[House Document 108-55]
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            A REQUEST FOR 2003 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS

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                             COMMUNICATION

                                  from

                   THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES

                              transmitting

A REQUEST FOR 2003 SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS TO SUPPORT DEPARTMENT OF 
 DEFENSE OPERATIONS IN IRAQ AND TO STRENGTHEN THE CAPABILITIES OF OUR 
     FRIENDS AND ALLIES WHO WILL SHARE THE BURDEN OF MILITARY AND 
                        STABILIZATION ACTIVITIES




   March 25, 2003.--Referred to the Committee on Appropriations and 
                         ordered to be printed
                                           The White House,
                                        Washington, March 25, 2003.
Hon. J. Dennis Hastert,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
Washington, DC.
    Dear Mr. Speaker: On October 16, 2002, I signed into law 
the ``Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq 
Resolution of 2002'' (Public Law 107-243). After condemning 
Saddam Hussein's continued possession of chemical and 
biological weapons, obstruction of inspections, and brutal 
repression of the Iraqi people, the Congress affirmed, ``Iraq 
poses a continuing threat to the national security of the 
United States and international peace and security of the 
Persian Gulf region and remains in material and unacceptable 
breach of its international obligations.''
    Subsequent to enactment of Public Law 107-243, the United 
Nations Security Council unanimously agreed to Resolution 1441 
offering Iraq one final chance to disarm. After more than a 
decade of deceit and defiance, the regime, yet again, failed to 
``fully and unconditionally'' comply. Iraq continues to pose a 
grave danger to global peace and security. The United States 
and our allies must seek to disarm Iraq and liberate the Iraqi 
people, and we will prevail.
    Today, I submit a request for 2003 supplemental 
appropriations to support Department of Defense operations in 
Iraq and to strengthen the capabilities of our friends and 
allies who will share the burden of military and stabilization 
activities. Disarming and liberating Iraq is a first step. This 
request also provides immediate humanitarian relief, support 
for reconstruction, and the development of a free-market 
democracy in Iraq. Finally, the request will enhance the safety 
and well-being of Americans at home and abroad with investments 
managed by the Department of State, the Department of Homeland 
Security, and other agencies.
    This request reflects urgent and essential requirements. 
Much of the funding has been requested with flexible 
authorities. This flexibility will ensure requirements can be 
immediately addressed as they arise despite the unpredictable 
scope, duration, and intensity of operations. I ask the 
Congress to appropriate the funds as requested, and promptly 
send the bill to me for signature. I urge the Congress to 
refrain from attaching items not directly related to the 
emergency at hand.
    This supplemental request provides essential support to 
help guarantee the success and safety of our men and women in 
uniform, to help enhance the security of America and her 
citizens, and to establish an Iraqi nation, free, prospering 
and at peace with its neighbors.
            Sincerely,
                                                    George W. Bush.
                [Estimate No. 4, 108th Cong., 1st Sess.]

                 Executive Office of the President,
                           Office of Management and Budget,
                                    Washington, DC, March 25, 2003.
The President,
The White House.
    Submitted for your consideration are requests for FY 2003 
supplemental appropriations that would provide funds to cover 
military operations, relief and reconstruction activities in 
Iraq, ongoing operations in the global war on terrorism, 
enhancements to the safety of U.S. diplomats and citizens 
abroad, support for U.S. allies critical to succeeding in the 
war, and homeland security protection and response measures.
    You have made the decision to use all necessary means to 
enforce multiple U.N. Security Council Resolutions and 
implement the Joint Congressional Resolution to disarm Iraq. To 
achieve these objectives, enhance security in the United 
States, and support crucial friends and allies, the request for 
supplemental funds includes:
Department of Defense and classified activities
    $62.6 billion is requested to address the costs related to 
military operations against Iraq and sustaining efforts in the 
continuing global war on terrorism. The request includes funds 
for preparatory costs already incurred, the estimated costs 
associated with military operations against Iraq, and 
replenishing munitions that are likely to be expended. The 
proposal also includes funds to support other nations in the 
global war on terrorism.
    The request is built on the key assumption that U.S. 
military action in Iraq will be swift and decisive. We are 
seeking funds in a consolidated emergency response account 
which will allow the maximum flexibility to promptly transfer 
funds as needed to the appropriate agency, service, or account 
as the war advances. The request includes:
            Defense Emergency Response Fund ($59.9 billion)
     At least $53.4 billion for Military Operations in 
Iraq. This amount would cover the costs associated with: the 
mobilization to active duty of Reserve and National Guard 
personnel to support military operations on a full-time basis, 
including pay, travel, per diem, and health care; personnel 
necessary to maintain critical manning at authorized levels and 
special pays, such as Imminent Danger Pay, Family Separation 
Allowance, and Foreign Duty Pay; support for active duty 
military personnel; and, operations, such as incremental flying 
hours, ship steaming days, ground operations, special airlift 
missions, increased associated ship and aircraft maintenance, 
associated logistics support, fuel purchases, base support, and 
reconstruction. These funds also will reimburse accounts used 
for projects completed or underway that were necessary to 
prepare for military action in Iraq.
     Up to $3.7 billion for Munitions Replenishment. 
These funds would be used to replenish munitions expended 
during military operations in Iraq and in the global war on 
terrorism. These funds could be used to replace precision 
munitions, ammunition, and other conventional munitions in 
order to restore inventories to pre-conflict levels.
     At least $1.7 billion for Classified Activities. 
These funds would cover the costs associated with classified 
activities undertaken in Iraq and in the global war on 
terrorism.
     Up to $1.1 billion for Equipment Procurement and 
Research and Development. These funds would be used to develop, 
procure, and upgrade systems necessary to prosecute the global 
war on terrorism, including operations in Iraq. These systems 
include command, control, communications, computer and 
intelligence equipment, chemical and biological detection and 
decontamination gear, targeting devices, and spare and repair 
parts needed to keep pace with increased operational tempo.
            Other Defense Accounts ($2.7 billion)
     $1.4 billion to Support Coalition Partners. These 
funds would assist key cooperating nations supporting military 
operations in Iraq and the global war on terrorism.
     $0.7 billion for Other Programs. These funds would 
cover the costs to repair potential damage to Iraqi oil 
facilities and assure an adequate internal distribution 
infrastructure. Funds would also continue U.S. efforts to 
support Colombia's unified campaign against narcotics 
trafficking and terrorist activities and would continue 
training of the Afghan National Army.
     $0.4 billion for Fuel. This amount would cover the 
increased cost of fuel.
     $0.2 billion for Military Construction. These 
funds would be used to construct facilities in Guantanamo Bay, 
the government's focal point for the processing, interrogation, 
adjudication, and detention of enemy combatants captured in the 
global war on terrorism. The funds also would cover 
construction of taxiways, parking aprons at Air Force 
facilities in the Middle East, and construction of housing and 
facilities for military and civilian personnel of coalition 
partners supporting the global war on terrorism.
Department of State
    $296 million is proposed for necessary operating costs for 
the Department of State, evacuation of U.S. citizens worldwide, 
and assistance for refugees for internally displaced persons 
due to the conflict with Iraq.
     $101 million for Diplomatic and Consular Programs. 
These funds would provide for additional operating costs for 
the Department of State globally, in Iraq, and to enhance 
worldwide security programs.
     $66 million for Emergencies in the Diplomatic and 
Consular Service. These funds would be used to evacuate U.S. 
government employees and private citizens and to provide 
additional services to American citizens should the need arise. 
Funds would be returned to the Treasury if unused by year's 
end.
     $50 million for the U.S. Emergency Refugee and 
Migration Assistance Fund (ERMA). These funds would replenish 
resources to enable this account to respond to urgent, 
unforeseen refugee and migration events. ERMA funds were used 
to support international organizations' prepositioning of 
supplies related to potential conflict.
     $34 million for the Andean Counterdrug Initiative. 
These funds would be used for needed security and counterdrug 
assistance in Colombia.
     $25 million for International Narcotics Control 
and Law Enforcement. These funds would be used for border 
security requirements in Pakistan.
     $20 million for Embassy Security, Construction and 
Maintenance. These funds would be used for immediate temporary 
facilities for State Department and other agency employees in 
Iraq.

International Assistance Programs

    $5.02 billion is requested to support key coalition 
partners in the conflict with Iraq and in the global war on 
terrorism. This request includes:
     $2.1 billion for Foreign Military Financing. These 
funds will strengthen the forces of our partners and allies in 
military and stabilization operations in Iraq and the ongoing 
war on terrorism. $1 billion would be made available for Israel 
to enhance security in light of threats posed by the war with 
Iraq.
     $2.4 billion for the Economic Support Fund (ESF). 
These funds would provide critical economic support to Jordan, 
Turkey, Afghanistan, and Egypt and support educational and 
economic opportunities in the Middle East. In addition, loan 
guarantees will be made available to Israel. Of the total 
requested for ESF, $40 million would reimburse amounts used to 
preposition relief and reconstruction supplies and services 
prior to the conflict.
     $0.2 billion for Peacekeeping Operations. These 
funds would assist coalition partners and front line states 
supporting operations in Iraq, including funding for follow on 
stabilization activities.
     $150 million for the United States Emergency Fund 
for Complex Foreign Crises. This contingency fund would be used 
for a range of unforeseen needs including support for 
stabilization operations in Iraq. Use of this Fund would 
require a Presidential determination that a complex emergency 
exists and that it is in the national interest to use the Fund 
to respond to it.
     $120 million for International Disaster Assistance 
($80 million) and Child Survival and Health Programs Fund ($40 
million). These resources would reimburse these accounts for 
funds used to preposition people, supplies, and commodities 
prior to the conflict with Iraq.
     $28 million for Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, 
Demining and Related Programs. These funds would be used in 
Afghanistan for antiterrorism training, protection equipment, 
and demining, and for antiterrorism training programs in other 
countries.
     $22 million for Operating Expenses of the Agency 
for International Development (USAID). These funds would help 
cover the cost of potential evacuations of USAID personnel, 
fund start-up costs for USAID operations in Iraq, and help 
cover costs of the USAID Inspector General for auditing 
reconstruction and relief activities in Iraq.

Broadcasting Board of Governors

     $30.5 million for International Broadcasting 
Operations. These funds would be used to accelerate Middle East 
Television Network start-up and increase radio broadcasting to 
Iraq.

Homeland Security Requirements

    $4.25 billion is proposed to address Homeland Security 
requirements, which includes:
     $3.5 billion for the Department of Homeland 
Security. This would provide $1.5 billion for prevention and 
response operations of departmental agencies, such as increased 
border and maritime operations, including Coast Guard support 
of the Department of Defense; and $2.0 billion for Office for 
Domestic Preparedness assistance to state and local governments 
to support federally-coordinated terrorism prevention and 
security enhancements at this time of heightened threat, and 
terrorism preparedness for first responders.
     $500.0 million for the Department of Justice. 
These funds would support immediate and emerging terrorism-
related prevention and response requirements, including 
additional intelligence and investigative activities.
     $250.0 million for the Executive Office of the 
President's Emergency Response Fund. These funds would support 
immediate and emerging terrorism-related prevention and 
response requirements throughout the federal government.
    Specific homeland security requirements must be flexible 
enough to meet emerging threats or respond to attacks, so 
precise allocation of these funds cannot be determined in 
advance. Congressional notification would be provided 15 days 
prior to any anticipated allocation of funds.

Executive Office of the President (EXOP)

     $2.4 billion is requested for EXOP for Relief and 
Reconstruction in Iraq. This request would fund a new flexible 
account focused on Iraq relief and reconstruction. $1.7 billion 
is requested to support reconstruction in the areas of health, 
water/sanitation, education, electricity, transportation, 
telecommunications, rule of law/governance, economic and 
financial policy, and agriculture. $543 million is requested 
for humanitarian assistance to refugees, internally displaced 
persons, and vulnerable individuals, including humanitarian 
demining in and around Iraq. In addition, up to $200 million 
will be available to replenish accounts drawn down to buy 
emergency food stocks for the Iraqi people. Flexible 
authorities for this account will allow quick transfer of funds 
to all agencies involved in relief and reconstruction as 
requirements are defined. These funds are in addition to 
reimbursements for costs already incurred to preposition relief 
supplies. The total commitment of resources for Iraq relief and 
reconstruction is approximately $3.5 billion. This includes 
funds made available under the DoD heading for oil field 
repair, contingency accounts, and reimbursement for pre-
positioning supplies.
     Additional funding for the Executive Office of the 
President is discussed under Homeland Security Requirements.

Legislative Branch

     $125 million is requested for the Legislative 
Branch. These funds would support immediate and emerging 
terrorism-related prevention and response requirements 
throughout the Legislative Branch.
    I have carefully reviewed these proposals and am satisfied 
that they are necessary at this time. Therefore, I join the 
heads of the affected Departments and agencies in recommending 
you transmit the proposals to the Congress.
            Sincerely,
                                   Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr.
                                                          Director.

                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                       Operation and Maintenance


                OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE-WIDE

    For an additional amount for ``Operation and Maintenance, 
Defense-Wide,'' to remain available until expended, 
$1,400,000,000, which may be used, notwithstanding any other 
provision of law, for payments to Pakistan, Jordan, and other 
key cooperating nations, for logistical and military-related 
support provided, or to be provided, to the United States in 
connection with military action in Iraq and the global war on 
terrorism: Provided, That such payments may be made in such 
amounts as the Secretary of Defense, with concurrence of the 
Secretary of State and in consultation with the Director of the 
Office of Management and Budget, may determine, in his 
discretion, and such determination is final and conclusive upon 
the accounting officers of the United States.
    This request would fund payments to key cooperating nations 
(e.g., Pakistan, Jordan) providing logistical and military 
support to U.S. military operations in Iraq and in connection 
with the global war on terrorism. This request includes $1.3 
billion for payments to coalition countries participating in or 
providing military, logistical, or other support for military 
operations in Afghanistan and $0.1 billion for military 
operations in Iraq. Such support includes transportation into 
the theater, providing supplies to coalition forces in the 
theater, and helping coalition forces with communications 
support.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                       Operation and Maintenance


         DRUG INTERDICTION AND COUNTER-DRUG ACTIVITIES, DEFENSE

    For an additional amount for ``Drug Interdiction and 
Counter-Drug Activities, Defense,'' $34,000,000: Provided, That 
the Secretary of Defense may transfer the funds provided herein 
only to appropriations for military personnel; operation and 
maintenance; procurement; and research, development, test, and 
evaluation: Provided further, That the funds transferred shall 
be merged with and shall be available for the same purposes and 
for the same time period, as the appropriation to which 
transferred: Provided further, That the transfer authority 
provided in this paragraph is in addition to any other transfer 
authority available to the Department of Defense: Provided 
further, That upon a determination that all or part of the 
funds transferred from this appropriation are not necessary for 
the purposes provided herein, such amounts may be transferred 
back to this appropriation.
    This request would fund increased operational tempo in 
Colombia's unified campaign against narcotics trafficking and 
terrorist activities.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                       Operation and Maintenance


                    DEFENSE EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND

    For an additional amount for ``Defense Emergency Response 
Fund,'' $59,863,200,000, to remain available until expended, of 
which notwithstanding any other provision of law, amounts shall 
be available as follows:
          (1) at least $53,346,000,000 for military operations 
        in Iraq and the global war on terrorism;
          (2) up to $3,700,000,000 to replenish munitions 
        expended for military operations in Iraq and the global 
        war on terrorism;
          (3) up to $1,050,200,000 for research, development, 
        testing, and evaluation (RDT&E), and procurement of 
        equipment necessary to engage in military operations in 
        Iraq and the global war on terrorism;
          (4) at least $1,717,000,000 for classified programs, 
        in addition to amounts provided herein for RDT&E and 
        procurement; and
          (5) not to exceed $50,000,000, to remain available 
        until September 30, 2003, to support the military 
        operations or activities of foreign nations in 
        furtherance of the global war on terrorism, including 
        equipment, supplies, services, and funding on such 
        terms as the Secretary of Defense, with the concurrence 
        of the Secretary of State, may determine:
Provided, That the Secretary of Defense may transfer the funds 
provided herein to appropriations for military personnel; 
operation and maintenance; Overseas Humanitarian, Disaster 
Assistance, and Civic Aid; procurement; research, development, 
test and evaluation; military construction; the Defense Health 
Program; and working capital funds: Provided further, That the 
funds transferred shall be merged with and shall be available 
for the same purposes and for the same time period, as the 
appropriation to which transferred: Provided further, That the 
transfer authority provided in this paragraph is in addition to 
any other transfer authority available to the Department of 
Defense: Provided further, That the Secretary of Defense shall 
submit a report no later than 30 days after the end of each 
fiscal quarter to the Defense Oversight Committees of the 
details of any transfer of funds from the ``Defense Emergency 
Response Fund'': Provided further, That upon a determination 
that all or part of the funds transferred from this 
appropriation are not necessary for the purposes provided 
herein, such amounts may be transferred back to this 
appropriation.
    This request would fund personnel, personnel support, and 
other support costs of military operations in Iraq and the 
global war on terrorism. Appropriating the funding in the 
Defense Emergency Response Fund (DERF), with its own transfer 
authority, would provide the flexibility to allocate resources 
to Components on a timely basis despite the unpredictable 
scope, duration, and intensity of these military operations. 
The Department of Defense (DoD) will continue to track the 
funding separately to ensure proper accounting for the costs of 
the war.
    This request includes almost $53.4 billion to cover the 
costs associated with: the mobilization to active duty of 
Reserve and National Guard personnel to support military 
operations on a full time basis, including pay, travel, per 
diem, and health care; personnel necessary to maintain critical 
manning at authorized levels and special pays, such as Imminent 
Danger Pay, Family Separation Allowance, and Foreign Duty Pay; 
support for active duty military personnel; and operations, 
such as incremental flying hours, ship steaming days, ground 
operations, special airlift missions, increased associated ship 
and aircraft maintenance, associated logistics support, fuel 
purchases, base support, and reconstruction. These funds also 
will reimburse accounts used for projects completed or underway 
that were necessary to prepare for military action in Iraq.
    The request also includes up to $3.7 billion to replenish 
munitions expended or expected to be expended as a result of 
actual operations in Iraq, training, and related activities in 
the global war on terrorism. The funding would replenish 
inventories and could include precision-guided weapons such as 
the Laser Guided Bomb, Joint Standoff Weapon, Javelin, TOW, 
Army Tactical Missile System, Multiple Launch Rocket System, 
Patriot, and conventional ammunition, which could include bomb 
bodies, small and medium caliber ammunition, tank ammunition, 
mortars, artillery, rockets, and others as necessary.
    The request includes up to $1.1 billion for procurement and 
research, development, test, and evaluation requirements to 
support military operations in Iraq. These funds would cover 
critical requirements, such as command, control, 
communications, computer and intelligence equipment, chemical 
and biological detection and decontamination gear, targeting 
devices, and spares and repair parts needed to keep pace with 
increased operational tempo.
    The request includes at least $1.7 billion for classified 
programs, which will be further described in the classified 
annex to this request.
    In addition, the request would fund distribution of 
humanitarian daily rations. Further, it would fund the repair 
and maintenance of work consistent with the terms of the Oman 
Access Agreement for U.S. caused damages to Thumrait and 
Masirah airports.
    This DERF language also authorizes DoD, with the 
concurrence of the Secretary of State, to use up to $50 million 
of the amount appropriated to the DERF for the limited purpose 
of supporting military operations or activities of foreign 
nations in furtherance of the global war on terrorism. The 
provision would permit DoD to respond to immediate requirements 
to support foreign military forces by sustaining their 
personnel and logistical operations in order to ensure that 
these forces can continue to engage effectively and 
cooperatively in military operations and activities that 
advance U.S. military objectives in the global war on 
terrorism. The provision complements the Department of State's 
international security assistance program, which is designed to 
meet peacetime requirements. The provision would enable DoD to 
support foreign forces rapidly, in response to emerging, 
unanticipated emergency requirements. The requirement for the 
concurrence of the Secretary of State ensures that the 
implementation of this authority is exercised in a manner 
consistent with and supportive of other foreign assistance 
programs.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                       Operation and Maintenance



                NATURAL RESOURCES RISK REMEDIATION FUND


    For expenses necessary to address emergency fire fighting, 
repair of damage to oil facilities and related infrastructure 
and preserve a distribution capability, $489,300,000, to remain 
available until expended: Provided, That the Secretary of 
Defense may accept from any person, foreign government, or 
international organization, and credit to this fund, any 
contribution of money for such purposes: Provided, That the 
Secretary of Defense may transfer these funds to other 
appropriations or funds of the Department of Defense to carry 
out such purposes, or to reimburse such appropriations or funds 
for expenses incurred for such purposes: Provided further, That 
funds so transferred shall be merged with and shall be 
available for the same purposes and for the same time period as 
the appropriation or fund to which transferred: Provided 
further, That the transfer authority provided in this paragraph 
is in addition to any other transfer authority available to the 
Department of Defense: Provided further, That upon a 
determination that all or part of the funds transferred from 
this appropriation are not necessary for the purposes provided, 
such amounts may be transferred back to this appropriation. 
    This request would provide funds for emergency fire 
fighting, repair to damaged oil facilities, and to preserve or 
rebuild the fuel distribution system.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                         Military Construction


                      MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, NAVY

    For an additional amount for ``Military Construction, 
Navy,'' $48,100,000, to remain available until expended. 
    This request would fund military construction projects in 
Guantanamo Bay, the worldwide focal point of the U.S. 
government for processing, interrogation, adjudication, and 
detention of enemy combatants captured in the global war on 
terrorism. Additional facilities are required for military 
commissions, the Criminal Investigation Task Force, a sensitive 
compartmented information facility, isolation and interrogation 
facilities, and berthing (metal panel huts) to house all guard 
and security forces.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                         Military Construction


                    MILITARY CONSTRUCTION, AIR FORCE

    For an additional amount for ``Military Construction, Air 
Force,'' $129,400,000, to remain available until expended.
    This request would fund the planning, design, and 
construction of several Air Force facilities: planning and 
design ($5.1 million); construction of a parallel taxiway 
($25.0 million) and a C-130 aircraft parking apron ($11.0 
million) at classified locations; the construction of an 
explosive ordinance pad at Diego Garcia ($3.2 million); and the 
construction of headquarters, billeting, medical, dining, and 
related facilities for military and civilian representatives of 
coalition partners supporting operations in Iraq ($85.1 
million).
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                     Revolving and Management Funds


                     DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUNDS

    For an additional amount for ``Defense Working Capital 
Funds,'' $430,000,000. 
    This request would provide for increased cost of fuel 
required to support military units and operations.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


                           General Provisions

    Sec. ____. Under the heading, ``Operation and Maintenance, 
Defense-Wide,'' in title II of the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 107-248), strike 
``$25,000,000'' and insert ``$50,000,000''. Section 166a of 
title 10, United States Code, is amended by striking 
``$7,000,000'' in subsection (e)(1)(A) and inserting 
``$15,000,000''; by striking ``$1,000,000'' in subsection 
(e)(1)(B) and inserting ``$10,000,000''; and by striking 
``$2,000,000'' in subsection (e)(1)(C) and inserting 
``$10,000,000''.
    This section would provide the Secretary of Defense with 
additional authority for the CINC Initiative Fund (CIF) in 
order to support unforeseen low-cost, high-benefit initiatives 
that enhance joint warfighting capabilities in support of 
military operations in Iraq and the global war on terrorism. 
This provision recognizes that the environment in which today's 
combatant commanders operate is vastly different from that 
which existed prior to the global war on terrorism and the 
military operations against Iraq. The pace and type of current 
operations are such that requests for funding support for 
emergent/unforeseen needs by the combatant commanders have 
increased in number and amount. Increased CIF authority is 
needed immediately to reduce these risks to our soldiers, 
sailors, marines, and airmen.
    Sec. ____. Under the heading, ``Operation and Maintenance, 
Defense-Wide,'' in title II of the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 107-248), strike 
``$34,500,000'' and insert ``$69,000,000''.
    This section would also provide the Secretary of Defense 
with additional authority for extraordinary and emergency 
expenses, which cannot be anticipated, in order to support 
emergent requirements associated with Iraq and the ongoing war 
on terrorism.
    Sec. ____. (a) Availability of Amounts for Military 
Construction Relating to Terrorism._Amounts made available to 
the Department of Defense from funds appropriated in this Act 
may be used to carry out military construction projects, not 
otherwise authorized by law, that the Secretary of Defense 
determines are necessary to respond to or protect against acts 
or threatened acts of terrorism.
    (b) Notice to Congress.--Not later than 15 days before 
obligating amounts available under subsection (a) for military 
construction projects referred to in that subsection, the 
Secretary shall notify the appropriate committees of Congress 
of the following:
          (1) the determination to use such amounts for the 
        project; and
          (2) the estimated cost of the project and the 
        accompanying Form 1391.
    (c) Appropriate Committees of Congress Defined.--In this 
section the term ``appropriate committees of Congress'' has the 
meaning given that term in section 2801(c)(4) of title 10, 
United States Code.
    This would provide authority for the Department of Defense 
to undertake military construction projects with the 
requirement that the Congress be provided with a description 
and cost estimate 15 days before obligating the amounts.
    Sec. ____. Section 8005 of the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 107-248), is amended by 
striking ``$2,000,000,000'', and inserting ``2.5 percent of the 
total amount appropriated in the Department of Defense 
Appropriations Act, 2003 (Public Law 107-248)''; and by 
deleting the fourth proviso.
    This section would provide the Secretary of Defense with 
additional general transfer authority, critical flexibility 
necessary to respond to emerging requirements particularly in 
Iraq, and would remove the deadline for submitting notification 
of multiple reprogrammings to the Congress, giving the 
Department of Defense more time to assess mid-year changes in 
priorities.
    Sec. ____. In addition to amounts made available elsewhere 
in this Act for the Department of Defense, $165,000,000 is 
appropriated to the Department of Defense to reimburse 
applicable appropriations for the value of drawdown support 
provided by the Department of Defense under the Afghanistan 
Freedom Support Act of 2002: Provided, That this appropriation 
shall not increase the limitation set forth in section 202(b) 
of that Act: Provided further, That the Secretary of Defense 
may transfer the funds provided herein to the applicable 
appropriations of the Department of Defense: Provided further, 
That the funds transferred shall be merged with and shall be 
available for the same purposes and for the same time period as 
the appropriation to which transferred: Provided further, That 
the transfer authority provided in this section is in addition 
to any other transfer authority available to the Department of 
Defense.
    This provision would allow DoD to reimburse the Services 
for a drawdown of $165.0 million under the Afghanistan Freedom 
Support Act (AFSA) of 2002. This drawdown was necessary to 
support emergent requirements for training and equipping the 
Afghan National Army (ANA) ($150.0 million); to build a bridge 
between Tajikistan and Afghanistan ($8.0 million); and to 
assist Jordan in its operations in Afghanistan ($7.0 million). 
Under the authority of AFSA, the Military Services reduced 
their training and exercise accounts, as a means for DoD to 
absorb the ANA requirement. The $165.0 million would be used to 
restore funds drawn down from the Services' FY 2003 Operation 
and Maintenance appropriations in the amount of $35.0 million 
from the Army, $75.0 million from the Navy, and $55.0 million 
from the Air Force.
    Sec. ____. Funds appropriated in this Act, or made 
available by the transfer of funds in or pursuant to this Act, 
for intelligence activities are deemed to be specifically 
authorized by the Congress for purposes of section 504 of the 
National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 414).
    This section provides that funds appropriated by this Act, 
or made available by transfer of funds in this Act, for 
intelligence activities are deemed to be specifically 
authorized by the Congress for purposes of section 504 of the 
National Security Act of 1947 (50 U.S.C. 414).
    Sec. ____. During fiscal year 2003, amounts in or credited 
to the Defense Cooperation Account under 10 U.S.C. 2608(b) 
shall be available for obligation and expenditure consistent 
with the purposes for which such amounts were contributed and 
accepted: Provided further, That such amounts shall be 
available for transfer by the Secretary of Defense to such 
appropriations or funds of the Department of Defense as he 
shall determine, and be available for the same period as the 
appropriation to which transferred: Provided further, That this 
transfer authority is in addition to any other transfer 
authority available to the Department of Defense: Provided 
further, That the Secretary of Defense shall report to the 
Congress quarterly all transfers made pursuant to this 
authority. 
    Pursuant to the statute establishing the Defense 
Cooperation Account (10 U.S.C. 2608), funds in the Defense 
Cooperation Account may be obligated or expended only to the 
extent and in the manner provided in subsequent appropriations 
Acts. This proposal would provide the necessary appropriation 
for the remainder of this fiscal year.
    Sec. ____. Of the amounts available to the Department of 
Defense, (1) $63,500,000 may be used to reimburse applicable 
appropriations for the value of support provided by the 
Department of Defense under the Iraq Liberation Act of 1998: 
Provided, That this appropriation shall not increase the 
limitation set forth in section (4)(a)(2)(B) of that Act; and
    (2) not to exceed $150,000,000 to remain available until 
September 30, 2003, may be used to support indigenous forces 
assisting United States military operations or activities 
relating to the global war on terrorism, on such terms and 
conditions as the Secretary of Defense, with the concurrence of 
the Secretary of State, may determine: Provided, That such 
support may include equipment, supplies, services, and funding: 

Provided further, That the Secretary of Defense shall provide 
quarterly reports on the use of these funds to the Committees 
on Appropriations: Provided further, That the Secretary of 
Defense may transfer the funds provided herein to the 
applicable appropriations of the Department of Defense: 
Provided further, That the funds transferred shall be merged 
with and shall be available for the same purposes and for the 
same time period as the appropriation to which transferred: 
Provided further, That the transfer authority provided in this 
section is in addition to any other transfer authority 
available to the Department of Defense. 
    In addition, section (4)(a)(2) of the Iraq Liberation Act 
of 1998 is amended by adding the following new subparagraph at 
the end: 
          ``(C) The aggregate value (as defined in section 
        644(m) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961) of 
        assistance provided under this paragraph may not exceed 
        $150,000,000 in fiscal year 2003.''
    The first provision would authorize reimbursement funding 
from DoD to the Services for $63.5 million under the Iraq 
Liberation Act of 1998. This support was necessary to address 
emergent requirements for training and equipping the Free Iraqi 
Forces (FIF). The Military Services reduced their training and 
exercise accounts as a means for DoD to absorb the FIF 
requirement. The $63.5 million would be used to restore the 
drawdown of $29.0 million from the Army, $11.0 million from the 
Navy, $23.4 million from the Air Force, and $0.1 million from 
the FY 2003 Operation and Maintenance, Defense-Wide 
appropriation (required for the Special Operations Command).
    The second provision would make up to $150 million of funds 
appropriated to DoD available for support to indigenous forces 
that assist U.S. military forces in carrying out military 
operations or activities, including those in furtherance of the 
global war on terrorism, and activities necessary to prepare 
for participation in active military operations. The term 
``indigenous forces,'' as used in this provision, refers to 
irregular forces and resistance movements that act in concert 
with U.S. military forces during U.S. military operations. 
Indigenous forces generally conduct military and para-military 
operations in enemy-held or hostile territory and conduct 
direct offensive low-visibility, covert, or clandestine 
operations.
    The provision complements existing authorities under which 
the Department of State administers the foreign security 
assistance program in support of sovereign nations. Those 
authorities permit the acquisition or transfer of defense 
articles and services to foreign nations in order to facilitate 
their self-defense and participation in multinational security 
efforts. The proposed provision is designed to provide distinct 
authority to support foreign indigenous forces rapidly in 
response to emerging, unanticipated emergency requirements that 
arise with increasing frequency in the current wartime security 
environment. The provision would clarify DoD's authority to 
promote military cooperation in the global war on terrorism or 
other urgent military operations or activities by sustaining 
friendly indigenous forces through flexible military assistance 
that includes funding the operation and maintenance and 
personnel costs of these forces. The requirement that the 
Secretary of State concur with the implementation of this 
authority ensures that the temporary, emergency authority will 
be exercised in a manner consistent with and supportive of 
foreign assistance programs.
    The last provision amends Section 4 of the Iraq Liberation 
Act of 1998 to permit DoD to draw down up to $150 million of 
DoD's appropriations.
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    Sec. ____. Expanded Use of Cooperative Threat Reduction 
Funds.
    (a) In General._(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of 
law, during fiscal years 2003 and 2004 the President may use 
Cooperative Threat Reduction funds, including Cooperative 
Threat Reduction funds for a prior fiscal year that remain 
available for obligation as of the date of the enactment of 
this Act, for proliferation threat reduction projects and 
activities outside the states of the former Soviet Union if the 
President determines that such projects and activities will: 
(A) assist the United States in the resolution of critical 
emerging proliferation threats; or (B) permit the United States 
to take advantage of opportunities to achieve long-standing 
nonproliferation goals. 
    (2) The amount that may be obligated under paragraph (1) in 
each fiscal year for projects and activities described in that 
paragraph may not exceed $50,000,000.
    (b) Authorized Uses of Funds._The authority under 
subsection (a) to use Cooperative Threat Reduction funds for a 
project or activity includes authority to provide equipment, 
goods, and services for the project or activity. 
    This provision would authorize the President to use each 
fiscal year up to $50 million in Cooperative Threat Reduction 
funds outside the states of the former Soviet Union, including 
Iraq, if the President determines such funds would assist the 
United States resolve critical emerging proliferation threats 
or otherwise would permit the United States to take advantage 
of opportunities or requirements, including those related to 
the Global War on Terrorism, to achieve long-standing 
nonproliferation goals. Existing law limits the use of such 
funds to the states of the former Soviet Union. The provision 
would allow the President to provide equipment, goods, and 
services for a project or activity. To the extent possible, 
such assistance will be provided to the recipient states 
pursuant to international agreements with terms similar to 
those in existing international agreements concerning the 
provision of Cooperative Threat Reduction assistance to states 
of the former Soviet Union.
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                         DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE


                         General Administration


                         COUNTERTERRORISM FUND

    For an additional amount for necessary expenses, as 
determined by the Attorney General, $500,000,000, to remain 
available until December 31, 2003, to reimburse the 
appropriation for any Department of Justice organization for: 
(1) the costs incurred in reestablishing the operational 
capability of an office or facility which has been damaged or 
destroyed as a result of any domestic or international 
terrorist incident; and (2) the costs of providing support to 
counter, investigate or prosecute domestic or international 
terrorism, including payment of rewards in connection with 
these activities: Provided, That any Federal agency may be 
reimbursed for the costs of detaining in foreign countries 
individuals accused of acts of terrorism that violate the laws 
of the United States: Provided further, That the Attorney 
General shall notify the Committees on Appropriations of the 
Senate and House of Representatives 15 days prior to obligation 
of any amount of these funds.
    This request would provide funding for immediate or 
emerging terrorism-related prevention and response requirements 
in the Department of Justice. Funding would be used to 
reimburse the Federal Bureau of Investigation for expenditures 
related to increased intelligence support and law enforcement 
investigations, and to the United States Marshals Service for 
protective measures, and for other activities.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                   Administration of Foreign Affairs


                    DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR PROGRAMS

    For an additional amount for ``Diplomatic and Consular 
Programs,'' $101,420,000: Provided, That funds appropriated by 
this paragraph shall be available notwithstanding section 15 of 
the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956, as amended.
    This request would provide $101.4 million for the 
Diplomatic and Consular Programs. The funds are essential to 
advance Department operations and programs related to Iraq and 
the war on terrorism.
    The activities funded include $5.0 million for Task Force 
Surge Support operations for the Office of the Secretary, 
Foreign Emergency Support Team and 24/7 task forces; $17.9 
million for initial and secondary stage setup and operating 
costs for re-opening the embassy in Baghdad; $17.9 million for 
additional diplomatic security programs for operations in 
Baghdad, temporary duty staffing (TDY), physical security, 
technical security equipment, armored cars and local guards; 
$15.6 million for medical services including emergency medical 
supplies, chemical and biological antidotes, anthrax and 
smallpox vaccines, white powder evaluations and medical 
training not provided for in FY 2003; $10.0 million for 
worldwide security upgrades to increase the number of local 
guards, fund chemical and biological countermeasures including 
masks, suits and detection equipment, intelligence specialists, 
TDY teams to posts, armored vehicles and domestic security; and 
$35.0 million for Consular Affairs requirements, including 
emergency operations and possible Machine Readable Visa fee 
shortfalls.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                   Administration of Foreign Affairs


             EMBASSY SECURITY, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

    For an additional amount for ``Embassy Security, 
Construction and Maintenance,'' $20,000,000: Provided, That 
funds appropriated by this paragraph shall be available 
notwithstanding section 15 of the State Department Basic 
Authorities Act of 1956, as amended.
    This request would provide an additional $20 million for 
the Embassy Security, Construction and Maintenance account. 
These funds are essential to provide safe, secure, and 
functional temporary facilities in Iraq.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                   Administration of Foreign Affairs


           EMERGENCIES IN THE DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR SERVICE

    For an additional amount for ``Emergencies in the 
Diplomatic and Consular Service,'' $65,708,000, of which 
$32,369,000 for transportation costs of American citizens and 
$14,600,000 for employee subsistence allowances shall remain 
available until September 30, 2003: Provided, That funds 
appropriated by this paragraph shall be available 
notwithstanding section 15 of the State Department Basic 
Authorities Act of 1956, as amended.
    The request would ensure that sufficient reserves are 
available to fund the transportation and associated costs of 
evacuating U.S. government employees, their families, and 
private American citizens, and to provide additional services 
to American citizens abroad should the need arise. Funding for 
American citizen transportation costs and employee subsistence 
allowances for U.S. government employees evacuated from their 
posts would be provided through September 30, 2003, to be 
available if needed for any requirements arising from the 
conflict with Iraq. The funds are to be returned to the 
Treasury if not required.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                                 Other


     UNITED STATES EMERGENCY REFUGEE AND MIGRATION ASSISTANCE FUND

    For an additional amount for ``United States Emergency 
Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund,'' $50,000,000, to remain 
until expended, notwithstanding section 2(c)(2) of the 
Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962, as amended (22 
U.S.C. 2601(c)(2)).
    This request would replenish funds for urgent, unforeseen 
refugee and migration events. Humanitarian requirements related 
to the situation in Iraq have drawn down the balances in the 
Fund. It is critical for the United States to have sufficient 
funding to provide front-line, life-saving responses to 
humanitarian emergencies worldwide.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                                 Other


          INTERNATIONAL NARCOTICS CONTROL AND LAW ENFORCEMENT

    For an additional amount for ``International Narcotics 
Control and Law Enforcement,'' $25,000,000.
    This request would fund border security equipment 
maintenance and upgrades and law enforcement capacity building 
in Pakistan to improve nation-wide efforts related to the war 
on terrorism.
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                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE


                                 Other


                     ANDEAN COUNTERDRUG INITIATIVE

    For an additional amount for the ``Andean Counterdrug 
Initiative,'' $34,000,000.
    This request would provide funding to Colombia to support 
extension of police authority to areas of the country that 
currently have little or no law enforcement presence, enhanced 
presidential security, bomb squad equipment, and for the 
unified campaign against narcotics and terrorism.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                   International Security Assistance


                         ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUND

    For an additional amount for ``Economic Support Fund,'' 
$2,442,000,000, of which the amounts specified herein shall be 
available as follows: (1) $300,000,000, to remain available 
until September 30, 2005, only for grants for Egypt: Provided, 
That during the period beginning March 1, 2003 and ending 
September 30, 2005, loan guarantees may be made to Egypt, the 
principal amount, any part of which is to be guaranteed, not to 
exceed $2,000,000,000: Provided further, That no appropriations 
are available for the subsidy costs for these loan guarantees: 
Provided further, That the Government of Egypt will incur all 
the costs, as defined in section 502 of the Federal Credit 
Reform Act of 1990, as amended, associated with these loan 
guarantees, including any non-payment exposure risk: Provided 
further, That all fees associated with these loan guarantees 
shall be paid by the Government of Egypt to the Government of 
the United States: Provided further, That funds made available 
for assistance to Egypt under chapter 4 of Part II of the 
Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, may be utilized by 
the Government of Egypt to pay such fees to the United States 
Government: Provided further: That up to $379,600,000 in funds 
appropriated under this heading in prior foreign operations, 
export financing, and related programs appropriations acts for 
Egypt, including funds provided as Commodity Import Program 
assistance, may be made available on a grant basis as a cash 
transfer. (2) $1,000,000,000, to remain available until 
September 30, 2005, only for grants for Turkey: Provided, That 
during the period beginning March 1, 2003 and ending September 
30, 2005, direct loans or loan guarantees may be made to 
Turkey, the principal amount of direct loans or loans, any part 
of which is to be guaranteed, not to exceed $8,500,000,000: 
Provided further, That no appropriations are available for the 
subsidy costs for these loans or loan guarantees: Provided 
further, That the Government of Turkey will incur all the 
costs, as defined in section 502 of the Federal Credit Reform 
Act of 1990, as amended, associated with these loans or loan 
guarantees, including any non-payment exposure risk: Provided 
further, That all fees associated with these loans or loan 
guarantees shall be paid by the Government of Turkey to the 
Government of the United States: Provided further, That funds 
made available for assistance to Turkey under chapter 4 of Part 
II of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, may be 
utilized by the Government of Turkey to pay such fees to the 
United States Government; Further, the President shall 
determine the terms and conditions for issuing the economic 
assistance authorized in paragraphs (1) and (2). If the 
President determines that these terms and conditions have been 
breached, the President may suspend or terminate the provision 
of all or part of such economic assistance not yet outlayed 
under this heading. 
    This request for $2,442 million for the Economic Support 
Fund (ESF) would provide economic and development assistance to 
countries that are invaluable coalition partners in the effort 
to disarm and stabilize Iraq and in the war against terrorism.
    $1 billion would be provided for Turkey in the form of 
grants. A portion of this amount may be used by Turkey to pay 
fees to cover the budget cost of up to $8.5 billion in direct 
loans or loan guarantees to help Turkey in carrying out 
comprehensive economic and financial reforms and relieving 
potential balance of payments needs that may result from 
hostilities in Iraq.
    $700 million would be provided for Jordan as budget support 
to help offset the economic dislocation and hardship brought on 
by a conflict with Iraq. Approximately $250 million will be 
used to address Jordan's most pressing budgetary needs and debt 
service obligations, and $450 million will be used to help 
Jordan in its transition from economic dependence on Iraq.
    $300 million would be provided for Egypt to help offset 
economic dislocation and hardship brought on by a conflict with 
Iraq. A portion of this amount may be used by Egypt to pay fees 
to cover the budget costs of up to $2 billion in loan 
guarantees for Egypt, subject to the terms and conditions that 
the President decides.
    $127 million would be provided for Afghanistan to promote 
secure conditions preventing the return of terrorism to 
Afghanistan: $60 million for continued reconstruction of the 
Kabul-Kandahar-Herat highway; $50 million for operational 
support; and $17 million for technical and material assistance 
to support Afghanistan's political rehabilitation as outlined 
in the Bonn Agreement.
    $200 million would be provided for the Muslim Outreach and 
Middle East Partnership Initiative. These funds would support 
educational and economic opportunities in the Muslim and Arab 
world, as well as public diplomacy and other outreach programs 
to the Muslim world.
    $50 million would be provided for direct support to reduce 
terrorism and support the peace process in the West Bank and 
Gaza.
    $40 million would be provided to reimburse the account for 
funds provided to pre-position people, supplies, and 
commodities prior to the conflict with Iraq.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                   International Security Assistance


                   FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM

    For an additional amount for the ``Foreign Military 
Financing Program,'' $2,059,100,000: Provided, That funds 
appropriated by this paragraph shall be available 
notwithstanding section 10 of Public Law 91-672 and section 15 
of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956.
    This request would provide resources that are urgently 
needed for Afghanistan, Israel, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, 
Pakistan, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, 
Lithuania, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Djibouti, the 
Philippines, Colombia, and other related needs. These funds 
would be used immediately to strengthen the forces of our 
partners and allies in operations in Iraq and the ongoing war 
against terrorism, by providing vitally needed equipment, 
supplies and training, such as radios for communication, night 
vision goggles, vehicles for mobility, spare parts and 
maintenance for vehicles and aircraft, radar for air traffic 
control, and small unit basic and operational training. The 
request includes the following:
    $1.0 billion would be provided to Israel to strengthen 
military and civil defenses against regional threats.
    $406 million would be provided for Jordan to meet border 
security requirements and to upgrade fighter aircraft and 
airbases.
    $175 million would be provided to Pakistan to provide 
improved capabilities for border security in the fight against 
terrorism, for monitoring equipment, aircraft procurement and 
refurbishment, and surveillance radar systems.
    $170 million would be provided to Afghanistan to provide 
training, equipment, and base construction urgently needed for 
the Afghan National Army.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                   International Security Assistance


                        PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS

    For an additional amount for ``Peacekeeping Operations,'' 
$200,000,000.
    This request would provide an additional $200 million for 
the State Department's Peacekeeping Operations programs related 
to Iraq. These funds would be used to assist coalition partners 
and cooperative Front Line States to support critical 
stabilization activities in post-conflict Iraq.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                   International Security Assistance



        UNITED STATES EMERGENCY FUND FOR COMPLEX FOREIGN CRISES


    For necessary expenses to enable the President to respond 
to unforeseen complex foreign crises, $150,000,000: Provided, 
That funds appropriated under this heading may be made 
available only pursuant to a determination by the President 
that it is in the national interest to furnish assistance on 
such terms and conditions as he may determine for the purpose 
of responding to such crises, including support for peace and 
humanitarian intervention operations: Provided further, That 
none of the funds appropriated under this heading shall be 
available to respond to natural disasters: Provided further, 
That for funds appropriated under this heading the President 
may make allocations to Federal agencies to carry out the 
authorities provided under this heading: Provided further, That 
funds appropriated by this paragraph shall be made available 
notwithstanding section 10 of Public Law 91-672 and section 15 
of the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956: Provided 
further, That the President may furnish assistance under this 
heading notwithstanding any other provision of law.
    This request would provide resources to quickly and 
effectively respond to complex foreign crises. Given the 
evolving situation with Iraq, the availability of these 
contingent funds is key to responding to unforeseen needs and 
requirements. These funds could be used for a range of foreign 
assistance activities, including support for unanticipated 
stabilization and humanitarian operations related to Iraq. Use 
of these funds would require a determination by the President 
that a complex emergency exists and that it is in the national 
interest to furnish assistance in response. This request would 
not fund assistance activities in response to natural disasters 
because existing contingency funding is available for that 
purpose.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                   International Security Assistance


    NONPROLIFERATION, ANTI-TERRORISM, DEMINING AND RELATED PROGRAMS

    For an additional amount for ``Nonproliferation, Anti-
Terrorism, Demining and Related Programs,'' $28,000,000.
    This request would provide $25 million to support anti-
terrorism training and protection programs in Afghanistan and 
other anti-terrorism training and equipment needs. In addition, 
$3 million would fund demining activities, the clearance of 
unexploded ordinance, and related activities in Afghanistan.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                  Agency for International Development


                CHILD SURVIVAL AND HEALTH PROGRAMS FUND

    For an additional amount for ``Child Survival and Health 
Programs Fund,'' $40,000,000.
    This request would provide $40 million to reimburse the 
account for funds borrowed and provided to preposition people, 
supplies, and commodities to address humanitarian needs prior 
to the conflict with Iraq.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                  Agency for International Development


                   INTERNATIONAL DISASTER ASSISTANCE

    For an additional amount for ``International Disaster 
Assistance,'' $80,000,000: Provided, That amounts made 
available pursuant to section 492(b) of the Foreign Assistance 
Act of 1961 for the purpose of addressing relief and 
rehabilitation needs in Iraq, prior to enactment of this Act, 
shall be in addition to the amount that may be obligated in any 
fiscal year under that section.
    This request would provide $80 million to reimburse the 
account for funds used to preposition people, supplies, and 
commodities to address humanitarian needs prior to the conflict 
with Iraq. It also allows the United States Agency for 
International Development not to count any ``borrowing'' from 
other accounts used under International Disaster Assistance 
authorities.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                  Agency for International Development


   OPERATING EXPENSES OF THE UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL 
                              DEVELOPMENT

    For an additional amount for ``Operating Expenses of the 
United States Agency for International Development,'' 
$22,000,000, of which not more than $2,000,000 may be 
transferred to and merged with ``Operating Expenses of the 
United States Agency for International Development Office of 
Inspector General.''
    This request would provide additional funds for the United 
States Agency for International Development (USAID) to evacuate 
overseas personnel, and establish a new mission in Iraq and the 
related support for staff in Washington D.C. This would also 
allow a portion of the funds to be available for operating 
expenses for USAID's Office of Inspector General to audit the 
expenditure of funds used for relief and reconstruction in 
Iraq.
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                   INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS


                  Agency for International Development



                       LOAN GUARANTEES TO ISRAEL


    During the period beginning March 1, 2003 and ending 
September 30, 2005, loan guarantees may be made available to 
Israel, the principal amount, any part of which is to be 
guaranteed, not to exceed $9,000,000,000: Provided, That 
guarantees may be issued under this section only to support 
activities in the geographic areas which were subject to the 
administration of the Government of Israel before June 5, 1967: 
Provided further, That the amount of guarantees that may be 
issued shall be reduced by an amount equal to the amount 
extended or estimated to have been extended by the Government 
of Israel during the period from March 1, 2003 to the date of 
issue of the guarantee, for activities which the President 
determines are inconsistent with the objectives and 
understandings reached between the United States and the 
Government of Israel regarding the implementation of the loan 
guarantee program: Provided further, That no appropriations are 
available for the subsidy costs for these loan guarantees: 
Provided further, That the Government of Israel will incur all 
the costs, as defined in section 502 of the Federal Credit 
Reform Act of 1990, as amended, associated with the loan 
guarantees, including any non-payment exposure risk: Provided 
further, That all fees associated with the loan guarantees 
shall be paid by the Government of Israel to the Government of 
the United States: Provided further, That funds made available 
for assistance to Israel under chapter 4 of part II of the 
Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, may be utilized by 
the Government of Israel to pay such fees to the United States 
Government: Provided further, That the President shall 
determine the terms and conditions for issuing guarantees, 
taking into consideration the budgetary and economic reforms 
undertaken by Israel: Provided further, That if the President 
determines that these terms and conditions have been breached, 
the President may suspend or terminate the provision of all or 
part of the loan guarantees not yet issued under this section.
    This request authorizes the President to provide up to $9 
billion in loan guarantees to Israel through the end of fiscal 
year 2005. These loan guarantees will help Israel address 
economic costs associated with the conflict with Iraq and to 
implement critical budgetary and economic reforms.
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                           GENERAL PROVISIONS

    Sec. ____. Any appropriation made available in this Act for 
``International Assistance Programs,'' for ``Department of 
State,'' or under the heading, ``Iraq Relief and Reconstruction 
Fund'' under ``Executive Office of the President,'' may be 
transferred between such appropriations for use for any of the 
purposes for which the funds in the such receiving account may 
be used: Provided, That the total amount transferred shall not 
exceed $200,000,000.
    This would allow transfers among the accounts in the 
International Assistance Programs, the Department of State 
portions of this request, and the new Iraq Relief and 
Reconstruction Fund, with a cumulative cap of $200 million. 
This will allow the President to move funds between accounts to 
provide the most effective possible aid to the Iraqi people and 
support to our allies in the conflict in Iraq and the war on 
terrorism.
    Sec. ____. Assistance or other financing under this Act or 
under prior foreign operations, export financing, and related 
programs appropriations Acts may be provided to support relief 
and reconstruction in Iraq notwithstanding any other provision 
of law.
    This would extend the authority to provide relief and 
reconstruction assistance for Iraq ``notwithstanding any other 
provision of law'' that is provided in the FY 2003 Consolidated 
Appropriations Act. The authority in the Consolidated 
Appropriations Act expires once a supplemental appropriation 
for Iraq is enacted. This authority continues to be needed to 
ensure that relief and reconstruction assistance for Iraq may 
be provided swiftly and flexibly.
    Sec. ____. The Iraq Sanctions Act of 1990 is hereby 
repealed: Provided, That nothing in this section shall affect 
the applicability of the Iran-Iraq Arms Non-Proliferation Act 
of 1992 (Pub. L. 102-484): Provided further, That the President 
may make inapplicable with respect to Iraq section 620A of the 
Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, or other provision 
of law that applies to countries that have supported terrorism: 
Provided further, That section 307 of the Foreign Assistance 
Act of 1961, as amended, shall not apply with respect to 
programs of international organizations for Iraq: Provided 
further, That provisions of law that purport to direct the 
United State Government to vote against or oppose loans or 
other uses of funds, including for financial or technical 
assistance, in international financial institutions for Iraq 
should not be construed as applying to Iraq.
    This provision would repeal the Iraq Sanctions Act of 1990, 
which requires the President to continue an embargo on Iraq and 
impose certain mandatory sanctions against Iraq, including 
prohibitions on arms sales, certain exports, foreign assistance 
and Export-Import Bank Credits. It would also authorize the 
President to make inapplicable with respect to Iraq section 
620A, and section 620G, and section 307 of the Foreign 
Assistance Act.
    Sec. ____. Notwithstanding any other provision of law 
herafter, the President may authorize the export to Iraq of any 
item subject to the Export Administration Regulations, 15 CFR 
chapter VII, subchapter C, or controlled under the 
International Trafficking in Arms Regulations on the United 
States Munitions List established pursuant to section 38 of the 
Arms Export Control Act, 22 U.S.C. 2778, if the President 
determines that the export of such item is in the national 
interest of the United States.
    This would provide the President with the flexibility to 
authorize exports to Iraq upon determining that they are in the 
national interest of the United States, notwithstanding 
statutory restrictions, in addition to those in the Iraq 
Sanctions Act, and those under the Arms Export Control Act on 
exports to Iraq.
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                    BROADCASTING BOARD OF GOVERNORS


                    Broadcasting Board of Governors


                 INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING OPERATIONS

    For an additional amount for ``International Broadcasting 
Operations,'' for activities related to the Middle East 
Television Network broadcasting and radio broadcasting to Iraq, 
$30,500,000: Provided, That funds appropriated by this 
paragraph shall be available notwithstanding section 313 of the 
Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1994 and 
1995.
    This request would provide $30.5 million for the Middle 
East Television Network and radio broadcasting to Iraq. The 
funding would support start-up costs to initiate a Middle East 
Television Network which would broadcast news and information 
in Arabic via satellite directly to homes in the Middle East. 
This network would give people in the region, including Iraq, a 
means of hearing and understanding American policies and 
people. The FY 2004 President's Budget includes $30 million for 
the Broadcasting Board of Governors, which would now be used to 
fund any remaining start-up costs and the first year of 
operations. The funding also would support increased Arabic 
radio broadcasting through Voice of America's Radio Sawa and 
Radio Free Iraq.
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                DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES


                           General Provisions

    Sec. ________. Section 1113 of the Social Security Act, as 
amended (42 U.S.C. 1313), is further amended in subsection (d), 
by striking ``September 30, 1991'' and inserting ``September 
30, 2003''.
    This request would eliminate the $1.0 million cap in FY 
2003 on funds available for the Department of Health and Human 
Services to provide assistance to ill or destitute U.S. 
citizens who have returned from foreign countries due to war, 
threat of war, invasion, or similar crisis. Removing the cap 
will provide the appropriate flexibility needed to address such 
crises abroad as was done in 1991 during the Persian Gulf War 
when the cap was lifted and $1.8 million was utilized for such 
purposes.
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                    DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY


                        Departmental Management


                         COUNTERTERRORISM FUND

    For an additional amount for ``Counterterrorism Fund,'' for 
necessary expenses as determined by the Secretary of Homeland 
Security, $1,500,000,000, to remain available until December 
31, 2003, to reimburse the appropriation for any Department of 
Homeland Security organization for the costs of providing 
support to prevent, counter, investigate, respond to, or 
prosecute unexpected threats or acts of terrorism, including 
payment of rewards in connection with these activities, and 
activities in support of the Department of Defense: Provided, 
That the Secretary shall notify the Committees on 
Appropriations of the Senate and House of Representatives 15 
days prior to obligation of any amount of these funds.
    This request would provide funding for immediate or 
emerging terrorism-related prevention, preparedness, and 
response requirements throughout the Department of Homeland 
Security (DHS). Funding would be used to reimburse DHS 
operating divisions for expenditures related to increased 
border and maritime operating tempo, enhancements to the 
strategic national stockpile, protection of the military 
outload in support of the war on terrorism, rapid positioning 
and deployment of detection equipment including environmental 
detection against biological attack, response assets, and other 
activities.
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                    DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY


                   Border and Transportation Security


                    OFFICE FOR DOMESTIC PREPAREDNESS

    For an additional amount for the ``Office for Domestic 
Preparedness,'' as authorized by the Homeland Security Act of 
2002 (P.L. 107-296), the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001 (P.L. 107-56), 
and the National Defense Authorization Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-
201), for grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and other 
activities, including grants to States for terrorism prevention 
activities, $2,000,000,000, to remain available until December 
31, 2003: Provided, That the Secretary shall notify the 
Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of 
Representatives 15 days prior to obligation of any amount of 
these funds.
    This request would provide for assistance to state and 
local governments to support federally-coordinated prevention, 
preparedness, and security enhancements related to the war on 
terrorism, including the operational costs for protecting 
critical infrastructure and strengthening environmental 
detection against biological attack, as well as terrorism 
preparedness for first responders. Before releasing related 
funds, the Department of Homeland Security will ensure that 
appropriate security measures are in place for critical 
infrastructure sites.
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                   EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT



                  IRAQ RELIEF AND RECONSTRUCTION FUND


                     (including transfers of funds)


    For necessary expenses for humanitarian assistance in and 
around Iraq and for rehabilitation and reconstruction in Iraq, 
$2,443,300,000, including for the costs of: (1) feeding; (2) 
supporting relief efforts related to refugees, internally 
displaced persons, and vulnerable individuals; (3) humanitarian 
demining; (4) healthcare; (5) water/sanitation infrastructure; 
(6) education; (7) electricity; (8) transportation; (9) 
telecommunications; (10) rule of law and governance; (11) 
economic and financial policy; and (12) agriculture: Provided, 
That these funds may be transferred to and made available for 
any Federal Government activity for expenses to meet such 
costs: Provided further, That upon a determination that all or 
part of the funds transferred from this appropriation are not 
necessary for the purposes provided herein, such amounts may be 
transferred back to this appropriation: Provided further, That 
of the funds made available under this heading up to 
$200,000,000 may be used to reimburse accounts for funds 
expended to purchase food and commodities for use in Iraq; 
Provided further, That the United States may accept from any 
person, foreign government, or international organization, and 
credit to this Fund, any contribution of money for such 
purposes: Provided further, That funds provided under this 
heading may be used to reimburse accounts for obligations 
incurred for the purposes provided under this heading prior to 
enactment of this Act: Provided further, That funds 
appropriated by this appropriation shall be available 
notwithstanding any other provision of law, including section 
10 of P.L. 91-672 and section 15 of the State Department Basic 
Authorities Act of 1956.
    This request would provide $2.443 billion for Iraq:
           $543 million for humanitarian assistance 
        related to the situation in Iraq, to support relief 
        efforts related to refugees, internally displaced 
        persons, and vulnerable individuals, including 
        humanitarian demining;
           up to $200 million is available to reimburse 
        accounts drawn down to provide emergency food stocks 
        for the Iraqi people; and,
           $1.7 billion for reconstruction efforts in 
        the areas of health, water/sanitation, education, 
        electricity, transportation, telecommunications, rule 
        of law/governance, economic and financial policy, and 
        agriculture. Specific amounts for each sector are not 
        yet known and are dependent on the results of 
        assessments that will be conducted immediately 
        following the end of the conflict.
    The funds are requested to be provided to the President to 
ensure flexibility in addressing needs as they arise. In 
addition, funds are made available under the DoD heading for 
oil field repair, in contingency accounts, and reimbursement 
for pre-positioning supplies providing a total of $3.5 billion 
for activities in Iraq.
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                   EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT


                          Unanticipated Needs


                        EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND

    For necessary expenses to detect, prepare for, prevent, 
protect against, or respond to a potential terrorist attack, 
$250,000,000, to remain available until December 31, 2003: 
Provided, That these funds may be transferred to any authorized 
Federal Government activity for these purposes: Provided 
further, That the Director of the Office of Management and 
Budget shall notify the Committees on Appropriations of the 
Senate and House of Representatives 15 days prior to transfer 
of any amount of these funds.
    This request would provide funding for immediate or 
emerging terrorism-related prevention requirements throughout 
the federal government. Funds could be provided to any 
authorized federal activity in any federal agency. Assuming 
near-term enactment of the President's smallpox compensation 
proposal, these funds could provide benefits for first 
responders and front line health care workers who volunteer to 
be vaccinated against smallpox and who suffer serious adverse 
reactions from the vaccine.
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                           LEGISLATIVE BRANCH


                              Joint Items


               LEGISLATIVE BRANCH EMERGENCY RESPONSE FUND

    For necessary expenses to detect, prepare for, prevent, 
protect against, or respond to a potential terrorist attack, 
$125,000,000, to remain available until December 31, 2003.
    This request would provide funding for immediate or 
emerging terrorism-related prevention requirements throughout 
the Legislative Branch.