[Senate Report 111-229]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


                                                       Calendar No. 479
111th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 2d Session                                                     111-229

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DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE AND JUSTICE, AND SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                       APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2011

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                 July 22, 2010.--Ordered to be printed

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          Ms. Mikulski, from the Committee on Appropriations, 
                        submitted the following

                                 REPORT

                         [To accompany S. 3636]

    The Committee on Appropriations reports the bill (S. 3636) 
making appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and 
Justice, science, and related agencies for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes, reports 
favorably thereon and recommends that the bill do pass.



Total obligational authority, fiscal year 2011

Total of bill as reported to the Senate................. $65,082,445,000
Amount of 2010 appropriations...........................  68,174,287,000
Amount of 2011 budget estimate..........................  65,418,248,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2010 appropriations.................................  -3,091,842,000
    2011 budget estimate................................    -335,803,000


                                CONTENTS

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Purpose of the Bill..............................................     3
Summary of the Bill..............................................     3
Fighting Waste, Fraud, and Abuse.................................     6
Reprogrammings, Reorganizations, and Relocations.................     6
Congressional Budget Justifications..............................     8
Noncareer Personnel Reductions-in-Force..........................     8
Appropriations Liaisons..........................................     9
Title I: Department of Commerce..................................    10
Title II: Department of Justice..................................    47
Title III: Science...............................................   114
    Office of Science and Technology Policy......................   114
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration................   115
    National Science Foundation..................................   133
Title IV: Related Agencies.......................................   140
    Commission on Civil Rights...................................   140
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission......................   140
    International Trade Commission...............................   141
    Legal Services Corporation...................................   141
    Marine Mammal Commission.....................................   142
    Office of the United States Trade Representative.............   142
    State Justice Institute......................................   143
Title V: General Provisions......................................   144
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   147
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c) Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   150
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   154
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   154
Disclosure of Congressionally Designated Projects................   154
Comparative Statement of Budget Authority........................   175

                          Purpose of the Bill

    The bill provides funding for: (1) the Department of 
Commerce and its bureaus, and administrations: the 
International Trade Administration [ITA], the Bureau of 
Industry and Security [BIS], the Economic Development 
Administration [EDA], the Minority Business Development Agency 
[MBDA], the Economics and Statistics Administration [ESA], the 
Bureau of the Census, the National Telecommunications and 
Information Administration [NTIA], the U.S. Patent and 
Trademark Office [USPTO], the National Institute of Standards 
and Technology [NIST], and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration [NOAA]; (2) the Department of Justice; (3) 
several independent science agencies: the Office of Science and 
Technology Policy [OSTP], the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration [NASA], the National Science Foundation [NSF]; 
and (4) several related commissions and agencies: the 
Commission on Civil Rights, the Equal Employment Opportunity 
Commission [EEOC], the International Trade Commission [ITC], 
the Legal Services Corporation [LSC], the Marine Mammal 
Commission, the U.S. Trade Representative [USTR], and the State 
Justice Institute [SJI].

                          Summary of the Bill

    The Committee recommends total discretionary appropriations 
of $60,139,000,000 for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, 
science, and related agencies for fiscal year 2011. This amount 
is $400,000,000 below the President's budget request.
    Security.--First and foremost, this bill protects our 
Nation and our communities from terrorism and violent crime.
    Counterterrorism.--The bill funds the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation [FBI], our country's domestic counterterrorism 
agency. The Committee recommendation fully supports the FBI's 
lead role in securing domestic national security by 
safeguarding the United States against weapons of mass 
destruction, terrorist attacks, and internal espionage. 
Accordingly, the recommendation supports initiatives totaling 
$480,279,000, which is $25,179,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
level to improve intelligence, including the addition of agents 
devoted to counterterrorism efforts. Through the Committee's 
full support, agents will be provided with the tools to improve 
intelligence driven investigations.
    A key FBI security mission is to prevent the use of weapons 
of mass destruction on U.S. soil. The Committee supports this 
effort by providing the full budget request of $501,100,000 
which is an increase of $49,100,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
level, to enhance weapons of mass destruction response, 
providing the FBI with significant resources to detect, 
identify, and track individuals that pose threats to the United 
States. Further, the Committee fully supports the FBI in its 
efforts to save potentially millions of lives by improving its 
ability to dismantle dirty bombs through its Render Safe 
program.
    Fighting Violent Crime.--The Committee recommends a total 
of $3,737,285,000 for State and local law enforcement, which is 
$259,936,000 above the President's request. The Committee's 
recommendation includes $400,000,000 for Community Oriented 
Policing Services [COPS] hiring grants to put 1,777 new 
officers on the beat and $520,000,000 for Edward Byrne Memorial 
Justice Assistance Grants.
    The Committee's recommendation also includes a record 
$468,000,000 in funding for Violence Against Women Act [VAWA] 
programs to combat domestic and dating violence, sexual assault 
and stalking. The Committee recommends $166,000,000 to 
strengthen State and local government DNA collection and 
analysis systems, which is vital to successfully prosecuting 
the guilty and protecting the innocent from wrongful 
conviction. The Committee recommendation provides $50,000,000 
for activities authorized under the Second Chance Act of 2007 
to facilitate the successful reentry of prisoners into 
communities following incarceration.
    The Committee's recommendation ensures that the FBI has 
sufficient resources to support its duel mission to fight both 
traditional crime and terrorism. The Committee is pleased to 
note that the budget request does not propose to reduce the 
number of special agents devoted to criminal investigations, as 
it has done in prior years. The Committee is concerned that the 
FBI must have sufficient resources to address emerging criminal 
investigation requirements, including those to address violent 
crime and other crimes against our most vulnerable individuals. 
Accordingly, the Committee provides the President's full budget 
request of $535,000,000 to support 143 additional special 
agents, 157 attorneys, and 385 professional staff to 
investigate mortgage fraud.
    Fighting Crimes Against Children.--The Committee has 
provided substantial resources to protect our children from 
predators. The recommendation includes $399,100,000 for 
Department of Justice efforts to prevent, investigate, and 
prosecute crimes against children. This recommendation fully 
supports the critical Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety 
Act.
    Competitiveness.--This bill makes critical investments in 
scientific research and technology to improve America's 
competitiveness. The Committee has followed the recommendations 
of the National Academy of Sciences', ``Rising Above the 
Gathering Storm'' report, making significant investments in our 
science agencies that will pay dividends for our future.
    Research.--The Committee recommends funding for research 
that will create new products and processes that support job 
creation. Specifically, the Committee recommends investing over 
$940,806,000 in the National Institute of Standards and 
Technology [NIST] for highly leveraged research that will 
contribute to the development of new innovative products and 
processes. The Committee also provides over $7,300,000,000 for 
basic research through the National Science Foundation [NSF].
    Space Exploration and Scientific Discovery.--In 1958, when 
Sputnik was launched, it inspired quick action on the part of a 
worried Nation. The United States responded with the National 
Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA] not just as a 
foreign policy statement but also to support a program of 
peaceful scientific discovery. Today, NASA is still an engine 
driving America's economic competitiveness.
    The Committee's recommendation provides $19,000,000,000 for 
NASA. This funding is recommended to support a balanced space 
program that will reinvest in scientific discovery to: improve 
our understanding and ability to predict changes in the Earth 
and its climate; make air travel safer and more efficient; and 
make highest and best use of the International Space Station 
[ISS] laboratory for discoveries that will improve life on 
Earth. The bill makes a real investment in the scientists, 
engineers, and supporting workforce inside NASA its partners. 
It supports the transition of the current human spaceflight 
workforce to a restructured program that will build a heavy 
lift rocket and capsule to reach beyond low-Earth orbit, as 
well as the growing commercial workforce that will deliver 
cargo, and possibly astronauts, to the ISS. These investments 
in NASA will inspire and teach our next generation of 
scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs, create jobs today, and 
fuel the discoveries of new products tomorrow.
    Education.--The ``Rising Above the Gathering Storm'' report 
emphasized that the future of U.S. competitiveness rests on our 
Nation's ability to train the next generation of scientists and 
engineers. For this reason, the Committee has invested over 
$892,000,000 in NSF education and training programs. This is a 
critical investment to ensure that our Nation leads the world 
in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics from 
kindergarten to post graduate levels.
    Investing in an Innovation Friendly Government.--The bill 
provides important funding to ensure that we have a Government 
that protects our inventions. The Committee recommends the full 
budget request of $2,321,724,000 for the Patent and Trademark 
Office [USPTO] to protect the intellectual property of our 
inventors. In addition, the Committee has provided language to 
allow the USPTO to access up to $100,000,000 in additional fees 
should they become available in fiscal year 2010. The Committee 
has been troubled by the backlog of patent applications and the 
time it takes to process them.
    Climate Change.--The Commerce, Justice, and science 
appropriations bill protects our planet by funding the science 
used to monitor and predict changes in Earth's climate. Through 
the science conducted at the National Aeronautics and Space 
Administration [NASA], the National Science Foundation [NSF], 
and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA], 
this bill funds over 80 percent of Federal climate change 
science. Several satellites that provide critical climate and 
weather information are on borrowed time. For this reason, the 
Committee has recommended over $1,800,000,000 for NASA's Earth 
science missions, which will put all four Earth science 
missions recommended by the National Academies by 2017 and 
$641,900,000 for NASA science to better understand how the Sun 
affects the Earth. In addition, the Committee recommends 
$1,918,796,000 to fund our next generation climate and weather 
satellites that are important to understanding changes in our 
planet's climate.

                    Fighting Waste, Fraud, and Abuse

    The departments, agencies, boards, and commissions funded 
in this bill can and should significantly reduce operating 
expenses by placing greater scrutiny on overhead costs. Savings 
can and should be achieved by reducing non-essential travel, 
office supply, rent, and utility costs. The Committee directs 
each department, agency, board, and commission funded in this 
bill to develop a plan to reduce such costs by at least 10 
percent in fiscal year 2011. Plans to achieve this savings in 
fiscal year 2011 should be submitted to the Committee no later 
than 30 days after enactment of this act.
    The Committee has also reduced official reception and 
representation funds by more than 25 percent. Modest 
representation funds are provided for agency executives to 
provide necessary courtesies to our diplomatic partners and out 
of respect for fallen officers, or to mark historic occasions 
such as space exploration missions or stunning discoveries. 
However, savings can and should be achieved by reducing the 
costs of executive meetings, receptions, ceremonies, and 
conferences, and purchasing fewer promotional items such as t-
shirts, hats, mugs, key chains, and other similar items.
    The Committee is extremely concerned about the persistent 
pattern of cost overruns and schedule slippages on major 
projects and missions carried out by the agencies within this 
bill. In addition, reports have exposed a culture within many 
agencies that exhibits a lack of accountability and oversight 
of grant funding.
    Therefore, the Committee has recommended three bill-wide 
provisions to ensure greater oversight and fiscal 
responsibility of taxpayer dollars. First, the bill requires 
each agency to notify the Committee immediately upon 
identification of program cost overruns greater than 10 
percent. Second, the bill requires the Inspectors General of 
the Departments of Commerce and Justice, NASA, NSF and the 
Legal Services Corporation to conduct reviews of grant and 
contract funds to ensure funds are being spent appropriately.
    Third, the bill requires each department, agency, board, 
and commission funded in this act to report spending on large 
conferences, with costs in excess of $20,000 each, to to the 
Inspectors General for audit.
    Finally, the Committee intends to continue to work with the 
Government Accountability Office [GAO] to review selected 
large-scale acquisition and construction projects. 
Specifically, the Committee requests that GAO develop a plan 
for ongoing reviews of such projects, with reports to the 
Committee on a biannual basis. Agencies shall provide access to 
all necessary data, as determined by GAO, in order for the 
reviews to be completed and provided in a timely manner to the 
Committee. The Committee believes that these project status 
reports are valuable in identifying cost overrun and schedule 
slippage problems early, so they can be addressed immediately.

            Reprogrammings, Reorganizations, and Relocations

    Section 505 contained in the ``General Provisions'' of 
title V provides procedures for the reprogramming of funds. To 
reprogram is to change the use of funds from the specific 
purposes provided for in the act and the accompanying report 
or, in the absence of direction from the Committee on 
Appropriations, from the specific purposes provided for in the 
administration's budget request. Each title of the bill has 
also traditionally included separate provisions that define 
permissible transfers of resources between appropriation 
accounts. These transfer authority provisions are also pursuant 
to section 505, and were initiated in the early 1990s to 
provide additional flexibility to the agencies under the 
subcommittee's jurisdiction.
    The Committee expects each department and agency to closely 
follow the reprogramming procedures listed in section 505, 
which are the same as provisions that applied in statute during 
fiscal year 2010. These procedures apply to funds provided 
under this act, or provided under previous appropriations acts 
that remain available for obligation or expenditure in fiscal 
year 2011, or provided from any accounts in the Treasury 
available to the agencies funded by this act. Section 505 
requires that the Committee on Appropriations be notified by 
letter, at least 15 days prior to reprogramming of funds, 
whether permanent or temporary, in excess of $500,000 or 10 
percent, whichever is less, between programs, projects or 
activities. This provision is also applicable in cases where 
several activities are involved with each receiving less than 
$500,000. In addition, the Committee is to be notified of 
reprogramming actions which are less than these amounts if such 
actions would have the effect of: committing the agency to 
significant funding requirements in future years; increasing 
funds or personnel by any means for any project or activity for 
which funds have been previously denied or restricted by 
Congress; creating new programs, offices, agencies or 
commissions or substantially augmenting existing programs, 
offices, agencies or commissions; relocating offices or 
employees; or reorganizing offices, programs, or activities.
    The Committee also expects that any items that are subject 
to interpretation will be reported. The Committee is concerned 
that, in some instances, the departments or agencies funded 
within this appropriations act are not adhering to the 
Committee's reprogramming guidelines that are clearly set forth 
in this report and in section 505 of the accompanying bill. The 
Committee expects that each department and agency funded in the 
bill will follow these notification policies precisely and will 
not reallocate resources or reorganize activities prior to 
submitting the required notifications to the Committee.
    The reprogramming process is based on comity between the 
Appropriations Committee and the executive branch. The 
Commerce, Justice, science, and related agencies appropriations 
bill provides specific program guidance throughout this report 
and tables accompanying the bill. The process is intended to 
provide flexibility to meet changing circumstances and 
emergency requirements of agencies, if there is agreement 
between the executive branch and the Congress that such a 
change is warranted. Reprogramming procedures provide a means 
to agree on adjustments, if necessary, during a fiscal year, 
and to ensure that the Committee is kept apprised of instances 
where nonappropriated resources are used to meet program 
requirements, such as fee collections and unobligated balances 
that were not considered in the development of the 
appropriations legislation.
    In the absence of comity and respect for the prerogatives 
of the Appropriations Committees and Congress in general, the 
Committee will have no choice but to include specific program 
limitations and details legislatively. Under these 
circumstances, programs, projects, and activities become 
absolutes and the executive branch shall lose the ability to 
propose changes in the use of appropriated funds through the 
reprogramming process between programs, projects, and 
activities without seeking some form of legislative action.
    The Committee expects the executive branch departments to 
manage its programs, projects and activities within the levels 
appropriated. Reprogramming or transfer requests shall be 
submitted only in the case of an unforeseen emergency or 
situation that could not have been anticipated when formulating 
the budget request for the current fiscal year.

                  Congressional Budget Justifications

    The Committee directs that all departments and agencies 
funded within this bill shall submit all of their fiscal year 
2012 budget justifications concurrently with the official 
submission of the administration's budget to Congress. Further, 
all departments and agencies with classified programs funded 
within this act are directed to submit their classified budget 
justification documents to the Senate Committee on 
Appropriations, through appropriate means at the same time the 
unclassified budget justifications are transmitted.
    These justifications shall include a sufficient level of 
detailed data, exhibits and explanatory statements to support 
the appropriations requests, including tables that outline each 
agency's programs, projects, and activities for fiscal years 
2011 and 2012. The Committee directs the chief financial 
officer of each department or agency funded in this act 
jurisdiction to ensure that adequate justification is given to 
each increase, decrease, staffing and function change proposed 
in the fiscal year 2012 budget, particularly within the 
departmental operations and management accounts.
    The Committee is concerned that many of the budget 
submissions are inadequate and necessitate multiple requests 
for additional information. This process is inefficient and 
unnecessarily delays access to information that is fundamental 
to the work of the Committee. The Committee expects that the 
fiscal year 2012 submissions will include sufficient detail to 
justify all programs, projects and activities contained in each 
department, agency or commission budget request. Budget 
justifications are prepared not for the use of the agencies but 
are the primary tool of the Committee to evaluate the resource 
requirements and proposals requested by the administration.

                Noncareer Personnel Reductions-in-Force

    The Committee directs departments or agencies funded in the 
accompanying bill that are planning to conduct a reduction-in-
force [RIF] to notify the Committee in writing 30 days in 
advance of the date of the proposed personnel action.

                        Appropriations Liaisons

    The Committee prefers to channel the majority of its 
inquiries and requests for information and assistance through 
the budget offices or comptroller offices of the departments 
and agencies which it oversees, but reserves the right to call 
upon any individual or organization in any agency under its 
jurisdiction.

                                TITLE I

                         DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

    The Committee recommends a total of $8,987,500,000 for the 
Department of Commerce [DOC]. The recommendation is 
$5,047,723,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted level, 
excluding supplemental appropriations, and $20,000,000 above 
the budget request.
    The Department of Commerce is a major innovation engine for 
this Nation. Few other departments in the U.S. Government have 
all the elements in one place to keep America competitive in 
this new economy. DOC's science and research programs find new 
ways to solve today's problems and anticipate tomorrow's 
challenges. New research brings new technology, and DOC 
develops new standards and partners with industry to keep 
citizens safe and manufacturers on the right track. These new 
technologies and ideas deserve protection, and DOC preserves 
intellectual property for our Nation's creative thinkers--small 
and big business alike. Once ready for global marketplace, DOC 
establishes trade agreements, sending new ideas into the 
marketplace while protecting our workers and helping businesses 
create jobs at home. The Department monitors progress through 
statistical analysis, economic monitoring and periodic census.
    As a leader in America's competitiveness, DOC needs 
realistic funding, proper management, and oversight to keep the 
United States scientifically relevant and technologically 
innovative in the global marketplace. Yet the Committee is 
aware that recent spending bills coupled with systemic problems 
have heightened the enormous fiscal responsibilities already 
facing the Department and exposed it to further challenges. The 
Committee's recommendations in this bill ensure that DOC has 
the funding to carry out its mission and mandates so that this 
new administration has realistic goals for which to be 
adequately held accountable in the years ahead.
    In 2011, the Committee entrusts the Department will ensure 
USPTO has the resources it needs to process applications 
timely, keep staff on board, and continue issuing patents and 
trademarks to give American inventors incentives to stay 
innovative.
    The Committee will continue to examine NOAA's satellite 
programs which have undergone extensive independent reviews 
after experiencing cost overruns, delays, and setbacks. 
Satellite acquisitions account for approximately one-third of 
NOAA's budget, with over $819,439,000 requested in 2011. They 
are critical to predicting the weather and observing changes in 
the Earth's climate. More importantly, satellites help save 
lives and save the planet. The committee wants to know how the 
Department plans to restructure its polar satellite program and 
maintain proper oversight of all satellite programs and their 
associated contractors.

                   International Trade Administration


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $446,765,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     534,265,000
Committee recommendation................................     524,265,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $524,265,000. The 
recommendation is $77,500,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $10,000,000 below the budget request.
    The Committee recommendations, by function, are displayed 
in the following table:

               INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION FUNDING
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                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
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Manufacturing and Services............................       $55,085,000
Market Access and Compliance..........................        54,753,000
Import Administration.................................        72,412,000
Trade Promotion and U.S. Foreign Commercial Services..       313,802,000
Executive Direction...................................        28,213,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total Direct Obligations........................       524,265,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Offsetting Fee Collections.--The Committee's recommendation 
adopts the proposed offsetting fee collections of $9,439,000, 
which the Committee believes is realistic and achievable.
    National Export Initiative.--The Committee recognizes the 
importance of the National Export Initiative [NEI] and supports 
a large majority of the request for this new trade campaign 
especially since the administration followed the Committee's 
direction to enhance the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service, a 
valuable but underutilized asset of the Federal Government. An 
additional key component of the NEI, which DOC is directed to 
set as an added priority, is better enforcement and compliance 
of existing trade agreements to ensure American exporters can 
overcome trade barriers overseas.
    U.S. Foreign Commercial Service.--The ranks of the U.S. 
Foreign Commercial Service [FCS] have remained stagnant for 
several years stemming from previous lackluster requests. Now, 
the FCS will serve as the personnel backbone of the NEI, and 
the Committee directs the Department to increase FCS's role 
overseas. However, the Committee also cautions the Department 
to better plan for the how ITA will reasonably grow the FSC and 
incorporate such a large influx of new personnel. A preliminary 
Government Accountability Office [GAO] report recently noted 
that ITA lacks key planning elements including a clear sense of 
strategic direction to determine its workforce needs for the 
NEI. To avoid cost overruns associated with personnel, ITA is 
directed to provide the Committee with a report within 30 days 
of enactment of this act that will include a detailed workforce 
plan and tighter cost estimates, as well as a specific 
management plan to how the agencies will manage FSC's financial 
and workforces resources.
    Appalachian-Turkish Trade Project.--The Committee continues 
to recognize the importance of trade and investment 
opportunities to the Appalachian Region, and it is encouraged 
by the findings in reports that Appalachian firms could find 
significant trade and investment opportunities, particularly in 
the energy, hardwood, high technology, and transportation 
sectors, in the Republic of Turkey and the surrounding region. 
In this regard, the Committee supports the Appalachian-Turkish 
Trade Project [ATTP], a project to promote opportunities to 
expand trade, encourage business interests, stimulate foreign 
studies, and build a lasting and mutually meaningful 
relationship between Appalachian States and the Republic of 
Turkey, as well as neighboring countries in the region, such as 
Greece. The Committee commends the FCS for its leadership role 
in helping to implement the mission of the ATTP. The Committee 
expects the FCS to continue to be a prominent ATTP sponsor.
    World Trade Organization.--The Committee is aware of the 
World Trade Organization [WTO] Appellate Body's January 16, 
2003, ruling regarding the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset 
Act. The Committee directs the Department of Commerce, in 
consultation with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, 
to conduct negotiations within the WTO to seek express 
recognition of the existing right of WTO Members to distribute 
monies collected from anti-dumping and countervailing duties as 
they deem appropriate. The agency shall consult with and 
provide regular reports, every 60 days, to the Senate Committee 
on Appropriations on the negotiations.
    In addition, the Committee directs that negotiations be 
conducted within the WTO consistent with the negotiating 
objectives contained in the Trade Act of 2002, Public Law 107-
210, to maintain strong U.S. trade remedies laws, prevent 
overreaching by WTO Panels and the WTO Appellate Body, and 
prevent the creation of obligations never negotiated or agreed 
to by the United States.
    The Committee provides $1,100,000 for congressionally 
designated projects, and directs the ITA to refrain from 
charging administrative costs to these grants. The Committee 
expects that ITA will provide appropriate management and 
oversight of each grant.

                                       INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION
                                      [Congressionally designated projects]
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             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
John H. Chafee Center for           Rhode Island Export            Establish an export                  $500,000
 International Business,             Development Program (RIEDP).   development center.
 Smithfield,  RI.
Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of    Small Business Latin American  Support trade missions and           $100,000
 Commerce Services, Philadelphia,    Trade and Education Pro-       training seminars to help
 PA.                                 gram.                          Latino businesses.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln,     International Trade Scholars   Establish a graduate-level           $500,000
 Lincoln, NE.                        Program.                       program to train students in
                                                                    a broad array of
                                                                    international trade issues.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                    Bureau of Industry and Security


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $100,342,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     113,106,000
Committee recommendation................................     113,106,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $113,106,000 for 
the Bureau of Industry and Security [BIS]. The recommendation 
is $12,764,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the 
same as the budget request.
    BIS is the principal agency involved in the development, 
implementation, and enforcement of export controls for dual-use 
technologies. The Export Enforcement Division detects, 
prevents, investigates, and assists in the sanctioning of 
illegal dual-use exports.
    Amounts provided under this heading match the 
administration's request for export administration, export 
enforcement, and management and policy coordination. These 
funds are provided to ensure BIS has the necessary resources to 
reduce security threats, ensure America's technological pre-
eminence, and improve the recruiting and retention of qualified 
personnel.

                  Economic Development Administration

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $293,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     286,181,000
Committee recommendation................................     280,181,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $280,181,000 for 
the Economic Development Administration [EDA]. The 
recommendation is $12,819,000 below the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $6,000,000 below the budget request.
    The EDA provides grants to local governments and nonprofit 
agencies for public works, planning, and other projects 
designed to facilitate economic development. Funding amounts 
for the two appropriations accounts under this heading are 
displayed below.

                ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $255,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     246,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     240,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $240,000,000 for 
Economic Development Assistance Programs. The recommendation is 
$15,000,000 below the fiscal year 2010 level and $6,000,000 
below the budget request. The Committee expects EDA to use all 
available carryover and prior year recoveries to the maximum 
extent possible.
    The purpose of Economic Development Assistance Programs 
[EDAP] is to stimulate employment and increase incomes in areas 
that are characterized by underutilized resources which, if put 
to productive use, can contribute to greater national 
productivity and balanced national economic growth. The 
structural economic problems of various geographic areas, 
though having distinct characteristics, are interrelated. Thus, 
an effective Federal economic development program must 
transcend the conventional conceptions of urban and rural 
development by addressing all geographic areas within a 
framework of national priorities and resources.
    The Committee supports the President's initiatives within 
economic adjustment grants to further develop regional 
innovation clusters and business incubators, which are intended 
to leverage emerging technologies and research to bolster U.S. 
competitiveness.
    The Committee is aware of the exceptionally large 
geographic area of Hawaii and the American Pacific, which is 
served by the Hawaii Economic Development Administration office 
and the increasing demands for services in the area, and 
recommends increased staff support for this field office.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $38,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      40,181,000
Committee recommendation................................      40,181,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $40,181,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $2,181,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the same as the budget 
request.
    The Committee continues to support EDA's regional offices 
and reiterates its commitment to continuing the current 
operational structure with the six regional offices in Atlanta, 
Austin, Chicago, Denver, Philadelphia, and Seattle. The 
Committee's recommendation fully funds the request for the 
Salaries and Expenses appropriation which provides adequate 
funding to begin filling vacancies within the regional offices. 
The Committee again directs that vacancies within the regional 
offices be filled prior to any vacancies within headquarters.

                  Minority Business Development Agency


                     MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $31,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      32,316,000
Committee recommendation................................      32,316,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $32,316,000 for the 
Minority Business Development Agency [MBDA]. The recommendation 
is $816,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and is the 
same as the budget request. The Committee is encouraged that 
the administration not only supports, but also increases 
funding for the Office of Native American Business Development. 
The Committee further directs the office to utilize the 
assistance of the Native American Business Enterprise Centers 
to help fulfill its obligations to expand business development, 
trade promotion and tourism opportunities for Indian tribes and 
other Native American entities.

                ECONOMIC AND INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE


                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $97,255,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     113,200,000
Committee recommendation................................     110,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $110,000,000 for 
Economic and Statistical Analysis. The recommendation is 
$12,745,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$3,200,000 below the budget request.
    Economic and Statistical Analysis [ESA] encompasses the 
collection, tabulation, and publication of a wide variety of 
economic, demographic, and social statistics and provides 
support to the Secretary of Commerce and other Government 
officials in interpreting the state of the economy and 
developing economic policy. The Committee's recommendation 
provides $10,353,000 for new initiatives proposed by the 
agency.

                          Bureau of the Census

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $7,324,731,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,266,979,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,244,679,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,244,679,000 for 
the Census Bureau. The recommendation is $6,080,052,000 below 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and $22,300,000 below the 
budget request.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $259,024,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     280,364,000
Committee recommendation................................     280,364,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $280,364,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $21,340,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and is equal to the budget 
request. This account provides for the salaries and expenses 
associated with the statistical programs of the Bureau of the 
Census, including measurement of the Nation's economy and the 
demographic characteristics of the population. These programs 
are intended to provide a broad base of economic, demographic, 
and social information used for decision-making by governments, 
private organizations, and individuals.

                     PERIODIC CENSUSES AND PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $7,065,707,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     986,359,000
Committee recommendation................................     964,059,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $964,059,000 for 
periodic censuses and programs. The recommendation is 
$6,101,648,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$22,300,000 below the budget request.
    This account provides for the constitutionally mandated 
decennial census and other programs which are cyclical in 
nature. Additionally, individual surveys are conducted for 
other Federal agencies on a reimbursable basis.
    Periodic Census Programs.--The Committee's recommendation 
supports the Bureau's efforts to improve information security 
and data management, but the Committee remains concerned about 
the Bureau's ability to contain costs. The Committee's 
recommendation provides $2,000,000 for the Office of the 
Inspector General [OIG] to continue oversight and audits of the 
2010 decennial operations, continuing to provide the Bureau and 
Congress with independent recommendations for improving 
operations which will be useful for the next decennial census.
    2020 Decennial Census.--As the 2010 decennial census 
concludes, preparations are already underway for the 2020 
decennial census operations. The Committee directs the Bureau 
to seriously examine lessons-learned from this recent decennial 
census to create more cost-effective operations.
    The constitutional mandate to count every person in the 
United States has changed little since the first decennial 
census in 1790, yet the level of Federal spending used to carry 
out this action has expanded exponentially larger than our 
population has grown, especially over the last few decades. For 
example, the recent 2010 decennial census will cost taxpayers 
an estimated $14,800,000,000; an increase of 81 percent above 
the 2000 census level despite the fact that the number of 
households counted only increased by 14 percent. This 
juxtaposition reinforces the Committee's belief that decennial 
census operations have become unwieldy. Moreover, advancements 
in technology have little effect on improving operational 
costs, and technical problems during the 2010 census, such as 
inoperable handheld computers, only exacerbated cost overruns. 
Had the Bureau opted to conduct an old fashioned paper-based 
operation from the beginning, taxpayers might have actually 
paid less for this most recent decennial census.
    Looking forward, the Bureau has a fresh opportunity to 
prove that Government can work smarter and save the taxpayers 
money by streamlining operations, eliminating wasteful 
processes, providing sounder financial oversight, and taking 
better advantage of technology, especially in information 
gathering and data management. Therefore, the Committee directs 
the Bureau to consider budgeting for the 2020 decennial census 
at a level less than the 2010 Census and further consider 
spending less than the 2000 Census. Within 90 days of enactment 
of this act, the Bureau shall provide the Committee with a 
report that includes a 10-year strategic and budgetary plan for 
achieving this goal along with descriptions of how the Bureau 
can save money compared to the 2010 decennial census and 
descriptions of any challenges the Bureau anticipates that 
could prevent it from staying below the 2010 or even the 2000 
spending level.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $39,999,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      45,525,000
Committee recommendation................................      57,825,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $57,825,000. The 
recommendation is $17,826,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $12,300,000 above the budget request.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $19,999,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      21,825,000
Committee recommendation................................      21,825,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $21,825,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $1,826,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the same as the budget 
request.
    The Committee retains language from previous years allowing 
the Secretary of Commerce to collect reimbursements from other 
Federal agencies for a portion of the cost of coordination of 
spectrum management, analysis, and operations. The National 
Telecommunications and Information Administration shall submit 
a report to the Senate Committee on Appropriations no later 
than June 1, 2011, detailing the collection of reimbursements 
from other agencies related to spectrum management, analyses, 
and research.

    PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, PLANNING, AND CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $20,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................................
Committee recommendation................................      20,000,000

    The Committee provides $20,000,000 for Public 
Telecommunications Facilities, Planning, and Construction 
[PTFPC] grants. The recommendation is equal to the fiscal year 
2010 funding level and $20,000,000 above the budget request.

               BROADBAND TECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITIES PROGRAM

                        ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     $23,700,000
Committee recommendation................................      16,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $16,000,000 for 
administrative expenses of the Broadband Technology 
Opportunities Program [BTOP]. The recommendation is $16,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and $7,700,000 below 
the President's request.
    The Committee continues to require strong public 
transparency regarding how funds are spent and expects to 
receive quarterly reports regarding grant activities. The 
Committee has provided bill language to transfer funding to the 
Office of Inspector General for the express purpose of 
conducting continual audit engagements and oversight of BTOP.
    Minority Serving Institutions Digital and Wireless 
Opportunity Program.--Not later than 60 days after enactment of 
this act, the Secretary of Commerce shall submit to the 
Committee a report describing the Department's plans to support 
and assist minority serving institutions [MSIs] in improving 
their instrumentation, connectivity, hardware, and software for 
instructional and research purposes as contemplated by the 
amendments to the Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 
1980. The Committee also encourages the Secretary to work with 
MSIs national stakeholder organizations in developing such 
strategies.

               United States Patent and Trademark Office


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,887,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   2,321,724,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,321,724,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,321,724,000 for 
the United States Patent and Trademark Office [USPTO], which is 
equal to the budget request, to be derived from offsetting fee 
collections.
    USPTO is the central hub of an innovation friendly 
Government. USPTO examines patent applications, grants patent 
protection for qualified inventions, and disseminates 
technological information disclosed in patents. USPTO also 
examines trademark applications and provides Federal 
registration to owners of qualified trademarks. The USPTO is 
subject to the policy direction of the Secretary of Commerce, 
but the agency has independent control of its budget, 
expenditures, personnel, procurement and other administrative 
and management functions. Patent laws administered by the USPTO 
encourage invention, innovation, and investment. The USPTO 
plays a critical role in promoting the continued development of 
intellectual property of the Nation. For established companies, 
new patents improve competitiveness, increase productivity, 
help bring new products and services to market, and create 
jobs.
    Fee Collections Projections.--The Committee directs the 
USPTO to provide quarterly reports on its projected fee 
collections and to notify the Committee during any month when 
significant changes in such projections prompt serious concern 
or require drastic budgetary responses.
    Patent Pendency and Backlog.--The Committee remains 
concerned by the lack of progress toward reducing patent 
pendency and the overall patent backlog. As such the Committee 
has provided bill language to transfer funding to the Office of 
Inspector General for the express purpose of conducting 
continual audit engagements and oversight at the USPTO.
    Any deviations from the funding distribution provided for 
in this act, including carryover balances, are subject to the 
standard reprogramming procedures set forth in section 505 of 
this act. In addition, 60 days after the date of enactment of 
this act, the USPTO shall submit to the Committee a spending 
plan for fiscal year 2011. This spending plan shall incorporate 
all carryover balances from previous fiscal years, and describe 
any changes to the patent or trademark fee structure.
    Overseas Patent Protection and Small Businesses.--
Protecting U.S. patents can be very costly when the protection 
extends to foreign countries especially non-English speaking 
counties where translation is required. Once filed, a company 
only has 18 months to acquire the resources to protect patents 
overseas. For large companies, this practice is financially 
manageable, but small businesses must acquire sufficient 
venture capital to afford international patenting costs, 
usually at the expense of creating new jobs or expanding their 
innovation on new ventures. Given today's global marketplace, 
U.S.-only patent holdings are no longer sufficiently lucrative 
and protection outside the United States may mean the 
difference between success and failure for some companies. One 
tool that could help these small businesses protect their 
intellectual property would be to establish a revolving Federal 
fund for international patent protection where U.S. companies 
could apply for financial support to help offset patent 
protection costs. The fund could be replenished by the 
successful return on investment once the patents are awarded 
and the company grows.
    The Committee directs the Department of Commerce, working 
with the USPTO and the International Trade Administration to 
provide the Committee with a report within 90 days of enactment 
of this act with recommendations on how best to help small 
businesses with international patent protection. If such a fund 
is a reasonable option, the Department should recommend an 
initial level of appropriations, and how the fund could be 
managed. The Department should included suggested criteria for 
who would be eligible to apply for the program, what criteria 
companies would be selected to receive funding, and how the 
fund could become financially self-sufficient. If a fund is not 
a suitable option, then the Department should provide other 
suggestions that could achieve the same solutions to the 
problem these small businesses face.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $856,600,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     918,900,000
Committee recommendation................................     968,100,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $968,100,000 for 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST]. The 
recommendation is $111,500,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $49,200,000 above the budget request.
    The recommendation provides that up to $9,000,000 may be 
transferred from the Scientific and Technical Research and 
Services account to the Working Capital Fund, which the NIST 
uses to purchase equipment for its laboratories.
    NIST's mission is to promote U.S. innovation and industrial 
competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, 
and technology in ways that enhance economic security and 
improve our quality of life. It carries out its mission in four 
complementary programs.
    A description of each NIST account and the corresponding 
Committee recommendation follows in the subsequent three 
headings.

             SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $515,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     584,500,000
Committee recommendation................................     584,500,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $584,500,000. The 
recommendation is $69,500,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table with specific increases described:

   SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES, DIRECT OBLIGATIONS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National measurement and standards laboratories.........        $557,475
Baldridge National Quality Program......................           9,854
Corporate Services......................................          17,171
                                                         ---------------
      Total STRS........................................         584,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Scientific and Technical Research account funds NIST 
Laboratories, which provide the measurement science and 
physical standards critical to supporting technology 
infrastructure for U.S. innovation. NIST is one of the science 
agencies supported by the America COMPETES Act of 2007 (Public 
Law 110-69), doubling funding for basic research over 10 years. 
The recommendation supports many of the administration's new 
initiatives, increasing research funding by more than 13 
percent over the 2010 fiscal year level.
    National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.--The Committee 
is aware of investments being made to secure our Nation's 
national and defense industrial base to the growing threat from 
cyber attacks. While a number of Federal agencies play a role 
in this important area of information assurance, the Committee 
notes that NIST, as the Nation's standard setting entity, plays 
a critical role in this area because NIST is the only Federal 
lab whose mission is to collaborate with the private sector on 
standards. The Committee directs the Director of NIST to 
establish and operate a National Cybersecurity Center of 
Excellence [NCCOE] at the level of $10,000,000 from within 
funds provided in addition to $15,500,000 requested by the 
administration for Cybersecurity for Emerging Technologies and 
Threats. The NCCOE should be organized to support the full 
range of cybersecurity requirements of Federal agencies, State 
and local governments, academia, and the private sector. Its 
primary focus should be on technology transfer, research and 
development, an information clearinghouse, and certification of 
cyber solutions and systems. The Committee recommends that the 
center include representation from the most relevant Federal 
Government agencies, key State government-level representation, 
specifically those States that are home of key Federal agencies 
with strong cyber missions, and include representatives from 
the academic and private sectors, to ensure that the NCCOE 
fulfills its mission to connect a wide variety of nationally 
significant cybersecurity efforts. Of the funds provided, 
$6,650,000 should be for internal NIST requirements to staff 
and scale up the center, and $3,350,000 shall be allocated on a 
merit-based competitive basis for activities with relevant non-
Federal entities, with particular interest to States with key 
private sector partnerships that can help NIST develop the 
standards, protocols and pilot initiatives to help ensure cyber 
defense solutions in key parts of the national economy.
    The Committee includes funding within the amounts provided 
for Strategic Measurement Partnerships for the following 
congressionally designated projects, and directs the National 
Institute of Standards and Technology to refrain from charging 
administrative costs to these grants. The Committee expects 
that the National Institute of Standards and Technology will 
provide appropriate management and oversight of each grant.

         NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY--SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES
                                      [Congressionally designated projects]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rhode Island School of Design,      Facility for Advanced          Research equipment and               $750,000
 Providence, RI.                     Visualization Technologies.    personnel.
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI  Hawaii Open Supercomputing     Collaborative effort to            $3,000,000
                                     Center (HOSC) and Coral        understand coral disease.
                                     Biodiversity.
University of Kentucky, Lexington,  University of Kentucky         Research into the performance        $275,000
 KY.                                 Evaluation of Firefighter      of firefighter turnout gear.
                                     Turnout Gear for Safety.
University of Rhode Island,         Rhode Island Consortium for    Equipment and personnel for        $1,250,000
 Kingston, RI.                       Nanoscience and Nanotechno-    nanotechnology research.
                                     logy.
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                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $194,600,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     209,600,000
Committee recommendation................................     199,600,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $199,600,000 for 
Industrial Technology Services [ITS]. The recommendation is 
$5,000,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$10,000,000 below the budget request. Supporting the Nation's 
manufacturers, especially small businesses, is critical to 
keeping America innovative in a global marketplace.
    The Technology Innovation Program [TIP], created by the 
America COMPETES Act of 2007, is currently at point of 
transition. While the program provides a unique set of tools to 
promote technological innovation outside of the normal range of 
mission oriented government innovation programs. However, at 
its current and projected funding levels, the program is under 
resourced to stimulate widespread transformational 
technological innovation. The Committee therefore provides 
funding only to continue existing awards, and notes that NIST 
must make a decision about the future of the program that makes 
highest and best use of limited funding.

                  CONSTRUCTION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $147,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     124,800,000
Committee recommendation................................     156,706,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $156,706,000 for 
construction of research facilities. The recommendation is 
$9,706,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$31,906,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee directs NIST to provide quarterly reports on 
the status of all construction projects.
    The recommendation funds the highest priority safety, 
capacity, maintenance, and repair projects at NIST.
    JILA Expansion.--The Committee provides $2,000,000 for NIST 
to complete the JILA expansion.
    The Committee provides $48,000,000 for congressionally 
designated projects, and directs NIST to refrain from charging 
administrative costs to these grants. The Committee expects 
that NIST will provide appropriate management and oversight of 
each grant.

         NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECHNOLOGY--SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL RESEARCH AND SERVICES
                                      [Congressionally designated projects]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mississippi State University,       Life Sciences                  Necessary laboratory space...      $4,000,000
 Starkville, MS.                     Commercialization Laboratory.
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa,  Interdisciplinary Science and  Construct an                      $30,000,000
 AL.                                 Engineering Teaching and       interdisciplinary science
                                     Research Corridor.             and engineering building.
University of Mississippi Medical   Mississippi Biotechnology      Commercialize new                  $8,000,000
 Center, Jackson, MS.                Research Park.                 technologies related to
                                                                    biotechnology.
University of Southern              Mississippi Polymer Institute  State-of-the-art technical         $6,000,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.                                      and scientific expertise for
                                                                    polymer-based research.
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            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $4,737,531,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,543,521,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,545,521,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $5,545,521,000 for 
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA]. The 
recommendation is $807,990,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $2,000,000 above the budget request.

                  OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $3,308,178,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   3,303,081,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,389,209,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $3,389,209,000 for 
NOAA's operations, research, and facilities. The recommendation 
is $81,031,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$86,128,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee provides separate funding for congressionally 
designated projects listed after the obligation tables for: the 
National Ocean Service; National Marine Fisheries Service; 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, National Weather Service; 
National Environmental, Satellite Data, and Information 
Service; and Program Support. The Committee directs NOAA to 
refrain from charging administrative costs to these grants and 
expects NOAA to provide appropriate management and oversight of 
each grant.

                      NOAA NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE

    The Committee recommends $501,940,000 for the National 
Ocean Service [NOS]. NOS programs provide scientific, 
technical, and management expertise to promote safe navigation; 
assess the health of coastal and marine resources; respond to 
natural and human-induced threats; and preserve the coastal 
ocean and global environments.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

       NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Navigation Services:
    Mapping & Charting................................            49,850
    Hydrographic Research and Technology Development..             7,424
    Electronic Navigational Charts....................             6,128
    Shoreline Mapping.................................             2,424
    Address Survey Backlog/Contracts..................            31,173
    Geodesy...........................................            26,895
    National Height Modernization.....................             2,541
    Tide & Current Data...............................            29,715
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Navigation Services......................           156,150
                                                       =================
Ocean Resources Conservation and Assessment:
    Integrated Ocean Observing System--Regional                   27,045
     Observatories....................................
    NOAA IOOS.........................................             6,555
    Coastal Services Centers..........................            29,995
    Coastal Storms....................................             2,874
    Ocean Health Initiative...........................             4,000
    Coral Reef Programs...............................            29,000
    Marine Spatial Planning...........................             6,770
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Ocean Assessment Program (OAP)........           106,239
                                                       =================
Response and Restoration:
    Response and Restoration..........................            24,394
    Estuary Restoration Program.......................             3,000
    Marine Debris.....................................             4,250
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Response and Restoration..............            31,644
                                                       =================
National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS):
    NCCOS Headquarters................................             4,000
    Competitive External Research (HABs, Hypoxia and              19,000
     Regional Ecosystem)..............................
    Center for Coastal Environmental Health &                     11,300
     Biomolecular Research............................
    Oxford Cooperative Lab............................             4,500
    Center for Sponsored Coastal Ocean Research.......             2,760
    Center for Coastal Monitoring & Assessment........             7,200
    Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research.             5,000
    Marine Env. Health Research Lab--MEHRL............             3,640
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, National Centers for Coastal Ocean                57,400
       Science........................................
                                                       =================
      Total, Ocean Resources Conservation and                    195,283
       Assessment.....................................
                                                       =================
Ocean and Coastal Management:
    CZM Grants........................................            66,146
    CZM and Stewardship...............................             8,785
    National Estuarine Research Reserve System........            22,326
    Marine Protected Areas............................             3,000
    Energy Licensing and Appeals......................               750
    Marine Sanctuary Program Base.....................            49,500
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Ocean and Coastal Management.............           150,507
                                                       =================
      TOTAL NOS.......................................           501,940
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Integrated Ocean Observing System [IOOS].--The Committee 
recommends a total of $33,600,000 for IOOS, of which $6,555,000 
is for program administration; $24,000,000 is for a 
competitive, regional ocean observing systems solicitation of 
which any such solicitation should permit submission of one or 
more proposals from academic-based nonprofit organizations 
whose members cover three or more regions of the country; and 
$5,000,000 is for external funding to test and advance marine 
sensor technologies which includes, but is not limited to, 
supporting the existing consortium of sensor test beds already 
working with NOAA. While the Committee appreciates the 
administration's request of marine sensor funding as part of 
the NOS portfolio, the Committee is concerned that such funding 
was requested as a new initiative within the National Centers 
for Coastal Ocean Science [NCCOS] rather than in IOOS where 
sensor technology has received extensive support and direction 
from Congress.
    IOOS continues to demonstrate the value of regional 
partnerships to NOAA even as recently as the Deepwater Horizon 
oil spill. NOAA's trajectory forecasts of surface oil movement 
would not have been as accurate without the aid of IOOS's 
network of buoys and other marine instruments broadcasting 
constant environment information. Before NOAA embarks on new 
regional initiatives, the Committee directs the agency to 
strengthen existing programs within NOS that already partner 
with coastal and Great Lake States as part of their core 
mission.
    Coastal Services Center.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $29,995,000, of which $5,000,000 is for the Pacific 
Coastal Services Center which was reduced dramatically in the 
administration's request. The remainder of the increased 
funding is for the gulf coast and west coast service centers, 
and for requested new initiatives.
    The Committee appreciates the administration's new request 
for the Gulf of Mexico Marine Elevation Pilot program which 
champions the regional geospatial modeling grants. The 
Committee provides an additional $3,000,000 for a total of 
$5,000,000 for NOAA to continue issuing external competitive 
grants to researchers and resource managers to develop models 
or geographic information systems using existing geodetic, 
coastal remote sensing data, terrestrial gravity measurements, 
or other physical datasets.
    Ocean Health Initiative.--The Committee is disappointed 
with the administration's reduction in this valuable national 
program, and restores the fiscal year 2010 level of $4,000,000.
    NOAA's Oceans and Human Health Initiative [OHHI] is 
crucial, producing valuable tools and important environmental 
information to help ensure safe beaches, seafood, recreational 
and drinking waters, and has promoted the discovery of new 
pharmaceuticals with beneficial health products. New scientific 
knowledge and practical applications have greatly exceeded the 
relatively modest investment over recent years. However, the 
administration's abysmal request of only $1,000,000 continues 
to ignore Congress's recommendations about this program in 
previous years. This funding level does not maintain the 
program as anticipated by the Oceans and Human Health Act nor 
does it prepare our country for the ocean health risks facing 
our coastal and Great Lake communities. NOAA is directed to 
provide the Committee, within 60 days of enactment of this act, 
an updated programmatic plan, that includes realistic budget 
figures and justifications, on how NOAA and its Federal OHHI 
partners (the National Science Foundation and the National 
Institutes of Health) will create a more unified and more 
robust OHHI program.
    Response and Restoration.--The Committee is encouraged by 
NOAA's Office of Response and Restoration's [ORR] operational 
leadership demonstrated at the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. ORR 
has many seasoned professionals experienced in responding to 
hazardous spills across the country. ORR advises the U.S. Coast 
Guard and incident leaders on cleanup options, as well as 
advises affected Federal, State and local partners on sensitive 
marine resources at risk. However, the duration of this spill 
has demonstrated that the dedicated staff within ORR are over-
extended. The Committee is concerned that NOAA would struggle 
to respond to multiple significant hazardous spills 
simultaneously across the country given the relatively low 
amount of personnel and resources under the current funding 
level. Therefore, the Committee recommends additional funding 
to reinforce and build core capabilites. NOAA is directed to 
provide the Committee with a long-term budget plan that 
reflects an updated and more realistic core staffing and 
resource profile based on lessons learned from the Deepwater 
Horizon oil spill.
    By the summer 2011, the Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response 
Center [DRC] will be operational and become the scientific 
coordination center for the gulf coast region, serving as a 
premier coastal crisis support facility. The DRC will allow 
NOAA to apply relevant coastal and maritime services to support 
emergency decision makers whether they be public health 
officials, on-scene coordinators, fire chiefs, emergency 
management directors, or national security officials. Since the 
administration neglected to provide funding for this regional 
center, the Committee recommends $2,900,000 for initial 
operations, and expects NOAA to appropriately staff and fund 
the DRC in out-years to achieve operational capacity as the 
gulf coast hub for NOAA's emergency preparedness, response, and 
recovery operations.

                 NOAA NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $909,029,000 for 
the National Marine Fisheries Service [NMFS]. NMFS programs 
provide for the management and conservation of the Nation's 
living marine resources and their environment, including fish 
stocks, marine mammals, and endangered species. Using science-
based conservation, management, and restoration activities, 
these resources can benefit the Nation on a sustained basis. 
NMFS seeks to build sustainable fisheries, recover protected 
species, and sustain healthy coastal ecosystems and the 
communities that depend on them.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

 NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Protected Species Research and Management:
    Protected Species Research and Management Programs            43,815
    Species Recovery Grants...........................            20,793
    Marine Mammals....................................            52,590
    Other Protected Species...........................             8,487
    Marine Turtles....................................            12,887
    Atlantic Salmon...................................             8,060
    Pacific Salmon (Salmon Management Activities).....            67,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Protected Species Research and Management           213,632
                                                       =================
Fisheries Research and Management:
    Fisheries Research and Management Programs........           183,223
    National Catch Share Program......................            40,000
    Expand Annual Stock Assessments--Improve Data                 51,725
     Collection.......................................
    Economics and Social Sciences Research............            10,962
    Salmon Management Activities......................            35,618
    Regional Councils and Fisheries Commissions.......            32,104
    Fisheries Statistics..............................            21,405
    Fish Information Networks.........................            22,147
    Survey and Monitoring Projects....................            24,152
    Fisheries Oceanography............................             7,478
    American Fisheries Act............................             5,602
    Interjurisdictional Fisheries Grants..............             2,576
    National Standard 8...............................             1,079
    Reduce Fishing Impacts on Essential Fish Habitat                 538
     (EFH)............................................
    Reducing Bycatch..................................             3,442
    Product Quality and Safety........................             7,523
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Fisheries Research and Management........           449,574
                                                       =================
Enforcement and Observers:
    Enforcement and Surveillance......................            66,527
    Observers/Training................................            39,683
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Enforcement and Observers/Training.......           106,210
                                                       =================
Habitat Conservation & Restoration:
    Sustainable Habitat Management....................            23,476
    Fisheries Habitat Restoration (Open Rivers & CBRP)            28,967
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Habitat Conservation & Restoration.......            52,443
                                                       =================
Other Activities Supporting Fisheries:
    Antarctic Research................................             2,757
    Aquaculture.......................................             8,000
    Climate Regimes & Ecosystem Productivity..........             3,405
    Computer Hardware and Software....................             3,490
    Cooperative Research..............................            13,000
    Information Analyses & Dissemination..............            20,356
    New England Fisheries Assistance..................             8,000
    Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment &                        842
     Prediction Program (MarMap)......................
    National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)..........             8,456
    NMFS Facilities Maintenance.......................             6,589
    Regional Studies..................................            12,275
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Other Activities Supporting Fisheries....            87,170
                                                       =================
      TOTAL NMFS......................................           909,029
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Fisheries Enforcement Asset Forfeiture Fund [AFF].--A July 
2010 review by the Office of Inspector General revealed a 
serious lack of budgetary oversight of NOAA's Fisheries 
Enforcement Asset Forfeiture Fund which was established to use 
revenues from fisheries fines and penalties to pay for 
enforcement activities. Record keeping was so poor that an 
independent accounting firm found insufficient budget tracking 
information to complete their audit. In fact, no single 
responsible individual within NOAA had a detailed understanding 
of the fund, and revenues clearly co-mingled with other NOAA 
finances. Yet, the firm found that NOAA appeared to have little 
trouble disbursing monies, at times paying for items only 
loosely related to fisheries enforcement, such as international 
travel to attend overseas workshops. The complete lack of 
budgetary oversight could also mean the agency is in violation 
of Federal law since the Magnuson-Stevens Act requires that AFF 
revenues related to Northeast Multispecies Fishery Management 
Plan specially be used to enforce that plan, a requirement of 
which key NOAA personnel were not specifically aware. The 
Committee provides bill language that essentially freezes the 
fund until NOAA completes a full and complete audit, creates a 
plan for how the fund can and should be used, and receives 
approval from the Committee for its spend plan. Before the 
committee approves any new plan from NOAA for the AFF, NOAA 
must complete all of the Inspector General's recommendations 
submitted with the July 2010 report. NOAA is also directed to 
include the AFF in all future fiscal year budget requests.
    Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration.--The Committee provides 
$3,000,000 for oyster restoration in the Chesapeake Bay. Of 
these funds, $2,000,000 is provided for oyster restoration in 
the Maryland waters of the Chesapeake Bay which shall be for 
on-the-ground and in-the water restoration efforts. In 
addition, $1,000,000 of these funds are for oyster restoration 
in Virginia waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Funds shall not be 
used for administrative costs, including banquets or salaries.
    Protected Species.--In addition to the amounts requested, 
the Committee provides programmatic increases for: Hawaiian 
Monk Seal activities for a total of $5,700,000; Hawaiian Sea 
Turtle and Incident Take activities for a total of $6,000,000; 
the study and protection of cetaceans in the Pacific for a 
total of $1,500,000. The Committee also provides additional 
funding for a total of $2,244,000 for NOAA's Alaska Native 
Marine Mammal Co-management Support of Alaska Native 
Organizations as authorized under the Marine Mammal Protection 
Act. The Committee also encourages NOAA to support additional 
research on Atlantic bottlenose dolphins.
    Fisheries Research and Management.--The Committee provides 
an increase to the President's request for the Joint Institute 
of Marine and Atmospheric Research [JIMAR] Pelagic Fisheries 
Research Program [PFRP] for a total funding level of 
$2,500,000.
    NMFS Facilities.--Within 60 days of enactment of this act, 
NOAA is directed to provide the Committee a report detailing a 
full analysis of relocating the NMFS northeast regional office. 
This central office serves the eastern seaboard from Maine to 
North Carolina, and as far west as Minnesota. Better centrally 
locating the facility in an area close to NMFS headquarters 
would allow greater coordination with senior manaagement of 
NOAA and the Department of Commerce. The Committee believes 
this will provide for efficiencies and enhance management, 
while still maintaining a strong regional presence. NOAA is 
also directed to produce a report within 120 days of enactment 
of this act detailing the planning and design for a new NMFS 
research facility in Mukilteo, Washington, on the former U.S. 
Air Force property which was transferred to NOAA in fiscal year 
2002.
    Survey and Monitoring Projects.--Within the funds provided, 
NOAA is directed to fully fund the stock assessment survey and 
vessel calibration for the east coast clam fishery using an 
industry vessel since NOAA no longer has an agency-operated 
fisheries vessel able to conduct this work.
    The Committee directs NOAA to provide $350,000 for further 
red tide research, and to work with its State marine resource 
partners in Maine to expand and continue the red tide sampling 
program initiated with Federal disaster funds following the 
devastating 2005 red tide season.
    Sustainable Habitat Management.--The Committee provides an 
additional $750,000 for NOAA, working with the Department of 
Defense, to assess environmental impacts and develop mitigation 
strategies to restore lost habitat related to the proposed 
relocation of troops to Guam.
    Fishery Capacity Reduction Program.--The Committee provides 
$8,000,000 to reduce the fishing capacity in the Northeast 
Multispecies Fishery, also known as the New England 
groundfishery. This reduction will enable the fishery to become 
more sustainable for the future as NOAA transitions the area's 
fishery to a catch share program.
    Observer/Training.--In addition to the amounts requested, 
the Committee provides programmatic increases for Hawaiian 
Longline Observer Program for a total of $5,000,000.
    Regional Studies.--The Committee is encouraged by the 
administration's increased request for regional studies, but 
continues to direct NOAA's Chesapeake Bay Office to collaborate 
with the States of Maryland and Virginia. This program will 
advance multiple species management by focusing on blue crabs, 
oysters, other resource species. In developing this program 
NOAA shall continue to utilize the Sea Grant Programs from both 
States and with the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, 
particularly the Cooperative Oxford Laboratory [COL]. 
Chesapeake Bay oyster restoration and spatial planning should 
serve as an incentive for both labs to work more closely 
together to achieve joint science and management goals. NOAA is 
directed to provide the Committee with a report within 60 days 
of enactment of this act detailing a clear strategic 
partnership between NOAA Chesapeake Bay Laboratory and COL, 
complete with collaborative breakouts on personnel, resources 
and costs.
    Gulf of Mexico Fisheries.--The Deepwater Horizon oil spill 
has severely impacted the fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico, and 
the long-term impact on individual stocks remains unknown. In 
the past, this Committee has requested that NOAA fully solicit, 
evaluate, and incorporate fishery-independent survey 
information. Unfortunately, the absence of this information 
significantly impedes the assessment of the immediate impact of 
the spill on Gulf stocks, as well as the ability to predict 
long-term impacts. In addition, the fisheries closure has 
eliminated the collection of landing data from either the 
commercial or recreational fisheries sectors--the other primary 
source of stock information. The absence of fishery-dependent 
data collection highlights the continued need for surveys that 
provide a scientifically designed assessment approach that is 
independent of catch data. The Committee therefore again 
encourages NOAA to fully implement a fishery-independent data 
collection strategy and directs the agency to report to the 
Committee on the status of that implementation within 30 days 
of enactment of this act.
    Lasting negative impacts of the Deepwater Horizon spill 
will result in habitat destruction in the Gulf of Mexico. While 
fish populations may be partially lost during the active spill 
period, their recovery is dependent on viable habitats. A full 
and complete evaluation of damage to five major habitats in the 
north central Gulf of Mexico is needed. These habitats include: 
seagrasses, coastal marshes, oyster reefs, hard bottom, and 
sargassum communities. This assessment should include relative 
percent of destruction, degree of damage, estimated timeframe 
for recovery, and possible sources of mitigation. The Committee 
expects NMFS, in coordination with the impacted States, to 
undertake a full study of the long-term negative impacts of the 
Deepwater Horizon spill on fisheries habitat in the northern 
Gulf of Mexico and to seek reimbursement for the costs from the 
responsible parties.

                 NOAA OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH

    The Committee's recommendation provides $438,710,000 for 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research [OAR]. OAR programs provide 
the environmental research and technology needed to improve 
NOAA weather, air quality warnings, forecasts, climate 
predictions, and marine services. To accomplish these goals, 
OAR supports a network of scientists in its Federal research 
laboratories, universities, and joint institutes and 
partnership programs.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

  OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH OPERATIONS, RESEARCH AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Climate Research:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes.............            53,846
    Climate Data & Information........................            13,591
    Competitive Research Program......................           155,000
    Climate Operations................................               913
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Climate Research.........................           233,350
                                                       =================
Weather & Air Quality Research Programs:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes.............            60,015
    U.S. Weather Research Program.....................             5,515
    Tornado Severe Storm Research/Phased Array Radar..            10,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Weather & Air Quality Research...........            75,530
                                                       =================
Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes.............            24,200
    National Sea Grant College Program................            63,100
    Ocean Exploration.................................            23,000
    Integrated Ocean Acidification....................             7,500
    NOAA's Undersea Research Program..................             8,900
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research....           126,700
                                                       =================
Info Tech, R&D, & Science Education:
    High Performance Computing Initiatives............            13,130
                                                       -----------------
      TOTAL OAR.......................................           438,710
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Laboratories and Cooperative Institutes.--The Committee 
remains concerned that NOAA is underfunding new cooperative 
institutes, creating partnership with the external community 
under false financial pretenses. The Committee provides an 
increase to help bridge this gap, but expects the 
administration to fully fund these cooperative institutes and 
laboratories at appropriate levels in future years.
    National Sea Grant College Program.--The Committee provides 
$63,100,000, of which $4,500,000 is for marine aquaculture 
research and $2,000,000 is for aquatic invasive species 
research; both activities shall be coordinated by NOAA's Sea 
Grant office. The Committee continues to recognize the 
important role the Sea Grant program plays in connecting 
coastal and Great Lakes communities with practical research and 
results, and encourages the growth of this program in future 
budget requests.
    Ocean Exploration.--The Committee continues to fund the 
Ocean Exploration program and the National Undersea Research 
Program separately, as these are two distinctly different 
activities, a consideration that was reinforced by the separate 
authorizations in the recent Omnibus Public Lands Management 
Act (Public Law 111-11). The Committee provides additional 
funding for Ocean Exploration to further support ongoing 
shipboard operations and collaborative expeditions.

                     NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $919,686,000 for 
the NOAA National Weather Service [NWS]. NWS programs provide 
timely and accurate meteorologic, hydrologic, and oceanographic 
warnings and forecasts to ensure the safety of the population, 
mitigate property losses, and improve the economic productivity 
of the Nation. NWS is also responsible for issuing operational 
climate forecasts for the United States.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

      NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operations and Research:
    Local Warnings and Forecasts Base.................           636,387
    Air Quality Forecasting...........................             5,445
    Alaska Data Buoys.................................             1,683
    Sustain Cooperative Observer Network..............             1,871
    NOAA Profiler Network.............................             4,774
    Pacific Island Compact............................             3,615
    Strengthen U.S. Tsunami Warning Network...........            23,314
    Advanced Hydrological Prediction Services.........             6,037
    Aviation Weather..................................            23,500
    WFO Maintenance...................................             7,316
    Central Forecast Guidance (includes Hurricane                 80,492
     Forecasting).....................................
    Weather Radio Transmitters and Communications.....             2,297
    National Mesonet Network..........................            20,400
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Operations and Research..................           817,131
                                                       =================
Systems Operation & Maintenance:
    NEXRAD............................................            46,383
    ASOS..............................................            11,260
    AWIPS.............................................            39,400
    NWSTG Backup--CIP.................................             5,512
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Systems Operation & Maintenance..........           102,555
                                                       =================
      TOTAL NWS.......................................           919,686
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Centers for Environmental Prediction [NCEP].--The 
Committee encourages NCEP to continue to improve the 
performance of its computer modeling for weather, climate, 
hydrological and ocean prediction to ensure U.S. forecasting 
capabilities lead the world. The Committee encourages NCEP to 
fully draw upon the resources of the U.S. academic community to 
better implement emerging scientific and technological 
advances.
    Williston Radar.--The Committee remains concerned about the 
ability of the National Weather Service [NWS] to adequately 
forecast weather, especially snow events, without the Williston 
radar. NOAA is directed to continue operations and staffing at 
the Williston Radar Station until independent research 
substantiates that any other radars in the forecast area can 
provide coverage for all light and heavy weather activity in 
the region.
    National Mesonet Program.--The Committee recommends 
$20,400,000 for continuation and expansion of the National 
Mesonet program. Funds shall be allocated as follows: (1) 
$13,400,000 to maintain data procurements from existing surface 
in-situ observations including those initiated during the 
initial phases of the program as well as those added during 
recent years; (2) $4,000,000 for expansion of surface in-situ 
observations in all areas of the country including urban and 
non-urban rural, coastal and mountainous regions for purposes 
of weather and climate monitoring; (3) $2,000,000 for 
establishment of a National Mesonet Test Bed Project to 
demonstrate the integration of multifunctional observing 
systems including both surface in-situ and remote sensing 
profilers for improved forecasts and benefits to such top 
priority segments of our economy including renewable energy 
growth and aviation efficiencies; (4) $500,000 for enhancements 
to the Meteorological Assimilation Data Ingest System [MADIS] 
including continued evolution of metadata handling and 
performance capabilities; and (5) $500,000 for National Mesonet 
program office for oversight and data utilization initiatives. 
Funds for MADIS expansion should be contingent upon submission 
of a plan that shows a multi-year justification for why MADIS 
expansion is preferable to competitive procurement of tools 
developed by the private sector for the same purpose. The 
Committee is deeply disappointed that the fiscal year 2011 
budget request ignored the 2009 National Research Council 
report, Observing Weather and Climate From the Ground Up: A 
Nationwide Network of Networks, which called for the 
establishment of a federally funded national mesonet program 
and expects NOAA to include in its fiscal year 2012 budget a 
robust and expanded national mesonet program.

  NOAA NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE, DATA, AND INFORMATION SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $199,363,000 for 
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service 
[NESDIS]. NESDIS programs operate environmental polar-orbiting 
and geostationary satellites and collect and archive global 
environmental data and information for distribution to users in 
commerce, industry, agriculture, science and engineering, the 
general public, and Federal, State, and local agencies.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE, DATA & INFORMATION SERVICE OPERATIONS,
                        RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Environmental Satellite Observing Systems:
    Satellite Command and Control Base................            40,239
    NSOF Operations...................................             7,960
    Product Processing and Distribution...............            34,240
    Product Development, Readiness & Application......            20,955
    Product Development, Readiness & Application                   4,032
     (Ocean Remote Sensing)...........................
    Joint Center/Accelerate Use of Satellites.........             3,365
    Commercial Remote Sensing Licensing & Enforcement.             1,319
    Office of Space Commercialization.................               658
    Group on Earth Observations (GEO).................               506
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Environmental Satellite Observing Systems           113,274
                                                       =================
Data Centers & Information Services:
    Archive, Access & Assessment......................            69,255
    Regional Climate Centers, NE, IL, NY, NC, LA, NV..             3,000
    Coastal Data Development..........................             4,658
    Environmental Data Systems Modernization..........             9,552
                                                       -----------------
      Total, NOAA's Data Centers & Information                    86,965
       Services.......................................
                                                       =================
      TOTAL NESDIS....................................           199,363
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Archive, Access and Assessment.--The Committee is aware of 
the importance of NOAA's climate data modernization program as 
NOAA seeks to take an enhanced role in climate change research 
and analysis. As such, it directs the Agency to submit a robust 
2012 request for this program at a level not less than that 
enacted in fiscal year 2010.
    Regional Climate Centers.--The Committee recommends 
$3,000,000 for the Regional Climate Centers. The Committee 
expects NOAA to include the centers as part of the Agency's 
future climate change activities and to provide for full 
participation in high capacity networks such as NWave.

                       NOAA-WIDE PROGRAM SUPPORT

    The Committee recommendation provides $459,183,000 for 
NOAA-wide program support. These programs provide for overall 
NOAA management, including staffing of the Under Secretary's 
office and services to NOAA and DOC field offices through the 
regional Administrative Support Centers. These programs also 
support NOAA's Education Office consistent with the 
recommendations of the Joint Ocean Commission. The facilities 
subactivity provides for repair and maintenance to existing 
facilities; facilities planning and design; and environmental 
compliance. The Office of Marine and Aviation Operations 
provides aircraft and marine data acquisition, repair, and 
maintenance of the existing fleet, planning of future 
modernization, and technical and management support for NOAA-
wide activities through the NOAA Commissioned Corps.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

          PROGRAM SUPPORT OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Corporate Services:
    Under Secretary and Associate Offices Base........            29,965
    Facilities........................................            32,346
    NOAA Wide Corporate Services & Agency Management..           121,300
    DOC Accounting System.............................            10,379
    IT Security.......................................             6,829
    DOC Working Capital Fund..........................            41,944
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Corporate Services.......................           242,763
                                                       =================
NOAA Education Program:
    Competitive Educational Grants and Programs.......            28,400
    BWET Regional Programs............................             7,200
                                                       -----------------
      Total, NOAA Education Program...................            35,600
                                                       =================
Marine and Aviation Operations & Maintenance:
    Marine Services...................................           127,133
    Fleet Planning and Maintenance....................            23,400
    Aviation Services.................................            30,287
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Marine and Aviation Operations &                    180,820
       Maintenance....................................
                                                       =================
      TOTAL PROGRAM SUPPORT...........................           459,183
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    NOAA Education.--The Committee strongly supports NOAA's 
education programs to increase environmental and ocean literacy 
and recommends $28,400,000 to the budget request for 
competitive education grants, of which $14,400,000 is for 
NOAA's Educational Partnership Program for Minority Serving 
Institutions. Within the remaining funds, NOAA is directed to 
use $3,000,000 of these funds to continue education and public 
outreach opportunities with accredited zoos and aquariums, an 
initiative created in fiscal year 2011. NOAA is also directed 
to use $3,000,000 to work with external partners with 
experience in geographic education to improve geography 
teaching, training and research in our Nation's schools 
starting by using NOAA's national network of weather and 
environmental activities across the country as one tool to 
improve geography literacy.
    B-WET.--The committee provides $7,200,000 for NOAA's 
successful regional B-WET education partnership program, of 
which, no less than $1,500,000 shall be for Hawaii's B-WET 
program, and no less than $3,500,000 shall be for the 
Chesapeake B-WET program.
    Marine Services.--The Committee is concerned that NOAA's 
budget does not properly reflect the true operational need of 
NOAA's fleet of research vessels and that days at sea are 
eroding from the science schedules. The Committee provides 
additional funding to help ensure safe and adequate shipboard 
staffing and outfitting.

 NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS, RESEARCH AND FACILITIES CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED
                                                    PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      National Ocean Service
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean        U.S. National Culture          Provide equipment and                $300,000
 Sciences, East Boothbay, ME.        Collection for Marine          operating capability to
                                     Phytoplankton.                 enhance the national Culture
                                                                    Collection for Marine
                                                                    Phytoplankton.
Bowling Green State University,     Monitoring of Lake Erie Water  Monitor Lake Erie water              $250,000
 Bowling Green, OH.                  Quality with Remote Sensing.   quality for harmful algal
                                                                    blooms.
Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Dauphin     NOAA Independent Data          Implement independent data         $4,000,000
 Island, AL.                         Collection in the Gulf of      collection in Gulf of Mexico.
                                     Mexico.
NOAA Office of Education, Silver    Hawaii Education Program.....  Develop an integrated system-      $1,000,000
 Spring, MD.                                                        wide science education
                                                                    program for Hawaii's schools.
Florida Fish and Wildlife           Cooperative Grouper-Snapper    Expanded cooperative grouper-      $1,000,000
 Conservation Commission,            Fisheries Data Collection.     snapper fishery data
 Tallahassee, FL.                                                   collection programs.
Great Lakes Science Center,         Northeast Ohio Informal STEM   Fund exhibits on Great Lakes         $250,000
 Cleveland, OH.                      Education.                     history and content.
Gulf of Maine Research Institute,   Community-based Acoustic       Purchase acoustic survey             $400,000
 Portland, ME.                       Research.                      equipment to conduct herring
                                                                    surveys in coastal Maine
                                                                    waters.
Idaho State University, Pocatello,  Boise Center for Aerospace     Support watershed modeling           $200,000
 ID.                                 Laboratory (BCAL) Watershed    research.
                                     Modeling Utilizing LiDAR.
International Pacific Research      International Pacific          Support the data-management        $1,000,000
 Center, University of Hawaii at     Research Center.               activities of the IPRC's
 Manoa, Honolulu, HI.                                               Asia-Pacific Data Research
                                                                    Center..
Jackson State University, Jackson,  Development of a Regional      Support the development of a       $1,000,000
 MS.                                 Ensembling System for          Regional Ensembling System
                                     Atmospheric Dispersion.        for Atmospheric Dispersion
                                                                    Forecasting.
Louisiana State University and A&M  Coastal Restoration and        Conduct ongoing coastal            $1,200,000
 College, Public Institution of      Enhancement through Science    habitat restoration.
 Higher Education, Baton Rouge, LA.  and Technology (CREST).
Maine Department of Marine          Collaborative Shellfish        Continue data collection and         $750,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.             Research.                      monitoring of economically
                                                                    critical shellfish stocks.
Maine Department of Marine          East Coast Herring Sampling    Provide data critical to             $350,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.             and Stock Assessment.          effective management of
                                                                    herring.
Maine Department of Marine          Maine New Hampshire Inshore    Conduct shallow inshore              $300,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.             Trawl Survey.                  fishery trawl for purposes
                                                                    of re-  search.
Maine Department of Marine          Groundfish Research..........  Upgrade and purchase software        $300,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.                                            to help monitor and track
                                                                    associated fishing
                                                                    opportunities.
Mississippi State University,       NOAA Northern Gulf Institute.  Provide testing in geospatial      $5,500,000
 Starkville, MS.                                                    technologies.
Mississippi State University/       Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway   Transition research into           $1,200,000
 Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway        Research Center.               operational programs and
 Authority, Columbus, MS.                                           initiatives in the
                                                                    commercial sector.
Monmouth University, West Long      Mid-Atlantic Regional Coastal  Support a coastal monitoring         $750,000
 Branch, NJ.                         Community and Ocean            program.
                                     Ecosystem Initiative.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Shrimp Industry Fishing        Continue the manufacture and         $400,000
 Miami, FL.                          Research.                      progressive installation of
                                                                    electronic logbooks on
                                                                    shrimp vessels.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Alaska Native Marine Mammal    Support of Alaska Native             $500,000
 Juneau, AK.                         Co-management.                 Organizations as authorized
                                                                    under the Marine Mammal
                                                                    Protection Act (MMPA),
                                                                    Section 119.
New Hampshire Department of         Securing New Hampshire's       Support the integration of           $400,000
 Environmental Services, Concord,    Water Future.                  water planning and resource
 NH.                                                                management at the State
                                                                    level.
New Hampshire Fish & Game,          New Hampshire Groundfish       Support permit bank for            $1,165,000
 Concord, NH.                        Sectors Permit Bank.           commercial fishermen.
NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office,         Chesapeake Bay Oyster          Restore Chesapeake Bay's           $2,000,000
 Annapolis, MD.                      Restoration.                   native oyster populations
                                                                    into a healthy and
                                                                    sustainable fishery.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Marine Education and Training  Establish a regionally based       $1,000,000
 Hilo, HI.                                                          Marine Education and
                                                                    Training program.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Domestic Fisheries             Provide sufficient scientific      $2,750,000
 Honolulu, HI.                       Monitoring, including          support for Regional Fishery
                                     Support for Regional Fishery   Management Organizations.
                                     Management Organizations
                                     (RFMOs).
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Hawaii Seafood Program.......  Support the sustainable use        $1,000,000
 Honolulu, HI.                                                      of Pacific pelagic fishery
                                                                    resources.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Hawaii Fisheries Development.  Create new information,              $400,000
 Honolulu, HI.                                                      technologies, and products
                                                                    to assist fishery management
                                                                    and marine finfish
                                                                    aquaculture development in
                                                                    Hawaii.
National Marine Fisheries Service,  Joint Institute of Marine and  Improve understanding of open      $1,250,000
 Kaneohe Bay, HI.                    Atmospheric Research (JIMAR)   ocean ecosystems for better
                                     Pelagic Fisheries Research     management tools.
                                     Program (PFRP).
National Weather Service, Silver    Remote Infrasonic Monitoring   Provide technology and             $1,500,000
 Spring, MD.                         of Natural Hazards.            monitoring techniques for
                                                                    timely hazardous event
                                                                    warnings..
National Ocean Service, Maui and    Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative   Support research for coral         $1,000,000
 Honolulu, HI.                       (HCRI).                        reef management.
National Ocean Service, Honolulu,   Ordnance Reef UXO............  Conduct surveys to rebuild           $200,000
 HI.                                                                and rehabilitate the reef
                                                                    area at Ordnance Reef off
                                                                    Oahu.
NOAA/Satellites, Honolulu, HI.....  Integrated Data and            Expand regional component for      $3,000,000
                                     Environmental Applications     a National Climate Service
                                     (IDEA) Cen-  ter.              to link IDEA Center and
                                                                    NOAA's Climate Services
                                                                    portal.
Northwest Straits Marine            Northwest Straits Citizens     Support a citizen-driven           $1,800,000
 Conservation Initiative, Mount      Advisory Commission.           environmental protection
 Vernon, WA.                                                        commis-  sion.
Oregon Department of State Lands,   Oregon Seafloor Mapping for    Conduct applied seafloor             $500,000
 Salem, OR.                          Tsunami Hazards and            mapping of the Oregon
                                     Ecosystem Benefit.             Territorial Sea.
Partnership for Mid-Atlantic        Partnership for Mid-Atlantic   Support better management of         $800,000
 Fisheries Science, Point Pleasant   Fisheries Science.             the summer flounder and
 Beach, NJ.                                                         black sea bass fisheries in
                                                                    the Mid-Atlantic.
Penobscot East Resource Center,     Northern Gulf of Maine         Rresearch the recovery of            $250,000
 Stonington, ME.                     Groundfish Sentinel Fishery.   depleted groundfish fishery
                                                                    between the Penobscot Bay
                                                                    Islands and Canada.
Plymouth State University,          New England Weather            Continued weather technology         $575,000
 Plymouth, NH.                       Technology and Research        and observation at Plymouth
                                     Initiative.                    State University, NH.
Rhode Island Coastal Resources      Offshore Renewable Energy      Support surveys related to           $700,000
 Management Council, Wakefield, RI.  Surveys.                       offshore renewable energy
                                                                    development.
Save The Bay, Providence, RI......  Save the Bay--Marine           Support marine education             $500,000
                                     Education Program.             programs.
School for Marine Science &         New England Multi-Species      Improve scientific                 $3,000,000
 Technology (SMAST), New Bedford,    Surveys and Development.       information for fisheries
 MA.                                                                management in New England.
Society for the Protection of New   Merrimack River Anadromous     Conserve undeveloped river           $350,000
 Hampshire Forests, Concord, NH.     Fish Habitat Conservation.     frontage and upland
                                                                    watershed.
Southern Shrimp Alliance, Tarpon    Shrimp Industry Fishing        Continue development,                $500,000
 Springs, FL.                        Effort Research Continuation.  manufacture and deployment
                                                                    of electronic logbook
                                                                    technology on shrimp boats.
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.......  Seal and Steller Sea Lion      Support the research and             $500,000
                                     Biological Research.           monitoring of seal and
                                                                    Steller sea lion
                                                                    populations..
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.......  Bering Sea Crab Management     Conduct biological research,         $400,000
                                     and Research.                  stock surveys and other
                                                                    management activities.
Susquehanna River Basin             Susquehanna Flood Forecast     Support flood warning              $2,400,000
 Commission, Harrisburg, PA.         and Warning System.            infrastructure and provide
                                                                    advanced flood warning
                                                                    information to communities
                                                                    in the Susquehanna River
                                                                    basin.
University of Alabama at            Nanotoxicology Research......  Research and identify                $750,000
 Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.                                        specific agents to limit
                                                                    toxicity.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks,    Ocean Acidification Research   Study of ocean acidification         $200,000
 AK.                                 Center for Alaska.             and climate change in Arctic
                                                                    waters.
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI  Hawaii Institute of Marine     Conduct research in the            $2,250,000
                                     Biology (HIMB) Coral           Hawaiian Archipelago and in
                                     Research.                      American Samoa.
University of Maryland Baltimore    Sensors for Monitoring         Develop and deploy sensors to      $2,000,000
 County, University of Maryland      Chesapeake Bay Watershed       monitor environmental
 Center for Environmental Science,   Health.                        parameters of Chesapeake Bay
 Solomons, MD.                                                      health.
University of Mississippi, Oxford,  National Institute for         Develop cutting-edge research      $5,550,000
 MS.                                 Undersea Science and           and discovering new
                                     Technology (NIUST).            resources from the sea.
University of Mississippi, Oxford,  National Sea Grant Law Center  Conduct research on marine           $750,000
 MS.                                                                laws and policies.
University of New Orleans, New      Pontchartrain Basin            Continue the Pontchartrain           $250,000
 Orleans, LA.                        Restoration.                   Basin Program.
University of Southern              Marine Aquaculture Lab         Create, develop and                $4,000,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Operations.                    commercialize new
                                                                    technologies related to warm
                                                                    water marine seafood.
University of Southern              Science Consortium for Ocean   Support the Science                  $500,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Replenishment.                 Consortium for Ocean
                                                                    Replenishment's national,
                                                                    hatchery-based approach for
                                                                    replenishing depleted marine
                                                                    fisheries.
University of Southern              Storm Surge and Flooding       Create tools to forecast             $500,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Disaster Mitigation.           storm surge levels.
University of Vermont, Burlington,  Lake Champlain Emerging        Research targeting,                  $500,000
 VT.                                 Threats Initiative.            understanding and mitigating
                                                                    invasive species, toxic blue
                                                                    green algae.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,  Center for Water Technology    Support equipment for water        $4,500,000
 Milwaukee, WI.                      and Policy.                    technology accelerator
                                                                    labora-  tory.
Westminster College, Salt Lake      Great Salt Lake Institute....  Provide research the Great           $150,000
 City, UT.                                                          Salt Lake colleges and other
                                                                    education programs.
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               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION, AND CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,358,353,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   2,184,091,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,084,963,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,084,963,000 for 
NOAA's procurement, acquisition, and construction. The 
recommendation is $726,610,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $99,128,000 below the budget request.
    The Committee provides separate funding for congressionally 
designated projects listed after the obligation table for the 
Procurement, Acquisition and Construction appropriation and 
directs NOAA to refrain from charging administrative costs to 
these grants. The Committee expects that NOAA will provide 
appropriate management and oversight of each grant.
    Committee recommendations are displayed in the following 
table:

                PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Ocean Service:
    Coastal and Estuarine Land Protection Program (no             20,000
     percent for admin.)..............................
    National Estuarine Research Reserve Construction &             3,890
     Land Acquisition.................................
    Marine Sanctuaries Construction/Acquisition.......            11,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, National Ocean Service--PAC..............            34,890
                                                       =================
Oceanic and Atmospheric Research:
    Research Supercomputing/CCRI......................            10,379
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Oceanic and Atmospheric Research--PAC....            10,379
                                                       =================
National Weather Service:
    ASOS..............................................             1,635
    AWIPS.............................................            24,000
    NEXRAD............................................             7,976
    NWSTG Legacy Replacement..........................             1,195
    Radiosonde Network Replacement....................             4,014
    Weather and Climate Supercomputing................            26,564
    Cooperative Observer Network Modernization (NERON)             3,734
    Complete and Sustain NOAA Weather Radio...........            11,255
    NOAA Profiler Network.............................             5,000
    WFO Construction..................................             3,150
                                                       -----------------
      Total, National Weather Service--PAC............            88,523
                                                       =================
NESDIS:
    NOAA Satellite and Climate Sensors................         1,901,875
    EOS & Advanced Polar Data Processing, Distribution               990
     & Archiving Systems..............................
    CIP--single point of failure......................             2,772
    Comprehensive Large Array Data Stewardship System              6,476
     (CLASS)..........................................
    NPOESS Preparatory Data Exploration...............             4,455
    Satellite CDA Facility............................             2,228
                                                       -----------------
      Total, NESDIS--PAC..............................         1,918,796
                                                       =================
Program Support:
    Vessel Equip. & Tech Refresh......................             8,400
    New Vessel Construction...........................             4,400
    Pacific Regional Facility and Child Development               20,000
     Center...........................................
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Program Support--PAC.....................            32,800
                                                       =================
      TOTAL PAC.......................................         2,085,388
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Joint Polar Satellite System [JPSS].--The Committee's 
recommendation includes funding for the Joint Polar Satellite 
System within ``NOAA Satellite and Climate Sensors''. Of the 
funds made available, priority shall be given to ensuring the 
2014 launch date of JPSS-1 with focus on minimizing the 
potential gap in civil weather forecasting. The Committee is 
encouraged by the administration's decision to restructure the 
highly troubled National Polar-orbiting Operational 
Environmental Satellite System [NPOESS] and believes that the 
agency's initial step to procure a second NPOESS Preparatory 
Project [NPP] satellite for JPSS-1 is a strong step in the 
right direction for reducing risk and minimizing the potential 
gap in civil weather forecasting and climate data collection. 
However, the Committee is not convinced that the legacy of cost 
overruns and enormous administrative overheads associated with 
this inflated and failed program have been entirely exorcized. 
While the Committee appreciates the administration's efforts to 
request contingency funding that appears to better manage large 
acquisitions risk, the vague budget submission is riddled with 
broad placeholders that have yet to be refined despite repeated 
requests from the Committee for further details. The Committee 
has difficulty understanding how the administration can add 
$678,600,000 to a $382,200,000 satellite program in 1 year--
which is a 278 percent increase--when the budget justification 
lacks meaningful details and extremely critical contract 
decisions have yet to be made 6 months after the budget was 
released. In addition, the administration has completely 
dismissed congressional guidance that NOAA procure operational 
satellites able to acquire reliable weather forecasting data, 
not risky experimental research satellites best suited for 
NASA. The Committee remains deeply concerned about the 
potential out year costs of the proposed JPSS program, 
recognizing that without aggressive oversight and fiscal 
vigilance, this program has the potential to overwhelm the 
remainder of NOAA's future budgets. The Committee directs NOAA 
to provide a smaller, less expensive path forward for JPSS in a 
detailed budget plan no later than 30 days after enactment of 
this act, and directs NOAA to provide monthly programmatic and 
procurement status reports to the Committee.
    DSCVR/ACE Replacement.--The Committee has provided 
$9,500,000 for DSCVR and replacement of the ACE spacecraft, the 
same amount as requested. The Committee directs NOAA to report 
to the Committees on Appropriations by February 15, 2011 on the 
most expeditious and cost effective options for making DSCVR 
operational and replacing the ACE spacecraft.

    NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION CONGRESSIONALLY
                                               DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
University of Hawaii, Pearl         Rehabilitation of SSP          Refurbish and outfit SSP           $3,000,000
 Harbor, HI.                         Kaimalino.                     Kaimalino for habitability
                                                                    and operations.
Great Bay Resource Protection       Great Bay Land Acquisition...  Continue protection and            $2,575,000
 Partnership, Portsmouth, NH.                                       acquisition of critical
                                                                    lands and habitats around
                                                                    Great Bay.
Thunder Bay National Marine         Great Lakes Maritime Heritage  Support facilities at the          $1,000,000
 Sanctuary and Underwater            Cen-  ter.                     Great Lakes Maritime
 Preserve, Alpena, MI.                                              Heritage Cen-  ter.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  PACIFIC COASTAL SALMON RECOVERY FUND

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $80,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      65,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      80,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $80,000,000 for the 
Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund. The recommendation is 
$15,000,000 above the budget estimate. Funds are for 
conservation initiatives to help recover Pacific salmon 
populations. State and local recipients of this funding will 
provide matching contributions of at least 33 percent of 
Federal funds. In addition, funds will be available to tribes 
that do not require matching dollars.

                      FISHERMAN'S CONTINGENCY FUND

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget estimate, 2011...................................        $350,000
Committee recommendation................................         350,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $350,000 for the 
Fisherman's Contingency Fund. The recommendation is $350,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the same as the 
President's request.

                      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT FUND

Appropriations, 2010....................................    ($3,000,000)
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     (1,000,000)
Committee recommendation................................     (3,000,000)

    The recommendation includes requested language allowing not 
to exceed $3,000,000 collected pursuant to the Coastal Zone 
Management Act to be transferred to the ``Operations, Research 
and Facilities'' account to offset the costs of implementing 
that act.

                   FISHERIES FINANCE PROGRAM ACCOUNT

Appropriations, 2010....................................    ($6,000,000)
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     (8,001,000)
Committee recommendation................................     (8,001,000)

    The Committee recommends that direct loans administered 
through this account for individual fishing quotas may not 
exceed $16,000,000.

                                 OTHER


                        Departmental Management


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $58,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      65,248,000
Committee recommendation................................      65,248,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $65,248,000 for 
Departmental Management Salaries and Expenses. The 
recommendation is $7,248,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and the same as the budget request.
    Within Departmental Management, the Salaries and Expenses 
account provides funding for the Secretary, Deputy Secretary, 
and support staff. Responsibilities involve policy development 
and implementation affecting United States and international 
activities, as well as establishing internal goals and 
operations of the Department. The Committee recommendation 
supports many of the administration's new initiatives.

                   HCHB RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $22,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      17,487,000
Committee recommendation................................      17,487,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $17,487,000, which is 
$5,013,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the 
same as the budget request for the Herbert C. Hoover Building 
Renovation.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $27,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      29,394,000
Committee recommendation................................      30,394,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $29,394,000. The 
recommendation is $3,394,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and $1,000,000 above the budget request.
    In addition to funds provided under this heading, the 
Committee has recommended a transfer to the Inspector General 
of $1,000,000 from the BTOP program and $2,000,000 from the 
Census Bureau for oversight and audits of those activities.

               General Provisions--Department of Commerce

    Section 101 makes Commerce Department funds available for 
advanced payments only upon certification of officials 
designated by the Secretary that such payments are considered 
to be in the public interest.
    Section 102 makes appropriations for salaries and expenses 
available for the hire of passenger motor vehicles, and for 
services, uniforms, and allowances as authorized by law.
    Section 103 provides the authority to transfer funds 
between Department of Commerce accounts and within NOAA 
appropriations. The provision makes transfers subject to the 
Committee's standard reprogramming procedures.
    Section 104 provides that any cost resulting from personnel 
actions shall be absorbed by the affected Department or Agency.
    Section 105 extends congressional notification requirements 
for the GOES-K satellite program.
    Section 106 provides authority for the Secretary of 
Commerce to furnish certain services within the Herbert C. 
Hoover Building.
    Section 107 clarifies that grant recipients under the 
Department of Commerce may continue to deter child pornography, 
copyright infringement, or any other unlawful activity over 
their networks.
    Section 108 provides the National Marine Fisheries Service 
the authority to accept non-Federal funds.
    Section 109 appropriates additional amounts for acquisition 
workforce management.
    Section 110 establishes interim authorities regarding 
American Samoa's bigeye tuna fishery catch allocation.

                                TITLE II

                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

    The Committee recommends a total of $29,896,095,000 for the 
Department of Justice [DOJ]. The recommendation is 
$1,818,411,000 above the fiscal year 2010 funding level, 
excluding emergency supplemental appropriations, and 
$159,580,000 above the budget request.
    Staying in Front of Emerging Technologies.--With the advent 
of third and fourth generation communication networks, 
Americans will enjoy more flexibility, capabilities, and 
choices in when, where, and how they communicate than ever 
before. These technological advances will drive innovation and 
development across the economy. However, as witnessed by 
terrorists' use of BlackBerry devices in the recent tragedy in 
Mumbai, India, criminals are also capitalizing on emerging 
communications technologies. In the United States, State, 
local, and Federal law enforcement have used electronic 
surveillance to track down, apprehend, and prosecute members of 
drug trafficking organizations, violent transnational gangs, 
and child pornography and prostitution rings. The Attorney 
General's recent announcement of Operation Deliverance is one 
example of such success.
    The Committee is concerned that with the rapid deployment 
of telecommunications and data communications technology, law 
enforcement does not have the ability to keep up with these 
technological changes, impacting collection, and surveillance 
capabilities. Without a proactive approach to addressing these 
technological gaps, criminal investigations will be crippled. 
The Committee directs the Attorney General to report to the 
Committee no later than 120 days after enactment of this act on 
whether the Department of Justice has the resources it needs to 
preserve law enforcement's electronic surveillance capabilities 
in the face of third and fourth generation communication 
technologies. If not, the Committee directs the Attorney 
General to provide recommendations on what resources are 
necessary to ensure that Federal law enforcement agencies, as 
well as State and local law enforcement, maintain the 
technological capabilities to conduct lawful electronic 
surveillance.
    DNA Analysis Quality Standards.--The Committee has reviewed 
the recent NIJ report titled ``Making Sense of DNA Backlogs--
Myths vs. Reality'' and agrees with the findings that backlogs 
are not a onetime event and that the solution is to increase 
the capacity of the Nation's crime labs to respond to the 
increase of DNA evidence. However, the Committee is concerned 
that the desire to eliminate backlogs may result in decisions 
that could jeopardize the quality of the analysis being done. 
The Committee expects, therefore, that all Federal funds spent 
on the analysis of DNA must comply with quality assurance 
practices required of an National DNA Index System [NDIS]-
participating laboratory including, but not limited to, the 
FBI's quality assurance standards for forensic DNA testing 
laboratories; standard 1 (scope) through standard 17 
(outsourcing), including the external audit review process; 
Office of Inspector General audits; and National DNA Index 
System assessments by FBI Combined DNA Index System CODIS 
units, as well as compliance with all other forensic 
accreditation standards required by internationally recognized 
accrediting bodies.

                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $118,488,000
Budget estimate, 2011\1\................................     223,336,000
Committee recommendation................................     149,565,000

\1\Includes $10,778,000 for acquisition workforce capacity and 
capabilities that was requested within title II General Provisions.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $149,565,000 for 
General Administration salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $31,627,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $71,771,000 below the budget request.
    The General Administration account provides funding for 
senior policy officials responsible for Departmental management 
and policy development. The specific offices funded by this 
account include the following: the immediate Office of the 
Attorney General; the immediate Office of the Deputy Attorney 
General; the immediate Office of the Associate Attorney 
General; Office of Legal Policy; Office of Public Affairs; 
Office of Legislative Affairs; Office of Professional 
Responsibility; Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison; 
and the Justice Management Division.
    Terrorism Prosecutions of Guantanamo Bay Detainees.--The 
Committee's recommendation does not include $72,771,000 
requested for the anticipated first year costs for security, 
litigation, housing, and transportation associated with the 
civilian trials of the five alleged conspirators of the 9/11 
terrorist attacks currently held in detention facilities at 
Guantanamo Bay. This reduction reflects the fact that the 
administration has not submitted a plan to prosecute these 
cases.
    Acquisition Improvements.--The Committee supports the goals 
of the Government-wide request for improvements to acquisition 
workforce capabilities and capacities. These activities may be 
funded from within amounts provided, up to $10,778,000.
    Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Latin 
Americans of Japanese Descent.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $1,700,000 for the activities authorized by section 
540 of this act.

                   NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE CENTER

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $44,023,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      44,580,000
Committee recommendation................................      44,580,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $44,580,000 for the 
National Drug Intelligence Center [NDIC]. The recommendation is 
$557,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to 
the budget request.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $88,285,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     179,785,000
Committee recommendation................................     165,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $165,000,000 for 
Justice Information Sharing Technology. The recommendation is 
$76,715,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$14,785,000 below the budget request.
    Cyber Security.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$32,100,000 as requested, to strengthen DOJ's cyber security 
program. The Committee supports the Department's efforts to 
better protect its networks and other information technology 
assets and hopes that these resources will allow DOJ to achieve 
the same success in cyber security implementation as it has 
achieved on its FISMA report card.

                LAW ENFORCEMENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $206,143,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     207,727,000
Committee recommendation................................     207,727,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $207,727,000 for 
Tactical Law Enforcement Wireless Communications. The 
recommendation is $1,584,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and equal to the budget request.
    This account centrally funds development, acquisition, 
deployment, operation and maintenance of the Justice 
Department's narrowband wireless communications network.
    IWN Funding.--The Department of Justice has warned 
repeatedly that failure to modernize and replace the antiquated 
patchwork of legacy DOJ component radio systems will jeopardize 
the safety of Federal agents in the field and impede their 
ability to protect the country from terrorism, espionage and 
violent crime. Because of its projected cost, scope and mission 
criticality, the Department maintains that the IWN program is 
one of its single most important current investments.
    However, the request for IWN does not sufficiently address 
the Department's communications deficiencies, security 
vulnerabilities and system reliability, and will contribute to 
the ongoing delays in the nationwide deployment of their 
consolidated wireless radio solution. Accordingly, the 
Committee directs the Department to use these funds for 
accelerated IWN deployment in high priority metropolitan 
regions and interim solutions along the Southwest border. The 
Committee recognizes the need to modernize and upgrade aging 
and failing systems along the Southwest border and in other 
high threat areas of the country.
    Consistent with direction in the explanatory statements 
accompanying Public Law 111-117, all funds for IWN should be 
spent on modernization and improvement of land mobile radio 
[LMR] systems. Any plans related to secure cellular or data 
systems, or non-LMR tactical equipment, must be budgeted for 
and requested separately. To aid in program management and 
oversight, the Department is directed to continue submitting 
quarterly reports to the Committee on the Department's progress 
and achievement in meeting the established performance 
milestones for the use of IWN funds. Continued funding support 
for IWN in future years will be contingent on the Department's 
success in achieving its milestones within cost, schedule and 
performance expectations.
    The Committee notes that the Department has fallen behind 
schedule and has not submitted the IWN quarterly reports to the 
House and Senate Appropriations Committees in a timely fashion. 
The Committee is also concerned that components of the 
Department sole-source LMR contracts that may not be Project-25 
compliant, yet communications and interoperable grants 
administered by the Department require the equipment to be 
compliant. The Department should ensure components are 
purchasing P-25 compliant equipment, and is directed to detail 
these efforts in the quarterly reports.
    The Committee supports the broadest possible use of IWN 
across law enforcement agencies. However, the Department does 
not have the budgetary resources to fund other agencies' use of 
the network. Should other agencies choose to use the network, 
they should assume the full cost of their participation.

                   Administrative Review and Appeals

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................    $296,685,000
Budget estimate, 2011\1\................................     315,220,000
Committee recommendation\1\.............................     315,420,000

\1\Net of a $4,000,000 transfer from the USCIS Immigration Examiners Fee 
Account.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $315,420,000 for 
Administrative Review and Appeals. The recommendation is 
$18,735,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$200,000 above the budget request.
    This account funds the Executive Office for Immigration 
Review [EOIR], including the Board of Immigration Appeals, 
immigration judges, and administrative law judges who decide 
through administrative hearings whether to admit or exclude 
aliens seeking to enter the country, and whether to deport or 
adjust the status of aliens whose status has been challenged. 
This account also funds the Office of the Pardon Attorney which 
receives, investigates, and considers petitions for all forms 
of executive clemency.
    Immigration and Southwest Border Initiative.--The 
Committee's recommendation includes the requested increase of 
$11,039,000 in the budget for EOIR's Immigration and Southwest 
Border Initiative to add 21 Immigration Judge Teams, 10 Board 
of Immigration Appeals [BIA] attorneys, and related immigration 
court and BIA support staff.
    EOIR receives cases directly from Department of Homeland 
Security [DHS] enforcement personnel, in which the Government 
is seeking the removal of aliens who are in the United States 
without lawful status or who have committed some act, typically 
a criminal offense, that renders them removable. EOIR's 
immigration court caseload continues to increase to 
unsustainable levels as a result of heightened and border 
enforcement efforts. The caseload grew 30 percent between 
fiscal year 2004 and 2009, from 300,000 to 390,000 new matters 
coming to EOIR for resolution each year. The number of new 
cases is expected to exceed 400,000 annually by 2011. Increased 
funding will enhance EOIR's ability to provide timely 
adjudications, thus enabling DHS to process those found 
removable immediately upon completion of their sentences, and 
assisting greatly in the efficient use of detention beds.
    Legal Orientation Program [LOP].--The Committee 
recommendation includes $6,200,000, an increase of $200,000, to 
cover the costs associated with the recent implementation and 
expansion of the LOP. The Committee encourages EOIR to dedicate 
additional funds to the LOP, as necessary and available, to 
ensure that there is no reduction in the level of support for 
LOP from year to year.
    The Committee continues its strong support of the LOP, 
which provides guidance to detained aliens about their legal 
rights and responsibilities in the immigration court system. 
Apprehended individuals benefit from better information about 
immigration removal proceedings, and the U.S. taxpayer benefits 
from reduced detention costs through a more efficient legal 
process. The Committee expects EOIR to seek alien-specific 
detention costs and duration of detention data from Immigration 
and Customs Enforcement in order to develop a more accurate 
estimate of the cost savings to the Federal Government provided 
by participation in the LOP.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $2,000,000 for 
Legal Orientation Programs for custodians of unaccompanied 
alien children to address the custodian's responsibility for 
the child's appearance at all immigration proceedings, and to 
protect the child from mistreatment, exploitation, and 
trafficking.

                           Detention Trustee

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,438,663,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,533,863,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,533,863,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,533,863,000 for 
the Office of the Federal Detention Trustee [OFDT]. The 
recommendation is $95,200,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The Office of the Federal Detention Trustee account 
provides oversight of detention management, and improvement and 
coordination of detention activities to ensure that Federal 
agencies involved in detention provide for the safe, secure, 
and humane confinement of persons in the custody of the United 
States.
    The Committee remains concerned about the Department's 
ability to anticipate the true funding needs for this account. 
OFDT had either not requested sufficient resources to meet its 
projected needs or its projections are too inaccurate to serve 
as predictors of the annual funding requirements. On several 
occasions OFDT has had to seek Committee approval for 
reprogrammings to avert deficiencies.
    The Committee directs the Detention Trustee to continue 
reporting to the Committee on a quarterly basis the number of 
individuals in the detention trustee system, the projected 
number of individuals, and the annualized costs associated with 
them.

                      Office of Inspector General

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $84,368,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      88,792,000
Committee recommendation................................      89,792,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $89,792,000 for the 
Office of the Inspector General. The recommendation is 
$5,424,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$1,000,000 above the budget request.
    This account finances the activities of the Office of 
Inspector General [IG] including audits, inspections, 
investigations and other reviews of programs and operations of 
the Department of Justice to promote economy, efficiency and 
effectiveness, and to prevent and detect fraud, waste and 
abuse, as well as violations of ethical standards arising from 
the conduct of Department employees in their numerous and 
diverse activities.

                    United States Parole Commission


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $12,859,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      13,582,000
Committee recommendation................................      13,582,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $13,582,000 for the 
United States Parole Commission. The recommendation is $723,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request.

                            Legal Activities


                        GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $875,097,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     976,389,000
Committee recommendation................................     963,389,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $963,389,000 for 
General Legal Activities salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $88,292,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $13,000,000 below the budget request.
    This appropriation funds the establishment of litigation 
policy, conduct of litigation, and various other legal 
responsibilities, through the Office of the Solicitor General, 
the Tax Division, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, 
the Environmental and Natural Resources Division, the Civil 
Rights Division, the Office of Legal Counsel, Interpol-U.S. 
National Central Bureau, and the Office of Dispute Resolution.
    The Committee strongly supports the additional resources 
proposed by the Department's litigation divisions, for which 
inadequate funding has been proposed in past years. The 
Committee's recommendation provides $5,300,000 for the Human 
Trafficking and Slavery Prosecution Unit [HTSPU], equal to the 
budget request, to fight human trafficking and slavery. The 
Committee is also particularly supportive of the additional 
resources proposed for the Civil Rights Division to continue 
restoring its base capacity to enforce civil rights laws; 
expanding its capacity to prosecute and provide litigation 
support for human trafficking, hate crimes, and unsolved civil 
rights era crimes; carrying out its responsibilities associated 
with the civil rights of institutionalized persons and the 
access of rights of the disabled; and enhance the enforcement 
of fair housing and fair lending laws.
    The Committee remains concerned by the large number of 
suspected human rights violators from foreign countries who 
have found safe haven in the United States and directs the 
Criminal Division to continue increasing efforts to investigate 
and prosecute serious human rights crimes, including genocide, 
torture, use or recruitment of child soldiers, and war crimes. 
For this purpose, within the available funds the Committee 
directs that $1,800,000 be allocated for attorneys, analysts, 
and support personnel in the Criminal Division to investigate 
and prosecute individuals who violate Federal laws on serious 
human rights abuses.
    The Committee recommendations, by Division, are displayed 
in the following table:

                             LEGAL DIVISIONS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Office of the Solicitor General........................           11,018
Tax Division...........................................          114,972
Criminal Division......................................          186,625
Civil Division.........................................          323,553
Environment and Natural Resources Division.............          118,310
Office of Legal Counsel................................            7,782
Civil Rights Division..................................          161,276
Interpol USNCB.........................................           38,518
Office of Dispute Resolution...........................              835
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................          963,389
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Exploited and Missing Children.--The Committee provides an 
additional $1,500,000 above the request to enhance INTERPOL's 
efforts to establish a dedicated global unit to fight child 
exploitation. These resources will assist in enforcing 
requirements outlined in the Adam Walsh Child Protection and 
Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-248) and assist in other 
initiatives to combat child sexual exploitation.

               THE NATIONAL CHILDHOOD VACCINE INJURY ACT

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $7,833,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       7,833,000
Committee recommendation................................       7,833,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides a reimbursement of 
$7,833,000 for legal costs. The recommendation is equal to the 
fiscal year 2010 enacted level and the budget request.
    This account covers Justice Department expenses associated 
with litigating cases under the National Childhood Vaccine 
Injury Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-660).

                           ANTITRUST DIVISION

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $163,170,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     167,028,000
Committee recommendation................................     167,028,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $167,028,000 for 
the Antitrust Division. The recommendation is $3,858,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the budget 
request. This appropriation is offset by $96,000,000 in pre-
merger filing fee collections, resulting in a direct 
appropriation of $71,028,000.

                        UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,934,003,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   2,041,269,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,036,269,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,036,269,000 for 
the U.S. Attorney's salaries and expenses. The recommendation 
is $102,266,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$5,000,000 below the budget request.
    As in past years, the Committee directs the U.S. Attorneys 
[USAs] to focus their efforts on those crimes where the unique 
resources, expertise, or jurisdiction of the Federal Government 
can be most effective. The Committee expects that the resources 
provided be directed to the highest priorities of the USAs.
    Adam Walsh Act Implementation.--The Committee expects EOUSA 
to continue to focus on investigations and prosecutions related 
to the sexual exploitation of children, as authorized by the 
Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006, Public Law 
109-248. Not less than $38,460,000 shall be available for this 
purpose in fiscal year 2011.
    Combating Financial Fraud.--Within funds provided, the 
Committee includes the requested programmatic increase of 
$17,200,000 and 109 positions including 88 new attorneys, to 
enhance efforts in areas of mortgage fraud, bankruptcy, 
affirmative civil enforcement, and white collar crimes.
    Human Trafficking.--The Committee directs the EOUSA, in 
consultation with the United States Attorneys, to designate a 
point of contact in each U.S. Attorney office who shall serve 
as the coordinator for all activities within that office 
concerning human trafficking and slavery matters covered by the 
Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Designating a point of 
contact will improve communication and coordination within each 
jurisdiction, including with victim service organizations, in 
order to better serve the victims of human trafficking and 
slavery.

                   UNITED STATES TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $219,250,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     236,435,000
Committee recommendation................................     236,435,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $236,435,000 for 
the U.S. Trustee System Fund. The recommendation is $17,185,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request. The appropriation is offset by $231,435,000 in 
fee collections and $5,000,000 derived from interest on 
investments in U.S. securities, resulting in a direct 
appropriation of $0, which is equal to the budget request.
    The United States Trustee Program, authorized by 28 U.S.C. 
581 et seq., is the component of the Justice Department with 
responsibility for protecting the integrity of the bankruptcy 
system by overseeing case administration and litigation to 
enforce the bankruptcy laws. In fiscal year 2011, the U.S. 
Trustee Program will participate in an estimated 1.6 million 
business and consumer bankruptcy case filings.

      SALARIES AND EXPENSES, FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $2,117,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       2,159,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,159,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,159,000 for the 
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. The recommendation is 
$42,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to 
the budget request.
    The Foreign Claims Settlement Commission settles claims of 
American citizens arising from nationalization, expropriation, 
or other takings of their properties and interests by foreign 
governments.

                     FEES AND EXPENSES OF WITNESSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $168,300,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     270,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     270,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $270,000,000 for 
fees and expenses of witnesses. The recommendation is equal to 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and $101,700,000 above the 
budget request.
    This appropriation, which is considered mandatory for 
scorekeeping purposes, provides for fees and expenses of 
witnesses who appear on behalf of the Government in cases in 
which the United States is a party, including fact and expert 
witnesses. These funds are also used for mental competency 
examinations, as well as witness and informant protection.
    Expert Witnesses.--Within funds provided, the Committee 
includes the requested programmatic increase of $92,000,000 to 
respond to the increased needs for expert witnesses among the 
litigating divisions and the U.S. Attorney offices. These 
expenses have traditionally been funded in part through 
existing balances; however, that approach left the Department's 
budget for acquiring the services of expert witnesses tight in 
recent years. Given the substantial increase recommended for 
fiscal year 2011 in resources for payment of fees and expenses 
of expert witnesses, the Committee expects that no funds will 
be expended for expert witness services from any DOJ accounts 
but Fees and Expenses of Witnesses.

                      COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $11,479,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      12,606,000
Committee recommendation................................      12,606,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $12,606,000 for the 
Community Relations Service. The recommendation is $1,127,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request. Within the funds provided, as authorized by the 
Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act (Public Law 110-
344), the Committee expects that the Community Relations 
Service will continue partnering with law enforcement agencies 
and communities in conflict, resulting from the investigation 
of unsolved civil rights era cold cases. Therefore, the 
Committee supports the budget request of $250,000 dedicated to 
support CRS involvement assisting and serving as mediators by 
bringing together law enforcement agencies and communities in 
conflict resulting from the investigation of violations of 
criminal civil rights statutes, specifically regarding issues 
surrounding civil rights and cold cases.
    The Community Relations Service, established by title X of 
the Civil Rights Act of 1964, provides assistance to 
communities and persons in the prevention and resolution of 
disagreements arising from discriminatory practices.

                         ASSETS FORFEITURE FUND

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $20,990,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      20,990,000
Committee recommendation................................      20,990,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $20,990,000 for the 
Assets Forfeiture Fund. The recommendation is equal to the 
fiscal year 2010 enacted level and to the budget request.
    The Assets Forfeiture Fund [AFF] provides funds for 
qualifying expenses of Federal law enforcement agencies and 
their State or local partners. Funds for these activities are 
provided from receipts deposited in the Assets Forfeiture Fund 
resulting from the seizure and liquidation of assets. Expenses 
related to the management and disposal of assets are also 
provided from the Assets Forfeiture Fund by a permanent 
indefinite appropriation.

                     United States Marshals Service


                         salaries and expenses

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,125,763,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,180,534,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,190,534,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,190,534,000 for 
the U.S. Marshals Service [USMS] salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $64,771,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $10,000,000 above the budget request.
    The core mission of the USMS includes the apprehension of 
fugitives, protection of the Federal judiciary, protection of 
witnesses, execution of warrants and court orders, and the 
custody and transportation of accused and unsentenced 
prisoners.
    Judicial and Courthouse Security.--The Committee recommends 
an appropriation of $467,018,000 for judicial and courthouse 
security. The recommendation is $13,992,000 above the fiscal 
year 2010 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    Judicial Security Training.--The conferees note that the 
Office of the Inspector General [OIG] issued a December 2009 
report on protection of the judiciary and U.S. Attorneys that 
found that Federal judges, U.S. Attorneys and Assistant U.S. 
Attorneys [AUSAs] were not consistently reporting threats on a 
timely basis and, more troubling, not reporting threats at all 
in some instances. The Committee is concerned that the Federal 
judiciary and U.S. Attorneys' Offices may fail to participate 
in security and threat training, and recommends better 
communication between the Marshals Service and their protectees 
to clarify the categories of security threats and coordination 
to ensure that reporting and response processes are in place. 
The Committee directs the Inspector General to audit the 
attendance of judges, U.S. attorneys and AUSAs at judicial 
security training provided by the U.S. Marshals Service, also 
taking into account whether any independent security training 
is occurring. The OIG is to report its findings to the 
Committee on attendance at these security trainings for fiscal 
year 2010 within 120 days of enactment of this act. In 
addition, the OIG is to report its findings to the Committee on 
attendance at these security trainings for fiscal year 2011 by 
November 1, 2011.
    Immigration Enforcement.--The Committee strongly supports 
the U.S. Marshals Service increase in funding for immigration 
enforcement. The flow of human trafficking and narcotics into 
the United States, along with smuggling of illegal firearms and 
criminal profits out of the United States has had a devastating 
effect on the country, as well as Canada and Mexico. In the 
past, the U.S. Marshals Service was forced to divert resources 
from fugitive apprehension to address this growing problem. The 
Committee hopes that these additional resources will alleviate 
pressure on other marshals programs.
    Sexual Offender Apprehension.--The Adam Walsh Child 
Protection and Safety Act of 2006 (Public Law 109-248) gives 
the U.S. Marshals Service the authority to treat as fugitives 
convicted sex offenders who fail to register. It also directs 
the marshals to assist jurisdictions in locating and 
apprehending these individuals. There are roughly 135,000 non-
compliant offenders in the United States.
    The Committee commends the U.S. Marshals Service for 
annualizing $50,985,000 of prior year supplemental and annual 
funds into its 2011 budget request for enforcement of the Adam 
Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. To date, the USMS has 
hired 170 new deputy marshals to assist States in locating and 
apprehending sex offenders who violate sex offender 
registration requirements. The Committee is concerned, however, 
that the administration requests no additional resources to 
expand this program beyond the current level of effort. The 
U.S. Marshals Service estimates it needs a dedicated force of 
at least 500 deputy marshals to fulfill its Adam Walsh Act 
responsibilities. Therefore, the Committee appropriates an 
additional $10,000,000 above the budget request for the 
Marshals Service to hire an additional 50 deputy marshals to 
expand Adam Walsh enforcement activities in districts across 
the country, with the goal of hiring and equipping 500 new 
deputy marshals in total by 2015. The Committee would also urge 
the Department of Justice to submit a reprogramming request in 
2011 that would reallocate funds from lower priority programs 
across the Department to enable the Marshals Service to enhance 
its Adam Walsh enforcement mission.
    This funding will also continue support for the National 
Sex Offender Targeting Center, improve the agency's information 
technology backbone, and reinforce the agency's infrastructure 
so that deputy marshals have timely, accurate investigative 
information to track down and arrest those who prey on our 
Nation's children.
    Regional Fugitive Task Forces.--The Committee strongly 
supports the U.S. Marshals Service's Regional Fugitive Task 
Forces [RFTFs], which are effective partnerships with other 
Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies to apprehend 
violent fugitives, including violent sex offenders. The 
Committee directs the USMS, within the increase provided above 
the enacted level, to provide at least $20,000,000 to enhance 
the seven existing task forces and establish new task force 
capabilities in areas of the United States not currently served 
by RFTFs.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $26,625,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      26,625,000
Committee recommendation................................      26,625,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $26,625,000 for 
construction in space controlled, occupied, or utilized by the 
USMS in United States courthouses and Federal buildings, 
including but not limited to the creation, renovation, and 
expansion of prisoner movement areas, elevators, and other law 
enforcement and court security support space. As in prior 
years, the Committee's intent is to provide for all 
construction activity to support the mission of the USMS in 
protection of the Federal judiciary and other law enforcement 
activities.

                       NATIONAL SECURITY DIVISION

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $87,938,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      99,537,000
Committee recommendation................................      99,537,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $99,537,000 for the 
National Security Division [NSD]. The recommendation is 
$11,599,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal 
to the budget request.
    The National Security Division [NSD] coordinates the 
Department's national security and terrorism missions through 
law enforcement investigations and prosecutions, and handling 
counterespionage cases. The NSD works in coordination with the 
FBI, the Intelligence Community, and U.S. attorneys. Its 
primary function is to prevent acts of terrorism and espionage 
from being perpetrated in the United States by foreign powers.

                      Interagency Law Enforcement


                 INTERAGENCY CRIME AND DRUG ENFORCEMENT

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $528,569,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     579,319,000
Committee recommendation................................     574,319,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $574,319,000 for 
Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement. The recommendation is 
$45,750,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$5,000,000 below the budget request.
    The Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement Account funds 
the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Forces [OCDETF], 
which is the centerpiece of the Department's drug enforcement 
and counternarcotics efforts. The mission of OCDETF is to 
ensure a coordinated, multi-agency approach to identifying, 
disrupting and dismantling those drug trafficking and money 
laundering organizations primarily responsible for the Nation's 
illicit drug supply and drug-related violence. Through its nine 
intelligence-based, prosecutor-led regional task forces, this 
program utilizes the seven Federal law enforcement agencies to 
target major drug trafficking organizations and their financial 
infrastructure. This account also funds the OCDETF Fusion 
Center [OFC], an operational intelligence center combining the 
analytical resources and intelligence information of the OCDETF 
member agencies and others.
    Southwest Border Enforcement Initiative.--The Committee is 
concerned about the continuing violence and crime on the 
Southwest border and supports the Department's coordinated 
approach to address illegal narcotics and related criminal 
activities and violence there. Therefore, the Committee 
provides the full budget request of $176,100,000, an increase 
of $37,339,000 over the fiscal year 2010 enacted level to hire 
and deploy 158 new positions, including 29 agents and 58 
attorneys, to support a significant expansion of and investment 
in the OCDETF program on the Southwest border. This will deploy 
resources pursuant to a single, coherent strategic plan that 
will provide for escalating enforcement and prosecutorial 
activities along the Southwest border and in interior regions 
of the United States affected significantly by Southwest border 
drug trafficking.
    Increased resources will allow OCDETF to expand the number 
of high priority drug investigations and initiatives it 
supports, such as Mexican and Columbian fugitive apprehension 
teams; collocated, collaborative strike forces of ATF, FBI, 
U.S. Marshals Service and DEA agents; intelligence capacity; 
Southwest border investigative and prosecutorial activities; 
and the new Southwest Border Threat Response Unit to better 
support OCDETF title III wiretap requests.
    Sophisticated, Mexico-based, transnational criminal 
organizations are responsible for the violence along the 
border. The Department has proven that the best way to fight 
such large scale criminal organizations is through the 
prosecutor-led, intelligence-driven, multi-agency task forces 
of the OCDETF Program, which blend the strengths, resources and 
expertise of the complete spectrum of Federal, State, local and 
international investigative and prosecutorial agencies. 
OCDETF's coordinated attack has yielded some of the most 
significant progress against the Mexican cartels to date, such 
as Projects Coronado and Deliverance. Through the coordination 
of the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General, OCDETF 
provides a coordinated, inter-agency process and effort to 
ensure that resources are targeted to the most urgent needs.

                    Federal Bureau of Investigation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $7,557,556,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   8,083,475,000
Committee recommendation................................   8,083,475,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $8,083,475,000 for 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] salaries and 
expenses. The recommendation is $424,853,000 above the fiscal 
year 2010 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    Five-Year Budget.--Implementation of a multi-year budget 
planning approach has been urged by the Committee in the past, 
as well as various external review groups, such as the National 
Academy for Public Administration. This approach will also 
allow the FBI to better participate in the Intelligence 
Community budget process. The Committee encourages the FBI to 
continue pursuing the 5-year budget within the administration.
    Surveillance.--The FBI's surveillance program provides 
critical surveillance and mobility capabilities for national 
security and criminal investigations. The Committee is 
concerned that substantial gaps continue to exist within the 
surveillance program that could undermine FBI's efforts to 
protect our Nation from terrorists and criminals. Therefore, 
the Committee provides the request of an additional $25,179,000 
to hire additional personnel to help address these gaps. The 
Committee directs that no less than 75 percent of these 
additional funds shall be spent on Special Surveillance Groups.
    Cyber Initiative.--The Committee is concerned that the 
threat of cyber-related foreign intelligence operations to the 
United States is rapidly expanding. These cyber intrusions 
present a national security threat and have compromised 
thousands of computers on U.S. Government and private sector 
networks. The FBI is in a unique position to counter cyber 
threats as the only agency with the statutory authority, 
expertise, and ability to combine counterterrorism, 
counterintelligence, and criminal resources to neutralize, 
mitigate, and disrupt illegal computer-supported operations 
domestically. The Committee recognizes the FBI's efforts and 
recommends the full request of $181,754,000 for this effort, 
which includes an additional 163 positions and $45,926,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level to further the FBI's 
investigatory, intelligence gathering, and technological 
capabilities.
    Sentinel.--The Committee has followed closely the 
development of Sentinel, the FBI's case management system. The 
Committee understands that the development plan for Sentinel 
uses a phased approach, in which each phase is independent of 
the next and capabilities are delivered to FBI Agents and other 
personnel throughout the development process. Delivery of the 
final Phase 2 capabilities will be completed by fall 2010. 
However, the Committee is extremely concerned about how the FBI 
will now deliver phases 3 and 4 of Sentinel, and what the cost 
implications will be. Therefore, the Committee directs that no 
new development for these two phases may be undertaken until 
the Committee is briefed on and approves the plan going 
forward.
    The Committee notes that the Bureau issued a stop-work 
order for phases 3 and 4 to its contractor in March 2010. While 
the Committee believes that the FBI took the necessary measures 
to cease development and save taxpayer dollars, it regrets that 
this action was necessary and that the monitoring systems in 
place were not sufficient to identify issues and support mid-
stream corrective actions. The Department's Office of the 
Inspector General [IG], whose staff has been embedded within 
the Sentinel Program Office, is expected to coordinate with the 
FBI to reinstate all necessary oversight reviews and provide a 
detailed description on all monitoring efforts, and how they 
can be improved in future development activities.
    In addition, the Committee is disappointed that the IG's 
office had personnel embedded within the program and yet failed 
to identify the inherent weaknesses of the FBI's management 
practices. The Committee expects the FBI and the IG to identify 
clearly the failures in the monitoring systems for Sentinel and 
how each office will correct its respective deficiencies.
    Workforce Distribution.--The Committee notes that the FBI's 
staffing levels have increased since 2001 and will increase 
again in fiscal year 2011. While the FBI has undergone a major 
reorganization of its mission priorities, the Committee remains 
concerned that the Bureau has not adequately considered the 
proper distribution of its staffing to field offices around the 
country. As a result, staffing levels continue to vary 
dramatically from State to State, both in terms of the 
population of a State and the threats that exist within that 
State. As the FBI considers the distribution of new agents 
across the United States, the Committee encourages the FBI to 
also consider the allocation of agents to field offices that 
could alleviate disparities in the number of personnel between 
field offices.
    National Security Threats.--The Committee recommends the 
full request to support the FBI's critical national security 
efforts to conduct investigations to prevent, disrupt and deter 
acts of terrorism, and continue to strengthen working 
relationships with other Federal, State and local partners. The 
Committee recommendation includes $455,100,000 in base funding 
and $25,179,000 in enhancements for national security 
initiatives to increase efforts within FBI field offices to 
develop and strengthen surveillance resources, intelligence 
analysis, Legal Attache resources, and working partnerships 
with Federal, State and local agencies.
    Criminal Justice Information Services Division.--The 
Committee's recommendation provides $675,600,000 including fee 
collections for the Criminal Justice Information Services 
Division [CJIS], including $291,100,000 in appropriated funds 
and $384,500,000 in user fees.
    Human Rights Violations.--The Committee is concerned by the 
large number of suspected human rights violators from foreign 
countries who have found safe haven in the United States and 
directs the FBI to increase efforts to investigate and support 
the criminal prosecution by the Department of Justice of 
serious human rights crimes committed by these foreign 
nationals, including genocide, torture, use or recruitment of 
child soldiers and war crimes. The Committee directs that, from 
within available funds, $1,500,000 be allocated for agents and 
associated support personnel at FBI headquarters.
    Civil Rights Enforcement.--Civil rights investigations are 
a top criminal investigative priority for the FBI. The 
Committee recognizes the FBI as the lead agency responsible for 
the investigation of violations of Federal civil rights laws, 
and supports the request of $36,600,000 for the civil rights 
program. The Committee expects these funds to be used for 
investigation of human trafficking, hate crimes, and cases 
pursued under the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Right Act.
    Critical Infrastructure.--The Committee supports the budget 
request of an additional $25,121,000 to address shortfalls in 
the FBI's information technology (IT) infrastructure, enhance 
laboratory capabilities, and to bolster the FBI's intelligence 
program. For several years, the Committee has been concerned 
that insufficient operations, practices, and substandard 
maintenance could result in systems failures and the 
unavailability of time-sensitive data to agents in the field. 
The Committee urges the Department of Justice to include in 
future budget requests the appropriate resources to maintain 
and operate its critical facilities and physical infrastructure 
at the highest standard, consistent with industry best 
practices, to ensure that these systems can perform critical 
functions for the FBI.
    Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement.--Within funds 
provided, the Committee urges the FBI to continue to make the 
detection, investigation, and prosecution of domestic and 
international intellectual property crimes an investigative 
priority. The Committee also urges the FBI to continue field 
office collaboration with the U.S. Attorneys' Computer Hacking 
and Intellectual Property Rights units and to continue to 
support the FBI Headquarters Intellectual Property Rights 
program coordination with the Department of Justice's Criminal 
Division's Computer Crime and Intellectual Property section.
    Innocent Images National Initiative [IINI].--The Committee 
recommendation provides $52,971,000 for the Innocent Images 
National Initiative. The Committee has provided this funding to 
address the critical requirements for Federal law enforcement 
in attacking the problem of child sexual exploitation and child 
victimization.
    Sexual predators use the Internet as their new weapon of 
choice to target children because more children are online and 
therefore at risk. The Innocent Images program allows the FBI 
to target and investigate sexual predators on the Internet. The 
Innocent Images workload has increased dramatically, from 113 
cases opened in 1996 to over 2,500 cases currently open--a 
2,000 percent increase. The FBI's fiscal year 2011 budget 
request includes $52,971,000 for the Innocent Images program, 
which is essentially funded at the enacted level. Last year, 
Congress provided an increase of $14,000,000 for Innocent 
Images. The Committee trusts that the budget request is 
sufficient to cover the current Innocent Images caseload; 
however, should the threat of child predators on the Internet 
continue to grow, the Committee expects that future budget 
requests for the FBI will include adequate resources dedicated 
to investigate child predators who prey on children online.
    Innocence Lost Initiative.--Every day children are being 
recruited and forced into child prostitution. In the United 
States alone, an estimated 300,000 children are forced into 
prostitution, with the average age of a new child prostitute 
being 13 years old. To address this horrific crime, in 2003 the 
FBI in conjunction with the Department of Justice Child 
Exploitation and Obscenity Section and the National Center for 
Missing and Exploited Children launched the Innocence Lost 
National Initiative. Their combined efforts are aimed at 
addressing the growing problem of domestic sex trafficking of 
children in the United States. These efforts have rescued over 
900 children, and led to the conviction of more than 500 child 
exploiters. The Committee applauds these efforts and fully 
funds the request for $26,100,000, which includes an increase 
of $6,946,000 to hire an additional 10 agents for the Innocence 
Lost Initiative.
    Mortgage Fraud.--The sub-prime mortgage crisis continues to 
threaten the Nation's economic security. Suspicious Activity 
Reports [SARS] filed by various financial institutions 
increased 869 percent the last 7 years alone, and show no signs 
of decreasing. This increase in mortgage fraud activity is 
greatly straining the FBI's white-collar crime investigative 
capabilities. The Committee fully supports the requested 
$71,497,000 increase to hire 143 new agents and 21 intelligence 
analysts to augment the current positions conducting mortgage 
fraud investigations.
    Investigations Into Severe Forms of Trafficking in 
Persons.--Within the total amount provided, the Committee's 
recommendation includes $15,000,000 for the FBI to investigate 
severe forms of trafficking in persons as authorized by section 
113(h) of Public Law 106-386, as amended. As the lead Federal 
law enforcement agency, the FBI's ability to combat trafficking 
and slavery would be significantly enhanced through additional 
resources devoted specifically to the growing problem of 
trafficking and slavery. The funding shall be used for 
investigations into trafficking and slavery and providing 
victim witness coordinators when needed on an emergency basis.
    Gang Enforcement.--The Department of Justice estimates 
there are roughly 1 million gang members in 30,000 gangs in all 
50 States and the District of Columbia. With gang membership 
rising and violent crime continuing to be a problem, local law 
enforcement needs a strong partnership with Federal Government. 
Currently, there are 160 Safe Streets Violent Gang Task Forces. 
These partnerships allow FBI agents and State and local law 
enforcement to work as teams to fight street crime. The 
Committee directs the FBI to continue supporting its Safe 
Streets Task Force program at no less than the current services 
level.
    Federal-State Anti-Terrorism Activities.--Joint Terrorism 
Task Forces [JTTFs] are teams of Federal and State law 
enforcement working together to identify and respond to 
terrorist threats at the local level. There are now more than 
100 JTTFs led by the FBI. The JTTFs focus on maximizing 
interagency cooperation and coordination by employing cohesive 
units of full- and part-time Federal, State and local officers 
who are capable of addressing a wide range of terrorism 
matters. Local and State police rely on FBI for information, 
guidance, leadership, and training, as well as for critical 
intelligence information about threats to our country. The 
Committee urges the FBI to continue providing resources in its 
budget request to expand the number of JTTFs in future years.
    DNA Technical Review Standards.--The Committee is wary of 
recent attempts by private, for-profit DNA laboratories to have 
DOJ and the FBI change drastically their current DNA policy by 
weakening DNA technical review standards and allowing private 
DNA labs access to the Federal DNA database. Such a change may 
place unfair and unnecessary pressure on State and local public 
crime labs to outsource DNA evidence to for-profit labs, which 
stand to gain large profits from such business.
    Public laboratories throughout the United States have 
focused their efforts on eliminating backlogs and ensuring they 
have the capacity to minimize their recurrence. The Committee 
understands the great demands made of them by lawmakers, law 
enforcement, the criminal justice system and victims groups to 
reduce DNA backlogs. Both the Committee and the forensic 
community at large fear, however, that weakening current 
Federal DNA technical review standards and outsourcing mass 
quantities of sensitive DNA evidence to private labs without a 
way to hold accountable the quality of work and integrity of 
those labs does not address the best interests of this Nation's 
victims of violent crime.
    The Committee is disappointed in the Department's failure 
to heed the concerns to follow the recommendations of the DOJ 
Inspector General in Audit Report 09-38 September 2009 and 
Audit Report GR-40-09-005 September 2009, particularly the 
sole-sourcing of contracts from NIJ. The Committee directs the 
Inspector General to review all communications, including but 
not limited to, phone records, text messages, emails, letters, 
solicitations and faxes for the past eight years and report 
back to the Committee no less than 18 months after enactment of 
this act.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $239,915,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     181,202,000
Committee recommendation................................     181,202,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $181,202,000 for 
Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] construction. The 
recommendation is $58,713,000 below the fiscal year 2010 
funding level and equal to the budget request.
    FBI Academy.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$73,892,000 for the renovations/construction necessary to 
expand the training facilities at the FBI Academy in Quantico, 
Virginia. The FBI Academy was built in 1972, and has not 
undergone major renovation/upgrades since, aside from the 
addition of a dorm in 1988. The Academy is home to new agents 
for the first 21 weeks of their FBI career, is the setting for 
new intelligence analyst training, houses the National Academy, 
is the venue for the FBI's Leadership Development Institute, 
and is the locale for various other FBI training opportunities. 
The Academy is continuously operating at maximum capacity, 
which leaves little opportunity for both scheduled and 
unscheduled renovation--a necessity due to the age of the 
Academy. In order to meet the FBI's specialized training 
requirements it is imperative that the facilities are upgraded. 
The resources provided in this bill will increase training 
capacity at the Academy and bring several buildings at Quantico 
up to current safety standards.
    Terrorist Explosive Device Analytical Center [TEDAC].--The 
Committee is dismayed that the administration proposes to 
cancel $93,895,000 in funds previously appropriated by the 
Congress for the construction of TEDAC. This action can only be 
described as short-sighted and, would leave this Nation 
vulnerable to the threat from terrorist use of explosives.
    Homeland Security Presidential Directive-19 (HSPD-19), 
Combating Terrorist Use of Explosives in the Homeland, states, 
in part, about TEDAC the following: ``Terrorists have 
repeatedly shown their willingness and ability to use 
explosives as weapons, worldwide and there is ample 
intelligence to support the conclusion that they will continue 
to use such devices to inflict harm. The threat of explosive 
attacks in the United States is of great concern considering 
terrorists' ability to make, obtain, and use explosives, the 
ready availability of components used in improvised explosive 
device [IED] construction, the relative technological ease with 
which an IED can be fashioned, and the nature of our free 
society.'' The TEDAC and the specialized facilities to be built 
there, such as the explosives synthesis laboratory, will enable 
the FBI to fulfill its assigned responsibilities under the 
HSPD-19 national strategy and implementation plan.
    The Committee also understands that intelligence developed 
from the forensic and technical exploitation of IEDs by TEDAC 
is of value both tactically to the war fighter and 
strategically to the intelligence and homeland security 
communities. So, it seems that the United States would benefit 
from the establishment of an enduring capacity to exploit IEDs 
and related materials to support military, intelligence, law 
enforcement and homeland security needs. Certainly, a unified 
approach to leveraging and sharing intelligence and information 
from IEDs seems to be a ``good government'' approach and 
preferable to each agency doing its own thing and duplicating 
each other's efforts. The Committee is aware that latent prints 
developed by TEDAC personnel have been used to identify 
previously unknown individuals who were involved in IED attacks 
and who were residing in the United States. Presently TEDAC is 
receiving approximately 700 boxes of IEDs and related materials 
each month and that since 2004, when the FBI Laboratory began 
accepting submissions from Iraq and Afghanistan, TEDAC has 
received nearly 56,000 boxes of IEDs and related materials. The 
influx of this workload has had a tremendous impact on the 
capacity of the FBI Laboratory to perform its other national 
security and law enforcement casework. In particular, the 
Committee understands that turnaround times for completing 
casework have increased threefold and that many FBI field 
offices are submitting evidence to State and local forensic 
laboratories due to the inability to obtain timely forensic 
examinations--a situation that has contributed to the large 
workloads and backlogs in State and local labs.
    The Committee believes the decision by the Office of 
Management and Budget [OMB] to cancel the TEDAC funding is an 
unwise and ill-timed proposal that leaves the American public 
unprepared and unprotected, an unacceptable outcome. The FBI 
has lost a year in building an explosives intelligence 
capability that our Nation needs--a capability that is 
recognized in presidential decision directives and threat 
assessments, and by the FBI Director, the military, 
intelligence, and homeland security agencies working this 
threat on a daily basis. Therefore, the Committee rejects this 
proposed rescission and directs the FBI to obligate the funds 
to complete this critical national security tool.

                    Drug Enforcement Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $2,019,682,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   2,088,176,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,088,176,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,088,176,000 for 
the Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA]. The recommendation 
is $68,494,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
equal to the budget request. The recommendation provides 
$291,832,000 from Drug Enforcement Administration's Drug 
Diversion Control Fee Account.
    The DEA's mission is to enforce the controlled substances 
laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the 
criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any 
other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal 
members of organizations involved in the growing, 
manufacturing, or distribution of controlled substances 
appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United 
States; and to support non-enforcement programs aimed at 
reducing the availability of illicit controlled substances on 
the domestic and international markets.
    Methamphetamine Cleanup.--The recommended level includes 
$10,000,000 for the DEA to assist State, local and tribal law 
enforcement agencies with the proper removal and disposal of 
hazardous materials at clandestine methamphetamine labs, 
including funds for training, technical assistance, a container 
program, and purchase of equipment. These funds were previously 
provided by transfer from the COPS program.
    Diversion Control Program.--Full funding of $291,832,000 is 
provided for the Diversion Control program, which is an 
increase of $40,042,000 for expanded forensic support of 
diversion cases and is fully offset with fee collections.
    Southwest Border Enforcement.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $12,306,000 in enhancements for a total 
of $67,847,000, for support of DEA's enforcement efforts along 
the Southwest border including $10,806,000 to make permanent 
the enhanced Mexican Sensitive Investigation Unit program. 
These resources will help DEA to expand its presence along the 
border, address increased workload related to narcotics 
seizures by DHS, and respond to specific field intelligence 
priorities.
    Special Operations Division--Terrorism Investigations Unit 
for Afghanistan.--From within funds provided, the Committee 
appropriates $8,600,000 for the DEA's Special Operations 
Division to create a third Terrorism Investigations Unit for 
Afghanistan, which will be dedicated to investigating and 
prosecuting narco-terrorists. Drug trafficking in Afghanistan 
provides over 90 percent of the world's opium, fuels the 
Taliban insurgency, corrupts public officials and undermines 
political stability and the rule of law. The Taliban has 
morphed into a hybrid--one part terrorist organization, one 
part global drug trafficking cartel. To protect Coalition 
Forces from an influx of weapons now and leave Afghanistan on a 
firm footing in the future, this relationship between terrorism 
and drugs must end.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget Request, 2011....................................     $41,941,000
Committee recommendation................................      41,941,000

    This appropriation provides funds for the construction of 
DEA facilities and related activities. For fiscal year 2011, 
the Committee recommends $41,941,000, which is equal to the 
budget request.
    El Paso Intelligence Center [EPIC].--EPIC is a national 
tactical intelligence center that supports law enforcement 
efforts throughout the United States, Mexico and the rest of 
the Western Hemisphere, and is DEA's long-standing and most 
important intelligence sharing organization focusing on the 
Southwest border. Much of EPIC's success stems from its strong 
partnerships forged among the more than 20 Federal, State and 
local agencies represented at the Center, as well as 
representatives from foreign police organizations in Mexico and 
Colombia. Through its 24-hour Watch function, EPIC collects, 
analyzes and disseminates tactical intelligence for over 19,000 
Federal, State and local law enforcement agents, investigators 
and analysts at all levels of government, which they can use in 
investigations and operations to target Southwest border 
smuggling, and other violent and criminal activities.
    The high demand of the interagency community for space 
within EPIC clearly demonstrates the value it provides to DEA 
and its law enforcement and intelligence partners. EPIC is 
literally bursting at the seams and has requests from 
additional law enforcement and intelligence agencies for 
additional space and capabilities to house more personnel 
throughout fiscal years 2010 and 2011. In addition, the 
numerous investments made in EPIC over the past several decades 
and its strong reputation among Federal, State, local and 
foreign partners make EPIC a natural choice for continued 
expansion as law enforcement entities seek to further 
consolidate and coordinate their interdiction, intelligence, 
and investigative activities focused on the Southwest border 
region. The Committee supports making the full upgrades to 
EPIC's infrastructure to accommodate the expected and necessary 
growth. Therefore, the recommended level provides the full 
budget request of $41,941,000 for costs related to the 
renovation of the existing EPIC facility and architectural/
engineering services for the planned expansion of the building.

          Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,114,772,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,162,986,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,162,986,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,162,986,000 for 
the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives [ATF]. 
The recommendation is $48,214,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The ATF's mission is to reduce violent crime, prevent 
terrorism, and protect the public. ATF reduces the criminal use 
of firearms and illegal firearms trafficking, and assists other 
Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies in reducing 
crime and violence. ATF investigates bombing and arson 
incidents and provides for public safety by reducing the 
criminal misuse of explosives, trafficking in explosives, 
combating acts of arson and arson-for-profit schemes, and 
removing safety hazards caused by improper and unsafe storage 
of explosive materials.
    U.S.-Mexico Firearms Trafficking.--The Committee 
recommendation provides for the full request of $11,815,000 for 
ATF's efforts to combat weapon trafficking on the border. This 
will annualize funding and positions for three Project 
Gunrunner Teams established in the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act.
    Violent Crime Impact Teams.--The Committee continues to 
strongly support the ATF's Violent Crime Impact Team [VCIT] 
initiative to pursue violent criminals and reduce the 
occurrence of homicides and firearms-related violent crime 
through the use of geographic targeting, proactive 
investigation, and prosecution of those responsible. The VCIT 
uses a multi-agency approach and works closely with State and 
local law enforcement to identify, target, disrupt, arrest, and 
prosecute violent criminals.
    Conversion of Records.--The Committee recognizes the need 
for ATF to complete the conversion of tens of thousands of 
existing Federal firearms dealer out-of-business records from 
film to digital images at the ATF National Tracing Center 
[NTC]. Once the out-of-business records are fully converted, 
search time for these records will be reduced significantly. 
The Committee urges the ATF to continue the conversion and 
integration of these records.
    National Integrated Ballistic Information Network.--The 
Committee continues to support the National Integrated 
Ballistic Information Network [NIBIN], including significant 
investment made by State and local law enforcement partners to 
build the current NIBIN database. The Committee believes ATF 
should move expeditiously to ensure that ballistic-imaging 
technology is routinely refreshed, upgraded, and deployed to 
State and local law enforcement. The Committee urges ATF to 
prioritize the upgrading and replacement of aging ballistic 
imaging equipment in its fiscal year 2011 operating budget and 
in future budget requests. ATF should ensure upgrades and 
replacements maximize and protect the resources invested by 
State and local law enforcement.

                         Federal Prison System

    The Committee recommendation provides a total of 
$6,806,212,000 for the Federal Prison System, or Bureau of 
Prisons [BOP]. The recommendation is $618,126,000 above the 
fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $6,086,231,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   6,533,779,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,533,779,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $6,533,779,000 for 
BOP salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $447,548,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request.
    The recommendation shall be expended in the following 
manner:

                          SALARIES AND EXPENSES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Inmate Care and Programs...............................        2,382,820
Institution Security and Administration................        2,930,673
Contract Confinement...................................        1,010,315
Management and Administration..........................          209,971
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Correctional Officer Staffing--The Federal prison 
population has grown explosively over the last 20 years. Rising 
from roughly 25,000 prisoners in 1980, the population is 
estimated to grow to more than 228,000 by the end of fiscal 
year 2010. BOP estimates that its inmate population will 
increase by at least 7,000 net new inmates per year for 2010 
and 2011. Correspondingly, the overcrowding rate is projected 
to rise to 43 percent in 2011, up from 40 percent in 2010. What 
is more distressing is that the high-security inmate population 
overcrowding rate is at 52 percent. Chronic underfunding based 
on inadequate budget requests have forced BOP to rely 
excessively on correctional officer overtime and the diversion 
of program staff instead of hiring additional correctional 
officers, leaving the workforce spread dangerously thin and 
compromising BOP's ability to operate in a safe and efficient 
manner.
    To continue the steps Congress took in fiscal years 2009 
and 2010 to address BOP's understaffing problem, the Committee 
provides the full budget request of $3,859,100,000, an increase 
of $59,100,000 over fiscal year 2010, to fill 1,200 vacant 
correctional worker positions to safely manage the growing 
inmate population at BOP institutions.
    Sexual Misconduct.--The Committee commends the BOP on its 
work to address and prevent staff sexual misconduct. With funds 
provided in earlier appropriations acts, the National Institute 
of Corrections has made useful progress in providing training 
and technical support to correctional systems throughout the 
country to eliminate staff sexual misconduct with inmates, 
provide training in investigating cases, and training the 
``trainers'' in order that employees at every level will be 
more aware of, and better prepared to deal with, these cases.
    Inmate Care and Programs.--This activity covers the costs 
of all food, medical supplies, clothing, welfare services, 
release clothing, transportation, gratuities, staff salaries 
(including salaries of Health Resources and Services 
Administration commissioned officers), and operational costs of 
functions directly related to providing inmate care. This 
decision unit also finances the costs of education and 
vocational training, drug treatment, religious programs, 
psychological services, and other inmate programs such as Life 
Connections.
    Institution Security and Administration.--This activity 
covers costs associated with the maintenance of facilities and 
institution security. This activity finances institution 
maintenance, motor pool operations, powerhouse operations, 
institution security and other administrative functions. 
Finally, this activity covers costs associated with regional 
and central office executive direction and management support 
functions such as research and evaluation, systems support, 
financial management, budget functions, safety, and legal 
counsel.
    Contract Confinement.--This activity provides for the 
confinement of sentenced Federal offenders in Government-owned, 
contractor-operated facilities, contracts with State and local 
facilities, the care of Federal prisoners in contract community 
residential centers, and assistance by the National Institute 
of Corrections to State and local corrections. This activity 
also covers costs associated with management and oversight of 
contract confinement functions.
    Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of ensuring that the 
Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary [ADX], also 
known as the ``Supermax,'' has adequate funding to retain staff 
levels necessary to provide strict oversight of prisoner 
activities and communications; and to ensure the safety of 
prison staff. Further, the facility has a pressing need to 
upgrade its security infrastructure. The Committee urges the 
Federal Bureau of Prisons to allocate funding necessary to 
address these safety requirements.
    National Institute of Corrections [NIC].--The NIC provides 
valuable training and services, including research and 
evaluation, technical assistance, information sharing and 
planning to State and local adult corrections agencies, the BOP 
and other Federal agencies. To address deficiencies identified 
by the U.S. Census Bureau in the reporting of inmate address 
information, the Committee rejects the budget request to 
eliminate resources for NIC and expects NIC to work with State 
corrections agencies to develop better procedures and systems 
for collecting and maintaining corrections records.
    Second Chance Act implementation.--The Second Chance Act 
(Public Law 110-199) imposed new requirements on BOP to 
facilitate the successful reentry of offenders back into their 
communities and reduce the rate of recidivism. Among those 
requirements are the establishment of recidivism reduction 
goals and increased collaboration with State, tribal, local, 
community, and faith-based organizations to improve the reentry 
of prisoners. The Committee is aware that BOP is currently 
developing and Inmate Skills Development [ISD] strategy, as 
required by Second Chance Act, to assess prisoner's skills upon 
incarceration and provide programming based on that assessment 
to fill skill deficits and address other reentry needs. The 
Committee recommendation includes $39,695,000, an increase of 
$25,927,000 and 42 FTE above the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level, for ISD and other Second Chance Act activities as 
proposed by the Department. The Committee notes, however, BOP 
has indicated that approximately $75,000,000 is required to 
fully implement its Second Chance Act responsibilities. The 
Committee expects the Department to propose significant 
additional funding for this purpose in the fiscal year 2012 
budget request.

                        BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $99,155,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     269,733,000
Committee recommendation................................     269,733,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $269,733,000 for 
the construction, modernization, maintenance, and repair of 
prison and detention facilities housing Federal prisoners. The 
recommendation is $170,578,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation provides for $74,253,000 for 
modernization and repairs.
    Facility Acquisition.--The exponential growth of the 
Federal prison inmate population has far outpaced growth in 
prison capacity and reached grave proportions, endangering the 
safety of not only the inmates, but also correctional staff and 
surrounding communities. Therefore, the Committee supports the 
acquisition of appropriate prison facilities to help alleviate 
the significant overcrowding of BOP institutions. Existing 
facilities can be available for use much sooner than facilities 
that BOP must construct, and at a reduced cost to the taxpayer. 
Therefore, the bill includes funding to acquire and renovate an 
existing prison facility to help alleviate the 52 percent 
overcrowding rate in high security prisons. In addition to 
expanding high security prison capacity, BOP plans to use a 
portion of such facility to expand its administrative maximum 
(i.e. ``Supermax'') and special management unit capacity. The 
Committee notes that section 532 of this bill, which was 
included in several appropriations bills for fiscal year 2010, 
prohibits detainees from Guantanamo Bay to be detained in the 
United States, except for the purposes of prosecution.
    Construction.--Although BOP plans to activate three new 
prisons in 2015 and four new prisons beginning in 2016, it will 
be unable to maintain that schedule without significant new 
construction appropriation requests for fiscal years 2012 and 
2013. The Committee notes, however, that even if BOP stays on 
track in constructing and activating planned new prisons, the 
inmate population growth is expected to continue far exceeding 
the planned growth in capacity in the foreseeable future. The 
Committee directs BOP to provide to the House and Senate 
Committees on Appropriations, within 30 days of enactment of 
this act, the most recent monthly status of construction 
report, and to notify the Committees of any deviations from the 
construction and activation schedule identified in that report, 
including detailed explanations of the causes of delays and 
actions proposed to address them.

                FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED

                (LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES)

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $2,700,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       2,700,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,700,000

    The Committee recommendation provides a limitation on the 
administrative expenses of $2,700,000 for the Federal Prison 
Industries, Inc. The recommendation is equal to the fiscal year 
2010 enacted level and the budget request.

               State and Local Law Enforcement Activities


                    Office on Violence Against Women


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................................
Budget estimate, 2011\1\................................................
Committee recommendation................................     $20,000,000

\1\In fiscal year 2010 and the fiscal year 2011 request, funds for the 
management and administration of programs at OVW, OJP, and COPS were 
provided within a joint Salaries and Expenses appropriation. The OVW 
portion of this joint appropriation was $15,708,000 in the fiscal year 
enacted and $22,735,000 in the fiscal year 2011 request.

    This appropriation supports all activities related to the 
management and administration of Office on Violence Against 
Women [OVW] grant programs, grants, and cooperative agreements, 
including peer review. For fiscal year 2011, the Committee 
recommends $20,000,000, which is $2,735,000 below the 
equivalent amount requested under the joint salaries and 
expenses appropriation.
    The Committee expects all activities related to the 
management and administration of grant programs, grants, and 
cooperative agreements--including activities related to peer 
review--to be supported with salaries and expenses funding. No 
administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from the 
programs funded in the Violence Against Women Prevention and 
Prosecution Programs account. Training and technical assistance 
[T&TA], research and statistics activities performed by OVW, or 
through interagency agreements or under contract for OVW, may 
be supported with program funds, subject to the submission of 
details related to these costs in the Department's fiscal year 
2011 spending plan.

       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $419,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     438,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     468,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $468,000,000 for 
Office on Violence Against Women [OVW] grants. The 
recommendation is $48,500,000 above fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and $30,000,000 above the budget request. As in fiscal 
year 2010, the Office on Violence Against Women is funded as 
its own heading under this title.
    Domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence and 
stalking are crimes of epidemic proportions that impact 
millions of individuals and every community in the United 
States. For 16 years, Violence Against Women Act [VAWA] 
programs have supported community efforts around the Nation to 
effectively respond to domestic violence, sexual assault, 
stalking, and dating violence. In the 109th session, Congress 
unanimously passed a VAWA reauthorization to continue 
successful programs and create targeted new programs to address 
gaps in prevention services, housing, healthcare, criminal 
justice, and employment issues, and meet the needs of youth, 
native women, communities of color, and victims of sexual 
violence. These programs are designed to meet specific needs 
and create collaborations between distinct groups that can 
leverage their expertise and resources to address different 
aspects of domestic and sexual violence.
    Domestic violence impacts one in four American women over 
their lifetimes and 15.5 million children are exposed to 
domestic violence each year. Though the incidence of domestic 
violence assaults and murders has steadily decreased, there is 
an increase in demand for services due to improved criminal 
justice response, heightened public awareness, and victims' 
willingness to come forward.
    Victims rely on services to escape violence and rebuild 
their lives. When victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, 
dating violence or stalking take the difficult step to reach 
out for help, many are in life-threatening situations and must 
be able to find immediate refuge. Given the dangerous and 
potentially lethal nature of these crimes, the Committee's 
funding recommendation reflects its belief that it is more 
important than ever to increase investments in efficient, cost-
effective, proven programs that save lives and prevent future 
violence.
    The table below displays the Committee recommendations for 
the programs under this office.

       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Program                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
STOP Grants............................................         207,000
National Institute of Justice--R & D...................           3,000
Transitional Housing Assistance........................          40,000
Grants to Encourage Arrest.............................          45,000
Rural Domestic Violence Assistance Grants..............          38,000
Violence on College Campuses...........................           9,500
Civil Legal Assistance.................................          50,000
Sexual Assault Victims Services........................          30,000
Elder Abuse Grant Program..............................           4,250
Safe Havens Project....................................          14,000
Education and Training for Disabled Female Victims.....           6,750
Court Training and Improvements........................           3,000
Services for Children/Youth Exposed to Violence........           3,000
Advocates for Youth/Services for Youth Victims.........           3,500
National Tribal Sex Offender Registry..................           1,000
Analysis and Research on Violence Against Indian Women.           2,000
Engaging Men and Youth in Prevention...................           3,000
National Resource Center on Workplace Responses........           1,000
Supporting Teens through Education and Protection......           3,000
American Indian/Native Alaskan Sexual Assault Clearing              500
 House.................................................
Regional Summits on Violence Against Indian Women......             500
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         468,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    STOP Grants.--Within the funds appropriated, $207,000,000 
is for formula grants to the States. The fiscal year 2011 
recommendation will allow jurisdictions to implement mandatory 
pro-arrest and prosecution policies to prevent, identify, and 
respond to violent crimes against women, support coordination 
of State victim services, assist Native victims in Indian 
country, and provide secure settings and specialized procedures 
for visitation and exchange of children in families 
experiencing domestic violence. The recommendation supports 
increasing access to comprehensive legal services for victims, 
providing short term housing assistance and support services 
for domestic violence victims and education and training to end 
violence against and abuse of women with disabilities.
    Sexual Assault Services Act [SASA].--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $30,000,000, which is $15,000,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal to the budget 
request, to fund directly the needs of sexual assault victims.
    One in 6 women and 1 in 33 men have experienced an 
attempted or completed rape. More than one-half of all rapes of 
women occur before they reach the age of 18. In 2007, an 
estimated 250,000 people were raped or sexually assaulted; 
however, only 42 percent of rape and sexual assault victims say 
they reported the crime to the police.
    As part of the Violence Against Women Act of 2005, Congress 
created the Sexual Assault Services Program [SASP] to address 
considerable gaps in services to sexual assault victims and 
their families. While Congress has worked to ensure that crime 
controls are in place to address sexual offenders, Congress 
also wants to ensure that there is a dedicated stream of 
funding to provide a broad range of services to male, female 
and child sexual assault victims and their families through the 
well-established and well-regarded system of community-based 
rape crisis centers throughout the United States. Congress 
maintains its strong commitment to ensuring that these rape 
crisis centers have access to technical assistance, training 
and support. SASP will provide such assistance through sexual 
assault coalitions located in every State, territory and within 
a number of tribes.
    Transitional Housing Assistance Grants.--The Committee 
approves the approach taken by the administration to make 
Transitional Housing Assistance an independent program under 
OVW, where it will no longer have to compete directly against 
STOP grants for resources. In addition, due to the 
unprecedented demand by victims of domestic violence, dating 
violence, sexual assault and stalking for housing and support 
services, the Committee provides $40,000,000 for this program, 
an increase of $22,000,000 over the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and $15,000,000 above the budget request.
    Legal Assistance for Victims.--The Committee provides the 
full budget request of $50,000,000 to support victims' access 
to civil legal remedies, including civil protection orders, 
child support and custody, and housing and public benefits 
assistance. LAV is the only Federal program designed to meet 
all of these needs; therefore, demand for these services is 
high and LAV is one of OVW's most competitive programs, with 
these trends showing only signs of increasing. Based on these 
factors, the Committee's recommendation is $9,000,000 above the 
fiscal year 2010 enacted level.
    Supporting Teens Through Education and Protection [STEP].--
The budget request eliminated funds for the STEP program, but 
provided no justification for this proposal. According to the 
Department of Justice, roughly 1.5 million high school students 
across the United States experience physical abuse from a 
dating partner in a single year, with girls and young women 
ages 16 to 24 experience the highest rates of intimate partner 
violence. Sadly, as young people begin dating and enter into 
their early relationships, many have little guidance on what to 
expect, how to treat their partners respectfully or how to 
leave an abusive relationship safely. Recognizing the need to 
intervene early in cycles of abuse, put an end to current 
dating and sexual violence, prevent future violence, the 
Committee continues its support for STEP by providing 
$3,000,000 to support services for teens who experience or may 
be at-risk of experiencing violence in their relationships.

                       Office of Justice Programs

    The Office of Justice Programs [OJP] is responsible for 
providing leadership, coordination and assistance to its 
Federal, State, local and tribal partners to enhance the 
effectiveness and efficiency of the United States justice 
system in preventing, controlling and responding to crime. 
Because most of the responsibility for crime control and 
prevention falls to law enforcement officers in States, cities 
and neighborhoods, the Federal Government is effective in these 
areas only to the extent that it can enter into partnerships 
with these jurisdictions. Therefore, OJP is tasked with 
administering grants; collecting statistical data and 
conducting analyses; identifying emerging criminal justice 
issues; developing and testing promising and innovative 
approaches to address these issues; evaluating program results; 
and disseminating these findings and other information to 
State, local and tribal governments.
    The Committee recommends a total of $2,623,330,000 for OJP, 
which is $553,424,000 above the budget request and $339,867,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level. For fiscal year 2011, 
the Committee has established a ``Research, Evaluation and 
Statistics'' appropriation to replace the ``Justice 
Assistance'' appropriation and created a separate Salaries and 
Expenses appropriation for OJP. In addition, OJP appropriations 
for fiscal year 2011 reflect an OJP-wide realignment of 
programs to the account heading associated with the OJP office 
that administers them.
    Five years ago, DOJ was responsible for administering 
approximately 72 grant accounts. Today, more than 122 grants 
are administered by the Department. While the intent of these 
grant programs are noble, the Committee is concerned that the 
perpetual authorization and proposal for new grants, while not 
de-authorizing or omitting redundant and archaic ones, has 
become unmanageable. The Committee directs the Department to 
work closely with Congress to consider seriously the 
modification of existing programs and omission of outdated 
programs before new proposals and initiatives are unveiled. 
Continuing to create and authorize grant programs on a whim, 
that cater to a certain crisis or cause, ultimately falls at 
the feet of the Committee on Appropriations while the 
Department and authorization committees proceed to the next 
issue. The Committee urges the Department to devise a proposal 
to consolidate and eliminate ineffective grant programs by 
outreach to the authorizing committees and emphasis on what 
works, costs and more effectiveness for the taxpayers' dollars.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................................
Budget estimate, 2011\1\................................................
Committee recommendation................................    $200,000,000

\1\In fiscal year 2010 and the fiscal year 2011 request, funds for the 
management and administration of programs at OVW, OJP and COPS were 
provided within a joint Salaries and Expenses appropriation. The OJP 
portion of this join appropriation was $160,218,000 in the fiscal year 
enacted, including $21,000,000 for the Office of Audit, Assessment and 
Management [OAAM], and $216,396,000 in the fiscal year 2011 request, 
including $32,500,000 for OAAM.

    A total of $200,000,000 is recommended for salaries and 
expenses for the Office of Justice Programs [OJP] in fiscal 
year 2011. Within the total, $32,500,000 is for OJP's Office of 
Audit, Assessment and Management [OAAM], which is responsible 
for programmatic oversight, including grant compliance and 
auditing of internal controls to prevent waste, fraud and 
abuse.
    The Committee expects all activities related to the 
management and administration of grant programs, grants, and 
cooperative agreements--including activities related to peer 
review--to be supported with salaries and expenses funding. No 
administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from the 
programs funded in the Research, Evaluation and Statistics; 
State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance; Juvenile Justice 
Programs; or Public Safety Officer Benefits accounts. Training 
and technical assistance [T&TA], research and statistics 
activities performed by OJP, or through interagency agreements 
or under contract for OJP, may be supported with program funds, 
subject to the submission of details related to these costs in 
the Department's fiscal year 2011 spending plan.

                  RESEARCH, EVALUATION AND STATISTICS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $235,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     220,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     346,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $346,000,000 for 
the Research, Evaluation, and Statistics account, formerly 
known as justice assistance account. The recommendation is 
$7,500,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$2,300,000 below the budget request. This fiscal year 
appropriation reflects an OJP-wide realignment of programs to 
the account heading associated with the OJP component that 
administers them. As a result, the programs identified in the 
accompanying table are administered by the National Institute 
of Justice or the Bureau of Justice Statistics.
    These programs provide support to State and local law 
enforcement. Funding in this account provides assistance in the 
areas of research, evaluation, statistics, hate crimes, DNA and 
forensics, criminal background checks, among others.
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table:

                   RESEARCH, EVALUATION AND STATISTICS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
                       Program                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Institute of Justice........................            60,000
    DNA/Forensics Transfer to NIST/OLES..............            (5,000)
    Stopping Crime Block-by-Block Field Experiments..            (5,000)
    Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program [ADAM]....            (5,000)
    Inmate Reentry Evaluation........................            (1,000)
    Evaluation Capacity Initiative...................              (500)
Bureau of Justice Statistics.........................            60,000
    National Crime Victimization Survey [NCVS].......           (26,000)
    Redesign Work for the NCVS.......................           (15,000)
    Indian Country Statistics........................            (1,000)
    Indigent Defense.................................            (1,000)
Mathew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Program........             6,000
National Instant Criminal Background Check System....            10,000
Criminal Records Upgrade.............................            10,000
Paul Coverdell Forensic Science......................            30,000
Stalking Database....................................             3,000
Evaluation Clearinghouse.............................             1,000
DNA Analysis Backlog Reduction/Crime Labs............           166,000
    Debbie Smith DNA Backlog grants..................          (151,000)
    Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing                 (5,000)
     grants..........................................
    DNA Training and Education.......................            (5,000)
    Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners...................            (5,000)
                                                      ------------------
      TOTAL..........................................           346,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Institute of Justice [NIJ].--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $60,000,000 for the NIJ. NIJ's mission 
is to advance scientific research, development, and evaluation 
to advance the administration of justice and public safety. The 
Committee expects NIJ to carry out the new initiatives proposed 
in fiscal year 2011 to the extent possible with the funds 
provided, which includes the Disproportionate Minority Contact 
and Evaluation Program, Stopping Crime Block-by-Block Field 
Experiments, the Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring Program [ADAM], 
Inmate Reentry Evaluation, and the Evaluation Capacity 
Initiative, among others. The Committee directs that prior to 
the obligation of any funds, NIJ submit a spend plan on how 
resources will be allocated.
    The Committee is concerned about the relationship between 
the National Institute of Justice [NIJ], the National Forensic 
Science Technology Center [NFSTC] and Forensic Quality Service 
[FQS]. NFSTC is a nonprofit corporation funded primarily by 
cooperative agreements with NIJ. Historically, NIJ has used 
temporary assignments to hire key officials from NFSTC to 
manage and oversee NIJ-administered grant programs. NIJ 
provides funding to NFSTC to conduct external audits of public 
DNA laboratories, as required by the FBI Standards. NIJ also 
directs funding to NFSTC to conduct grant progress assessments 
of NIJ grantees regarding public labs performance. NFSTC 
utilizes independent consultants and contractors to perform the 
aforementioned audits and assessments. FQS is a for-profit 
entity previously co-located with NFSTC, and co-shared and 
performed many of the same functions, staff, equipment, and 
facilities.
    The Committee is greatly concerned that the impact of 
government dollars directed from NIJ to NFSTC could have been 
used for FQS to profit. By sharing employees and support and 
co-locating, FQS would have exclusive access to an array of 
information that would give it an unfair competitive advantage. 
The Committee directs the Inspector General to investigate the 
former co-location and current relationship of the three 
entities to assure the American people that no improprieties 
have or are occurring; with sole-sourcing from NIJ to NFSTC, 
NFSTC is not sharing inappropriate information or intelligence 
with FQS; and that the taxpayers are assured that an ethical 
Gold Standard of DOJ dollars is being maintained.
    DNA and Forensics Research and Evaluation.--The fiscal year 
2011 budget request eliminates resources to assist with 
critical forensics and DNA research and evaluation. The 
Committee continues to recognize those areas as vital 
components to maintaining and advancing the quality and 
proficiency within Federal, State, and local crime laboratory 
facilities. Therefore, from within the amounts provided for 
NIJ, OJP shall directly transfer $5,000,000 to the National 
Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST] Office of Law 
Enforcement Standards [OLES] to support the continuation of the 
development of standards and standard reference materials.
    DNA Backlog/Crime Lab Improvements.--The Committee 
continues its strong support for DNA backlog and crime lab 
improvements by recommending $166,000,000 to strengthen and 
improve Federal and State DNA collection and analysis systems 
that can be used to accelerate the prosecution of the guilty 
while simultaneously protecting the innocent from wrongful 
prosecution. Within the funds provided, $151,000,000 is for 
Debbie Smith DNA Backlog Reduction grants, $5,000,000 is for 
Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing grants, $5,000,000 
is for Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners [SANE] grants, and 
$5,000,000 is to provide grants for training and education 
relating to the identification, collection, preservation and 
analysis of DNA evidence for law enforcement, correctional 
personnel and court officers.
    Paul Coverdell Forensic Science.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $30,000,000 for the Paul Coverdell 
Forensic Sciences Improvement Grants. Coverdell grants are 
intended to improve the quality and timeliness of forensic 
science and medical examiner services, including services 
provided by laboratories operated by states and those operated 
by units of local government. Coverdell grants provide 
flexibility to State and local crime labs by allowing them to 
obtain funds to address their most critical needs.
    Evaluation Clearinghouse.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $1,000,000 for the proposed Evaluation Clearinghouse/
What Works Repository, an online source for evidence-based 
information on what works and what is promising in criminal and 
juvenile justice policy and practice, to be administered by the 
Office of the Assistant Attorney General.
    Hate Crimes.--The Committee provides $6,000,000 for the 
Mathew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Program. In addition, the 
Committee directs the Bureau of Justice Assistance [BJA] to 
assess the feasibility and associated costs of establishing a 
national helpline for victims of hate crimes and NIJ to 
evaluate trends in hate crimes against new immigrants, 
individuals who are perceived to be immigrants, and Hispanic-
Americans, and to assess the underlying causes behind any 
increase in hate crimes against such groups.
    Collaboration Among State Corrections, Alcohol and Drug 
Abuse, and Mental Health Program Directors.--The conferees 
encourage BJA to continue working with the Substance Abuse and 
Mental Health Services Administration [SAMHSA] to foster 
collaboration among the Association of State Corrections 
Administrators [ASCA], the National Association of State 
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors [NASADAD], and the National 
Association of State Mental Health Program Directors [NASMHPD].

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $1,534,768,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,478,500,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,510,475,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,510,475,000 for 
State and local law enforcement assistance. The recommendation 
is $24,293,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted level, and 
$31,975,000 above the budget request. This fiscal year 2011 
appropriation reflects and OJP-wide realignment of programs to 
the account heading associated with the OJP office that 
administers them. As a result, each of the programs identified 
in the accompanying table is administered by the Bureau of 
Justice Assistance, the Office of Victims of Crime, the 
Community Capacity Development Office, or the Office of Sex 
Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and 
Tracking [SMART].
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table:

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
                       Program                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants.............           520,000
    National Institute of Justice....................            (5,000)
    SLATT Intelligence State and Local Training......            (2,000)
    State and Local Assistance Help Desk and                     (3,000)
     Diagnostic Center...............................
John R. Justice Grant Program........................            10,000
Byrne Discretionary Grants...........................           213,475
Byrne Competitive Grants.............................            40,000
Tribal Assistance....................................            50,000
    Legal Assistance.................................            (3,000)
    Tribal Prison Construction.......................           (10,000)
    Indian Tribal Courts.............................           (25,000)
    Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Grants........           (12,000)
Victims of Trafficking Grants........................            15,000
State Prison Drug Treatment..........................            20,000
Drug Courts..........................................            45,000
Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution...............             5,000
Capital Litigation...................................             8,000
Missing Alzheimer's Patients Grants..................             2,000
Mental Health Courts.................................            11,000
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program..............           300,000
Northern Border Prosecutor Program...................             5,000
Southwest Border Prosecutor Program..................            20,000
Regional Information Sharing Systems.................            40,000
State Victim Notification System.....................            10,000
Economic, High-tech and Cybercrime Prevention........            10,000
Training Programs to Assist Probation and Parole                  3,500
 Officers............................................
Second Chance Act/Offender Re-Entry..................            50,000
Bulletproof Vests Partnership........................            30,000
    NIST/OLES........................................            (1,500)
Sex Offender Management..............................            11,000
National Sex Offender Website........................             1,000
Criminal Justice Reform and Recidivism Reduction.....            10,000
Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program............            20,000
Smart Policing.......................................             5,000
Ensuring Fairness and Justice in the Criminal Justice             3,000
 System..............................................
Justice Information Sharing and Technology...........             7,500
Adam Walsh Act Implementation........................            20,000
Children Exposed to Violence Initiative..............            25,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total..........................................         1,510,475
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    State and Local Assistance Help Desk and Diagnostic 
Center.--Within the funds provided for Byrne Memorial Justice 
Assistance Grants, the Committee provides $3,000,000 to 
establish the State and Local Assistance Help Desk and 
Diagnostic Center, which is one of the new initiatives proposed 
by the administration. This Center will establish a resource 
within OJP to provide the ``one-stop'' diagnostic, problem-
solving, and ``aftercare'' resources to help local communities 
identify, respond to, and begin to solve persistent public 
safety problems like gun violence, jail violence, gang 
homicides, and truancy.
    Regional Information Sharing Systems.--The Committee 
recommends $40,000,000 to support activities that enable the 
sharing of nationwide criminal intelligence and other resources 
with State, local, and other law enforcement agencies and 
organizations. Such activities should address critical and 
chronic criminal threats, including gangs, terrorism, 
narcotics, weapons and officer safety or ``event 
deconfliction,'' and should reflect regional as well as 
national threat priorities. In addition, funds shall be 
available to support local-to-local law enforcement data and 
information sharing efforts focused on solving routine crimes, 
especially in rural areas, by sharing law enforcement 
information not categorized as criminal intelligence. All 
activities shall be consistent with national information- 
sharing standards and requirements as determined by the Bureau 
of Justice Assistance.
    Capital Litigation.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $8,000,000 for Capital Litigation Improvement Grants, 
as authorized in the Justice For All Act, Public Law 108-405. 
The Committee directs that any grants provided for the Capital 
Litigation Improvements, shall be provided pursuant to section 
426 of the Justice For All Act.
    National Technical Assistance and Training.--The Committee 
encourages the Department to support efforts to assist States 
in the development and use of criminal justice information 
systems that accelerate the automation of identification 
processes for fingerprints and other criminal justice data, and 
which improve the compatibility of State and local law 
enforcement systems with the FBI's Integrated Automated 
Fingerprint Identification System.
    John R. Justice Grants.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $10,000,000 pursuant to section 952 of Public Law 110-
315, which authorizes student loan repayment assistance for 
State and local prosecutors and public defenders, as well as 
Federal public defenders, to complement existing student loan 
repayment options for Federal prosecutors. The John R. Justice 
Prosecutors and Defenders Incentive address the serious 
problems prosecutor and public defender offices across the 
country face in recruiting and retaining qualified attorneys. 
The Committee supports targeted student loan repayment 
assistance to talented prosecutors and public defenders in 
exchange for a commitment to continue their work in the 
criminal justice system.
    Human Trafficking.--The United States is a destination 
country for thousands of men, women, and children trafficked 
largely from Mexico and East Asia, as well as countries in 
South Asia, Central America, Africa, and Europe, for the 
purposes of sexual and labor exploitation. In the last year 
there have been over 1,200 incidents of trafficking in the 
United States. Trafficking victims are subjected to physical, 
mental, and even sexual abuse. Victims need various types of 
assistance to begin healing and recovery including counseling, 
housing, medical care, support groups, and legal assistance. 
Therefore, the Committee provides $15,000,000 for victim 
services for U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and foreign 
national victims of trafficking and the Committee directs that 
these funds be used for victim services grants. No less than 
$6,700,000 is for victim services grants for foreign national 
victims of trafficking.
    Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program.--The Committee 
supports the administration's proposal to replace the Weed and 
Seed Program with a new Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation 
Program. Building on concepts employed in the Weed and Seed 
Program, this new program will focus on place-based programs by 
providing demonstration grants in communities to support 
innovative, evidence-based approaches to fighting crime and 
improving public safety, as well as addressing its underlying 
problems. The program will be coordinated with the Department 
of Housing and Urban Development [HUD] and other agencies, 
supporting an interagency initiative on Neighborhood 
Revitalization.
    Persistent crime and public safety problems, particularly 
gang activity, cannot be addressed solely by law enforcement. 
These issues require a comprehensive interagency approach that 
enables law enforcement, educators, social services agencies, 
and community organizations to address both public safety 
problems and their underlying causes. This new program will 
build upon the current weed and seed approach of supporting 
communities that combine law enforcement, community policing, 
prevention, intervention, treatment, and neighborhood 
restoration. The new initiative will focus on promoting 
interagency collaboration and enable a wide range of new and 
existing partners to further stabilize neighborhoods that face 
the severest violence and crime.
    However, the Committee is concerned that the changes to the 
Weed and Seed Program will negatively impact grantees of the 
program who have not reached the end of the 5-year grant 
period, and encourages those grantees to come into compliance 
with and to apply for funding under the new Byrne Criminal 
Justice Innovation Program. The Office of Justice programs 
should give these circumstances weight when considering grant 
applications under the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation 
Program, particularly for those grantees with the greatest 
success in achieving the Weed and Seed Program's goals. During 
the development of the solicitation for the Byrne Criminal 
Justice Innovation Program, the Committee encourages the 
Assistant Attorney General to consider interim funding within 
the spend plan for activities comparable to weed and seed under 
the Office of Justice programs.
    Tribal Assistance.--The Committee does not recommend the 
Department's proposal to fund a tribal grant program by carving 
out 7 percent of the amounts provided to OJP for other 
programs, but continues to support strongly efforts to help 
tribes improve the capacity of their criminal justice systems. 
The Committee provides a direct appropriation of $50,000,000 
for tribal assistance, which is equal to the fiscal year 2010 
level. Of the total, $3,000,000 is for Indian legal services 
assistance, $10,000,000 is for tribal detention facilities, 
$25,000,000 is for tribal courts, and $12,000,000 is for 
alcohol and substance abuse grants. Combined with $25,000,000 
provided for the Tribal Youth Program under the Juvenile 
Justice appropriation, the Committee is recommending a total of 
$75,000,000 in direct funding for tribal assistance through 
OJP. Additional funding for tribes is provided through the 
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services [COPS] and the 
Office on Violence Against Women [OVW].
    Edward Byrne Discretionary Grants.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $213,475,000 for discretionary grants 
to help to improve the functioning of the criminal justice 
system with an emphasis on drugs, violent crime, and serious 
offenders. The Committee provides funding for the following 
congressionally directed projects, and directs the Department 
of Justice to refrain from charging administrative costs to 
these grants. The Committee expects that the Department of 
Justice will provide appropriate management and oversight of 
each grant. Within the amounts appropriated for discretionary 
grants OJP shall fund the following congressionally designated 
projects:

                       OJP--BYRNE DISCRETIONARY GRANTS CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                          Project                       Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Honolulu Police Department,         Asia-Pacific Economic           To provide sufficient law         $5,000,000
 Honolulu, HI.                       Cooperation (APEC).             enforcement personnel and
                                                                     support staff for the
                                                                     November 2011 APEC meeting in
                                                                     Honolulu.
Marshall University, Huntington,    Forensics Science Center DNA    For upgrades to DNA forensic       4,325,000
 WV.                                 Laboratory.                     lab.
Alabama District Attorneys          Computer Forensic, Victim       To provide assistance for          4,300,000
 Association, Montgomery, AL.        Restitution, and Drug           computer crime, victim
                                     Prevention Initiatives.         restitution, and drug
                                                                     prevention.
West Virginia University,           Forensic Science and            For forensic Science               4,000,000
 Morgantown, WV.                     Identification Program.         education, training, and
                                                                     research.
Kauai and Hawaii County Police      Kauai and Hawaii Country        For local law enforcement          3,200,000
 Departments, Lihue and Hilo,  HI.   Police Departments.             personnel and technology in
                                                                     Kauai and Hawaii counties.
Alabama Department of Forensics,    Alabama Department of           For forensic equipment,            3,000,000
 Montgomery, AL.                     Forensics.                      support, and capacity
                                                                     enhancement.
Alabama Department of Public        Operation Swordphish..........  To enable State and locals for     3,000,000
 Safety, Montgomery, AL.                                             cybercrime abatement and
                                                                     security preparedness.
Communities In Schools, Lewisburg,  Communities In Schools of West  For training and technical         3,000,000
 WV.                                 Virginia.                       assistance to CIS (the
                                                                     nation's largest school
                                                                     dropout-prevention
                                                                     organization) in West
                                                                     Virginia.
Sam Houston State University,       Regional Crime Lab............  To establish a regional crime      2,750,000
 Huntsville, TX.                                                     lab.
National Crime Victim Law           National Crime Victim Law       To provide procedural rights       2,500,000
 Institute, City of Portland, OR.    Institute.                      and legal advocacy services
                                                                     to victims of violent crimes.
University of Mississippi, Oxford,  National Center for Justice     To provide legal training for      2,000,000
 MS.                                 and the Rule of Law.            judges, prosecutors, lawyers,
                                                                     and students emphasizing
                                                                     cybercrime.
Mississippi State University,       MSU Cyber Crime Initiative and  For digital forensics              1,565,000
 Starkville, MS.                     National Consortium for         training, technical support,
                                     Digital Forensics Training.     and laboratory equipment for
                                                                     local law enforcement.
Baltimore City Police Department,   Baltimore City Crime            To increase Baltimore City         1,500,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      Laboratory Improvements.        Crime Lab's capacity to
                                                                     collect and analyze DNA
                                                                     evidence for use in
                                                                     prosecutions and convictions.
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing       Simulation and Visualization    To provide training                1,500,000
 Centers, Inc. (RMSC), Butte,  MT.   Technology Upgrades.            simulations and
                                                                     visualizations for law
                                                                     enforcement and emergency
                                                                     coordination personnel.
State of Iowa, Office of Drug       Meth & Other Drug Enforcement   For coordinated regional drug      1,500,000
 Control Policy, Des Moines, IA.     (MODE).                         investigations and enforce-
                                                                     ment.
University of Southern              Mississippi Automated System    For public safety data             1,450,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Project.                        information sharing system.
City of Laredo, Laredo, TX........  Laredo Police Safe Borders      To hire community policy           1,200,000
                                     Initiative.                     officers.
State of Iowa, Department of        Jail-Based Substance Abuse      To provide in-jail and follow-     1,200,000
 Public Health, Polk, Scott,         Treatment.                      up substance abuse treatment
 Story, and Woodbury Counties, IA.                                   of inmates.
ACCESS, Dearborn, MI..............  ACCESS Youth and Family         To expand the Digital              1,000,000
                                     Services Center.                Connectors program.
Baltimore City Police Department,   Baltimore City Gun Violence     To reduce illegal gun              1,000,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      Reduction Initiative.           trafficking and gun violence.
Business Council of New Orleans &   New Orleans Violent Crime       To reduce violent crime in the     1,000,000
 the River Region (BCNO)/New         Reduction Initiative.           New Orleans metropolitan area
 Orleans Crime Coalition (NOCC),                                     through targeted investments
 New Orleans and Gretna, LA.                                         in treatment and criminal
                                                                     justice infrastructure.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle   Justice System................  For law enforcement, court         1,000,000
 Butte, SD.                                                          operations, prosecutors,
                                                                     patrol program, equipment,
                                                                     and operations.
City of Philadelphia,               Philadelphia Youth Violence     For programs to reduce youth       1,000,000
 Philadelphia, PA.                   Reduction Partnership.          violence.
Jackson State University, Jackson,  National Center for Biodefense  For programming and equipment      1,000,000
 MS.                                 Communications (NCBC).          for first-responders.
Mississippi State University,       Mississippi State University    To integrate disparate             1,000,000
 Department of Computer Science      Law Enforcement Intelligence    information, enhance identity-
 and Engineering, Starkville, MS.    Gathering and Analysis.         related intelligence, and
                                                                     produce actionable
                                                                     intelligence.
Northern Virginia Gang Task Force,  Northern Virginia Gang Task     To assist task force in            1,000,000
 Leesburg, VA.                       Force.                          efforts to pursue and prevent
                                                                     gang-related crimes.
Oglala Sioux Tribe, Pine Ridge, SD  Department of Public Safety...  For law enforcement, court         1,000,000
                                                                     operations, training, and
                                                                     equipment upgrades.
Oregon Department of Justice,       Child Pornography               To fund an experienced full-       1,000,000
 Criminal Justice Division, Salem,   Investigation and Prosecution   time prosecutor, two criminal
 OR.                                 Team.                           investigators, and support
                                                                     staff.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD..  Justice System................  For law enforcement, court         1,000,000
                                                                     operations, juvenile justice
                                                                     programs, prosecutors, and
                                                                     operations.
San Diego Superior Court, City of   San Diego Superior Court Case   To implement a case management     1,000,000
 San Diego, CA.                      Management System.              system in San Diego Superior
                                                                     Court.
Simon Wiesenthal Center, New York,  Tools for Tolerance...........  For law enforcement training       1,000,000
 NY.                                                                 program.
Southern Methodist University,      Effective Strategies for        To teach effective strategies      1,000,000
 Dallas, TX.                         Protecting Women from Sexual    sexual assault prevention.
                                     Coercion and Assault.
United Tribes Technical College,    Tribal Law Enforcement          To expand tribal law               1,000,000
 Bismarck, ND.                       Training.                       enforcement training and
                                                                     equipment.
Vermont Department of Public        Vermont Drug Task Force.......  To combat the traffic illegal      1,000,000
 Safety, Waterbury, VT.                                              drugs into and throughout Ver-
                                                                       mont.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little  Rural Executive Management      To provide a training program        900,000
 Rock, AR.                           Institute.                      designed exclusively for
                                                                     rural law enforcement
                                                                     executives.
Howard County Government, Ellicott  Howard County Family Justice    To establish a Family Justice        900,000
 City, MD.                           Center.                         Center in Howard County to
                                                                     provide services for victims
                                                                     of domestic violence and
                                                                     abuse.
Vermont Department of States        Model Special Investigative     To create a new model Special        850,000
 Attorneys and Sheriffs, St.         Unit.                           Investigation Unit.
 Albans, VT.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little  Arkansas Illicit Drug           To continue and expand illicit       800,000
 Rock, AR.                           Initiative.                     drug education and training.
Marshall University, Huntington,    Computer Forensics Initiative.  For computer forensic training       785,000
 WV.
Stevenson University, Owings        Stevenson University Cyber      To develop highly-trained            775,000
 Mills, MD.                          Forensics Curriculum.           cyber forensic investigators
                                                                     to protect against cyber
                                                                     threats.
CASA de Maryland, Inc., Langley     Langley Park Community-Based    To support crime prevention          750,000
 Park, MD.                           Crime Prevention Initiative.    efforts through comprehensive
                                                                     leadership and workforce
                                                                     development programs.
Downriver Community Conference,     Downriver Mutual Aid System     For equipment and system             750,000
 Southgate, MI.                      Preparedness V.                 upgrades for regional public
                                                                     safety collaborative,
                                                                     centralized 9-1-1 and
                                                                     dispatch.
Maui Economic Opportunity,          Being Empowered and Safe        For offender workforce re-           750,000
 Wailuku, HI.                        Together (BEST) Reintegration   entry development program.
                                     Program.
Missoula YWCA, Missoula, MT.......  Battered Women and Children's   To provide shelter and               750,000
                                     Shelter.                        transitional housing services
                                                                     to domestic violence victims.
Phoenix House, Austin, TX.........  Adolescent Substance Abuse      To provide substance abuse           750,000
                                     Treatment and Recovery          treatment for adolescents.
                                     Services for Williamson
                                     County Youth.
West Valley City, West Valley, UT.  Salt Lake Area Chief's          For forensic lab support and         750,000
                                     Alliance Forensic/DNA Lab and   equipment.
                                     Evidence Processing Facility.
Yakima County, Yakima, WA.........  Yakima County Violent Crimes    For implementation of a              750,000
                                     Task Force.                     violent crimes and gang
                                                                     prevention project.
Massachusetts Office for Victims    Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner   To provide skilled sexual            700,000
 Assistance (MOVA), Boston,  MA.     (SANE) Program.                 assault nurses for victims.
New Mexico Department of Public     Auto Theft Task Force.........  To establish a state-wide auto       650,000
 Safety, Santa Fe, NM.                                               theft prevention task force.
City of Henderson, Henderson, NV..  Regional Public Safety          For equipment and training for       600,000
                                     Training Facility.              law enforcement.
Hamilton County, Hamilton County,   Hamilton County Regional Law    For training center equipment.       600,000
 TN.                                 Enforcement Center.
Heartland Family Service, Inc.,     Residential Methamphetamine     For family based treatment of        600,000
 Council Bluffs, IA.                 Treatment in Southwestern       drug addicted mothers.
                                     Iowa Program.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office,  Northeast Kansas Regional AFIS  To support law enforcement           600,000
 Oskaloosa, KS.                                                      agencies in fighting crime.
Nye County, Pahrump, NV...........  Nye County Jail Security        To purchase security equipment       600,000
                                     Enhancements.                   for new county jail.
Troy University, Troy, AL.........  Computer Forensics Institute    To enhance awareness of              600,000
                                     and Lab.                        cybercrime techniques and
                                                                     provide training on computer
                                                                     forensics.
White Pine County, Ely, NV........  Public Safety Project.........  To provide safety upgrades to        400,000
                                                                     the county courthouse and
                                                                     jail.
Visiting Nurse Association, Omaha,  Comprehensive Home Visitation   To provide critical home             565,000
 NE.                                 Services to Young, At-Risk      visitation services to young,
                                     Mothers.                        at-risk mothers.
Advanced Science and Technology     Initiative to deploy judges     To train judges in forensic          500,000
 Adjudication Resource Center,       trained in forensic science     science and other technically
 Inc. (ASTAR), Washington, DC.       and technology law.             complex areas of the law.
Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PA..  Mobile Crime Scene Unit.......  To create a mobile crime scene       500,000
                                                                     unit.
Baltimore City Mayor's Office of    Re-Entry Center at the          To expand transition services        500,000
 Employment Development,             Northwest One-Stop Career       for the ex-offender
 Baltimore, MD.                      Center.                         population.
Boyd Law School, Las Vegas, NV....  Kids' Court School............  For services to prepare              300,000
                                                                     children who are victims of
                                                                     abuse to testify in court.
California State Department of      California Department of        To enhance crime laboratory          500,000
 Justice, Bureau of Narcotics        Justice Digital Forensic        forensic capabilities.
 Enforcement, City of Sacramento,    Evidence Laboratories.
 CA.
Center for Women Policy Studies,    National Institute on State     For State level policy and           500,000
 Washington, DC.                     Policy on Trafficking of        program assistance to combat
                                     Women and Girls.                trafficking of women and
                                                                     girls.
City of Boulder, Boulder, NV......  Regional Law Enforcement        For equipment and training for       500,000
                                     Training Facility.              law enforcement.
City of Denver, Denver, CO........  Gang Suppression..............  To hire an intelligence              500,000
                                                                     analyst to specialize in gang
                                                                     activity.
City of Providence, Providence, RI  Predictive Policing Initiative  For law enforcement equipment        500,000
                                                                     and personnel.
City of Yonkers Police Department,  The Westside Anti-Violence      To expand the Westside Anti-         500,000
 Yonkers, NY.                        Effort (WAVE).                  Violence Effort (WAVE)
                                                                     program.
County of Monterey, Salinas, CA...  Street & Anti-Gang Project      To combat gangs and reduce           500,000
                                     (aka: Gang Task Force).         gang impact and violence.
County of Ventura Sheriff's         Sexual Assault Felony           To assist in monitoring,             500,000
 Department, Ventura, CA.            Enforcement (SAFE) Team Task    tracking, and locating
                                     Force.                          registered sex offenders.
Family Service League, Inc.,        Fresh Start: A Gang Prevention  To implement a gang prevention       500,000
 Huntington, NY.                     Program.                        program.
Maryland Crime Victims' Resource    Legal Services for Victims of   Expansion of victims' rights         500,000
 Center (MCVRC), Upper Marlboro,     Crime.                          advocacy services.
 MD.
Maryland Department of Labor,       Mortgage Fraud Enforcement      To detect, disrupt, and              500,000
 Licensing and Regulation,           Teams.                          disband small-scale mortgage
 Baltimore, MD.                                                      fraud cases.
Metropolitan Crime Commission, New  Metropolitan Crime Commission.  For the continued support of         500,000
 Orleans, LA.                                                        the Metropolitan Crime
                                                                     Commission including support,
                                                                     personnel, and equipment.
Milwaukee Safe & Sound, Milwaukee,  Milwaukee Safe & Sound Project  To build positive relationship       500,000
 WI.                                 Enhancements.                   between law enforcement and
                                                                     the community and work with
                                                                     at-risk youth.
Nashville Drug Court, Nashville,    Nashville Drug Court..........  For recidivism prevention and        500,000
 TN.                                                                 rehabilitation programs.
Nassau County Police Department,    Nassau County Police            To reduce street level heroin        500,000
 Mineola, NY.                        Department's Operation Street   use and dismantle the
                                     Sweeper Program.                distribution rings.
North Carolina Sheriffs'            Sheriffs Training and           To provide training and              500,000
 Association, Inc., Raleigh, NC.     Technical Assistance.           technical assistance to all
                                                                     North Carolina Sheriffs'
                                                                     departments.
Ohio Attorney General, Columbus,    Fugitive Safe Surrender.......  To provide a secure                  500,000
 OH.                                                                 environment for offenders to
                                                                     surrender to law enforcement.
Oklahoma State University--Center   Forensic Science Equipment....  For the purchase of forensic         500,000
 for Health Sciences, Tulsa, OK.                                     science equipment.
Partnership of Community            Western Nevada Coalition for    To support drug abuse                500,000
 Resources, Minden, NV.              Substance Abuse Prevention.     prevention program.
Phoenix House, Springfield, MA....  Phoenix House Drug Treatment    To develop supportive                700,000
                                     Enhancement Initiative for      transitional living.
                                     Western Massachusetts.
RiverStone Health, Billings, MT...  Community Crisis Center         To assist law enforcement with       500,000
                                     Operations.                     mental health and substance
                                                                     abuse cases.
Roseland CeaseFire Project Inc.,    Roseland CeaseFire Project      For violence prevention              500,000
 Chicago, IL.                        Inc./ICAN.                      programs and services for
                                                                     juveniles and adults.
Spokane County Sheriff's Office,    Spokane Sheriff's Office        To support Spokane County            500,000
 Spokane , WA.                       Regional First Responders.      airborne first responders.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort     Standing Rock Juvenile          To expand juvenile services at       500,000
 Yates, ND.                          Prevention Services.            the Lake Oahe Group Home and
                                                                     provide prevention services
                                                                     to help at-risk tribal youth.
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.......  Rural Drug and Alcohol          To combat the trafficking of         500,000
                                     Interdiction and Prosecution.   illegal alcohol and drugs in
                                                                     rural Alaska.
State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.......  Domestic Violence Sexual        For domestic violence and            500,000
                                     Assault Prevention.             sexual assault investigation
                                                                     and prevention.
University of Arkansas at Little    Juvenile Justice Center.......  To develop a training program        500,000
 Rock, Little Rock, AR.                                              for juvenile justice
                                                                     personnel.
University of Illinois at Chicago,  Ceasefire at the University of  For community-based gun              500,000
 Chicago, IL.                        Illinois at Chicago.            violence prevention and
                                                                     interven-  tion.
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN  Memphis-Shelby County           For supporting law enforcement       500,000
                                     Operation Safe Community.       ensuring safe communities.
University of Tennessee,            University of Tennessee Law     For law enforcement training..       500,000
 Knoxville, TN.                      Enforcement Innovation Center.
Utica Police Department, Utica, NY  Law Enforcement Applications    To increase computer forensic        500,000
                                     for Policing (LEAP) in Cyber    lab analytical capacity.
                                     Space.
Winona State University, Winona,    National Child Protection       To provide training, technical       500,000
 MN.                                 Training Center.                assistance, and publications
                                                                     to child protection
                                                                     professionals.
City of Waukegan, Waukegan, IL....  Waukegan Police Department....  For gang suppression programs.       450,000
Independent Development Enterprise  Project Clean Slate...........  To provide legal assistance to       450,000
 Alliance, Portland, OR.                                             vulnerable populations.
180 Turning Lives Around, Inc.,     180 Child and Teen Violence     For teen violence reduction          400,000
 Hazlet, NJ.                         Reduction and Treatment         and treatment expansion.
                                     Expansion.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police        Gang of One & Police            For a gang prevention and at-        400,000
 Department, Charlotte, NC.          Activities League--Youth        risk youth initiative.
                                     Initiative.
City of Detroit, Detroit, MI......  Detroit Police Department       To reduce and eliminate home         400,000
                                     Tenth Precinct's Project Safe   invasions.
                                      Haven.
Clackamas County, Oregon City, OR.  Clackamas County Interagency    For additional personnel and         400,000
                                     Poly-Drug Enforcement and       equipment to assist local law
                                     Treatment Initiative.           enforcement investigations.
Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA....  Health and Law Project........  To provide healthcare-related        400,000
                                                                     legal assistance.
King County Sheriff's Office,       King County Sheriff's Office    For comprehensive gang-              400,000
 Seattle, WA.                        Gang Intervention Initiative.   elimination efforts.
Metropolitan Organization to        Meeting the Expanding Demand    For services to address and          400,000
 Counter Sexual Assault, Kansas      for Sexual Violence Services    prevent sexual violence.
 City, MO.                           in the Greater Kansas City
                                     Area: MOCSA's Responsibility
                                     and Response.
Middlesex Community College (MCC)   Regional Crime Analysis         For a regional crime analysis        800,000
 and the North Eastern               Resource Center.                center at MCC.
 Massachusetts Law Enforcement
 Council (NEMLEC), Lowell, MA.
Municipality of Anchorage,          Sexual Assault Forensic         Provide support for victims          400,000
 Anchorage, AK.                      Nursing Services.               and collect medical evidence
                                                                     for investigation/prosecution
                                                                     of sexual assault cases.
Rose Brooks Center, Kansas City,    Rose Brooks Center's Outreach   To expand programs for victims       400,000
 MO.                                 Therapy Program.                of domestic violence.
YWCA of Hawaii County and YWCA of   Domestic Violence and Child     For domestic violence and            400,000
 Kauai County, Hilo and Lihue, HI.   Abuse Prevention Services.      child abuse programs.
Native American Law Enforcement     Indian Crime Awareness          To allow Indian Tribes of            375,000
 Summit, Minneapolis, MN.            Research and Evaluation         Minnesota collect, analyze,
                                     (ICARE).                        and share crime data across
                                                                     jurisdictions.
City of Jersey City, Jersey City,   Comprehensive Communication     To purchase law enformcent           350,000
 NJ.                                 System.                         equipment.
Connecticut Commission on Child     KidsVoice At-Risk Children      To expand child abuse advocacy       350,000
 Protection, Hartford, CT.           Services.                       programs.
Montana State University-Billings,  Academic and Workforce          For educational outreach to          350,000
 Billings, MT.                       Development Program at the      female prisoners.
                                     Montana Women's Prison.
Municipality of Anchorage,          Anchorage Domestic Violence     For increased victim security,       350,000
 Anchorage, AK.                      Prevention Project.             prosecution of offenders, and
                                                                     emergency support.
New Jersey Institute of             User-Authenticating             To develop technology that           350,000
 Technology, Newark, NJ.             Personalized Weapon.            will safeguard handguns from
                                                                     unauthorized use.
Oakhurst Outreach, White Sulphur    Transitional Living...........  To establish a women's               350,000
 Springs, WV.                                                        substance abuse recovery home.
Rhode Island Family Court,          Rhode Island Family Treatment   For drug treatment court and         350,000
 Providence, RI.                     Drug Court.                     related services.
Sheriff's Office of Cook County,    Reentry program at Cook County  To provide inmates with job          350,000
 Chicago, IL.                        Jail.                           training and education
                                                                     services.
Arkansas State Police, Statewide,   Police Body Armor Acquisition.  To purchase replacement body         300,000
 AR.                                                                 armor for State troopers.
Borough of Cliffside Park,          Public Safety Communications    To replace and upgrade               300,000
 Cliffside Park, NJ.                 Enhancements.                   outdated public safety
                                                                     communications equipment.
Carson City, Carson City, NV......  Courthouse and Juvenile         To purchase security equipment       300,000
                                     Facilities Security Upgrades.   for courthouse and juvenile
                                                                     detention center.
Cedar City Police Department/       Prescription Drug and Over the  For youth prevention and             300,000
 Safety Solutions Coalition, Cedar   Counter Drug Abuse Strategic    workshops regarding
 City, UT.                           Education and Empowerment       prescription and over the
                                     Project.                        counter drugs.
City of Denton, Denton, TX........  Regional Public Safety          To purchase equipment for            300,000
                                     Training Facility Technology    public safety training
                                     & Equip-  ment.                 facility.
City of Manchester, Manchester, NH  Equipment for the Manchester    To purchase equipment for            300,000
                                     Police Department.              Manchester police department.
City of New Haven, New Haven, CT..  Northeast Regional Law          For law enforcement training         300,000
                                     Enforcement Training.           and equipment.
City of Warwick, Warwick, RI......  Warwick Police Vehicles.......  For the acquisition of police        300,000
                                                                     vehicles.
Connecticut State University        Family Justice Center.........  For a service center for             300,000
 System, Hartford, CT.                                               victims of family violence
                                                                     and their children.
County of Mercer, Trenton, NJ.....  County-wide Public Safety       To purchase public safety            300,000
                                     Radio Communications Project.   equipment.
East Central University, Ada, OK..  Campus Safety and Security      To improve campus safety and         300,000
                                     Enhancement Program.            security and law enforcement
                                                                     training.
Helena Regional Airport Authority,  Rocky Mountain Emergency        For law enforcement training         300,000
 Helena, MT.                         Services Training Facility.     and simulation equipment.
Major Cities Chiefs of Police       The National Crime Map          To make incident level crime         300,000
 Association, Salt Lake City, UT.    Expansion.                      data available to the general
                                                                     public at the neighborhood
                                                                     level.
Monroe County Department of Public  Monroe County Sex Offender GPS  To monitor high-risk sex             300,000
 Safety, Rochester, NY.              Surveillance Program.           offenders.
Montana Supreme Court, Helena, MT.  Montana Drug Courts...........  To sustain, expand, and              300,000
                                                                     enhance, services at Montana
                                                                     Drug Courts.
Oklahoma State Bureau of            Oklahoma Participation in the   For a case management system..       300,000
 Investigation (OSBI), Oklahoma      Criminal Information Sharing
 City, OK.                           Alliance Network (CISAnet).
Partnership of African American     Empowering Communities........  For program development and          300,000
 Churches, Institute, WV.                                            implementation to address the
                                                                     problems of substance abuse
                                                                     in the African American
                                                                     community in WV.
State of Iowa, Office of Drug       Drug Endangered Children (DEC)  To support law enforcement           300,000
 Control Policy, Des Moines, IA.                                     efforts regarding children
                                                                     exposed to the illegal use,
                                                                     trafficking and manufacturing
                                                                     of illegal substances.
Stearns County, St. Cloud, MN.....  Stearns County Felony Domestic  For a domestic violence court.       300,000
                                     Violence Court.
UNC Greensboro, Greensboro, NC....  Project PREVENT: Preventing     To support a family justice          300,000
                                     Violence against Women and      center and provide services
                                     Children by Engaging            to prevent and reduce
                                     Information Technology.         interpersonal violence.
University of North Dakota, Grand   Native Americans Into Law.....  For the recruitment and              300,000
 Forks, ND.                                                          retention of American Indian
                                                                     law students.
University of Southern              Mississippi Rural Law           To support a rural law               300,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Enforcement Training.           enforcement training program.
YWCA Dayton, Dayton, OH...........  Domestic Violence Shelter.....  To provide emergency housing         300,000
                                                                     and comprehensive, holistic
                                                                     supportive services to
                                                                     victims of domestic violence.
ZERO TO THREE, New Orleans, LA....  Orleans Parish Court Team for   For an intervention program to       300,000
                                     Maltreated Infants and Todd-    help maltreated infants and
                                     lers.                           toddlers.
ZERO TO THREE National Center for   Cherokee Court Team for         To support a multidisciplinary       300,000
 Infants, Toddlers, and Families,    Maltreated Infants and          court team working with
 Cherokee, NC.                       Toddlers.                       infants and toddlers entering
                                                                     foster care.
ZERO TO THREE, Des Moines, IA.....  Des Moines Court Team for       For coordinated care for             300,000
                                     Maltreated Infants and          abused and neglected infants
                                     Toddlers.                       and toddler.
Kansas Regional Community Policing  Kansas Regional Community       For research and development,        290,000
 Institute at Wichita State          Policing Institute at Wichita   and training, for both on-
 University, Wichita, KS.            State University.               site and through distance
                                                                     learning.
Township of Nutley, Nutley, NJ....  Township of Nutley Police and   To purchase public safety            275,000
                                     Emergency Services              equipment.
                                     Interoperability Equipment
                                     Upgrade.
Atlantic County Sheriff's Office,   Atlantic County Law             To purchase law enforcement          250,000
 Mays Landing, NJ.                   Enforcement Street Crimes       equipment.
                                     Task Force (LESCTF).
Caddo Parish District Attorney,     Northwest Louisiana Sexual      To equip the Northwest               250,000
 Shreveport, LA.                     Predator Task Force.            Louisiana Sexual Predator
                                                                     Task  Force.
Helena Police Department, Helena,   Helena Police Department        For law enforcement technology       250,000
 MT.                                 Equipment.                      and equipment.
Lincoln/Lancaster County Child      Child Advocacy Center,          To support a new child               250,000
 Advocacy Center, Inc., Lincoln,     Lincoln, Nebraska.              advocacy Center to serve
 NE.                                                                 child victims of abuse.
McLean County, Bloomington, IL....  McLean County Court Services..  To establish a mental health         250,000
                                                                     court.
Methodist University,               Methodist University Cyber      To purchase advanced forensic        250,000
 Fayetteville, NC.                   Security Education and          equipment.
                                     Training Program.
National District Attorneys         National Advocacy Center (NAC)  For State and local prosecutor       250,000
 Association, Columbia, SC.                                          legal training.
New Jersey Association of School    SPEAK UP Hotline Outreach and   To implement a SPEAK UP anti-        250,000
 Resource Officers, Fort Lee,  NJ.   Public Education.               violence hotline awareness
                                                                     campaign in local school
                                                                     districts.
New Mexico Administrative Office    Drug Court Program............  To support statewide drug            250,000
 of the Courts, Santa Fe, NM.                                        court programs.
New Mexico Corrections Department,  Prisoner Reentry Initiative...  To provide reentry services to       250,000
 Santa Fe, NM.                                                       prisoners returning to
                                                                     communities.
Office of the Queens County         Specialized Handling of         To combat financial                  250,000
 District Attorney, Kew Gardens,     Financial Exploitation of the   exploitation of the elderly.
 NY.                                 Elderly Matters and Related
                                     Crimes.
Pennsylvania Coalition Against      HERO Project Media Campaign...  For statewide implementation         250,000
 Rape (PCAR), Enola, PA.                                             of the HERO project.
Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force,     Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force  To train and equip law               250,000
 Hopkinsville, Kentucky,             Equipment and Training.         enforcement officers to
 Hopkinsville, KY.                                                   conduct search and recovery
                                                                     missions.
Southern Illinois University,       Veterans legal assistance       To provide pro bono legal            250,000
 Carbondale, IL.                     program.                        assistance to veterans.
Taylorsville, Taylorsville, UT....  Police Technology--             For law enforcement equipment        250,000
                                     Taylorsville.                   and personnel.
University of Southern              Indoor Cannabis Eradication     To further refine indoor             250,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Technical Support.              cannabis eradication
                                                                     technology, technology
                                                                     implementation, & indoor
                                                                     eradication support.
Mississippi Center for Police &     Domestic Violence Prevention &  To support prosecution,              235,000
 Sheriffs, Raymond, MS.              Prosecution.                    prevention, and awareness of
                                                                     domestic violence crimes.
Bonner County, Sandpoint, ID......  Idaho Cooperative Agencies'     For equipment and facilities..       200,000
                                     Wireless Interoperable
                                     Network.
Border Area Mental Health           Jail Diversion Project........  For a jail diversion project         200,000
 Services, Inc., Silver City, NM.                                    aimed at addressing mental
                                                                     health and substance abuse.
City of East Providence, East       Public Safety Mobile Data       For law enforcement equipment.       200,000
 Providence, RI.                     Terminals.
City of High Point, High Point/     Domestic Violence Initiative..  To support a focused                 200,000
 Guilford, NC.                                                       deterrence initiative for
                                                                     chronic offend-  ers.
Daviess County Fiscal Court,        Daviess County Detention        For detention center safety          200,000
 Owensboro, KY.                      Center Security Upgrades.       and security.
Fulton County, Atlanta, GA........  Highway Narcotics Interdiction  To establish a narcotics             200,000
                                     Team.                           interdiction team.
Grambling State University,         Creating Honorable              For a community ex-offender          200,000
 Grambling, LA.                      Opportunities that Involve      reentry program.
                                     Community, Education, and
                                     Service (CHOICES).
Idaho Department of Correction,     NCOMS Medical and Mental        For equipment and facilities..       200,000
 Boise, ID.                          Health Sharing Software
                                     Development.
Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID..  Western Regional Microanalysis/ For equipment and facilities..       200,000
                                     Trace Analysis Forensic
                                     Laboratory.
Iowa Central Community College,     Iowa Central Law Enforcement    For law enforcement training..       200,000
 Fort Dodge, IA.                     Training Center.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA...  ISEAGE: Internet-Scale Event    To provide the means to test         200,000
                                     and Attack Generation Environ-  new products, prevent cyber
                                       ment.                         attacks, and solve crimes.
Jacksonville State University,      Cybersecurity Training Project  To provide cybersecurity             200,000
 Jacksonville, AL.                                                   training.
Laraway Youth and Family Services,  Youth Services Program........  For a victims of domestic            200,000
 Inc., Johnson, VT.                                                  violence and child abuse
                                                                     program.
Local Initiatives Support           Local Initiatives Support       To support productive                200,000
 Corporation, New York, NY.          Corporation--Community Safety   alliances between community
                                     Initiative.                     developers and police to
                                                                     reduce crime.
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Lower      Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Court   To enhance the tribal court          200,000
 Brule, SD.                          Services Project.               management system.
Montgomery County Department of     Offender Employment Project...  For pre-employment training          200,000
 Correction and Rehabilitation,                                      and job placement services
 Rockville, MD.                                                      for offenders returning to
                                                                     Montgomery County.
Montrose County, Montrose, CO.....  Montrose County Justice Center  For public safety equipment          200,000
                                     Equipment Upgrades.             upgrades.
National Judicial College, Reno,    Judicial Education and          To support educating judges          500,000
 NV.                                 Scholarships for Judges.        and justice improvement pro-
                                                                     jects.
New Mexico Sheriff and Police       Anti-Gang and Mentorship        To support a statewide anti-         200,000
 Athletic League, Albuquerque,  NM.  Program.                        gang prevention program.
Pegasus Research Foundation,        Nationwide Pegasus Program....  For information-sharing              200,000
 Little Rock, AR.                                                    services for local law
                                                                     enforcement agencies.
Pemberton Township, Pemberton, NJ.  Youth Against Gang Program....  To provide viable alternatives       200,000
                                                                     to gang-related activities..
Ramsey County Community             The Ramsey County Young Adult   To develop workforce re-entry        200,000
 Corrections, St. Paul, MN.          Offender Transitions Pro-       program to help young adults
                                     ject.                           coming out of correctional
                                                                     institutions.
Resurrection Health Care,           Pyschiatric Services Expansion  To establish a full-services         200,000
 Resurrection Behavioral Health,     at Resurrection Behavioral      psychiatric care program for
 Chicago, IL.                        Health.                         underserved populations.
Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA.  Pierce County Regional Gang     For comprehensive gang-              200,000
                                     Prevention Partnership.         elimination efforts.
Suffolk County Police Department,   Gun, Gang and Heroin            For police efforts to combat         200,000
 Hauppauge, NY.                      Suppression Initiative.         gang, gun and drug related
                                                                     crimes.
Unified Government of KCK,          Unified Government of KCK,       to support planning and             200,000
 Wyandotte Co., Kansas City, KS.     Wyandotte Co..                  design of a solution to
                                                                     separate youth from adults in
                                                                     the justice system.
Veterans Outreach Center, Inc.,     Veterans Alternative to         For substance abuse treatment        200,000
 Rochester, NY.                      Incarceration Program.          and job training for vet-
                                                                     erans.
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati,         Domestic Violence Protection    To support emergency                 200,000
 Cincinnati, OH.                     Program.                        protective shelter,
                                                                     transitional housing
                                                                     assistance, court advocacy,
                                                                     and targeted outreach
                                                                     services for domestic
                                                                     violence victims.
ZERO TO THREE: White Earth, MN....  White Earth Court Team for      To fund a court team to              200,000
                                     Maltreated Infants and Todd-    provide services for abused
                                     lers.                           and neglected infants and
                                                                     toddlers.
ZERO TO THREE: National Center for  Forrest County Court Team for   To support the Forrest County        200,000
 Infants, Toddlers, and Families,    Maltreated Infants and Todd-    Court Team for maltreated
 Washington, DC.                     lers.                           infants and toddlers.
City of Duluth Police Department,   Forensic Technology Task Force  To investigate and prosecute         175,000
 Duluth, MN.                         Project.                        Internet crimes against child-
                                                                       ren.
Newberry College, Newberry, SC....  Forensics Chemistry Program...  To expand forensic chemistry         175,000
                                                                     program in analytical
                                                                     instrumentation and a DNA
                                                                     analysis program.
Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's        Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's    For interoperable                    175,000
 Office, Belle Chase, LA.            Office.                         communication systems to
                                                                     assist in law enforcement and
                                                                     first responders.
Tennessee 14th Judicial District    14th Judicial District Drug     14th Judicial District Drug          165,000
 Drug and Violent Crime Task         and Violent Crime Task Force.   and Violent Crime Task Force
 Force, Manchester, TN.                                              for law enforcement support.
City of Racine, Racine, WI........  Racine Gang Crime Diversion     To coordinate community anti-        150,000
                                     Program.                        gang resources.
Dawson County Sheriff's Office,     Law Enforcement Equipment       To purchase equipment for            150,000
 Glendive, MT.                       Upgrades.                       training and emergency re-
                                                                     sponse.
DuPage County, Wheaton, IL........  DuPage County Department of     For employment counseling and        150,000
                                     Probation & Court Services.     job placement services for
                                                                     adult offenders on probation.
El Paso County, El Paso, TX.......  El Paso County Border Security  To purchase law enforcement          150,000
                                     Initiative.                     equipment.
National Council of Juvenile and    Judicial Training, Research,    To provide judges with               150,000
 Family Court Judges, Reno,  NV.     and Technical Assistance Pro-   training for children and
                                      ject.                          families involved in the
                                                                     court system.
National Council of Juvenile and    Child Abuse Training for        For improving court practice         350,000
 Family Court Judges, Reno,  NV.     Judicial Personnel and          in child abuse and neglect
                                     Practition-  ers.               cases.
New Castle County Police            New Castle County Police        Driving simulator and digital        150,000
 Department, New Castle, DE.         Department Technology Improve-  panoramic camera system.
                                       ments.
Polk County, Des Moines, IA.......  Polk County Jail Diversion      For services to help mentally-       150,000
                                     Program.                        ill inmates.
Sandoval County, Bernalillo, NM...  Restorative Justice Program...  To assist victims of crime in        150,000
                                                                     underserved areas.
Sojourner Family Peace Center,      Milwaukee Family Justice        To enhance legal advocacy            150,000
 Milwaukee, WI.                      Center.                         services to victims of
                                                                     domestic violence.
City of Monroe Police Department,   Monroe Police Department,       To equip an incident response        125,000
 Monroe, LA.                         CBRNE Incident Response Ve-     vehicle.
                                     hicle.
Acadiana Criminalistics             Acadiana Criminalistics         To upgrade forensics                 100,000
 Laboratory, New Iberia, LA.         Laboratory.                     laboratory equipment.
Bergen Community College, Paramus,  Center for Suburban Criminal    For staffing to expanded             100,000
 NJ.                                 Justice.                        research and coordination
                                                                     capacity of Center for
                                                                     Suburban Criminal Justice
                                                                     (CSCJ).
Bolivar County Board of             Sheriff Department Response     To upgrade law enforcement           100,000
 Supervisors, Cleveland, MS.         Improvement and Upgrade Proj-   technology and equipment.
                                      ect.
CARE Law Program, Carson City, NV.  Retired and Senior Volunteer    To provide legal assistance to       100,000
                                     Program (RSVP).                 seniors living in rural
                                                                     Nevada.
City of Alexandria, Alexandria, KY  Kentucky Data Interoperability  For information sharing among        100,000
                                     System.                         Federal, State and local law
                                                                     enforcement.
City of Belzoni, Belzoni, MS......  Belzoni, MS, Police Technology  To upgrade law enforcement           100,000
                                     Upgrades.                       technology and equipment,
                                                                     specifically surveillance and
                                                                     data systems.
City of Eagan, Eagan, MN..........  Public Safety Center Equipment  For public safety center             100,000
                                                                     emergency response and
                                                                     training equipment.
City of Great Falls, Great Falls,   Police Department Emergency     For police emergency safety          100,000
 MT.                                 Equipment Replacement.          equipment.
City of Holladay, Holladay, UT....  Gang Prevention Initiative....  For gang surveillance.........       100,000
City of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches,   City of Nacogdoches, Texas,     To equip a firearms training         100,000
 TX.                                 Firearms/Use-of-Force           facility.
                                     Training Facilities
                                     Initiative.
City of Pascagoula, Pascagoula, MS  City of Pascagoula Police       For law enforcement technology       100,000
                                     Department Document Imaging     and equipment.
                                     System.
City of Peoria, Peoria, IL........  Drug intervention program.....  For programs targeting drug-         100,000
                                                                     related offenders.
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg, MS..  Vicksburg Police Technology     To upgrade law enforcement           100,000
                                     Upgrades.                       technology and equipment.
Disability Rights Vermont, Inc.,    Vermont Communications Support  To recruit, train, and               100,000
 Montpelier, VT.                     Project.                        supervise communication
                                                                     support specialists to assist
                                                                     crime victims with
                                                                     disabilities in criminal
                                                                     proceedings.
George County Regional              George County Regional          To upgrade technology and            100,000
 Correctional Facility, Lucedale,    Correctional Facility           equipment.
 MS.                                 Equipment Up-  grade.
Hidalgo County Sheriff, Edinburg,   Hidalgo County Sheriff's        For a sheriff's substation           100,000
 TX.                                 Office Radio Communication      equipment.
                                     Pro-  posal.
Lawrence County, MS, Sheriff's      Lawrence County Sheriff's       To upgrade law enforcement           100,000
 Office, Monticello, MS.             Office Technology Upgrade.      technology and equipment.
New York City Outward Bound,        Building Strong Minds & Strong  To support adventure-based           100,000
 Bronx, NY.                          Bodies for At-Risk Youth.       character building and
                                                                     leadership development
                                                                     programs for at-risk youths.
Northwest Family Services, Inc.,    Outreach Prevention and         To continue and expand the           100,000
 Alva, OK.                           Community.                      provision of behavioral
                                                                     health services for children
                                                                     and families.
Wilmington Department of Police,    Police Weapons Range            For mandated safety and            1,425,000
 Wilmington, DE.                     Improvement.                    environmental improvements to
                                                                     weapons range.
Office of the Attorney General of   Virginia Triad Crime            To support Virginia Attorney         100,000
 Virginia, Richmond, VA.             Prevention for Senior           General initiative to protect
                                     Citizens.                       older Americans.
Potter County, Roulette, PA.......  Potter County Community Re-     To support a re-entry program        100,000
                                     entry Project.                  that will serve jail inmates
                                                                     and their families.
South Royalton Legal Clinic, S.     Legal Assistance Program for    To support the South Royalton        100,000
 Royalton, VT.                       the Underserved.                Legal Clinic serve victims of
                                                                     crime by providing pro bono
                                                                     legal services.
Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK...  Campus Police Force...........  For campus police officers,          100,000
                                                                     training, and equipment.
Vermont Department of Fish and      Equipment support for rural     To purchase equipment for law        100,000
 Wildlife, Waterbury, VT.            law enforcement officers.       enforcement officers
                                                                     operating in rural Vermont.
Vermont Legal Aid, Inc.,            Vermont Employment Law Project  To support Vermont Legal Aid         100,000
 Burlington, VT.                                                     serve victims of crime by
                                                                     providing pro bono legal
                                                                     services.
Warren County Fiscal Court,         Warren County Emergency         For warning sirens, an               100,000
 Kentucky, Bowling Green, KY.        Management Agency Improve-      upgraded warning system, and
                                     ments.                          additional technology.
Winston County Sheriff's Office,    Winston County Sheriff's        For law enforcement equipment        100,000
 Louisville, MS.                     Office Technology Upgrade and   and personnel.
                                     Personnel.
Virginia Community Action Re-Entry  PAPIS: Virginia for Reentry...  To coordinate Virginia's              80,000
 System, Inc., Richmond,  VA.                                        community- and institution-
                                                                     based reentry providers.
Eau Claire County, Eau Claire       Achieving Employment for Eau    To provide inmates with               75,000
 County, WI.                         Claire County Treatment Court   workforce development
                                     Participants.                   training.
Rhode Island Commission on          Hate Crimes/Civil Rights        For law enforcement training          50,000
 Prejudice and Bias, Providence,     Training and Education: Law     and personnel.
 RI.                                 Enforcement and Our Schools.
National Crime Victim Law           Crime Victims' Rights           For services to help victims         400,000
 Institute, Portland, OR.            Enforcement Project.            of crime in Oregon.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Byrne Competitive Grants.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes $40,000,000 for competitive, peer-reviewed grants to 
programs of national significance to prevent crime, improve the 
administration of justice or assist victims of crime. Within 
120 days of enactment of this act, OJP is directed to provide a 
report and spend plan to the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations, which detail the criteria and methodology that 
will be used to award these grants. The Committee expects that 
OJP will take all steps necessary to ensure fairness and 
objectivity in the award of these and future competitive 
grants. It is expected that national programs that have 
previously received funding under the Byrne discretionary 
program will be eligible to compete for funding under this 
competitive grant program, including programs for which 
specific amounts are designated in this act.
    Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crime Act.--The Committee 
fully supports the goals of the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil 
Rights Crime Act of 2007 (Public Law 110-344). Racially 
motivated murders from the civil rights era constitute some of 
the greatest scars upon U.S. history. The Committee recommends 
that OJP provide up to $2,000,000 from within Byrne competitive 
grants to help State and local law enforcement agencies 
investigate and prosecute unsolved civil rights cold cases.
    Border Prosecution Initiatives.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $25,000,000 for funding to assist State 
and local law enforcement, including prosecutors, probation 
officers, courts and detention facilities along both the 
Southern and Northern borders related to the investigation and 
prosecution of drug and immigration cases referred from Federal 
arrests.
    Drug Courts.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$45,000,000 for the Drug Court program. Drug courts greatly 
improve substance abuse treatment outcomes, substantially 
reduce crime, and produce significant societal benefits. The 
Committee is concerned that while there are 1.47 million non-
violent drug addicted arrestees who are legally and clinically 
eligible for Drug Court, only 55,000 are currently served by 
the program. The Committee supports the expansion of drug 
courts in order to bring the Drug Court Program to scale and 
effectively address this population.
    The Committee notes the distinct success of the Drug Courts 
and Mentally Ill Offender grant programs. While the Committee 
applauds the Department for attempting to consolidate grant 
programs, the Committee rejects this proposal given that 
professionals in the field have made a clear distinction 
between the two programs. However, the Committee encourages the 
Department to continue looking for ways and means to 
consolidate other, more duplicative grant programs.
    Second Chance Act.--The Second Chance Act (Public Law 110-
199) is a comprehensive response to improve outcomes for people 
released from prisons and jails and returning to our 
communities. Each year, nearly 670,000 people are released from 
State prisons and approximately 9 million are released from 
jails. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, an 
estimated 95 percent of all State prisoners will be released--
with one-half of these individuals expected to return to prison 
within 3 years for committing a new crime or violating their 
conditions of release. This cycle of recidivism not only 
compromises public safety, but also increases taxpayer 
spending. A February 2007 report from The Pew Charitable Trusts 
stated that if Federal, State, and local policies and practices 
do not change, taxpayers are expected to pay as much as 
$27,500,000 on prisons alone from 2007 to 2011 on top of 
current corrections spending.
    Smart Probation.--Within the $50,000,000 provided for 
activities authorized under the Second Chance Act of 2007, 
which facilitates the successful reentry of prisoners into 
communities following their incarceration, the Committee 
recommends that up to $5,000,000 be used to promote the 
administration's new Smart Probation initiative. This program 
will provide grants to help States, communities and tribes 
improve probation supervision strategies and services, and 
reduce recidivism.
    Bulletproof Vests.--Within the $30,000,000 provided for 
bulletproof vests, $1,500,000 is for the National Institute of 
Standards and Technology's [NIST] Office of Law Enforcement 
Standards [OLES] to continue supporting ballistic- and stab-
resistant material compliance testing programs.
    The Committee is disappointed that the National Institute 
of Justice [NIJ] has purposely and willfully disregarded the 
will of the Congress in fiscal year 2010 by not providing the 
scientific experts at NIST/OLES with resources they need to 
fulfill their role in the Body Armor Safety Initiative in a 
timely manner. This research is vital to ensuring the 
reliability of body armor used by law enforcement personnel. 
The Congress intended for NIJ to transfer funds directly and 
promptly to NIST/OLES to support research, testing and 
evaluation of body armor safety as prioritized by NIST/OLES, 
not by NIJ. However, NIJ has disregarded this directive and 
instead has treated NIST not as an equal partner in the Body 
Armor Safety Initiative but rather as a contractor. The 
Committee is frustrated with NIJ's insistence that NIST agree 
to conduct an unrealistic panoply of projects outside the scope 
of NIST's internal research and priorities once the funds are 
transferred. The delays caused by NIJ's shenanigans put law 
enforcement personnel at risk and will not be tolerated by this 
Committee. The Committee has included bill language which 
transfers funding directly to NIST from the COPS program, 
eliminating unnecessary meddling by NIJ program managers.

                         WEED AND SEED PROGRAM

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $20,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................................
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee's recommendation does not provide for the 
Weed and Seed Program.

                       JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $423,595,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     289,806,000
Committee recommendation................................     489,555,000

    The mission of the Office of Juvenile Justice and 
Delinquency Prevention [OJJDP] is to provide national 
leadership, coordination and resources to prevent and respond 
to juvenile delinquency and victimization. OJJDP supports 
States, tribes and local communities in efforts to develop, 
implement and improve the juvenile justice system in order to 
protect the public safety, hold offenders accountable, and 
provide treatment and rehabilitative services tailored to the 
needs of juveniles and their families.
    The Committee's recommendation provides $489,555,000 for 
juvenile justice programs. The recommendation is $65,960,000 
above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and $199,749,000 above 
the budget request.
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table:

                            JUVENILE JUSTICE
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Part B--State Formula..................................          70,000
Part E--Challenge Grants and Projects..................          75,355
Youth Mentoring Grants.................................         100,000
Title V--Incentive Grants..............................          70,000
    Tribal Youth.......................................         (25,000)
    Gang Education Initiative..........................         (20,000)
    Alcohol Prevention.................................         (25,000)
Victims of Child Abuse Programs........................          22,500
Juvenile Accountability Block Grant....................          40,000
Community-Based Violence Prevention Initiatives........          20,000
Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)...............          14,200
Training for Judicial Personnel........................           2,500
Missing and Exploited Children's Program...............          70,000
    Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces                (30,000)
     (ICACs)...........................................
National Juvenile Delinquency Court Improvement Program           5,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         489,555
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee expects to be consulted prior to any 
deviation from the above plan.
    Part B--State Formula Grants.--The Committee provides 
$70,000,000 for grants to implement comprehensive State 
juvenile justice plans, including community-based prevention 
and intervention programs and activities for juvenile 
offenders. This amount is $5,000,000 below the fiscal year 2010 
level and $2,000,000 below the budget request.
    Missing and Exploited Children Program.--The issue of child 
abduction and exploitation is a constant part of the national 
conscience due to the numerous child pornography and missing 
children cases. The Office of Justice Programs [OJP] works with 
law enforcement agencies to target, dismantle and prosecute 
predatory child molesters and those who traffic in child 
pornography. The Committee continues to strongly support the 
Missing and Exploited Children Program and recommends 
$70,000,000, including $30,000,000 for the Internet Crimes 
Against Children [ICAC] task force program, to continue to 
expand efforts to protect the Nation's children, focusing on 
the areas of locating missing children, and addressing the 
growing wave of child sexual exploitation facilitated by the 
Internet. The Committee directs OJP to provide a spending plan 
for the use of these funds as part of the Department's spending 
plan for fiscal year 2011.
    Discretionary Grants.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $75,355,000 for part E programs. The Committee 
provides funding for the following congressionally designated 
projects, and directs the Department of Justice to refrain from 
charging administrative costs to these grants. The Committee 
expects that the Department of Justice will provide appropriate 
management and oversight of each grant. Within the amounts 
provided, OJP shall fund the following congressionally 
designated projects:

                            OJP--JUVENILE JUSTICE CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Academy for Urban School            Youth violence prevention      For violence prevention and          $450,000
 Leadership, Chicago, IL.            program.                       job development programming
                                                                    for at-risk youth.
Artists Collective, Hartford, CT..  Delinquency Prevention         For an at-risk youth                  500,000
                                     Program.                       prevention initiative.
AS220, Providence, RI.............  AS220 Labs...................  Programs for at-risk youth...         200,000
Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward    Outward Bound At-Risk Youth    To support adventure-based          1,000,000
 Bound Center, Baltimore, MD.        Development Program.           character building and
                                                                    leadership development
                                                                    programs for at-risk youths.
Big Brothers Big Sisters New        Youth Mentoring Initiative...  To serve at-risk children and         200,000
 Mexico Consortium, Statewide, NM.                                  youth who are not currently
                                                                    being served throughout the
                                                                    state.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex,  Comprehensive Mentoring        For a youth mentoring program         400,000
 Hudson & Union Counties, Newark,    Program.
 NJ.
Bolder Options, Rochester, MN.....  Bolder Options Rochester       To expand a mentoring program         100,000
                                     Expansion.                     for at-risk youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Burlington,    Early Promise Program........  For a juvenile justice                150,000
 Burlington, VT.                                                    project.
Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey,   Gang Prevention Through        For a gang prevention program         250,000
 Morristown, NJ.                     Targeted Outreach.             for at-risk youth.
Boys & Girls Clubs, Honolulu, HI..  Outreach to Youth in Isolated  To expand rural youth crime         1,500,000
                                     and Rural Communities--Phase   prevention program to
                                     2: Building a Technology       neighbor islands.
                                     Bridge.
Boys Town Nebraska, Omaha, Omaha,   Boys Town Day School, Omaha,   To double the number of at-           250,000
 NE.                                 NE.                            risk juveniles served as
                                                                    well as to provide in home
                                                                    services to families as part
                                                                    of the day school model.
Cal Ripken, Sr., Foundation,        Cal Ripken, Sr., Foundation    For youth mentoring programs        1,000,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      At-Risk Youth Mentoring Pro-   for at-risk children.
                                      grams.
Casa Central, Chicago, IL.........  After school enrichment        For after school programs for         350,000
                                     program.                       at-risk youth.
Chavez County, Roswell, NM........  Juvenile Justice               For a collaborative juvenile          200,000
                                     Comprehensive Strategy Board.  delinquency prevention
                                                                    initiative.
Chicago Jesuit Academy, Chicago,    Chicago Jesuit Academy's       For mentoring and counseling          100,000
 IL.                                 After-School Enrichment        programs for at-risk youth.
                                     Program.
Children's Cabinet, Reno, NV......  Adolescent Drug and Alcohol    To hire a case manager to             175,000
                                     Prevention and Treatment.      develop treatment plans for
                                                                    youth who struggle with
                                                                    substance abuse.
Christian Activity Center, East St  After school enrichment        For after school programs for         250,000
 Louis, IL.                          program.                       at-risk youth.
City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT  Lighthouse After-School        For education and enrichment          500,000
                                     Program.                       activities for at-risk youth.
City of Brighton, Brighton, CO....  Workforce Development for At-  For at-risk youth programs...         500,000
                                     Risk Youth.
City of Fairfield, Fairfield, CA..  Matt Garcia PAL Center.......  To continue and expand                175,000
                                                                    services to at risk youth.
City of Iola, Kansas, Iola, KS....  City of Iola Program for At-   To establish a program for at-        110,000
                                     Risk Youth.                    risk pre-K students.
City of Moultrie, Moultrie, GA....  R.D. Smith After School        For violence prevention and           150,000
                                     Program (RDSASP).              youth development programs.
City of Rochester, Rochester, NY..  After-School Jobs Program for  For mentoring and counseling        1,000,000
                                     At-Risk Youth.                 programs for at-risk youth.
City of Seattle, Seattle, WA......  Seattle Youth Violence         To prevent youth violence....         100,000
                                     Prevention Initiative.
City of South Salt Lake, South      Pete Suazo Center............  For after-school programs for         100,000
 Salt Lake, UT.                                                     at-risk high school aged
                                                                    youth.
City of Waterbury, Waterbury, CT..  Waterbury Truancy Clinic.....  To expand a truancy                   800,000
                                                                    intervention program.
Communities In Schools of           Action for Success--Dropout    To reduce the dropout rate            300,000
 Brunswick County, Inc., Brunswick   Prevention Project.            among middle school youth.
 County, NC.
Community Conferencing Center,      Community Conferencing Court   To reduce recidivism by               200,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      Diversion for Juvenile         providing an alternative to
                                     Offenders.                     court for juvenile offenders
                                                                    in Maryland.
Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, Fort        Three Districts Boys & Girls   To enhance services and               150,000
 Thompson, SD.                       Club.                          programming and purchase
                                                                    equipment and supplies.
Dave Thomas Foundation for          Every Child Counts...........  Help move at-risk youth out           500,000
 Adoption, Columbus, OH.                                            of foster care and into
                                                                    permanent, adoptive families.
DREAM Program, Inc., Winooski, VT.  Village Mentoring Model......  To expand a mentoring program         200,000
Eastern Connecticut State           Dual Enrollment Initiative     To support at-risk youth              200,000
 University, Willimantic, CT.        for At-Risk Youth.             programs.
Epworth Village, York, NE.........  Behavioral Services for At-    To facilitate mental health           700,000
                                     Risk Youth in Rural            and behavioral health
                                     Communities.                   services to at-risk youth
                                                                    living in rural communities.
Friends of the Children Portland,   Child Investment Initiative..  To support at-risk youth              300,000
 Portland, OR.                                                      mentoring programs.
Girl Scouts of the USA, New York,   Girl Scouts Beyond Bars......  For a youth mentoring program       1,000,000
 NY.                                                                for at-risk children of
                                                                    adult offenders.
Hawaii Council on Economic          Financial Education for At-    To support at-risk, low-              350,000
 Education, Honolulu, HI.            Risk Youth and Families.       income youth program.
Improved Solutions for Urban        Court Involved Drop-Out Youth  To re-engage disconnected             250,000
 Systems, Dayton, OH.                Re-Engagement.                 youth to transition to
                                                                    adulthood and self-
                                                                    sufficiency.
Kennedy Krieger Institute,          Kennedy Krieger Institute      For early intervention and            500,000
 Baltimore and Fort Meade, MD.       Juvenile Delinquency           prevention services to at-
                                     Prevention Program at Fort     risk children.
                                     Meade.
Kenosha Boys & Girls Club,          Kenosha Boys & Girls Club      For at-risk youth and gang            150,000
 Kenosha, WI.                        Gang Prevention.               prevention programs.
Latin American Youth Center,        Maryland Multicultural Youth   To serve at-risk youth and            750,000
 Washington, DC.                     Centers.                       promote gang prevention.
Lawrence Hall Youth Services,       Youth violence prevention      To reduce violence among high-        450,000
 Chicago, IL.                        program.                       risk youth.
Lourdes College, Sylvania, OH.....  At-Risk Youth Student Success  To support academic                   500,000
                                     Mentoring Initiative.          achievement and character
                                                                    development programming for
                                                                    at-risk youths.
Maryland Association of Youth       Maryland Association of Youth  For direct prevention and           1,000,000
 Services Bureaus, Greenbelt,  MD.   Services Bureaus.              diversion services to at-
                                                                    risk  youths.
Mass Mentoring Partnership,         Mentoring Programs for At-     To expand and enhance the             360,000
 Boston, MA.                         Risk Children and Youth.       availability of quality
                                                                    mentoring programs for at-
                                                                    risk children and youth.
Men Engaged in Nonviolence, Taos,   Crime Prevention Initiative..  To engage at-risk youth and           200,000
 NM.                                                                providing reentry services.
Metropolitan Council on Jewish      Study on At-Risk Teens.......  To help at-risk teenagers in          150,000
 Poverty, New York, NY.                                             New York City.
Moody County Boys & Girls Club,     Boys & Girls Club Educational  To fund programs for tribal           100,000
 Flandreau, SD.                      Programs.                      youth on drug and alcohol
                                                                    prevention, gang prevention
                                                                    and leadership.
Mosholu Montefiore Community        MMCC Co-Op City Youth Center.  For mentoring and counseling          375,000
 Center, Bronx, NY.                                                 programs for at-risk youth.
New Mexico Juvenile Justice         Statewide Juvenile Justice     To support a statewide                500,000
 Continuum, Statewide, NM.           Initiative.                    program for early
                                                                    intervention with at-risk
                                                                    youths.
Northern Forest Canoe Trail,        Explorers Program............  For a juvenile justice                300,000
 Waitsfield, VT.                                                    program in northern VT, ME,
                                                                    NH & NY.
Northwest Virginia Regional Gang    Northwest Virginia Regional    To support task force in              500,000
 Task Force, Berryville, VA.         Gang Task Force.               efforts to pursue and
                                                                    prevent gang-related crimes.
Our Children's Homestead,           Foster youth support program.  To provide assistance for at-         200,000
 Rockford, IL.                                                      risk youth within the foster
                                                                    system.
Permanent Fund, Montpelier, VT....  Mentoring Collaborative......  To expand mentoring programs          500,000
                                                                    in Vermont.
Roca, Chelsea, MA.................  Roca Springfield Project.....  To support a high-risk youth          500,000
                                                                    intervention model in Spring-
                                                                      field.
Save The Children, Washington, DC.  Juvenile Delinquency           For at-risk youth mentoring           500,000
                                     Prevention Program.            programs.
SEED School of Maryland,            SEED Maryland Student Life     To provide life skills                500,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      Program.                       training and wrap-around
                                                                    support to at-risk children
                                                                    in off-school hours.
Starr Commonwealth, Albion, MI....  At-Risk Youth Program          To expand and improve                 250,000
                                     Technology Improvements.       technological resources to
                                                                    support programs for at-risk
                                                                    and delinquent youth.
Team Focus, Inc., Tupelo, MS......  Mississippi Team Focus Youth   To support fatherless young-          200,000
                                     Mentoring Program.             men through mentoring.
Team Focus, Morgan, TX............  Youth Mentoring Program......  To provide mentoring and              500,000
                                                                    education services.
Township of Irvington, Irvington,   Youth Violence Prevention      For a youth mentoring and             300,000
 NJ.                                 Initiative.                    violence prevention program.
University of Montana, Missoula,    Montana Safe School Center:    To develop alternative                500,000
 MT.                                 Trauma-Informed Communities.   strategies for dealing with
                                                                    at-risk  youth.
Vermont Department of Children and  At-Risk Youth Assistance       To support at-risk youth              800,000
 Families, Waterbury, VT.            Program.                       programming statewide.
Vermont Department of Education,    Extended Education             To support programs to help           500,000
 Montpelier, VT.                     Programming in Schools.        vulnerable youths in high
                                                                    risk areas.
Virginia Early Childhood            The Southside/Southwest        To decrease grade repetition,         250,000
 Foundation, Richmond, VA.           Virginia School Readiness      youth incarceration, drug
                                     Initia-  tive.                 use, and teen pregnancy in
                                                                    Southwest/Southside Virginia.
Virginia Foundation for Community   Great Expectations Program     To expand an education                370,000
 College Education, Richmond, VA.    for Virginia's Foster Youth.   program serving at-risk
                                                                    youth in Virginia's foster
                                                                    care system.
Virginia Mentoring Partnership,     Mentoring Programs for At-     To expand and enhance                 200,000
 Richmond, VA.                       Risk Children and Youth.       statewide program for
                                                                    mentoring at-risk children
                                                                    and youth.
Western Connecticut State           Expanded Building a Bridge to  For education programming for         400,000
 University, Danbury, CT.            Improve Student Success At-    at-risk students.
                                     Risk Youth Project.
Youthworks, Bismarck, ND..........  At Risk Youth Intervention...  For intervention services for         600,000
                                                                    at risk youth.
YWCA Elgin, Elgin and Aurora, IL..  At-Risk Youth Initiative.....  For education and supportive          200,000
                                                                    services to help at-risk
                                                                    youth and their families in
                                                                    the Fox Valley region.
YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region, Bay    Empowerment Initiative for At- To provide job skills                 500,000
 City, MI.                           Risk Youth and Women.          training, education, case
                                                                    management, legal and
                                                                    financial resources,
                                                                    transportation.
YWCA Northern Rhode Island,         Bright Futures Initiative for  For programs for at-risk              750,000
 Woonsocket, RI.                     At-Risk Youth.                 youth.
YWCA of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake   Shelter and Residence for      For prevention programs and           485,000
 City, UT.                           Women and Children.            shelter equipment.
YWCA Pueblo, Pueblo, CO...........  Domestic Violence Prevention   For a teen domestic violence          300,000
                                     Education.                     prevention program.
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    Youth Mentoring Grants.--To support the critical work of 
national, regional and local organizations in nurturing and 
mentoring at-risk children and youths, the Committee recommends 
$100,000,000 for competitive, peer-reviewed youth mentoring 
grants. Within 120 days of enactment of this act, OJP is 
directed to provide a report and spend plan to the House and 
Senate Committees on Appropriations, which detail the criteria 
and methodology that will be used to award these grants. The 
Committee expects that OJJDP will take all steps necessary to 
ensure fairness and objectivity in the award of these and 
future competitive grants. It is expected that national 
programs that have received funding under the Byrne 
discretionary grants program or the Juvenile Justice Part E 
program will be eligible for funding under this competitive 
grant program, including programs for which specific amounts 
are designated in this act. Further, the Committee recognizes 
the alarming high school dropout, arrest, and unemployment 
rates among youth with disabilities. Within available funds, 
the Committee encourages OJJDP to fund expansions of mentoring 
services for youth with disabilities.
    Gang and Youth Violence Education and Prevention 
Initiative.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$20,000,000 for an anti-gang and youth violence education and 
prevention initiative.
    Enforcing the Underage Drinking Laws Program.--Within the 
funds provided in the At-Risk Children Program (title V), the 
Committee provides $25,000,000 for grants to assist States in 
enforcing underage drinking laws.
    Victims of Child Abuse Act.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $22,500,000 for the various programs authorized under 
the Victims of Child Abuse Act [VOCA] (Public Law 101-647). 
Within the funds provided, $5,000,000 shall be for Regional 
Children's Advocacy Centers [RCACs] Programs. The RCACs were 
established through the Victims of Child Abuse Act to provide 
information, consultation, training, and technical assistance 
to communities, and to help establish child-focused programs 
that facilitate and support coordination among agencies 
responding to child abuse. The RCACs and the National 
Children's Alliance have identified several joint initiatives 
which include: developing centers in underserved areas; support 
and development of Tribal CACs; constituent involvement; 
marketing; and public awareness. In working on these 
initiatives, the RCACs have created programs such as the 
National Training Academy, which trains professionals and 
multi-disciplinary teams investigating child abuse, and the 
telemedicine pilot project, which assists remote areas in 
investigating child abuse.

                    PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS BENEFITS

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $70,100,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      77,300,000
Committee recommendation................................      77,300,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $77,300,000 for 
public safety officers benefits. The recommendation is 
$7,200,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and equal 
to the budget request. Within funds provided, $61,000,000 is 
for death benefits for survivors, an amount estimated by the 
Congressional Budget Office and considered mandatory for 
scorekeeping purposes. The Committee also recommends 
$16,300,000, as requested, for disability benefits for injured 
officers and education benefits for the families of officers 
who have been permanently disabled or killed in the line of 
duty.
    This mandatory program provides a one-time death benefit 
payment to eligible survivors of Federal, State, and local 
public safety officers whose death was the direct and proximate 
result of a traumatic injury sustained in the line of duty or 
certain eligible heart attacks or strokes.

                  Community Oriented Policing Services


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................................
Budget estimate, 2011\1\................................................
Committee recommendation................................     $40,000,000

\1\In fiscal year 2010 and the fiscal year 2011 request, funds for the 
management and administration of programs at OVW, OJP, and COPS were 
provided within a joint Salaries and Expenses appropriation. The COPS 
portion of this joint appropriation was $37,462,000 in the fiscal year 
2010 enacted and $40,312,000 in the fiscal year 2011 request.

    This appropriation supports all activities related to the 
management and administration of Community Oriented Policing 
Services [COPS] grant programs, grants and cooperative 
agreements, including peer review. For fiscal year 2011, the 
Committee recommends $40,000,000, which is $312,000 below the 
equivalent amount requested under the joint salaries and 
expenses appropriation.
    The Committee expects all activities related to the 
management and administration of grant programs, grants, and 
cooperative agreements--including activities related to peer 
review--to be supported with salaries and expenses funding. No 
administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from the 
programs funded in the COPS Programs account. Training and 
technical assistance [T&TA], research and statistics activities 
performed by the COPS office, or through interagency agreements 
or under contract for COPS, may be supported with program 
funds, subject to the submission of details related to these 
costs in the Department's fiscal year 2011 spending plan.

             COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $791,608,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     690,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     585,955,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $585,955,000 for 
community oriented policing services. The recommendation is 
$205,653,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$104,045,000 the budget request.
    Local law enforcement is not only essential to ensure the 
safety of the public, but also plays a critical role in 
preventing and responding to terrorist threats. Since its 
creation, the Community Oriented Policing Services [COPS] 
office has assisted State and local law enforcement agencies by 
providing grants, training, and technical assistance that not 
only ensure public safety from traditional crime, but also 
better enables law enforcement officers to address the growing 
threat from terrorist organizations.
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table:

                  COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                        Program                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Community Policing Development/Training and Technical            12,000
 Assistance............................................
COPS Hiring Grants.....................................         400,000
Law Enforcement Technology and Interoperability........         103,820
    NIST/OLES Transfer.................................          (1,500)
Meth Hot Spots.........................................          13,135
    Tribal Meth Grants.................................          (5,000)
Tribal Law Enforcement.................................          25,000
Child Sexual Predator Elimination......................          18,000
Secure Our Schools.....................................          14,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         585,955
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Any deviations from the above plan are subject to the 
reprogramming requirements of section 505.
    Training and Technical Assistance.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides for $12,000,000 for COPS to provide 
Training and Technical Assistance to assist agencies with 
developing innovative community policing strategies through 
applied research and evaluation initiatives.
    COPS Technology.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$103,820,000 for the COPS Law Enforcement Technology Program. 
Within the funds provided, $1,500,000 shall be transferred to 
NIST to continue the efforts of the Office of Law Enforcement 
Standards [OLES] in developing a comprehensive suite of minimum 
standards for law enforcement communications. In addition, 
these funds should be used to support the development and 
implementation of a compliance assessment program to ensure 
that communications equipment purchased through this grant 
program is compliant, where applicable with existing standards.
    The Committee provides funding for the following 
congressionally designated projects, and directs the Department 
of Justice to refrain from charging administrative costs to 
these grants. The Committee expects that the Department of 
Justice will provide appropriate management and oversight of 
each grant. Within the amounts provided, the COPS program 
office shall fund the following congressionally designated 
projects:

                       COPS LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNOLOGY CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                           Project                        Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bexar County Sheriff, San Antonio,   Sheriff's Office Vehicle         For in-car camera systems......    150,000
 TX.                                  Technology Enhancement Project.
Blount County, Blount County, TN...  Blount County Interoperable      For interoperable                  400,000
                                      Communications.                  communications equipment.
Borough of Naugatuck, Naugatuck, CT  Public Safety Communications     To upgrade communication           500,000
                                      Project.                         technology.
Bowling Green Police Department,     Public Safety Radio System       For public safety                  200,000
 Bowling Green, KY.                   Upgrade.                         communications.
Cecil County Department of           Cecil County Public Safety       Construct a public safety radio    650,000
 Emergency Services, Elkton, MD.      Communications Network.          communications tower.
Central Texas Council of             Central Texas Project 25         For law enforcement                250,000
 Governments, Belton, TX.             Interoperability Initiative.     communications and
                                                                       interoperabiilty.
Centre County, Bellefonte, PA......  Centre County Emergency          To upgrade current 9-1-1 system    300,000
                                      Communications System Upgrade.   from analog to digital.
Charleston County, Charleston, SC..  Mobile Data Terminals..........  For mobile data terminals......    125,000
Cherry Hill Township, Cherry Hill,   Cherry Hill Township Public      To purchase in-car video           100,000
 NJ.                                  Safety Improvements.             cameras and mobile computers.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle    Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe       To upgrade obsolete emergency      200,000
 Butte, SD.                           Emergency Dispatching System.    response and 9-1-1 dispatch
                                                                       system.
City of Alexandria Police            Kentucky Data Interoperability   To expand and enhance data         200,000
 Department, KY, Alexandria, KY.      Project.                         sharing.
City of Allentown, Allentown, PA...  Allentown Radio Encryption.....  To create an interoperable         300,000
                                                                       secured radio and data
                                                                       communications network.
City of Bayonne, Bayonne, NJ.......  Bayonne Law Enforcement Project  To purchase equipment to combat    150,000
                                                                       growth in motor vehicle
                                                                       crashes and traffic related
                                                                       injuries and fatalities.
City of Benton, Benton, KY.........  City of Benton Public Safety     For digital radios.............     35,000
                                      Communication Equipment.
City of Bethlehem, Bethlehem, PA...  Multi-Jurisdiction Public        For purchase, installation and     100,000
                                      Safety Camera Project.           maintenance of security
                                                                       cameras.
City of Billings, Billings, MT.....  Public Safety Radio System       Replacement radio equipment to     500,000
                                      Upgrades.                        provide interoperability.
City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT.  Public Safety Technology         To purchase gun detection          375,000
                                      Improvements.                    technology.
City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.......  Buffalo Police Department        To purchase and install video      175,000
                                      Surveillance Cameras.            surveillance system to prevent
                                                                       and respond to crime.
City of Cleveland, Office of the     800 MHz Radio System...........  For a radio system to increase     250,000
 Mayor, Cleveland, OH.                                                 local law enforcement opera-
                                                                       bility.
City of Colorado Springs Police      Police Technology Enhancement..  For police information sharing     400,000
 Department, Colorado Springs, CO.                                     equipment.
City of Elizabeth Police             Gun Detection Technology System  To purchase gun detection          375,000
 Department, Elizabeth, NJ.                                            technology.
City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville,  Simulcast System for Public      To purchase, install and           600,000
 AR.                                  Safety Communication.            implement a simulcast radio
                                                                       system.
City of Flint, Flint, MI...........  City of Flint Interoperable      To replace its police and fire     500,000
                                      Communications Project.          radio system with an
                                                                       interoperable platform of
                                                                       voice communications,
                                                                       specifically an 800 MHz
                                                                       dispatching system.
City of Fort Smith Police            River Valley Mobile Data         To purchase and implement a        400,000
 Department, Fort Smith, AR.          Network.                         county-wide law enforcement
                                                                       mobile data network.
City of Fresno, City of Fresno, CA.  To provide law enforcement       To purchase streetscape video      300,000
                                      equipment.                       cameras and mobile recording
                                                                       equipment.
City of Hot Springs Police           In-Car Video Acquisition.......  To purchase in-car video system    250,000
 Department, Hot Springs, AR.                                          for patrol units.
City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis,  Public Safety, Interrogation,    For purchase of equipment for      200,000
 IN.                                  and Crime Scene Investigation    interrogation, investigation,
                                      Equipment.                       and remote monitoring of
                                                                       public high-traffic areas.
City of Longview, Longview, WA.....  Longview Regional 9-1-1 Center   To fund acquisition of a           100,000
                                      Dispatch Improvements.           Computer Aided Dispatch system.
City of Muncie, Muncie, IN.........  MPD Enhanced Technology          For purchase of computer           200,000
                                      Initiative.                      equipment and software.
City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia,  Crime Prevention Cameras.......  For purchase, installation and     250,000
 PA.                                                                   maintenance of security
                                                                       cameras.
City of Pine Bluff Police            Gun Detection Technology System  To purchase gun detection          250,000
 Department, Pine Bluff, AR.                                           technology.
City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.  CrimeWatch Neighborhood Camera   For purchase, installation and   1,000,000
                                      Security Systems.                maintenance of neighborhood
                                                                       security cameras.
City of Ranson, Ranson, WV.........  Crime Tracking/Reporting         To deploy technologies to help     435,000
                                      Initiative.                      prevent, track, and report
                                                                       criminal activities and
                                                                       emergency situations and
                                                                       create an integrated
                                                                       communications network.
City of Rochester, Rochester, NH...  Equipment for the Rochester, NH  For emergency communications       135,000
                                      Police Department.               system.
City of San Diego, San Diego, CA...  Public Safety Technology.......  To update police communications    150,000
                                                                       technology.
City of Shelbyville, Shelbyville,    Shelbyville 800 MHz Radio        For purchase of radio equipment    200,000
 IN.                                  System.                          for interoperability.
Cobb County Government, Marietta,    Cobb County Regional             To upgrade a public safety         350,000
 GA.                                  Communications                   radio operating system
                                      Interoperability Net- work.      platform.
Commerce City, Commerce City, CO...  Interoperable Communications     For interoperable                  400,000
                                      Equipment.                       communications equipment.
Cottonwood Heights Police            Crime Prevention Technology....  To acquire in-car video system     150,000
 Department, Cottonwood Heights,                                       for police cruisers and a full
 UT.                                                                   hand scanner machine.
County of Fresno, Fresno, CA.......  Regional Data Interoperability.  For an interoperable               675,000
                                                                       communitcations system.
County of Yolo, City of Woodland,    Yolo Emergency Communications    To purchase public safety        1,000,000
 CA.                                  System Improvements.             interoperable communications
                                                                       system equipment.
Dakota County, Hastings, MN........  Criminal Justice Integration     To upgrade criminal records        600,000
                                      Information Network (CJIIN)      database.
                                      Enhancements.
Delaware State Police, Dover, DE...  Safety Equipment for Delaware    To purchase police equipment       550,000
                                      State Police.                    for Delaware State Troopers.
Delaware State Police, Dover, DE...  In-Car Camera System for         To purchase and install digital    400,000
                                      Delaware State Police Patrol     in-car camera systems.
                                      Cars.
Delaware State University, Dover,    Campus Video 9-1-1 Project.....  For on-campus mobile broadband     300,000
 DE.                                                                   network for Video 9-1-1 and
                                                                       improved communication
                                                                       capabilities.
Department of Oregon State Police,   Mobile Data (MDT) System.......  To upgrade public safety           500,000
 Salem, OR.                                                            information system.
Dixie State College of Utah, St.     Cybercrime Detection and         For training in cybercrime         400,000
 George, UT.                          Computer Support Training.       detection, intervention, and
                                                                       prosecution of cybercrime.
Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office,    Countywide Simulcast Radio       To complete Phase Three of the     500,000
 Las Cruces, NM.                      Initiative.                      Countywide Simulcast Radio
                                                                       Initiative.
East Bay Regional Communications     East Bay Regional                To complete the interoperable    1,000,000
 System Authority, Dublin,  CA.       Communications System.           communications system.
Fayette County, Uniontown, PA......  Fayette County Public Safety     To upgrade emergency               200,000
                                      Equipment.                       dispatching service from
                                                                       analog technology to digital
                                                                       technology.
Gallatin County, Bozeman, MT.......  Mobile Data Improvement Program  For mobile data technology and     650,000
                                                                       equipment.
Green Bay Police Department, Green   Green Bay Police Department      To purchase an automated            75,000
 Bay, WI.                             Mobile Technology.               license plate recognition
                                                                       system and mobile
                                                                       identification terminals.
Gwinnett County Police Department,   Gwinnett County Police           For law enforcement technology     150,000
 Lawrenceville, GA.                   Department Technology            and equipment.
                                      Improvement.
Hart County Fiscal Court, Kentucky,  Hart County Law Enforcement      For computers, software and         40,000
 Munfordville, KY.                    Technology Upgrades.             technology to access a
                                                                       computerized index of criminal
                                                                       justice information.
Hennepin County, Minneapolis, MN...  Radio Consoles for Sheriff's 9-  To purchase radio consoles for     500,000
                                      1-1 Dispatch Center.             9-1-1 dispatch center.
Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office,     Digital Radio System...........  To purchase digital radio        1,500,000
 Hidalgo County, TX.                                                   systems for interoperability.
Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID...  Idaho State Police (ISP)         Forcontinued participation in      200,000
                                      Participation in Criminal        CISA Network.
                                      Information Sharing Alliance
                                      (CISA) Network.
Interagency Communications           Interagency Communications       For a regional public safety       200,000
 Interoperability System Joint        Interoperability System.         interoperable communications
 Powers Authority, City of                                             system.
 Glendale, CA.
Interoperability Montana--Local      Big Sky 11 Consortium Public     To purchase equipment for          150,000
 Gov. Association, Helena, MT.        Safety Interoperable Radio       public safety radio
                                      System Expansion.                interoperability.
Iowa State Patrol, Des Moines, IA..  Digital Video Camera/Computer    To maintain the functionality      200,000
                                      Upgrade.                         of its Video Cameras and in-
                                                                       car computer systems.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA....  Forensic Science Testing and     To support technology and        1,000,000
                                      Evaluation Laboratory.           forensic sciences for use in
                                                                       the criminal justice system.
Lackawanna County, Scranton, PA....  Public Safety Radio System       For public safety radio system     500,000
                                      Upgrade.                         upgrades.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police        Major Crime Scene Response       To equip emergency vehicle with    700,000
 Department, Las Vegas, NV.           Vehicle.                         crime scene investigation
                                                                       equipment for deployment to
                                                                       major crime incidents.
Lehigh County, Allentown, PA.......  Lehigh Valley Regional Crime     For software and system            400,000
                                      Center.                          maintenance services for the
                                                                       Lehigh Valley Regional Crime
                                                                       Center.
Madison Police Department, Madison,  Madison Police Department        To upgrade technology with a       400,000
 WI.                                  Communications Upgrade.          regional wireless network,
                                                                       speech recognition software
                                                                       and in-car video.
Milwaukee Police Department,         Milwaukee Police Department In-  To install in-squad cameras....    100,000
 Milwaukee, WI.                       Squad Cameras.
Nevada Department of Public Safety,  Nevada Statewide Computer Aided  For public safety records and      250,000
 Carson City, NV.                     Dispatch Project.                technology assessment.
North Central Wisconsin Regional     North Central Wisconsin          For organization of local          150,000
 Planning Commission, North Central   Communications System.           governments to install a
 Wisconsin, WI.                                                        communications system for
                                                                       rural counties.
North Texas Interoperable            North Texas Interoperable        For interoperable                  250,000
 Communications Coalition, Euless,    Communications Regional System   communications equipment.
 TX.                                  Upgrade.
Oglala Sioux Tribe, Pine Ridge, SD.  Emergency Response Upgrades....  To upgrade emergency response      800,000
                                                                       technologies and equipment to
                                                                       promote public safety.
Oklahoma Department of Public        Statewide Public Safety          For a communications system....    500,000
 Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.           Communications System.
Oklahoma District Attorneys          District Attorneys Security and  For technology and equipment       600,000
 Council, Oklahoma City, OK.          Technology Project.              improvements.
Pendleton County Commission,         Emergency Radio Communications.  To upgrade Pendleton County's    1,500,000
 Franklin, WV.                                                         emergency radio communications
                                                                       systems.
Philander Smith College, Little      Technology/Security              To make security upgrades......    250,000
 Rock, AR.                            Infrastructure Upgrade.
Pierce County Sheriff's Office,      Pierce County First Responders   For first responder radio        1,250,000
 Tacoma, WA.                          Radio System Infrastructure      system equipment.
                                      Project.
Prince George's County, Upper        Management Accountability        For crime predictive and data      500,000
 Marlboro, MD.                        Meeting (CompStat).              interpreting technology,
                                                                       software, and staffing.
Red Bank Police Department, Red      Red Bank Police Department       To equip a communications and      100,000
 Bank, NJ.                            Communication Center.            dispatch center.
Rockdale County Sheriff's Office,    Law Enforcement Mobile Data      For technology improvement         150,000
 Conyers, GA.                         Network.                         components to maximize law
                                                                       enforcement efforts.
Rogers County Sheriff's Office,      Mobile Deputy..................  For the purchase of laptop         100,000
 Claremore, OK.                                                        computers and equipment.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD...  Rosebud Sioux Tribe Emergency    To upgrade obsolete emergency      200,000
                                      Dispatching System.              response and 9-1-1 dispatch
                                                                       system.
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office,   Snohomish County Sheriffs        For computer-aided dispatch        200,000
 Everett, WA.                         Office Automated Information     equipment.
                                      Systems.
South Carolina Judicial Department,  South Carolina Courts Statewide  For development and                200,000
 Columbia, SC.                        Electronic Filing Initiative.    implementation of electronic
                                                                       court filing.
St. Louis County, Duluth, MN.......  St. Louis County Public Safety   For a regional law enforcement     500,000
                                      Interoperability for Law         interoperability project.
                                      Enforcement.
Sullivan County, Sullivan County,    Sullivan County Emergency        For purchase of interoperable      200,000
 IN.                                  Response System.                 radio equipment for first
                                                                       responders.
Texarkana Police Department,         Alternate Emergency Operations   For communications equipment       500,000
 Texarkana, AR.                       Center.                          system upgrades.
Town of Enfield, Enfield, CT.......  Radio Communications             For interoperability equipment     750,000
                                      Improvement Project.             upgrades.
Town of Hammonton, Hammonton, NJ...  Police Equipment Upgrades......  To upgrade police equipment to     200,000
                                                                       enhance emergency preparedness.
Township of Maplewood, Maplewood,    Maplewood Law Enforcement        To purchase a wireless network     300,000
 NJ.                                  Project.                         system to transmit voice and
                                                                       data for better police radio
                                                                       and data transmission.
Union City, New Jersey, Union City,  Union City Law Enforcement       To purchase and install video      400,000
 NJ.                                  Project.                         surveillance cameras to combat
                                                                       homicides, armed robberies and
                                                                       assaults and other crimes.
University of Arkansas at            Emergency Communications System  To make equipment upgrades to      500,000
 Monticello, Monticello, AR.                                           enable a unified emergency
                                                                       communication system.
Upper Peninsula 15 County            Upper Peninsula 15 County        To fully migrate to the 800 MHz    750,000
 Consortium, Marquette, MI.           Consortium Interoperable         statewide Michigan Public
                                      Communications.                  Safety Communication System.
Utah County Major Crimes Task        Utah Law Enforcement Technology  For communication interception     915,000
 Force, Orem, UT.                     Improvement Initiative.          capabilities and support.
Vermont Association of Chiefs of     Equipment Support for Local      To upgrade technology              100,000
 Police, South Burlington, VT.        Police Departments.              capabilities of local police
                                                                       departments across Vermont.
Vermont Department of Public         Mobile Data Project............  To improve the mobile data         500,000
 Safety, Waterbury, VT.                                                project.
Vermont Department of States         Equipment Support for Sheriffs'  To purchase in-car camera          100,000
 Attorneys and Sheriffs,              Departments.                     equipment.
 Montpelier, VT.
Vermont State Police, Waterbury, VT  Mobile Video Project...........  To upgrade equipment...........    100,000
Vineland Police Department,          Gun Detection Technology System  To purchase gun detection          375,000
 Vineland, NJ.                                                         technology.
Warrick County, Warrick County, IN.  Warrick County Interoperable     For purchase of interoperable      200,000
                                      Communications.                  radio equipment for first
                                                                       responders.
Washoe County Sheriff's Office,      Police Equipment...............  To purchase fingerprinting and     425,000
 Reno, NV.                                                             facial recognition systems.
Wayne County Prosecutor's Office,    Go Green Technology & Equipment  To upgrade computer technology     350,000
 Detroit, MI.                                                          and equipment necessary for
                                                                       office operations.
Wichita, Kansas, Police Department,  In-Car Cameras for Police        To create a new system to          600,000
 Wichita, KS.                         Vehicles.                        support mobile units.
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    Interoperable Standards.--The Committee is pleased that 
significant progress has been made in the issuance of standards 
to specify the required functionality for the Project 25 Inter-
RF-Subsystem Interface [ISSI], Console Interface, and Fixed 
Station Interface for land mobile radio systems. The Committee 
directs that funds provided to OLES for standards development 
under this section should be used to complete the remaining 
aspects of these interfaces, including conformance and 
interoperability test standards for each of the interfaces. In 
addition, funds should be used to begin the development of 
standards for emerging technologies such as VoIP applications 
for public safety operations.
    Methamphetamine Hot Spots.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $13,135,000 to State and local law enforcement 
programs to combat methamphetamine production and distribution, 
to target drug ``hot spots,'' and to remove and dispose of 
hazardous materials at clandestine methamphetamine labs. The 
Committee's recommendation does not include the traditional 
transfer to reimburse the Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA] 
for assistance to State and local law enforcement for proper 
removal and disposal of hazardous materials at clandestine 
methamphetamine labs and to initiate container programs. Those 
funds may be found within the direct appropriation for the DEA.
    COPS Hiring Program.--The Committee recommends $400,000,000 
for COPS Hiring grants to help State, local or tribal law 
enforcement agencies to create and preserve police officers and 
to increase their community policing capacity and crime 
prevention efforts. Within the funds provided, $30,000,000 is 
for the hiring or rehiring of officers who will be assigned to 
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces [ICACs]. These 
funds, combined with those provided under the Office of Justice 
Programs heading, will fully meet the level authorized for 
ICACs under the PROTECT Our Children Act of 2008.
    Child Sexual Predator Prosecution Program.--The National 
Sex Offender Public Registry and the sex offender management 
assistance program, both previously funded from this line, have 
been moved to the Office of Justice Programs, where they have 
traditionally been administered. After accounting for these 
movements, the recommended level of $18,000,000 is an increase 
of $6,000,000 over both the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
the budget request for this program. These additional funds 
should be used to assist State, tribal and local law 
enforcement in locating, arresting and prosecuting child sexual 
predators and exploiters.
    Tribal Resources.--The Committee has provided a total 
$72,000,000 in programs targeted entirely to tribal communities 
through the Tribal Resources Grant Program [TRGP]. Within the 
TRGP, $25,000,000 is provided through direct appropriations and 
$47,000,000 is provided by transfers from the COPS Hiring and 
Meth Hot Spots programs. All funds available to the TRGP can be 
used for equipment and hiring or training of tribal law 
enforcement. This will allow tribes maximum flexibility to 
respond the priorities they deem most urgent.
    The Committee provides funding for the following 
congressionally designated projects. Within the amounts 
provided for methamphetamine hot spots, the COPS program office 
shall fund the following congressionally designated projects:

                                  COPS METH CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                           Project                        Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's      Missouri Sheriff's Meth-         To combat methamphetamine......  1,700,000
 Office, Cape Girardeau, MO.          amphetamine Relief Team
                                      (MOSMART).
City of Greenville, Greenville, MS.  Greenville/Delta Regional Meth   To combat methamphetamine          100,000
                                      Enforcement Initiative.          production and trafficking,
                                                                       and enhance regional policing
                                                                       of drug hot spots.
Colorado Meth Project, Denver, CO..  ``Not Even Once'' Campaign.....  For an anti-meth campaign......    500,000
Georgia Meth Project, Atlanta, GA..  Georgia Meth Project...........  To continue the mission of the     300,000
                                                                       Georgia Meth Project.
Greene County Sheriff's Department,  Anti-Meth Activity Enforcement   To reduce methamphetamine labs     200,000
 Leakesville, MS.                     and Education Project.           and usage.
Jackson County Board of              Methamphetamine Enforcement and  To support methamphetamine         200,000
 Supervisors, Pascagoula, MS.         Clean-up in Jackson  County.     enforcement and clean-up ef-
                                                                       forts.
Jefferson County, Golden, CO.......  Methamphetamine Interdiction     To purchase equipment to           200,000
                                      and Response.                    improve meth interdiction and
                                                                       response efforts.
Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA.  National Methamphetamine         For anti-methamphetamine         1,200,000
                                      Training and Technical           training and technical
                                      Assistance Center.               assistance.
Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA.  Washington State                 To expand efforts to combat      1,000,000
                                      Methamphetamine Initiative.      methamphetamine and other
                                                                       illegal drugs.
Shawnee Regional Prevention and      Kansas Methamphetamine           To support anti-meth efforts...    250,000
 Recovery, Topeka, KS.                Prevention Project.
Sioux City Police Department, Sioux  National Training Center.......  For meth and narcotics             200,000
 City, IA.                                                             investigation training.
South Coast Interagency Narcotics    South Coast Interagency          To combat illegal narcotic         350,000
 Team, Coquille, OR.                  Narcotics Team (SCINT).          activities by hiring
                                                                       additional detectives to
                                                                       Narcotics Team.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation,   Tennessee Meth Task Force......  To support anti-meth efforts...  1,435,000
 Nashville, TN.
Virginia State Police, Wytheville,   Southwest Virginia Drug Task     To support Task Forces in          500,000
 VA.                                  Force Assistance.                efforts to stop
                                                                       methamphetamine and drug-
                                                                       related crimes.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

               General Provisions--Department of Justice

    The Committee recommends the following general provisions:
    Section 201 limits the amount of funding the Attorney 
General can use for official reception and representation.
    Section 202 prohibits the use of funds in this title to pay 
for an abortion except where the life of the mother would be in 
danger.
    Section 203 prohibits the use of funds in this title to 
require a person to perform or facilitate an abortion.
    Section 204 requires female prisoners to be escorted when 
off prison grounds.
    Section 205 allows the Department of Justice, subject to 
the Committee's reprogramming procedures, to transfer up to 5 
percent between appropriations, but limits to 10 percent the 
amount that can be transferred into any one appropriation. The 
provision also prohibits transfers of funds from the Bureau of 
Prisons Buildings and Facilities account unless the President 
certifies that such a transfer is necessary to the national 
security interests of the United States and also subjects any 
such transfers to section 505 of this act.
    Section 206 authorizes the Attorney General to extend a 
personnel management demonstration project.
    Section 207 provides authority for the Bureau of Alcohol, 
Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to use confiscated funds 
during undercover operations.
    Section 208 limits the placement of maximum or high 
security prisoners to appropriately secure facilities.
    Section 209 restricts Federal prisoner access to certain 
amenities.
    Section 210 requires review by the Deputy Attorney General 
and the Department's Investigative Review Board prior to the 
obligation or expenditure of funds for major technology 
projects.
    Section 211 requires the Department to follow reprogramming 
procedures prior to any deviation from the program amounts 
specified in this title or the reuse of specified deobligated 
funds provided in previous years.
    Section 212 prohibits the use of funds to plan for, begin, 
continue, finish, process, or approve a public-private 
competition under OMB Circular A-76 for work performed by 
employees of the Bureau of Prisons or of the Federal Prison 
Industries, Incorporated.
    Section 213 prohibits U.S. Attorneys from simultaneously 
holding multiple jobs outside of the scope of a U.S. Attorney's 
professional duties.
    Section 214 requires the Government Accountability Office 
to certify the FBI is using a performance management baseline 
that complies with OMB standards.
    Section 215 permits up to 3 percent of grant and 
reimbursement program funds made available to the Office of 
Justice Programs to be used for training and technical 
assistance, and permits up to 3 percent of grant and 
reimbursement program funds made available to that office to be 
transferred to the National Institute of Justice or the Bureau 
of Justice Statistics for criminal justice research and 
statistics.
    Section 216 gives the Attorney General the authority to 
waive matching requirements for Second Chance Act adult and 
juvenile reentry demonstration projects.
    Section 217 permits the use of appropriated funds for 
travel and healthcare of personnel serving abroad.
    Section 218 makes certain Alaska Native Tribes are eligible 
for Department of Justice funding.

                               TITLE III

                                SCIENCE

                   EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

                Office of Science and Technology Policy

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $7,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       6,990,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,990,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $6,990,000. The 
recommendation is $10,000 below the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and equal to the budget request.
    The Office of Science and Technology Policy [OSTP] was 
created by the National Science and Technology Policy, 
Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 (Public Law 94-282) 
and coordinates science and technology policy for the White 
House. OSTP provides scientific and technological information, 
analysis, and advice for the President and for the executive 
branch; participates in formulation, coordination, and 
implementation of national and international policies and 
programs that involve science and technology; maintains and 
promotes the health and vitality of the U.S. science and 
technology infrastructure; reviews and analyzes, with the 
Office of Management and Budget, the research and development 
budgets for all Federal agencies; and coordinates research and 
development efforts of the Federal Government to maximize the 
return on the public's investment in science and technology and 
to ensure Federal resources are used efficiently and 
appropriately.
    Scientific Integrity.--On March 9, 2009, the President 
issued a memorandum that articulated the administration's 
commitment to scientific integrity. The document called upon 
the OSTP Director to ``develop recommendations for Presidential 
action designed to guarantee scientific integrity throughout 
the executive branch'' within 120 days. More than 1 year after 
that deadline, those recommendations have not been issued. As a 
result, some departments and agencies have held off issuing new 
scientific communication guidelines while awaiting guidance 
from OSTP. Within 60 days of the enactment of this act, the 
Director shall issue the recommendations called for in the 
March 9, 2009, memorandum. If the Director cannot issue the 
recommendations by that date, OSTP shall report to the 
Committee articulating the reasons for not issuing the 
recommendations, along with the estimated date of completion.
    Dispersants.--While chemical dispersants are a standard 
tool for cleaning up oil spills and protecting coastlines and 
estuaries from the impacts of thick crude oil, too little 
scientific research has been done to understand these 
chemicals. In the Deepwater Horizon incident, dispersants have 
been used in unprecedented quantities and in novel ways. 
Scientists, and the American public, do not know what the 
impact will be on fish, turtles, and mammals that live in the 
ocean; ocean, coastal and estuarine habitats; or human health. 
The OSTP Director shall within 30 days of enactment of this act 
to submit to the Committee a research plan for the most urgent 
research questions regarding dispersants, along with a near-
term plan for funding that research. Within 180 days of 
enactment, the Director shall outline a comprehensive research 
plan, building on the National Academies' report ``Oil Spill 
Dispersants, Efficacy and Effects,'' to better understand 
dispersants and their impact, along with an appropriate funding 
strategy.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Appropriations, 2010.................................... $18,724,300,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................  19,000,000,000
Committee recommendation................................  19,000,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $19,000,000,000 for 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA]. The 
recommendation is $275,700,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration was 
established by the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 
(Public Law 85-568) to conduct space and aeronautical research 
and development and to conduct flight activities for peaceful 
purposes. NASA's unique mission of exploration, discovery, and 
innovation is intended to preserve the United States' role as 
both a leader in world aviation and as the pre-eminent space-
faring nation. It is NASA's mission to: advance human 
exploration, use, and development of space; advance and 
communicate scientific knowledge and understanding of the 
Earth, the solar system and the universe; and research, 
develop, verify, and transfer advanced aeronautics and space 
technologies.
    During July 2009, the Nation marked the 40th anniversary of 
the Apollo Moon landing. Since that time, many have debated the 
future of NASA's human spaceflight program. The Review of U.S. 
Human Spaceflight Plans Committee, better known as the 
Augustine Committee, reported that the plans for future human 
spaceflight were untenable. The administration's budget request 
offered a vision for human spaceflight that relied on 
commercial providers in the near term and invested now in 
technology development before making major investments in 
building the next generation of human spaceflight vehicles.
    The Committee's recommendations focus on investments that 
rebalance the space program. The Committee supports major 
investments in science that help us understand and save our 
planet and explore our universe, in aeronautics research that 
makes air travel here on Earth safer and keeps America 
competitive, and in extending the International Space Station 
[ISS] so we can utilize the lab we built.
    From the outset, this Committee has sought a human 
spaceflight program that the President, the Congress, and the 
American people can support. The Committee believes that the 
restructured program called for in this act should be 
sustainable from one administration to the next. The United 
States cannot reinvent its space program every 4 years.
    The Committee believes this bill represents a solid 
compromise for human spaceflight that reaches beyond low Earth 
orbit with affordable vehicles; makes key investments in the 
burgeoning commercial launch industry that is already poised to 
bring cargo to the ISS; before the Shuttle is retired in 2011, 
authorizes one additional Shuttle flight, if determined to be 
safe, to preposition supplies at the ISS; and revitalizes NASA 
technology programs. The Committee invests in a new heavy lift 
rocket to be built by 2017, along with the Orion capsule to 
carry astronauts, so NASA can again send humans on new journeys 
of discovery.
    The bill conforms to the Committee's guiding principles for 
NASA, placing the highest priority on astronaut safety, keeping 
mission destination in focus, balancing the space program, 
using human space flight for scientific discovery, easing 
workforce transition, and protecting taxpayers by serving as 
good stewards of public resources.
    NASA's acquisition management remains on the Government 
Accountability Office's [GAO] ``high risk'' list. The Agency is 
celebrating its 20th year on that list, in such company as 
Medicare, Department of Defense Weapons Systems acquisition, 
and enforcement of tax laws. In its most recent assessment of 
major NASA projects GAO found 9 of 10 projects in the 
implementation phase had both exceeded their planned budgets by 
more than 8 percent and delayed their launch date by more than 
8 months. The largest budget increase was a 68 percent cost 
increase with a corresponding schedule slip of 25 months over a 
baseline established in fiscal year 2008.
    While GAO reports that NASA is making progress in 
strengthening financial management, including better cost 
estimates and higher standards of accountability for 
contractors, it is imperative that NASA do a better job of 
managing these large projects. More than 80 percent of NASA's 
funding--a staggering $16,000,000,000 for fiscal year 2011--is 
awarded by contract.
    On July 13, 2010, the National Research Council released a 
report ``Controlling Cost Growth of NASA Earth and Space 
Science Missions.'' The recommendations of that report could be 
applied throughout NASA, particularly the need for cost realism 
through independent cost assessment and incentivizing not only 
technical but also cost and schedule performance.
    The Committee directs NASA to report, within 60 days of 
enactment of this act, on any outstanding GAO or Inspector 
General recommendations to improve NASA's financial management, 
the date those recommendations were issued, an expected date 
for implementing those recommendations, and a thorough 
explanation of the reasons those recommendations have not been 
implemented. Special attention should be paid to any 
recommendations that have the potential to get NASA's 
acquisition management off of the GAO high risk list or to make 
NASA's financial statements able to be qualified by independent 
accountants. Within 180 days of enactment, NASA shall report to 
the Committee on any efforts taken to reform its acquisition 
practices to improve cost estimating, improve technical 
readiness before preliminary design review, better evaluate and 
reward contractor cost and schedule performance, and ensure 
sound business practices govern contracting, particularly for 
large contracts.
    The Committee has chosen to articulate the funding levels 
of programs within the account structure for NASA in the form 
of tables. Major mission and program funding is listed within 
the tables and, if necessary, supplemented with explanatory 
report language.

                                SCIENCE

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $4,469,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   5,005,600,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,005,600,000

    The Science account encompasses four lines of study: Earth 
Science, Planetary Science, Heliophysics, and Astrophysics. 
This funding seeks to answer fundamental questions concerning 
the ways in which Earth's climate is changing; the comparison 
of Earth with other planets in the solar system and around 
other stars; the connections between the Sun and Earth; and the 
origin and evolution of planetary systems, the galaxy, and the 
universe, including the origin and distribution of life in the 
universe. These objectives are achieved through robotic flight 
missions, ground-based scientific research and data analysis, 
and the development of new technologies for future missions.

                                 SCIENCE
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Earth Science:
    Earth Science Research............................          438,100
        Earth Science Research and Analysis...........          324,600
        Computing and Management......................          113,500
    Earth Systematic Missions.........................          809,300
        Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM)........          128,800
        Glory Mission.................................           21,900
        Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM)........          156,800
        NPOESS Preparatory Project (NPP)..............           64,400
        Ice, Cloud, and Land Elevation Satellite                 68,500
         (IceSat-2)...................................
        Soil Moisture Active and Passive (SMAP).......           82,500
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............          286,500
    Earth System Science Pathfinder...................          303,800
        Aquarius......................................           17,000
        OCO-2.........................................          171,000
        Venture Class Missions........................           79,500
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           36,200
    Earth Science Multi-Mission Operations............          161,200
    Earth Science Technology..........................           52,800
    Applied Sciences Pathways.........................           36,600
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Earth Science.........................        1,801,800
                                                       =================
Planetary Science:
    Planetary Science Research........................          180,400
        Planetary Science Research and Analysis.......          131,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           23,900
        Education and Directorate Management..........            5,100
        Near Earth Object Observations................           20,300
    Lunar Quest Program...............................          136,600
        Lunar Science.................................           74,700
        Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer           57,900
        International Lunar Network...................            4,000
    Discovery.........................................          202,000
        Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory                104,800
         (GRAIL)......................................
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           97,200
    New Frontiers.....................................          223,800
        Juno..........................................          184,200
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           39,600
    Mars Exploration..................................          532,800
        2009 Mars Science Lab.........................          231,600
        MAVEN.........................................          161,200
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............          140,000
    Outer Planets.....................................          103,500
    Technology........................................          106,500
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Planetary Science.....................        1,485,700
                                                       =================
Astrophysics:
    Astrophysics Research.............................          155,500
        Astrophysics Research and Analysis............           60,000
        Balloon Project...............................           27,100
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           68,300
    Cosmic Origins....................................          687,100
        Hubble Space Telescope (HST)..................          102,700
        James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).............          444,800
        Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared                   79,600
         Astronomy (SOFIA)............................
        Other Missions And Data Analysis..............           60,000
    Physics of the Cosmos.............................          102,300
    Exoplanet Exploration.............................           42,200
    Astrophysics Explorer.............................           89,200
        Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuStar)           32,100
        Gravity and Extreme Magnetism.................           21,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           36,100
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Astrophysics..........................        1,076,300
                                                       =================
Heliophysics:
    Heliophysics Research.............................          165,200
        Heliophysics Research and Analysis............           30,700
        Sounding Rockets..............................           48,900
        Research Range................................           19,600
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           66,000
    Living with a Star................................          213,600
        Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP)............          140,000
        Solar Probe Plus..............................           14,100
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           59,500
    Solar Terrestrial Probes..........................          162,800
        Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS)...............          143,800
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           19,000
    Heliophysics Explorer Program.....................          100,200
        IRIS..........................................           69,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           31,200
    New Millennium....................................              100
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Heliophysics..........................          641,900
                                                       =================
      Total, Science..................................        5,005,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Earth Science Decadal Survey Missions.--The Committee 
supports the ongoing development of the Tier I Earth Science 
missions, and provides the full budget requests for the Soil 
Moisture Active and Passive [SMAP], the Ice, Cloud, and Land 
Elevation Satellite (IceSat-2), the Climate Absolute Radiance 
and Refractivity Observatory [CLARREO], and the Deformation, 
Ecosystem Structure, and Dynamics of the Ice [DESDnyl] 
missions. The National Academies recommended flying a suite of 
these four missions concurrently to gather critical information 
about the Earth and its climate.
    IceBridge.--The Committee provides $5,000,000 within funds 
provided to the Earth Science Program Office to enable 
instrument development work to continue making high resolution 
measurements of polar sea ice and glaciers during the gap 
between IceSat-1 and IceSat-2. The Committee encourages NASA to 
use unmanned aerial vehicles for this mission and to use this 
funding to seek competitive proposals to improve IceBridge 
instruments for use on UAVs.
    Carbon Monitoring.--The Committee recommends $10,000,000 
from within available funds to continue the development of a 
carbon monitoring system initially funded in fiscal year 2010.
    SERVIR.--The Committee directs NASA to move forward, as 
requested in the fiscal year 2011 budget request, to expand the 
SERVIR network within the Applied Sciences Program and to 
enhance its scientific capabilities across a broader set of 
NASA Earth science products and its service as a testbed for 
innovative applications.
    Explorer Program.--The Committee provides an additional 
$5,000,000 for the Explorer Program to ensure that current and 
future announcements of opportunity can support two stand alone 
missions, one in astrophysics and one in heliophysics.
    Solar Sentinels.--Within available funds, the Committee 
provides an additional $500,000 to fund a pre-phase A cost and 
feasibility study for the Solar Sentinels program.
    Heliophysics.--Within funds provided to advance scientific 
knowledge of the Sun's impact on the Earth, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirement of $143,800,000 for the 
Magnetospheric Multiscale mission. The Committee encourages 
NASA to provide necessary budget resources in fiscal year 2012 
for MMS to achieve a launch in 2014 with the full complement of 
instruments and both orbit phases.
    The funds provided also include $14,100,000 for the Solar 
Probe Plus mission. The Committee notes that the Solar Probe 
Plus mission is the highest priority recommendation of the 
National Academies' heliophysics decadal report, and therefore 
directs the Agency to work to achieve a launch no later than 
2015.
    Within funds provided for sounding rockets operations, 
$5,000,000 is provided to continue advanced technology 
development of small satellites and unmanned aerial systems 
[UAS] that have the potential of lowering the costs of space 
and Earth science missions.
    The Committee notes that suborbital science missions 
provide important hands-on experience for science, technology, 
engineering, and mathematics [STEM] undergraduate and graduate 
students, and directs NASA to increase their participation in 
these missions.
    Planetary Science.--Within funds provided to advance 
scientific knowledge of our solar system, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirement of $532,800,000 for the 
Mars rovers and related science.
    International Lunar Network.--The Committee is concerned 
that NASA continues to delay work on the International Lunar 
Network [ILN]. In previous years, attempts have been made to 
make funding contingent on a report that is focused on human 
space flight, and now NASA is tying an already approved and 
funded mission's future to an upcoming decadal survey. The 
scientific merits of a mission using a lander rather than an 
orbiting vehicle were highlighted by the National Research 
Council in its report, ``The Scientific Context for Exploration 
of the Moon.'' Since the mission selection by NASA in 2005, 
there has been inconsistent support, without legitimate 
justification, for such treatment for this mission. Given the 
growing amount of discoveries on the Moon that justify a lander 
mission, the Committee directs NASA to immediately move forward 
with this mission to take advantage of the availability of ILN.
    Astrophysics.--Within funds provided to advance scientific 
knowledge of the origins of the universe, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirements of $102,700,000 for the 
Hubble Space Telescope and $444,800,000 for the James Webb 
Space Telescope [JWST].
    The Committee is disturbed by ongoing cost overruns in JWST 
and eagerly awaits the results of the Administrator's 
independent evaluation to get this important project back on 
track.
    The Committee notes that the budget request did not include 
funding for the Joint Dark Energy Mission [JDEM], pending the 
results of the National Research Council's pending decadal 
survey on astrophysics. If JDEM emerges as a high priority, the 
Committee expects to see a robust request in fiscal year 2012 
to support this mission to understand the nature and behavior 
of dark energy.

             AERONAUTICS AND SPACE RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $501,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   1,151,800,000
Committee recommendation................................     904,600,000

    The Aeronautics account funds research in key areas related 
to the development of advanced aircraft technologies and 
systems, including those related to aircraft safety, 
environmental compatibility, and fuel efficiency; and research 
that supports the Next Generation Air Transportation System in 
partnership with the Joint Planning and Development Office.
    The Space Research and Technology Program builds on NASA's 
current Innovative Partnership Program to fund basic research 
that can advance multi-purpose technologies that can enable new 
approaches to NASA's current missions. It includes NASA's Small 
Business Innovative Research and Small Business Technology 
Transfer programs.

                               AERONAUTICS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Aeronautics:
    Aviation Safety....................................           79,300
    Airspace Systems...................................           82,200
    Fundamental Aeronautics............................          228,500
    Aeronautics Test...................................           76,400
    Integrated Systems Research........................          113,100
                                                        ----------------
      Subtotal, Aeronautics............................          579,600
                                                        ================
Space Technology:
    Early Stage Innovation.............................          193,000
        Space Technology Research Grants...............           20,000
        NIAC Phase I and Phase II......................            2,000
        Center Innovations Fund........................           10,400
        SBIR/STTR......................................          160,600
    Game Changing Technology...........................           53,000
        Game-Changing Developments.....................           50,000
        Small Satellite Subsystem Technologies.........            3,000
    Crosscutting Capability Demonstrations.............           64,000
        Technology Demonstration Missions..............           42,000
        Edison Small Satellite Demonstration Missions..            5,000
        Flight Opportunities...........................           17,000
    Partnership Development and Strategic Integration..           15,000
                                                        ----------------
      Subtotal, Space Technology.......................          325,000
                                                        ================
      Total, Aeronautics and Space Technology..........          904,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee is committed to the research NASA conducts in 
aeronautics, and to the benefits, both in terms of safety and 
economics, that will be made available to the public through 
NASA-led research.
    Green Aviation Project.--The Committee provides the full 
request of $83,100,000 for this activity for research to reduce 
fuel use, noise, and emissions from aircraft, including 
partnerships modeled on other successful aeronautics 
partnerships and testing of technologies through technology 
readiness level 6.
    Aviation Safety.--The Committee includes the request of 
$79,300,000 for aviation safety. NASA should examine expediting 
standards for technologies such as positive link control and 
other systems to allow uninterrupted connectivity to unmanned 
aircraft systems [UAS] that could enable safe integration of 
UAS into the National Airspace System.
    NASA Unmanned Aircraft Systems University Affiliated 
Research Center.--The Committee is alarmed at the total 
disregard of the Agency to follow congressional intent. The 
fiscal year 2010 appropriations bill provided funds and clearly 
directed NASA to establish a University Affiliated Research 
Center [UARC] in collaboration with the Dryden National Flight 
Center to focus on unmanned aircraft systems remote sensing 
research applications and educational programs. The NASA spend 
plan for this funding in no way reflects the mandate of 
Congress. The Committee directs NASA to suspend all plans for 
this funding until a full and complete explanation is provided 
and approved by the Committee.

                              EXPLORATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $3,746,300,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   4,263,400,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,912,000,000

    The Exploration account funds the capabilities required to 
develop, demonstrate, and deploy the transportation, life 
support, and surface systems that will enable sustained human 
presence throughout the solar system, including at the Space 
Station, in low Earth orbit and beyond low Earth orbit.
    The request proposed a restructuring of this account to 
emphasize technology development and commercial space 
transportation. The Committee shares the administration's 
enthusiasm for new acquisition models intended to keep the cost 
of space access low and for investments in new technologies 
that can radically reduce the cost of human transportation to 
and in space.
    The Committee also believes that the Nation deserves a 
robust human space flight program. The Space Shuttle will 
retire in fiscal year 2011. The United States needs to start 
now building a lower cost, more sustainable space 
transportation system that can take humans beyond low Earth 
orbit.
    One of the greatest successes of the International Space 
Station has been a true partnership between the United States 
and other space faring nations to live and work in space. For 
our next stage of space exploration, the United States will 
need to engage its partners to have a truly robust and 
successful program. With the funds provided here, the United 
States will be able to contribute heavy lift launch technology, 
including the capability to launch humans beyond low Earth 
orbit, to that effort. Within 180 days of the enactment of this 
act NASA shall report to the Committee a set of scientific and 
exploration goals, including mission destinations, for 
utilizing the new space transportation system funded within 
this account, including any plans for collaboration with 
international partners.
    The Committee recognizes that anticipated research, design, 
and construction, within all elements of the Exploration 
account, will continue to be needed for a successful 
exploration program. Therefore the Committee supports the 
following at the requested levels, $30,000,000 for the B-2 test 
facility, $12,000,000 for design and long lead items for the E-
Complex at Stennis Space Center, and $64,400,000 for research, 
development, and continued construction of the A-3 Rocket 
Propulsion Test Facility of which $25,000,000 shall be for 
research and development.

                               EXPLORATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Exploration Research and Development:
    Technology Demonstration..........................          150,000
    Robotic Precursor Missions........................           45,000
    Human Research....................................          155,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Exploration Research and Development..          350,000
                                                       =================
Commercial Spaceflight:
    COTS Cargo........................................          312,000
    Commercial Crew...................................          250,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Commercial Spaceflight................          562,000
                                                       =================
Exploration Systems:
    Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle....................        1,100,000
    Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle.........................        1,900,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Exploration Systems...................        3,000,000
                                                       =================
      Total, Exploration..............................        3,912,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle.--The Committee provides 
$1,900,000,000 to begin building an integrated heavy lift 
launch vehicle system. The system shall enable human 
transportation at the highest possible safety standards and 
lowest life cycle costs for beyond low Earth orbit and shall be 
designed, managed, and integrated by the Marshall Space Flight 
Center. This funding shall be part of a sustained, evolvable 
effort around a common core to culminate in an initial human 
capability by 2016. The system shall be evolvable to lift the 
necessary elements for missions beyond low Earth orbit in order 
to extend human exploration capabilities. The program shall be 
managed under a strict cost cap of $11,500,000,000 through 
fiscal year 2017. Within 60 days of enactment, NASA shall 
report to the committee on planned milestones, expected 
performance of the low Earth orbit and beyond low Earth orbit 
configurations, planned ground and early flight testing 
programs and deliverables for the heavy lift launch vehicle 
program, along with any existing contract vehicles the Agency 
intends to use for this purpose. As part of this report, NASA 
shall evaluate the preceding cost cap and validate the cap or 
provide a viable and validated alternative.
    Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle.--The Committee provides 
$1,100,000,000 for an Orion crew exploration vehicle that will 
enable human transportation beyond low Earth orbit. The vehicle 
shall be capable of being launched on the heavy lift launch 
vehicle and may also provide alternative access to low Earth 
orbit, including the International Space Station by fiscal year 
2014. The program shall be managed under a strict cost cap of 
$5,500,000,000 through fiscal year 2017. Within 60 days of 
enactment, NASA shall report to the Committee on planned 
milestones, expected performance and configurations, planned 
testing program, and deliverables for the crew exploration 
vehicle program, along with any suggestions for streamlining 
oversight. As part of this report, NASA shall evaluate the 
preceeding cost cap and validate the cap or provide a viable 
and validated alternative.
    Commercial Crew.--The Committee has provided $250,000,000 
for commercial crew activities. This funding shall be available 
to continue and competitively expand the number of participants 
and the activities of the Commercial Crew Development [CCDEV] 
program in order to reduce risk, develop technologies, and lead 
to other advancements that will help determine most effective 
and efficient means of advancing the development of commercial 
crew services.
    Currently, NASA lacks one consolidated set of requirements 
for crew safety. Within this funding, NASA shall develop and 
make available to the public detailed human rating processes 
and requirements to guide the design of all crew transportation 
capabilities. These requirements shall be at least equivalent 
to proven requirements for crew transportation currently in 
use, as well as any relevant recommendations of the Columbia 
Accident Investigation Board, and should apply to all NASA-
funded vehicles that carry humans, both commercial and 
Government-owned.
    The Committee is pleased by NASA's commitment to hold 
commercially developed launch vehicles to be used to carry out 
NASA missions to the same safety standards as Government-
developed launch vehicles. The Committee encourages NASA to 
develop plans to fully utilize NASA-owned rocket testing 
infrastructure for commercially developed launch vehicles to 
ensure that these vehicles are tested in the same manner as 
Government-developed launch vehicles.
    Commercial Orbital Transportation Services [COTS] Cargo.--
The Committee continues its support for ensuring the continued 
viability and productivity of the International Space Station 
through its extended service life by funding commercial cargo 
transportation development. The full request of $312,000,000 is 
provided to support the existing COTS cargo program, aimed at 
enabling the commercial space industry in support of NASA to 
develop reliable means of launching cargo and supplies to the 
International Space Station throughout the duration of the 
facilities' operation. To improve the prospects for COTS 
program success and reduce schedule, technical, and 
programmatic risk associated with an operational cargo service 
program, within these funds NASA should prioritize projects to 
support additional flight testing, accelerate development of 
enhanced cargo carrying capability, including pressurized 
downmass, and develop needed ground infrastructure not 
otherwise supported within funds provided for within Space 
Operations.
    International Space Station as a National Laboratory.--This 
Committee has consistently supported the construction and 
operation of the International Space Station [ISS] on the 
promise that it would support world class science that could 
improve life on Earth. For example, experiments on the ISS may 
yield a vaccine for salmonella, a food borne illness that 
sickens 40,000 and kills 600 in the United States annually. The 
Committee directs that no less than $48,500,000 of the funding 
for the Human Research Program be used to fund research on the 
ISS. In order for the ISS to truly function as a national lab, 
it will need a robust research funding and the capability to 
transport and carry out scientific experiments in the lab.
    Technology Demonstration.--The Committee provides 
$150,000,000 to conduct technology demonstration programs, of 
which at least $27,000,000 shall be used to begin the Flagship 
1 program.
    Robotic Precursor Program.--The Committee agrees with the 
proposed location of the Exploration Robotic Precursor Program 
at Marshall Space Flight Center to build upon the work done 
through the Lunar Precursor Robotic program. This proposed 
office will manage robotic precursor missions to the Lagrange 
points, nearby asteroids, Moon, Mars and its moons, and 
identify the hazards and resources that will determine the 
future course of human exploration into space. To best utilize 
existing talent and leverage resources of NASA's various 
robotic precursor missions, NASA shall consolidate management 
of all elements of the robotic precursor program which shall be 
funded at $45,000,000.

                            SPACE OPERATIONS

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $6,146,800,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   4,887,700,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,533,400,000

    The Space Operations account funds the Space Shuttle, the 
International Space Station, and the supporting functions 
required to conduct operations in space. The Space Shuttle has 
been the workhorse for human spaceflight for nearly 30 years. 
The International Space Station is a complex of research 
laboratories in low Earth orbit in which American, Russian, 
Canadian, European, and Japanese astronauts are conducting 
unique scientific and technological investigations in a 
microgravity environment.

                            SPACE OPERATIONS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
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Space Shuttle Program:
    Program Integration...............................          284,800
    Flight and Ground Operations......................          373,200
    Flight Hardware...................................          331,100
    Additional Shuttle Flight.........................          620,600
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Space Shuttle Program.................        1,609,700
                                                       =================
International Space Station:
    ISS Operations....................................        1,923,000
    ISS Cargo Crew Services...........................          856,800
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, International Space Station...........        2,779,800
                                                       =================
Space and Flight Support:
    21st Century Space Launch Complex.................          453,600
    Space Communications and Navigation...............          452,900
        Space Communications Networks.................          371,200
        Space Communications Support..................           62,600
        TDRS Replenishment............................           19,000
    Human Space Flight Operations.....................          114,400
    Launch Services...................................           78,900
    Rocket Propulsion Test............................           44,300
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Space and Flight Support..............        1,144,000
                                                       =================
      Total, Space Operations.........................        5,533,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Satellite Servicing.--Within the amounts provided, 
$75,000,000 shall be to continue efforts to use the next 
generation of human space flight architecture to service 
existing and future on-orbit observatory-class scientific 
spacecraft, as well as spacecraft owned by the Department of 
Defense and other Government agencies. The activities to be 
undertaken shall be a joint project of the space operations, 
science, and exploration mission directorates and shall include 
technology demonstrations for both robotic and human servicing.
    Additional Shuttle Flight.--The Committee provides 
$620,600,000 for an additional shuttle logistics flight to the 
International Space Station. This funding shall only be 
available provided that the Administrator certifies to the 
Committee that the flight will be at least as safe as the 
remaining flights on the shuttle manifest dated February 28, 
2010, that the intended mission is in the national interest, 
and that it is worth the risks to be incurred. In making this 
certification, the Administrator shall rely on any assessments 
of the NASA Engineering and Safety Center evaluating crew 
safety and alternative means of return, along with the advice 
of the Aerospace Safety Advisory Panel.
    International Space Station.--The Committee has provided 
the full amount of $2,779,800,000 for the International Space 
Station Program which includes ISS Operations and ISS Cargo 
Crew Services. The Committee fully supports the 
administration's plan to extend ISS research and operations 
through 2020. Due to the pending retirement of the Space 
Shuttle, commercial cargo transportation of experiments and 
logistics is essential to ensuring that ISS can function as a 
national laboratory.
    21st Century Launch Complex.--The Committee provides 
$453,600,000 for the 21st Century Launch Complex. This program 
is intended to revitalize the aging infrastructure at the 
Kennedy Space Center. NASA should place a priority on the use 
of funds to improve NASA-owned facilities for launch vehicles 
intended to serve NASA missions, including the heavy lift 
launch vehicle system. Additional funding of $25,000,000 above 
the request for the 21st Century Launch Complex shall be used 
at other NASA flight facilities that are currently scheduled to 
launch cargo to the International Space Station under the COTS 
program, to improve the launch infrastructure to improve 
efficiency and safety. NASA shall provide the Committee a 5-
year plan for this funding within 60 days of the date of 
enactment of this act.
    Space Operations.--The Committee notes that NASA has 
consulted with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory [NRAO] 
about utilizing the Very Long Baseline Array [VLBA] and other 
NRAO facilities to meet NASA program requirements. NASA may use 
up to $3,000,000 to maximize the dual use of the VLBA and other 
NRAO national scientific assets for astronomy and NASA 
spacecraft tracking and spacecraft telemetry.
    Authority To Transfer.--Of the amounts provided within 
Space Operations, up to $50,000,000 may be transferred to the 
Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration, 
and up to $15,000,000 may be transferred to the Department of 
Labor. These funds shall be used to ease workforce transition 
throughout the Nation due to realignment of the human space 
flight program and the retirement of the Space Shuttle.

                               EDUCATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $182,500,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     145,800,000
Committee recommendation................................     145,800,000

    The Committee provides $145,800,000 for Education, which is 
$36,700,000 below the fiscal year 2010 level and equal to the 
President's request. The Education account funds science, 
technology, engineering, and mathematics education activities 
to educate and inspire our next generation of explorers and 
innovators.
    In addition to funds provided within the Education account, 
each mission directorate utilizes funding for education 
activities. However, NASA has been unable to provide an 
adequate, full accounting of those activities Agency-wide, 
therefore it is impossible for the Committee to know the extent 
and value of the Agency's science, technology, engineering, and 
mathematics [STEM] education efforts. The Committee therefore 
directs NASA to include in its annual budget justifications the 
amount within each mission directorate that will be expended 
for education activities and the specific purposes for which 
those funds will be expended.
    Space Grant Program.--The Committee provides the full 
budget request of $27,700,000 for the Space Grant program and 
encourages NASA to work to achieve greater participation of 
underserved students.
    Classroom of the Future.--The Committee has provided the 
full budget request of $1,000,000 for the Classroom of the 
Future, which focuses on educational research, curriculum 
design, teacher development and educational outreach in the 
STEM disciplines.
    Museums, Science Centers, and Planetariums.--The Committee 
recommends $7,500,000 for a competitive grant program as 
authorized by section 616 of Public Law 109-155.
    Educational Activities at NASA Centers.--The Committee 
provides $15,000,000 for the development of educational 
activities at NASA's centers and directs NASA to distribute 
this amount in equal amounts to each center's official visitor 
center for the development of STEM educational activities, 
including exhibits, without assessing any administrative 
changes.
    Informal Education.--A report by the National Academy of 
Sciences, ``Learning Science in Informal Settings,'' found 
evidence that nonschool science programs involving exhibits, 
media projects, emerging learning technologies, and other 
informal education programs increase students' interest in STEM 
education. The Committee strongly supports informal science 
education at NASA and encourages NASA to increase support for 
these activities.

                          CROSS-AGENCY SUPPORT

Appropriations, 2010....................................  $3,194,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   3,111,400,000
Committee recommendation\1\.............................   3,079,300,000

\1\Includes $3,492,000 for acquisition workforce capacity and 
capabilities contained in administrative provisions for NASA.

    The Cross-Agency Support account funds Agency management, 
including headquarters and each of the nine NASA field centers, 
as well as the design and execution of non-programmatic 
Construction of Facilities and Environmental Compliance and 
Restoration activities.

                          CROSS-AGENCY SUPPORT
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Center Management and Operations.......................        2,270,200
    Center Institutional Capabilities..................        1,776,100
    Center Programmatic Capabilities...................          494,000
Agency Management and Operations.......................          809,200
    Agency Management..................................          400,000
    Safety and Mission Success.........................          201,600
        Safety and Mission Assurance...................           49,000
        Chief Engineer.................................          103,600
        Chief Health and Medical Officer...............            4,100
        Independent Verification and Validation........           45,000
    Agency IT Services.................................          177,800
        IT Management..................................           16,100
        Applications...................................           79,100
        Infrastructure.................................           82,600
    Strategic Capabilities Assets Program..............           29,800
        Simulators.....................................           11,700
        Thermal Vacuum Chambers........................            8,400
        Arc Jets.......................................            9,700
Congressionally Directed Items.........................           45,725
General Reduction......................................           45,725
                                                        ----------------
      Total, Cross-Agency Support......................        3,079,300
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Chief Engineer.--The Committee provides the full budget 
request for activities of NASA's Chief Engineer to increase 
direct technical support to high risk aspects of NASA's 
missions in order to improve mission success, cost containment, 
and schedule performance across all mission directorates. These 
activities are critical to addressing Agency weaknesses 
described in the Government Accountability Office's [GAO] high 
risk report regarding NASA's acquisition management.
    Independent Verification and Validation [IV&V] Program.-- 
Within the amounts provided for cross-agency support, the 
Committee recommends the full budget request of $45,000,000 for 
NASA's IV&V Program.
    Technical Civil Service Workforce.--The Committee remains 
concerned that NASA's full cost accounting structure does not 
provide a transparent view of the funding requirements for the 
Agency's civil service work force because funding for personnel 
is contained within the NASA programs. The Committee supports 
the establishment, at the beginning of fiscal year 2011 of a 
consolidated Civil Service Labor and Expenses theme under the 
Cross-Agency Support appropriations account as proposed by 
NASA. However, the Committee recommends significant program and 
funding changes from the request and therefore had insufficient 
information to correctly account for civil service labor and 
expenses costs. Therefore, the Committee requests that NASA 
provide an accounting to the Committee for civil service labor 
and expenses consistent with this report by no later than 
August 15, 2010.
    Employee Performance Communications System [ECPS].--The 
EPCS is a five-level performance appraisal system that was 
implemented in 2007. This system superseded a three-level EPCS 
that encouraged employee participation in establishing 
performance standards. Information obtained by employees under 
the Freedom of Information Act [FOIA] reveals that this system, 
as implemented at the Wallops Flight Facility, resulted in a 
disproportionate number of less-than fully successful ratings 
given to African-Americans. Although African-Americans 
constitute 14 percent of the civil-service workforce at the 
Wallops Flight Facility, this group constitutes 67 percent of 
the needs improvement ratings
    The FOIA information also revealed that no supervisor or 
management official received a rating less than fully 
successful for the calendar year 2009 appraisal period. The 
Agency's own findings reveal the woeful inadequacies of the 
EPCS. An Agency-directed OSHA Voluntary Protection Program 
[VPP] report found that, with regard to the safety and health 
performance element (an element assigned to at least 90 percent 
of the Wallops workforce), the metrics for evaluation and 
rating of employees is unclear. Therefore, the Committee 
requests that the Government Accountability Office [GAO] audit 
review NASA's EPCS system to examine its fairness and 
effectiveness. The GAO's review should pay special attention to 
whether the system discriminates on the basis of race or gender 
or imposes higher burdens on employees not serving in 
management positions.
    NASA Enterprise Data Center.--The Committee is pleased by 
NASA's efforts to create savings and efficiencies by 
consolidating its IT infrastructure. To further increase 
efficiencies, the Committee encourages NASA to co-locate the 
NASA Enterprise Data Center at an existing NASA-owned and NASA 
operated data complex with multiple other Federal tenants.
    Termination Liability.--The Administrator, within 60 days 
of enactment, shall provide a report detailing NASA's complete 
termination liability exposure. This report shall include a 
current estimate of NASA's termination liability by program and 
project, a description of a uniform policy across NASA on 
applying termination liability, a comprehensive list of NASA's 
contracting mechanisms currently in use for maintaining 
appropriate levels of termination liability, and a plan for the 
inclusion of annual estimates for termination liability by 
program and project as part of the annual budget submission to 
Congress.
    NASA's Use of Term Positions.--The Committee directs NASA 
to provide a report no later than 60 days after enactment of 
this act providing the total number of term positions (both new 
hires and renewals) to be funded under this act, as well as a 
summary of NASA's use of term positions since 1990.
    Congressionally Designated Projects.--The Committee 
provides funding for the following congressionally designated 
projects, directs NASA to refrain from charging administrative 
costs to these grants, and expects that NASA will provide 
appropriate management and oversight of each grant:

     NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION CROSS AGENCY SUPPORT CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
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                                                                                                     Committee
             Recipient                         Project                      Description           recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bay Area Houston Economic           Space Alliance Technology      To apply technology of Space       $2,000,000
 Partnership, Houston, TX.           Outreach Program.              Program to small business.
Baylor University, Waco, TX.......  Space Sciences Consortium....  To develop space satellite          1,000,000
                                                                    hardware analysis/design.
Delaware AeroSpace Education        Science and Technology         To develop and implement              175,000
 Foundation, Smyrna, DE.             Literacy.                      curriculum for K-12 STEM
                                                                    applied learning programs
                                                                    and professional development.
Dillard University, New Orleans,    Dillard University Eighth      To improve academic success           300,000
 LA.                                 Grade Initiative.              and college preparedness.
Fulton-Montgomery Community         Center for Engineering and     To support alternative and            250,000
 College, Johnstown, NY.             Technology Phase III.          renewable energy curriculum.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Development of                 To develop advanced modeling          500,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     Characterization Techniques    and testing techniques for
                                     for Advanced High              advanced composite materials.
                                     Temperature Materials in
                                     Space Launch Applications.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Advanced Algorithm,            Advanced algorithm                    500,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     Integration, and Maturation.   development and integration
                                                                    to enable testing of lunar
                                                                    science programs.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Product Lifecycle Management.  To implement integrated and           500,000
 Huntsville, AL.                                                    interoperable Product
                                                                    Lifecycle environment for
                                                                    MSFC.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       NASA Space Nuclear Power       To create a roadmap for               500,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     Systems Research and           fission surface power
                                     Development.                   technology development.
Mississippi State University,       Linking Disruptive             To develop a test bed               1,250,000
 Starkville, MS.                     Manufacturing Research with    laboratory for disseminating
                                     Manufacturing Industries.      information on the
                                                                    development of disruptive
                                                                    manufacturing technologies.
Morgan State University,            Chesapeake Information Based   For continued aviation safety       3,000,000
 University of Maryland Eastern      Aeronautics Consortium         research and development.
 Shore, and Bowie State              (CIBAC).
 University, Baltimore, MD.
Imiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo, HI.  Imiloa Astronomy Center......  To support and expand               2,000,000
                                                                    Imiloa's exhibition program
                                                                    and planetarium..
National Institute for Aviation     National Center for Advanced   For technical personnel,              950,000
 Research, Wichita, KS.              Materials Performance.         facilities and equipment to
                                                                    continue the development and
                                                                    operation of the National
                                                                    Center for Advanced
                                                                    Materials Performance
                                                                    (NCAMP).
New Mexico State University         Science, Engineering, Math,    To support K-12 STEM                  200,000
 (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM.             Areospace Academy.             educational initiative.
Northern Kentucky University        STEM Outreach Initiative.....  To heighten interest among            200,000
 Research Foundation, Highland                                      children for STEM
 Heights, KY.                                                       disciplines, especially
                                                                    astronomy and other NASA
                                                                    related fields.
Southeast Missouri State            Missouri NASA Math, Science    To conduct NASA-based                 500,000
 University, Cape Girardeau, MO.     and Technology Education       education for Missouri area
                                     Enhancement Program.           schools.
Space Florida, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Clean Energy Initiatives.....  To develop a plan to                  750,000
                                                                    integrate complementary
                                                                    technologies into the
                                                                    Kennedy Space Center's 1
                                                                    Mega Watt solar farm.
Space Florida, Cape Canaveral, FL.  Launch Complex-36/46           To convert LC-36 into a multi-      1,250,000
                                     Infrastructure.                vehicle launch pad and
                                                                    refurbish LC-46, returning
                                                                    it to operational status.
Spelman College, Atlanta, GA......  Women in Science and           To increase the number of             100,000
                                     Engineering (WISE) Program.    women pursuing degrees in
                                                                    STEM fields.
St. Louis Community College, St.    Missouri Challenge...........  For academic workshops and            500,000
 Louis, MO.                                                         hands-on robotic challenges
                                                                    for students.
Teach for America, New York, NY...  Teach for America STEM         To engage teachers in               3,000,000
                                     Activities.                    science, technology,
                                                                    engineering and mathematics.
Towson University, Coppin State     Baltimore Excellence in        To engage teachers in               1,000,000
 University, and University of       Science Teaching (BEST)        science, technology,
 Maryland Biotechnology Institute,   Partnership.                   engineering and mathematics.
 Towson and Baltimore, MD.
University of Alabama in            Airborne Sensor for Disasters  To develop and construct              500,000
 Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.         and Environmental Monitoring.  portable, airborne imaging
                                                                    system for remote sensing of
                                                                    environment.
University of Louisville,           University of Louisville       To develop a diagnostic             2,000,000
 Louisville, KY.                     Diagnosing and Mitigating      system to detect and
                                     Human Exposure to Radiation.   alleviate human radiation
                                                                    exposure.
University of Maryland, College     University-Assisted K-12       For a comprehensive K-12 STEM         800,000
 Park, MD.                           Engineering Education          Education program.
                                     Program.
University of Mississippi, Oxford,  National Center for Remote     To provide informational            1,400,000
 MS.                                 Sensing, Air, and Space Law.   resources on the legal
                                                                    aspects of human activities
                                                                    using aerospace technologies.
University of North Dakota, Grand   Upper Midwest Aerospace        To make data received from          3,000,000
 Forks, ND.                          Consortium.                    NASA satellite images easily
                                                                    accessible to the public.
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar  National Institute for Early   To improve early childhood            200,000
 Falls, IA.                          Mathematics and Science        science, technology,
                                     Education.                     engineering, and mathematics
                                                                    education.
University of Southern              Transitioning Space            To promote transfer of NASA-        1,750,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Technologies into the          owned advanced technologies
                                     Commercial Sec-  tor.          to private sector
                                                                    applications.
University of Vermont, Burlington,  Complex Systems Center.......  To expand the work of the           1,300,000
 VT.                                                                Complex Systems Center.
Wheeling Jesuit University,         National Technology Transfer   To provide continued support        1,500,000
 Wheeling, WV.                       Center.                        to the NASA Innovative
                                                                    Partnership Program.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

       CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND REMEDIATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $448,300,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     397,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     381,300,000

    The Construction and Environmental Compliance and 
Remediation account provides for design and execution of 
programmatic, discrete and minor revitalization, construction 
of facilities projects, facility demolition projects, and 
environmental compliance and remediation activities.

        CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE AND REMEDIATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Construction of Facilities.............................          320,200
    Institutional CoF..................................          265,800
    Science CoF........................................           40,500
    Space Operations CoF...............................           14,000
Environmental Compliance and Restoration...............           61,100
                                                        ----------------
      Total, Construction and Environmental Compliance           381,300
       and Restoration.................................
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $36,400,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      37,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      38,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $38,000,000 for the 
Office of Inspector General [IG]. The Office is responsible for 
promoting efficiency and preventing and detecting crime, fraud, 
waste, and mismanagement.
    Continuing To Monitor NASA Conference Expenditures.--In 
March 2010, the IG issued a report investigating NASA-sponsored 
conferences exceeding $20,000. The report highlights a 
``Procurement Training Conference'' for NASA budget employees 
held in Baltimore, Maryland, in December 2008. Costs for this 
conference ran $495,173. A comparable conference costs one-half 
the price for twice as many attendees. Bagels and coffee cost 
$62,000, or $66 per person, $7 more than the per diem rate for 
an entire day's meals. Under section 538 of the bill, NASA will 
continue to submit quarterly reports to the IG regarding the 
costs and contracting procedures relating to each conference or 
meeting, held by NASA for which the cost to the Government was 
more than $20,000. The IG shall continue to audit these 
expenses to ensure that NASA has taken the corrective actions 
suggested in the March 2010 report.

                       ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

    The Committee includes bill language regarding the 
availability of funds for certain prizes. The Committee also 
includes bill language regarding: transfers of funds between 
accounts, reductions in forces, and the availability of certain 
funds from previous accounts and from the Endeavor Teacher 
Fellowship Trust Fund. The bill also provides an additional 
amount for acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities.

                      National Science Foundation

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................  $6,872,510,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   7,424,400,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,353,400,000

\1\Excludes transfer of $54,000,000 to the Coast Guard.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $7,353,400,000 for 
the National Science Foundation [NSF]. The recommendation is 
$480,890,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and 
$71,000,000 below the budget request.
    The National Science Foundation was established as an 
independent agency by the National Science Foundation Act of 
1950 (Public Law 81-507) and is authorized to support research 
and education programs that promote the progress of science and 
engineering in the United States. The Foundation supports 
research and education in all major scientific and engineering 
disciplines through grants, cooperative agreements, contracts, 
and other forms of assistance in all parts of the United 
States. The Foundation also supports unique, large-scale 
research facilities and international facilities.
    NSF is the principal Federal agency charged with promoting 
science and engineering education from pre-kindergarten through 
career development. This helps ensure that the United States 
has world-class scientists, mathematicians and engineers, and 
well-prepared citizens for today and the future. In today's 
global economy, continued progress in science and engineering 
and the transfer of the knowledge developed is vital if the 
United States is to maintain its competitiveness. NSF is at the 
leading edge of the research and discoveries that will create 
the jobs and technologies of the future.
    The Committee reiterates its long-standing requirement that 
NSF request reprogrammings when initiating new programs or 
activities of more than $500,000 or reorganizing components. 
The Committee expects to be notified of reprogramming actions 
which involve less than the above-mentioned amount if such 
actions would have the effect of changing the agency's funding 
requirements in future years, or if programs or projects 
specifically cited in the Committee's reports are affected.

                    RESEARCH AND RELATED ACTIVITIES

Appropriations, 2010\1\.................................  $5,563,920,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................   6,018,830,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,967,180,000

\1\Excludes transfer of $54,000,000 to the Coast Guard.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $5,967,180,000. The 
recommendation is $403,260,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $51,650,000 below the budget request.
    The Research and Related Activities appropriation funds 
scientific discovery, trains a dynamic workforce, and supports 
broadly accessible state-of-the-art tools and facilities. 
Research activities will contribute to the achievement of these 
outcomes through expansion of the knowledge base; integration 
of research and education; stimulation of knowledge transfer 
among academia and public and private sectors; and 
international activities, and will bring the perspectives of 
many disciplines to bear on complex problems important to the 
Nation. The Foundation's discipline-oriented Research and 
Related Activities account include: Biological Sciences; 
Computer and Information Science and Engineering; Engineering; 
Geosciences; Mathematical and Physical Sciences; Social, 
Behavioral and Economic Sciences; Office of 
Cyberinfrastructure; Office of International Science and 
Engineering; Office of Polar Programs; Integrative Activities; 
and U.S. Arctic Research Commission.
    The Committee's fiscal year 2011 recommendation renews its 
commitment to Federal long-term basic research that has the 
potential to be transformative to our economy and our way of 
life. As such, the recommendation provides the full funding 
requested for major cross-foundation investments of Cyber-
enabled Discovery and Innovation and Science and Engineering 
Beyond Moore's Law. Each of these programs aim to have a 
transformative impact across science and engineering, 
especially in areas of national priority first outlined by the 
National Academies report ``Rising Above the Gathering Storm.''
    Icebreaking.--NSF shall transfer $54,000,000 to the Coast 
Guard. The Committee notes the budget request did not include 
transfer of operating and maintenance funds for the polar 
icebreakers from the NSF to the Coast Guard as directed in the 
conference report accompanying the Consolidated Appropriations 
Act, 2010 (Public Law 111-117). Despite increased security 
needs in the Arctic, both heavy icebreakers, the Polar Star and 
the Polar Sea, are currently out of service. For fiscal year 
2012, the Committee expects the operating and maintenance 
budget authority and 400 FTP/FTE to be included in the Coast 
Guard's request and will not entertain an NSF request for this 
funding. The two agencies shall update the existing Memorandum 
of Agreement [MOA] to reflect this change in budget authority 
and submit the updated MOA to the Committee before December 31, 
2010.
    Scientific Facilities and Instrumentation.--A critical 
component of the Nation's scientific enterprise is the 
infrastructure that supports researchers in discovery science. 
Recent significant investments to advance the frontiers of 
research and education in science and engineering will increase 
the number of research grants and the success rate of funding 
meritorious research proposals. The Committee expects the NSF 
to fully fund world-class U.S. scientific research facilities 
and instruments to adequately support scientists and students 
engaged in ground-breaking research as a consequence of these 
increased investments in research.
    Astronomical Sciences.--The Committee is aware of the need 
to increase access to 8-meter class telescopes for the U.S. 
astronomical community. Demand for observing time on large 
telescopes currently exceeds the available time by a factor of 
3 to 4. The Committee recognizes that there is an opportunity 
to meet this need through an increased U.S. share of the Gemini 
program and provides an additional $2,000,000 above the request 
for increased time on Gemini either through a direct increase 
in the U.S. share or by providing instruments for Gemini.
    The Committee encourages NSF to pursue the astronomy and 
astrophysics decadal survey's recommendation to develop a giant 
segmented mirror telescope and to develop that telescope on 
domestic soil as a public-private partnership inclusive of 
international partners, through the agency's major research 
equipment and facilities construction process. This will help 
to continue America's leadership in optical astronomy, while 
supporting scientific and technical jobs to maintain our level 
of excellence in this field.
    National Radio Astronomy Observatory [NRAO].--The Committee 
recommendation provides the full budget request of $81,803,000 
for NRAO research and related activities and construction. The 
Committee notes that progress has been made in identifying 
valuable dual use capabilities of the Very Long Baseline Array 
[VLBA] and the Green Bank Telescope and encourages NSF to work 
with other Federal agencies in tapping these national 
scientific assets to meet program requirements.
    Cybersecurity.--The Committee recommendation includes the 
full request of $144,550,000 for cybersecurity research, 
including $55,000,000 for NSF's contribution to the 
Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative. NSF provides 
82 percent of the total Federal support for basic computer 
science research at academic institutions. As government, 
business and society become more interconnected and dependent 
on computers, mobile devices, and the Internet, it becomes more 
important that those systems be reliable, resilient and 
resistant to attacks. The discovery and innovation in 
cybersecurity supported by NSF will form the intellectual 
foundations for practical applications that make our 
information networks safer, more secure, and better able to 
protect our information.
    Experimental Program To Stimulate Competitive Research 
[EPSCoR].--Within the amount provided, the Committee provides 
$157,400,000 for EPSCoR, an amount that is approximately 7 
percent higher than the fiscal year 2010 amount.

          MAJOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $117,290,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     165,190,000
Committee recommendation................................     155,190,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $155,190,000. The 
recommendation is $37,900,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $10,000,000 below the budget request.
    The major research equipment and facilities construction 
appropriation supports the acquisition, procurement, 
construction, and commissioning of unique national research 
platforms and facilities as well as major research equipment. 
Projects supported by this appropriation will push the 
boundaries of technology and offer significant expansion of 
opportunities, often in new directions, for the science and 
engineering community. Preliminary design and development 
activities, on-going operations, and maintenance costs of the 
facilities are provided through the research and related 
activities appropriation account.
    The Committee's recommendation includes funding at the 
requested level for the following four ongoing projects: the 
Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory 
[AdvLIGO]; the Atacama Large Millimeter Array [ALMA]; the Ocean 
Observing Initiatives; and the Advanced Technology Solar 
Telescope [ATST]. This amount also includes $10,000,000 to 
initiate construction of the National Ecological Observatory 
Network [NEON].

                     EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $872,760,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     892,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     892,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $892,000,000. The 
recommendation is $19,240,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and the same as the budget request.
    The education and human resources appropriation supports a 
comprehensive set of programs across all levels of education in 
science, technology, engineering and mathematics [STEM]. The 
appropriation supports activities that unite school districts 
with institutions of higher learning to improve precollege 
education. Other precollege activities include the development 
of the next generation of precollege STEM education leaders; 
instructional materials; and the STEM instructional workforce. 
Undergraduate activities support curriculum, laboratory, and 
instructional improvement; expand the STEM talent pool; attract 
STEM participants to teaching; augment advanced technological 
education at 2-year colleges; and develop dissemination tools. 
Graduate support is directed to research and teaching 
fellowships and traineeships and instructional workforce 
improvement by linking precollege systems with higher 
education. Programs also seek to broaden the participation of 
groups underrepresented in the STEM enterprise, build State and 
regional capacity to compete successfully for research funding, 
and promote informal science education. Ongoing evaluation 
efforts and research on learning strengthen the base for these 
programs.
    The Committee strongly encourages NSF to continue support 
for undergraduate science and engineering education. At a time 
when enrollment in STEM fields of study continues to decline, 
it is important that NSF use its position to support students 
working towards degrees in these areas.
    Creating a strong science and engineering workforce for the 
future is vital to maintaining the Nation's competitive edge. 
As the recent National Academies report ``Rising Above the 
Gathering Storm'' and, before that, the Hart-Rudman report on 
``Road Map for National Security: Imperative for Change'' so 
illustratively point out, the future of U.S. competitiveness 
rests on our ability to train the next generation of scientists 
and engineers.
    Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.--The Committee has 
provided the requested level of $55,000,000 for the Robert 
Noyce Scholarship program. This program helps fill the critical 
need for STEM teachers in elementary and secondary schools by 
funding institutions of higher education to provide 
scholarships, stipends, and programmatic support to recruit and 
prepare STEM majors and professionals to become K-12 teachers. 
Scholarship and stipend recipients are required to complete 2 
years of teaching in a high-need school district for each year 
of support.
    Federal Cyber Service: Scholarships for Service.--At the 
same time that more Americans rely on the Internet and 
networked systems for business and pleasure, threats to those 
systems are growing. The Federal Cyber Service: Scholarships 
for Service program helps the Federal Government respond to 
threats to our information technology infrastructure by 
providing scholarships to train cyber security professionals. 
In return, scholarship recipients agree to serve in a Federal 
Government agency position, building the Government's capacity 
to understand, respond to, and prevent cyber threats. More than 
900 students have completed the program which was initiated in 
fiscal year 2001; 92.6 percent of students have placed with 
more than 120 Federal agencies. The Committee provides 
$45,000,000, which is $30,000,000 above the requested level, to 
expand the Federal Cyber Service: Scholarships for Service 
program.
    Not less than $20,000,000 of the additional amount should 
be used specifically for graduate candidates, to include 
master's and doctoral students.
    Informal Science Education.--The Committee maintains its 
strong support for NSF's informal science education program. A 
report from the National Academy of Sciences, ``Learning 
Science in Informal Settings'', found evidence that nonschool 
science programs involving exhibitions, media projects, 
emerging learning technologies, nonschool science programs, and 
other informal education programs stimulate students and 
increase their interest in STEM education. The Committee 
encourages NSF to increase its support for the development of 
online accessible repositories of digital media and other 
materials to assist teachers and students in STEM education.
    Promoting STEM Education Through Competition.--The future 
of U.S. competitiveness rests on our ability to train the next 
generation of scientists and engineers. The Committee has acted 
on the ``Rising Above the Gathering Storm'' recommendation to 
improve K-12 STEM education by robustly funding the National 
Science Foundation and other science agencies. The Committee 
also recognizes the important contributions of groups and 
organizations that have developed nationwide STEM robotics 
competitions to inspire and train America's students. The 
Committee directs NSF to set aside $2,000,000 for a competitive 
program of grants to promote STEM education through robotics 
competitions. Within 60 days of enactment of this act, the 
National Science Foundation is directed to provide a report and 
spend plan to the Committee, which details the scope of the 
program and the criteria and methodology the agency will employ 
to award these grants.
    Professional Science Master's [PSM] Degree.--The Committee 
strongly encourages NSF to continue support for the 
Professional Science Master's [PSM] degree programs funded 
through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (Public Law 
111-5) as authorized in the America COMPETES Act (Public Law 
110-69). To remain competitive in the global economy, America 
needs to develop more expertise in STEM fields; the PSM 
provides a pathway for students with undergraduate degrees in 
STEM fields and is a critical program for preparing future 
science professionals and leaders. The Committee strongly 
recommends that NSF incorporate requests for funding in fiscal 
year 2012 budget and beyond.
    Broadening Participation.--The Committee denies the NSF's 
request to merge initiatives to broaden participation by 
consolidating three existing programs, the Historically Black 
Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program [HBCU-UP], the 
Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation [LSAMP] and 
the Tribal Colleges and Universities Program [T-CUP]. These 
three programs each have different purposes and engage students 
and colleges and universities in a different manner. One size 
will not fit all. The Committee directs NSF to maintain HBCU-UP 
at $32,000,000; LSAMP at $44,750,000; and T-CUP at $14,000,000. 
Any remaining funding available for Undergraduate/Graduate 
Student Support may be used for an integrated broadening 
participation of undergraduates in STEM that includes 
institutions eligible for these three programs as well as 
institutions eligible under section 7033 of the America 
COMPETES Act (Public Law 110-69).

                 AGENCY OPERATIONS AND AWARD MANAGEMENT

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $300,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     329,190,000
Committee recommendation\1\.............................     319,190,000

\1\Includes $2,000,000 for acquisition workforce capacity and 
capabilities contained in the administrative provisions for NSF.

    The Committee recommendation provides $319,190,000. The 
recommendation is $19,190,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $10,000,000 below the budget request.
    The salaries and expenses appropriation provides funds for 
staff salaries, benefits, travel, training, rent, advisory and 
assistance services, communications and utilities expenses, 
supplies, equipment, and other operating expenses necessary for 
management of the National Science Foundation's research and 
education activities.
    The Committee directs NSF to find savings from operating 
expenses and future headquarters planning.
    Workforce Management.--In its September 2009 semi-annual 
report, the OIG commended the draft Director's ``Employee 
Action Agenda'' which included measures to improve the 
management environment at NSF. NSF mission is to meet the 
highest scientific standards. Its managers need to ensure that 
the workplace meets the highest standards as well and is free 
from harassment and misconduct. Within 180 days of enactment of 
this act, the OIG shall deliver to the Committee a report 
analyzing NSF actions to improve workforce management and the 
work environment for employees, including an evaluation of any 
performance management framework for individuals serving under 
the Intergovernmental Personnel Act.

                  OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE BOARD

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $4,540,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       4,840,000
Committee recommendation................................       4,840,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $4,840,000. The 
recommendation is $300,000 above the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and equal to the budget request.
    The National Science Board is the governing body of the 
National Science Foundation. The Board is composed of 24 
members, appointed by the President and confirmed by the 
Senate. The Board is also charged with serving as an 
independent adviser to the President and Congress on policy 
matters related to science and engineering research and 
education.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $14,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      14,350,000
Committee recommendation................................      15,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $15,000,000. The 
recommendation is $1,000,000 more than the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $650,000 more than the budget request.
    The Office of Inspector General appropriation provides 
audit and investigation functions to identify and correct 
deficiencies that could create potential instances of fraud, 
waste, or mismanagement. The Committee has provided an increase 
in this account to enhance accountability at the NSF.

                        ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION

    One administrative provision is included for NSF to 
appropriate additional amounts for acquisition workforce 
capacity and capabilities.

                                TITLE IV

                            RELATED AGENCIES

                       Commission on Civil Rights

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $9,400,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       9,400,000
Committee recommendation................................       9,400,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $9,400,000 for the 
salaries and expenses of the Commission on Civil Rights. The 
recommendation is equal to the fiscal year 2010 enacted level 
and the budget request.

                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $367,303,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     385,303,000
Committee recommendation................................     355,303,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $355,303,000 for 
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [EEOC] salaries and 
expenses.
    The Committee remains concerned at the rising backlog in 
charges of employment discrimination at the EEOC. This backlog 
is on pace to reach over 105,000 charges by the end of fiscal 
year 2011. The Committee is disturbed that this issue has not 
been addressed in a systematic or strategic manner. The 
Committee is concerned that there is a lack of leadership 
response and will at the EEOC to adequately address this 
problem and it could affect the ability of EEOC to meets is 
mission and mandate to promote equal opportunity at the 
workplace.

                       STATE AND LOCAL ASSISTANCE

Appropriations, 2010....................................................
Budget estimate, 2011...................................................
Committee recommendation................................     $30,000,000

    The Committee recommends $30,000,000 to assist State and 
local enforcement agencies. The Committee is deeply troubled 
that the Commission has failed to provide adequate resources to 
its State partners and therefore has created a separate account 
for this funding.

                     International Trade Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $81,860,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      87,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      87,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $87,000,000. The 
recommendation is $5,140,000 above the fiscal year 2010 level 
and is equal to the budget request.
    The ITC is an independent, quasi-judicial agency 
responsible for conducting trade-related investigations, 
providing Congress and the President with independent technical 
advice relating to United States international trade policy. 
The increased funding will allow the Commission to fill many 
vacant positions given the increased workload and to acquire 
much needed additional space, which includes two new 
courtrooms.

                       Legal Services Corporation


               PAYMENT TO THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

Appropriations, 2010....................................    $420,000,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................     435,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     430,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $430,000,000 for 
payment to the Legal Services Corporation [LSC]. The 
recommendation is $10,000,000 above the fiscal year 2010 
enacted level and $5,000,000 below the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation provides $401,700,000 for 
basic field programs, to be used for competitively awarded 
grants and contracts, $20,000,000, for management and 
administration, $3,000,000 for client self-help and information 
technology, $4,300,000 for the Office of the Inspector General 
and $1,000,000 is for loan repayment assistance.

                       ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

    The Committee recommendation continues the administrative 
provisions contained in the fiscal year 1998 appropriations act 
(Public Law 105-119) regarding operation of this program to 
provide basic legal services to disadvantaged individuals and 
the restrictions on the use of LSC funds.
    LSC funds cannot be used to engage in litigation and 
related activities with respect to a variety of matters 
including: (1) redistricting; (2) class action suits; (3) 
representation of illegal aliens; (4) political activities; (5) 
abortion; (6) prisoner litigation; (7) welfare reform; (8) 
representation of charged drug dealers during eviction 
proceedings; and (9) solicitation of clients. The exception to 
the restrictions occurs in a case where there is imminent 
threat of physical harm to the client or prospective client 
remains in place.
    The manner in which the LSC grantees are audited through 
contracts with certified public accountants for financial and 
compliance audits are continued, along with the provisions on 
recompetition and debarment.
    The Committee recognizes that the LSC current percentage 
locality pay represents reasonable compensation for LSC 
officers and employees. The Committee expects that any locality 
pay will continue to be paid at that percentage.
    Accountability and Oversight.--The Committee is 
disappointed that the LSC has yet to certify to the House and 
Senate Committees on Appropriations, as directed in the 
explanatory statement accompanying Public Law 111-117, that it 
has met the requirements for management practices and policies, 
as well as governance standards and guidelines, stated in GAO 
and LSC Inspector audits. The timely resolution of these 
outstanding issues must be a priority of the Corporation.

                        Marine Mammal Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $3,250,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       3,000,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,250,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $3,250,000. The 
recommendation is the same as the fiscal year 2010 enacted 
level and is $250,000 above the budget request.
    The Marine Mammal Commission and its Committee of 
Scientific Advisors on Marine Mammals provide oversight and 
recommend actions on domestic and international topics to 
advance policies and provisions of the Marine Mammal Protection 
Act. The Commission provides precise, up-to-date scientific 
information to Congress on issues related to the safety of 
marine mammals.

            Office of the United States Trade Representative


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................     $47,826,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................      48,257,000
Committee recommendation................................      50,757,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $50,757,000 for the 
Office of the United States Trade Representative [USTR]. The 
recommendation is $2,931,000 above the fiscal year 2010 level 
and $2,500,000 above the budget request.
    The USTR is responsible for developing and leading 
international negotiations for the United States on policies 
regarding international trade, direct investment, and 
commodities. Its areas of responsibility include all matters 
relating to the World Trade Organization, trade, commodity, and 
direct investment matters dealt with by certain international 
institutions; industrial, agricultural and services trade 
policy; and trade-related protection of intellectual property 
and the environment.
    The Committee notes that the administration's Government-
wide request for the National Export Initiative [NEI] failed to 
include USTR. While the Committee has generally supported the 
NEI, several existing mandates within USTR are worth advancing 
for the new initiative to succeed. Specifically, the Committee 
recommends additional funding to resolve outstanding issues 
related to pending free trade agreements with Korea, Panama, 
and Colombia, and negotiations shall be conducted to reach an 
ambitious conclusion to the Trans-Pacific Partnership free 
trade agreement negotiations. In addition, the USTR shall work 
to enforce international trade obligations undertaken by our 
trading partners, including those relating to labor and 
intellectual property rights issues. Within the funds provided, 
the USTR shall utilize resources to successfully host the 2011 
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Meeting of Ministers 
Responsible for Trade Ministerial.
    World Trade Organization.--The Committee is aware of the 
World Trade Organization [WTO] Appellate Body's January 16, 
2003, ruling regarding the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset 
Act (Public Law 106-387). The Committee directs USTR, in 
consultation with the Department of Commerce, to continue to 
negotiate within the WTO to seek express recognition of the 
existing right of WTO members to distribute monies collected 
from antidumping and countervailing duties as they deem 
appropriate. The agency shall consult with and provide regular 
reports to the Senate Committee on Appropriations on this 
matter every 60 days upon enactment of this act on the 
negotiations.
    In addition, the Committee directs that negotiations be 
conducted within the WTO consistent with the negotiating 
objectives contained in the Trade Act of 2002, Public Law 107-
210, to maintain strong U.S. trade remedies laws, prevent 
overreaching by WTO Panels and the WTO Appellate Body, and 
prevent the creation of obligations never negotiated or agreed 
to by the United States.

                        State Justice Institute


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2010....................................      $5,131,000
Budget estimate, 2011...................................       5,411,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,273,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $6,273,000 for the 
State Justice Institute. The recommendation is $1,142,000 above 
the fiscal year 2010 enacted level and $862,000 above the 
budget request.
    The Institute was created in 1984 to further the 
development and adoption of improved judicial administration in 
State courts.

                                TITLE V

                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

                        (INCLUDING RESCISSIONS)

    The Committee recommends the following general provisions 
for the departments, agencies and commissions funded in the 
accompanying bill.
    Section 501 prohibits the use of appropriations for certain 
publicity and propaganda purposes.
    Section 502 prohibits any appropriations contained in this 
act from remaining available for obligation beyond the current 
fiscal year unless expressly provided.
    Section 503 limits funds for certain consulting purposes.
    Section 504 provides that should any provision of the act 
be held to be invalid, the remainder of the act would not be 
affected.
    Section 505 stipulates the policy by which funding 
available to the agencies funded under this act may be 
reprogrammed for other purposes.
    Section 506 prohibits funds in the bill from being used to 
implement, administer, or enforce any guidelines of the Equal 
Employment Opportunity Commission [EEOC] similar to proposed 
guidelines covering harassment based on religion published by 
the EEOC in October 1993.
    Section 507 provides for a penalty for persons found to 
have falsely mislabeled products.
    Section 508 requires agencies to provide quarterly reports 
to the Appropriations Committees regarding unobligated 
balances.
    Section 509 requires agencies and departments funded in 
this act to absorb any necessary costs related to downsizing or 
consolidation within the amounts provided to the agency or 
department.
    Section 510 limits funds for the sale or export of tobacco 
or tobacco products.
    Section 511 prohibits user fees for background checks 
conducted pursuant to the Brady Handgun Control Act of 1993, 
and prohibits implementation of a background check system which 
does not require or result in destruction of certain 
information.
    Section 512 stipulates obligation of receipts available 
under the Crime Victims Fund.
    Section 513 prohibits the use of Department of Justice 
funds for programs that discriminate against, denigrate, or 
otherwise undermine the religious beliefs of students 
participating in such programs.
    Section 514 limits transfers of funds between agencies.
    Section 515 provides that funding for E-government 
initiatives are subject to reprogramming guidelines established 
by this act.
    Section 516 specifies requirements for certain firearms 
tracing studies.
    Section 517 requires the Inspectors General of the 
Departments of Commerce and Justice, the National Aeronautics 
and Space Administration, the National Science Foundation, and 
the Legal Services Corporation to conduct reviews of activities 
funded in this act; prohibits the use of funds for certain 
banquets and conferences; and requires certifications regarding 
conflicts of interest.
    Section 518 prohibits funds to issue certain patents.
    Section 519 prohibits the use of funds to support or 
justify the use of torture.
    Section 520 limits funds pertaining to certain activities 
related to the export of firearms.
    Section 521 limits funds to process permits to import 
certain products.
    Section 522 prohibiting funds to include certain language 
in new trade agreements.
    Section 523 prohibits funds to authorize a national 
security letter in contravention of the statutes authorizing 
the FBI to issue national security letters.
    Section 524 requires notification to the Committees in the 
event of cost overruns.
    Section 525 authorizes funds appropriated for intelligence 
activities for the Department of Justice during fiscal year 
2011 until the enactment of the Intelligence Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2011.
    Section 526 directs that the Departments, agencies, and 
commissions funded under this act, shall establish and maintain 
on the homepages of their Internet websites a link to their 
Offices of Inspectors General and a method by which individuals 
may anonymously report cases of waste, fraud, or abuse.
    Section 527 prohibits contracts or grant awards in excess 
of $5,000,000 unless the prospective contractor or grantee has 
certified in writing that she has filed all Federal tax 
returns, has not been convicted of a criminal offense under the 
IRS Code of 1986, and has no unpaid Federal tax assessment.
    Section 528 prohibits the use of funds in a manner that is 
inconsistent with the principal negotiating objective of the 
United States with respect to trade remedy laws.
    Section 529 specifies rescissions of prior appropriations.
    Section 530 prohibits the use of funds to purchase first 
class or premium airline travel in contravention of current 
regulations.
    Section 531 prohibits the use of funds to pay for the 
attendance of more than 50 employees at any single conference 
outside the United States, except for law enforcement training 
and/or operational conferences for law enforcement personnel 
when the majority of Federal employees in attendance are law 
enforcement personnel stationed outside the United States.
    Section 532 restricts the use of funds regarding Guantanamo 
Bay detainees.
    Section 533 prohibts funds to the Association of Community 
Organizations for Reform Now [ACORN] and its subsidiaries.
    Section 534 requires, when practicable, the use of ``Energy 
Star'' or ``Federal Energy Management Program'' designated 
light bulbs.
    Section 535 requires agencies funded in this act to report 
on undisbursed balances.
    Section 536 prohibits the use of funds to relocate the 
Bureau of Census or employees to the Executive Office of the 
President.
    Section 537 makes technical corrections to congressionally 
directed spending items from Public Law 111-8.
    Section 538 requires agencies to report conference spending 
to the Inspectors General.
    Section 539 prohibits the use of funds to establish or 
maintain a computer network that does not block pornography, 
except for law enforcement purposes.
    Section 540 authorizes the Commission on Wartime Relocation 
and Internment of Latin Americans of Japanese Descent.
    Section 541 requires the Legal Services Corporation to 
comply with audits by the Government Accountability Office 
[GAO] and the Corporation's Inspector General.

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

    Rule XVI, paragraph 7 requires that every report on a 
general appropriation bill filed by the Committee must identify 
items of appropriation 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 recommends funding for the following programs 
or activities that currently lack an authorization for fiscal 
year 2011, either in whole or in part, and therefore fall under 
this rule:

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            TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

Economic Development Administration: Economic                       2008
 Development Administration, S&E.......................
Economic Development Assistance Programs: Public Works              2008
 and Economic Development..............................
Trade Adjustment Assistance............................             2008
International Trade Administration: Export Promotion...             1996
Bureau of Industry and Security:
    Export Administration..............................             2001
    Defense Production Act.............................             2009
National Telecommunications and Information                         1993
 Administration: National Telecommunications and
 Information Administration, S&E.......................
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
    Operations Research and Facilities.................  ...............
    National Ocean Service:
        Coral Reef Restoration.........................             2004
        Coastal Zone Management........................             1999
        Marine Protection, Research, Preservation &                 2005
         Sanctuaries...................................
        Estuary Restoration............................             2005
National Marine Fisheries Services:
    Endangered Species Act Amendment...................             1992
    Marine Mammal Protection...........................             1999
    International Dolphin Conservation Program.........             2001
    NOAA Marine Fisheries Program......................             2000
National Institute of Standards and Technology:
    Scientific & Technical Research & Services:
        Earthquake Hazard Reduction....................             2009

            TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

General Administration, S&E............................             2009
Detention Trustee......................................             2009
Justice Information Sharing Technology.................             2009
Law Enforcement Wireless Communications................             2009
Administrative Review and Appeals......................             2009
Office of the Inspector General........................             2009
U.S. Parole Commission.................................             2009
National Security Division.............................  ...............
General Legal Activities, S&E..........................             2009
Antitrust Division, S&E................................             2009
U.S. Attorneys, S&E....................................             2009
Foreign Claims and Settlement Commission...............             2009
U.S. Marshals Service..................................             2009
Fees & Expenses of Witnesses...........................             2009
Community Relations Services...........................             2009
Assets Forfeiture Fund Current Budget Authority........             2009
Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement.................             2009
Federal Bureau of Investigation........................             2009
Drug Enforcement Administration, S&E...................             2009
Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms, Tobacco and Explosives....             2009
Federal Prison System..................................             2009
Office on Violence Against Women:
    Research on Violence Against Women [NIJ]...........  ...............
Office of Justice Programs:
    Salaries and Expenses..............................  ...............
    National Institute of Justice......................             1995
    Bureau of Justice Assistance.......................             1995
    Regional Information Sharing System................             2003
    Training for Judicial Personnel....................             2005
    Research on Violence Against Indian Women..........             2008
    Grants for Televised Testimony.....................             2005
    Victim Notification System.........................             2009
    State and Local Anti Terrorism Training............  ...............
    State Criminal Justice Reform/Recidivism Reduction.  ...............
    Assistance to Local Governments [NIJ]..............  ...............
    Byrne Discretionary Grants.........................  ...............
    Byrne Competitive Grants...........................  ...............
    Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program..........  ...............
    Tribal Detention Facilities........................             2000
    Tribal Courts......................................             2004
    Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs...............  ...............
    Residential Substance Abuse Treatment..............             2000
    Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution.............             2010
    Drug Courts........................................             2008
    Paul Coverdell Forensic Science....................             2009
    Capital Litigation Improvement Grants..............             2009
    Second Chance Act Programs.........................             2010
    Missing Alzheimer's Program........................             1999
    Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction...............  ...............
    Criminal Records Upgrades (CITA)...................             2007
    Part B--State Formula..............................             2007
    Part E--Demonstration Grants.......................             2007
    Youth Mentoring....................................  ...............
    Title V--Local Delinquency Prevention Incentive                 2008
     Grants............................................
    Adam Walsh Act Implementation......................             2009
    National Sex Offender Public Web Site..............             2008
    Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing.......             2009
    Sexual Assault Forensic Exam Program...............             2009
    VOCA--Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse.             2005
    Juvenile Accountability Block Grant................             2009
    Community Based Violence Prevention Initiative.....  ...............
    Safe Start.........................................  ...............
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services:
    Community Policing.................................             2009
    Secure Our Schools.................................             2009

                   TITLE III--SCIENCE

NASA:
    Science............................................             2009
    Aeronautics........................................             2009
    Exploration........................................             2009
    Education..........................................             2009
    Cross-agency support...............................             2009
    Space Operations...................................             2009
    Office of the Inspector General....................             2009

              TITLE IV-- RELATED AGENCIES

Commission on Civil Rights.............................             1995
International Trade Commission.........................             2004
Payment to Legal Services Corporation..................             1980
Marine Mammal Commission...............................             1999
Office of the Trade Representative.....................             2004
State Justice Institute................................             2008
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COMPLIANCE WITH PARAGRAPH 7(c), RULE XXVI OF THE STANDING RULES OF THE 
                                 SENATE

    Pursuant to paragraph 7(c) of rule XXVI, on July 22, 2010, 
theCommittee ordered reported en bloc an original bill (S. 
3636) making appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and 
Justice, and Science, and related agencies for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 2011, and for other purposes; an original 
bill (S. 3635) making appropriations for energy and water 
development and related agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 2011, and for other purposes; and an original 
bill making appropriations for the Departments of 
Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and related 
agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2011, and for 
other purposes; with each subject to amendment and subject to 
the Committee spending guidance, 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 17-12, a quorum being present. The vote was as 
follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Inouye                     Mr. Cochran
Mr. Leahy                           Mr. Bond
Mr. Harkin                          Mr. McConnell
Ms. Mikulski                        Mr. Shelby
Mr. Kohl                            Mr. Gregg
Mrs. Murray                         Mr. Bennett
Mr. Dorgan                          Mrs. Hutchison
Mrs. Feinstein                      Mr. Brownback
Mr. Durbin                          Mr. Alexander
Mr. Johnson                         Ms. Collins
Ms. Landrieu                        Mr. Voinovich
Mr. Reed                            Ms. Murkowski
Mr. Lautenberg
Mr. Nelson
Mr. Pryor
Mr. Tester
Mr. Specter

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

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

               TITLE 28--JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PROCEDURE


                     PART II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                    Chapter 31--The Attorney General


Sec. 530A. Authorization of appropriations for travel and related 
                    expenses and for health care of personnel serving 
                    abroad

    There are authorized to be [appropriated] used from 
appropriations, for any fiscal year, for the Department of 
Justice, such sums as may be necessary--
            (1) for travel and related expenses of employees of 
        the Department of Justice serving abroad and their 
        families, to be payable in the same manner as 
        applicable with respect to the Foreign Service under 
        paragraphs (2), (3), (5), (6), (8), (9), (11), and (15) 
        of section 901 of the Foreign Service Act of 1980, and 
        under the regulations issued by the Secretary of State; 
        and
            (2) for health care for such employees and 
        families, to be provided under section 904 of that Act.
                                ------                                


                TITLE 42--THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE


                   Chapter 26--National Space Program


                    Subchapter I--General Provisions


Sec. 2467a. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Endeavor 
                    Teacher Fellowship Trust Fund

(a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

(c) Purpose

    Income accruing from the Trust Fund principal shall be used 
to create the National Aeronautics and Space Administration 
Endeavor Teacher Fellowship Program, to the extent provided in 
advance in appropriation Acts. The Administrator is authorized 
to use such funds to award fellowships to selected United 
States nationals who are undergraduate students pursuing a 
course of study leading to certified teaching degrees in 
elementary education or in secondary education in mathematics, 
science, or technology disciplines. Awards shall be made 
pursuant to standards established for the fellowship program by 
the Administrator.
    (d) Availability of Funds.--The interest accruing from the 
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Endeavor Teacher 
Fellowship Trust Fund principal shall be available in fiscal 
year 2011 and hereafter for the purpose of the Endeavor Science 
Teacher Certificate Program.
                                ------                                


OMNIBUS CONSOLIDATED RESCISSIONS AND APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 1996, PUBLIC 
                              LAW 104-134


DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, AND STATE, THE JUDICIARY, AND RELATED 
                       AGENCIES APPROPRIATION ACT


                       TITLE V--RELATED AGENCIES


                       Legal Services Corporation


         ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS--LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION

    Sec. 504. (a) None of the funds appropriated in this Act to 
the Legal Services Corporation may be used to provide financial 
assistance to any person or entity (which may be referred to in 
this section as a ``recipient'') that uses Federal funds (or 
funds from any source with regard to paragraphs (14) and (15)) 
in a manner--

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(d)(1) The Legal Services Corporation shall not accept any 
non-Federal funds, and no recipient shall accept funds from any 
source other than the Corporation, unless the Corporation or 
the recipient, as the case may be, notifies in writing the 
source of the funds that the funds may not be expended for any 
purpose prohibited by the Legal Services Corporation Act or 
this title.
            [(2) Paragraph (1) shall not prevent a recipient 
        from--
                    [(A) receiving Indian tribal funds 
                (including funds from private nonprofit 
                organizations for the benefit of Indians or 
                Indian tribes) and expending the tribal funds 
                in accordance with the specific purposes for 
                which the tribal funds are provided; or
                    [(B) using funds received from a source 
                other than the Legal Services Corporation to 
                provide legal assistance to a covered 
                individual if such funds are used for the 
                specific purposes for which such funds were 
                received, except that such funds may not be 
                expended by recipients for any purpose 
                prohibited by this Act or by the Legal Services 
                Corporation Act.]

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(e)] (d) Nothing in this section shall be construed to 
prohibit a recipient from using funds derived from a source 
other than the Legal Services Corporation to comment on public 
rulemaking or to respond to a written request for information 
or testimony from a Federal, State or local agency, legislative 
body or committee, or a member of such an agency, body, or 
committee, so long as the response is made only to the parties 
that make the request and the recipient does not arrange for 
the request to be made.
    [(f)] (e) As used in this section:
            (1) The term ``controlled substance'' has the 
        meaning given the term in section 102 of the Controlled 
        Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 802).
            (2) The term ``covered individual'' means any 
        person who--
                    (A) except as provided in subparagraph (B), 
                meets the requirements of this Act and the 
                Legal Services Corporation Act relating to 
                eligibility for legal assistance; and
                    (B) may or may not be financially unable to 
                afford legal assistance.
            (3) The term ``public housing project'' has the 
        meaning as used within, and the term ``public housing 
        agency'' has the meaning given the term, in section 3 
        of the United States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 
        1437a).
                                ------                                


       CONSOLIDATED APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2004, PUBLIC LAW 108-199


DIVISION B--DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, AND STATE, THE JUDICIARY, 
             AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 2004


                     TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


               General Provisions--Department of Justice

    Sec. 112. [(a)(1) None of the funds provided in this Act or 
hereafter may be used for courts or law enforcement officers 
for a tribe or village--
            [(A) in which fewer than 25 Native members live in 
        the village year round; or
            [(B) that is located within the boundaries of the 
        Fairbanks North Star Borough, the Matanuska Susitna 
        Borough, the Municipality of Anchorage, the Kenai 
        Peninsula Borough, the City and Borough of Juneau, the 
        Sitka Borough, or the Ketchikan Borough.]

                        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
                                                             guidance\1\      bill      guidance\1\      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee spending
 guidance to its subcommittees for 2011: Subcommittee on
 Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies:
    Mandatory.............................................            NA          256            NA       \2\266
    Discretionary.........................................            NA       60,139            NA    \2\66,900
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2011..................................................  ............  ...........  ............    \3\40,343
    2012..................................................  ............  ...........  ............       15,467
    2013..................................................  ............  ...........  ............        4,533
    2014..................................................  ............  ...........  ............        2,661
    2015 and future years.................................  ............  ...........  ............        2,151
Financial assistance to State and local governments for               NA         -854            NA          106
 2011.....................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\There is no section 302(a) allocation to the Committee on Appropriations for fiscal year 2011.
\2\Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\3\Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

         DISCLOSURE OF CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED SPENDING ITEMS

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

                                                                                                   CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Agency                             Account                                      Recipient                                                 Project                             Amount           Requesting Senator(s)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOC.................................  ITA............................  John H. Chafee Center for International Business,         Rhode Island Export Development Program (RIEDP)........      $500,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                        Smithfield, RI.
DOC.................................  ITA............................  Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Services,       Small Business Latin American Trade and Education            $100,000  Specter
                                                                        Philadelphia, PA.                                         Program.
DOC.................................  ITA............................  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE.............  International Trade Scholars Program...................      $500,000  Nelson, Ben
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  Life Sciences Commercialization Laboratory.............    $4,000,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL...................  Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Teaching and    $30,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Research Corridor.
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS...  Mississippi Biotechnology Research Park................    $8,000,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Mississippi Polymer Institute..........................    $6,000,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI...........  Facility for Advanced Visualization Technologies.......      $750,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI......................  Hawaii Open Supercomputing Center (HOSC) and Coral         $3,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  Biodiversity.
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY...................  University of Kentucky Evaluation of Firefighter             $275,000  McConnell
                                                                                                                                  turnout gear for Safety.
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI................  Rhode Island Consortium for Nanoscience and                $1,250,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                                                                  Nanotechnology.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................   State of Alaska, Juneau, AK............................  Seal and Steller Sea Lion Biological Research..........      $500,000  Murkowski; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, East Boothbay, ME  U.S. national Culture Collection for Marine Phytoplank-      $300,000  Collins
                                                                                                                                   ton.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.......  Monitoring of Lake Erie Water Quality with Remote            $250,000  Voinovich; Brown, Sherrod
                                                                                                                                  Sensing.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Dauphin Island, AL..............  NOAA Independent Data Collection in the Gulf of Mex-       $4,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  ico.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Florida Fish And Wildlife Conservation Commission,        Cooperative Grouper-Snapper Fisheries Data Collection..      $500,000  Nelson, Bill
                                                                        Tallahassee, FL.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH...............   Northeast Ohio Informal STEM Education................      $250,000  Voinovich; Brown, Sherrod
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Gulf of Maine Research Institute, Portland, ME..........  Community-Based Acoustic Research......................      $400,000  Collins; Snowe
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID...................  Boise Center for Aerospace Laboratory (BCAL) Watershed       $200,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Modeling Utilizing LiDAR.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  International Pacific Research Center, University of      International Pacific Research Center..................    $1,000,000  Inouye; Akaka
                                                                        Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Jackson State University, Jackson, MS...................  Development of a Regional Ensembling System for            $1,000,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Atmospheric Dispersion.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Louisiana State University and A&M College, Baton Rouge,  Coastal Restoration and Enhancement through Science and    $1,200,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                        LA.                                                       Technology (CREST).
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  East Coast Herring Sampling and Stock Assessment.......      $350,000  Collins
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Collaborative Shellfish Research.......................      $750,000  Collins; Snowe
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Groundfish Research....................................      $300,000  Collins
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Maine New Hampshire Inshore Trawl Survey...............      $300,000  Collins; Snowe
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  NOAA Northern Gulf Institute...........................    $5,500,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ...............  Mid-Atlantic Regional Coastal Community and Ocean            $750,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Ecosystem Initiative.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Hilo, HI.............  Marine Education and Training..........................    $1,000,000  Inouye; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Honolulu, HI.........  Domestic Fisheries Monitoring, including Support for       $3,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  Regional Fishery Management Organizations (RFMOs).
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Honolulu, HI.........  Hawaii Fisheries Development...........................      $400,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Honolulu, HI.........  Hawaii Seafood Program.................................    $1,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Kaneohe Bay, HI......  Joint Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research         $1,250,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  (JIMAR) Pelagic Fisheries Research Program (PFRP).
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Miami, FL............  Shrimp Industry Fishing Research.......................      $400,000  Nelson, Bill
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Marine Fisheries Service, Juneau, AK...........  Alaska Native Marine Mammal Co-management..............      $500,000  Murkowski; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Ocean Service, Honolulu, HI....................  Ordnance Reef UXO......................................      $200,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Ocean Service, Maui and Honolulu, HI...........  Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative (HCRI)....................    $1,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  National Weather Service, Silver Spring, MD.............  Remote Infrasonic Monitoring of Natural Hazards........    $1,500,000  Inouye; Cochran; Akaka
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services,       Securing New Hampshire's Water Future..................      $400,000  Shaheen
                                                                        Concord, NH.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  New Hampshire Fish & Game, Concord, NH..................  New Hampshire Groundfish Sectors Permit Bank...........    $1,165,000  Shaheen
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Annapolis, MD...............  Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration......................    $3,000,000  Mikulski; Cardin; Webb; Warner
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Office of Education, Honolulu, HI..................  Hawaii Education Program...............................    $1,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Satellites, Honolulu, HI...........................  Integrated Data and Environmental Applications (IDEA)      $3,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  Center.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative, Mount   Northwest Straits Citizens Advisory Commission.........    $1,800,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                        Vernon, WA.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Oregon Department of State Lands, Salem, OR.............  Oregon Seafloor Mapping for Tsunami Hazards and              $500,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                                                                                  Ecosystem Benefit.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Science, Point     Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Science.........      $525,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                        Pleasant Beach, NJ.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Penobscot East Resource Center, Stonington, ME..........  Northern Gulf of Maine Groundfish Sentinel Fishery.....      $250,000  Collins
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH.................  New England Weather Technology and Research Initia-           575,000  Gregg
                                                                                                                                  tive.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council,        Offshore Renewable Energy Surveys......................      $700,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                        Wakefield, RI.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Save The Bay, Providence, RI............................  Save the Bay--Marine Education Program.................      $500,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  School for Marine Science & Technology (SMAST), New       New England Multi-Species Surveys and Development......    $1,500,000  Kerry
                                                                        Bedford, MA.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests,      Merrimack River Anadromous Fish Habitat Conserva-  tion       350,000  Gregg
                                                                        Concord, NH.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Southern Shrimp Alliance, Tarpon Springs, FL............  Shrimp Industry Fishing Effort Research Continuation...      $500,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.............................  Bering Sea Crab Management and Research................      $400,000  Murkowski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Harrisburg, PA......  Susquehanna Flood Forecast and Warning System..........    $2,400,000  Mikulski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Authority, Columbus,  MS...  Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Research Center...........    $1,200,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL.....  Nanotoxicology Research................................      $650,000  Shelby
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK.....................  Ocean Acidification Research Center for Alaska.........      $200,000  Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI......................  Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB) Coral Re-        $2,500,000  Inouye; Akaka
                                                                                                                                  search.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of    Sensors for Monitoring Chesapeake Bay Watershed Health.    $2,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                        Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Solomons, MD.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Sea Grant Law Center..........................      $750,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Institute for Undersea Science and Technology     $5,550,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  (NIUST).
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA..............  Pontchartrain Basin Restoration........................      $250,000  Landrieu; Vitter
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Science Consortium for Ocean Replenishment.............      $500,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Storm Surge and Flooding Disaster Mitigation...........      $500,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Marine Aquaculture Lab Operations......................    $4,000,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Vermont, Burlington, VT...................  Lake Champlain Emerging Threats Initiative.............      $500,000  Leahy
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI........  Center for Water Technology and Policy.................    $4,500,000  Kohl
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT.................  Great Salt Lake Institute..............................      $150,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  Great Bay Resource Protection Partnership, Portsmouth,    Great Bay Land Acquisition.............................    $2,575,000  Gregg
                                                                        NH.
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater      Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center Lease Buy Down....    $1,000,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                        Preserve, Alpena, MI.
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  University of Hawaii, Pearl Harbor, HI..................  Rehabilitation of SSP Kaimalino........................    $3,000,000  Inouye
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Office, Cape Girardeau,   Missouri Sheriff's Meth-amphetamine Relief Team            $1,700,000  Bond
                                                                        MO.                                                       (MOSMART).
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  City of Greenville, Greenville, MS......................  Greenville/Delta Regional Meth Enforcement Initiative..      $100,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Colorado Meth Project, Denver, CO.......................  ``Not Even Once'' Campaign.............................      $500,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Georgia Meth Project, Atlanta, GA.......................  Georgia Meth Project...................................      $300,000  Chambliss; Isakson
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Greene County Sheriff's Department, Leakesville, MS.....  Anti-Meth Activity Enforcement and Education Project...      $200,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Jackson County Board of Supervisors, Pascagoula, MS.....  Methamphetamine Enforcement and Clean-up in Jackson          $200,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                                                                  County.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Jefferson County, Golden, CO............................  Methamphetamine Interdiction and Response..............      $200,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA......................  National Methamphetamine Training and Technical            $1,200,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Assistance Center.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA......................  Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative............    $1,000,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Shawnee Regional Prevention and Recovery, Topeka, KS....  Kansas Methamphetamine Prevention Project..............      $250,000  Brownback
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Sioux City Police Department, Sioux City, IA............  National Training Center...............................      $200,000  Harkin; Grassley
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team, Coquille, OR....  South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team (SCINT).........      $350,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Nashville, TN........  Tennessee Meth Task Force..............................    $1,435,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Virginia State Police, Wytheville, VA...................  Southwest Virginia Drug Task Force Assistance..........      $500,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Bexar County Sheriff, San Antonio, TX...................  Sheriff's Office Vehicle Technology Enhancement Proj-        $150,000  Cornyn
                                                                                                                                  ect.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Blount County, Blount County, TN........................  Blount County Interoperable Communications.............      $400,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Borough of Naugatuck, Naugatuck, CT.....................  Public Safety Communications Project...................      $500,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Bowling Green Police Department, Bowling Green, KY......  Public Safety Radio System Upgrade.....................      $200,000  Bunning
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cecil County Department of Emergency Services, Elkton,    Cecil County Public Safety Communications Network......      $650,000  Mikulski
                                                                        MD.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Central Texas Council of Governments, Belton, TX........  Central Texas Project 25 Interoperability Initiative...      $250,000  Cornyn
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Centre County, Bellefonte, PA...........................  Centre County Emergency Communications System Upgrade..      $300,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Charleston County, Charleston, SC.......................  Mobile Data Terminals..................................      $125,000  Graham
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cherry Hill Township, Cherry Hill, NJ...................  Cherry Hill Township Public Safety Improvements........      $100,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle Butte, SD.............  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Emergency Dispatching System      $200,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Alexandria Police Department, KY, Alexandria,     Kentucky Data Interoperability Project.................      $200,000  McConnell; Bunning
                                                                        KY.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Allentown, Allentown, PA........................  Allentown Radio Encryption.............................      $300,000  Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Bayonne, Bayonne, NJ............................  Bayonne Law Enforcement Project........................      $150,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Benton, Benton, KY..............................  City of Benton Public Safety Communication Equip-  ment       $35,000  McConnell
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Bethlehem, Bethlehem, PA........................  Multi-Jurisdiction Public Safety Camera Project........      $100,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Billings, Billings, MT..........................  Public Safety Radio System Upgrades....................      $500,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT......................  Public Safety Technology Enhancements..................      $375,000  Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY............................  Buffalo Police Department Surveillance Cameras.........      $175,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Cleveland, Office of the Mayor, Cleveland, OH...  800 MHz Radio System...................................      $250,000  Voinovich; Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Colorado Springs Police Department, Colorado      Police Technology Enhancement..........................      $400,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
                                                                        Springs, CO.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Elizabeth Police Department, Elizabeth, NJ......  Gun Detection Technology System........................      $375,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville, AR..................  Simulcast System for Public Safety Communication.......      $600,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Flint, Flint, MI................................  City of Flint Interoperable Communications Project.....      $500,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Fort Smith Police Department, Fort Smith, AR....  River Valley Mobile Data Network.......................      $400,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Fresno, City of Fresno, CA......................  To provide law enforcement equipment...................      $300,000  Feinstein
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hot Springs Police Department, Hot Springs, AR..  In-Car Video Acquisition...............................      $250,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN..................  Public Safety, Interrogation, and Crime Scene                $200,000  Lugar
                                                                                                                                  Investigation Equipment.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Longview, Longview, WA..........................  Longview Regional 9-1-1 Center Dispatch Improve-  ments      $100,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Muncie, Muncie, IN..............................  MPD Enhanced Technology Initiative.....................      $200,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA..................  Crime Prevention Cameras...............................      $250,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Pine Bluff Police Department, Pine Bluff, AZ....  Gun Detection Technology System........................      $250,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA......................  CrimeWatch Neighborhood Camera Security Systems........    $1,000,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Ranson, Ranson, WV..............................  Crime Tracking/Reporting Initiative....................      $435,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Rochester, Rochester, NH........................  Equipment for the Rochester, NH Police Department......      $135,000  Shaheen
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of San Diego, San Diego, CA........................  Public Safety Technology...............................      $150,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Shelbyville, Shelbyville, IN....................  Shelbyville 800 MHz Radio System.......................      $200,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cobb County Government, Marietta, GA....................  Cobb County Regional Communications Interoperability         $350,000  Isakson; Chambliss
                                                                                                                                  Network.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Commerce City, Commerce City, CO........................  Interoperable Communications Equipment.................      $400,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cottonwood Heights Police Department, Cottonwood          Crime Prevention Technology............................      $150,000  Hatch
                                                                        Heights, UT.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Fresno, Fresno, CA............................  Regional Data Interoperability.........................      $675,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Yolo, City of Woodland, CA....................  Yolo Emergency Communications System Improvements......    $1,000,000  Feinstein; Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Dakota County, Hastings, MN.............................  Criminal Justice Integration Information Network             $600,000  Klobuchar; Franken
                                                                                                                                  (CJIIN) Enhancements.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware State Police, Dover, DE........................  Safety Equipment for Delaware State Police.............      $550,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware State Police, Dover, DE........................  In-Car Camera System for Delaware State Police Patrol        $300,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                                                                  Cars.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware State University, Dover, DE....................  Campus Video 9-1-1 Project.............................      $400,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Department of Oregon State Police, Salem, OR............  Mobile Data (MDT) System...............................      $500,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Dixie State College of Utah, St. George, UT.............  Cybercrime Detection and Computer Support Training.....      $400,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Dona Ana County Sheriff's Office, Las Cruces, NM........  Countywide Simulcast Radio Initiative..................      $500,000  Udall, Tom
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  East Bay Regional Communications System Authority,        East Bay Regional Communications System................    $1,000,000  Feinstein; Boxer
                                                                        Dublin, CA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Fayette County, Uniontown, PA...........................  Fayette County Public Safety Equipment.................      $200,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Gallatin County, Bozeman, MT............................  Mobile Data Improvement Program........................      $650,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Green Bay Police Department, Green Bay, WI..............  Green Bay Police Department Mobile Technology..........       $75,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Gwinnett County Police Department, Lawrenceville, GA....  Gwinnett County Police Department Technology                 $150,000  Chambliss
                                                                                                                                  Improvement.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Hart County Fiscal Court, Kentucky, Munfordville, KY....  Hart County Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades........       $40,000  McConnell
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Hennepin County, Minneapolis, MN........................  Radio Consoles for Sheriff's 9-1-1 Dispatch Center.....      $500,000  Klobuchar; Franken
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office, Hidalgo County, TX.....  Digital Radio System...................................    $1,500,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID........................  Idaho State Police (ISP) Participation in Criminal           $200,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Information Sharing Alliance (CISA) Network.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Interagency Communications Interoperability System Joint  Interagency Communications Interoperability System.....      $200,000  Feinstein
                                                                        Powers Authority, City of Glendale, CA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Interoperability Montana--Local Gov. Association,         Big Sky 11 Consortium Public Safety Interoperable Radio      $150,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                        Helena, MT.                                               System Expansion.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Iowa State Patrol, Des Moines, IA.......................  Digital Video Camera/Computer Upgrade..................      $200,000  Grassley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Iowa State University, Ames, IA.........................  Forensic Science Testing and Evaluation Laboratory.....    $1,000,000  Harkin; Grassley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Lackawanna County, Scranton, PA.........................  Public Safety Radio System Upgrade.....................      $500,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Las Vegas, NV.  Major Crime Scene Response Vehicle.....................      $700,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Lehigh County, Allentown, PA............................  Lehigh Valley Regional Crime Center....................      $400,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Madison Police Department, Madison, WI..................  Madison Police Department Communications Upgrade.......      $400,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, WI..............  Milwaukee Police Department In-Squad Cameras...........      $100,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Nevada Department of Public Safety, Carson City, NV.....  Nevada Statewide Computer Aided Dispatch Project.......      $250,000  Reid; Ensign
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission,     North Central Wisconsin Communications System..........      $150,000  Kohl
                                                                        North Central Wisconsin, WI.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  North Texas Interoperable Communications Coalition,       North Texas Interoperable Communications Regional            $250,000  Cornyn
                                                                        Euless, TX.                                               System Upgrade.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oglala Sioux Tribe, Pine Ridge, SD......................  Emergency Response Upgrades............................      $800,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.  Statewide Public Safety Communications System..........      $500,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oklahoma District Attorneys Council, Oklahoma City,  OK.  District Attorneys Security and Technology Project.....      $600,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Pendleton County Commission, Franklin, WV...............  Emergency Radio Communications.........................    $1,500,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR................  Technology/Security Infrastructure Upgrade.............      $250,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Pierce County Sheriff's Office, Tacoma, WA..............  Pierce County First Responders Radio System                $1,250,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Infrastructure Project.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Prince George's County, Upper Marlboro, MD..............  Management Accountability Meeting (CompStat)...........      $500,000  Cardin
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Red Bank Police Department, Red Bank, NJ................  Red Bank Police Department Communication Center........      $100,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Rockdale County Sheriff's Office, Conyers, GA...........  Law Enforcement Mobile Data Network....................      $150,000  Isakson; Chambliss
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Rogers County Sheriff's Office, Claremore, OK...........  Mobile Deputy..........................................      $100,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD........................  Rosebud Sioux Tribe Emergency Dispatching System.......      $200,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Snohomish County Sheriff's Office, Everett, WA..........  Snohomish County Sheriffs Office Automated Information       $200,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Systems.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Somerset County, Skowhegan, ME..........................  Communications Equipment Upgrades......................      $350,000  Collins; Snowe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  South Carolina Judicial Department, Columbia, SC........  South Carolina Courts Statewide Electronic Filing            $200,000  Graham
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  St. Louis County, Duluth, MN............................  St. Louis County Public Safety Interoperability for Law      $500,000  Klobuchar; Franken
                                                                                                                                  Enforcement.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Sullivan County, Sullivan County, IN....................  Sullivan County Emergency Response System..............      $200,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Texarkana Police Department, Texarkana, AR..............  Alternate Emergency Operations Center..................      $500,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Enfield, Enfield, CT............................  Radio Communications Improvement Project...............      $750,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Hammonton, Hammonton, NJ........................  Police Equipment Upgrades..............................      $200,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Township of Maplewood, Maplewood, NJ....................  Maplewood Law Enforcement Project......................      $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Union City, New Jersey, Union City, NJ..................  Union City Law Enforcement Project.....................      $400,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  University of Arkansas at Monticello, Monticello, AR....  Emergency Communications System........................      $500,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Upper Peninsula 15 County Consortium, Marquette, MI.....  Upper Peninsula 15 County Consortium Interoperable           $750,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                                                                                  Communications.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Utah County Major Crimes Task Force, Orem, UT...........  Utah Law Enforcement Technology Improvement Initia-          $915,000  Bennett
                                                                                                                                  tive.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police, South            Equipment Support for Local Police Departments.........      $100,000  Sanders
                                                                        Burlington, VT.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT......  Mobile Data Project....................................      $500,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Department of States Attorneys and Sheriffs,      Equipment Support for Sheriffs' Departments............      $100,000  Sanders
                                                                        Montpelier, VT.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont State Police, Waterbury, VT.....................  Mobile Video Project...................................      $100,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vineland Police Department, Vineland, NJ................  Gun Detection Technology System........................      $375,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Warrick County, Warrick County, IN......................  Warrick County Interoperable Communications............      $200,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Washoe County Sheriff's Office, Reno, NV................  Police Equipment.......................................      $425,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, Detroit, MI...........  Go Green Technology & Equipment........................      $350,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Wichita, Kansas, Police Department, Wichita, KS.........  In-Car Cameras for Police Vehicles.....................      $600,000  Roberts
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Will County, Joliet, IL.................................  Will County Sheriff's Department.......................      $250,000  Durbin; Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  180 Turning Lives Around, Inc., Hazlet, NJ..............  180 Child and Teen Violence Reduction and Treatment          $400,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Expansion.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Acadiana Criminalistics Laboratory, New Iberia, LA......  Acadiana Criminalistics Laboratory.....................      $100,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ACCESS, Dearborn, MI....................................  ACCESS Youth and Family Services Center................    $1,000,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Advanced Science and Technology Adjudication Resource     Initiative to deploy judges trained in forensic science      $500,000  Mikulski
                                                                        Center, Inc. (ASTAR), Washington, DC.                     and technology law.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama Department of Forensics, Montgomery, AL.........  Alabama Department of Forensics........................    $3,000,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama Department of Public Safety, Montgomery, AL.....  Operation Swordphish...................................    $3,000,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery,  AL.  Computer Forensic, Victim Restitution, and Drug            $4,300,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Prevention Initiatives.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PA........................  Mobile Crime Scene Unit................................      $500,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Arkansas State Police, Statewide, AR....................  Police Body Armor Acquisition..........................      $300,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Atlantic County Sheriff's Office, Mays Landing, NJ......  Atlantic County Law Enforcement Street Crimes Task           $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Force (LESCTF).
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Baltimore City Mayor's Office of Employment Development,  Re-Entry Center at the Northwest One-Stop Career Cen-        $500,000  Cardin
                                                                        Baltimore, MD.                                            ter.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, MD.........  Baltimore City Crime Laboratory Improvements...........    $1,500,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, MD.........  Baltimore City Gun Violence Reduction Initiative.......    $1,000,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Bergen Community College, Paramus, NJ...................  Center for Suburban Criminal Justice...................      $100,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Bolivar County Board of Supervisors, Cleveland, MS......  Sheriff Department Response Improvement and Upgrade          $100,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Project.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Bonner County, Sandpoint, ID............................  Idaho Cooperative Agencies' Wireless Interoperable           $200,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Network.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Border Area Mental Health Services, Inc., Silver City,    Jail Diversion Project.................................      $200,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
                                                                        NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Borough of Cliffside Park, Cliffside Park, NJ...........  Public Safety Communications Enhancements..............      $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Boyd Law School, Las Vegas, NV..........................  Kids' Court School.....................................      $300,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Business Council of New Orleans & the River Region        New Orleans Violent Crime Reduction Initiative.........    $1,000,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                        (BCNO)/New Orleans Crime Coalition (NOCC), New Orleans
                                                                        and Gretna, LA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Caddo Parish District Attorney, Shreveport, LA..........  Northwest Louisiana Sexual Predator Task Force.........      $250,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  California State Department of Justice, Bureau of         California Department of Justice Digital Forensic            $500,000  Feinstein
                                                                        Narcotics Enforcement, City of Sacramento, CA.            Evidence Laboratories.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  CARE Law Program, Carson City, NV.......................  Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)............      $100,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Carson City, Carson City, NV............................  Courthouse and Juvenile Facilities Security Upgrades...      $300,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  CASA de Maryland, Inc., Langley Park, MD................  Langley Park Community-Based Crime Prevention                $750,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cedar City Police Department/Safety Solutions Coalition,  Prescription Drug and Over the Counter Drug Abuse            $300,000  Hatch
                                                                        Cedar City, UT.                                           Strategic Education and Empowerment Project.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Center for Women Policy Studies, Washington, DC.........  National Institute on State Policy on Trafficking of         $500,000  Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Women and Girls.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, Charlotte,  NC.  Gang of One & Police Activities League--Youth Initia-        $400,000  Burr; Hagan
                                                                                                                                  tive.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle Butte, SD.............  Justice System.........................................    $1,000,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Alexandria, Alexandria, KY......................  Kentucky Data Interoperability System..................      $100,000  McConnell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Belzoni, Belzoni, MS............................  Belzoni, MS, Police Technology Upgrades................      $100,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Boulder, Boulder, NV............................  Regional Law Enforcement Training Facility.............      $500,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Denton, Denton, TX..............................  Regional Public Safety Training Facility Technology &        $300,000  Hutchison
                                                                                                                                  Equipment.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Denver, Denver, CO..............................  Gang Suppression.......................................      $500,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Detroit, Detroit, MI............................  Detroit Police Department Tenth Precinct's Project Safe      $400,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                                                                                  Haven.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Duluth Police Department, Duluth, MN............  Forensic Technology Task Force Project.................      $175,000  Klobuchar; Franken
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Eagan, Eagan, MN................................  Public Safety Center Equipment.........................      $100,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of East Providence, East Providence, RI............  Public Safety Mobile Data Terminals....................      $200,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Great Falls, Great Falls, MT....................  Police Department Emergency Equipment Replacement......      $100,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Henderson, Henderson, NV........................  Regional Public Safety Training Facility...............      $600,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of High Point, High Point/Guilford, NC.............  Domestic Violence Initiative...........................      $200,000  Hagan
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Holladay, Holladay, UT..........................  Gang Prevention Initiative.............................      $100,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Jersey City, Jersey City, NJ....................  Comprehensive Communication System.....................      $350,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Laredo, Laredo, TX..............................  Laredo Police Safe Borders Initiative..................    $1,200,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Manchester, Manchester, NH......................  Equipment for the Manchester Police Department.........      $300,000  Shaheen
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Monroe Police Department, Monroe, LA............  Monroe Police Department, CBRNE Incident Response            $125,000  Vitter
                                                                                                                                  Vehicle.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches, TX....................  City of Nacogdoches, Texas, Firearms/Use-of-Force            $100,000  Cornyn
                                                                                                                                  Training Facilities Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of New Haven, New Haven, CT........................  Northeast Regional Law Enforcement Training............      $300,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Newton, Newton, MA..............................  Communications Tower...................................      $300,000  Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Pascagoula, Pascagoula, MS......................  City of Pascagoula Police Department Document Imaging        $100,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  System.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Peoria, Peoria, IL..............................  Drug intervention program..............................      $100,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA..................  Philadelphia Youth Violence Reduction Partnership......    $1,000,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Providence, Providence, RI......................  Predictive Policing Initiative.........................      $500,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Racine, Racine, WI..............................  Racine Gang Crime Diversion Program....................      $150,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg, MS........................  Vicksburg Police Technology Upgrades...................      $100,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Warwick, Warwick, RI............................  Warwick Police Vehicles................................      $300,000  Reed
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Waukegan, Waukegan, IL..........................  Waukegan Police Department.............................      $450,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Yonkers Police Department, Yonkers, NY..........  The Westside Anti-Violence Effort (WAVE)...............      $500,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Clackamas County, Oregon City, OR.......................  Clackamas County Interagency Poly-Drug Enforcement and       $400,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                                                                                  Treatment Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Communities In Schools, Lewisburg, WV...................  Communities In Schools of West Virginia................    $3,000,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Connecticut Commission on Child Protection, Hartford, CT  KidsVoice At-Risk Children Services....................      $350,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Connecticut State University System, Hartford, CT.......  Family Justice Center..................................      $300,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Mercer, Trenton, NJ...........................  County-wide Public Safety Radio Communications Proj-         $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  ect.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Monterey, Salinas, CA.........................  Street & Anti-Gang Project (aka: Gang Task Force)......      $500,000  Feinstein; Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Ventura Sheriff's Department, Ventura, CA.....  Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Team Task           $500,000  Boxer
                                                                                                                                  Force.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Rural Executive Management Institute...................      $900,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Arkansas Illicit Drug Initiative.......................      $800,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Daviess County Fiscal Court, Owensboro, KY..............  Daviess County Detention Center Security Upgrades......      $200,000  Bunning
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Dawson County Sheriff's Office, Glendive, MT............  Law Enforcement Equipment Upgrades.....................      $150,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Disability Rights Vermont, Inc., Montpelier, VT.........  Vermont Communications Support Project.................      $100,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Downriver Community Conference, Southgate, MI...........  Downriver Mutual Aid System Preparedness V.............      $750,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  DuPage County, Wheaton, IL..............................  DuPage County Department of Probation & Court Services.      $150,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  East Central University, Ada, OK........................  Campus Safety and Security Enhancement Program.........      $300,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Eau Claire County, Eau Claire County, WI................  Achieving Employment for Eau Claire County Treatment          $75,000  Kohl
                                                                                                                                  Court Participants.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  El Paso County, El Paso, TX.............................  El Paso County Border Security Initiative..............      $150,000  Cornyn
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Family Service League, Inc., Huntington, NY.............  Fresh Start: A Gang Prevention Program.................      $500,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Fulton County, Atlanta, GA..............................  Highway Narcotics Interdiction Team....................      $200,000  Chambliss
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  George County Regional Correctional Facility, Lucedale,   George County Regional Correctional Facility Equipment       $100,000  Cochran
                                                                        MS.                                                       Upgrade.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Grambling State University, Grambling, LA...............  Creating Honorable Opportunities that Involve                $200,000  Landrieu
                                                                                                                                  Community, Education, and Service (CHOICES).
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Hamilton County, Hamilton County, TN....................  Hamilton County Regional Law Enforcement Center........      $600,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Heartland Family Service, Inc., Council Bluffs, IA......  Residential Methamphetamine Treatment in Southwestern        $600,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Iowa Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Helena Police Department, Helena, MT....................  Helena Police Department Equipment.....................      $250,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Helena Regional Airport Authority, Helena, MT...........  Rocky Mountain Emergency Services Training Facility....      $300,000  Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Hidalgo County Sheriff, Edinburg, TX....................  Hidalgo County Sheriff's Office Radio Communication          $100,000  Cornyn
                                                                                                                                  Proposal.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Honolulu Police Department, Honolulu, HI................  Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)...............    $5,000,000  Inouye; Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Howard County Government, Ellicott City, MD.............  Howard County Family Justice Center....................      $900,000  Mikulski; Cardin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Idaho Department of Correction, Boise, ID...............  NCOMS Medical and Mental Health Sharing Software             $200,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Development.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID........................  Western Regional Microanalysis/Trace Analysis Forensic       $200,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Laboratory.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Independent Development Enterprise Alliance, Portland,    Project Clean Slate....................................      $450,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                        OR.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, IA..........  Iowa Central Law Enforcement Training Center...........      $200,000  Harkin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA..........................  Health and Law Project.................................      $400,000  Harkin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa State University, Ames, IA.........................  ISEAGE: Internet-Scale Event and Attack Generation           $200,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Environment.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Jackson State University, Jackson, MS...................  National Center for Biodefense Communications  (NCBC)..    $1,000,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL.........  Cybersecurity Training Project.........................      $200,000  Sessions
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, Oskaloosa, KS........  Northeast Kansas Regional AFIS.........................      $600,000  Brownback; Roberts
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute at Wichita   Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute at Wichita      $290,000  Brownback; Roberts
                                                                        State University, Wichita, KS.                            State University.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Kauai and Hawaii County Police Departments, Lihue and     Kauai and Hawaii Counties Police Departments...........    $3,200,000  Inouye
                                                                        Hilo, HI.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  King County Sheriff's Office, Seattle, WA...............  King County Sheriff's Office Gang Intervention Initia-       $400,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  tive.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Laraway Youth and Family Services, Inc., Johnson, VT....  Youth Services Program.................................      $200,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Lawrence County, MS, Sheriff's Office, Monticello, MS...  Lawrence County Sheriff's Office Technology Upgrade....      $100,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Lincoln/Lancaster County Child Advocacy Center, Inc.,     Child Advocacy Center, Lincoln, Nebraska...............      $250,000  Nelson, Ben
                                                                        Lincoln, NE.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Local Initiatives Support Corporation, New York, NY.....  Local Initiatives Support Corporation--Community Safety      $200,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, Lower Brule, SD................  Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Court Services Project.........      $200,000  Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Major Cities Chiefs of Police Association, Salt Lake      The National Crime Map Expansion.......................      $300,000  Bennett
                                                                        City, UT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Marshall University, Huntington, WV.....................  Forensics Science Center DNA Laboratory................    $4,325,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Marshall University, Huntington, WV.....................  Computer Forensics Initiative..........................      $785,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center (MCVRC), Upper    Legal Services for Victims of Crime....................      $500,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Marlboro, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation,   Mortgage Fraud Enforcement Teams.......................      $500,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Baltimore, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Maui Economic Opportunity, Wailuku, HI..................  Being Empowered and Safe Together (BEST) Reintegration       $750,000  Akaka
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  McLean County, Bloomington, IL..........................  McLean County Court Services...........................      $250,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC..................  Methodist University Cyber Security Education and            $250,000  Burr; Hagan
                                                                                                                                  Training Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Metropolitan Crime Commission, New Orleans, LA..........  Metropolitan Crime Commission..........................      $500,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault,      Meeting the Expanding Demand for Sexual Violence             $400,000  Bond
                                                                        Kansas City, MO.                                          Services in the Greater Kansas City Area: MOCSA's
                                                                                                                                  Responsibility and Response.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Middlesex Community College (MCC) and the North Eastern   Regional Crime Analysis Resource Center................      $800,000  Kerry
                                                                        Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC), Lowell,
                                                                        MA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Milwaukee Safe & Sound, Milwaukee, WI...................  Milwaukee Safe & Sound Project Enhancements............      $500,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Mississippi Center for Police & Sheriffs, Raymond, MS...  Domestic Violence Prevention & Prosecution.............      $235,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Mississippi State University, Department of Computer      Mississippi State University Law Enforcement               $1,000,000  Cochran
                                                                        Science and Engineering, Starkville, MS.                  Intelligence Gathering and Analysis.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  MSU Cyber Crime Initiative and National Consortium for     $1,565,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                                                                  Digital Forensics Training.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Missoula YWCA, Missoula, MT.............................  Battered Women and Children's Shelter..................      $750,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Monroe County Department of Public Safety, Rochester, NY  Monroe County Sex Offender GPS Surveillance Program....      $300,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montana State University-Billings, Billings, MT.........  Academic and Workforce Development Program at the            $350,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                                                                                  Montana Women's Prison.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montana Supreme Court, Helena, MT.......................  Montana Drug Courts....................................      $300,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montgomery County Department of Correction and            Offender Employment Project............................      $200,000  Cardin
                                                                        Rehabilitation, Rockville, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montrose County, Montrose, CO...........................  Montrose County Justice Center Equipment Upgrades......      $200,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage, AK................  Sexual Assault Forensic Nursing Services...............      $400,000  Begich
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage, AK................  Anchorage Domestic Violence Prevention Project.........      $350,000  Begich
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Nashville Drug Court, Nashville, TN.....................  Nashville Drug Court...................................      $500,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Nassau County Police Department, Mineola, NY............  Nassau County Police Department's Operation Street           $500,000  Schumer
                                                                                                                                  Sweeper Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges,     Judicial Training, Research, and Technical Assistance        $150,000  Reid; Ensign; Landrieu; Bennett;
                                                                        Reno, NV.                                                 Project.                                                               Hatch; Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges,     Child Abuse Training for Judicial Personnel and              $350,000  Reid; Ensign; Specter; Bennett;
                                                                        Reno, NV.                                                 Practitioners.                                                         Landrieu; Hatch; Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Crime Victim Law Institute, Portland, OR.......  Crime Victims' Rights Enforcement Project..............      $400,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Crime Victim Law Institute, City of Portland,    National Crime Victim Law Institute....................    $2,500,000  Feinstein; Bennett
                                                                        OR.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National District Attorneys Association, Columbia, SC...  National Advocacy Center (NAC).........................      $250,000  Graham; Landrieu; Pryor;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Alexander; Kerry; Lincoln;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Hagan
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Judicial College, Reno, NV.....................  Judicial Education and Scholarships for Judges.........      $500,000  Reid; Ensign
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Native American Law Enforcement Summit, Minneapolis, MN.  Indian Crime Awareness Research and Evaluation (ICARE).      $375,000  Franken
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Castle County Police Department, New Castle, DE.....  New Castle County Police Department Technology               $150,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                                                                  Improvements.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Jersey Association of School Resource Officers, Fort  SPEAK UP Hotline Outreach and Public Education.........      $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                        Lee, NJ.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ..........  User-Authenticating Personalized Weapon................      $350,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts, Santa     Drug Court Program.....................................      $250,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
                                                                        Fe, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Corrections Department, Santa Fe, NM.........  Prisoner Reentry Initiative............................      $250,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Santa Fe, NM....  Auto Theft Task Force..................................      $650,000  Bingaman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League,            Anti-Gang and Mentorship Program.......................      $200,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
                                                                        Albuquerque, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New York City Outward Bound, Bronx, NY..................  Building Strong Minds & Strong Bodies for At-Risk            $100,000  Gillibrand
                                                                                                                                  Youth.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Newberry College, Newberry, SC..........................  Forensics Chemistry Program............................      $175,000  Graham
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  North Carolina Sheriffs' Association, Inc., Raleigh, NC.  Sheriffs Training and Technical Assistance.............      $500,000  Hagan
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Northern Virginia Gang Task Force, Leesburg, VA.........  Northern Virginia Gang Task Force......................    $1,000,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Northwest Family Services, Inc., Alva, OK...............  Outreach Prevention and Community......................      $100,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Nye County, Pahrump, NV.................................  Nye County Jail Security Enhancements..................      $600,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oakhurst Outreach, White Sulphur Springs, WV............  Transitional Living....................................      $350,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Office of the Attorney General of Virginia, Richmond,     Virginia Triad Crime Prevention for Senior Citizens....      $100,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Office of the Queens County District Attorney, Kew        To Combat Financial Exploitation of the Elderly........      $250,000  Schumer
                                                                        Gardens, NY.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oglala Sioux Tribe, Pine Ridge, SD......................  Department of Public Safety............................    $1,000,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Ohio Attorney General, Columbus, OH.....................  Fugitive Safe Surrender................................      $500,000  Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI), Oklahoma   Oklahoma Participation in the Criminal Information           $300,000  Inhofe
                                                                        City, OK.                                                 Sharing Alliance Network (CISAnet).
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oklahoma State University--Center for Health Sciences,    Forensic Science Equipment.............................      $500,000  Inhofe
                                                                        Tulsa, OK.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oregon Department of Justice, Criminal Justice Division,  Child Pornography Investigation and Prosecution Team...    $1,000,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                        Salem, OR.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Partnership of African American Churches, Institute,  WV  Empowering Communities.................................      $300,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Partnership of Community Resources, Minden, NV..........  Western Nevada Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention      $500,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Pegasus Research Foundation, Little Rock, AR............  Nationwide Pegasus Program.............................      $200,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Pemberton Township, Pemberton, NJ.......................  Youth Against Gang Program.............................      $200,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR), Enola, PA...  HERO Project Media Campaign............................      $250,000  Casey
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force, Hopkinsville, Kentucky,   Pennyrile Narcotics Task Force Equipment and Training..      $250,000  McConnell
                                                                        Hopkinsville, KY.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Phoenix House, Austin, TX...............................  Adolescent Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery            $750,000  Hutchison
                                                                                                                                  Services for Williamson County Youth.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Phoenix House, Springfield, MA..........................  Phoenix House Drug Treatment Enhancement Initiative for      $700,000  Kerry
                                                                                                                                  Western Massachusetts.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office, Belle Chase, LA....  Plaquemines Parish Sheriff's Office....................      $175,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Polk County, Des Moines, IA.............................  Polk County Jail Diversion Program.....................      $150,000  Harkin; Grassley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Potter County, Roulette, PA.............................  Potter County Community Re-entry Project...............      $100,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Ramsey County Community Corrections, St. Paul, MN.......  The Ramsey County Young Adult Offender Transitions           $200,000  Franken
                                                                                                                                  Project.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Resurrection Health Care, Resurrection Behavioral         Pyschiatric Services Expansion at Resurrection               $200,000  Burris
                                                                        Health, Chicago, IL.                                      Behavioral Health.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rhode Island Commission on Prejudice and Bias,            Hate Crimes/Civil Rights Training and Education: Law          $50,000  Whitehouse
                                                                        Providence, RI.                                           Enforcement and Our Schools.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rhode Island Family Court, Providence, RI...............  Rhode Island Family Treatment Drug Court...............      $350,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  RiverStone Health, Billings, MT.........................  Community Crisis Center Operations.....................      $500,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. (RMSC),       Simulation and Visualization Technology Upgrades.......    $1,500,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                        Butte, MT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rose Brooks Center, Kansas City, MO.....................  Rose Brooks Center's Outreach Therapy Program..........      $400,000  Bond
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD........................  Justice System.........................................    $1,000,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Roseland CeaseFire Project Inc., Chicago, IL............  Roseland CeaseFire Project Inc./ICAN...................      $500,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA.......................  Pierce County Regional Gang Prevention Partnership.....      $200,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX............  Regional Crime Lab.....................................    $2,750,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  San Diego Superior Court, City of San Diego, CA.........  San Diego Superior Court Case Management System........    $1,000,000  Feinstein
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sandoval County, Bernalillo, NM.........................  Restorative Justice Program............................      $150,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sheriff's Office of Cook County, Chicago, IL............  Reentry program at Cook County Jail....................      $350,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Simon Wiesenthal Center, New York, NY...................  Tools for Tolerance....................................    $1,000,000  Schumer; Boxer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sojourner Family Peace Center, Milwaukee, WI............  Milwaukee Family Justice Center........................      $150,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  South Royalton Legal Clinic, S. Royalton, VT............  Legal Assistance Program for the Underserved...........      $100,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL............  Veterans legal assistance program......................      $250,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX...............  Effective Strategies for Protecting Women from Sexual      $1,000,000  Hutchison
                                                                                                                                  Coercion and Assault.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Spokane County Sheriff's Office, Spokane, WA............  Spokane Sheriff's Office Regional First Responders.....      $500,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort Yates, ND...............  Standing Rock Juvenile Prevention Services.............      $500,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.............................  Rural Drug and Alcohol Interdiction and Prosecution....      $500,000  Murkowski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Alaska, Juneau, AK.............................  Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Prevention............      $500,000  Murkowski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Iowa, Department of Public Health, Polk, Scott,  Jail-Based Substance Abuse Treatment...................    $1,200,000  Harkin
                                                                        Story, and Woodbury Counties, IA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Iowa, Office of Drug Control Policy, Des         Meth & Other Drug Enforcement (MODE)...................    $1,500,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                        Moines, IA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Iowa, Office of Drug Control Policy, Des         Drug Endangered Children (DEC).........................      $300,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                        Moines, IA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Stearns County, St. Cloud, MN...........................  Stearns County Felony Domestic Violence Court..........      $300,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Stevenson University, Owings Mills, MD..................  Stevenson University Cyber Forensics Curriculum........      $775,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Suffolk County Police Department, Hauppauge, NY.........  Gun, Gang and Heroin Suppression Initiative............      $200,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Taylorsville, Taylorsville, UT..........................  Police Technology--Taylorsville........................      $250,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Tennessee 14th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime   14th Judicial District Drug and Violent Crime Task           $165,000  Alexander
                                                                        Task Force, Manchester, TN.                               Force.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Township of Nutley, Nutley, NJ..........................  Township of Nutley Police and Emergency Services             $275,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Interoperability Equipment Upgrade.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Troy University, Troy, AL...............................  Computer Forensics Institute and Lab...................      $600,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK.........................  Campus Police Force....................................      $100,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  UNC Greensboro, Greensboro, NC..........................  Project PREVENT: Preventing Violence against Women and       $300,000  Hagan
                                                                                                                                  Children by Engaging Information Technology.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Unified Government of KCK, Wyandotte Co., Kansas City,    Unified Government of KCK, Wyandotte Co................      $200,000  Brownback; Roberts
                                                                        KS.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck, ND...........  Tribal Law Enforcement Training........................    $1,000,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Little Rock, AR..  Juvenile Justice Center................................      $500,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL..........  Ceasefire at the University of Illinois at Chicago.....      $500,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Memphis, Memphis, TN......................  Memphis-Shelby County Operation Safe Community.........      $500,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law........    $2,000,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND.............  Native Americans Into Law..............................      $300,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Mississippi Automated System Project...................    $1,450,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Mississippi Rural Law Enforcement Training.............      $300,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Indoor Cannabis Eradication Technical Support..........      $250,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN..................  University of Tennessee Law Enforcement Innovation           $500,000  Alexander
                                                                                                                                  Center.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Utica Police Department, Utica, NY......................  Law Enforcement Applications for Policing (LEAP) in          $500,000  Schumer
                                                                                                                                  Cyber Space.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife, Waterbury,  VT.  Equipment support for rural law enforcement officers...      $100,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT......  Vermont Drug Task Force................................    $1,000,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vermont Department of States Attorneys and Sheriffs, St.  Model Special Investigative Unit.......................      $850,000  Leahy
                                                                        Albans, VT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vermont Legal Aid, Inc., Burlington, VT.................  Vermont Employment Law Project.........................      $100,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Veterans Outreach Center, Inc., Rochester, NY...........  Veterans Alternative to Incarceration Program..........      $200,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Virginia Community Action Re-Entry System, Inc.,          PAPIS: Virginia for Reentry............................       $80,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        Richmond, VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Visiting Nurse Association, Omaha, NE...................  Comprehensive Home Visitation Services to Young, At-         $565,000  Nelson, Ben
                                                                                                                                  Risk Mothers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Warren County Fiscal Court, Kentucky, Bowling Green,  KY  Warren County Emergency Management Agency Improvements.      $100,000  McConnell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  West Valley City, West Valley, UT.......................  Salt Lake Area Chief's Alliance Forensic/DNA Lab and         $750,000  Bennett; Hatch
                                                                                                                                  Evidence Processing Facility.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV................  Forensic Science and Identification Program............    $4,000,000  Rockefeller
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  White Pine County, Ely, NV..............................  Public Safety Project..................................      $400,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Wilmington Department of Police, Wilmington, DE.........  Police Weapons Range Improvement.......................    $1,425,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Winona State University, Winona, MN.....................  National Child Protection Training Center..............      $500,000  Klobuchar; Franken
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Winston County Sheriff's Office, Louisville, MS.........  Winston County Sheriff's Office Technology Upgrade and       $100,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Personnel.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Yakima County, Yakima, WA...............................  Yakima County Violent Crimes Task Force................      $750,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA Dayton, Dayton, OH.................................  Domestic Violence Shelter..............................      $300,000  Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH..............  Domestic Violence Protection Program...................      $200,000  Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA of Hawaii County and YWCA of Kauai County, Hilo and  Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Prevention Services..      $400,000  Akaka
                                                                        Lihue, HI.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ZERO TO THREE, New Orleans, LA..........................  Orleans Parish Court Team for Maltreated Infants and         $300,000  Landrieu
                                                                                                                                  Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers,     Cherokee Court Team for Maltreated Infants and Todd-         $300,000  Hagan
                                                                        and Families, Cherokee, NC.                               lers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ZERO TO THREE, Des Moines, IA...........................  Des Moines Court Team for Maltreated Infants and             $300,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ZERO TO THREE, White Earth, MN..........................  White Earth Court Team for Maltreated Infants and            $200,000  Klobuchar; Franken
                                                                                                                                  Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  ZERO TO THREE: National Center for Infants, Toddlers,     Forrest County Court Team for Maltreated Infants and         $200,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                        and Families, Washington, DC.                             Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Academy for Urban School Leadership, Chicago, IL........  Youth violence prevention program......................      $450,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Artists Collective, Hartford, CT........................  Delinquency Prevention Program.........................      $500,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  AS220, Providence, RI...................................  AS220 Labs.............................................      $200,000  Reed
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Baltimore Chesapeake Bay Outward Bound Center,            Outward Bound At-Risk Youth Development Program........    $1,000,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Baltimore, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Big Brothers Big Sisters New Mexico Consortium,           Youth Mentoring Initiative.............................      $200,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
                                                                        Statewide, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson & Union         Comprehensive Mentoring Program........................      $400,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                        Counties, Newark, NJ.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Bolder Options, Rochester, MN...........................  Bolder Options Rochester Expansion.....................      $100,000  Klobuchar; Franken
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys & Girls Club of Burlington, Burlington, VT.........  Early Promise Program..................................      $150,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys & Girls Clubs in New Jersey, Morristown, NJ........  Gang Prevention Through Targeted Outreach..............      $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys & Girls Clubs, Honolulu, HI........................  Outreach to Youth in Isolated and Rural Communities--      $1,500,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  Phase 2: Building a Technology Bridge.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys Town Nebraska, Omaha, Omaha, NE....................  Boys Town Day School, Omaha, NE........................      $250,000  Nelson, Ben
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Cal Ripken, Sr., Foundation, Baltimore, MD..............  Cal Ripken, Sr., Foundation At-Risk Youth Mentoring        $1,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Programs.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Casa Central, Chicago, IL...............................  After school enrichment program........................      $350,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Chavez County, Roswell, NM..............................  Juvenile Justice Comprehensive Strategy Board..........      $200,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Chicago Jesuit Academy, Chicago, IL.....................  Chicago Jesuit Academy's After-School Enrichment             $100,000  Burris
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Children's Cabinet, Reno, NV............................  Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Prevention and Treatment...      $175,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Christian Activity Center, East St Louis, IL............  After school enrichment program........................      $250,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT......................  Lighthouse After-School Program........................      $500,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Brighton, Brighton, CO..........................  Workforce Development for At-Risk Youth................      $500,000  Udall, Mark; Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Fairfield, Fairfield, CA........................  Matt Garcia PAL Center.................................      $175,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Iola, Kansas, Iola, KS..........................  City of Iola Program for At-Risk Youth.................      $110,000  Roberts
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Moultrie, Moultrie, GA..........................  R.D. Smith After School Program (RDSASP)...............      $150,000  Chambliss
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Rochester, Rochester, NY........................  After-School Jobs Program for At-Risk Youth............    $1,000,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Seattle, Seattle, WA............................  Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative...........      $100,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of South Salt Lake, South Salt Lake, UT............  Pete Suazo Center......................................      $100,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Waterbury, Waterbury, CT........................  Waterbury Truancy Clinic...............................      $800,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Communities In Schools of Brunswick County, Inc.,         Action for Success--Dropout Prevention Project.........      $300,000  Hagan
                                                                        Brunswick County, NC.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Community Conferencing Center, Baltimore, MD............  Community Conferencing Court Diversion for Juvenile          $200,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Offenders.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Crow Creek Sioux Tribe, Fort Thompson, SD...............  Three Districts Boys & Girls Club......................      $150,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, Columbus, OH.......  Every Child Counts.....................................      $500,000  Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  DREAM Program, Inc., Winooski, VT.......................  Village Mentoring Model................................      $200,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT...  Dual Enrollment Initiative for At-Risk Youth...........      $200,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Epworth Village, York, NE...............................  Behavioral Services for At-Risk Youth in Rural               $700,000  Nelson, Ben
                                                                                                                                  Communities.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Friends of the Children Portland, Portland, OR..........  Child Investment Initiative............................      $300,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Girl Scouts of the USA, New York, NY....................  Girl Scouts Beyond Bars................................    $1,000,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Hawaii Council on Economic Education, Honolulu, HI......  Financial Education for At-Risk Youth and Families.....      $350,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Improved Solutions for Urban Systems, Dayton, OH........  Court Involved Drop-Out Youth Re-Engagement............      $250,000  Voinovich; Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore and Fort Meade,  MD  Kennedy Krieger Institute Juvenile Delinquency               $500,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Prevention Program at Fort Meade.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Kenosha Boys & Girls Club, Kenosha, WI..................  Kenosha Boys & Girls Club Gang Prevention..............      $150,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Latin American Youth Center, Washington, DC.............  Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers...................      $750,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Lawrence Hall Youth Services, Chicago, IL...............  Youth violence prevention program......................      $450,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Lourdes College, Sylvania, OH...........................  At-Risk Youth Student Success Mentoring Initiative.....      $500,000  Brown, Sherrod
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Maryland Association of Youth Services Bureaus,           Maryland Association of Youth Services Bureaus.........    $1,000,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Greenbelt, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Mass Mentoring Partnership, Boston, MA..................  Mentoring Programs for At-Risk Children and Youth......      $360,000  Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Men Engaged in Nonviolence, Taos, NM....................  Crime Prevention Initiative............................      $200,000  Bingaman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, New York, NY....  Study on At-Risk Teens.................................      $150,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Moody County Boys & Girls Club, Flandreau, SD...........  Boys & Girls Club Educational Programs.................      $100,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Mosholu Montefiore Community Center, Bronx, NY..........  MMCC Co-Op City Youth Center...........................      $375,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  New Mexico Juvenile Justice Continuum, Statewide, NM....  Statewide Juvenile Justice Initiative..................      $500,000  Bingaman; Udall, Tom
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Northern Forest Canoe Trail, Waitsfield, VT.............  Explorers Program......................................      $300,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Northwest Virginia Regional Gang Task Force, Berryville,  Northwest Virginia Regional Gang Task Force............      $500,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Our Children's Homestead, Rockford, IL..................  Foster youth support program...........................      $200,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Permanent Fund, Montpelier, VT..........................  Mentoring Collaborative................................      $500,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Roca, Chelsea, MA.......................................  Roca Springfield Project...............................      $500,000  Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Save The Children, Washington, DC.......................  Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Program................      $500,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  SEED School of Maryland, Baltimore, MD..................  SEED Maryland Student Life Program.....................      $500,000  Cardin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Starr Commonwealth, Albion, MI..........................  At-Risk Youth Program Technology Improvements..........      $250,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Team Focus, Inc., Tupelo, MS............................  Mississippi Team Focus Youth Mentoring Program.........      $200,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Team Focus, Morgan, TX..................................  Youth Mentoring Program................................      $500,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Township of Irvington, Irvington, NJ....................  Youth Violence Prevention Initiative...................      $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  University of Montana, Missoula, MT.....................  Montana Safe School Center: Trauma-Informed Communities      $500,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Vermont Department of Children and Families, Waterbury,   At-Risk Youth Assistance Program.......................      $800,000  Sanders
                                                                        VT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Vermont Department of Education, Montpelier, VT.........  Extended Education Programming in Schools..............      $500,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Virginia Early Childhood Foundation, Richmond, VA.......  The Southside/Southwest Virginia School Readiness            $250,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Virginia Foundation for Community College Education,      Great Expectations Program for Virginia's Foster Youth.      $370,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        Richmond, VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Virginia Mentoring Partnership, Richmond, VA............  Mentoring Programs for At-Risk Children and Youth......      $200,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Western Connecticut State University, Danbury, CT.......  Expanded Building a Bridge to Improve Student Success        $400,000  Dodd; Lieberman
                                                                                                                                  At-Risk Youth Project.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Youthworks, Bismarck, ND................................  At Risk Youth Intervention.............................      $600,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA Elgin, Elgin and Aurora, IL........................  At-Risk Youth Initiative...............................      $200,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA Great Lakes Bay Region, Bay City, MI...............  Empowerment Initiative for At-Risk Youth and Women.....      $500,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA Northern Rhode Island, Woonsocket, RI..............  Bright Futures Initiative for At-Risk Youth............      $750,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, UT..............  Shelter and Residence for Women and Children...........      $485,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA Pueblo, Pueblo, CO.................................  Domestic Violence Prevention Education.................      $300,000  Bennet
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, Houston, TX......  Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program.............    $2,000,000  Hutchison
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Baylor University, Waco, TX.............................  Space Sciences Consortium..............................    $1,000,000  Hutchison
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Delaware AeroSpace Education Foundation, Smyrna,  DE....  Science and Technology Literacy........................      $175,000  Carper; Kaufman
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Dillard University, New Orleans, LA.....................  Dillard University Eighth Grade Initiative.............      $300,000  Landrieu
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Fulton-Montgomery Community College, Johnstown, NY......  Center for Engineering and Technology Phase III........      $250,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Development of Characterization Techniques for Advanced      $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  High Temperature Materials in Space Launch
                                                                                                                                  Applications.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Advanced Algorithm, Integration, and Maturation........      $500,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Product Lifecycle Management...........................      $500,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  NASA Space Nuclear Power Systems Research and                $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Development.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  Linking Disruptive Manufacturing Research with             $1,250,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Manufacturing Industries.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Morgan State University, University of Maryland Eastern   Chesapeake Information Based Aeronautics Consortium        $3,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                        Shore, and Bowie State University, Baltimore, MD.         (CIBAC).
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Imiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo, HI.......................  Imiloa Astronomy Center................................    $2,000,000  Inouye; Akaka
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  National Institute for Aviation Research, Wichita, KS...  National Center for Advanced Materials Performance.....      $950,000  Brownback; Roberts
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM......  Science, Engineering, Math, Areospace Academy..........      $200,000  Bingaman
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation,         STEM Outreach Initiative...............................      $200,000  Bunning
                                                                        Highland Heights, KY.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau,  MO  Missouri NASA Math, Science and Technology Education         $500,000  Bond
                                                                                                                                  Enhancement Program.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Space Florida, Cape Canaveral, FL.......................  Launch Complex-36/46 Infrastructure....................    $1,250,000  Nelson, Bill
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Space Florida, Cape Canaveral, FL.......................  Clean Energy Initiatives...............................      $750,000  Nelson, Bill
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Spelman College, Atlanta, GA............................  Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Program........      $100,000  Isakson; Chambliss
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO..............  Missouri Challenge.....................................      $500,000  Bond
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Teach for America, New York, NY.........................  Teach for America STEM Activities......................    $3,000,000  Mikulski
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Towson University, Coppin State University, and           Baltimore Excellence in Science Teaching (BEST)            $1,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                        University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute, Towson    Partnership.
                                                                        and Baltimore, MD.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.....  Airborne Sensor for Disasters and Environmental              $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Monitoring.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Louisville, Louisville, KY................  University of Louisville Diagnosing and Mitigating         $2,000,000  McConnell
                                                                                                                                  Human Exposure to Radiation.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Maryland, College Park, MD................  University-Assisted K-12 Engineering Education Pro-          $800,000  Cardin
                                                                                                                                  gram.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space  Law    $1,400,000  Cochran
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND.............  Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium.....................    $3,000,000  Dorgan; Conrad
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA............  National Institute for Early Mathematics and Science         $200,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Education.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Transitioning Space Technologies into the Commercial       $1,750,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Sector.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Vermont, Burlington, VT...................  Complex Systems Center.................................    $1,300,000  Leahy
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, WV................  National Technology Transfer Center....................    $1,500,000  Rockefeller
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  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2010 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2011
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                                         Senate Committee recommendation
                                                                                                                             compared with (+ or -)
                                Item                                       2010       Budget estimate     Committee    ---------------------------------
                                                                      appropriation                     recommendation        2010
                                                                                                                         appropriation   Budget estimate
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                  TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

                 International Trade Administration

Operations and administration......................................         456,204          543,704          533,704          +77,500          -10,000
Offsetting fee collections.........................................          -9,439           -9,439           -9,439   ...............  ...............
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      Direct appropriation.........................................         446,765          534,265          524,265          +77,500          -10,000

                  Bureau of Industry and Security

Operations and administration......................................          85,575           81,106           81,106           -4,469   ...............
CWC enforcement....................................................          14,767           32,000           32,000          +17,233   ...............
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      Total, Bureau of Industry and Security.......................         100,342          113,106          113,106          +12,764   ...............

                Economic Development Administration

Economic development assistance programs...........................         255,000          246,000          240,000          -15,000           -6,000
Salaries and expenses..............................................          38,000           40,181           40,181           +2,181   ...............
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      Total, Economic Development Administration...................         293,000          286,181          280,181          -12,819           -6,000

Minority business development......................................          31,500           32,316           32,316             +816   ...............
Economic and Statistical Analysis..................................          97,255          113,200          110,000          +12,745           -3,200

                        Bureau of the Census

Salaries and expenses..............................................         259,024          280,364          280,364          +21,340   ...............

Periodic censuses and programs.....................................       7,065,707          986,359          964,059       -6,101,648          -22,300
    Acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities................  ...............             256              256             +256   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       7,065,707          986,615          964,315       -6,101,392          -22,300
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      Total, Bureau of the Census..................................       7,324,731        1,266,979        1,244,679       -6,080,052          -22,300

     National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Salaries and expenses..............................................          19,999           21,825           21,825           +1,826   ...............
Public telecommunications facilities, planning, and construction...          20,000   ...............          20,000   ...............         +20,000
Broadband technology opportunities program, administrative expenses  ...............          23,700           16,000          +16,000           -7,700
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      Total, National Telecommunications and Information                     39,999           45,525           57,825          +17,826          +12,300
       Administration..............................................

             United States Patent and Trademark Office

Current year fee funding...........................................       1,887,000        2,321,724        2,321,724         +434,724   ...............
Offsetting fee collections.........................................      -1,887,000       -2,321,724       -2,321,724         -434,724   ...............
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      Total, Patent and Trademark Office...........................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............

           National Institute of Standards and Technology

Scientific and technical research and services.....................         515,000          584,500          584,500          +69,500   ...............
    (Transfer out).................................................         (-9,000)         (-9,000)         (-9,000)  ...............  ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................         515,000          584,500          584,500          +69,500   ...............

Industrial technology services.....................................         194,600          209,600          199,600           +5,000          -10,000
    Manufacturing Extension Partnerships...........................        (124,700)        (129,700)        (129,700)         (+5,000)  ...............
    Technology Innovation Program..................................         (69,900)         (79,900)         (69,900)  ...............        (-10,000)
Construction of research facilities................................         147,000          124,800          156,706           +9,706          +31,906
Working capital fund (by transfer).................................          (9,000)          (9,000)          (9,000)  ...............  ...............
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      Total, National Institute of Standards and Technology........         856,600          918,900          940,806          +84,206          +21,906

          National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Operations, research, and facilities...............................       3,305,178        3,301,173        3,384,301          +79,123          +83,128
    (by transfer)..................................................        (104,600)        (104,600)        (104,600)  ...............  ...............
    Promote and Develop Fund (transfer out)........................       (-104,600)       (-104,600)       (-104,600)  ...............  ...............
    Acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities................  ...............           1,908            1,908           +1,908   ...............
    Coastal zone management transfer...............................           3,000   ...............           3,000   ...............          +3,000
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      Subtotal.....................................................       3,308,178        3,303,081        3,389,209          +81,031          +86,128

Procurement, acquisition, and construction.........................       1,358,353        2,184,091        2,084,963         +726,610          -99,128
Pacific coastal salmon recovery....................................          80,000           65,000           80,000   ...............         +15,000
Fishermen's contingency fund.......................................  ...............             350              350             +350   ...............
Coastal zone management fund.......................................          -3,000           -1,000           -1,000           +2,000   ...............
Fisheries finance program account..................................          -6,000           -8,001           -8,001           -2,001   ...............
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      Total, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.......       4,737,531        5,543,521        5,545,521         +807,990           +2,000

                      Departmental Management

Salaries and expenses..............................................          58,000           65,248           65,248           +7,248   ...............
    Acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities................  ...............           1,378            1,377           +1,377               -1
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      Subtotal.....................................................          58,000           66,626           66,625           +8,625               -1

Renovation and modernization.......................................          22,500           17,487           17,487           -5,013   ...............
Office of Inspector General........................................          27,000           29,394           30,394           +3,394           +1,000
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      Total, Departmental Management...............................         107,500          113,507          114,506           +7,006             +999
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      Total, title I, Department of Commerce.......................      14,035,223        8,967,500        8,963,205       -5,072,018           -4,295
          (By transfer)............................................        (113,600)        (113,600)        (113,600)  ...............  ...............
          (Transfer out)...........................................       (-113,600)       (-113,600)       (-113,600)  ...............  ...............
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                  TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

                       General Administration

Salaries and expenses..............................................         118,488          212,558          138,787          +20,299          -73,771
    Acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities................  ...............          10,778           10,778          +10,778   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................         118,488          223,336          149,565          +31,077          -73,771

National Drug Intelligence Center..................................          44,023           44,580           44,580             +557   ...............
Justice information-sharing technology.............................          88,285          179,785          165,000          +76,715          -14,785
Tactical law enforcement wireless communications...................         206,143          207,727          207,727           +1,584   ...............
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      Total, General Administration................................         456,939          655,428          566,872         +109,933          -88,556

Administrative review and appeals..................................         300,685          319,220          319,420          +18,735             +200
    Transfer from immigration examinations fee account.............          -4,000           -4,000           -4,000   ...............  ...............
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      Direct appropriation.........................................         296,685          315,220          315,420          +18,735             +200

Detention trustee..................................................       1,438,663        1,533,863        1,533,863          +95,200   ...............
Office of Inspector General........................................          84,368           88,792           89,792           +5,424           +1,000

                  United States Parole Commission

Salaries and expenses..............................................          12,859           13,582           13,582             +723   ...............

                          Legal Activities

Salaries and expenses, general legal activities....................         875,097          976,389          963,389          +88,292          -13,000
Vaccine injury compensation trust fund.............................           7,833            7,833            7,833   ...............  ...............
Antitrust Division, salaries and expenses..........................         163,170          167,028          167,028           +3,858   ...............
    Offsetting fee collections--current year.......................        -102,000          -96,000          -96,000           +6,000   ...............
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      Direct appropriation.........................................          61,170           71,028           71,028           +9,858   ...............

United States Attorneys, salaries and expenses.....................       1,934,003        2,041,269        2,036,269         +102,266           -5,000
United States Trustee System Fund..................................         219,250          236,435          236,435          +17,185   ...............
    Offsetting fee collections.....................................        -210,000         -231,435         -231,435          -21,435   ...............
    Interest on U.S. securities....................................          -5,000           -5,000           -5,000   ...............  ...............
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      Direct appropriation.........................................           4,250   ...............  ...............          -4,250   ...............

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission...............................           2,117            2,159            2,159              +42   ...............
Fees and expenses of witnesses.....................................         168,300          270,000          270,000         +101,700   ...............
Salaries and expenses, Community Relations Service.................          11,479           12,606           12,606           +1,127   ...............
Assets forfeiture fund.............................................          20,990           20,990           20,990   ...............  ...............
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      Total, Legal Activities......................................       3,085,239        3,402,274        3,384,274         +299,035          -18,000

                   United States Marshals Service

Salaries and expenses..............................................       1,125,763        1,180,534        1,190,534          +64,771          +10,000
Construction.......................................................          26,625           26,625           26,625   ...............  ...............
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      Total, United States Marshals Service........................       1,152,388        1,207,159        1,217,159          +64,771          +10,000

                     National Security Division

Salaries and expenses..............................................          87,938           99,537           99,537          +11,599   ...............

                    Interagency Law Enforcement

Interagency crime and drug enforcement.............................         528,569          579,319          574,319          +45,750           -5,000

                  Federal Bureau of Investigation

Salaries and expenses..............................................       7,557,556        8,083,475        8,083,475         +525,919   ...............
    Overseas contingency operations................................         101,066   ...............  ...............        -101,066   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       7,658,622        8,083,475        8,083,475         +424,853   ...............

Construction.......................................................         239,915          181,202          181,202          -58,713   ...............
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      Total, Federal Bureau of Investigation.......................       7,898,537        8,264,677        8,264,677         +366,140   ...............

                  Drug Enforcement Administration

Salaries and expenses..............................................       2,271,472        2,380,008        2,380,008         +108,536   ...............
    Diversion control fund.........................................        -251,790         -291,832         -291,832          -40,042   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       2,019,682        2,088,176        2,088,176          +68,494   ...............

Construction.......................................................  ...............          41,941           41,941          +41,941   ...............
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      Total, Drug Enforcement Administration.......................       2,019,682        2,130,117        2,130,117         +110,435   ...............

        Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

Salaries and expenses..............................................       1,114,772        1,162,986        1,162,986          +48,214   ...............
Construction.......................................................           6,000   ...............  ...............          -6,000   ...............
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      Total, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives...       1,120,772        1,162,986        1,162,986          +42,214   ...............

                       Federal Prison System

Salaries and expenses..............................................       6,086,231        6,533,779        6,533,779         +447,548   ...............
Buildings and facilities...........................................          99,155          269,733          269,733         +170,578   ...............
Federal Prison Industries, incorporated (limitation on                        2,700            2,700            2,700   ...............  ...............
 administrative expenses)..........................................
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      Total, Federal Prison System.................................       6,188,086        6,806,212        6,806,212         +618,126   ...............

             State and Local Law Enforcement Activities

Office of Violence Against Women:
    Salaries and expenses..........................................  ...............  ...............          20,000          +20,000          +20,000
    Prevention and prosecution programs............................         418,500          438,000          468,000          +49,500          +30,000
        Salaries and expenses (by transfer)........................  ...............         (22,735)  ...............  ...............        (-22,735)
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          Subtotal.................................................         418,500          438,000          488,000          +69,500          +50,000

Office of Justice Programs:
    Salaries and expenses..........................................  ...............  ...............         200,000         +200,000         +200,000
    Research, evaluation, and statistics...........................         235,000          224,300          346,000         +111,000         +121,700
    State and local law enforcement assistance.....................       1,534,768        1,478,500        1,510,475          -24,293          +31,975
    Weed and seed program fund.....................................          20,000   ...............  ...............         -20,000   ...............
    Juvenile justice programs......................................         423,595          289,806          489,555          +65,960         +199,749

    Public safety officers benefits:
        Death benefits.............................................          61,000           61,000           61,000   ...............  ...............
        Disability and education benefits..........................           9,100           16,300           16,300           +7,200   ...............
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          Subtotal.................................................          70,100           77,300           77,300           +7,200   ...............
                                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, Office of Justice Programs........................       2,283,463        2,069,906        2,623,330         +339,867         +553,424

Community oriented policing services:
    Salaries and expenses..........................................  ...............  ...............          40,000          +40,000          +40,000
    COPS programs..................................................         791,608          690,000          585,955         -205,653         -104,045
        Salaries and expenses (by transfer)........................  ...............         (40,312)  ...............  ...............        (-40,312)
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          Subtotal.................................................         791,608          690,000          625,955         -165,653          -64,045

OJP, OVW, COPS Salaries and expenses...............................         213,388          279,443   ...............        -213,388         -279,443
    (transfer out).................................................  ...............        (-63,047)  ...............  ...............        (+63,047)
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      Total, State and Local Law Enforcement Activities............       3,706,959        3,477,349        3,737,285          +30,326         +259,936
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title II, Department of Justice.......................      28,077,684       29,736,515       29,896,095       +1,818,411         +159,580
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                         TITLE III--SCIENCE

                 Executive Office of the President

Office of Science and Technology Policy............................           7,000            6,990            6,990              -10   ...............

           National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Science............................................................       4,469,000        5,005,600        5,005,600         +536,600   ...............
Aeronautics and space research and technology......................  ...............       1,151,800          904,600         +904,600         -247,200
Aeronautics........................................................         501,000   ...............  ...............        -501,000   ...............
Space research and technology......................................  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............  ...............
Exploration........................................................       3,746,300        4,263,400        3,912,000         +165,700         -351,400
Space operations...................................................       6,146,800        4,887,700        5,533,400         -613,400         +645,700
Education..........................................................         182,500          145,800          145,800          -36,700   ...............

Cross-agency support programs......................................       3,194,000        3,107,808        3,075,808         -118,192          -32,000
    Acquisition workforce capacity and capabilities................  ...............           3,592            3,492           +3,492             -100
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      Subtotal.....................................................       3,194,000        3,111,400        3,079,300         -114,700          -32,100

Construction and environmental compliance and remediation..........         448,300          397,300          381,300          -67,000          -16,000
Office of Inspector General........................................          36,400           37,000           38,000           +1,600           +1,000
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      Total, National Aeronautics and Space Administration.........      18,724,300       19,000,000       19,000,000         +275,700   ...............

                    National Science Foundation

Research and related activities....................................       5,549,920        5,950,830        5,899,180         +349,260          -51,650
    Defense function...............................................          68,000           68,000           68,000   ...............  ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................       5,617,920        6,018,830        5,967,180         +349,260          -51,650

Major research equipment and facilities construction...............         117,290          165,190          155,190          +37,900          -10,000
Education and human resources......................................         872,760          892,000          892,000          +19,240   ...............

Agency operations and award management.............................         300,000          327,190          317,190          +17,190          -10,000
    Aquisition workforce capacity and capabilities.................  ...............           2,000            2,000           +2,000   ...............
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      Subtotal.....................................................         300,000          329,190          319,190          +19,190          -10,000

National Science Board.............................................           4,540            4,840            4,840             +300   ...............
Office of Inspector General........................................          14,000           14,350           15,000           +1,000             +650
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      Total, National Science Foundation...........................       6,926,510        7,424,400        7,353,400         +426,890          -71,000
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title III, Science....................................      25,657,810       26,431,390       26,360,390         +702,580          -71,000
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                     TITLE IV--RELATED AGENCIES

Commission on Civil Rights.........................................           9,400            9,400            9,400   ...............  ...............

              Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Salaries and expenses..............................................         367,303          385,303          355,303          -12,000          -30,000
State and local assistance.........................................  ...............  ...............          30,000          +30,000          +30,000
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      Subtotal.....................................................         367,303          385,303          385,303          +18,000   ...............

International Trade Commission.....................................          81,860           87,000           87,000           +5,140   ...............
Payment to the Legal Services Corporation..........................         420,000          435,000          430,000          +10,000           -5,000
Marine Mammal Commission...........................................           3,250            3,000            3,250   ...............            +250
Office of the U.S. Trade Representative............................          47,826           48,257           50,757           +2,931           +2,500
State Justice Institute............................................           5,131            5,411            6,273           +1,142             +862
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Total, title IV, Related Agencies............................         934,770          973,371          971,983          +37,213           -1,388
                                                                    ====================================================================================
                    TITLE V--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Rescissions........................................................        -531,200         -690,528       -1,109,228         -578,028         -418,700
                                                                    ====================================================================================
      Grand total..................................................      68,174,287       65,418,248       65,082,445       -3,091,842         -335,803
          Appropriations...........................................     (68,604,421)     (66,108,776)     (66,191,673)     (-2,412,748)        (+82,897)
          Overseas contingency operations..........................        (101,066)  ...............  ...............       (-101,066)  ...............
          Rescissions..............................................       (-531,200)       (-690,528)     (-1,109,228)       (-578,028)       (-418,700)
          (By transfer)............................................        (113,600)        (176,647)        (113,600)  ...............        (-63,047)
          (Transfer out)...........................................       (-113,600)       (-176,647)       (-113,600)  ...............        (+63,047)
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