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                                                       Calendar No. 100
111th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     111-40

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    MILITARY CONSTRUCTION AND VETERANS AFFAIRS AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                        APPROPRIATION BILL, 2010
                                _______
                                

                  July 7, 2009.--Ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

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

                                 REPORT

                         [To accompany S. 1407]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 1407) 
making appropriations for military construction, the Department 
of Veterans Affairs, 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.



Amounts in new budget authority

Total of bill as reported to the Senate for fiscal year 
    2010\1\.............................................$133,926,656,000
Total of bill as reported to the Senate for fiscal year 
    2011, advance appropriations........................  48,183,000,000
Amount of 2009 appropriations\2\........................ 126,817,267,000
Amount of 2010 budget estimate\3\....................... 133,487,510,000
Bill as recommended to Senate for fiscal year 2010 
    compared to--
    Amount of 2009 appropriations\2\....................  +7,109,389,000
    Amount of 2010 budget estimate\3\...................    +439,146,000

\1\Includes $1,398,984,000 in overseas contingency operations funding 
for fiscal year 2010.
\2\Includes $7,211,342,000 in emergency funding provided in Public Laws 
110-329 and 111-5 and in supplemental funding provided in Public Law 
111-32.
\3\Includes $1,404,984,000 in overseas contingency operations funding 
for fiscal year 2010.


                                CONTENTS

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                                                                   Page
Background:
    Purpose of the Bill..........................................     4
    Comparative Statement........................................     4
    Committee Recommendation.....................................     4
    Overview and Summary of the Bill.............................     4
    Military Construction: Investing in Infrastructure for Our 
      Troops and Their Families..................................     5
    Department of Veterans Affairs: Keeping America's Commitment 
      to Our Nation's Veterans...................................     6
Title I:
    Military Construction:
        Items of Special Interest:
            Hearings.............................................     8
            Summary of Committee Recommendations.................     8
            Reprogramming Guidelines.............................     8
            Real Property Maintenance............................     9
            Incremental Funding..................................     9
            Global Challenges....................................    10
            Barracks Modernization...............................    15
            Green Building Technology............................    16
        Military Construction, Army..............................    17
        Military Construction, Navy and Marine Corps.............    18
        Military Construction, Air Force.........................    19
        Military Construction, Defense-Wide......................    20
        Military Construction, Reserve Components................    23
        North Atlantic Treaty Organization.......................    24
        Family Housing Overview..................................    24
        Family Housing Construction, Army........................    25
        Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Army...........    26
        Family Housing Construction, Navy and Marine Corps.......    26
        Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Navy and Marine 
          Corps..................................................    27
        Family Housing Construction, Air Force...................    28
        Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Air Force......    29
        Family Housing Construction, Defense-Wide................    29
        Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide...    30
        Family Housing Improvement Fund..........................    30
        Homeowners Assistance Fund...............................    30
        Chemical Demilitarization Construction, Defense-Wide.....    31
        Base Closure Account 1990................................    32
        Base Closure Account 2005................................    33
        Administrative Provisions................................    40
Title II:
    Department of Veterans Affairs...............................    42
        Items of Special Interest:
            Hearings.............................................    42
            Summary of Committee Recommendation..................    42
            Department Overview..................................    42
        Veterans Benefits Administration.........................    44
            Compensation and Pensions............................    44
            Readjustment Benefits................................    46
            Veterans Insurance and Indemnities...................    47
            Veterans Housing Benefit Program Fund................    47
            Vocational Rehabilitation Loans Program Account......    48
            Native American Veteran Housing Loan Program Account.    48
        Veterans Health Administration:
            Medical Services.....................................    51
            Medical Support and Compliance.......................    56
            Medical Facilities...................................    57
            Medical and Prosthetic Research......................    58
            Medical Care Cost Recovery Collections...............    59
            Medical Care Collection Fund--Revenues Applied.......    59
        National Cemetery Administration.........................    59
        Departmental Administration..............................    60
            General Operating Expenses...........................    61
            Information Technology Systems.......................    63
            Office of the Inspector General......................    64
            Construction, Major Projects.........................    65
            Construction, Minor Projects.........................    67
            Grants for Construction of State Extended Care 
              Facilities.........................................    68
            Grants for Construction of State Veterans Cemeteries.    69
            Administrative Provisions............................    69
Title III:
    Related Agencies:
        American Battle Monuments Commission:
            Salaries and Expenses................................    71
            Foreign Currency Fluctuations........................    71
        U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims: Salaries and 
          Expenses...............................................    72
        Department of Defense--Civil: Cemeterial Expenses, Army: 
          Salaries and Expenses..................................    72
        Armed Forces Retirement Home.............................    73
Title IV:
    Overseas Contingency Operations:
        Military Construction, Army..............................    74
        Military Construction, Air Force.........................    74
        Military Construction, Defense-Wide......................    75
Title V:
    Department of Veterans Affairs:
        Veterans Health Administration Overview..................    76
        Medical Services.........................................    76
        Medical Support and Compliance...........................    76
        Medical Facilities.......................................    76
Title VI: General Provisions.....................................    78
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI, of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................    79
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c), Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules 
  of the Senate..................................................    80
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................    81
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................    83
Military Construction Project Listing by Location................    84
Disclosure of Congressionally Directed Spending Items............   112

                               BACKGROUND

                          Purpose of the Bill

    The Military Construction, Veterans Affairs and Related 
Agencies appropriations bill provides necessary funding for the 
planning, design, construction, alteration, and improvement of 
military facilities worldwide, for both active and reserve 
forces. It also finances the cost of military family housing 
and the U.S. share of the NATO Security Investment Program. In 
addition, the bill provides funding to implement base closures 
and realignments authorized by law. The bill provides resources 
to the Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans benefits and 
health care and funding for U.S. cemeteries and battlefield 
monuments both in the United States and abroad; U.S. Court of 
Appeals for Veterans Claims; and Armed Forces Retirement Homes. 
The bill also provides funding for Overseas Contingency 
Operations military construction and advance appropriations for 
veterans medical services.

                         Comparative Statement

    The Committee recommends appropriations totaling 
$133,926,656,000 for fiscal year 2010 military construction, 
family housing, base closure, veterans health care and 
benefits, as well as related agencies and overseas contingency 
operations. The table at the end of the report displays the 
Committee recommendation in comparison with the current fiscal 
year, and the President's fiscal year 2010 request.

                        Committee Recommendation

    The Committee recommends new fiscal year 2010 
appropriations of $133,926,656,000. This is $7,109,389,000 over 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, including emergency and 
supplemental funding, and $439,146,000 over the budget request. 
In addition, the bill provides $48,183,000,000 in advance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2011 for veterans medical 
services. The basis for this recommendation is contained in the 
following ``Overview and summary of the bill,'' and under the 
discussions pertaining to each individual appropriation. 
Complete project detail is provided in the tables at the end of 
the report.

                      Overview and Summary of Bill

    The Military Construction, and Veterans Affairs and Related 
Agencies appropriations bill funds an array of programs that 
are vital to America's military personnel and their families, 
and to the Nations' veterans. For U.S. military forces and 
their families worldwide, the bill funds critical 
infrastructure, ranging from mission essential operational and 
training facilities to key quality of life facilities, 
including barracks, family housing, child care centers, schools 
and hospitals. For America's 23,400,000 veterans, the bill 
provides the necessary funding for veterans benefits and health 
care, from prescription drugs and clinical services to the 
construction of hospitals and other medical facilities 
throughout the Nation. The bill also provides funds for U.S. 
cemeteries and monument both in the United States and overseas, 
U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, the Armed Forces 
Retirement Homes, military construction for Overseas 
Contingency Operations, and advance appropriations for veterans 
healthcare programs.
    At $77,665,838,000 for discretionary funding and 
$55,821,672,000 in veterans mandatory funding, the President's 
fiscal year 2010 budget proposal is a record request, 
reflecting both the importance of adequately funding military 
and veterans programs, including overseas contingency 
operations, and the challenge of dealing with aging 
infrastructure and spiraling medical costs. More than two-
thirds of the discretionary funding in the President's 
request--$53,039,103,000--is for veterans programs, an 8 
percent increase over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level of 
funding. In recognition of the importance of providing a stable 
and uninterrupted source of funding for veterans health care, 
the Committee for the first time is recommending advance 
appropriations of $48,183,000,000 for fiscal year 2011 to fund 
essential veterans medical accounts.

 Military Construction: Investing in Infrastructure for Our Troops and 
                             Their Families

    Infrastructure provides the framework to support America's 
military forces and military families at home and overseas. New 
missions to meet 21st century threats, major base realignments, 
and stationing shifts worldwide, significant increases in Army 
and Marine Corps troop strength, and the spike in expeditionary 
facilities needed to support combat forces in Iraq and 
Afghanistan have brought a surge of military construction 
demands in recent years. At the same time, the military 
continues to be confronted with the need to replace aging 
infrastructure, provide quality housing and community support 
facilities for military families, and address emerging 
requirements, such as warrior support units for wounded troops.
    To address this broad range of requirements, annual 
appropriations for military construction have grown 
exponentially in recent years, driven primarily by the need to 
implement the 2005 Base Realignment and Closure [BRAC] program, 
to provide facilities to accommodate growth in the Army and 
Marine Corps, and to fund sweeping global posture moves. 
Funding for at least a portion of these initiatives, most 
notably the BRAC construction requirements, peaked in fiscal 
year 2009, resulting in a decrease in the military construction 
budget request for fiscal year 2010. For example, the fiscal 
year 2010 budget request of $7,479,498,000 for BRAC 2005 
represents a reduction of $1,549,415,000 from the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level. Similarly, the fiscal year 2010 request of 
$1,958,698,000 for military family housing is roughly half of 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, with the reduction 
attributed to the progress that has been made in completing the 
privatization of military family housing.
    For fiscal year 2010, the President requested 
$1,404,984,000 in addition to the regular military construction 
budget request to fund Overseas Contingency Operations in 
Afghanistan. The intent of this additional category of funding 
for military construction, which the Committee has addressed in 
a separate title in the bill, is to preclude the need for mid-
year supplemental funding for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    Despite the recent history of higher military construction 
budget requests, the Committee notes that the additional 
funding has focused on new initiatives, while the level of 
funding requested for regular military construction, 
particularly for the Guard and reserve, has remained largely 
static. Therefore, the Committee has continued its practice of 
providing additional funding, where indicated, to supplement 
the President's budget request, with particular emphasis on 
mission critical and quality of life facilities. The Committee 
has vetted each of the military construction projects included 
in the Committee recommendation with the services and military 
agencies to ensure that every project is a priority of the base 
commander, meets a military requirement, and is executable. 
Because the Department of Defense did not provide Future Years 
Defense Program [FYDP] guidance to accompany the fiscal year 
2010 budget request, the Committee was unable to apply its 
normal requirement that project adds must be in the FYDP. 
However, the Committee is satisfied that the services and 
Defense agencies have sufficient clarity regarding future year 
military construction requirements to enable them to exercise 
an informed assessment of proposed project adds. Each of the 
projects added to this bill was cleared through the pertinent 
service or agency and is authorized in the Committee reported 
version of the Senate National Defense Authorization Act for 
Fiscal Year 2010.

  Department of Veterans Affairs: Keeping America's Commitment to Our 
                           Nation's Veterans

    Transformation is the theme of the President's fiscal year 
2010 budget request for the Department of Veterans Affairs 
[VA]. As Secretary Eric Shinseki testified before the Committee 
on June 11, 2009, ``The President's vision for the Department 
is to transform VA into a 21st century organization that is 
veteran-centric, results-driven, and forward-looking.''
    The Committee is dedicated to providing the resources 
necessary to carry out this vision, and to provide timely, high 
quality services to the Nation's veterans tailored to their 
individual and generational needs. Today's veterans are a 
mirror of the Nation's population--young, old, rich, poor, men, 
women, rural, urban, and all races and all creeds. There is no 
one-size-fits-all approach to providing the medical care and 
benefits that our veterans have earned and so richly deserve. 
It is for this reason that the Committee has taken a leading 
role over the past several years in funding initiatives aimed 
at improving services and facilities for a growing population 
of aging veterans while at the same time focusing on the 
emerging needs of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, including 
research into the treatment of traumatic brain injury [TBI], 
post-traumatic stress disorder [PTSD] and polytrauma injuries, 
the unique needs of women veterans, the challenge of homeless 
veterans, and the growing demand for services among veterans 
living in far-flung and often remote rural areas.
    The Committee's fiscal year 2010 VA funding recommendations 
continue this effort, fully supporting the President's request 
for mental health care and research, including tele-mental 
health for veterans in rural areas, and for health care for 
veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, women veterans, 
homeless veterans, rural veterans, aging veterans, and newly 
qualified veterans coming into the system.
    In particular, the Committee commends the President for 
continuing the Rural Health Initiative which this Committee 
began in fiscal year 2009 with $250,000,000 dedicated to 
improving health care services for veterans living in rural 
areas without easy access to VA hospitals and clinics. The 
fiscal year 2010 budget request continues this initiative with 
additional funding that will provide an aggregate total of 
$440,000,000 for programs for rural veterans, including mobile 
clinics, rural health consultants and tele-health services. The 
Committee's recommendation includes $50,000,000 for a new Rural 
Clinic Initiative to provide for the establishment of 
additional community based outpatient clinics [CBOCs] in rural 
and highly rural areas. The goal of this initiative is to 
extend the reach of VA-provided medical care to underserved 
rural areas.
    In fiscal year 2009, Congress provided the Department 
$375,000,000 above the budget request to begin a gradual 
expansion of health care eligibility for non-disabled veterans 
earning modest incomes. On June 15, 2009, the VA began this 
gradual expansion by allowing enrollment for non-disabled 
veterans whose incomes exceeded the current VA income threshold 
by up to 10 percent. The VA's budget request for fiscal year 
2010 includes planned expenditures of $533,000,000 to support 
the addition of 266,000 new enrollments. The Committee lauds 
this effort and has provided the requested funding to assist 
the Department in achieving its goal of expanding enrollment to 
500,000 new veterans, previously excluded due to their income, 
by 2013.
    For the first time, the Committee recommends advance 
appropriations for fiscal year 2011 for three key VA medical 
care accounts: Medical Services, Medical Support and 
Compliance, and Medical Facilities. The Committee's 
recommendation, developed in consultation with the Department, 
totals $48,183,000,000. Advance appropriations for the VA is a 
ground-breaking approach to budgeting for future VA healthcare 
costs. Given the volatile nature of medical costs and the 
emerging requirements and growing number of veterans served by 
the VA health care system, the Committee recognizes that budget 
estimates made 2 years in advance of requirements may well have 
to be adjusted in future budget submissions. This is 
particularly likely in the beginning years of advance 
appropriations, and the Committee therefore is prepared to 
address any funding discrepancies that may arise in these 
accounts in fiscal year 2011.

                                TITLE I

                         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

                       Items of Special Interest

                                HEARINGS

    The Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans 
Affairs and Related Agencies held two hearings related to the 
fiscal year 2010 military construction budget request. On May 
12, 2009, the subcommittee held a hearing on the budget 
priorities of the United States Army and the United States 
Navy. On May 19, 2009, the subcommittee heard testimony from 
representatives of the Office of Secretary of Defense and the 
United States Air Force.

                  SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

    The fiscal year 2010 budget request for military 
construction and family housing totals $22,946,036,000. The 
request reflects a decrease of $7,708,889,000 from the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level. However, it should be noted that the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level includes $2,880,000,000 in 
emergency funding provided in the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act of 2009 and $2,725,342,000 in fiscal year 2009 
supplemental funding for overseas contingency operations. In 
addition to the military construction and family housing 
request, the President's budget request for fiscal year 2010 
includes $1,404,984,000 for overseas contingency operations in 
Afghanistan. The Committee has provided funding for fiscal year 
2010 overseas contingency operations in a separate title, title 
IV of the bill and report.
    For title I, the Committee recommends $23,232,299,000. This 
is $286,263,000 above the budget request for military 
construction and family housing.

                        REPROGRAMMING GUIDELINES

    The following reprogramming guidelines apply for all 
military construction and family housing projects. A project or 
account (including the sub-elements of an account) which has 
been specifically reduced by the Congress in acting on the 
budget request is considered to be a congressional interest 
item and as such, prior approval is required. Accordingly, no 
reprogrammings to an item specifically reduced below the 
threshold by the Congress are permitted.
    The reprogramming criteria that apply to military 
construction projects (25 percent of the funded amount or 
$2,000,000, whichever is less) continue to apply to new housing 
construction projects and to improvements over $2,000,000. To 
provide the services the flexibility to proceed with 
construction contracts without disruption or delay, the costs 
associated with environmental hazard remediation such as 
asbestos removal, radon abatement, lead-based paint removal or 
abatement, and any other legislated environmental hazard 
remediation may be excluded, provided that such remediation 
requirements could not be reasonably anticipated at the time of 
the budget submission. This exclusion applies to projects 
authorized in this budget year, as well as projects authorized 
in prior years for which construction has not been completed.
    Furthermore, in instances where prior approval to a 
reprogramming request for a project or account has been 
received from the Committee, the adjusted amount approved 
becomes the new base for any future increase or decrease via 
below-threshold reprogrammings (provided that the project or 
account is not a congressional interest item as defined above).
    In addition to these guidelines, the services are directed 
to adhere to the guidance for military construction 
reprogrammings and notifications, including the pertinent 
statutory authorities contained in DOD Financial Management 
Regulation 7000.14-R and relevant updates and policy memoranda.

                       REAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE

    The Committee recommends a continuation of the following 
general rules for repairing a facility under ``Operation and 
Maintenance'' account funding:
  --Components of the facility may be repaired by replacement, 
        and such replacement may be up to current standards or 
        code.
  --Interior arrangements and restorations may be included as 
        repair, but additions, new facilities, and functional 
        conversions must be performed as military construction 
        projects.
  --Such projects may be done concurrent with repair projects, 
        as long as the final conjunctively funded project is a 
        complete and usable facility.
  --The appropriate Service Secretary shall submit a 21-day 
        notification prior to carrying out any repair project 
        with an estimated cost in excess of $7,500,000.
    The Department is directed to continue to report on the 
real property maintenance backlog at all installations for 
which there is a requested construction project in future 
budget requests. This information is to be provided on the Form 
1390. In addition, for all troop housing requests, the Form 
1391 is to continue to show all real property maintenance 
conducted in the past 2 years and all future requirements for 
unaccompanied housing at that installation.

                          INCREMENTAL FUNDING

    In general, the Committee supports full funding for 
military construction projects. However, it continues to be the 
practice of the Committee to provide incremental funding for 
certain large projects, despite administration policy to the 
contrary, to enable the services to more efficiently allocate 
military construction dollars among projects that can be 
executed in the year of appropriation. As the Assistant 
Secretary of the Navy for Installations and Environment, B.J. 
Penn, testified before the Committee in June, ``as the cost of 
complex piers and utilities systems rise above the $100,000,000 
and even $200,000,000 threshold, compliance with the full-
funding policy drives both Services (Navy and Marine Corps) to 
make hard choices regarding which other equally critical 
projects must be deferred into the next year''. For fiscal year 
2010, the Committee recommends incremental funding for the 
following projects: Hospital replacement, Fort Bliss, Texas; 
National Security Agency CNCI Data Center, Camp Williams, Utah; 
ship repair pier replacement, Norfolk Naval Shipyard, 
Portsmouth, Virginia; Apra Harbor wharves improvements, Guam; 
and hospital replacement, Guam.

                           GLOBAL CHALLENGES

    In the past 5 years, the Department of Defense [DOD] has 
undergone a massive transformation in basing strategy and 
facility requirements. This transformation includes the 
realignment of U.S. military forces worldwide to meet a new 
Global Defense Posture, the closure and realignment of military 
bases within the United States as part of the 2005 Base Closure 
and Realignment [BRAC] process, the restructuring of the Army 
from division-based to modular brigade-based, the growth in the 
end strength of the Army and Marine Corps, and the planned 
realignment of U.S. marines from Okinawa to Guam. Each of these 
initiatives represents a significant challenge in itself. The 
combination of all of these initiatives, being undertaken at 
the same time that the U.S. military is fighting wars in Iraq 
and Afghanistan, has imposed significant management challenges 
on the Department and the services.
    As part of the Quadrennial Defense Review [QDR], the 
Department is reviewing many of these initiatives, including 
Global Defense Posture moves, basing decisions related to Army 
growth and modularity, and Guam relocation requirements. 
Already, the Department has reduced the number of planned Army 
Brigade Combat Teams and has placed several major construction 
initiatives on hold pending the outcome of the QDR.
    The Committee remains concerned that the Department is 
exercising adequate oversight of the execution and integration 
of these vast and various initiatives, in particular the Global 
Defense Posture moves and the Guam relocation, which are among 
the costliest and most complicated of the initiatives, and 
welcomes the additional scrutiny of the QDR process. However, 
the lack of a clear direction forward on certain programs, such 
as the Guam relocation, has made it difficult for the Committee 
to make informed decisions on some of the fiscal year 2010 
budget proposals relating to those programs. The Department's 
decision to not provide Future Years Defense Program [FYDP] 
data with the fiscal year 2010 budget has further complicated 
the Committee's efforts to ascertain the scope and timetable of 
large-scale initiatives.
    Global Defense Posture.--As part of the Global Defense 
Posture initiative, the President has requested $1,499,253,000 
in fiscal year 2010 for overseas military construction, 
approximately 7 percent of the regular military construction 
request (excluding base realignment and closure). The 
President's request for overseas military construction projects 
spans the globe from Europe to the Pacific and from Southwest 
Asia to Central America.
    The Committee continues to support the Defense Department's 
efforts to reassess and realign its overseas installations to 
better respond to emerging security challenges. However, the 
Committee is concerned that DOD reporting does not incorporate 
all of the numerous moves and initiatives that impact DOD's 
Global Defense Posture and does not fully capture the costs and 
future resourcing requirements for this major restructuring 
effort. The insufficiency of the most recent Defense department 
report underscores recurring concerns within the Committee 
regarding the Department's ability to effectively manage a 
number of complex initiatives in a short time frame and amidst 
a dynamic international security environment. Without 
comprehensive reporting by the Department on the scope and cost 
of overseas presence, the Committee is limited in its ability 
to decide between competing requirements in an environment of 
limited resources. In a September 2006 report to Congress on 
the review of DOD's 2004 report (GAO-06-852), the Government 
Accountability Office [GAO] reported that DOD's global defense 
strategy lacked characteristics of an effective strategy and 
that reporting requirements regarding this strategy were not 
providing Congress with sufficient information to provide 
necessary oversight of the initiative.
    DOD transmitted its 2008 Report to Congress, entitled 
``Strengthening U.S. Global Defense Posture'', in October 2008, 
7 months after the original reporting deadline. The GAO's 
ongoing review of DOD's Global Defense Posture initiative 
continues to identify weaknesses in DOD's reporting efforts. 
For example, DOD did not provide a comprehensive report of all 
posture moves and did not accurately capture costs associated 
with this significant shift in its global posture. GAO's 
preliminary observations of the 2008 report identified the 
following shortcomings. First, DOD has not established a 
consistent approach to monitor initiative implementation, 
assess progress, and periodically report on results. Second, 
DOD focused the 2008 report on updating realignment initiatives 
reported in its 2004 report and omitted any new initiatives 
that impact DOD's global posture. The 2008 report did not 
provide a list of all main operating bases [MOB], forward 
operating sites [FOS], and cooperative security locations 
[CSL], and the resources required to staff these locations or 
the end-state justification for such locations. In addition, 
DOD has not resolved the long-standing issue of assigning 
management and funding responsibilities for future locations as 
services resist undertaking the potentially significant 
operating and support costs they may entail. Third, DOD's 
estimate for the cost of the global defense posture initiative 
significantly underestimates the total costs associated with 
restructuring DOD's global posture. The DOD report estimates 
the cost of implementing the strategy at $9,000,000,000 to 
$12,000,000,000, a figure that is unchanged from the preceding 
estimate reported in 2004 and does not reflect total costs 
associated with global defense posture. For example, the DOD 
report did not identify contributions from host nations or the 
costs associated with operating and sustaining future 
locations. If host nation contributions are not realized or DOD 
does not accurately account for all cost factors, the U.S. 
Government could be responsible for higher than expected cost 
obligations. Furthermore, DOD did not provide a timeframe for 
when and how these funds would be spent beyond the Future Years 
Defense Program.
    The Committee is concerned that the Department's reporting 
still fails to reflect whether the Department has implemented 
appropriate processes to manage the vast, complex, and costly 
array of Global Defense Posture initiatives that Congress must 
oversee. Therefore, in order to provide greater transparency 
and more meaningful context to support congressional 
deliberations, the Committee directs the Department to modify 
report contents for the global posture initiative to accompany 
the budget submission for fiscal years 2011-2014 to include the 
following elements:
  --An overview of the current overseas basing strategy and an 
        explanation of any changes to the strategy since DOD's 
        2008 report to Congress and an updated timeline for 
        implementing the strategy;
  --A list of all departments or agencies contributing as 
        stakeholders to the content of the report;
  --A definition of global defense posture and how this 
        definition is applied to identifying new initiatives;
  --A complete list of all current and proposed MOB, FOS, and 
        CSL, along with the justification for each location and 
        the status of host-nation negotiations for each new 
        site;
  --An identification of lead service responsibilities to 
        manage and fund each location;
  --A description of performance goals that establish short- 
        and long-term implementation objectives of the global 
        posture initiative and measures that can be used to 
        assess progress towards achieving those goals;
  --A full report of total costs to implement this initiative, 
        including a breakdown for each location, that adheres 
        to best practices established by the Office of 
        Management and Budget and professional cost analysis 
        organizations and includes the four characteristics of 
        a high quality, reliable cost estimate:
    --Well documented, including clearly detailed calculations 
            and results, and an explanation of the methodology 
            and assumptions used to calculate costs;
    --Comprehensive, discussing all cost elements associated 
            with establishing, maintaining, and operating each 
            location, as well as a specific estimate of 
            expected contributions from host nations;
    --Accurate and unbiased, based on an assessment of most 
            likely costs, and updated to reflect changes in 
            technical or program assumptions and new phases or 
            milestones; and
    --Credible, discussing any limitations of the analysis from 
            uncertainty surrounding data assumptions.
    The Committee also directs the Government Accountability 
Office to assess the Department's updated report and ongoing 
processes related to the GDP initiative, with specific emphasis 
on the following:
  --The extent to which the report provides a comprehensive and 
        accurate view on the status of DOD's efforts to realign 
        its overseas presence;
  --The degree to which OSD, the combatant commands, and the 
        services have established integrated and consistent 
        approaches to monitor posture requirement 
        implementation, assess progress, and periodically 
        report on results;
  --The manner in which DOD has incorporated the perspective of 
        other departments and agencies regarding the 
        development and implementation of posture requirements; 
        and
  --The extent to which OSD and the services have developed and 
        synchronized total cost estimates regarding the 
        implementation of posture requirements. This assessment 
        should be submitted to the congressional defense 
        committees no later than April 15, 2010.
    Guam Military Buildup.--The Committee understands and has 
been generally supportive of the military rationale behind the 
planned transfer of 8,000 U.S. marines and 9,000 dependents 
from Okinawa to Guam but continues to have concerns related to 
the overall cost and implementation of this initiative, 
including the cost to upgrade Guam's infrastructure to 
accommodate the expanded U.S. military presence and the 
implications of the still-to-be completed environmental impact 
statement [EIS]. The Committee notes that the Guam relocation 
plan is under review as part of the Quadrennial Defense Review 
[QRD], along with the Department's global defense posture and 
the training requirements for U.S. forces in theaters of 
operation, and that the results of the QDR are not expected to 
be finalized until later this year.
    It is likely that the QDR findings will inform the number 
and complement of forces to be relocated to Guam as well as 
influencing the fiscal year 2011 defense budget and the Future 
Years Defense Program [FYDP], which provides the near-term 
military construction roadmap for the Department. Without the 
needed documentation and clarity on future plans, the Committee 
is unable to fully assess the requirement for the fiscal year 
2010 budget request. For this reason, the Committee has 
deferred funding requested electrical upgrades and aircraft 
parking apron projects in the fiscal year 2010 budget request 
pending the submission of a FYDP and an updated master plan for 
the Guam relocation, validated by the QDR.
    The Committee is also concerned with the overall military 
and non-military infrastructure needed for the island and the 
costs associated with these projects. While the fiscal year 
2010 budget request includes $377,000,000 in military 
construction funding for the Guam relocation, there continues 
to exist critical infrastructure needs that fall outside the 
scope of military construction funding. In April, as part of 
its continued review of the buildup in Guam, the Government 
Accountability Office [GAO] again pointed out the shortfalls in 
services on the island, including the lack of port capacity, 
the limited capacity of Guam's highway system, and the 
inadequacy of the electrical grid, water, and wastewater 
systems. While these systems are critical to the buildup of 
Guam, many of these needs fall outside the purview of the 
Department of Defense and are likely to require support from 
other U.S. Government departments and agencies. Current cost 
estimates for the Guam buildup total $13,000,000,000, up from 
the original $10,300,000,000 estimate. However, in testimony 
before Congress in May 2009, the Commandant of the U.S. Marine 
Corps indicated that even the updated estimate may be far short 
of requirements. And while the Government of Japan has pledged 
$6,090,000,000 in direct and in-kind infrastructure funding to 
support the transfer of U.S. marines from Okinawa, the 
remainder of infrastructure funds is likely to be borne by the 
United States Government.
    The oversight of the transfer of marines to Guam falls 
under the Joint Guam Program Office [JGPO] within the U.S. 
Marine Corps. While the JGPO has made important inroads in 
addressing Guam's needs beyond the military aspects of the 
move, the Committee agrees with GAO that a higher level 
official should be tasked with engaging other U.S. departments 
and agencies in an effort to secure critical funding and 
resources. Therefore, the Committee recommends that the 
Secretary of Defense, or his designee at the Under Secretary 
level, act as the lead coordinator for the Guam buildup. The 
Committee directs the Department to provide to the 
congressional defense committees a Guam buildup report no later 
than April 30, 2010. This plan should include a list, by fiscal 
year, of all the projects required--military and non-military--
including highway, electrical, water system and port upgrade 
projects required to support the growth of the U.S. military 
population on Guam. The report should include the anticipated 
costs associated with such projects along with the proposed 
funding source should the funding fall outside the Department 
of Defense.
    Africa Command [AFRICOM].--The Committee recognizes, and 
supports, the unique mission and composition of the Africa 
Command, but remains concerned over the uncertain military 
construction plans and requirements of the command. For the 
foreseeable future, pending QDR review, it appears that AFRICOM 
headquarters will remain in Stuttgart, Germany, with Camp 
Lemonier, Djibouti, the only AFRICOM installation on the 
African continent. The Committee is concerned with AFRICOM's 
lack of an overall infrastructure plan to execute its mission 
in Africa, including the potential of establishing a command 
headquarters on the continent. The fiscal year 2010 budget 
request includes $41,800,000 for expeditionary construction 
projects at Camp Lemonier, and pending any redesignation of 
Camp Lemonier as a permanent base, the Committee continues to 
support only expeditionary construction at the installation. In 
light of the pending QDR report, the Committee directs the 
Department to provide the congressional defense committees a 
strategic infrastructure plan for AFRICOM no later than April 
30, 2010, including, but not limited to, an updated master plan 
for Camp Lemonier and an identification of any other planned or 
proposed headquarters or forward operating locations in Africa 
requiring military construction, including projected projects 
and their costs.
    Army Brigade Combat Team Strategy.--On June 2, 2009, the 
Secretary of the Army announced that the Army has halted plans 
to activate three additional Brigade Combat Teams [BCTs] at 
Fort Bliss, Texas; Fort Carson, Colorado; and Fort Stewart, 
Georgia. The Secretary noted that the decision to reduce the 
number of BCTs from 48 to 45 will not affect the Army's 
authorized end strength of 547,000, so this total will be 
absorbed into the 45 BCT plan. However, the decision affects 
military construction funding appropriated for these three BCTs 
in fiscal year 2009 and requested in fiscal year 2010.
    This Committee has been very supportive of Army modularity 
and the Grow the Army strategy, which originally included an 
increase in the number of BCTs by 6, from 42 to 48, and has 
made a significant investment in military construction to 
support the initiative. In fiscal year 2009, the Committee 
appropriated $2,100,000,000 for Army military construction and 
family housing to support the activation of the three BCTs at 
Forts Bliss, Stewart and Carson. The President's fiscal year 
2010 budget request includes $637,750,000 for additional Army 
construction related to those BCTs. In addition, the fiscal 
year 2010 budget request includes military construction funding 
for schools and medical facilities intended to support the 
three BCTs.
    In light of the Army's decision to cancel those BCTs, the 
Committee has recommended adjustments to the fiscal year 2010 
budget request for certain facilities related to the BCTs. 
However, the Committee notes that Forts Bliss, Carson, and 
Stewart are key Army installations with unique training and 
operational assets. Despite the cancellation of the BCTs, the 
Army projects continued growth at these installations, with 
Fort Bliss projected to grow from 13,742 in 2003 to 36,069 in 
2013, Fort Carson from 15,199 to 25,033, and Fort Stewart from 
20,512 to 24,970. The Committee recognizes that the Army has 
existing facility shortfalls at these installations, and 
instead of rescinding fiscal year 2009 funding for the three 
BCTs, directs the Secretary of the Army to prepare and submit 
to the congressional defense committees alternative spending 
proposals and reprogrammings to address existing military 
construction requirements at these installations.
    In a related matter, the evaluation of whether to keep two 
BCTs in Europe beyond the scheduled date to restation to the 
United States, and to which installation they will be assigned, 
is under consideration by the Department of Defense in the QDR. 
While the decision on this issue is separate from the 45 BCT 
decision, the military construction implications could be 
significant. Therefore, the Committee believes this decision is 
part of the overall construction requirement plan. The Army's 
ability to expeditiously formulate a comprehensive stationing 
plan for all of its BCTs and to communicate it to Congress will 
be instrumental in this Committee's ability to support the new 
construction plan by maximizing the funds available to it.

                         BARRACKS MODERNIZATION

    Given the Defense Department's aging and outmoded legacy 
barracks inventory, coupled with recent growth in the end 
strength of the Army and Marine Corps, the Committee recognizes 
both the importance and the challenge of reducing the deficit 
in barracks space for unaccompanied personnel and eliminating 
inadequate troop barracks throughout the military. To that end, 
the Committee commends the services for making barracks 
modernization a top priority. The President's fiscal year 2010 
budget request includes $1,900,000,000 for permanent party and 
trainee barracks construction, continuing the emphasis that the 
Department has placed on eliminating both inadequate barracks 
and barracks space deficits worldwide. In addition to military 
construction funds, the services also have the ability to use 
Operation and Maintenance funds to renovate and modernize aging 
barracks, and have made significant barracks improvements with 
this funding.
    In an effort to gauge the progress that the services have 
made in upgrading barracks, reducing space deficits, and 
meeting the target of eliminating inadequate permanent party 
spaces, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
provide to the congressional defense committees a detailed 
barracks capacity and modernization status report including, 
but not limited to, the following information:
  --total number of military personnel, by service and rank, 
        assigned to unaccompanied housing quarters as of 
        September 30, 2008;
  --total inventory of barracks spaces, including permanent 
        party and trainee barracks, by service, as of September 
        30, 2008. This inventory should specify which spaces 
        are adequate and which are inadequate;
  --projected barracks space requirements, by service, through 
        fiscal year 2015; and
  --a list of individual construction projects and project 
        costs, by service and by fiscal year, required to 
        eliminate remaining inadequate permanent party barracks 
        through fiscal year 2015.
    This report shall be provided to the congressional defense 
committees with the submission of the fiscal year 2011 budget 
request.
    Barracks Privatization.--The Committee notes that both the 
Army and the Navy have undertaken barracks privatization 
projects in an effort to improve the quality of housing for 
unaccompanied personnel. While the Army has limited its program 
to bachelor officer and senior enlisted quarters using existing 
housing privatization authority, the Navy has focused its 
unaccompanied housing privatization effort on moving junior 
enlisted sailors from shipboard ashore, using special pilot 
project authority. According to DOD, the Navy initiative has 
demonstrated that privatizing unaccompanied housing for junior 
enlisted personnel can be less costly on a lifecycle basis than 
traditional military construction.
    To determine the potential impact of implementing a similar 
barracks privatization initiative for enlisted Army personnel, 
the Committee directs the Secretary of the Army to provide a 
barracks privatization feasibility report to the congressional 
defense committees. The report shall include, at minimum, an 
analysis of the financial and legal aspects of junior enlisted 
barracks privatization, including a determination of whether 
new authority would be required to implement a pilot, and an 
assessment of the potential impact on command, unit cohesion, 
and quality of life for junior enlisted personnel. In addition, 
the report shall include a comparison between privatization and 
military construction of the lifecycle cost of providing 
unaccompanied housing for junior enlisted personnel.
    The report shall be submitted to the congressional defense 
committees no later than December 31, 2009. The Committee fully 
expects this report to be delivered on time. In the event this 
deadline cannot be met, the Secretary of the Army shall submit 
a written explanation for the failure to deliver the report, 
and an expected date of delivery, no later than 7 days after 
the reporting deadline.

                      GREEN BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES

    The Committee notes that the Department of Defense is the 
Nation's single largest consumer of energy, accounting for 
approximately 78 percent of the Federal Government's energy 
usage. The services are to be commended for the building 
practices they have initiated in recent years to improve the 
energy efficiency of buildings on military installations, 
including both military construction and family housing.
    The Committee strongly supports energy conservation 
measures that not only contribute to reduced energy consumption 
on military installations, but also address overarching 
environmental and climate concerns. Among the many energy 
conservation measures that DOD is exploring, the Committee 
encourages additional investment in green roof, cool roof, and 
photovoltaic roof technology. The Committee notes that Peterson 
Air Force Base, Colorado, recently installed a green roof on 
the wing headquarters facility as a case study to evaluate the 
economic benefits, maintenance requirements, and longevity and 
effectiveness of a green roof. Green roof and related 
technologies have been implemented by a number of cities and 
municipalities, both in the United States and, to a larger 
extent, in Europe, and have demonstrated both energy savings 
and climate benefits.
    Given the scope of the Department's military construction 
program, these technologies should be considered for 
incorporation, where practical, into all new military 
construction projects as well as retrofits in existing 
buildings. Recognizing the potential benefits of this 
technology, the Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to 
evaluate the incorporation of green roof, cool roof, 
photovoltaic roof and similar technologies for military 
construction projects funded in this act, and to consider these 
technologies as part of the standard design process in future 
construction requirements. The Committee further directs the 
Secretary of Defense to provide to the congressional defense 
committees a report on the steps taken to incorporate these 
technologies into the fiscal year 2010 and 2011 military 
construction program. This report shall be provided with the 
fiscal year 2011 military construction budget submission.

                      Military Construction, Army

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $6,004,317,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,660,779,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,477,673,000

\1\Includes $1,362,989,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5 and 
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The military construction appropriation for the Army 
provides for acquisition, construction, installation, and 
equipment of temporary or permanent public works, military 
installations, facilities, and real property for the Army. This 
appropriation also provides for facilities required as well as 
funds for infrastructure projects and programs required to 
support bases and installations around the world.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $3,477,673,000 for the Army for 
fiscal year 2010. This amount is $2,526,644,000 below the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which includes $1,362,989,000 
in emergency and supplemental funding, and $183,106,000 below 
the budget request. Further detail of the Committee's 
recommendation is provided in the State table at the end of 
this report.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded as early in fiscal year 2010 as 
practical:
    Warrior Rehabilitation and Fitness Center, Fort Campbell, 
Kentucky.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $900,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Brigade Headquarters, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.--Of the 
funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $584,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Army AVIM Hangar, Fort Rucker, Alabama.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,170,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility.
    Life Science Test Facility Addition, Dugway Proving Ground, 
Utah.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $2,890,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Convoy Skills Trainer [IED], Fort Carson, Colorado.--Of the 
funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $1,950,000 be made available for the 
construction of this project.

              Military Construction, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $3,849,250,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,763,264,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,548,771,000

\1\Includes $515,881,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5 and in 
supplemental funding in Public Law 111-32.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The military construction appropriation for the Navy and 
Marine Corps provides for acquisition, construction, 
installation, and equipment of temporary or permanent public 
works, naval installations, facilities, and real property for 
the Navy and the Marine Corps. This appropriation also provides 
for facilities required as well as funds for infrastructure 
projects and programs required to support bases and 
installations around the world.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $3,548,771,000 for Navy and Marine 
Corps military construction for fiscal year 2010. This amount 
is $300,479,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which 
includes $515,881,000 in emergency and supplemental funding, 
and $214,493,000 below the budget request. Further detail of 
the Committee's recommendation is provided in the State table 
at the end of this report.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
project to be awarded as early in fiscal year 2010 as 
practical.
    Consolidation of Structural Shops, Portsmouth Naval 
Shipyard, Maine.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
in this account, the Committee directs that $2,000,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $1,558,545,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,145,434,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,213,539,000

\1\Includes $461,620,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5 and in 
supplemental funding in Public Law 111-32.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The military construction appropriation for the Air Force 
provides for acquisition, construction, installation, and 
equipment of temporary or permanent public works, military 
installations, facilities, and real property for the Air Force. 
This appropriation also provides for facilities required as 
well as funds for infrastructure projects and programs required 
to support bases and installations around the world.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $1,213,539,000 for the Air Force 
in fiscal year 2010. This amount is $345,006,000 below the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which includes $461,620,000 in 
emergency and supplemental funding, and $68,105,000 above the 
budget request. Further detail of the Committee's 
recommendation is provided in the State table at the end of 
this report.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded as early in fiscal year 2010 as 
practical:
    Widen Paine Street, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.--Of 
the funds provided for minor construction in this account, the 
Committee directs that $2,000,000 be made available for the 
construction of this project.
    C-17 Kona Short Auxiliary Airfield, Kona International 
Airport, Hawaii.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
in this account, the Committee directs that $910,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Dormitory, Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $1,500,000 be made available for the design of 
this facility. The Committee notes that this dormitory is 
needed to meet new requirements for the beddown of Special 
Operations Forces at Cannon, and that not only is there a 
current deficit in dorm rooms at this installation, but most of 
the existing dorm rooms are rated substandard, due to mold, 
asbestos, and infrastructure deficiencies. The Committee 
therefore urges the Air Force to advance this project into the 
fiscal year 2011 budget request.
    Student Officer Quarters, Phase 2, Laughlin AFB, Texas.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $713,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Consolidated Security Forces Operations Center, Lackland 
AFB, Texas.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in 
this account, the Committee directs that $342,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Mission Operations Center, Dyess AFB, Texas.--Of the funds 
provided for planning and design in this account, the Committee 
directs that $390,000 be made available for the design of this 
facility.
    Civil Engineer Maintenance Complex, Mountain Home AFB, 
Idaho.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $1,700,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.

                  Military Construction, Defense-Wide


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $3,803,167,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,097,526,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,069,114,000

\1\Includes $2,111,552,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5 and 
in supplemental funding in Public Law 111-32.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The military construction appropriation for the Department 
of Defense provides for acquisition, construction, 
installation, and equipment of temporary or permanent public 
works, military installations, facilities, and real property 
Defense-Wide. This appropriation also provides for facilities 
required as well as funds for infrastructure projects and 
programs required to support bases and installations around the 
world.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $3,069,114,000 for projects 
considered within the ``Defense-Wide'' account. This amount is 
$734,053,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which 
includes $2,111,552,000 in emergency and supplemental funding, 
and $28,412,000 below the budget request. Further detail of the 
Committee's recommendation is provided in the State table at 
the end of this report.
    Landstuhl Regional Medical Center.--The Committee notes 
that Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany, which serves 
as the main evacuation center for combat casualties from Iraq 
and Afghanistan, is an aging and inefficient facility with 
serious structural and design deficiencies. In addition to 
serving as a combat evacuation center, the hospital provides 
medical care for military personnel and families in the 
Kaiserslautern/Ramstein community as well as specialty care for 
servicemembers and dependents throughout the European Command. 
The TRICARE Management Agency [TMA] has programmed a 
$405,000,000 replacement hospital in the fiscal year 2011 to 
2014 timeframe, which is to be built on the same footprint as 
the existing hospital. The Committee strongly supports the 
replacement of the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, but 
believes that the Department should complete a site assessment 
before replacing the hospital at its current location. The 
Committee notes that Ramstein Air Force Base, which is adjacent 
to Landstuhl, is the transport hub for combat casualties and 
could potentially accommodate the new hospital. The Committee, 
therefore, directs the Department of Defense to conduct a cost 
vs. benefit analysis of locating the replacement hospital at 
Landstuhl or Ramstein. The assessment should include ancillary 
facilities that would need to be co-located with the hospital 
as well as any housing or barracks requirements. The report 
should be delivered to the congressional defense committees 
with the submission of the fiscal year 2011 budget. Pending the 
outcome of that study, the Committee has deleted without 
prejudice funding for a warrior transition center included in 
the Army's fiscal year 2010 budget request that was to be 
located at Landstuhl in conjunction with the existing hospital. 
The Committee urges the Army to submit a new request for the 
warrior transition center when a final decision on the location 
and design of the new hospital has been made.
    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
project to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2010 as 
practical:
    Women's Health Center Facility, Fort Lewis, Washington.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $2,000,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.

                        CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee has provided $10,000,000 for the Secretary of 
Defense ``Contingency Construction'' account, as requested. 
This account provides funds which may be used by the Secretary 
of Defense for unforeseen facility requirements and military 
exercises, including those related to overseas contingency 
operations.

                 ENERGY CONSERVATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM

    The Committee recommends $225,000,000 for the Energy 
Conservation Investment Program [ECIP]. This amount is 
$135,000,000 above the budget request. While this is a 
significant increase above the request, the Committee notes 
that ECIP has proven to be one of the Department's most 
effective and reliable programs in promoting energy 
conservation and investment in renewable energy resources, 
including wind, solar, geothermal, waste-to-energy, and 
biomass, at U.S. military installations. The Committee believes 
that significantly stepping up the pace of investing in energy 
conservation and renewable and alternative energy projects for 
the Department of Defense [DOD] can contribute significantly to 
the administration's emphasis on promoting energy policies to 
reduce reliance on foreign oil, enhance energy security for key 
military assets, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and combat 
climate change.
    As noted elsewhere in the report, the Committee encourages 
the expanded use of green building technologies in new military 
construction to promote energy conservation and efficiency. 
Additionally, the Committee strongly urges the Department and 
the services to assess the potential of retrofitting existing 
buildings with green building technologies, including green 
roofs, cool roofs, photovoltaic roofs and similar technologies, 
where structurally and economically feasible. While the ECIP 
account is primarily directed at ``quick fix'' projects that 
pay back the investment within 10 years, the Committee believes 
that the critical need to reduce energy consumption and promote 
environmentally friendly and climate friendly energy 
conservation initiatives should be taken into account when 
determining the lifecycle savings that can be obtained through 
green roof and similar technologies. The Committee notes that 
ECIP funds have been used for photovoltaic roof projects, and 
encourages the use of these funds for green roof and cool roof 
technologies as well. The Committee has not set aside a 
specific amount of funding for this initiative, but encourages 
the Department to dedicate a portion of the additional ECIP 
funding in the Committee recommendation for green roof and 
related technology projects. The Committee also directs the 
Secretary to provide to the congressional defense committees a 
plan for assessing the feasibility and lifecycle benefits of 
retrofitting existing buildings on military installations with 
green roof and related technologies, including a projected 
timetable and cost estimate. This report shall be submitted no 
later than December 31, 2009.
    The Committee understands that the military services are 
working to increase energy efficiency and renewable energy on 
at least 35 bases and clusters of installations. With strategic 
cross-service planning, project design and engineering, and 
sufficient funding, this initiative could accelerate mission 
critical results. As such, the Committee supports allowing ECIP 
funds to be spent on audits and renewable assessments tied to 
specific prospective projects.
    In terms of energy security, the Committee supports an 
aggressive, cross-service program emphasizing strategic 
planning, analysis, and design of projects to protect mission 
critical assets. Continued concerns over the vulnerability of 
the power grid in the United States have underscored the need 
for the Department to reduce commercial energy consumption and 
to seek the means to achieve environmentally friendly energy 
self-sufficiency in the event of prolonged power disruptions. 
The Committee is concerned that the Department has not 
established a policy to pursue energy independence on military 
installations, and urges the development of such a policy and 
the designation of a senior level service official, to be 
designated by the Secretary, to oversee the development and 
implementation of the policy. The Committee expects the 
Department to dedicate a portion of the additional ECIP funding 
to assess power vulnerabilities at military installations and 
the risk that prolonged power disruption would pose to mission 
critical activities. The Department should develop plans, 
programs and, where appropriate, demonstration projects that 
use combinations of energy efficiency and renewable energy 
resources to mitigate risk to mission critical assets and 
promote energy independence at military installations. In 
conjunction with this effort, the Committee urges the Secretary 
of Defense, in consultation with the services, to coordinate 
with the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of 
Energy, the Federal Regulatory Commission, and relevant State 
officials to develop a coordinated cross-service, cross-agency 
plan to ensure the energy security of mission critical assets 
on U.S. military installations.
    The Committee directs the Secretary to provide an 
expenditure plan for the additional funds within 60 days after 
enactment of this act.

               Military Construction, Reserve Components

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $1,629,451,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,021,214,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,285,383,000

\1\Includes $100,000,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The military construction appropriation for Reserve 
components provides for acquisition, construction, expansion, 
rehabilitation, and conversion of facilities for the training 
and administration of the Reserve components. This 
appropriation also provides for facilities required as well as 
funds for infrastructure projects and programs required to 
support bases and installations.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $1,285,383,000 for military 
construction projects for the Guard and Reserve components. 
This amount is $344,068,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, which includes $100,000,000 in emergency funding, and 
$264,169,000 above the budget request. Further detail of the 
Committee's recommendation is provided in the State table at 
the end of this report.
    The Committee recommends approval of military construction, 
Reserve components, as outlined in the following table:

                           RESERVE COMPONENTS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
               Component                 Budget request   recommendation
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Army National Guard...................         $426,491         $497,210
Air National Guard....................          128,261          297,661
Army Reserve..........................          374,862          379,012
Navy Reserve..........................           64,124           64,124
Air Force Reserve.....................           27,476           47,376
                                       ---------------------------------
      Total...........................        1,021,214        1,285,383
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    The Committee fully expects contracts for the following 
projects to be awarded, as early in fiscal year 2010 as 
practical.

               MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

    Addition/Alteration Davenport Army Aviation Facility, 
Davenport, Iowa.--Of the funds provided for minor construction 
in this account, the Committee directs that $2,000,000 be made 
available for the construction of this facility.
    Armed Forces Reserve Center/Field Maintenance Shop, 
Johnston, Iowa.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
in this account, the Committee directs that $180,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Joint Force Headquarters, Hanscom Air Force Base, 
Massachusetts.--Of the funds provided for planning and design 
in this account, the Committee directs that $2,663,000 be made 
available for the design of this facility.
    Raymond J. Bohn Readiness Center Addition, Bismarck, North 
Dakota.--Of the funds provided for minor construction in this 
account, the Committee directs that $2,000,000 be made 
available for the construction of this facility.
    Addition/Alteration Clark County Armory, Floyd Edsall 
Training Center, Nevada.--Of the funds provided for minor 
construction in this account, the Committee directs that 
$2,000,000 be made available for the construction of this 
facility.
    Storm Water and Sewer Infrastructure Improvements, Camp 
Withycombe, Clackamas County, Oregon.--Of the funds provided 
for planning and design in this account, the Committee directs 
that $1,226,000 be made available for the design of this 
project.
    Washington County Readiness Center, Hillsboro, Oregon.--Of 
the funds provided for planning and design in this account, the 
Committee directs that $386,000 be made available for the 
design of this facility.
    Morrisville Field Vehicle Maintenance Shop, Morrisville, 
Vermont.--Of the funds provided for planning and design in this 
account, the Committee directs that $812,000 be made available 
for the design of this facility.

                   North Atlantic Treaty Organization


                      SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $330,867,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     276,314,000
Committee recommendation................................     276,314,000

\1\Includes $100,000,000 in supplemental funding in Public Law 111-32.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization [NATO] appropriation 
provides for the U.S. cost share of the NATO Security 
Investment Program for the acquisition and construction of 
military facilities and installations (including international 
military headquarters) and for related expenses for the 
collective defense of the NATO Treaty area.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $276,314,000 for the North 
Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program [NSIP] 
for fiscal year 2010. This amount is $54,553,000 below the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which includes $100,000,000 in 
supplemental funding, and equal to the budget request.

                        Family Housing Overview

    The Committee recommends $2,308,698,000 for family housing 
construction, operations and maintenance, and the Department's 
family housing improvement and homeowners assistance funds.

                   Family Housing Construction, Army

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $681,087,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     273,236,000
Committee recommendation................................     273,236,000

\1\Includes $34,507,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing appropriation for the Army provides for 
expenses of family housing for construction, including 
acquisition, replacement, addition, expansion, extension, and 
alteration. This appropriation provides for the financing of 
all costs for construction, improvements and leasing of all 
Army housing. In addition to quality of life enhancements, the 
program contains initiatives to reduce operating costs and 
conserve energy by upgrading or replacing facilities which can 
be made more efficient through relatively modest investments in 
improvements. The Department of Defense is authorized to use 
limited partnerships, make direct and guaranteed loans, and 
convey Department-owned property to stimulate the private 
sector to increase the availability of affordable, quality 
housing for the Army.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $273,236,000 for family housing 
construction, Army, including construction improvements, in 
fiscal year 2010. This amount is $407,851,000 below the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level, which includes $34,507,000 in 
emergency funding, and equal to the budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $53,936,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

                                                            ARMY FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                          Installation                           Project title                    Budget request  recommendation
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Germany.................................  Baumholder.................  Family Housing Replacement.......................         $18,000         $18,000
                                          Wiesbaden..................  Family Housing Replacement Increment 2...........          10,000          10,000
                                                                       Family Housing Replacement Increment 2...........          11,000          11,000
                                                                       Family Housing Replacement Increment 2...........          11,000          11,000
Worldwide...............................  Various Locations..........  Planning and Design..............................           3,936           3,936
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ...........................  .................................................          53,936          53,936
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                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

                                                             ARMY CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                          Installation                           Project title                    Budget request  recommendation
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Alaska..................................  Fort Richardson............  Family Housing Privatization (1,242 units).......         $46,000         $46,000
                                          Fort Wainwright............  Family Housing Privatization (176 units).........          52,000          52,000
California..............................  Fort Irwin.................  Family Housing Privatization (90 units)..........          30,000          30,000
Kentucky................................  Fort Knox..................  Family Housing Privatization (205 units).........          26,700          26,700
North Carolina..........................  Fort Bragg.................  Family Housing Privatization (11 units)..........           5,400           5,400
Virginia................................  Fort Eustis................  Family Housing Privatization (8 units)...........           6,500           6,500
Kentucky................................  Fort Knox..................  Family Housing Privatization (129 units).........          14,000          14,000
Louisiana...............................  Fort Polk..................  Family Housing Privatization (144 units).........          18,400          18,400
Oklahoma................................  Fort Sill..................  Family Housing Privatization (78 units)..........          20,300          20,300
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ...........................  .................................................         219,300         219,300
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             Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Army

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $720,042,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     523,418,000
Committee recommendation................................     523,418,000

\1\Includes $3,932,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing operation and maintenance appropriation 
for the Army provides for the operation and maintenance of 
family housing. This includes debt payment, leasing, minor 
construction, principal and interest charges, and insurance 
premiums of Army family housing.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $523,418,000 for family housing 
operation and maintenance, Army. This amount is $196,624,000 
below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which includes 
$3,932,000 in emergency funding, and equal to the budget 
request.

           Family Housing Construction, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $380,123,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     146,569,000
Committee recommendation................................     146,569,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing appropriation for the Navy and Marine 
Corps provides for expenses of family housing for construction, 
including acquisition, replacement, addition, expansion, 
extension, and alteration. This appropriation provides for the 
financing of all costs for construction, improvements, and 
leasing of all Navy and Marine Corps housing. In addition to 
quality of life enhancements, the program contains initiatives 
to reduce operating costs and conserve energy by upgrading or 
replacing facilities which can be made more efficient through 
relatively modest investments in improvements. The Department 
of Defense is authorized to use limited partnerships, make 
direct and guaranteed loans, and convey Department-owned 
property to stimulate the private sector to increase the 
availability of affordable, quality housing for the Navy and 
Marine Corps.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $146,569,000 for family housing 
construction, Navy and Marine Corps, in fiscal year 2010. This 
amount is $233,554,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level 
and equal to the budget request.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $27,877,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

                                                    NAVY AND MARINE CORPS FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                          Installation                           Project title                    Budget request  recommendation
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Guam....................................  Naval Base Guam Commander    Replacement, 30 Units at North Tipalao Phase  III          20,730          20,730
                                           Fleet Activity.
Korea...................................  Chinhae....................  Construct FH Welcome Center, Warehouse...........           4,376           4,376
Worldwide...............................  Various Locations..........  Planning and Design..............................           2,771           2,771
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ...........................  .................................................          27,877          27,877
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                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

                                                     NAVY AND MARINE CORPS CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                          Installation                           Project title                    Budget request  recommendation
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Guam....................................  Naval Base Guam............  Install Window Shutters PH III and IV Lockwood              1,448           1,448
                                                                        Terrace.
Guam....................................  Naval Base Guam............  Install Window Shutters 146 Units at New Apra....           1,439           1,439
Japan...................................  Naval Air Facility Atsugi..  Revitalization of Family Housing Townhomes.......          10,751          10,751
Spain...................................  Naval Station Rota.........  Duplex Conversion PH II..........................          11,329          11,329
Washington, DC..........................  Marine Barracks 8th & I....  Whole House Revitalization.......................           4,140           4,140
North Carolina..........................  Camp Lejeune...............  Camp Lejeune PPV Phase 6 with DODDS addition.....          78,857          78,857
Japan...................................  Marine Corps Air Station     Whole House Revitalization Midrise 1200..........          10,728          10,728
                                           Iwakuni.
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ...........................  .................................................         118,692         118,692
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    Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Navy and Marine Corps

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $376,062,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     368,540,000
Committee recommendation................................     368,540,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing operation and maintenance appropriation 
for the Navy and Marine Corps provides for the operation and 
maintenance of family housing. This includes debt payment, 
leasing, minor construction, principal and interest charges, 
and insurance premiums of Navy and Marine Corps family housing.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $368,540,000 for family housing 
operation and maintenance, Navy and Marine Corps, in fiscal 
year 2010. This amount is $7,522,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                 Family Housing Construction, Air Force

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $475,979,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      66,101,000
Committee recommendation................................      66,101,000

\1\Includes $80,100,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing appropriation for the Air Force provides 
for expenses of family housing for construction, including 
acquisition, replacement, addition, expansion, extension, and 
alteration. This appropriation provides for the financing of 
all costs for construction, improvements and leasing of all Air 
Force housing. In addition to quality of life enhancements, the 
program contains initiatives to reduce operating costs and 
conserve energy by upgrading or replacing facilities which can 
be made more efficient through relatively modest investments in 
improvements. The Department of Defense is authorized to use 
limited partnerships, make direct and guaranteed loans, and 
convey Department-owned property to stimulate the private 
sector to increase the availability of affordable, quality 
housing for the Air Force.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $66,101,000 for family housing 
construction, Air Force, in fiscal year 2010. This amount is 
$409,878,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which 
includes $80,000,000 in emergency funding, and equal to the 
budget request.

                       CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    The following projects are to be accomplished within the 
amounts provided for construction improvements:

                                                   AIR FORCE FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                            Installation                            Project title                 Budget request  recommendation
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Japan...................................  Kadena AB.......................  Improve Family Housing (362 units)..........          61,737          61,737
United Kingdom..........................  RAF Menwith Hill................  Improve Family Housing (1 units)............              50              50
Worldwide...............................  Various Locations...............  Planning and Design.........................           4,314           4,314
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ................................  ............................................          66,101          66,101
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          Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Air Force

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $610,926,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     502,936,000
Committee recommendation................................     502,936,000

\1\Includes $16,461,000 in emergency funding in Public Law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing operation and maintenance appropriation 
for the Air Force provides for the operation and maintenance of 
family housing. This includes debt payment, leasing, minor 
construction, principal and interest charges, and insurance 
premiums of Air Force family housing.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $502,396,000 for family housing 
operation and maintenance, Air Force, in fiscal year 2010. This 
amount is $107,990,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, which includes $16,461,000 in emergency funding, and 
equal to the budget request.

               Family Housing Construction, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      $2,859,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,859,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing appropriation for Defense-wide provides 
for expenses of family housing for construction, including 
acquisition, replacement, addition, expansion, extension, and 
alteration. This appropriation provides for the financing of 
all costs for construction, improvements and leasing of housing 
for Defense-wide agencies. In addition to quality of life 
enhancements, the program contains initiatives to reduce 
operating costs and conserve energy by upgrading or replacing 
facilities which can be made more efficient through relatively 
modest investments in improvements. The Department of Defense 
is authorized to use limited partnerships, make direct and 
guaranteed loans, and convey Department-owned property to 
stimulate the private sector to increase the availability of 
affordable, quality housing for Defense-wide agencies.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $2,859,000 for family housing 
construction, Defense-Wide, in fiscal year 2010 as requested by 
the President.

                              CONSTRUCTION

    The Committee recommends $2,859,000 for new construction, 
as shown below:

                                                        DEFENSE-WIDE FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                                             Committee
                Location                            Installation                            Project title                 Budget request  recommendation
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Pennsylvania............................  Susquehanna.....................  DLA Family Housing--Whole House Renovation..           2,859           2,859
                                                                                                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................  ................................  ............................................           2,859           2,859
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         Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $49,231,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      49,214,000
Committee recommendation................................      49,214,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing operation and maintenance appropriation 
for Defense-Wide provides for the operation and maintenance of 
family housing. This includes debt payment, leasing, minor 
construction, principal and interest charges, and insurance 
premiums of Defense family housing.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $49,214,000 for family housing 
operation and maintenance, Defense-Wide. This amount is $17,000 
below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request.

                    Family Housing Improvement Fund

Appropriations, 2009....................................        $850,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       2,600,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,600,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The family housing improvement appropriation provides for 
the Department of Defense to undertake housing initiatives and 
to provide an alternative means of acquiring and improving 
military family housing and supporting facilities. This account 
provides seed money for housing privatization initiatives.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $2,600,000 for the Family Housing 
Improvement Fund. This amount is $1,750,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                       Homeowners Assistance Fund

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $559,500,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      23,225,000
Committee recommendation................................     373,225,000

\1\Includes $555,000,000 in emergency funding in Public law 111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Homeowners Assistance Program [HAP] Fund provides funds 
to assist eligible military personnel and civilian Federal 
employee homeowners who sustain a loss on the sale of their 
primary residence due to a declining residential real estate 
market attributable to the closure or realignment of a military 
installation. In 2009, the HAP was expanded to provide mortgage 
relief to wounded warriors and spouses of fallen warriors, and 
to provide temporary mortgage relief to all military and 
qualified civilian personnel required by the Department to 
relocate who sustained losses on the sale of their homes due to 
the mortgage crisis. Program expenses include payments to 
homeowners for losses on private sales; cost of judicial 
foreclosure; property acquisition by liquidating and/or 
assuming outstanding mortgages; partial payment of homeowners' 
lost equity on Government acquisitions; retirement of debt 
after sale of properties when the Government assumes mortgages; 
and administrative expenses.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $373,225,000 for the Homeowners 
Assistance Fund. This amount is $186,275,000 below the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level, which includes $555,000,000 in 
emergency funding, and $350,000,000 above the budget request. 
In response to the current mortgage crisis, Public Law 111-5, 
the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, included a 
provision to temporarily expand the HAP through 2012 to 
military and certain civilian personnel and their families who 
receive orders to relocate and cannot sell their homes or face 
steep losses as a result of the severe national economic 
downturn, not solely because of a BRAC action. The provision 
also extends the program permanently to wounded warriors who 
must relocate for medical reasons or to surviving spouses of 
fallen warriors. The Committee recommendation provides 
$350,000,000 to fully fund the remaining projected requirement 
for the temporary HAP expansion.
    The Committee directs the Secretary of Defense to submit 
quarterly reports to the congressional defense committees, 
beginning with the second quarter of fiscal year 2010 and every 
quarter thereafter through fiscal year 2012, providing the 
number and amount of claims submitted, the number of claims 
pending, and the amount of benefits dispersed for the expanded 
HAP program during the previous quarter.

          Chemical Demilitarization Construction, Defense-Wide

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $144,278,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     146,541,000
Committee recommendation................................     151,541,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    This account provides funding for design and construction 
of full-scale chemical disposal facilities and associated 
projects to upgrade installation support facilities and 
infrastructure required to support the Chemical 
Demilitarization Program. This account was established starting 
in fiscal year 2005 to comply with section 141(b) of the fiscal 
year 2003 National Defense Authorization Act.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $151,541,000 for chemical 
demilitarization construction projects, an increase of 
$7,263,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$5,000,000 above the President's budget request.
    The Committee continues to urge the Department to take all 
necessary and appropriate steps to dispose of the U.S. chemical 
weapons stockpile by the 2012 Chemical Weapons Convention 
deadline and, under no circumstances, later than 2017 
consistent with section 8119 of Public Law 110-116. In light of 
the need for the Department to carry out its mission promptly 
and safely it will need to provide close oversight over the 
execution of contracts at the chemical demilitarization sites 
to ensure funds are spent prudently and efficiently. The 
Committee will continue to monitor closely the Department's 
compliance with both deadlines.

                       Base Closure Account 1990

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $458,377,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     396,768,000
Committee recommendation................................     421,768,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The base closure appropriation (1990) provides for clean up 
and disposal of property consistent with the four closure 
rounds required by the base closure acts of 1988 and 1990.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends a total of $421,768,000 for the 
Base Closure Account 1990. This is $25,000,000 above the 
President's budget request.

            BASE CLOSURE ACCOUNT 1990 ENVIRONMENTAL OVERVIEW

    From fiscal year 1990 through fiscal year 2009, a total of 
$24,474,899,000 has been appropriated for the environmental 
clean up of military installations closed or realigned under 
prior BRAC rounds. The total amount appropriated for BRAC 1990, 
combined with the Committee recommendation for fiscal year 
2010, is $24,896,667,000.
    In appropriating these funds, the Committee continues to 
provide the Department with broad flexibility to allocate funds 
by service, function, and installation. The following table 
displays the total amount appropriated for each round of base 
closure, including amounts recommended for fiscal year 2010 for 
BRAC 1990.

                                   BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, 1990
                           [Total funding, fiscal year 1990 through fiscal year 2010]
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                                                                      Fiscal year
                                                        --------------------------------------
                                          1990-2008                          2010  Committee         Total
                                                           2009  enacted      recommendation
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Part I..............................     $2,684,577,000              (\1\)              (\1\)     $2,684,577,000
Part II.............................      4,915,636,000              (\1\)              (\1\)      4,915,636,000
Part III............................      7,269,267,000              (\1\)              (\1\)      7,269,267,000
Part IV.............................      9,137,042,000       $468,377,000       $421,768,000     10,027,187,000
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      Total.........................     24,006,522,000        468,377,000        421,768,000    24,896,667,000
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\1\Not Applicable.

                       Base Closure Account 2005

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $9,028,913,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,479,498,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,479,498,000

\1\Includes $263,300,000 in supplemental funding in Public Law 111-32.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The base realignment and closure appropriation for 2005 
provides for clean up and disposal of property consistent with 
the 2005 closure round required by the Defense Base Closure and 
Realignment Act of 1990 (10 U.S.C. 2687 note).

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends a total of $7,479,498,000 for the 
Department of Defense Base Closure Account 2005. This amount is 
$1,549,415,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which 
includes $263,300,000 in supplemental funding, and equal to the 
budget request.
    Brunswick, Maine, Commissary.--Due to the closure of the 
Brunswick Naval Air Station as a result of the BRAC 2005 
process, the continued availability of commissary services to 
the surrounding military community in the Brunswick, Maine, 
area is in question. The Committee notes that the Defense 
Commissary has provided a long-standing service to the military 
community surrounding Brunswick, including reserve personnel 
and retirees, and directs the Department to provide a report to 
the congressional defense committees, no later than September 
30, 2009, evaluating the options and economic feasibility of 
maintaining commissary services in the Brunswick/Topsham area 
following the air station's closure.
    The following chart details projects to be carried out 
using BRAC 2005 funding. Given the magnitude of this effort, 
and the number and scope of military construction projects 
associated with it, the Committee is concerned that the 
projected construction cost of individual projects planned 
under the BRAC 2005 program may fluctuate from the original 
estimate due to market conditions and other variables. The 
Committee therefore continues to direct that any above-
threshold cost or scope variation, any cancellation of 
projects, or any transfer of funds among construction projects 
associated with the BRAC 2005 projects identified in the table 
following this narrative be subject to the standard 
reprogramming and notification requirements that apply to the 
regular military construction appropriation.

                                                                                       BRAC 2005 PROJECTS
                                                                                    [In thousands of dollars]
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               State                        Service                     Location                recommendation                                 Project                                  Amount
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Alabama...........................  Army..................  Anniston (Pelham Range)........  11.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        8,000
                                                            Birmingham.....................  11.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       10,000
                                                            Mobile.........................  11.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       20,430
                                    Agency--MDA...........  Redstone Arsenal...............  134................  Von Braun Complex................................................       27,800
                                                            Tuscaloosa.....................  11.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       18,000
Arkansas..........................  Army..................  Camden.........................  13.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        9,800
                                                            El Dorado......................  13.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       14,000
                                                            Hot Springs....................  13.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       14,600
                                                            Pine Bluff.....................  13.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       15,500
Arizona...........................  Army..................  Marana.........................  12.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       31,000
California........................  Navy..................  Barstow........................  57.................  Industrial Machine Shop Facility.................................       14,130
                                                            China Lake.....................  184................  Shipboard Shock Test Facility....................................        3,160
                                                                                             184................  Weapons Dynamics RDT&E; Center....................................        5,970
Connecticut.......................  Army..................  Middletown.....................  15.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center, Increment II........................       37,000
District of Columbia..............  Navy..................  Washington.....................  149................  Navy Systems Management Activity Relocation (INCR II of II)......       71,929
                                                                                             149................  Renovate 3rd Floor Building 176, Washington Navy Yard............          750
Florida...........................  Army..................  Eglin AFB......................  4..................  Special Forces Complex, Increment II.............................        8,000
                                    Air Force.............  Eglin AFB......................  125................  BRAC F-35 Live Ordnance Load Area................................        6,624
                                                                                             4B, 125............  CE Facility......................................................        2,000
                                                                                             125................  F-35 (JSF) Duke Field Control Tower..............................        2,280
                                                                                             4B, 125............  Fitness Facility.................................................        2,750
                                                                                             125................  STOVL Simulated Carrier Practice Landing Deck....................       27,690
                                                                                             125................  School Age Facility..............................................        2,600
                                                                                             125................  Security Forces Facility.........................................          890
                                                                                             125................  Taxiway Extension................................................       13,000
                                                                                             125................  Traffic Management Cargo Processing Facility.....................          900
Georgia...........................  Army..................  Benning........................  9..................  AAFES Troop Store................................................        1,950
                                                                                             17.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       18,000
                                                                                             2..................  Equipment Concentration Site.....................................       43,000
                                                                                             9..................  General Instruction Complex 2, Increment II......................       58,000
                                                                                             9..................  Maneuver Ctr HQ & CDI Bldg Expansion.............................       42,000
                                                                                             9..................  Medical Facility, Increment II...................................       77,000
Iowa..............................  Army..................  Cedar Rapids...................  21.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       42,000
                                                            Iowa AAP.......................  21.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       27,000
                                                            Muscatine......................  21.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        8,800
Illinois..........................  Army..................  Rock Island....................  2..................  Army Headquarters Building Renovation............................       20,000
Kentucky..........................  Army..................  Campbell.......................  43.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        5,900
                                                                                             2..................  Headquarters Building, Group.....................................       14,800
                                                            Knox...........................  55.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        2,300
Maryland..........................  Army..................  Aberdeen PG....................  5..................  C4ISR, Phase 2, Increment II.....................................      156,000
                                    Agency--TMA...........  Bethesda (WRNMMC)..............  169................  Medical Center Addition, Increment 3.............................      108,850
                                                                                             169................  Traffic Mitigation, Increment I..................................       18,400
                                                                                             169................  Site Utility Infrastructure Upgrade for NICoE....................        6,500
                                    Army..................  Detrick........................  174................  Joint Bio-Med RDA Management Center..............................        8,300
                                                            Forest Glenn...................  169................  Museum...........................................................       12,200
                                    Agency--DISA..........  Fort Meade.....................  140................  Construct DISA Building..........................................      131,662
                                    Army..................  Fort Meade.....................  141................  Defense Media Activity, Increment II.............................       17,000
Maine.............................  Navy..................  Brunswick......................  65.................  Marine Corps Reserve Center......................................       12,960
Michigan..........................  Army..................  Detroit Arsenal................  176................  Administrative Office Buildings, Increment II....................       21,384
                                                                                             176................  Weapons Systems Support and Training.............................        8,300
                                                            Ft. Custer (Augusta)...........  26.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       18,500
                                    Air Force.............  Selfridge ANGB.................  95.................  A10 Arm/Disarm Apron.............................................        1,350
                                                                                             95.................  Repair Munitions Admin Building 891..............................        3,100
                                                                                             95.................  Upgrade Munitions Maintenance Shop...............................        1,650
                                                                                             95.................  Upgrade Munitions Missile Maintenance Bays.......................        2,350
Missouri..........................  Army..................  Kirksville.....................  28.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        6,600
Montana...........................  Army..................  Great Falls....................  29.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        7,600
North Carolina....................  Army..................  Bragg..........................  3..................  Band Training Facility...........................................        4,200
                                                                                             3..................  Headquarters Bldg, FORSCOM/USARC, Increment III..................      124,000
                                                            Wilmington.....................  35.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       17,500
North Dakota......................  Army..................  Fargo..........................  36.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       11,200
Nebraska..........................  Army..................  Columbus.......................  30.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        9,300
                                                            McCook.........................  30.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        7,900
New Jersey........................  Army..................  Camden.........................  32.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       21,000
New York..........................  Army..................  West Point.....................  5..................  U.S. Military Academy Prep School, Increment II..................       98,000
Ohio..............................  Army..................  Columbus.......................  37.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center, Increment II........................       30,218
                                    Navy..................  Akron..........................  73.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       13,840
Oklahoma..........................  Army..................  Sill...........................  126................  Joint Fires & Effects Simulator Building.........................       28,000
                                    Air Force.............  Will Rogers World APT AGS......  92.................  Relocate Global Air Traffic Operation Program Office.............        1,200
Pennsylvania......................  Army..................  Allentown......................  40.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       15,000
                                                            Tobyhanna......................  150................  Electronics Maintenance Shop, Depot Level........................        3,200
                                    Air Force.............  Willow Grove JRB...............  68.................  Establish Enclave................................................        4,000
Rhode Island......................  Army..................  Bristol........................  42.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       17,500
South Carolina....................  Navy..................  Charleston.....................  181................  SPAWAR Data Center...............................................        9,670
                                                            Goose Creek....................  138................  Consolidated Brig Addition.......................................        9,790
                                    Army..................  Shaw AFB.......................  3..................  Headquarters Building, Third U.S. Army, Increment II.............       55,000
Tennessee.........................  Army..................  Chattanooga....................  43.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................        8,900
Texas.............................  Army..................  Bliss..........................  10.................  Brigade Combat Team Complex #3, Increment III....................      110,000
                                                                                             10.................  Combat Aviation Brigade Complex, Increment III...................       94,000
                                                                                             10.................  Hospital Add/Alt, WBAMC..........................................       24,000
                                                                                             10.................  Hospital Replacement.............................................       89,000
                                                                                             10.................  Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility 2........................      104,000
                                                            Brownsville....................  44.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       15,000
                                                            Huntsville.....................  44.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       16,000
                                                            Kingsville.....................  44.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       17,500
                                    Air Force.............  Lackland AFB...................  146................  Joint Base San Antonio Headquarters Facility.....................        8,500
                                    Army..................  Lufkin.........................  44.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       15,500
                                    Air Force.............  Randolph AFB...................  128................  Renovate Building 38.............................................        2,050
                                    Army..................  Red River......................  44.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       14,200
                                    Agency--TMA...........  Fort Sam Houston...............  172................  San Antonio Military Medical Center (North) Increment III........      163,750
                                    Army..................  Sam Houston....................  148................  Add/Alt Building 2270............................................       18,000
                                                                                             148................  Housing, Enlisted Permanent Party................................       10,800
                                                                                             148................  IMCOM Campus Area Infrastructure.................................       11,000
                                                                                             148................  Headquarters Bldg, IMCOM.........................................       48,000
Virginia..........................  Army..................  Belvoir........................  132................  Infrastructure Support, Increment III............................       13,000
                                                                                             168................  Infrastructure Support, Increment III............................       39,400
                                                                                             169................  NARMC HQ Building................................................       17,500
                                    Agency--NGA...........  Fort Belvoir...................  168................  NGA Headquarters Facility........................................      168,749
                                    Agency--TMA...........  Fort Belvoir...................  169................  Hospital Replacement, Increment IV...............................      140,750
                                                                                             169................  Dental Clinic....................................................       12,600
                                    Agency--WHS...........  Fort Belvoir...................  133................  Office Complex, Increment III....................................      360,533
                                    Army..................  Eustis.........................  8..................  Bldg 705 Renv (AAA & 902d MI)....................................        1,600
                                                                                             8..................  Headquarters Bldg, IMCOM Eastern Region..........................        5,700
                                                                                             8..................  Headquarters Building, TRADOC, Increment II......................       34,300
                                                                                             8..................  Joint Task Force--Civil Support..................................       19,000
                                                                                             3..................  Renovation for ACA and NETCOM....................................        4,800
                                                            Lee............................  121................  AAFES Troop Store................................................        1,850
                                                                                             133................  Administrative Building (DCMA)...................................       28,000
                                                                                             121................  Combat Service Support School, Ph 1, Increment IV................       30,000
                                                                                             121................  Combat Service Support School, Ph 2, Increment III...............      137,000
                                                                                             121................  Combat Service Support School, Ph 3, Increment II................      145,000
                                                                                             121................  Consolidated Troop Med/Dntl Clinic...............................       20,000
                                                                                             122................  HQs, Transportation Management Detachment........................        1,200
                                                                                             121................  USMC Training Facilities.........................................       25,000
                                    Navy..................  Arlington......................  149................  Crystal Park 5 to Arlington Service Center.......................       33,660
                                                            Chesapeake.....................  138................  Joint Regional Correctional Facility (INCR II of II).............       47,560
                                                            Norfolk........................  181................  Building 1558 Renovations for SPAWAR.............................        2,510
West Virginia.....................  Army..................  Elkins.........................  47.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       22,000
                                                            Fairmont.......................  47.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       21,000
                                                            Spencer-Ripley.................  47.................  Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................       19,540
World Wide........................  Army..................  Various........................  PM.................  Planning and Design..............................................       26,100
                                                                                                                                                                                    ------------
      Total Military Construction   ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................    3,901,329
       and P&D.;
                                                                                                                                                                                    ============
Various Locations.................  Army..................  Various........................  Various............  Environmental....................................................      147,693
Various Locations.................  Navy..................  Various........................  Various............  Environmental....................................................       16,529
Various Locations.................  Air Force.............  Various........................  Various............  Environmental....................................................       19,454
Various Locations.................  Defense Wide..........  Various........................  Various............  Environmental....................................................  ...........
                                                                                                                                                                                    ------------
      Total Environmental.........  ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................      183,676
                                                                                                                                                                                    ============
Various Locations.................  Army..................  Various........................  Various............  Operation and Maintenance........................................    1,169,334
Various Locations.................  Navy..................  Various........................  Various............  Operation and Maintenance........................................      322,495
Various Locations.................  Air Force.............  Various........................  Various............  Operation and Maintenance........................................      288,459
Various Locations.................  Defense Wide..........  Various........................  Various............  Operation and Maintenance........................................      836,715
                                                                                                                                                                                    ------------
      Total Operation and           ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................    2,617,003
       Maintenance.
                                                                                                                                                                                    ============
Various Locations.................  Army..................  Various........................  Various............  Military Personnel Moves.........................................  ...........
Various Locations.................  Navy..................  Various........................  Various............  Military Personnel Moves.........................................        6,504
Various Locations.................  Air Force.............  Various........................  Various............  Military Personnel Moves.........................................        3,970
Various Locations.................  Defense Wide..........  Various........................  Various............  Military Personnel Moves.........................................  ...........
                                                                                                                                                                                    ------------
      Total Military Personnel      ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................       10,474
       Moves.
                                                                                                                                                                                    ============
Various Locations.................  Army..................  Various........................  Various............  Other............................................................      311,138
Various Locations.................  Navy..................  Various........................  Various............  Other............................................................       20,115
Various Locations.................  Air Force.............  Various........................  Various............  Other............................................................       23,443
Various Locations.................  Defense Wide..........  Various........................  Various............  Other............................................................      412,320
                                                                                                                                                                                    ------------
      Total Other.................  ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................      767,016
                                                                                                                                                                                    ============
      TOTAL FISCAL YEAR 2010        ......................  ...............................  ...................  .................................................................    7,479,498
       FUNDING FOR BRAC 2005......
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                       Administrative Provisions

    Sec. 101. The Committee includes a provision that restricts 
payments under a cost-plus-a-fixed-fee contract for work, 
except in cases of contracts for environmental restoration at 
base closure sites.
    Sec. 102. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
use of funds for hire of passenger motor vehicles.
    Sec. 103. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
use of funds for defense access roads.
    Sec. 104. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
construction of new bases inside the continental United States 
for which specific appropriations have not been made.
    Sec. 105. The Committee includes a provision that limits 
the use of funds for purchase of land or land easements.
    Sec. 106. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the use of funds to acquire land, prepare a site, or install 
utilities for any family housing except housing for which funds 
have been made available.
    Sec. 107. The Committee includes a provision that limits 
the use of minor construction funds to transfer or relocate 
activities among installations.
    Sec. 108. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the procurement of steel unless American producers, 
fabricators, and manufacturers have been allowed to compete.
    Sec. 109. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
payments of real property taxes in foreign nations.
    Sec. 110. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
construction of new bases overseas without prior notification.
    Sec. 111. The Committee includes a provision that 
establishes a threshold for American preference of $500,000 
relating to architect and engineering services for overseas 
projects.
    Sec. 112. The Committee includes a provision that 
establishes preference for American contractors for military 
construction in the United States territories and possessions 
in the Pacific, and on Kwajalein Atoll, or in countries 
bordering the Arabian Sea.
    Sec. 113. The Committee includes a provision that requires 
notification of military exercises involving construction in 
excess of $100,000.
    Sec. 114. The Committee includes a provision that limits 
obligations during the last 2 months of the fiscal year.
    Sec. 115. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
funds appropriated in prior years to be available for 
construction authorized during the current session of Congress.
    Sec. 116. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
the use of expired or lapsed funds to pay the cost of 
supervision for any project being completed with lapsed funds.
    Sec. 117. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
obligation of funds from more than 1 fiscal year to execute a 
construction project, provided that the total obligation for 
such project is consistent with the total amount appropriated 
for the project.
    Sec. 118. The Committee includes a provision that directs 
the Department to report annually on actions taken to encourage 
other nations to assume a greater share of the common defense 
burden.
    Sec. 119. The Committee includes a provision that allows 
transfer of proceeds from earlier base closure accounts to the 
continuing base closure account (1990, parts I-IV).
    Sec. 120. The Committee includes a provision that permits 
the transfer of funds from Family Housing Construction accounts 
to the DOD Family Housing Improvement Fund and from Military 
Construction accounts to the DOD Military Unaccompanied Housing 
Improvement Fund.
    Sec. 121. The Committee includes a provision that requires 
the service secretaries to notify the congressional defense 
committees of all family housing privatization solicitations 
and agreements which contain any clause providing consideration 
for base realignment and closure, force reductions and extended 
deployments.
    Sec. 122. The Committee includes a provision that provides 
transfer authority to the Homeowners Assistance Program Fund.
    Sec. 123. The Committee includes a provision that requires 
that all acts making appropriations for military construction 
be the sole funding source of all operation and maintenance for 
family housing, including flag and general officer quarters, 
and limits the repair on flag and general officer quarters to 
$35,000 per unit per year without prior notification to the 
congressional defense committees.
    Sec. 124. The Committee includes a provision that provides 
authority to expend funds from the ``Ford Island Improvement'' 
account.
    Sec. 125. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the expenditure of funds at installations or for projects no 
longer necessary as a result of BRAC 2005.
    Sec. 126. The Committee includes a provision that allows 
the transfer of expired funds to the Foreign Currency 
Fluctuation, Construction, Defense Account.
    Sec. 127. The Committee includes a provision that allows 
the reprogramming of military construction and family housing 
construction funds among projects and activities within the 
account in which they are funded.

                                TITLE II

                     DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

                       Items of Special Interest

                                HEARINGS

    The Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans 
Affairs and Related Agencies held one hearing related to the 
fiscal year 2010 Department of Veterans Affairs [VA] budget 
request on June 11, 2009. The subcommittee heard testimony from 
the Honorable Eric Shinseki, Secretary of the Department of 
Veterans Affairs.

                  SUMMARY OF COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $109,010,409,000 for the 
Department of Veterans Affairs for fiscal year 2010, including 
$55,821,672,000 in mandatory spending and $53,188,737,000 in 
discretionary spending. When the fiscal year 2009 level is 
adjusted for emergency funding provided in Public Laws 110-329 
and 111-5 the amount provided for discretionary activities 
represents an increase of $3,976,605,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level.

                          DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW

    The Veterans Administration was established on July 21, 
1930, as an independent agency by Executive Order 5398, in 
accordance with the Act of July 3, 1930 (46 Stat. 1016). This 
act authorized the President to consolidate and coordinate 
Federal agencies specially created for or concerned with the 
administration of laws providing benefits to veterans, 
including the Veterans' Bureau, the Bureau of Pensions, and the 
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. On March 15, 
1989, the Veterans Administration was elevated to Cabinet-level 
status as the Department of Veterans Affairs.
    The VA's mission is to serve America's veterans and their 
families as their principal advocate in ensuring they receive 
the care, support, and recognition they have earned in service 
to the Nation. As of September 30, 2008, there were an 
estimated 23.4 million living veterans, with 23.3 million of 
them residing in the United States and Puerto Rico. There were 
an estimated 35.8 million dependents (spouses and dependent 
children) of living veterans in the United States and Puerto 
Rico, and there were over 540,000 survivors of deceased 
veterans receiving VA survivor benefits in the United States 
and Puerto Rico. Thus, more than 59.6 million people, or 19.4 
percent of the total estimated resident population of the 
United States and Puerto Rico, were recipients or potential 
recipients of veterans benefits from the Federal Government. 
The VA's operating units include the Veterans Benefits 
Administration, Veterans Health Administration, National 
Cemetery Administration, and staff support offices.
    The Veterans Benefits Administration [VBA] provides an 
integrated program of non-medical veterans benefits. The VBA 
administers a broad range of benefits to veterans and other 
eligible beneficiaries through 57 regional offices and a 
records processing center in St. Louis, Missouri. The benefits 
provided include: compensation for service-connected 
disabilities; pensions for wartime, needy, and totally disabled 
veterans; vocational rehabilitation assistance; educational and 
training assistance; home buying assistance; estate protection 
services for veterans under legal disability; information and 
assistance through personalized contacts; and six life 
insurance programs.
    The Veterans Health Administration [VHA] develops, 
maintains, and operates a national healthcare delivery system 
for eligible veterans; carries out a program of education and 
training of healthcare personnel; conducts medical research and 
development; and furnishes health services to members of the 
Armed Forces during periods of war or national emergency. A 
system of 153 hospitals, 1,002 outpatient clinics, 135 nursing 
homes, and 54 VA residential rehabilitation treatment programs 
is maintained to meet the VA's medical mission.
    The National Cemetery Administration [NCA] provides for the 
interment of the remains of eligible deceased servicemembers 
and discharged veterans in any national cemetery with available 
grave space; permanently maintains these graves; provides 
headstones and markers for the graves of eligible persons in 
national and private cemeteries; administers the grant program 
for aid to States in establishing, expanding, or improving 
State veterans' cemeteries; and provides certificates to 
families of deceased veterans recognizing their contributions 
and service to the Nation. The National Cemetery Administration 
includes 164 cemeterial installations and activities.
    Staff support offices include the Office of Inspector 
General, Boards of Contract Appeals and Veterans Appeals, and 
the General Administration offices, which support the 
Secretary, Deputy Secretary, Under Secretary for Benefits, 
Under Secretary for Health, Under Secretary for Memorial 
Affairs, and the General Counsel.
    Reprogramming Authority.--The Committee has become 
increasingly concerned with the Department's use of 
reprogramming authority to transfer funds among accounts. The 
Committee has been very supportive of providing the Department 
with significant resources to care for the Nation's veterans. 
While it is reasonable to assume that the VA will utilize 
transfer authority to properly balance the medical care 
accounts or as a response to the recent Information Technology 
Systems [IT] consolidation, the VA should not rely on this 
authority as a routine budgeting tool. The Committee is hopeful 
that the VA's large request for IT reflects that the 
Department's budgeting has adapted to the centralization of 
healthcare IT under the umbrella of the Office of Information 
Technology, thus capturing in the IT request the true needs of 
medical IT in the field. The Committee understands that 
effective healthcare delivery in the 21st century requires 
robust and modern IT systems, and remains strongly dedicated to 
providing the VA with the resources it needs to accomplish this 
modernization. In fiscal year 2010, the Committee strongly 
advises that transfer authority, particularly from the medical 
care accounts into the IT account, only be used for emergent or 
unanticipated requirements.
    Services for Women Veterans.--The Committee is aware that 
the percentage of women veterans receiving care at the VA is 
expected to double in the next 5 years. Many of these women 
veterans have experienced combat and will present needs that 
the Department has likely not seen before in the veteran 
population. The Committee remains dedicated to ensuring that 
the evolving needs of women veterans are met. Accordingly, the 
Committee encourages the VA to continue and expand its ongoing 
study of women's issues, create a certification program for 
clinicians working with victims of sexual trauma and expand 
outreach to ensure these veterans are aware of the benefits 
they have earned.

                    Veterans Benefits Administration

Appropriations, 2009\1\................................. $47,099,162,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................  55,987,775,000
Committee recommendation................................  55,987,775,000

\1\Includes $198,000,000 in emergency funding contained in section 160 
of division A of Public Law 110-329.

                        ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

    The Veterans Benefits Administration [VBA] is responsible 
for the payment of compensation and pension benefits to 
eligible service-connected disabled veterans, as well as 
education benefits and housing loan guarantees.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $55,987,775,000 for the Veterans 
Benefits Administration. This amount is composed of 
$47,218,207,000 for Compensation and pensions; $8,663,624,000 
for Readjustment benefits; $49,288,000 for Veterans insurance 
and indemnities; $23,553,000 for the Veterans housing benefit 
program fund, with $133,000,000 in credit subsidies and 
$165,082,000 for administrative expenses; $29,000 for the 
Vocational rehabilitation loans program account, with $328,000 
for administrative expenses; and $664,000 for the Native 
American veteran housing loan program account.

                       COMPENSATION AND PENSIONS

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009.................................... $43,111,681,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................  47,218,207,000
Committee recommendation................................  47,218,207,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    Compensation is payable to living veterans who have 
suffered impairment of earning power from service-connected 
disabilities. The amount of compensation is based upon the 
impact of disabilities on a veteran's earning capacity. Death 
compensation or dependency and indemnity compensation is 
payable to the surviving spouses and dependents of veterans 
whose deaths occur while on active duty or result from service-
connected disabilities. A clothing allowance may also be 
provided for service-connected veterans who use a prosthetic or 
orthopedic device. In fiscal year 2010, the Department 
estimates that the Compensation program will provide payments 
to 3,154,217 veterans, 348,335 survivors, and 1,178 dependents 
receiving special benefits.
    Pensions are an income security benefit payable to needy 
wartime veterans who are precluded from gainful employment due 
to non-service-connected disabilities which render them 
permanently and totally disabled. Public Law 107-103, the 
Veterans Education and Benefits Expansion Act of 2001, restored 
the automatic presumption of permanent and total non-service 
connected disability for purposes of awarding a pension to 
veterans age 65 and older, subject to the income limitations 
that apply to all pensioners. Death pensions are payable to 
needy surviving spouses and children of deceased wartime 
veterans. The rate payable for both disability and death 
pensions is determined on the basis of the annual income of the 
veteran or their survivors. In fiscal year 2010, the Department 
estimates that the Pensions program will provide benefits to 
303,447 veterans and 187,509 survivors.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $47,218,207,000 for Compensation 
and pensions. This is an increase of $4,106,526,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The appropriation includes $29,283,000 in payments to the 
General operating expenses, Medical support and compliance, and 
Information technology systems accounts for expenses related to 
implementing provisions of the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation 
Act of 1990, the Veterans' Benefits Act of 1992, the Veterans' 
Benefits Improvements Act of 1994, and the Veterans' Benefits 
Improvements Act of 1996.
    Claims Backlog.--The Committee remains dedicated to 
eliminating the pending claims backlog and decreasing the 
average adjudication time for veterans' claims by providing the 
Veterans Benefits Administration [VBA] with sufficient 
resources, staffing levels, specialized training, and 
information technology solutions. Since fiscal year 2005, the 
Committee has provided the Department with resources to grow 
the VBA's Compensation and pensions workforce from 7,550 in 
fiscal year 2005 to an estimated 13,346 in fiscal year 2009. In 
fiscal year 2010, the Committee has provided VBA with the 
resources to hire 1,200 new claims processors to bring the 
Compensation and pensions workforce level to 14,549. These 
increased staffing levels will provide the manpower to reduce 
the claims backlog over the long term. However, the Committee 
recognizes that in the near term new hires are a net drain on 
VBA resources, as experienced personnel are taken out of 
production to conduct extensive training and mentoring. 
Therefore, the Committee directs the Department to provide the 
Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress with a 
detailed report on specific training methods by no later than 
January 29, 2010, outlining all follow-up testing requirements 
in place, the number of planned training seminars at the 
Veterans Benefits Academy, and planned expansion of web-based 
technologies to improve training.

                         READJUSTMENT BENEFITS

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $3,832,944,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   8,663,624,000
Committee recommendation.......................   8,663,624,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Readjustment benefits appropriation finances the 
education and training of veterans and servicemembers whose 
initial entry into active duty took place on or after July 1, 
1985. These benefits are included in the All-Volunteer Force 
Educational Assistance Program (Montgomery GI bill) authorized 
under 38 U.S.C. 30. Eligibility to receive this assistance 
began in 1987. Basic benefits are funded through appropriations 
made to the readjustment benefits appropriation and by 
transfers from the Department of Defense. This account also 
finances vocational rehabilitation, specially adapted housing 
grants, specially adapted automobile grants for certain 
disabled veterans, and educational assistance allowances for 
eligible dependents of those veterans who died from service-
connected causes or who have a total permanent service-
connected disability, as well as dependents of servicemembers 
who were captured or missing in action.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $8,663,624,000 for Readjustment 
benefits. This is an increase of $4,830,680,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The large increase in Readjustment benefits reflects the 
implementation of the post-9/11 educational assistance program, 
scheduled to take effect on August 1, 2009. On June 26, 2008, 
Congress passed the most comprehensive education benefits 
package since the original GI bill was signed into law in 1944. 
The post-9/11 educational assistance program will pay for the 
cost of tuition and fees at a rate not to exceed those of in-
State undergraduates at the most expensive public university in 
the State in which the veteran is attending school. 
Additionally, the new education benefit provides a monthly 
housing allowance and a stipend of up to $1,000 per year for 
books and supplies. The Committee recommendation fully funds 
all requirements for the post-9/11 educational assistance 
program in fiscal year 2010.
    The Committee is very concerned about the Department of 
Veterans Affairs regulations for the post-9/11 educational 
assistance program. The post-9/11 GI bill (Public Law 110-252] 
directed the Department to pay for each veteran attending a 
private university or college the maximum amount of tuition and 
fees charged to in-State undergraduate students attending a 
public institution in the State. In its regulations, the 
Department separated tuition and fees when determining the 
highest in-State amounts payable for tuition and fees, instead 
of using a single aggregate figure.
    Under the constitution of the State of California, only 
fees can be charged at public institutions of higher education. 
The VA determined that in California the highest reimbursement 
a student can receive is $6,586.54 in fees, but zero in 
tuition. Therefore, veterans in California who attend private 
institutions will not receive any funds for the cost of 
tuition.
    The Committee does not believe that this inequitable result 
was intended as part of the post-9/11 GI bill. The Committee 
remains dedicated to ensuring the Post-9/11 Educational 
Assistance Act is implemented on time, and strongly urges the 
Department to work with the State of California, and with other 
states with no or low tuition costs, to ensure that veterans 
attending both public and private institutions can participate 
fully in the post-9/11 educational assistance program.

                   VETERANS INSURANCE AND INDEMNITIES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $42,300,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      49,288,000
Committee recommendation................................      49,288,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Veterans insurance and indemnities appropriation 
consists of the former appropriations for military and naval 
insurance, applicable to World War I veterans; National Service 
Life Insurance, applicable to certain World War II veterans; 
Servicemen's indemnities, applicable to Korean conflict 
veterans; and veterans mortgage life insurance to individuals 
who have received a grant for specially adapted housing.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $49,288,000 for Veterans insurance 
and indemnities. This is an increase of $6,988,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request. 
The Department estimates there will be 7,018,606 policies in 
force in fiscal year 2010 with a value of $1,089,229,000,000.

                 VETERANS HOUSING BENEFIT PROGRAM FUND

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                         Administrative
                                       Program account      expenses
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Appropriations, 2009................        $2,000,000      $157,210,000
Budget estimate, 2010...............        23,553,000       165,082,000
Committee recommendation............        23,553,000       165,082,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Veterans housing benefit program fund provides for all 
costs associated with the VA's direct and guaranteed housing 
loan programs, with the exception of the Native American 
veteran housing loan program and the guaranteed transitional 
housing loans for homeless veterans program.
    VA loan guaranties are made to servicemembers, veterans, 
reservists, and unremarried surviving spouses for the purchase 
of homes, condominiums, and manufactured homes, and for 
refinancing loans. VA guarantees part of the total loan, 
permitting the purchaser to obtain a mortgage with a 
competitive interest rate, even without a downpayment, if the 
lender agrees. The VA requires that a downpayment be made for a 
manufactured home. With a VA guaranty, the lender is protected 
against loss up to the amount of the guaranty if the borrower 
fails to repay the loan.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends such sums as may be necessary for 
funding subsidy payments, estimated to total $23,553,000; and 
$165,082,000 for administrative expenses for fiscal year 2010. 
Bill language limits gross obligations for direct loans for 
specially-adapted housing to $500,000.

            VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION LOANS PROGRAM ACCOUNT

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                                                         Administrative
                                       Program account      expenses
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Appropriations, 2009................           $61,000          $320,000
Budget estimate, 2010...............            29,000           328,000
Committee recommendation............            29,000           328,000
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Vocational rehabilitation loans program account covers 
the cost of direct loans for vocational rehabilitation of 
eligible veterans and, in addition, includes administrative 
expenses necessary to carry out the direct loan program. Loans 
of up to $1,041 (based on the indexed chapter 31 subsistence 
allowance rate) are currently available to service-connected 
disabled veterans enrolled in vocational rehabilitation 
programs, as provided under 38 U.S.C. chapter 31, when the 
veteran is temporarily in need of additional assistance. 
Repayment is made in 10 monthly installments, without interest, 
through deductions from future payments of compensation, 
pension, subsistence allowance, educational assistance 
allowance, or retirement pay. Virtually all loans are repaid in 
full and most in less than 1 year.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $29,000 for program costs and 
$328,000 for administrative expenses for the Vocational 
rehabilitation loans program account. The administrative 
expenses may be transferred to and merged with the General 
operating expenses account. Bill language is included limiting 
program direct loans to $2,298,000. It is estimated that the VA 
will make 2,509 loans in fiscal year 2010, with an average 
amount of $916.

          NATIVE AMERICAN VETERAN HOUSING LOAN PROGRAM ACCOUNT

Appropriations, 2009....................................        $646,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................         664,000
Committee recommendation................................         664,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Native American Veteran Housing Loan Program is 
authorized by 38 U.S.C. chapter 37, section 3761 to provide 
direct loans to Native American veterans living on trust lands. 
The loans are available to purchase, construct, or improve 
homes to be occupied as veteran residences, or to refinance a 
loan previously made under this program in order to lower the 
interest rate. The principal amount of a loan under this 
authority is limited to the Federal Home Loan Mortgage 
Corporation's single-family conventional conforming loan limit. 
Veterans pay a funding fee of 1.25 percent of the loan amount, 
although veterans with a service-connected disability are 
exempt from paying the fee. Before a direct loan can be made, 
the veteran's tribal organization must sign a memorandum of 
understanding with the VA regarding the terms and conditions of 
the loan. The Native American Veteran Housing Loan Program 
began as a pilot program in 1993 and was made permanent by 
Public Law 109-233, the Veterans Housing Opportunity and 
Benefits Act of 2006.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $664,000 for administrative 
expenses associated with this program. This is $18,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget 
request.

  GUARANTEED TRANSITIONAL HOUSING LOANS FOR HOMELESS VETERANS PROGRAM 
                                ACCOUNT

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The guaranteed transitional housing loans for homeless 
veterans program account was established by Public Law 105-368, 
the Veterans Programs Enhancement Act of 1998. The program is a 
pilot project designed to expand the supply of transitional 
housing for homeless veterans and to guarantee up to 15 loans 
with a maximum aggregate value of $100,000,000. The project 
must enforce sobriety standards and provide a wide range of 
supportive services such as counseling for substance abuse and 
development of job readiness skills.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    All funds authorized for the guaranteed transitional 
housing loans for homeless veterans program account have been 
appropriated. Therefore, additional appropriations are not 
required. Administrative expenses of the program, limited to 
$750,000 for fiscal year 2010, will be borne by the Medical 
support and compliance and General operating expenses accounts.

                     Veterans Health Administration

Appropriations, 2009\1\................................. $41,958,903,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................  45,077,500,000
Committee recommendation................................  45,234,383,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000,000 in emergency funding contained in Public Law 
111-5.
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                        ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

    The Veterans Health Administration [VHA] operates the 
largest Federal medical care delivery system in the country, 
with 153 hospitals, 54 VA residential rehabilitation treatment 
programs, 135 nursing homes, and 1,002 outpatient clinics, 
which include independent, satellite, community-based, and 
rural outreach clinics.
    The Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Care Collections 
Fund [MCCF] was established by the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 
(Public Law 105-33). In fiscal year 2004, Public Law 108-199 
allowed the Department to deposit first-party and 
pharmaceutical co-payments; third-party insurance payments and 
enhanced use collections; long-term care co-payments; 
Compensated Work Therapy Program collections; Compensation and 
Pension Living Expenses Program collections; and Parking 
Program fees into the MCCF.
    The Parking Program provides funds for the construction, 
alteration, and acquisition (by purchase or lease) of parking 
garages at VA medical facilities authorized by 38 U.S.C. 8109. 
The Secretary is required under certain circumstances to 
establish and collect fees for the use of such garages and 
parking facilities. Receipts from the parking fees are to be 
deposited into the MCCF and are used for medical services 
activities.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $45,234,383,000 for the Veterans 
Health Administration, without collections. This amount is 
composed of $34,704,500,000 for Medical services; 
$5,100,000,000 for Medical support and compliance; 
$4,849,883,000 for Medical facilities; and $580,000,000 for 
Medical and prosthetic research. Medical care collections are 
expected to be $2,954,000,000. Therefore, VHA will have total 
resources of $48,188,383,000, plus any carryover from fiscal 
year 2009, available in fiscal year 2010.

                           AREAS OF INTEREST

    VA Nursing Academy.--The Committee commends the VA for 
addressing the nursing shortage through the Veterans Affairs 
Nursing Academy. This 5-year pilot program is designed to 
establish partnerships with competitively selected nursing 
schools to expand the number of teaching faculty in VA 
facilities and affiliated nursing schools in order to increase 
student enrollment in baccalaureate nursing programs. The 
Committee also urges the VA to continue its collaboration with 
the Department of Defense through the Uniformed Services 
University of the Health Services by providing nurse faculty 
and nursing students in graduate nursing education programs.
    Advanced Nursing Education.--The Committee urges the VA, in 
conjunction with accredited schools of nursing, to explore the 
development of a fast track doctoral training program which 
would facilitate completion of a doctorate in nursing by 
qualified nurses employed within the VA network who possess a 
bachelor of science in nursing.
    Caregiver Assistance.--The Committee recognizes many 
veterans, including veterans of the wars in Iraq and 
Afghanistan, receive care from family members for extended 
periods of time. These family members undertake this 
responsibility without pay and at great personal sacrifice. The 
Committee is aware of evidence suggesting seriously wounded, 
ill and injured patients have increased chances of reaching 
their maximum level of recovery when family members are a key 
component of providing care. With regard to family caregivers, 
the Committee believes additional information would be helpful 
in assessing the best methods of providing long-term care for 
the most seriously injured veterans, as well as the support for 
family members who become the primary care providers for this 
group of veterans. The Committee directs the VA to conduct a 
study to assess patient outcomes of veterans receiving a 
majority of their care from a family caregiver, including the 
effect such care has on the veteran's ability to recover to the 
maximum extent possible and the non-economic impact on family 
members providing such care.

                            MEDICAL SERVICES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009

                                                         $30,969,903,000

Budget estimate, 2010

                                                          34,704,500,000

Committee recommendation

                                                          34,704,500,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Medical services account provides for medical services 
of enrolled eligible veterans and certain dependent 
beneficiaries in VA medical centers, VA outpatient clinics, 
contract hospitals, State homes, and outpatient programs on a 
fee basis. Hospital and outpatient care is also provided by the 
private sector for certain dependents and survivors of veterans 
under the civilian health and medical programs for the VA.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $34,704,500,000 for Medical 
services. This amount is an increase of $3,734,597,000 over the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, and equal to the budget 
request. In addition, the VA has the authority to retain co-
payments and third-party collections, estimated to total 
$2,954,000,000 in fiscal year 2010.
    The Committee has included bill language to make available 
through September 30, 2011, up to $1,600,000,000 of the Medical 
services appropriation. This provides flexibility to the 
Department of Veterans Affairs as it continues to implement 
significant program changes.
    The bill includes language to allow for the transfer of 
$15,000,000 to the DOD/VA Health Care Sharing Incentive Fund. 
The Fund provides a mechanism for the DOD and VA to increase 
their resource sharing activities to achieve cost effective use 
of healthcare services.
    The recommendation fully funds the Department's request for 
Medical Services, which includes: $4,563,535,000 for mental 
healthcare; $2,057,289,000 to provide medical care to Operation 
Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans; 
$192,000,000 for Vet Centers; $1,850,000,000 for prosthetics; 
and $500,283,000 for homeless programs.
    Rural Healthcare.--In fiscal year 2009, the Committee 
provided $250,000,000 above the budget request for the 
Department to undertake a new healthcare initiative aimed at 
closing the gap in services that veterans experience in rural 
America and among the Native American veteran population. The 
Rural Health Initiative allowed the Secretary to explore new 
ways of serving these populations by providing the Department 
with the resources and latitude to fund initiatives, such as, 
but not limited to, increasing mobile clinics; establishing new 
outpatient clinics; expanding fee based care in areas not 
served by VA facilities; exploring collaboration with other 
Federal or community providers (such as the Indian Health 
Service, Community Mental Health and Health Centers, or other 
community-based organizations); accelerating deployment of 
telemedicine; and funding innovative pilot and demonstration 
programs. On May 21, 2009, after a competitive process, the VA 
announced the award of 74 grants totaling $215,000,000. Program 
offices validated these proposals to ensure that projects and 
programs were consistent with the VA mission, strategic 
direction, program standards, and did not duplicate existing 
efforts. The Committee is pleased that the Department built 
$440,000,000 into the budget request to continue and expand 
this initiative in fiscal year 2010 and has included this 
funding in the recommendation. The Department is directed to 
provide quarterly updates to the Committees on Appropriation of 
both Houses of Congress on the status of the Rural Health 
Initiative.
    Mental Health.--In fiscal year 2010, the Department 
estimates expenditures of $4,564,000,000 on mental healthcare, 
including $3,258,427,000 for the direct treatment of mental 
health conditions. The Committee has fully funded this request 
and is committed to ensuring that the Department has sufficient 
resources to treat the ``invisible wounds'' of returning combat 
soldiers. The Committee is encouraged by recent steps the 
Department has taken to improve its treatment of mental health 
conditions. The VA has now implemented system-wide screening 
for returning veterans to identify depression, post-traumatic 
stress disorder [PTSD], traumatic brain injury [TBI], and 
substance abuse, and the Department is integrating its mental 
health and primary care treatments at more than 100 sites. In 
addition, the Department has enhanced services to veterans by 
placing PTSD specialists in each VA medical center who are 
trained to treat women veterans, veterans with dual diagnoses, 
and veterans requiring residential care. The Committee remains 
dedicated to ensuring the Department is diagnosing and treating 
veterans with these invisible wounds in every conceivable way, 
and directs the Department to submit a report to the Committees 
on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress detailing trends 
in mental health conditions of returning combat veterans, as 
well as any shortages of mental healthcare professionals 
related to those trends.
    Homeless Veterans.--According to the VA, roughly 131,000 
veterans are homeless on a given night. Restoring homeless 
veterans to self-sufficient and stable lifestyles is the 
primary goal of the VA's homelessness programs. The Department 
seeks to achieve its aim of ending chronic homelessness within 
the decade by working collaboratively with other Federal 
agencies. The Committee applauds these goals and has provided 
$500,283,000 within the recommendation to support the VA's 
homelessness programs. Within this recommendation, the 
Committee has provided $26,000,000 for a new pilot program, 
which will partner the VA with nonprofits and consumer co-ops 
to assist veterans that might otherwise become homeless. This 
pilot will be coordinated with related homelessness programs 
conducted by other Federal agencies at both rural and urban 
sites. Additionally, the recommendation includes $75,332,000 to 
support the HUD-VASH program. This is an increase of 
$21,204,000 over the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and will 
expand this program. The Committee is concerned that the VA is 
not moving quickly enough to hire sufficient numbers of case 
managers to support the HUD-VASH program and urges the 
Department to fill these positions in an expeditious manner. 
Funding is also provided in the recommendation to support the 
VA's Grant and Per Diem program. Through partnerships with 
local non-profit and government entities, the VA's Grant and 
Per Diem program provides critical capital and operational 
resources to assist homeless veterans. The Committee encourages 
the VA to continue working with its partners to ensure program 
requirements, such as inspections, meet reasonable standards 
that do not unnecessarily obstruct the provision of supportive 
housing and services for homeless veterans.
    Beneficiary Travel Mileage Reimbursement.--The 
recommendation includes funding for the Department to continue 
to reimburse those veterans who are eligible for the 
Beneficiary Travel Program at 41.5 cents per mile. The 
Committee notes that Public Law 110-387, the Veterans Mental 
Health and Other Care Improvements Act of 2008, repealed the 
requirement that VA increase the deductible amounts when 
increasing the beneficiary travel rates.
    Adjustment to Blindness.--The Committee encourages the 
Department to develop a pilot program to improve the VA's 
adjustment to blindness training made available to blinded 
veterans. The training should be focused on strengthening 
everyday skills and the development of alternative skills 
blinded veterans will need as they re-enter civilian life.
    Project HERO.--Project HERO was established as a pilot 
program in 2006. The Department describes the program as a 
pilot aimed at helping veterans access the healthcare they need 
when specific medical expertise or technology is not available 
inside the VA healthcare system. The size and scope of the 
program seems to be growing annually with reports that 30 
percent of the enrolled veteran population is being covered 
under HERO. The Committee is concerned about the oversight and 
scope of this program. Therefore, the Department is directed to 
provide a detailed report to the Committees on Appropriations 
of both Houses of Congress, by October 30, 2009, outlining the 
extent to which this project is being utilized across the 
Veterans Integrated Service Network [VISN]. At a minimum, this 
report should include: the criteria utilized for awarding the 
service contracts; a list of all hospitals and/or patient 
catchment areas where HERO is in place; the fiscal year 2009 
expenditures for this program, broken out by hospital and VISN; 
the planned fiscal year 2010 expenditures, broken out by 
hospital and VISN; what procedures are in place to oversee the 
program; what procedures are in place to ensure that contract 
providers make proper referrals to the VA or outside the VA 
when veterans need specialty care; the fee arrangement between 
VA and contractors for different types of care, and how those 
fees relate to the Medicare fee schedule; and what impacts this 
pilot has had on VA's plans to expand its facilities and 
services in areas covered by the project.
    VA/Indian Health Service Collaboration.--The Committee is 
aware of the memorandum of understanding [MOU] among the 
Department of Veterans Affairs, the Indian Health Service, and 
the Department of Health and Human Services. This MOU promotes 
collaboration and sharing among the departments in order to 
enhance access to healthcare services and improve the quality 
of care of Native American veterans. The Committee is very 
supportive of this effort and directs the Department to submit 
a report to the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of 
Congress by January 11, 2010, detailing what collaborative 
efforts the Department undertook in fiscal year 2009 to expand 
healthcare for this veteran population. Specifically, the 
report should include the number and location of each such 
collaborative effort.
    Care Coordination.--As the VA moves toward transforming the 
Department into a 21st century organization, leveraging 
technology to ensure adherence to prescribed medical programs 
is essential. Noncompliance to these programs can result in 
poor health outcomes and increased healthcare costs. For 
example, not taking medication appropriately or following the 
wrong diet can endanger patients and increase the cost of their 
care. A 2003 World Health Organization [WHO] report found that 
in developed countries, patients suffering from chronic 
illnesses average only 50 percent adherence. It is also widely 
accepted that the growth of chronic illnesses is outpacing that 
of acute conditions. The WHO report determined that patient-
tailored interventions, especially for particular chronic 
illnesses, are required and that health professionals must be 
involved. The report also stated that adherence programs may 
have a far greater effect on health than improvements in 
medical treatments. The VA should be aggressively moving toward 
innovative solutions to help veterans adhere to their medical 
programs. Toward this end, the Committee encourages the VA to 
develop a 2-year pilot program, which includes at least two 
hospitals, aimed at involving patients by utilizing technology 
as a daily way of distributing information to the patient. The 
pilot should incorporate as many current media format as 
possible. Examples include, but are not limited to, 
telemedicine, desktop applications, cellular phones, mobile 
applications, the Internet, and social networking applications. 
The Committee directs the Department to report back to the 
Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress no 
later than February 19, 2010, on the feasibility of 
implementing such a pilot program.
    Service Dogs for Disabled Veterans.--As part of the 
recommendation, the Committee expects the Department to 
allocate no less than $15,000,000 for the VA to provide service 
dogs to certain veterans who have mobility or hearing 
impairments. This program was authorized in Public Law 107-135, 
the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Programs 
Enhancement Act of 2001, as a way to improve the quality of 
life for certain disabled veterans, including those returning 
from combat with spinal cord injuries. The Committee is aware 
that the Department has yet to fully implement this program, 
even after signing a decision memo on January 14, 2008, 
approving a plan for the provision of service dogs to eligible 
veterans under this program. Currently, individual requests by 
eligible veterans are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and 
approved only if a service dog effectively performs a task that 
cannot be achieved through assistive technology or daily living 
aids. The Committee directs the Department to report back to 
the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress 
within 120 days of enactment of this act on steps the VA has 
taken to implement this program.
    Age-related Hearing Loss.--The Committee recognizes the 
incidence and severity of hearing loss due to faulty sensory 
nerves, known as sensorineural hearing loss, and that the 
associated costs are increasing at dramatic rates. Currently, 
there are no approved therapeutics that either prevent or treat 
sensorineural hearing loss, a leading and costly cause of 
disability within the VA system. The Committee encourages the 
VA to examine and support the development and clinical testing 
of therapeutics aimed at preventing and treating sensorineural, 
age-related, noise-induced, and drug-induced hearing loss.
    Women Veterans Healthcare Technology.--The Committee is 
aware of the advances in medical technologies, specifically 
advances in digital colposcopy. This device allows medical 
providers to detect cervical cancer at an earlier stage, which 
can greatly improve prognosis. Some digital colposcopies on the 
market today are compatible with the VA's electronic medical 
record, which can allow providers to compare abnormalities from 
visit to visit. The Committee urges the VA to move as quickly 
as possible to acquire this technology and implement it in the 
field.
    Kerrville, Texas, Feasibility Study.--The Committee urges 
the Department to undertake a feasibility study to identify and 
outline the options available to the VA to establish a Center 
of Excellence for Geriatrics at the Kerrville, Texas VA 
hospital. The VA is directed to report back to the Committees 
on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress within 180 days 
after enactment of this act on what steps, if any, have been 
taken to undertake the feasibility study and any findings, 
should the study be completed.
    Community Reintegration.--The Committee urges the 
Department to develop a community reintegration demonstration 
project for service members and veterans with disabilities. The 
Committee encourages the VA to conduct this project in 
collaboration with a national nonprofit disability services 
organization that has a history of providing community 
reintegration services for individuals with disabilities. The 
Department is directed to report back to the Committees on 
Appropriations of both Houses of Congress no later than March 
31, 2010, on its plans and the feasibility of developing this 
demonstration project.
    Salt Lake City, Utah, Mental Health Expansion Feasibility 
Study.--The Committee urges the Department to undertake a 
feasibility study to identify and outline the options available 
to the VA for expanded facility space for VA mental health 
patients through collaboration with the University 
Neuropsychiatric Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah. At a 
minimum, the report should include the following: the current 
and potential future need for expanded facility space for 
mental health patients in VISN 19; the feasibility of such a 
collaborative effort between a private mental health provider 
and the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Administration; 
and the medical, legal, and financial implications of such a 
collaborative effort, including recommendations regarding any 
statutory changes necessary for the Department to carry out 
such a project. The VA is directed to report back to the 
Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress within 
180 days after enactment of this act on what steps, if any, 
have been taken to undertake the feasibility study and any 
findings, should the study be completed.
    Licensed Professional Counselors/Marriage and Family 
Therapists.--The Committee recognizes that, despite 
authorization in the Veterans Benefits, Health Care, and 
Information Technology Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-461), the VA 
has failed to implement a law that allows it to hire licensed 
professional counselors [LPCs] and marriage and family 
therapists [MFTs]. Because of the severity and frequency of the 
mental health disorders suffered by returned service members of 
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, further delay will only 
worsen the problem. The Committee expects the VA to work with 
the Office of Personnel Management to develop the relevant 
General Schedule series and begin hiring LPCs and MFTs at 
appropriate levels.

                     MEDICAL SUPPORT AND COMPLIANCE

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $4,450,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   5,100,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,100,000,000

    The Medical support and compliance account provides funds 
for management, security, and administrative expenses within 
the VA healthcare system, in addition to providing costs 
associated with the operation of VA medical centers and 
clinics, VISN offices, and the VHA Central Office in 
Washington, DC. This appropriation also covers Chief of Staff 
and Facility Director operations, quality of care oversight, 
legal services, billing and coding activities, procurement, 
financial management, security, and human resource management.
    The President's 2010 submission for Medical Support and 
Compliance is based on an actuarial analysis founded on the 
current and projected veteran population, enrollment 
projections of demand, and case mix changes associated with 
current veteran patients.
    The Committee has included bill language to make available 
through September 30, 2011, up to $250,000,000 of the medical 
support and compliance appropriation. This provision provides 
flexibility to the Department as it continues to implement 
significant program changes.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $5,100,000,000 for Medical support 
and compliance. This amount is an increase of $650,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the 2010 
budget request. The Department estimates an increased need of 
$475,000,000 over the fiscal year 2009 level to administer 
outpatient, acute, psychiatric, and nursing home care during 
fiscal year 2010, partially as a result of the VA's change in 
its eligibility requirements to increase the income threshold 
for priority 8 veterans.

                           MEDICAL FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2009\1\........................  $6,029,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   4,693,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,849,883,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000,000 in emergency funding contained in Public Law 
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Medical facilities account provides funds for the 
operation and maintenance of the VA healthcare system's vast 
capital infrastructure. This appropriation provides for costs 
associated with utilities, engineering, capital planning, 
leases, laundry, groundskeeping, housekeeping, facility repair, 
and property disposition and acquisition.
    The Committee has included bill language to make available 
through September 30, 2011, up to $250,000,000 of the medical 
facilities appropriation. This provision provides flexibility 
to the Department as it continues to implement significant 
program changes.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $4,849,883,000 for Medical 
facilities. This amount is $1,179,117,000 below the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level, which includes $1,000,000,000 in emergency 
funding, and $156,883,000 above the budget request. The 
Committee has provided $100,000,000 above the budget request 
specifically for nonrecurring maintenance. Additionally, the 
Committee has included an administrative provision which allows 
the Secretary to transfer $200,000,000 into the Medical 
facilities account from the Medical Care Collections Fund for 
critical nonrecurring maintenance at existing facilities and to 
address the backlog of code violations as identified in 
facility condition assessment reports. With this additional 
funding, the Department will have a total of $1,272,205,000 in 
fiscal year 2010 to make necessary repairs to existing 
facilities.
    The recommendation also includes an additional $5,000,000 
for the Department to hire 20 new contracting officers and 35 
new contracting officers technical representatives. The 
Committee has provided these increased staffing levels to help 
eliminate the backlog of non-recurring maintenance and minor 
construction projects.
    Rural Clinic Initiative.--The Committee has provided 
$50,000,000 for the VA to open new community based outpatient 
clinics [CBOC] in rural areas. This new initiative builds on 
the success of the rural health initiative and will allow the 
VA to move forward expanding care in under-served markets. The 
Committee directs the Department to provide to the Committees 
on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress a detailed 
expenditure plan for this funding no later than March 1, 2010. 
Moreover, the plan should also include a list of all current 
clinics, regardless of size or contractual arrangements, which 
provide healthcare services in an outpatient setting.
    South Puget Sound CBOC.--The Committee is aware of the lack 
of access to primary care, mental health, and specialty care 
for thousands of veterans living in Lewis and Thurston 
Counties, Washington, and supports the VA's decision to open a 
CBOC in South Puget Sound to increase access to these deserving 
veterans. The Committee urges the VA to expedite the process of 
opening the South Puget Sound CBOC in order to meet the 
critical needs of these deserving veterans.

                    MEDICAL AND PROSTHETIC RESEARCH

Appropriations, 2009...........................    $510,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     580,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     580,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Medical and prosthetic research account provides funds 
for medical, rehabilitative, and health services research. 
Medical research supports basic and clinical studies that 
advance knowledge leading to improvements in the prevention, 
diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and disabilities. 
Rehabilitation research focuses on rehabilitation engineering 
problems in the fields of prosthetics, orthotics, adaptive 
equipment for vehicles, sensory aids and related areas. Health 
services research focuses on improving the effectiveness and 
economy of the delivery of health services.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $580,000,000 for Medical and 
prosthetic research. This is $70,000,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The Committee remains highly supportive of this program, 
and recognizes its importance both in improving healthcare 
services to veterans and recruiting and retaining high-quality 
medical professionals in the Veterans Health Administration. 
Through the Department's research and development program, the 
VA has implemented a comprehensive research agenda to develop 
new treatments and tools for clinicians to ease the physical 
and psychological pain of men and women returning from 
conflicts, to improve access to VA healthcare services, and to 
accelerate discoveries and applications, especially for 
neurotrauma, sensory loss, amputation, polytrauma, and related 
prosthetic needs.
    Gulf War Illness Research.--The Committee is encouraged by 
the Department of Veterans Affairs' commitment to continue 
research into gulf war illness and directs the Department to 
devote not less than $15,000,000 annually, which is equal to 
the level of dedicated funding in fiscal year 2009, for this 
research.
    Nursing Research Program.--The Committee supports the 
Veterans Affairs Nursing Research Program, which facilitates 
research on the specific nursing needs of combat veterans and 
aging veterans. The Committee strongly supports continuation of 
this program. The Committee also encourages collaboration 
between VA nurses and recipients of Tri Service Nursing 
Research Program awards in the exploration of research 
proposals that improve the health and well-being of their 
shared beneficiary population.
    Next Generation Prosthetics.--The Committee lauds the 
recent breakthrough in medical technology under the Defense 
Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA]. In 2005, DARPA 
conceived a project to revolutionize prosthetic arms from the 
hook-and-cable technology that has improved little since the 
Second World War. Using more than 300 renowned scientists, 
engineers, neurologists, and psychologists, DARPA's next-
generation prosthetic arm project will soon undergo clinical 
testing within the Department of Veterans Affairs. The 
Committee recognizes the significant impact this could have for 
all arm amputees, including the roughly 200 arm amputees from 
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and directs the Department to 
submit to the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of 
Congress an update on this clinical testing within 180 days 
after enactment of this act.

                 MEDICAL CARE COST RECOVERY COLLECTIONS

                      MEDICAL CARE COLLECTION FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,544,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,954,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,954,000,000

             MEDICAL CARE COLLECTION FUND--REVENUES APPLIED

Appropriations, 2009.................................... -$2,544,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................  -2,954,000,000
Committee recommendation................................  -2,954,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Medical Care Collection Fund [MCCF] was established by 
the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (Public Law 105-33). In fiscal 
year 2004, Public Law 108-199 allowed the Department of 
Veterans Affairs to deposit first party and pharmacy co-
payments; third party insurance payments and enhanced use 
collections; long-term care co-payments; Compensated Work 
Therapy Program collections; and Parking Program fees into the 
MCCF. The Secretary of Veterans Affairs has the authority to 
transfer funds from the MCCF to the Medical services and 
Medical facilities appropriation.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommendation includes the authority to 
retain co-payments and third-party collections, estimated to 
total $2,954,000,000 in fiscal year 2010.

                    National Cemetery Administration

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $280,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     242,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     250,000,000

\1\Includes $50,000,000 in emergency funding contained in Public Law 
111-5.
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                        ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

    The National Cemetery Administration [NCA] was established 
in accordance with Public Law 93-94, the National Cemeteries 
Act of 1973. It has a four-fold mission: to provide for the 
interment in any national cemetery of the remains of eligible 
deceased service members and discharged veterans, together with 
their spouses and certain dependents, and permanently to 
maintain their graves; to provide headstones for, and to mark 
graves of, eligible persons in national, State, and private 
cemeteries; to administer the grant program for aid to States 
in establishing, expanding, or improving State veterans' 
cemeteries; and to administer the Presidential Memorial 
Certificate Program.
    In 2010, cemeterial activities will encompass a total of 
164 cemeterial installations in 39 States, the District of 
Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The Committee's recommendation for 
NCA provides funds for all of these cemeterial installations.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $250,000,000 for the National 
Cemetery Administration. This is a decrease of $30,000,000 from 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $8,000,000 above the 
budget request.
    The Committee has included bill language to make available 
through September 30, 2011, up to $24,200,000 of the National 
Cemetery Administration appropriation.
    The Committee has recommended additional funds for NCA to 
address its backlog in maintenance and to correct gravesite 
deficiencies, including the repair of sunken graves and the 
realignment and maintenance of headstones.
    South Dakota National Cemetery.--Sixty-five percent of the 
State of South Dakota's veteran population lives east of the 
Missouri River. The Committee is concerned that traveling to 
and from the VA cemeteries in the vicinity of the Black Hills 
may impose an undue hardship on the families of deceased 
veterans from eastern South Dakota. The Committee therefore 
urges the National Cemetery Administration to conduct a study 
to determine the need and feasibility of establishing a 
National Veterans Cemetery in the eastern portion of South 
Dakota.
    Yellowstone County, Montana.--The Committee is aware that 
there is no active National Veterans Cemetery in North Dakota, 
Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, or eastern Washington. This area 
encompasses approximately 500,000 square miles. This vast area 
imposes significant hardship on families who wish to honor a 
beloved veteran's wish to be interred in a national veterans 
cemetery. Therefore, the Committee directs the National 
Cemetery Administration to evaluate the feasibility of 
establishing a national veterans cemetery in this area. The 
Committee further directs NCA to include in this study 
consideration of the Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery in 
Yellowstone County, Montana.

                      Departmental Administration

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $6,618,992,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,553,500,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,538,251,000

\1\Includes $358,000,000 in emergency funding included in Public Law 
111-5.
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                        ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

    This appropriation provides for the administration of 
veterans benefits through the Veterans Benefits Administration 
[VBA], the executive direction of the Department, several top 
level supporting offices, the Board of Contract Appeals, and 
the Board of Veterans' Appeals.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $7,538,251,000 for Departmental 
administration. The amount is composed of $2,086,251,000 for 
General operating expenses; $3,307,000,000 for information 
technology systems; $109,000,000 for the Office of the 
Inspector General; $1,194,000,000 for Construction, major 
projects; $685,000,000 for Construction, minor projects; 
$115,000,000 for Grants for construction of State extended care 
facilities; and $42,000,000 for Grants for the construction of 
State veterans cemeteries.

                       GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $1,958,867,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,218,500,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,086,251,000

\1\Includes $157,000,000 in emergency funding included in Public Law 
111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The General Operating Expenses appropriation, along with 
reimbursements, funds the Veterans Benefits Administration and 
the VA's General Administration offices. For the Veterans 
Benefits Administration, this appropriation funds the cost, 
including staff salaries and expenses, associated with the 
VBA's national network of 57 regional offices and other 
specialized centers which are the main contact points for 
veterans regarding benefits matters with the Department of 
Veterans Affairs. All applications for nonmedical benefits are 
processed in these locations. For the VA's General 
Administration, this appropriation funds the cost associated 
with the Office of the Secretary, the offices of six Assistant 
Secretaries, and three independent staff offices.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $2,086,251,000 for General 
operating expenses. This amount is $127,384,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $132,249,000 below the 
budget request. As noted in the Compensation and pensions 
account, the Committee remains dedicated to eliminating the 
pending claims backlog and decreasing the average adjudication 
time for veterans' claims by providing the Veterans Benefits 
Administration [VBA] with sufficient resources, staffing 
levels, specialized training, and information technology 
solutions. The Committee has included bill language directing 
the Department to spend no less than $1,689,207,000 on 
administrative expenses associated with VBA. The recommended 
funding level includes resources for VBA to hire 1,200 more 
claims processors.
    Disability Exam Pilot Program.--The Department's fiscal 
year 2010 budget request includes $135,793,000 in discretionary 
budget authority for contract medical exams, which are 
currently funded through the Compensation and pensions 
mandatory account. The administration is proposing to fund this 
pilot as a discretionary program, rather than as a 
reimbursement from the mandatory appropriation, as has been the 
case since the pilot program's inception. The proposed transfer 
is dollar-for-dollar and would not expand the program beyond 
the 10 existing pilot sites. The Department has provided no 
justification for this proposed change. Thus, the Committee 
sees no reason to provide the requested shift to discretionary 
funding and directs the Department to continue funding this 
program using the reimbursement mechanism provided in the 
Compensation and pensions account in fiscal year 2010. The 
Committee does not pre-judge funding the disability 
examinations pilot program with discretionary budget authority 
in future years, but stresses to the Department that future 
proposals should be accompanied by detailed justifications.

                         GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
                         [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            Fiscal year
               Department                  2009 enacted      Committee
                                               level      recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Office of the Secretary.................       7,146,000       9,270,000
Office of Veterans Appeals..............      68,582,000      73,273,000
Office of the General Counsel...........      74,343,000      80,778,000
Office of Management....................      37,546,000      43,956,000
Offie of Human Resources................      61,901,000      68,590,000
Office of Policy and Planning...........      14,602,000      26,015,000
Office of Operations Security and             12,025,000      16,746,000
 Preparedness...........................
Office of Public and Intergovernmental        10,005,000      22,579,000
 Affairs................................
Office of Congressional Affairs.........       4,379,000       5,109,000
Office of Acquisition, Logistics, and         45,243,000      50,728,000
 Construction...........................
                                         -------------------------------
      Total.............................     335,772,000     397,044,000
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    General Administration.--The recommendation includes an 
additional $4,500,000 within the Office of Public and 
Intergovernmental Affairs to fully fund the U.S. Paralympics 
Integrated Adaptive Sports Program as authorized in Public Law 
110-389. By fully funding this program, it will allow the VA, 
the U.S. Paralympics, and its partner organizations to expedite 
the development of new programs in communities not currently 
served.
    The Committee provided the Department funding in fiscal 
year 2009 for an additional employee in the VA's budget office. 
As the primary liaison between the Department and the 
Committees on Appropriations, it is essential that this office 
be properly staffed in order to provide timely and accurate 
information to the Committee. The Committee is aware that to 
date, this position has gone unfilled. The Committee expects 
the VA to fill this position as soon as possible.
    Franchise Fund.--The Franchise Fund was established in 1997 
as a pilot program and made permanent in fiscal year 2006 under 
Public Law 109-114. The Committee directs the Department to 
provide a report on the Franchise Fund's business plan for 
fiscal year 2010. This plan should include a list of services, 
customers, overhead expenses, funds collected for services, and 
the unobligated balance from the previous fiscal year. The VA 
shall submit this report to the Committees on Appropriations of 
both Houses of Congress no later than 60 days following 
enactment of this act.

                     INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................  $2,539,391,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,307,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,307,000,000

\1\Includes $50,000,000 in emergency funding provided in Public Law 111-
5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Information Technology [IT] appropriation, along with 
reimbursements, funds the costs of all IT staff salaries and 
expenses, the operations and maintenance of all existing 
information technology systems, and the development of new 
projects and programs designed to improve the delivery of 
service to veterans. This appropriation also funds the costs 
associated with the Office of Information and Technology, which 
oversees the functions highlighted above.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $3,307,000,000 for the Information 
Technology Systems account. This amount is $767,609,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 level and equal to the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation includes $938,825,000 for 
staff salaries and expenses, $1,567,690,000 for the operation 
and maintenance of existing programs, and $800,485,000 for new 
program development, all according to the Department's fiscal 
year 2010 budget submission. The Committee is aware the 
Secretary and Assistant Secretary for Information Technology 
are conducting a comprehensive review of all information 
technology projects under development, some of which may be 
paused to improve internal governance structures and others 
which may be halted completely. The Committee understands how 
such a comprehensive review could alter the fiscal year 2010 
request for projects and programs that are to receive proposed 
funding. Therefore, in order to provide the Secretary with the 
time needed to conduct this review, the Committee has included 
bill language that restricts the obligation of IT development 
funds until the Secretary or the Chief Information Officer 
submits a certification letter to the Committees on 
Appropriations of both Houses of Congress identifying which 
project/program is to receive funding in fiscal year 2010 and 
for how much. To maximize the Secretary's flexibility, the 
certification letters may be submitted incrementally, and upon 
submission, these letters will serve as the base reprogramming 
figures for development programs.
    Program Management Accountability System [PMAS].--While the 
Committee remains very supportive of leveraging information 
technology solutions to transform the VA's delivery of service 
to veterans, it nonetheless notes its extreme concern with the 
Department's systemic problems surrounding information 
technology projects. Earlier this year, VA launched an internal 
audit and review of 282 ongoing IT development programs. On 
June 19, 2009, the VA reported results of the internal 
analysis, which showed that 48 projects were either a year or 
more behind schedule or more than 50 percent over budget. This 
internal audit came as a result of the March 2009 collapse of 
the computer application to schedule patient appointments at VA 
hospitals. The scheduling application was billed as a core 
piece of the Veterans Health Administration's large-scale IT 
modernization effort known as HealtheVet. The failure of the 
scheduling application pointed to lack of internal controls 
over development, and the Secretary immediately placed the 
project on hold.
    The Committee is pleased with the efforts made by the 
Secretary and the Assistant Secretary for Information 
Technology to address this problem and improve the management 
and success rate of IT development within the Department. On 
June 19, 2009, the Secretary announced the PMAS, a new 
Department-wide management approach to IT projects which 
centers on incremental development with frequent milestones. 
PMAS is intended to eliminate long-term program failures by 
focusing customers, vendors, and programmers on near-term, 
small deliveries. The Department projects that PMAS will be 
fully implemented within a year, and those programs and 
projects that miss their third customer delivery milestones 
will be halted. Success of this effort to bring internal 
governance and accountability is imperative if the VA is to 
transform and modernize its IT systems. Therefore, the 
Committee directs the Assistant Secretary for Information 
Technology to report quarterly to the Committees on 
Appropriations of both Houses of Congress on the status of the 
PMAS implementation.
    Full implementation of PMAS could also have budgetary 
impacts which may affect the manner in which IT systems are 
funded. Within its fiscal year 2011 budget request for 
information technology, the Committee directs the Department to 
submit separate cost estimates for new program development; 
operation and maintenance of existing IT programs, including 
all equipment and administrative support; and staff salaries 
and expenses. When combined, these estimates should total the 
fiscal year 2011 IT budget request. Additionally, within the 
new program development estimate, the Committee directs the 
Department to separate the costs associated with all project 
delivery milestones that will receive proposed funding.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................     $88,818,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     107,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     109,000,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000 in emergency funding contained in Public Law 111-
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Office of Inspector General [OIG] was established by 
the Inspector General Act of the 1978 and is responsible for 
the audit, investigation, and inspection of all Department of 
Veterans Affairs programs and operations.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $109,000,000 for the Office of 
Inspector General. This is $20,182,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level and $2,000,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee has provided a $2,000,000 increase above the 
budget request specifically for the OIG to provide recurring 
oversight of VBA regional offices by evaluating disability 
compensation claims processing and other veterans service 
operations. The recommended funding would allow the OIG to 
complete 24 reviews per year, rather than 12, and would allow a 
3-year audit cycle rather than a 5-year audit cycle. These 
audits and reviews are critically needed as the VA expects new 
claims to reach almost 1 million in fiscal year 2010.
    Quality Assurance/Peer Review.--Recent incidents involving 
patient safety and improper cleaning of medical equipment have 
led to concerns regarding the VA's internal quality assurance 
programs. The Committee directs the Office of Inspector General 
to conduct a review of the quality assurance and oversight 
programs at the VA, including the degree to which peer review 
is utilized at VA medical centers and what guidance is in place 
to ensure proper oversight of contract services.

                      CONSTRUCTION, MAJOR PROJECTS

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $923,382,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,194,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,194,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Construction, major projects account provides for 
constructing, altering, extending, and improving any of the 
facilities (including parking projects) under the jurisdiction 
or for the use of the VA, including planning, architectural and 
engineering services, Capital Asset Realignment Enhanced 
Services [CARES] activities, assessment, and site acquisition 
where the estimated cost of a project is more than the amount 
set forth in 38 U.S.C. 8104(a)(3)(A). Proceeds realized from 
Enhanced Use Lease activities may be deposited into the 
Construction, major projects and Construction, minor projects 
accounts.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends an appropriation of $1,194,000,000 
for the construction of major projects. This is $270,618,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request. The Committee has continued its practice of not 
earmarking major construction projects.
    The following table reflects the President's budget request 
for major construction projects and activities, and the 
corresponding Committee recommendations.

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Fiscal year 2010      Committee
      Location and description             request       recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Veterans Health Administration
 [VHA]:
    Denver, CO--New Medical Facility           119,000           119,000
    Orlando, FL--New Medical                   371,300           371,300
     Facility.......................
    San Juan, PR--Seismic                       42,000            42,000
     Corrections Building 1.........
    St. Louis, MO--Medical Facility             19,700            19,700
     Improvements and Cemetery
     Expansion......................
    Bay Pines, FL--Inpatient/                   96,800            96,800
     Outpatient Improvements........
    Livermore, CA--Realignment and              55,430            55,430
     Closure (Design and Land
     Purchase)......................
    Canandaigua, NY--Construction               36,580            36,580
     and Renovation (Design)........
    San Diego, CA--Seismic                      18,340            18,340
     Deficiency (Design)............
    Long Beach, CA--Seismic                     24,200            24,200
     Corrections--Mental Health and
     Community Living Center
     (Design).......................
    St. Louis, MO--Replace Bed Tower/           43,340            43,340
     Clinic Expansion (Design)......
    Brockton, MA--Long-term Care                24,040            24,040
     Spinal Cord Injury Unit
     (Design).......................
    Perry Point, MD--Replacement                 9,000             9,000
     Community Living Center
     (Design).......................
    Advanced Planning Fund--Various            123,560           123,560
     Locations......................
    Facility Security Projects--                42,510            42,510
     Various Locations..............
    Judgment Fund--Various Locations            16,000            16,000
    BRAC Land Acquisition--Various              35,000            35,000
     Locations......................
                                     -----------------------------------
      Total VHA.....................         1,076,800         1,076,800
                                     ===================================
National Cemetery Administration
 [NCA]:
    Chicago, IL--Abraham Lincoln                38,300            38,300
     National Cemetery--Gravesite
     Expansion and Cemetery
     Improvements--Phase 2..........
    Houston, TX--Houston National               35,000            35,000
     Cemetery--Gravesite Expansion
     and Cemetery Improvements--
     Phase 4........................
    Advanced Planning Fund--Various             13,400            13,400
     Locations......................
    NCA Land Acquisition Fund--                 25,500            25,500
     Various Locations..............
                                     -----------------------------------
      Total NCA.....................           112,200           112,200
                                     ===================================
General Administration--Staff                    5,000             5,000
 Offices............................
                                     ===================================
      Total construction, major              1,194,000         1,194,000
       projects.....................
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    Capital Asset Realignment for Enhanced Services/5-Year 
Capital Plan.--Since February 2004, the Department's major 
construction program has been guided by the capital asset 
realignment for enhanced services [CARES] process, which serves 
as a comprehensive, systemwide approach to identify the current 
and projected demand for VA healthcare. Using actuarial models 
to identify current and future gaps in infrastructure capacity, 
the initial CARES process was the most comprehensive assessment 
of VA capital infrastructure ever achieved.
    The Committee has been dedicated to providing the 
Department with sufficient resources to fund CARES in order to 
eliminate any gaps in VA infrastructure capacity. Of the 42 
construction projects on the initial May 2004 CARES list, 34 
have been fully funded. Within the Committee recommendation in 
fiscal year 2010, $648,800,000 will go toward five of the 
remaining initial CARES projects as recommended in the budget 
submission.
    In addition to funding projects on the initial CARES list, 
the fiscal year 2010 request includes $210,930,000 for seven 
new major construction projects. The Committee remains 
concerned that the Department has a significant problem with 
unfunded liability on its existing major construction projects. 
In fiscal year 2010, the Department will have 21 partially 
funded projects with a cumulative future cost of nearly 
$4,500,000,000. Such a large unfunded liability could create 
funding shortfalls in future fiscal years that could lead to 
costly construction delays. Consequently, the VA is directed to 
provide annually to the Committees on Appropriations of both 
Houses of Congress a 5-year capital plan for VA major 
construction projects. The report should be submitted within 90 
days of enactment of this act and include, at a minimum, the 
following: a 5-year strategic plan aimed at eliminating any 
current or future gaps in VA infrastructure capacity, including 
the construction, renovation, or expansion of new or existing 
VA facilities; a preliminary cost schedule, by fiscal year, for 
all ongoing major construction projects with existing unfunded 
needs; and a detailed construction schedule of all ongoing or 
proposed major construction projects.
    According to the June 9, 2009, testimony provided by GAO, 
VA has created a CARES Implementation Working Group, which is 
identifying performance measures for CARES and will monitor the 
implementation and impact of CARES decisions in the future. The 
Committee directs the Department to also provide a report to 
the Committees on Appropriations of both Houses of Congress by 
April 23, 2010, detailing the performance measures developed by 
the working group.
    Beckley, West Virginia, Nursing Home.--The Committee urges 
the VA to include in the President's fiscal year 2011 budget 
sufficient funding for the construction of a 90-bed nursing 
home and adult day care center at the Beckley, West Virginia, 
VA Medical Center, which is included in the current VA 5-year 
capital plan.
    Martinsburg, West Virginia, Medical Center.--The Committee 
urges the VA to include in the President's fiscal year 2011 
budget, $3,560,000 for planning and design work associated with 
the renovation and expansion of the primary, mental health, and 
specialty outpatient care facility at the Martinsburg, West 
Virginia, VA Medical Center, which was included in the February 
2005 VA 5-year capital plan.

                      CONSTRUCTION, MINOR PROJECTS

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $741,534,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     600,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     685,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Construction, minor projects account provides for 
constructing, altering, extending, and improving any of the 
facilities (including parking) under the jurisdiction or for 
the use of the VA, including planning, CARES activities, 
assessment of needs, architectural and engineering services, 
and site acquisition, where the estimated cost of a project is 
equal to or less than $10,000,000. Public Law 106-117, the 
Veterans Millennium Health Care and Benefits Act of 1999, gave 
the VA the authority to make capital contributions from minor 
construction in enhanced-use leases. Proceeds realized from 
enhanced-use lease activities may be deposited into the 
Construction, major projects and Construction, minor projects 
accounts.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $685,000,000 for minor 
construction. This is $56,534,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $85,000,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee directs the Department to submit an 
expenditure plan by November 10, 2009, to the Committees on 
Appropriations of both Houses of Congress for the amount 
appropriated for minor construction.

       GRANTS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF STATE EXTENDED CARE FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2009\1\.................................    $325,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      85,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     115,000,000

\1\Includes $150,000,000 in emergency funding contained in Public Law 
111-5.
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                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    This account is used to provide grants to assist States in 
acquiring or constructing State home facilities for furnishing 
domiciliary or nursing home care to veterans, and to expand, 
remodel or alter existing buildings for furnishing domiciliary, 
nursing home, or hospital care to veterans in State homes. The 
grant may not exceed 65 percent of the total cost of the 
project. Public Law 102-585 granted permanent authority for 
this program, and Public Law 106-117 provided greater 
specificity in directing VA to prescribe regulations for the 
number of beds for which grant assistance may be furnished. 
This program has been a successful partnership between the 
States and the VA in meeting the long-term care needs of 
elderly veterans for decades.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $115,000,000 for Grants for the 
construction of State extended care facilities. This is 
$210,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, which 
included $150,000,000 in emergency funding, and $30,000,000 
above the budget request. This program cost effectively meets 
long-term healthcare needs of veterans.
    The Committee is concerned about the VA's ability to plan 
for and meet the long-term care needs of America's veterans. 
The Committee is aware that the VA has decreased Community 
Living Center [CLC] capacity and that 65 percent of patient 
workload is now being met by community and State veterans 
homes. In light of the projected increase of elderly veterans 
in future years, additional State veterans homes will need to 
be built. The Committee has supported this effort over the past 
several years by providing additional funding for grants for 
construction of State extended care facilities. However, given 
the ongoing budget deficits being experienced by State 
governments across the country, the Committee is concerned that 
the States may be unable to contribute the requisite 35 percent 
of total construction costs needed to obtain Federal matching 
funds. Accordingly, the Committee urges the VA to explore 
alternative financing mechanisms to ensure that a sufficient 
number of State veterans homes are available to meet the needs 
of future patients. Further, the Committee directs the 
Department to report back to the Committees on Appropriations 
by February 15, 2010, with the number of States that have had 
to forego accepting a grant due to insufficient State matching 
funds.
    Walla Walla, Washington, State Veterans Home.--The 
Committee is aware of the collaborative efforts between the 
Walla Walla VA Medical Center and the Washington State 
Department of Veterans Affairs to meet the long-term care needs 
of veterans in southeast Washington and northern Oregon by 
building a long-term care facility on the Walla Walla VA 
Medical Center grounds. The Committee supports the creation of 
a jointly operated veterans' home in Walla Walla, Washington 
and encourages the VA to promptly review this application and 
place it on the priority list for funding from the Grants for 
construction of State extended care facilities account in 
fiscal year 2010.

        GRANTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STATE VETERANS CEMETERIES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $42,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      42,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      42,000,000

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    Public Law 105-368 amended title 38 U.S.C. 2408 and 
established authority to provide aid to States for 
establishment, expansion, and improvement of State veterans 
cemeteries, which are operated and permanently maintained by 
the States. This statutory change increased the maximum Federal 
share from 50 percent to 100 percent in order to fund 
construction costs and the initial equipment expenses when the 
cemetery is established. The States remain responsible for 
providing the land and for paying all costs related to the 
operation and maintenance of the State cemeteries, including 
the costs for subsequent equipment purchases.

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $42,000,000 for Grants for the 
construction of State veterans cemeteries. This is equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                       Administrative Provisions

    Sec. 201. The Committee includes a provision which outlines 
reprogramming authority and responsibilities for the Veterans 
Benefits Administration.
    Sec. 202. The Committee includes a provision which outlines 
reprogramming authority and responsibilities for the Veterans 
Health Administration.
    Sec. 203. The Committee includes a provision which outlines 
the use of the Salaries and expenses account.
    Sec. 204. The Committee includes a provision mandating that 
only construction funds may be used for land procurement.
    Sec. 205. The Committee includes a provision allowing for 
reimbursements to the Medical services account.
    Sec. 206. The Committee includes a provision allowing for 
payments of prior year obligations.
    Sec. 207. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
for the use of fiscal year 2009 funds for prior year 
obligations.
    Sec. 208. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
for payments from the National Service Life Insurance Fund.
    Sec. 209. The Committee includes a provision which outlines 
the use of funds from enhanced-use lease proceeds.
    Sec. 210. The Committee includes a provision which provides 
for funds for the Office of Resolution Management and the 
Office of Employment Discrimination Complaint Adjudication.
    Sec. 211. The Committee includes a provision which sets a 
limit on new leases without congressional approval.
    Sec. 212. The Committee includes a provision which requires 
disclosure of third party reimbursement information.
    Sec. 213. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
for the transfer of revenue derived from enhanced use leases 
into the construction accounts.
    Sec. 214. The Committee includes a provision which outlines 
authorized uses for Medical services funds.
    Sec. 215. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
funds in the Medical Care Collection Fund to be transferred 
into certain medical care accounts.
    Sec. 216. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
eligible veterans in the State of Alaska to obtain medical care 
services.
    Sec. 217. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
for the transfer of funds into the construction accounts.
    Sec. 218. The Committee includes a provision which allows 
for outreach and marketing to enroll new veterans.
    Sec. 219. The Committee includes a provision requiring the 
Secretary of Veterans Affairs to submit quarterly financial 
reports on the Veterans Health Administration.
    Sec. 220. The Committee includes a provision outlining 
transfer authority to the information technology systems 
account.
    Sec. 221. The Committee includes a provision outlining 
limits on transfers within the information technology systems 
account.
    Sec. 222. The Committee includes a provision allowing for 
the transfer of any prior year balances and/or credits in the 
reinstated entitlement program for survivors account to the 
Compensation and pensions account.
    Sec. 223. The Committee includes a provision maintaining 
research for gulf war illness.
    Sec. 224. The Committee includes a provision allowing the 
Secretary of Veterans Affairs to transfer limited funds to the 
Department of Health and Human Services, Graduate Psychology 
Education Program.
    Sec. 225. The Committee includes a provision prohibiting 
any funds to be used to contract out any functions performed by 
more than 10 employees without a fair competition process.
    Sec. 226. The Committee includes a provision limiting the 
amount of nonrecurring maintenance funds that can be obligated 
during the last 2 months of the fiscal year.
    Sec. 227. The Committee includes a provision allowing for 
the reimbursement from the Veterans Reopened Insurance Fund to 
the General operating expenses and Information technology 
systems accounts.
    Sec. 228. The Committee includes a provision allowing for 
General operating expenses and Information technology systems 
reimbursements for the administrative costs of certain 
mandatory programs.

                               TITLE III

                            RELATED AGENCIES

                  American Battle Monuments Commission

                          PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The American Battle Monuments Commission [ABMC] is 
responsible for the following: the maintenance and construction 
of U.S. monuments and memorials commemorating the achievements 
in battle of our Armed Forces since April 1917 (the date of the 
United States entry into World War I); the erection of 
monuments and markers by U.S. citizens and organizations in 
foreign countries; and the design, construction, and 
maintenance of permanent military cemetery memorials in foreign 
countries. The Commission maintains 24 military memorial 
cemeteries and 31 monuments, memorials, and markers in 15 
countries around the world, including three memorials on U.S. 
soil.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $59,470,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      60,300,000
Committee recommendation................................      63,549,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $63,549,000 for the Salaries and 
expenses account. This amount is $4,079,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $3,249,000 above the budget 
request. The Committee has provided additional funds to support 
ABMC's expansion of its interpretive program.

                     FOREIGN CURRENCY FLUCTUATIONS

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $17,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      17,100,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,100,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends an estimated $17,100,000 for the 
Foreign currency fluctuation account. This amount is equal to 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget 
request.
    The Committee has again included language in the 
accompanying bill, as proposed by the administration, that 
would allow funding for this account on a ``such sums as 
necessary'' basis. Funding this account in this manner allows 
the Commission to maintain cemeteries regardless of the 
volatility of foreign currency fluctuations.

               U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims


                                OVERVIEW

    The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims was 
established by the Veterans' Judicial Review Act of 1988. The 
Court is an independent judicial tribunal with exclusive 
jurisdiction to review decisions of the Board of Veterans' 
Appeals. It has the authority to decide all relevant questions 
of law; interpret constitutional, statutory, and regulatory 
provisions; and determine the meaning or applicability of the 
terms of an action by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. It is 
authorized to compel action by the Secretary. It is authorized 
to hold unconstitutional or otherwise unlawful and set aside 
decisions, findings, conclusions, rules and regulations issued 
or adopted by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the Board of 
Veterans' Appeals, or the Chairman of the Board that are found 
to be arbitrary or capricious. The Court's principal office 
location is Washington, DC; however, it is a national court, 
empowered to sit anywhere in the United States.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $30,975,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      27,115,000
Committee recommendation................................      27,115,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $27,115,000 for the U.S. Court of 
Appeals for Veterans Claims. This amount is a decrease of 
$3,860,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal 
to the budget request.

                      Department of Defense--Civil


                       Cemeterial Expenses, Army


                                OVERVIEW

    The Secretary of the Army is responsible for the 
administration, operation and maintenance of Arlington National 
Cemetery and the Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery. 
In addition to its principal function as a national cemetery, 
Arlington is the site of approximately 3,200 non-funeral 
ceremonies each year and has approximately 4 million visitors 
annually.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $36,730,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      37,200,000
Committee recommendation................................      37,200,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $37,200,000 for the Cemeterial 
expenses, Army account. This amount is $470,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                      Armed Forces Retirement Home


                               TRUST FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $63,010,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     134,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     134,000,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends authority to expend $134,000,000 
from the Armed Forces Retirement Home [AFRH] Trust Fund to 
operate and maintain the Armed Forces Retirement Home--
Washington, DC, and the Armed Forces Retirement Home--Gulfport, 
Mississippi. This amount is $70,990,000 above the fiscal year 
2009 enacted level for the Trust Fund and equal to the budget 
request.
    The Committee recommendation includes $70,000,000 to 
replace the primary resident dorm on the Washington, DC, 
campus, which has $81,000,000 in individual deficiencies, in 
order to create better living conditions for residents and 
bring AFRH resident facilities in line with the Americans with 
Disabilities Act, fire codes, and other building codes.

                                TITLE IV

                    OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS

                         MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

                                OVERVIEW

    The President's fiscal year 2010 overseas contingency 
operations request for military construction totals 
$1,404,984,000 to support the realignment of U.S. forces into 
and within Afghanistan. The request includes funding for 
operational facilities, roads and bridges, utility 
infrastructure, force protection, logistics and support 
facilities, and environmental facilities, primarily for 
contingency operating bases in southern Afghanistan, where the 
troop buildup will be focused and where there is minimal 
existing infrastructure. The Committee recognizes the 
importance of providing adequate expeditionary facilities for 
U.S. combat forces in Afghanistan and supports the policy of 
the Department of Defense to carry out the minimum construction 
necessary to support operations and provide force protection.

                      Military Construction, Army

Budget estimate, 2010...................................    $923,884,000
Committee recommendation................................     924,484,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $924,484,000 for Army overseas 
contingency operations construction for fiscal year 2010. This 
amount is $600,000 above the budget request. The Committee 
notes that a number of Army projects for which funding was 
requested in fiscal year 2010 received full funding in the 
fiscal year 2009 supplemental appropriations act, and has 
therefore deleted funding for those projects and substituted 
other projects in Afghanistan requested by the administration 
in the regular fiscal year 2010 budget request.

                    Military Construction, Air Force

Budget estimate, 2010...................................    $474,500,000
Committee recommendation................................     474,500,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $474,500,000 for Air Force 
overseas contingency operations construction for fiscal year 
2010, equal to the budget request.

                  Military Construction, Defense-Wide

Budget estimate, 2010...................................      $6,600,000
Committee recommendation................................................

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends no funding for Defense-Wide 
overseas contingency operations construction for fiscal year 
2010. The budget request included funding for one project, 
which was subsequently accelerated and funded in fiscal year 
2009. As a result, the funding included in the budget request 
is no longer required.

                                TITLE V

                     DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

                     Veterans Health Administration

                                OVERVIEW

    Recognizing the importance of providing timely funding for 
veterans' care, the Committee has provided an advance 
appropriation for the medical care accounts. The 
recommendations, which were provided to the Committee by the 
Department, are based in part on the VA Enrollee Health Care 
Projection Model, which includes the initiative of providing 
additional enrollment access for over 500,000 previously 
ineligible Priority Group 8 veterans by 2013. In addition, the 
recommendation also provides for the continuation of program 
increases provided in fiscal years 2009 and 2010, long-term 
care, and the Civilian Health and Medical Program, none of 
which are accounted for in the model. The Committee recognizes 
that the Department has made significant improvements over the 
past few years in calculating resource needs, but understands 
that these projections may change over the coming fiscal year. 
Therefore, the Committee will revisit these recommendations 
during the normal fiscal year 2011 budget cycle and make any 
adjustments that may be needed.

                            MEDICAL SERVICES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Committee recommendation, 2011.......................... $37,136,000,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $37,136,000,000 for Medical 
Services for fiscal year 2011. This is $2,431,500,000 over the 
fiscal year 2010 recommendation.

                     MEDICAL SUPPORT AND COMPLIANCE

Committee recommendation, 2011..........................  $5,307,000,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $5,307,000,000 for Medical support 
and compliance for fiscal year 2011. This is $207,000,000 over 
the fiscal year 2010 recommendation.

                           MEDICAL FACILITIES

Committee recommendation, 2011..........................  $5,740,000,000

                        COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

    The Committee recommends $5,740,000,000 for Medical 
facilities for fiscal year 2011. This is $890,117,000 over the 
fiscal year 2010 recommendation.

                                TITLE VI

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Sec. 601. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the obligation of funds beyond the current fiscal year unless 
expressly so provided.
    Sec. 602. The Committee includes a provision that requires 
pay raises to be absorbed within the levels appropriated.
    Sec. 603. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the use of funds for programs, projects or activities not in 
compliance with Federal law relating to risk assessment, the 
protection of private property rights, or unfunded mandates.
    Sec. 604. The Committee includes a provision that prohibits 
the use of funds to support or defeat legislation pending 
before Congress.
    Sec. 605. The Committee includes a provision that 
encourages the expansion of E-commerce technologies and 
procedures.
    Sec. 606. The Committee includes a provision that limits 
funds from being transferred from this appropriations measure 
to any instrumentality of the United States Government without 
authority from an appropriations act.
    Sec. 607. The Committee includes a provision that specifies 
the congressional committees that are to receive all reports 
and notifications.

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

    Paragraph 7 of rule XVI requires that Committee reports 
accompanying general appropriations bills 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. The Committee is 
filing an original bill, which is not covered under this rule, 
but reports this information in the spirit of full disclosure. 
The Committee recommends funding for the following programs 
which currently lack authorization:
Title I: Department of Defense
    Military Construction, Army
    Military Construction, Navy and Marine Corps
    Military Construction, Air Force
    Military Construction, Defense-Wide
    Military Construction, Army National Guard
    Military Construction, Air National Guard
    Military Construction, Army Reserve
    Military Construction, Navy Reserve
    Military Construction, Air Force Reserve
    North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Security Investment 
Program
    Family Housing Construction, Army
    Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Army
    Family Housing Construction, Navy and Marine Corps
    Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Navy and Marine 
Corps
    Family Housing Construction, Air Force
    Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Air Force
    Family Housing Construction, Defense-Wide
    Family Housing Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide
    Department of Defense, Family Housing Improvement Fund
    Homeowners Assistance Fund
    Chemical Demilitarization Construction, Defense-Wide
    Base Realignment and Closure Account, 1990
    Base Realignment and Closure Account, 2005
Title II: Department of Veterans Affairs
    Veterans Health Administration
    National Cemetery Administration
    Departmental Administration
Title III: Related Agencies
    American Battle Monuments Commission
    U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims
    Cemeterial Expenses, Army
    Armed Forces Retirement Home
Title IV: Overseas Contingency Operations
    Military Construction, Army
    Military Construction, Air Force
Title V: Department of Veterans Affairs
    Veterans Health Administration

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

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on July 7, 2009, 
the Committee ordered reported en bloc an original bill (S. 
1406) making appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, 
Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies programs for 
the fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and an original bill 
(S. 1407) making appropriations for military construction, the 
Department of Veterans Affairs, and related agencies for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, with each subject to 
amendment and subject to 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.''

                      TITLE 38--VETERANS' BENEFITS


                       PART II--GENERAL BENEFITS

                         Chapter 19--Insurance


             Subchapter I--National Service Life Insurance


Sec. 1922. Service disabled veterans' insurance

    (a) Any person who is released from active military, naval, 
or air service, under other than dishonorable conditions on or 
after April 25, 1951, and is found by the Secretary to be 
suffering from a disability or disabilities for which 
compensation would be payable if 10 per centum or more in 
degree and except for which such person would be insurable 
according to the standards of good health established by the 
Secretary, shall, upon application in writing made within two 
years from the date service-connection of such disability is 
determined by the Secretary and payment of premiums as provided 
in this subchapter, be granted insurance by the United States 
against the death of such person occurring while such insurance 
is in force. If such a person is shown by evidence satisfactory 
to the Secretary to have been mentally incompetent during any 
part of the two-year period, application for insurance under 
this section may be filed within two years after a guardian is 
appointed or within two years after the removal of such 
disability as determined by the Secretary, whichever is the 
earlier date. If the guardian was appointed or the removal of 
the disability occurred before January 1, 1959, application for 
insurance under this section may be made within two years after 
that date. Insurance granted under this section shall be issued 
upon the same terms and conditions as are contained in the 
standard policies of National Service Life Insurance except (1) 
the premium rates for such insurance shall be based on the 
Commissioners 1941 Standard Ordinary Table of Mortality and 
interest at the rate of 2\1/4\ per centum per annum; (2) all 
cash, loan, paid-up, and extended values shall be based upon 
the Commissioners 1941 Standard Ordinary Table of Mortality and 
interest at the rate of 2\1/4\ per centum per annum; (3) all 
settlements on policies involving annuities shall be calculated 
on the basis of The Annuity Table for 1949, and interest at the 
rate of 2\1/4\ per centum per annum; (4) insurance granted 
under this section shall be on a nonparticipating basis and all 
premiums and other collections therefor shall be credited 
directly to a revolving fund in the Treasury of the United 
States, and any payments on such insurance shall be made 
directly from such fund; and [(5) administrative costs to the 
Government for the costs of] (5) administrative support 
performed by General Operating Expenses and Information 
Technology Systems, Department of Veterans Affairs, for the 
program of insurance under this section shall be paid from 
premiums credited to the fund under paragraph (4), and payments 
for claims against the fund under paragraph (4) for amounts in 
excess of amounts credited to such fund under that paragraph 
(after such administrative costs have been paid) shall be paid 
from appropriations to the fund. Appropriations to such fund 
are hereby authorized. As to insurance issued under this 
section, waiver of premiums pursuant to section 602(n) of the 
National Service Life Insurance Act of 1940 and section 1912 of 
this title shall not be denied on the ground that the service-
connected disability became total before the effective date of 
such insurance.

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


Sec. 1925. Limited period for acquiring insurance

    (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (d)(1) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 1982 of this 
title, the Secretary shall, from time to time, determine the 
administrative costs to the Government which in the Secretary's 
judgment are properly allocable to insurance issued under this 
section and any total disability income provision attached 
thereto, and shall transfer from the revolving fund, the amount 
of such cost allocable to the Department to the [appropriation 
``General Operating Expenses, Department of Veterans Affairs''] 
appropriations for ``General Operating Expenses and Information 
Technology Systems, Department of Veterans Affairs'', and the 
remainder of such cost to the general fund receipts in the 
Treasury. The initial administrative costs of issuing insurance 
under this section and any total disability income provision 
attached thereto shall be so transferred over such period of 
time as the Secretary determines to be reasonable and 
practicable.

                        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 Military Construction, Veterans
 Affairs, and Related Agencies:
    Mandatory...............................................       52,284       52,284       52,076    \1\52,076
    Discretionary...........................................       76,076       78,105       77,555    \1\77,703
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2010....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........   \2\101,834
    2011....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       15,862
    2012....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        7,963
    2013....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        3,211
    2014 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        1,899
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA          906           NA          652
 2010.......................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

NOTE.--Consistent with the funding recommended in the bill for ``overseas deployments and other activities'' and
  in accordance with section 401(c)(4) of Senate Concurrent Resolution 13 (111th Congress), the Committee
  anticipates that the Budget Committee will file a revised section 302(a) allocation for the Committee on
  Appropriations reflecting an upward adjustment of $1,398,984,000 in budget authority plus associated outlays.


                                MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT LISTING BY LOCATION
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Committee
                                                                                                  recommendation
                   Installation and project                    Budget estimate     Committee      compared with
                                                                                 recommendation  budget estimate
                                                                                                     (+ or -)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                           ALABAMA

ARMY:
    REDSTONE ARSENAL:
        GATE 7 ACCESS CONTROL POINT..........................  ...............            3,550           +3,550
DEFENSE WIDE:
    REDSTONE ARSENAL:
        MISSILE AND SPACE INTELLIGENCE CENTER EOEC...........  ...............           12,000          +12,000
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT MC CLELLAN:
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.................................            3,000            3,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ALABAMA.....................................            3,000           18,550          +15,550

                            ALASKA

ARMY:
    FORT RICHARDSON:
        AIRBORNE SUSTAINMENT TRAINING COMPLEX................            6,100            6,100  ...............
        COMBAT PISTOL RANGE..................................  ...............            4,900           +4,900
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................            2,050            2,050  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           43,000           43,000  ...............
    FORT WAINWRIGHT:
        AVIATION TASK FORCE COMPLEX, PH 1, INCR 1............          125,000          125,000  ...............
        AVIATION UNIT OPERATIONS COMPLEX.....................           19,000           19,000  ...............
        RAILHEAD COMPLEX.....................................           26,000           26,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           28,000           28,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    CLEAR AFS:
        POWER PLANT FACILITY.................................           24,300           24,300  ...............
    EIELSON AFB:
        ARCTIC UTILIDORS--PHASE 11...........................  ...............            9,900           +9,900
        TAXIWAY GOLF LIGHTING................................  ...............            3,450           +3,450
    ELMENDORF AFB:
        F-22 WEAPONS LOAD TRAINING FACILITY..................           12,600           12,600  ...............
        RED FLAG ALASKA ADD/ALTER OPERATIONS CENTER..........            3,100            3,100  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ELMENDORF AFB:
        AEROMEDICAL SERVICES/MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC............           25,017           25,017  ...............
    FORT RICHARDSON:
        HEALTH CLINIC........................................            3,518            3,518  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ALASKA......................................          317,685          335,935          +18,250

                           ARIZONA

ARMY:
    FORT HUACHUCA:
        BATTALION HEADQUARTERS UAV...........................            6,000            6,000  ...............
        UAV ER/MPER/MP.......................................           15,000           15,000  ...............
NAVY:
    YUMA:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR (PHASE 1)................           27,050           27,050  ...............
        AIRFIELD ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION AND CONTROL.........            1,720            1,720  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB:
        CSAR HC-130J INFRASTRUCTURE..........................            4,800            4,800  ...............
        CSAR HC-130J RESCUE SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY.....            8,700            8,700  ...............
        CSAR HC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY......................            8,400            8,400  ...............
        DORMITORY (144 RM)...................................           20,000           20,000  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP NAVAJO:
        COMBAT PISTOL QUALIFICATION COURSE...................            3,000            3,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    DAVIS MONTHAN AFB:
        TFI--PREDATOR BEDDOWN--FOC...........................            5,600            5,600  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    PHOENIX:
        RESERVE CENTER MOVE TO LUKE AFB, NOSC PHOENIX........           10,986           10,986  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ARIZONA.....................................          111,256          111,256  ...............

                           ARKANSAS

ARMY:
    PINE BLUFF ARSENAL:
        FUSE & DETONATOR MAGAZINE, DEPOT LEVEL...............           25,000           25,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    LITTLE ROCK AFB:
        C-130 FLIGHT SIMULATOR ADDITION......................            5,800            5,800  ...............
        SECURITY FORCES OPERATIONS FACILITY..................  ...............           10,400          +10,400
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ARKANSAS....................................           30,800           41,200          +10,400

                          CALIFORNIA

ARMY:
    FORT IRWIN:
        MOUT ASSAULT COURSE, PH 4............................            9,500            9,500  ...............
NAVY:
    BRIDGEPORT MWTC:
        FIRE STATION RENOVATION..............................            4,460            4,460  ...............
    CAMP PENDLETON, CALIFORNIA:
        ANGLICO OPERATIONS COMPLEX...........................           25,190           25,190  ...............
        AVIATION TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER SITE...................           13,560           13,560  ...............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS...........................           39,610           39,610  ...............
        COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE FACIL-  ITY...           13,170           13,170  ...............
        COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADES..............................           79,492           79,492  ...............
        ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.......................           76,950           76,950  ...............
        ENLISTED DINING FACILITY.............................           32,300           32,300  ...............
        ENLISTED DINING FACILITY--EDSON RANGE................           37,670           37,670  ...............
        EXPAND COMBAT AIRCRAFT LOADING APRON.................           12,240           12,240  ...............
        EXPANSION OF SOUTHERN REGION TERTIARY TREATMENT PLANT           55,180           55,180  ...............
         TO 7.5 MGD..........................................
        GAS/ELECTRICAL UPGRADES..............................           51,040           51,040  ...............
        NORTH REGION TERTIARY TREATMENT PLANT (PH 1, INCR 1).          142,330          142,330
        OPERATIONS ACCESS POINTS.............................           12,740           12,740  ...............
        RECON BATTALION OPERATIONS COMPLEX...................           77,660           77,660  ...............
        RECRUIT BARRACKS--FIELD/K-SPAN.......................           23,200           23,200  ...............
        RECRUIT BARRACKS--SCHOOL OF INFANTRY.................           53,320           53,320  ...............
        RECRUIT MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING FACILITY...............           13,730           13,730  ...............
        WEAPONS AND FIELD TRAINING BATTALION SUPPORT                    15,780           15,780  ...............
         FACILITIES..........................................
    EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE:
        EDWARDS RAMP EXTENSION...............................            3,007            3,007  ...............
    MIRAMAR:
        AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON MODIFICATION..................            9,280            9,280  ...............
    POINT LOMA ANNEX:
        PUBLIC WORKS SHOPS CONSOLIDATION.....................            8,730            8,730  ...............
    SAN DIEGO:
        MESS HALL EXPANSION..................................           23,590           23,590  ...............
    TWENTYNINE PALMS, CALIFORNIA:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS...........................           37,290           37,290  ...............
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS...........................           37,290           37,290  ...............
        COMMUNICATIONS/ELECTRONICS MAINTENANCE/STOR-  AGE....           12,660           12,660  ...............
        CONSOLIDATED ARMORY--TANKS...........................           12,670           12,670  ...............
        CONSTRUCT ROADS--NORTH MAINSIDE......................           29,360           29,360  ...............
        DINING FACILITY--NORTH MAINSIDE......................           17,200           17,200  ...............
        ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADE--34.5KV TO 115KV...           46,220           46,220  ...............
        ELECTRICAL POWER PLANT/CO-GEN/GAS TURBINE--NORTH.....           53,260           53,260  ...............
        HIGH TEMPERATURE HOT WATER/CHILLED WATER SYSTEM......           25,790           25,790  ...............
        INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER PRETREATMENT SYSTEM...........            3,330            3,330  ...............
        LAYDOWN SITE WORK--NORTH MAINSIDE....................           21,740           21,740  ...............
        MAINTENANCE SHOP--TRACKED............................           19,780           19,780  ...............
        MAINTENANCE SHOP--WHEELED............................           16,040           16,040  ...............
        MAINTENANCE SUNSHADES--WHEELED.......................           12,580           12,580  ...............
        NATURAL GAS SYSTEM EXTENSION.........................           19,990           19,990  ...............
        SECONDARY ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION--NORTH MAINSIDE....           31,720           31,720  ...............
        SEWAGE SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS AND LIFT STATION..........            5,800            5,800  ...............
        STATION COMM FACILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE.............           49,040           49,040  ...............
        SUB-STATION AND ELECTRICAL UPGRADES..................           31,310           31,310  ...............
        WATER IMPROVEMENTS AND STORAGE TANK..................           30,610           30,610  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    TRAVIS AFB:
        CONSTRUCT KC-10 CARGO LOAD TRAINING FACILITY.........            6,900            6,900  ...............
    VANDENBERG AFB:
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER.............................           13,000           13,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CORONADO (LA POSTA)
        SOF CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT TRAINING FACILITY..........           15,722           15,722  ...............
    EL CENTRO:
        AIRCRAFT DIRECT FUELING STATION......................           11,000           11,000  ...............
    POINT LOMA ANNEX:
        REPLACE FUEL STORAGE FAC INCR 2......................           92,300           92,300  ...............
    TRAVIS AFB:
        REPLACE FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.....................           15,357           15,357  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    LOS ALAMITOS:
        READINESS CENTER PH 1................................           31,000           31,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    FRESNO YOSEMITE INTERNATIONAL ANG:
        144TH SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITY...................  ...............            9,900           +9,900
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOGISTICS AIRPORT (VICTORVILLE):
        TFI--PREDATOR BEDDOWN--FLIGHT TRAINING UNIT/LAUNCH &             8,400            8,400  ...............
         RECOVERY ELEMENT SITE...............................
ARMY RESERVE:
    CAMP PENDLETON:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................           19,500           19,500  ...............
    LOS ANGELES:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................           29,000           29,000  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    ALAMEDA:
        RESERVE TRAINING CENTER..............................            5,960            5,960  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, CALIFORNIA..................................        1,595,548        1,605,448           +9,900

                           COLORADO

ARMY:
    FORT CARSON, COLORADO:
        AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE.............            7,400            7,400  ...............
        AUTOMATED QUALIFICATION TRAINING RANGE...............           11,000           11,000  ...............
        BARRACKS & DINING, INCREMENT 2.......................           60,000           60,000  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX......................................           69,000           69,000  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX, PH 1................................          102,000  ...............         -102,000
        COMMISSARY...........................................           35,000           35,000  ...............
        CONVOY LIVE FIRE RANGE...............................            6,500            6,500  ...............
        MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE...........................            4,450  ...............           -4,450
        RAILROAD TRACKS......................................           14,000           14,000  ...............
        SCOUT/RECCE GUNNERY COMPLEX..........................           16,000           16,000  ...............
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................           18,500           18,500  ...............
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.................................            3,100  ...............           -3,100
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION (WT) COMPLEX...................           56,000           56,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    PETERSON AFB:
        C-130 SQUAD OPS/AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT [TFI]......            5,200            5,200  ...............
        NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE INSTITUTE....................           19,900           19,900  ...............
    U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY:
        ADD TO CADET FITNESS CENTER..........................           17,500           17,500  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT CARSON:
        HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC.............................           52,773           31,900          -20,873
        SOF BATTALION OPS COMPLEX............................           45,200           45,200  ...............
        SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY....................            3,046            3,046  ...............
CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE-WIDE:
    PUEBLO DEPOT:
        AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY, PH XI..........           92,500           92,500  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE:
        ADD/ALTER WEAPONS RELEASE............................  ...............            4,500           +4,500
ARMY RESERVE:
    COLORADO SPRINGS:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           13,000           13,000  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    SCHRIEVER AFB:
        WING HEADQUARTERS....................................           10,200           10,200  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, COLORADO....................................          662,269          536,346         -125,923

                         CONNECTICUT

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    BRADLEY IAP:
        CNAF BEDDOWN--UPGRADE FACILITIES.....................  ...............            9,100           +9,100
ARMY RESERVE:
    BRIDGEPORT:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           18,500           18,500  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, CONNECTICUT.................................           18,500           27,600           +9,100

                           DELAWARE

AIR FORCE:
    DOVER AFB:
        C-5 CARGO AIRCRAFT MAINT TRAINING FACILITY P1........            5,300            5,300  ...............
        CHAPEL CENTER........................................  ...............            7,500           +7,500
        CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY.................           12,100           12,100  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, DELAWARE....................................           17,400           24,900           +7,500

                           FLORIDA

ARMY:
    EGLIN AFB:
        ANTI-ARMOR, TRACKING & LIVE FIRE RANGE...............            3,400            3,400  ...............
        AUTOMATED QUALIFICATION/TRAINING RANGE...............           12,000           12,000  ...............
        BASIC 10M--25M FIRING RANGE (ZERO)...................            3,050            3,050  ...............
        ELEVATED WATER STORAGE TANK (CAMP RUDDER)............  ...............            1,200           +1,200
        GRENADE LAUNCHER RANGE...............................            1,600            1,600  ...............
        HAND GRENADE QUALIFICATION COURSE....................            1,400            1,400  ...............
        INDOOR FIRING RANGE..................................            8,900            8,900  ...............
        LIGHT DEMOLITION RANGE...............................            2,200            2,200  ...............
        LIVE FIRE EXERCISE BREACH FACILITY...................            4,950            4,950  ...............
        LIVE FIRE EXERCISE SHOOTHOUSE........................            8,000            8,000  ...............
        NON-STANDARD SMALL ARMS RANGE........................            3,400            3,400  ...............
        OPERATIONS COMPLEX, PH 3.............................           80,000           80,000  ...............
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.................................            2,700            2,700  ...............
    MIAMI DORAL:
        SOUTHERN COMMAND HEADQUARTERS, INCR 3................           55,400           55,400  ...............
NAVY:
    BLOUNT ISLAND:
        PORT OPERATIONS FACILITY.............................            3,760            3,760  ...............
    EGLIN AFB:
        BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS, EOD SCHOOL, PHASE  2.....           26,287           26,287  ...............
        F-35 AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON..........................           11,252           11,252  ...............
        F-35 HYDRANT REFUELING SYSTEM, PH 1..................            6,208            6,208  ...............
        F-35 JP8 FLIGHTLINE FILLSTANDS.......................            3,492            3,492  ...............
        F-35 JP8 WEST SIDE BULK TANK UPGRADE.................              621              621  ...............
        F-35 PARALLEL TAXIWAY LADDER.........................              931              931  ...............
        F-35 POL OPERATIONS FACILITY.........................            2,056            2,056  ...............
    JACKSONVILLE:
        P-8/MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT FACILITIES                   5,917            5,917  ...............
         MODIFICATION........................................
    MAYPORT:
        CHANNEL DREDGING.....................................           46,303           46,303  ...............
        WHARF CHARLIE REPAIR.................................           29,682           29,682  ...............
    PENSACOLA:
        CORRY A SCHOOL BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS R..........           22,950           22,950  ...............
        SIMULATOR ADDITION FOR UNDERGRADUATE MILITARY FLIGHT             3,211            3,211  ...............
         OFFICER PROGRAM.....................................
    WHITING FIELD:
        T-6B JOINT PRIMARY AIRCRAFT TRAINING SYSTEM OPS:                 4,120            4,120  ...............
         PARALOFT FACILITY...................................
AIR FORCE:
    EGLIN AFB:
        CONSTRUCT DORMITORY (96 RM)..........................           11,000           11,000  ...............
        F-35 AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON..........................           16,400           16,400  ...............
        F-35 DUKE CONTROL TOWER..............................            3,420            3,420  ...............
        F-35 HYDRANT REFUELING SYSTEM PHASE 1................            8,100            8,100  ...............
        F-35 JP-8 WEST SIDE BULK FUEL TANK UPGRADES..........              960              960  ...............
        F-35 JPS FLIGHTLINE FILLSTANDS.......................            5,400            5,400  ...............
        F-35 LIVE ORDNANCE LOAD FACILITY.....................            9,900            9,900  ...............
        F-35 PARALLEL TAXIWAY LADDER.........................            1,440            1,440  ...............
        F-35 POL OPS FACILITY................................            3,180            3,180  ...............
    HURLBURT FIELD:
        ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION...................            8,300            8,300  ...............
        REFUELING VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY...............            2,200            2,200  ...............
    MACDILL AFB:
        CENTRAL COMMAND COMMANDANT FACILITY..................           15,300           15,300  ...............
        CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER.............................            7,000            7,000  ...............
        DORMITORY (120 ROOM).................................           16,000           16,000  ...............
    PATRICK AFB:
        COMBAT WEAPONS TRAINING FACILITY.....................  ...............            8,400           +8,400
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    EGLIN AFB:
        SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY....................            3,046            3,046  ...............
    HURLBURT FIELD:
        SOF SIMULATOR FACILITY FOR MC-130 (RECAP)............            8,156            8,156  ...............
    JACKSONVILLE IAP:
        REPLACE JET FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX.....................           11,500           11,500  ...............
ARMY RESERVE:
    PANAMA CITY:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................            7,300            7,300  ...............
    WEST PALM BEACH:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           26,000           26,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, FLORIDA.....................................          518,392          527,992           +9,600

                           GEORGIA

ARMY:
    FORT BENNING:
        BATTLE LAB...........................................           30,000           30,000  ...............
        COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY...........           10,800           10,800  ...............
        DINING FACILITY......................................           15,000           15,000  ...............
        FIRE AND MOVEMENT RANGE..............................            2,800            2,800  ...............
        TRAINEE BARRACKS COMPLEX, PH 1.......................           74,000           74,000  ...............
        TRAINING AREA TANK TRAILS............................            9,700            9,700  ...............
        TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX...........................           38,000           38,000  ...............
        TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX, PH 1.....................           31,000           31,000  ...............
        TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX, PH 1.....................           31,000           31,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           53,000           53,000  ...............
    FORT GILLEM:
        FORENSIC LAB.........................................           10,800           10,800  ...............
    FORT STEWART:
        AUTOMATED SNIPER FIELD FIRE RANGE....................            3,400  ...............           -3,400
        BARRACKS & DINING, INCREMENT 2.......................           80,000           80,000  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX......................................           93,000           48,000          -45,000
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           49,000           49,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    MOODY AIR FORCE BASE:
        RESCUE OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE HEADQUARTERS FACILITY..  ...............            8,900           +8,900
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT BENNING:
        BLOOD DONOR CENTER REPLACEMENT.......................           12,313           12,313  ...............
        DENTAL CLINIC........................................            4,887            4,887  ...............
        SOF EXPAND BATTALION HEADQUARTERS....................            3,046            3,046  ...............
        WILSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CONSTRUCT GYMNAS-  IUM......            2,330            2,330  ...............
    FORT STEWART:
        HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC.............................           26,386           22,200           -4,186
        NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL................................           22,502  ...............          -22,502
        NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL................................           22,501           22,501  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT BENNING:
        READINESS CENTER.....................................           15,500           15,500  ...............
    HUNTER AAF:
        READINESS CENTER.....................................  ...............            8,967           +8,967
ARMY RESERVE:
    ATLANTA:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           14,000           14,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, GEORGIA.....................................          654,965          597,744          -57,221

                            HAWAII

ARMY:
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS:
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           63,000           63,000  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           36,000           36,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION BARRACKS.......................           55,000           55,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           30,000           30,000  ...............
    WHEELER AAF:
        REGIONAL SATELLITE COMMUNICATION INFORMATION CENTER..            7,500            7,500  ...............
NAVY:
    OAHU:
        RANGE, 1000--PUULOA..................................            5,380            5,380  ...............
    PEARL HARBOR:
        ASIA PACIFIC CENTER FOR SECURITY STUDIES CONFERENCE &           12,775           12,775  ...............
         TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CENTER..........................
        MISSILE MAGAZINES (5), WEST LOCH.....................           22,407           22,407  ...............
        PACIFIC FLEET SUBMARINE DRIVE-IN MAGNETIC SILENCING              8,645            8,645  ...............
         FACILITY (INCREMENT 3)..............................
        PRODUCTION SERVICES SUPPORT FACILITY.................  ...............           30,360          +30,360
AIR FORCE:
    WHEELER AAF:
        AIR SUPPORT OPERATIONS CENTER COMPLEX................           15,000           15,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORD ISLAND:
        PACIFIC OPERATIONS FACILITY UPGRADE..................            9,633            9,633  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    HICKAM AFB:
        TFI--F-22 LOW OBSERVABLE/COMPOSITE REPAIR FACILITY...           26,000           26,000  ...............
        TFI-F-22 PARKING APRON AND TAXIWAYS..................            7,000            7,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, HAWAII......................................          298,340          328,700          +30,360

                            IDAHO

AIR FORCE:
    MOUNTAIN HOME AFB:
        LOGISTICS READINESS CENTER...........................           20,000           20,000  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    GOWEN FIELD:
        COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY...........           16,100           16,100  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, IDAHO.......................................           36,100           36,100  ...............

                           ILLINOIS

AIR FORCE:
    SCOTT AFB:
        AEROMEDICAL EVACUATION SQUADRON FACILITY.............  ...............            7,400           +7,400
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    MILAN:
        READINESS CENTER ADDITION............................  ...............            5,600           +5,600
ARMY RESERVE:
    CHICAGO:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................           23,000           23,000  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    JOLIET ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT:
        RESERVE TRAINING CENTER..............................            7,957            7,957  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, ILLINOIS....................................           30,957           43,957          +13,000

                           INDIANA

NAVY:
    CRANE NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER:
        STRATEGIC WEAPONS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FACILITY.......  ...............           13,710          +13,710
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    MUSCATATUCK:
        COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY PH 2......           10,100           10,100  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, INDIANA.....................................           10,100           23,810          +13,710

                             IOWA

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP DODGE:
        UNITED STATES PROPERTY AND FISCAL OFFICE.............  ...............            4,000           +4,000
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    DES MOINES:
        ADD/ALT SECURITY FORCES FACILITY.....................  ...............            4,600           +4,600
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, IOWA........................................  ...............            8,600           +8,600

                            KANSAS

ARMY:
    FORT RILEY:
        ADVANCED WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT.................           28,000           28,000  ...............
        BATTALION COMPLEX....................................           59,000           59,000  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX......................................           49,000           49,000  ...............
        ESTES ROAD ACCESS CONTROL POINT......................  ...............            7,100           +7,100
        IGLOO STORAGE, INSTALLATION..........................            7,200            7,200  ...............
        LAND VEHICLE FUELING FACILITY........................            3,700            3,700  ...............
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................           15,500           15,500  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    SALINA ARMY AVIATION FACILTY:
        TAXIWAY ALTERATIONS, ARNG AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY..  ...............            2,227           +2,227
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, KANSAS....................................          162,400          171,727           +9,327

                           KENTUCKY

ARMY:
    FORT CAMPBELL:
        CHAPEL COMPLEX.......................................  ...............           14,400          +14,400
        SOF LANGUAGE SUSTAINMENT TRAINING FACILITY...........  ...............            5,800           +5,800
    FORT KNOX:
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION [WT] COMPLEX...................           70,000           70,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT CAMPBELL:
        HEALTH CLINIC........................................            8,600            8,600  ...............
        SOF BATTALION OPERATIONS COMPLEX.....................           29,289           29,289  ...............
        SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY....................            3,046            3,046  ...............
CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE-WIDE:
    BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT:
        AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION PH X.....................           54,041           59,041           +5,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, KENTUCKY....................................          164,976          190,176          +25,200

                          LOUISIANA

ARMY:
    FORT POLK:
        LAND PURCHASES AND CONDEMNATION......................           17,000           17,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           32,000           32,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE:
        RAMP REPLACEMENT PH #5--AIRCRAFT APRON PAVEMENT......  ...............           12,800          +12,800
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, LOUISIANA.................................           49,000           61,800          +12,800

                            MAINE

NAVY:
    PORTSMOUTH NSY:
        GATE 2 SECURITY IMPROVEMENTS.........................  ...............            7,100           +7,100
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    BANGOR IAP:
        REPLACE AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR/SHOPS............           28,000           28,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MAINE.......................................           28,000           35,100           +7,100

                           MARYLAND

ARMY:
    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND:
        ADVANCED CHEMISTRY LABORATORY........................  ...............           15,500          +15,500
    FORT DETRICK:
        SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER......................           18,000           18,000  ...............
        SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY....................           21,000           21,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    ANDREWS AFB:
        REPLACE MUNITIONS STORAGE AREA.......................            9,300            9,300  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND:
        U.S. ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL               111,400          111,400  ...............
         DEFENSE REPLACEMENT, INC II.........................
    FORT DETRICK:
        BOUNDARY GATE AT NALIN POND..........................           10,750           10,750  ...............
        EMERGENCY SERVICE CENTER.............................           16,125           16,125  ...............
        NATIONAL INTERAGENCY BIODEFENSE CAMPUS TRUCK                     2,932            2,932  ...............
         INSPECTION STATION & ROAD...........................
        U.S. ARMY MEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF INFECTIOUS             108,000          108,000  ...............
         DISEASES STAGE I, INC IV............................
    FORT MEADE:
        MISSION SUPPORT--PERIMETER SECURE ANTI-TERRORISM.....            8,800            8,800  ...............
        SOUTH CAMPUS UTILITY PLANT...........................          195,000          195,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    ANDREWS AFB:
        REPLACE MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE COMPLEX....           14,000           14,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, MARYLAND..................................          515,307          530,807          +15,500

                        MASSACHUSETTS

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    HANSCOM AFB:
        ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER (JOINT FORCES HQ)........           29,000           29,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
        COMPOSITE OPERATIONS AND TRAINING FACILITY...........  ...............           12,800          +12,800
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MASSACHUSETTS...............................           29,000           41,800          +12,800

                           MICHIGAN

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    ALPENA COMBAT READINESS TRAINING CENTER:
        REPLACE TROOP QUARTERS...............................  ...............            8,900           +8,900
    BATTLE CREEK AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
        CNAF BED DOWN FACILITIES.............................  ...............           14,000          +14,000
    SELFRIDGE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
        A-10 SQUAD OPERATIONS FACILITY.......................  ...............            7,100           +7,100
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MICHIGAN....................................  ...............           30,000          +30,000

                          MINNESOTA

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    DULUTH IAP:
        JET FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX.............................           15,000           15,000  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ARDEN HILLS:
        READINESS CENTER PH 2................................            6,700            6,700  ...............
    CAMP RIPLEY:
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.................................            1,710            1,710  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL IAP 133RD AW BASE:
        STARBASE FACILITY ALTERATION.........................  ...............            1,900           +1,900
ARMY RESERVE:
    FORT SNELLING (MINNEAPOLIS):
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................           12,000           12,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MINNESOTA...................................           35,410           37,310           +1,900

                         MISSISSIPPI

AIR FORCE:
    COLUMBUS AIR FORCE BASE:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ADMINISTRATION FACILITY.........  ...............           10,000          +10,000
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP SHELBY:
        COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY ADD/ALT...           16,100           16,100  ...............
    MONTICELLO:
        READINESS CENTER.....................................  ...............           14,350          +14,350
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    KEESLER AFB:
        AERIAL PORT SQUADRON FACILITY........................            9,800            9,800  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MISSISSIPPI.................................           25,900           50,250          +24,350

                           MISSOURI

ARMY:
    FORT LEONARD WOOD:
        AUTOMATED-AIDED INSTRUCTION FACILITY.................           27,000           27,000  ...............
        TRANSIENT ADVANCED TRAINEE BARRACKS, PH 1............           99,000           99,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           19,500           19,500  ...............
        WHEELED VEHICLE DRIVERS COURSE.......................           17,500           17,500  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT LEONARD WOOD:
        DENTAL CLINIC ADDITION...............................            5,570            5,570  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    BOONVILLE:
        READINESS CENTER ADD/ALT.............................            1,800            1,800  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    ROSECRANS MEMORIAL AIRPORT, ST. JOSEPH:
        REPLACE FIRE/CRASH RESCUE STATION PHASE II...........  ...............            9,300           +9,300
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MISSOURI....................................          170,370          179,670           +9,300

                           MONTANA

AIR FORCE:
    MALMSTROM AFB:
        UPGRADE WEAPONS STORAGE AREA.........................  ...............            9,600           +9,600
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, MONTANA.....................................  ...............            9,600           +9,600

                           NEBRASKA

AIR FORCE:
    OFFUTT AIR FORCE BASE:
        STRATCOM GATE........................................  ...............           10,400          +10,400
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    LINCOLN:
        ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER (JOINT FORCES HQ)........           23,000           23,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    LINCOLN MAP:
        JOINT FORCES OPERATIONS CENTER--ANG SHARE............            1,500            1,500  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEBRASKA....................................           24,500           34,900          +10,400

                            NEVADA

NAVY:
    NAVAL AIR STATION FALLON:
        WARRIOR PHYSICAL TRAINING FACILITY...................  ...............           11,450          +11,450
AIR FORCE:
    CREECH AFB:
        UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEM AT/FP SECURITY UPDATES........            2,700            2,700  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CARSON CITY:
        RENEWABLE ENERGY SUSTAINABLE PROJECTS................  ...............            2,000           +2,000
    NORTH LAS VEGAS:
        READINESS CENTER.....................................           26,000           26,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    RENO:
        FIRE STATION REPLACEMENT.............................  ...............           10,800          +10,800
                                                              ------------------
          TOTAL, NEVADA......................................           28,700           52,950          +24,250

                        NEW HAMPSHIRE

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    PEASE AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
        REPLACE SQUADRON OPERATIONS FACILITIES...............  ...............           10,000          +10,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW HAMPSHIRE...............................  ...............           10,000          +10,000

                          NEW JERSEY

AIR FORCE:
    108TH AIR REFUELING WING, MCGUIRE AFB:
        BASE CIVIL ENGINEERING COMPLEX.......................  ...............            9,700           +9,700
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW JERSEY..................................  ...............            9,700           +9,700

                          NEW MEXICO

AIR FORCE:
    CANNON AFB:
        CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATION FACILITY..................           15,000           15,000  ...............
    HOLLOMAN AFB:
        F-22A CONSOLIDATED MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE [TFI].......            5,500            5,500  ...............
    KIRTLAND AFB:
        HC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY...........................            8,700            8,700  ...............
        MC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY...........................            8,000            8,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CANNON AFB:
        SOF AC-130 LOADOUT APRON PH #1.......................  ...............            6,000           +6,000
        SOF AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT ADDITION (CV-22).......           11,595           11,595  ...............
        SOF FUEL CELL HANGAR (MC-130)........................           41,269           41,269  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    SANTA FE:
        ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY.......................           39,000           39,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW MEXICO..................................          129,064          135,064           +6,000

                           NEW YORK

ARMY:
    FORT DRUM:
        BARRACKS.............................................           57,000           57,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           21,000           21,000  ...............
        WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION...............................            6,500            6,500  ...............
ARMY RESERVE:
    ROCHESTER:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           13,600           13,600  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    NIAGARA FALLS ARS:
        INDOOR SMALL ARMS RANGE..............................  ...............            5,700           +5,700
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NEW YORK....................................           98,100          103,800           +5,700

                        NORTH CAROLINA

ARMY:
    FORT BRAGG:
        AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE.............            4,350            4,350  ...............
        AUTOMATED SNIPER FIELD FIRE RANGE....................  ...............            3,450           +3,450
        COMPANY OPERATIONS FACILITY..........................            3,300            3,300  ...............
        SIMULATIONS CENTER...................................           50,000           50,000  ...............
        TRANSIENT TRAINING BARRACKS COMPLEX..................           16,500           16,500  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           19,500           19,500  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           17,500           17,500  ...............
    SUNNY POINT MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL:
        LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM..........................           25,000           25,000  ...............
        TOWERS...............................................            3,900            3,900  ...............
NAVY:
    CAMP LEJEUNE:
        4TH INFANTRY BATTALION OPS COMPLEX...................           55,150           55,150  ...............
        BEQ--WALLACE CREEK...................................           34,160           34,160  ...............
        BEQ--WALLACE CREEK...................................           43,480           43,480  ...............
        BEQ--WALLACE CREEK...................................           44,390           44,390  ...............
        BEQ--WALLACE CREEK...................................           44,390           44,390  ...............
        BEQ--WALLACE CREEK...................................           42,110           42,110  ...............
        CONSOLIDATED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/TELECOM COMPLEX..           46,120           46,120  ...............
        FIELD TRAINING FACILITY--DEVIL DOG--SCHOOL OF                   37,170           37,170  ...............
         INFANTRY............................................
        MAINTENANCE/OPS COMPLEX..............................           52,390           52,390  ...............
        MILITARY POLICE WORKING DOG KENNEL--RELOCA-  TION....            8,370            8,370  ...............
        NEW BASE ENTRY POINT AND ROAD (PHASE 1)..............           79,150           79,150  ...............
        PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER..............................           39,760           39,760  ...............
        PRE-TRIAL DETAINEE FACILITY..........................           18,580           18,580  ...............
        ROAD NETWORK--WALLACE CREEK..........................           15,130           15,130  ...............
        SCHOOL OF INFANTRY--EAST FACILITIES--CAMP GEI-  GER..           56,940           56,940  ...............
        UTILITY EXPANSION--COURTHOUSE BAY....................           56,280           56,280  ...............
    CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION:
        EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES/FIRE VEHICLE FACIL-  ITY..           10,600           10,600  ...............
        ORDNANCE MAGAZINES...................................           12,360           12,360  ...............
    NEW RIVER:
        APRON EXPANSION (PHASE 2)............................           35,600           35,600  ...............
        GYMNASIUM/OUTDOOR POOL...............................           19,920           19,920  ...............
        PARALLEL TAXIWAY.....................................           17,870           17,870  ...............
        TACTICAL SUPPORT VAN PAD ADDITION....................            5,490            5,490  ...............
        VMMT-204 MAINTENANCE HANGAR--PHASE 3.................           28,210           28,210  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    POPE AFB:
        AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER............................  ...............            7,700           +7,700
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CAMP LEJEUNE:
        SOF ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION FACILITY EXPANSION..........           11,791           11,791  ...............
    FORT BRAGG:
        ALBRITTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ADDITION................            3,439            3,439  ...............
        CONSOLIDATED HEALTH CLINIC...........................           26,386           26,386  ...............
        HEALTH CLINIC........................................           31,272           31,272  ...............
        SOF BATTALION & COMPANY HQ...........................           15,500           15,500  ...............
        SOF BATTALION HEADQUARTERS FACILITY..................           13,000           13,000  ...............
        SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY....................            1,125            1,125  ...............
        SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY....................            3,046            3,046  ...............
        SOF OPERATIONS ADDITION NORTH........................           27,513           27,513  ...............
        SOF OPERATIONS SUPPORT ADDITION......................           13,756           13,756  ...............
        SOF TACTICAL UAV HANGAR..............................            2,948            2,948  ...............
        SPECIAL OPS PREP & CONDITIONING COURSE...............           24,600           24,600  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NORTH CAROLINA..............................        1,118,046        1,129,196          +11,150

                         NORTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE:
    GRAND FORKS AFB:
        CONSOLIDATED SECURITY FORCES FACILITY................  ...............           12,000          +12,000
    MINOT AFB:
        MISSILE PROCEDURES TRAINING OPERATIONS...............           10,000           10,000  ...............
        MUNITIONS TRAILER STORAGE FACILITY...................            1,500            1,500  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, NORTH DAKOTA................................           11,500           23,500          +12,000

                             OHIO

AIR FORCE:
    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB:
        CONVERSION FOR ADVANCED POWER RESEARCH LAB...........           21,000           21,000  ...............
        INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY COMPLEX PH 1..................           27,000           27,000  ...............
        REPLACE WEST RAMP....................................  ...............           10,600          +10,600
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MANSFIELD LAHM AIRPORT:
        TFI--RED HORSE SQUADRON BEDDOWN......................           11,400           11,400  ...............
ARMY RESERVE:
    CINCINNATI:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           13,000           13,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OHIO........................................           72,400           83,000          +10,600

                           OKLAHOMA

ARMY:
    FORT SILL:
        AUTOMATED INFANTRY SQUAD BATTLE COURSE...............            3,500            3,500  ...............
        BARRACKS.............................................           65,000           65,000  ...............
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................           22,000           22,000  ...............
    MCALESTER AAP:
        GENERAL PURPOSE STORAGE BUILDING.....................           11,200           11,200  ...............
        HIGH EXPLOSIVE MAGAZINE, DEPOT LEVEL.................            1,300            1,300  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    ALTUS AFB:
        REPAIR TAXIWAYS......................................           20,300           20,300  ...............
    TINKER AFB:
        BUILDING 3001 HANGAR DOOR............................           13,037           13,037  ...............
    VANCE AIR FORCE BASE:
        CONTROL TOWER........................................  ...............           10,700          +10,700
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    ALTUS AFB:
        REPLACE UPLOAD FACILITY..............................            2,700            2,700  ...............
    FORT SILL:
        DENTAL CLINIC........................................           10,554           10,554  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORT:
        TFI--AIR SUPPORT OPERATIONS SQUADRON BED-  DOWN......            7,300            7,300  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, OKLAHOMA..................................          156,891          167,591          +10,700

                            OREGON

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CLATSOP COUNTY:
        WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM--CAMP RILEA......................  ...............            3,369           +3,369
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, OREGON....................................  ...............            3,369           +3,369

                         PENNSYLVANIA

ARMY RESERVE:
    ASHLEY:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................            9,800            9,800  ...............
    HARRISBURG:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................            7,600            7,600  ...............
    NEWTON SQUARE:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           20,000           20,000  ...............
    UNIONTOWN:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           11,800           11,800  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    PITTSBURGH AIR RESERVE BASE:
        VISITING QUARTERS PHASE 1............................  ...............           12,400          +12,400
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PENNSYLVANIA................................           49,200           61,600          +12,400

                         RHODE ISLAND

NAVY:
    NEWPORT:
        OFFICER TRAINING COMMAND QUARTERS....................           45,803           45,803  ...............
        RENOVATION OF SENIOR ENLISTED ACADEMY (TOMICH HALL)..  ...............           10,550          +10,550
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, RHODE ISLAND..............................           45,803           56,353          +10,550

                        SOUTH CAROLINA

ARMY:
    CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPONS STATION:
        PIER AND LOADING/UNLOADING RAMPS.....................            5,700            5,700  ...............
        RAILROAD TRACKS......................................           12,000           12,000  ...............
        STAGING AREA.........................................            4,100            4,100  ...............
    FORT JACKSON:
        ADVANCED SKILLS TRAINEE BARRACKS.....................           32,000           32,000  ...............
        INFILTRATION COURSE..................................            1,900            1,900  ...............
        MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE...........................            3,600            3,600  ...............
        TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX...........................           66,000           66,000  ...............
NAVY:
    BEAUFORT:
        WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT FUEL LANE..........................            1,280            1,280  ...............
    PARRIS ISLAND:
        ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION AND IMPROVEMENTS...............            6,972            6,972  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    EASTOVER:
        ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY ADD/ALT...............           26,000           26,000  ...............
    GREENVILLE:
        ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY.......................           40,000           40,000  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MCENTIRE JOINT NATIONAL GUARD BASE:
        JOINT FORCE HEADQUARTERS BUILDING....................  ...............            1,300           +1,300
NAVY RESERVE:
    CHARLESTON:
        RESERVE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY.................            4,240            4,240  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SOUTH CAROLINA..............................          203,792          205,092           +1,300

                         SOUTH DAKOTA

AIR FORCE:
    ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE:
        ADD/ALT DEPLOYMENT CENTER............................  ...............           14,500          +14,500
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    CAMP RAPID:
        JOINT FORCE HQ READINESS CENTER SUPPLEMENT...........  ...............            7,890           +7,890
        TROOP MEDICAL CLINIC ADDITION AND ALTERATION.........  ...............            1,950           +1,950
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    JOE FOSS FIELD:
        ABOVE GROUND MULTI-CUBICLE MAGAZINE STORAGE..........  ...............            1,300           +1,300
        ADD/ALT MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE COMPLEX................  ...............            1,300           +1,300
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SOUTH DAKOTA................................  ...............           26,940          +26,940

                          TENNESSEE

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    MEMPHIS IAP:
        ENGINEER MAINTENANCE AND TRAINING FACILITY...........  ...............            9,800           +9,800
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, TENNESSEE...................................  ...............            9,800           +9,800

                            TEXAS

ARMY:
    FORT BLISS:
        AIRCRAFT FUEL STORAGE................................           10,800           10,800  ...............
        AUTOMATED INFANTRY PLATOON BATTLE COURSE.............            7,000            7,000  ...............
        AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE.............            6,900            6,900  ...............
        AUTOMATED SNIPER FIELD FIRE RANGE....................            4,250            4,250  ...............
        BRIGADE STAGING AREA COMPLEX.........................           14,800           14,800  ...............
        DIGITAL MULTIPURPOSE RANGE COMPLEX...................           45,000           45,000  ...............
        FIRE AND MILITARY POLICE STATIONS....................           16,500           16,500  ...............
        KNOWN DISTANCE RANGE.................................            4,750            4,750  ...............
        LIGHT DEMOLITION RANGE...............................            2,400            2,400  ...............
        SCOUT/RECCE GUNNERY COMPLEX..........................           17,000           17,000  ...............
        SIMULATION CENTER....................................           23,000           23,000  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & COMPANY OPS FACILITY...........           31,000           31,000  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           16,000           16,000  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           20,000           20,000  ...............
    FORT HOOD:
        AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE.............            6,700            6,700  ...............
        URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.................................            2,400            2,400  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           23,000           23,000  ...............
    FORT SAM HOUSTON:
        ACCESS CONTROL POINT AND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS...........           10,800           10,800  ...............
        GENERAL INSTRUCTION BUILDING.........................            9,000            9,000  ...............
NAVY:
    CORPUS CHRISTI:
        OPERATIONAL FACILITIES FOR T-6.......................           19,764           19,764  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    DYESS AFB:
        C-130J ALTER HANGAR..................................            4,500            4,500  ...............
    GOODFELLOW AFB:
        CONSOLIDATED LEARNING CENTER.........................  ...............           12,000          +12,000
        JOINT INTEL TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITY, PH 1 [TFI]..           18,400           18,400  ...............
        STUDENT DORMITORY (100 RM)...........................           14,000           14,000  ...............
    LACKLAND AFB:
        BASIC MILITARY TRAINING SATELLITE CLASSROOM/DINING              32,000           32,000  ...............
         FACILITY............................................
        EVASION, CONDUCT AFTER CAPTURE TRAINING..............            4,879            4,879  ...............
        RECRUIT DORMITORY 2, PHASE 2.........................           77,000           77,000  ...............
SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE:
        EUROPEAN NATO JOINT JET PILOT TRAINING OPERA-  TIONS.  ...............           11,600          +11,600
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FORT BLISS:
        HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC.............................           30,295           24,600           -5,695
        HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT INCR 1..........................           86,975           62,975          -24,000
    FORT HOOD:
        ALTER FUEL PUMP HOUSE AND FILL STAND.................            3,000            3,000  ...............
    LACKLAND AFB:
        AMBULATORY CARE CENTER, PHASE 1......................           72,610           72,610  ...............
        DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT............................           29,318           29,318  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    AUSTIN:
        ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER..........................           16,500           16,500  ...............
        FIELD MAINTENANCE SHOP, JOINT........................            5,700            5,700  ...............
ARMY RESERVE:
    AUSTIN:
        ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER/AREA MAINTENANCE SUPPORT            20,000           20,000  ...............
         ACTIVITY............................................
    FORT BLISS:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................            9,500            9,500  ...............
    HOUSTON:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           24,000           24,000  ...............
    SAN ANTONIO:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER..................................           20,000           20,000  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    SAN ANTONIO:
        RESERVE TRAINING CENTER..............................            2,210            2,210  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    LACKLAND AFB:
        C-5 GROUND TRAINING SCHOOLHOUSE ADDITION.............            1,500            1,500  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, TEXAS.......................................          763,451          757,356           -6,095

                             UTAH

ARMY:
    DUGWAY PROVING GROUND:
        WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS..............................           25,000           25,000  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    HILL AFB:
        F-22A RADAR CROSS SECTION TESTING FACILITY...........           21,053           21,053  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CAMP WILLIAMS:
        CNCI DATA CENTER, INCR 2.............................          800,000          700,000         -100,000
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    HILL AFB:
        PCC APRON NW END TAXIWAY A...........................  ...............            5,100           +5,100
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    HILL AFB:
        RESERVE SQUAD OPS/AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE UNIT: FACILITY            3,200            3,200  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, UTAH......................................          849,253          754,353          -94,900

                           VERMONT

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ETHAN ALLEN FIRING RANGE:
        BACHELOR OFFICER QUARTERS ADDITIONS AND IMPROVEMENT..  ...............            1,996           +1,996
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    BURLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT:
        ADD/ALT FIRE CRASH AND RESCUE STATION................  ...............            6,000           +6,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, VERMONT.....................................  ...............            7,996           +7,996

                           VIRGINIA

ARMY:
    FORT A.P. HILL:
        AUTOMATED INFANTRY PLATOON BATTLE COURSE.............            4,900            4,900  ...............
        FIELD TRAINING AREA..................................            9,000            9,000  ...............
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................            9,100            9,100  ...............
    FORT BELVOIR:
        FLIGHT CONTROL TOWER.................................            8,400            8,400  ...............
        ROAD AND ACCESS CONTROL POINT........................            9,500            9,500  ...............
        ROAD AND INFRASTRUCTURE IMPROVEMENTS.................           20,000  ...............          -20,000
    FORT EUSTIS:
        UPGRADE MARSHALLING AREA.............................  ...............            8,900           +8,900
NAVY:
    DAHLGREN:
        ELECTROMAGNETIC RESEARCH & ENGINEERING FACILITY, PH 2  ...............            3,660           +3,660
    LITTLE CREEK:
        NAVAL CONSTRUCTION DIVISION OPERATIONS FACILITY......           13,095           13,095  ...............
    NORFOLK:
        E-2D TRAINER FACILITY................................           11,737           11,737  ...............
        FACILITY UPGRADES FOR E-2D PROGRAM...................            6,402            6,402  ...............
    PORTSMOUTH:
        SHIP REPAIR PIER REPLACEMENT, INCR 1.................          226,969          126,969         -100,000
    QUANTICO:
        AIRCRAFT TRAINER.....................................            3,170            3,170  ...............
        BATTALION TRAINING FACILITY--MARINE SECURITY GUARD              10,340           10,340  ...............
         BATTALION...........................................
        DINING FACILITY--THE BASIC SCHOOL....................           14,780           14,780  ...............
        MARINE CORP INFORMATION OPERATIONS CENTER............           29,620           29,620  ...............
        SOUTH MAINSIDE ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION.................           15,270           15,270  ...............
        STUDENT QUARTERS--THE BASIC SCHOOL (PHASE 4).........           32,060           32,060  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    LANGLEY AFB:
        WEST & LASALLE GATES FORCE PROTECTION/ACCESS.........           10,000           10,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    DAHLGREN:
        AEGIS BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE FACILITY EXPAN-  SION           24,500           24,500  ...............
        SOF OPERATIONS FACILITY INC III......................           15,967           15,967  ...............
    LITTLE CREEK:
        SOF SUPPORT ACTIVITY OPERATION FACILITY..............           18,669           18,669  ...............
    PENTAGON:
        PENTAGON ELECTRICAL UPGRADE..........................           19,272           19,272  ...............
        SECONDARY UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER RAVEN ROCK...........            8,400            8,400  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    FORT PICKETT:
        REGIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE PH 2.....................           32,000           32,000  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    OCEANA NAVAL AIR STATION:
        C-40 HANGAR..........................................           30,400           30,400  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, VIRGINIA....................................          583,551          476,111         -107,440

                          WASHINGTON

ARMY:
    FORT LEWIS:
        ANIMAL BUILDING......................................            3,050            3,050  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX, INC 4...............................          102,000          102,000  ...............
        LIVE FIRE EXERCISE SHOOTHOUSE........................            2,550            2,550  ...............
        MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE...........................            4,100            4,100  ...............
NAVY:
    BANGOR:
        LIMITED AREA PRODUCTION/STORAGE COMPLEX (INC  6).....           87,292           87,292  ...............
    BREMERTON:
        CVN MAINTENANCE PIER REPLACEMENT (INC 2).............           69,064           69,064  ...............
        ENCLAVE FENCING/PARKING..............................           67,419           67,419  ...............
    SPOKANE:
        JOINT PERSONNEL RECOVERY AGENCY SPECIALIZED SERE                12,707           12,707  ...............
         TRAINING............................................
AIR FORCE:
    FAIRCHILD AFB:
        SERE FORCE SUPPORT COMPLEX, PHASE 1..................  ...............           11,000          +11,000
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    FAIRCHILD AFB:
        REPLACE FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.....................            7,500            7,500  ...............
    FORT LEWIS:
        HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC.............................           15,636           15,636  ...............
        SOF SUPPORT COMPANY FACILITY.........................           14,500           14,500  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WASHINGTON..................................          385,818          396,818          +11,000

                        WEST VIRGINIA

NAVY:
    SUGAR GROVE:
        EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER............................  ...............            9,560           +9,560
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ST. ALBANS ARMORY:
        READINESS CENTER ADDITION/LIFE SAFETY UPGRADES.......  ...............            2,000           +2,000
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    SHEPHERD AIRBASE, MARTINSBURG:
        C-5 TAXIWAY UPGRADES.................................  ...............           19,500          +19,500
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WEST VIRGINIA...............................  ...............           31,060          +31,060

                          WISCONSIN

AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    GENERAL MITCHELL IAP:
        ADD/ALT KC-135 CORROSION CONTROL HANGAR..............  ...............            5,000           +5,000
ARMY RESERVE:
    FORT MCCOY:
        COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY...........           25,000           25,000  ...............
        RANGE UTILITY UPGRADE................................  ...............            3,850           +3,850
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WISCONSIN...................................           25,000           33,850           +8,850

                           WYOMING

AIR FORCE:
    F.E. WARREN AFB:
        ADAL MISSILE SERVICE COMPLEX.........................            9,100            9,100  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    CHEYENNE AIRPORT:
        SQUADRON OPERATIONS..................................  ...............            1,500           +1,500
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, WYOMING.....................................            9,100           10,600           +1,500

                         AFGHANISTAN

ARMY:
    BAGRAM AIR BASE:
        ARMY PRE-POSITION STOCK COMPOUND.....................           38,000  ...............          -38,000
        AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY............................            2,600            2,600  ...............
        BARRACKS.............................................           18,500  ...............          -18,500
        COALITION OPERATION CENTER...........................           49,000           49,000  ...............
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY.........................           38,000           38,000  ...............
        FUEL SYSTEM PH 6.....................................           12,000  ...............          -12,000
        FUEL SYSTEM PH 7.....................................            5,000  ...............           -5,000
        PERIMETER FENCE AND GUARD TOWERS.....................            7,000  ...............           -7,000
AIR FORCE:
    BAGRAM AIR BASE:
        PASSENGER TERMINAL...................................           22,000           22,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, AFGHANISTAN.................................          192,100          111,600          -80,500

                        BAHRAIN ISLAND

NAVY:
    BAHRAIN NSA:
        WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT PHASE 2.......................           41,526           41,526  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, BAHRAIN ISLAND..............................           41,526           41,526  ...............

                           BELGIUM

ARMY:
    MONS:
        NATO SOF OPERATIONAL SUPPORT FACILITIES..............  ...............           20,000          +20,000
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    BRUSSELS:
        REPLACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SUPREME HQ ALLIED POWERS             38,124           38,124  ...............
         EUROPE).............................................
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, BELGIUM...................................           38,124           58,124          +20,000

                           COLOMBIA

AIR FORCE:
    PALANQUERO AB:
        AIR BASE DEVELOPMENT.................................           46,000           46,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, COLOMBIA....................................           46,000           46,000  ...............

                           DJIBOUTI

NAVY:
    CAMP LEMONIER:
        AMMO SUPPLY POINT....................................           21,689           21,689  ...............
        FIRE STATION.........................................            4,772            4,772  ...............
        INTERIOR PAVED ROADS PHASE A.........................            7,275            7,275  ...............
        SECURITY FENCING I...................................            8,109            8,109  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, DJIBOUTI....................................           41,845           41,845  ...............

                           GERMANY

ARMY:
    ANSBACH:
        BARRACKS.............................................           17,500           17,500  ...............
        BARRACKS.............................................           14,200           14,200  ...............
    KLEBER KASERNE:
        BARRACKS.............................................           20,000           20,000  ...............
    LANDSTUHL:
        WARRIOR IN TRANSITION [WT] COMPLEX...................           25,000  ...............          -25,000
AIR FORCE:
    RAMSTEIN AB:
        AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE COMPLEX.......           11,500           11,500  ...............
        CONTINGENCY RESPONSE GROUP COMMAND...................           23,200           23,200  ...............
    SPANGDAHLEM AB:
        FITNESS CENTER.......................................           23,500           23,500  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    BOEBLINGEN:
        ELEMENTARY SCHOOL....................................  ...............           50,000          +50,000
    KAISERLAUTERN AB:
        KAISERSLAUTERN COMPLEX--PHASE 1......................           19,380           19,380  ...............
        KAISERSLAUTERN HIGH SCHOOL REPLACE SCHOOL............           74,165           74,165  ...............
    WIESBADEN:
        WIESBADEN HIGH SCHOOL NEW CAFETERIA AND KIT-  CHEN...            5,379            5,379  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, GERMANY...................................          233,824          258,824          +25,000

                            GREECE

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    SOUDA BAY:
        FUEL STORAGE TANKS & PIPELINE REPLACEMENT............           24,000           24,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, GREECE......................................           24,000           24,000  ...............

                             GUAM

NAVY:
    GUAM
        ANDERSEN AFB NORTH RAMP PARKING (PHASE 1)............           88,797  ...............          -88,797
        AAFB NORTH RAMP UTILITIES (PHASE 1)..................           21,500  ...............          -21,500
        APRA HARBOR WHARVES IMPROVEMENTS, INCR 1.............          167,033           83,517          -83,516
        CONSOLIDATED SUBMARINE LEARNING CENTER TRAINING & CSS-          45,309           45,309  ...............
         15 HQ FACILITY......................................
        DEFENSE ACCESS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS.....................           48,860           48,860  ...............
        MILITARY WORKING DOG RELOCATION, APRA HARBOR.........           27,070           10,000          -17,070
        TORPEDO EXERCISE SUPPORT BUILDING....................           15,627           15,627  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    ANDERSEN AFB:
        COMMANDO WARRIOR OPERATIONS FACILITY.................            4,200            4,200  ...............
        NW FIELD ATFP PERIMETER FENCE AND ROAD...............            4,752            4,752  ...............
        NW FIELD COMBAT SUPPORT VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY.           15,500           15,500  ...............
        POSTAL SERVICE CENTER................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
        STRIKE FOL ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE.................           33,750           33,750  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    AGANA NAVAL AIR STATION:
        REPLACE GAS CYLANDER STORAGE FACILITY................            4,900            4,900  ...............
    GUAM:
        HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT INCR 1..........................          259,156          200,000          -59,156
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    BARRIGADA:
        READINESS CENTER.....................................           30,000           30,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, GUAM........................................          766,454          496,415         -270,039

                     GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    GUANTANAMO BAY:
        REPLACE FUEL STORAGE TANKS...........................           12,500           12,500  ...............
                                                              ------------------
          TOTAL, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA........................           12,500           12,500  ...............

                            ITALY

ARMY:
    VICENZA:
        BRIGADE COMPLEX--BARRACKS/COMMUNITY, INCR 3..........           22,500           22,500  ...............
        BRIGADE COMPLEX--OPERATIONS SUPPORT FACILITY, INCR 3.           23,500           23,500  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    SIGONELLA:
        GLOBAL HAWK AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE AND OPS COMPLEX.....           31,300  ...............          -31,300
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
            TOTAL, ITALY.....................................           77,300           46,000          -31,300

                            JAPAN

ARMY:
    OKINAWA:
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................            6,000            6,000  ...............
    SAGAMIHARA:
        TRAINING AIDS CENTER.................................            6,000            6,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, JAPAN.......................................           12,000           12,000  ...............

                            KOREA

ARMY:
    CAMP HUMPHREYS:
        FIRE STATIONS........................................           13,200           13,200  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           19,000           19,000  ...............
        VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP.............................           18,000           18,000  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    K-16 AIRFIELD:
        CONVERT WAREHOUSES...................................            5,050            5,050  ...............
    OSAN AB:
        REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM..........................           28,000           28,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, KOREA.......................................           83,250           83,250  ...............

                            KUWAIT

ARMY:
    CAMP ARIFJAN:
        ARMY PRE-POSITION STOCK WAREHOUSES...................           82,000           82,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, KUWAIT......................................           82,000           82,000  ...............

                             OMAN

AIR FORCE:
    AL MUSANNAH AB:
        AIRLIFT RAMP AND FUEL FACILITIES.....................           69,000  ...............          -69,000
        WAR RESERVE MATERIAL COMPOUND........................           47,000  ...............          -47,000
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, OMAN........................................          116,000  ...............         -116,000

                         PUERTO RICO

ARMY RESERVE:
    CAGUAS:
        ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................           12,400           12,400  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, PUERTO RICO.................................           12,400           12,400  ...............

                            QATAR

AIR FORCE:
    AL UDEID:
        BLATCHFORD-PRESTON COMPLEX PH II.....................           60,000           60,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, QATAR.......................................           60,000           60,000  ...............

                            SPAIN

NAVY:
    ROTA:
        RECEPTION AIRFIELD FACILITIES........................           26,278           26,278  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, SPAIN.......................................           26,278           26,278  ...............

                            TURKEY

AIR FORCE:
    INCIRLIK AB:
        CONSOLIDATED COMMUNITY CENTER........................            9,200            9,200  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, TURKEY......................................            9,200            9,200  ...............

                        UNITED KINGDOM

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    MENWITH HILL STATION:
        POWER, SPACE & COOLING CONSTRUCTION..................           37,588           37,588  ...............
    RAF MILDENHALL:
        CONNECT FUEL TANK DISTRIBUTION PIPELINE..............            4,700            4,700  ...............
    ROYAL AIR FORCE ALCONBURY:
        MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT....................           14,227           14,227  ...............
    ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH:
        LIBERTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL--GYMNASIUM...............            4,509            4,509  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, UNITED KINGDOM..............................           61,024           61,024  ...............

                        VIRGIN ISLANDS

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    ST. CROIX:
        REGIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE PH 1.....................           20,000           20,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          TOTAL, VIRGIN ISLANDS..............................           20,000           20,000  ...............

NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM.............................          276,314          276,314  ...............

                    WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED

ARMY:
    HOST NATION SUPPORT......................................           25,000           25,000  ...............
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................           23,000           25,000           +2,000
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................          153,029          166,573          +13,544
NAVY:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................          166,896          176,896          +10,000
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................           12,483           12,483  ...............
AIR FORCE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................           82,363          106,918          +24,555
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................           18,000           20,000           +2,000
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION.................................           10,000           10,000  ...............
    ENERGY CONSERVATION INVESTMENT PROGRAM...................           90,000          225,000         +135,000
    PLANNING AND DESIGN:
        DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENT EDUCATION............            8,855            8,855  ...............
        MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY...............................            2,000            2,000  ...............
        NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY.............................           10,534           10,534  ...............
        SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...........................            4,425            4,425  ...............
        TRICARE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY..........................           72,974           77,974           +5,000
        WASHINGTON HEADQUARTERS SERVICE......................            3,575            3,575  ...............
        UNDISTRIBUTED........................................           35,579           35,579  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL, PLANNING AND DESIGN......................          137,942          142,942           +5,000

    UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION:
        DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY.............................            4,100            4,100  ...............
        DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DEPENDENT EDUCATION............            6,800            6,800  ...............
        JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF................................            7,861            7,861  ...............
        MISSILE DEFENSE AGENCY...............................            3,717            3,717  ...............
        SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND...........................            6,022            6,022  ...............
        TRICARE MANAGEMENT ACTIVITY..........................            4,525            4,525  ...............
        UNDISTRIBUTED........................................            3,000            3,000  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL, UNSPECIFIED MINOR CONSTRUCTION...........           36,025           36,025  ...............

ARMY NATIONAL GUARD:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................           23,981           33,022           +9,041
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................           10,300           17,629           +7,329
AIR NATIONAL GUARD:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................           10,061           16,061           +6,000
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................            9,000            9,000  ...............
ARMY RESERVE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................           22,262           22,562             +300
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................            3,600            3,600  ...............
NAVY RESERVE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................            2,371            2,371  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN......................................            1,976            3,776           +1,800
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION.......................................              800              800  ...............

              FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, ARMY

GERMANY:
    BAUMHOLDER:
        FAMILY HOUSING REPLACEMENT (138 UNITS)...............           18,000           18,000  ...............
    WIESBADEN AB:
        FAMILY HOUSING REPLACEMENT, INCR 2...................           10,000           10,000  ...............
        FAMILY HOUSING REPLACEMENT, INCR 2...................           11,000           11,000  ...............
        FAMILY HOUSING REPLACEMENT, INCR 2...................           11,000           11,000  ...............

CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS                                              219,300          219,300  ...............
PLANNING AND DESIGN                                                      3,936            3,936  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION.................................          273,236          273,236  ...............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT........................................           81,650           81,650  ...............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT.........................................           16,325           16,325  ...............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT.......................................           49,744           49,744  ...............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT....................................            1,177            1,177  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT......................................           21,194           21,194  ...............
    LEASING..................................................          205,685          205,685  ...............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY.............................          115,854          115,854  ...............
    PRIVATIZATION SUPPORT COSTS..............................           31,789           31,789  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE....................          523,418          523,418  ...............

      FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS

GUAM:
    GUAM NB:
        REPLACE GUAM NORTH TIPALAO PH III....................           20,730           20,730  ...............
KOREA:
    PUSAN:
        CHINHAE WELCOME CENTER/WAREHOUSE.....................            4,376            4,376  ...............
        CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS............................          118,692          118,692  ...............
        PLANNING AND DESIGN..................................            2,771            2,771  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION.............................          146,569          146,569  ...............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT........................................           53,956           53,956  ...............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT.........................................           16,462           16,462  ...............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT.......................................           60,278           60,278  ...............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT....................................              457              457  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT......................................           14,624           14,624  ...............
    LEASING..................................................          101,432          101,432  ...............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY.............................           94,184           94,184  ...............
    PRIVATIZATION SUPPORT COSTS..............................           27,147           27,147  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE....................          368,540          368,540  ...............

            FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE

CONSTRUCTION IMPROVEMENTS....................................           61,787           61,787  ...............
PLANNING AND DESIGN..........................................            4,314            4,314  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION.................................           66,101           66,101  ...............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT........................................           81,686           81,686  ...............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT.......................................           51,334           51,334  ...............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT.........................................           21,740           21,740  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT......................................           39,182           39,182  ...............
    MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNT....................................            1,543            1,543  ...............
    LEASING..................................................          103,406          103,406  ...............
    MAINTENANCE..............................................          150,229          150,229  ...............
    PRIVATIZATION SUPPORT COSTS..............................           53,816           53,816  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE....................          502,936          502,936  ...............

                 FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE

PENNSYLVANIA:
    DEFENSE DISTRIBUTION DEPOT NEW CUMBERLAND:
        REPLACE FAMILY HOUSING (6 UNITS).....................            2,859            2,859  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
          SUBTOTAL, CONSTRUCTION.............................            2,859            2,859  ...............

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE:
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT [NSA]..................................                7                7  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT [NSA]................................               28               28  ...............
    LEASING [NSA]............................................           10,108           10,108  ...............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY [NSA].......................               69               69  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT [DIA]................................            4,426            4,426  ...............
    LEASING [DIA]............................................           33,579           33,579  ...............
    UTILITIES ACCOUNT [DLA]..................................              274              274  ...............
    FURNISHINGS ACCOUNT [DLA]................................               19               19  ...............
    SERVICES ACCOUNT [DLA]...................................               29               29  ...............
    MANAGEMENT ACCOUNT [DLA].................................              309              309  ...............
    MAINTENANCE OF REAL PROPERTY [DLA].......................              366              366  ...............
                                                              --------------------------------------------------
      SUBTOTAL, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE....................           49,214           49,214  ...............

DOD FAMILY HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND..........................            2,600            2,600  ...............
HOMEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM................................           23,225          373,225         +350,000

                 BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE

BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, 1990...................          396,768          421,768          +25,000
BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE ACCOUNT, 2005...................        7,479,498        7,479,498  ...............

                            RECAP

ARMY.........................................................        3,660,779        3,477,673         -183,106
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
NAVY AND MARINE CORPS........................................        3,763,264        3,548,771         -214,493
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
AIR FORCE....................................................        1,145,434        1,213,539          +68,105
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
DEFENSE-WIDE.................................................        3,097,526        3,069,114          -28,412
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
ARMY NATIONAL GUARD..........................................          426,491          497,210          +70,719
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
AIR NATIONAL GUARD...........................................          128,261          297,661         +169,400
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
ARMY RESERVE.................................................          374,862          379,012           +4,150
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
NAVY RESERVE.................................................           64,124           64,124  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
AIR FORCE RESERVE............................................           27,476           47,376          +19,900
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
NATO.........................................................          276,314          276,314  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE-WIDE.........          146,541          151,541           +5,000
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
DOD FAMILY HOUSING IMPROVEMENT FUND..........................            2,600            2,600  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
HOMEOWNERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM................................           23,225          373,225         +350,000
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FAMILY HOUSING, ARMY.........................................          796,654          796,654  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND MARINE CORP.........................          515,109          515,109  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FAMILY HOUSING, AIR FORCE....................................          569,037          569,037  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
FAMILY HOUSING, DEFENSE-WIDE.................................           52,073           52,073  ...............
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
BRAC.........................................................        7,876,266        7,901,266          +25,000
    RESCISSION...............................................  ...............  ...............  ...............
                                                              ==================================================
      GRAND TOTAL............................................       22,946,036       23,232,299         +286,263
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                                         OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                     Committee       Committee
                                                                  Budget request  recommendation  versus request
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                           AFGHANISTAN

ARMY:
    AIRBORNE:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,200           2,200  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,600           5,600  ..............
    ALTIMUR:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,150           2,150  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,600           5,600  ..............
    ASADABAD:
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,500           5,500  ..............
    BAGRAM AB:
        ACCESS ROADS............................................          21,000          21,000  ..............
        ARMY PRE-POSITION STOCK COMPOUND........................  ..............          38,000         +38,000
        BARRACKS................................................  ..............          18,500         +18,500
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY............................           4,500           4,500  ..............
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY............................  ..............  ..............  ..............
        DRAINAGE SYSTEM, PHASE 2................................          21,000          21,000  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM PHASE 6.....................................  ..............          12,000         +12,000
        FUEL SYSTEM PHASE 7.....................................  ..............           5,000          +5,000
        MEDLOG WAREHOUSE........................................           3,350           3,350  ..............
        PERIMETER FENCE AND GUARD TOWERS........................  ..............           7,000          +7,000
        TROOP HOUSING, PHASE 3..................................          22,000  ..............         -22,000
    BLESSING:
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,600           5,600  ..............
    BOSTICK:
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,500           5,500  ..............
    DWYER:
        CONTINGENCY HOUSING, PHASE 1............................           8,600  ..............          -8,600
        CONTINGENCY HOUSING, PHASE 2............................           6,900  ..............          -6,900
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,200           2,200  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 1....................................           5,800           5,800  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           6,900           6,900  ..............
    FRONTENAC:
        CONTINGENCY HOUSING.....................................           3,800  ..............          -3,800
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,200           2,200  ..............
    GARDEZ:
        CONTINGENCY HOUSING.....................................           8,400  ..............          -8,400
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,200           2,200  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 1....................................           6,000           6,000  ..............
        TACTICAL RUNWAY.........................................          28,000          28,000  ..............
    GHAZNI:
        WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX................................           5,500           5,500  ..............
    JALALABAD:
        AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT.................................          35,000          35,000  ..............
        CONTINGENCY HOUSING.....................................           6,900  ..............          -6,900
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           4,350           4,350  ..............
        PERIMETER FENCING.......................................           2,050           2,050  ..............
    JOYCE:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,100           2,100  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,600           5,600  ..............
    KABUL:
        CAMP PHOENIX WEST EXPANSION.............................          39,000          39,000  ..............
        USFOR-A HEADQUARTERS AND HOUSING........................          98,000          98,000  ..............
    KANDAHAR:
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY............................           4,500           4,500  ..............
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY............................           4,500           4,500  ..............
        COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY............................           4,500           4,500  ..............
        SOUTH PARK ROADS........................................          11,000          11,000  ..............
        TANKER TRUCK OFFLOAD FACILITY...........................          23,000          23,000  ..............
        THEATER VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY....................          55,000          55,000  ..............
        TROOP HOUSING, PHASE 2..................................           4,250  ..............          -4,250
        WAREHOUSE...............................................          20,000          20,000  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX................................          10,000          10,000  ..............
    MAYWAND:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           6,600           6,600  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           5,600           5,600  ..............
    METHAR-LAM:
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           4,150           4,150  ..............
    SALERNO:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           4,300           4,300  ..............
        ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID............................           2,600           2,600  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 1....................................          12,800          12,800  ..............
        RUNWAY UPGRADE..........................................          25,000          25,000  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX................................           5,500           5,500  ..............
    SHANK:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           4,350           4,350  ..............
        ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID............................           4,600           4,600  ..............
        TROOP HOUSING, PHASE 2..................................           8,600  ..............          -8,600
        WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX................................           8,100           8,100  ..............
        WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM...............................           2,650           2,650  ..............
    SHARANA:
        AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FACILITIES.........................          12,200          12,200  ..............
        AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT.................................          14,000          14,000  ..............
        ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID............................           2,600           2,600  ..............
        ROTARY WING PARKING.....................................          32,000          32,000  ..............
    TARIN KOWT:
        AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT.................................          35,000          35,000  ..............
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           4,350           4,350  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 2....................................          11,800          11,800  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...................................           6,800           6,800  ..............
    TOMBSTONE/BASTION:
        BASIC LOAD AMMUNITION HOLDING AREA......................           7,500           7,500  ..............
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           8,900           8,900  ..............
        ENTRY CONTROL POINT AND ACCESS ROADS....................          14,200          14,200  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 2....................................          14,200          14,200  ..............
        LEVEL 3 MEDICAL FACILITY................................          16,500          16,500  ..............
        ROADS...................................................           4,300           4,300  ..............
        TROOP HOUSING, PHASE 3..................................           3,250  ..............          -3,250
        TROOP HOUSING, PHASE 4..................................           3,800  ..............          -3,800
        WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM....................           6,200           6,200  ..............
    WOLVERINE:
        DINING FACILITY.........................................           2,200           2,200  ..............
        FUEL SYSTEM, PHASE 1....................................           5,800           5,800  ..............
        WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX................................           6,900           6,900  ..............
AIR FORCE:
    BAGRAM AIR BASE:
        AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACILITIES............           8,900           8,900  ..............
        CARGO TERMINAL..........................................          13,800          13,800  ..............
        EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER...........................           6,400           6,400  ..............
    DWYER:
        CARGO HANDLING AREA.....................................           4,900           4,900  ..............
    KANDAHAR:
        AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACILITIES............          10,500          10,500  ..............
        CARGO HELICOPTER APRON..................................          32,000          32,000  ..............
        CAS APRON EXPANSION.....................................          25,000          25,000  ..............
        EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER...........................           6,400           6,400  ..............
        ISR APRON EXPANSION.....................................          40,000          40,000  ..............
        REFUELER APRON/RELOCATE HCP.............................          66,000          66,000  ..............
        RELOCATE NORTH AIRFIELD ROAD............................          16,000          16,000  ..............
        SECURE RSOI FACILITY....................................           9,700           9,700  ..............
        TACTICAL AIRLIFT APRON..................................          29,000          29,000  ..............
    SHANK:
        CARGO HANDLING AREA.....................................           4,900           4,900  ..............
    TARIN KOWT:
        CARGO HANDLING AREA.....................................           4,900           4,900  ..............
    TOMBSTONE/BASTION:
        AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACILITIES............           8,900           8,900  ..............
        CARGO HANDLING AREA.....................................          18,000          18,000  ..............
        CAS APRON EXPANSION.....................................          40,000          40,000  ..............
        EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER...........................           6,300           6,300  ..............
        ISR APRON...............................................          41,000          41,000  ..............
        SECURE RSOI FACILITY....................................          10,000          10,000  ..............
        STRATEGIC AIRLIFT APRON EXPANSION.......................          32,000          32,000  ..............
    WOLVERINE:
        CARGO HANDLING AREA.....................................           4,900           4,900  ..............

                      WORLDWIDE CLASSIFIED

DEFENSE-WIDE:
    CLASSIFIED PROJECT..........................................           6,000  ..............          -6,000

                      WORLDWIDE UNSPECIFIED

ARMY:
    MINOR CONSTRUCTION..........................................          20,000          20,000  ..............
    PLANNING AND DESIGN.........................................          76,284          72,884          -3,400
AIR FORCE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN.........................................          35,000          35,000  ..............
DEFENSE-WIDE:
    PLANNING AND DESIGN (NSA)...................................             600  ..............            -600
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      GRAND TOTAL...............................................       1,404,984       1,398,984          -6,000
          MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, ARMY...........................         923,884         924,484            +600
          MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE......................         474,500         474,500  ..............
          MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, DEFENSE-WIDE...................           6,600  ..............          -6,600
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         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 ``congressionally 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 Member'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.

                                                                             PRESIDENTIALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS
                                                                                    [In thousands of dollars]
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              Account                                                          Project                                               Funding                        Requestor
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                                                                 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE MILITARY AND FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION

Army Guard.........................  Alabama: FORT MCCLELLAN--URBAN ASSAULT COURSE.............................................           3,000  The President, Senator Sessions
Air Force..........................  Alaska: CLEAR AFS--POWER PLANT FACILITY...................................................          24,300  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Air Force..........................  Alaska: ELMENDORF AFB--RED FLAG ALASKA ADD/ALTER OPERATIONS CENTER........................           3,100  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Air Force..........................  Alaska: ELMENDORF AFB--F-22 WEAPONS LOAD TRAINING FACILITY................................          12,600  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT RICHARDSON--AIRBORNE SUSTAINMENT TRAINING COMPLEX............................           6,100  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT RICHARDSON--TRAINING AIDS CENTER.............................................           2,050  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT RICHARDSON--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX....................................          43,000  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT WAINWRIGHT--AVIATION TASK FORCE COMPLEX, PH I................................         125,000  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT WAINWRIGHT--AVIATION UNIT OPERATIONS COMPLEX.................................          19,000  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT WAINWRIGHT--RAILHEAD COMPLEX.................................................          26,000  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Alaska: FORT WAINWRIGHT--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX....................................          28,000  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Alaska: FORT RICHARDSON--HEALTH CLINIC....................................................           3,518  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Alaska: ELMENDORF AFB--AEROMEDICAL SERVICES/MENTAL HEALTH CLINIC..........................          25,017  The President, Senator Murkowksi
Army...............................  Arizona: FORT HUACHUCA--UAV ER/MPER/MP....................................................          15,000  The President
Army...............................  Arizona: FORT HUACHUCA--BATTALION HEADQUARTERS UAV........................................           6,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Arizona: DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB--DORMITORY (144 RM)............................................          20,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Arizona: DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB--CSAR HC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY...............................           8,400  The President
Air Force..........................  Arizona: DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB--CSAR HC-130J RQS OPERATIONS FACILITY..........................           8,700  The President
Air Force..........................  Arizona: DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB--CSAR HC-130J INFRASTRUCTURE...................................           4,800  The President
Navy...............................  Arizona: YUMA--AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR, PH I..........................................          27,050  The President
Navy...............................  Arizona: YUMA--AIRFIELD ELEC. DIST. AND CONTOL............................................           1,720  The President
Army Guard.........................  Arizona: CAMP NAVAJO--COMBAT PISTOL QUALIFICATION COURSE..................................           3,000  The President
Air Guard..........................  Arizona: DAVIS MONTHAN AFB--TFI--PREDATOR BEDDOWN--FOC....................................           5,600  The President
Navy Reserve.......................  Arizona: PHOENIX--RESERVE CENTER MOVE TO LUKE AFB, NOSC...................................          10,986  The President
Army...............................  Arkansas: PINE BLUFF ARSENAL--FUSE & DETONATOR MAGAZINE, DEPOT LEVEL......................          25,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Arkansas: LITTLE ROCK AFB--C-130 FLIGHT SIMULATOR ADDITION................................           5,800  The President
Army...............................  California: FORT IRWIN--MOUT ASSAULT COURSE, PH IV........................................           9,500  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: BRIDGEPORT--FIRE STATION--RENOVATION--MWTC....................................           4,460  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--ANGLICO OPERATIONS COMPLEX....................................          25,190  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--RECON BN OPERATIONS COMPLEX...................................          77,660  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--COMM/ELEC MAINTENANCE FACILITY................................          13,170  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--EXPANSION OF SRTTP TO 7.5 MGD.................................          55,180  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--NORTH REGION TERTIARY TREATMENT PLANT, PH I...................         142,330  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--GAS/ELECTRICAL UPGRADES.......................................          51,040  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--RECRUIT BARRACKS--SCHOOL OF INFANTRY..........................          53,320  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--ENLISTED DINING FACILITY......................................          32,300  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--RECRUIT BARRACKS--FIELD/K-SPAN................................          23,200  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--COMMUNICATIONS UPGRADES.......................................          79,492  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM................................          76,950  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--OPERATIONS ACCESS POINTS......................................          12,740  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--ENLISTED DINING FACILITY--EDSON RANGE.........................          37,670  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS....................................          39,610  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--RECRUIT MARKSMANSHIP TRAINING FACILITY........................          13,730  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--EXPAND COMBAT AIRCRAFT LOADING APRON..........................          12,240  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--AVIATION TRANSMITTER/RECEIVER SITE............................          13,560  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--WFTBN SUPPORT FACILITIES......................................          15,780  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE--EDWARDS RAMP EXTENSION................................           3,007  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: MIRAMAR--AIRCRAFT PARKING APRON MODIFICATION..................................           9,280  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: POINT LOMA ANNEX--PUBLIC WORKS SHOPS CONSOLIDATION............................           8,730  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: SAN DIEGO--MESSHALL EXPANSION.................................................          23,590  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--STATION COMM FACILITY AND INFRASTRUCTURE....................          49,040  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--SUB-STATION AND ELECTRICAL UPGRADES.........................          31,310  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--ELEC. INFRA. UPGRADE--34.5KV TO 115KV.......................          46,220  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--ELEC. POWER PLANT/CO-GEN/GAS TURBINE-N......................          53,260  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--WATER IMPROVEMENTS AND STORAGE TANK.........................          30,610  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--SEWAGE SYSTEM IMP. AND LIFT STATION.........................           5,800  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--HTHW/CHILLED WATER SYSTEM...................................          25,790  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--NATURAL GAS SYSTEM EXTENSION................................          19,990  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER PRETREATMENT SYSTEM..................           3,330  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--LAYDOWN SITE WORK--NORTH MAINSIDE...........................          21,740  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--SECONDARY ELEC.DIST.--NORTH MAINSIDE........................          31,720  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--CONSTRUCT ROADS--NORTH MAINSIDE.............................          29,360  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--MAINT. SHOP--WHEELED........................................          16,040  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--MAINT. SUNSHADES--WHEELED...................................          12,580  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--COMM/ELECT MAINT/STORAGE....................................          12,660  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--DINING FACILITY--NORTH MAINSIDE.............................          17,200  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS..................................          37,290  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--MAINT. SHOP--TRACKED........................................          19,780  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS..................................          37,290  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy...............................  California: TWENTYNINE PALMS--CONSOLIDATED ARMORY--TANKS..................................          12,670  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Air Force..........................  California: TRAVIS AFB--CONSTRUCT KC-10 CARGO LOAD TRAINING FACILITY......................           6,900  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Air Force..........................  California: VANDENBERG AFB--CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER......................................          13,000  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Air Guard..........................  California: SOUTH CALIFORNIA LOGISTICS AIRPORT--TFI-PREDATOR BEDDOWN-FTU/LRE SITE.........           8,400  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Def-Wide--DLA......................  California: EL CENTRO--AIRCRAFT DIRECT FUELING STATION....................................          11,000  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Def-Wide--DLA......................  California: POINT LOMA ANNEX--REPLACE FUEL STORAGE FAC, INCR 2............................          92,300  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Def-Wide--DLA......................  California: TRAVIS AFB--REPLACE FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM..................................          15,357  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  California: CORONA--SOF CLOSE QUARTERS COMBAT TRAINING FACILITY...........................          15,722  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Army Guard.........................  California: LOS ALAMITOS--READINESS CENTER PH1............................................          31,000  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Army Reserve.......................  California: CAMP PENDLETON--ARMY RESERVE CENTER...........................................          19,500  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Army Reserve.......................  California: LOS ANGELES--ARMY RESERVE CENTER..............................................          29,000  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Navy Reserve.......................  California: ALAMEDA--RESERVE TRAINING CENTER..............................................           5,960  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--TRAINING AIDS CENTER...............................................          18,500  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--BRIGADE COMPLEX....................................................          69,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--RAILROAD TRACKS....................................................          14,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--SCOUT RECCE/GUNNERY COMPLEX........................................          16,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX......................................          56,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--AUTOMATED QUALIFICATION TRAINING RANGE.............................          11,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE...........................           7,400  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--CONVOY LIVE FIRE RANGE.............................................           6,500  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--COMMISSARY.........................................................          35,000  The President
Army...............................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--BARRACKS & DINING, INCR II.........................................          60,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Colorado: PETERSON AFB--C-130 SQUAD OPS/AMU (TFI).........................................           5,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Colorado: PETERSON AFB--NATIONAL SECURITY SPACE INSTITUTE.................................          19,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Colorado: U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY--ADD TO CADET FITNESS CENTER.............................          17,500  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--SOF BATTALION OPS COMPLEX..........................................          45,200  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY..................................           3,046  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Colorado: FORT CARSON--HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC...........................................          31,900  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Colorado: COLORADO SPRINGS--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND......................................          13,000  The President
Air Force Reserve..................  Colorado: SCHRIEVER AFB--WING HEADQUARTERS................................................          10,200  The President
Chem Demil Const...................  Colorado: PUEBLO DEPOT--AMMUNITION DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY, PH XI.......................          92,500  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Connecticut: BRIDGEPORT--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.........................................          18,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Delaware: DOVER AFB--C-5 CARGO AIRCRAFT MAINT TRAINING FACILITY, PH 1.....................           5,300  The President
Air Force..........................  Delaware: DOVER AFB--CONSOL COMM FAC......................................................          12,100  The President, Senators Carper and Kaufman
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--OPERATIONS COMPLEX, PH III............................................          80,000  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--INDOOR FIRING RANGE...................................................           8,900  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--LIVE FIRE EXERCISE SHOOTHOUSE.........................................           8,000  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--LIVE FIRE EXERCISE BREACH FACILITY....................................           4,950  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--NON-STANDARD SMALL ARMS RANGE.........................................           3,400  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--GRENADE LAUNCHER RANGE................................................           1,600  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--HAND GRENADE QUALIFICATION COURSE.....................................           1,400  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--URBAN ASSAULT COURSE..................................................           2,700  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--ANTI-ARMOR, TRACKING AND LIVE FIRE RANGE..............................           3,400  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--AUTOMATED QUALIFICATION/TRAINING RANGE................................          12,000  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--LIGHT DEMOLITION RANGE................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--BASIC 10M--25M FIRING RANGE (ZERO)....................................           3,050  The President
Army...............................  Florida: MIAMI DORAL--SOUTHCOM HEADQUARTERS, INCR III.....................................          55,400  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: MAYPORT--WHARF CHARLIE REPAIR....................................................          29,682  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: JACKSONVILLE--P-8/MMA FACILITIES MODIFICATION....................................           5,917  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: PENSACOLA--CORRY A SCHOOL BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS R...........................          22,950  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: PENSACOLA--SIMULATOR ADDITION FOR UMFO PROGRAM...................................           3,211  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: MAYPORT--CHANNEL DREDGING........................................................          46,303  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: WHITING FIELD--T-6B JPATS TRNG. OPS PARALOFT FACIILITY...........................           4,120  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 HYDRANT REFUELING SYS, PH I......................................           6,208  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 PARALLEL TAXIWAY LADDER..........................................             931  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 A/C PARKING APRON................................................          11,252  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS, EOD SCHOOL, PH............................          26,287  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 JP8 WEST SIDE BULK TANK UPDGRADES................................             621  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 POL OPERATIONS FACILITY (EGLIN)..................................           2,056  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 JP8 FLIGHTLINE FILLSTANDS (EGLIN)................................           3,492  The President
Navy...............................  Florida: BLOUNT ISLAND--PORT OPERATIONS FACILITY..........................................           3,760  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: HURLBURT FIELD--REFUELING VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY...........................           2,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: HURLBURT FIELD--ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SUBSTATION...............................           8,300  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 DUKE CONTROL TOWER...............................................           3,420  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--CONSTRUCT DORMITORY (96 RM)...........................................          11,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 POL OPS FACILITY.................................................           3,180  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 HYDRANT REFUELING SYSTEM, PH 1...................................           8,100  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 PARELLEL TAXIWAY LADDER..........................................           1,440  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 JPS FLIGHTLINE FILLSTANDS........................................           5,400  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 JP-8 WEST SIDE BULK FUEL TANK UPGRADES...........................             960  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 LIVE ORDINANCE LOAD FACILITY.....................................           9,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--F-35 A/C PARKING APRON................................................          16,400  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: MACDILL AFB--DORMITORY (120 ROOM)................................................          16,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: MACDILL AFB--CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER............................................           7,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: MACDILL AFB--CENTCOM COMMANDANT FACILITY.........................................          15,300  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Florida: JACKSONVILLE IAP--REPLACE JET FUEL STORAGE COMPLEX...............................          11,500  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Florida: EGLIN AFB--SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY.....................................           3,046  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Florida: HURLBURT FIELD--SOF SIMULATOR FACILITY FOR MC-130 (RECAP)........................           8,156  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Florida: PANAMA CITY--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND............................................           7,300  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Florida: WEST PALM BEACH--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND........................................          26,000  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY.........................          10,800  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--FIRE AND MOVEMENT RANGE............................................           2,800  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--BATTLE LAB.........................................................          30,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--TRAINING AREA TANK TRAILS..........................................           9,700  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX.........................................          38,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--DINING FACILITY....................................................          15,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION (WT) COMPLEX.................................          53,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX, PH I...................................          31,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX, PH I...................................          31,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--TRAINEE BARRACKS COMPLEX, PH I.....................................          74,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT GILLEM--FORENSIC LAB........................................................          10,800  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT STEWART--BRIGADE COMPLEX, INCR I............................................          48,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT STEWART--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX......................................          49,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Georgia: FORT STEWART--BARRACKS & DINING, INCR II.........................................          80,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--WILSON ES CONSTRUCT GYMNASIUM......................................           2,330  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Georgia: FORT STEWART--NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL..............................................          22,501  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--SOF EXPAND BATTALION HEADQUARTERS..................................           3,046  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--BLOOD DONOR CENTER REPLACEMENT.....................................          12,313  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--DENTAL CLINIC......................................................           4,887  The President, Senator Chambliss
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Georgia: FORT STEWART--HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC...........................................          22,200  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army Guard.........................  Georgia: FORT BENNING--READINESS CENTER...................................................          15,500  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army Reserve.......................  Georgia: ATLANTA--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND................................................          14,000  The President, Senator Chambliss
Army...............................  Hawaii: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP......................................          63,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Army...............................  Hawaii: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP......................................          36,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Army...............................  Hawaii: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION BARRACKS................................          55,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Army...............................  Hawaii: SCHOFIELD BARRACKS--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX.................................          30,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Army...............................  Hawaii: WHEELER AFB--REGIONAL SATCOM INFORMATION CENTER...................................           7,500  The President, Senator Inouye
Navy...............................  Hawaii: OAHU--RANGE, 1000--PUULOA.........................................................           5,380  The President, Senator Inouye
Navy...............................  Hawaii: PEARL HARBOR--PACFLT SUB DRIVE-IN MAG SILENCING FAC (INC).........................           8,645  The President, Senator Inouye
Navy...............................  Hawaii: PEARL HARBOR--APCSS CONFERENCE & TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CENTER.......................          12,775  The President, Senator Inouye
Navy...............................  Hawaii: PEARL HARBOR--MISSILE MAGAZINES (5), WEST LOCH....................................          22,407  The President, Senator Inouye
Def-Wide--DISA.....................  Hawaii: FORD ISLAND--PACIFIC OPERATIONS FACILITY UPGRADE..................................           9,633  The President, Senator Inouye
Air Force..........................  Hawaii: WHEELER AFB--CONSTRUCT ASOC COMPLEX...............................................          15,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Air Guard..........................  Hawaii: HICKAM AFB--TFI--F-22 LO/COMPOSITE REPAIR FACILITY................................          26,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Air Guard..........................  Hawaii: HICKAM AFB--TFI-F-22 PARKING APRON AND TAXIWAYS...................................           7,000  The President, Senator Inouye
Air Force..........................  Idaho: MOUNTAIN HOME AFB--LOGISTICS READINESS CENTER......................................          20,000  The President, Senators Crapo and Risch
Army Guard.........................  Idaho: GOWEN FIELD--COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY............................          16,100  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Illinois: CHICAGO--ARMY RESERVE CENTER....................................................          23,000  The President, Senator Durbin
Navy Reserve.......................  Illinois: JOLIET ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT--RESERVE TRAINING CENTER...........................           7,957  The President, Senator Durbin
Army Guard.........................  Indiana: MUSCATATUCK--COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY PH.......................          10,100  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--TRAINING AIDS CENTER..................................................          15,500  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--ADVANCED WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT..................................          28,000  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--IGLOO STORAGE, INSTALLATION...........................................           7,200  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--BRIGADE COMPLEX.......................................................          49,000  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--BATTALION COMPLEX.....................................................          59,000  The President
Army...............................  Kansas: FORT RILEY--LAND VEHICLE FUELING FACILITY.........................................           3,700  The President
Army...............................  Kentucky: FORT KNOX--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................................          70,000  The President, Senator McConnell
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Kentucky: FORT CAMPBELL--SOF BATTALION OPERATIONS COMPLEX.................................          29,289  The President, Senator McConnell
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Kentucky: FORT CAMPBELL--SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY................................           3,046  The President, Senator McConnell
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Kentucky: FORT CAMPBELL--HEALTH CLINIC....................................................           8,600  The President, Senator McConnell
Chem Demil Const...................  Kentucky: BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT--CHEMICAL DEMILITARIZATION PROJECT........................          54,041  The President, Senator McConnell
Army...............................  Louisiana: FORT POLK--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX.......................................          32,000  The President
Army...............................  Louisiana: FORT POLK--LAND PURCHASES ANDCONDEMNATION......................................          17,000  The President
Air Guard..........................  Maine: BANGOR IAP--REPLACE AIRCRAFT MAINT HANGAR/SHOPS....................................          28,000  The President, Senators Collins and Snowe
Army...............................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS CENTER...................................          18,000  The President, Senator Mikulski
Army...............................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS FACILITY.................................          21,000  The President, Senator Mikulski
Air Force..........................  Maryland: ANDREWS AFB--REPLACE MUNITIONS STORAGE AREA.....................................           9,300  The President, Senators Mikulski and Cardin
Def-Wide--NSA......................  Maryland: FORT MEADE--SOUTH CAMPUS UTILITY PLANT, PH 2....................................         175,900  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--NSA......................  Maryland: FORT MEADE--NSAW CAMPUS CHILLED WATER BACKUP....................................          19,100  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--NSA......................  Maryland: FORT MEADE--MISSION SUPPORT--PSAT...............................................           8,800  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--BOUNDARY GATE AT NALIN POND.......................................          10,750  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--EMERGENCY SERVICE CENTER..........................................          16,125  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--USAMRIID STAGE I, INCR IV.........................................         108,000  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Maryland: ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND--USAMRICD REPLACEMENT, INCR II..........................         111,400  The President, Senator Mikulski
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Maryland: FORT DETRICK--NIBC TRUCK INSPECTION STATION & ROAD..............................           2,932  The President, Senator Mikulski
Air Guard..........................  Maryland: ANDREWS AFB--RPL MUNITIONS MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE COMPLEX......................          14,000  The President, Senator Mikulski
Army Guard.........................  Massachusetts: HANSCOM AFB--ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER (JFHQ)............................          29,000  The President, Senators Kennedy and Kerry
Army Guard.........................  Minnesota: CAMP RIPLEY--URBAN ASSAULT COURSE..............................................           1,710  The President
Army Guard.........................  Minnesota: ARDEN HILLS--READINESS CENTER, PH 2............................................           6,700  The President, Senator Klobuchar
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Minnesota: DULUTH IAP--JET FUEL STOARGE COMPLEX...........................................          15,000  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Minnesota: FORT SNELLING (MINNEAPOLIS)--ARMY RESERVE CENTER...............................          12,000  The President
Army Guard.........................  Mississippi: CAMP SHELBY--ADD/ALT COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY..............          16,100  The President
Air Force Reserve..................  Mississippi: KEESLER AFB--AERIAL PORT SQUADRON FACILITY...................................           9,800  The President
Army...............................  Missouri: FORT LEONARD WOOD--AUTOMATED-AIDED INSTRUCTION FACILITY.........................          27,000  The President
Army...............................  Missouri: FORT LEONARD WOOD--WHEELED VEHICLE DRIVERS COURSE...............................          17,500  The President
Army...............................  Missouri: FORT LEONARD WOOD--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX................................          19,500  The President
Army...............................  Missouri: FORT LEONARD WOOD--TRANSIENT ADVANCED TRAINEE BARRACKS, PH I....................          99,000  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Missouri: FORT LEONARD WOOD--DENTAL CLINIC ADDITION.......................................           5,570  The President
Army Guard.........................  Missouri: BOONVILLE--READINESS CENTER ADD/ALT.............................................           1,800  The President
Army Guard.........................  Nebraska: LINCOLN--ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER (JFHQ).....................................          23,000  The President
Air Guard..........................  Nebraska: LINCOLN MAP--JOINT FORCES OPERATIONS CENTER--ANG SHARE..........................           1,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Nevada: CREECH AFB--UAS AT/FP SECURITY UPDATES............................................           2,700  The President
Army Guard.........................  Nevada: NORTH LAS VEGAS--READINESS CENTER.................................................          26,000  The President
Air Force..........................  New Mexico: HOLLOMAN AFB--F-22A CONSOLIDATED MUNITIONS MAINT (TFI)........................           5,500  The President, Senators Bingaman and Tom Udall
Air Force..........................  New Mexico: CANNON AFB--WB--CONSOLIDATED COMMUNICATION FAC................................          15,000  The President
Air Force..........................  New Mexico: KIRTLAND AFB--MC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY......................................           8,000  The President
Air Force..........................  New Mexico: KIRTLAND AFB--HC-130J SIMULATOR FACILITY......................................           8,700  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  New Mexico: CANNON AFB--SOF FUEL CELL HANGAR (MC-130).....................................          41,269  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  New Mexico: CANNON AFB--SOF AMU ADDITION (CV-22)..........................................          11,595  The President
Army Guard.........................  New Mexico: SANTA FE--ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY......................................          39,000  The President
Army...............................  New York: FORT DRUM--WATER SYSTEM EXPANSION...............................................           6,500  The President, Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Army...............................  New York: FORT DRUM--BARRACKS.............................................................          57,000  The President, Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Army...............................  New York: FORT DRUM--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................................          21,000  The President, Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Army Reserve.......................  New York: ROCHESTER--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................................          13,600  The President, Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP......................................          19,500  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SIMULATIONS CENTER............................................          50,000  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP......................................          17,500  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: SUNNY POINT MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL--TOWERS...............................           3,900  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: SUNNY POINT MILITARY OCEAN TERMINAL--LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM..........          25,000  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--COMPANY OPERATIONS FACILITY...................................           3,300  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--TRANSIENT TRAINING BARRACKS COMPLEX...........................          16,500  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN............................           4,350  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--4TH INFANTRY BATTALION OPS COMPLEX..........................          55,150  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS--WALLACE CREEK...................          34,160  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS--WALLACE CREEK...................          43,480  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS--WALLACE CREEK...................          44,390  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS--WALLACE CREEK...................          44,390  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS--WALLACE CREEK...................          42,110  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--CONSOLIDATED INFO TECH/TELECOM COMPLEX......................          46,120  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--FIELD TRAINING FAC--DEVIL DOG--SOI..........................          37,170  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--MAINTENANCE/OPS COMPLEX.....................................          52,390  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--MP WORKING DOG KENNEL--RELOCATION...........................           8,370  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--NEW BASE ENTRY POINT AND ROAD, PH I.........................          79,150  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTER.....................................          39,760  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--PRE-TRIAL DETAINEE FACILITY.................................          18,580  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--ROAD NETWORK--WALLACE CREEK.................................          15,130  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--SOI-EAST FACILITIES--CAMP GEIGER............................          56,940  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--UTILITY EXPANSION--COURTHOUSE BAY...........................          56,280  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION--EMS/FIRE VEHICLE FACILITY..........          10,600  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: CHERRY POINT MARINE CORPS AIR STATION--ORDNANCE MAGAZINES.................          12,360  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: NEW RIVER--APRON EXPANSION, PH II.........................................          35,600  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: NEW RIVER--GYMNASIUM/OUTDOOR POOL.........................................          19,920  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: NEW RIVER--PARALLEL TAXIWAY...............................................          17,870  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: NEW RIVER--TACTICAL SUPPORT VAN PAD ADDITION..............................           5,490  The President
Navy...............................  North Carolina: NEW RIVER--VMMT-204 MAINTENANCE HANGAR, PH III............................          28,210  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--ALBRITTON JHS ADDITION........................................           3,439  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SPECIAL OPS PREP & CONDITIONING COURSE........................          24,600  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF BATTALION & COMPANY HQ....................................          15,500  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF OPERATIONS SUPPORT ADDITION...............................          13,756  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY.............................           1,125  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF BATTALION HEADQUARTERS FACILITY...........................          13,000  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF OPERATIONS ADDITION NORTH.................................          27,513  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF TUAV HANGAR...............................................           2,948  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--SOF MILITARY WORKING DOG FACILITY.............................           3,046  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  North Carolina: CAMP LEJEUNE--SOF ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION FACILITY EXPANSION.................          11,791  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--CONSOLIDATED HEALTH CLINIC....................................          26,386  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  North Carolina: FORT BRAGG--HEALTH CLINIC.................................................          31,272  The President
Air Force..........................  North Dakota: MINOT AFB--MUNITIONS TRAILER STORAGE FACILITY...............................           1,500  The President
Air Force..........................  North Dakota: MINOT AFB--MISSILE PROCEDURES TRNG OPERATIONS...............................          10,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Ohio: WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB--INFO TECH COMPLEX, PH 1.......................................          27,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Ohio: WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB--CONVERSION FOR ADVANCED POWER RESEARCH LAB....................          21,000  The President
Air Guard..........................  Ohio: MANSFIELD LAHM AIRPORT--TFI--RED HORSE SQUADRON BEDDOWN.............................          11,400  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Ohio: CINCINNATI--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND................................................          13,000  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: FORT SILL--AUTOMATED INFANTRY SQUAD BATTLE COURSE...............................           3,500  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: FORT SILL--BARRACKS.............................................................          65,000  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: FORT SILL--WARRIOR IN TRANSITION COMPLEX........................................          22,000  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: MCALESTER--HIGH EXPLOSIVE MAGAZINE, DEPOT LEVEL.................................           1,300  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: MCALESTER--GENERAL PURPOSE STORAGE BUILDING.....................................          11,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Oklahoma: ALTUS AFB--REPAIR TAXIWAYS......................................................          20,300  The President
Air Force..........................  Oklahoma: TINKER AFB--BUILDING 3001 HANGER DOOR...........................................          13,037  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Oklahoma: ALTUS AFB--REPLACE UPLOAD FACILITY..............................................           2,700  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Oklahoma: FORT SILL--DENTAL CLINIC........................................................          10,554  The President
Air Guard..........................  Oklahoma: WILL ROGERS WORLD AIRPORT--TFI--AIR SUPT OPERS SQDN (ASOS) BEDDN................           7,300  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Pennsylvania: ASHLEY--ARMY RESERVE CENTER.................................................           9,800  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Pennsylvania: HARRISBURG--ARMY RESERVE CENTER.............................................           7,600  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Pennsylvania: NEWTON SQUARE--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.....................................          20,000  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Pennsylvania: UNIONTOWN--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.........................................          11,800  The President
Navy...............................  Rhode Island: NEWPORT--OFFICER TRAINING COMMAND QUARTERS..................................          45,803  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPON STATION--STAGING AREA.............................           4,100  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPON STATION--RAILROAD TRACKS..........................          12,000  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: CHARLESTON NAVAL WEAPON STATION--PIER AND LOADING/UNLOADING RAMPS.........           5,700  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: FORT JACKSON--ADVANCED SKILLS TRAINEE BARRACKS............................          32,000  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: FORT JACKSON--MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE..................................           3,600  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: FORT JACKSON--TRAINING BATTALION COMPLEX..................................          66,000  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: FORT JACKSON--INFILTRATION COURSE.........................................           1,900  The President
Navy...............................  South Carolina: BEAUFORT--WIDEBODY AIRCRAFT FUEL LANE.....................................           1,280  The President
Navy...............................  South Carolina: PARRIS ISLAND--ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION AND IMPROVEMENTS.....................           6,972  The President
Army Guard.........................  South Carolina: EASTOVER--ADD/ALT ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY..........................          26,000  The President
Army Guard.........................  South Carolina: GREENVILLE--ARMY AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY................................          40,000  The President
Navy Reserve.......................  South Carolina: CHARLESTON--RESERVE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY..........................           4,240  The President
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--AIRCRAFT FUEL STORAGE..................................................          10,800  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--AUTOMATED INFANTRY PLATOON BATTLE COURSE...............................           7,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE...............................           6,900  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--AUTOMATED SNIPER FIELD FIRE RANGE......................................           4,250  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--BRIGADE STAGING AREA COMPLEX...........................................          14,800  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--DIGITAL MULTIPURPOSE RANGE COMPLEX.....................................          45,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--FIRE AND MILITARY POLICE STATIONS......................................          16,500  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--KNOWN DISTANCE RANGE...................................................           4,750  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--LIGHT DEMOLITION RANGE.................................................           2,400  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--SCOUT/RECCE GUNNERY COMPLEX............................................          17,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--SIMULATION CENTER......................................................          23,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AND COMPANY OPS FAC................................          31,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP...............................................          16,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT BLISS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP...............................................          20,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT HOOD--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP................................................          23,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT HOOD--URBAN ASSAULT COURSE....................................................           2,400  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT HOOD--AUTOMATED MULTIPURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE................................           6,700  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT SAM HOUSTON--ACCESS CONTROL POINT AND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS.......................          10,800  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Texas: FORT SAM HOUSTON--GENERAL INSTRUCTION BUILDING.....................................           9,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Navy...............................  Texas: CORPUS CHRISTI--OPERATIONAL FACILITIES FOR T-6.....................................          19,764  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: DYESS AFB--C-130J ALTER HANGAR.....................................................           4,500  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: GOODFELLOW AFB--JOINT INTEL TECH TRNG FAC, PH 1 (TFI)..............................          18,400  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: GOODFELLOW AFB--STUDENT DORMITORY (100 RM).........................................          14,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--EVASION, CONDUCT AFTER CAPTURE TRNG..................................           4,879  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--RECRUIT DORMITORY 2, PH 2............................................          77,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force..........................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--BMT SATELLITE CLASSROOM/DINING FAC...................................          32,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Texas: FORT HOOD--ALTER FUEL PUMP HOUSE AND FILL STAND....................................           3,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Texas: FORT BLISS--HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC...............................................          24,600  The President, Senator Hutchison
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Texas: FORT BLISS--HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT, PH 1.............................................          62,975  The President, Senator Hutchison
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT............................................          29,318  The President, Senator Hutchison
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--AMBULATORY CARE CENTER, PH 1.........................................          72,610  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Guard.........................  Texas: AUSTIN--ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER................................................          16,500  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Guard.........................  Texas: AUSTIN--FIELD MAINTENANCE SHOP, JOINT..............................................           5,700  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Reserve.......................  Texas: AUSTIN--ARMED FORCES RESERVE CENTER/AMSA...........................................          20,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Reserve.......................  Texas: FORT BLISS--ARMY RESERVE CENTER....................................................           9,500  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Reserve.......................  Texas: HOUSTON--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND..................................................          24,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army Reserve.......................  Texas: SAN ANTONIO--ARMY RESERVE CENTER...................................................          20,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
Navy Reserve.......................  Texas: SAN ANTONIO--RESERVE TRAINING CENTER...............................................           2,210  The President, Senator Hutchison
Air Force Reserve..................  Texas: LACKLAND AFB--C-5 GROUND TRAINING SCHOOLHOUSE ADDITION.............................           1,500  The President, Senator Hutchison
Army...............................  Utah: DUGWAY PROVING GROUND--WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS......................................          25,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Utah: HILL AFB--F-22A RADAR CROSS SECTION TESTING FAC.....................................          21,053  The President
Def-Wide--NSA......................  Utah: CAMP WILLIAMS--IC CNCI DATA CENTER 1................................................         600,000  The President
Air Force Reserve..................  Utah: HILL AFB--RESERVE SQUAD OPS/AMU FACILITY............................................           3,200  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: FORT BELVOIR--FLIGHT CONTROL TOWER..............................................           8,400  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: FORT BELVOIR--ROAD AND ACCESS CONTROL POINT.....................................           9,500  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: FORT A.P. HILL--AUTOMATED INFANTRY PLATOON BATTLE COURSE........................           4,900  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: FORT A.P. HILL--FIELD TRAINING AREA.............................................           9,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: FORT A.P. HILL--TRAINING AIDS CENTER............................................           9,100  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--STUDENT QUARTERS--TBS, PH IV..........................................          32,060  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: PORTSMOUTH--SHIP REPAIR PIER REPLACEMENT........................................         126,969  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--BATTALION TRAINING FACILITY--MSGBN....................................          10,340  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--MC INFORMATION OPERATIONS CENTER--MCIOC...............................          29,620  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: NORFOLK--E-2D TRAINER FACILITY..................................................          11,737  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: NORFOLK--FACILITY UPGRADES FOR E-2D PROGRAM.....................................           6,402  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--AIRCRAFT TRAINER......................................................           3,170  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--DINING FACILITY--TBS..................................................          14,780  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: LITTLE CREEK--NAVAL CONSTRUCTION DIVISION OPERATIONS FAC........................          13,095  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: QUANTICO--SOUTH MAINSIDE ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION..................................          15,270  The President
Air Force..........................  Virginia: LANGLEY AFB--WEST & LASALLE GATES FORCE PROTECTION/ACCESS.......................          10,000  The President
Def-Wide--MDA......................  Virginia: DAHLGREN--AEGIS BMD FACILITY EXPANSION..........................................          24,500  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Virginia: LITTLE CREEK--SOF SUPPORT ACTIVITY OPERATION FACILITY...........................          18,669  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Virginia: DAM NECK--SOF OPERATIONS FACILITY, INCR III.....................................          15,967  The President
Def-Wide--WHS......................  Virginia: PENTAGON--PENTAGON ELECTRICAL UPGRADE...........................................          19,272  The President
Def-Wide--WHS......................  Virginia: PENTAGON--SECONDARY UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER RAVEN ROCK............................           8,400  The President
Army Guard.........................  Virginia: FORT PICKETT--REGIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE, PH II................................          32,000  The President
Navy Reserve.......................  Virginia: OCEANA NAVAL AIR STATION--C-40 HANGAR...........................................          30,400  The President
Army...............................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--LIVE FIRE EXERCISE SHOOTHOUSE.....................................           2,550  The President
Army...............................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--ANIMAL BUILDING...................................................           3,050  The President
Army...............................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--BRIGADE COMPLEX, INCR IV..........................................         102,000  The President
Army...............................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--MODIFIED RECORD FIRE RANGE........................................           4,100  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Washington: FAIRCHILD AFB--REPLACE FUEL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM...............................           7,500  The President
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--SOF SUPPORT COMPANY FACILITY......................................          14,500  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Washington: FORT LEWIS--HEALTH AND DENTAL CLINIC..........................................          15,636  The President
Navy...............................  Washington: BANGOR--LIMITED AREA PRODUCTION/STRG CMPLX, INCR VI...........................          87,292  The President
Navy...............................  Washington: BREMERTON--ENCLAVE FENCING/ PARKING, SILVERDALE WA............................          67,419  The President
Navy...............................  Washington: BREMERTON--CVN MAINTENANCE PIER REPLACEMENT, INCR II..........................          69,064  The President
Navy...............................  Washington: SPOKANE--JNT PERS RECOVERY AGENCY SPECIALIZED SERE TRA........................          12,707  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Wisconsin: FORT MCCOY--COMBINED ARMS COLLECTIVE TRAINING FACILITY.........................          25,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Wyoming: F. E. WARREN AFB--ADAL MISSILE SERVICE COMPLEX...................................           9,100  The President, Senators Enzi and Barrasso
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--COALITION OPERATION CENTER..................................          49,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--APS COMPOUND................................................          38,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--AVIATION SUPPORT FACILITY...................................           2,600  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--PASSENGER TERMINAL..........................................          22,000  The President
Navy...............................  Bahrain Island: SW ASIA--WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT, PH II....................................          41,526  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Belgium: BRUSSELS--REPLACE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (SHAPE)......................................          38,124  The President
Air Force..........................  Columbia: PALANQUERO AB--PALANQUERO AB DEVELOPMENT........................................          46,000  The President
Navy...............................  Djibouti: CAMP LEMONIER--INTERIOR PAVED ROADS PHASE A.....................................           7,275  The President
Navy...............................  Djibouti: CAMP LEMONIER--AMMO SUPPLY POINT................................................          21,689  The President
Navy...............................  Djibouti: CAMP LEMONIER--SECURITY FENCING I...............................................           8,109  The President
Navy...............................  Djibouti: CAMP LEMONIER--FIRE STATION.....................................................           4,772  The President
Air Force..........................  Germany: RAMSTEIN AB--CONSTRUCT AGE MAINT COMPLEX.........................................          11,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Germany: RAMSTEIN AB--CONTINGENCY RESPONSE GROUP COMMAND..................................          23,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Germany: SPANGDAHLEM AB--FITNESS CTR......................................................          23,500  The President
Army...............................  Germany: ANSBACH--BARRACKS................................................................          17,500  The President
Army...............................  Germany: ANSBACH--BARRACKS................................................................          14,200  The President
Army...............................  Germany: KLEBER KASERNE--BARRACKS.........................................................          20,000  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Germany: KAISERLAUTERN AB--KAISERSLAUTERN COMPLEX, PH 1...................................          19,380  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Germany: KAISERLAUTERN AB--KAISERSLAUTERN HS REPLACE SCHOOL...............................          74,165  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  Germany: WEISBADEN--WIESBADEN HS NEW CAFETERIA AND KITCHEN................................           5,379  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Greece: SOUDA BAY--FUEL STORAGE TANKS & PIPELINE RPL......................................          24,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Guam: ANDERSEN AFB--STRIKE FOL ELECTRICAL INFRASTRUCTURE..................................          33,750  The President
Air Force..........................  Guam: ANDERSEN AFB--NW FIELD ATFP PERIMETER FENCE AND ROAD................................           4,752  The President
Air Force..........................  Guam: ANDERSEN AFB--COMMANDO WARRIOR OPERATIONS FAC.......................................           4,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Guam: ANDERSEN AFB--NW FIELD COMBAT SPT VEHICLE MAINT FAC.................................          15,500  The President
Army Guard.........................  Guam: BARRIGADA--READINESS CENTER.........................................................          30,000  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Guam: AGANA NAVAL AIR STATION--REPLACE GAS CYLANDER STORAGE FACILITY......................           4,900  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Guam: GUAM--HOSPITAL REPLACEMENT PH I.....................................................         200,000  The President
Navy...............................  Guam: GUAM--TORPEDO EXERCISE SUPPORT BUILDING.............................................          15,627  The President
Navy...............................  Guam: GUAM--CONSOLIDATED SLC TRAINING & CSS-15 HQ FAC.....................................          45,309  The President
Navy...............................  Guam: GUAM--MILITARY WORKING DOG RELOCATION, APRA HARBOR..................................          10,000  The President
Navy...............................  Guam: GUAM--DEFENSE ACCESS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS..............................................          48,860  The President
Navy...............................  Guam: GUAM--APRA HARBOR WHARVES IMP, PH I.................................................          83,517  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Guantanamo Bay: GUANTANAMO BAY--REPLACE FUEL STORAGE TANKS................................          12,500  The President
Army...............................  Italy: VICENZA--BDE COMPLEX--OPERATIONS SPT FAC, INCR III.................................          23,500  The President
Army...............................  Italy: VICENZA--BDE COMPLEX--BARRACKS/COMMUNITY, INCR III.................................          22,500  The President
Army...............................  Japan: OKINAWA--TRAINING AIDS CENTER......................................................           6,000  The President
Army...............................  Japan: SAGAMIHARA--TRAINING AIDS CENTER...................................................           6,000  The President
Army...............................  Korea: CAMP HUMPHREYS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP...........................................          19,000  The President
Army...............................  Korea: CAMP HUMPHREYS--VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP...........................................          18,000  The President
Army...............................  Korea: CAMP HUMPHREYS--FIRE STATIONS......................................................          13,200  The President
Def-Wide--DIA......................  Korea: K-16 AIRFIELD--CONVERT WAREHOUSES..................................................           5,050  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  Korea: OSAN AB--REPLACE HYDRANT FUEL SYSTEM...............................................          28,000  The President
Army...............................  Kuwait: CAMP ARIFJAN--APS WAREHOUSES......................................................          82,000  The President
Army Reserve.......................  Puerto Rico: CAGUAS--ARMY RESERVE CENTER/LAND.............................................          12,400  The President
Air Force..........................  Qatar: AL UDEID--BLATCHFORD-PRESTON COMPLEX, PH II........................................          60,000  The President
Navy...............................  Spain: ROTA--RECEPTION AIRFIELD FACILITIES................................................          26,278  The President
Air Force..........................  Turkey: INCIRLIK AB--CONSTRUCT CONSOLIDATED COMMUNITY CTR.................................           9,200  The President
Def-Wide--DLA......................  United Kingdom: RAF MILDENHALL--CONNECT FUEL TANK DISTRIBUTION PIPE LN....................           4,700  The President
Def-Wide--DODEA....................  United Kingdom: ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH--LIBERTY IS--GYMNASIUM.........................           4,509  The President
Def-Wide--NSA......................  United Kingdom: MENWITH HILL STATION--MHS PSC CONSTRUCTION................................          37,588  The President
Def-Wide--TMA......................  United Kingdom: ROYAL AIR FORCE ALCONBURY--MEDICAL/DENTAL CLINIC REPLACEMENT..............          14,227  The President
Army Guard.........................  Virgin Islands: ST. CROIX--REGIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE, PH II.............................          20,000  The President

                                                               DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE FAMILY HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS

Army Family Housing Construction...  Germany: Baumholder--Family Housing Replacement Construction..............................          18,000  The President
Army Family Housing Construction...  Germany: Wiesbaden--Family Housing Replacement Construction, Increment 2..................          10,000  The President
Army Family Housing Construction...  Germany: Wiesbaden--Family Housing Replacement Construction, Increment 2..................          11,000  The President
Army Family Housing Construction...  Germany: Wiesbaden--Family Housing Replacement Construction, Increment 2..................          11,000  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  Alaska: Fort Richardson--Family Housing Privatization (1,242 units).......................          46,000  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  Alaska: Fort Wainwright--Family Housing Privatization (176 units).........................          52,000  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  California: Fort Irwin--Family Housing Privatization (90 units)...........................          30,000  The President, Senator Feinstein
Army Construction Improvements.....  Kentucky: Fort Knox--Family Housing Privatization (205 units).............................          26,700  The President, Senator McConnell
Army Construction Improvements.....  North Carolina: Fort Bragg--Family Housing Privatization (11 units).......................           5,400  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  Virginia: Fort Eustis--Family Housing Privatization (8 units).............................           6,500  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  Kentucky: Fort Knox--Family Housing Privatization (129 units).............................          14,000  The President, Senator Mcconnell
Army Construction Improvements.....  Louisiana: Fort Polk--Family Housing Privatization (144 units)............................          18,400  The President
Army Construction Improvements.....  Oklahoma: Fort Sill--Family Housing Privatization (78 units)..............................          20,300  The President
Navy Family Housing Construction...  Guam: Naval Base Guam--Repalcement, 30 Units at North Tipalao, PH III.....................          20,730  The President
Navy Family Housing Construction...  Korea: Commander Fleet Activity Chinhae--Construct FH Welcome Center, Warehouse...........           4,376  The President
Navy Family Construction             Guam: Naval Base Guam--Install Window Shutters, PH III and IV (Lockwood Terrace)..........           1,448  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             Guam: Naval Base Guam--Install Window Shutters 146 Units at New Apra......................           1,439  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             Japan: Naval Air Facility Atsugi--Revitalization of Family Housing Townhomes..............          10,751  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             Spain: Naval Station Rota--Duplex Conversion, PH II.......................................          11,329  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             Washington D.C.: Marine Barracks 8th & I--Whole House Revitalization......................           4,140  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             North Carolina: Camp Lejuene--Camp Lejeune PPV Phase 6 with DODDS addition................          78,857  The President
 Improvements.
Navy Family Construction             Japan: Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni--Whole House Revitalization Midrise 1200..........          10,728  The President
 Improvements.
Air Force Construction Improvements  Japan: Kadena AB--Improve Family Housing (362 units)......................................          61,737  The President
Air Force Construction Improvements  United Kingdom: RAF Menwith Hill--Improve Family Housing (1 units)........................              50  The President

                                                                     DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE BASE REALIGNMENT AND CLOSURE 2005

Army...............................  Alabama: Anniston (Pelham Range)--Armed Forces Reserve Center.............................           8,000  The President
Army...............................  Alabama: Birmingham--Armed Forces Reserve Center..........................................          10,000  The President
Army...............................  Alabama: Mobile--Armed Forces Reserve Center..............................................          20,430  The President
Agency--MDA........................  Alabama: Redstone Arsenal--Von Braun Complex..............................................          27,800  The President
Army...............................  Alabama: Tuscaloosa--Armed Forces Reserve Center..........................................          18,000  The President
Army...............................  Arkansas: Camden--Armed Forces Reserve Center.............................................           9,800  The President
Army...............................  Arkansas: El Dorado--Armed Forces Reserve Center..........................................          14,000  The President
Army...............................  Arkansas: Hot Springs--Armed Forces Reserve Center........................................          14,600  The President
Army...............................  Arkansas: Pine Bluff--Armed Forces Reserve Center.........................................          15,500  The President
Army...............................  Arizona: Marana--Armed Forces Reserve Center..............................................          31,000  The President
Navy...............................  California: Barstow--Industrial Machine Shop Facility.....................................          14,130  The President
Navy...............................  California: China Lake--Shipboard Shock Test Facility.....................................           3,160  The President
Navy...............................  California: China Lake--Weapons Dynamics RDT&E; Center.....................................           5,970  The President
Army...............................  Connecticut: Middletown--Armed Forces Reserve Center, Increment II........................          37,000  The President
Navy...............................  District of Columbia: Washington--Navy Systems Management Activity Relocation [INCR II of           71,929  The President
                                      II].
Navy...............................  District of Columbia: Washington--Renovate 3rd Floor Buildging 176, Washington Navy Yard..             750  The President
Army...............................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Special Forces Complex, Increment II..................................           8,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--BRAC F-35 Live Ordnance Load Area (LOLA)..............................           6,624  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--CE Facility...........................................................           2,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--F-35 [JSF] Duke Field Control Tower...................................           2,280  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Fitness Facility......................................................           2,750  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--STOVL Simulated Carrier Practice Landing Deck.........................          27,690  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--School Age Facility...................................................           2,600  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Security Forces Facility..............................................             890  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Taxiway Extension.....................................................          13,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Traffic Management Cargo Processing Facility..........................             900  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--AAFES Troop Store.......................................................           1,950  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--Armed Forces Reserve Center.............................................          18,000  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--Equipment Concentration Site............................................          43,000  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--General Instruction Complex 2, Increment II.............................          58,000  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--Maneuver Ctr HQ & CDI Bldg Expansion....................................          42,000  The President
Army...............................  Georgia: Benning--Medical Facility, Increment II..........................................          77,000  The President
Army...............................  Iowa: Cedar Rapids--Armed Forces Reserve Center...........................................          42,000  The President
Army...............................  Iowa: Iowa AAP--Armed Forces Reserve Center...............................................          27,000  The President
Army...............................  Iowa: Muscatine--Armed Forces Reserve Center..............................................           8,800  The President
Army...............................  Illinois: Rock Island--Army Headquarters Building Renovation..............................          20,000  The President
Army...............................  Kentucky: Campbell--Armed Forces Reserve Center...........................................           5,900  The President
Army...............................  Kentucky: Campbell--Headquarters Building, Group..........................................          14,800  The President
Army...............................  Kentucky: Knox--Armed Forces Reserve Center...............................................           2,300  The President
Army...............................  Maryland: Aberdeen PG--C4ISR, Phase 2, Increment II.......................................         156,000  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Maryland: Bethesda [WRNMMC]--Medical Center Addition, Increment 3.........................         108,850  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Maryland: Bethesda [WRNMMC]--Traffic Mitigation, Increment I..............................          18,400  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Maryland: Bethesda [WRNMMC]--Site Utility Infrastructure Upgrade for NICoE................           6,500  The President
Army...............................  Maryland: Detrick--Joint Bio-Med RDA Management Center....................................           8,300  The President
Army...............................  Maryland: Forest Glenn--Museum............................................................          12,200  The President
Agency--DISA.......................  Maryland: Fort Meade--Construct DISA Building.............................................         131,662  The President
Army...............................  Maryland: Fort Meade--Defense Media Activity, Increment II................................          17,000  The President
Navy...............................  Maine: Brunswick--Marine Corps Reserve Center.............................................          12,960  The President
Army...............................  Michigan: Detroit Arsenal--Administrative Office Buildings, Increment II..................          21,384  The President
Army...............................  Michigan: Detroit Arsenal--Weapons Systems Support and Training...........................           8,300  The President
Army...............................  Michigan: Ft. Custer (Augusta)--Armed Forces Reserve Center...............................          18,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Michigan: Selfridge ANGB--A10 Arm/Disarm Apron............................................           1,350  The President
Air Force..........................  Michigan: Selfridge ANGB--Repair Munitions Admin Building 891.............................           3,100  The President
Air Force..........................  Michigan: Selfridge ANGB--Upgrade Munitions Maintenance Shop..............................           1,650  The President
Air Force..........................  Michigan: Selfridge ANGB--Upgrade Munitions Missile Maintenance Bays......................           2,350  The President
Army...............................  Missouri: Kirksville--Armed Forces Reserve Center.........................................           6,600  The President
Army...............................  Montana: Great Falls--Armed Forces Reserve Center.........................................           7,600  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: Bragg--Band Training Facility.............................................           4,200  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: Bragg--Headquarters Bldg, FORSCOM/USARC, Increment III....................         124,000  The President
Army...............................  North Carolina: Wilmington--Armed Forces Reserve Center...................................          17,500  The President
Army...............................  North Dakota: Fargo--Armed Forces Reserve Center..........................................          11,200  The President
Army...............................  Nebraska: Columbus--Armed Forces Reserve Center...........................................           9,300  The President
Army...............................  Nebraska: McCook--Armed Forces Reserve Center.............................................           7,900  The President
Army...............................  New Jersey: Camden--Armed Forces Reserve Center...........................................          21,000  The President
Army...............................  New York: West Point--U.S. Military Academy Prep School, Increment II.....................          98,000  The President
Army...............................  Ohio: Columbus--Armed Forces Reserve Center, Increment II.................................          30,218  The President
Navy...............................  Ohio: Akron--Armed Forces Reserve Center..................................................          13,840  The President
Army...............................  Oklahoma: Sill--Joint Fires & Effects Simulator Building..................................          28,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Oklahoma: Will Rogers World APT AGS--Relocate Global Air Traffic Operation Program Office.           1,200  The President
Army...............................  Pennsylvania: Allentown--Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................          15,000  The President
Army...............................  Pennsylvania: Tobyhanna--Electronics Maintenance Shop, Depot Level........................           3,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Pennsylvania: Willow Grove JRB--Establish Enclave.........................................           4,000  The President
Army...............................  Rhode Island: Bristol--Armed Forces Reserve Center........................................          17,500  The President
Navy...............................  South Carolina: Charleston--SPAWAR Data Center............................................           9,670  The President
Navy...............................  South Carolina: Goose Creek--Consolidated Brig Addition...................................           9,790  The President
Army...............................  South Carolina: Shaw AFB--Headquarters Building, Third US Army, Increment II..............          55,000  The President
Army...............................  Tennessee: Chattanooga--Armed Forces Reserve Center.......................................           8,900  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Bliss--Brigade Combat Team Complex #3, Increment III...............................         110,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Bliss--Combat Aviation Brigade Complex, Increment III..............................          94,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Bliss--Hospital Add/Alt, WBAMC.....................................................          24,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Bliss--Hospital Replacement........................................................          89,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Bliss--Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facility 2...................................         104,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Brownsville--Armed Forces Reserve Center...........................................          15,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Huntsville--Armed Forces Reserve Center............................................          16,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Kingsville--Armed Forces Reserve Center............................................          17,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Texas: Lackland AFB--Joint Base San Antonio Headquarters Facility.........................           8,500  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Lufkin--Armed Forces Reserve Center................................................          15,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Texas: Randolph AFB--Renovate Building 38.................................................           2,050  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Red River--Armed Forces Reserve Center.............................................          14,200  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Texas: Fort Sam Houston--San Antonio Military Medical Center (North) Increment III........         163,750  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Sam Houston--Add/Alt Building 2270.................................................          18,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Sam Houston--Housing, Enlisted Permanent Party.....................................          10,800  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Sam Houston--IMCOM Campus Area Infrastructure......................................          11,000  The President
Army...............................  Texas: Sam Houston--Headquarters Bldg, IMCOM..............................................          48,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Belvoir--Infrastructure Support, Increment III..................................          13,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Belvoir--Infrastructure Support, Increment III..................................          39,400  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Belvoir--NARMC HQ Building......................................................          17,500  The President
Agency--NGA........................  Virginia: Fort Belvoir--NGA Headquarters Facility.........................................         168,749  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Virginia: Fort Belvoir--Hospital Replacement, Increment IV................................         140,750  The President
Agency--TMA........................  Virginia: Fort Belvoir--Dental Clinic.....................................................          12,600  The President
Agency--WHS........................  Virginia: Fort Belvoir--Office Complex, Increment III.....................................         360,533  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Eustis--Bldg 705 Renv (AAA & 902d MI)...........................................           1,600  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Eustis--Headquarters Bldg, IMCOM Eastern Region.................................           5,700  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Eustis--Headquarters Building, TRADOC, Increment II.............................          34,300  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Eustis--Joint Task Force--Civil Support.........................................          19,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Eustis--Renovation for ACA and NETCOM...........................................           4,800  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--AAFES Troop Store..........................................................           1,850  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--Administrative Building [DCMA].............................................          28,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--Combat Service Support School, Ph 1, Increment IV..........................          30,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--Combat Service Support School, Ph 2, Increment III.........................         137,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--Combat Service Support School, Ph 3, Increment II..........................         145,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--Consolidated Troop Med/Dntl Clinic.........................................          20,000  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--HQs, Transportation Management Detachment..................................           1,200  The President
Army...............................  Virginia: Lee--USMC Training Facilities...................................................          25,000  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: Arlington--Crystal Park 5 to Arlington Service Center...........................          33,660  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: Chesapeake--Joint Regional Correctional Facility (INCR II of II)................          47,560  The President
Navy...............................  Virginia: Norfolk--Building 1558 Renovations for SPAWAR...................................           2,510  The President
Army...............................  West Virginia: Elkins--Armed Forces Reserve Center........................................          22,000  The President
Army...............................  West Virginia: Fairmont--Armed Forces Reserve Center......................................          21,000  The President
Army...............................  West Virginia: Spencer-Ripley--Armed Forces Reserve Center................................          19,540  The President

                                                                      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS

Army...............................  Afghanistan: AIRBORNE--DINING FACILITY....................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: AIRBORNE--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA..............................................           5,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: ALTIMUR--DINING FACILITY.....................................................           2,150  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: ALTIMUR--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...............................................           5,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: ASADABAD--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA..............................................           5,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--ACCESS ROADS................................................          21,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--ARMY PRE-POSITION STOCK COMPOUND............................          38,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--BARRACKS....................................................          18,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY................................           4,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--DRAINAGE SYSTEM, PH 2.......................................          21,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 6...........................................          12,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 7...........................................           5,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--MEDLOG WAREHOUSE............................................           3,350  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--PERIMETER FENCING AND GUARD TOWERS..........................           7,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACILITIES................           8,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--CARGO TERMINAL..............................................          13,800  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: BAGRAM AIR BASE--EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER...............................           6,400  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BLESSING--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA..............................................           5,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: BOSTICK--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...............................................           5,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: DWYER--DINING FACILITY.......................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: DWYER--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 1.....................................................           5,800  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: DWYER--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX..............................................           6,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: DWYER--CARGO HANDLING AREA...................................................           4,900  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: FRONTENAC--DINING FACILITY...................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: GARDEZ--DINING FACILITY......................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: GARDEZ--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 1....................................................           6,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: GARDEZ--TACTICAL RUNWAY......................................................          28,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: GHAZNI--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX.............................................           5,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: JALALABAD--AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT...........................................          35,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: JALALABAD--DINING FACILITY...................................................           4,350  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: JALALABAD--PERIMETER FENCING.................................................           2,050  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: JOYCE--DINING FACILITY.......................................................           2,100  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: JOYCE--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA.................................................           5,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KABUL--CAMP PHOENIX WEST EXPANSION...........................................          39,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KABUL--USFOR-A HEADQUARTERS & HOUSING........................................          98,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY.......................................           4,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY.......................................           4,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--COMMAND AND CONTROL FACILITY.......................................           4,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--SOUTHPARK ROADS....................................................          11,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--TANKER TRUCK OFFLOAD FACILITY......................................          23,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--THEATER VEHICLE MAINTENANCE FACILITY...............................          55,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX...........................................          10,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--WAREHOUSE..........................................................          20,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACILITIES.......................          10,500  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--CAS APRON EXPANSION................................................          25,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--CARGO HELICOPTER APRON.............................................          32,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER......................................           6,400  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--ISR APRON EXPANSION................................................          40,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--REFUELER APRON/RELOCATE HCP........................................          66,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--RELOCATE NORTH AIRFIELD ROAD.......................................          16,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--SECURE RSOI FACILITY...............................................           9,700  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: KANDAHAR--TACTICAL AIRLFIT APRON.............................................          29,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: MAYWAND--DINING FACILITY.....................................................           6,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: MAYWAND--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA...............................................           5,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: METHAR-LAM--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA............................................           4,150  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SALERNO--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX............................................           5,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SALERNO--ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID........................................           2,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SALERNO--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 1...................................................          12,800  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SALERNO--DINING FACILITY.....................................................           4,300  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SALERNO--RUNWAY UPGRADE......................................................          25,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHANK--DINING FACILITY.......................................................           4,350  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHANK--ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID..........................................           4,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHANK--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX..............................................           8,100  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHANK--WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.............................................           2,650  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: SHANK--CARGO HANDLING AREA...................................................           4,900  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHARANA--ROTARY WING PARKING.................................................          32,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHARANA--AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT.............................................          14,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHARANA--AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE FACILITIES.....................................          12,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: SHARANA--ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION GRID........................................           2,600  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TARIN KOWT--DINING FACILITY..................................................           4,350  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TARIN KOWT--FUEL SYSTEM PHASE 2..............................................          11,800  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TARIN KOWT--WASTE MANAGEMENT AREA............................................           6,800  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TARIN KOWT--AMMUNITION SUPPLY POINT..........................................          35,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TARIN KOWT--CARGO HANDLING AREA..............................................           4,900  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--BASIC LOAD AMMUNITION HOLDING AREA........................           7,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--DINING FACILITY...........................................           8,900  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--ENTRY CONTROL POINT AND ACCESS ROADS......................          14,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 2.........................................          14,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--LEVEL 3 MEDICAL FACILITY..................................          16,500  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--ROADS.....................................................           4,300  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM......................           6,200  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--AVIATION OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE FACS....................           8,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--CAS APRON EXPANSION.......................................          40,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--CARGO HANDLING AREA.......................................          18,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--EXPEDITIONARY FIGHTER SHELTER.............................           6,300  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--ISR APRON.................................................          41,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--STRATEGIC AIRLIFT APRON EXPANSION.........................          32,000  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: TOMBSTONE/BASTION--SECURE RSOI FACILITY......................................          10,000  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: WOLVERINE--DINING FACILITY...................................................           2,200  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: WOLVERINE--FUEL SYSTEM, PH 1.................................................           5,800  The President
Army...............................  Afghanistan: WOLVERINE--WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPLEX..........................................           6,900  The President
Air Force..........................  Afghanistan: WOLVERINE--CARGO HANDLING AREA...............................................           4,900  The President

                                                                  DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS, CONSTRUCTION, MAJOR PROJECTS

Agency--Veterans Health              Colorado: Denver--New Medical Facility....................................................         119,000  The President, Senators Mark Udall and Bennet
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              Florida: Orlando--New Medical Facility....................................................         371,300  The President, Senators Bill Nelson and
 Administration.                                                                                                                                  Martinez
Agency--Veterans Health              Puerto Rico: San Juan--Seismic Corrections Building 1.....................................          42,000  The President
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              Missouri: St. Louis--Medical Facility Improvements and Cemetery Expansion.................          19,700  The President, Senator Bond
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              Florida: Bay Pines--Inpatient/Outpatient Improvements.....................................          96,800  The President, Senators Bill Nelson and
 Administration.                                                                                                                                  Martinez
Agency--Veterans Health              California: Livermore--Realignment and Closure (Design and Land Purchase).................          55,430  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              New York: Canandaigua--Construction and Renovation (Design)...............................          36,850  The President, Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              California: San Diego--Seismic Deficiency (Design)........................................          18,340  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              California: Long Beach--Seismic Corrections--Mental Health and Community Living Center              24,200  The President, Senators Feinstein and Boxer
 Administration.                      (Design).
Agency--Veterans Health              Missouri: St. Louis--Replace Bed Tower/Clinic Expansion (Design)..........................          43,340  The President, Senator Bond
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              Massachusetts: Brockton--Long-term Care Spinal Cord Injury Unit (Design)..................          24,040  The President, Senators Kennedy and Kerry
 Administration.
Agency--Veterans Health              Maryland: Perry Point--Replacement Community Living Center (Design).......................           9,000  The President, Senator Mikulski
 Administration.
Agency--National Cemetery            Illinois: Chicago--Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery--Gravesite Expansion and Cemetery              38,300  The President, Senator Durbin
 Administration.                      Improvements--Phase 2.
Agency--National Cemetery            Texas: Houston--Houston National Cemetery--Gravesite Expansion and Cemetery Improvements--          35,000  The President, Senator Hutchison
 Administration.                      Phase 4.
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                                                                             CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS
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              Account                                                          Project                                               Funding                        Requestor
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Army...............................  Alabama: Fort Rucker--Army AVIM Hangar (Hanchey Field) (P&D;)..............................           1,170  Senator Sessions
Army...............................  Alabama: Redstone Arsenal--Gate 7 Access Control Point....................................           3,550  Senator Sessions
Def-Wide--MDA......................  Alabama: Redstone Arsenal--Missile and Space Intelligence Center (EOEC)...................          12,000  Senator Shelby
Army...............................  Alaska: Fort Richardson--Combat Pistol Range..............................................           4,900  Senator Begich
Air Force..........................  Alaska: Eielson AFB--Arctic Utilidors, PH 11..............................................           9,900  Senator Murkowski
Air Force..........................  Alaska: Eielson AFB--Taxiway Golf Lighting................................................           3,450  Senator Murkowski
Air Force..........................  Arkansas: Little Rock Air Force Base--Security Forces Operations Facility.................          10,400  Senators Pryor and Lincoln
Air Guard..........................  California: Fresno Yosemite IAP--Squadron Operations Facility.............................           9,900  Senators Feinstein and Boxer
Army...............................  Colorado: Fort Carson--Convoy Skills Trainer (IED)........................................           1,950  Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet
Air Force..........................  Colorado: Peterson AFB--Widen Paine Street................................................           2,000  Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet
Air Guard..........................  Colorado: Buckley Air Force Base--Add/Alter Weapons Release...............................           4,500  Senators Mark Udall and Michael Bennet
Air Guard..........................  Connecticut: Bradley National Airport--CNAF Beddown, Upgrade Facilities...................           9,100  Senators Dodd and Lieberman
Air Force..........................  Delaware: Dover AFB--Chapel Center........................................................           7,500  Senators Carper and Kaufman
Army...............................  Florida: Eglin AFB--Elevated Water Storage Tank (Camp Rudder).............................           1,200  Senator Bill Nelson
Air Force..........................  Florida: Patrick AFB--Combat Weapons Training Facility....................................           8,400  Senators Bill Nelson and Martinez
Air Force..........................  Georgia: Moody Air Force Base--Rescue Operations/Maintenance Headquarters Facility........           8,900  Senators Chambliss and Isakson
Army Guard.........................  Georgia: Hunter Army Aviation Faciity--Readiness Center...................................           8,967  Senators Chambliss and Isakson
Air Force..........................  Hawaii: Kona International Airport--C-17 Kona Short Auxiliary Airfield (P&D;)..............             910  Senators Inouye and Akaka
Navy...............................  Hawaii: Naval Station Pearl Harbor--Production Services Support Facility..................          30,360  Senators Inouye and Akaka
Air Force..........................  Illinois: Scott Air Force Base--Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron Facility..................           7,400  Senator Durbin
Army Guard.........................  Illinois: Milan Readiness Center--Readiness Center Addition...............................           5,600  Senators Durbin and Burris
Navy...............................  Indiana: Crane Naval Surface Warfare Center--Strategic Weapons Systems Engineering                  13,710  Senator Lugar
                                      Facility.
Army Guard.........................  Iowa: Davenport--Armed Forces Reserve Center/Field Maintenance Shop (P&D;).................             180  Senators Harkin and Grassley
Army Guard.........................  Iowa: Davenport--Add/Alt Army Aviation Support Facility...................................           2,000  Senator Harkin
Army Guard.........................  Iowa: Johnston--United States Property and Fiscal Office..................................           4,000  Senator Harkin
Air Guard..........................  Iowa: Des Moines--Add/Alt Security Forces Facility........................................           4,600  Senators Harkin and Grassley
Air Force..........................  Idaho: Mountain Home Air Force Base--Civil Engineer Maintenance Complex (P&D;).............           1,700  Senators Crapo and Risch
Army Guard.........................  Kansas: Salina Army Aviation Facilty--Taxiway Alterations, ARNG Aviation Support Facility.           2,227  Senators Brownback and Roberts
Army...............................  Kansas: Fort Riley--Estes Road Access Control Point.......................................           7,100  Senators Brownback and Roberts
Army...............................  Kentucky: Fort Campbell--SOF Language Sustainment Training Facility.......................           5,800  Senators Alexander and Corker
Army...............................  Kentucky: Fort Campbell--Installation Chapel Center.......................................          14,400  Senators McConnell and Bunning
Army...............................  Kentucky: Fort Campbell--Warrior Rehabilitation and Fitness Center (P&D;)..................             900  Senators McConnell and Bunning
Chem Demil Const...................  Kentucky: Blue Grass Army Depot--Chemical Demilitarization Project........................           5,000  Senator McConnell
Air Force..........................  Louisiana: Barksdale Air Force Base--Phase Five Ramp Replacement--Aircraft Apron Pavement.          12,800  Senators Landrieu and Vitter
Navy...............................  Maine: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard--Consolidation of Structural Shops (P&D;).................           2,000  Senators Collins, Snowe, Gregg, and Shaheen
Navy...............................  Maine: Portsmouth Naval Shipyard--Gate #2 Security Improvements...........................           7,100  Senators Collins and Snowe
Army...............................  Maryland: Aberdeen Proving Ground--Analytical Chemistry Wing--Advanced Chemistry Labora-            15,500  Senators Mikulski and Cardin
                                      tory.
Army Guard.........................  Massachusetts: Hanscom Air Force Base--Joint Force Headquarters (P&D;).....................           2,663  Senators Kennedy and Kerry
Air Guard..........................  Massachussetts: Otis Air National Guard Base--Composite Operations and Training Facility..          12,800  Senators Kennedy and Kerry
Air Guard..........................  Michigan: Battle Creek Air National Guard Base--CNAF Bed Down Facilities..................          14,000  Senators Levin and Stabenow
Air Guard..........................  Michigan: Selfridge Air National Guard Base--A-10 Squad Operations Facility...............           7,100  Senators Levin and Stabenow
Air Guard..........................  Michigan: Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center--Replace Troop Quarters.................           8,900  Senators Levin and Stabenow
Air Guard..........................  Minnesota: Minneapolis/St. Paul IAP 133rd AW Base--STARBASE Facility Alteration...........           1,900  Senator Klobuchar
Air Force..........................  Mississippi: Columbus Air Force Base--Aircraft Maintenance Administration Facility........          10,000  Senator Cochran
Army Guard.........................  Mississippi: Monticello--National Guard Readiness Center..................................          14,350  Senators Cochran and Wicker
Army...............................  Missouri: Fort Leonard Wood--Brigade Headquarters (P&D;)...................................             584  Senator Bond
Air Guard..........................  Missouri: Rosecrans Memorial Airport, St. Joseph--Replace Fire/Crash Rescue Station, PH II           9,300  Senator Bond
Air Force..........................  Montana: Malmstrom AFB--Upgrade Weapons Storage Area......................................           9,600  Senators Baucus and Tester
Air Force..........................  Nebraska: Offutt Air Force Base--STRATCOM Gate............................................          10,400  Senator Ben Nelson
Navy...............................  Nevada: Naval Air Station Fallon--Warrior Physical Training Facility......................          11,450  Senators Reid and Ensign
Army Guard.........................  Nevada: Floyd Edsall Training Center--Add/Alt Clark County Armory.........................           2,000  Senators Reid and Ensign
Army Guard.........................  Nevada: Carson City--Renewable Energy Sustainable Projects................................           2,000  Senator Reid
Air Guard..........................  Nevada: Reno--Fire Station Replacement....................................................          10,800  Senators Reid and Ensign
Air Guard..........................  New Hampshire: Pease Air National Guard Base--Replace Squadron Operations Facilities......          10,000  Senators Gregg and Shaheen
Air Guard..........................  New Jersey: 108th Air Refueling Wing, McGuire AFB--Base Civil Engineering Complex.........           9,700  Senators Lautenberg and Menendez
Air Force..........................  New Mexico: Cannon AFB--Dormitory (P&D;)...................................................           1,500  Senators Bingaman and Tom Udall
Def-Wide--SOCOM....................  New Mexico: Cannon AFB--SOF AC-130 Loadout Apron, PH 1....................................           6,000  Senators Bingaman and Tom Udall
Air Force Reserve..................  New York: Niagara Falls ARB--Indoor Small Arms Range......................................           5,700  Senators Schumer and Gillibrand
Army...............................  North Carolina: Fort Bragg--Automated Sniper Field Fire Range.............................           3,450  Senator Hagan
Air Force..........................  North Carolina: Pope AFB--Air Traffic Control Tower.......................................           7,700  Senator Burr
Air Force..........................  North Dakota: Grand Forks AFB--Consolidated Security Forces Facility......................          12,000  Senators Dorgan and Conrad
Army Guard.........................  North Dakota: Bismarck--Raymond J Bohn Readiness Center Addition..........................           2,000  Senators Dorgan and Conrad
Air Force..........................  Ohio: Wright-Patterson Air Force Base--Replace West Ramp, PH 2............................          10,600  Senators Brown and Voinovich
Air Force..........................  Oklahoma: Vance Air Force Base--Control Tower.............................................          10,700  Senator Inhofe
Army Guard.........................  Oregon: Clackamas County--Camp Withycombe Infrastructure (Storm Sewer) (P&D;)..............           1,226  Senators Wyden and Merkley
Army Guard.........................  Oregon: Clatsop County, Warrenton--Water Supply System (Camp Rilea).......................           3,369  Senators Wyden and Merkley
Army Guard.........................  Oregon: Washington County--Readiness Center (P&D;).........................................             386  Senators Wyden and Merkley
Air Force Reserve..................  Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Air Reserve Base--Visiting Quarters, PH 1........................          12,400  Senators Specter and Casey
Navy...............................  Rhode Island: Naval Station Newport--Renovation of Senior Enlisted Academy................          10,550  Senator Reed
Air Guard..........................  South Carolina: McEntire Joint National Guard Base--Joint Force Headquarters Building.....           1,300  Senator Graham
Air Force..........................  South Dakota: Ellsworth Air Force Base--Add/Alter Deployment Center.......................          14,500  Senators Johnson and Thune
Army Guard.........................  South Dakota: Camp Rapid--Joint Force HQ Readiness Center Supplement......................           7,890  Senators Johnson and Thune
Army Guard.........................  South Dakota: Camp Rapid--Troop Medical Clinic Addition and Alteration....................           1,950  Senators Johnson and Thune
Air Guard..........................  South Dakota: Joe Foss Field--Add/Alter Munitions Maintenance Complex.....................           1,300  Senators Johnson and Thune
Air Guard..........................  South Dakota: Joe Foss Field--Above Ground Multi-Cubicle Magazine Storage.................           1,300  Senators Johnson and Thune
Air Guard..........................  Tennessee: Memphis IAP--Engineer Maintenance and Training Facility........................           9,800  Senators Alexander and Corker
Air Force..........................  Texas: Dyess Air Force Base--Mission Operations Center (P&D;)..............................             390  Senators Hutchison and Cornyn
Air Force..........................  Texas: Goodfellow Air Force Base--Consolidated Learning Center............................          12,000  Senators Hutchison and Cornyn
Air Force..........................  Texas: Lackland AFB--Consolidated Security Forces Ops Center, PH 2 (P&D;)..................             342  Senators Hutchison and Cornyn
Air Force..........................  Texas: Laughlin AFB--Student Officer Quarters, Phase 2 (P&D;)..............................             713  Senators Hutchison and Cornyn
Air Force..........................  Texas: Sheppard Air Force Base--European NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Operations Complex,          11,600  Senators Hutchison and Cornyn
                                      PH  1.
Army...............................  Utah: Dugway Proving Ground--Life Science Test Facility Addition (P&D;)....................           2,890  Senators Bennett and Hatch
Air Guard..........................  Utah: Hill AFB--PCC Apron Northwest End Taxiway...........................................           5,100  Senator Hatch
Army Guard.........................  Vermont: Ethan Allen Firing Range--BOQ Additions and Improvements.........................           1,996  Senators Leahy and Sanders
Army Guard.........................  Vermont: Morrisville--Field Vehicle Maintenance Shop (P&D;)................................             812  Senators Leahy and Sanders
Air Guard..........................  Vermont: Burlington International Airport--Add/Alter Fire Crash and Rescue Station........           6,000  Senators Leahy and Sanders
Army...............................  Virginia: Fort Eustis--Upgrade Marshalling Area...........................................           8,900  Senators Webb and Warner
Navy...............................  Virginia: NSCW Dalghren--Electromagnetic Research & Engineering Facility..................           3,660  Senators Webb and Warner
Air Force..........................  Washington: Fairchild Air Force Base--SERE Force Support Complex, PH 1....................          11,000  Senators Murray and Cantwell
Def-Wide--TMA......................  Washington: Fort Lewis--Women's Health Center Facility (P&D;)..............................           2,000  Senators Murray and Cantwell
Navy...............................  West Virginia: Sugar Grove--Emergency Services Center.....................................           9,560  Senator Byrd
Army Guard.........................  West Virginia: St. Albans Armory--Addition Life Safety Upgrade............................           2,000  Senator Byrd
Air Guard..........................  West Virginia: Shepherd Airbase, Martinsburg--C-5 Taxiway Upgrades........................          19,500  Senator Byrd
Air Guard..........................  Wisconsin: General Mitchell International Airport--Upgrade Corrosion Control Hangar.......           5,000  Senator Kohl
Army Reserve.......................  Wisconsin: Fort McCoy--Range Utility Upgrade..............................................           3,850  Senator Kohl
Air Guard..........................  Wyoming: Cheyenne Airport--Squadron Operations............................................           1,500  Senators Enzi and Barrasso
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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 estimate     Committee    ---------------------------------
                                                                      appropriation                     recommendation        2009
                                                                                                                         appropriation   Budget estimate
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                   TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Military construction, Army........................................       4,692,648        3,660,779        3,477,673       -1,214,975         -183,106
    Rescission.....................................................         -51,320   ...............  ...............         +51,320   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         180,000   ...............  ...............        -180,000   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-32)...................         143,242   ...............  ...............        -143,242   ...............
    Rescission (emergency appropriations) (Public Law 111-32)......        -143,242   ...............  ...............        +143,242   ...............
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      Total........................................................       4,821,328        3,660,779        3,477,673       -1,343,655         -183,106

Military construction, Navy and Marine Corps.......................       3,333,369        3,763,264        3,548,771         +215,402         -214,493
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         280,000   ...............  ...............        -280,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................       3,613,369        3,763,264        3,548,771          -64,598         -214,493

Military construction, Air Force...................................       1,117,746        1,145,434        1,213,539          +95,793          +68,105
    Rescission.....................................................         -20,821   ...............  ...............         +20,821   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         180,000   ...............  ...............        -180,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................       1,276,925        1,145,434        1,213,539          -63,386          +68,105

Military construction, Defense-Wide................................       1,695,204        3,097,526        3,069,114       +1,373,910          -28,412
    Rescission.....................................................          -3,589   ...............  ...............          +3,589   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................       1,450,000   ...............  ...............      -1,450,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................       3,141,615        3,097,526        3,069,114          -72,501          -28,412
                                                                    ====================================================================================
          Total, Active components.................................      12,853,237       11,667,003       11,309,097       -1,544,140         -357,906

Military construction, Army National Guard.........................         736,317          426,491          497,210         -239,107          +70,719
    Rescission.....................................................          -1,400   ...............  ...............          +1,400   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          50,000   ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................         784,917          426,491          497,210         -287,707          +70,719

Military construction, Air National Guard..........................         242,924          128,261          297,661          +54,737         +169,400
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          50,000   ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................         292,924          128,261          297,661           +4,737         +169,400

Military construction, Army Reserve................................         282,607          374,862          379,012          +96,405           +4,150
Military construction, Navy Reserve................................          57,045           64,124           64,124           +7,079   ...............
Military construction, Air Force Reserve...........................          36,958           27,476           47,376          +10,418          +19,900
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, Reserve components....................................       1,454,451        1,021,214        1,285,383         -169,068         +264,169
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, Military construction.................................      14,307,688       12,688,217       12,594,480       -1,713,208          -93,737
          Appropriations...........................................     (12,194,818)     (12,688,217)     (12,594,480)       (+399,662)        (-93,737)
          Rescissions..............................................        (-77,130)  ...............  ...............        (+77,130)  ...............
          Emergency appropriations.................................      (2,333,242)  ...............  ...............     (-2,333,242)  ...............
          Overseas contingency operations..........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............

North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program.....         230,867          276,314          276,314          +45,447   ...............

Family housing construction, Army..................................         646,580          273,236          273,236         -373,344   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          34,507   ...............  ...............         -34,507   ...............
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      Total........................................................         681,087          273,236          273,236         -407,851   ...............

Family housing operation and maintenance, Army.....................         716,110          523,418          523,418         -192,692   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................           3,932   ...............  ...............          -3,932   ...............
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      Total........................................................         720,042          523,418          523,418         -196,624   ...............

Family housing construction, Navy and Marine Corps.................         380,123          146,569          146,569         -233,554   ...............
Family housing operation and maintenance, Navy and Marine Corps....         376,062          368,540          368,540           -7,522   ...............

Family housing construction, Air Force.............................         395,879           66,101           66,101         -329,778   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          80,100   ...............  ...............         -80,100   ...............
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      Total........................................................         475,979           66,101           66,101         -409,878   ...............

Family housing operation and maintenance, Air Force................         594,465          502,936          502,936          -91,529   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          16,461   ...............  ...............         -16,461   ...............
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      Total........................................................         610,926          502,936          502,936         -107,990   ...............

Family housing construction, Defense-Wide..........................  ...............           2,859            2,859           +2,859   ...............
    Rescission.....................................................          -6,040   ...............  ...............          +6,040   ...............
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      Total........................................................          -6,040            2,859            2,859           +8,899   ...............
Family housing operation and maintenance, Defense-Wide.............          49,231           49,214           49,214              -17   ...............
Department of Defense Family Housing Improvement Fund..............             850            2,600            2,600           +1,750   ...............

Homeowners assistance fund.........................................           4,500           23,225          373,225         +368,725         +350,000
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         555,000   ...............  ...............        -555,000   ...............
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      Total........................................................         559,500           23,225          373,225         -186,275         +350,000
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, Family housing........................................       3,847,760        1,958,698        2,308,698       -1,539,062         +350,000
          Appropriations...........................................      (3,163,800)      (1,958,698)      (2,308,698)       (-855,102)       (+350,000)
          Rescissions..............................................         (-6,040)  ...............  ...............         (+6,040)  ...............
          Emergency appropriations.................................        (690,000)  ...............  ...............       (-690,000)  ...............

Chemical demilitarization construction, Defense-Wide...............         144,278          146,541          151,541           +7,263           +5,000

Base realignment and closure:
    Base realignment and closure account, 1990.....................         458,377          396,768          421,768          -36,609          +25,000
    Base realignment and closure account, 2005.....................       8,765,613        7,479,498        7,479,498       -1,286,115   ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, Base realignment and closure..........................       9,223,990        7,876,266        7,901,266       -1,322,724          +25,000

Air National Guard Fire Stations (Sec. 131)........................          28,000   ...............  ...............         -28,000   ...............
Army National Guard Aviation and Training (Sec. 132)...............         147,000   ...............  ...............        -147,000   ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title I...............................................      27,929,583       22,946,036       23,232,299       -4,697,284         +286,263
          Appropriations...........................................     (25,132,753)     (22,946,036)     (23,232,299)     (-1,900,454)       (+286,263)
          Rescissions..............................................        (-83,170)  ...............  ...............        (+83,170)  ...............
          Emergency appropriations.................................      (2,880,000)  ...............  ...............     (-2,880,000)  ...............
          Overseas contingency operations..........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............

              TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

                  Veterans Benefits Administration

Compensation and pensions..........................................      43,111,681       47,218,207       47,218,207       +4,106,526   ...............
Readjustment benefits..............................................       3,832,944        8,663,624        8,663,624       +4,830,680   ...............
Veterans insurance and indemnities.................................          42,300           49,288           49,288           +6,988   ...............
Veterans housing benefit program fund (indefinite).................           2,000           23,553           23,553          +21,553   ...............
    (Limitation on direct loans)...................................            (500)            (500)            (500)  ...............  ...............
    Credit subsidy.................................................        -246,000         -133,000         -133,000         +113,000   ...............
    Administrative expenses........................................         157,210          165,082          165,082           +7,872   ...............
Guaranteed Transitional Housing Loans for Homeless Veterans........            (750)            (750)            (750)  ...............  ...............
Vocational rehabilitation loans program account....................              61               29               29              -32   ...............
    (Limitation on direct loans)...................................          (3,180)          (2,298)          (2,298)           (-882)  ...............
    Administrative expenses........................................             320              328              328               +8   ...............
Native American veteran housing loan program account...............             646              664              664              +18   ...............
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      Total, Veterans Benefits Administration......................      46,901,162       55,987,775       55,987,775       +9,086,613   ...............

                   Veterans Health Administration

Medical services...................................................      30,969,903       34,704,500       34,704,500       +3,734,597   ...............
    Advance appropriation, fiscal year 2011........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................      30,969,903       34,704,500       34,704,500       +3,734,597   ...............

Medical support and compliance.....................................       4,450,000        5,100,000        5,100,000         +650,000   ...............
    Advance appropriation, fiscal year 2011........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       4,450,000        5,100,000        5,100,000         +650,000   ...............

Medical facilities.................................................       5,029,000        4,693,000        4,849,883         -179,117         +156,883
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................       1,000,000   ...............  ...............      -1,000,000   ...............
    Advance appropriation, fiscal year 2011........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       6,029,000        4,693,000        4,849,883       -1,179,117         +156,883

Medical and prosthetic research....................................         510,000          580,000          580,000          +70,000   ...............

Medical care cost recovery collections:
    Offsetting collections.........................................      -2,544,000       -2,954,000       -2,954,000         -410,000   ...............
    Appropriations (indefinite)....................................       2,544,000        2,954,000        2,954,000         +410,000   ...............
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      Total, Veterans Health Administration........................      41,958,903       45,077,500       45,234,383       +3,275,480         +156,883
          Appropriations...........................................     (40,958,903)     (45,077,500)     (45,234,383)     (+4,275,480)       (+156,883)
          Emergency appropriations.................................      (1,000,000)  ...............  ...............     (-1,000,000)  ...............
          Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011.................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............

                  National Cemetery Administration

National Cemetery Administration...................................         230,000          242,000          250,000          +20,000           +8,000
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          50,000   ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............
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      Total, National Cemetery Administration......................         280,000          242,000          250,000          -30,000           +8,000
          Emergency appropriations.................................         (50,000)  ...............  ...............        (-50,000)  ...............

                    Departmental Administration

General operating expenses.........................................       1,801,867        2,218,500        2,086,251         +284,384         -132,249
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         150,000   ...............  ...............        -150,000   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................           7,000   ...............  ...............          -7,000   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       1,958,867        2,218,500        2,086,251         +127,384         -132,249

Information technology systems.....................................       2,489,391        3,307,000        3,307,000         +817,609   ...............
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................          50,000   ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       2,539,391        3,307,000        3,307,000         +767,609   ...............

Office of Inspector General........................................          87,818          107,000          109,000          +21,182           +2,000
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................           1,000   ...............  ...............          -1,000   ...............
                                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal.....................................................          88,818          107,000          109,000          +20,182           +2,000

Construction, major projects.......................................         923,382        1,194,000        1,194,000         +270,618   ...............
Construction, minor projects.......................................         741,534          600,000          685,000          -56,534          +85,000

Grants for construction of State extended carefacilities...........         175,000           85,000          115,000          -60,000          +30,000
    Emergency appropriations (Public Law 111-5)....................         150,000   ...............  ...............        -150,000   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................         325,000           85,000          115,000         -210,000          +30,000

Grants for the construction of State veteranscemeteries............          42,000           42,000           42,000   ...............  ...............
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      Total, Departmental Administration...........................       6,618,992        7,553,500        7,538,251         +919,259          -15,249
          Appropriations...........................................      (6,260,992)      (7,553,500)      (7,538,251)     (+1,277,259)        (-15,249)
          Emergency appropriations.................................        (358,000)  ...............  ...............       (-358,000)  ...............

                     Administrative Provisions

IRS income verification............................................          -2,000   ...............  ...............          +2,000   ...............
Sec. 160 Filipino Veterans Compensation Fund (Public Law 110-329)           198,000   ...............  ...............        -198,000   ...............
 (emergency).......................................................
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title II..............................................      95,955,057      108,860,775      109,010,409      +13,055,352         +149,634
              Appropriations.......................................     (94,349,057)    (108,860,775)    (109,010,409)    (+14,661,352)       (+149,634)
              Emergency appropriations.............................      (1,606,000)  ...............  ...............     (-1,606,000)  ...............
              Rescissions (emergency appropriations)...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
              Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011.............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
          (Limitation on direct loans).............................          (3,680)          (2,798)          (2,798)           (-882)  ...............
          Discretionary............................................     (49,212,132)     (53,039,103)     (53,188,737)     (+3,976,605)       (+149,634)
          Mandatory................................................     (46,742,925)     (55,821,672)     (55,821,672)     (+9,078,747)  ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                    TITLE III--RELATED AGENCIES

                American Battle Monuments Commission

Salaries and expenses..............................................          59,470           60,300           63,549           +4,079           +3,249
    (By transfer)..................................................            (500)  ...............  ...............           (-500)  ...............
Foreign currency fluctuations account..............................          17,100           17,100           17,100   ...............  ...............
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      Total, American Battle Monuments Commission..................          76,570           77,400           80,649           +4,079           +3,249

             U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Salaries and expenses..............................................          30,975           27,115           27,115           -3,860   ...............

                    Department of Defense--Civil

                     Cemeterial Expenses, Army

Salaries and expenses..............................................          36,730           37,200           37,200             +470   ...............

                    Armed Forces Retirement Home

Operation and maintenance..........................................          54,985           62,000           62,000           +7,015   ...............
Capital program....................................................           8,025           72,000           72,000          +63,975   ...............
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      Total, Armed Forces Retirement Home..........................          63,010          134,000          134,000          +70,990   ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title III.............................................         207,285          275,715          278,964          +71,679           +3,249
          (By transfer)............................................            (500)  ...............  ...............           (-500)  ...............
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                  TITLE IV--DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

                  OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS

Military construction, Army (overseas contingency operations)......       1,182,989          923,884          924,484         -258,505             +600
Military construction, Navy and Marine Corps (overseas contingency          235,881   ...............  ...............        -235,881   ...............
 operations).......................................................
Military construction, Air Force (overseas contingency operations).         281,620          474,500          474,500         +192,880   ...............
Military construction, Defense-Wide (overseas contingency                   661,552            6,600   ...............        -661,552           -6,600
 operations).......................................................
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      Total, Active components.....................................       2,362,042        1,404,984        1,398,984         -963,058           -6,000

North Atlantic Treaty Organization Security Investment Program              100,000   ...............  ...............        -100,000   ...............
 (overseas contingency operations).................................
Department of Defense Base Closure Account 2005 (overseas                   263,300   ...............  ...............        -263,300   ...............
 contingency operations)...........................................
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      Total, title IV..............................................       2,725,342        1,404,984        1,398,984       -1,326,358           -6,000
          Overseas contingency operations..........................      (2,725,342)      (1,404,984)      (1,398,984)     (-1,326,358)         (-6,000)
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              TITLE V--DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

                   Veterans Health Administration

Medical services (Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011)........  ...............  ...............      37,136,000      +37,136,000      +37,136,000
Medical support and compliance (Advance appropriations fiscal year   ...............  ...............       5,307,000       +5,307,000       +5,307,000
 2011).............................................................
Medical facilities (Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011)......  ...............  ...............       5,740,000       +5,740,000       +5,740,000
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      Total, Veterans Health Administration........................  ...............  ...............      48,183,000      +48,183,000      +48,183,000
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      Total, title V...............................................  ...............  ...............      48,183,000      +48,183,000      +48,183,000
          Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011.................  ...............  ...............     (48,183,000)    (+48,183,000)    (+48,183,000)
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      Grand total..................................................     126,817,267      133,487,510      182,103,656      +55,286,389      +48,616,146
              Appropriations.......................................    (119,689,095)    (132,082,526)    (132,521,672)    (+12,832,577)       (+439,146)
              Rescissions..........................................        (-83,170)  ...............  ...............        (+83,170)  ...............
              Emergency appropriations.............................      (4,629,242)  ...............  ...............     (-4,629,242)  ...............
              Advance appropriations, fiscal year 2011.............  ...............  ...............     (48,183,000)    (+48,183,000)    (+48,183,000)
              Overseas contingency operations......................      (2,725,342)      (1,404,984)      (1,398,984)     (-1,326,358)         (-6,000)
          (By transfer)............................................            (500)  ...............  ...............           (-500)  ...............
          (Limitation on direct loans).............................          (3,680)          (2,798)          (2,798)           (-882)  ...............
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