[Senate Report 111-34]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]


                                                        Calendar No. 87
111th Congress                                                   Report
                                 SENATE
 1st Session                                                     111-34

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DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE AND JUSTICE, AND SCIENCE, AND RELATED AGENCIES 
                       APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2010

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                 June 25, 2009.--Ordered to be printed

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

                                 REPORT

                        [To accompany H.R. 2847]

    The Committee on Appropriations to which was referred the 
bill (H.R. 2847) making appropriations for the Departments of 
Commerce and Justice, and Science, and Related Agencies for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2010, and for other purposes, 
reports the same to the Senate with an amendment, and 
recommends that the bill, as amended, do pass.



Total obligational authority, fiscal year 2010

Total of bill as reported to the Senate................. $67,492,432,000
Amount of 2009 appropriations..........................\1\76,101,698,000
Amount of 2010 budget estimate..........................  67,183,677,000
Amount of House allowance...............................  67,196,907,000
Bill as recommended to Senate compared to--
    2009 appropriations.................................  -8,609,266,000
    2010 budget estimate................................    +308,755,000
    House allowance.....................................    +295,525,000

\1\Includes $16,209,675,000 in emergency appropriations provided in the 
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and other supplemental 
appropriation funding acts.


                                CONTENTS

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Purpose of the Bill..............................................     3
Summary of the Bill..............................................     3
Reprogrammings, Reorganizations, and Relocations.................     6
Congressional Budget Justifications..............................     7
Noncareer Personnel Reductions-in-Force..........................     8
Appropriations Liaisons..........................................     8
Title I: Department of Commerce..................................     9
Title II: Department of Justice..................................    51
Title III: Science...............................................   111
    Office of Science and Technology.............................   111
    National Aeronautics and Space Administration................   111
    National Science Foundation..................................   126
Title IV: Related Agencies.......................................   133
    Commission on Civil Rights...................................   133
    Equal Employment Opportunity Commission......................   133
    International Trade Commission...............................   133
    Legal Services Corporation...................................   134
    Marine Mammal Commission.....................................   134
    Office of the United States Trade Representative.............   135
    State Justice Institute......................................   135
Title V: General Provisions......................................   137
Compliance With Paragraph 7, Rule XVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Sen- 
  ate............................................................   139
Compliance With Paragraph 7(c) Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   141
Compliance With Paragraph 12, Rule XXVI of the Standing Rules of 
  the Senate.....................................................   142
Budgetary Impact of Bill.........................................   144
Disclosure of Congressionally Designated Projects................   144

                          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 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 $64,926,066,000 for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, 
science, and related agencies for fiscal year 2010. This amount 
is $313,755,000 above 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 
$366,408,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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 $270,174,000, 
which is an increase of $80,613,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
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 $3,164,600,000 for State and local law enforcement, which is 
$411,112,000 above the President's request. The Committee's 
recommendation includes $100,000,000 for Community Oriented 
Policing Services [COPS] hiring grants to put 500 new officers 
on the beat and $510,000,000 for Edward Byrne Memorial Justice 
Assistance Grants.
    The Committee's recommendation also includes a record 
$435,000,000 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 $25,491,000 to support 50 additional special agents 
and 93 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 $265,000,000 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 
$878,000,000 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 $6,900,000,000 for 
basic research through the National Science Foundation [NSF].
    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 
$857,000,000 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 $1,930,361,000 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 $1,400,000,000 for NASA's Earth 
science missions, including $135,000,000 for new Earth science 
missions recommended by the National Academy of Science to 
measure ice melt and $640,000,000 for NASA science to better 
understand how the Sun affects the Earth. In addition, the 
Committee recommends $1,215,436,000 to fund our next generation 
climate and weather satellites that are important to 
understanding changes in our planet's climate.
    Accountability and Oversight.--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 two 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.
    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 2009. 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 2010, 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 
2011 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 
2010 and 2011. 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 2011 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 2011 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 $14,043,253,000 for the 
Department of Commerce [DOC]. The recommendation is 
$4,775,736,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
excluding supplemental appropriations, and $254,500,000 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 sciences 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 market place, 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.
    One of the largest management challenges facing DOC is 
fulfilling its constitutional obligation to conduct a timely 
and accurate 2010 census. In 2009, the Committee provided over 
$3,140,000,000 for the 2010 census with funds in the 2009 
omnibus and in the America Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and 
based on past performance the Committee remains apprehensive 
about the management of this program. Two years ago, laptop 
computers were misplaced, raising concerns about the privacy 
and security of personal information. Last year, the handheld 
computer system could not be fully implemented due to a failed 
Government contract, forcing the Census Bureau to revert back 
to archaic paper-based systems. This year, the Committee is 
watchful of new reforms to ensure no new blunders arise forcing 
the census to be delayed or even compromised.
    Another challenge facing the Department is the successful 
operations of the Patent and Trademark Office [USPTO], which is 
vital to America's competitiveness in the global marketplace. 
The Committee has learned that during these recent economic 
times, fees collections are $100,000,000 less than expected, 
and patent and trademark applications have decreased. These 
trends could complicate an already poor-morale and low-
retention environment. The Committee is concerned that this 
situation will increase the backlog problem.
    In 2010, 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.
    Finally, 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 25 percent of NOAA's budget, 
with over $1,200,000,000 requested in 2010. 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 handle recent recommendations to realistically bring 
the satellite program back on track and maintain proper 
oversight of the program and its associated contractors.

                   International Trade Administration


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $420,431,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     440,265,000
House allowance.........................................     444,404,000
Committee recommendation................................     446,265,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $446,265,000. The 
recommendation is $25,832,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $6,000,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee recommendations, by function, are displayed 
in the following table:

               INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION FUNDING
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
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Manufacturing and Services............................            49,530
Market Access and Compliance..........................            43,212
Import Administration.................................            68,290
Trade Promotion and U.S. Foreign Commercial Services..           257,938
Executive Direction...................................            27,295
                                                       -----------------
      Total Direct Obligations........................           446,265
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Offsetting Fee Collections.--The Committee recommendation 
adopts the proposed offsetting fee collections of $9,439,000, 
which the Committee believes is realistic and achievable.
    Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties Study.--The 
Committee directs the Secretary of Commerce to work with the 
Secretaries of Homeland Security, and the Treasury to conduct 
an analysis and report to Congress on the relative advantages 
and disadvantages of prospective and retrospective anti-dumping 
and countervailing duty systems. The report should address the 
extent to which each type of anti-dumping and countervailing 
duty system would likely achieve the goals of remedying 
injurious dumping or subsidized exports, minimizing uncollected 
duties, reducing incentives and opportunities for importers to 
evade anti-dumping and countervailing duties, effectively 
targeting high-risk importers, addressing the impact of 
retrospective rate increases on U.S. importers and their 
employees, and creating a minimal administrative burden. The 
report is due 180 days after enactment of this act.
    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 Commercial Services for its 
leadership role in helping to implement the mission of the 
ATTP. The Committee expects the Commercial Services 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.
    U.S. Foreign Commercial Service.--The U.S. Foreign 
Commercial Service promotes the export of goods and services 
from the United States, particularly by small- and-medium-sized 
businesses, and represents U.S. business interests 
internationally. Currently, there are 77 countries staffed by 
Foreign Commercial Service Officers and locally employed 
specialists. However, there have been a rapidly growing number 
of ``limited'' officers assigned to non-commercial posts 
working on intellectual property rights, enforcement, and 
standards, as well as officers serving in domestic locations, 
which has seriously diminished the number of officers 
conducting core commercial activities. Overall staffing has 
dropped from 1,736 in 2004 to 1,513 in 2008. The number of core 
commercial officers has also dropped from 250 in 2004 to less 
than 180 in 2008. The Committee provides an additional 
$4,500,000 above the amount requested for this service, and 
directs the administration to begin reversing this trend of 
staff reductions and improper staff assignments. The Committee 
requests that the Government Accountability Office [GAO] 
conduct a study that evaluates: (1) cost estimates related to 
improving the U.S. Foreign Commercial Service workforce, (2) 
the current international need, and any service gaps, resulting 
from the reduced number of officers working overseas, and (3) 
the level of financial support the U.S. Foreign Commercial 
Service received from the administration in relation to its 
sibling services in the Departments of State and Agriculture.
    The Committee provides $1,500,000 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
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Philadelphia University,            Textile Research and           Advance textile research and         $500,000
 Philadelphia, PA.                   Development.                   development.
Midwest China Hub Commission, St.   Midwest China Hub Commission.  Develop new markets for               500,000
 Louis, MO.                                                         Midwestern products.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln,     International Trade Scholars   Establish a graduate level            500,000
 Lincoln, NE.                        Program.                       program to train students in
                                                                    international trade issues.
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                    Bureau of Industry and Security


                     OPERATIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $83,676,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     100,342,000
House allowance.........................................     100,342,000
Committee recommendation................................     100,342,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $100,342,000 for the 
Bureau of Industry and Security [BIS]. The recommendation is 
$16,666,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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.
    Within the amount provided under this heading, $54,432,000 
is for export administration, $39,854,000 is for export 
enforcement, and $6,056,000 is for 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.
    The Committee supports the administration's request for the 
increase of funding for export enforcement operations including 
inspections and other activities related to national security. 
New regulations issued last year increase BIS's responsibility 
to track the illicit procurement of U.S.-origin items 
detrimental to national security and to manage the Department's 
Entities List (Supplement No. 4 to Part 744 of the Export 
Administration Regulations), and additional funds are required 
to increase the available number of Export Control Officers and 
support their activities.

                  Economic Development Administration

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$462,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     284,000,000
House allowance.........................................     293,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     238,000,000

\1\Includes $150,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding and $40,000,000 in supplemental 
appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $238,000,000 for 
the Economic Development Administration [EDA]. The 
recommendation is $34,800,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding and 
$46,000,000 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, 2009.................................... \1\$430,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     246,000,000
House allowance.........................................     255,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     200,000,000

\1\Including $150,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding and $40,000,000 in supplemental 
appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $200,000,000 for 
Economic Development Assistance Programs. The recommendation is 
$40,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 level, not including 
supplemental funding, and $46,000,000 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 recommendation includes $8,500,000 for the 
Global Climate Change Mitigation Incentive; $40,000,000 for 
public works grants (title I); $30,000,000 for planning 
assistance; $10,000,000 for technical assistance; $1,500,000 
for research and evaluation; $20,000,000 for trade adjustment 
assistance for communities and for firms; and $90,000,000 for 
economic adjustment grants (title IX). The Committee supports 
the President's initiatives within the 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.
    In previous years, EDA provided grants to assist 
communities impacted by military base closures, realignments, 
and expansions. The Committee supports this grant activity, and 
encourages future budget requests to identify funding required 
to meet similar needs created by the 2005 round of Base 
Realignment and Closure and other recent defense realignments. 
Within 60 days of the enactment of this act, EDA, in 
coordination with the Department of Defense Office of Economic 
Adjustment, shall submit a report reestablishing such a grant 
program for localities designated as military growth and 
closures communities that includes criteria for eligible 
communities and projects, and future funding requirements.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $32,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      38,000,000
House allowance.........................................      38,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      38,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $38,000,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $5,200,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the same as the budget 
request.
    The Committee's 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, 2009....................................     $29,825,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      31,000,000
House allowance.........................................      31,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      31,200,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $31,200,000 for the 
Minority Business Development Agency [MBDA]. The recommendation 
is $1,375,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and is 
$200,000 above the budget request. The Committee provides not 
less than $200,000 for the Office of Native American Business 
Development. The Committee expects 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. The Committee provides $200,000 
for congressionally designated projects and directs the MBDA to 
refrain from charging administrative costs to these grants. The 
Committee expects that MBDA will provide appropriate management 
and oversight of each grant.

                                                                          MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION
                                                                              [Congressionally designated projects]
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               Recipient                                                   Project                                                          Description                              Amount
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Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians,     Choctaw Native American Enterprise Center.................................  Creating a Native American Business Enterprise...........          $200,000
 Choctaw, MS.
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                ECONOMIC AND INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE


                   Economic and Statistical Analysis


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $90,621,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     105,000,000
House allowance.........................................      97,255,000
Committee recommendation................................     100,600,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $100,600,000 for 
Economic and Statistical Analysis. The recommendation is 
$9,979,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$4,400,000 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 $6,747,000 for new initiatives proposed by the agency.

                          Bureau of the Census

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$4,139,850,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,374,731,000
House allowance.........................................   7,374,731,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,324,731,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $7,324,731,000 for 
the Census Bureau. The recommendation is $3,184,881,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $50,000,000 below the 
budget request.
    The Committee notes that the fiscal year 2010 budget is a 
critical year for the Census Bureau as it begins initial 
operations of the decennial census. Accordingly, the amounts 
provided by the Committee to the Census Bureau are sufficient 
for the activities that are critical to the agency, including 
its primary function, the decennial census.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $233,588,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     259,024,000
House allowance.........................................     259,024,000
Committee recommendation................................     259,024,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $259,024,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $25,436,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 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.
    The Committee has provided the full increase of $11,661,000 
to improve measurement of the service sector. This increase 
will provide economic policy makers with more comprehensive and 
timely data on the service economy, which now accounts for 55 
percent of all economic activity. In addition, the Committee's 
recommendation provides $50,279,000 to ensure a full Survey of 
Income and Program Participation [SIPP] sample of 45,000 
households.

                     PERIODIC CENSUSES AND PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $3,906,262,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,115,707,000
House allowance.........................................   7,115,707,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,065,707,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $7,065,707,000 for 
periodic censuses and programs. The recommendation is 
$4,159,445,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$50,000,000 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.
    2010 Decennial Census.--The Committee's recommendation 
rejects the House approach of using the census contingency fund 
to pay for 2010 census requirements. This contingency fund is 
held in reserve to tackle unforeseen obstacles. Without this 
safety net, the census could run the risk of not fulfilling its 
constitutional mandate.
    Mileage Reimbursement for Temporary Workers.--The 2010 
census will be the largest civilian mobilization to date. The 
Census Bureau will hire 1.4 million temporary workers, many of 
whom will use their own vehicles to travel door-to-door to 
visit residences that have not responded to mailed census 
surveys. The Committee fully supports their full and timely 
reimbursement for mileage traveled. However, the census budget 
request assumes a reimbursement of 62.5 cents per mile, which 
is 7.5 cents per mile more than the current rate received by 
Federal employees, as determined by the General Services 
Administration [GSA]. Therefore, the Committee's recommendation 
provides sufficient funding to ensure that temporary employees 
will receive full mileage reimbursement at a rate that is 
equivalent to that of all Federal employees.
    Partnership.--The Committee is concerned that the Census 
Bureau must reach the hardest to count populations, including 
seniors, rural communities and minorities. Therefore, the 
Committee expects the Census Bureau to hire a diverse and local 
pool of temporary employees. These indigenous workers bring 
language skills as well as cultural understanding to facilitate 
greater outreach and result in a more accurate count.
    Inspector General Recommendations.--The Committee notes 
that the Office of the Inspector General [OIG] issued three 
recommendations to promote an accurate address list and contain 
costs. The Committee is concerned that the Census Bureau has 
failed to implement these recommendations. The Committee 
directs the Census Bureau to report within 60 days of enactment 
of this act on the steps it is taking to implement the OIG's 
recommendations.
    The Committee adopts by reference report language that 
accompanies the fiscal year 2008 supplemental appropriations 
for the Census Bureau regarding the development and reporting 
of milestones associated with the 2010 census.

       National Telecommunications and Information Administration

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$5,389,218,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      19,999,000
House allowance.........................................      39,999,000
Committee recommendation................................      39,999,000

\1\Includes $5,350,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $39,999,000. The 
recommendation is $781,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, not including supplemental funding, and $20,000,000 
above the budget request.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$369,218,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      19,999,000
House allowance.........................................      19,999,000
Committee recommendation................................      19,999,000

\1\Including $350,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $19,999,000 for 
salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $781,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level not including supplemental 
funding, and the same as the budget request.
    The Committee's 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, 2010, detailing the collection of 
reimbursements from other agencies related to spectrum 
management, analyses, and research.

    PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITIES, PLANNING, AND CONSTRUCTION

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

    The Committee provides $20,000,000 for Public 
Telecommunications Facilities, Planning, and Construction 
[PTFPC]. The recommendation is equal to the fiscal year 2009 
funding level and $20,000,000 above the budget request. This 
program was created to provide needed resources to construct 
and upgrade public television and radio stations across the 
country. Over the years, this funding has been critical to 
helping stations maintain services by providing funds to 
stations in need of equipment replacements and upgrades. As 
radio stations across the Nation face unprecedented financial 
hardship, now is not the time to propose the elimination of 
this program. The Committee recognizes the overwhelming need 
the program fills for communities, and denies the 
administration's request to eliminate this program.

               United States Patent and Trademark Office


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $2,010,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,930,361,000
House allowance.........................................   1,930,361,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,930,361,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,930,361,000 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 on Appropriations of 
the Senate 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.
    Patent Examiners.--The Committee is concerned with the 
turnover in patent examiners. Numerous reviews conducted by the 
Government Accountability Office [GAO] have shown that for 
every two examiners hired, one leaves the agency. Contrary to 
the view of senior management, most examiners who left the 
agency have cited the unreasonable work productivity goals as a 
major reason for their departure. In order to meet their goals 
many examiners have to work unpaid overtime or while on annual 
leave. These goals which were first adopted in 1976 have not 
been updated to address the ever more complex technologies that 
encompass today's patent applications. The unrealistic goals 
are forcing junior examiners to leave which will have a lasting 
impact on the agency, making it difficult to replace the 
productivity rates of senior examiners when they subsequently 
retire. Therefore, the Committee has restricted access to 
$25,000,000 until the director begins a comprehensive re-
evaluation of the work productivity goals for patent examiners.
    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 on 
Appropriations of the Senate a spending plan for fiscal year 
2010. This spending plan shall incorporate all carryover 
balances from previous fiscal years, and describe any changes 
to the patent or trademark fee structure.

             National Institute of Standards and Technology

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $1,399,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     846,100,000
House allowance.........................................     781,100,000
Committee recommendation................................     878,800,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $878,800,000 for 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST]. The 
recommendation is $59,800,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level not including supplemental funding and 
$32,700,000 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, 2009.................................... \1\$692,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     534,600,000
House allowance.........................................     510,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     520,300,000

\1\Includes $220,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $520,300,000. The 
recommendation is $48,300,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level not including supplemental funding and 
$14,300,000 below 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
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Laboratories and technical programs.....................         462,667
Innovations in measurement science......................          20,199
Next generation measurements training...................          11,030
Baldridge National Quality Program......................           9,627
Corporate Services......................................          16,777
                                                         ---------------
      Total STRS........................................         520,300
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 7 percent 
over the 2009 fiscal year level. Within the funds provided, 
NIST is directed to expand its capabilities and resources into 
the Pacific region through a Pacific Islands component of NIST, 
and is provided $750,000 to expand its biodiversity storage 
capabilities into the region.
    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
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
LSU A&M, Baton Rouge, LA..........  Center for Digital Innovation  Develop exascale computing          1,000,000
                                                                    and digital media
                                                                    technologies.
George Mason University,            Center for Infrastructure      Support Cybersecurity and             550,000
 Arlington, VA.                      Protection [CIP].              Cyber Conflict Analysis
                                                                    project.
University of Rhode Island,         Rhode Island Consortium for    Advance the synthesis and           1,250,000
 Kingston, RI.                       Nanoscience and Nanotechno-    manufacturing of
                                     logy.                          nanomaterials.
University of Hawaii, Maui, HI....  Hawaii Open Supercomputing     Establish high performance          5,000,000
                                     Center.                        supercomputing capability.
University at Albany [SUNY],        Development and Deployment of  Increase infrastructure and           500,000
 College of Nanoscale Science and    New Nanoscale Measurement      equipment resources for
 Engineering [CNSE], Albany, NY.     Strategies.                    advanced biomedical and
                                                                    nanomedical technology.
University of Maryland Baltimore    Maryland Center of Excellence  Research and develop tools          2,000,000
 County, Baltimore, MD.              for Terahertz Science and      for emerging terahertz
                                     Application.                   techno-  logy.
University of Kentucky, Lexington,  Firefighter Gear Safety        Research the performance of           200,000
 KY.                                 Research Program.              firefighter turnout gear to
                                                                    reduce safety risks and
                                                                    potential health risks.
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                     INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $175,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     194,600,000
House allowance.........................................     194,600,000
Committee recommendation................................     194,600,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $194,600,000 for 
Industrial Technology Services [ITS]. The recommendation is 
$19,600,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal 
to budget request.
    Supporting the Nation's manufacturers, especially small 
businesses, is critical to keeping America innovative in a 
global marketplace. ITS provides a bridge for advancing 
cutting-edge technologies with cost-saving measures. The 
Committee is encouraged by the administration's healthy request 
for ITS, which shows a genuine intention to partner with 
industry for the benefit of the Nation's future. The Committee 
supports NIST's requested allocation of funding for the 
Hollings Manufacturing Extension Program [MEP] and the 
Technology Innovation Program.
    Within MEP, NIST, and its partners are directed to consider 
the importance automation plays in accelerating and integrating 
manufacturing processes. The topic of automation cuts across 
all levels of industry, rather than serving as a stand-alone 
technology, and particularly affects the fields of control 
systems cyber security, industrial wireless sensors, systems 
interoperability, and other basic automation technologies 
necessary for the success of industrial enterprises. NIST is 
encouraged to consult and collaborate with independent experts 
in the field of automation to support the agency's efforts in 
working with industry to increase innovation, trade, security, 
and jobs.

                  CONSTRUCTION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$532,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     116,900,000
House allowance.........................................      76,500,000
Committee recommendation................................     163,900,000

\1\Includes $360,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Committee's recommendation provides $163,900,000 for 
construction of research facilities. The recommendation is 
$8,100,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level not 
including supplemental funding and $47,000,000 above the budget 
request.
    The recommendation funds the highest priority safety, 
capacity, maintenance, and repair projects at NIST.
    JILA Expansion.--The Committee has learned that NIST has 
not entered into a formal acquisition agreement with its 
partners to expand the JILA facility. Within 60 days of 
enactment of this act, the agency shall amend its formal 
memorandum of understanding with JILA partners to incorporate 
language addressing each party's responsibility including 
project contingencies and cost overruns.
    The Committee directs NIST to provide quarterly reports on 
the status of all construction projects.
    The Committee provides $47,000,000 for 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
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa,  Interdisciplinary Science and  Construct Interdisciplinary       $30,000,000
 AL.                                 Engineering Teaching and       Science and Engineering
                                     Research Corridor.             Build-  ings.
Mississippi State University,       Expansion of the Research,     Commercialize technologies          6,000,000
 Starkville, MS.                     Technology and Economic        developed through research.
                                     Development Park.
University of Mississippi Medical   Biotechology Research Park...  Commercialize new                   6,000,000
 Center, Jackson, MS.                                               biotechnologies.
North Dakota State University,      Advanced Nanomaterials         Construct a state-of-the-art        5,000,000
 Fargo, ND.                          Research Facility.             nanomaterials research
                                                                    facility.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

            National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration


                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$5,195,196,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   4,473,816,000
House allowance.........................................   4,603,441,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,772,816,000

\1\Includes $830,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $4,772,816,000 for 
the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA]. The 
recommendation is $407,620,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, excluding supplemental appropriations, and 
$299,000,000 above the budget request.
    Following a familiar trend, the administration's 2010 
budget request for NOAA proposes to again underfund one of our 
Nation's leading scientific agencies. With a diverse 
environmental portfolio, talented workforce, and supportive 
external community base, the Committee is befuddled as to the 
administration's motivation for under funding this agency. The 
agency cannot effectively meet its mission objectives under 
these circumstances, and is once again forcing the Committee to 
bridge the financial gap between an unrealistic budget request 
and sensible recommendation.

                  OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$3,278,549,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,040,537,000
House allowance.........................................   3,202,293,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,304,131,000

\1\Includes $230,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $3,304,131,000 for 
NOAA's operations, research, and facilities. The recommendation 
is $255,582,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
excluding supplemental appropriations, and $263,594,000 above 
the budget request.
    The Committee provides funding for congressionally 
designated projects listed within 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, 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.

                      NOAA NATIONAL OCEAN SERVICE

    The Committee recommends $511,550,000 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................................            48,737
    Hydrographic Research and Technology Development..             7,424
    Electronic Navigational Charts....................             6,128
    Shoreline Mapping.................................             2,424
    Address Survey Backlog/Contracts..................            31,173
    Geodesy...........................................            26,417
    National Height Modernization.....................             2,541
    Tide & Current Data...............................            33,078
    Regional Geospatial Modeling Grants...............             5,500
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Navigation Services......................           163,422
                                                       =================
Ocean Resources Conservation and Assessment:
    Integrated Ocean Observing System--Regional                   27,500
     Observatories....................................
    NOAA IOOS.........................................             6,555
    Coastal Services Centers..........................            26,643
    Coastal Storms....................................             2,874
    Ocean Health Initiative...........................             4,000
    Coral Reef Programs...............................            29,000
    Gulf of Mexico Regional Collaboration.............             5,000
    Ocean Research Priorities Plan Implementation.....             6,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Ocean Resources Conservation and                 107,572
       Assessment.....................................
                                                       =================
Response and Restoration:
    Response and Restoration Base.....................            20,134
    Estuary Restoration Program.......................             3,000
    Marine Debris.....................................             4,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Response and Restoration..............            27,134
                                                       =================
National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science [NCCOS]:
    NCCOS Headquarters................................             4,500
    Competitive External Research (HABs, Hypoxia and              16,000
     Regional Ecosystem)..............................
    Center for Coastal Environmental Health &                     11,500
     Biomolecular Research............................
    Oxford Cooperative Lab............................             5,000
    Center for Sponsored Coastal Ocean Research.......             2,700
    Center for Coastal Monitoring & Assessment........             5,000
    Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research.             5,000
    Marine Env. Health Research Lab--MEHRL............             4,100
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, National Centers for Coastal Ocean                53,800
       Science........................................
                                                       =================
Ocean and Coastal Management:
    CZM Grants........................................            66,500
    CZM and Stewardship...............................             8,500
    National Estuarine Research Reserve System........            22,826
    Marine Protected Areas............................             3,000
    Energy Licensing and Appeals......................             1,900
    Marine Sanctuary Program Base.....................            49,946
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Ocean and Coastal Management.............           152,672
                                                       =================
Total, Congressionally Designated Projects............             6,950
                                                       =================
      TOTAL, NOS......................................           511,550
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Integrated Ocean Observing System [IOOS].--The Committee 
recommendation provides a total of $34,055,000 for the 
Integrated Ocean Observation System, of which $6,555,000 is for 
program administration, and $27,500,000 is provided for 
continued support for a testbed for quantitatively evaluating 
the performance of new and existing coastal technologies in the 
laboratory and under diverse environmental conditions, and for 
a competitive, regional ocean observing systems solicitation. 
The budget request for IOOS reinforces the Committee's concern 
that the community's vision for this program is larger than 
NOAA's own internal initiative. Outside support for IOOS's 
overall funding--which includes long-standing recommendations 
from the Joint Ocean Commission--far outweighs this unrealistic 
budget request. A proven ocean observation network could be the 
very essence of a true National Ocean Service, maximizing both 
external and internal resources. Yet, this program instead 
seems to languish in stagnant funding requests and unachievable 
goals. Meanwhile, as NOAA struggles with IOOS's intra-agency 
identify, current assets within the community are being pulled 
away and shut down. NOAA fails to acknowledge that its own 
strategic plan for this program, though becoming narrower and 
more focused as the program matures, has no validity without 
the support of its State and regional partners. Such a trend 
suggests that little consideration is given to long-term 
measurements to support long-term results. Although this 
Committee has endeavored to bridge this financial gap in past 
fiscal year recommendations, continual lackluster requests 
coupled with current funding constraints have left the 
Committee with no other option than to provide a modest 
increase compared to the true need. The administration should 
create a more holistic funding recommendation in 2011, and 
should consider reorganizing resources within the agency across 
line offices to create a more salient internal program.
    In addition, the Committee recognizes the broad value of 
the consortium of sensor testbeds and advancing new sensor 
technologies, and provides $3,000,000 for these activities. The 
agency is directed to report to the Committee within 30 days of 
enactment of this act on the feasibility of establishing a 
cooperative institute for the purpose of advancing and 
sustaining this essential capability and including it in future 
requests. The Committee is aware that IOOS is working to 
distribute the management and execution of the coastal facets 
of its observing activities among numerous regional networks. 
Unfortunately, as the agency builds towards the development of 
this coastal observation system, it lacks a cost-effective 
national modeling test bed which integrates data from observing 
networks throughout multiple regional associations in mesoscale 
meteorology, landscape hydrology, river flows, coastal 
inundation, coastal circulation, and marine ecology.
    Since the U.S. Atlantic and gulf coasts encompass two-
thirds of the Nation's tidal shores and face multiple economic, 
human health, public safety and operational conditions, the 
Committee has included $4,500,000 for NOAA to initiate and 
competitively award an extramurally based super regional test 
bed that enables data integration and dissemination to 
understand, predict, and mitigate the consequences of both 
extreme events and chronic conditions in the U.S. Atlantic and 
gulf regions. Such a test bed should include no less than 20 
academic partners and research institutions to guarantee it is 
multi-disciplinary, and inclusive of community-modeling. The 
test bed must demonstrate how to improve forecasting of 
phenomena and require scientists to share use of numerical 
models, observations, and tools needed to elucidate, 
prioritize, and resolve issues associated with interoperable 
coupling of a range of existing and emerging coastal oceanic, 
atmospheric, hydrologic, and ecological models, including the 
participation of other portions of NOAA beyond the National 
Ocean Service. The Committee directs NOAA to outline its 
approach and timeline for this effort in the Department's 
fiscal year 2010 operating plan.
    Tide and Current Data.--The Committee provides an 
additional $3,800,000 above the administration's request to 
fully support the entire design, installation, maintenance, and 
operations of the Physical Oceanographic Real-Time System 
[PORTS], as authorized by Public Law 107-372. The Committee 
believes these operations, which exist as a partnership between 
NOAA and local port authorities, have been extremely valuable 
tools for providing information for safe vessel navigation and 
data for weather and coastal monitoring used by other national 
programs. NOAA is directed to request the program's full 
support, including operation and maintenance, in future budget 
requests.
    Coastal Services Center.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides an increase of $6,000,000 above the administration's 
request, which includes $4,100,000 more for the Pacific Coastal 
Services Center for a total of $5,000,000. The remainder of the 
increased funding is for the gulf coast and west coast service 
centers.
    Ocean Health Initiative.--The Committee is disappointed 
with the administration's reduction in this valuable national 
program, and restores the fiscal year 2009 level of $4,000,000. 
All of NOAA's ocean programs touch the lives of people 
everyday, but this initiative is one that directly and 
immediately shows the links between humans and the ocean. The 
Committee expects a more reasonable request for this program in 
future years.
    Response and Restoration.--The Committee provides an 
additional $1,000,000 for the Office of Response and 
Restoration, working jointly with the Office of National Marine 
Sanctuaries, to solicit an independent assessment of potential 
man-made undersea threats, that could impact coastal and Great 
Lakes States. Such an assessment shall be conducted by a 
reputable outside group working for NOAA to effectively link 
environmental assessment results with that of the capable 
expertise of the salvage industry to create a prioritized list 
of hazardous undersea threats to protect our Nation's coasts 
and shorelines from the discharge of unsafe material. Careful 
consideration shall be made by all parties to not disclose 
sensitive and confidential information that could be protected 
by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 in an effort 
to protect and preserve non-hazardous, cultural and historical 
marine resources.
    CZM and Stewardship.--The Committee provides an increase of 
$1,500,000 over the fiscal year 2009 level for this valuable 
office, which provides services and expertise to coastal and 
Great Lakes programs throughout the country. However, the 
Committee does not support the new coastal task force 
initiative proposed by the administration which mimics the 
recent Presidential memorandum assigning such a national ocean 
policy taskforce to the Council of Environmental Quality 
announced after the budget request.
    Regional Geospatial Modeling Grants.--The Committee 
provides $5,500,000 to continue funding for this competitive 
program for 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.

                 NOAA NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $872,373,000 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
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Marine Mammals, Marine Turtles, and Marine Protected
 Species:
    Protected Species Research and Management Programs            39,850
    Species Recovery Grants...........................            10,987
    Marine Mammal Protection [MMP]....................            49,653
    Other Protected Species...........................             8,375
    Marine Turtles....................................            14,576
    Atlantic Salmon...................................             8,000
    Pacific Salmon (Salmon Management Activities).....            65,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Marine Mammals, Marine Turtles, and                 196,441
       Marine Protected Species.......................
                                                       =================
Fisheries Research and Management:
    Fisheries Research and Management Programs........           194,113
    Expand Annual Stock Assessments--Improve Data                 49,003
     Collection.......................................
    Economics and Social Sciences Research............            10,744
    Salmon Management Activities......................            34,942
    Regional Councils and Fisheries Commissions.......            31,855
    Fisheries Statistics..............................            21,068
    Fish Information Networks.........................            22,066
    Survey and Monitoring Projects....................            23,759
    Fisheries Oceanography............................             1,999
    American Fisheries Act............................             5,503
    Interjurisdictional Fisheries Grants..............             2,574
    National Standard 8...............................             1,060
    Reduce Fishing Impacts on Essential Fish Habitat                 529
     [EFH]............................................
    Reducing Bycatch..................................             3,398
    Product Quality and Safety........................             7,342
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Fisheries Research and Management........           409,955
                                                       =================
Enforcement and Observers:
    Enforcement and Surveillance......................            65,673
    Observers/Training................................            40,074
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Enforcement and Observers/Training.......           105,747
                                                       =================
Habitat Conservation & Restoration:
    Sustainable Habitat Management....................            22,376
    Fisheries Habitat Restoration (Open Rivers & CBRP)            21,647
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Habitat Conservation & Restoration.......            44,023
                                                       =================
Other Activities Supporting Fisheries:
    Antarctic Research................................             2,718
    Aquaculture.......................................             6,102
    Climate Regimes & Ecosystem Productivity..........             4,811
    Computer Hardware and Software....................             3,460
    Cooperative Research..............................            17,567
    Information Analyses & Dissemination..............            19,905
    New England Fisheries Assistance..................            12,500
    Marine Resources Monitoring, Assessment &                        842
     Prediction Program (MarMap)......................
    National Environmental Policy Act [NEPA]..........             8,336
    NMFS Facilities Maintenance.......................             6,535
    Southwest Fisheries Center........................             1,000
    Regional Studies--Southeast Area Monitoring &                  7,206
     Assessment Program [SEAMAP]......................
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Other Activities Supporting Fisheries....            90,982
                                                       =================
Congressionally Designated Projects...................            25,225
                                                       =================
      TOTAL, NMFS.....................................           872,373
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.
    National Environmental Policy Act [NEPA].--The Committee is 
deeply concerned about the impacts of a proposed liquefied 
natural gas [LNG] facility in Fall River, Massachusetts. The 
proposal calls for the construction of an offshore berth in 
Mount Hope Bay that will be connected to an onshore storage 
facility by two 4.25-mile-long cryogenic pipelines. The 
dredging activity and vessel traffic associated with the 
proposed project will have a lasting effect on essential fish 
habitat for 14 federally managed species and critical stocks, 
particularly the southern New England winter flounder. The 
Committee notes that in April 2009 the National Marine 
Fisheries Service issued a final interim rule for the 2009 
groundfish season that prohibits the retention of any catch of 
southern New England winter flounder due to concern about the 
condition of the stock. The Committee has also committed 
significant resources toward efforts to help restore 
commercially valuable stocks and the New England fishing 
industry. Therefore, the Committee expects the National Marine 
Fisheries Service, in providing comments to the Federal Energy 
Regulatory Commission on any draft environmental impact 
statement for the proposal, to insist on mitigation measures, 
including a no-action alternative, that will ensure the 
recovery of southern New England winter flounder.
    Protected Species.--In addition to the amounts requested, 
the Committee provides programmatic increases of: $1,619,000 
for Hawaiian Monk Seal activities for a total of $4,000,000; 
$4,348,000 for Hawaiian Sea Turtle and Incident Take activities 
for a total of $7,800,000; $683,000 for the study and 
protection of cetaceans in the Pacific for a total of 
$1,500,000.
    Observer/Training.--In addition to the amounts requested, 
the Committee provides programmatic increases of: $3,015,000 
for Hawaiian Longline Observer Program for a total of 
$7,100,000.
    Fisheries Research and Management.--Within the amounts the 
Committee recommends programmatic increase of $750,000 for 
regulation activities associated with the Pacific Marine 
Monuments.
    Enforcement.--The Committee is encouraged by the 
administration's request for vessel monitoring, and provides 
additional funding for a total of $1,500,000 for the program to 
continue the ongoing program to install electronic logbooks on 
shrimp boats as required to monitor and reduce bycatch, end 
overfishing, and rebuild overfished stocks including red 
snapper, and to ensure the sustainability of shrimp fisheries. 
The Committee notes that this program is inherent to the 
agency's core mission and implementation of current shrimp 
fishery regulations, and expects that sufficient funding will 
be reflected in future budget requests.
    Regional Studies--Chesapeake Bay.--The Committee directs 
NOAA's Chesapeake Bay Office to continue 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.

                 NOAA OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH

    The Committee's recommendation provides $419,781,000 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.............            52,648
    Climate Data & Information........................            12,080
    Competitive Research Program......................           144,199
    Climate Operations................................               913
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Climate Research.........................           209,840
                                                       =================
Weather & Air Quality Research Programs:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes.............            54,450
    U.S. Weather Research Program.....................             5,500
    Tornado Severe Storm Research/Phased Array Radar..             3,972
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Weather & Air Quality Research...........            63,922
                                                       =================
Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research:
    Laboratories & Cooperative Institutes.............            25,040
    National Sea Grant College Program................            63,085
    Ocean Exploration.................................            22,816
    NOAA's Undersea Research Program..................             8,900
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Ocean, Coastal & Great Lakes Research....           119,841
                                                       =================
Info Tech, R&D, and Science Education: High                       13,028
 Performance Computing Initiatives....................
Congressionally Designated Projects...................            13,150
                                                       -----------------
      TOTAL, OAR......................................           419,781
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Laboratories and Cooperative Institutes.--Of the funds 
provided for Ocean, Coastal and Great Lakes Research, 
$3,200,000 is for the Northern Gulf Institute [NGI]. The NGI is 
a cooperative institute [CI] that was solicited and 
competitively selected by NOAA to develop regional approaches 
to ecosystem management, and research on the interface between 
human, watershed, coast, ocean, and atmosphere continuum. NGI 
won the competitive bid and has excelled in meeting its goals, 
as well as the ones independently established by NOAA. As a 
result, NGI has been held up as a model institute, created 
under the new CI process, and has had a major impact on 
regional approaches to research and educational program 
development. The Committee is disappointed that NOAA did not 
request any funding for this cooperative institute that NOAA 
itself created. The Committee believes this is yet another 
unfortunate example of NOAA's failure to provide adequate 
services that address the pressing and critical needs in the 
Gulf of Mexico. The gulf region is a significant contributor to 
the Nation's economy, and NOAA's own data shows that the gulf 
experiences the highest frequency of severe weather and is 
affected by more disasters than any other region. Therefore, 
the Committee expects NOAA to end this inequity by providing 
adequate base funding for this activity in future budget 
requests.
    National Sea Grant College Program.--The Committee provides 
$63,085,000, of which $4,800,000 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 recognizes 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 their 
divided 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 operations in the Pacific and to advance exploration in 
the Indian Ocean.

                     NOAA NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $889,122,000 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.................           617,842
    Air Quality Forecasting...........................             5,445
    Alaska Data Buoys.................................             1,683
    Sustain Cooperative Observer Network..............             1,871
    NOAA Profiler Network.............................             4,756
    Pacific Island Compact............................             3,515
    Strengthen U.S. Tsunami Warning Network...........            23,264
    Advanced Hydrological Prediction Services.........             6,037
    Aviation Weather..................................            11,363
    WFO Maintenance...................................             7,316
    Central Forecast Guidance (includes Hurricane                 79,525
     Center)..........................................
    National Mesonet Network..........................            16,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Operations and Research..................           778,617
                                                       =================
Systems Operation & Maintenance:
    NEXRAD............................................            46,248
    ASOS..............................................            11,202
    AWIPS.............................................            39,346
    NWSTG Backup--CIP.................................             5,512
    Weather Radio Transmitters and Communications.....             2,297
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Systems Operation & Maintenance..........           104,605
                                                       =================
Congressionally Designated Projects...................             5,900
                                                       =================
      TOTAL, NWS......................................           889,122
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 
$16,000,000 for continuation and expansion of the national 
mesonet program. Funds shall be allocated as follows: (1) 
$8,500,000 to maintain data procurements from existing surface 
in situ mesonet observations, including those observations 
added as a result of the fiscal year 2009 expansion of the 
National Mesonet program; (2) $6,000,000 for competitive 
expansion of the national mesonet program to include 
integration of additional surface in-situ observational data 
from existing networks, with 75 percent of the funds for data 
acquisition from urban and 25 percent for non-urban (rural, 
mountainous, and coastal) areas; (3) $500,000 for the National 
Mesonet Program Office for program oversight and data 
utilization initiatives; and (4) $1,000,000 for data validation 
tools for quality control and network monitoring and 
reliability, with up to $500,000 of these funds for MADIS 
expansion. 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 disappointed that the fiscal year 2010 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 2011 budget a 
robust and expanded national mesonet program. Further, the 
Committee notes it required NOAA to submit a plan 90 days after 
enactment of the fiscal year 2009 Omnibus Appropriations on 
implementation of the national mesonet program, a deadline with 
which the Agency has not complied. The Committee expects this 
plan to be submitted within 30 days of the Committee filing its 
report on the fiscal year 2010 Commerce, Justice, science and 
related agencies appropriations bill.

  NOAA NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL SATELLITE, DATA, AND INFORMATION SERVICE

    The Committee's recommendation provides $176,065,000 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................            39,562
    NSOF Operations...................................             7,810
    Product Processing and Distribution...............            32,698
    Product Development, Readiness & Application......            20,671
    Product Development, Readiness & Application                   3,979
     (Ocean Remote Sensing)...........................
    Joint Center/Accelerate Use of Satellites.........             3,320
    Commercial Remote Sensing Licensing & Enforcement.             1,301
    Office of Space Commercialization.................               649
    Group on Earth Observations [GEO].................               500
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Environmental Satellite Observing Systems           110,490
                                                       =================
Data Centers & Information Services:
    Archive, Access & Assessment......................            36,000
    KY................................................             1,361
    MD................................................             5,435
    NC................................................               275
    WV................................................             1,534
    Regional Climate Centers, NE, IL, NY, NC, LA, NV..             3,900
    Coastal Data Development..........................             4,559
    Environmental Data Systems Modernization..........             9,511
                                                       -----------------
      Total, NOAA's Data Centers & Information                    62,575
       Services.......................................
                                                       =================
Congressionally Designated Projects...................             3,000
                                                       =================
      TOTAL, NESDIS...................................           176,065
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                       NOAA-WIDE PROGRAM SUPPORT

    The Committee recommendation provides $432,240,000 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........            29,438
    Facilities........................................            30,346
    NOAA Wide Corporate Services & Agency Management..           115,561
    DOC Accounting System.............................            10,171
    IT Security.......................................             2,089
    DOC Working Capital Fund..........................            41,944
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Corporate Services.......................           229,549
                                                       =================
NOAA Education Program:
    Education Program/Initiative......................             1,500
    Competitive Educational Grants....................            12,000
    Educational Partnership Program/Minority Serving              14,323
     Institutions [EPPMSI]............................
    BWET Regional Programs............................             7,200
                                                       -----------------
      Total, NOAA Education Program...................            35,023
                                                       =================
Marine Operations & Maintenance:
    Marine Services...................................           117,625
    Fleet Planning and Maintenance....................            17,034
    Aviation Services.................................            29,509
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Marine Operations & Maintenance..........           164,168
                                                       =================
Congressionally Designated Projects...................             3,500
                                                       =================
      GRAND TOTAL, PS.................................           432,240
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    NOAA Education.--The Committee strongly supports NOAA's 
education programs to increase environmental and ocean literacy 
and has provided an additional $6,957,000 to the budget request 
for competitive education grants. NOAA is encouraged to support 
informal education partnership efforts to use new online 
broadband and digital media technologies to improve STEM 
education related to weather, climate, the Great Lakes and the 
ocean. NOAA is also directed to use $2,500,000 of these funds 
to continue education and public outreach opportunities with 
accredited zoos and aquariums, an initiative created in fiscal 
year 2009.
    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 Operation.--Within 90 days of enactment of this act, 
NOAA shall provide the Committee with a report recommending how 
the agency could modernize its Ketchikan, Alaska port facility, 
complete with cost estimates and priorities.
    Aviation Operations.--The Committee encourages NOAA, 
working with the Federal Aviation Administration, to continue 
to investigate the potential opportunities created, and the 
risks posed, by unmanned aerial vehicles [UAV] operating in 
civil air space. Recent advancements in UAV technology have 
progressed so much that these vehicles are on the cusp of 
conducting routine environmental missions as a matter of 
standard operations. NOAA's unique aviation expertise, as a 
provider of quality control and a developer of national 
standards, is a valuable national asset to the UAV industry 
which clearly has the potential to conduct operations not only 
on behalf of NOAA programs, but also that of other agencies and 
even academia.

 NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS, RESEARCH AND FACILITIES CONGRESSIONALLY DESIGNATED
                                                    PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      National Ocean Service

Texas A&M University--Corpus        Texas Height Modernization...  update topographical                 $300,000
 Christi, Corpus Christi, TX.                                       elevation models.
University of Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay,  Hawaii Institute of Marine     support coral research in the       2,250,000
 HI.                                 Biology [HIMB] Coral           Hawaiian Archipelago and the
                                     Research.                      Fagatele Bay Sanctuary in
                                                                    American Samoa.
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI  Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative   support University of               1,000,000
                                     [HCRI].                        Hawaii's coral reef
                                                                    monitoring, assessment, and
                                                                    research focused on invasive
                                                                    species, water quality,
                                                                    population structure and
                                                                    recruitment.
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI  International Pacific          conduct systematic and              1,500,000
                                     Research Center.               reliable climatographic
                                                                    research for the Pacific
                                                                    region.
Northwest Straits Commission,       Northwest Straits Marine       supports a citizen-driven           1,600,000
 Mount Vernon, WA.                   Conservation Initiative.       environmental protection
                                                                    commis-  sion.
University of Alaska, Fairbanks,    Extended Continental Shelf     map the extended continental          300,000
 Statewide, AK.                      Mapping.                       shelf [ECS].

 National Marine Fisheries Service

State of Alaska, Coastal Alaska,    Seal and Steller Sea Lion      monitor ice seal populations          300,000
 AK.                                 Biological Research.           in Native villages, and
                                                                    research on species
                                                                    delineation.
State of Alaska, Yukon River, AK..  US/Canada Yukon River Salmon   supports ongoing projects             500,000
                                     Agreement Studies.             required to implement the
                                                                    Federal Government's Yukon
                                                                    River Salmon Agreement
                                                                    [YRSA], which is an annex of
                                                                    the U.S./Canada Pacific
                                                                    Salmon Treaty.
NOAA Southeast Science Center,      Turtle Observer Funding/Gulf   monitor and report the number         250,000
 Miami, FL.                          of Mexico Grouper Fishery.     of threatened loggerhead sea
                                                                    turtle interactions with
                                                                    long line fishing boats.
Florida Fish and Wildlife           Gulf of Mexico Recreational    create a pilot electronic              50,000
 Conservation Commission,            Fishery Electronic Logbook     logbook program for the red
 Tallahassee, FL.                    Pilot.                         snapper fishery in the Gulf
                                                                    of Mexico.
Hawaii Community Foundation,        Hawaii's Living Seascape       improve Hawaii's nearshore          1,000,000
 Honolulu, HI.                       Improvement.                   environment by working with
                                                                    communities to help increase
                                                                    the number and diversity of
                                                                    fish nearshore.
Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers     Emergency Plan to Save Oyster  ocean chemistry monitoring            500,000
 Association, Port Townsend,  WA.    Production on the West         and hatchery retrofitting.
                                     Coast.
Institute for Marine Mammal         Center for Marine Education    further develop a research,         1,000,000
 Studies, Gulfport, MS.              and Research--Ocean Expo--     conservation and rehab
                                     Learning Center.               center for marine mammals.
Maine Department of Marine          Groundfish Industry Emergency  for the Maine groundfish            1,000,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.             Economic Assistance.           industry.
Maine Department of Marine          Continuation of Protected      provide economic relief to            550,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.             Species Bycatch Reduction      Maine lobstermen.
                                     Maine Groundline Exchange
                                     Program.
Maine Department of Marine          Herring Monitoring Research..  research, assess, and monitor         300,000
 Resources, Augusta, ME.                                            Atlantic herring fishery re-
                                                                     source.
University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI  Joint Institute of Marine and  provide applied scientific          1,250,000
                                     Atmospheric Research [JIMAR]   information on pelagic (open
                                     Pelagic Fisheries research     ocean) fisheries to the
                                     Program [PFRP].                Western pacific Fishery
                                                                    Management Council for use
                                                                    in development of fisheries
                                                                    management policies.
NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI......  Western and Central Pacific    provide relief for Hawaii           3,000,000
                                     Fisheries Commission [WCPFC]   fishermen whose big eye tuna
                                     Big Eye Tuna Quotas.           limitations are anticipated
                                                                    before the end of the season.
NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI......  Hawaii Seafood Safety and      support the sustainable use         1,500,000
                                     Sustainability.                of pelagic fishery resources
                                                                    and the production of
                                                                    healthy, safe domestic
                                                                    seafood by the Hawaii
                                                                    fishing and seafood industry.
NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI......  Western Pacific Integrated     support development of the            500,000
                                     Ecosystem Assessments.         Hawaiian Archipelago Marine
                                                                    Ecosystem research [HAMER]
                                                                    Plan as a key research and
                                                                    management initiative.
Oceanic Institute, Waimanalu, HI..  Hawaii Fisheries Development.  develop economically viable           400,000
                                                                    technology for marine
                                                                    finfish culture.
NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI......  Magnuson-Stevens: Marine       establish a marine education        1,000,000
                                     Education and Training.        and training program in the
                                                                    Pacific Islands and Alaska
                                                                    as authorized in Magnuson
                                                                    Stevens.
School for Marine Science and       New England Multi-Species      New England multi-species           3,000,000
 Technology [SMAST], New Bedford,    Surveys and Development.       groundfish surveys, research
 MA.                                                                and development.
Massachusetts Marine Fisheries      Scallop Fishery Assessment     continued research and              1,000,000
 Institute, New Bedford, MA.         [MFI].                         programming to promote
                                                                    scallop fishery
                                                                    sustainability.
New England Aquarium, Boston, MA..  Consortium for Wildlife        develop innovative gear             1,250,000
                                     Bycatch Reduction.             solutions to reduce fishing
                                                                    bycatch.
The Nature Conservancy,             Long Island Sound Habitat      regional habitat initiative           100,000
 Middletown, CT.                     Research Initiative.           to identify causes of
                                                                    erosion and seagrass decline.
NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office,         Chesapeake Bay Oyster          restore Chesapeake Bay's            3,000,000
 Annapolis, MD.                      Restoration.                   native oyster populations
                                                                    into a healthy and
                                                                    sustainable fishery in
                                                                    Maryland and Virginia.
State of Alaska, Statewide, AK....  Bering Sea Crab Management     crab management and research          300,000
                                     and Research.                  activities.
Roger Williams University,          Narragansett Bay Shellfish     shellfish restoration in              500,000
 Bristol, RI.                        Restoration.                   Narragansett Bay.
Commercial Fisheries Research       Cooperative Research and       cooperative research,                 600,000
 Foundation, Saunderstown,  RI.      Technical Assistance.          technical assistance, and
                                                                    equipment.
Partnership for Mid-Atlantic        Partnership for Mid-Atlantic   supports a multi-state              1,000,000
 Fisheries Science [PMAFS],          Fisheries Science [PMAFS]--    partnership utilizing
 Mellville, NY.                      Fish stock improvement         academic and recreational/
                                     initiative.                    commercial fisheries
                                                                    resources to address the
                                                                    most urgent scientific
                                                                    issues limiting successful
                                                                    management of the summer
                                                                    flounder and black sea bass
                                                                    fisheries in NY/NJ.
NH Fish & Wildlife, Concord, NH...  NH Commercial Fishermen        provide assistance to New             825,000
                                     Sustainability Initiative.     Hampshire's fishermen due to
                                                                    economic impacts of new and
                                                                    existing regulations.
Society for the Preservation of     Merrimack River Fish Habitat   protect watersheds critical           300,000
 New Hampshire Forests [SPNHF],      Conservation.                  to New Hampshire's
 Concord, NH.                                                       anadromous fish species.
University of New Orleans, New      UNO, Pontchartrain Basin       conduct research and                  250,000
 Orleans, LA.                        Restoration.                   restoration of the
                                                                    Pontchartrain Basin.

 Oceanic and Atmospheric Research

University of Tennessee Space       UTSI Atmospheric Science       atmospheric science research          500,000
 Institute, Tullahoma, TN.           Research.                      to provide NOAA with
                                                                    enhanced research
                                                                    capabilities.
University of Mississippi,          National Sea Grant Law Center  legal research and assistance         750,000
 University, MS.                                                    for Sea Grant College Pro-
                                                                    grams.
University of Mississippi,          National Institute for         purchase the equipment and          3,700,000
 University, MS.                     Undersea Science and           research for seafloor
                                     Technology.                    mapping and exploration.
University of Southern              Marine Aquaculture Lab         create, develop, and                3,200,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Operations.                    commercialize new technology
                                                                    to meet the U.S. demand for
                                                                    warm water marine
                                                                    aquaculture.
University of New Hampshire,        AIRMAP at UNH................  continue weather and air              500,000
 Durham, NH.                                                        quality research.
Plymouth State University,          New England Weather            continue weather technology           250,000
 Plymouth, NH.                       Technology and Research        and observation.
                                     Initiative.
Florida State University,           Center for the Study of Vapor  study the large-scale sources         500,000
 Tallahassee, FL.                    Mercury in the Atmosphere.     and fates of atmospheric
                                                                    mercury.
Florida International University,   Observing, Modeling, and       develop a real-time                   100,000
 Miami, FL.                          Visualizing Storm Surge        probability forecast and
                                     Inunda-  tion.                 visualization of surge
                                                                    inundation.
University of Maryland Baltimore    Integrating Climate Change     research, understand and            3,000,000
 County [UMBC]; University of        into the Restoration of the    predict the effects of
 Maryland Center for Environmental   Chesapeake Bay and Watershed.  climate and land-use changes
 Science [UMCES], Solomons,                                         on the Chesapeake Bay and
 Baltimore, MD.                                                     its watershed.
Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston,  Climate Change and Air         study the impact of climate           350,000
 MA.                                 Pollutant Impacts to New       change on New England's rare
                                     England's Rare Alpine Zone.    alpine zone.
Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL..  Redstone UAS Development for   track and study weather               300,000
                                     Weather and Atmospheric        patterns.
                                     Research.

     National Weather Service

Jackson State University, Jackson,  Regional Ensembling System     continue dispersion                 1,000,000
 MS.                                 for Atmospheric Dispersion     forecasting capability
                                     Forecasting.                   tailored for application in
                                                                    the gulf coast region.
University of Hawaii and            Remote Infrasonic Monitoring   continue the second year of         2,000,000
 University of Mississippi,          of Natural Hazards.            collaborative research
 Honolulu, HI and Oxford, MS.                                       applying infrasonic
                                                                    technology to monitor
                                                                    hazards such as hurricanes
                                                                    and tsunamis.
University of Miami, Miami, FL....  Joint Center for Hurricane     conduct research to improve           500,000
                                     Research.                      hurricane forecasts.
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.

National Environmental, Satellite,
    Data & Information Services

NOAA National Climatic Data         Integrated Data and            support national, regional          3,000,000
 Center, Asheville, NC.              Environmental Applications     and international climate
                                     [IDEA] Cen-  ter.              and ocean observing system.

          Program Support

NOAA Office of Education, Honolulu  Marine Education Program.....  supports NOAA's efforts to          1,750,000
 and statewide, HI.                                                 continue development and
                                                                    implementation of an
                                                                    integrated marine science
                                                                    education curriculum in
                                                                    Hawaii.
NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office,         Chesapeake Bay Interpretive    support education and                 500,000
 Annapolis, MD.                      Buoy System.                   outreach activities, and
                                                                    expand and maintain existing
                                                                    buoy network.
Chesapeake Bay Environmental        Chesapeake Bay Environmental   support restoration and               250,000
 Center, Grasonville, MD.            Center.                        education activities at the
                                                                    Chesapeake Bay Environmental
                                                                    Center.
Save the Bay, Providence, RI......  Marine Education Program.....  marine education on                 1,000,000
                                                                    Narragansett Bay.
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               PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION, AND CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$1,843,647,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,391,279,000
House allowance.........................................   1,409,148,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,397,685,000

\1\Includes $600,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,397,685,000 for 
NOAA's procurement, acquisition, and construction. The 
recommendation is $154,038,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding, and 
$6,406,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee provides funding for congressionally 
designated projects listed within 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
     more than 3 percent admin.)......................
    National Estuarine Research Reserve Construction &             3,890
     Land Acquisition.................................
    Marine Sanctuaries Construction/Acquisition.......            15,995
                                                       -----------------
      Total, National Ocean Service--PAC..............            39,885
                                                       =================
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................            26,169
    Cooperative Observer Network Modernization [NERON]             3,734
    Complete and Sustain NOAA Weather Radio...........            11,337
    NOAA Profiler Network.............................             7,500
    WFO Construction..................................             3,504
                                                       -----------------
      Total, National Weather Service--PAC............            91,064
                                                       =================
NESDIS:
    Geostationary Systems [GOES-N]....................            57,601
    Geostationary Systems [GOES-R]....................           712,500
    Polar Orbiting Systems [POES].....................            43,135
    Polar Orbiting Systems [NPOESS]...................           382,200
    JASON-3...........................................            20,000
    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..............................         1,232,357
                                                       =================
Program Support:
    Vessel Equip. & Tech Refresh......................             1,000
    Temporary Berthing for HENRY B. BIGELOW...........             1,000
    New Vessel Construction...........................             3,000
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Program Support--PAC.....................             5,000
                                                       =================
Congressionally Designated Projects...................            19,000
                                                       =================
      GRAND TOTAL--PAC................................         1,397,685
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite 
System [NPOESS].--The NPOESS program has struggled for years 
with cost overruns and schedule delays resulting in a high risk 
of gaps occurring to our Nation's weather and climate satellite 
coverage. A recent independent review team tasked with 
assessing all aspects of the program found many overarching 
flaws, ultimately determining that NPOESS is a program with a 
low probability of success. This conclusion reinforces the 
Committee's lack of confidence in the management of this 
important program. Although the administration provides the 
Committee with updates on the program's milestones and 
setbacks, the Committee has not received long-term, realistic 
budget projections that coincide with a reformed strategic 
plan. Changes to the overall management structure are needed to 
bring the program back in line, which includes modifying the 
relationship between NOAA and the Department of Defense, and to 
enlist more help from an agency with real space acquisition 
experience, such as NASA.
    The administration has not responded to any recommendations 
from the recent review team, and the Committee was told that it 
could not expect any management changes until after the 2010 
budget is passed. Recognizing how critical this satellite 
program is to forecasting our Nation's weather, the Committee's 
recommendation fully funds the budget request for 2010 based on 
current information. However, the program's long-term 
projections for success are dubious, and if NPOESS is to 
ultimately achieve its mission, the administration needs to 
disengage from its auto-pilot management style, start making 
responsible decisions and regain control of this unwieldy 
program. Within 30 days of enactment of this act, the 
administration is directed to provide the Committee with a new 
inter-agency management plan for NPOESS addressing all of the 
recommendations from every recent internal and external review.
    NOAA Cooperative Institute and Research Center for 
Southeast Weather and Hydrology.--$15,000,000 is provided for 
the continued construction of a research facility and weather 
related instrumentation and equipment. The Gulf of Mexico 
region lacks the infrastructure, research, and support from 
NOAA that other regions of the country have perpetually 
received. The Department of Commerce and NOAA have continued to 
ignore this region's vulnerability to weather-related 
disasters. Since 1980, the largest instances of billion dollar 
weather-related catastrophes have occurred in the gulf coast 
region. The loss of life and destruction of property from 
hurricanes, tropical storms, heat-waves, droughts, and flooding 
in this region have cost taxpayers approximately 
$652,000,000,000. NOAA's own research shows that the Southeast 
experiences more severe weather events than any other part of 
the country--yet, federally funded climate and weather research 
in the region has lagged. The Committee notes this glaring void 
and encourages NOAA to work with Southeastern universities in 
establishing the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Southeast 
Weather and Hydrology. This coordinated effort will provide 
researchers a better understanding of the dynamics of weather 
and hydrology in the region.

    NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION PROCUREMENT, ACQUISITION AND CONSTRUCTION CONGRESSIONALLY
                                               DESIGNATED PROJECTS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Great Bay Resource Protection       Great Bay Land Acquisition...  continue protection and            $3,000,000
 Partnership, Portsmouth, NH.                                       acquisition of critical
                                                                    lands and habitats.
Thunder Bay, Alpena, MI...........  Thunder Bay National Marine    expand the Great Lakes              1,000,000
                                     Sanctuary--Phase II.           Maritime Heritage Center.
Alabama Universities, Tuscaloosa,   Cooperative Institute and      better understand the              15,000,000
 AL.                                 Research Center for            dynamics of weather and
                                     Southeast Weather and          hydrology in the Southeast
                                     Hydrology.                     U.S. and its impact.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                  PACIFIC COASTAL SALMON RECOVERY FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $80,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................           (\1\)
House allowance.........................................................
Committee recommendation................................      80,000,000

\1\The budget request, as amended, recommended $50,000,000 for this 
account within NOAA/ORF by transfer.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $80,000,000 for the 
Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery Fund. The recommendation is the 
same as the fiscal year 2009 enacted level. 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.

                      COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................    ($3,000,000)
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     (3,000,000)
House allowance.........................................     (3,000,000)
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, 2009....................................    ($4,000,000)
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     (5,000,000)
House allowance.........................................     (5,000,000)
Committee recommendation................................     (6,000,000)

    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, 2009....................................     $53,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      64,000,000
House allowance.........................................      53,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      61,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $61,000,000 for 
Departmental Management Salaries and Expenses. The 
recommendation is $8,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and $3,000,000 below 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.
    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 
Committees on Appropriations of the House and the Senate 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.
    Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Program.--The Committee 
extends the Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Program for another 
2 years.

                   HCHB RENOVATION AND MODERNIZATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $5,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      22,500,000
House allowance.........................................       5,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      22,500,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $22,500,000, which is 
$17,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the 
same as the budget request for the Herbert C. Hoover Building 
Renovation.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2009....................................  \1\$31,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      27,000,000
House allowance.........................................      27,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      27,000,000

\1\Includes $6,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $27,000,000. The 
recommendation is $1,200,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, not including supplemental funding, and the same as the 
budget request.

               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 provides authority for the Secretary of 
Commerce and Bureaus to collect and retain conference fees.
    Section 106 provides authority for the Secretary of 
Commerce to furnish certain services within the Herbert C. 
Hoover Building.
    Section 107 provides authority for Secretary of Commerce to 
negotiate or re-evaluate international agreements related to 
fisheries, marine mammals, or sea turtles.
    Section 108 extends the authority of the Emergency Steel 
Loan Guarantee Program for another 2 years.
    Section 109 to clarify 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 110 to provide the National Marine Fisheries 
Service the authority to accept non-Federal funds.

                                TITLE II

                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

    The Committee recommends a total of $27,385,286,000 for the 
Department of Justice [DOJ]. The recommendation is 
$1,297,665,000 above the fiscal year 2009 funding level, 
excluding emergency supplemental appropriations, and 
$311,376,000 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 Xcellerator 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 address 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.
    Agent Benefits.--The Committee is concerned that the 
Department of Justice does not provide comparable benefits to 
Foreign Service employees for DOJ employees working abroad. The 
Committee strongly believes that DOJ employees serving abroad 
in appropriately designated areas should receive the same pay, 
benefits, and compensation as other Foreign Service employees 
from other agencies. The Committee is also concerned about the 
continuing failure by the Department to address the practice of 
penalizing employees stationed abroad by denying them locality 
pay. This denial not only affects their paychecks but has long 
term negative consequences on their retirement calculations. 
The Committee directs the Department to address this and any 
other potentially related compensatory concerns immediately, 
and to submit a report to the Senate Committee on 
Appropriations not later than 90 days after enactment of this 
act which details what the Department has done to address this 
inequity. The Committee notes this report was required to be 
submitted by June 9, 2009 and the Department has failed to 
submit it.
    Indian Country Prosecutions.--The Committee is concerned 
about the Department's refusal to disclose the rate of and 
reasons for U.S. Attorneys [USAs] declining to prosecute some 
of the most serious crimes on Indian Reservations. Based on 
Department of Justice data, the Senate Committee on Indian 
Affairs has found that the prosecution declination rate is 
higher than 60 percent for the most serious crimes committed on 
reservations. Therefore, the Committee directs the Attorney 
General to report to the Committee on Appropriations of the 
Senate and the Select Committee on Indian Affairs on the 
declination rate of crimes committed on reservations from 
fiscal years 2008 and 2009, as well as the reasons for 
declining to bring prosecutions. The report shall include a 
discussion of the USA's criteria for determining when to bring 
a prosecution on Indian Country, including how it compares to 
the prosecution practices elsewhere in the United States and 
its contiguous territories. The Committee further directs that 
this report be completed no later than 180 days after enactment 
of this act.

                         General Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $105,805,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     178,488,000
House allowance.........................................     115,988,000
Committee recommendation................................     118,488,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $118,488,000 for 
General Administration salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $12,683,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $60,000,000 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.
    Post-Guantanamo Activities.--The Committee recommendation 
does not include $60,000,000 requested for the anticipated 
costs of detaining, prosecuting, and incarcerating individuals 
transferred from detention facilities at Guantanamo Bay.
    Departmental Offices.--The Committee has established 
specific limitations for each individual program and policy 
office. The accompanying bill includes a provision authorizing 
a cumulative total of transfers of up to 5 percent between each 
activity (Departmental Leadership; Intergovernmental/External 
Affairs; Executive Support/Professional Responsibility; and 
Justice Management Division) and after 5 percent, the 
Department shall seek prior approval from the Senate Committee 
on Appropriations.

                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Departmental Leadership:
    Attorney General...................................            5,806
    Deputy Attorney General............................            9,391
    Office of Privacy and Civil Liberties..............            1,493
    Associate Attorney General.........................            2,003
                                                        ----------------
      Subtotal.........................................           18,693
                                                        ================
Intergovernmental Relations and External Affairs:
    Public Affairs.....................................            3,076
    Legislative Affairs................................            3,964
    Intergovernmental and Public Liaison...............            1,061
                                                        ----------------
      Subtotal.........................................            8,101
                                                        ================
Executive Support and Professional Responsibility:
    Legal Policy.......................................            6,180
    Professional Responsibility........................            6,535
                                                        ----------------
      Subtotal.........................................           12,715
                                                        ================
Justice Management Division............................           78,979
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................          118,488
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                   NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE CENTER

Appropriations, 2009....................................................
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     $44,023,000
House allowance.........................................      44,023,000
Committee recommendation................................................

    The Committee's recommendation does not include funding for 
the National Drug Intelligence Center.

                 JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $80,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     123,617,000
House allowance.........................................      88,285,000
Committee recommendation................................      95,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $95,000,000 for 
Justice Information Sharing Technology. The recommendation is 
15,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and 
$28,617,000 below the budget request.
    Cyber Security.--The Committee's recommendation includes 
$27,439,0000 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. The Committee urges the 
Department to exercise discretion in testing cyber security 
protections to ensure that all relevant players have been 
alerted to the timing of these tests and to minimize any 
potential negative impact on DOJ employees.

            TACTICAL LAW ENFORCEMENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $185,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     205,143,000
House allowance.........................................     205,143,000
Committee recommendation................................     206,143,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $206,143,000 for 
Tactical Law Enforcement Wireless Communications. The 
recommendation is $21,143,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $1,000,000 above 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 Committee recommendation provides 
$21,143,000 within this account for the Integrated Wireless 
Network [IWN].
    The request for IWN does not sufficiently address the 
Department's communications deficiencies and will contribute to 
the ongoing delays in the nationwide deployment of their 
consolidated 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/upgrade aging/failing systems along the 
Southwest border and in other areas of the country.
    Consistent with direction in the explanatory statement 
accompanying Public Law 111-8, all funds for IWN should be 
spent on modernization and improvement of land mobile [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 set specific and 
detailed performance milestones for the use of IWN funds, 
including dates for planned completion. These milestones should 
be reported to the House and Senate Committees on 
Appropriations within 60 days of the enactment of this act, and 
quarterly updates should be provided on the Department's 
progress in meeting those milestones. 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 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, 2009....................................    $270,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     300,685,000
House allowance.........................................     300,685,000
Committee recommendation................................     300,685,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $300,685,000 for 
Administrative Review and Appeals. The recommendation is 
$30,685,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal 
to 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.
    Personnel and Infrastructure Increases.--The Committee 
recommendation includes $24,253,000 for personnel and 
infrastructure investments needed to efficiently process an 
increasing immigration adjudication caseload. Of this total, 
$10,250,000 is for the eWorld document management system to 
improve EOIR's ability to store, distribute and archive its 
files.
    Legal Orientation Program [LOP].--The Committee 
recommendation includes $6,500,000, an increase of $2,500,000, 
for continued implementation and expansion of LOP. The 
Committee 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, 2009...................................\1\$1,355,319,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,438,663,000
House allowance.........................................   1,438,663,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,438,663,000

\1\Including $60,000,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,438,663,000 for 
the Office of the Federal Detention Trustee [OFDT]. The 
recommendation is $143,344,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding, 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 report 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 that are associated with 
them.

                      Office of Inspector General

Appropriations, 2009....................................  \1\$77,681,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      84,368,000
House allowance.........................................      84,368,000
Committee recommendation................................      84,368,000

\1\Includes $2,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $84,368,000 for the 
Office of the Inspector General. The recommendation is 
$8,687,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not 
including emergency funding, and equal to 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, 2009....................................     $12,570,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      12,859,000
House allowance.........................................      12,859,000
Committee recommendation................................      12,859,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $12,859,000 for the 
United States Parole Commission. The recommendation is $289,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request.
    The Commission is an independent body within the Department 
of Justice that makes decisions regarding requests for parole 
and supervision of Federal prisoners and certain District of 
Columbia prisoners.

                            Legal Activities


                        GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

                     (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS)

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$805,655,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     875,097,000
House allowance.........................................     875,097,000
Committee recommendation................................     875,097,000

\1\Including $1,648,000 in supplemental funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $875,097,000 for 
General Legal Activities salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $71,090,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding, and equal to 
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, and Interpol.
    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 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 restore its 
base capacity to enforce civil rights laws; expand its capacity 
to prosecute and provide litigation support for human 
trafficking and unsolved civil rights era crimes; carry 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 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 Criminal 
Division to increase efforts to investigate and prosecute 
serious human rights crimes committed by these foreign 
nationals, including genocide, torture, use or recruitment of 
child soldiers, and war crimes and other offenses committed by 
serious human rights violators. Within the available funds the 
Committee directs that $1,800,000 be allocated for attorneys, 
analysts, and support personnel in the Criminal Division. 
Pursuant to Public Law 111-8, the Department was required to 
hire an additional 10 attorneys, 6 analysts, and associated 
personnel to investigate and prosecute individuals who violate 
Federal laws on serious human rights abuses. The Committee is 
frustrated that the Department has still not hired requisite 
personnel for this important mission and directs the Department 
to submit to the Committee within 60 days of enactment of this 
act a report detailing what steps the Department has taken to 
hire requisite personnel to investigate and prosecute serious 
human rights crimes, including but not limited to criminal 
statutes on genocide, torture, use of child soldiers, and war 
crimes.
    The Committee recommendations, by Division, are displayed 
in the following table:

                             LEGAL DIVISIONS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Office of the Solicitor General........................          $10,809
Tax Division...........................................          105,877
Criminal Division......................................          176,861
Civil Division.........................................          287,758
Environment and Natural Resources Division.............          109,785
Office of Legal Counsel................................            7,665
Civil Rights Division..................................          145,449
Interpol USNCB.........................................           30,091
Office of Dispute Resolution...........................              802
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................          875,097
------------------------------------------------------------------------

               THE NATIONAL CHILDHOOD VACCINE INJURY ACT

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $7,883,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       7,833,000
House allowance.........................................       7,833,000
Committee recommendation................................       7,833,000

    The Committee recommendation provides a reimbursement of 
$7,833,000 for legal costs. The recommendation is equal to the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to 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, 2009....................................    $157,788,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     163,170,000
House allowance.........................................     163,170,000
Committee recommendation................................     163,170,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $163,170,000 for 
the Antitrust Division. The recommendation is $5,382,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget 
request. This appropriation is offset by $102,000,000 in pre-
merger filing fee collections, resulting in a direct 
appropriation of $61,170,000.
    The Antitrust Division investigates potential violations of 
Federal antitrust laws, represents the interests of the United 
States in cases brought under these laws, acts on antitrust 
cases before the Supreme Court, and reviews decisions of 
regulatory commissions relating to antitrust law.

                        UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$1,851,336,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,926,003,000
House allowance.........................................   1,934,003,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,926,003,000

\1\Including $15,000,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,926,003,000 for 
the U.S. Attorney's salaries and expenses. The recommendation 
is $89,667,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not 
including supplemental funding, and equal to the budget 
request.
    This account supports the Executive Office for U.S. 
Attorneys [EOUSA] and the 94 U.S. Attorneys headquarters 
offices throughout the United States and its territories. The 
U.S. Attorneys [USAs] serve as the principal litigators for the 
U.S. Government for criminal and civil matters. As in past 
years, the Committee directs the U.S. Attorneys 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 $36,980,000 shall be available for this 
purpose in fiscal year 2010.
    Southwest Border Enforcement.--Within the funds provided, 
the Committee includes the requested programmatic increase of 
$8,127,000 and 75 positions to strengthen prosecutions of 
criminal enterprises, including human, drug, and weapon 
smuggling, along the Southwest border.
    Combating Financial Fraud.--Within funds provided, the 
Committee includes the requested programmatic increase of 
$7,500,000 and 43 positions to enhance efforts in areas of 
mortgage fraud, bankruptcy, affirmative civil enforcement, and 
white collar crimes.
    Human Trafficking.--The Committee directs the Executive 
Office of U.S. Attorneys, 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 victim 
service organizations, in order to better serve the victims of 
human trafficking and slavery.

                   UNITED STATES TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $217,416,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     224,488,000
House allowance.........................................     224,488,000
Committee recommendation................................     224,488,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $224,488,000 for 
the U.S. Trustee System Fund. The recommendation is $7,072,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the 
budget request. The appropriation is offset by $210,000,000 in 
fee collections and $5,000,000 derived from interest on 
investments in U.S. securities, resulting in a direct 
appropriation of $9,488,000.
    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 2010, the U.S. 
Trustee Program will participate in an estimated 1.5 million 
business and consumer bankruptcy case filings. To carry out its 
duties in these cases under the Bankruptcy Code (title 11) and 
title 28 of the United States Code, the U.S. Trustee Program is 
organized into three levels: the Executive Office for United 
States Trustees in Washington, DC; United States Trustees in 21 
regions whose geographic jurisdiction is established by 
statute; and 95 field offices, which cover 150 court sites and 
280 other administrative hearing locations.

      SALARIES AND EXPENSES, FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $1,823,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       2,117,000
House allowance.........................................       2,117,000
Committee recommendation................................       2,117,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,117,000 for the 
Foreign Claims Settlement Commission. The recommendation is 
$294,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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, 2009....................................    $168,300,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     168,300,000
House allowance.........................................     168,300,000
Committee recommendation................................     168,300,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $168,300,000 for 
fees and expenses of witnesses. The recommendation is equal to 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and to the budget request.
    This account 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.

                      COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $9,873,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      11,479,000
House allowance.........................................      11,479,000
Committee recommendation................................      11,479,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $11,479,000 for the 
Community Relations Service. The recommendation is $1,606,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 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 partner with law enforcement agencies and 
communities in conflict, resulting from the investigation of 
unsolved civil rights era 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, 2009....................................     $20,990,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      20,990,000
House allowance.........................................      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 2009 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, 2009.................................... \1\$964,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,138,388,000
House allowance.........................................   1,138,388,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,125,763,000

\1\Including $10,000,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,125,763,000 for 
the U.S. Marshals Service [USMS] salaries and expenses. The 
recommendation is $175,763,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding, and 
$12,625,000 below the budget request because the difference is 
provided in the USMS construction account.
    The core missions of the USMS include 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 $453,023,000 for judicial and courthouse 
security. The recommendation is $69,575,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    Immigration Enforcement.--The Committee strongly supports 
the U.S. Marshal 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 Committee commends the 
U.S. Marshals Service for annualizing $15,812,000 of prior year 
supplemental funds into its 2010 budget request for enforcement 
of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act. The 
Committee is deeply concerned that the administration has 
failed to request any additional resources to expand this 
program beyond the current level of effort. To fulfill its Adam 
Walsh Act responsibilities, the U.S. Marshals Service requires 
funding to hire and equip at least 500 new Deputy Marshals over 
the next 3 to 5 years. The Committee recommendation includes an 
increase of $35,000,000 to expand Adam Walsh enforcement 
activities in districts across the country. This funding will 
also help establish 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 Marshals Service, 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, 2009....................................      $4,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      14,000,000
House allowance.........................................      14,000,000
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. Included in this 
recommendation for USMS construction is $12,625,000 that the 
administration requested in the Salaries and Expenses account. 
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, 2009....................................  \1\$85,178,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      87,938,000
House allowance.........................................      87,938,000
Committee recommendation................................      87,938,000

\1\Including $1,389,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $87,938,000 for the 
National Security Division [NSD]. The recommendation is 
$4,149,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not 
including supplemental funding 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, 2009....................................    $515,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     537,507,000
House allowance.........................................     528,569,000
Committee recommendation................................     515,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $515,000,000 for 
Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement. The recommendation is 
equal to the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $22,507,000 
below the budget request.
    The Interagency Crime and Drug Enforcement Account funds 
the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Forces [OCDETF]. 
This program was created in 1982 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. Through its nine 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.

                    Federal Bureau of Investigation


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$7,182,700,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,718,741,000
House allowance.........................................   7,718,741,000
Committee recommendation................................   7,668,622,000

\1\Includes $117,600,000 in supplemental appropriation funding (Public 
Law 110-252).

    The Committee's recommendation provides $7,668,622,000 for 
the Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] salaries and 
expenses. The recommendation is $520,922,000 above the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level, not including supplemental funding, 
and $50,119,000 below the budget request because the Committee 
provided $72,119,000 in the FBI Construction account.
    Five-Year Budget.--The Committee understands that the FBI's 
fiscal year 2010 budget request was originally formulated under 
a 5-year budget development process, but is concerned that it 
was not adopted by the administration. 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 an additional $22,000,000 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 $140,311,000 for this effort, 
which includes an additional 260 positions and $61,180,000 to 
further the FBI's investigatory, intelligence gathering, and 
technological capabilities.
    Overseas Contingency Operations.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes $101,066,000, as requested, for the 
annualization of the FBI's terrorism supplemental funds.
    Records Management.--The Committee's recommendation 
includes requested funding to continue records indexing and 
other preparations to make FBI's case and administrative files 
universally searchable and accessible, and to ensure that they 
are useful intelligence and investigative tools.
    Workforce Distribution.--The Committee notes that the FBI's 
staffing levels have increased since 2001 and will increase 
again in fiscal year 2010. While the FBI has undergone a major 
reorganization of its mission priorities, the Committee is 
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.--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 $4,170,054,000 in base funding and 
$268,946,000 in enhancements for national security initiatives, 
including $198,302,000 for domain and operations, $45,531,000 
for surveillance, and $25,113,000 for strengthening the FBI 
workforce.
    Criminal Justice Information Services Division.--The 
Committee recommendation provides $651,000,000 including fee 
collections for the Criminal Justice Information Services 
Division [CJIS], including $285,000,000 in appropriated funds 
and $366,000,000 in user fees.
    Biometrics.--The FBI is uniquely situated to take a 
significant role in the expanding field of biometrics. Already, 
the FBI is a leader in using fingerprint and DNA identification 
for forensic purposes. The FBI's Biometrics Technology Center 
will allow the FBI to standardize and effectively implement 
emerging biometric tools and services for the law enforcement 
community. Therefore, the Committee includes bill language to 
permit the FBI to transfer up to $30,000,000 in prior year user 
fees from the Salaries and Expenses account to the Construction 
account for the facility, if determined necessary by the FBI 
Director. In addition, the Committee directs that $23,000,000 
in prior year user fee collections be made available for 
information technology equipment and infrastructure that is 
necessary for the facility.
    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, war crimes, and other offenses committed by 
serious human rights violators. The Committee directs, within 
available funds, $1,500,000 for the establishment of a human 
rights unit at FBI headquarters, staffed by 10 agents and 
associated support personnel, to detect, investigate, and 
support the criminal prosecution of individuals who violate the 
Federal laws on serious human rights crimes, including but not 
limited to criminal statutes on child solider recruitment and 
use, genocide, torture, and war crimes.
    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 $46,315,000 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 Emmitt Till Unsolved Civil Right Act.
    Critical Infrastructure.--The Committee is 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 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 $52,723,000 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.
    Innocence Lost Initiative.--Every day children are being 
recruited and forced into child prostitution. Child victims are 
not voluntary participants; rather they are modern-day slaves 
forced into commercial sex abuse. 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 575 children, and led to the conviction of 
more than 300 child exploiters. The Committee applauds these 
efforts and provides $5,000,000 to hire an additional 10 agents 
for the Innocence Lost Initiative.
    Mortgage Fraud.--The sub-prime mortgage crisis threatens 
the Nation's economic security. Suspicious Activity Reports 
filed by various financial institutions increased almost 200 
percent within the last 3 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 
$25,491,000 increase to hire 50 new agents to augment the 
current positions conducting mortgage fraud investigations.
    Retention and Relocation Bonuses.--The Committee is aware 
of continuing concerns about annuity losses and relocation 
costs associated with the implementation of the Field Office 
Supervisory Term Limit policy. In light of such concerns, and 
difficulties in filling leadership positions at the field 
supervisor level, the FBI revised the policy in December 2008 
to extend term limit from 5 to 7 years. Title V of this bill 
continues, and makes permanent, retention and relocation bonus 
authorities provided to the FBI under 5 U.S.C. 5759. The 
Committee encourages the Bureau to use these authorities to 
provide appropriated compensation to agents who were relocated 
to high-cost areas or have been otherwise negatively affected 
by the implementation of the Field Office Supervisory Term 
Limit policy.

                              CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $153,491,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     142,796,000
House allowance.........................................     132,796,000
Committee recommendation................................     244,915,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $244,915,000 for 
Federal Bureau of Investigation [FBI] construction. The 
recommendation is $91,424,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
funding level and $102,119,000 above the budget request. 
Included in this recommendation for FBI construction is 
$72,119,000 that the administration requested in the Salaries 
and Expenses account for Sensitive Compartmented Information 
Facilities [SCIFs].
    Biometrics Technology Center.--The Committee recommendation 
includes $97,600,009, as requested. The FBI's Biometrics 
Technology Center [BTC] is a joint biometrics facility that 
will house both the FBI Biometrics Center of Excellence and the 
DOD's Biometrics Fusion Center. The FBI is currently working 
with DOD in theater to collect and search biometrics 
information. This effort has shown the critical role emerging 
biometric technology has played in the war on terror, and as of 
March 2009, 2,400 known or suspected terrorists have been 
identified; over 75 high value identifications have been made; 
and over 30 improvised explosive devices [IED] makers have been 
identified.
    FBI Academy.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$10,000,000, for an Architectural and Engineering study to help 
determine the full scope of renovations/construction necessary 
for the FBI Academy. 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.
    Terrorist Explosive Devices Analytical Center [TEDAC].--
TEDAC is a multi-agency center that enables a unified effort by 
law enforcement, intelligence, and military assets to 
technically and forensically exploit IEDs of interest to the 
U.S. Government world-wide in order to provide actionable 
intelligence to the offensive missions against terrorists and 
to support force protection. The inability to process and 
exploit devices on a timely basis prevents TEDAC and the FBI 
from producing and disseminating intelligence information to 
U.S. warfighters in theater, as well as U.S., State, local, and 
tribal law enforcement engaged in protecting the homeland. 
Without an increased capacity for the timely exploitation of 
devices, appropriate counter IED strategies and technologies 
cannot be developed to prevent and disrupt the use of these 
devices against U.S. personnel overseas and on U.S. territory. 
Therefore, the Committee provides an additional $30,000,000 for 
continued construction of a new TEDAC facility.

                    Drug Enforcement Administration


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$1,959,084,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   2,014,682,000
House allowance.........................................   2,019,682,000
Committee recommendation................................   2,014,682,000

\1\Including $20,000,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $2,014,682,000 for 
the Drug Enforcement Administration [DEA]. The recommendation 
is $75,598,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not 
including supplemental funding, and equal to the budget 
request. The recommendation provides $251,790,000 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.
    Diversion Control Program.--Full funding of $251,790,000 is 
provided for the Diversion Control program, which is an 
increase of $2,706,000 for expanded forensic support of 
diversion cases and is fully offset with fee collections.
    Southwest Border Enforcement.--The Committee's 
recommendation includes an increase of $24,075,000 in support 
of DEA's enforcement efforts along the Southwest border. 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.

          Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$1,068,215,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   1,114,772,000
House allowance.........................................   1,105,772,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,114,772,000

\1\Including $14,000,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,114,772,000 for 
the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives [ATF]. 
The recommendation is $60,557,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including supplemental funding, 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.
    Southwest Border Enforcement.--The Committee recommendation 
provides for the full request of $61,016,000 for ATF's efforts 
to combat weapon trafficking on the border. This includes a 
$17,989,000 increase in support of ATF's Project Gunrunner.
    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 work 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 2010 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.

                              CONSTRUCTION

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

    The Committee recommendation fully funds the request of 
$6,000,000 to complete Phase Two of the National Center for 
Explosives Research and Training [NCETR]. NCETR will further 
advance Federal, State and local government agencies to develop 
and maintain adequate domestic preparedness. The NCETR will 
also afford first responder, bomb technicians and investigators 
the training necessary to complete thorough and effective post-
blast investigations.

                         Federal Prison System

    The Committee recommendation provides a total of 
$6,079,831,000 for the Federal Prison System, or Bureau of 
Prisons [BOP]. The recommendation is $94,614,000 below the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not including supplemental 
funding, and equal to the budget request.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$5,600,792,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   5,979,831,000
House allowance.........................................   6,077,231,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,979,831,000

\1\Including $5,038,000 in supplemental appropriation funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $5,979,831,000 for 
BOP salaries and expenses. The recommendation is $384,077,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not including 
supplemental funding, 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...............................        2,207,729
Institution Security and Administration................        2,676,264
Contract Confinement...................................          895,353
Management and Administration..........................          200,485
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 210,000 by the end of fiscal 
year 2010. Correspondingly, the overcrowding rate is projected 
to rise to 38 percent in 2010, up from 37 percent in 2009. 
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.
    Although Congress provided an additional $160,000,000 above 
the request for fiscal year 2009, BOP used those additional 
funds to meet basic operational needs of its facilities, and 
plans no net increase in staffing in fiscal year 2009 to begin 
to address its understaffing problem. The Committee is 
extremely concerned that the proposed budget for fiscal year 
2010 would once again not permit BOP to manage the basic 
operational needs of its prisons.
    Sexual Misconduct.--The Committee commends the BOP on its 
work to address and prevent 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.
    Activations and Expansions.--The Committee expects BOP to 
adhere to the activation schedule included in BOP's budget 
submission. BOP shall notify the Senate Committee on 
Appropriations of any deviations to this schedule.
    Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary.--The 
Committee recognizes the importance of ensuring that the 
Administrative Maximum United States Penitentiary [ADX], also 
known as ``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 indentified 
by the U.S. Census Bureau in the reporting of inmate address 
information, the Committee encourages 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 $13,778,000 and 61 FTE for 
ISD and other Second Chance Act activities as proposed by the 
Department. The Committee notes, however, BOP has indicated 
that approximately $80,000,000 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 2011 budget request.

                        BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $575,807,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      96,744,000
House allowance.........................................      96,744,000
Committee recommendation................................      99,155,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $99,155,000 for the 
construction, modernization, maintenance, and repair of prison 
and detention facilities housing Federal prisoners. The 
recommendation is $476,652,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, excluding emergency supplemental appropriations, 
and $2,411,000 above the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation provides for $73,769,000 for 
modernization and repairs.
    The Committee's recommendation includes $25,386,000 for new 
construction to enable the Bureau of Prisons to reduce the 
backlog of new construction projects. Although BOP plans to 
activate four new prisons in 2014 (FCI Midwestern/Leavenworth, 
Kansas; USP South Central/Forrest City, Arkansas; USP El Reno 
(Western); USP Bennettsville, South Carolina), it will be 
unable to maintain that schedule without a significant new 
construction appropriation by fiscal year 2011. The Committee 
notes, however, that even if BOP stays on track in activating 
planned new prisons, it will add approximately 13,000 new beds 
between 2010 and 2014 at the same time the BOP population is 
expected to grow by 22,500. The Committee expects the 
Department to ensure that the fiscal year 2011 budget proposal 
for BOP contains sufficient resources to at least stay on track 
with its current plan to activate new prisons, and for BOP to 
address its M&R backlog.

                FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED

                (LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES)

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $2,328,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       2,700,000
House allowance.........................................       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 $372,000 above the 
fiscal year 2009 enacted level and equal to the budget request.

               State and Local Law Enforcement Activities


                    Office on Violence Against Women


       VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION AND PROSECUTION PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$640,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     414,000,000
House allowance.........................................     406,500,000
Committee recommendation................................     435,000,000

\1\Includes $225,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $435,000,000 for 
Office on Violence Against Women [OVW] grants. The 
recommendation is $20,000,000 above fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level, excluding funds provided in the American Recovery and 
Reinvestment Act (Public Law 111-5), and $21,000,000 above the 
budget request. As in fiscal year 2009, 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 15 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.
    The Committee recognizes the often underlying connections 
between domestic violence and a variety of related social ills, 
including youth violence, homelessness and substance abuse. The 
Committee believes that Violence Against Women Act programs not 
only provide critical services to victims fleeing from life-
threatening violence but also addresses these costly social 
problems.
    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 Committee encourages the Department of Justice to work 
together with the Office on Violence Against Women to address 
the intersection of domestic violence and sexual assault with 
crimes such as gang violence, child abuse and trafficking. This 
collaboration would save money across sectors by preventing 
many of these crimes.
    The most recent VAWA reauthorization included a new 
emphasis on prevention and early intervention programs to stop 
violence before it begins or becomes life-threatening. The 
Committee recommends funding for several evidence-based 
programs to prevent domestic and sexual violence, including 
providing services for children who have been exposed to family 
violence and working with men and youths to change attitudes 
that support or condone 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............................................         200,000
    National Institute of Justice--R & D...............          (2,000)
    Transitional Housing Assistance....................         (18,000)
Grants to Encourage Arrest.............................          60,000
Rural Domestic Violence Assistance Grants..............          41,000
Violence on College Campuses...........................           9,500
Civil Legal Assistance.................................          45,000
Sexual Assault Victims Services........................          15,000
Elder Abuse Grant Program..............................           4,250
Safe Havens Project....................................          14,000
Education and Training for Disabled Female Victims.....           6,750
CASA (Special Advocates)...............................          15,000
Training for Judicial Personnel........................           2,500
Stalking Database......................................           3,000
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
Research on Violence Against Indian Women..............           1,000
Closed Circuit Television Grants.......................           1,000
Engaging Men and Youth in Prevention...................           3,000
Training Programs to Assist Probation and Parole                  3,000
 Officers..............................................
National Resource Center on Workplace Responses........             500
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         435,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    STOP Grants.--Within the funds appropriated, $200,000,000 
is for general formula grants to the States. The fiscal year 
2010 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 $15,000,000 to directly funds 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 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. These agencies' ability to serve the needs of 
victims has been hampered by a significant lack of resources. 
SASP addresses this lack of resources and meets the distinct 
need to strengthen the continuum of intervention responses to 
sexual assault victims, their families and the community.
    Congress is firmly committed 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.
    Addressing Violence Against Native Women.--Recent research 
has called attention to the dire needs of Indian tribes to 
address violence against Native women. The lack of a tribal 
order or protection and sex offender registry prevents Indian 
tribes from accessing and sharing this life-saving information. 
While American Indian women are victimized at more than double 
the rate of any other population of women in the United States, 
not a single comprehensive study of rates of violence has been 
conducted. The Committee recognizes this and includes funding 
to conduct research to help document the extent and nature of 
violence against Native women and to establish a tribal 
registry to enhance enforcement of tribal protection orders and 
monitoring of sex offenders.
    Services for Children and Youth.--As many as 10 million 
children a year witness violence in the home, and according to 
the Department of Justice girls and young women ages 16 to 24 
experience the highest rates of intimate partner violence. 
Recognizing the need to intervene early in this cycle of abuse 
and prevent future violence, the Committee is funding two new 
programs that support services for young people exposed to 
violence in the home and teens experiencing violence in their 
own relationships.
    Management and Administration.--The Committee recommends 
maintaining the salaries and expenses account structure 
established in the fiscal year 2009 enacted law to fund the 
management and administrative costs of OVW and other Justice 
Department grant programs. No administrative overhead costs 
shall be deducted from the programs funded from this account.

                       Office of Justice Programs

    Management and Administration.--The Committee recommends 
maintaining the salaries and expenses account structure 
established in the fiscal year 2009 enacted law to fund the 
management and administrative costs of Office of Justice 
Programs [OJP] and other Justice Department grant programs. No 
administrative overhead costs shall be deducted from the 
programs funded from this account.

                           JUSTICE ASSISTANCE

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $220,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     225,000,000
House allowance.........................................     226,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     215,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $215,000,000 for 
Justice Assistance. The recommendation is equal to the fiscal 
year 2009 enacted level and $10,000,000 below the budget 
request.
    The Justice Assistance program provides support to State 
and local law enforcement. Funding in this account provides for 
assistance in the form of research, evaluation, statistics, 
regional information sharing, programs to assist the National 
Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and victim 
notification assistance.
    The Committee's recommendations are displayed in the 
following table:

                           JUSTICE ASSISTANCE
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                           Committee
                       Program                           recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Institute of Justice........................            48,000
    Law Enforcement and Corrections Tech Centers                (15,000)
     [LETC's]........................................
    Office of Science and Technology [OST]...........           (25,000)
    Counterterrorism Research and Development........            (3,000)
    DNA/Forensics....................................            (5,000)
Bureau of Justice Statistics.........................            40,000
    National Crime Victimization Survey [NCVS].......           (20,000)
    Redesign of the NCVS.............................           (15,000)
State Automated Victim Notification System...........            12,000
Regional Information Sharing System [RISS]...........            45,000
Missing and Exploited Children.......................            70,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total..........................................           215,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    National Institute of Justice [NIJ].--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $48,000,000 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 directs that prior to the obligation of any funds, 
NIJ submit a spend plan on how resources will be allocated.
    DNA and Forensics Initiative.--Within amounts provided for 
the NIJ, the Committee recommends $5,000,000 to assist with 
forensics and DNA. Within the amounts provided, OJP shall 
transfer $1,000,000 to support the continuation of the 
development of standards and standard reference materials at 
the National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST] 
Office of Law Enforcement Standards [OLES], to maintain quality 
and proficiency within Federal, State, and local crime 
laboratory facilities.
    Office of Science and Technology [OS&T].--The Committee 
continues to support the efforts of the leadership of the NIJ's 
OS&T and the continuing partnership that OS&T has developed 
with the National Institute of Standards and Technology [NIST]. 
To implement the mission of OS&T, the Committee recommends 
$25,000,000 for OS&T.
    Victim Notification.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $12,000,000 for the Bureau of Justice Assistance [BJA] 
to continue the State Automated Victim Notification grant 
program to allow States to join the National Victim 
Notification Network. No funding may be utilized from within 
the Victims Assistance Program for this initiative and funds 
provided under this heading shall require a 50 percent match 
from State, local, and private sources.
    Regional Information Sharing System.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $45,000,000 for the Regional 
Information Sharing System [RISS]. The Committee supports RISS 
and its role in implementing the National Criminal Intelligence 
Sharing Plan. The RISS program maintains six regionally based 
information networks that provide for the automated exchange of 
crime and terrorism information between Federal, State, and 
local agencies.
    Missing Children Program.--The issue of child abduction and 
exploitation today is part of the national conscience due to 
the numerous child pornography and missing children cases. 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 run by the BJA. The 
Committee recommends $70,000,000 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 funding recommendations for the Missing and Exploited 
Children Program are displayed in the following table:

           NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING AND EXPLOITED CHILDREN
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Committee
                         Program                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children......          30,000
Jimmy Ryce Law Enforcement Training Center..............           5,000
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.............          30,000
Missing and Exploited Children Office...................           3,000
AMBER Alert.............................................           2,000
                                                         ---------------
      Totals............................................          70,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

               STATE AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ASSISTANCE

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$4,093,500,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     728,000,000
House allowance.........................................   1,412,500,000
Committee recommendation................................   1,159,000,000

\1\Includes $2,765,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $1,159,000,000 for 
State and local law enforcement assistance. The recommendation 
is $169,500,000 below the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, 
excluding supplemental appropriations and funds provided in the 
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (Public Law 111-5), and 
$431,000,000 above the budget request.
    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.............           510,000
    National Institute of Justice....................            (5,000)
    SLATT Intelligence State and Local Training......            (2,000)
    PEGASUS..........................................           (10,000)
    John R. Justice Grant Program....................           (10,000)
Byrne Discretionary Grants...........................           178,500
Byrne Competitive Grants.............................            40,000
Indian Assistance....................................            30,000
    Legal Assistance.................................            (3,000)
    Tribal Prison Construction.......................           (10,000)
    Indian Tribal Courts.............................           (10,000)
    Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Grants........            (7,000)
Victims of Trafficking Grants........................            15,000
State Prison Drug Treatment..........................            20,000
Drug Courts..........................................            40,000
Prison Rape Prevention and Prosecution...............             5,000
Capital Litigation...................................             5,500
Missing Alzheimer's Patients Grants..................             2,000
Mental Health Courts.................................            10,000
Second Chance Act....................................            50,000
State Criminal Alien Assistance Program..............           228,000
Border Prosecutor Program............................            25,000
                                                      ------------------
      Total..........................................         1,159,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants.--The Committee is 
concerned that the September 30, 2008, expiration of the crime 
reporting ``transition rule,'' established by 42 U.S.C. 
3755(d)(2)(B), has resulted in approximately 1,000 communities 
falling out of eligibility for Byrne Memorial Justice 
Assistance Grants [Byrne-JAG] direct local awards. A number of 
these communities have high crime rates and were unaware that, 
effective October 1, 2008, compliance with State crime 
reporting requirements no longer ensured compliance with Byrne-
JAG reporting requirements. The Committee encourages these 
communities to come into compliance with current Byrne-JAG 
reporting requirements and directs the Department of Justice to 
collect, process, and validate this information as 
expeditiously as possible in order to ensure fiscal year 2010 
eligibility.
    Nationwide Pegasus Program.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $10,000,000 to support the Nationwide Pegasus Program 
to bring information exchange capability to rural areas. 
Nationwide information exchange capabilities for local law 
enforcement and other essential frontline responders is a 
critical need. Pegasus is a multistate, criminal justice 
information-sharing program that fills that unmet critical need 
for data exchanges between local-to-local law enforcement, and 
across State boundaries and State and Federal agencies.
    Capital Litigation.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $5,500,000 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.
    SEARCH National Technical Assistance and Training 
Program.--The Committee supports efforts to assist States, such 
as West Virginia in the development and use of information 
through criminal justice information systems to accelerate the 
automation of their fingerprints identification processes and 
criminal justice data identification processes so that State 
and local law enforcement which are compatible 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.
    Edward Byrne Discretionary Grants.--The Committee 
recommendation provides $178,500,000 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
                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                           Project                        Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A Child Is Missing, Ft. Lauderdale,  A Child Is Missing--Hawaii.....  For law enforcement assistance         500
 FL.                                                                   for missing and abducted
                                                                       children.
A Child is Missing, Statewide, AR..  A Child is Missing--Arkansas...  For law enforcement assistance         200
                                                                       for missing and abducted
                                                                       children in Arkansas.
Advanced Science and Technology      Initiative to Deploy Judges      To train judges in forensic            500
 Adjudication Resource Center, Inc.   Trained in Forensic Science      science and other technically
 [ASTAR], Washington, DC.             and Technology Law.              complex areas of the law.
Alabama Department of Forensic       AL Department of Forensic        For forensic services..........      1,400
 Science, Montgomery, AL.             Science.
Alabama Department of Public         ADPS Child Sexual Predator       For an investigative program           150
 Safety, Montgomery, AL.              Project.                         focused on child sexual preda-
                                                                        tors.
Alabama Department of Public         Operation Swordphish...........  For technology to fight against      1,000
 Safety, Montgomery, AL.                                               cybercrime and cyber terrorism.
Alabama District Attorney's          Alabama Computer Forensics       For computer forensics lab             300
 Association, Montgomery, AL.         Laboratories.                    equipment, technology, and
                                                                       train-  ing.
Alabama District Attorneys           Zerometh Drug Prevention         To fight methamphetamine.......      1,000
 Association, Montgomery, AL.         Campaign.
Annapolis, MD, Annapolis, MD.......  Capital City Safe Streets        To hire additional staff and           200
                                      Program.                         purchase equipment.
Baltimore City Police Department,    Baltimore City Gun Violence      To reduce illegal gun                1,100
 Baltimore, MD.                       Reduction Initiative.            trafficking and gun violence.
Boulder City Police Department,      Regional Law Enforcement         For the purchase of law                250
 Boulder City, NV.                    Training Facility Equipment.     enforcement training equipment.
Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office,   Regional K-9 Training Facility.  To equip a training facility...        200
 Lake Charles, LA.
California State Department of       Gang Suppression Enforcement     To support a anti-gang violence        500
 Justice, Bureau of Narcotics         Teams.                           prevention program.
 Enforcement, City of Sacramento,
 CA.
Catholic Charities, New Orleans      Family Justice Center New        To maintain and expand services        400
 Region Family Justice Center, New    Orleans Expansion of Services.   and operations to serve more
 Orleans, LA.                                                          victims of family violence and
                                                                       their children.
Center for Women Policy Studies,     National Institute on State      To combat trafficking of women         400
 Washington, DC.                      Policy on Trafficking of Women/  and girls.
                                        Girls.
Chabad of Southern Nevada, Las       Drug Prevention Outreach         For drug prevention and                250
 Vegas, NV.                           Program.                         education efforts.
Champlain College, Burlington, VT..  Champlain College Center for     To train law enforcement               500
                                      Digital Investigation.           officials in computer and
                                                                       digital forensics.
Cherokee County Commission,          Cherokee County Methamphetamine  To combat marijuana............        200
 Cherokee County, AL.                 and Marijuana Reduction
                                      Program.
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle    Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe--     For law enforcement, court           1,000
 Butte, SD.                           Criminal Justice System.         operations, prosecutors,
                                                                       public defender's office, and
                                                                       detention equipment and
                                                                       operations.
Chrysalis, Los Angeles, CA.........  Chrysalis Ex-Offender and        For ex-offender workforce              200
                                      Homeless Job Training            development programs.
                                      Initiative.
City of Baltimore Mayor's Office of  Northwest Baltimore Prisoner Re- To increase ex-offender                500
 Employment Development, Baltimore,   entry Program.                   enrollment and enhance re-
 MD.                                                                   entry services.
Cathedral City, Cathedral City, CA.  Coachella Valley Anti-Gang Task  To reduce gang-related crime in        500
                                      Force Project.                   Coachella Valley.
City of Columbus, Department of      Police Property Crime Lab......  To purchase equipment for the          300
 Public Safety, Columbus, OH.                                          crime lab.
City of Dayton, Dayton, OH.........  Community Initiative to Reduce   To reduce gun-violence and             500
                                      Gun Violence.                    associated homicides.
City of Denton, Denton, TX.........  Regional Public Safety Training  To acquire equipment for a             300
                                      Facility Equipment.              regional public safety
                                                                       training facility.
City of Detroit Police Department,   Eastside Firearm Reduction       To reduce firearm crimes in          1,000
 Detroit, MI.                         Initiative.                      targeted areas.
City of East Palo Alto, East Palo    East Palo Alto Violence          To maintain and enhance                215
 Alto, CA.                            Prevention Initiative.           violence prevention efforts.
City of Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN.  Fort Wayne Police Department     For acquisition and                    300
                                      Palm Print AFIS.                 installation of AFIS.
City of Los Angeles, City of Los     Gang Reduction Youth             For gang prevention and              1,200
 Angeles, CA.                         Development Zones (GRYD Zones).  intervention services in high-
                                                                       risk communities.
City of Moultrie, Moultrie, GA.....  City of Moultrie Police          For a firearms and weapon              200
                                      Department.                      detection simulator.
City of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches,    Public Safety Training           To acquire equipment for a new         400
 TX.                                  Initiative.                      public safety training
                                                                       facility.
City of New Haven, New Haven, CT...  Anti-Violence Community          To support crime prevention            350
                                      Outreach and Law Enforcement     initiatives.
                                      Program.
City of Newark, Newark, NJ.........  Returning Offender Initiative..  To provide training and legal          400
                                                                       services to ex-offenders.
City of Omaha, Omaha, NE...........  Family Justice Center of the     For a one-stop location of             100
                                      Midlands.                        immediate, coordinated
                                                                       services for domestic violence
                                                                       victims.
City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia,  Youth Violence Reduction         For youth violence reduction           500
 PA.                                  Partnership [YVRP].              partnership.
City of Round Rock, Round Rock, TX.  Police Department Technical and  For equipment to fight and             300
                                      Tactical Equipment.              prevent criminal activity and
                                                                       assist first responders.
City of Stockton, Stockton, CA.....  Operation Peacekeepers Gang      For at-risk youth and gang             100
                                      Outreach Program.                outreach programs.
City of Valdosta, Valdosta, GA.....  Valdosta/Lowndes County Joint    To purchase crime lab equipment        200
                                      Crime Lab.
Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC.  Forensics Lab..................  For forensics services.........        250
Cook County, Chicago, IL...........  Mental health services for       To assist mentally ill female          300
                                      female offenders.                offenders.
Coos County Sheriff's Office,        South Coast Interagency          To increase regional public            600
 Coquille, OR.                        Narcotics Team [SCINT].          safety efforts to counter
                                                                       illegal drug activities.
County of Los Angeles Sheriff's      Los Angeles Sheriff Anti-Gang    For centralized gang database          300
 Office, City of Monterrey Park,      Intelligence Data Sharing and    law enforcement information
 County of Los Angeles, CA.           Analysis Database.               sharing.
County of Monterey, City of Salinas  Monterey County Street and Anti- To support gang task force for         500
 and County of Monterey,  CA.         Gang Project.                    suppression, prevention and
                                                                       intervention activities.
County of Muskegon, Muskegon, MI...  Community Re-entry Program.....  For offender re-entry programs.        150
County of Peoria, Peoria, IL.......  Mental Health Court............  To establish a mental health           500
                                                                       court.
County of San Diego, San Diego, CA.  DA Gang and Drug Crime           To investigate and prosecute           200
                                      Investigation and Prosecution.   drug and gang-related crimes.
Covenant House, New York City, NY..  Covenant House Stop Child        To provide prevention and              200
                                      Trafficking Project.             intervention for children at
                                                                       risk of sexual exploitation.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little   Cyber Crimes Investigation       To develop a cyber crimes              100
 Rock, AR.                            Training Initiative.             investigation course.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little   Arkansas School Resource         To train and deploy school             200
 Rock, AR.                            Officer Program.                 resource officers.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little   Rural Law Enforcement Training   For a training program for           1,000
 Rock, AR.                            Initiative.                      rural law enforcement
                                                                       executives.
Dakota County, Hastings, MN........  Regional Police Records          For a regional police records          200
                                      Management System for Dakota     management system.
                                      County Law Enforcement
                                      Agencies.
Day One, Providence, RI............  Child Advocacy Services          For services for child victims         250
                                      Expansion.                       of sexual abuse.
District Attorney's Office, Denver,  Cold Case DNA Project..........  For cold case investigations...        350
 CO.
Dixie State College, St. George, UT  Southwest Regional Criminal      For computer crime prevention        1,000
                                      Justice Computer Crime           and training.
                                      Institute.
Douglas County Juvenile Court,       Douglas County ZERO TO THREE     To care for abused and                  25
 Douglasville, GA.                    Court Team for Maltreated        neglected children and their
                                      Infants and Toddlers.            families.
Eisenhower Foundation, Jackson, MS.  Eisenhower Foundation National   For a prevention program.......        250
                                      Multiple Solutions Safe Haven
                                      Replication and Evaluation
                                      Program.
Enough Is Enough, Uintah County, UT  Utah Internet Safety 101:        For child Internet safety              250
                                      Empowering Parents Program.      protection.
Episcopal Community Services of      Jericho Workforce Development    To expand ex-offender workforce        500
 Maryland, Baltimore, MD.             Initiative for Ex-Offenders.     development services in
                                                                       Baltimore city.
Fort Belknap Indian Community,       Tribal Courts Operations and     To provide training and                300
 Harlem, MT.                          Law Enforcement Activities.      equipment for court staff.
Fulton County, Fulton County, GA...  Fulton County High Intensity     To establish a high intensity          100
                                      Crime Area Task Force.           crime area interdiction task
                                                                       force.
Gallatin County, Bozeman, MT.......  Treatment Court Expansion......  To expand services for drug            100
                                                                       treatment.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation,     Georgia Bureau of                For upgrades, including                300
 Decatur, GA.                         Investigation's Justice          integration into the CISA
                                      Information Management Network.  network.
Greater Nashua Mental Health         Court Partnership Project......  To expand partnership between          325
 Center, Nashua, NH.                                                   court system and mental health
                                                                       services.
Greenville County, SC, Greenville,   Joint Emergency Medical          To conduct a feasibility study.        100
 SC.                                  Services/9-1-1 Dispatch Center.
Guardian Angel Community Services,   Transitional Living Program....  To provide services for                100
 Joliet, IL.                                                           domestic violence victims.
Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center,     Human Rights Alliance..........  To assist victims of crime.....        200
 Honolulu, HI.
Hope House, Inc., Lee's Summit, MO.  Hope House Guardian Program....  For domestic violence                  200
                                                                       prevention.
Housing Authority of Plainfield,     After School Programs and Gang   To provide support to victims          250
 Plainfield, NJ.                      Prevention Job Training          of domestic violence and
                                      Initiative.                      sexual assault.
Idaho Department of Corrections,     National Consortium of Offender  For corrections facility               150
 Boise, ID.                           Management System [NCOMS]        equipment and technology.
                                      Sharing Software Development
                                      Project.
Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID...  Idaho State Policy               For participation in CISA              300
                                      Participation in the Criminal    Network.
                                      Information Sharing Alliance
                                      [CISA] Network.
Independent Development Enterprise   Project Clean Slate............  To assist with barriers to             450
 Alliance, Portland, OR.                                               employment, housing,
                                                                       education, and other
                                                                       opportunities.
Institute for the Study and          Nonviolence Streetworkers        For outreach, mentoring, and           300
 Practice of Nonviolence,             Program.                         violence prevention.
 Providence, RI.
Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA.....  Health and Law Project.........  For continued collaboration            300
                                                                       between the medical and legal
                                                                       communities in servicing low-
                                                                       income Iowans.
Iowa State University, Ames, IA....  Internet-Scale Event and Attack  To provide cyber crime training        200
                                      Generation Environment           for law enforcement.
                                      [ISEAGE].
Iowa State University, Ames, IA....  Forensic Science Testing and     For a forensic science               1,000
                                      Evaluation Laboratory.           initiative.
Jackson State University, Jackson,   National Center for Biodefense   For communications equipment           750
 MS.                                  Communications.                  for first responders.
Jersey City Housing Authority,       Drug Elimination Program.......  To reduce and prevent crime and        300
 Jersey City, NJ.                                                      drug use in public housing.
John Marshall Law School, Chicago,   Veterans Legal Support Center..  To provide legal assistance for        350
 IL.                                                                   veterans.
Kansas Regional Community Policing   Kansas Regional Community        For law enforcement research,          500
 Institute at Wichita State           Policing Institute at Wichita    development and training.
 University, Wichita, KS.             State University.
KidsPeace, Evansville, IN..........  KidsPeace Evansville             For one-time program start-up          300
                                      Therapeutic Foster Care          costs.
                                      Program.
King County Sheriff's Office,        King County Sheriff's Office     To place police officers in            300
 Seattle, WA.                         School Resource Officers.        schools for safety.
King County Sheriff's Office,        Gang Intervention Initiative...  For a gang intervention                400
 Seattle, WA.                                                          initiative.
Lackawanna County, Scranton, PA....  Lackawanna County Treatment      For the Lackawanna County              100
                                      Court.                           Treatment Court for a
                                                                       rehabilitation initiative.
Lane County, Eugene, OR............  Public Safety Technology         For improvements for regional          500
                                      Improvements.                    training, security and
                                                                       communications facilities.
Laredo Community College, Laredo,    Terrorist Interdiction Law       For law enforcement center             400
 TX.                                  Enforcement Training Center.     equipment.
Louisiana Sheriffs' Association,     Louisiana Sheriffs' Association  To educate and train local and         200
 Baton Rouge, LA.                     Institute.                       State law enforcement officers.
Memphis-Shelby County Operation      Prevention Plus................  For educational programs to            170
 Safe Community.                                                       help at-risk students.
Metropolitan Crimes Commission, New  Metropolitan Crimes Commission.  To help eliminate public               500
 Orleans, LA.                                                          corruption and reduce white
                                                                       collar crime.
Middlesex County Prosecutor's        SPEAK UP Hotline Outreach and    For a hotline awareness                500
 Office, New Brunswick, NJ.           Public Education.                campaign to reduce gun
                                                                       violence.
Mississippi State University,        For law enforcement              To accurately utilize large          1,000
 Starkville, MS.                      intelligence software.           quantities of data and
                                                                       intelligence.
Mississippi State University,        MSU Cyber Crime Initiative and   For digital forensics                1,250
 Starkville, MS.                      National Consortium for          investigation training.
                                      Digital Forensics Training.
Monroe County Department of Public   Monroe County Regional Crime     To reduce DNA backlogs.........        100
 Safety, Rochester, NY.               Laboratory Biology/DNA Module.
Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers  Montana Offender Notification    For enhanced juvenile offender         300
 Association, Helena, MT.             and Tracking System--Juvenile    monitoring, tracking and
                                      Justice System [MONTS-JJS].      notification.
Montana State University--Billings,  Academic and Workforce           For educational outreach to            100
 Billings, MT.                        Development Program at the       female prisoners.
                                      Montana Women's Prison.
Municipality of Anchorage,           Sexual Assault Response Team--   To support efforts to combat           200
 Anchorage, AK.                       Forensic Nursing.                sexual assault.
National Center for State Courts,    State Courts Improvement         For research, education and            500
 Williamsburg, VA.                    Initiative.                      technical assistance for State
                                                                       courts.
National Council of Juvenile and     Child Abuse Training Programs    For training court officials on        500
 Family Court Judges, Reno,  NV.      for Judicial Personnel and       handling child abuse cases.
                                      Practitioners under VAWA.
National District Attorneys          State and Local Prosecutor       For prosecutor training........        250
 Association, Columbia, SC, VA.       Training Program at the
                                      National Advocacy Center.
National Judicial College, Reno, NV  Judicial Education and           For NJC continuing operations..        500
                                      Scholarships for Judges.
Nebraska Advocacy Services,          Center for Disability Rights,    To provide legal rights                200
 Scottsbluff, NE.                     Law and Advocacy.                advocacy services to disabled
                                                                       persons in rural areas.
New Hampshire Attorney General's     New Hampshire Multi-             To combat street-level drug            750
 Office, Concord, NH.                 Jurisdictional Drug Task Force   trafficking.
                                      and Drug Interdiction Program.
New Hampshire State Police,          Operation Streetsweeper........  To combat gang and drug-related        750
 Concord, NH.                                                          violence and crime.
New Jersey Institute for             User-Authenticating              For technology to safeguard          1,000
 Technology, Newark, NJ.              Personalized Weapon.             handguns from unauthorized use.
New Mexico Administrative Office of  Drug Court Program.............  To expand drug courts..........        300
 the Courts, Santa Fe, NM.
New Mexico Attorney General,         Human Trafficking Task Force...  To combat human trafficking....        215
 Albuquerque, NM.
New Mexico Attorney General, Santa   Environmental Crimes Unit        To identify, investigate and           220
 Fe, NM.                              Outreach and Training Program.   prosecute environmental crimes.
New Mexico Coalition Against         Hispanic Community Outreach....  For a domestic violence                200
 Domestic Violence, Albuquerque, NM.                                   outreach campaign.
New Mexico Corrections Department,   Prisoner Re-entry Initiative...  To reduce crime by decreasing          500
 Santa Fe, NM.                                                         offender recidivism rates.
New Orleans Business Council and     Fight Crime and Substance Abuse  To provide crime fighting              500
 New Orleans Crime Coalition, New     to Deter Related Crime.          tools, resources, and
 Orleans, LA.                                                          infrastructure in New Orleans.
Nez Perce Tribe, Lapwai, ID........  Children's Justice/Child         To combat child abuse..........        100
                                      Protection.
North Louisiana Crime Laboratory     North Louisiana Crime Lab......  To equip a state-of-the-art            400
 Commission, Shreveport, LA.                                           forensic science center.
Northern Kentucky Drug Strike        Northern Kentucky Drug Strike    For law enforcement training...         35
 Force, Covington, KY.                Force Pharmaceutical Diversion
                                      Program.
Northern Virginia Gang Task Force,   Northern Virginia Gang Task      To pursue and prevent gang-            300
 Leesburg, Virginia, VA.              Force.                           related crimes.
Northwest Virginia Regional Gang     Northwest Virginia Regional      To pursue and prevent gang-            200
 Task Force, Berryville, Virginia,    Gang Task Force.                 related crimes.
 VA.
Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of     Oglala Sioux Tribe Department    For law enforcement, court           1,200
 Public Safety, Pine Ridge,  SD.      of Public Safety.                operations, prosecutors,
                                                                       public defender's office, and
                                                                       detention equipment and
                                                                       operations.
Oklahoma State Bureau of             Oklahoma Participation in the    For the procurement,                   700
 Investigation, Oklahoma City, OK.    Criminal Information Sharing     development and deployment of
                                      Alliance Network.                a case management system.
Oregon Health and Science            Multidisciplinary Institute for  To help psychiatric disorders          200
 University, Portland, OR.            Neuropsychiatric Diagnosis.      associated with
                                                                       methamphetamine abuse.
Phoenix House, Dallas, TX..........  Increasing Access to Substance   To expand residential substance        100
                                      Abuse Treatment Services for     abuse treatment for
                                      Texas Youth.                     adolescents.
Phoenix House, Dublin, NH..........  Clinical Management System.....  To combat substance abuse              200
                                                                       through clinical management
                                                                       system.
Protecting Sexually Exploited        Nevada Safe House Project......  For equipping a facility to            125
 Children, Las Vegas, NV.                                              care for sexually exploited
                                                                       children.
Providence Police Department,        Providence Gun Violence          To increase gun and gang             1,000
 Providence, RI.                      Prevention and Gang Reduction    intervention efforts.
                                      Initiative.
Rape, Abuse, Incest National         Rape, Abuse, Incest National     For hotline services for               300
 Network [RAINN], Washington,  DC.    Network.                         victims of sexual violence and
                                                                       rape prevention programs.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD...  Rosebud Sioux Tribe Criminal     To expand services and upgrade         300
                                      Justice System.                  equipment.
Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA..  Pierce County Regional Gang      For comprehensive gang-                500
                                      Prevention Partnership.          elimination efforts.
Safer Foundation, Chicago, IL......  Community Re-entry Program.....  For a community ex-offender            300
                                                                       reentry program.
Sam Houston State University,        Regional Crime Lab.............  To equip a regional crime lab..      1,000
 Huntsville, TX.
Sioux City, Sioux City, IA.........  National Training Center.......  For training in drug                   200
                                                                       investigations.
Sanders County Coalition for         Creating Women's Resource        To assist victims of domestic          400
 Families, Thompson Falls, MT.        Center and Housing.              and sexual violence, stalking,
                                                                       teen dating violence, and
                                                                       child abuse.
Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los         Tools for Tolerance............  To provide cultural diversity        1,000
 Angeles, CA.                                                          training to law enforcement.
Southeast Missouri State             Establishment of a Forensic      For forensic science education         700
 University, Cape Girardeau, MO.      Science Research and Education   and research.
                                      Laboratory.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort      Standing Rock Sioux Tribal       For tribal law enforcement,            400
 Yates, ND.                           Justice and Public Safety.       court, and detention equipment
                                                                       and operations.
State of Alaska, Anchorage, AK.....  Drug and Alcohol Interdiction,   For prevention and trafficking         900
                                      Rural Law Enforcement Training   of illegal alcohol and drugs.
                                      and Equipment.
State of Iowa, Department of Public  Jail-Based Substance Abuse       For an offender re-entry             1,200
 Health, Polk, Scott and Story        Treatment.                       program.
 Counties, IA.
State of Iowa, Iowa Department of    Transitional Mental Health       To provide transitional                250
 Corrections Division of Offender     Reentry Program.                 services for mentally-ill
 Services, Des Moines, IA.                                             offenders.
Stearns County, St. Cloud, MN......  Domestic Violence Court........  For a domestic violence court..        100
Team Focus, Mobile, AL.............  South Carolina Team Focus        For a mentoring and leadership         500
                                      Mentoring Program.               training program for
                                                                       fatherless young men.
Team Focus, Inc., Mobile, AL.......  Mississippi Team Focus Youth     For mentoring and character            400
                                      Mentoring Program.               programs for fatherless young
                                                                       men.
The Community YMCA, Middleton, NJ..  Gang Prevention Program........  For gang prevention and                500
                                                                       deterrence in high crime areas.
The Rape Crisis Center, Las Vegas,   Child Assault Prevention and     For child assault prevention           125
 NV.                                  Education Project.               efforts.
The Ridge House, Reno, NV..........  Prisoner Re-Entry Program......  For substance abuse and                200
                                                                       prisoner reentry services.
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa,   Domestic Violence Law Clinic...  For legal services for victims.        300
 AL.
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg     Veterans Legal Advocacy Clinic.  For veterans legal advocacy            100
 Law Center, Central Islip,  NY.                                       clinic.
Troy University, Troy, AL..........  Computer Forensic Institute and  For a computer forensics lab...        200
                                      Lab.
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.  Domestic Violence Clinic.......  To provide civil legal services        200
                                                                       to low-income domestic
                                                                       violence victims.
Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK....  TPS Campus Police Force........  For equipment and personnel....        300
United Tribes Technical College,     Tribal Law Enforcement Training  To expand tribal law                   400
 Bismarck, ND.                                                         enforcement training and
                                                                       equipment.
University of Central Oklahoma,      UCO/State of Oklahoma Forensic   For laboratory infrastructure          300
 Edmond, OK.                          Laboratory Program.              and equipment.
University of Illinois at Chicago,   Ceasefire at the University of   For a community-based gun              500
 Chicago, IL.                         Illinois at Chicago.             violence prevention program.
University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.  Memphis-Shelby County Operation  To promote partnerships to           1,000
                                      Safe Community.                  prevent gang violence and
                                                                       crime.
University of Mississippi, Oxford,   National Center for Justice and  For legal training for judges,       2,000
 MS.                                  the Rule of Law.                 prosecutors, lawyers, and law
                                                                       students.
University of Nevada--Las Vegas,     Nevada Immigrant Resource        For legal assistance for               350
 Las Vegas, NV.                       Clinic.                          immigrants.
University of New Hampshire,         Consolidated Advanced            For law enforcement research           300
 Durham, NH.                          Technologies Laboratory          and development.
                                      [CATLab].
University of North Dakota, Grand    Native American Into Law.......  For the recruitment and                300
 Forks, ND.                                                            retention of American Indian
                                                                       law students.
University of Southern Mississippi,  Mississippi Rural Law            For rural law enforcement              350
 Hattiesburg, MS.                     Enforcement Training.            training.
University of Southern Mississippi,  Cannabis Eradication...........  To provide cannabis eradication        500
 Hattiesburg, MS.                                                      support.
University of Southern Mississippi,  Mississippi Automated Systems    To improve record management         1,250
 Hattiesburg, MS.                     Project.                         systems.
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati,  Initiative to Reduce Violence..  Citywide gun violence reduction        100
 Cincinnati, OH.                                                       initiative.
Vancouver Police Department,         Vancouver Records Management     For a records management system        500
 Vancouver, WA.                       System.
Vanderburgh County, Evansville, IN.  Civic Center Complex Security    For security equipment.........        150
                                      Improvement Project.
Vermont Department of Public         School Resource Officers.......  To place police officers in            100
 Safety, Waterbury, VT.                                                schools for safety.
Vermont Department of Public         Vermont Drug Task Force........  To combat the traffic illegal        1,000
 Safety, Waterbury, VT.                                                drugs into and throughout Ver-
                                                                        mont.
Vermont Department of State's        Special Investigation Units....  To investigate, treat and              100
 Attorneys and Sheriffs'                                               prosecute sexual violence and
 Association, Montpelier, VT.                                          child sexual abuse.
Veronica's Voice, Kansas City, KS..  Kansas Anti-Trafficking          For statewide anti-human               300
                                      Coalition.                       trafficking efforts.
Washington County Youth Service      Return House Transitional        To fund a transitional living          200
 Bureau, Montpelier, VT.              Living Program.                  program for young male offend-
                                                                        ers.
Washington County, Hillsboro, OR...  Washington County Drug Court...  For court monitoring, drug             100
                                                                       treatment and counseling for
                                                                       high-risk drug offenders.
Washoe County Senior Services,       Nevada Rural Counties RSVP       For pro bono legal services to          75
 Carson City, NV.                     Program.                         rural Nevadans.
Wayne County Prosecutor's Office,    Wayne County Mortgage Fraud      To combat mortgage fraud.......        150
 Detroit, MI.                         Prevention Unit.
Wayne County Prosecutor's Office,    Data Sharing and Criminal        To increase electronic                 500
 Detroit, MI.                         History Project.                 interoperability between law
                                                                       enforcement and courts.
Weld County Sheriff's Office, Weld   Northern Colorado Regional       For crime lab upgrades.........        300
 County, CO.                          Crime Lab.
West Virginia University,            Forensic Science Initiative....  For a forensic science               4,000
 Morgantown, WV.                                                       initiative.
Whatcom County Sheriff's Office,     Whatcom County 2010 Olympics     To assist with security-related        100
 Bellingham, WA.                      Costs.                           overtime costs.
Whatcom County, Bellingham, WA.....  Whatcom County Rapid Border      To northern border prosecution         500
                                      Prosecution Initiative.          in Whatcom County.
William S. Richardson School of      Hawaii Innocence Project.......  To exonerate wrongfully                300
 Law, Honolulu, HI.                                                    convicted persons.
Winona State University, Winona, MN  National Child Protection        For training and technical           1,000
                                      Training Center.                 assistance for child
                                                                       protection professionals.
Women's Center & Shelter of Greater  Domestic Violence Support        To provide services to victims         250
 Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,  PA.         Program.                         of domestic violence.
Women's Resource Center of           Domestic Violence Reduction      To support emergency shelters          400
 Scranton, Scranton, PA.              Initiative.                      for domestic violence victims.
Yankton Sioux Tribe, Marty, SD.....  Yankton Sioux Tribe--Victim      For violence prevention and             25
                                      Advocate Program.                victim services.
YWCA McLean County, Bloomington, IL  Violence Prevention and          For violence prevention and            300
                                      Intervention Initiative.         intervention services in
                                                                       McLean County.
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati,          Domestic Violence Protection     To provide emergency shelter,          400
 Cincinnati, OH.                      Program.                         transitional housing and
                                                                       comprehensive supportive
                                                                       services to victims of
                                                                       domestic violence.
YWCA of Greater Cleveland,           Self-Sufficiency Program for At- For comprehensive services for         300
 Cleveland, OH.                       Risk Youth.                      at risk youth.
YWCAs of Hawaii and Maui Counties,   Sexual Assault & Domestic        Expand services to victims of          400
 Hilo and Lihue, HI.                  Violence Response Services.      sexual and domestic violence.
Zero to Three, Des Moines, IA......  Des Moines Court Team for        For an intervention program to         300
                                      Maltreated Infants and Todd-     help maltreated infants and
                                      lers.                            toddlers.
Zero to Three, New Orleans, LA.....  Orleans Parish Court Team for    For an intervention program to         200
                                      Maltreated Infants and           help maltreated infants and
                                      Toddlers.                        toddlers.
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    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. Of the 
total, $8,000,000 is for OJP's Office of Sex Offender 
Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering, and Tracking 
[SMART] activities to help with implementation of requirements 
under the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 
(Public Law 109-248). Within 90 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 
recommendation provides $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 Initiative.--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 
$40,000,000 for the Drug Court program to fully fund the 
authorized level. Drug courts greatly improve substance abuse 
treatment outcomes, substantially reduce crime, and produce 
significant societal benefits. The Committee notes that a new 
study funded by the U.S. Department of Justice, conducted by 
The Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center, ``To Treat or Not 
to Treat: Evidence on the Prospects of Expanding Treatment to 
Drug-Involved Offenders,'' found that drug courts yield a 
substantial reduction in crime and more than $1,000,000,000 of 
annual cost savings. The Committee is concerned that the while 
the study found that there are 1.47 million 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 this the Drug Court 
Program to scale and effectively address this population.
    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. A 2002 study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics 
estimated more than two-thirds of individuals released from 
prisons in 1994 were rearrested for a new offense within 3 
years and more than 50 percent returned for committing new 
crimes or for violating their conditions of supervision. And at 
least 95 percent of the individuals now in prison will be 
released and will return to communities, often without 
assistance or services.
    According to the Department of Justice, 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 the commission of a new 
crime or violation of 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.
    Adult and Juvenile Offender State and Local Re-entry 
Demonstration.--The Second Chance Act re-authorizes the Adult 
and Juvenile Offender State and Local Re-entry Demonstration 
Projects (sec. 101) to help States and communities test ways to 
reduce recidivism and address the alarming recidivism rates 
nationwide. The demonstration projects will provide grants to 
States and local governments that may be used to promote the 
safe and successful reintegration into the community of 
individuals who have been incarcerated. The Committee 
recognizes that State and local governments buckling under the 
pressure of unprecedented growth in jail and prison 
populations, and therefore provides $25,000,000 for this 
important program to ensure public safety through initiatives 
geared at returning offenders.
    Mentoring Grants.--The Second Chance Act authorizes the 
Prisoner Re-entry Mentoring (sec. 211) grants to allow 
community and faith-based groups to recruit, train and match 
returning inmates with mentors. Having a mentor often means the 
difference between success and failure for inmates during their 
first, difficult days of transition from incarceration to 
freedom. The grants to nonprofit organizations may also be used 
for transitional services for re-integration into the 
community.
    Mentoring programs have been proven to significantly reduce 
recidivism. The grants to nonprofit organizations for mentoring 
and transitional services are a key element in reducing 
recidivism rates nationwide. For this initiative, the Committee 
recommendation provides $15,000,000.
    Grants for Family Based Substance Abuse Treatment.--The 
Second Chance Act authorizes family based substance abuse 
treatment grants (sec. 113). For this purpose, the Committee 
recommendation provides $5,000,000 for grants to develop, 
implement, and expand comprehensive and clinically appropriate 
family based substance abuse treatment programs as alternatives 
to incarceration for nonviolent parent drug offenders. Funds 
may also be used to provide prison-based family treatment 
programs for incarcerated parents of minor children.

                         WEED AND SEED PROGRAM

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $25,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      25,000,000
House allowance.........................................      15,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      20,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $20,000,000 for the 
Weed and Seed Program. The recommendation is $5,000,000 below 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and the budget request.

                       JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $374,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     317,000,000
House allowance.........................................     385,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     407,000,000

    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 $407,000,000 for 
juvenile justice programs. The recommendation is $33,000,000 
above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $90,000,000 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..................................          75,000
    Safe Start Program.................................          (5,000)
Part E--Challenge Grants and Projects..................          82,000
Youth Mentoring Grants.................................         100,000
Title V--Incentive Grants..............................          65,000
    Tribal Youth.......................................         (25,000)
    Gang Education Initiative..........................         (10,000)
    Alcohol Prevention.................................         (25,000)
Victims of Child Abuse Programs........................          25,000
Juvenile Accountability Block Grant....................          60,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         407,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Committee expects to be consulted prior to any 
deviation from the above plan.
    Juvenile Justice Summary.--Established in 1974 and most 
recently authorized in 2002 with bipartisan support, the 
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act [JJDPA]--
together with the Juvenile Accountability Block Grant [JABG]--
embodies a partnership between the Federal Government and the 
States, territories and the District of Columbia to protect 
children and youth in the juvenile and criminal justice system, 
to effectively address high-risk and delinquent behavior, and 
to improve community safety. Recent adolescent brain 
development research demonstrating the importance of the teen 
years in the establishment of an individual's ``executive 
functions'' (decisionmaking, understanding consequences, 
planning, and impulse control), coupled with strong data from 
evaluations of effective prevention and intervention 
approaches, reveal the critical importance of these Federal 
investments in shaping the lives of millions of at-risk youth 
and enhancing the safety of our neighborhoods.
    Title II, Part B of the JJDPA: State Formula Grants 
Program.--Through this program, OJJDP provides funds directly 
to States, territories, and the District of Columbia to help 
them to support increased availability of effective prevention 
and intervention programs, to implement comprehensive State 
juvenile justice plans based on detailed studies of needs in 
their jurisdictions, as well as to implement juvenile justice 
system improvements to achieve compliance with the core 
requirements of the JJDPA. For example, State formula grants 
have supported Multisystemic Therapy, shown to cut rates of 
juvenile offender rearrests in half.
    Safe Start Initiative.--Within the amounts provided for 
part B State formula grants, the Committee recommends 
$5,000,000 for the Safe Start Initiative, which prevents and 
reduces the impact of children's exposure to violence in both 
the home and the community. The goal of the Safe Start 
Initiative is to broaden the knowledge of and promote community 
investment in evidence-based strategies for reducing the impact 
of children's exposure to violence. The Department had proposed 
funding for this through the Office on Violence Against Women.
    Title V of the JJPDA: Grants for Local Delinquency 
Prevention Programs.--Commonly known as the Community 
Prevention Grants Program, title V funds collaborative, 
community-based delinquency prevention efforts to reach youth 
in high-risk situations. For example, a study compared five 
housing projects without community based programs to reach 
youth to five receiving these programs. At the beginning, drug 
activity and vandalism were the same. But by the time the study 
ended, the projects without the programs had 50 percent more 
vandalism and scored 37 percent worse on drug activity.
    Juvenile Accountability Block Grant [JABG].--JABG provides 
States and units of local government with funds to develop 
programs to promote greater accountability in the juvenile 
justice system, including building, expanding, and operating 
juvenile facilities; training correctional personnel, hiring 
additional judges, prosecutors, probation officers, and court-
appointed defenders; and funding pre-trial services for 
juveniles. The purpose areas of JABG were expanded 
significantly under the 2002 and 2005 reauthorizations to 
provide for: graduated sanctions programs that include 
counseling, restitution, community service, and supervised 
probation; more substance abuse programs; mental health 
screening and treatment; restorative justice programs; gang 
prevention; anti-bullying initiatives; and offender re-entry 
approaches.
    Part G of the JJDPA: Juvenile Mentoring.--Juvenile 
Mentoring enables communities to run high-quality mentoring 
programs. For example, a study of a national juvenile mentoring 
program found that those in the program were one-half as likely 
to begin illegal drug use and nearly one-third less likely to 
hit someone compared to those who were randomly assigned to a 
waiting list.
    Funding for OJJDP.--Authorized under title II, part A of 
the JJDPA, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 
Prevention [OJJDP], a component of the U.S. Department of 
Justice's Office of Justice Programs, supports States and 
communities in their efforts to develop and implement effective 
and coordinated prevention and intervention programs and to 
improve the juvenile justice system in order to enhance public 
safety, prevent delinquency, protect children and provide 
treatment and rehabilitative services tailored to the needs of 
juveniles and their families. OJJDP provides for training, 
technical assistance, research, and evaluation to identify 
``what works'' and to disseminate that information widely to 
State and local program personnel.
    Discretionary Grants.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $82,000,000 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
                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                         Project                      Description               Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
After School Partnership of         Youthline America Gulf Coast   For at-risk youth programs...             200
 Greater New Orleans, New Orleans,   Pilot.
 LA.
Alabama Institute for Deaf and      Overcoming Communication       For preventive programs for               150
 Blind, Talladega, AL.               Barriers for AIDB At-Risk      disable youth.
                                     Youth.
All Saints Community Service and    Jubilee Center Children's      For programs for at-risk, low-            250
 Development Corporation, Hoboken,   Program.                       income children living in
 NJ.                                                                public housing.
An Achievable Dream, Newport News,  An Achievable Dream..........  To continue and expand                    250
 VA.                                                                programs for at-risk youth.
Arab Community Center for Economic  ACCESS Youth Center..........  For academic achievement                  100
 and Social Services [ACCESS],                                      programs for at-risk youths.
 Dearborn, MI.
Bellows Free Academy Union High     Juvenile Justice and Teen      To implement juvenile justice             500
 School, St. Albans, VT.             Support and Intervention       and teen support programs.
                                     Program.
BGC of Marty, Marty, SD...........  BGC of Marty.................  To expand services and                    425
                                                                    upgrade equipment.
Big Brothers of Rhode Island, East  Mentoring for At-Risk          For outreach and mentoring                100
 Providence, RI.                     Fatherless Boys.               for at-risk, fatherless boys.
Bolder Options, Minneapolis, MN...  Bolder Options Replication...  To provide mentoring for at-              100
                                                                    risk youth.
Boys and Girls Club of Aberdeen,    Boys and Girls Club of         To expand services and                    200
 Aberdeen, SD.                       Aberdeen.                      upgrade equipment.
Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii,      Rural Youth Crime Prevention   For crime prevention                    2,500
 Honolulu, HI.                       Program.                       initiatives.
Boys Town New York, New York City,  Expansion of Boys Town New     To support programs for at-               100
 NY.                                 York City Projects.            risk youth.
BRIDGES USA, Memphis, TN..........  Bridge Builders: Youth         For a youth training                      500
                                     Leadership for Community       initiative.
                                     Change.
Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation,         Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation At- For a youth mentoring                   1,000
 Baltimore, MD.                      Risk Youth Mentoring Pro-      programs for at-risk
                                     grams.                         children.
Chamber Education Foundation/Rhode  Rhode Island Mentoring         For mentoring at-risk youth..             400
 Island Mentoring Partnership,       Partnership.
 Warwick, RI.
Cheyenne River Youth Project,       Cheyenne River Youth Project.  To expand services and                    200
 Eagle Butte, SD.                                                   upgrade equipment.
Chicago Jesuit Academy, Chicago,    After-School Enrichment        For mentoring and counseling              325
 IL.                                 Program.                       programs for at-risk youth.
Chicago Youth Centers, Chicago, IL  BBR Youth Center.............  For after school programs for             200
                                                                    at-risk youth.
Childhelp Michigan, Southfield, MI  Child Abuse Intervention and   To help child abuse victims               100
                                     Treatment, Southeast Michi-    and survivors.
                                     gan.
Children & Families First           Functional Family Therapy for  For counseling and case                   350
 Delaware, Wilmington, DE.           At-Risk Youth (DE Girls        management for at-risk girls
                                     Wraparound).                   ages 12-18.
Chippewa Cree Tribe, Box Elder, MT  Chippewa Cree Juvenile         To restore a detention                    100
                                     Detention Center.              facility to house juvenile
                                                                    offenders, provide in-house
                                                                    education and offer
                                                                    treatment services.
City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT  Lighthouse After-School        To support at-risk youth                  300
                                     Program.                       programs.
City of Brockton, Brockton, MA....  Brockton At-Risk Youth         For the expansion of an at-               200
                                     Program.                       risk youth summer program.
City of Fairfield, Fairfield, CA..  Matt Garcia PAL Center.......  To support programs for at-               160
                                                                    risk kids.
City of Long Beach, City of Long    Long Beach Youth Career        To provide services for at-               100
 Beach, CA.                          Academy.                       risk youths.
City of Seattle, Seattle, WA......  Seattle Youth Violence         For youth violence prevention             300
                                     Prevention Initiative.         efforts.
Cleveland Avenue YMCA, Montgomery,  Cleveland Avenue YMCA........  For afterschool and weekend               500
 AL.                                                                programs.
Community Connections, Inc.,        Youth Training Initiative....  For an at-risk youth program.           2,000
 Bluefield, WV.
Courage to Speak Foundation,        Substance Abuse Prevention     To expand, develop and                    500
 Norwalk, CT.                        for Parents and Children.      evaluate substance abuse
                                                                    prevention programs.
Crossroads Programs, Willingboro,   Youth Gang Prevention Program  To reduce and prevent youth                50
 NJ.                                                                involvement in gangs.
Delaware Mentoring Council,         Mentoring Initiatives for At-  To mentor at-risk youth......             350
 University of Delaware, Newark,     Risk Children and Youth.
 DE.
Eastern Connecticut State           Dual Enrollment Initiative     To support at-risk youth                  300
 University, Willimantic, CT.        for At-Risk Youth.             programs.
Eden Housing, Hayward, CA.........  Digital Connectors At-Risk     To provide skills training                200
                                     Youth Program expansion.       for at-risk youth.
Eitz Chaim, Brooklyn, NY..........  Project Success..............  For at-risk youth mentoring               100
                                                                    initiative.
Focus: HOPE, Detroit, MI..........  Youth Media Initiative.......  To provide mentoring for low-             100
                                                                    income, at-risk teen youths.
Generations Incorporated,           Youth Mentoring Program......  For a program to prevent                  200
 Lindenwold, NJ.                                                    young people from entering
                                                                    juvenile justice system.
Girl Scouts of the USA, New York,   Girl Scouts Beyond Bars        For a youth mentoring program           1,000
 NY.                                 [GSBB].                        for at-risk children of
                                                                    adult offenders.
Governor's Prevention Partnership,  At-Risk Youth Prevention       For mentoring and underage                250
 Hartford, CT.                       Initiative.                    drinking prevention programs.
Jobs for Delaware Graduates,        Jobs for Delaware Graduates,   For at-risk youth mentoring             1,000
 Dover, DE.                          Expand Available Services.     initiative.
Juvenile Assessment and Reporting   Prevention and Intervention    To rehabilitate juvenile                  265
 Center [JARC], Las Cruces, NM.      Program.                       offenders.
Kennedy Krieger Institute,          Kennedy Krieger Institute      For early intervention and                500
 Baltimore, MD.                      Juvenile Delinquency           prevention services to at-
                                     Prevention Program at Fort     risk children.
                                     Meade.
KidsPeace, Clifton, NJ............  KidsPeace Cumberland County    To establish a therapeutic                250
                                     Therapeutic Foster Care        foster care program for at-
                                     Program.                       risk youths.
KidsVoice, Pittsburgh, PA.........  Child Abuse and Advocacy       To support child abuse and                200
                                     Program.                       advocacy programs.
Latin American Youth Center,        Maryland Multicultural Youth   To serve at-risk youth and                750
 Washington, DC, .           Centers.                       promote gang prevention.
Logan City School District, Logan,  School-Based Language          For English language                      250
 UT.                                 Learning Centers for At-Risk   education directed at at-
                                     Youth.                         risk youth.
Lower Brule Boys and Girls Club,    Lower Brule Boys and Girls     To expand services and                    300
 Lower Brule, SD.                    Club.                          upgrade equipment.
Maryland Association of Youth       Maryland Association of Youth  For direct prevention and               1,000
 Services Bureaus, Greenbelt,  MD.   Services Bureaus.              diversion services to at-
                                                                    risk  youths.
Maryland Department of Juvenile     Violence Prevention            To support services for child             500
 Services, Baltimore, MD.            Initiative [VPI].              of domestic violence.
Maui Economic Opportunity,          Ka Wili Pu Project...........  To support an anti-truancy                350
 Wailuku, HI.                                                       program for at-risk youths.
Milwaukee Public Schools,           Milwaukee Summer Stars.......  To continue the operations of             200
 Milwaukee, WI.                                                     safe summer sites.
Mission Kids Child Advocacy         Child Abuse and Advocacy       To support child abuse and                 50
 Center, Norristown, PA.             Program.                       advocacy programs.
Mobius, Inc., Burlington, VT......  Mentoring Collaborative......  To strengthen mentoring                   500
                                                                    programs.
Montana Second Judicial District--  Butte-Silver Bow Youth         To help at-risk children                  175
 Judicial Probation Office, Butte,   Project.                       through prevention and
 MT.                                                                mentoring.
National Center for Fathering,      Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great   For safe schools initiative..             900
 Shawnee Mission, KS.                Students).
National Council of Juvenile and    Judicial Training, Research    For judicial training........             500
 Family Court Judges, Reno,  NV.     and Technical Assistance Pro-
                                       jects.
New Mexico Sheriff and Police       Gang Prevention-Intervention   For a state-wide gang                     200
 Athletic League, Albuquerque, NM.   Program.                       prevention program.
New York City Outward Bound         NYC Outward Bound              To expand academic                        200
 Center, Inc., Long Island City,     Expeditionary Learning         achievement and character
 NY.                                 Programs in NYC Public         development programming for
                                     Schools.                       at-risk students.
New Mexico Children Youth and       Juvenile Justice Pilot         To improve delivery of                    250
 Family Services, Albuquerque, NM.   Project.                       juvenile justice services.
Ocean Tides School, Narragansett,   School-to-Work Training for    For mentoring and job                     500
 RI.                                 At-Risk Youths.                training for at-risk youths.
Ogden School District, Ogden, UT..  Ogden Juvenile Delinquency     For a delinquency, gang, and              375
                                     Prevention Initiative.         violence prevention program.
Ohel Children's Home and Family     Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child   To support programs for at-               300
 Services, Brooklyn, NY.             Abuse Prevention Program.      risk youth.
Orlando Health, Orlando, FL.......  Orlando Health Orange County   To improve services to abused             250
                                     Children's Advocacy Center     children.
                                     Programs.
Oregon Partnership, Portland, OR..  Rx to Save Teens' Lives......  To combat prescription drug               100
                                                                    abuse among teens.
PA Chapter Children's Advocacy      Internet Child Safety          To implement an Internet                  200
 Centers and Multidisciplinary       Education.                     child safety education
 Teams, Erie, PA.                                                   program.
PAX/Real Solutions to Gun           Speak Up Hotline and           For a youth gun prevention                850
 Violence, New York City, NY.        Awareness Campaign Access      and intervention initiative.
                                     Expan-  sion.
Pennsylvania Coalition Against      Use of Technology to Enhance   To enhance programs for at-               150
 Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA.  the Capacity of Local          risk youth.
                                     Community-Based Domestic
                                     Violence Programs to Provide
                                     Services and Improve
                                     Outcomes.
Ramsey County Community             Juvenile Detention             To provide alternatives to                200
 Corrections, St. Paul, MN.          Alternatives Initiative        juvenile detention.
                                     [JDAI].
Reconcile New Orleans Inc., New     Reconcile New Orleans          To provide at-risk youth with             300
 Orleans, LA.                        Workforce Development          workforce development
                                     Training Program.              training.
Save the Children, Washington, DC.  Juvenile Delinquency           To train and deploy school                300
                                     Prevention Program.            resource officers.
Sea Research Foundation, Mystic,    Immersion Presents After-      To provide science and                    300
 CT.                                 School Program.                technology education for at-
                                                                    risk  youth.
SGA Youth and Family Services,      Juvenile Justice Program.....  Juvenile justice and violence             225
 Chicago, IL.                                                       prevention services for at-
                                                                    risk  youth.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Ft.      Standing Rock Sioux Tribe--    For care and protective                   350
 Yates, ND.                          Child Protective Services.     services to Standing Rock
                                                                    Sioux Reservation.
Starr Commonwealth, Columbus, OH..  Structured Therapeutic Living  To expand at-risk youth                   200
                                     Program.                       programs.
Stop It Now!, Northampton, MA.....  Stop It Now! Child Abuse       To expand services to prevent             250
                                     Prevention Helpline            and reduce the incidence of
                                     Expansion.                     child sexual abuse.
Team Focus, Mobile, AL............  Texas Youth Mentoring Program  To establish a youth                      100
                                                                    mentoring program in Texas.
The College of Holy Cross,          At-Risk Youth Empowerment      To support services for at-               400
 Worcester, MA.                      Initiative.                    risk youth.
The Women's Sports Foundation, New  GoGirlGo! New York City        To support programs for at-               250
 York City, NY.                      Initiative.                    risk girls.
Truancy Intervention Project        Truancy Intervention Project.  For drop out prevention                   150
 Georgia, Inc., Atlanta, GA.                                        programming.
University of Colorado at Boulder,  Colorado Schools Safety        For anti-violence programs in             500
 Boulder, CO.                        Program.                       schools.
USA Swimming Foundation, Berkeley   New Jersey Regional Youth      For at-risk youth development             400
 Heights, NJ.                        Development Program.           programs.
Vermont Department of Children and  At-Risk Youth Assistance       For youth mentoring programs.             500
 Families, Waterbury, VT.            Programs.
Vermont Department of Education,    Extended Education             To decrease youth delinquency             500
 Montpelier, VT.                     Programming at Schools.        and crime.
Virginia Community College System   Great Expectations Program     To expand an education                    350
 [VCCS], Richmond, VA.               for Virginia's Foster Youth.   program for at-risk youth in
                                                                    foster care system.
Wesley Biblical Seminary, Jackson,  Cross-Roads Multi-Cultural     For prevention programs for               250
 MS.                                 Center.                        underserved citizens.
Wisconsin Office of Justice         WI Office of Justice           For truancy prevention                  1,000
 Assistance, Madison, WI.            Assistance Reducing Truancy    projects.
                                     through Early Intervention.
Yakima County, Yakima, WA.........  Implementation of OJJDP Best   For a juvenile justice                    500
                                     Practices Gang Model.          initiative.
YMCA of Greater Flint, Flint, MI..  Partners in Transition         To help at-risk young women               850
                                     Program for At-Risk Young      exiting the foster system.
                                     Women.
Youth Advocate Program,             Gang Prevention Program......  For gang prevention and                   200
 Farmington, NM.                                                    alternatives to detention.
YWCA Lake County, Waukegan, IL....  Minority Family Strengthening  To expand programs for at-                300
                                     Initiative.                    risk youth and parents.
YWCA of Greater Toledo, Toledo, OH  Program for At-Risk Youth....  To expand services for at-                500
                                                                    risk youth.
YWCA of Indianapolis, IN,           Out of School Time Project     For education and support                 100
 Indianapolis, IN.                   for At-Risk Youth.             programming for sixth-grade
                                                                    girls.
YWCA of St. Joseph County, South    Getting Ahead Project for      For expansion of the program.             200
 Bend, IN.                           Domestic Violence Survivors
                                     and Their Families.
Zelpha's Cultural Development       University of Alabama After-   For an after school and                   150
 Corp., Inc., Tuscaloosa, AL.        School Delinquency             summer program for
                                     Prevention Program.            disadvantaged children.
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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 90 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.
    Gang Education Initiative.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $10,000,000 for an anti-gang education 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 $25,000,000 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 
Child Advocacy Centers Programs. The Regional Children's 
Advocacy Centers [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 [NCA] 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, 2009....................................    $119,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      70,100,000
House allowance.........................................      70,100,000
Committee recommendation................................      70,100,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $70,100,000 for 
public safety officers benefits. The recommendation is 
$49,000,000 below the fiscal year 2009 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 
$9,100,000, 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

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$1,550,500,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     761,000,000
House allowance.........................................     807,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     658,500,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $658,500,000 for 
community oriented policing services. The recommendation is 
$108,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level, not 
including supplemental funding and $102,500,000 below 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
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Training and Technical Assistance......................          10,000
COPS Hiring Grants.....................................         100,000
Law Enforcement Technology and Interoperability........         187,000
Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction...................          15,000
Meth Hot Spots.........................................          39,500
    Transfer to DEA....................................          (5,000)
Bulletproof Vests......................................          30,000
    NIST/OLES..........................................          (1,500)
Tribal Law Enforcement.................................          20,000
Criminal Records Upgrade...............................          10,000
National Instant Criminal Background Check System......          10,000
DNA Analysis Backlog Reduction/Crime Labs..............         166,000
    Debbie Smith DNA Backlog grants....................        (151,000)
    Kirk Bloodsworth Post-Conviction DNA Testing grants          (5,000)
    DNA Training and Education.........................          (5,000)
    Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners.....................          (5,000)
Paul Coverdell Forensic Science........................          35,000
Child Sexual Predator Elimination/Sex Offender                   20,000
 Management............................................
Secure Our Schools.....................................          16,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total............................................         658,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 $10,000,000 for COPS to provide 
Training and Technical Assistance to assist agencies with 
developing innovative community policing strategies through 
applied research and evaluation initiatives.
    Bulletproof Vests.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$30,000,000 for COPS testing of bulletproof vests. Of the 
amount provided $1,500,000 is for the National Institute of 
Standards and Technology's [NIST] Office of Law Enforcement 
Standards [OLES] to continue supporting the ballistic and stab-
resistant material compliance testing programs, as well as for 
other technical support related to public safety weapons and 
protective systems.
    Tribal Law Enforcement.--The Committee's recommendation 
provides $20,000,000 for tribal law enforcement efforts, which 
is the same as the budget request. The recommendation combines 
funds in this heading with funds previously appropriated under 
State and Local Law Assistance. These funds may be used for 
training, hiring equipment, court improvement projects, and 
alcohol and substance abuse reduction programs.
    COPS Technology.--The Committee's recommendation provides 
$187,000,000 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
                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                           Project                        Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alpine County Sheriff's Office,      Alpine-Calaveras Regional        To purchase mobile data and            400
 City of Markleeville, CA.            Interoperable and Tactical       interoperable communications
                                      Communications Microwave         system.
                                      Project.
Baltimore County Executive Office,   Baltimore County 9-1-1 Center    For communications technology        1,500
 Towson, MD.                          Communications and Equipment     and equipment upgrades for a 9-
                                      Upgrades.                        1-1 incident command center.
Beltrami County, Bemidji, MN.......  Mobile Data/Computer-Aided       For mobile data and computer-          240
                                      Dispatch.                        aided dispatch equipment for
                                                                       interoperability.
Bismarck Police Department,          City of Bismarck and Burleigh    To upgrade high-speed mobile           250
 Bismarck, ND.                        County First Responder Up-       data system.
                                      grade.
Boone County Sheriff's Department,   Boone County Sheriff's           For in-vehicle technology......        340
 Burlington, Boone County, KY.        Department equipment.
Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office,     Bossier Parish Public Safety     For law enforcement                    200
 Bossier Parish, LA.                  Interoperable Communications.    communications equipment.
Bucks County, Doylestown, PA.......  Public Safety Initiative.......  For a county crime information         300
                                                                       sharing system.
Butler County, Kansas, El Dorado,    Butler County Radio System       For communication upgrades.....        500
 KS.                                  Project.
Burrillville Police Department,      Emergency Operations Center      For communications and related         100
 Burrillville, RI.                    Technology.                      equipment.
Calhoun County Commission, Calhoun   Northeast Alabama Regional       To create an interoperable             500
 County, AL.                          Mobile Data System.              communications and data system.
Calloway County Sheriff's            Calloway County Sheriff's        To purchase equipment for law          100
 Department, Murray, Calloway         Department equipment.            enforcement officers.
 County, KY.
Camden City Municipal Government,    Camden Police Department Mobile  To purchase equipment for              200
 Camden, NJ.                          Communications Center.           police and emergency service
                                                                       agencies.
Cedar Rapids Joint Communications    Police Safety Equipment and      For radio and computer aided           300
 Agency, Cedar Rapids, IA.            Communications.                  dispatch system.
Center for Technology                Massachusetts Law Enforcement    For public safety and law              500
 Commercialization Inc.,              Technology and Training          enforcement training programs.
 Westborough,  MA.                    Support Center.
Centre County, Bellefonte, PA......  Emergency Communications         For emergency communications           500
                                      Systems.                         infrastructure upgrades.
Chautauqua County, Mayville, NY....  Broadband Fiber Initiative.....  To complete two fiber optic            100
                                                                       networks for the Southern Tier
                                                                       region.
City of Beech Grove, Beech Grove,    Beech Grove Police Department    For acquisition and                    100
 IN.                                  Public Safety Communications     installation of in-car squad
                                      Equipment.                       cameras.
City of Bogalusa, Bogalusa, LA.....  Equipment for Police Dept......  To equip police vehicles with          100
                                                                       crime fighting technologies.
City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY.......  City of Buffalo Automated        For law enforcement equipment          300
                                      Traffic and Crime Reporting      and technology.
                                      System [TraCS].
City of Commerce City, Commerce      Interoperable Communications...  For interoperable                      100
 City, CO.                                                             communications technology and
                                                                       equipment upgrades.
City of Denver, Denver, CO.........  COPLINK........................  For information sharing                500
                                                                       equipment for law enforcement.
City of Dothan, Dothan, AL.........  Public Safety Emergency          For communications equipment...        500
                                      Communications System.
City of Durango, Durango, CO.......  Durango Police Department        For interoperable                      200
                                      Interoperability.                communications technology and
                                                                       equipment upgrades.
City of Elkhart, Elkhart, IN.......  Elkhart Police Department        For law enforcement equipment          250
                                      Equipment Acquisition.           and technology.
City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville,  Simulcast System for Public      To purchase, install and               750
 AR.                                  Safety Communication.            implement a simulcast radio
                                                                       system.
City of Flint Police Department,     Safe Highway Initiative........  For highway safety enhancements        100
 Flint, MI.
City of Fort Smith, Arkansas Police  River Valley Mobile Data         For county-wide law enforcement        750
 Department, Fort Smith,  AR.         Network.                         mobile data network.
City of Greenville, Greenville, NC.  Law Enforcement Technology       To purchase and install an             250
                                      Improvement Project.             independent 800 MHz radio
                                                                       system.
City of Hagerstown, Hagerstown, MD.  Hagerstown Police Department     For interoperable                      900
                                      Technology and Equipment         communications technology and
                                      Upgrades.                        equipment upgrades.
City of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA.  Digital In-Car Video Project...  For digital surveillance               100
                                                                       equipment in law enforcement
                                                                       vehi-  cles.
City of Hartford, Hartford, CT.....  High Street Public Safety        For public safety equipment at       1,000
                                      Complex.                         the Hartford Public Safety
                                                                       Complex.
City of Hartselle, Hartselle, AL...  Wireless Area Network..........  For field communication and            250
                                                                       data access.
City of Henderson, Henderson, NV...  Police Technology..............  For law enforcement equipment          600
                                                                       and technology.
City of Hokah, Hokah, MN...........  Improved Law Enforcement and     To acquire equipment to improve         60
                                      Emergency Communications.        emergency communication.
City of Hot Springs Police           Mobile Data Terminal             To equip police vehicles with          300
 Department, Hot Springs, AR.         Acquisition.                     mobile data terminals.
City of Houston, Houston, TX.......  Houston Interoperability         For interoperable                      500
                                      Initiative.                      communications equipment for
                                                                       emergency responders.
City of Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.  City of Huntsville Public        For equipment and to integrate         750
                                      Safety Technology Upgrades       current public safety systems.
                                      (Equipment).
City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis,  Broadband Wireless Upgrade to    For completion of technology            50
 IN.                                  IMPD Fleet.                      purchase and installation.
City of Kalispell, Kalispell, MT...  Public Safety Building           To create a public safety              250
                                      Modernization.                   training and testing facility
                                                                       for first responders.
City of Madison, Madison, WI.......  Madison Law Enforcement          For records management and             700
                                      Technology Upgrades.             collaborative forensics
                                                                       upgrades.
City of Medford, Medford, OR.......  Jackson County Consolidated 9-1- For emergency dispatch center          710
                                      1 Dispatch Center.               facilities upgrades.
City of Minneapolis, Minneapolis,    Public Safety Technology.......  To purchase in car cameras and         400
 MN.                                                                   mobile data centers for police
                                                                       officers.
City of Missoula, Missoula, MT.....  Missoula Police Headquarters     For forensic equipment upgrades        750
                                      Facility.
City of Modesto, Modesto, CA.......  Stanislaus County and City of    To upgrade interoperability            300
                                      Modesto, CA, for law             equipment.
                                      enforcement communications
                                      equipment.
City of Montgomery, Montgomery, AL.  City of Montgomery and           To implement an in-car digital         500
                                      Montgomery County                video and server solution.
                                      Interoperable Upgrades.
City of Mountain Village, Mountain   Mountain Village Public Safety   For communications network             500
 Village, CO.                         Communications System.           upgrades and enhancements.
City of New Haven, New Haven, CT...  Northeast Regional Law           For equipment at the Northeast         225
                                      Enforcement Firing Range.        Regional Law Enforcement
                                                                       Firing Range.
City of Newark, Newark, NJ.........  Emergency Operations Center      To purchase interoperability           500
                                      Interoperability Equipment.      equipment.
City of Oakland, Oakland, CA.......  Oakland Police Compstat........  For a centralized criminal data      1,325
                                                                       repository.
City of Ottumwa, Ottumwa, IA.......  Crime Reduction Through          For high-resolution cameras and        375
                                      Utilization of Video             in-car computer systems.
                                      Surveillance Systems and In-
                                      Car Computer Systems.
City of Peekskill, Peekskill, NY...  The City of Peekskill WIFI       To purchase public safety              300
                                      System.                          technology and communications
                                                                       equipment.
City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.  Neighborhood Camera Security     For purchase, installation and         500
                                      System.                          maintenance of security camer-
                                                                        as.
City of Prattville, Prattville, AL.  Public Safety Traffic Signal     For pre-emption software for           150
                                      Pre-emption.                     rapid response of emergency
                                                                       personnel.
City of Racine, Racine, WI.........  City of Racine License Plate     For automatic license plate            100
                                      Recognition Cameras.             recognition cameras in patrol
                                                                       cars.
City of Raleigh, Raleigh, NC.......  Rapid Fingerprint                For interoperability equipment         250
                                      Identification.                  upgrades.
City of Rock Island, Rock Island,    Technology Upgrades............  For technology upgrades for the        150
 IL.                                                                   Rock Island Police.
City of Torrington, Torrington, CT.  Northwest Regional Public        For upgrades to                        850
                                      Safety Communications.           interoperability
                                                                       communications systems.
City of Trenton, Trenton, NJ.......  Gun Detection Technology System  To purchase gun detection              300
                                                                       technology.
City of Union City, Union City, NJ.  Union City Technology Project..  To purchase law enforcement            300
                                                                       equipment.
City of Westland, Westland, MI.....  Westland Public Safety           For police vehicle mobile data         200
                                      Improvements.                    computers and video camera
                                                                       technology.
City of Winston Salem, Winston-      City of Winston-Salem and        To purchase firearms training        1,000
 Salem, NC.                           Forsyth County Joint Firearms    equipment.
                                      Training Facility.
Clarion County, Clarion, PA........  Interoperability Communications  For interoperable                      400
                                      Initiative.                      communications.
Cleveland Department of Public       800 MHz APCO Project 25 Digital  For voice and data services and        300
 Safety, Cleveland, OH.               Trunked Radio System.            interoperability.
Cobb County, Cobb County, GA.......  Cobb County Regional             For upgrades for multi-county          300
                                      Interoperable Communications     interoperability equipment.
                                      Network for Public Safety
                                      First Responders.
Coosa County Commission, Rockford,   Computer Aided Dispatch........  For law enforcement                    150
 AL.                                                                   interoperability and
                                                                       technology upgrades.
County of Bergen, Hackensack, NJ...  County-Wide Public Safety Radio  For radio and communications           900
                                      Communication System.            technology upgrades.
County of Camden, Camden, NJ.......  County-Wide Interoperability     For the operation and                  500
                                      System.                          coordination of all emergency
                                                                       opera-  tions.
County of Fresno, City of Fresno,    Regional Data Interoperability.  For public safety electronic           300
 CA.                                                                   data communication upgrades.
County of Onondaga, Syracuse, NY...  Interoperable Emergency          For radio communications               300
                                      Communications.                  systems infrastructure
                                                                       replacements and upgrades.
Cullman County Commission, Cullman,  Law Enforcement Data             To provide computer equipment          750
 AL.                                  Communication Sharing            for law enforcement vehicles.
                                      Information.
Delaware Capitol Police, Dover, DE.  Carvel State Building Video      To purchase security cameras...         75
                                      Surveillance Project.
Delaware Capitol Police, Dover, DE.  New Castle County Courthouse     For equipment upgrades at              100
                                      Capitol Police Command Center    police command center.
                                      and Lobby Surveillance Project.
Delaware State Police, Dover, DE...  Survival Equipment for Delaware  To purchase bulletproof vests          125
                                      State Police.                    and other equipment.
Delaware State Police, Dover, DE...  In-Car Camera System for         To purchase and install digital      1,500
                                      Delaware State Police Patrol     in-car camera systems.
                                      Cars.
Department of Maryland State         Maryland State Police First      For first responder radio            1,000
 Police, Pikesville, MD.              Responder Radio                  interoperability upgrades.
                                      Interoperability Project.
Downriver Community Conference,      Downriver Mutual Aid System      For equipment and system               200
 Southgate, MI.                       Preparedness IV.                 upgrades to detect, monitor,
                                                                       and mitigate crime.
East Bay Regional Communications     East Bay Regional                To enhance regional public             500
 System Joint Powers Authority,       Communications System            safety communications system.
 City of Dublin for Alameda and       Authority.
 Contra Costa Counties, CA.
Ford County Government, Dodge City,  Ford County Jail Equipment.....  For investigative labs and             200
 KS.                                                                   training.
Fort Belknap Indian Community,       Fort Belknap Corrections         To purchase equipment..........      1,000
 Harlem, MT.                          Division.
Grayson County Sheriff's             Grayson County Sheriff's         To purchase mobile data                160
 Department, Leitchfield, KY.         Department Equipment.            terminals and hand-held radios.
Harford County, Bel Air, MD........  Harford County Public Safety     For interoperable                      750
                                      Communications Technology        communications technology and
                                      Upgrades.                        equipment upgrades.
Hawaii Criminal Justice Data         Hawaii Integrated Justice        To integrate State and local         2,000
 Center, Hilo, HI.                    Information System [HIJIS].      law enforcement databases for
                                                                       better access at all levels of
                                                                       the justice system.
Helena Regional Airport, Helena, MT  Rocky Mountain Emergency         For equipment upgrades.........      1,000
                                      Service Training Center.
Hinds County Sheriff's Office,       Critical Justice Systems         For law enforcement technology         500
 Jackson, MS.                         Repairs and Updates.             upgrades.
Illinois State Police, Springfield,  Operation Cyber Shield.........  For equipment upgrades.........        400
 IL.
Illinois State Police, Springfield,  Illinois Statewide Gang          For equipment upgrades.........        500
 IL.                                  Intelligence Database.
Ingham County, Mason, MI...........  IP-Based 9-1-1 Phone System....  For equipment upgrades to              100
                                                                       improve the existing 9-1-1
                                                                       phone system.
Itasca County, Grand Rapids, MN....  Itasca County 9-1-1 Radio        To purchase 800 MHz public             100
                                      System.                          safety radio system.
Lake County Commissioners,           Lake County Public Safety Radio  For interoperability and               300
 Painesville, OH.                     System.                          communications equipment.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police        Justice Information Sharing      For law enforcement technology       1,000
 Department, Las Vegas , NV.          Program.                         and computer equipment.
Lehigh County, Allentown, PA.......  Lehigh Valley Regional Crime     For technology infrastructure          500
                                      Center [LVRCC].                  improvements.
Luna County Sheriff Department,      Project Southern Command.......  To modernize public safety             250
 Columbus, NM.                                                         communications system.
Macomb County Emergency Management   Macomb County Centralized        For equipment upgrades to              250
 & Communications, Macomb, MI.        Dispatch.                        improve emergency services.
Madison County, Wampsville, NY.....  Interoperable Emergency          For interoperable emergency            200
                                      Communications System.           communications system
                                                                       enhancements.
Marshall County Sheriff's Office,    Law Enforcement Equipment        For purchase radars,                   250
 Benton, KY.                          Upgrades.                        communication, and video
                                                                       equipment.
Marshall University, Huntington, WV  Computer Forensics Initiative..  For computer forensic training.        855
Marshall University, Huntington, WV  Forensic Science Center DNA      For upgrades to DNA forensic         4,575
                                      Laboratory.                      lab.
Massachusetts District Attorneys     MDAA Forensic Audio/Video        To purchase information                100
 Association [MDAA], Barnstable,      Processing and Analysis          technology for law enforcement.
 Boston, Brockton, Canton, New        Systems.
 Bedford, Northampton, Pittsfield,
 Salem, Springfield, Woburn, and
 Worcester, MA.
Milwaukee Police Department,         Milwaukee Police Department      To upgrade automated                   550
 Milwaukee, WI.                       Technology Solutions.            fingerprinting stations.
Missoula County, Missoula, MT......  Missoula Public Safety           For public safety operations           400
                                      Operations & Training Center.    and training center upgrades.
Monroe Police Department, Monroe,    Monroe Police Department's       To upgrade to 800 MHz radios...        300
 NC.                                  Radio Interoperability Project.
Montgomery County Department of      Counter-Terrorism Intelligence   For counterintelligence and            200
 Police, Rockville, MD.               Initiative.                      information sharing equipment
                                                                       upgrades.
New York City Housing Authority      Brownsville Houses and Tilden    For security camera acquisition        400
 [NYCHA], New York, NY.               Houses--CCTV.                    and installation.
North Carolina State University,     Center for Forensic Sciences--   To purchase law enforcement            175
 Raleigh, NC.                         NCSU.                            communications equipment.
North Las Vegas Police Department,   Tactical SWAT Vehicle..........  For equipping a tactical SWAT          200
 N. Las Vegas, NV.                                                     Vehicle.
Nye County, Pahrump, NV............  Pahrump Government Building      For security upgrades..........        175
                                      Security Improvements.
Oklahoma Department of Public        Oklahoma Law Enforcement         For communications equipment...        700
 Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.           Telecommunications System.
Oklahoma Department of Public        Statewide Public Safety          For a comprehensive                    900
 Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.           Communications System.           communications system for
                                                                       emergency responders.
Oneida County, Rhinelander/Oneida    Oneida County Radio System       For computer aided dispatch and        450
 County, WI.                          Upgrades.                        mobile data systems equipment.
Oregon State Police, Salem, OR.....  Oregon State Police Mobile Data  To upgrade and enhance                 500
                                      Platform.                        applications to allow secure
                                                                       mobile access.
Oswego County, Oswego, NY..........  Central New York Interoperable   For interoperable communication        200
                                      Communications Consortium.       equipment upgrades.
Philadelphia Police Department,      Gunshot Location System........  To purchase gun detection              500
 Philadelphia, PA.                                                     technology.
Philander Smith College, Little      Technology/Security              To upgrade the campus                  750
 Rock, AR.                            Infrastructure Upgrade.          technological and security
                                                                       infrastructure.
Prince George's County, Upper        Analytical Crime Tracking......  To expand crime fighting               200
 Marlboro, MD.                                                         efforts.
Rocky Mount Police Department,       Gun Detection Technology System  To purchase gun detection              350
 Rocky Mount, NC.                                                      technology.
Saginaw County Sheriff's Office,     Regional Information Sharing     To centralize law enforcement          200
 Saginaw, MI.                         Office.                          and correctional information
                                                                       systems.
Sandy City, Sandy City, UT.........  Sandy City Police Department     For law enforcement technology         500
                                      Technology Improvement.          upgrades.
Somerset County, Skowhegan, ME.....  Technology Equipment Upgrades..  To improve communication               550
                                                                       technology.
Somerset County, Somerset, PA......  Confluence Cellular              For Somerset County public             100
                                      Communication Tower Project.     safety communications.
SouthCom Dispatch, Matteson, IL....  SouthCom Technological Upgrades  For high speed, fiber optic            200
                                                                       broadband network to support
                                                                       public safety.
Southeast Kansas Regional Law        Southeast Kansas Regional        For automated fingerprint and          500
 Enforcement Group, Oswego,  KS.      Collaborative Fingerprint and    palm print identification sys-
                                      Palm Print Identification         tems.
                                      System.
St. Louis County Sheriff's Office,   Regional Interoperability        For regional interoperability          300
 Duluth, MN.                          Mobile Data System Project.      mobile data system project.
Stearns County, St. Cloud, MN......  Law Enforcement Center Phase II  To upgrade electronic systems          200
                                                                       and communications in law
                                                                       enforcement center.
Stillwater County Government,        Combined Law Enforcement Crisis  For equipment to support a             200
 Columbus, MT.                        Response Program.                local law enforcement joint
                                                                       response team.
Todd County Sheriff's Department,    Todd County Sheriff's            To purchase computers and               50
 Elkton, KY.                          Department equipment.            digital radios.
Town of Avon, Avon, CT.............  Farmington Valley Regional       To assess interoperability              75
                                      Dispatch Center.                 needs.
Town of Enfield, Enfield, CT.......  Radio Communications             For interoperability equipment         750
                                      Improvement Project.             upgrades.
Town of Eureka, Eureka, MT.........  Eureka Justice Center..........  For public safety security             300
                                                                       upgrades.
Town of Matthews, Matthews, NC.....  Matthews Police Department In-   To purchase digital in-car             150
                                      Car Camera Project.              cameras.
Town of Mooresville, Mooresville,    Mooresville Police Department    To purchase digital in-car             125
 NC.                                  In-Car Cameras.                  cameras.
University of Akron, Akron, OH.....  High Technology Forensics        For forensic equipment and             200
                                      Laboratory and Resource Center.  training.
University of Arkansas for Medical   UAMS Campus Security             To acquire in-car digital video        250
 Sciences, Little Rock, AR.           Enhancement.                     camera systems and mobile
                                                                       computer technology.
Vermont Criminal Justice Training    Vermont Police Academy           For law enforcement technology         200
 Council, Pittsford, VT.              Equipment.                       and computer equipment.
Vermont Department of State's        Equipment Support for Sheriffs'  For law enforcement equipment          100
 Attorneys and Sheriffs'              Departments.                     and technology.
 Association, Montpelier, VT.
Vermont Supreme Court, Court         Vermont Judiciary Case           For a statewide judiciary              500
 Administrator's Office,              Management and Electronic        electronic case management
 Montpelier, VT.                      Filing System.                   filing system.
Victoria County, Texas, Victoria,    Emergency Communications         To acquire advanced radio              250
 TX.                                  Equipment.                       equipment.
Village of Oak Lawn, Oak Lawn, IL..  Law Enforcement Technology.....  Purchase equipment for first           100
                                                                       responders.
Wapello Police Department, Wapello,  Equipment Upgrades.............  For vehicle computer systems            50
 IA.                                                                   and cameras.
Washoe County Sheriff's Department,  Heavy Duty Command Post and      For law enforcement equipment        1,000
 Reno, NV.                            Patrol Car Safety System.        and technology.
West Valley City, West Valley City,  West Valley City Public Safety   For police vehicle                      50
 UT.                                  Communications Equipment.        communications equipment.
Whatcom County, Bellingham, WA.....  Multi-Jurisdictional Data        To implement a data integration        200
                                      Integration Project--Whatcom     system.
                                      Exchange Network.
Will County, Joliet, IL............  Integrated Criminal Justice      To upgrade criminal records            100
                                      Information Initiative.          database.
Wilmington Department of Police,     Police Weapons Range             For safety improvements for            400
 Wilmington, DE.                      Improvements.                    firing range.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 $39,500,000 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 includes $5,000,000 to reimburse the 
Drug Enforcement Administration 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.
    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
                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
             Recipient                           Project                        Description              Amount
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cape Girardeau Co. Sheriff's         Missouri Sheriff's               For multi-jurisdictional drug        1,500
 Office, Cape Girardeau, MO.          Methamphetamine Relief Team      task forces fighting
                                      [MOSMART].                       methamphetamine.
Clackamas County, Oregon City, OR..  Clackamas County Interagency     To expand efforts to combat            100
                                      Methamphetamine Initiative.      methamphetamine.
Colorado Meth Project, Statewide,    Colorado Meth Project..........  For an anti-methamphetamine            250
 CO.                                                                   campaign.
County of Butte, City of Oroville,   Drug Endangered Children         To provide assistance to               400
 CA.                                  Program.                         children of methamphetamine
                                                                       users.
County of Jefferson County, Golden,  Methamphetamine Response         To eradicate residential meth          200
 CO.                                  Collaborative.                   labs.
County of Solano, Fairfield, CA....  County of Solano                 For multi-jurisdictional               100
                                      Methamphetamine Initiative.      narcotics enforcement team
                                                                       activities.
Criminal Justice Institute, Little   Arkansas Methamphetamine         To provide methamphetamine-            400
 Rock, AR.                            Education and Training Program.  targeted training.
Heartland Family Service, Inc.,      Residential Methamphetamine      For a residential treatment            400
 Council Bluffs, IA.                  Treatment in Southwestern Iowa   program for women.
                                      Program.
Heartland Family Service, Omaha, NE  Methamphetamine and Drug         To provide services to women           500
                                      Treatment Program for Women.     and children in
                                                                       methamphetamine abuse cases.
Jefferson County, Colorado,          Methamphetamine Response         For anti-methamphetamine               100
 Jefferson County, CO.                Collaborative.                   activities.
Marion County, Salem, OR...........  Kid's First Initiative--Phase 2  To provide services for                740
                                                                       children of families with
                                                                       methamphetamine addiction
                                                                       problems.
Minot State University, Minot, ND..  Rural Methamphetamine Education  For methamphetamine research           500
                                      Project.                         and public education.
Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA.  National Methamphetamine         For anti-methamphetamine             1,300
                                      Training and Technical           training and technical
                                      Assistance Center.               assistance.
Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA..  Washington State                 To expand efforts to combat            900
                                      Methamphetamine Initiative.      methamphetamine.
State of Iowa Office of Drug         Drug Endangered Children [DEC].  For child abuse prevention and         150
 Control Policy, Des Moines, IA.                                       intervention.
State of Iowa Office of Drug         Drug Intercept Squads [DIS]....  For home-made methamphetamine          500
 Control Policy, Des Moines, IA.                                       labs clean-up.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation,   Tennessee Meth Task Force......  To train and equip law                 500
 Nashville, TN.                                                        enforcement to combat
                                                                       methamphetamine.
The Georgia Meth Project, Atlanta,   The Georgia Meth Project.......  To reduce the prevalence of            250
 GA.                                                                   first-time methamphetamine a-
                                                                       buse.
Torrance County Sheriff's            Methamphetamine Enforcement....  To support rural                       400
 Department, Estancia, NM.                                             methamphetamine enforcement.
Uintah County, Uintah County, UT...  Uintah Basin Methamphetamine     For methamphetamine and gang           500
                                      Project.                         enforcement.
Virginia State Police, Wytheville,   Southwest Virginia Drug Task     To stop methamphetamine and            350
 Virginia, VA.                        Force Assistance.                drug-related crimes.
White Earth Tribal Nation, White     COPS Law Enforcement and Meth    To provide law enforcement             100
 Earth, MN.                           Education Project.               support for meth and other
                                                                       drug related problems.
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    DNA Backlog/Crime Log Improvement.--The Committee 
recommends $5,000,000 to strengthen and improve the current 
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.
    Paul Coverdell Forensic Science.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $35,000,000 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.
    Child Sexual Predator Elimination.--The Committee's 
recommendation provides $20,000,000 for a national initiative 
to provide grants to State and local governments to locate, 
arrest and prosecute sexual predators. The Committee recommends 
the appointment of an Assistant U.S. Attorney and a deputy U.S. 
Marshal in each judicial district to act as coordinators to 
prepare a comprehensive, district-wide strategy in consultation 
with social services providers and partners from Federal, State 
and local law enforcement agencies. The Committee directs the 
COPS office to coordinate with the National Center for Missing 
and Exploited Children in developing a program that includes 
detection, apprehension, and prosecution of sex offenders who 
victimize children. The Committee believes it is essential to 
build specialized units in law enforcement agencies across the 
country to attack this problem in a concerted, coordinated 
manner. The grants should assist State and local law 
enforcement entities to specifically focus on sexual predators 
who fail to register, child sexual exploitation and sex 
offenders who prey upon children. These predator units should 
be created in a manner that is geographically balanced and 
levels itself to testing the model in various settings; and in 
major urban police departments, State law enforcement agencies, 
smaller jurisdictions, and regional groupings of agencies. The 
Prosecutorial Remedies and Other Tools to End the Exploitation 
of Children Today Act of 2003, Public Law 108-21 authorized 
grants for Sex Offender Apprehension Programs.
    Management and Administration.--The Committee recommends 
maintaining the salaries and expenses account structure 
established in the fiscal year 2009 enacted law to fund the 
management and administrative costs of COPS and other Justice 
Department grant programs. No administrative overhead costs 
shall be deducted from the programs funded from this account.

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations 2009..................................... \1\$205,000,000
Budget estimate 2010....................................     213,388,000
House allowance.........................................     129,620,000
Committee recommendation................................     200,000,000

\1\Includes $10,000,000 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-5).

    To achieve greater transparency, efficiency, and 
accountability in the management, administration and oversight 
of grant programs administered by the Department of Justice, 
Congress established a new salaries and expenses account for 
fiscal year 2009 within State and Local Law Enforcement 
Activities to fund the management and administrative costs of 
the Department's grant programs. A total of $200,000,000 is 
provided for salaries and expenses for Department of Justice 
grant programs in fiscal year 2010, including $125,830,000 for 
the Office of Justice Programs [OJP]; $37,462,000 for the 
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services [COPS]; and 
$15,708,000 for the Office on Violence Against Women [OVW].
    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. 
Training and technical assistance [T&TA], research and 
statistics activities performed by OJP, OVW, and COPS, or 
through interagency agreements or under contract for OJP, OVW, 
and COPS, may be supported with program funds, subject to the 
submission of details related to these costs in the 
Department's fiscal year 2010 spending plan.
    Within the funds provided, $21,000,000 is made available to 
the Office of Audit, Assessment, and Management [OAAM]. The 
Committee expects OAAM to continue to develop its capacity to 
evaluate, in coordination with the National Institute of 
Justice, the effectiveness of programs and projects funded by 
OJP, OVW, and COPS, using rigorous research and evaluation 
methods that generate valid evidence on the effectiveness of 
crime prevention strategies.

               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 provides authority for 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 sets obligation and expenditure requirements 
for the FBI's information technology programs.
    Section 211 requires the availability of appropriations for 
obligations beyond the current fiscal year to comply with 
reprogramming procedures.
    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 the use of up to 1 percent of formula 
grant funds made available to the Office of Justice Programs 
for research or statistical purposes, and permits the use of up 
to 3 percent of funds made available to that office for 
training and technical assistance.
    Section 216 makes permanent retention and relocation bonus 
authorities previously provided to the Federal Bureau of 
Investigation.
    Section 217 requires that the Attorney General shall submit 
quarterly reports to the Inspector General of the Department of 
Justice regarding the costs and contracting proceeding relating 
to each conference held by the Department of Justice during 
fiscal year 2010 for which the costs to the Government more 
than $20,000.
    Section 218 extends foreign language proficiency pay 
authorities to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
    Section 219 permits the Attorney General to waive certain 
reporting requirements for localities applying for Byrne 
Justice Assistance grants upon demonstrating that they had met 
previous reporting requirements.

                               TITLE III

                                SCIENCE

                   EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT

                Office of Science and Technology Policy

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $5,303,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       6,154,000
House allowance.........................................       7,154,000
Committee recommendation................................       6,154,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $6,154,0000. The 
recommendation is $851,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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.

             National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Appropriations, 2009..................................\1\$18,784,385,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................  18,686,000,000
House allowance.........................................  18,203,300,000
Committee recommendation................................  18,686,000,000

\1\Includes $1,002,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $18,686,000,000 for 
the National Aeronautics and Space Administration [NASA]. The 
recommendation is $903,615,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level, not including American Recovery and Reinvestment 
Act funding, 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.
    America recently celebrated many important milestones of 
its space program: the 50th anniversary of NASA's creation, the 
25th anniversary of the first American woman in space, Dr. 
Sally Ride, and the 19th anniversary of the Hubble Space 
Telescope. Unfortunately, NASA is also celebrating a more 
dubious occasion, the 19th year that NASA's acquisition 
management has been on the Government Accountability Office's 
[GAO] ``high risk'' list. The Agency's acquisition management 
has been on the list since 1990 in such company as Medicare, 
Department of Defense weapons system acquisition, and 
enforcement of tax laws. Furthermore, since 2006, 10 of 12 
major NASA projects in development, or 83 percent, have 
exceeded baseline cost and schedules. The 2010 budget request 
includes notification that three more projects have exceeded 
their baseline budgets by more than 15 percent and five more 
missions have experienced launch delay of 6 months or more.
    The GAO reports that NASA is making progress in 
strengthening financial management, including better cost 
estimates and higher standards of accountability for 
contractors. However, more than 90 percent of NASA's funding is 
awarded by contracts. The Committee is very troubled by an 
emerging pattern of NASA's contract awards being protested in 
increasing numbers--according to the GAO, NASA has experienced 
a 50 percent increase in bid protests over the last 3 years.
    In order for taxpayers and Congress to have confidence in 
NASA's acquisition process, the Committee directs NASA to 
report within 60 days of enactment of this act on actions the 
Agency will take to improve financial management and to ensure 
integrity of the procurement process. The report shall include 
systematic steps to reduce cost overruns and schedule 
slippages, as well as milestones and timetables. Furthermore, 
the report shall include an analysis of the recent increase in 
bid protests, as well as a determination if the creation of a 
senior procurement officer position at NASA to oversee Agency-
wide procurement could help improve the integrity of the 
process.
    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, 2009...................................\1\$4,903,019,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   4,477,200,000
House allowance.........................................   4,496,100,000
Committee recommendation................................   4,517,000,000

\1\Includes $400,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    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............................          392,500
        Earth Science Research and Analysis...........          276,700
         Computing and Management.....................          115,800
    Earth Systematic Missions.........................          720,500
        Global Precipitation Measurement [GPM]........          159,500
        Glory Mission.................................           27,100
        Landsat Data Continuity Mission [LDCM]........          120,600
        NPOESS Preparatory Project [NPP]..............          112,800
        Ice, Cloud, and Land Elevation Satellite                 39,200
         [ICESat II]..................................
         Soil Moisture Active and Passive [SMAP]......           70,000
        DSCOVR........................................            5,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............          186,300
    Earth System Science Pathfinder...................           64,000
         Aquarius.....................................           18,300
         Venture Class Missions.......................           12,900
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           32,800
    Earth Science Multi-Mission Operations............          149,900
    Earth Science Technology..........................           45,900
    Applied Sciences Pathways.........................           32,200
        Pathways......................................           32,200
                                                       -----------------
          Subtotal, Earth Science.....................        1,405,000
                                                       =================
Planetary Science:
    Planetary Science Research........................          161,700
        Planetary Science Research and Analysis.......          135,100
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           21,400
        Education and Directorate Management..........            1,400
        Near Earth Object Observations................            3,800
    Lunar Quest Program...............................          120,800
        Lunar Science.................................           33,300
        Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer           66,500
        International Lunar Network...................           21,000
    Discovery.........................................          213,200
        Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory                124,100
         [GRAIL]......................................
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           89,100
    New Frontiers.....................................          264,100
        Juno..........................................          237,200
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           26,900
    Mars Exploration..................................          407,400
        2009 Mars Science Lab.........................          204,000
        MAVEN.........................................           53,400
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............          150,000
    Outer Planets.....................................           98,600
    Technology........................................           89,000
                                                       -----------------
      Subtotal, Planetary Science.....................        1,354,800
                                                       =================
Astrophysics:
    Astrophysics Research.............................          150,800
        Astrophysics Research and Analysis............           60,000
        Balloon Project...............................           26,700
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           64,100
    Cosmic Origins....................................          717,200
        Hubble Space Telescope [HST]..................          112,600
        James Webb Space Telescope [JWST].............          441,400
        Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared                   72,800
         Astronomy [SOFIA]............................
        Servicing Opportunities for Science Missions..           50,000
        Other Missions And Data Analysis..............           40,400
    Physics of the Cosmos.............................          147,700
        Joint Dark Energy Mission.....................            6,400
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............          141,300
    Exoplanet Exploration.............................           46,200
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           46,200
    Astrophysics Explorer.............................          107,900
        Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer [WISE]....           13,000
        Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array [NuStar]           59,900
        Astro-H.......................................           10,900
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           24,100
                                                       -----------------
          Subtotal, Astrophysics......................        1,169,800
                                                       =================
Heliophysics:
    Heliophysics Research.............................          174,200
        Heliophysics Research and Analysis............           31,000
        Sounding Rocket Operations....................           66,500
        Research Range................................           19,200
        GSFC Building Support.........................            3,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           54,500
    Living with a Star................................          258,200
        Solar Dynamics Observatory [SDO]..............           34,100
        Radiation Belt Storm Probes [RBSP]............          137,100
        Solar Probe Plus..............................           50,000
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           37,000
    Solar Terrestrial Probes..........................          143,000
        Magnetospheric Multiscale [MMS]...............          118,600
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           24,400
    Heliophysics Explorer Program.....................           69,400
        GOLD..........................................              500
        Other Missions and Data Analysis..............           68,900
    New Millennium....................................            1,800
                                                       -----------------
          Subtotal, Heliophysics......................          646,600
                                                       =================
Reallocation of prior year unobligated balances.......          (59,200)
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Science..................................        4,517,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Earth Science Decadal Survey Missions.--The Committee 
supports the ongoing development of the Tier I missions, and 
provides the full budget requests for the Soil Moisture Active 
and Passive [SMAP] and the Ice, Cloud, and Land Elevation 
Satellite [ICESat II] missions. The Committee is disappointed 
that the request does not include funding for the Climate 
Absolute Radiance and Refractivity Observatory [CLARREO] or the 
Deformation, Ecosystem Structure, and Dynamics of the Ice 
[DESDnyl] missions, which are also part of the Tier 1 
recommendations. The National Academies recommended flying a 
suite of these four missions concurrently to gather critical 
information about the Earth and its climate. The Committee 
strongly encourages NASA to realign priorities in future budget 
requests to accelerate these missions to more closely match the 
Academies' recommended schedule, while also supporting 
development of Tier 2 and Tier 3 missions, as well as venture 
class missions. The Committee provides the full budget request 
of $135,100,000 for decadal-related projects and missions.
    ICESat II Mission.--The Committee is aware that the Science 
Definition Team [SDT] for the ICESat II mission determined that 
the use of a photon-counting approach to provide cross-track 
measurement capabilities is the preferred method of meeting the 
objectives of the Earth Science Decadal Survey for this 
mission. The Committee supports this approach to ensure the 
highest level of accuracy in measuring ice melt; however, the 
SDT did not assess its technical readiness level. The Committee 
directs NASA to complete a technical readiness level 
evaluation, and to report on options to implementing this 
preferred approach without significantly increasing the cost, 
or substantially delaying the launch, of the mission.
    Heliophysics.--Within funds provided to advance scientific 
knowledge of the Sun's impact on the Earth, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirement of $118,600,000 for the 
Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, as well as $50,000,000 for 
the Solar Probe Mission. The Committee notes that the Solar 
Probe mission is the highest priority recommendation of the 
National Academies' heliophysics decadal report, and therefore 
strongly urges 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 of 
these missions.
    Planetary Science.--Within funds provided to advance 
scientific knowledge of our solar system, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirement of $416,108,000 for the 
Mars rovers and related science.
    International Lunar Network.--The Committee is concerned 
that NASA has chosen to take a science mission, the 
international lunar network, and make its funding contingent on 
a report that is focused on human space flight. 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, there has been 
insufficient resources and inconsistent support for this 
mission. In accordance with the planned funding profile 
provided to the Committee for this mission, the Committee 
directs $21,000,000 to continue the development for this 
mission.
    Astrophysics.--Within funds provided to advance scientific 
knowledge of the origins of the universe, the Committee 
provides the full budget requirements of $112,600,000 for the 
Hubble Space Telescope and $441,400,000 for the James Webb 
Space Telescope. The Committee also provides the full budget 
request of $6,400,000 for the Joint Dark Energy Mission [JDEM].
    Servicing Opportunities for Science Missions.--The 
Committee provides $50,000,000 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 provided for in the statement of managers 
accompanying division B of Public Law 111-8. The Committee 
directs that this shall be a joint project of the science and 
exploration mission directorates, with supervision provided by 
the Associate Administrator and the Chief Engineer, and shall 
include technology demonstrations for both robotic and human 
servicing capabilities.

                              AERONAUTICS

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$650,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     507,000,000
House allowance.........................................     501,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     507,000,000

\1\Includes $150,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    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.

                               AERONAUTICS
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
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Aviation Safety........................................       75,000,000
Airspace Systems.......................................       80,000,000
Fundamental Aeronautics................................      220,000,000
Aeronautics Test Program...............................       72,000,000
Intergrated Systems Research...........................       60,000,000
                                                        ----------------
      Total, Aeronautics...............................      507,000,000
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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.
    Environmentally Responsible Aviation Project.--The 
Committee provides the $60,000,000 for this activity for 
research to reduce fuel use, noise, and emissions from 
aircraft.
    Aircraft Safety.--The Committee is concerned that the 
budget request reduced funding for aircraft safety research. 
The recommendation restores $15,000,000 to this important 
activity, for a total of $75,000,000.
    NASA Unmanned Aircraft Systems University Affiliated 
Research Center.--The Committee recommends $15,000,000 for 
NASA's Aeronautics Program to establish a University Affiliated 
Research Center [UARC] to collaborate with the Dryden National 
Flight Center to focus on Unmanned Aircraft Systems [UAS] 
remote sensing research applications and educational programs. 
The UARC should have strong established collaborative ties to 
NOAA and its UAS program for the purposes of transitioning 
NASA's research to operational usage.

                              EXPLORATION

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$3,905,469,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,963,100,000
House allowance.........................................   3,293,200,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,940,400,000

\1\Includes $400,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Exploration account funds the capabilities required to 
develop, demonstrate, and deploy the transportation, life 
support, and surface systems that will enable sustained human 
and robotic exploration of the Moon and beyond.

                               EXPLORATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                         recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Exploration Mission Directorate:
    Constellation Systems.............................        3,580,500
        Constellation Systems Program.................        3,541,400
            Program Integration and Operations........          642,500
            Crew Exploration Vehicle (Orion)..........        1,383,500
            Crew Launch Vehicle (Ares I)..............        1,415,400
            Cargo Launch Vehicle (Ares V).............          100,000
        Commercial Crew and Cargo [COTS]..............           39,100
    Advanced Capabilities.............................          411,700
        Human Research Program........................          151,500
            ISS Medical Project.......................           20,300
            Research Infusion Projects................          131,200
        Exploration Technology Development............          241,100
            ISS Research..............................           21,800
            Technology Infusion Projects..............          219,300
        Lunar Precursor Robotic Program...............           19,100
            Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter..............           19,100
Reallocation of prior-year unobligated balances.......          (51,800)
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Exploration..............................        3,940,400
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Review of U.S. Human Space Flight Plans.--The Committee 
directs that NASA shall not use the operating plan or 
reprogramming process as the method of implementing the 
recommendations of the review. The opportunity for directing a 
well constructed and thoughtful approach to manned space flight 
should be as a budget amendment to the 2010 budget request that 
is received in a manner that is timely for consideration by the 
Committee, or as part of the 2011 budget request.
    Ares I and Orion.--The Committee provides the full budget 
request of $1,415,400,000 for Ares I, the new Crew Launch 
Vehicle, and $1,383,500,000 for Orion, the Crew Exploration 
Vehicle.
    Ares V.--The Committee believes that the Ares V cargo 
launch vehicle will be a critical national asset for carrying 
exploration and scientific payloads beyond low Earth orbit to 
the Moon and beyond. To facilitate the earliest possible start 
of the development of the Ares V, the Committee recommends a 
funding level of $100,000,000.
    International Space Station as a National Laboratory.--As 
construction of the International Space Station nears 
completion, the Committee reminds NASA that section 507 of the 
NASA Authorization Act of 2005 designated the International 
Space Station [ISS] as a National Laboratory for the purposes 
of using the unique environment of space for science. The 
Committee has long advocated that NASA should utilize the ISS 
to its full potential by enabling research of the life and 
physical sciences in microgravity and partial gravity 
environments to improve life on Earth. The Committee therefore 
provides the full budget request of $21,800,000 for ISS 
microgravity research. NASA shall report to the Committee no 
later than 90 days after enactment of this act with a proposed 
expenditure plan for this funding. The plan shall include 
options and recommendations to ensure access of scientific 
experiments to a microgravity environment after the Space 
Shuttle's retirement via both the next generation vehicle 
architecture as well as possible commercial launch options.

                            SPACE OPERATIONS

Appropriations, 2009....................................  $5,764,710,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   6,175,600,000
House allowance.........................................   6,097,300,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,161,600,000

    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
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Space Operations Mission Directorate:
    Space Shuttle Program.............................        3,157,100
        Program Integration...........................          678,100
        Flight and Ground Operations..................        1,035,100
        Flight Hardware...............................        1,443,900
    International Space Station Program...............        2,267,000
        ISS Operations................................        1,639,000
        ISS Cargo Crew Services.......................          628,000
    Space and Flight Support..........................          751,500
        Space Communications and Navigation...........          496,500
            Space Communications Networks.............          427,100
            Space Communications Support..............           43,400
            TDRS Replenishment........................           26,000
    Human Space Flight Operations.....................          114,700
        Space Flight Crew Operations..................          114,700
    Launch Services...................................           85,900
    Rocket Propulsion Test............................           45,800
    Crew Health & Safety..............................            8,600
General Reduction.....................................          (14,000)
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Space Operations.........................        6,161,600
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Completion of Current Space Shuttle Manifest.--The 
Committee supports the administration's commitment to 
completing all the remaining Shuttle missions on the current 
manifest by the end of fiscal year 2010. In the event that 
additional time is necessary to complete the manifest, the 
Committee directs the administration to seek adequate funding 
for the remaining Shuttle flights in its fiscal year 2011 
budget request. The Committee further directs that any funding 
necessary in 2011 to complete the manifest shall not come from, 
or jeopardize in any way, other ongoing NASA activities.
    ISS Crew Cargo Services.--Within the funds provided for ISS 
Crew Cargo Services, $40,000,000 shall be for a competitive 
grant program for launch infrastructure construction and 
upgrades at commercial spaceports, including spaceports located 
at NASA facilities.
    Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System [TDRSS].--The 
Committee provides the full budget request of $26,000,000 to 
continue replenishment of the TDRS system. NASA should report 
no later than March 15, 2010, on options for accommodating 
increased mission load to the system. The report should include 
an examination of the feasibility of using off-the-shelf 
technologies.

                               EDUCATION

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $169,200,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     126,100,000
House allowance.........................................     175,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     140,100,000

    The Education account funds science, technology, 
engineering, and mathematics education activities to educate 
and inspire our next generation of explorers and innovators.

                                EDUCATION
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            Committee
                                                          recommendation
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Higher Ed. STEM Education..............................           80,600
    STEM Opportunities (Higher Education)..............           11,600
    NASA Space Grant...................................           28,400
    Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive                 10,000
     Research..........................................
    Minority University Research & Education Program...           30,600
K-12 STEM Education....................................           43,400
    STEM Student Opportunities (K-12)..................           14,500
    STEM Teacher Development (K-12)....................           28,900
Informal STEM Education................................           16,100
    Science Museums and Planetarium Grants.............            7,000
    NASA Visitor Centers...............................            7,000
    NASA Informal Education Opportunities..............            2,100
                                                        ----------------
      Total, Education.................................          140,100
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Education.--In addition to funds provided in 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 $28,400,000 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 $7,000,000 for a competitive grant program as 
authorized by section 616 of Public Law 109-155.
    Educational Activities at NASA Centers.--The Committee 
provides $7,000,000 for the development of educational 
activities at NASA's centers and direct NASA to distribute this 
amount in equal $750,000 increments to each center's official 
visitor center for the development of educational activities in 
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, including 
exhibits.
    Earth Knowledge Acquired by Middle School Students 
[EarthKAM] program.--The Committee recognizes the importance of 
the EarthKAM program, which allows middle school students to 
program a digital camera on board the International Space 
Station to photograph a variety of geographical targets for 
study in the classroom. Educators use the images for projects 
involving Earth science, geography, physics, and social 
science. Nearly 100,000 middle school students from nearly 
1,500 schools have used EarthKAM to investigate every corner of 
the globe. No other NASA program gives students such direct 
control of an instrument flying on a spacecraft orbiting Earth, 
and as a result, students assume an unparalleled personal 
ownership in the study and analysis of the Earth. The Committee 
is concerned that NASA's financial support for this program has 
been significantly reduced, and directs NASA to increase 
support for this program.
    Informal Education.--A recent 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 increases 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, 2009...................................\1\$3,356,387,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   3,400,600,000
House allowance.........................................   3,164,000,000
Committee recommendation................................   3,383,500,000

\1\Includes $50,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    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......................        2,084,000
    Center Institutional Capabilities.................        1,608,600
    Center Programmatic Capabilities..................          475,400
Agency Management and Operations......................          926,100
    Agency Management.................................          400,000
    Safety and Mission Success........................          183,900
        Safety and Mission Assurance..................           48,300
        Chief Engineer................................          102,200
        Chief Health and Medical Officer..............            3,700
        Independent Verification and Validation.......           29,700
Agency IT Services....................................          146,700
    IT Management.....................................           30,000
    Applications......................................           68,400
    Infrastructure....................................           48,300
Innovative Partnerships Program.......................          166,100
    Technology Infusion...............................           10,000
    Small Business Innovative Research................          115,000
    Small Business Technology Transfer Research.......           14,100
    Innovation Incubator..............................            1,000
    Future Centennial Challenges......................            4,000
    Partnership Development...........................           20,000
    Innovative Technology.............................            2,000
Strategic Capabilities Assets Program.................           29,400
    Simulators........................................           11,700
    Thermal Vacuum Chambers...........................            8,300
    Arc Jets..........................................            9,400
Institutional Investments.............................          351,200
    Institutional Construction of Facilities..........          280,000
    Environmental Compliance and Restoration..........           71,200
Congressionally Designated Projects...................           47,000
General Reduction.....................................          (24,800)
                                                       -----------------
      Total, Cross-Agency Support.....................        3,383,500
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    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 $30,200,000 for 
NASA's IV&V Program.
    Mississippi Army Ammunition Plant.--NASA's Stennis Space 
Center is about to inherit an ammunition plant, portions of 
which the Army has left derelict for many years. Upon transfer 
of this facility, NASA will become the caretaker for an 
additional 18 million square feet of facility floor space, of 
which only 1 million square feet is occupied. NASA has 
estimated that costs related to the transfer will be at least 
$114,000,000. The Committee is extremely disappointed that NASA 
has not requested funds to make the remainder of this facility 
useable for work at Stennis Space Center. This facility, if 
fully utilized, would benefit all tenants at Stennis Space 
Center by providing additional revenue to reinvest in the 
center for its mission.
    Energy Efficiency at NASA Centers.--The Committee is 
concerned that the agency may not be utilizing all possible 
technologies to attain the goals of Executive Order 13423, 
Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation 
Management. NASA has informed the Committee that increased 
electricity costs at each of their centers are eroding the 
ability of NASA to maintain its centers without placing other 
activities at risk. As a lead agency for scientific computing 
and information technology, NASA has a strong focus on managing 
information flow and the costs related to data management to 
support its missions. The Committee strongly recommends that 
NASA pursue information efficiency technologies, to include 
virtualization, in its facilities and data centers to promote 
energy efficiency and reduce current and future power 
consumption.
    Technical Civil Service Workforce.--The Committee is 
concerned that NASA's full cost accounting structure does not 
provide a transparent view of the funding requirements for the 
Agency's civil service workforce because funding for technical 
civil service personnel is included in the program lines. The 
Committee therefore directs NASA to include in its fiscal year 
2011 budget request justification an accounting of civil 
service salary and expense requirements contained within each 
program.
    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
                                             [Dollars in thousands]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                     Committee
             Recipient                         Project                      Description           recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alabama A&M University Research     High temperature materials     For advanced high temperature             500
 Institute, Normal, AL.              research and development for   materials research and
                                     Crew Exploration Vehicle       development.
                                     [CEV] and Crew Launch
                                     Vehicle [CLV] Initiatives.
Austin Peay State University,       Solar Energy Laser Physics     For solar equipment training.             500
 Clarksville, TN.                    Program.
Aviation Maintenance Technology     Flight Research Training       For pilot training and                    300
 Center, Roswell, NM.                Center.                        research.
Bay Area Houston Economic           Space Alliance Technology      To provide technical and                  250
 Partnership, Houston, TX.           Outreach Program [SATOP].      engineering assistance to
                                                                    small companies.
Baylor College of Medicine,         Center for Space Medicine....  To support an integrated                  750
 Houston, TX.                                                       space biomedical research
                                                                    facility.
Burlington Community and Economic   Burlington Aviation            To upgrade and improve the              1,500
 Development Office, Burlington,     Technology Center.             aviation technology training
 VT.                                                                program and facilities.
Dillard University, New Orleans,    Dillard University Eighth      To improve academic success               300
 LA.                                 Grade Initiative.              and college preparedness.
Imiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo, HI.  Imiloa Astronomy Center......  For the promotion of                    2,500
                                                                    astronomy in Hawaii.
Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.  Constellation Program Data     To upgrade the server and                 250
                                     Storage Equipment and          storage capacity at Johnson
                                     Systems.                       Space Center for the
                                                                    Constellation Program.
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA..  Nanomaterials Research.......  For research and development              250
                                                                    of nanomaterials.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Radically Segmented Launch     To develop and test                     1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     Vehicle [RSLV] LOX/Methane     activities of rocket
                                     Technology Maturation          propellant tanks and their
                                     Program.                       engines.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Development of                 To develop advanced modeling,           1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     characterization techniques    testing, and
                                     for advanced high              characterization techniques
                                     temperature materials in       for advanced composite
                                     space launch applications.     materials in extreme
                                                                    environments.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Advanced algorithm,            To provide the International            1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     integration, and maturation.   Lunar Network mission with
                                                                    advanced algorithm
                                                                    development.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Space nuclear power systems    For conceptual design,                  1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     research and development.      component technology, and
                                                                    non-nuclear system testing
                                                                    for fission surface power
                                                                    technology.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Product life-cycle management  For modeling, simulation and            1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     and advanced modeling and      product lifecycle management.
                                     simulation methods.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Robotic Lander Multi-          To test guidance, navigation,           1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     Propellant Diagnostic Test     and control systems for the
                                     Bed.                           lunar lander.
Marshall Space Flight Center,       Increasing K-16 genetics and   To create K-16 educational              1,000
 Huntsville, AL.                     biotechnology education.       opportunities for
                                                                    biotechnology and genetics
                                                                    programs.
Morgan State University,            Chesapeake Information Based   For continued aviation safety           3,000
 University of Maryland Eastern      Aeronautics Consortium         research and development.
 Shore and Bowie State University,   [CIBAC].
 Baltimore, Princess Anne and
 Bowie, MD.
National Institute for Aviation     National Center for Advanced   For additional research and               600
 Research, Wichita, KS.              Materials Performance.         development in aircraft
                                                                    construction.
New Mexico State University, Las    Science, Engineering, Math,    To engage underrepresented                200
 Cruces, NM.                         and Aerospace Academy.         youth in STEM fields.
Northern Kentucky University        Sky Dome: Strengthening        For improving education in                200
 Foundation, Highland Heights,  KY.  Science Achievement in         the Northern Kentucky region
                                     Grades 4 until 12 through      by providing instruction in
                                     Immersive Technology.          astronomy and space science.
Rocky Mountain College, Billings,   Bair Science Center..........  For equipment upgrades at the             125
 MT.                                                                Bair Science Center.
Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science       Sci-Port: Renewing Science     To expand science and                     300
 Center, Shreveport, LA.             Education in the South.        education outreach programs.
Southeast Missouri State            Missouri NASA Math, Science    To enhance K-12 teaching and              500
 University, Cape Girardeau, MO.     and Technology Education       learning of science,
                                     Enhancement Program.           mathematics, and technology
                                                                    among schools, teachers, and
                                                                    students throughout Missouri.
Space Dynamics Laboratory, Logan,   Technical support of           For NASA's Global Satellite-              400
 UT.                                 satellite sensor calibration   based Inter-Calibration
                                     for the Global Climate         System.
                                     Observing System.
Space Florida, Kennedy Space        Launch Complexes 36 and 46...  For upgrades to launch                  1,100
 Center, FL.                                                        facilities to support
                                                                    commercial activities.
Space Florida, Kennedy Space        Thermal Vacuum Chamber.......  For a Thermal Vacuum Chamber              400
 Center, FL.                                                        [TVAC].
St. Louis Community College, St.    St. Louis Community College    To equip classroom and                    600
 Louis, MO.                          BioBench and Training          laboratory space at the new
                                     Facility.                      Danforth Center North Eight
                                                                    facility.
Teach for America, New York, NY...  Teach for America STEM         To engage teachers in                   3,000
                                     Activities.                    science, technology,
                                                                    engineering and mathematics.
Technological Research And          Space Alliance Technology      To provide technical                      100
 Development Authority, Melbourne,   Outreach Program.              assistance and expertise to
 FL.                                                                small businesses.
Texas A&M University, College       Advanced Robotics for Lunar    To develop new robotic                    750
 Station, TX.                        and Martian Exploration.       technologies.
The University of Alabama in        Virtual Environment            For the capability to                     500
 Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.         Simulation Laboratory.         virtually examine rocket
                                                                    engines, spacecraft
                                                                    manufacturing and
                                                                    maintenance processes, and
                                                                    examine potential lunar
                                                                    landing sites.
The University of Alabama,          Diagnostic sensing for         For sensor development for                500
 Tuscaloosa, AL.                     predictive maintenance of      material durability issues
                                     aerospace vehicles.            in aerospace vehicles.
Towson University, Coppin State     Baltimore Excellence in        To engage teachers in                   1,000
 University and University of        Science Teaching [BEST]        science, technology,
 Maryland Biotechnology Institute,   Partnership.                   engineering and mathematics.
 Towson and Baltimore, MD.
University of Louisville,           Diagnosing and mitigating      For diagnostic research to              2,000
 Louisville, KY.                     human exposure to radiation.   detect and alleviate human
                                                                    radiation exposure in space.
University of Mississippi,          National Center for Remote     To support the National                 2,000
 University, MS.                     Sensing, Air, and Space Law.   Center for Air and Space Law
                                                                    as a resource for federal
                                                                    agencies.
University of Nebraska Medical      Supporting Surgical Options    To design and test robotics             2,700
 Center, Omaha, NE.                  in Space.                      to support surgery during
                                                                    space missions.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas,    Gravity Insensitive Solid-Gas  For the production and                    750
 Las Vegas, NV.                      Sorption Climate Control       testing of a climate system
                                     System- tem.                   for lunar orbit.
University of New Orleans, New      UNO, National Center for       For research, testing and                 250
 Orleans, LA.                        Advance Manufacturing.         deployment of existing
                                                                    manufacturing processes for
                                                                    improving quality and
                                                                    efficiency.
University of North Dakota, Grand   Upper Midwest Aerospace        To make data received from              3,000
 Forks, ND.                          Consortium.                    NASA satellite images easily
                                                                    accessible to the public.
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar  National Institute for Early   For high quality science,                 700
 Falls, IA.                          Math and Science Education.    technology, engineering and
                                                                    mathematics [STEM] teaching
                                                                    at the K-12 levels.
University of South Alabama,        Center for Advanced Materials  For research and education                500
 Mobile, AL.                         Engineering.                   devoted to advanced
                                                                    materials applications.
University of Southern              National Formulation Science   To create a high output                 1,000
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Laboratory.                    experiments cluster to bring
                                                                    products to market.
University of Southern              Technology Industry            To promote transfer of NASA-              750
 Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.       Partnership for                owned advanced technologies
                                     transitioning space            to private sector
                                     technologies into the          applications.
                                     commercial sector.
University of Vermont, Burlington,  Complex Systems and Advanced   For an advanced computing                 500
 VT.                                 Computing Center.              center.
Wheeling Jesuit University,         HEALTHeWV....................  For continued efforts in                5,000
 Wheeling, WV.                                                      adapting an electronic
                                                                    medical records system
                                                                    developed by the U.S.
                                                                    military for use in
                                                                    underserved rural areas.
Wheelock College, Boston, MA......  Math and Science Learning      To improve math and science               800
                                     Community.                     training for preschool to
                                                                    6th grade teachers.
Xavier University, New Orleans, LA  STEM Summer Program..........  To recruit and retain                 400,000
                                                                    qualified minority high
                                                                    school students through
                                                                    enriched educational
                                                                    programs.
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                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2009....................................  \1\$35,600,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      36,400,000
House allowance.........................................      35,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      36,400,000

\1\Includes $2,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $36,400,000 for the 
Office of Inspector General [IG]. The Office is responsible for 
promoting efficiency and preventing and detecting crime, fraud, 
waste, and mismanagement.

                       ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS

    The Committee includes bill language regarding the 
availability of funds for environmental compliance, restoration 
activities, construction of facilities, and certain prizes. The 
Committee also includes bill language regarding: transfers of 
funds between accounts, reductions in forces, the availability 
of expired funds, and funding designations.

                      National Science Foundation

Appropriations, 2009...................................\1\$9,492,400,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   7,045,000,000
House allowance.........................................   6,936,510,000
Committee recommendation................................   6,916,760,000

\1\Includes $3,002,000,000 in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 
of 2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $6,916,760,000 for 
the National Science Foundation [NSF]. The recommendation is 
$426,360,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted level not 
including supplemental funding and $128,240,000 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 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, 2009...................................\1\$7,683,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................   5,665,240,000
House allowance.........................................   5,642,110,000
Committee recommendation................................   5,618,000,000

\1\Includes $2,500,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee's recommendation provides $5,618,000,000. The 
recommendation is $434,900,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level not including supplemental funding and 
$115,240,000 below the budget request.
    The Research and Related Activities appropriation addresses 
the Foundation's three strategic goals: people--developing a 
diverse, internationally competitive and globally engaged 
workforce of scientists, engineers, and well-prepared citizens; 
ideas--enabling discovery across the frontiers of science and 
engineering, connected to learning, innovation, and service to 
society; and tools--providing broadly accessible, state-of-the-
art science and engineering facilities and shared research and 
education tools. 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; 
U.S. Polar Research Programs; U.S. Antarctica Logistical 
Support Activities; and Integrative Activities.
    The Committee's fiscal year 2010 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 the four major cross-foundation investments of 
Cyber-enabled Discovery and Innovation, Science and Engineering 
Beyond Moore's Law, Adaptive Systems Technology, and Dynamics 
of Water Processes in the Environment. 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 
joint explanatory statement accompanying the Department of 
Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2009 (Public Law 110-
329). For fiscal year 2011, the Committee expects the operating 
and maintenance budget authority and 400 FTP/FTE to be included 
in the Coast Guard's request. The two agencies shall update the 
existing Memorandum of Agreement to reflect this change in 
budget authority.
    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 in the fiscal 
year 2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act and in the American 
Recovery and Reinvestment Act 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.
    National Radio Astronomy Observatory.--The Committee 
recommendation provides the full budget request of $67,090,000. 
This level of funding will provide adequate funding for 
operations of the Green Bank Observatory with its now 
operational radio telescope, science center, and associated 
student facilities.
    Severe Storm Research.--The Committee recognizes the 
collaborative efforts between NSF and NOAA to study tornadoes 
with the research project VORTEX2. This project is scheduled to 
continue through June 2010. At this time the study only focuses 
on storms that occur in the Midwestern United States. However, 
NOAA data shows that more damage is caused by severe weather in 
the Southeastern portion of the United States than any other 
region of the country. The Committee directs NSF to take into 
account this information and to incorporate tornado activity in 
the Southeastern United States as part of the collaboration 
with NOAA on this research.

          MAJOR RESEARCH EQUIPMENT AND FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$552,010,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     117,290,000
House allowance.........................................     114,290,000
Committee recommendation................................     122,290,000

\1\Includes $400,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $122,290,000. The 
recommendation is $29,720,000 below the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level not including supplemental funding and $5,000,000 
above 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 recommendation includes funding at the 
requested level for the following five ongoing projects: the 
Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory 
[AdvLIGO]; the Atacama Large Millimeter Array [ALMA]; the 
IceCube Neutrino Observatory; the Ocean Observing Initiatives; 
and the Advanced Technology Solar Telescope [ATST], for which 
the Committee provides an additional $5,000,000 for this 
project.

                     EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES

Appropriations, 2009.................................... \1\$945,260,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     857,760,000
House allowance.........................................     862,900,000
Committee recommendation................................     857,760,000

\1\Includes $1,000,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 
2009 (Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $857,760,000. The 
recommendation is $12,500,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level not including emergency funding 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 ``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.
    Informal Science Education.--The Committee maintains its 
strong support for NSF's informal science education program. A 
recent 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, 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 ``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 
competition. Within 60 days of enactment of this act, the 
National Science Foundation is directed to provide a report and 
spend plan to the Appropriations Committees, 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 2011 budget and beyond.

                 AGENCY OPERATIONS AND AWARD MANAGEMENT

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $294,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     318,370,000
House allowance.........................................     299,870,000
Committee recommendation................................     300,370,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $300,370,000. The 
recommendation is $6,370,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and $18,000,000 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.
    Workforce Management.--The Committee is deeply concerned 
with systemic workforce management problems propagated from 
senior management creating a hostile work environment between 
Federal employees, rotational directors and the SES-level 
directorate. The Committee, working with NSF's Office of the 
Inspector General [OIG], has noticed a trend in poor management 
oversight and neglected best-practice measures with regard to 
personnel management. The lack of action taken by NSF to 
address these ongoing problems is unacceptable, and raises 
serious questions about NSF's Human Resource office. 
Compounding the issue is the rotational director model, which 
although brings fresh scientific insight and perspective to the 
agency, creates gaps in management oversight. Program 
directors, designated and authorized as supervisors, shall not 
neglect their management responsibilities for the employees who 
work under them. Furthermore, the Committee is concerned with 
NSF's enforcement of policies prohibiting gender 
discrimination, offensive work environments, and retaliation. 
The cases that OIG referenced in its Management Implication 
Report [MIR], dated July 14, 2008, and in its most recent 
semiannual report to Congress demonstrate that NSF's current 
policies and practices fail to deter the possible creation of a 
hostile workplace environment. The OIG also noted that the 
employees in general were not aware of how to contact NSF's 
Office of Equal Opportunity Programs [OEOP], a reporting outlet 
for NSF employees who witnessed inappropriate behavior. 
Although NSF is an autonomous agency with the privilege of more 
self-governances not afforded to other programs, it is not 
independent from the Federal Government and is not exempt from 
its laws ensuring that it provides a safe and productive work 
environment for all of its employees. Within 60 days of 
enactment of this act, NSF is directed to provide the Committee 
with a report detailing the operations of its Office of Equal 
Opportunity Programs, its Human Resource Division and its 
Sexual Harassment program, complete with a reformed plan for 
how to improve employee relations. In addition, the OIG shall 
also provide a report assessing NSF's rotating director model 
with regard to reforming supervisory expectations and 
responsibilities complete with a training and indoctrination 
plan.
    Grant Management.--The Committee notes that NSF needs to 
improve its grant management activities with respect to 
selecting awards in an objective manner and to help ensure 
accountability of funds. The agency needs to refine its grant 
management model and create measurable goals and metrics. 
Therefore, the Committee directs NSF to develop within 90 days 
of enactment of this act an accountability program that manages 
grants from before an award is made, through the award 
performance, and after the award is closed. This program should 
focus on: (1) financial accomplishments, (2) research 
performance, and (3) nonfinancial compliance issues. Such 
metrics shall include: percentage of large dollar awards that 
receive a pre-award financial risk; percentage of pre-award 
financial reviews for new awardee institutions; percentage of 
financial closeout reviews conducted; percentage of large 
dollar awards that have measurable goals and metrics; 
percentage of large dollar awards that received a programmatic 
site visit during active award period; number of 
recommendations made in programmatic reviews that receive 
follow-up; number of NSF proposals and awards that require 
Institutional Review Board or other required reviews and 
identify the percentage of such awards that contain evidence 
that such reviews were conducted; number of awardees that 
inform NSF of conflict of interest issues and the number of 
program officers and panelists that disclose conflict of 
interest. The Committee recognizes that this type of 
performance tracking is, for the most part, not currently being 
accomplished at NSF, so the agency will need to begin tracking 
information and establish a baseline in order to develop 
appropriate targets.

                  OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL SCIENCE BOARD

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $4,030,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       4,340,000
House allowance.........................................       4,340,000
Committee recommendation................................       4,340,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $4,340,000. The 
recommendation is $310,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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. The Committee is pleased that the Board recently 
adopted Congress' recommendation to employ their own 
independent general counsel and is therefore authorized an 
additional full time equivalent [FTE] position.

                      OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL

Appropriations, 2009....................................  \1\$14,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      14,000,000
House allowance.........................................      13,000,000
Committee recommendation................................      14,000,000

\1\Includes $2,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 
(Public Law 111-5) funding.

    The Committee recommendation provides $14,000,000. The 
recommendation is the same as the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and equal to 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.

                                TITLE IV

                            RELATED AGENCIES

                       Commission on Civil Rights

                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $8,800,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       9,400,000
House allowance.........................................       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 $600,000 above the fiscal year 2009 enacted 
level and equal to the budget request.

                Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................    $343,925,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     367,303,000
House allowance.........................................     367,303,000
Committee recommendation................................     367,303,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $367,303,000 for 
the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission [EEOC]. The 
recommendation is $23,378,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and equal to the budget request.
    The Committee remains concerned at the rising backlog in 
charges of employment discrimination at the EEOC. 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 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.

                     International Trade Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................     $75,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      82,700,000
House allowance.........................................      82,700,000
Committee recommendation................................      82,700,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $82,700,000. The 
recommendation is $7,600,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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, 2009....................................    $390,000,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................     435,000,000
House allowance.........................................     440,000,000
Committee recommendation................................     400,000,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $400,000,000 for 
payment to the Legal Services Corporation [LSC]. The 
recommendation is $10,000,000 above the fiscal year 2009 
enacted level and $35,000,000 below the budget request.
    The Committee recommendation provides $374,600,000 for 
basic field programs, to be used for competitively awarded 
grants and contracts, $17,000,000, for management and 
administration, $3,400,000 for client self-help and information 
technology, $4,000,000 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) 
collection of attorney fees; (6) abortion; (7) prisoner 
litigation; (8) welfare reform; (9) representation of charged 
drug dealers during eviction proceedings; and (10) 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.

                        Marine Mammal Commission


                         SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Appropriations, 2009....................................      $3,200,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       3,000,000
House allowance.........................................       3,300,000
Committee recommendation................................       3,250,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $3,250,000. The 
recommendation is $50,000 above the fiscal year 2009 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, 2009....................................     $47,272,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................      48,326,000
House allowance.........................................      48,326,000
Committee recommendation................................      48,326,000

    The Committee recommendation provides $48,326,000 for the 
Office of the United States Trade Representative [USTR]. The 
recommendation is $1,054,000 above the fiscal year 2009 level 
and equal to 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.
    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, 2009....................................      $4,100,000
Budget estimate, 2010...................................       5,131,000
House allowance.........................................       5,131,000
Committee recommendation................................       5,000,000

    The Committee's recommendation provides $5,000,000 for the 
State Justice Institute. The recommendation is $900,000 above 
the fiscal year 2009 enacted level and $131,000 below 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

    The Committee recommends the following general provisions 
for the departments, agencies and commissions funded in the 
accompanying bill. All of these provisions have been included 
in previous acts.
    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. This language is continued to 
ensure a stable source of funds will remain available for the 
program, despite inconsistent levels of criminal fines 
deposited annually into the 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 
2009 until the enactment of the Intelligence Authorization Act 
for Fiscal Year 2009.
    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 prohibits the use of funds to purchase first 
class or premium airline travel in contravention of current 
regulations.
    Section 530 prohibits the use of funds to send or otherwise 
pay for the attendance of more than 50 employees from a Federal 
department or agency at any single conference occurring outside 
the United States.

                             (RESCISSIONS)

    Section 531 specifies rescissions of prior appropriations.
    Section 532 lifts certain restrictions on private and State 
funding to LSC grantees.

  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 2010, either in whole or in part, and therefore fall under 
this rule:

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                                                           Last year of
                     Agency/program                       authorization
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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
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:
    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]...........  ...............
    Training for Judicial Personnel....................             2005
    Research on Violence Against Indian Women..........             2008
    Grants for Televised Testimony.....................             2005
Office of Justice Programs:
    Salaries and Expenses..............................  ...............
    National Institute of Justice......................             1995
    Bureau of Justice Assistance.......................             1995
    Regional Information Sharing System................             2003
    Victim Notification System.........................             2009
    State and Local Anti Terrorism Training............             2009
    Pegasus Information Sharing System.................  ...............
    State Criminal Justice Reform/Recidivism Reduction.  ...............
    Assistance to Local Governments [NIJ]..............  ...............
    Byrne Discretionary Grants.........................  ...............
    Byrne Competitive Grants...........................  ...............
    Tribal Detention Facilities........................             2000
    Tribal Courts......................................             2004
    Alcohol and Substance Abuse Programs...............  ...............
    Residential Substance Abuse Treatment..............             2000
    Drug Courts........................................             2008
    Paul Coverdell Forensic Science....................             2009
    Capital Litigation Improvement Grants..............             2009
    Missing Alzheimer's Program........................             1999
    Violent Gang and Gun Crime Reduction...............  ...............
    Criminal Records Upgrades..........................             2007
    Part B--State Formula..............................             2007
    Part E--Demonstration Grants.......................             2007
    Youth Mentoring....................................  ...............
    Title V--Local Delinquency Prevention Incentive                 2008
     Grants............................................
    VOCA--Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse.             2005
    Juvenile Accountability Block Grant................             2009
    Community Based Violence Prevention Initiative.....  ...............
    Safe Start.........................................             2007
Office of Community Oriented Policing Services:
    Community Policing.................................             2009
    Post Conviction DNA Testing Grants.................             2009
    Secure Our Schools.................................             2009
    Sex Offender Management............................             2009
        Sex Offender Management........................             2009
        National Sex Offender Public Registry..........             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 June 25, 2009, 
theCommittee ordered reported en bloc H.R. 2847, making 
appropriations for the Departments of Commerce and Justice, and 
Science, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 2010, and for other purposes, with an amendment 
in the nature of a substitute, and an original bill making 
appropriations for Department of the Interior, environment, and 
related agencies for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2009, 
with each subject to amendment and consistent with the budget 
allocations, and authorized the chairman of the committee or 
the chairman of the subcommittee to offer the text of the 
Senate-reported bill as a committee amendment in the nature of 
a substitute to the House companion measure, by a recorded vote 
of 30-0, a quorum being present. The vote was as follows:
        Yeas                          Nays
Chairman Inouye
Mr. Byrd
Mr. Leahy
Mr. Harkin
Ms. Mikulski
Mr. Kohl
Mrs. Murray
Mr. Dorgan
Mrs. Feinstein
Mr. Durbin
Mr. Johnson
Ms. Landrieu
Mr. Reed
Mr. Lautenberg
Mr. Nelson
Mr. Pryor
Mr. Tester
Mr. Specter
Mr. Cochran
Mr. Bond
Mr. McConnell
Mr. Shelby
Mr. Gregg
Mr. Bennett
Mrs. Hutchison
Mr. Brownback
Mr. Alexander
Ms. Collins
Mr. Voinovich
Ms. Murkowski

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

    Paragraph 12 of 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 5--GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION AND EMPLOYEES


                          PART III--EMPLOYEES

                     SUBPART D--PAY AND ALLOWANCES

          Chapter 57--Travel, Transportation, and Subsistence

   Subchapter I--Travel and Subsistence Expenses: Mileage Allowances
Sec.
5701. Definitions.
     * * * * * * *
                Subchapter IV--Miscellaneous Provisions
5751. Travel expenses of witnesses.
     * * * * * * *
5760. Travel and transportation allowances: transportation of family 
          members incident to the repatriation of employees held 
          captive.
5761. Foreign language proficiency pay awards for the Federal Bureau of 
          Investigation.

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


                Subchapter IV--Miscellaneous Provisions


Sec. 5759. Retention and relocation bonuses for the Federal Bureau of 
                    Investigation

    (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(e) Termination of Authority.--The authority to grant 
bonuses under this section shall cease to be available after 
December 31, 2009.]

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


Sec. 5761. Foreign language proficiency pay awards for the Federal 
                    Bureau of Investigation

    The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation may, 
under regulations prescribed by the Director, pay a cash award 
of up to 10 percent of basic pay to any Bureau employee who 
maintains proficiency in a language or languages critical to 
the mission or who uses one or more foreign languages in the 
performance of official duties.
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DEPARTMENTS OF COMMERCE, JUSTICE, AND STATE, THE JUDICIARY, AND RELATED 
          AGENCIES APPROPRIATION ACT, 1996, PUBLIC LAW 104-134


                       TITLE V--RELATED AGENCIES


                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


                       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)] * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(e)] (d) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    [(f)] (e) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

                                ------                                


      EMERGENCY STEEL LOAN GUARANTEE ACT, 1999, PUBLIC LAW 106-51


                               CHAPTER 1

    Sec. 101. Emergency Steel Loan Guarantee Program. (a) * * *

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *

    (k) Termination of Guarantee Authority.--The authority of 
the Board to make commitments to guarantee any loan under this 
section shall terminate on December 31, [2009] 2011.
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                        BUDGETARY IMPACT OF BILL


  PREPARED IN CONSULTATION WITH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE PURSUANT TO SEC. 308(a), PUBLIC LAW 93-344, AS
                                                     AMENDED
                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  Budget authority               Outlays
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                               Committee    Amount of    Committee    Amount of
                                                               allocation      bill      allocation      bill
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Comparison of amounts in the bill with Committee allocations
 to its subcommittees of amounts in the Budget Resolution
 for 2010: Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and
 Related Agencies:
    Mandatory...............................................          222          222          257       \1\257
    Discretionary...........................................       64,800       64,926       71,101    \1\71,205
Projection of outlays associated with the recommendation:
    2010....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........    \2\44,417
    2011....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........       15,105
    2012....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        4,228
    2013....................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        2,613
    2014 and future years...................................  ...........  ...........  ...........        1,193
Financial assistance to State and local governments for                NA          944           NA          193
 2010.......................................................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\Includes outlays from prior-year budget authority.
\2\Excludes outlays from prior-year budget authority.

NA: Not applicable.

NOTE.--Consistent with the funding recommended in the bill for ``overseas deployments and other activities'' and
  in accordance with section 401(c)(4) of Senate Concurrent Resolution 13 (111th Congress), the Committee
  anticipates that the Budget Committee will file a revised section 302(a) allocation for the Committee on
  Appropriations reflecting an upward adjustment of $126,000,000 in budget authority plus associated outlays.

         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............................  Midwest China Hub Commission, St. Louis, MO.............  Midwest China Hub Commission...........................      $500,000  Bond
DOC.................................  ITA............................  Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, PA...............  Textile Research and Development.......................      $500,000  Specter; Casey
DOC.................................  ITA............................  University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE.............  International Trade Scholars Program...................      $500,000  Nelson, Ben
DOC.................................  MBDA...........................  Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Choctaw, MS.........  Choctaw Native American Business Enterprise Center.....      $200,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  Expansion of the Research, Technology and Economic         $6,000,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Development Park.
DOC.................................  NIST--Construction.............  North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND................  Advanced Nanomaterials Research Facility...............    $5,000,000  Dorgan; Conrad
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...  The Mississippi Biotechnology Research Park............    $6,000,000  Cochran
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia, VA........  Center for Infrastructure Protection [CIP].............      $550,000  Webb; Warner
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  LSU A&M, Baton Rouge, LA................................  Center for Digital Innovation..........................    $1,000,000  Landrieu
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University at Albany [SUNY], College of Nanoscale         A Collaboration with NIST for the Development and            $500,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
                                                                        Science and Engineering, [CNSE], Albany, NY.              Deployment of New Nanoscale Measurement Strategies.
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Hawaii, Maui, HI..........................  Hawaii Open Supercomputing Center......................    $5,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY...................  University of Kentucky Firefighter Gear Safety Research      $200,000  McConnell
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD..  Maryland Center of Excellence for Terahertz Science and    $2,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Application.
DOC.................................  NIST--STRS.....................  University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI................  Rhode Island Consortium for Nanoscience and                $1,250,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                                                                  Nanotechnology.
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL...................  Cooperative Institute and Research Center for Southeast   $15,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Weather and Hydrology.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, MA...................  Climate Change and Air Pollutant Impacts to New              $350,000  Gregg; Shaheen
                                                                                                                                  England's Rare Alpine Zone.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Grasonville, MD....  Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center....................      $250,000  Mikulski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Commercial Fisheries Research Foundation, Saunderstown,   Cooperative Research and Technical Assistance..........      $600,000  Reed
                                                                        RI.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,        Gulf of Mexico Recreational Fishery Electronic Logbook        $50,000  Nelson, Bill
                                                                        Tallahassee, FL.                                          Pilot.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Florida International University, Miami, FL.............  Observing, Modeling, and Visualizing Storm Surge             $100,000  Nelson, Bill; Martinez
                                                                                                                                  Inundation.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL...............  Center for the Study of Vapor Mercury in the Atmos-          $500,000  Nelson, Bill; Martinez
                                                                                                                                  phere.
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  Great Bay Resource Protection Partnership, Portsmouth,    Great Bay Land Acquisition.............................    $3,000,000  Gregg; Shaheen
                                                                        NH.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Hawaii Community Foundation, Honolulu, HI...............  Hawaii's Living Seascape Improvement...................    $1,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Institute for Marine Mammal Studies, Gulfport, MS.......  Center for Marine Education and Research-Ocean Expo--      $1,000,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Learning Center.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Jackson State University, Jackson, MS...................  Regional Ensembling System for Atmospheric Dispersion      $1,000,000  Cochran; Wicker
                                                                                                                                  Forecasting.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Herring Monitoring Research............................      $300,000  Collins; Snowe
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Continuation of Protected Species Bycatch Reduction          $550,000  Collins; Snowe
                                                                                                                                  Maine Groundline Exchange Program.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Maine Department of Marine Resources, Augusta, ME.......  Groundfish Industry Emergency Economic Assistance......    $1,000,000  Collins; Snowe
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Massachusetts Marine Fisheries Institute, New Bedford,    Scallop Fishery Assessment [MFI].......................    $1,000,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                        MA.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  NOAA Northern Gulf Institute...........................    $3,200,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  New England Aquarium, Boston, MA........................  Consortium for Wildlife Bycatch Reduction..............    $1,250,000  Kennedy; Kerry; Collins
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NH Fish & Wildlife, Concord, NH.........................  NH Commercial Fishermen Sustainability Initiative......      $825,000  Gregg; Shaheen
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Annapolis, MD...............  Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy System................      $500,000  Mikulski; Cardin; Carper;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Kaufman
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Office of Education, Honolulu and Statewide, HI....  Marine Education Program...............................    $1,750,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Southeast Science Center, Miami, FL................  Turtle Observer Funding/Gulf of Mexico Grouper Fishery.      $250,000  Nelson, Bill
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office, Annapolis, MD...............  Chesapeake Bay Oyster Restoration......................    $3,000,000  Mikulski; Cardin; Webb; Warner
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI............................  Western Pacific Integrated Ecosystem Assessments.......      $500,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI............................  Magnuson-Stevens: Marine Education and Training........    $1,000,000  Inouye; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI............................  Hawaii Seafood Safety and Sustainability...............    $1,500,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Fisheries, Honolulu, HI............................  Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission           $3,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  [WCPFC] Big Eye Tuna Quotas.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  NOAA/Satellite, Honolulu, HI............................  Integrated Data and Environmental Applications [IDEA]      $3,000,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  Center.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Northwest Straits Commission, Mount Vernon, WA..........  Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative.......    $1,600,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Oceanic Institute, Waimanalu, HI........................  Hawaii Fisheries Development...........................      $400,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association, Port         Emergency Plan to Save Oyster Production on the West         $500,000  Cantwell
                                                                        Townsend, WA.                                             Coast.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Science [PMAFS],   Partnership for Mid-Atlantic Fisheries Science [PMAFS]--   $1,000,000  Lautenberg; Menendez; Schumer;
                                                                        Mellville, NY.                                            Fish stock improvement initiative.                                     Gillibrand
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH.................  New England Weather Technology and Research Initia-          $250,000  Gregg
                                                                                                                                  tive.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, AL........................  Redstone UAS Development for Weather and Atmospheric         $300,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Research.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI..................  Narragansett Bay Shellfish Restoration.................      $500,000  Reed
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Save the Bay, Providence, RI............................  Marine Education Program...............................    $1,000,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  School for Marine Science and Technology [SMAST], New     New England Multi-Species Surveys and Development......    $3,000,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                        Bedford, MA.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Society for the Preservation of New Hampshire Forests     Merrimack River Fish Habitat Conservation..............      $300,000  Gregg; Shaheen
                                                                        [SPNHF], Concord, NH.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  State of Alaska, Coastal Alaska, AK.....................  Seal and Steller Sea Lion Biological Research..........      $300,000  Murkowski; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  State of Alaska, Statewide, AK..........................  Bering Sea Crab Management and Research................      $300,000  Murkowski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  State of Alaska, Yukon River, AK........................  U.S./Canada Yukon River Salmon Agreement Studies.......      $500,000  Murkowski; Begich
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Susquehanna River Basin Commission, Harrisburg, PA......  Susquehanna Flood Forecast and Warning System..........    $2,400,000  Mikulski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  Texas A&M University--Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, TX  Texas Height Modernization.............................      $300,000  Hutchison
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  The Nature Conservancy, Middletown, CT..................  Long Island Sound Habitat Research Initiative..........      $100,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOC.................................  NOAA--PAC......................  Thunder Bay, Alpena, MI.................................  Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary--Phase II........    $1,000,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Statewide, AK..........  Extended Continental Shelf Mapping.....................      $300,000  Murkowski
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii and University of Mississippi,       Remote Infrasonic Monitoring of Natural Hazards........    $2,000,000  Inouye; Cochran; Akaka
                                                                        Honolulu, HI.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI......................  Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative [HCRI]....................    $1,000,000  Inouye
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI......................  Joint Institute of Marine and Atmospheric Research         $1,250,000  Inouye
                                                                                                                                  [JIMAR] Pelagic Fisheries Research Program [PFRP].
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI......................  International Pacific Research Center..................    $1,500,000  Inouye; Akaka
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, HI...................  Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology [HIMB] Coral Re-        $2,250,000  Inouye; Akaka
                                                                                                                                  search.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Maryland Baltimore County [UMBC];           Integrating Climate Change into the Restoration of the     $3,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                        University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science   Chesapeake Bay and Watershed.
                                                                        [UMCES], Solomons, Baltimore, MD.
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Miami, Miami, FL..........................  Joint Center for Hurricane Research....................      $500,000  Martinez
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.    $3,700,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.................  AIRMAP at UNH..........................................      $500,000  Gregg
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA..............  UNO, Pontchartrain Basin Restoration...................      $250,000  Landrieu; Vitter
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Marine Aquaculture Lab Operations......................    $3,200,000  Cochran; Wicker
DOC.................................  NOAA--ORF......................  University of Tennessee Space Institute, Tullahoma, TN..  UTSI Atmospheric Science Research......................      $500,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Cape Girardeau Co. Sheriff's Office, Cape Girardeau,  MO  Missouri Sheriff's Meth-Amphetamine Relief Team            $1,500,000  Bond
                                                                                                                                  [MOSMART].
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Clackamas County, Oregon City, OR.......................  Clackamas County Interagency Methamphetamine Initiative      $100,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Colorado Meth Project, State-wide, CO...................  Colorado Meth Project..................................      $250,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  County of Butte, City of Oroville, CA...................  Drug Endangered Children Program.......................      $400,000  Feinstein
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  County of Jefferson County, Golden, CO..................  Methamphetamine Response Collaborative.................      $200,000  Udall, M
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  County of Solano, Fairfield, CA.........................  County of Solano Methamphetamine Initiative............      $100,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Arkansas Methamphetamine Education and Training Program      $400,000   Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Heartland Family Service, Inc., Council Bluffs, IA......  Residential Methamphetamine Treatment in Southwestern        $400,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Iowa Program.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Heartland Family Service, Omaha, NE.....................  Methamphetamine and Drug Treatment Program for Women...      $500,000  Nelson, Ben
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Jefferson County, Colorado, Jefferson County, CO........  Methamphetamine Response Collaborative.................      $100,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Marion County, Salem, OR................................  Kid's First Initiative--Phase 2........................      $740,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Minot State University, Minot, ND.......................  Rural Methamphetamine Education Project................      $500,000  Conrad; Dorgan
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Pierce County Alliance, Tacoma, WA......................  National Methamphetamine Training and Technical            $1,300,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Assistance Center.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA.......................  Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative............      $900,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  State of Iowa, Office of Drug Control Policy, Des         Drug Endangered Children [DEC].........................      $150,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                        Moines, IA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  State of Iowa, Office of Drug Control Policy, Des         Drug Intercept Squads [DIS]............................      $500,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                        Moines, IA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Nashville, TN........  Tennessee Meth Task Force..............................      $500,000  Alexander
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  The Georgia Meth Project, Atlanta, GA...................  The Georgia Meth Project...............................      $250,000  Chambliss; Isakson
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Torrance County Sheriff Department, Estancia, NM........  Methamphetamine Enforcement............................      $400,000  Bingaman; Udall, T
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Uintah County, Uintah County, UT........................  Uintah Basin Methamphetamine Project...................      $500,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  Virginia State Police, Wytheville, Virginia, VA.........  Southwest Virginia Drug Task Force Assistance..........      $350,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  COPS Meth......................  White Earth Tribal Nation, White Earth, MN..............  COPS Law Enforcement and Meth Education Project........      $100,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Alpine County Sheriff's Office, City of Markleeville, CA  Alpine-Calaveras Regional Interoperable and Tactical         $400,000  Feinstein
                                                                                                                                  Communications Microwave Project.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Baltimore County Executive Office, Towson, MD...........  Baltimore County 9-1-1 Center Communications and           $1,500,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                                                                                  Equipment Upgrades.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Beltrami County, Bemidji, MN............................  Mobile Data/Computer Aided Dispatch....................      $240,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Bismarck Police Department, Bismarck, ND................  City of Bismarck and Burleigh County First Responder         $250,000  Dorgan; Conrad
                                                                                                                                  Upgrade.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Boone County Sheriff's Department, Burlington, Boone      Boone County Sheriff's Department equipment............      $340,000  McConnell
                                                                        County, KY.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office, LA.....................  Bossier Parish Public Safety Interoperable                   $200,000  Vitter
                                                                                                                                  Communications.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Bucks County, Doylestown, PA............................  Public Safety Initiative...............................      $300,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Burrillville Police Department, Burrilville, RI.........  Emergency Operations Center Technology.................      $100,000  Reed
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Butler County, Kansas, El Dorado, KS....................  Butler County Radio System Project.....................      $500,000  Brownback
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Calhoun County Commission, Calhoun County, AL...........  Northeast Alabama Regional Mobile Data System..........      $500,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Calloway County Sheriff's Department, Murray, Calloway    Calloway County Sheriff's Department equipment.........      $100,000  McConnell
                                                                        County, KY.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Camden City Municipal Government, Camden, NJ............  Camden Police Department Mobile Communications Center..      $200,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cedar Rapids Joint Communications Agency, Cedar Rapids,   Police Safety Equipment and Communications.............      $300,000  Grassley
                                                                        IA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Center for Technology Commercialization Inc.,             Massachusetts Law Enforcement Technology and Training        $500,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                        Westborough, MA.                                          Support Center.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Centre County, Bellefonte, PA...........................  Emergency Communications Systems.......................      $500,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Chautauqua County, Mayville, NY.........................  Broadband Fiber Initiative.............................      $100,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Beech Grove, Beech Grove, IN....................  Beech Grove Police Department Public Safety                  $100,000  Lugar
                                                                                                                                  Communications Equipment.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Bogalusa, Bogalusa, LA..........................  Equipment for Police Dept..............................      $100,000  Landrieu; Vitter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY............................  City of Buffalo Automated Traffic and Crime Reporting        $300,000  Schumer
                                                                                                                                  System [TraCS].
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Commerce City, Commerce City, CO................  Interoperable Communications...........................      $100,000  Udall, M
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Denver, Denver, CO..............................  COPLINK................................................      $500,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Dothan, Dothan, AL..............................  Public Safety Emergency Communications System..........      $500,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Durango, Durango, CO............................  Durango Police Department Interoperability.............      $200,000  Udall, M; Bennet
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Elkhart, Elkhart, IN............................  Elkhart Police Department Equipment Acquisition........      $250,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Fayetteville, Fayetteville, AR..................  Simulcast System for Public Safety Communication.......      $750,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Flint Police Department, Flint, MI..............  Safe Highway Initiative................................      $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Fort Smith, Arkansas Police Department, Fort      River Valley Mobile Data Network.......................      $750,000  Pryor; Lincoln
                                                                        Smith, AR.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Greenville, Greenville, NC......................  Law Enforcement Technology Improvement Project.........      $250,000  Burr
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hagerstown, Hagerstown, MD......................  Hagerstown Police Department Technology and Equipment        $900,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                                                                                  Upgrades.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, PA......................  Digital In-Car Video Project...........................      $100,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hartford, Hartford, CT..........................  High Street Public Safety Complex......................    $1,000,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hartselle, Hartselle, AL........................  Wireless Area Network..................................      $250,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Henderson, Nevada, City of Henderson, NV........  Police Technology......................................      $600,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hokah, Hokah, MN................................  Improved Law Enforcement and Emergency Communications..       $60,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Hot Springs Police Department, Hot Springs, AR..  Mobile Data Terminal Acquisition.......................      $300,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Houston, Houston, TX............................  Houston Interoperability Initiative....................      $500,000  Cornyn
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Huntsville, Huntsville, AL......................  City of Huntsville Public Safety Technology Upgrades         $750,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  (Equipment).
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN..................  Broadband Wireless Upgrade to IMPD Fleet...............       $50,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Kalispell, Kalispell, MT........................  Public Safety Building Modernization...................      $250,000  Tester
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Madison, Madison, WI............................  Madison Law Enforcement Technology Upgrades............      $700,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Medford, Medford, OR............................  Jackson County Consolidated 9-1-1 Dispatch Center......      $710,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN....................  Public Safety Technology...............................      $400,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Missoula, Missoula, MT..........................  Missoula Police Headquarters Facility..................      $750,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Modesto, City of Modesto, CA....................  Stanislaus County and City of Modesto, CA, for law           $300,000  Feinstein
                                                                                                                                  enforcement communications equipment.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Montgomery, Montgomery, AL......................  City of Montgomery and Montgomery County Interoperable       $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Upgrades.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Mountain Village, Mountain Village, CO..........  Mountain Village Public Safety Communications Sys-  tem      $500,000  Udall, M
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of New Haven, New Haven, CT........................  Northeast Regional Law Enforcement Firing Range........      $225,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Newark, Newark, NJ..............................  Emergency Operations Center Interoperability Equip-          $500,000  Lautenberg
                                                                                                                                  ment.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Oakland, Oakland, CA............................  Oakland Police Compstat................................    $1,325,000  Feinstein; Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Ottumwa, Iowa, Ottumwa, IA......................  Crime Reduction Through Utilization of Video                 $375,000  Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Surveillance Systems and In Car Computer Systems.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Peekskill, Peekskill, NY........................  The City of Peekskill WIFI System......................      $300,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA......................  Neighborhood Camera Security System....................      $500,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Prattville, Prattville, AL......................  Public Safety Traffic Signal Pre-emption...............      $150,000  Sessions
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Racine, Racine, WI..............................  City of Racine License Plate Recognition Cameras.......      $100,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Raleigh, Raleigh, NC............................  Rapid Fingerprint Identification.......................      $250,000  Hagan
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Rock Island, Rock Island, IL....................  Technology Upgrades....................................      $150,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Torrington, Torrington, CT......................  Northwest Regional Public Safety Communications........      $850,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Trenton, Trenton, NJ............................  Gun Detection Technology System........................      $300,000  Lautenberg
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Union City, Union City, NJ......................  Union City Technology Project..........................      $300,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Westland, Westland, MI..........................  Westland Public Safety Improvements....................      $200,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  City of Winston Salem, Winston-Salem, NC................  City of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Joint Firearms    $1,000,000  Hagan
                                                                                                                                  Training Facility.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Clarion County, Clarion, PA.............................  Interoperability Communications Initiative.............      $400,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cleveland Department of Public Safety, Cleveland, OH....  800 MHz APCO Project 25 Digital Trunked Radio Sys-  tem      $300,000  Voinovich; Brown
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cobb County, Cobb County, GA............................  Cobb County Regional Interoperable Communications            $300,000  Chambliss
                                                                                                                                  Network for Public Safety First Responders.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Coosa County Commission, Coosa County, AL...............  Computer Aided Dispatch................................      $150,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Bergen, Hackensack, NJ........................  County-Wide Public Safety Radio Communication Sys-  tem      $900,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Camden, Camden, NJ............................  County-Wide Interoperability System....................      $500,000  Menendez
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Fresno, City of Fresno, CA....................  Regional Data Interoperability.........................      $300,000  Feinstein; Boxer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  County of Onondaga, Syracuse, NY........................  Interoperable Emergency Communications.................      $300,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Cullman County Commission, Cullman County, AL...........  Law Enforcement Data Communication Sharing Information.      $750,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware Capitol Police, Dover, DE......................  Carvel State Building Video Surveillance Project.......       $75,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware Capitol Police, Dover, DE......................  New Castle County Courthouse Capitol Police Command          $100,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                                                                  Center and Lobby Surveillance Project.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware State Police, Dover, DE........................  Survival Equipment for Delaware State Police...........      $125,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Delaware State Police, Dover, DE........................  In-Car Camera System for Delaware State Police Patrol      $1,500,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                                                                  Cars.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Department of Maryland State Police, Pikesville, MD.....  Maryland State Police First Responder Radio                $1,000,000  Cardin
                                                                                                                                  Interoperability Project.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Downriver Community Conference, Southgate, MI...........  Downriver Mutual Aid System Preparedness IV............      $200,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  East Bay Regional Communications System Joint Powers      East Bay Regional Communications System Authority......      $500,000  Feinstein; Boxer
                                                                        Authority, City of Dublin for Alameda and Contra Costa
                                                                        Counties, CA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Ford County Government, Dodge City, KS..................  Ford County Jail Equipment.............................      $200,000  Roberts
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Fort Belknap Indian Community, Harlem, MT...............  Fort Belknap Corrections Division......................    $1,000,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Grayson County Sheriff's Department, Leitchfield,         Grayson County Sheriff's Department Equipment..........      $160,000  McConnell
                                                                        Grayson County, KY.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Harford County, Bel Air, MD.............................  Harford County Public Safety Communications Technology       $750,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Upgrades.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Hawaii Criminal Justice Data Center, Hilo, HI...........  Hawaii Integrated Justice Information System [HIJIS]...    $2,000,000  Inouye
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Helena Regional Airport, Helena, MT.....................  Rocky Mountain Emergency Service Training Center.......    $1,000,000  Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Hinds County Sheriff's Office, Jackson, MS..............  Critical Justice Systems Repairs and Updates...........      $500,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Illinois State Police, Statewide Program, IL............  Operation Cyber Shield.................................      $400,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Illinois State Police, Statewide Program, IL............  Illinois Statewide Gang Intelligence Database..........      $500,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Ingham County, Mason, MI................................  IP-Based 911 Phone System..............................      $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Itasca County, Grand Rapids, MN.........................  Itasca County 9-1-1 Radio System.......................      $100,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Lake County Commissioners, Painesville, OH..............  Lake County Public Safety Radio System.................      $300,000  Voinovich
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Las Vegas, NV.  Justice Information Sharing Program....................    $1,000,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Lehigh County, Allentown, PA............................  Lehigh Valley Regional Crime Center [LVRCC]............      $500,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Luna County Sheriff Department, Columbus, NM............  Project Southern Command...............................      $250,000  Udall, T
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Macomb County Emergency Management & Communications,      Macomb County Centralized Dispatch.....................      $250,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                        Macomb, MI.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Madison County, NY, Wampsville, NY......................  Interoperable Emergency Communications System..........      $200,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Marshall County Sheriff's Office, Benton, KY............  Law Enforcement Equipment Upgrades.....................      $250,000  Bunning
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Marshall University, Huntington, WV.....................  Computer Forensics Initiative..........................      $855,000  Byrd
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Marshall University, Huntington, WV.....................  Forensic Science Center DNA Laboratory.................    $4,575,000  Byrd
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Massachusetts District Attorneys Association [MDAA],      MDAA Forensic Audio/Video Processing and Analysis            $100,000  Kennedy; Kerry
                                                                        Barnstable, Boston, Brockton, Canton, New Bedford,        Systems.
                                                                        Northampton, Pittsfield, Salem, Springfield, Woburn,
                                                                        and Worcester, MA.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee, WI..............  Milwaukee Police Department Technology Solutions.......      $550,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Missoula County, Missoula, MT...........................  Missoula Public Safety Operations and Training Center..      $400,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Monroe Police Department, Monroe, NC....................  Monroe Police Department's Radio Interoperability            $300,000  Hagan
                                                                                                                                  Project.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Montgomery County Department of Police, Rockville, MD...  Counter-Terrorism Intelligence Initiative..............      $200,000  Cardin
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  New York City Housing Authority [NYCHA], New York, NY...  Brownsville Houses and Tilden Houses--CCTV.............      $400,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC............  Center for Forensic Sciences--NCSU.....................      $175,000  Hagan
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  North Las Vegas Police Department, N. Las Vegas, NV.....  Tactical SWAT Vehicle..................................      $200,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Nye County, Pahrump, NV.................................  Pahrump Government Building Security  Improvements.....      $175,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.  Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System.....      $700,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Oklahoma City, OK.  Statewide Public Safety Communications System..........      $900,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oneida County, Rhinelander/Oneida County, WI............  Oneida County Radio System Upgrades....................      $450,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oregon State Police, Salem, OR..........................  Oregon State Police Mobile Data Platform...............      $500,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Oswego County, Oswego, NY...............................  Central New York Interoperable Communications                $200,000  Gillibrand
                                                                                                                                  Consortium.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia, PA........  Gunshot Location System................................      $500,000  Casey
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR................  Technology/Security Infrastructure Upgrade.............      $750,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Prince George's County, Upper Marlboro, MD..............  Analytical Crime Tracking..............................      $200,000  Cardin
DO..................................  COPS Tech......................  Rocky Mount Police Department, Rocky Mount, NC..........  Gun Detection Technology System........................      $350,000  Burr
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Saginaw County Sheriff's Office, Saginaw, MI............  Regional Information Sharing Office....................      $200,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Sandy City, Sandy City, UT..............................  Sandy City Police Department Technology Improvement....      $500,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Somerset County, Skowhegan, ME..........................  Technology Equipment Upgrades..........................      $550,000  Collins; Snowe
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Somerset County, Somerset, PA...........................  Confluence Cellular Communication Tower Project........      $100,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  SouthCom Dispatch, Matteson, IL.........................  SouthCom Technological Upgrades........................      $200,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Southeast Kansas Regional Law Enforcement Group, Oswego,  Southeast Kansas Regional Collaborative Fingerprint and      $500,000  Brownback; Roberts
                                                                        KS.                                                       Palmprint Identification System.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  St. Louis County Sheriff's Office, Duluth, MN...........  Regional Interoperability Mobile Data System Project...      $300,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Stearns County, St Cloud, MN............................  Law Enforcement Center Phase II........................      $200,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Stillwater County Government, Columbus, MT..............  Combined Law Enforcement Crisis Response Team..........      $200,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Todd County Sheriff's Department, Elkton,, KY...........  Todd County Sheriff's Department equipment.............       $50,000  McConnell
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Avon, Avon, CT..................................  Farmington Valley Regional Dispatch Center.............       $75,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Enfield, Enfield, CT............................  Radio Communications Improvement Project...............      $750,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Eureka, Eureka, MT..............................  Eureka Justice Center..................................      $300,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Matthews, Matthews, NC..........................  Matthews Police Department In-Car Camera Project.......      $150,000  Hagan
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Town of Mooresville, Mooresville, NC....................  Mooresville Police Department In-Car Cameras...........      $125,000  Burr; Hagan
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  University of Akron, Akron, OH..........................  High Technology Forensics Laboratory and Resource            $200,000  Voinovich
                                                                                                                                  Center.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little       UAMS Campus Security Enhancement.......................      $250,000  Pryor; Lincoln
                                                                        Rock, AR.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council, Pittsford, VT  Vermont Police Academy Equipment.......................      $200,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Department of State's Attorneys and Sheriffs'     Equipment Support for Sheriffs' Departments............      $100,000  Sanders
                                                                        Association, Montpelier, VT.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Vermont Supreme Court, Court Administrator's Office,      Vermont Judiciary Case Management and Electronic Filing      $500,000  Leahy
                                                                        Montpelier, VT.                                           System.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Victoria County, Texas, Victoria, TX....................  Emergency Communications Equipment.....................      $250,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Village of Oak Lawn, Oak Lawn, IL.......................  Law Enforcement Technology.............................      $100,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Wapello Police Department, Wapello, IA..................  Equipment Upgrades.....................................       $50,000  Grassley
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Washoe County Sheriff's Department, Reno, NV............  Heavy Duty Command Post and Patrol Car Safety Sys-  tem    $1,000,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  West Valley City, West Valley City, UT..................  West Valley City Public Safety Communications Equipment       $50,000  Bennett; Hatch
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Whatcom County, Bellingham, WA..........................  Multi-Jurisdictional Data Integration Project--Whatcom       $200,000  Murray; Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Exchange Network.
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Will County, Joliet, IL.................................  Integrated Criminal Justice Information Initiative.....      $100,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  COPS Tech......................  Wilmington Department of Police, Wilmington, DE.........  Police Weapons Range Improvements......................      $400,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  A Child Is Missing, Ft. Lauderdale, FL..................  A Child Is Missing--Hawaii.............................      $500,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  A Child is Missing, Statewide, AR.......................  A Child is Missing--Arkansas...........................      $200,000  Pryor; Lincoln
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.....................  AL Department of Forensic Science, Montgomery, AL.......  AL Department of Forensic Science......................    $1,400,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama Department of Public Safety, Montgomery, AL.....  ADPS Child Sexual Predator Project.....................      $150,000  Sessions
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama Department of Public Safety, Montgomery, AL.....  Operation Swordphish...................................    $1,000,000  Shelby; Sessions
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama District Attorneys Association, Montgomery,  AL.  Zerometh Drug Prevention Campaign......................    $1,000,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Alabama District Attorney's Association, Montgomery,  AL  Alabama Computer Forensics Laboratories................      $300,000  Sessions
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Annapolis, MD, Annapolis, MD............................  Capital City Safe Streets Program......................      $200,000  Cardin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore, MD.........  Baltimore City Gun Violence Reduction Initiative.......    $1,100,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Boulder City Police Department, Boulder City, NV........  Regional Law Enforcement Training Facility Equipment...      $250,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Office, Lake Charles, LA.....  Regional K-9 Training Facility.........................      $200,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  California State Department of Justice, Bureau of         Gang Suppression Enforcement Teams.....................      $500,000  Feinstein
                                                                        Narcotics Enforcement, City of Sacramento, CA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cathedral City, Cathedral City, CA......................  Coachella Valley Anti-Gang Task Force Project..........      $500,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Catholic Charities, New Orleans Region Family Justice     Family Justice Center New Orleans Expansion of Ser-          $400,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                        Center, New Orleans, LA.                                  vices.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Center for Women Policy Studies, Washington, DC.........  National Institute on State Policy on Trafficking of         $400,000  Cantwell
                                                                                                                                  Women/Girls.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Chabad of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas, NV................  Drug Prevention Outreach Program.......................      $250,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Champlain College, Burlington, VT.......................  Champlain College Center for Digital Investigation.....      $500,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cherokee County Commission, Cherokee County, AL.........  Cherokee County Meth. and Marijuana Reduction Program..      $200,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Eagle Butte, SD.............  Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe--Criminal Justice System....    $1,000,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Chrysalis, Los Angeles, CA..............................  Chrysalis Ex-Offender and Homeless Job Training              $200,000  Boxer
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Baltimore Mayor's Office of Employment            Northwest Baltimore Prisoner Re-entry Program..........      $500,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Development, Baltimore, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Columbus, Department of Public Safety, Columbus,  Police Property Crime Lab..............................      $300,000  Voinovich; Brown
                                                                        OH.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Dayton, Dayton, OH..............................  Community Initiative to Reduce Gun Violence............      $500,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Denton, Texas, Denton, TX.......................  Regional Public Safety Training Facility Equipment.....      $300,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Detroit Police Department, Detroit, MI..........  Eastside Firearm Reduction Initiative..................    $1,000,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of East Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, CA..............  East Palo Alto Violence Prevention Initiative..........      $215,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN......................  Fort Wayne Police Department Palm Print AFIS...........      $300,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Los Angeles, City of Los Angeles, CA............  Gang Reduction Youth Development Zones (GRYD  Zones)...    $1,200,000  Feinstein
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Moultrie, Moultrie, GA..........................  City of Moultrie Police Department.....................      $200,000  Chambliss
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Nacogdoches, Nacogdoches, TX....................  Public Safety Training Initiative......................      $400,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of New Haven, New Haven, CT........................  Anti-Violence Community Outreach and Law Enforcement         $350,000  Dodd
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Newark, Newark, NJ..............................  Returning Offender Initiative..........................      $400,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Omaha, Omaha, NE................................  Family Justice Center of the Midlands..................      $100,000  Nelson, Ben
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA..................  Youth Violence Reduction Partnership [YVRP]............      $500,000  Specter; Casey
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Round Rock, Round Rock, TX......................  Police Department Technical and Tactical Equipment.....      $300,000  Cornyn
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Stockton, Stockton, CA..........................  Operation Peacekeepers Gang Outreach Program...........      $100,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  City of Valdosta, Valdosta, GA..........................  Valdosta/Lowndes County Joint Crime Lab................      $200,000  Chambliss
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC......................  Forensics Lab..........................................      $250,000  Graham
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Cook County, Chicago, IL................................  Mental Health Services for Female Offenders............      $300,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Coos County Sheriff's Office, Coquille, OR..............  South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team [SCINT].........      $600,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Office, City of           Los Angeles Sheriff Anti-Gang Intelligence Data Sharing      $300,000  Feinstein
                                                                        Monterrey Park, County of Los Angeles, CA.                and Analysis Database.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Monterey, City of Salinas and County of         Monterey County Street and Anti-Gang Project (aka: Gang      $500,000  Feinstein; Boxer
                                                                        Monterey, CA.                                             Task Force).
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Muskegon, Muskegon, MI........................  Community Re-entry Program.............................      $150,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of Peoria, Peoria, IL............................  Mental Health Court....................................      $500,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  County of San Diego, San Diego, CA......................  DA Gang and Drug Crime Investigation and Prosecu-  tion      $200,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Covenant House, New York City, NY.......................  Covenant House Stop Child Trafficking Project..........      $200,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Cyber Crimes Investigation Training Initiative.........      $100,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Arkansas School Resource Officer Program...............      $200,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Criminal Justice Institute, Little Rock, AR.............  Rural Law Enforcement Training Initiative..............    $1,000,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Dakota County, Hastings, MN.............................  Regional Police Records Management System for Dakota         $200,000  Klobuchar
                                                                                                                                  County Law Enforcement Agencies.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Day One, Providence, RI.................................  Child Advocacy Services Expansion......................      $250,000  Reed
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  District Attorney's Office, Denver, CO..................  Cold Case DNA Project..................................      $350,000  Mark Udall; Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Dixie State College, St. George, UT.....................  Southwest Regional Criminal Justice Computer Crime         $1,000,000  Bennett
                                                                                                                                  Institute.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Douglas County Juvenile Court, Douglasville, GA.........  Douglas County ZERO TO THREE Court Team for Maltreated        $25,000  Chambliss; Isakson
                                                                                                                                  Infants and Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Eisenhower Foundation, Jackson, MS......................  Eisenhower Foundation National Multiple Solutions Safe       $250,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Haven Replication and Evaluation Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Enough Is Enough, Uintah County, UT.....................  Utah Internet Safety 101: Empowering Parents Program...      $250,000  Bennett
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Episcopal Community Services of Maryland, Baltimore, MD.  Jericho Workforce Development Initiative for Ex-             $500,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Offenders.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Fort Belknap Indian Community, Harlem, MT...............  Tribal Courts Operations and Law Enforcement Activities      $300,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Fulton County, Fulton County, GA........................  Fulton County High Intensity Crime Area Task Force.....      $100,000  Chambliss
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Gallatin County, Bozeman, MT............................  Treatment Court Expansion..............................      $100,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Decatur, GA............  Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Justice Information        $300,000  Isakson
                                                                                                                                  Management Network.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Greater Nashua Mental Health Center, Nashua, NH.........  Court Partnership Project..............................      $325,000  Shaheen
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Greenville County, Greenville, SC.......................  Joint Emergency Medical Services/9-1-1 Dispatch Cen-         $100,000  Graham
                                                                                                                                  ter.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Guardian Angel Community Services, Joliet, IL...........  Transitional Living Program............................      $100,000  Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Hawaii Immigrant Justice Center, Honolulu, HI...........  Human Rights Alliance..................................      $200,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Hope House, Inc., Lee's Summit, MO......................  Hope House Guardian Program............................      $200,000  Bond
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Housing Authority of Plainfield, Plainfield, NJ.........  After School Programs and Gang Prevention Job Training       $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Idaho Department of Corrections, Boise, ID..............  National Consortium of Offender Management System            $150,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  [NCOMS] Sharing Software Development Project.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Idaho State Police, Meridian, ID........................  Idaho State Policy Participation in the Criminal             $300,000  Crapo; Risch
                                                                                                                                  Information Sharing Alliance [CISA] Network.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Independent Development Enterprise Alliance, Portland,    Project Clean Slate....................................      $450,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                        OR.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence,      Nonviolence Streetworkers Program......................      $300,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                        Providence, RI.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa Legal Aid, Des Moines, IA..........................  Health and Law Project.................................      $300,000  Harkin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa State University, Ames, IA.........................  Internet-Scale Event and Attack Generation Environment       $200,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  [ISEAGE].
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Iowa State University, Ames, IA.........................  Forensic Science Testing and Evaluation Laboratory.....    $1,000,000  Harkin; Grassley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Jackson State University, Jackson, MS...................  National Center for Biodefense Communications..........      $750,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Jersey City Housing Authority, Jersey City, NJ..........  Drug Elimination Program...............................      $300,000  Lautenberg
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL...................  Veterans Legal Support Center..........................      $350,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute at Wichita   Kansas Regional Community Policing Institute at Wichita      $500,000  Roberts
                                                                        State University, Wichita, KS.                            State University.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  KidsPeace, Evansville, IN...............................  KidsPeace Evansville Therapeutic Foster Care Program...      $300,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  King County Sheriff's Office, Seattle, WA...............  King County Sheriff's Office School Resource Officers..      $300,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  King County Sheriff's Office, Seattle, WA...............  Gang Intervention Initiative...........................      $400,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Lackawanna County, Scranton, PA.........................  Lackawanna County Treatment Court......................      $100,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Lane County, Eugene, OR.................................  Public Safety Technology Improvements..................      $500,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Laredo Community College, Laredo, TX....................  Terrorist Interdiction Law Enforcement Training Center.      $400,000  Cornyn
DOA.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Louisiana Sheriffs' Association, Baton Rouge, LA........  Louisiana Sheriffs' Association Institute..............      $200,000  Landrieu; Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Utah State University, Logan, UT........................  Prevention Plus........................................      $170,000  Bennett
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Metropolitan Crimes Commission, New Orleans, LA.........  Metropolitan Crimes Commission.........................      $500,000  Vitter
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office, New Brunswick,  NJ  SPEAK UP Hotline Outreach and Public Education.........      $500,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  For law enforcement intelligence software..............    $1,000,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS............  MSU Cyber Crime Initiative and National Consortium for     $1,250,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  Digital Forensics Training.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Monroe County Department of Public Safety, Rochester, NY  Monroe County Regional Crime Laboratory Biology/DNA          $100,000  Schumer; Gillibrand
                                                                                                                                  Module.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montana Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, Helena,  Montana Offender Notification and Tracking System--          $300,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                        MT.                                                       Juvenile Justice System [MONTS--JJS].
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Montana State University: Billings, Billings, MT........  Academic & Workforce Development Program at the Montana      $100,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                                                                                  Women's Prison.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage, AK................  Sexual Assault Response Team/Forensic Nursing..........      $200,000  Begich
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Center for State Courts, Williamsburg, VA......  State Courts Improvement Initiative....................      $500,000  Akaka; Bennett; Chambliss;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Graham; Hatch; Hutchison;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Johnson; Kaufman; Kennedy;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Leahy; Lincoln; Pryor; Sanders;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Warner
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges,     Child Abuse Training Programs for Judicial Personnel         $500,000  Reid; Ensign; Leahy, Hatch;
                                                                        Reno, NV.                                                 and Practitioners under VAWA.                                          Landrieu; Bennett
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National District Attorneys Association, Columbia, SC,    State and Local Prosecutor Training Program at the           $250,000  Alexander; Leahy; Graham; Corker
                                                                        VA.                                                       National Advocacy Center.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  National Judicial College, Reno, NV.....................  Judicial Education and Scholarships for Judges.........      $500,000  Reid; Ensign
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Nebraska Advocacy Services, Scottsbluff, NE.............  Center for Disability Rights, Law & Advocacy...........      $200,000  Nelson, Ben
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, Concord, NH....  NH Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force and Drug             $750,000  Gregg
                                                                                                                                  Interdiction Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Hampshire State Police, Concord, NH.................  Operation Streetsweeper................................      $750,000  Gregg
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Jersey Institute for Technology, Newark, NJ.........  User-Authenticating Personalized Weapon................    $1,000,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Administrative Office of the Courts, Santa     Drug Court Program.....................................      $300,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
                                                                        Fe, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Attorney General, Albuquerque, NM............  Human Trafficking Task Force...........................      $215,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Attorney General, Santa Fe, NM...............  Environmental Crimes Unit Outreach and Training Program      $220,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence,           Hispanic Community Outreach............................      $200,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
                                                                        Albuquerque, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Mexico Corrections Department, Santa Fe, NM.........  Prisoner Re-entry Initiative...........................      $500,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  New Orleans Business Council and New Orleans Crime        Fight Crime and Substance Abuse to Deter Related Crime.      $500,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                        Coalition, New Orleans, LA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Nez Perce Tribe, Lapwai, ID.............................  Children's Justice/Child Protection....................      $100,000  Crapo; Risch
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  North Louisiana Crime Laboratory Commission, Shreveport,  North Louisiana Crime Lab..............................      $400,000  Landrieu; Vitter
                                                                        LA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force, Covington, KY......  Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force Pharmaceutical            $35,000  Bunning
                                                                                                                                  Diversion Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Northern Virginia Gang Task Force, Leesburg, Virginia,    Northern Virginia Gang Task Force......................      $300,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Northwest Virginia Regional Gang Task Force, Berryville,  Northwest Virginia Regional Gang Task Force............      $200,000  Webb; Warner
                                                                        Virginia, VA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oglala Sioux Tribe--Department of Public Safety, Pine     Oglala Sioux Tribe--Department of Public Safety........    $1,200,000  Johnson; Thune
                                                                        Ridge, SD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Oklahoma City,    Oklahoma Participation in the Criminal Information           $700,000  Inhofe
                                                                        OK.                                                       Sharing Alliance Network.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR......  Multidisciplinary Institute for Neuropsychiatric             $200,000  Wyden; Merkley
                                                                                                                                  Diagnosis.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Phoenix House, Dallas, TX...............................  Increasing Access to Substance Abuse Treatment Services      $100,000  Hutchison; Cornyn
                                                                                                                                  for Texas Youth.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Phoenix House, Dublin, NH...............................  Clinical Management System.............................      $200,000  Shaheen
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Protecting Sexually Exploited Children, Las Vegas, NV...  Nevada Safe House Project..............................      $125,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Providence Police Department, Providence, RI............  Providence Gun Violence Prevention and Gang Reduction      $1,000,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                                                                                  Initiative.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network [RAINN],             Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network...................      $300,000  Crapo; Leahy; Klobuchar;
                                                                        Washington, DC.                                                                                                                  Lieberman; Lincoln; Menendez;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pryor; Gillibrand; Kerry;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Whitehouse; Rockefeller; Kohl;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Kaufman; Casey; Dodd; Hatch;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Akaka; Sanders; Cardin; Wyden;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Merkley; Stabenow; Schumer;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Boxer; Johnson; Feinstein;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Nelson, Bill; Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Rosebud, SD........................  Rosebud Sioux Tribe--Criminal Justice system...........      $300,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Safe Streets Campaign, Tacoma, WA.......................  Pierce County Regional Gang Prevention Partnership.....      $500,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Safer Foundation, Chicago, IL...........................  Community Re-entry Program.............................      $300,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP-Byrne......................  Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX............  Regional Crime Lab.....................................    $1,000,000  Hutchison; Cornyn
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sanders County Coalition for Families, Thompson Falls,    Creating Women's Resource Center and Housing...........      $400,000  Tester
                                                                        MT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, CA................  Tools for Tolerance....................................    $1,000,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Sioux City, Sioux City, IA..............................  National Training Center...............................      $200,000  Harkin; Grassley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau,  MO  Establishment of a Forensic Science Research and             $700,000  Bond
                                                                                                                                  Education Laboratory.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort Yates, ND...............  Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Justice and Public Safety...      $400,000  Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Alaska, Anchorage, AK..........................  Drug and Alcohol Interdiction, Rural Law Enforcement         $900,000  Murkowski
                                                                                                                                  Training and Equipment.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Iowa, Department of Public Health, Polk, Scott,  Jail-Based Substance Abuse Treatment...................    $1,200,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                        Story Counties, IA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  State of Iowa, Iowa Department of Corrections--Division   Transitional Mental Health Reentry Program.............      $250,000  Harkin
                                                                        of Offender Services, Des Moines, IA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Stearns County, St Cloud, MN............................  Domestic Violence Court................................      $200,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Team Focus, Inc., Mobile, AL............................  Mississippi Team Focus Mentoring Project...............      $400,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Team Focus, Mobile, AL..................................  South Carolina Team Focus Mentoring Project............      $500,000  Graham
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  The Community YMCA, Middleton, NJ.......................  Gang Prevention Program................................      $500,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  The Rape Crisis Center, Las Vegas, NV...................  Child Assault Prevention and Education Project.........      $125,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  The Ridge House, Reno, NV...............................  Prisoner Re-Entry Program..............................      $200,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL...............  Domestic Violence Law Clinic...........................      $300,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Central      Veterans Legal Advocacy Clinic.........................      $100,000  Schumer
                                                                        Islip, NY.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Troy University, Troy, AL...............................  Computer Forensic Institute and Lab....................      $200,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Tulane University, New Orleans, LA......................  Domestic Violence Clinic...............................      $200,000  Landrieu
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Tulsa Public Schools, Tulsa, OK.........................  TPS Campus Police Force................................      $300,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  United Tribes Technical College, Bismarck, ND...........  Tribal Law Enforcement Training........................      $400,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK..............  UCO/State of Oklahoma Forensic Laboratory Program......      $300,000  Inhofe
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL..........  CeaseFire at the University of Illinois at Chicago.....      $500,000  Durbin; Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Memphis, Memphis, TN......................  Memphis--Shelby County Operation Safe Community........    $1,000,000  Alexander; Corker
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law........    $2,000,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV..........  Nevada Immigrant Resource Clinic.......................      $350,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.................  Consolidated Advanced Technologies Laboratory  [CATLab]      $300,000  Gregg
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND.............  Native American Into Law...............................      $300,000  Dorgan; Conrad
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Mississippi Rural Law Enforcement Training.............      $350,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Cannabis Eradication...................................      $500,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Mississippi Automated Systems Project..................    $1,250,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH......  Initiative to Reduce Violence..........................      $100,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vancouver Police Department, Vancouver, WA..............  Vancouver Records Management System....................      $500,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vanderburgh County, Evansville, IN......................  Civic Center Complex Security Improvement Project......      $150,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Vermont Department of Public Safety, Waterbury, VT......  School Resource 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       Special Investigation Units............................      $100,000  Leahy; Sanders
                                                                        Association, Montpelier, VT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Veronica's Voice, Kansas City, KS.......................  Kansas Anti-Trafficking Coalition......................      $300,000  Brownback
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Washington County Youth Service Bureau, Montpelier, VT..  Return House Transitional Living Program...............      $200,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Washington County, Hillsboro, OR........................  Washington County Drug Court...........................      $100,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Washoe County Senior Services, Carson City, NV..........  Nevada Rural Counties RSVP Program.....................       $75,000  Reid
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, Detroit, MI...........  Wayne County Mortgage Fraud Prevention Unit............      $150,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, Detroit, MI...........  Data Sharing and Criminal History Project..............      $500,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Weld County Sheriff's Office, Weld County, CO...........  Northern Colorado Regional Crime Lab...................      $300,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV................  Forensic Science Initiative............................    $4,000,000  Byrd
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Whatcom County Sheriff's Office, Bellingham, WA.........  Whatcom County Security-related Costs..................      $100,000  Murray
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Whatcom County, Bellingham, WA..........................  Whatcom County Rapid Border Prosecution Initiative.....      $500,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  William S. Richardson School of Law, Honolulu, HI.......  Hawaii Innocence Project...............................      $300,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Winona State University, Winona, MN.....................  National Child Protection Training Center..............    $1,000,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Women's Center & Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh,           Domestic Violence Support Program......................      $250,000  Specter; Casey
                                                                        Pittsburgh, PA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Women's Resource Center of Scranton, Scranton, PA.......  Domestic Violence Reduction Initiative.................      $400,000  Casey
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Yankton Sioux Tribe, Marty, SD..........................  Yankton Sioux Tribe--Victim Advocate Program...........       $25,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA McLean County, Bloomington, IL.....................  Violence Prevention and Intervention Initiative........      $300,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH..............  Domestic Violence Protection Program...................      $400,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCA of Greater Cleveland, Cleveland, OH................  Self-Sufficiency Program for At-Risk Youth.............      $300,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  YWCAs of Hawaii and Maui Counties, Hilo and Lihue,  HI..  Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Response Services...      $400,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Zero to Three, Des Moines, IA...........................  Des Moines Court Team for Maltreated Infants and             $300,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  After School Partnership of Greater New Orleans, New      Youthline America--Gulf Coast Pilot....................      $200,000  Landrieu
                                                                        Orleans, LA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--Byrne.....................  Zero to Three, New Orleans, LA..........................  Orleans Parish Court Team for Maltreated Infants and         $200,000  Landrieu
                                                                                                                                  Toddlers.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, Talladega, AL.....  Overcoming Communication Barriers for AIDB At-Risk           $150,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Youth.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  All Saints Community Service and Development              Jubilee Center Children's Program......................      $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                        Corporation, Hoboken, NJ.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  An Achievable Dream, Newport News, VA...................  An Achievable Dream....................................      $250,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services    ACCESS Youth Center....................................      $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                        [ACCESS], Dearborn, MI.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Bellows Free Academy Union High School, St. Albans, VT..  Juvenile Justice and Teen Support and Intervention           $500,000  Leahy
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  BGC of Marty, Marty, SD.................................  BGC of Marty...........................................      $425,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Big Brothers of Rhode Island, East Providence, RI.......  Mentoring for At-Risk Fatherless Boys..................      $100,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Bolder Options, Minneapolis, MN.........................  Bolder Options Replication.............................      $100,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys and Girls Club of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, SD...........  Boys and Girls Club of Aberdeen........................      $200,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.............  Rural Youth Crime Prevention Program...................    $2,500,000  Inouye
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Boys Town New York, New York City, NY...................  Expansion of Boys Town New York City Projects..........      $100,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  BRIDGES USA, Memphis, TN................................  Bridge Builders: Youth Leadership for Community  Change      $500,000  Alexander
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........................  Chamber Education Foundation/Rhode Island Mentoring       Rhode Island Mentoring Partnership.....................      $400,000  Reed; Whitehouse
                                                                        Partnership, Warwick, RI.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Cheyenne River Youth Project, Eagle Butte, SD...........  Cheyenne River Youth Project...........................      $200,000  Johnson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Chicago Jesuit Academy, Chicago, IL.....................  After-School Enrichment Program........................      $325,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Chicago Youth Centers, Chicago, IL......................  BBR Youth Center.......................................      $200,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Childhelp Michigan, Southfield, MI......................  Child Abuse Intervention and Treatment, Southeast            $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
                                                                                                                                  Michigan.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Children & Families First Delaware, Wilmington, DE......  Functional Family Therapy for At-Risk Youth (DE Girls        $350,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                                                                                  Wraparound).
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Chippewa Cree Tribe, Box Elder, MT......................  Chippewa Cree Juvenile Detention Center................      $100,000  Tester; Baucus
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT......................  Lighthouse After-School Program........................      $300,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Brockton, Brockton, MA..........................  Brockton At-Risk Youth Program.........................      $200,000  Kennedy; Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Fairfield, Fairfield, CA........................  Matt Garcia PAL Center.................................      $160,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Long Beach, City of Long Beach, CA..............  Long Beach Youth Career Academy........................      $100,000  Feinstein
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  City of Seattle, WA, Seattle, WA........................  Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative...........      $300,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Cleveland Avenue YMCA, Montgomery, AL...................  Cleveland Avenue YMCA..................................      $500,000  Shelby
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Community Connections, Inc., Bluefield, WV..............  Youth Training Initiative..............................    $2,000,000  Byrd
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Courage to Speak Foundation, Norwalk, CT................  Substance Abuse Prevention for Parents and Children....      $500,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Crossroads Programs, Willingboro, NJ....................  Youth Gang Prevention Program..........................       $50,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Delaware Mentoring Council, University of Delaware,       Mentoring Initiatives for At-Risk Children and Youth...      $350,000  Carper; Kaufman
                                                                        Newark, DE.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic, CT...  Dual Enrollment Initiative for At-Risk Youth...........      $300,000  Dodd
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Eden Housing, Hayward, CA...............................  Digital Connectors At-Risk Youth Program expansion.....      $200,000  Boxer
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Eitz Chaim, Brooklyn, NY................................  Project Success........................................      $100,000  Schumer
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Focus: HOPE, Detroit, MI................................  Youth Media Initiative.................................      $100,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Generations Incorporated, Lindenwold, NJ................  Youth Mentoring Program................................      $200,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Girl Scouts of the USA, New York, NY....................  Girl Scouts Beyond Bars [GSBB].........................    $1,000,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Governor's Prevention Partnership, Hartford, CT.........  At-Risk Youth Prevention Initiative....................      $250,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Jobs for Delaware Graduates, Dover, DE..................  Jobs for Delaware Graduates, Expand Available  Services    $1,000,000  Carper; Kaufman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Juvenile Assessment and Reporting Center [JARC], Las      Prevention and Intervention Program....................      $265,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
                                                                        Cruces, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Kennedy Krieger Institute, Baltimore, MD................  Kennedy Krieger Institute Juvenile Delinquency               $500,000  Mikulski
                                                                                                                                  Prevention Program at Fort Meade.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  KidsPeace, Clifton, NJ..................................  KidsPeace Cumberland County Therapeutic Foster Care          $250,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  KidsVoice, Pittsburgh, PA...............................  Child Abuse and Advocacy Program.......................      $200,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Latin American Youth Center, Washington, DC,............  Maryland Multicultural Youth Centers...................      $750,000  Mikulski
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Logan City School District, Logan, UT...................  School-Based Language Learning Centers for At-Risk           $250,000  Hatch
                                                                                                                                  Youth.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Lower Brule Boys and Girls Club, Lower Brule, SD........  Lower Brule Boys and Girls Club........................      $300,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Maryland Association of Youth Services Bureaus,           Maryland Association of Youth Services Bureaus.........    $1,000,000  Mikulski
                                                                        Greenbelt, MD.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, Baltimore,  MD  Violence Prevention Initiative [VPI]...................      $500,000  Cardin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Maui Economic Opportunity, Wailuku, HI..................  Ka Wili Pu Project.....................................      $350,000  Akaka
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Milwaukee Public Schools, Milwaukee, WI.................  Milwaukee Summer Stars.................................      $200,000  Kohl
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center, Norristown, PA......  Child Abuse and Advocacy Program.......................       $50,000  Specter
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Mobius, Inc., Burlington, VT............................  Mentoring Collaborative................................      $500,000  Leahy
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Montana Second Judicial District--Judicial Probation      Butte--Silver Bow Youth Project........................      $175,000  Tester; Baucus
                                                                        Office, Butte, MT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  National Center for Fathering, Shawnee Mission, KS......  Watch D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students).................      $900,000  Brownback
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges,     Judicial Training, Research and Technical Assistance         $500,000  Reid; Ensign; Leahy; Hatch;
                                                                        Reno, NV.                                                 Projects.                                                              Landrieu; Bennett
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  New Mexico Sheriff and Police Athletic League,            Gang Prevention-Intervention Program...................      $200,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
                                                                        Albuquerque, NM.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  New York City Outward Bound Center, Inc., Long Island     NYC Outward Bound Expeditionary Learning Programs in         $200,000  Schumer
                                                                        City, NY.                                                 NYC Public Schools.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  NM Children Youth and Family Services, Albuquerque, NM..  Juvenile Justice Pilot Project.........................      $250,000  Bingaman; Udall, T
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Ocean Tides School, Narragansett, RI....................  School-to-Work Training for At-Risk Youths.............      $500,000  Reed; Whitehouse
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Ogden School District, Ogden, UT........................  Ogden Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Initiative.......      $375,000  Hatch
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Ohel Children's Home and Family Services, Brooklyn, NY..  Ohel At-Risk Youth and Child Abuse Prevention Pro-           $300,000  Gillibrand
                                                                                                                                  gram.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Oregon Partnership, Portland, OR........................  Rx to Save Teens' Lives................................      $100,000  Wyden; Merkley
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Orlando Health, Orlando, FL.............................  Orlando Health Orange County Children's Advocacy Center      $250,000  Nelson, Bill; Martinez
                                                                                                                                  Programs.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  PA Chapter Children's Advocacy Centers and                Internet Child Safety Education........................      $200,000  Casey
                                                                        Multidisciplinary Teams, Erie, PA.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  PAX/Real Solutions to Gun Violence, New York City, NY...  Speak Up Hotline and Awareness Campaign Access               $850,000  Gillibrand
                                                                                                                                  Expansion.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence,         Use of Technology to Enhance the Capacity of Local           $150,000  Specter; Casey
                                                                        Harrisburg, PA.                                           Community-Based Domestic Violence Programs to Provide
                                                                                                                                  Services and Improve Outcomes.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Ramsey County Community Corrections, St Paul, MN........  Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative [JDAI]......      $200,000  Klobuchar
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Reconcile New Orleans, Inc., New Orleans, LA............  Reconcile New Orleans Workforce Development Training         $300,000  Landrieu
                                                                                                                                  Program.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Save the Children, Washington, DC,......................  Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Program................      $300,000  Pryor; Lincoln
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Sea Research Foundation, Mystic, CT.....................  Immersion Presents After-School Program................      $300,000  Dodd; Lieberman
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  SGA Youth and Family Services, Chicago, IL..............  Juvenile Justice Program...............................      $225,000  Durbin
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Ft. Yates, ND................  Standing Rock Sioux Tribe--Child Protective Services...      $350,000  Johnson; Thune
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Starr Commonwealth, Columbus, OH........................  Structured Therapeutic Living Program..................      $200,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Stop It Now!, Northampton, MA...........................  Stop It Now! Child Abuse Prevention Helpline  Expansion      $250,000  Kennedy; Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Team Focus, Mobile, AL..................................  Texas Youth Mentoring Program..........................      $100,000  Hutchison
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  The College of Holy Cross, Worcester, MA................  At-Risk Youth Empowerment Initiative...................      $400,000  Kennedy; Kerry
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  The Women's Sports Foundation, New York City, NY........  GoGirlGo! New York City Initiative.....................      $250,000  Gillibrand
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Truancy Intervention Project Georgia, Inc., Atlanta, GA.  Truancy Intervention Project...........................      $150,000  Isakson
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO..........  Colorado Schools Safety Program........................      $500,000  Bennet
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  USA Swimming Foundation, Berkeley Heights, NJ...........  New Jersey Regional Youth Development Program..........      $400,000  Lautenberg; Menendez
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Vermont Department of Children and Families, Waterbury,   At-Risk Youth Assistance Programs......................      $500,000  Sanders
                                                                        VT.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Vermont Department of Education, Montpelier, VT.........  Extended Education Programming at Schools..............      $500,000  Sanders
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Virginia Community College System [VCCS], Richmond, VA..  Great Expectations Program for Virginia's Foster Youth.      $350,000  Webb; Warner
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Wesley Biblical Seminary, Jackson, MS...................  Cross-Roads Multi-Cultural Center......................      $250,000  Cochran
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance, Madison, WI.....  WI Office of Justice Assistance Reducing Truancy           $1,000,000  Kohl
                                                                                                                                  through Early Intervention.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Yakima County, Yakima, WA...............................  Implementation of OJJDP Best Practices Gang Model......      $500,000  Murray; Cantwell
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YMCA of Greater Flint, Flint, MI........................  Partners in Transition Program for At-Risk Young  Women      $850,000  Levin; Stabenow
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Youth Advocate Program, Farmington, NM..................  Gang Prevention Program................................      $200,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA Lake County, Waukegan, IL..........................  Minority Family Strengthening Initiative...............      $300,000  Durbin; Burris
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA of Greater Toledo, Toledo, OH......................  Program for At-Risk Youth..............................      $500,000  Brown
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA of Indianapolis, IN, Indianapolis, IN..............  Out of School Time Project for At-Risk Youth...........      $100,000  Lugar
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  YWCA of St. Joseph County, IN, South Bend, IN...........  Getting Ahead Project for Domestic Violence Survivors        $200,000  Lugar
                                                                                                                                  and Their Families.
DOJ.................................  OJP--JJ........................  Zelpha's Cultural Development Corp., Inc., Tuscaloosa,    University of Alabama After-School Delinquency               $150,000  Shelby
                                                                        AL.                                                       Prevention Program.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Alabama A&M University Research Institute, Normal,  AL..  High temperature materials research and development for      $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  Crew Exploration Vehicle [CEV] and Crew Launch Vehicle
                                                                                                                                  [CLV] Initiatives.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN...........  Solar Energy Laser Physics Program.....................      $500,000  Alexander
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Aviation Maintenance Technology Center, Roswell, NM.....  Flight Research Training Center........................      $300,000  Udall, T
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership, Houston, TX......  Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program [SATOP].....      $250,000  Cornyn
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.................  Center for Space Medicine..............................      $750,000  Hutchison
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Burlington Community and Economic Development Office,     Burlington Aviation Technology Center..................    $1,500,000  Leahy
                                                                        Burlington, VT.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Dillard University, New Orleans, LA.....................  Dillard University Eighth Grade Initiative.............      $300,000  Landrieu
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX.......................  Constellation Program Data Storage Equipment and             $250,000  Hutchison
                                                                                                                                  Systems.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA........................  Nanomaterials Research.................................      $250,000  Specter; Casey
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Radically Segmented Launch Vehicle [RSLV] LOX/Methane      $1,000,000  Kohl
                                                                                                                                  Technology Maturation Program.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Development of characterization techniques for advanced    $1,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  high temperature materials in space launch
                                                                                                                                  applications.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Advanced algorithm, integration, and maturation........    $1,000,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Space nuclear power systems research & development.....    $1,000,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Product lifecycle management and advanced modeling and     $1,000,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  simulation methods.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Robotic Lander Multi-Propellant Diagnostic Test Bed....    $1,000,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL............  Increasing K-16 genetics and biotechnology education...    $1,000,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Morgan State University, University of Maryland Eastern   Chesapeake Information Based Aeronautics Consortium        $3,000,000  Mikulski; Cardin
                                                                        Shore, and Bowie State University, Baltimore, Princess    [CIBAC].
                                                                        Anne and Bowie, MD.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Imiloa Astronomy Center, Hilo, HI.......................  Imiloa Astronomy Center................................    $2,500,000  Inouye; Akaka
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  National Institute for Aviation Research, Wichita, KS...  National Center for Advanced Materials Performance.....      $600,000  Brownback; Roberts
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.............  Science, Engineering, Math, and Aerospace Academy......      $200,000  Bingaman; Tom Udall
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Northern Kentucky University Foundation, Highland         Sky Dome: Strengthening Science Achievement in Grades 4      $200,000  Bunning
                                                                        Heights, KY.                                              until 12 through Immersive Technology.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Rocky Mountain College, Billings, MT....................  Bair Science Center....................................      $125,000  Tester; Baucus
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center, Shreveport, LA....  Sci-Port: Renewing Science Education in the South......      $300,000  Landrieu
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 Dynamics Laboratory, Logan, UT....................  Technical support of satellite sensor calibration for        $400,000  Bennett
                                                                                                                                  the Global Climate Observing System.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Space Florida, Kennedy Space Center, FL.................  Thermal Vacuum Chamber.................................      $400,000  Nelson, Bill
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Space Florida, Kennedy Space Center, FL.................  Launch Complexes 36 and 46.............................    $1,100,000  Nelson, Bill
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO..............  St. Louis Community College BioBench and Training            $600,000  Bond
                                                                                                                                  Facility.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Teach for America, New York, NY.........................  Teach for America STEM Activities......................    $3,000,000  Mikulski
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Technological Research And Development Authority,         Space Alliance Technology Outreach Program.............      $100,000  Nelson, Bill; Martinez
                                                                        Melbourne, FL.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Texas A&M University, College Station, TX...............  Advanced robotics for Lunar and Martian Exploration....      $750,000  Hutchison
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  The University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsville, AL.  Virtual Environment Simulation Laboratory..............      $500,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL...............  Diagnostic sensing for predictive maintenance of             $500,000  Shelby
                                                                                                                                  aerospace vehicles.
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 Louisville, Louisville, KY................  University of Louisville for diagnosing and mitigating     $2,000,000  McConnell
                                                                                                                                  human exposure to radiation.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS...................  National Center for Remote Sensing, Air, and Space Law.    $2,000,000  Cochran
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE........  Supporting Surgical Options in Space...................    $2,700,000  Nelson, Ben
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV..........  Gravity Insensitive Solid-Gas Sorption Climate Control       $750,000  Reid
                                                                                                                                  System.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA..............  UNO, National Center for Advance Manufacturing.........      $250,000  Landrieu; Vitter
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 Math and Science Educa-         $700,000  Harkin; Grassley
                                                                                                                                  tion.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL.................  Center for Advanced Materials Engineering..............      $500,000  Shelby
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  National Formulation Science Laboratory................    $1,000,000  Cochran
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS.....  Technology Industry Partnership for transitioning space      $750,000  Cochran
                                                                                                                                  technologies into the commercial sector.
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  University of Vermont, Burlington, VT...................  Complex Systems and Advanced Computing Center..........      $500,000  Leahy
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Wheeling Jesuit University, Wheeling, WV................  HEALTHeWV..............................................    $5,000,000  Byrd
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Wheelock College, Boston, MA............................  Math and Science Learning Community....................      $800,000  Kennedy; Kerry
NASA................................  Cross Agency Support...........  Xavier University, New Orleans, LA......................  STEM Summer Program....................................      $400,000  Landrieu
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  COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF NEW BUDGET (OBLIGATIONAL) AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 2009 AND BUDGET ESTIMATES AND AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED IN THE BILL FOR FISCAL
                                                                        YEAR 2010
                                                                [In thousands of dollars]
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                                                                                                       Senate Committee recommendation compared with  (+
                                                                                                                             or ^)
               Item                      2009       Budget estimate  House allowance     Committee    --------------------------------------------------
                                    appropriation                                      recommendation        2009
                                                                                                        appropriation   Budget estimate  House allowance
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 TITLE I--DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

       International Trade
          Administration

Operations and administration....         429,870          449,704          444,404          455,704          +25,834           +6,000          +11,300
Offsetting fee collections.......          -9,439           -9,439           -9,439           -9,439   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Direct appropriation.......         420,431          440,265          434,965          446,265          +25,834           +6,000          +11,300

 Bureau of Industry and Security

Operations and administration....          68,909           85,575           85,575           85,575          +16,666   ...............  ...............
CWC enforcement..................          14,767           14,767           14,767           14,767   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Bureau of Industry            83,676          100,342          100,342          100,342          +16,666   ...............  ...............
       and Security..............

       Economic Development
          Administration

Economic development assistance           240,000          246,000          255,000          200,000          -40,000          -46,000          -55,000
 programs........................
    Emergency appropriations              190,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -190,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         430,000          246,000          255,000          200,000         -230,000          -46,000          -55,000

Salaries and expenses............          32,800           38,000           38,000           38,000           +5,200   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Economic Development         462,800          284,000          293,000          238,000         -224,800          -46,000          -55,000
       Administration............
          Appropriations.........        (272,800)        (284,000)        (293,000)        (238,000)        (-34,800)        (-46,000)        (-55,000)
          Emergency                      (190,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-190,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

Minority business development....          29,825           31,000           31,000           31,200           +1,375             +200             +200
Economic and Statistical Analysis          90,621          105,000           97,255          100,600           +9,979           -4,400           +3,345

       Bureau of the Census

Salaries and expenses............         233,588          259,024          259,024          259,024          +25,436   ...............  ...............
Periodic censuses and programs...       2,906,262        7,115,707        7,115,707        7,065,707       +4,159,445          -50,000          -50,000
    Emergency appropriations            1,000,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -1,000,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       3,906,262        7,115,707        7,115,707        7,065,707       +3,159,445          -50,000          -50,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Bureau of the Census       4,139,850        7,374,731        7,374,731        7,324,731       +3,184,881          -50,000          -50,000
          Appropriations.........      (3,139,850)      (7,374,731)      (7,374,731)      (7,324,731)     (+4,184,881)        (-50,000)        (-50,000)
          Emergency                    (1,000,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-1,000,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

 National Telecommunications and
    Information Administration

Salaries and expenses............          19,218           19,999           19,999           19,999             +781   ...............  ...............
Public telecommunications                  20,000   ...............          20,000           20,000   ...............         +20,000   ...............
 facilities, planning and
 construction....................
Broadband technology                    4,700,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -4,700,000   ...............  ...............
 opportunities program, Recovery
 Act (emergency) (Public Law 111-
 5)..............................
Digital-to-analog converter box           650,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -650,000   ...............  ...............
 program, Recovery Act
 (emergency) (Public Law 111-5)..
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National                   5,389,218           19,999           39,999           39,999       -5,349,219          +20,000   ...............
       Telecommunications and
       Information Administration
          Appropriations.........         (39,218)         (19,999)         (39,999)         (39,999)           (+781)        (+20,000)  ...............
          Emergency                    (5,350,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-5,350,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

     United States Patent and
         Trademark Office

Current year fee funding.........       2,010,100        1,930,361        1,930,361        1,930,361          -79,739   ...............  ...............
Offsetting fee collections.......      -2,087,000       -1,930,361       -1,930,361       -1,930,361         +156,639   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Patent and Trademark         -76,900   ...............  ...............  ...............         +76,900   ...............  ...............
       Office....................

 National Institute of Standards
          and Technology

Scientific and technical research         472,000          534,600          510,000          520,300          +48,300          -14,300          +10,300
 and services....................
    (Transfer out)...............         (-9,000)         (-9,000)         (-9,000)         (-9,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............
    Emergency appropriations              220,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -220,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         692,000          534,600          510,000          520,300         -171,700          -14,300          +10,300

Industrial technology services...         175,000          194,600          194,600          194,600          +19,600   ...............  ...............
    Manufacturing Extension              (110,000)        (124,700)        (124,700)        (124,700)        (+14,700)  ...............  ...............
     Partnerships................
    Technology Innovation Program         (65,000)         (69,900)         (69,900)         (69,900)         (+4,900)  ...............  ...............

Construction of research                  172,000          116,900           76,500          163,900           -8,100          +47,000          +87,400
 facilities......................
    Emergency appropriations              360,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -360,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         532,000          116,900           76,500          163,900         -368,100          +47,000          +87,400

Working capital fund (by                   (9,000)          (9,000)          (9,000)          (9,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............
 transfer).......................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Institute         1,399,000          846,100          781,100          878,800         -520,200          +32,700          +97,700
       of Standards and
       Technology................
          Appropriations.........        (819,000)        (846,100)        (781,100)        (878,800)        (+59,800)        (+32,700)        (+97,700)
          Emergency                      (580,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-580,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

 National Oceanic and Atmospheric
          Administration

Operations, research, and               3,045,549        3,087,537        3,199,293        3,301,131         +255,582         +213,594         +101,838
 facilities......................
    Emergency appropriations              230,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -230,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
    (by transfer)................         (79,000)        (104,600)        (104,600)        (104,600)        (+25,600)  ...............  ...............
    Promote and Develop Fund             (-79,000)       (-104,600)       (-104,600)       (-104,600)        (-25,600)  ...............  ...............
     (transfer out)..............
    Coastal zone management                 3,000            3,000            3,000            3,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
     transfer....................
    Pacific coastal salmon         ...............        (-50,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (+50,000)  ...............
     recovery (transfer out)
     (budget amendment)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       3,278,549        3,090,537        3,202,293        3,304,131          +25,582         +213,594         +101,838

Procurement, acquisition, and           1,243,647        1,391,279        1,409,148        1,397,685         +154,038           +6,406          -11,463
 construction....................
    Emergency appropriations              600,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -600,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       1,843,647        1,391,279        1,409,148        1,397,685         -445,962           +6,406          -11,463

Pacific coastal salmon recovery..          80,000   ...............  ...............          80,000   ...............         +80,000          +80,000
Pacific coastal salmon recovery    ...............         (50,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............        (-50,000)  ...............
 (by transfer) (budget amendment)
Coastal zone management fund.....          -3,000           -3,000           -3,000           -3,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
Fisheries finance program account          -4,000           -5,000           -5,000           -6,000           -2,000           -1,000           -1,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Oceanic and       5,195,196        4,473,816        4,603,441        4,772,816         -422,380         +299,000         +169,375
       Atmospheric Administration
          Appropriations.........      (4,365,196)      (4,473,816)      (4,603,441)      (4,772,816)       (+407,620)       (+299,000)       (+169,375)
          Emergency                      (830,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-830,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

     Departmental Management

Salaries and expenses............          53,000           64,000           53,000           61,000           +8,000           -3,000           +8,000
Herbert C Hoover Building                   5,000           22,500            5,000           22,500          +17,500   ...............         +17,500
 renovation and modernization....

Office of Inspector General......          25,800           27,000           27,000           27,000           +1,200   ...............  ...............
    Emergency appropriations                6,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -6,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          31,800           27,000           27,000           27,000           -4,800   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Departmental                  89,800          113,500           85,000          110,500          +20,700           -3,000          +25,500
       Management................
          Appropriations.........         (83,800)        (113,500)         (85,000)        (110,500)        (+26,700)         (-3,000)        (+25,500)
          Emergency                        (6,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............         (-6,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Total, title I, Department       17,223,517       13,788,753       13,840,833       14,043,253       -3,180,264         +254,500         +202,420
       of Commerce...............
          Appropriations.........      (9,267,517)     (13,788,753)     (13,840,833)     (14,043,253)     (+4,775,736)       (+254,500)       (+202,420)
          Emergency                    (7,956,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-7,956,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          (By transfer)..........         (88,000)        (163,600)        (113,600)        (113,600)        (+25,600)        (-50,000)  ...............
          (Transfer out).........        (-88,000)       (-163,600)       (-113,600)       (-113,600)        (-25,600)        (+50,000)  ...............
                                  ======================================================================================================================
 TITLE II--DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

      General Administration

Salaries and expenses............         105,805          178,488          115,988          118,488          +12,683          -60,000           +2,500
National Drug Intelligence Center  ...............          44,023           44,023   ...............  ...............         -44,023          -44,023
Justice information sharing                80,000          123,617           88,285           95,000          +15,000          -28,617           +6,715
 technology......................
Tactical law enforcement wireless         185,000          205,143          205,143          206,143          +21,143           +1,000           +1,000
 communications..................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, General                      370,805          551,271          453,439          419,631          +48,826         -131,640          -33,808
       Administration............

Administrative review and appeals         270,000          300,685          300,685          300,685          +30,685   ...............  ...............
    Transfer from immigration              -4,000           -4,000           -4,000           -4,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
     examinations fee account....
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Direct appropriation.......         266,000          296,685          296,685          296,685          +30,685   ...............  ...............

Detention trustee................       1,295,319        1,438,663        1,438,663        1,438,663         +143,344   ...............  ...............
    (Emergency appropriations)...          60,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -60,000   ...............  ...............

Office of Inspector General......          75,681           84,368           84,368           82,368           +6,687           -2,000           -2,000
    Overseas contingency           ...............  ...............  ...............           2,000           +2,000           +2,000           +2,000
     operations..................
    Emergency appropriations.....           5,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -5,000   ...............  ...............
    (Rescission of emergency               -3,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          +3,000   ...............  ...............
     appropriations).............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          77,681           84,368           84,368           84,368           +6,687   ...............  ...............

 United States Parole Commission

Salaries and expenses............          12,570           12,859           12,859           12,859             +289   ...............  ...............

         Legal Activities

Salaries and expenses, general            804,007          875,097          875,097          872,597          +68,590           -2,500           -2,500
 legal activities................
    Overseas contingency           ...............  ...............  ...............           2,500           +2,500           +2,500           +2,500
     operations..................
    (Emergency appropriations)...           1,648   ...............  ...............  ...............          -1,648   ...............  ...............
Vaccine injury compensation trust           7,833            7,833            7,833            7,833   ...............  ...............  ...............
 fund............................

Antitrust Division, salaries and          157,788          163,170          163,170          163,170           +5,382   ...............  ...............
 expenses........................
    Offsetting fee collections--         -157,788         -102,000         -102,000         -102,000          +55,788   ...............  ...............
     current year................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Direct appropriation.......  ...............          61,170           61,170           61,170          +61,170   ...............  ...............

United States Attorneys, salaries       1,836,336        1,926,003        1,934,003        1,926,003          +89,667   ...............          -8,000
 and expenses....................
    (Emergency appropriations)...          15,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -15,000   ...............  ...............
United States Trustee System Fund         217,416          224,488          224,488          224,488           +7,072   ...............  ...............
    Offsetting fee collections...        -160,000         -210,000         -210,000         -210,000          -50,000   ...............  ...............
    Interest on U.S. securities..          -5,000           -5,000           -5,000           -5,000   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Direct appropriation.......          52,416            9,488            9,488            9,488          -42,928   ...............  ...............

Foreign Claims Settlement                   1,823            2,117            2,117            2,117             +294   ...............  ...............
 Commission......................
Fees and expenses of witnesses...         168,300          168,300          168,300          168,300   ...............  ...............  ...............
Salaries and expenses, Community            9,873           11,479           11,479           11,479           +1,606   ...............  ...............
 Relations Service...............
Assets forfeiture fund...........          20,990           20,990           20,990           20,990   ...............  ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Legal Activities....       2,918,226        3,082,477        3,090,477        3,082,477         +164,251   ...............          -8,000

  United States Marshals Service

Salaries and expenses............         950,000        1,138,388        1,138,388        1,125,763         +175,763          -12,625          -12,625
    (Emergency appropriations)...          10,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -10,000   ...............  ...............
Construction.....................           4,000           14,000           14,000           26,625          +22,625          +12,625          +12,625
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, United States                964,000        1,152,388        1,152,388        1,152,388         +188,388   ...............  ...............
       Marshals Service..........

    National Security Division

Salaries and expenses............          83,789           87,938           87,938           87,938           +4,149   ...............  ...............
    (Emergency appropriations)...           1,389   ...............  ...............  ...............          -1,389   ...............  ...............

   Interagency Law Enforcement

Interagency crime and drug                515,000          537,507          528,569          515,000   ...............         -22,507          -13,569
 enforcement.....................

 Federal Bureau of Investigation

Salaries and expenses............       3,310,115        7,617,675        7,617,675        7,567,556       +4,257,441          -50,119          -50,119
    Overseas contingency           ...............         101,066          101,066          101,066         +101,066   ...............  ...............
     operations..................
    Counterintelligence and             3,754,985   ...............  ...............  ...............      -3,754,985   ...............  ...............
     national security...........
    Emergency appropriations              117,600   ...............  ...............  ...............        -117,600   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 110-252)........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       7,182,700        7,718,741        7,718,741        7,668,622         +485,922          -50,119          -50,119

Construction.....................         153,491          142,796          132,796          244,915          +91,424         +102,119         +112,119
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Federal Bureau of          7,336,191        7,861,537        7,851,537        7,913,537         +577,346          +52,000          +62,000
       Investigation.............
          Appropriations.........      (7,218,591)      (7,760,471)      (7,750,471)      (7,812,471)       (+593,880)        (+52,000)        (+62,000)
          Emergency                      (117,600)  ...............  ...............  ...............       (-117,600)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

 Drug Enforcement Administration

Salaries and expenses............       2,183,534        2,266,472        2,271,472        2,256,472          +72,938          -10,000          -15,000
    Overseas contingency           ...............  ...............  ...............          10,000          +10,000          +10,000          +10,000
     operations..................
    (Emergency appropriations)...          20,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -20,000   ...............  ...............
    Diversion control fund.......        -244,450         -251,790         -251,790         -251,790           -7,340   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Drug Enforcement           1,959,084        2,014,682        2,019,682        2,014,682          +55,598   ...............          -5,000
       Administration............

   Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
     Firearms and Explosives

Salaries and expenses............       1,054,215        1,114,772        1,105,772        1,114,772          +60,557   ...............          +9,000
    (Emergency appropriations)...          14,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -14,000   ...............  ...............
Construction.....................  ...............           6,000   ...............           6,000           +6,000   ...............          +6,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Bureau of Alcohol,         1,068,215        1,120,772        1,105,772        1,120,772          +52,557   ...............         +15,000
       Tobacco, Firearms and
       Explosives................

      Federal Prison System

Salaries and expenses............       5,595,754        5,979,831        6,077,231        5,969,331         +373,577          -10,500         -107,900
    Overseas contingency           ...............  ...............  ...............          10,500          +10,500          +10,500          +10,500
     operations..................
    (Emergency appropriations)...           5,038   ...............  ...............  ...............          -5,038   ...............  ...............
Buildings and facilities.........         575,807           96,744           96,744           99,155         -476,652           +2,411           +2,411
Federal Prison Industries,                  2,328            2,700            2,700            2,700             +372   ...............  ...............
 incorporated (limitation
 onadministrative expenses)......
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Federal Prison             6,178,927        6,079,275        6,176,675        6,081,686          -97,241           +2,411          -94,989
       System....................

 State and Local Law Enforcement
            Activities

Office of Violence Against Women:
    Prevention and prosecution            415,000          414,000          406,500          435,000          +20,000          +21,000          +28,500
     programs....................
        Emergency appropriations          225,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -225,000   ...............  ...............
         (Public Law 111-5)......
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal...............         640,000          414,000          406,500          435,000         -205,000          +21,000          +28,500

Office of Justice Programs:
    Justice assistance...........         220,000          225,000          226,000          215,000           -5,000          -10,000          -11,000

    State and local law                 1,328,500          728,000        1,412,500        1,159,000         -169,500         +431,000         -253,500
     enforcement assistance......
        Emergency appropriations        2,765,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -2,765,000   ...............  ...............
         (Public Law 111-5)......
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal...............       4,093,500          728,000        1,412,500        1,159,000       -2,934,500         +431,000         -253,500

    Weed and seed program fund...          25,000           25,000           15,000           20,000           -5,000           -5,000           +5,000
    Juvenile justice programs....         374,000          317,000          385,000          407,000          +33,000          +90,000          +22,000
    Salaries and expenses........  ...............         213,388          129,620   ...............  ...............        -213,388         -129,620

    Public safety officers
     benefits:
        Death benefits...........         110,000           61,000           61,000           61,000          -49,000   ...............  ...............
        Disability and education            9,100            9,100            9,100            9,100   ...............  ...............  ...............
         benefits................
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Subtotal...............         119,100           70,100           70,100           70,100          -49,000   ...............  ...............
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
          Total, Office of              4,831,600        1,578,488        2,238,220        1,871,100       -2,960,500         +292,612         -367,120
           Justice Programs......
              Appropriations.....      (2,066,600)      (1,578,488)      (2,238,220)      (1,871,100)       (-195,500)       (+292,612)       (-367,120)
              Emergency                (2,765,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-2,765,000)  ...............  ...............
               appropriations....

Community oriented policing               550,500          761,000          807,000          658,500         +108,000         -102,500         -148,500
 services........................
    Emergency appropriations            1,000,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -1,000,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       1,550,500          761,000          807,000          658,500         -892,000         -102,500         -148,500

Salaries and expenses............         195,000   ...............  ...............         200,000           +5,000         +200,000         +200,000
    Emergency appropriations               10,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -10,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         205,000   ...............  ...............         200,000           -5,000         +200,000         +200,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, State and Local Law        7,227,100        2,753,488        3,451,720        3,164,600       -4,062,500         +411,112         -287,120
       Enforcement Activities....
          Appropriations.........      (3,227,100)      (2,753,488)      (3,451,720)      (3,164,600)        (-62,500)       (+411,112)       (-287,120)
          Emergency                    (4,000,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-4,000,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Total, title II, Department      30,334,296       27,073,910       27,750,772       27,385,286       -2,949,010         +311,376         -365,486
       of Justice................
          Appropriations.........     (26,087,621)     (26,972,844)     (27,649,706)     (27,259,220)     (+1,171,599)       (+286,376)       (-390,486)
          Overseas contingency     ...............        (101,066)        (101,066)        (126,066)       (+126,066)        (+25,000)        (+25,000)
           operations............
          Emergency                    (4,249,675)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-4,249,675)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescission of emergency         (-3,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............         (+3,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
        TITLE III--SCIENCE

Executive Office of the President

Office of Science and Technology            5,303            6,154            7,154            6,154             +851   ...............          -1,000
 Policy..........................

  National Aeronautics and Space
          Administration

Science..........................       4,503,019        4,477,200        4,496,100        4,517,000          +13,981          +39,800          +20,900
    Emergency appropriations              400,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -400,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       4,903,019        4,477,200        4,496,100        4,517,000         -386,019          +39,800          +20,900

Aeronautics......................         500,000          507,000          501,000          507,000           +7,000   ...............          +6,000
    Emergency appropriations              150,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -150,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         650,000          507,000          501,000          507,000         -143,000   ...............          +6,000

Exploration......................       3,505,469        3,963,100        3,293,200        3,940,400         +434,931          -22,700         +647,200
    Emergency appropriations              400,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -400,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       3,905,469        3,963,100        3,293,200        3,940,400          +34,931          -22,700         +647,200

Space operations.................       5,764,710        6,175,600        6,097,300        6,161,600         +396,890          -14,000          +64,300
Education........................         169,200          126,100          175,000          140,100          -29,100          +14,000          -34,900

Cross-agency support programs....       3,306,387        3,400,600        3,164,000        3,383,500          +77,113          -17,100         +219,500
    Emergency appropriations               50,000   ...............  ...............  ...............         -50,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       3,356,387        3,400,600        3,164,000        3,383,500          +27,113          -17,100         +219,500

Construction and environmental     ...............  ...............         441,700   ...............  ...............  ...............        -441,700
 compliance and remediation......

Office of Inspector General......          33,600           36,400           35,000           36,400           +2,800   ...............          +1,400
    Emergency appropriations                2,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -2,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          35,600           36,400           35,000           36,400             +800   ...............          +1,400
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Aeronautics      18,784,385       18,686,000       18,203,300       18,686,000          -98,385   ...............        +482,700
       and Space Administration..
          Appropriations.........     (17,782,385)     (18,686,000)     (18,203,300)     (18,686,000)       (+903,615)  ...............       (+482,700)
          Emergency                    (1,002,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-1,002,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........

   National Science Foundation

Research and related activities..       5,116,100        5,665,240        5,574,110        5,550,000         +433,900         -115,240          -24,110
    Defense function.............          67,000           68,000           68,000           68,000           +1,000   ...............  ...............
    Emergency appropriations            2,500,000   ...............  ...............  ...............      -2,500,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................       7,683,100        5,733,240        5,642,110        5,618,000       -2,065,100         -115,240          -24,110

Major research equipment and              152,010          117,290          114,290          122,290          -29,720           +5,000           +8,000
 facilities construction.........
    Emergency appropriations              400,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -400,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         552,010          117,290          114,290          122,290         -429,720           +5,000           +8,000

Education and human resources....         845,260          857,760          862,900          857,760          +12,500   ...............          -5,140
    Emergency appropriations              100,000   ...............  ...............  ...............        -100,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................         945,260          857,760          862,900          857,760          -87,500   ...............          -5,140

Agency operations and award               294,000          318,370          299,870          300,370           +6,370          -18,000             +500
 management......................
National Science Board...........           4,030            4,340            4,340            4,340             +310   ...............  ...............
Office of Inspector General......          12,000           14,000           13,000           14,000           +2,000   ...............          +1,000
    Emergency appropriations                2,000   ...............  ...............  ...............          -2,000   ...............  ...............
     (Public Law 111-5)..........
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Subtotal...................          14,000           14,000           13,000           14,000   ...............  ...............          +1,000
                                  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, National Science           9,492,400        7,045,000        6,936,510        6,916,760       -2,575,640         -128,240          -19,750
       Foundation................
          Appropriations.........      (6,490,400)      (7,045,000)      (6,936,510)      (6,916,760)       (+426,360)       (-128,240)        (-19,750)
          Emergency                    (3,002,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-3,002,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Total, title III, Science..      28,282,088       25,737,154       25,146,964       25,608,914       -2,673,174         -128,240         +461,950
          Appropriations.........     (24,278,088)     (25,737,154)     (25,146,964)     (25,608,914)     (+1,330,826)       (-128,240)       (+461,950)
          Emergency                    (4,004,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............     (-4,004,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
                                  ======================================================================================================================

    TITLE IV--RELATED AGENCIES

Commission on Civil Rights.......           8,800            9,400            9,400            9,400             +600   ...............  ...............
Equal Employment Opportunity              343,925          367,303          367,303          367,303          +23,378   ...............  ...............
 Commission......................
International Trade Commission...          75,100           82,700           82,700           82,700           +7,600   ...............  ...............
Payment to the Legal Services             390,000          435,000          440,000          400,000          +10,000          -35,000          -40,000
 Corporation.....................
Marine Mammal Commission.........           3,200            3,000            3,300            3,250              +50             +250              -50
Office of the U.S. Trade                   47,272           48,326           48,326           48,326           +1,054   ...............  ...............
 Representative..................
State Justice Institute..........           4,100            5,131            5,131            5,000             +900             -131             -131
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Total, title IV, Related            872,397          950,860          956,160          915,979          +43,582          -34,881          -40,181
       Agencies..................
                                  ======================================================================================================================
   TITLE V--GENERAL PROVISIONS

Rescissions......................        -610,600         -367,000         -497,822         -461,000         +149,600          -94,000          +36,822
                                  ======================================================================================================================
      Grand total................      76,101,698       67,183,677       67,196,907       67,492,432       -8,609,266         +308,755         +295,525
          Appropriations.........     (60,505,623)     (67,449,611)     (67,593,663)     (67,827,366)     (+7,321,743)       (+377,755)       (+233,703)
          Overseas contingency     ...............        (101,066)        (101,066)        (126,066)       (+126,066)        (+25,000)        (+25,000)
           operations............
          Emergency                   (16,209,675)  ...............  ...............  ...............    (-16,209,675)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          Rescissions............       (-610,600)       (-367,000)       (-497,822)       (-461,000)       (+149,600)        (-94,000)        (+36,822)
          Rescission of emergency         (-3,000)  ...............  ...............  ...............         (+3,000)  ...............  ...............
           appropriations........
          (By transfer)..........         (88,000)        (163,600)        (113,600)        (113,600)        (+25,600)        (-50,000)  ...............
          (Transfer out).........        (-88,000)       (-163,600)       (-113,600)       (-113,600)        (-25,600)        (+50,000)  ...............
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