Conservation                  19,171           25,260           24,260           25,010           +5,839             -250             +750
     Training Center.............
    International Affairs........  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         143,285          154,062          153,562          152,812           +9,527           -1,250             -750

Disposition of excess property--   ...............          -1,000           -1,000   ...............  ...............          +1,000           +1,000
 operational savings.............
Emergency appropriations (Public          165,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -165,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Resource Management.       1,305,962        1,218,206        1,248,756        1,244,386          -61,576          +26,180           -4,370
          Non-emergency..........      (1,140,962)      (1,218,206)      (1,248,756)      (1,244,386)       (+103,424)        (+26,180)         (-4,370)
          Emergency..............        (165,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-165,000)  ...............  ...............

           Construction

Construction and rehabilitation:
    Line item construction.......          25,267           18,775           10,123           28,725           +3,458           +9,950          +18,602
    Bridge and dam safety........           1,350            1,855            1,855            1,855             +505   ...............  ...............
    Nationwide engineering                  8,970            9,161            9,161            9,161             +191   ...............  ...............
     services....................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          35,587           29,791           21,139           39,741           +4,154           +9,950          +18,602

    Anadromous fish program                   -54   ...............  ...............  ...............             +54   ...............  ...............
     (cancellation of balances)..
    Emergency appropriations              115,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -115,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction........         150,533           29,791           21,139           39,741         -110,792           +9,950          +18,602
          Non-emergency..........         (35,587)         (29,791)         (21,139)         (39,741)         (+4,154)         (+9,950)        (+18,602)
          Emergency..............        (115,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-115,000)  ...............  ...............

         Land Acquisition

Fish and Wildlife Service:
    Acquisitions--Federal refuge           28,315           45,445           49,695           63,235          +34,920          +17,790          +13,540
     lands.......................
    Inholdings/emergencies and              3,000            5,000            5,000            5,000           +2,000   ...............  ...............
     hardships...................
    Exchanges....................           1,500            2,000            2,000            2,000             +500   ...............  ...............
    Acquisition management.......           8,140           10,555           10,555           10,555           +2,415   ...............  ...............
    Cost Allocation Methodology..           1,500            2,000            2,000            2,000             +500   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition....          42,455           65,000           69,250           82,790          +40,335          +17,790          +13,540

  Cooperative Endangered Species
        Conservation Fund

Grants to States.................          10,001           14,001           14,001           12,001           +2,000           -2,000           -2,000
HCP planning grants..............           7,642           12,642           12,642           10,642           +3,000           -2,000           -2,000
Snake River Water Rights Act of             5,146            5,146            5,146            5,146   ...............  ...............  ...............
 2004............................
Administration...................           2,518            2,518            2,518            2,518   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      (Subtotal, Cooperative ES           (25,307)         (34,307)         (34,307)         (30,307)         (+5,000)         (-4,000)         (-4,000)
       fund grants & admin)......

Species recovery land acquisition          14,186           29,685           29,685           14,186   ...............         -15,499          -15,499
HCP land acquisition.............          40,508           36,008           36,008           40,508   ...............          +4,500           +4,500
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      (Subtotal, Cooperative ES           (54,694)         (65,693)         (65,693)         (54,694)  ...............        (-10,999)        (-10,999)
       fund, land acquisition)...
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total (gross)..............          80,001          100,000          100,000           85,001           +5,000          -14,999          -14,999

Cancellation of prior-year                 -4,500   ...............  ...............  ...............          +4,500   ...............  ...............
 balances........................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Cooperative                   75,501          100,000          100,000           85,001           +9,500          -14,999          -14,999
       Endangered Species
       Conservation Fund.........

  National Wildlife Refuge Fund

Payments in lieu of taxes........          14,100           14,100           14,100           14,500             +400             +400             +400

     North American Wetlands
        Conservation Fund

Wetlands conservation............          40,941           50,540           50,540           43,341           +2,400           -7,199           -7,199
Administration...................           1,706            2,107            2,107            1,806             +100             -301             -301
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, North American                42,647           52,647           52,647           45,147           +2,500           -7,500           -7,500
       Wetlands Conservation Fund

    Neotropical Migratory Bird
        Conservation Fund

Migratory bird grants............           4,750            4,750            5,250            5,000             +250             +250             -250

      Multinational Species
        Conservation Fund

African elephant conservation....           2,000            2,000            2,250            2,000   ...............  ...............            -250
Rhinoceros and tiger conservation           2,500            2,500            3,000            3,000             +500             +500   ...............
Asian elephant conservation......           2,000            2,000            2,250            2,000   ...............  ...............            -250
Great ape conservation...........           2,000            2,000            2,250            2,500             +500             +500             +250
Marine turtle conservation.......           1,500            1,500            1,750            2,000             +500             +500             +250
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Multinational                 10,000           10,000           11,500           11,500           +1,500           +1,500   ...............
       Species Conservation Fund.

State and tribal wildlife grants.          75,000          115,000          115,000           80,000           +5,000          -35,000          -35,000

     Federal Aid in Wildlife
           Restoration

Federal Aid in Wildlife            ...............          28,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -28,000   ...............
 Restoration.....................

    Wildlife Conservation and
        Appreciation Fund

Cancellation of prior-year funds.            -497   ...............  ...............  ...............            +497   ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, U.S. FISH AND              1,720,451        1,637,494        1,637,642        1,608,065         -112,386          -29,429          -29,577
       WILDLIFE SERVICE..........
          Non-emergency..........      (1,445,502)      (1,637,494)      (1,637,642)      (1,608,065)       (+162,563)        (-29,429)        (-29,577)
          Emergency..............        (280,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-280,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

  Operation of the National Park
              System

Park Management:
    Resource stewardship.........         315,886          347,328          346,078          344,828          +28,942           -2,500           -1,250
    Visitor services.............         226,249          247,386          246,511          247,386          +21,137   ...............            +875
    Park protection..............         346,417          368,698          368,698          368,698          +22,281   ...............  ...............
    Facility operations and               677,699          705,220          702,013          703,013          +25,314           -2,207           +1,000
     maintenance.................
    Park support.................         417,223          441,854          441,854          441,854          +24,631   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Park Management..       1,983,474        2,110,486        2,105,154        2,105,779         +122,305           -4,707             +625

External administrative costs....         148,055          155,530          155,530          155,530           +7,475   ...............  ...............
Emergency appropriations (Public          146,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -146,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Operation of the           2,277,529        2,266,016        2,260,684        2,261,309          -16,220           -4,707             +625
       National Park System......
          Non-emergency..........      (2,131,529)      (2,266,016)      (2,260,684)      (2,261,309)       (+129,780)         (-4,707)           (+625)
          Emergency..............        (146,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-146,000)  ...............  ...............

 Park Partnership Project Grants

Signature projects matching        ...............          25,000           25,000   ...............  ...............         -25,000          -25,000
 program.........................

     National Recreation and
           Preservation

Recreation programs..............             575              591              591              591              +16   ...............  ...............
Natural programs.................          10,008           10,713           10,713           10,713             +705   ...............  ...............
Cultural programs................          22,655           23,026           24,526           26,026           +3,371           +3,000           +1,500
International park affairs.......           1,625            1,655            1,655            1,655              +30   ...............  ...............
Environmental and compliance                  423              434              434              434              +11   ...............  ...............
 review..........................
Grant administration.............           3,096            1,753            1,753            1,753           -1,343   ...............  ...............
Heritage Partnership Programs....          15,702           15,736           17,814           17,741           +2,039           +2,005              -73
Preserve America.................  ...............  ...............  ...............           3,175           +3,175           +3,175           +3,175
Statutory or Contractual Aid.....           5,600   ...............           1,900            5,350             -250           +5,350           +3,450
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Recreation           59,684           53,908           59,386           67,438           +7,754          +13,530           +8,052
       and Preservation..........

    Historic Preservation Fund

State historic preservation                42,500           46,500           46,500           46,500           +4,000   ...............  ...............
 offices.........................
Tribal grants....................           7,000            8,000            8,000            8,000           +1,000   ...............  ...............
Save America's Treasures.........          20,000           20,000           31,000           20,000   ...............  ...............         -11,000
Preserve America.................  ...............           3,175            6,175   ...............  ...............          -3,175           -6,175
Emergency appropriations (Public           15,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -15,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total (gross)..............          84,500           77,675           91,675           74,500          -10,000           -3,175          -17,175

Cancellation of prior-year                   -516   ...............  ...............  ...............            +516   ...............  ...............
 balances........................
Rescissions......................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Historic                      83,984           77,675           91,675           74,500           -9,484           -3,175          -17,175
       Preservation Fund.........
          Non-emergency..........         (69,500)         (77,675)         (91,675)         (74,500)         (+5,000)         (-3,175)        (-17,175)
          Emergency..............         (15,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-15,000)  ...............  ...............

           Construction

General Program:
    Line item construction and            149,223          116,825          132,163          130,250          -18,973          +13,425           -1,913
     maintenance.................
    Emergency and unscheduled....           2,975            3,975            3,975            3,975           +1,000   ...............  ...............
    Housing......................           6,000            5,000            5,000            5,000           -1,000   ...............  ...............
    Dam safety...................           2,500            2,500            2,500            2,500   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Equipment replacement........          14,516           14,516           14,516           14,516   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Planning, construction.......          10,100           10,117           10,117           10,117              +17   ...............  ...............
    Construction program                   34,552           38,535           38,397           38,535           +3,983   ...............            +138
     management..................
    General management plans.....          13,292           14,523           14,523           14,838           +1,546             +315             +315
    Use of Prior Year balances...  ...............  ...............          -7,500   ...............  ...............  ...............          +7,500
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         233,158          205,991          215,691          219,731          -13,427          +13,740           +6,040

Emergency appropriations (Public          589,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -589,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
Cancellation of Federal                      -637   ...............  ...............  ...............            +637   ...............  ...............
 infrastructure improvement
 balances........................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction........         821,521          205,991          213,691          219,731         -601,790          +13,740           +6,040
          Non-emergency..........        (233,158)        (205,991)        (213,691)        (219,731)        (-13,427)        (+13,740)         (+6,040)
          Emergency..............        (589,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-589,000)  ...............  ...............

Land and Water Conservation Fund          -30,000          -30,000          -30,000          -30,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
 (rescission of contract
 authority)......................

    Land Acquisition and State
            Assistance

Assistance to States:
    State conservation grants....          19,000           27,200           37,200           32,000          +13,000           +4,800           -5,200
    Administrative expenses......           1,000            2,800            2,800            3,000           +2,000             +200             +200
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          20,000           30,000           40,000           35,000          +15,000           +5,000           -5,000

    Cancellation of prior-year             -1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          +1,000   ...............  ...............
     State assistance balances...
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal (including                  19,000           30,000           40,000           35,000          +16,000           +5,000           -5,000
       cancellation of funds)....

National Park Service:
    Acquisitions.................          30,940           49,527           55,749           64,586          +33,646          +15,059           +8,837
    Emergencies and hardships....           2,500            3,000            3,000            3,000             +500   ...............  ...............
    Acquisition management.......           9,250            9,473            9,473           10,000             +750             +527             +527
    Inholdings...................           2,500            6,000            5,000            6,000           +3,500   ...............          +1,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          45,190           68,000           73,222           83,586          +38,396          +15,586          +10,364
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition and          64,190           98,000          113,222          118,586          +54,396          +20,586           +5,364
       State Assistance..........

    Urban Parks and Recreation

Cancellation of prior-year                 -1,300   ...............  ...............  ...............          +1,300   ...............  ...............
 balances........................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL PARK              3,275,608        2,696,590        2,733,658        2,711,564         -564,044          +14,974          -22,094
       SERVICE...................
          Non-emergency..........      (2,525,608)      (2,696,590)      (2,733,658)      (2,711,564)       (+185,956)        (+14,974)        (-22,094)
          Emergency                      (750,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-750,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
 UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

   Surveys, Investigations, and
             Research

Geographic Research,
 Investigations, & Remote
 Sensing:
    Land remote sensing..........          61,718           62,057           63,707           62,057             +339   ...............          -1,650
    Geographic analysis and                10,598           11,135           11,135           11,135             +537   ...............  ...............
     monitoring..................
    National geospatial program..          69,816           70,748           70,748           70,748             +932   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         142,132          143,940          145,590          143,940           +1,808   ...............          -1,650

Geologic Hazards, Resource and
 Processes:
    Geologic hazards assessments.          90,585           91,263           92,513           91,513             +928             +250           -1,000
    Geologic landscape and                 72,381           74,351           74,351           74,351           +1,970   ...............  ...............
     coastal assessments.........
    Geologic resource assessments          79,176           81,367           81,367           82,017           +2,841             +650             +650
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         242,142          246,981          248,231          247,881           +5,739             +900             -350

Water Resources Investigations:
    Hydrologic monitoring,
     assessments and research:
        Ground water resources              9,008            8,234            8,814            9,134             +126             +900             +320
         program.................
        National water quality             65,056           66,507           66,507           66,507           +1,451   ...............  ...............
         assessment..............
        Toxic substances                   10,767           11,084           11,084           11,084             +317   ...............  ...............
         hydrology...............
        Hydrologic research and            13,421           12,222           13,422           13,122             -299             +900             -300
         development.............
        National streamflow                22,406           27,732           27,732           27,732           +5,326   ...............  ...............
         information program.....
        Hydrologic networks and            30,128           30,041           30,041           31,387           +1,259           +1,346           +1,346
         analysis................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal...............         150,786          155,820          157,600          158,966           +8,180           +3,146           +1,366

    Federal-State program........          64,078           65,561           65,561           65,561           +1,483   ...............  ...............
    Water resources research                6,500            6,500            6,500            6,500   ...............  ...............  ...............
     institutes..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Water Resources           221,364          227,881          229,661          231,027           +9,663           +3,146           +1,366
       Investigations............

Biological Research:
    Biological research and               146,416          157,765          158,985          160,465          +14,049           +2,700           +1,480
     monitoring..................
    Biological information                 21,965           22,196           24,196           22,946             +981             +750           -1,250
     management and delivery.....
    Cooperative research units...          16,949           19,313           19,313           19,313           +2,364   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         185,330          199,274          202,494          202,724          +17,394           +3,450             +230

Enterprise Information:
    Enterprise information                 25,176           26,263           26,263           26,263           +1,087   ...............  ...............
     security and technology.....
    Enterprise information                 17,478           19,706           19,706           18,706           +1,228           -1,000           -1,000
     resources...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          42,654           45,969           45,969           44,969           +2,315           -1,000           -1,000

Science support..................          67,430           69,225           69,225           69,225           +1,795   ...............  ...............
Facilities.......................         102,123          106,397          106,397          106,397           +4,274   ...............  ...............
Global climate change research...          40,628           58,177           58,177           58,177          +17,549   ...............  ...............
(National Global Warming &                (10,000)         (15,000)         (15,000)         (15,000)         (+5,000)  ...............  ...............
 Wildlife Science Center)........
(Climate Change Science, total            (45,452)         (67,452)         (67,452)         (67,452)        (+22,000)  ...............  ...............
 program)........................
Emergency appropriations (Public          140,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -140,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, UNITED STATES              1,183,803        1,097,844        1,105,744        1,104,340          -79,463           +6,496           -1,404
       GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.........
          Non-emergency..........      (1,043,803)      (1,097,844)      (1,105,744)      (1,104,340)        (+60,537)         (+6,496)         (-1,404)
          Emergency..............        (140,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-140,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
   MINERALS MANAGEMENT SERVICE

  Royalty and Offshore Minerals
            Management

Offshore Energy and Minerals
 Management:
    Renewable energy.............  ...............          21,413           21,413           21,413          +21,413   ...............  ...............
    Leasing and environmental              54,963           59,461           59,461           59,461           +4,498   ...............  ...............
     program.....................
    Resource evaluation..........          33,698           34,385           34,385           35,285           +1,587             +900             +900
    Regulatory program...........          57,268           60,261           60,261           60,261           +2,993   ...............  ...............
    Information management                 20,270           20,454           20,454           20,454             +184   ...............  ...............
     program.....................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         166,199          195,974          195,974          196,874          +30,675             +900             +900

Royalty Management:
    Compliance and asset                   47,965           50,940           50,940           50,940           +2,975   ...............  ...............
     management..................
    Revenue and operations.......          38,719           38,434           38,434           38,434             -285   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          86,684           89,374           89,374           89,374           +2,690   ...............  ...............

General Administration:
    Executive direction..........           2,741            2,818            2,818            2,818              +77   ...............  ...............
    Policy and management                   4,236            4,328            4,328            4,328              +92   ...............  ...............
     improvement.................
    Administrative operations....          17,654           20,029           20,029           20,029           +2,375   ...............  ...............
    General support services.....          26,589           28,524           28,524           28,524           +1,935   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          51,220           55,699           55,699           55,699           +4,479   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total (gross)..............         304,103          341,047          341,047          341,947          +37,844             +900             +900
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal (gross)...........         304,103          341,047          341,047          341,947          +37,844             +900             +900

Use of receipts and cost recovery        -146,730         -166,730         -166,730         -166,730          -20,000   ...............  ...............
 fees............................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Royalty and Offshore         157,373          174,317          174,317          175,217          +17,844             +900             +900
       Minerals Management.......

        Oil Spill Research

Oil spill research...............           6,303            6,303            6,303            6,303   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Total, Minerals Management            163,676          180,620          180,620          181,520          +17,844             +900             +900
             Service

    Administrative Provisions

State royalty administrative cost         -47,000   ...............         -49,000          -45,000           +2,000          -45,000           +4,000
 deduction.......................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, MINERALS MANAGEMENT          116,676          180,620          131,620          136,520          +19,844          -44,100           +4,900
       SERVICE...................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
     OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING
   RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT

    Regulation and Technology

Environmental restoration........             159              160              160              160               +1   ...............  ...............
Environmental protection.........          88,425           94,771           94,771           94,771           +6,346   ...............  ...............
Technology development and                 15,386           15,663           15,663           15,663             +277   ...............  ...............
 transfer........................
Financial management.............             510              516              516              516               +6   ...............  ...............
Executive direction..............          15,676           16,070           16,070           16,070             +394   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         120,156          127,180          127,180          127,180           +7,024   ...............  ...............

Civil penalties..................             100              100              100              100   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Regulation and               120,256          127,280          127,280          127,280           +7,024   ...............  ...............
       Technology................

 Abandoned Mine Reclamation Fund

Environmental restoration........          34,123           12,864           12,864           20,364          -13,759           +7,500           +7,500
Technology development and                  3,970            4,032            4,032            4,032              +62   ...............  ...............
 transfer........................
Financial management.............           6,836            6,961            6,961            6,961             +125   ...............  ...............
Executive direction..............           8,017            8,231            8,231            8,231             +214   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          52,946           32,088           32,088           39,588          -13,358           +7,500           +7,500

Rescission of prior year balances          -8,500   ...............  ...............  ...............          +8,500   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Abandoned Mine                44,446           32,088           32,088           39,588           -4,858           +7,500           +7,500
       Reclamation Fund..........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, OFFICE OF SURFACE            164,702          159,368          159,368          166,868           +2,166           +7,500           +7,500
       MINING RECLAMATION AND
       ENFORCE- MENT.............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
     BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

   Operation of Indian Programs

       Tribal Budget System

Tribal Government:
    Aid to Tribal government.....          33,596           33,195           33,195           33,195             -401   ...............  ...............
    Consolidated Tribal                    68,933           71,659           71,659           71,659           +2,726   ...............  ...............
     government program..........
    Self governance compacts.....         144,397          147,762          147,762          147,762           +3,365   ...............  ...............
    Contract support.............         147,294          152,794          159,084          154,794           +7,500           +2,000           -4,290
    Indian self determination      ...............           2,000            2,000            2,000           +2,000   ...............  ...............
     fund........................
    New Tribes...................             311              311              311              311   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Tribal government program               8,000            8,851            8,851            8,851             +851   ...............  ...............
     oversight...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         402,531          416,572          422,862          418,572          +16,041           +2,000           -4,290

Human Services:
    Social services..............          33,538           33,766           33,766           33,766             +228   ...............  ...............
    Welfare assistance...........          74,915           74,915           74,915           74,915   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Indian child welfare act.....          10,798           11,143           11,143           11,143             +345   ...............  ...............
    Housing improvement program..          13,614           12,620           12,620           13,683              +69           +1,063           +1,063
    Human services Tribal design.             444              455              455              455              +11   ...............  ...............
    Human services program                  4,139            4,097            4,097            4,097              -42   ...............  ...............
     oversight...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         137,448          136,996          136,996          138,059             +611           +1,063           +1,063

Trust--Natural Resources
 Management:
    Natural resources, general...           4,454            4,641            4,641            4,641             +187   ...............  ...............
    Irrigation operations and              11,922           11,970           11,970           11,970              +48   ...............  ...............
     maintenance.................
    Rights protection                      18,250           18,451           30,451           18,451             +201   ...............         -12,000
     implementation..............
    Tribal management/development           5,679            4,786            4,786            5,636              -43             +850             +850
     program.....................
    Endangered species...........           1,234            1,249            1,249            1,249              +15   ...............  ...............
    Integrated resource                     2,130            2,130            2,130            2,130   ...............  ...............  ...............
     information program.........
    Agriculture and range........          24,363           28,912           28,912           28,912           +4,549   ...............  ...............
    Forestry.....................          43,203           43,854           43,854           43,854             +651   ...............  ...............
    Water resources..............          10,018           10,084           10,084           10,084              +66   ...............  ...............
    Fish, wildlife and parks.....           7,429            9,410           11,410            9,410           +1,981   ...............          -2,000
    Minerals and mining..........          12,474           18,622           18,622           18,622           +6,148   ...............  ...............
    Resource management program             6,554            6,659            6,659            6,659             +105   ...............  ...............
     oversight...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         147,710          160,768          174,768          161,618          +13,908             +850          -13,150

Trust--Real Estate Services......         150,087          152,493          152,493          152,493           +2,406   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Trust--Real               150,087          152,493          152,493          152,493           +2,406   ...............  ...............
       Estate Services...........

Education:
    Elementary and secondary              499,470          516,702          518,702          516,702          +17,232   ...............          -2,000
     programs (forward funded)...
    Post secondary programs        ...............          50,000           50,000           50,000          +50,000   ...............  ...............
     (forward funded)............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     Subtotal, forward funded             499,470          566,702          568,702          566,702          +67,232   ...............          -2,000
            education

    Elementary and secondary               75,126           77,379           77,379           77,379           +2,253   ...............  ...............
     programs....................
    Post secondary programs......         115,272          125,691          123,691          127,291          +12,019           +1,600           +3,600
    Education management.........          26,285           26,528           26,528           26,528             +243   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Education........         716,153          796,300          796,300          797,900          +81,747           +1,600           +1,600

Public Safety and Justice:
    Law enforcement..............         255,077          283,152          283,152          303,152          +48,075          +20,000          +20,000
    Tribal courts................          14,508           19,704           19,704           24,704          +10,196           +5,000           +5,000
    Fire protection..............           1,200              999              999              999             -201   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         270,785          303,855          303,855          328,855          +58,070          +25,000          +25,000

Community and Economic
 Development:
    Job placement and training...  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Economic development.........  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Road maintenance.............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Community development          ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
     oversight...................
Community and Economic                     43,589           43,910           44,910           43,910             +321   ...............          -1,000
 Development.....................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Community and              43,589           43,910           44,910           43,910             +321   ...............          -1,000
       Economic Development......

Executive Direction and                   260,327          267,915          267,915          267,915           +7,588   ...............  ...............
 Administrative Services.........
Emergency appropriations (Public           40,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -40,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Operation of Indian        2,168,630        2,278,809        2,300,099        2,309,322         +140,692          +30,513           +9,223
       Programs..................
          Non-emergency..........      (2,128,630)      (2,278,809)      (2,300,099)      (2,309,322)       (+180,692)        (+30,513)         (+9,223)
          Emergency..............         (40,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-40,000)  ...............  ...............

           Construction

Education........................         128,837          112,994          112,994          112,994          -15,843   ...............  ...............
Public safety and justice........          39,399           39,407           39,407           64,407          +25,008          +25,000          +25,000
Resources management.............          40,306           38,385           38,385           38,385           -1,921   ...............  ...............
General administration...........           2,060            2,064            2,064            2,064               +4   ...............  ...............
Construction management..........           7,086            7,150            7,150            7,150              +64   ...............  ...............
Emergency appropriations (Public          450,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -450,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Construction........         667,688          200,000          200,000          225,000         -442,688          +25,000          +25,000
          Non-emergency..........        (217,688)        (200,000)        (200,000)        (225,000)         (+7,312)        (+25,000)        (+25,000)
          Emergency..............        (450,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-450,000)  ...............  ...............

   Indian Land and Water Claim
  Settlements and Miscellaneous
       Payments to Indians

White Earth Land Settlement Act               625              625              625              625   ...............  ...............  ...............
 (Admin).........................
Hoopa-Yurok settlement fund......             250              250              250              250   ...............  ...............  ...............
Pyramid Lake water rights                     142              142              142              142   ...............  ...............  ...............
 settlement......................
Nez Perce/Snake River............          15,210           15,463           15,463           15,463             +253   ...............  ...............
Navajo Water Resources             ...............           6,000            6,000            6,000           +6,000   ...............  ...............
 Development Trust Fund..........
Duck Valley Water Rights           ...............          12,000           12,000           12,000          +12,000   ...............  ...............
 Settlement......................
Puget Sound regional shellfish              3,000            5,000            5,000            5,000           +2,000   ...............  ...............
 settlement......................
Pueblo of Isleta settlement......           2,400            2,400            2,400            2,400   ...............  ...............  ...............
Soboba Band/Luiseno Indian         ...............           5,500            5,500            5,500           +5,500   ...............  ...............
 Settlement......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Miscellaneous                 21,627           47,380           47,380           47,380          +25,753   ...............  ...............
       Payments to Indians.......

  Indian Guaranteed Loan Program
             Account

Indian guaranteed loan program              8,186            8,215            8,215            8,215              +29   ...............  ...............
 account.........................
    Emergency appropriations               10,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -10,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          18,186            8,215            8,215            8,215           -9,971   ...............  ...............

Indian Land Consolidation Account

Indian land consolidation account  ...............           3,000            3,000            3,000           +3,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, BUREAU OF INDIAN           2,876,131        2,537,404        2,558,694        2,592,917         -283,214          +55,513          +34,223
       AFFAIRS...................
          Non-emergency..........      (2,376,131)      (2,537,404)      (2,558,694)      (2,592,917)       (+216,786)        (+55,513)        (+34,223)
          Emergency..............        (500,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-500,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
       DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES

     Office of the Secretary

Departmental direction...........          14,292           14,678           14,678           14,678             +386   ...............  ...............
Management and coordination......          32,526           33,503           33,503           33,503             +977   ...............  ...............
Hearings and appeals.............           7,658            7,868            7,868            7,868             +210   ...............  ...............
Central services.................          41,976           47,851           47,851           47,851           +5,875   ...............  ...............
Bureau of Mines workers                       623              599              599              599              -24   ...............  ...............
 compensation/unemployment.......
Indian Arts and Crafts Board.....           1,177            1,201            1,201            1,201              +24   ...............  ...............
Appraisal services...............           8,012           12,136           12,136           12,136           +4,124   ...............  ...............
National Museum of American                 1,000            1,000            1,000            1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
 Latino Commission...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total (gross)..............         107,264          118,836          118,836          118,836          +11,572   ...............  ...............

Federal Subsistence Management               -108   ...............  ...............  ...............            +108   ...............  ...............
 Account (cancellation of
 balances).......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the                107,156          118,836          118,836          118,836          +11,680   ...............  ...............
       Secretary.................

         Insular Affairs

    Assistance to Territories

Territorial Assistance:
    Office of Insular Affairs....           8,850            9,280            9,280            9,280             +430   ...............  ...............
    Technical assistance.........          11,018           11,000           14,102           11,018   ...............             +18           -3,084
    Maintenance assistance fund..           2,241            2,241            2,241            2,241   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Brown tree snake.............           2,631            2,631            3,000            2,631   ...............  ...............            -369
    Insular management controls..           1,453            1,453   ...............           1,453   ...............  ...............          +1,453
    Coral reef initiative........           1,000            1,000            1,000            1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Water and wastewater projects           1,000            1,000            1,900            1,000   ...............  ...............            -900
    Guam infrastructure..........  ...............           2,000            2,000            2,000           +2,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Territorial                28,193           30,605           33,523           30,623           +2,430              +18           -2,900
       Assistance................

American Samoa:
    Operations grants............          22,752           22,752           22,752           22,752   ...............  ...............  ...............

Northern Marianas:
    Covenant grants..............          27,720           27,720           27,720           27,720   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, discretionary....          22,752           22,752           22,752           22,752   ...............  ...............  ...............
          (mandatory)............         (27,720)         (27,720)         (27,720)         (27,720)  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Assistance to                 78,665           81,077           83,995           81,095           +2,430              +18           -2,900
       Territories...............

   Compact of Free Association

Compact of Free Association--               2,818            2,818            2,818            2,818   ...............  ...............  ...............
 Federal services................
    Mandatory payments--program             2,000            2,000   ...............  ...............          -2,000           -2,000   ...............
     grant assistance............
    Discretionary payments--       ...............  ...............           2,000            2,000           +2,000           +2,000   ...............
     program grant assistance....
Enewetak support.................             500              500              500              500   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Compact of Free                5,318            5,318            5,318            5,318   ...............  ...............          -2,000
       Association...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Insular Affairs.....          83,983           86,395           89,313           86,413           +2,430              +18           -4,900

     Office of the Solicitor

Legal services...................          45,938           47,255           47,255           47,255           +1,317   ...............  ...............
General administration...........          14,966           16,635           16,635           16,635           +1,669   ...............  ...............
Ethics...........................           1,146            1,186            1,186            1,186              +40   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the                 62,050           65,076           65,076           65,076           +3,026   ...............  ...............
       Solicitor.................

   Office of Inspector General

Audit and investigations.........          36,773           38,866           38,866           38,866           +2,093   ...............  ...............
Administrative services and                 9,180            9,724            9,724            9,724             +544   ...............  ...............
 information management..........
    Emergency appropriations               15,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -15,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Inspector           60,953           48,590           48,590           48,590          -12,363   ...............  ...............
       General...................
          Non-emergency..........         (45,953)         (48,590)         (48,590)         (48,590)         (+2,637)  ...............  ...............
          Emergency..............         (15,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-15,000)  ...............  ...............

  Office of Special Trustee for
       American Indians\1\

      Federal Trust Programs

Program operations, support, and          179,485          183,728          183,728          183,728           +4,243   ...............  ...............
 improvements....................
    (Office of Historical                 (56,445)         (56,536)         (56,536)         (56,536)            (+91)  ...............  ...............
     Accounting).................
Executive direction..............           2,163            2,256            2,256            2,256              +93   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Federal Trust                181,648          185,984          185,984          185,984           +4,336   ...............  ...............
       programs..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Special            181,648          185,984          185,984          185,984           +4,336   ...............  ...............
       Trustee for American
       Indians...................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES         495,790          504,881          507,799          504,899           +9,109              +18           -2,900
          Non-emergency..........        (480,898)        (504,881)        (507,799)        (504,899)        (+24,001)            (+18)         (-2,900)
          Emergency..............         (15,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-15,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
     DEPARTMENT-WIDE PROGRAMS

     Wildland Fire Management

Fire Operations:
    Preparedness.................         281,767          285,452          290,452          289,192           +7,425           +3,740           -1,260
    Fire suppression operations..         335,191          369,797          369,797          369,797          +34,606   ...............  ...............
Wildland fire suppression          ...............          75,000           75,000           75,000          +75,000   ...............  ...............
 contingency reserve fund........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Fire Operations..         616,958          730,249          735,249          733,989         +117,031           +3,740           -1,260

Other Operations:
    Hazardous fuels reduction....         203,053          205,089          233,089          206,206           +3,153           +1,117          -26,883
    Burned area rehabilitation...          20,305           20,305           20,305           20,305   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Fire facilities..............           6,137            6,137            6,137            6,137   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Joint fire science...........           6,000            6,000            6,000            6,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Rural fire assistance........           7,000            7,000            7,000            7,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Other Operations.         242,495          244,531          272,531          245,648           +3,153           +1,117          -26,883

Emergency appropriations.........          65,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -65,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland Fire                924,453          974,780        1,007,780          979,637          +55,184           +4,857          -28,143
       Management................
          Appropriations.........        (859,453)        (974,780)      (1,007,780)        (979,637)       (+120,184)         (+4,857)        (-28,143)
          Emergency                       (65,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-65,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland fire                924,453          974,780        1,007,780          979,637          +55,184           +4,857          -28,143
       management with
       contingency...............

 Central Hazardous Materials Fund

Central hazardous materials fund.          10,148           10,175           10,175           10,175              +27   ...............  ...............

     Natural Resource Damage
         Assessment Fund

Damage assessments...............           3,979            4,022            4,022            4,022              +43   ...............  ...............
Program management...............           1,755            1,825            1,825            1,825              +70   ...............  ...............
Restoration support..............             604              615              615              615              +11   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Natural Resource               6,338            6,462            6,462            6,462             +124   ...............  ...............
       Damage Assessment Fund....

       Working Capital Fund

Financial and Business Management          73,435           85,823           75,823           85,823          +12,388   ...............         +10,000
 System (FBMS)...................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, DEPARTMENT-WIDE            1,014,374        1,077,240        1,100,240        1,082,097          +67,723           +4,857          -18,143
       PROGRAMS..................
          Non-emergency..........        (949,374)      (1,077,240)      (1,100,240)      (1,082,097)       (+132,723)         (+4,857)        (-18,143)
          Emergency..............         (65,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-65,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE I, DEPARTMENT       12,191,131       11,040,098       11,060,067       11,051,954       -1,139,177          +11,856           -8,113
       OF THE INTERIOR...........
          Appropriations.........     (10,183,289)     (11,070,098)     (11,090,067)     (11,081,954)       (+898,665)        (+11,856)         (-8,113)
          Emergency                    (2,055,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-2,055,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescissions............        (-47,158)        (-30,000)        (-30,000)        (-30,000)        (+17,158)  ...............  ...............
      (Mandatory)................         (59,850)         (59,850)         (57,850)         (57,850)         (-2,000)         (-2,000)  ...............
      (Total discretionary            (10,076,281)     (10,980,248)     (11,002,217)     (10,994,104)       (+917,823)        (+13,856)         (-8,113)
       excluding emergencies)....
                                  ======================================================================================================================

     TITLE II--ENVIRONMENTAL
        PROTECTION AGENCY

 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

      Science and Technology

Air toxics and quality...........         105,132          122,256          122,256          122,256          +17,124   ...............  ...............
    (EISA/Renewable Fuels Rule)..          (8,000)         (21,327)         (21,300)         (21,327)        (+13,327)  ...............            (+27)
Climate protection program.......          16,828           18,975           20,575           18,975           +2,147   ...............          -1,600
Enforcement......................          15,087           15,946           15,946           15,946             +859   ...............  ...............
Homeland security................          63,718           71,332           66,332           66,332           +2,614           -5,000   ...............
    (Water Security Initiative)..         (14,982)         (23,726)         (18,726)         (18,726)         (+3,744)         (-5,000)  ...............
    (Decontamination)............         (26,407)         (25,430)         (25,430)         (25,430)           (-977)  ...............  ...............
    (Laboratory preparedness &               (494)            (500)            (500)            (500)             (+6)  ...............  ...............
     response)...................
    (Safe buildings).............          (1,976)          (2,000)          (2,000)          (2,000)            (+24)  ...............  ...............
Indoor air.......................           1,120            1,157            1,157            1,157              +37   ...............  ...............
IT/Data management/Security......           3,969            4,073            4,073            4,073             +104   ...............  ...............
Operations and administration....          73,835           72,882           72,882           72,882             -953   ...............  ...............
    (Rent).......................         (34,521)         (33,947)         (33,947)         (33,947)           (-574)  ...............  ...............
    (Utilities)..................         (18,547)         (19,177)         (19,177)         (19,177)           (+630)  ...............  ...............
    (Security)...................         (11,989)         (10,260)         (10,260)         (10,260)         (-1,729)  ...............  ...............
Pesticide licensing..............           5,671            6,463            6,463            6,463             +792   ...............  ...............
Research: Clean air..............          98,427          104,073          104,073          104,073           +5,646   ...............  ...............
    (Research: Global change)....         (17,886)         (20,909)         (20,909)         (20,909)         (+3,023)  ...............  ...............
Research: Clean water............         106,164          110,363          110,363          110,363           +4,199   ...............  ...............
Research: Priorities.............           5,450   ...............           5,700            5,450   ...............          +5,450             -250
Research: Human health and                229,403          245,381          250,381          245,381          +15,978   ...............          -5,000
 ecosystems......................
    (Research: Computational              (15,156)         (19,602)         (19,602)         (19,602)         (+4,446)  ...............  ...............
     toxicology).................
    (Research: Endocrine                  (11,486)         (11,442)         (11,442)         (11,442)            (-44)  ...............  ...............
     disruptor)..................
    (Research: Fellowship).......          (9,651)         (10,894)         (10,894)         (10,894)         (+1,243)  ...............  ...............
Research: Land protection........          13,586           13,782           13,782           13,782             +196   ...............  ...............
Research: Sustainability.........          21,157           24,107           24,107           24,107           +2,950   ...............  ...............
Research: Pesticides and toxics..          26,949           27,839           27,839           27,839             +890   ...............  ...............
Water: Human health protection...           3,555            3,720            3,720            3,720             +165   ...............  ...............
(Transfer from Superfund)........         (26,417)         (26,834)         (26,834)         (26,834)           (+417)  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Science and                  790,051          842,349          849,649          842,799          +52,748             +450           -6,850
       Technology................

    Environmental Programs and
            Management

Air toxics and quality...........         195,151          203,265          203,265          203,265           +8,114   ...............  ...............
Brownfields......................          22,957           25,254           24,579           23,904             +947           -1,350             -675
Climate protection program.......          94,271          111,634          111,634          111,634          +17,363   ...............  ...............
    (Energy star)................         (49,735)         (50,748)         (50,748)         (50,748)         (+1,013)  ...............  ...............
    (Methane to markets).........          (4,498)          (4,582)          (4,582)          (4,582)            (+84)  ...............  ...............
    (Greenhouse gas reporting              (6,388)         (17,005)         (17,005)         (17,005)        (+10,617)  ...............  ...............
     registry)...................
Compliance.......................         128,826          136,631          134,631          136,631           +7,805   ...............          +2,000
Enforcement......................         209,157          223,943          223,943          223,943          +14,786   ...............  ...............
    (Environmental justice)......          (6,993)          (7,203)          (7,203)          (7,203)           (+210)  ...............  ...............
Environmental protection:                  17,450   ...............          16,950           16,000           -1,450          +16,000             -950
 Priorities......................

Geographic programs:
    Great Lakes Restoration        ...............         475,000          475,000          400,000         +400,000          -75,000          -75,000
     Initiative..................
    Chesapeake Bay...............          31,001           35,139           50,000           35,139           +4,138   ...............         -14,861
    Great Lakes\2\...............          23,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -23,000   ...............  ...............
    San Franciso Bay.............           5,000            5,000           15,000            6,000           +1,000           +1,000           -9,000
    Puget Sound..................          20,000           20,000           50,000           20,000   ...............  ...............         -30,000
    Long Island Sound............           3,000            3,000           15,000            3,000   ...............  ...............         -12,000
    Gulf of Mexico...............           4,578            4,638           10,000            4,638              +60   ...............          -5,362
    Lake Champlain...............           3,000            1,434            5,000            3,000   ...............          +1,566           -2,000
    Lake Pontchartrain...........             978              978            3,000              978   ...............  ...............          -2,022
    CARE (Community Action for a            2,000            2,448            2,448            2,448             +448   ...............  ...............
     Renewed Environment)........
    Other geographic activities..           3,402            3,493            3,493            3,493              +91   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          95,959          551,130          628,941          478,696         +382,737          -72,434         -150,245

Homeland security................          23,406           23,901           23,901           23,901             +495   ...............  ...............
    (Decontamination)............          (3,378)          (3,542)          (3,443)          (3,542)           (+164)  ...............            (+99)
Indoor air.......................          25,895           26,649           26,649           26,649             +754   ...............  ...............
Information exchange/Outreach....         126,343          131,825          131,472          131,825           +5,482   ...............            +353
    (Children and other sensitive          (6,071)          (6,515)          (7,015)          (6,515)           (+444)  ...............           (-500)
     populations Agency
     coordination)...............
    (Environmental education)....          (8,979)          (9,038)         (10,038)          (9,038)            (+59)  ...............         (-1,000)
International programs...........          19,664           20,349           20,349           20,349             +685   ...............  ...............
    (Mexico Border)..............          (5,561)          (5,047)          (5,047)          (5,047)           (-514)  ...............  ...............
IT/Data management/Security......          99,025          109,320          104,320          109,320          +10,295   ...............          +5,000
Legal/Science/Regulatory/Economic         118,123          128,231          123,788          126,231           +8,108           -2,000           +2,443
 review..........................
Operations and administration....         479,197          511,895          501,895          509,895          +30,698           -2,000           +8,000
    (Rent).......................        (160,366)        (162,040)        (157,040)        (162,040)         (+1,674)  ...............         (+5,000)
    (Utilities)..................         (10,973)         (13,514)         (13,514)         (13,514)         (+2,541)  ...............  ...............
    (Security)...................         (25,676)         (27,997)         (27,997)         (27,997)         (+2,321)  ...............  ...............
Pesticide licensing..............         116,061          119,187          119,187          119,187           +3,126   ...............  ...............
Resource Conservation and                 116,891          122,131          122,131          122,131           +5,240   ...............  ...............
 Recovery Act (RCRA).............
Toxics risk review and prevention          93,259          102,903          102,903          102,903           +9,644   ...............  ...............
    (HPV/VCCEP)..................         (12,531)         (20,555)  ...............         (20,555)         (+8,024)  ...............        (+20,555)
    (Endocrine disruptors).......          (8,498)          (8,659)          (8,659)          (8,659)           (+161)  ...............  ...............
Underground storage tanks (LUST/           11,946           12,451           12,451           12,451             +505   ...............  ...............
 UST)............................
Water: Ecosystems................
    Great Lakes Legacy Act\2\....          37,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -37,000   ...............  ...............
    National estuary program/              26,557           26,967           38,167           26,967             +410   ...............         -11,200
     Coastal waterways...........
    Wetlands.....................          22,539           23,336           23,336           23,336             +797   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          86,096           50,303           61,503           50,303          -35,793   ...............         -11,200

Water: Human health protection...         101,585          105,726          105,726          105,726           +4,141   ...............  ...............
Water quality protection.........         210,817          223,836          221,836          223,836          +13,019   ...............          +2,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Environmental           2,392,079        2,940,564        3,022,054        2,878,780         +486,701          -61,784         -143,274
       Programs and Management...
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Environmental              2,392,079        2,940,564        3,022,054        2,878,780         +486,701          -61,784         -143,274
       Programs and Management...

   Office of Inspector General

Audits, evaluations, and                   44,791           44,791           44,791           44,791   ...............  ...............  ...............
 investigations..................
Emergency appropriations (Public           20,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -20,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
(Transfer from Superfund)........          (9,975)          (9,975)          (9,975)          (9,975)  ...............  ...............  ...............
(Transfer from Chemical Hazards              (300)            (150)            (150)  ...............           (-300)           (-150)           (-150)
 Safety Board)...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Inspector           64,791           44,791           44,791           44,791          -20,000   ...............  ...............
       General...................
          Non-emergency..........         (44,791)         (44,791)         (44,791)         (44,791)  ...............  ...............  ...............
          Emergency..............         (20,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-20,000)  ...............  ...............

     Buildings and Facilities

Homeland security: Protection of            8,070            8,070            8,070            8,070   ...............  ...............  ...............
 EPA personnel and infrastructure
Operations and administration....          26,931           28,931           24,931           26,931   ...............          -2,000           +2,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Buildings and                 35,001           37,001           33,001           35,001   ...............          -2,000           +2,000
       Facilities................

  Hazardous Substance Superfund

Air toxics and quality...........           2,295            2,596            2,596            2,596             +301   ...............  ...............
Audits, evaluations, and                    9,975            9,975            9,975            9,975   ...............  ...............  ...............
 investigations..................
Compliance.......................           1,351            1,247            1,247            1,247             -104   ...............  ...............
Enforcement......................         187,776          196,034          196,034          196,034           +8,258   ...............  ...............
    (Environmental justice)......            (818)            (822)            (822)            (822)             (+4)  ...............  ...............
    (Superfund: Enforcement).....        (166,148)        (173,176)        (173,176)        (173,176)         (+7,028)  ...............  ...............
    (Superfund: Federal                    (9,872)         (10,378)         (10,378)         (10,378)           (+506)  ...............  ...............
     facilities enforcement).....
Homeland security................          56,571           56,561           56,561           56,561              -10   ...............  ...............
    (Laboratory preparedness and           (9,588)          (9,621)          (9,621)          (9,621)            (+33)  ...............  ...............
     response)...................
    (Decontamination)............         (10,613)         (10,774)         (10,774)         (10,774)           (+161)  ...............  ...............
Information exchange/Outreach....           1,433            1,433            1,433            1,433   ...............  ...............  ...............
IT/Data management/Security......          17,679           17,923           17,923           17,923             +244   ...............  ...............
Legal/Science/Regulatory/Economic           1,582            1,641            1,641            1,641              +59   ...............  ...............
 review..........................
Operations and administration....         134,643          139,923          137,923          139,923           +5,280   ...............          +2,000
    (Rent).......................         (45,353)         (44,300)         (44,300)         (44,300)         (-1,053)  ...............  ...............
    (Utilities)..................          (3,042)          (3,397)          (3,397)          (3,397)           (+355)  ...............  ...............
    (Security)...................          (6,524)          (8,299)          (8,299)          (8,299)         (+1,775)  ...............  ...............
Research: Human health and                  3,377            3,395            3,395            3,395              +18   ...............  ...............
 ecosystems......................
Research: Land protection........          20,905           21,401           21,401           21,401             +496   ...............  ...............
Research: Sustainability.........              79   ...............  ...............  ...............             -79   ...............  ...............

Superfund cleanup:
    Superfund: Emergency response         195,043          202,843          202,843          202,843           +7,800   ...............  ...............
     and removal.................
    Superfund: EPA emergency                9,442            9,791            9,791            9,791             +349   ...............  ...............
     preparedness................
    Superfund: Federal facilities          31,306           32,203           32,203           32,203             +897   ...............  ...............
    Superfund: Remedial..........         604,992          605,000          605,000          605,000               +8   ...............  ...............
    Superfund: Support to other             6,575            6,575            6,575            6,575   ...............  ...............  ...............
     Federal agencies............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         847,358          856,412          856,412          856,412           +9,054   ...............  ...............

Emergency appropriations (Public          600,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -600,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Hazardous Substance        1,885,024        1,308,541        1,306,541        1,308,541         -576,483   ...............          +2,000
       Superfund.................
          Non-emergency..........      (1,285,024)      (1,308,541)      (1,306,541)      (1,308,541)        (+23,517)  ...............         (+2,000)
          Emergency..............        (600,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-600,000)  ...............  ...............
      (Superfund transfer to              (-9,975)         (-9,975)         (-9,975)         (-9,975)  ...............  ...............  ...............
       Inspector General)........
      (Superfund transfer to             (-26,417)        (-26,834)        (-26,834)        (-26,834)           (-417)  ...............  ...............
       Science and Technology)...

 Leaking Underground Storage Tank
        Trust Fund (LUST)

Compliance.......................             817              788              788              788              -29   ...............  ...............
IT/Data management/Security......             162              162              162              162   ...............  ...............  ...............
Operations and administration....           2,057            2,190            2,190            2,190             +133   ...............  ...............
    (Rent).......................            (696)            (696)            (696)            (696)  ...............  ...............  ...............
Research: Land protection........             475              484              484              484               +9   ...............  ...............
Underground storage tanks (LUST/          109,066          109,477          109,477          110,547           +1,481           +1,070           +1,070
 UST)............................
    (LUST/UST)...................         (11,105)         (11,855)         (11,855)         (11,855)           (+750)  ...............  ...............
    (LUST Cooperative agreements)         (62,461)         (63,192)         (63,192)         (63,192)           (+731)  ...............  ...............
    (Energy Policy Act grants)...         (35,500)         (34,430)         (34,430)         (35,500)  ...............         (+1,070)         (+1,070)
Emergency appropriations (Public          200,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -200,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Leaking Underground          312,577          113,101          113,101          114,171         -198,406           +1,070           +1,070
       Storage Tank Trust Fund...
          Non-emergency..........        (112,577)        (113,101)        (113,101)        (114,171)         (+1,594)         (+1,070)         (+1,070)
          Emergency..............        (200,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-200,000)  ...............  ...............

        Oil Spill Response

Compliance.......................             277              317              317              317              +40   ...............  ...............
Enforcement......................           2,117            2,406            2,406            2,406             +289   ...............  ...............
IT/Data management/Security......              24               24               24               24   ...............  ...............  ...............
Oil..............................          13,953           14,397           14,397           14,397             +444   ...............  ...............
Operations and administration....             596              498              498              498              -98   ...............  ...............
    (Rent).......................            (538)            (438)            (438)            (438)           (-100)  ...............  ...............
Research: Land protection........             720              737              737              737              +17   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Oil Spill Response..          17,687           18,379           18,379           18,379             +692   ...............  ...............

Pesticide registration fund        ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
 (current law)...................
Pesticide registration fees        ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
 (current law)...................

   State and Tribal Assistance
          Grants (STAG)

Clean water state revolving fund          689,080        2,400,000        2,307,000        2,100,000       +1,410,920         -300,000         -207,000
 (SRF)...........................
Drinking water state revolving            829,029        1,500,000        1,443,000        1,387,000         +557,971         -113,000          -56,000
 fund (SRF)......................
STAG infrastructure grants.......         145,000   ...............         160,000          150,000           +5,000         +150,000          -10,000
Alaska Native villages...........          18,500           10,000           10,000           15,000           -3,500           +5,000           +5,000
Brownfields projects.............          97,000          100,000          100,000          101,000           +4,000           +1,000           +1,000
Diesel emissions grants (Energy            60,000           60,000           60,000           60,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
 Policy Act).....................
Targeted airshed grants..........          15,000   ...............  ...............          20,000           +5,000          +20,000          +20,000
Mexico border....................          20,000           10,000           20,000           10,000          -10,000   ...............         -10,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal, Infrastructure        1,873,609        4,080,000        4,100,000        3,843,000       +1,969,391         -237,000         -257,000
         Assistance Grants.......

Categorical grants:
    Beaches protection...........           9,900            9,900            9,900            9,900   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Brownfields..................          49,495           49,495           49,495           49,495   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Environmental information....          10,000           10,000           10,000           10,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Hazardous waste financial             101,346          106,346          103,346          106,346           +5,000   ...............          +3,000
     assistance..................
    Homeland security............           4,950   ...............  ...............  ...............          -4,950   ...............  ...............
    Lead.........................          13,564           14,564           13,564           14,564           +1,000   ...............          +1,000
    Climate change grants to               10,000   ...............          10,000   ...............         -10,000   ...............         -10,000
     local governments...........
    Nonpoint source (sec. 319)...         200,857          200,857          200,857          200,857   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Pesticides enforcement.......          18,711           18,711           18,711           18,711   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Pesticides program                     12,970           13,520           13,520           13,520             +550   ...............  ...............
     implementation..............
    Pollution control (sec. 106).         218,495          229,264          229,264          229,264          +10,769   ...............  ...............
    (Water quality monitoring)...         (18,500)         (18,500)         (18,500)         (18,500)  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Pollution prevention.........           4,940            4,940            4,940            4,940   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Public water system                    99,100          105,700          105,700          105,700           +6,600   ...............  ...............
     supervision.................
    Radon........................           8,074            8,074            8,074            8,074   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Sector program...............           1,828            1,828   ...............           1,828   ...............  ...............          +1,828
    State and local air quality           224,080          226,580          226,580          226,580           +2,500   ...............  ...............
     management..................
    Toxics substances compliance.           5,099            5,099            5,099            5,099   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Tribal air quality management          13,300           13,300           13,300           13,300   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Tribal general assistance              57,925           62,875           62,875           62,875           +4,950   ...............  ...............
     program.....................
    Underground injection control          10,891           10,891           10,891           10,891   ...............  ...............  ...............
     (UIC).......................
    Underground storage tanks....           2,500            2,500            2,500            2,500   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Wetlands program development.          16,830           16,830           16,830           16,830   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Categorical             1,094,855        1,111,274        1,115,446        1,111,274          +16,419   ...............          -4,172
       grants....................

Emergency appropriations (Public        6,400,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -6,400,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, State and Tribal           9,368,464        5,191,274        5,215,446        4,954,274       -4,414,190         -237,000         -261,172
       Assistance Grants.........
          Non-emergency..........      (2,968,464)      (5,191,274)      (5,215,446)      (4,954,274)     (+1,985,810)       (-237,000)       (-261,172)
          Emergency..............      (6,400,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-6,400,000)  ...............  ...............
Rescission.......................         -10,000          -10,000         -142,000          -40,000          -30,000          -30,000         +102,000
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE II,                 14,855,674       10,486,000       10,460,962       10,156,736       -4,698,938         -329,264         -304,226
       ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
       AGENCY....................
          Appropriations.........      (7,645,674)     (10,496,000)     (10,602,962)     (10,196,736)     (+2,551,062)       (-299,264)       (-406,226)
          Emergency                    (7,220,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-7,220,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescissions............        (-10,000)        (-10,000)       (-142,000)        (-40,000)        (-30,000)        (-30,000)       (+102,000)
      (Total discretionary             (7,635,674)     (10,486,000)     (10,460,962)     (10,156,736)     (+2,521,062)       (-329,264)       (-304,226)
       excluding emergencies)....
                                  ======================================================================================================================
   TITLE III--RELATED AGENCIES

    DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

          FOREST SERVICE

  Forest and Rangeland Research

Forest inventory and analysis....          60,770           61,939           61,939           66,939           +6,169           +5,000           +5,000
Research and development programs         235,610          239,673          246,673          240,073           +4,463             +400           -6,600
(Global Climate Change Science)..         (26,857)         (26,857)         (31,857)         (26,857)  ...............  ...............         (-5,000)
Rescission.......................  ...............          -1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          +1,000   ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Forest and rangeland         296,380          300,612          308,612          307,012          +10,632           +6,400           -1,600
       research..................

    State and Private Forestry

Forest Health Management:
    Federal lands forest health            54,110           55,282           59,282           55,282           +1,172   ...............          -4,000
     management..................
    Cooperative lands forest               46,292           45,823           47,823           47,573           +1,281           +1,750             -250
     health management...........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         100,402          101,105          107,105          102,855           +2,453           +1,750           -4,250

Cooperative Fire Protection:
    State fire assistance........          35,000           35,147           39,147           35,147             +147   ...............          -4,000
    Volunteer fire assistance....           6,000            7,000            7,000            7,000           +1,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          41,000           42,147           46,147           42,147           +1,147   ...............          -4,000

Cooperative Forestry:
    Forest stewardship...........          27,000           28,369           31,639           28,369           +1,369   ...............          -3,270
    Forest Legacy................          57,445           91,060           79,715           55,145           -2,300          -35,915          -24,570
        Use of prior year                  -8,000   ...............          -3,500   ...............          +8,000   ...............          +3,500
         balances................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal...............          49,445           91,060           76,215           55,145           +5,700          -35,915          -21,070

    Urban and Community Forestry.          29,541           29,327           30,777           29,327             -214   ...............          -1,450
    Economic action programs.....           4,973   ...............  ...............           5,000              +27           +5,000           +5,000
    Forest resource information             5,000            5,035            5,035            5,035              +35   ...............  ...............
     and analysis................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Cooperative               115,959          153,791          143,666          122,876           +6,917          -30,915          -20,790
       Forestry..................

International forestry...........           8,500            9,068           10,568            9,068             +568   ...............          -1,500
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, State and Private            265,861          306,111          307,486          276,946          +11,085          -29,165          -30,540
       Forestry..................

      National Forest System

Land management planning.........          48,833           45,518           47,317           45,518           -3,315   ...............          -1,799
Inventory and monitoring.........         167,580          168,695          173,810          169,695           +2,115           +1,000           -4,115
Recreation, heritage and                  277,635          280,117          292,599          290,117          +12,482          +10,000           -2,482
 wilderness......................
Wildlife and fish habitat                 139,385          141,471          148,557          142,971           +3,586           +1,500           -5,586
 management......................
Grazing management...............          50,000           49,949           50,714           50,714             +714             +765   ...............
Forest products..................         332,666          328,959          336,722          338,959           +6,293          +10,000           +2,237
Vegetation and watershed                  180,437          182,286          189,135          188,786           +8,349           +6,500             -349
 management......................
Minerals and geology management..          85,470           86,650           87,830           86,650           +1,180   ...............          -1,180
Landownership management.........          93,299           94,372           96,841           94,372           +1,073   ...............          -2,469
Law enforcement operations.......         135,500          135,047          137,776          145,047           +9,547          +10,000           +7,271
Valles Caldera National Preserve.           4,000            3,500            3,500            3,500             -500   ...............  ...............
Rescission.......................          -5,000          -10,000   ...............  ...............          +5,000          +10,000   ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Forest            1,509,805        1,506,564        1,564,801        1,556,329          +46,524          +49,765           -8,472
       System....................

     Capital Improvement and
           Maintenance

Facilities:
    Maintenance..................          70,851           86,134           86,134           86,134          +15,283   ...............  ...............
    Construction.................          55,602           44,606           45,081           49,441           -6,161           +4,835           +4,360
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Facilities.......         126,453          130,740          131,215          135,575           +9,122           +4,835           +4,360

Roads:
    Maintenance..................         162,500          166,885          166,885          166,885           +4,385   ...............  ...............
    Construction.................          66,325           68,115           68,115           69,636           +3,311           +1,521           +1,521
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Roads............         228,825          235,000          235,000          236,521           +7,696           +1,521           +1,521

Trails:
    Maintenance..................          49,100           61,746           63,746           61,846          +12,746             +100           -1,900
    Construction.................          31,915           20,335           21,535           20,335          -11,580   ...............          -1,200
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Trails...........          81,015           82,081           85,281           82,181           +1,166             +100           -3,100

Deferred Maintenance.............           9,100            9,141            9,141            9,141              +41   ...............  ...............
Legacy road remediation..........          50,000           50,000          100,000           50,000   ...............  ...............         -50,000
Protecting National Forests        ...............          50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............
 Initiative......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Capital                   495,393          556,962          560,637          513,418          +18,025          -43,544          -47,219
       Improvement and
       Maintenance...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Capital                   495,393          556,962          560,637          513,418          +18,025          -43,544          -47,219
       improvement and
       maintenance...............

Deferral of road and trail fund           -13,000   ...............         -18,000          -18,000           -5,000          -18,000   ...............
 payment.........................
Emergency appropriations (Public          650,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -650,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Capital improvement        1,132,393          556,962          542,637          495,418         -636,975          -61,544          -47,219
       and maintenance...........
          Non-emergency..........        (482,393)        (556,962)        (542,637)        (495,418)        (+13,025)        (-61,544)        (-47,219)
          Emergency..............        (650,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-650,000)  ...............  ...............

         Land Acquisition

Forest Service:
    Acquisitions.................          39,275           21,684           26,782           55,784          +16,509          +34,100          +29,002
    Acquisition management.......           8,000            7,000            7,000            9,000           +1,000           +2,000           +2,000
    Cash equalization............           1,000   ...............           1,000            1,000   ...............          +1,000   ...............
    Critical inholdings/                    1,500   ...............           2,000            2,000             +500           +2,000   ...............
     wilderness protection.......
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Land Acquisition....          49,775           28,684           36,782           67,784          +18,009          +39,100          +31,002

Acquisition of lands for national           1,050            1,050            1,050            1,050   ...............  ...............  ...............
 forests, special acts...........
Acquisition of lands to complete              250              250              250              250   ...............  ...............  ...............
 land exchanges..................
Range betterment fund............           3,600            3,600            3,600            3,600   ...............  ...............  ...............
Gifts, donations and bequests for              50               50               50               50   ...............  ...............  ...............
 forest and rangeland research...
Management of national forest               5,000            2,582            2,582            2,582           -2,418   ...............  ...............
 lands for subsistence uses......

     Wildland Fire Management

Fire operations:
    Preparedness.................         675,000          675,000          693,000          690,000          +15,000          +15,000           -3,000
    Fire suppression operations..         993,947        1,128,505        1,128,505        1,128,505         +134,558   ...............  ...............
Wildland fire suppression          ...............         282,000          282,000          282,000         +282,000   ...............  ...............
 contingency reserve fund........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       1,668,947        2,085,505        2,103,505        2,100,505         +431,558          +15,000           -3,000

Other operations:
    Hazardous fuels..............         328,086          315,285          378,086          350,285          +22,199          +35,000          -27,801
    Rehabilitation...............          11,500            9,000           11,600           11,500   ...............          +2,500             -100
    Fire plan research and                 23,917           23,917           23,917           23,917   ...............  ...............  ...............
     development.................
    Joint fire sciences program..           8,000            8,000            8,000            8,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
    Forest health management               17,252           14,440           24,252           17,252   ...............          +2,812           -7,000
     (Federal lands).............
    Forest health management (co-           9,928            7,000           12,928            9,928   ...............          +2,928           -3,000
     op lands)...................
    State fire assistance........          55,000           50,000           80,000           56,250           +1,250           +6,250          -23,750
    Volunteer fire assistance....           9,000            7,000           10,000            9,000   ...............          +2,000           -1,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
        Subtotal.................         462,683          434,642          548,783          486,132          +23,449          +51,490          -62,651

Emergency appropriations.........         700,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -700,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland Fire              2,831,630        2,520,147        2,652,288        2,586,637         -244,993          +66,490          -65,651
       Management................
          Non-emergency..........      (2,131,630)      (2,520,147)      (2,652,288)      (2,586,637)       (+455,007)        (+66,490)        (-65,651)
          Emergency..............        (700,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-700,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Wildland fire              2,831,630        2,520,147        2,652,288        2,586,637         -244,993          +66,490          -65,651
       management with
       contingency...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Forest Service             3,264,164        2,706,465        2,767,850        2,711,021         -553,143           +4,556          -56,829
       without Wildland Fire Mgmt
          Non-emergency..........      (2,614,164)      (2,706,465)      (2,767,850)      (2,711,021)        (+96,857)         (+4,556)        (-56,829)
          Emergency..............        (650,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-650,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Forest Service w/       3,264,164        2,706,465        2,767,850        2,711,021         -553,143           +4,556          -56,829
       out Wildland Fire Mgmt....
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, FOREST SERVICE......       6,095,794        5,226,612        5,420,138        5,297,658         -798,136          +71,046         -122,480
          Non-emergency..........      (4,745,794)      (5,226,612)      (5,420,138)      (5,297,658)       (+551,864)        (+71,046)       (-122,480)
          Emergency..............      (1,350,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-1,350,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
  DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
             SERVICES

      INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE

      Indian Health Services

Clinical Services:
    IHS and tribal health
     delivery:
        Hospital and health             1,597,777        1,751,883        1,754,383        1,751,883         +154,106   ...............          -2,500
         clinic programs.........
        (Indian Healthcare                (15,000)         (45,543)         (45,543)         (45,543)        (+30,543)  ...............  ...............
         Improvement Fund).......
        (Domestic Violence                 (7,500)          (7,500)         (10,000)          (7,500)  ...............  ...............         (-2,500)
         Prevention Initiative)..
        (Health Information                (2,500)         (16,251)         (16,251)         (16,251)        (+13,751)  ...............  ...............
         Technology).............
        Dental health program....         141,936          151,384          152,634          151,384           +9,448   ...............          -1,250
        Mental health program....          67,748           72,786           72,786           72,786           +5,038   ...............  ...............
        Alcohol and substance             183,769          194,409          194,409          194,409          +10,640   ...............  ...............
         abuse program...........
        (Methamphetamine                  (16,391)         (16,391)         (16,391)         (16,391)  ...............  ...............  ...............
         treatment and
         prevention).............
    Contract care................         634,477          779,347          779,347          779,347         +144,870   ...............  ...............
    (Catastrophic health                  (31,000)         (48,000)         (48,000)         (48,000)        (+17,000)  ...............  ...............
     emergency fund).............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       2,625,707        2,949,809        2,953,559        2,949,809         +324,102   ...............          -3,750

Preventive Health:
    Public health nursing........          59,885           64,071           64,071           64,071           +4,186   ...............  ...............
    Health education.............          15,723           16,682           16,682           16,682             +959   ...............  ...............
    Community health                       57,796           61,628           61,628           61,628           +3,832   ...............  ...............
     representatives program.....
    Immunization (Alaska)........           1,823            1,934            1,934            1,934             +111   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         135,227          144,315          144,315          144,315           +9,088   ...............  ...............

Urban health program.............          36,189           38,139           43,139           38,139           +1,950   ...............          -5,000
Indian health professions........          37,500           40,743           40,743           40,743           +3,243   ...............  ...............
Tribal management................           2,586            2,586            2,586            2,586   ...............  ...............  ...............
Direct operations................          65,345           68,720           68,720           68,720           +3,375   ...............  ...............
Self-governance..................           6,004            6,066            6,066            6,066              +62   ...............  ...............
Contract support costs...........         282,398          389,490          398,490          389,490         +107,092   ...............          -9,000
Emergency appropriations (Public           85,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -85,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Indian Health              3,275,956        3,639,868        3,657,618        3,639,868         +363,912   ...............         -17,750
       Services..................
          Non-emergency..........      (3,190,956)      (3,639,868)      (3,657,618)      (3,639,868)       (+448,912)  ...............        (-17,750)
          Emergency..............         (85,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-85,000)  ...............  ...............
      (Non-contract services)....      (2,641,479)      (2,860,521)      (2,878,271)      (2,860,521)       (+219,042)  ...............        (-17,750)
      (Contract care)............        (634,477)        (779,347)        (779,347)        (779,347)       (+144,870)  ...............  ...............

     Indian Health Facilities

Maintenance and improvement......          53,915           53,915           53,915           53,915   ...............  ...............  ...............
Sanitation facilities............          95,857           95,857           95,857           95,857   ...............  ...............  ...............
Construction facilities..........          40,000           29,234           29,234           29,234          -10,766   ...............  ...............
Facilities and environmental              178,329          193,087          193,087          193,087          +14,758   ...............  ...............
 health support..................
Equipment........................          22,067           22,664           22,664           22,664             +597   ...............  ...............
Emergency appropriations (Public          415,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -415,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Indian Health                805,168          394,757          394,757          394,757         -410,411   ...............  ...............
       Facilities................
          Non-emergency..........        (390,168)        (394,757)        (394,757)        (394,757)         (+4,589)  ...............  ...............
          Emergency..............        (415,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-415,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, INDIAN HEALTH              4,081,124        4,034,625        4,052,375        4,034,625          -46,499   ...............         -17,750
       SERVICE...................
          Non-emergency..........      (3,581,124)      (4,034,625)      (4,052,375)      (4,034,625)       (+453,501)  ...............        (-17,750)
          Emergency..............        (500,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-500,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
  NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

National Institute of                      78,074           79,212           79,212           79,212           +1,138   ...............  ...............
 Environmental Health Sciences...

 AGENCY FOR TOXIC SUBSTANCES AND
         DISEASE REGISTRY

Toxic substances and                       74,039           76,792           76,792           76,792           +2,753   ...............  ...............
 environmental public health.....
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH       4,233,237        4,190,629        4,208,379        4,190,629          -42,608   ...............         -17,750
       AND HUMAN SERVICES........
          Non-emergency..........      (3,733,237)      (4,190,629)      (4,208,379)      (4,190,629)       (+457,392)  ...............        (-17,750)
          Emergency..............        (500,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-500,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      OTHER RELATED AGENCIES

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

Council on Environmental Quality            2,703            3,159            3,159            3,159             +456   ...............  ...............
 and Office of Environmental
 Quality.........................

    CHEMICAL SAFETY AND HAZARD
       INVESTIGATION BOARD

Salaries and expenses............          10,199           10,547           10,547           11,195             +996             +648             +648
    (Transfer to EPA, IG)........            (300)            (150)            (150)  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............

 OFFICE OF NAVAJO AND HOPI INDIAN
            RELOCATION

Salaries and expenses............           7,530            8,000            8,000            8,000             +470   ...............  ...............

 INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN AND
  ALASKA NATIVE CULTURE AND ARTS
           DEVELOPMENT

Payment to the Institute.........           7,900            8,300            8,300            8,300             +400   ...............  ...............

     SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION

      Salaries and Expenses

Museum and Research Centers......
    Anacostia Community Museum...           1,994            2,048            2,048            2,048              +54   ...............  ...............
    Center for Folklife and                 2,219            2,282            2,282            2,282              +63   ...............  ...............
     Cultural Heritage...........
    National Museum of African             12,329           12,167           12,167           12,167             -162   ...............  ...............
     American History & Cultur...
    National Museum of American            22,037           22,209           22,209           22,209             +172   ...............  ...............
     History.....................
    National Museum of the                 31,996           32,870           32,870           32,870             +874   ...............  ...............
     American Indian.............
    Archives of American Art.....           1,784            1,858            1,858            1,858              +74   ...............  ...............
    Arthur M. Sackler Gallery/              5,906            6,113            6,113            6,113             +207   ...............  ...............
     Freer Gallery of Art........
    Cooper-Hewitt, National                 3,937            4,103            4,103            4,103             +166   ...............  ...............
     Design Museum...............
    Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture            4,272            4,412            4,412            4,412             +140   ...............  ...............
     Garden......................
    National Museum of African              4,392            4,504            4,504            4,504             +112   ...............  ...............
     Art.........................
    National Portrait Gallery....           5,651            5,867            5,867            5,867             +216   ...............  ...............
    Smithsonian American Art                8,789            9,145            9,145            9,145             +356   ...............  ...............
     Museum......................
    National Air and Space Museum          17,474           18,119           18,119           18,119             +645   ...............  ...............
    National Museum of Natural             46,138           47,728           47,728           47,728           +1,590   ...............  ...............
     History.....................
    National Zoological Park.....          22,437           23,190           23,190           23,190             +753   ...............  ...............
    Smithsonian Astrophysical              23,612           24,323           24,323           24,323             +711   ...............  ...............
     Observatory.................
    Museum Conservation Institute           3,031            3,119            3,119            3,119              +88   ...............  ...............
    Smithsonian Environmental               3,443            3,596            3,596            3,596             +153   ...............  ...............
     Research Center.............
    Smithsonian Tropical Research          12,611           14,546           14,546           14,546           +1,935   ...............  ...............
     Institute...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         234,052          242,199          242,199          242,199           +8,147   ...............  ...............

Program Support and Outreach:....
    Outreach.....................           9,720            9,969            9,969            9,969             +249   ...............  ...............
    Communications...............           2,161            2,328            2,328            2,328             +167   ...............  ...............
    Institution-wide programs....           7,839            8,839            8,839            8,839           +1,000   ...............  ...............
    Office of Exhibits Central...           2,872            2,982            2,982            2,982             +110   ...............  ...............
    Major scientific                        3,822            3,822            3,822            3,822   ...............  ...............  ...............
     instrumentation.............
    Museum Support Center........           1,800            1,858            1,858            1,858              +58   ...............  ...............
    Smithsonian Institution                 1,968            2,064            2,064            2,064              +96   ...............  ...............
     Archives....................
    Smithsonian Institution                 9,624           10,008           10,008           10,008             +384   ...............  ...............
     Libraries...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          39,806           41,870           41,870           41,870           +2,064   ...............  ...............

Administration...................          69,229           76,494           76,494           76,494           +7,265   ...............  ...............

Facilities services:
    Facilities maintenance.......          67,646           72,935           72,935           72,935           +5,289   ...............  ...............
    Facilities operations,                180,245          198,087          198,087          198,087          +17,842   ...............  ...............
     security and support........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         247,891          271,022          271,022          271,022          +23,131   ...............  ...............

Inspector General................           2,422            2,576            2,576            2,576             +154   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Salaries and                 593,400          634,161          634,161          634,161          +40,761   ...............  ...............
       Expenses..................

        Facilities Capital

Revitalization...................         104,500           89,300          104,300           89,300          -15,200   ...............         -15,000
Facilities planning and design...          18,500           35,700           35,700           35,700          +17,200   ...............  ...............
Emergency appropriations (Public           25,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -25,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Facilities Capital..         148,000          125,000          140,000          125,000          -23,000   ...............         -15,000
          Non-emergency..........        (123,000)        (125,000)        (140,000)        (125,000)         (+2,000)  ...............        (-15,000)
          Emergency..............         (25,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-25,000)  ...............  ...............

           Legacy Fund

Legacy Fund......................          15,000   ...............  ...............          30,000          +15,000          +30,000          +30,000
    (Rescission of prior year      ...............  ...............  ...............         -29,766          -29,766          -29,766          -29,766
     balances)...................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Legacy Fund.........          15,000   ...............  ...............             234          -14,766             +234             +234
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, SMITHSONIAN                  756,400          759,161          774,161          759,395           +2,995             +234          -14,766
       INSTITUTION...............
          Non-emergency..........        (731,400)        (759,161)        (774,161)        (789,161)        (+57,761)        (+30,000)        (+15,000)
          Emergency..............         (25,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-25,000)  ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
     NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART

      Salaries and Expenses

Care and utilization of art                34,734           35,142           36,902           36,902           +2,168           +1,760   ...............
 collections.....................
Operation and maintenance of               28,643           29,267           29,267           29,267             +624   ...............  ...............
 buildings and grounds...........
Protection of buildings, grounds           22,252           23,776           23,776           23,776           +1,524   ...............  ...............
 and contents....................
General administration...........          19,759           20,801           20,801           20,801           +1,042   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Salaries and                 105,388          108,986          110,746          110,746           +5,358           +1,760   ...............
       Expenses..................

     Repair, Restoration and
     Renovation of Buildings

Base program.....................          17,368           56,259           56,259           54,499          +37,131           -1,760           -1,760
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, NATIONAL GALLERY OF          122,756          165,245          167,005          165,245          +42,489   ...............          -1,760
       ART.......................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
  JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE
         PERFORMING ARTS

Operations and maintenance.......          21,300           22,500           25,000           22,500           +1,200   ...............          -2,500
Capital repair and restoration...          15,064           17,447           17,447           17,447           +2,383   ...............  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, JOHN F. KENNEDY               36,364           39,947           42,447           39,947           +3,583   ...............          -2,500
       CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING
       ARTS......................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
   WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL
       CENTER FOR SCHOLARS

Salaries and expenses............          10,000           10,225           12,225           10,225             +225   ...............          -2,000

 NATIONAL FOUNDATION ON THE ARTS
        AND THE HUMANITIES

 National Endowment for the Arts

    Grants and Administration

Grants:
    Direct grants................          54,100           59,524           64,735           59,524           +5,424   ...............          -5,211
    Challenge America grants.....           9,800           10,000           10,000           10,000             +200   ...............  ...............
    National Initiative: American          13,300           10,000           10,000           10,000           -3,300   ...............  ...............
     Masterpieces................
    State partnerships:
        State and regional.......          42,000           41,724           44,000           41,724             -276   ...............          -2,276
        Underserved set-aside....           9,000           11,292           12,490           11,292           +2,292   ...............          -1,198
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

          Subtotal...............          51,000           53,016           56,490           53,016           +2,016   ...............          -3,474
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, Grants.......         128,200          132,540          141,225          132,540           +4,340   ...............          -8,685

Program support..................           1,750            1,850            1,850            1,850             +100   ...............  ...............
Administration...................          25,050           26,925           26,925           26,925           +1,875   ...............  ...............
Emergency appropriations (Public           50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............  ...............
 Law 111-5)......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Arts................         205,000          161,315          170,000          161,315          -43,685   ...............          -8,685
          Non-emergency..........        (155,000)        (161,315)        (170,000)        (161,315)         (+6,315)  ...............         (-8,685)
          Emergency..............         (50,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-50,000)  ...............  ...............

    National Endowment for the
            Humanities

    Grants and Administration

Grants:
    Federal/State partnership....          35,000           38,515           41,124           38,515           +3,515   ...............          -2,609
    Preservation and access......          16,000           16,250           17,442           16,250             +250   ...............          -1,192
    Public programs..............          14,500           14,750           15,942           14,750             +250   ...............          -1,192
    Research programs............          14,500           16,000           17,277           16,000           +1,500   ...............          -1,277
    Education programs...........          14,500           14,750           16,027           14,750             +250   ...............          -1,277
    Program development..........             400              750              750              750             +350   ...............  ...............
    We The People Initiative               15,800           14,500           14,500           14,500           -1,300   ...............  ...............
     grants......................
    Digital Humanities                      4,000            4,000            5,138            4,000   ...............  ...............          -1,138
     Initiatives.................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Grants...........         114,700          119,515          128,200          119,515           +4,815   ...............          -8,685

Matching Grants:
    Treasury funds...............           5,000            4,800            4,800            4,800             -200   ...............  ...............
    Challenge grants.............           9,300            9,500            9,500            9,500             +200   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Matching grants..          14,300           14,300           14,300           14,300   ...............  ...............  ...............

Administrative Areas:
    Administration...............          26,000           27,500           27,500           27,500           +1,500   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Humanities..........         155,000          161,315          170,000          161,315           +6,315   ...............          -8,685

      TOTAL, NATIONAL FOUNDATION          360,000          322,630          340,000          322,630          -37,370   ...............         -17,370
       ON THE ARTS AND THE
       HUMANITIES................
          Appropriations.........        (310,000)        (322,630)        (340,000)        (322,630)        (+12,630)  ...............        (-17,370)
          Emergency                       (50,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-50,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

     COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS

Salaries and expenses............           2,234            2,294            2,294            2,294              +60   ...............  ...............

    NATIONAL CAPITAL ARTS AND
         CULTURAL AFFAIRS

Grants\3\........................           9,500           10,000           10,000            9,500   ...............            -500             -500

   ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HISTORIC
           PRESERVATION

Salaries and expenses............           5,498            5,908            5,908            5,908             +410   ...............  ...............

    NATIONAL CAPITAL PLANNING
            COMMISSION

Salaries and expenses............           8,328            8,507            8,507            8,507             +179   ...............  ...............

 UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL
              MUSEUM

Holocaust Memorial Museum........          47,260           48,551           48,551           49,122           +1,862             +571             +571

          PRESIDIO TRUST

Operations.......................          17,450           17,230           23,200           17,230             -220   ...............          -5,970

  DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER MEMORIAL
            COMMISSION

Salaries and expenses............           2,000            3,000            2,000            3,000           +1,000   ...............          +1,000
Capital construction.............  ...............          16,000           10,000           16,000          +16,000   ...............          +6,000
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Total, DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER           2,000           19,000           12,000           19,000          +17,000   ...............          +7,000
       MEMORIAL COMMISSION.......
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE III, RELATED        11,735,153       10,855,945       11,104,821       10,927,944         -807,209          +71,999         -176,877
       AGENCIES..................
          Appropriations.........      (9,815,153)     (10,866,945)     (11,104,821)     (10,957,710)     (+1,142,557)        (+90,765)       (-147,111)
          Emergency                    (1,925,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-1,925,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescissions............         (-5,000)        (-11,000)  ...............        (-29,766)        (-24,766)        (-18,766)        (-29,766)
      (Total discretionary              9,810,153       10,855,945       11,104,821       10,927,944       +1,117,791          +71,999         -176,877
       excluding emergencies)....
                                  ======================================================================================================================
   TITLE IV--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Forest Service Marina fees.......           1,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -1,000   ...............  ...............
Ultra-deepwater research deferral  ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         +50,000
Coal bonus bids, payment           ...............  ...............        -207,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        +207,000
 structure.......................
Geothermal energy receipts.......  ...............  ...............         -15,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         +15,000
EPA Hunter's Point Remediation...           8,000   ...............  ...............           8,000   ...............          +8,000           +8,000
Compact payments, Palau..........  ...............  ...............  ...............          10,000          +10,000          +10,000          +10,000
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      TOTAL, TITLE IV, GENERAL              9,000   ...............        -272,000           18,000           +9,000          +18,000         +290,000
       PROVISIONS................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      GRAND TOTAL................      38,790,958       32,382,043       32,353,850       32,154,634       -6,636,324         -227,409         -202,216
          Appropriations.........      27,653,116       32,433,043       32,525,850       32,254,400       +4,601,284         -178,643         -274,450
          Emergency                    11,200,000   ...............  ...............  ...............     -11,200,000   ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescissions............         -62,158          -51,000         -172,000          -99,766          -37,608          -48,766          +72,234
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Discretionary total........      27,829,108       32,325,193       32,302,000       32,099,784       +4,270,676         -225,409         -203,216
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\1\Indian Land Consolidation is requested in the Bureau of Indian Affairs in fiscal year 2010.
\2\Funding moved to Great Lakes Initiative in 2010.
\3\Requested in National Endowment for the Humanitiesin fiscal year 2010 President's request.